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Table Of Contents General Information Quick Facts.......................................................................1 General Information.........................................................1 2010 Outlook. ..............................................................2-3 Coaching Staff Jake Schumann. .................................................................4 Teresa Flores. ...................................................................5 Rachel Townsend. .............................................................6 The Players 2010 Softball Roster.......................................................7 Margo Hurdt...................................................................8 Addie Tallman....................................................................9 Melissa Casey..................................................................10 Landry Moore.................................................................11 Lauren Sanders. ..............................................................12 Morgan Seals..................................................................13 Elena Crabtree................................................................13 Alaina Byars....................................................................14 Alejia Cain.......................................................................15 Cassie Redman.................................................................16 Sandy Schumann. ............................................................17 Lauren Dodson...............................................................18 Alex Hutchinson. ...........................................................18 Caley Jeter. .....................................................................19 Hannah Schwarz.............................................................19 Kacie Smith......................................................................20 Brittany Tucker...............................................................20 Kyrie Panter....................................................................21 Meagan McKinney. .........................................................21 2009 Year in Review 2009 Statistics. ...............................................................22 TAMUCC Individual Records.........................................23 TAMUCC Team Records.................................................24 Single-Season Top-10 List......................................... 25-26 Career Top-10 List.................................................... 27-28 Year-by-Year Results................................................. 28-31 The Island University Corpus Christi.......................................................... 32-33 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi...................................... 34-35 Dugan Wellness Center............................................ 36-37 Facilities.................................................................... 38-39 Center for Athletic Academic Services..................................... 40 Athletic Training.............................................................41 University President Flavius Killebrew..................................... 42 Athletic Director Timothy Fitzpatrick....................................43 Athletic Administration..................................................44 Coaching Staff...............................................................45 The Southland Conference..................................... 46-47 Preseason Teams and Polls............................................48

Credits The 2010 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi softball media guide was written, edited and designed by assistant director of athletic media relations Josh Brown. Editorial assistance provided by Aaron Ames, intern Mike Vamosi and assistant athletic director Ed Posaski. Photography provided by Steve Nurenberg and TAMUCC media services. Printing was done by MultiAd.

Quick Facts Location............................................Corpus Christi,Texas Founded..................................................................... 1947 Enrollment............................................................... 9,650 Nickname.............................................................. Islanders School Colors. ............................. Blue, Green and White Field. ........................................................... Chapman Field Dimensions................................. (L) 200, (C) 220, (R) 200 Affiliation..................................................NCAA Divsion I Conference. ...................................................... Southland President........................................... Dr. Flavius Killebrew Director of Athletics. ................................ Tim Fitzpatrick Website............................................. www.goislanders.com Athletic Department Phone. ...................... 361-825-5541 Softball Office. ........................................ (361) 825-3253 Head Coach................................................Jake Schumann Assistant Coach ...........................................Teresa Flores Assistant Coach .....................................Rachel Townsend Team Managaer.............................................Ryan Dodson Team Trainer. ....................................................Elissa Jaime History First Year of Softball................................................. 2000 All-Time Record................................................242-263-1 Home Record.......................................................102-73-1 Road Record........................................................... 60-124 Neutral Record........................................................ 80-66 Team Information 2009 Record............................................................. 23-31 Southland Record.................................................... 12-16 Home Record............................................................ 13-13 Road Record............................................................... 9-14 Neutral Record............................................................ 1-4 Starters Returning/Lost............................................... 6/4 Letterman Returning/Lost. ........................................ 11/4 No. of Years in Postseason. ..............................................3 Athletic Media Relations Media Relations Director................................Aaron Ames Office Phone............................................... 361-825-3410 E-mail.......................................... aaron.ames@tamucc.edu Assistant Director...........................................Josh Brown Office Phone............................................... 361-825-3411 E-mail...................................... joshua.brown@tamucc.edu Intern.............................................................. Mike Vamosi Office Phone............................................... 361-825-3411 E-mail.....................................michael.vamosi@tamucc.edu Softball Support Staff Academic Services..........................................Bailey Wilson Development Officer...................................... Arthur Haas Operations Manager......................................... David Parr Ticket Manager............................................ Dan Karpanty

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Texas A&M-Corpus Christi The 2010 season for the Texas A&M-Corpus Christi softball team looks to be a big year as the Islanders bring in several junior college AllAmericans to go along with returning players that won a school-record 12 Southland Conference Games. Head coach Jake Schumann has improved his team in each of his two seasons at the school and looks to continue the process of building a championship contender not only in the Southland, but on the national scene as well. With a tough early-season schedule, the Islanders should be well tested when they start conference play. They begin the year at the Hawaii Paradise Classic against No. 10 Stanford, Hawaii and Southland-rival McNeese State. Following the early road trip, the Islanders return home for two straight weekends when they host the Islander Classic: Presented by Holiday Inn Emerald Beach and the Holiday Inn Emerald Beach Invitational. In the Islander Classic, TAMUCC plays host to Centenary, Boston College

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2010 OUTLOOK and Southern. The following week, they will bring Houston Baptist, North Dakota and UL Monroe in for the Holiday Inn Emerald Beach Invitational. In addition to the tournaments, the Islanders will play some very stiff outof-conference competition this season. They travel to play nationally-ranked Texas and Texas A&M during the season with other non-conference games coming against Prairie View A&M and Houston Baptist later in the season.

INFIELD

The entire infield will see new faces as the five spots will have five new starters. True freshman Meagan McKinney at first base, transfers Caley Jeter, Kacie Smith and Lauren Dodson at second, third and shortstop, respectively, and transfer Brittany Tucker behind the plate will add both offense and defense to the TAMUCC lineup. Starting with the backstop, Tucker was named both an All-American and the NJCAA Tournament Most Outstanding Player last season as she helped her Yavapai College team to their first-ever NJCAA National Championship. Tucker also garnered the honor of being one of just 10 recipients of the 2009 Diamond Sports Catcher of the Year award. She received the distinction for being the best catcher in the entire NJCAA. Tucker finished last season at Yavapai with a .401 average with 20 home runs to drive in 77 RBI. Kacie Smith, Tucker’s Yavapai teammate, will occupy the third base position during the upcoming season for TAMUCC. Smith was honored as the Outstanding Defensive Player of the NJCAA Tournament and was also a first team All-American for the Yavapai. At shortstop, Lauren Dodson will take over for departed senior and

Margo Hurdt four-year starter Stephanie Estrada. Dodson comes to the Island from Northeastern Oklahoma A&M where she played for her father, legendary college coach Eric Iverson. Last season she helped her team to a 53-6 record while batting over .300 for the season. Caley Jeter, another of the Islanders junior college All-Americans, will fill the gap at second base for A&M-Corpus Christi. Jeter helped Blinn College finish fourth nationally last year by contributing with a .498 average, .562 on-base percentage and .610 slugging percentage in addition to 27 stolen bases. At first base, true freshman Meagan McKinney will get the nod after being a four-time all-county selection at New Braunfels Canyon High School. McKinney hit .361 with a .436 on-base percentage and 42 RBI to lead her team to its first-ever state championship in softball. Sandy Schumann will move to a backup role this season, filling in at first and third base during the year. Schumann started 37 games last season


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and played in a total of 41 while hitting .163 for the Islanders while driving in eight runs and scoring 14. Alejia Cain will play both the infield and outfield this season, seeing time primarily at second base and right field. Cain started 25 games for TAMUCC while playing in a total of 39 on the year. She drove in four runs and stole three bases last season. Backing up behind the plate will be Landry Moore and Alaina Byars. Moore will be the primary backup, playing strictly catcher while Byars will see time at first base as well. Moore started 24 games and played in a total of 35 last year for the Islanders. She threw out 12 runners last season and hit .149 with one home run and seven RBI while drawing one walk. Byars had a strong season as a freshman last year, hitting .287 with a team-high six home runs and was second with 31 RBI. She also threw out eight runners from behind the plate while starting 52 games, tied for most on the team with designated player Margo Hurdt. Melissa Casey will be used as a backup on the infield and as a pinchrunner. Casey saw action in 24 games last season while starting four of them. She recorded one hit and drew three walks while stealing one base for the Islanders.

2010 OUTLOOK which she started. She has a team-high 10 stolen bases last season to go along with 12 RBI, 10 walks, three doubles and two triples. Hannah Schwarz will be the newcomer in the outfield after transferring from Blinn Junior College. Schwarz helped her team to a fourth place finish in the NJCAA Tournament while hitting .538 as a First Team AllAmerican. Kyrie Panter is a late addition to the Islander squad, transferring from Northeastern Oklahoma A&M just a few weeks before the start of the season. Panters’ team finished in the runner-up spot of their regional in 2009 while she made first team allregion.

PITCHERS

Senior Addie Tallman returns to the Islanders after a junior season that saw her win 20 games, just the second such Islander to accomplish the feat as Sarah Pauly did so four times. Tallman will be looked to as a big part of the Islanders success this season while transfer Elena Crabtree will see her first action as an Islander after sitting out last season. Tallman finished the season with a 20-6 record and a 2.28 ERA to go along with 24 complete games. The season highlight for Tallman was a 5-0 shutout Junior Lauren Sanders leads the victory over the University group of outfielders with the most of Texas as she became the experience among them as this is her first player to shutout the third season in the program. Sanders Longhorns last season. hit .286 last year with two doubles, Crabtree will also be two triples and 15 RBI while tying for a big part of the rotation second on the team with four stolen this upcoming season bases. She started 51-of-52 games she after missing last year. She played in with the third-most starts on originally transferred from the team. Blinn Junior College and was Cassie Redman is a sophomore a Third Team All-American that will bat leadoff and play left field with a 0.80 ERA during her for the Islanders. Redman has the last year there. highest returning batting average from Margo Hurdt and last season at .306 in 52 games, 48 of Morgan Seals will add depth

to the pitching staff while newcomer Alex Hutchinson sits out the season. Hurdt will be primarily the designated player this season but will also see time in the circle for the Islanders. As a pitcher, she was 0-2 with a 4.80 ERA last season in four starts and nine total appearances. As a hitter, Hurdt was one of the team leaders, recording a team-high 34 RBI and hitting four home runs, secondmost on the team. Hurdt is expected to display team leadership as she is one of just three seniors for TAMUCC this year. Seals is the final senior on the team and will add depth to the pitching staff. She appeared in eight games last season and recorded a 4.44 ERA with a 0-0 record. Hutchinson is a transfer from Palomar Junior College in San Marcos, Calif. and will sit out the season due to an injury. She posted a 0.81 ERA during her time there and helped lead her team to a Pacific Coast Conference Championship while being named Pitcher of the Year in the PCC.

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Jake Schumann

Head Coach - Third Season St. Xavier University (1997)

Jake Schumann enters his third season as head coach of the Islanders with the same goal as before, continue improving the program by bringing in some of the best talent in the nation. In Schumann’s second season at the helm, the Islanders improved on their first year performance by going 23-31 and setting a new school record for Southland Conference wins with a 12-16 record in league play. In addition to the improved performance on the field, Schumann continues to improve the talent base of the Islander program with some of the best junior college and high school players in the nation. Schumann had a record of 21-32 in his first season as the head coach. That record raised the Islander win total by nine games, from 12 in 2007 to 21 victories in 2008. Schumann is an accomplished coach ready to lead the Islander program to previously unattained levels and carries with him a solid background of building and maintaining a program. Schumann came to A&M-Corpus Christi from Texas A&MKingsville where he was the head coach for four seasons. In his final season, he guided the Javelinas to a 34-22 record and a trip to the NCAA Regional Tournament. He left TAMUK as the all-time winningest softball coach in school history with 120 victories. During his time at Kingsville, he guided the Javelinas to three 30-win seasons and improved the team batting average in each of the four seasons he was there. Schumann coached 19 All-Lone Star Conference players, as well as a Pitcher of the Year and the school’s first ever Player of the Year. He also coached the program’s first All-American. Prior to arriving in Kingsville, Schumann was the head coach at Carl Albert State College (Okla.) for two years. While at Carl Albert, Schumann turned the team around almost overnight. The year before Schumann arrived, the team posted a 19-35 record. With Schumann at the helm in 2002, Carl Albert went 31-23 and was the Region II runner-up. In 2003, the Vikings went 31-17 and finished third in the Regional Tournament. During his time at Carl Albert, the team posted batting averages of .301 in 2002 and .331 in 2003. His team produced five All-Region infielders for the 2003 season. As concerned about his studentathletes performance off the field as

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on, Schumann’s teams produced grade point averages of 3.39 in 2002 and 3.19 in 2003. He was also an Educational Guidance Specialist at Carl Albert. Schumann was responsible for academic and career counseling for ETS students, provided information on secondary and post secondary opportunities, developed and conducted college preparatory and leadership workshops and served as an advisor to new employees. Prior to his time at Carl Albert, Schumann was an assistant coach at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M in Miami, Okla. At Northeastern, Schumann assisted in all aspects of the program, including recruiting, budgeting, travel, on-field instruction, classroom monitoring and field maintenance. Northeastern Oklahoma posted a 101-16 record in his two seasons with the squad. In 2000, Northeastern finished third in the nation. In his four seasons as an assistant and head coach in Oklahoma, Schumann coached 19 all-regional players and six All-Americans. While he was at Northeastern, he also worked as an Alternative Education Instructor at Will Rogers Middle School. He developed and carried out lesson plans for an alternative education setting. Schumann also taught math, science, social studies and English. He served as assistant baseball coach at Hill-Murray High School in St. Paul, Minn. While at Hill-Murray, he was a student teacher for Harding High School and Murray Magnet Junior High School. Schumann is a native of Maplewood, Minn. He played baseball two years at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M before transferring to Ball State University. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice from St. Xavier University in Chicago, Ill. He also has a Secondary Social Studies Certification from Concordia University in St. Paul, Minn. Schumann has served as an athletic coordinator for the National Youth Sports Program sponsored by the NCAA. Schumann received his master’s degree in guidance and counseling from Texas A&M University-Kingsville in May 2006 and is married to the former Julie Campbell. The couple has two daughters, seven-year old Jenna and two-year old Isla Jade.

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Teresa Flores

Assistant Coach - Second Season Texas Woman’s University (2004)

Islander softball assistant coach Teresa Flores is in her second season with the program. After spending the first year as the second assistant on the team, she was elevated to the top assistant position. Flores was hired after an AllAmerican career at Texas Woman’s University and having worked with the softball program at the University of Texas while earning her masters degree. Flores, who prepped in Corpus Christi at Miller High School, played collegiately at TWU and will work with the infielders and hitters. She will also assist with recruiting. A standout shortstop,Flores was the Lonestar Conference Player of the Year in 2004 and was named All-South Central Region. Flores was named Academic All-District VI First Team two years in a row and holds or shares 30 TWU team records and four Lone Star Conference records. She was awarded the TWU President’s Award in 2004 for excellence in the classroom and on the playing field and was named to the Louisville Slugger/NFCA All-America Team as a third team selection. After graduating from TWU with a bachelor’s degree in kinesiology and a double minor in adaptive physical education and special education, Flores earned her masters degree in special education from the University of Texas where she served as the video specialist and manager with the Longhorn softball program during the 2007-08 year. During her time with the Longhorns, Flores assisted with the teams hitting drills and worked with the outfielders during defensive drills. Flores was also a student volunteer coach at TWU in 2004-05, giving instruction to hitters while helping make adjustments during games and assisting with infielders. At the University of Incarnate Word, Flores was a volunteer coach during the 2007 season. She coordinated batting practice and assisted with infield practice while also individually instructing players to develop hitting skills. While at Miller High School, Flores received the Distinguished Scholar Award for Athletics from the Corpus Christi Caller Times and was named All-South Texas and AllState. She also participated in the U.S. Scholar Athlete Games in Rhode Island. Her travel ball career includes international play in Europe and Canada and playing against teams from the National Pro Fast pitch League. She was a member of the Texas Elite travel team that toured Holland, Germany and the Czech Republic in 2002. Flores was on the California Schutt Hurricanes Women’s Major team, traveling to the Canada Cup where her teammate was Olympian Andrea Duran in 2003. In 2005 she played for the California Sunbirds, one of the nation’s top amateur teams that plays against teams from the NPF. In 2007, she played on Corona (Calif.) Storm USA, a women’s major team that won the American Softball Association Class A national championship. Flores was named ASA Class A All-American while playing for Storm USA.

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Rachel Townsend

Assistant Coach - Second Season Texas Woman’s University (2005) Rachel Townsend is in her second year as a member of the Islander softball staff. Townsend will work with the Islander outfielders and is in charge of field maintenance. Townsend played at Texas Woman’s University for legendary softball coach Diane Baker and was a teammate of the other Islander assistant, Teresa Flores, in her time at the school. She was an NFCA All-American Scholar Athlete for the 2004-05 year and an honorable mention all-conference selection at third base as a senior. While at TWU,Townsend received her bachelor’s degree in kinesiology with a minor in English. She received multiple academic and private scholarships in her time at TWU and was named to the National Honor Roll and National Dean’s List for the 2004 year as well as being a member of the Student Athlete Advisory Committee from 2003-05 while at TWU. Prior to TAMUCC, Townsend had served as the head softball coach at Desert Pines High School in Las Vegas, Nev. Townsend also served as a representative in the women’s coaching clinic at the Olympic Training Center in October of 2006 as well as being a counselor at the TWU softball camp during the summer following her senior season.

