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TUSCULUM SOFTBALL RADIO/TV CHART

1 • ASHLEY BAGLEY

INF/OF • JR. • CORNELIA, GA.

7 • KATIE BRENNAN OF • FR. • MANASSAS, VA.

13 • ANDREA WILCOX

P/1B • FR. • KNOXVILLE, TENN.

20 • AMANDA GREMPEL

C/SS • FR. • PORT CHARLOTTE, FLA.

2 • MEGAN HARMON

P/1B • SO. • TELFORD, TENN.

8 • KATY STUCKWISH

3 • TAYLOR MACDONALD

2B • SR. • SCARBOROUGH, ONTARIO

9 • AMBER CANNADAY

4 • BROOKLYN CRESS

OF • JR. • NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C.

10 • LINDSEY UMBERGER

11 • ERIN SEARCY

OF • JR. • FRIENDSVILLE, TENN.

UTL • FR. • LAUREL FORK, VA.

14 • LINDSAY BRIDGES

17 • SHANDA KIMBROUGH

18 • ALESHA BUCKNER

1B • SR. • MORRISTOWN, TENN.

P • FR. • SALE CREEK, TENN.

22 • KRISTIN CANTRELL

30 • ELIZABETH JOHNSON

3B/P • JR. • KNOXVILLE, TENN.

21 • SHELBY SMITH

C/1B • FR. • LOUISVILLE, KY.

C • SO. • MARSHALL, N.C.

5 • ASHLEY BURKE

OF • FR. • KNOXVILLE, TENN.

SS • SO. • MADISON, VA.

P • SO. • GREENVILLE, WIS.

P • SR. • COOLIDGE, GA.

19 • SAVANNAH EWING

3B • JR. • ROGERSVILLE, TENN.

31 • PAIGE SNEED

C • FR. • LAWRENCEVILLE, GA.


GENERAL INFORMATION

SHANDA KIMBROUGH

QUICK FACTS School .................................................Tusculum College Loca�on ...................................... Greeneville, TN 37743 Founded .................................................................1794 Enrollment .............................................................2,350 President ........................................ Dr. Nancy B. Moody Alma Mater ...........................Eastern Kentucky, 1972 Director of Athle�cs .............................. Frankie DeBusk Alma Mater ......................................... Furman, 1991 Associate AD (SWA) ................................ Deborah Davis Faculty Athle�c Representa�ve ................. Tom Stueber Nickname .........................................................Pioneers School Colors ..................Orange (Pantone 158) & Black Stadium ..................................J.C. “Red” Edmonds Field Capacity ...............................................................300 Surface .............................................................. Grass Religious Affilia�on ............................ Presbyterian, USA Na�onal Affilia�on ............................... NCAA Division II Conference .............................................. South Atlan�c Head Athle�c Trainer ................................. Chris Lenker Assistant Head Athle�c Trainer .......... Michael Hawkins Assistant Athle�c Trainer ........................... Tom Stueber Assistant Athle�c Trainer .............................Amy Brooks Assistant Athle�c Trainer (So�ball) .......... Kendall Grow COACHING STAFF Head Coach .............................................. Fred Gillum Alma Mater .........................Cumberlands (Ky.), 1986 Record at Tusculum (yrs) ............................... 80-109 (5) Career Record (yrs) .................................... 196-360 (15) So�ball Office Phone ................ (423) 636-7300 (x5131) Email .......................................... fgillum@tusculum.edu Assistant Coach (Pitching .........................Julie Huebner Alma Mater ..................................Indiana (Pa.), 2006 Student Assistant Coach ........................... Neil Blakeney 2010 Overall Record ............................................ 17-27 2010 Conference Record ..............................5-11 (T6th) Starters Returning/Lost ............................................ 6/5 Le�erwinners Returning/Lost ................................ 11/9 ATHLETIC MEDIA RELATIONS Director ................................................... Dom Donnelly Office Phone ..................................... (423) 636-7326 Cell Phone ......................................... (423) 341-0091 Fax .................................................... (423) 636-7370 Email ................................ ddonnelly@tusculum.edu Assistant Director (Contact) .........................Jim Miller Office Phone ..................................... (423) 636-7494 Cell Phone ......................................... (423) 329-7650 Email .................................... jemiller@tusculum.edu

TAYLOR MACDONALD

ERIN SEARCY

TABLE

OF

CONTENTS

Radio/TV Chart ............................ Inside Front Cover Quick Facts ............................................................. 1 Table of Contents.................................................... 1 About the Cover ..................................................... 1 College Administra�on ........................................... 2 Tusculum College.................................................... 3 Head Coach Fred Gillum ......................................... 4 Assistant Coach Julie Huebner ............................... 5 Student Assistant Coach Neil Blakeney .................. 5 Support Staff .......................................................... 5 2011 Roster ............................................................ 6 Roster Breakdown .................................................. 6 Meet the Pioneers ............................................. 8-13 2010 Results ......................................................... 14 2010 Sta�s�cs ...................................................... 15 Record Book ......................................................... 16 Honor Roll............................................................. 17 Year-by-Year Results ........................................ 18-21 Series Records ...................................................... 21 All-Time Le�erwinners ......................................... 22 Athle�c Facili�es................................................... 23 2011 Seniors ......................................................... 24 Team Photo .................................. Inside Back Cover 2011 Schedule ........................................ Back Cover

CREDITS

The 2011 Tusculum College So�ball Media Guide is published by the TC Athle�c Media Rela�ons Office, Dom Donnelly, Director.