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Back Row, left to right: Melissa Casey, Xinia Zepeda, Landry Moore, Margo Hurdt, Alaina Byars, Zaida Hager, Brittany Tucker, Alex Hutchinson, Lauren Dodson, Kacie Smith Middle Row, left to right: Hannah Schwarz, Sandy Schumann, Caley Jeter, Addie Tallman, Lauren Sanders, Cassie Redman, Alejia Cain Front Row, left to right: Meagan McKinney, Elena Crabtree, Morgan Seals

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2010 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Roster Pos. Ht. Cl. Exp. B/T Hometown/Previous

Name Lauren Sanders Elena Crabtree Cassie Redman Caley Jeter Sandy Schumann Alejia Cain Landry Moore Margo Hurdt Lauren Dodson Alaina Byars Brittany Tucker Kyrie Panter Addie Tallman Hannah Schwarz Melissa Casey Meagan McKinney Kacie Smith Morgan Seals Alex Hutchinson

OF P OF IF IF UT C DP IF C C OF P OF IF IF IF P P

5-3 5-7 5-7 5-4 5-5 5-5 5-5 5-6 5-8 5-5 5-7 5-5 5-7 5-4 5-3 5-8 5-6 5-6 5-8

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

2L TR 1L TR 1L 1L 1L 3L TR 1L TR TR 1L TR 2L HS TR 1L TR

L/L R/R L/R L/R R/R L/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R L/L L/L R/R R/R R/R L/L R/R

Angleton, Texas (Angleton HS) Montgomery, Texas (Blinn JC) New Lenox, Illinois (Lincoln-Way Central HS) Huntsville, Texas (Blinn JC) Corpus Christi, Texas (Mary Carroll HS) Buda, Texas (Jack C. Hays HS) Kingwood, Texas (Tennessee Tech) Boerne, Texas (O’Connor HS) Grove, Oklahoma (Arkansas) Deer Park, Texas (Deer Park HS) Tucson, Arizona (Yavapai College) Miami, Oklahoma (Northeastern Okla. A&M) Wichita, Kansas (South Florida CC) Kerrville, Texas (Blinn JC) Floresville, Texas (Floresville HS) New Braunfels, Texas (NB Canyon) Waddell, Arizona (Yavapai College) Willis, Texas (Texas A&M-Kingsville) Poway, California (Palomar College)

Head Coach: Jake Schumann Assistant Coaches: Teresa Flores and Rachel Townsend Team Manager: Ryan Dodson Team Trainer: Elissa Jaime

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Margo Hurdt

Designated Player/Pitcher Sr. - 3L Boerne,Texas (O’Conner HS) As a Junior: Appeared in 53 games, starting 48 at designated player and four at pitcher…hit .216 for the year with four home runs and 34 RBI while going 0-2 with a 4.80 ERA inside the circle…drove in a season-high four RBI against McNeese State on April 4…recorded eight multi-hit games and nine multi-RBI games…appeared in nine games as a pitcher, going 23.1 total innings and giving up 31 hits, 16 earned runs, 17 walks and 12 strikeouts. As a Sophomore: Started all 53 team games...was a starting pitcher in 19 games while appearing in 21 games in the circle and appeared in 37 games as the designated player...hit .294 for the Islanders...recorded eight multi-hit games...recorded a 4.50 ERA in 104.1 innings pitched...struck out 29 batters on the year. As a Freshman: Appeared in 44 of the team’s 50 games either as the designated player or as a pitcher...at the plate, she led the team with nine home runs which is tied for second on the school’s single-season all-time list...hit .230 in her first collegiate season with a team-best 24 runs batted in...had six multi-hit games...as a pitcher, she appeared in 28 games, going 2-10 with a 5.71 earned run average... struck out 43 batters in 101.2 innings pitched. High School: Played four years for head coach Anne Lewis at O’Conner High School where she led her team to a combined record of 104-23 and a district championship...named to the all-district first-team three-straight seasons as well as the Super Team as a junior and senior...holds the school record for most home runs. Personal: Margo Hurdt was born June 28, 1988 in Lubbock,Texas...is the daughter of Mary Sue and John Hurdt of Boerne, Texas...marketing major. Islander Insight: Favorite Food: Pizza/Mexican Favorite TV Show: Lost What’s On Your iPod: Everything from Mariah Carey to Motion City Soundtrack

Career Game Highs At Bats.................................... 5 (4x) last vs. Southeastern La. (4-19-08) Runs......................................... 3 (2x) last vs. Prairie View A&M (4-8-08) Hits.......................................................... 5 vs. Prairie View A&M (4-8-08) Doubles................................................... 2 vs. Prairie View A&M (4-8-08) Triples...........................................1 (4x) last vs. Detroit Mercy (2-25-09) Home Runs...........................................2 vs. Prairie View A&M (4-24-07) RBI................................................ 4 (4x) last vs. McNeese State (4-4-09) Stolen Bases...............................................2 vs. Houston Baptist (4-22-09) Stolen Base Att..................................................2 vs. Houston Baptist (4-22-09) Putouts............................................................ 3 vs. Loyola-Chicago (2-20-09) Assists........................................................ 5 (2x) last vs. UTSA (2-25-09)

Hurdt’s Career Hitting Stats Year 2007 2008 2009 TOT

GP-GS 44-42 53-53 53-52 152-149

AB 113 163 148 428

R 19 27 15 61

H 26 48 32 108

AVG. .230 .294 .216 .252

2B 2 9 4 15

3B 0 2 2 4

HR 9 6 4 19

RBI 24 28 34 87

SLUG% .487 .485 .351 .439

SB-SBA 1-1 1-3 4-5 6-9

PO 3 8 11 22

A 35 38 28 101

E 2 1 1 4

FLD% .950 .979 .975 .969

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APP 28 24 9 62

GS 14 19 4 37

W 2 9 0 11

L 10 9 2 21

CG 5 9 1 15

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ERA 5.71 4.50 4.80 5.11

IP 101.2 104.1 23.1 230.1

R 103 87 19 211

ER 83 67 16 168

BB 38 50 17 107

SO 43 29 12 84

2B 20 33 5 58

3B 3 4 0 7

HR 22 13 4 39

WP 15 18 2 37

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Addie Tallman

Pitcher Sr. - 1L Wichita, Kan. (South Florida CC) As a Junior: Appeared in 39 games, starting 31 and finishing with a 20-16 record… became just the second Islander to win 20 games in a season and had the fifth-most wins in a season behind Sarah Pauly’s four years of 20-plus wins... had a career-high seven strikeouts against Northwestern in the first game on Mar. 15 before throwing a no-hitter in the second game against the Demons to win a 7-0 game. Prior to TAMUCC: Played at South Florida Community College in Avon Park, Fla. for Head Coach Carlos Falla...was a two-year starter for the Panthers with a 1.15 ERA...named to the 2007 All-Conference team as a pitcher in the Sun Coast Conference while helping lead her team to a 35-20 finish. High School: Played at Bishop Carroll High School for head coach Jennifer Unrein...named 2nd team all-city as a freshman, sophomore and junior...named 1st team all-city as a senior...member of 1st team all-metro team as a senior...lettered in basketball as a freshman and in volleyball as a sophomore before concentrating on softball her final two years. Personal: Addie Tallman was born on Sept. 30, 1987 in Wichita, Kansas...she is the daughter of Mark and Joanne Tallman...marketing major. Islander Insight: Favorite Food: Manicotti Favorite TV Show:Two and a Half Men What’s On Your iPod: All sorts of stuff

Career Game Highs Innings Pitched.............8.2 vs. Central Arkansas (5-1-09) Hits............................ 0 vs Northwestern State (3-15-09) Runs................. 0 (9x) last vs. Southeastern La. (4-25-09) Earned Runs.......0 (18x) last vs. Central Arkansas (5-1-09) Walks...............0 (12x) last vs. Central Arkansas (5-1-09) Strikeouts.................. 7 vs Northwestern State (3-15-09) Batters Faced.................36 vs. Central Arkansas (5-1-09) Wild Pitches.....0 (30x) last vs. Central Arkansas (5-1-09) Hit-By-Pitch..... 0 (36x) last vs. Central Arkansas (5-1-09) Balks................. 0 (39x) last vs. Central Arkansas (5-1-09) Pitches.......................111 vs. Stephen F. Austin (3-22-09)

Tallman’s Career Pitching Stats Year 2009 TOT

APP 46 46

GS 35 35

W 20 20

L 16 16

CG 24 24

ERA 2.28 2.28

IP 236.2 236.2

R ER 114 77 114 77

BB 86 86

SO 70 70

2B 24 24

3B 9 9

HR 8 8

WP 27 27

HBP 5 5

SV 0 0

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Melissa Casey

Infield Jr. - 2L Floresville,Texas (Floresville HS) As a Sophomore: Appeared in 24 games, starting four, three at third base and one at second base…recorded one hit and three walks in 16 at-bats…used primarily off the bench throughout the season, scoring nine runs in 14 pinch-running appearances…had 12 putouts and 20 assists while playing in the field. As a Freshman: Appeared in 29 games overall while starting 20 of them...appeared in 21 games at second base...scored three runs during the year and recorded one RBI on the season...had one walk and one hit-by-pitch...contributed two sacrifice hits... was a backup player who worked her way into the lineup late in the season...used primarily for her defense later in games...got a hit in a game against Army on Feb. 15. High School: Played at Floresville High School for head coach Aimme Silva where she earned two varsity letters...helped lead her team to a 54-15 record in two seasons...hit .318 as a senior and was the defensive MVP as a junior and a senior... helped lead her team to back-to-back district titles, including an undefeated district record as a senior...also garnered two letters in volleyball, where she was named the defensive MVP as a sophomore and junior. Personal: Melissa Casey was born Feb. 9, 1989 in Livingston,Texas...is the daughter of Elena and Charles Casey of Floresville, Texas...art major. Islander Insight: Favorite Food: Sushi Favorite TV Show: The Game, American’s Next Top Model What’s On Your iPod: Drake, Keri Hilson, Beyonce

Career Game Highs At Bats............................................... 4 vs. Army (2-15-08) Runs............................2 vs. Sam Houston State (3-21-08) Hits....................... 1 (2x) last vs. McNeese State (4-4-09) Doubles.............................................................................. 0 Triples................................................................................. 0 Home Runs........................................................................ 0 RBI...................................................... 1 vs. Army (2-15-08) Stolen Bases........................1 vs. Louisiana Tech (3-17-09) Stolen Base Att....... 1 (2x) last vs. Central Arkansas (5-1-09 Putouts........................7 vs. Northwestern State (3-9-08) Assists.............................. 7 vs. Houston Baptist (4-22-09)

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GP-GS 29-20 24-4 53-24

AB 28 16 44

R 3 9 12

H 1 1 2

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2B 0 0 0

3B 0 0 0

HR 0 0 0

RBI 1 0 1

SLUG% .036 .062 .045

SB-SBA 0-0 1-2 1-2

PO 63 12 75

A 28 20 48

E 4 3 7

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#7

Landry Moore Catcher Jr. - 1L

Houston,Texas (Kingwood HS/Tenn.Tech) As a Sophomore: Played in 35 games with 24 starts during the season, 19 at catcher, four at third base and one at designated player…had a season-high two hits against Detroit Mercy while totaling 11 hits on the season to go along with seven RBIs…she drew four walks, hit one double, one home run and recorded five sacrifice hits…drove in two runs against Loyola-Chicago, a season-high…scored four runs on the year. Prior to TAMUCC: Played at Tennessee Tech under head coach Tory Acheson... lettered in her one season playing for the Golden Eagles...member of second-place team in the Ohio Valley Conference...maintained a 4.0 grade-point average while attending Tennessee Tech...named to all-academic team. High School: Played at Kingwood High School for coach Susan Willis...member of district championship team during her senior year...named Team MVP and won the team’s coaches award during her senior season...named to 1st Team all-district team as a senior. Personal: Landry Christine Moore was born on July 5, 1989 in Houston, Texas... she is the daughter of David and Donna Moore...kinesiology major. Islander Insight: Favorite Food: Fries Favorite TV Show:The Hills What’s On Your iPod: Country

Career Game Highs At Bats...................4 (2x) last vs. UT Arlington (4-19-09) Runs........................1 (4x) last vs. UT Arlington (4-19-09) Hits...................................... 2 vs. Detroit Mercy (2-15-09) Doubles.............................................1 vs. UTSA (2-24-09) Triples................................................................................. 0 Home Runs...........................1 vs. UT Arlington (4-19-09) RBI..................................... 2 vs. Loyola-Chicago (2-20-09) Stolen Bases....................................................................... 0 Stolen Base Att.................................................................. 0 Putouts..............................................8 vs. UTSA (2-24-09) Assists.................................... 3 (2x) last vs.Texas (3-5-09)

Moore’s Career Stats Year 2009 TOT

GP-GS 35-24 35-24

AB 74 74

R 4 4

H 11 11

AVG. .149 .149

2B 1 1

3B 0 0

HR 1 1

RBI 7 7

SLUG% .203 .203

SB-SBA 0-0 0-0

PO 61 61

A 21 21

E 4 4

FLD% .953 .953

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Texas A&M-Corpus Christi

#1

Lauren Sanders

Outfield Jr. - 2L Angleton,Texas (Angleton HS) As a Sophomore: Played in 52 games, starting all but one contest…played the outfield, primarily at centerfield, in all 52 games…hit for a .286 average with two doubles, two triples and 15 RBIs…drew six walks on the season and was 4-for-9 in stolen base attempts…laid down six sacrifice bunts throughout the year…recorded 12 multi-hit games during the year with a high of three hits against Nicholls, UT Arlington and Southeastern La….recorded two-RBI games against Houston Baptist and Louisiana Tech. As a Freshman: Played in 51 game while starting 50 of them...had a .329 batting average on the season, second highest on the team...had a team-high 12 stolen bases during the season...drove in 21 RBI, fifth-best on the team...hit two triples on the year...tallied 16 multi-hit games and five multi-RBI games...drew nine walks throughout the season...successfully completed two sacrifice bunts on the season... had a season-high three hits against Army, Texas A&M-Kingsville and Southeastern La. ...recorded three RBIs in games against Army, DePaul and Southeastern La. High School: Garnered four letters at Angleton High School...As a senior, hit .523 with 20 runs scored, nine runs batted in and 10 stolen bases...was the District 23-4A Offensive MVP...as a junior, hit .491 with an on-base percentage of .572 with 29 runs scored, 13 runs batted in and 12 stolen bases...was second-team all-district and second-team all-county as a junior...as a sophomore, was named second-team all-district after hitting .341 with16 runs scored and five stolen bases...was a four-time state finalist in powerlifting, including a second-place finish as a junior and senior... was named to the academic all-district team three-straight seasons. Personal: Lauren Sanders was born Nov. 5, 1988 in Houston, Texas...is the daughter of Martin Sanders and Shaun and Brian Hoskins of Angleton, Texas.... exercise science major. Islander Insight: Favorite Food: Chicken fried steak Favorite TV Show: CSI What’s On Your iPod: A mix of everything

Career Game Highs At Bats.................. 5 (8x) last vs. UT Arlington (4-18-09) Runs.................3 (2x) last vs. Stephen F. Austin (3-21-09) Hits.................. 3 (7x) last vs. Southeastern La. (4-26-09) Doubles............ 1 (2x) last vs. Houston Baptist (2-10-09) Triples..............1 (4x) last vs. Stephen F. Austin (3-22-09) Home Runs........................................................................ 0 RBI................... 3 (3x) last vs. Southeastern La. (4-19-08) Stolen Bases....1 (16x) last vs. Stephen F. Austin (3-21-09) Stolen Base Att............................. 2 vs. Nicholls (2-28-09) Putouts............................ 5 vs. Prairie View A&M (3-5-08) Assists............... 1 (2x) last vs. Jacksonville State (2-6-09)

Sanders’s Career Stats Year 2008 2009 TOT

12

GP-GS 51-50 52-51 103-101

AB 173 175 348

R 33 27 60

H 57 50 107

AVG. .329 .286 .307

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2B 0 2 2

3B 2 2 4

HR 0 0 0

RBI 21 15 36

SLUG% .353 .320 .336

SB-SBA 12-16 4-9 16-25

PO 56 65 121

A 1 1 2

E 2 2 4

FLD% .966 .971 .969


Texas A&M-Corpus Christi

#24

Morgan Seals

Pitcher Sr. - 1L Willis,Texas (Texas A&M-Kingsville) As a Junior: Appeared in eight games for the Islanders while pitching a combined 17.1 innings…gave up 11 runs, all of them earned, while allowing 22 hits as she went 0-1 on the season…recorded a 4.44 ERA…walked 10 batters while striking out nine on the year. Prior to TAMUCC: Played at Texas A&M-Kingsville for current Islander coach Jake Schumann her freshman year and for Blake Miller her sophomore year...started for the Javelinas as a freshman in 2007...member of 2007 NCAA regional tournament team...part of a pitching staff that was ranked 4th in the nation in team ERA. High School: Played at Willis High School for head coach Amanda Bussell...member of 1st team all-district following her senior year for the Wildkats. Personal: Morgan Seals was born Jan.4, 1988 in Houston,Texas...daughter of Bobby and Sherri Seals...special education major. Islander Insight: Favorite Food: Pasta Favorite TV Show: Law & Order: SVU,That 70’s Show What’s On Your iPod: Everything but country

Career Game Highs Innings Pitched............... 3.0 (2x) last vs.UTSA (2-24-09) Hits............................... 0 (2x) last vs Texas State (3-8-09. Runs............................. 0 (3x) last vs.Texas State (3-8-09) Earned Runs................ 0 (3x) last vs.Texas State (3-8-09) Walks..................... 0 (3x) last vs. UT Arlington (4-19-09) Strikeouts.............. 3 (2x) last vs. UT Arlington (4-19-09) Batters Faced................................. 15 vs. UTSA (2-24-09) Wild Pitches......... 0 (4x) last vs. UT Arlington (4-19-09) Hit-By-Pitch.......... 0 (6x) last vs. UT Arlington (4-19-09) Balks...................... 0 (8x) last vs. UT Arlington (4-19-09) Pitches............................................ 52 vs. UTSA (2-24-09)

Seals’ Career Pitching Stats Year 2009 TOT

APP 8 8

GS 0 0

W 0 0

L 1 1

CG 0 0

ERA 4.44 4.44

IP 17.1 17.1

#2

R 11 11

ER 11 11

BB 10 10

SO 9 9

2B 1 1

3B 0 0

HR 1 1

WP 9 9

HBP 2 2

SV 0 0

Elena Crabtree

Pitcher Jr. - TR Montgomery,Texas (Montgomery HS/Blinn JC) Prior to TAMUCC: Played at Blinn Junior College...medically redshirted her freshman year due to injury... during her second year at Blinn, she produced a 0.80 ERA over the span of 26 games pitched...named a 3rd Team All-American and 1st Team All-Conference Pitcher. High School: Played at Montgomery High School for coach Michelle Rochenski...named District MVP three years in a row...all-county MVP following her junior year...newcomer of the year as a freshman and pitcher of the year as a sophomore...made 1st team all-district all four years...member of a state semifinalist team during her junior season...pitched five playoff shutouts in her career...four-year letterman on both the volleyball and power lifting teams. Personal: Elena Victoria Crabtree was born July 15, 1988 in Humble, Texas...she is the daughter of Charlie and Patricia Crabtree of Montgomery, Texas...criminal justice major. Islander Insight: Favorite Food: Seafood Favorite TV Show: Project Runway What’s On Your iPod: Oldies and goodies

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#10

Alaina Byars

Catcher So. - 1L Deer Park,Texas (Deer Park HS) As a Freshman: Appeared in 52 games, starting everyone either at catcher, first base or designated player…led the Islanders in the power department by hitting six home runs…second on the team with 31 RBIs while hitting for a .287 average… scored 17 runs with eight doubles and drew nine walks…recorded 176 putouts and 19 assists with just four errors…named Third Team All-Southland following the season. High School: Played at Deer Park High School for head coach Mary Siebert... named 2005 Freshman Female Athlete of the Year at Deer Park...member of 2005 district championship team...helped Deer Park win their first playoff game against Baytown Sterling during her sophomore year...member of 2006 and 2007 bi-district championship teams...four-year letterman on the girl’s basketball team...named to 2006 2nd team all-district team in basketball...National Honor Society member. Personal: Alaina Nicole Byars was born June 11, 1990 in Nederland,Texas...is the daughter of Alan and Nancy Byars...business marketing major. Islander Insight: Favorite Food: Italian Favorite TV Show: One Tree Hill What’s on your iPod: Mainly Country and Texas Country but I also have a little bit of rap

Career Game Highs At Bats............ 4 (10x) last vs. Southeastern La. (4-25-09) Runs....................... 2 (2x) last vs. UT Arlington (4-18-09) Hits........................ 3 (2x) last vs. UT Arlington (4-18-09) Doubles................. 1 (8x) last vs. UT Arlington (4-18-09) Triples................................................................................. 0 Home Runs..............2 vs. Northwestern State (3-15-09) RBI............................4 vs. Northwestern State (3-15-09) Stolen Bases....................................................................... 0 Stolen Base Att.................................................................. 0 Putouts.........................15 vs. Stephen F. Austin (3-21-09) Assists.................................. 3 vs. North Carolina (2-8-09)

Byars’ Career Stats Year 2009 TOT

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GP-GS 52-52 52-52

AB 150 150

R 17 17

H 43 43

AVG. .287 .287

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2B 8 8

3B 0 0

HR 6 6

RBI 31 31

SLUG% .460 .460

SB-SBA 0-0 0-0

PO 176 176

A 19 19

E 4 4

FLD% .980 .980


Texas A&M-Corpus Christi

#6

Alejia Cain

Utility So. - 1L Buda,Texas (Jack C. Hays HS) As a Freshman: Played in 39 games for the Islanders while starting 25, all of them at second base…hit for a .205 average during the year in 73 at-bats and drove in four runs…scored seven runs and drew four walks in addition to stealing three bases and having three sacrifice hits…recorded 56 putouts and 61 assists with four errors. High School: Played at Jack C. Hays High School for coach Joanna Farr...named 1st team all-district in 2007...batted .426 and had a perfect fielding percentage, committing no errors, during the 2007 season...led the Rebels to back-to-back third place finishes and playoff appearances in her junior and senior years...academic alldistrict in 2007 and 2008...also made 1st team all-district in basketball. Personal: Alejia Monae Cain was born Sept. 20, 1989 in Aurora, Ill....parents are Nesby and Shari Cain...majoring in English. Islander insight: Favorite Food: Mexican Favorite TV Show: Keeping Up With The Kardashians What’s on your iPod: Beyonce’

Career Game Highs At Bats................................4 vs. Louisiana Tech (3-17-09) Runs..................................... 2 vs. Detroit Mercy (3-15-09) Hits.......................2 (3x) last vs. Louisiana Tech (3-17-09) Doubles.............................................................................. 0 Triples................................................................................. 0 Home Runs........................................................................ 0 RBI........................1 (4x) last vs. Louisiana Tech (3-17-09) Stolen Bases......... 1 (3x) last vs. McNeese State (4-4-09) Stolen Base Att........ 1 (6x) last vs. McNeese State (4-4-09) Putouts....................................... 7 vs. Creighton (2-14-09) Assists........................................ 9 vs. Pittsburgh (2-21-09)

Cain’s Career Stats Year 2009 TOT

GP-GS 39-25 39-25

AB 73 73

R 7 7

H 15 15

AVG. .205 .205

2B 0 0

3B 0 0

HR 0 0

RBI 4 4

SLUG% .205 .205

SB-SBA 3-6 3-6

PO 56 56

A 61 61

E 4 4

FLD% .967 .967

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Texas A&M-Corpus Christi

#3

Cassie Redman

Outfield So. - 1L New Lenox, Ill. (Lincoln-Way HS) As a Freshman: Started 47 of the 49 games she appeared in…played mostly infield with some games in the outfield…batted .306 on the season in 134 at-bats with three doubles, two triples and 12 RBI…collected 41 hits and scored 24 runs while stealing 10 bases and drawing 10 walks…recorded one hit-by-pitch and six sacrifice hits…had 90 putouts and 66 assists on the year. High School: Played at Lincoln-Way High School for coach Dick Mandella...led her team to a 29-4 record in her junior season, winning the regional championship...hit for a .433 average with 21 RBI and 23 runs scored...stole 11 bases while also hitting two home runs, six doubles and three triples...named all-conference and all-area first teams in 2007...named to 3rd-team all-state team. Personal: Catherine Redman was born Dec. 29, 1989 in New Lenox, Ill. ...parents are Michael and Maureen Redman...nursing and health sciences major. Islander insight: Favorite Food: Beef sandwiches, pizza and ice cream Favorite TV Show: Grey’s Anatomy What’s on your iPod: A variety of music but my favorite would be Country/Taylor Swift

Career Game Highs At Bats..............4 (9x) last vs. Central Arkansas (5-1-09) Runs....................... 2 (3x) last vs. UT Arlington (4-19-09) Hits...................... 3 (2x) last vs. Louisiana Tech (3-17-09) Doubles................. 1 (3x) last vs. UT Arlington (4-19-09) Triples.................. 1 (2x) last vs. Louisiana Tech (3-17-09) Home Runs........................................................................ 0 RBI........................................ 3 vs, Indiana State (2-14-09) Stolen Bases..............2 vs. Northwestern State (3-15-09) Stolen Base Att.........2 vs. Northwestern State (3-15-09) Putouts................................. 6 vs. UT Arlington (4-19-09) Assists.............. 4 (4x) last vs. Southeastern La. (4-26-09)

Redman’s Career Stats Year 2009 TOT

16

GP-GS 49-47 49-47

AB 134 134

R 24 24

H 41 41

AVG. .306 .306

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2B 3 3

3B 2 2

HR 0 0

RBI 12 12

SLUG% .358 .358

SB-SBA 10-13 10-13

PO 90 90

A 66 66

E 8 8

FLD% .951 .951


Texas A&M-Corpus Christi

#5

Sandy Schumann

Infield So. - 1L Corpus Christi,Texas (Mary Carroll HS) As a Freshman: Started 37 games during the season while appearing in a total of 41 on the year…hit four doubles and drew nine walks…drove in eight RBI while scoring 14 runs on 14 hits…had seven sacrifice hits and one hit-by-pitch…recorded 38 putouts and 104 assists while playing the majority of games at third base. High School: Played at Mary Carroll High School for coach Marina Gallegos... named 1st team all-district shortstop her freshman and sophomore years...named 1st team all-metro and 2nd team all-South Texas shortstop as a sophomore...named 2nd team all-district shortstop her junior year...helped lead her team to the playoffs all four years of school. Personal: Sandy Lee Schumann was born Sept. 5, 1989 in Corpus Christi,Texas... parents are Robert and Janhe Schumann...majoring in kinesiology. Islander insight: Favorite Food: Italian and American Favorite TV Show: Chuck What’s on your iPod: A lot of country and some hip-hop/rap

Career Game Highs At Bats...................4 (2x) last vs. UT Arlington (4-19-09) Runs................................. 2 vs. Houston Baptist (2-10-09) Hits............................2 vs. Northwestern State (3-15-09) Doubles..................1 (4x) last vs. UT Arlington (4-19-09) Triples................................................................................. 0 Home Runs........................................................................ 0 RBI................................... 3 vs. Houston Baptist (2-10-09) Stolen Bases.................... 1 vs. Houston Baptist (2-10-09) Stolen Base Att..........1 (3x) last vs. UT Arlington (4-19-09) Putouts..............................................9 vs. UTSA (2-25-09) Assists................ 6 (5x) last vs. Central Arkansas (5-1-09)

Schumann’s Career Stats Year 2009 TOT

GP-GS 41-37 41-37

AB 86 86

R 14 14

H 14 14

AVG. .163 .163

2B 4 4

3B 0 0

HR 0 0

RBI 8 8

SLUG% .209 .209

SB-SBA 1-3 1-3

PO 38 38

A E FLD% 104 12 .922 104 12 .922

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Texas A&M-Corpus Christi

#9

Lauren Dodson Infield Jr. - TR

Grove, Okla. (Northeastern Okla. A&M) Prior To TAMUCC: Began her career at Arkansas before transferring to Northeastern Oklahoma A&M where she played for head coach Eric Iverson for one season…helped her team to a 53-6 record and a regional runner-up finish during her year playing for the Norsmen…hit over .300 during the season. High School: Played for coach Rodney Bowen at Grove High School in Grove, Okla….batted over .300 her senior season while helping the Ridgerunners to a state runner-up finish…her team won a district championship all four years while winning conference and regional championships her final three season…the Ridgerunners were state semi-finalists her sophomore year, state participants her junior year and state runnerup her senior campaign…holds the school record for most doubles, RBIs and home runs in a single season. Personal: Born Lauren Iverson on May 16, 1989 in Tulsa, Okla….parents are Keni and Eric Iverson… education major. Islander insight: Favorite Food: Mexican and Italian Favorite TV Show: American Idol What’s on your iPod: Country

#26

Alex Hutchinson

Pitcher Jr. - TR Poway, Calif. (Palomar College) Prior To TAMUCC: Played at Palomar College in San Marcos, Calif. For coach Mark Eldridge…as a pitcher, posted a 0.81 ERA…hit .321 with a .834 slugging percentage, just seven strikeouts and 21 walks in 90 at-bats as a hitter…helped her team to a Pacific Coast Conference championship while twice being named Athlete of the Week and Pitcher of the Year in the conference. High School: Played at Rancho Bernardo High School in San Diego, Calif. for coach Tracy Stowe…earned 2005 and 2006 team MVP awards while being part of a state runner-up team in the 2007 season…hit .321 with 10 stolen bases and led the conference with 24 hit-by-pitches during her senior season. Personal: Born Alex Hutchinson on May 9, 1989 in Oceanside, Calif….parents are Jan France and Allan Hutchinson…education major. Islander insight: Favorite Food: Mexican Favorite TV Show: Law and Order What’s on your iPod: Country

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#4

Caley Jeter

Infield Jr. - TR Huntsville,Texas (Blinn JC) Prior To TAMUCC: Played at Blinn Junior College in Brenham for head coach Rick Church…helped her team to a 39-14 record her freshman season and a 56-11 record her sophomore year…the Buccaneers won their conference her second year in the program and finished in fourth place at the NJCAA Tournament… finished her sophomore season with a .498 average, .562 on-base percentage, .610 slugging percentage and 27 stolen bases…named NFCA All-Midwest Region First Team her two seasons at Blinn and was a Second Team NJCAA All-American in 2009. High School: Played at Huntsville High School for coach Nancy Hooper…batted .384 with a .479 slugging percentage and a .505 on-base percentage her senior season…named first team all-district all four years while also being the district’s Defensive MVP her senior year…finished as district champions and regional finalists during her final year with the Hornets. Personal: Born Caley Michelle Jeter on Feb. 1, 1989 in Huntsville…parents are Jonna and Glen Jeter… accounting major. Islander insight: Favorite Food: Pizza Favorite TV Show: One Tree Hill What’s on your iPod: A little bit of everything

#15

Hannah Schwarz

Infield So. - Tr Kerrville,Texas (Blinn JC)

Prior To TAMUCC: Played at Blinn Junior College…helped her team to a 56-11 record in her one year on the team…hit for a .538 averaged and was named first team All-American, first team all-region and First Team NFCA as well as an Academic All-American…holds the record for most hits in a season at Blinn… team won conference championship and finished No. 4 at the NJCAA tournament. High School: Played at Tivy High School under head coach Shelby Balser…recorded a .560 batting average during her senior season…named First Team All-State in 2006, 2007 and 2008…led her team to the state playoffs following the 2006, 2007 and 2008 seasons…lettered in volleyball three times at Tivy HS. Personal: Hannah Mary Schwarz was born on Jan. 9, 1990 in Kerrville,Texas…parents are Steve and Therese Schwarz…has three younger brothers…majoring in business. Islander Insight: Favorite Food: Italian Favorite TV Show: Law and Order SVU What’s on your iPod: Lady Gaga/Pat Green/Taylor Swift

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#22

Kacie Smith

Infielder Jr. - TR Waddell, Ariz. (Yavapai JC) Prior To TAMUCC: Smith played alongside Brittany Tucker at Yavapai Junior College for coach Stacy Iveson…she was a two-year starter for the Rough Riders, earning NFCA All-American and First Team NJCAA All-Region honors her freshman year and NJCAA Division I All-American honors her sophomore season… helped her team to a 46-18 record with a regional championship her freshman season and a 56-7 record with a NJCAA National Championship her sophomore year. High School: Played for coach Derek Drumtra at Millennium High School in Goodyear, Ariz….hit for a .500 batting average in her senior season while being named the regional player of the year and First Team All-State…her team won the regional championship all four years on the team while finishing as state runnerup her sophomore season…holds the Millennium HS records for batting average, RBIs, doubles, triples and stolen bases…also holds the single-season records for RBIs, doubles triples and stolen bases. Personal: Born Kacie Diane Smith on Aug. 15, 1989 in Phoenix, Ariz…parents are Craig and Kristine Smith…communications major. Islander insight: Favorite Food: Medium-rare steak Favorite TV Show: Friends What’s on your iPod: Mostly Country

#11

Brittany Tucker

Catcher Jr. - TR Tucson, Ariz. (Yavapai JC)

Prior To TAMUCC: Played at Yavapai College as part of the 2009 NJCAA National Champions…her team finished with a 60-8 record during her sophomore season and a 48-16 record her freshman season…holds the school record for single-season home runs at 20…named First Team NJCAA All-American, NJCAA Region I Catcher and first team all-conference her sophomore year…Louisville Slugger/ NFCA Division I First Team All-American…awarded 2009 Diamond Sports NJCAA Catcher of the Year award…NJCAA Region I catcher, NJCAA Second Team All-American, NFCA Second Team All-American and second team all-conference following her freshman season. High School: Played for coach Amy Swiderski at Canyon Del Oro High School in Tucson, Ariz…team finished 33-3 her senior season and won the state championship in 2005 and 2007…2004 Newcomer of the Year…2005 Arizona Republic All-Arizona 5A Team, Arizona Daily Star, All-Southern Arizona and Arizona Citizen All-Stars honorable mention. Personal: Born Brittany Tucker on June 12, 1989 in Tucson, Ariz…parents are Keith and Dottie Tucker… has one older brother…sports medicine major. Islander Insight: Favorite Food: Grilled Cheese Favorite TV Show: One Tree Hill What’s on your iPod: Country

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#21

Meagan McKinney

Infield Fr. - HS New Braunfels,Texas (Canyon HS) High School: Played at New Braunfels Canyon HS for head coach Kevin Randal…was both a first team all-district player as well as first team all-county selection all four years of high school…led her team to a 4A State Championship and a 38-3 record during her senior season…named district offensive MVP her sophomore and junior years…hit .361 with a .436 on-base percentage and drove in 42 runs on eight home runs while scoring 46 runs and stealing 10 bases…part of the first softball team to win a state championship at Canyon HS…also played volleyball. Personal: Born Meagan Elaine De La Garza on May 15, 1991 in Seguin, Texas…parents are Erika and Tim McKinney…plans to major in business/marketing. Islander insight: Favorite Food: Egg rolls and cinnamon rolls Favorite TV Show: The Game What’s on your iPod: Rap and R&B

#12

Kyrie Panter

Infield/Outfield Jr. - Tr Miami, Okla. (Northeastern Okla. A&M) Prior To TAMUCC: Played at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M for two seasons for coach Eric Iverson…her team won a regional championship and a national tournament appearance in 2008...were regional runners-up in 2009…named second team all-region in 2008 and first team all-region in 2009. High School: Played at Miami High School in Miami, Okla. For coach Chris Mercer…helped her team to conference championships and regional runner-up spots all four years as a Wardog…individually, was named all-conference all four seasons and was All-State her senior season…hit .451 with a .531 on-base percentage, had 15 RBI and 28 stolen bases in her final season. Personal: Born Kyrie Rae Panter on Apr. 5, 1989 in Miami, Okla.…parents are Susan and Kevin Panter…nursing major. Islander insight: Favorite Food: Steak Favorite TV Show: That 70’s Show What’s on your iPod: Country

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2009 Statistics

Record: 23-31 Home: 13-13 Away: 9-14 Neutral: 1-4 Southland: 12-16 Player 21 Martin, Larissa 22 Simancas, Andrea 3 Redman, Cassie 12 Estrada, Stephanie 10 Byars, Alaina 1 Sanders, Lauren 8 Hurdt, Margo 6 Cain, Alejia 5 Schumann, Sandy 7 Moore, Landry 17 Connelly, Kim 18 Casey, Melissa 25 Hager, Zaida 13 Tallman, Addie 24 Seals, Morgan

AVG .322 .309 .306 .303 .287 .286 .216 .205 .163 .149 .143 .063 .000 .000 .000

GP-GS 53-53 52-48 49-47 51-51 52-52 52-51 53-52 39-25 41-37 35-24 47-43 24-4 5-0 2-2 1-1

AB 152 139 134 152 150 175 148 73 86 74 119 16 6 0 0

R 24 16 24 28 17 27 15 7 14 4 12 9 0 0 0

H 49 43 41 46 43 50 32 15 14 11 17 1 0 0 0

2B 3 10 3 12 8 2 4 0 4 1 5 0 0 0 0

3B 1 1 2 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

HR 0 2 0 1 6 0 4 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

RBI 21 19 12 21 31 15 34 4 8 7 2 0 0 0 0

TB 54 61 48 61 69 56 52 15 18 15 24 1 0 0 0

SLG% .355 .439 .358 .401 .460 .320 .351 .205 .209 .203 .202 .063 .000 .000 .000

BB 14 5 10 15 9 6 12 4 9 4 14 3 0 0 0

HBP 8 0 1 3 0 0 2 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0

Totals Opponents

.254 .264

54-54 54-54

1424 1396

197 206

362 368

52 48

9 10

14 15

174 162

474 481

.333 .345

105 17 170 11

SO 9 22 16 17 24 17 33 21 25 24 43 9 3 0 0

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

OB% .408 .333 .359 .376 .325 .309 .282 .247 .250 .190 .239 .250 .000 .000 .000

SF-SH 0-3 0-3 0-6 0-3 1-2 0-7 1-3 0-3 0-7 1-5 0-5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

SB-ATT 3-4 4-4 10-13 5-6 0-0 4-9 4-5 3-6 1-3 0-0 4-5 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0

263 132

4 9

.312 .346

3-47 9-46

39-57 39-59

LOB - Team (311), Opp (341). DPs turned - Team (20), Opp (16). CI - Team (1), Byars, A. 1. IBB - Team (1), Byars, A. 1. Picked off - Simancas, A. 1, Redman, C. 1.