About the Cover: Featured on this year’s cover are (le�-right) seniors Shanda Kimbrough, Erin Searcy and Taylor MacDonald. Cover Design by: Nathan Carver using Adobe Photoshop. Photography by Nathan Carver.

Wri�en, compiled and edited by: Dom Donnelly, Jim Miller, Whitney Noble and head coach Fred Gillum. Principal Photography by: Nathan Carver, Chris Lenker, Dom Donnelly, Phil Gentry, Mel Donnelly, Phil Robinson, WG Sportsphotos and Mike Slade. Addi�onal photography by: Travis Crabtree, Cody Greene, NCAA, South Atlan�c Conference and Tusculum Archives. Prin�ng: Pulp Prin�ng, Bristol, Tenn.

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COLLEGE ADMINISTRATION DR. NANCY B. MOODY

PRESIDENT 2ND YEAR • EASTERN KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY, 1972 Dr. Nancy B. Moody is the 27th President of Tusculum College, Tennessee’s oldest College and is the first female president. She officially assumed the role on April 27, 2009. “Dr. Moody is a strong advocate of our civic arts curriculum and is well-known and respected in our region. We feel fortunate to have a�racted someone of her caliber, and we are truly op�mis�c about the future of Tusculum College under her leadership,” said Ken Bowman, chairman of the Tusculum College Board of Trustees and of the selec�on commi�ee. “Dr. Moody is a proven, successful college president with an especially impressive record of preparing students to be ac�ve ci�zens and successful in the careers they choose.” Bowman added that Dr. Moody has demonstrated a commitment to Tusculum College’s mission of providing a strong civic arts curriculum for all graduates and to con�nuing to grow the College in that tradi�on for both residen�al and Graduate and Professional Studies students. Dr. Moody was previously President of South Atlan�c Conference member Lincoln Memorial University since 2002. “I am excited to have the opportunity to serve Tusculum College. I am extremely impressed with the people of Tusculum College - the students, faculty, staff, administra�ve personnel and members of the Board of Trustees,” said Dr. Moody. “Without excep�on, there is a sense of enthusiasm and pride for the mission of the College, which has a wonderful legacy as the oldest ins�tu�on of higher educa�on in the state of Tennessee.” She added, “As a first-genera�on college graduate, I have always valued all levels of educa�on with a par�cular interest in the higher educa�on of tradi�onal aged college students and adults of all ages. Achieving the knowledge and skills necessary to func�on in society through a college educa�on is one of the best ways to s�mulate the local economy and posi�vely impact local communi�es and the lives of others. Dr. Moody received associate and baccalaureate degrees in nursing from Eastern Kentucky University, a master’s of science in nursing from Texas Woman’s University and a doctorate of science in nursing from the University of Alabama’s School of Nursing at Birmingham. Her professional career in higher educa�on began at LMU as an instructor of nursing. She subsequently served in several roles at LMU, culmina�ng in her appointment as the dean of LMU’s School of Professional Studies before joining the faculty at East Tennessee State University where she was tenured and served as department chair. She would go on to become an associate professor at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville, while also serving as the execu�ve director of the Tennessee Center of Nursing. Dr. Moody currently chairs the execu�ve commi�ee for the Tennessee Independent Colleges and Universi�es Associa�on and serves on the Tennessee Student Assistance Corpora�on Board of Directors. She is a member of the NCAA Division II President’s Council and an ac�ve par�cipant on the boards of the Appalachian Colleges Associa�on and the Tennessee Center for Nursing, Inc. She is married to Tom Moody, a self-employed public accountant in Knoxville. She and Tom are proud parents of grown children, daughter, Mykel, and son, Adam.