Pitching Statistics

Player 13 Tallman, Addie 24 Seals, Morgan 8 Hurdt, Margo

ERA 2.28 4.44 4.80

W-L APP-GS CG SHO-CBO SV 20-16 46-35 24 6-0 0 0-1 8-0 0 0-0 0 0-2 9-4 1 0-0 0

IP H 236.2 217 17.1 22 23.1 31

R 114 11 19

ER 77 11 16

BB 86 10 17

2B 24 1 5

3B 9 0 0

HR 8 1 4

AB 901 69 93

Totals

2.97

23-31

362.2 368

206

154

170 132 48

10

15

1396 .264

54-54

29

7-0

0

SO 70 9 12

B/Avg .241 .319 .333

Fielding Statistics

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Player 21 Martin, Larissa 10 Byars, Alaina 8 Hurdt, Margo 12 Estrada, Stephani 1 Sanders, Lauren 6 Cain, Alejia 7 Moore, Landry 3 Redman, Cassie 22 Simancas, Andrea 17 Connelly, Kim 5 Schumann, Sandy 18 Casey, Melissa 13 Tallman, Addie 24 Seals, Morgan 25 Hager, Zaida

C 431 199 40 225 68 121 86 164 57 39 154 35 94 4 0

PO 412 176 11 67 65 56 61 90 52 32 38 12 10 0 0

A 13 19 28 152 1 61 21 66 2 4 104 20 73 3 0

E 6 4 1 6 2 4 4 8 3 3 12 3 11 1 0

FLD% .986 .980 .975 .973 .971 .967 .953 .951 .947 .923 .922 .914 .883 .750 .000

DPs 10 7 1 8 0 7 1 4 0 1 4 1 2 0 0

SBA 0 19 4 0 0 0 20 0 0 0 0 0 19 1 0

CSB 0 8 2 0 0 0 12 0 0 0 0 0 10 2 0

SBA% - .704 .667 - - - .625 - - - - - .655 .333 -

PB 0 7 0 0 0 0 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

CI 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Totals Opponents

1739 1647

1088 1090

582 473

69 84

.960 .949

20 16

39 39

20 18

.661 .684

16 7

1 0

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HBP 5 2 0

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Individual Records Hitting Records At Bats Game: 6, Christy Cortez vs. McNeese State (3-27-02) 6, Katie Evans vs. McNeese State (3-27-02) Season: 211, Katie Evans (2002) Runs Scored Game: 3, (Several Times) Season: 36, Erica Armenta (2004, 2005) 36, Katie Evans (2003)

Stolen Bases Game: 3, Erica Armenta vs. New Mexico (3-5-05) Season: 22, Erica Armenta (2004) Hit by Pitch Game: 2, Larissa Martin at UT Arlington (4-19-09) 2, Kim Connelly vs. Oklahoma State (2-23-08) 2, Katie Evans vs. Texas (2-18-04) Season: 18, Katie Evans (2004)

Fielding Records

Hits Game: 5, Margo Hurdt vs. Prairie View A&M (4-8-08) Season: 77, Katie Evans (2002)

Putouts Game: 19, Jennifer Golden vs. Liberty (3-21-04) Season: 570, Jennifer Golden (2004)

Doubles Game: 2, (Several Times) Season: 17, Katie Evans (2001)

Assists Game: 9, Alejia Cain vs. Pittsburgh (2-21-09) Season: 152, Stephanie Estrada (2009)

Triples Game: 2, Shelly Oetken vs. Brown (2-24-01) Season: 5, Shelly Oetken (2001)

Errors Game: 4, Crystal Russell vs. Birmingham So. (4-20-06) Season: 38, Christen Cook (2000)

Home Runs Game: 3, Kim Connelly vs. Prairie View A&M (4-8-08) Season: 10, Jennifer Golden (2005) Total Bases Game: 12, Kim Connelly vs. Prairie View A&M (4-8-08) Season: 121, Katie Evans (2002) Walks Game: 4, McKenzie Clark vs. Oklahoma State (2-23-08) Season: 31, Erica Armenta (2007) Strikeouts Game: 4, (Several Times) Season: 55, Kesty Meitner (2002) Sac Hits Game: 2, (Several Times) Season: 19, Christy Cortez (2002)

Pitching Records

Innings Pitched Game: 11, Sarah Pauly vs. Houston (2-15-04) Season: 288.0, Sarah Pauly (2005) Strikeouts Game: 19, Sarah Pauly vs. Liberty (3-21-04) Season: 497, Sarah Pauly (2005) Wild Pitches Game: 4, Morgan Seals at Louisiana Tech (3-17-09) 4, Margo Hurdt vs. Southeastern La. (4-20-08) Season: 27, Addie Tallman (2009) Hit Batters Game: 5, Melanie Drews vs. Oregon (2-2-01) Season: 33, Melanie Drews (2001)

Sac Flies Game: 2, (Several Times) Season: 3, (Several Times)

Erica Armenta 2003-07

Katie Evans 2001-05

Sarah Pauly 2002-06

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Team Records

Team Hitting Records At-Bats Game: 43, vs. McNeese State (3-27-02) Season 1692 (2002) Runs Scored Game: 17, vs. Radford (5-8-03) Season: 212 (2004)

Putouts Game: 36, vs. Connecticut (3-14-03) Season: 1346 (2002)

Hits Game: 19, (3x) last vs. Prairie View A&M (4-8-08) Season: 415 (2002)

Errors Game: 8, vs. Louisiana-Lafayette (3-9-01) Season: 121 (2001)

Doubles Game: 6, vs. Prairie View A&M (4-8-08) Season: 69 (2002)

Passed Balls Game: 4, vs. St. Edward’s (4-14-02) Season: 25 (2000)

Triples Game: 3, vs. Miami (Ohio) (2-22-02) Season: 16 (2001)

DP’s Turned Game: 4, (2x) last vs. Pittsbrgh (2-21-09) Season: 15 (2005)

Home Runs Game: 4, (4x) last vs. Prairie View A&M (4-8-08) Season: 30 (2002) Total Bases Game: 36 vs. Alabama State (3-12-04) Season: 602 (2002) Walks Game: 11, vs. Oklahoma State (2-23-08) Season: 139 (2004) Strikeouts Game: 16, (2x) last vs. Texas (3-3-06) Season: 305 (2002) Sac Hits Game: 4, (4x) last vs. Creighton (2-14-09) Season: 52 (2004) Sac Flies Game: Season:

2, (2x) last vs. Nicholls State (5-3-08) 13 (2008)

Stolen Bases Game: 6, vs. Prairie View A&M (4-16-00) Season: 53 (2007) Hit by Pitch Game: 3, (8x) last vs. Oklahoma State (2-23-08) Season: 40 (2004) Runners LOB Game: 15, vs. McNeese State (3-27-02) Season: 408 (2004)

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Assists Game: 20, vs. Central Arkansas (5-1-09) Season: 562 (2001)

Team Pitching Records Innings Pitched Game 12, vs. Connecticut (3-14-03) Season: 448.2 (2001) Strikeouts Games: 19, vs. Liberty (3-21-04) Season: 550 (2004) Wild Pitches Game: 5, vs. Louisiana Tech (3-17-09) Season: 45 (2006) Hit Batters Game: 5, vs. Oregon (2-2-01) Season: 42 (2001)


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Single-Season Top-10 List HITTING At Bats 1. Katie Evans 2. Erica Armenta 3. Shelley Oetken 4. Rachel Mendez 5. Katie Evans 6. Shelley Oetken 7. Kelly Amos 8. Lauren Sanders 9. Rachel Kitchens 10. Christen Cook Sarah Mesa Base Hits 1. Katie Evans 2. Shelley Oetken 3. Erica Armenta 4. Katie Evans Katie Evans 6. Rachel Mendez 7. Lauren Sanders 8. Rachel Mendez Jennifer Golden 10. Christen Cook Singles 1. Erica Armenta 2. Lauren Sanders 3. Katie Evans 4. Rachel Mendez 5. Shelley Oetken 6. Lauren Sanders 7. Larissa Martin 8. Katie Evans Rachel Kitchens 10. Kelly Amos Extra Base Hits 1. Katie Evans 2. Kim Connelly 3. Eden Goss Katie Evans 5. Megan Hansen Andrea Gonzalez 7. Katie Evans Jennier Golden 9. Margo Hurdt Christen Cook

211 195 191 186 180 181 178 175 174 171 171 77 62 61 59 59 58 57 55 55 54 56 55 51 48 47 46 45 43 43 42 26 24 23 23 21 21 20 20 17 17

2002 2004 2001 2002 2001 2002 2003 2009 2001 2000 2002 2002 2001 2004 2003 2001 2002 2008 2000 2005 2000 2004 2008 2002 2002 2001 2009 2009 2003 2001 2003 2002 2008 2002 2001 2005 2007 2004 2005 2008 2000

Batting Average (Min. 60 AB) 1. Katie Evans .365 2. Katie Evans .358 3. Kim Connelly .357 4. Erica Armenta .344 Rachel Mendez .344 6. Eden Goss .342 Jennifer Golden .342 8. Katie Evans .328 9. Shelley Oetken .325 10. Lauren Sanders .329

2002 2003 2008 2004 2000 2002 2005 2001 2001 2008

Runs Scored 1. Katie Evans Erica Armenta 3. Megan Hansen Shelley Oetken 5. Rachel Mendez Christen Cook Katie Evans 8. Stephanie Estrada 9. Lauren Sanders 10. Kim Connelly

2002 2004 2005 2001 2000 2000 2004 2008 2008 2008

36 36 32 32 31 31 31 34 33 30

Doubles 1. Katie Evans 2. Kim Connelly 3. Katie Evans 4. Eden Goss 5. Katie Evans Andrea Gonzalez 7. Stephanie Estrada Katie Evans 9. Megan Hansen Megan Hansen

17 16 15 14 13 13 12 12 11 11

2001 2008 2002 2002 2003 2007 2009 2004 2004 2005

Triples 1. Shelley Oetken 2. Erica Armenta Katie Evans Christen Cook 5. Kelly Amos Katie Evans 7. 15 with

5 4 4 4 3 3 2

2001 2007 2002 2000 2002 2001

Home Runs 1. Jennifer Golden 2. Eden Goss Megan Hansen Margo Hurdt 5. Megan Hansen 6. Kim Connelly Eden Goss Katie Evans 9. Alain Byars Margo Hurdt Kesty Meitner Katie Evans Andrea Gonzalez

10 9 9 9 8 7 7 7 6 6 6 6 6

2005 2002 2005 2007 2004 2008 2003 2002 2009 2008 2000 2004 2007

Runs Batted In 1. Kim Connelly 2. Eden Goss 3. Megan Hansen 4. Stephanie Estrada Rachel Mendez Jennifer Golden 7. Margo Hurdt Megan Hansen Jennifer Golden 10. Alaina Byars

38 37 36 35 35 35 34 34 34 31

2008 2002 2005 2008 2000 2004 2009 2004 2005 2009

Total Bases 1. Katie Evans 2. Jennifer Golden 3. Eden Goss Katie Evans 5. Kim Connelly 6. Shelley Oetken 7. Megan Hansen 8. Christen Cook Megan Hansen 10. Katie Evans Rachel Mendez Katie Evans

121 96 91 91 89 88 86 85 83 81 81 81

2002 2005 2002 2001 2008 2001 2004 2000 2005 2003 2000 2004

Walks 1. Erica Armenta 2. Erica Armenta Nekkia Neash 4. Andrea Gonzalez Shellely Oetken 6. Andrea Gonzalez 7. Lindsey Maxey 8. Eden Goss Katie Evans 10. Four with

31 25 25 24 24 21 20 19 19 17

2007 2004 2005 2008 2002 2007 2004 2002 2004

Fewest Strikeouts (Min. 80 AB) AB 1. Rachel Mendez 162 2. Rachel Mendez 160 3. Larissa Martin 152 Shannon Stein 149 5. Andrea Gonzalez 113 6. Lauren Sanders 173 Rachel Mendez 186 Rachel Mendez 154 9. Larissa Martin 136 10. Stephanie Estrada 155 Michelle Petree 131 Hit by Pitch 1. Katie Evans 2. Larissa Martin Larissa Martin 3. Nekkia Neash 4. Katie Evans Erica Armenta Michelle Petree 7. Kim Connelly Katie Evans Christen Cook 10. Five with

SO. 6 8 9 9 10 11 11 11 12 14 14

18 8 8 7 6 6 6 5 5 5 4

On-Base Percentage (Min 60 AB) 1. Kim Connelly .436 2. Eden Goss .417 3. Katie Evans .416 4. Katie Evans .413 5. Katie Evans .412 6. Larissa Martin .408 7. Erica Armenta .407 8. Andrea Gonzalez .400 9. Nekkia Neash .391 10. Jennifer Golden .387 Slugging Percentage (Min. 60 AB) AB % 1. Kim Connelly 140 .636 2. Eden Goss 146 .623 3. Jennifer Golden 161 .596 4. Katie Evans 211 .573 5. Kesty Meitner 112 .527 6. Megan Hansen 163 .509 7. Katie Evans 180 .506 Rachel Mendez 160 .506 9. Christen Cook 171 .497 10. Katie Evans 165 .491 Katie Evans 165 .491

YR. 2001 2000 2009 2005 2008 2008 2002 2003 2008 2008 2005 2004 2009 2008 2005 2002 2004 2005 2008 2003 2000

2008 2002 2003 2002 2004 2009 2004 2008 2005 2005 Yr. 2008 2002 2005 2002 2000 2005 2001 2000 2000 2003 2004

Sacrifice Hits 1. Christy Cortez 2. Amber Ott 3. Rachel Kitchens Christy Cortez 5. Crystal Russell 6. Michelle Petree 7. Rachel Kitchens 8. Lauren Sanders Sandy Schumann Shelleyl Oetken Rachel Mendez

19 12 11 11 10 9 8 7 7 7 7

2002 2000 2001 2004 2005 2004 2003 2009 2009 2002 2001

Sacrifice Flies 1. Eden Goss Stephanie Estrada Kim Connelly Margo Hurdt 5. 11 with

3 3 3 3 2

2003 2007 2008 2008

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Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Stolen Bases 1. Erica Armenta 2. Erica Armenta 3. Amber Robinson 4. Lauren Sanders Rachel Kitchens Erica Armenta Crystal Russell 8. Cassie Redman Shelley Oetken 10. Christen Cook

Single-Season Top-10 List 22 15 13 12 12 12 12 10 10 9

2004 2007 2007 2008 2004 2005 2005 2009 2000 2000

Mulitiple-Hit Games 1. Katie Evans 2. Katie Evans Shelley Oetken 4. Rachel Mendez 5. Lauren Sanders Christen Cook 7. Rachel Mendez Jennifer Golden 9. Four with

24 18 18 17 16 16 15 15 14

2002 2003 2001 2000 2008 2000 2002 2005

Hitting Streak 1. Katie Evans 2. Rachel Mendez 3. Christen Cook 4. Crystal Russell 5. Rachel Mendez Megan Hansen 7. Lauren Sanders Eden Goss Shelley Oetken 10. Six with

17 15 12 11 10 10 9 9 9 8

2002 2000 2000 2005 2002 2004 2008 2002 2001

Multiple RBI Games 1. Jennifer Golden 2. Stephanie Estrada 3. Margo Hurdt Kim Connelly Margo Hurdt Eden Goss Megan Hansen 8. Alaina Byars Katie Evans Rachel Mendez Megan Hansen

11 10 9 9 9 9 9 8 8 8 8

2005 2008 2009 2008 2008 2002 2005 2009 2001 2000 2004

PITCHING

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Wins 1. Sarah Pauly 2. Sarah Pauly 3. Sarah Pauly 4. Sarah Pauly 5. Addie Tallman Melanie Drews 7. Amanda Burton Melanie Drews 9. Margo Hurdt Jennifer Cummings

37 27 25 23 20 11 10 10 9 9

2005 2004 2002 2003 2009 2001 2000 2000 2008 2007

Losses 1. Jennifer Cummings 2. Melanie Drews 3 Amanda Burton 4. Amanda Burton Jennifer Cummings 6. Addie Tallman Sarah Pauly Amanda Foster 9. Melanie Drews 10. Sarah Pauly

27 22 19 17 17 16 16 16 14 13

2007 2001 2000 2001 2006 2009 2003 2006 2000 2002

Appearances 1. Sarah Pauly 2. Sarah Pauly Sarah Pauly 4. Sarah Pauly Melanie Drews 6. Addie Tallman 7. Jennifer Cummings 8. Amanda Burton

51 49 49 48 48 46 44 39

2005 2002 2004 2003 2001 2009 2007 2000

9.

Amanda Burton Melanie Drews

Games Started 1. Sarah Pauly 2. Sarah Pauly Jennifer Cummings 4. Addie Tallman 5. Sarah Pauly 6. Melanie Drews 7. Margo Hurdt 8. Amanda Burton Melanie Drews 10. Amanda Burton

36 36

2001 2000

37 36 36 35 34 33 28 27 27 26

2005 2003 2007 2009 2004 2001 2007 2000 2000 2001

Complete Games 1. Sarah Pauly 2. Sarah Pauly 3. Sarah Pauly 4. Addie Tallman 5. Melanie Drews Jennifer Cummings 7. Melanie Drews 8. Amanda Burton 9. Sarah Pauly 10. Amanda Burton

35 34 31 24 21 21 17 16 13 12

2005 2003 2004 2009 2001 2007 2000 2000 2002 2001

Shutouts 1. Sarah Pauly 2. Sarah Pauly 3. Sarah Pauly 4. Addie Tallman 5. Sarah Pauly Amanda Burton 7. Melanie Drews Melanie Drews Melanie Drews 10. Larissa Martin Dani Damel Dani Damel Amanda Foster

22 18 13 6 4 4 3 3 3 2 2 2 2

2005 2003 2004 2009 2002 2000 2002 2001 2000 2008 2003 2004 2006

288 276.1 265.2 236.2 219.2 213 209 185 159.1 153.1

2005 2004 2003 2009 2002 2001 2007 2000 2000 2001

Innings Pitched 1. Sarah Pauly 2. Sarah Pauly 3. Sarah Pauly 4. Addie Tallman 5. Sarah Pauly 6. Melanie Drews 7. Jennifer Cummings 8. Amanda Burton 9. Melanie Drews 10. Amanda Burton

Earned Run Ave. (Min. 60 IP) ERA 1. Sarah Pauly 0.56 2. Sarah Pauly 0.71 3. Sarah Pauly 0.82 4. Dani Damel 1.44 5. Sarah Pauly 1.63 6. Dani Damel 2.23 7. Addie Tallman 2.28 8. Dani Damel 2.51 9. Amanda Burton 2.52 10. Amanda Burton 2.56 Fewest Walks (Min. 60 IP) 1. Dani Damel 2. Melanie Drews 3. Dani Damel 4. Jennifer Cummings 5. Sarah Pauly 6. Amanda Foster 7. Larissa Martin 8. Sarah Pauly 9. Margo Hurdt 10. Amanda Burton

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IP 288.0 276.1 265.2 78.0 219.2 103.2 236.2 103.0 58.1 185.0

IP 103.2 67.0 78.0 72.0 288.0 135 128.2 276.1 104.1 185.0

Year 2005 2004 2003 2004 2002 2002 2009 2003 2002 2000

BB Year 22 2002 23 2002 25 2004 28 2005 31 2005 34 2006 39 2008 40 2004 50 2008 52 2000

Strikeouts 1. Sarah Pauly 2. Sarah Pauly 3. Sarah Pauly 4. Sarah Pauly 5. Amanda Burton 6. Jennifer Cummings 7. Melanie Drews 8. Melanie Drews 9. Dani Damel 10. Amanda Foster

497 442 431 266 146 125 104 100 82 73

2005 2004 2003 2002 2000 2007 2001 2000 2003 2006

FIELDING Putouts 1. Jennifer Golden 2. Nekkia Neash 3. Eden Goss 4. Larissa Martin 5. Katie Evans 6. Janelle Sanders 7. Eden Goss 8. Lauren Peters 9. Lindsey Maxey 10. Lauren Peters

570 563 503 412 391 378 353 323 275 268

2004 2005 2003 2009 2002 2000 2002 2007 2004 2006

Assists 1. Stephanie Estrada 2. Sarah Mesa 3. Sarah Mesa 4. Sandy Schumann 5. Christen Cook 6. Stephanie Estrada 7. Rachel Mendez 8. Katie Evans Stephanie Freeman 10. Kelly Amos

152 137 115 104 103 100 96 93 93 87

2009 2002 2001 2009 2000 2008 2002 2001 2000 2002

Fewest Errors (Min. 30 Chances) No. Pos 1. Jennifer Golden 0 OF 2. Margo Hurdt 1 P Margo Hurdt 1 P Michelle Petree 1 OF 5. Lauren Sanders 2 OF Larissa Martin 2 1B Andrea Simancas 2 OF Kim Connelly 2 OF Lauren Sanders 2 OF McKenzie Clark 2 C Megan Rathkamp 2 C Rachel Kitchens 2 OF Shelly Oetken 2 OF Lauren Peters 2 INF Amber Robinson 2 OF Margo Hurdt 2 INF Erica Armenta 2 OF Gerri Redden 2 C

Year 2005 2009 2008 2005 2009 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2000 2004 2001 2006 2007 2007 2007 2007

Highest Fld. Pct. (Min. 30 Chances) % Pos 1. Shelly Oetken 1.000 INF Jennifer Golden 1.000 OF 3. Eden Goss .993 C Nekkia Neash .993 C Lauren Peters .993 INF 6. Jennifer Golden .992 C 7. Lauren Peters .991 INF 8. Eden Goss .987 C 9. Erica Armenta .987 OF 10. Janelle Sanders .985 INF

Year 2003 2005 2003 2005 2006 2004 2007 2002 2007 2003


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Career Top-10 List HITTING At Bats 1. Katie Evans 2. Shelley Oetken 3. Rachel Mendez 4. Erica Armenta 5. Stephanie Estrada 6. Rachel Kitchens 7. Andrea Simancas 8. Christy Cortez 9. Brenda Guerrero 10. Kesty Meitner

721 691 662 586 544 514 500 477 457 447

2001-04 2000-03 2000-03 2004-07 2006-09 2001-04 2006-09 2002-04 2004-07 2000-03

Doubles 1. Katie Evans 2. Stephanie Estrada 3. Rachel Mendez 4. Andrea Simancas 5. Jennifer Golden 6. Shelley Oetken 7. Andrea Gonzalez Christy Cortez Megan Hansen 10. Kim Connelly Lauren Peters

57 32 29 26 24 23 22 22 22 21 21

2001-04 2006-09 2000-03 2006-09 2004-05 2000-03 2006-08 2002-04 2004-05 2008-09 2005-08

Strikeouts (300 AB) 1. Kesty Meitner 2. Shelley Oetken 3. Janelle Sanders 4. Christy Cortez 5. Katie Evans 6. Lauren Peters 7. Erica Armenta 8. Margo Hurdt 9. Andrea Simancas Megan Rathkamp

Triples 1. Shelley Oetken Katie Evans 3. Erica Armenta Kelly Amos Kesty Meitner 6. Margo Hurdt Lauren Sanders Andrea Simancas Christen Cook Rachel Mendez

9 9 5 5 5 4 4 4 4 4

2000-03 2001-04 2004-07 2002-03 2000-03 2006-SA 2008-SA 2006-09 2000 2000-03

Home Runs 1. Margo Hurdt Katie Evans 3. Megan Hansen 4. Eden Goss 5. Jennifer Golden 6. Kesty Meitner 7. Jennifer Golden 8. Stephanie Estrada 9. Kim Connelly Andrea Gonzalez Lauren Peters Rachel Mendez

Fewest Strikeouts (300 AB) AB 1. Lauren Sanders 348 2. Rachel Mendez 662 3. Kelly Amos 343 4. Crystal Russell 316 5. Jennifer Golden 350 6. Brenda Guerrero 457 7. Andrea Gonzalez 383 Megan Hasen 361 9. Sarah Mesa 330 10. Stephanie Estrada 544

19 19 17 16 15 13 10 8 7 7 7 7

2006-SA 2001-04 2004-05 2002-03 2004-05 2000-03 2004-05 2006-09 2008-SA 2006-08 2005-08 2000-03

Hit by Pitch 1. Katie Evans 2. Erica Armenta 3. Larissa Martin 4. Shelley Oetken 5. Crystal Russell 6. Rachel Kitchens Megan Hansen Nekkia Neash 9. Sarah Mesa Christy Cortez Michelle Petree

Slugging Percentage (Min. 200 AB) 1. Katie Evans .518 2001-04 2. Eden Goss .498 2002-03 3. Christen Cook .497 2000 4. Jennifer Golden .471 2004-05 5. Megan Hansen .468 2004-05 6. Margo Hurdt .439 2006-SA 7. Stephanie Estrada .403 2006-09 8. Larissa Martin .389 2008-09 9. Shelley Oetken .373 2000-03 10. Shianna Hines .368 2001

AB 447 691 416 477 721 470 586 428 500 392

SO 152 112 110 107 106 104 95 85 80 80

Year 2000-03 2000-03 2000-03 2002-04 2001-04 2006-08 2004-07 2006-SA 2006-09 2000-03

SO 28 36 39 45 48 50 52 52 60 64

Year 2008-SA 2000-03 2002-03 2005-07 2004-05 2004-07 2005-08 2004-05 2001-02 2006-09

Base Hits 1. Katie Evans 2. Shelley Oetken 3. Rachel Mendez 4. Erica Armenta 5. Stephanie Estrada 6. Andrea Simancas 7. Rachel Kitchens 8. Margo Hurdt 9. Lauren Sanders 10. Brenda Guerrero

242 199 181 170 159 133 122 108 107 106

2001-04 2000-03 2000-03 2004-07 2006-09 2006-09 2001-04 2006-SA 2008-SA 2004-07

Singles 1. Shelley Oetken 2. Katie Evans 3. Erica Armenta 4. Stephanie Estrada Rachel Kitchens 6. Rachel Mendez 7. Lauren Sanders 8. Andrea Simancas 9. Brenda Guerrero 10. Jennifer Golden

161 157 153 117 117 116 101 98 92 72

2000-03 2001-04 2004-07 2006-09 2001-04 2000-03 2008-SA 2006-09 2004-07 2004-05

Extra Base Hits 1. Katie Evans 2. Stephanie Estrada 3. Rachel Mendez Megan Hansen 5. Margo Hurdt Shelley Oetken 7. Eden Goss 8. Andrea Simancas 9. Kesty Meitner 10. Jennifer Golden

79 42 40 40 38 38 36 35 32 31

2001-04 2006-09 2000-03 2004-05 2006-SA 2000-03 2002-03 2006-09 2000-03 2004-05

Batting Average (Min. 300 AB) AB Ave. 1. Katie Evans 721 .336 2. Lauren Sanders 348 .307 3. Jennifer Golden 350 .294 4. Stephanie Estrada 544 .292 5. Erica Armenta 586 .290 6. Shelley Oetken 691 .288 7. Rachel Mendez 662 .273 Eden Goss 297 .273 9. Andrea Simancas 500 .266 Andrea Gonzalez 383 .266

Runs Batted In 1. Katie Evans 2. Rachel Mendez 3. Margo Hurdt 4. Stephanie Estrada 5. Shelley Oetken 6. Megan Hasen 7. Jennifer Golden 8. Eden Goss 9. Andrea Gonzalez 10. Andrea Simancas

112 89 87 74 73 70 69 61 56 50

2001-04 2000-03 2006-SA 2006-09 2000-03 2004-05 2004-05 2002-03 2006-08 2006-09

Year 2001-04 2008-SA 2004-05 2006-09 2004-07 2000-03 2000-03 2002-03 2006-09 2006-08

Total Bases 1. Katie Evans 2. Shelley Oetken 3. Rachel Mendez 4. Stephanie Estrada 5. Erica Armenta 6. Margo Hurdt 7. Andrea Simancas 8. Megan Hansen 9. Jennifer Golden 10. Kesty Meitner

374 258 239 219 192 188 182 169 165 160

2001-04 2000-03 2000-03 2006-09 2004-07 2006-SA 2006-09 2004-05 2004-05 2000-03

Runs Scored 1. Katie Evans 2. Shelley Oetken 3. Stephanie Estrada 4. Rachel Kitchens 5. Erica Armenta 6. Rachel Mendez 7. Andrea Simancas 8. Margo Hurdt 9. Lauren Sanders 10. Megan Hansen

36 24 23 21 18 17 17 15 15 15 12

2002-04 2005-07 2001-04 2006-09 2004-07 2006-09 2000-03 2000-03 2000-01 2004-05 2004-07

2001-04 2000-03 2006-09 2001-04 2004-07 2000-03 2006-09 2006-SA 2008-SA 2004-05

Walks 1. Erica Armenta 2. Shelley Oetken 3. Andrea Gonzalez 4. Katie Evans 5. Rachel Mendez 6. Lauren Peters 7. Stephanie Estrada 8. Megan Rathkamp 9. Margo Hurdt Eden Goss Janelle Sanders

Sacrifice Hits 1. Christy Cortez 2. Crystal Russell 3. Rachel Kitchens 4. Stephanie Estrada 5. Brenda Guerrero 6. Andrea Simancas Shelley Oetken 7. Rachel Mendez Amber Ott Michelle Petree 10. Erica Armenta

82 59 57 54 42 39 35 33 32 32 32

2004-07 2000-03 2006-08 2001-04 2000-03 2005-08 2006-09 2000-03 2006-SA 2002-03 2000-03

Sacrifice Flies 1. Margo Hurdt Stephanie Estrada Eden Goss Katie Evans 5. Kim Connelly Kesty Meitner Rachel Mendez Shelley Oetken Crystal Russell Lauren Peters

7 5 5 5 3 3 3 3 3 3

2006-SA 2006-09 2002-03 2001-04 2008-09 2000-03 2000-03 2000-03 2005-07 2005-08

113 106 96 93 93 79 64 61 60 56

31 19 16 10 8 7 7 7 6 6 6

2001-04 2004-07 2008-09 2000-03 2005-07 2000-04 2004-05 2005 2001-02 2002-04 2004-05

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Career Top-10/ Year-By-Year Results

Stolen Bases 1. Erica Armenta 2. Crystal Russell 3. Rachel Kitchens 4. Shelley Oetken 5. Andrea Simancas 6. Amber Robinson 7. Lauren Sanders 8. Stephanie Estrada 9. Cassie Redman 10. Christen Cook

52 25 22 19 18 18 16 12 10 9

2004-07 2005-08 2001-04 2000-03 2006-09 2007-08 2008-SA 2006-09 2009-SA 2000

Multi-Hit Games 1. Katie Evans 2. Shelley Oetken 3. Rachel Mendez 4. Stephanie Estrada 5. Andrea Simancas 6. Lauren Sanders 7. Jennifer Golden 8. Kesty Meitner Megan Hansen 10. Margo Hurdt

66 50 47 36 30 28 26 23 23 22

2001-04 2000-03 2000-03 2006-09 2006-09 2008-SA 2004-05 2000-03 2004-05 2006-SA

Multiple-RBI Games 1. Katie Evans 2. Margo Hurdt 2. Rachel Mendez 3. Stephanie Estrada Jennifer Golden 5. Megan Hansen 6. Shelley Oetken 7. Eden Goss 8. Andrea Simancas Kesty Meitner 10. Janelle Sanders

26 25 21 18 18 17 15 14 13 13 9

2001-04 2006-SA 2000-03 2006-09 2004-05 2004-05 2000-03 2002-03 2006-09 2000-03 2000-03

PITCHING

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Wins 1. Sarah Pauly 2. Melanie Drews 3. Dani Damel 4. Addie Tallman 5. Amanda Burton 6. Jennifer Cummings 7. Margo Hurdt 8. Larissa Martin 9. Amanda Foster 10. Andrea Simancas Krystal Martinez

112 24 22 20 19 17 11 7 6 1 1

2002-05 2000-02 2002-04 2009-SA 2000-03 2005-07 2007-SA 2008-09 2006 2006-09 2006

Losses 1. Jennfier Cumming 2. Sarah Pauly 3. Amanda Burton Melanie Drews 5. Margo Hurdt 6. Dani Damel 7. Addie Tallman Amanda Foster 9. Stacie Tassin 10. Larissa Martin

48 46 42 42 21 18 16 16 12 11

2005-07 2002-05 2000-03 2000-02 2006-SA 2002-04 2009-SA 2006 2009 2008-09

Appearances 1. Sarah Pauly 2. Melanie Drews 3. Jennifer Cummings 4. Amanda Burton 5. Dani Damel 6. Margo Hurdt 7. Addie Tallman 8. Larissa Martin 9. Amanda Foster 10. Stacie Tassin

197 104 99 97 70 62 46 33 31 21

2002-05 2000-02 2005-07 2000-03 2002-04 2006-SA 2009-SA 2008-SA 2006 2009

Games Started 1. Sarah Pauly 2. Jennifer Cummings 3. Melanie Drews 4. Amanda Burton 5. Dani Damel 6. Margo Hurdt 7. Addie Tallman 8. Amanda Foster 9. Larissa Martin 10. Stacie Tassin

129 74 73 64 53 37 35 21 17 15

2002-05 2005-07 2000-02 2000-03 2002-04 2006-SA 2009-SA 2006 2008-09 2009

Complete Games 1. Sarah Pauly 2. Melanie Drews 3. Amanda Burton Jennifer Cummings 5. Addie Tallman 6. Margo Hurdt 7. Larissa Martin Dani Damel Amanda Foster 10. Stacie Tassin

113 42 31 31 24 15 9 9 9 4

2002-05 2000-02 2000-03 2005-07 2009-SA 2006-SA 2008-SA 2002-04 2006 2009

Saves 1. Sarah Pauly 2. Amanda Burton 3. Larissa Martin Nicole Russell Amanda Foster

18 2 1 1 1

2002-05 2000-03 2008-09 2008 2006

Innings Pitched 1. Sarah Pauly 2. Melanie Drews 3. Amanda Burton 4. Jennifer Cummings 5. Dani Damel 6. Addie Tallman 7. Margo Hurdt 8. Amanda Foster 9. Larissa Martin 10. Stacie Tassin

1049.2 439.1 400.1 392 284.2 236.2 230.1 135 128.2 85.1

2002-05 2000-02 2000-03 2005-07 2002-04 2009-SA 2006-SA 2006 2008-09 2009

Earned Run Avg. (Min. 60 IP) ERA IP 1. Sarah Pauly 1.14 1049.2 2. Dani Damel 2.12 284.2 3. Addie Tallman 2.28 236.2 4. Melanie Drews 3.19 439.1 5. Amanda Burton 3.34 400.1 6. Larissa Martin 3.86 128.2 7. Jennifer Cummings 4.04 392 8. Amanda Foster 4.56 135 9. Margo Hurdt 5.11 230.1 Strikeouts 1. Sarah Pauly 2. Amanda Burton 3. Jennifer Cummings 4. Melanie Drews 5. Dani Damel 6. Margo Hurdt 7. Amanda Foster 8, Addie Tallman 9. Nicole Russell 10. Michelle Castellano

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1636 250 229 240 224 84 73 70 51 43

Year 2002-05 2002-04 2009-SA 2000-02 2000-03 2008-09 2005-07 2006 2006-SA

2002-05 2000-03 2005-07 2000-02 2002-04 2006-SA 2006 2009-SA 2008 2004

Year-By-Year Results

2000 Season Record: 20-35-1 H: 12-7-1 A: 5-21 N: 3-7 Head Coach: Natasha Dumoski 2/4 vs. New Mexico St. 4-9 L 2/4 @ Southwest Texas St. 0-3 L 2/5 vs. New Mexico St. 4-6 L 2/5 @ Southwest Texas St. 5-8 L 2/6 vs. New Mexico St. 2-8 L 2/6 @ Southwest Texas St. 8-6 W 2/11 vs. Texas So. 10-0 W 2/11 vs. Texas So. 11-3 W 2/11 @ Sam Houston St. 5-1 W 2/12 @ Sam Houston St. 1-9 L 2/12 vs. Texas So. 4-2 W 2/26 Jacksonville St. 2-8 L 2/26 St. Johns 4-1 W 2/27 Jacksonville St. 0-4 L 2/27 St. Johns 2-4 L 3/2 Texas Lutheran 4-3 W 3/2 Texas Lutheran 5-1 W 3/3 Texas Tech 0-5 L 3/4 vs. Evansville 1-1 T 3/4 vs. UMKC 3-10 L 3/4 vs. Texas Tech 0-2 L 3/5 vs. UMKC 4-7 L 3/17 vs. Wisconsin 0-8 L 3/17 vs. California 2-3 L 3/17 vs. Portland St. 8-9 L 3/17 vs.Virginia 2-3 L 3/18 vs. Portland St. 6-13 L 3/18 vs. Southeast Missouri 14-17L 3/20 @ Stanford 1-2 L 3/20 @ Stanford 0-8 L 3/22 @ Fresno St. 0-6 L 3/22 @ Fresno St. 0-4 L 3/23 @ Sacramento St. 0-6 L 3/23 @ Sacramento St. 1-8 L 3/24 vs. Oregon 0-8 L 3/24 vs. Oregon 0-9 L 3/25 @ UC Santa Barbara 0-6 L 3/25 @ San Jose St. 5-1 W 3/31 @ Centenary 3-2 W 4/1 @ Centenary 5-0 W 4/8 @ La.-Lafayette 3-7 L 4/8 @ La.-Lafayette 1-7 L 4/9 @ La.-Lafayette 1-4 L 4/15 Prairie View A&M 8-0 W 4/15 Prairie View A&M 8-0 W 4/16 Prairie Veiw A&M 8-0 W 4/16 Prairie View A&M 8-0 W 4/19 @ UTSA 2-4 L 4/20 @ UTSA 1-12 L 4/22 Houston Baptist 9-6 W 4/22 Houston Baptist 4-6 L 4/26 St. Mary’s 4-3 W 4/26 St. Mary’s 2-5 L 4/29 Centenary 1-0 W 4/29 Centenary 4-2 W 4/30 Centenary 7-0 W


Texas A&M-Corpus Christi

Year-By-Year Results

2001 Season Record: 19-41 H: 8-12 A: 5-19 N: 6-10 Head Coach: Natasha Dumoski 2/2 vs. Oregon 0-5 L 2/2 vs. Baylor 0-8 L 2/3 vs. Southwest Texas St. 11-13L 2/3 vs. Oregon 3-11 L 2/4 vs. Baylor 0-4 L 2/4 @ Southwest Texas St. 0-8 L 2/6 @ UTSA 8-12 L 2/6 @ UTSA 1-4 L 2/9 Tennessee 1-7 L 2/9 Mississippi St. 0-8 L 2/9 Oregon St. 0-2 L 2/11 Tennessee 2-7 L 2/16 vs. Alabama 0-7 L 2/16 vs. Penn St. 4-3 W 2/17 @ Texas A&M 1-10 L 2/17 vs. Alabama 0-16 L 2/18 vs. Penn St. 0-5 L 2/18 vs. Texas A&M 1-5 L 2/23 vs. Houston 7-4 W 2/23 vs. Iowa St. 0-2 L 2/24 vs. So. Illinois 4-2 W 2/24 vs. Baylor 6-9 L 2/25 vs. Oregon 0-8 L 2/25 @ New Mexico St. 6-9 L 3/3 Purdue 0-4 L 3/3 La. Tech 3-2 W 3/4 UT Arlington 2-1 W 3/4 Loyola of Chicago 5-4 W 3/9 vs. La.-Lafayette 2-7 L 3/9 vs. La.-Monroe 3-4 L 3/10 vs. North Carolina 2-10 L 3/15 @ Sacramento St. 12-6 W 3/16 vs. Louisville 0-8 L 3/16 vs. Louisville 0-8 L 3/16 vs. Morehead St. 9-0 W 3/16 vs. New Mexico 2-6 L 3/17 vs. San Jose St. 2-1 W 3/17 vs. Texas Tech 5-8 L 3/20 @ Fresno St. 0-8 L 3/20 @ Fresno St. 0-8 L 3/23 @ Centenary 10-2 W 3/24 New Mexico 1-11 L 3/24 Brown 6-3 W 3/24 Centenary 9-0 W 3/25 New Mexico 0-4 L 4/5 St. Mary’s 8-3 W 4/5 St. Mary’s 4-6 L 4/11 UTSA 3-4 L 4/11 UTSA 0-5 L 4/14 St. Edward’s 6-5 W 4/14 St. Edward’s 4-1 W 4/18 @ Texas 0-1 L 4/19 @ Texas 2-3 L 4/21 @ Centenary 1-5 L 4/21 @ Centenary 5-1 W 4/22 @ Centenary 7-0 W 4/25 Southwest Texas St. 0-7 L 4/15 Southwest Texas St. 1-5 L 4/28 Texas So. 8-0 W 4/29 Texas So. 1-2 L 4/29 Texas So. 8-0 W

2002 Season Record: 35-30 H: 21-6 A: 5-17 N: 9-7 Head Coach: Natasha Dumoski 2/1 vs. Houston 0-7 L 2/1 vs. Southwest Texas St. 2-4 L 2/2 vs. Oregon 1-6 L 2/2 vs. Texas Tech 5-8 L 2/3 vs. Houston 1-2 L 2/6 @ Texas 0-3 L 2/6 @ Texas 4-7 L 2/10 La.-Lafayette 1-5 L 2/10 La.-Lafayette 0-2 L 2/15 vs. La.-Monroe 4-0 W 2/16 vs. Middle Tenn. St. 1-0 W 2/16 vs. Troy St. 2-1 W 2/16 vs. Centenary 7-0 W 2/17 vs. Troy St. 3-2 W 2/17 @ La.-Monroe 5-0 W 2/22 vs. Miami of Ohio 7-0 W 2/22 vs. UTSA 4-2 W 2/23 SMS 0-1 L 2/23 Miami of Ohio 3-2 W 2/23 vs. SMS 4-3 W 2/24 UTSA 0-3 L 2/28 @ UC-Riverside 1-2 L 2/28 @ UC-Riverside 1-0 W 3/1 @ UCLA 1-9 L 3/1 @ UCLA 0-8 L 3/2 vs. Florida 8-2 W 3/2 vs. Florida 1-2 L 3/3 vs. Purdue 9-0 W 3/3 vs. Purdue 4-7 L 3/3 La. Tech 3-2 W 3/7 @ Oklahoma 4-5 L 3/7 vs. Wichita St. 3-4 L 3/8 vs. Creighton 3-2 W 3/8 vs. Oklahoma 0-10 L 3/9 vs. Wichita St. 5-0 W 3/10 vs. Creighton 10-1 W 3/13 Sam Houston St. 9-0 W 3/13 Sam Houston St. 3-0 W 3/14 Stephen F. Austin 10-2 W 3/14 Stephen F. Austin 5-0 W 3/20 UTSA 2-0 W 3/20 UTSA 3-2 W 3/27 McNeese St. 3-2 W 3/27 McNeese St. 4-2 W 3/30 New Mexico St. 3-1 W 3/30 New Mexico St. 6-0 W 4/3 @ Texas Tech 8-2 W 4/3 @ Texas Tech 0-2 L 4/4 @ Baylor 1-2 L 4/4 @ Baylor 3-2 W 4/6 Southwest Texas St. 4-3 W 4/6 Southwest Texas St. 0-3 L 4/14 St. Edward’s 2-1 W 4/14 St. Edward’s 4-3 W 4/20 Centenary 3-0 W 4/20 Centenary 2-0 W 4/21 Centenary 1-0 W 4/23 @ UTSA 5-9 L 4/23 @ UTSA 4-6 L 4/27 @ Centenary 1-5 L 4/27 @ Centenary 2-3 L 4/28 @ Centenary 2-3 L 5/1 Houston 1-2 L 5/1 Houston 3-2 W 5/4 @ LSU 0-11 L 5/4 @ LSU 2-7 L

2003 Season Record: 31-24 Big South Conference Champions H: 11-6 A: 9-9 N: 11-9 Conference: 3-3 Head Coach: Missy Dickerson 1/31 vs. Oregon 0-10 L 1/31 vs. Texas Tech 4-0 W 2/1 vs. Arkansas 3-0 W 2/1 vs. Houston 4-5 L 2/2 @ Southwest Texas St. 1-2 L 2/14 vs. SMS 4-1 W 2/15 vs. UTSA 4-1 W 2/15 vs. Texas 0-4 L 2/16 vs. Bethune-Cookman 4-3 W 2/16 vs. Wichita St. 4-0 W 2/21 @ New Mexico St. 4-3 W 2/21 vs. Missouri 0-1 L 2/22 vs. Colorado St. 2-3 L 2/22 vs. Western Illinois 1-5 L 2/23 vs. Illinois-Chicago 2-1 W 2/27 Baylor 1-2 L 2/28 Wichita St. 5-0 W 2/28 vs. Eastern Michigan 0-2 L 3/1 vs. New Mexico 0-7 L 3/2 Texas Tech 9-0 W 3/4 Eastern Michigan 10-0 W 3/4 Eastern Michigan 3-1 W 3/14 vs. Connecticut 2-0 W 3/14 vs. Western Illinois 3-4 L 3/16 vs. Iowa St. 2-0 W 3/21 @ Coastal Carolina* 3-1 W 3/21 @ Coastal Carolina* 0-1 L 3/22 @ Winthrop* 0-1 L 3/22 @ Winthrop* 5-2 W 3/23 vs. Liberty* 2-0 W 3/23 vs. Liberty* 4-5 L 3/29 Centenary 3-0 W 3/29 Centenary 6-0 W 3/30 Centenary 8-0 W 4/2 Southwest Texas St. 1-2 L 4/2 Southwest Texas St. 1-0 W 4/5 Stephen F. Austin 2-0 W 4/6 Stephen F. Austin 1-4 L 4/6 Stephen F. Austin 5-1 W 4/9 UTSA 3-0 W 4/9 UTSA 2-4 L 4/16 @ Texas A&M 0-7 L 4/16 @ Texas A&M 1-6 L 4/25 @ Texas 1-2 L 4/26 @ Centenary 2-0 W 4/26 @ Centenary 0-3 L 4/27 @ Centenary 2-0 W 5/8 vs. Liberty^ 1-0 W 5/8 vs. Radford^ 17-1 W 5/9 vs. Coastal Carolina^ 1-2 L 5/9 @ Winthrop^ 5-0 W 5/10 vs. Coastal Carolina^ 3-1 W 5/10 vs. Coastal Carolina^ 3-0 W 5/15 @ Texas% 0-4 L 5/15 vs. Hawai’i% 0-2 L * - Big South Conference Game ^ - Big South Tournament Game % - NCAA South Regional Game

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Year-By-Year Results

2004 Season Record: 39-21 Big South Conference Champions H: 8-6 A: 7-4 N: 24-11 Conference: 9-3 Head Coach: Missy Dickerson 2/6 vs. Texas Tech 1-0 W 2/6 vs. Tulsa 3-6 L 2/7 vs. New Mexico St. 1-0 W 2/7 vs. UTSA 3-2 W 2/8 @ Texas St. 1-3 L 2/14 vs. La.-Monroe 0-8 L 2/14 vs. Baylor 3-2 W 2/15 vs. Northern Iowa 1-0 W 2/15 vs. Sam Houston St. 4-5 L 2/15 @ Houston 4-3 W 2/18 @ No. 14 Texas 1-7 L 2/18 @ No. 14 Texas 2-3 L 2/20 vs. Illinois 0-1 L 2/20 vs. Boston 2-10 L 2/21 vs. Boston 5-2 W 2/21 vs. Illinois 0-7 L 2/22 @ No. 15 Texas A&M 0-4 L 2/27 Minnesota 2-1 W 2/28 Prairie View A&M 4-0 W 2/29 Minnesota 2-1 W 2/29 Prairie View A&M 0-1 L 3/6 Stephen F. Austin 3-11 L 3/6 Bowling Green 2-0 W 3/6 Stephen F. Austin 0-1 L 3/7 Bowling Green 1-3 L 3/7 Stephen F. Austin 4-1 W 3/12 vs. Providence 8-2 W 3/12 vs. Alabama St. 14-1 W 3/13 vs. Marshall 7-1 W 3/13 vs. Monmouth 5-1 W 3/14 vs. East Tennessee St. 3-0 W 3/14 Ohio St. 6-0 W 3/16 vs. Coastal Carolina* 1-0 W 3/16 vs. Coastal Carolina* 1-2 L 3/17 vs. Charleston So.* 6-1 W 3/17 vs. Charleston So.* 1-0 W 3/18 @ Winthrop* 2-3 L 3/18 @ Winthrop* 15-5 W 3/19 vs. Radford* 2-0 W 3/19 vs. Radford* 3-4 L 3/20 vs. Birm.-So.* 3-0 W 3/20 vs. Brim.-So.* 7-1 W 3/21 vs. Liberty* 1-0 W 3/21 vs. Liberty* 5-1 W 4/3 Texas So. 14-2 W 4/3 Texas So. 8-0 W 4/14 Texas St. 1-0 W 4/14 Texas St. 3-1 W 4/20 @ Texas So. 14-2 W 4/20 @ Texas So. 8-0 W 4/21 @ La.-Lafayette 3-0 W 4/21 @ La.-Lafayette 2-1 W 4/22 @ McNeese St. 4-1 W 4/22 @ McNeese St. 2-1 W 4/13 vs. Birm.-So.^ 1-0 W 4/14 vs. Coastal Carolina^ 7-0 W 4/15 vs. Winthrop^ 3-0 W 4/20 vs. No. 3 LSU% 0-4 L 4/21 vs. Houston% 0-1 L * - Big South Conference Game ^ - Big South Tournament Game % - NCAA South Regional Game

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2005 Season Record: 42-11 Big South Conference Champions H: 12-2 A: 11-4 N: 19-5 Conference: 6-4 Head Coach: Missy Dickerson 2/4 vs. Wichita St. 1-0 W 2/4 vs. Texas Tech 2-0 W 2/5 vs. Northern Colorado 3-1 W 2/5 vs. UT Arlington 1-0 W 2/11 Prairie View A&M 10-0 W 2/11 Prairie View A&M 9-1 W 2/12 vs. Texas-El Paso 8-0 W 2/12 vs. Centenary 2-1 W 2/13 vs. North Texas 1-0 W 2/13 vs. UTSA 0-5 L 2/18 Arkansas 2-0 W 2/20 UT Arlington 5-0 W 2/20 Sam Houston St. 8-0 W 2/25 vs. Southwest Missouri 2-0 W 2/25 vs. Western Michigan 4-3 W 2/26 @ North Texas 4-2 W 3/4 vs. Centenary 7-2 W 3/4 @ Texas Tech 2-0 W 3/5 vs. New Mexico 7-6 W 3/5 vs. UC Riverside 1-0 W 3/10 @ Texas So. 8-0 W 3/10 @ Texas So. 13-0 W 3/11 @ Prairie View A&M 0-2 L 3/11 @ Prairie View A&M 9-0 W 3/14 @ Winthrop* 1-0 W 3/14 @ Winthrop* 1-4 L 3/15 vs. Liberty* 2-1 W 3/15 vs. Liberty* 1-2 L 3/18 vs. Birmingham So.* 3-0 W 3/18 vs. Birmingham So.* 9-8 W 3/19 vs. Radford* 4-2 W 3/19 vs. Radford* 1-5 L 3/20 vs. Coastal Carolina* 12-0 W 3/20 vs. Coastal Carolina* 2-3 L 4/2 Houston 1-0 W 4/2 Houston 2-0 W 4/6 UTSA 2-0 W 4/6 UTSA 3-7 L 4/12 Texas St. 0-3 L 4/12 Texas St. 3-2 W 4/14 @ Stephen F. Austin 1-0 W 4/14 @ Stephen F. Austin 7-5 W 4/20 @ Texas 1-2 L 4/20 @ Texas 6-1 W 4/23 Texas So. 2-0 W 4/23 Texas So. 2-1 W 5/12 vs. Liberty^ 8-0 W 5/12 vs. Radford^ 4-0 W 5/13 vs. Winthrop^ 2-0 W 5/13 vs. Winthrop^ 1-0 W 5/20 vs. Mississippi St.% 0-1 L 5/21 vs. Massachusetts% 6-2 W 5/21 vs. Texas% 1-2 L * - Big South Conference Game ^ - Big South Tournament Game % - NCAA South Regional Game

2006 Season Record: 10-35 H: 3-3 A: 2-17 N: 5-15 Conference: 2-10 Head Coach: Dawn Wuthrich 2/10 vs. Kansas 1-15 L 2/11 vs. Oregon 0-8 L 2/12 vs. Florida 1-16 L 2/12 vs. Houston 6-9 L 2/17 vs. Samford 1-0 W 2/17 vs. Northwestern St. 4-2 W 2/18 vs. Baylor 0-14 L 2/18 vs. Sam Houston St. 0-8 L 2/19 vs. Houston 2-12 L 2/26 vs. Southern 5-1 W 3/3 vs. Houston 0-5 L 3/3 @ Texas 7-1 L 3/4 vs. Mississippi 1-6 L 3/4 @ Texas 1-3 L 3/5 vs. Mississippi 3-1 W 3/9 @ UTSA 1-9 L 3/9 @ UTSA 3-7 L 3/13 vs. Winthrop* 1-3 L 3/13 vs. Winthrop* 0-9 L 3/14 vs. Liberty* 3-9 L 3/14 vs. Liberty* 2-3 L 3/15 vs. Charleston So.* 5-1 W 3/15 vs. Charleston So.* 5-2 W 3/17 @ Coastal Carolina* 0-9 L 3/17 @ Coastal Carolina* 0-7 L 3/18 vs. Birmingham So.* 1-2 L 3/18 vs. Birmingham So.* 1-2 L 3/19 vs. Radford* 1-4 L 3/19 vs. Radford* 0-3 L 4/1 @ La.-Lafayette 1-9 L 4/1 @ La.-Lafayette 0-8 L 4/4 @ UT Arlington 1-4 L 4/4 @ UT Arlington 0-8 L 4/5 @ North Texas 2-10 L 4/5 @ North Texas 2-4 L 4/19 UTSA 0-3 L 4/19 UTSA 1-3 L 4/20 Texas St. 1-0 W 4/20 Texas St. 6-3 W 4/27 UT Arlington 5-4 W 4/27 UT Arlington 0-6 L 5/12 vs. Birmingham So.^ 0-8 L 5/12 vs. Charleston So.^ 3-2 W 5/13 vs. Liberty^ 1-4 L * - Big South Conference Game ^ - Big South Tournament Game


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Year-By-Year Results

2007 Season Record: 12-38 H: 6-11 A: 3-18 N: 3-9 Conference: 5-25 Head Coach: Dawn Wuthrich 2/9 vs. Kentucky 0-10 L 2/9 vs. Baylor 3-8 L 2/10 vs. So. Miss. 2-3 L 2/10 vs. Stephen F. Austin 5-9 L 2/11 vs. Baylor 1-3 L 2/16 vs. North Texas 1-10 L 2/16 vs. San Diego St. 2-10 L 2/17 @ Texas 2-4 L 2/17 vs. San Diego St. 3-8 L 2/18 vs. North Texas 8-3 W 2/23 vs. Iowa St. 6-2 W 2/23 @ Houston 0-7 L 2/24 vs. McNeese St. 5-3 W 2/25 vs. New Mexico St. 3-4 L 2/25 vs. McNeese St. 3-7 L 2/27 UTSA* 3-1 W 2/27 UTSA* 1-5 L 2/28 UTSA* 3-4 L 3/3 @ Northwestern St.* 4-5 L 3/3 @ Northwestern St.* 5-6 L 3/4 @ Northwestern St.* 8-12 L 3/7 Prairie View A&M 5-0 W 3/7 Prairie View A&M 14-1 W 3/10 Stephen F. Austin* 0-1 L 3/10 Stephen F. Austin* 0-6 L 3/11 Stephen F. Austin* 0-5 L 3/17 @ Sam Houston St.* 6-12 L 3/17 @ Sam Houston St.* 3-6 L 3/18 @ Sam Houston St.* 2-10 L 3/24 McNeese St.* 1-0 W 3/24 McNeese St.* 0-2 L 3/25 McNeese St.* 5-3 W 4/6 @ UT Arlington* 0-7 L 4/6 @ UT Arlington* 2-10 L 4/7 @ UT Arlington* 4-7 L 4/11 @ Texas A&M 0-9 L 4/14 Southeastern La.* 0-6 L 4/14 Southeastern La.* 7-6 W 4/15 Southeastern La. * 0-1 L 4/21 @ Central Arkansas* 3-4 L 4/21 @ Central Arkansas* 5-8 L 4/22 @ Central Arkansas* 8-5 W 4/24 @ Prairie View A&M 11-0 W 4/24 @ Prairie View A&M 14-2 W 4/28 @ Nicholls* 1-2 L 4/28 @ Nicholls* 0-4 L 4/29 @ Nicholls* 2-5 L 5/5 Texas St.* 2-3 L 5/5 Texas St.* 3-8 L 5/6 Texas St.* 0-2 L * - Southland Conference Game

2008 Season Record: 21-32 H: 11-10 A: 6-18 N: 4-4 Conference: 11-19 Head Coach: Jake Schumann 2/9 Houston Baptist 2-5 L 2/9 Houston Baptist 5-1 W 2/15 vs. Army 9-7 W 2/15 vs. DePaul 0-2 L 2/16 vs. DePaul 3-4 L 2/17 vs. Army 8-0 W 2/17 @ Houston 0-8 L 2/22 vs. Indiana St. 11-5 W 2/22 vs. Utah Valley 9-0 W 2/23 vs. Oklahoma St. 8-12 L 2/24 vs. Samford 6-7 L 2/24 @ New Mexico St. 0-9 L 2/26 @ UTSA* 8-4 W 2/26 @ UTSA* 3-1 W 2/27 @ UTSA* 1-6 L 3/5 Prarie View A&M 6-0 W 3/5 Prarie View A&M 8-0 W 3/1 @ Texas St.* 0-4 L 3/1 @ Texas St.* 2-5 L 3/2 @ Texas St.* 0-7 L 3/8 Northwestern St.* 10-1 W 3/8 Northwestern St.* 8-0 W 3/9 Northwestern St.* 6-5 W 3/15 @ Stephen F. Austin* 0-11 L 3/15 @ Stephen F. Austin* 4-8 L 3/16 @ Stephen F. Austin* 0-7 L 3/21 Sam Houston St.* 0-5 L 3/21 Sam Houston St.* 7-5 W 3/22 Sam Houston St.* 1-4 L 3/29 @ McNeese St.* 5-6 L 3/29 @ McNeese St.* 5-6 L 3/30 @ McNeese St.* 6-7 L 4/2 A&M-Kingsville 4-6 L 4/2 A&M-Kingsville 5-1 W 4/4 @ Arkansas 2-11 L 4/5 @ Arkansas 1-8 L 4/5 @ Arkansas 1-5 L 4/8 @ Prairie View A&M 15-12 W 4/8 @ Prairie View A&M 11-1 W 4/12 UT Arlington* 2-6 L 4/12 UT Arlington* 0-2 L 4/13 UT Arlington* 5-3 W 4/19 @ Southeastern La.* 15-8 W 4/19 @ Southeastern La.* 14-8 W 4/20 @ Southeastern La.* 1-6 L 4/25 Central Arkansas* 7-3 W 4/25 Central Arkansas* 2-4 L 4/26 Central Arkansas* 7-2 W 5/1 @ Texas 2-10 L 5/1 @ Texas 0-8 L 5/3 Nicholls* 3-6 L 5/3 Nicholls* 2-6 L 5/4 Nicholls* 0-2 L * - Southland Conference Game

2009 Season Record: 23-31 H: 13-13 A: 9-14 N: 1-4 Conference: 12-16 Head Coach: Jake Schumann 2/6 vs Jacksonville 0-1 L 2/6 vs Auburn 0-2 L 2/7 vs Louisville 0-2 L 2/7 @ FIU 2-10 L 2/8 vs North Carolina 0-2 L 2/10 Houston Baptist 8-4 W 2/10 Houston Baptist 6-1 W 2/13 North Texas 4-3 L 2/14 Creighton 3-2 W 2/14 Indiana St. 8-7 W 2/15 Detroit Mercy 9-3 W 2/20 Minnesota 1-5 L 2/20 Loyola-Chicago 5-1 W 2/21 vs Dayton 8-0 W 2/21 Pittsburgh 0-7 L 2/24 UTSA 0-6 L 2/24 UTSA 0-8 L 2/25 UTSA 1-6 L 2/28 @ Nicholls 0-4 L 2/28 @ Nicholls 2-4 L 3/1 @ Nicholls 0-2 L 3/5 Texas 5-0 W 3/5 Texas 8-9 L 3/7 Texas St. 1-8 L 3/7 Texas St. 3-9 L 3/8 Texas St. 2-8 L 3/15 @ Northwestern St. 8-4 W 3/15 @ Northwestern St. 7-0 W 3/17 @ Louisiana Tech 5-1 W 3/17 @ Louisiana Tech 8-9 L 3/18 @ ULM 1-6 L 3/18 @ ULM 6-7 L 3/19 @ Centenary 5-6 L 3/21 Stephen F. Austin 2-8 L 3/21 Stephen F. Austin 7-3 W 3/22 Stephen F. Austin 7-0 W 3/28 at Sam Houston St. 2-4 L 3/28 at Sam Houston St. 3-5 L 3/29 at Sam Houston St. 3-1 W 4/2 @ Texas 5-6 L 4/2 @ Texas 3-4 L 4/4 McNeese St. 0-2 L 4/4 McNeese St. 9-1 W 4/5 McNeese St. 2-0 W 4/18 @ UT Arlington 9-3 W 4/19 @ UT Arlington 8-1 W 4/19 @ UT Arlington 1-9 L 4/22 @ Houston Baptist 5-1 W 4/22 @ Houston Baptist 4-0 W 4/25 Southeastern La. 3-0 W 4/25 Southeastern La. 4-6 L 4/26 Southeastern La. 2-1 W 5/1 @ Central Arkansas 0-1 L 5/1 @ Central Arkansas 3-2 W * - Southland Conference Game

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The City of Corpus Christi... ...Center of the Coastal Bend

Quick Facts

• Population of 285,507 (8th Largest City in Texas) • The Corpus Christi area boasts 120 miles of Gulf Coast Beaches making it the 2nd most popular destination in Texas • City served by Corpus Christi International Airport • Major industries are petrochemical, military and tourism • Average temperature is 71.2 degrees with 255 days of sunshine • The cities of San Antonio and Austin are 130 and 200 miles north, while Houston is a 3-1/2 hour drive east

• Home of such attractions as the U.S.S. Lexington, Texas State Aquarium and Selena Memorial as well as the Museum of Science and History and South Texas Institute for Arts


Texas A&M-Corpus Christi... ...The Island University


Quick Facts

• Established in 1947 as the University of Corpus Christi • Part of The Texas A&M University System, a network of 11 universities, seven state agencies and a comprehensive health science center. • Designated a Hispanic-Serving Institution. • Enrollment of nearly 9,500 representing nearly all 50 states and over 60 other countries • Student-to-Faculty ratio of 18:1 • 240-acre campus on Ward Island with beach frontage and neighboring natural wetlands • 137 additional acres recently acquired for expansion • Bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees in the five colleges: Business, Education, Liberal Arts, Nursing and Health Sciences and Science and Technology • More than 70 Percent of students have some form of financial assistance • Apartment-style residences on water located on campus


Texas A&M-Corpus Christi... ...Dugan Wellness Center

The Dugan Wellness Center

• First Phase Opened in January of 2009 as Islanders hosted UTSA in men’s basketball • Houses the Texas A&M-Corpus Christi athletic administration offices • Home to the Islander volleyball team and select men’s and women’s basketball games • Gym has a 1,200-seat capacity • Houses a 9,000 square-foot weight room and cardio theater • Two Regulation-Size Basketball Courts • Indoor jogging track and additional gym space part of second phase • Will connect to Island Hall which is currently underconstruction and will house a state-of-the-art Athletic Training Facility


Texas A&M-Corpus Christi... ...Athletic Facilities

Basketball

The Islander basketball teams play their home games in the American Bank Center which holds 8,500 fans. The arena opened in time for the 2004-05 seasons, boasts 12 suites and is connected to the Convention Center.

Baseball

Whataburger Field - one of the top minor league baseball venues in

- is the site of several Islander games each season.The the country

team is a regular participant in the

Whataburger College Classic.The field is aslo the site of the 2009 and 2010 Southland Confference Baseball Tournaments.


Golf

The Islander women’s golf team practices and hosts its annual spring tournament at the

Corpus

Christi Country Club.They also

practice at several other courses throughout the

Coastal Bend.

Track & Field

The track and field teams train at Cabanis Field in Corpus Christi. A new track facility is part of the proposed Momentum Park.

Tennis

The men’s and women’s teams play at several facilities around the Coastal Bend.The men host the HEB Tournament of Champions at the HEB Tennis Center. A new facility is to be part of Momentum Park with groundbreaking scheduled in 2009-10.

Baseball & Softball

Chapman Field is the on-campus home of the Islander baseball and softball teams. The fields

are currently undergoing several renovations.


Texas A&M-Corpus Christi... ...Center for Athletic Academic Services

The goal of the Center for Athletic Academic Services is to provide services that enhance the academic experience, assist in the retention and development of student-athletes. CAAS promotes the department’s CHAMPS/ Life Skills and CHOICES programs and the five commitment areas (commitment to academic excellence, athletic excellence, personal development, career development and service). Among the services offered are study hall, a computer lab, tutoring, as well as learning assistants. Scholastic supervisors work with the department, students, coaches, faculty and staff to coordinate an athlete’s schedule, academic eligibility, and provide support. The CAAS is located on the second floor of Classroom East is directed by Jennifer Baker. She is assisted by Bailey Wilson, Kayleigh McCauley and Alfonso Ramos.

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Texas A&M-Corpus Christi... ...Athletic Training

Along with starting a new intercollegiate athletic program from ground zero, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi began building its athletic training program during the 1999-2000 campaign to help care for the student-athlete. Under the direction of Jerry Hilker, the Director of Athletic Training, assistant athletic trainers Julie Ellena, Dan Huffman, and graduate assistants Elissa Jaime, Liz Laird and Tracey Oakes, Islanders receive the best care in the prevention and rehabilitation of injuries. Support is provided by a handful of team doctors and student athletic trainers enrolled in the athletic training program. The athletic training facility will be moving into Island Hall in May of 2010 providing state-of-the-art 3,500-sq. feet of space, a Hydroworks hydrotherapy pool, increased office space and numerous other amenities for the care of student athletes.

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Texas A&M-Corpus Christi... ...President Flavius Killebrew Dr. Flavius C. Killebrew became the tenth President of Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi on January 6, 2005, appointed by The Texas A&M University System Board of Regents. Dr. Killebrew came to the University from Canyon, where he was Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs at West Texas A&M University (WTAMU). He was born and raised in the Texas Panhandle town of Canadian, where he worked the family ranch alongside his father and three brothers. He earned bachelor’s degrees from WTAMU in 1971 and a year later was awarded his master’s degree. In 1976, Dr. Killebrew received a doctorate in zoology from the University of Arkansas. That same year he returned to WTAMU as a Professor of biology and moved through the faculty ranks, achieving tenured professor rank in 1988. He was named Director of the Graduate School, a title that changed to Dean of the Graduate School and Research in 1991. He was appointed interim Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs in 1994 and the following year, the appointment was made permanent. The author of more than 60 journal articles, Dr. Killebrew is still an avid researcher and frequent presenter at conferences and conventions. Based largely on his efforts and expertise, the Cagle’s Map Turtle Graptemys caglei has been recommended for listing as a threatened species. Dr. Killebrew is active in several educational organizations, including the Association of Texas Colleges and Universities, the American Association of State Colleges and Universities, the Texas International Education Consortium and the Council of Public University Presidents and Chancellors. He is also on the Advisory Board of the Texas A&M University Press and the editorial review boards of several academic publications. In addition, he

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serves on the boards of the USS Lexington, the South Texas Institute for the Arts, and the American Bank Advisory Board. Dr. Killebrew is married to the former Kathy Bartley, and they have a daughter and granddaughter.


Texas A&M-Corpus Christi... ...Athletic director Tim Fitzpatrick Timothy Fitzpatrick was named the third athletic director in the history of the Texas A&M-Corpus Christi athletic department on Wednesday, Aug. 19 after spending the past four seasons in a senior leadership role in the Indiana University athletic department. He fills the position that had been vacated since 2008. Prior to joining the Islanders, Fitzpatrick had served since January 2005 as the senior associate athletic director at Indiana. With the Hoosiers, he was responsible for internal administration of the department, oversaw capital construction and facilities management, and had oversight of the football and women’s basketball programs. Additionally, Fitzpatrick managed IU’s external units, including marketing, ticket operations, licensing, merchandising, department website, and publications. During his tenure, he helped the department negotiate a $21,000,000 contract with Adidas and worked extensively with Learfield Sports/IU Sports Properties and the Big Ten Network, who brought a combined $9,000,000 in revenue to the program each year. He also saw his area help generate $1,971,183 in ticket sales revenue in excess of budgeted projections, a 15-percent improvement. Fitzpatrick came to IU after spending the previous five years as COO and associate athletics director for external operations at the U.S. Military Academy. Fitzpatrick directed a fundraising effort that saw Army’s donor base grow from 750 to 6,700 and funds grow from $500,000 to $1.8 million. He also cultivated the Army Sports Network from two radio stations to 18, including 50,000-watt WEPN-AM 1050 in New York City. During his tenure at West Point, corporate sponsorship revenue jumped from $250,000 to $920,000. Fitzpatrick arrived at West Point from the University of North Carolina-Charlotte, where he served as the associate athletics director for external affairs and executive director of the athletic foundation. Fitzpatrick’s work at Charlotte resulted in a 26-percent increase in annual gifts and a 39-percent increase in planned gifts. Prior to Army and Charlotte, Fitzpatrick served in a similar role at the University of Pittsburgh. In addition to serving as the men’s basketball sport administrator, he directed a staff that generated a school record $1.4 million in sponsorship revenue and a $125,000 increase in annual giving. Fitzpatrick was a senior associate athletics director at the University of North Texas from May 1994 to June 1996. He

was instrumental in UNT’s transition from NCAA Division I-AA football to the Big West Conference, and during the 1994 football season, North Texas was one of three programs nationally to have every football game televised in its home market.This local television package generated more than $700,000 in corporate sponsorship revenue. He gained considerable experience as Assistant Commissioner of the Southwest Conference from 1992-94. Fitzpatrick negotiated a $2.25 million, three-year men’s basketball tournament title sponsorship with the Dr. Pepper Company, and he also oversaw the league’s national and local television syndication efforts. Fitzpatrick began his athletic administration career as the assistant marketing director at Army before moving on to Virginia Commonwealth as the director of marketing and Ticket Sales (1984-87) and Assistant Athletics Director for Marketing and Public Relations from 1987-92. A 1981 graduate of Hampden-Sydney College with a bachelor’s degree in English, Fitzpatrick earned his master’s degree in sports administration from Ohio University in 1982. Tim is married to Kerry Marks, and they have a son, James.

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Texas A&M-Corpus Christi... ...Athletic Administration

Debby Aelvoet Business Specialist

Aaron Ames Athletic Media Relations Director

Jennifer Baker Center for Athletic Academic Services Dir.

Mary Barnes Athletic Training Education Program Dir.

Mark Bohling Assistant AD Facilities & Operations

Josh Brown Assistant Director Athletic Media Relations

Alamar Cavada Athletic Marketing Director

Julie Ellena Assistant Athletic Trainer

Tim Fitzpatrick Athletic Director

Swint Friday Faculty Athletic Representative

Arthur Haas Associate AD Development

Suzette Hamer Senior Secretary

Sean Kelly Athletic Ticket Director

Scott Lazenby Associate AD Compliance

Alfonso Ramos Academic Program Assistant

Amy Robertson Senior Secretary

Lauren Harris Strength & Conditioning Director

Kayleigh McCauley Scholastic Coordinator

Jerry Hilker Head Athletic Trainer

Stephen McClung Compliance Coordinator

Dan Huffman Associate Athletic Trainer

David Parr Athletic Operations Manager

Samantha Thomas Athletic Marketing Coordinator

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Dan Karpanty Ticket Manager

Ed Posaski Assistant AD Business

Mike Vamosi Athletic Media Relations Intern

Bailey Wilson Senior Scholastic Coordinator


Texas A&M-Corpus Christi... ...Coaching Staff

Cy Alexander Associate Head Coach Men’s Basketball

Rachel Altman Assistant Coach Volleyball

Carol Blackmar SWA/Head Coach Women’s Golf

Randy Bungard Head Coach Track & Field

Perry Clark Head Coach Men’s Basketball

Kim Dowell Assistant Coach Women’s Basketball

Shawn Flanagan Director of Cross Country/T&F

Teresa Flores Assistant Coach Softball

Geoff Grawn Assistant Coach Women’s Basketball

Tony Graystone Head Coach Volleyball

Jason Holland Associate Head Coach M&W Tennis

Scott Malone Head Coach Baseball

Brian Merritt Assistant Coach Men’s Basketball

Steve Moore Director of Men’s & Women’s Tennis

Kevin Norris Assistant Coach Men’s Basketball

Kendra Potts Assistant Coach Volleyball

Chris Ramirez Assistant Coach Baseball

Robert Robinson Head Coach Women’s Basketball

Jake Schumann Head Coach Softball

Marty Smith Assistant Coach Baseball

Rachel Townsend Assistant Coach Softball

Deb Roof Associate Head Coach Women’s Basketball

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In

This is the

an era of considerable change in inter-

collegiate athletics, the

Southland Conference continues to be a model of innovation, stability and consistent achievement as it celebrates the academic and athletic accomplishments of its member institutions.

What

began as a small gather-

ing of college administrators more than

45

years ago, the

Southland Conference

has transformed itself into a dynamic and

12 member univerBeginning with a historic meeting of five institutions in Dallas on March 15, 1963, that included current members Lamar University (then Lamar State College of Technology) and the University of Texas at Arlington (then Arlington State College), the Southland Conference set on respected consortium of sities in three states.

an extraordinary course that has proven successful well into its fifth decade of existence.

On July 1, 2006, the Southland Conference commemorated another milestone as the league membership reached 12, marking the largest configuration ever for the organization. The addition of the

UniCentral Arkansas and Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi expanded the Southland into the Little Rock metro area and into the eighth largest city in Texas. Central Arkansas and A&M-Corpus Christi enhanced the Southland Conference in innumerable ways, including athletic and academic successes, strong and principled leadership, and strong fan support and media coverage. In addition to its two newest members, the Southland Conference lineup also consists of Lamar University, McNeese State University, Nicholls State University, Northwestern State University, Sam Houston State University, Southeastern Louisiana University, Stephen F. Austin State University, the University of Texas at Arlington, the University of Texas at San Antonio, and Texas State University-San Marcos. All told, the revised membership of the Southland encompasses more than 180,000 current students and an alumni base of approximately 920,000. Famous alums from Southland Conference schools include former President Lyndon B. Johnson (Texas State), former CBS news anchor Dan Rather (Sam Houston State), retired U.S. Central Command General Tommy Franks (UT Arlington), NBA executive Joe Dumars (McNeese State), ABC news anchor Robin versity of

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Roberts (Southeastern Louisiana), country music star George Strait (Texas State), Major League Baseball stars Hunter Pence (UT Arlington), Kevin Millar (Lamar) and Ben Broussard (McNeese State), NBA legend Scottie Pippen (Central Arkansas) and actor Lou Diamond Phillips (UT Arlington). The Southland sponsors 17 championship sports, all at the NCAA Division I level. The eight men’s sports include baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, tennis, and indoor and outdoor track and field. The women compete for nine championships in basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, softball, tennis, indoor and outdoor track and field, and volleyball. The Con-

ference earns automatic qualification to

land also has its share of tradition with

NCAA championships in baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s cross country, football, men’s and women’s golf, women’s soccer, softball, men’s and women’s tennis, and volleyball. Southland Conference football ranks among the best Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) leagues in the nation, and

Louisiana-Monroe advancing to the 1985 NCAA Women’s Final Four, and Stephen F. Austin sustaining itself as one of the most

enjoys an annual expectation of competing for the national championship with multiple

NCAA playoffs each 2003, McNeese State finished the regular season ranked No. 1 in the nation, and advanced to the 2002 national championship contest, the sixth such title game appearance since the league joined FCS in 1982. teams advancing to the year. In

2002

and

In addition to football, the SouthConference can point to a number of accomplishments in all sports. Men’s basketball has experienced a land

tremendous amount of success during the

Southland’s 45-plus

years.

The league has NCAA Sweet Sixteen, as well as a squad to the NIT Final Four. Basketball stars Karl Malone, Joe Dumars, Jeff Foster, Dwight “Bo” Lamar, Andrew Toney, Devin Brown, and Mike Oliver played in the Southland Conference. In 2006, Northwestern State, playing as the No. 14 seed in the NCAA Tournament, defeated No. 3 seed Iowa, 64-63, in first-round action. In women’s basketball, the Southsent two teams to the

successful programs in the history of the sport. In

2008, the Ladyjacks became the sixth NCAA Division I history to record more than 800 wins, joining Tennessee, Louisiana Tech, Old Dominion, Texas and James Madison. Baseball has emerged as a huge Southland Conference strength with the program in

league earning numerous national rankings and

NCAA Tournament

berths. The

South-

land consistently ranks among the top-10 conferences in the country.

Major leaguBen Sheets, the league’s highest (10th in 1999 by the Milwaukee

ers such as draft pick


Southland Conference

Brewers), Micah Hoffpauir, Hunter Pence, David Segui, Brian Lawrence, Ben Broussard, Chuck Finley, Jerald Clark, and Terry Matthews once played in the league. Former UT Arlington shortstop, Trey Hillman, a threetime All-Southland selection from 198385, was named the manager for the Kansas City Royals following the 2007 season and coached the American League in the MLB All-Star Game this past July. Softball continues to enjoy success on a national level, as the league has knocked off at least one nationally ranked

1995, including a win by McNeese State over 19th-ranked LSU in 2009. In the 2003 NCAA Tournament, UT Arlington and Texas State enjoyed unprecedented success as each won two games in the national event. The Southland has a proud history in volleyball as UT Arlington has represented the conference eight times in the NCAA tournament, advancing all the way to the NCAA Volleyball Final Four in 1989. In 2006, Stephen F. Austin moved to the second round following an opening-round win against Alabama. Track and field has also served as a proud asset for the Southland Conference as the league has produced numerous national champions and Olympic medalists. The Southland boasts 27 men and three women student-athletes who have won NCAA track and field national championships, including A&M-Corpus Christi’s Shadrack Songok (10,000-meter run) in 2007 and 2008 and McNeese State’s Brad Gebauer (pole vault) in 2007. The league has also produced U.S. Olympic track and field medalists Earl Bell, Thomas Hill, Al Joyner and Charles Austin, Liudmila Litvinova, along with other Olympians. Golf has traditionally been a strong Southland sport as exemplified by Lamar men’s golfer Chris Stroud, who finished third individually at the 2003 NCAA National Championship and is a current member of the PGA Tour. The league has sent mulopponent since

tiple teams into postseason play on numerous occasions, including each of the previous two seasons with both

Lamar

and

UT Ar-

lington qualifying for a regional. Additionally,

Southland

tennis has also experi-

enced national prominence.

UT Arlington All-American Andy Leber was the 2002 ITA/

Many

of these programs provide positive life

skills training such as academics, citizenship

“The Southland Conference

and leadership to school-aged students in

serves to unite its members in

Southland communities.

celebrating academic success,

achieving competitive excellence,

With the F.L. McDonald Postgraduate Scholarship Award, the league annually honors one male and one female scholar-

promoting positive values and de-

veloping community relationships within a framework of efficiency, integrity and personal dignity.”

athlete with a stipend for postgraduate study.

The Scholar-Athlete Award

is given

to each institution’s male and female student-athlete with the highest grade-point average.

Ted Farnsworth National Senior Co-Player of the Year after a 43-3 record and earning the nation’s No. 2 ranking. In women’s tennis, Southeastern Louisiana won 46 consecutive conference matches during a four-year period that began in 2005.

Also,

student-athletes with grade

3.0 are honored on Southland’s annual All-Academic teams and Commissioner’s Honor Roll. point averages above the

conference has increased sponsorship

In addition to providing expanding opportunities for student-athletes, the Southland Conference and its member institutions are

and championships opportunities for female

very involved in various community outreach

The

student-athletes

in

recent

years, adding

programs.

women’s golf and soccer as league sports.

In 2007, Stephen F. Austin became the first Southland team to score a goal in the NCAA tournament, while Texas State became the first women’s golf program to compete in the NCAA tournament.

Many

of these programs provide

positive life skills training such as academics, citizenship and leadership to school-aged

in Southland communities. The Steve McCarty Citizenship Award, initiated in 2005-06 and named after the former Stephen F. Austin athletic director, properly recstudents

ognizes accomplishments off the court for a

The Southland Conference

has repeatedly

male and female student-athlete.

demonstrated its commitment to the academic and athletic success of its student-athletes. With the

F.L. McDonald Postgraduate Scholarship Award, the league annually honors one male and one female scholar-athlete with a stipend for postgraduate study.

The ScholarAthlete Award is given to each institution’s male and female student-athlete with the highest grade-point average. Also, student-athletes with grade-point averages above 3.0 are honored on the Southland’s annual All-Academic teams and Commissioner’s Honor Roll. In

addition to providing expanding for student-athletes, Southland Conference and its

opportunities the

member institutions are very involved in various community outreach programs.

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2010 Southland Preseason Polls Coaches Poll

Texas State Stephen F. Austin UTSA Sam Houston State McNeese State UT Arlington Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Nicholls Central Arkansas Southeastern Louisiana Northwestern State

99 (9) 91 (1) 68 64 63 (1) 52 51 43 32 19 14

Sports Information Director Poll

Texas State Stephen F. Austin UTSA Sam Houston State McNeese State UT Arlington Nicholls Central Arkansas Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Southeastern Louisiana Northwestern State

99 (9) 84 (1) 82 63 60 (1) 57 44 35 33 26 18

Preseason All-Southland Teams

First Team Pos Name 1B Kayla Gutowski* 2B Ashley Struchtemeyer* 3B Briana Bishop* SS Hailey Wiginton* C Samantha Chumchal* OF Kendal Harper* OF Heather Fortenberry* OF Rudi Cantu* DP McKenzie Baack* UT Leah Boatright P Chandler Hall* P Monika Covington*

School Stephen F. Austin Stephen F. Austin Stephen F. Austin Sam Houston State UT Arlington Stephen F. Austin UT Arlington UTSA Texas State Texas State Texas State Stephen F. Austin

Class So. Jr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. So. Jr.

Hometown Tomball, Texas Plano, Texas College Station, Texas Friendswood, Texas Richwood, Texas Palmer, Texas Mesquite, Texas Alvin, Texas Round Rock, Texas Baytown, Texas Baytown, Texas Huffman, Texas

Second Team Pos Name 1B Krista Sitka* 2B Ashley Kappler 3B Jenna Emery* SS Molly Guidry* C Alaina Byars* OF Lindsey Langner* OF Sarah Garcia* OF Cassie Redman DP Morgan Mikulin* UT Katie Duhe P Lacey Gros* P Holli Hill*

School UTSA UTSA Texas State McNeese State Texas A&M-Corpus Christi McNeese State Central Arkansas Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Sam Houston State Southeastern Louisiana Nicholls Central Arkansas

Class Sr. So. Jr. Jr. So. Jr. Sr. So. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr.

Hometown Houston, Texas Lake Jackson, Texas Sugarland, Texas Arnaudville, La. Deer Park,Texas Pearland, Texas Sylmar, Calif. New Lennox, Ill. Huntsville, Texas Lutcher, La. Schriever, La. Boaz, Ala.

*Indicates 2009 All-Conference Selection – Automatic Preseason Selection

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2010 Softball Photo Roster

#1 Lauren Sanders Junior • Outfield Angelton

#2 Elena Crabtree Junior • Pitcher Montgomery

#3 Cassie Redmam Sophomore • Outfield New Lenox, Ill.

#4 Caley Jeter Junior • Infield Huntsville

#5 Sandy Schumann Sophomore • Infield Corpus Christi

#6 Alejia Cain Sophomore • Utility Buda

#7 Landry Moore Junior • Catcher Kingwood

#8 Margo Hurdt Senior • Designated Player Boerne

#9 Lauren Dodson Junior • Infield Grove, Okla.

#10 Alaina Byars Sophomore • Catcher Deer Park

#11 Brittany Tucker Junior • Catcher Tucson, Ariz.

#12 Kyrie Panter Junior • Outfield Miami, Okla.

#13 Addie Tallman Senior • Pitcher Wichita, Kan.

#15 Hannah Schwarz Sophomore • Outfield Kerrville

#18 Melissa Casey Junior • Infield Floresville

#21 Meagan McKinney Freshman • Infield New Braunfels

Head Coach Jake Schumann

#22 Kacie Smith Junior • Infield Waddell, Ariz.

#24 Morgan Seals Senior • Pitcher Willis

Assistant Coach Teresa Flores

#26 Alex Hutchinson Junior • Pitcher Poway, Calif.

Assistant Coach Rachel Townsend


2010 Islander Softball Schedule

Date Opponent Time Date Opponent Time Mar. 25 Texas 5:00 PM Feb. 11 Stanford% 12:00 PM Mar. 25 Texas 7:00 PM Feb. 12 McNeese State% 9:00 AM Mar. 27 Northwestern State* 1:00 PM Feb. 12 Hawaii% 1:00 PM Mar. 27 Northwestern State* 3:00 PM Feb. 13 Bracket Play% TBA Mar. 28 Northwestern State* 11:00 AM Feb. 18 Centenary@ 12:00 PM Apr. 2 Stephen F. Austin* 1:00 PM Feb. 19 Southern (La.)@ 2:00 PM Apr. 2 Stephen F. Austin 3:00 PM Feb. 20 Boston College@ 2:00 PM Apr. 3 Stephen F. Austin* 1:00 PM Feb. 21 Southern (La.)@ 12:00 PM Apr. 7 Prairie View 2:00 PM Feb. 21 Boston College@ 2:00 PM Apr. 7 Prairie View 4:00 PM Feb. 25 Houston Baptist# 3:00 PM Apr. 10 Sam Houston State* 1:00 PM Feb. 26 North Dakota# 2:00 PM Apr. 10 Sam Houston State* 3:00 PM Feb. 27 UL Monroe# 2:00 PM Apr. 11 Sam Houston State* 11:00 AM Feb. 28 North Dakota 12:00 PM Apr. 13 Prairie View 2:00 PM Feb. 28 UL Monroe 2:00 PM Apr. 13 Prairie View 4:00 PM Mar. 2 UTSA* 5:00 PM Apr. 17 McNeese State* 1:00 PM Mar. 2 UTSA* 7:00 PM Apr. 17 McNeese State* 3:00 PM Mar. 3 UTSA* 1:00 PM Apr. 18 McNeese State* 12:00 PM Mar. 6 Central Arkansas* 1:00 PM Apr. 24 Houston Baptist 1:00 PM Mar. 6 Central Arkansas* 3:00 PM Apr. 24 Houston Baptist 3:00 PM Mar. 7 Central Arkansas* 10:00 AM May 1 UT Arlington* 1:00 PM Mar. 9 Texas A&M 5:00 PM May 1 UT Arlington* 3:00 PM Mar. 9 Texas A&M 7:00 PM May 2 UT Arlington* 11:00 AM Mar. 13 Nicholls* 1:00 PM May 8 Southeastern Louisiana* 3:00 PM Mar. 13 Nicholls* 3:00 PM May 8 Southeastern Louisiana* 5:00 PM Mar. 14 Nicholls* 11:00 AM May 9 Southeastern Louisiana* 12:00 PM Mar. 20 Texas State* 3:00 PM May 13-15 Southland Conference TBA Mar. 20 Texas State* 3:00 PM Mar. 21 Texas State* 12:00 PM Tournament All times CST Home Games in BOLD * - Southland Conference Game % - Hawaii Paradise Classic @ - Islander Classic: Presented by Holiday Inn Emerald Beach # - Holiday Inn Emerald Beach Invitational


2010 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Softball Media Guide  

2010 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Softball Media Guide

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