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FRANKIE DEBUSK

DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS 4TH YEAR • FURMAN UNIVERSITY, 1991 Frankie DeBusk is in his fourth year as athle�c director at Tusculum College. He was named interim director of athle�cs in August, 2007 and was promoted to the full-�me post later that year. DeBusk is also in his 13th season at the helm of the Pioneer football program. DeBusk oversees the day-to-day opera�ons of the Tusculum athle�c department and the 14 sports that the College sponsors. In his first three years at the helm of the Pioneer Athle�c Department, DeBusk has guided Tusculum to outstanding seasons. In the last three years, TC has captured nine South Atlan�c Conference championships, five SAC Tournament �tles and 14 NCAA Division II postseason appearances. Tusculum has finished fourth or be�er for the Doug Echols SAC Athle�c Excellence Award, including second in his first two years as athle�c director. With its outstanding na�onal postseason success during the 2008-09 campaign, Tusculum was the top league school in the NACDA Director’s Cup, finishing 58th of 272 Division II programs in the country. Tusculum student-athletes and coaches have garnered numerous individual accomplishments during DeBusk’s brief watch. In the last three years, 122 student-athletes have earned All-South Atlan�c Conference honors, including 55 AllRegion picks and 24 All-Americans. Twelve (12) have been selected as SAC Players of the Year, including four as Region Players of the Year. Three have also garnered Conference Freshman of the Year accolades. DeBusk has also stressed academic excellence in the department, resul�ng in 272 SAC Commissioner Honor Roll recipients over the last three years, including and a school record 26 named to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District Team. Thirteen (13) Pioneers have earned the pres�gious South Atlan�c Conference Scholar Athlete Award for their respec�ve sports, including six ESPN The Magazine Academic All-Americans®, including Dus�n Morrow (baseball - 2008), Nicole Ferris (women’s soccer - 2008), Jarrell NeSmith (football - 2008, 2009), Simon Holzapfel (men’s cross country - 2008) and Chase Carroll (men’s golf 2009). Three TC head coaches were either named Conference or Region Coach of the Year during the 2007-08 season. Tommy Arne� (men’s tennis) and Bre� Teach (men’s soccer) were named SAC Coaches of the Year, while Missy Tiber was selected as the Region Coach of the Year by the Women’s Basketball Coaches Associa�on (WBCA). DeBusk has overseen numerous athle�c facility enhancements during his tenure as both football coach and athle�c director at Tusculum. In 2007-08, championship banners were installed in Pioneer Arena, honoring the success of Tusculum athle�cs, both past and present. The Pioneer Arena playing surface was redesigned and refinished during the summer of 2008, while historic Rankin Hall, which houses the TC athle�c department, experienced renova�ons to its main lobby area. The Pioneer football locker room also experience a major renova�on with the installa�on of new lockers and floor. DeBusk, the winningest football coach in Tusculum history, has built the Pioneers into year in and year out contenders in NCAA II, resul�ng in seven winning seasons in the last nine years. Over the past 10 seasons, TC has posted a 64-44 mark including a 9-4 tally sheet in 2008, while claiming the program’s second South Atlan�c Conference Championship and earning the school’s first berth to the NCAA II Football Playoffs. For his efforts, he was named Conference and AFCA Region Coach of the Year. His 71 victories on the Pioneer sidelines makes DeBusk the winningest gridrion coach in Tusculum history. His victory tally is the fourth most in SAC history, while his 37 league wins are the seventh most in the conference record book. In 2008, DeBusk’s team achieved success both on and off the field. The nine wins �ed a school single-season record, including victories in four of its last five games. DeBusk, a 1991 Furman University graduate, established 11 school records at quarterback for the Paladins, while compiling an impressive 31-6 record. In 1988, DeBusk led Furman to a 13-2 mark while capturing the NCAA Division I-AA Na�onal Championship. His collegiate career also included three Southern Conference �tles and three trips to the NCAA I-AA playoffs. He is not the first member of the DeBusk family to garner the TC black and orange. His brother, Doug, was a Tusculum Hall of Fame point guard for the Pioneer basketball team from 1991-95. In 2003, DeBusk was the recipient of the pres�gious Art Argauer Award, which is presented to the Tusculum coach of the year as selected by his peers. He was the co-recipient of the Argauer Award again in the 2008-09 year. Frankie DeBusk is married to the former Jennifer Coffey of Bristol, Tenn. and they have one son, Ty.


TUSCULUM COLLEGE TUSCULUM HISTORY Tusculum College is the oldest college in Tennessee and the 28th oldest in the na�on. In addi�on, Tusculum is the oldest coeduca�onal ins�tu�on affiliated with the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) and an early na�onal pioneer in the admission of women. Tusculum accepted women students early in its history, and it is notable that by the turn of the 20th century more than half of its students were women. The roots of Tusculum College are buried deep in early American fron�er history. In 1794, George Washington was president of a young country and the state of Tennessee was s�ll two years away from becoming a reality. In what is now East Tennessee, Hezekiah Balch and Samuel Doak, Presbyterian ministers educated at the College of New Jersey (now Princeton University), were ministering to the pioneers of what was the southwestern fron�er of the United States. They also desired to meet the educa�onal needs of these Scots-lrish se�lers. Doak and Balch were visionaries ul�mately seeking the same goals through the rival colleges they established. Tusculum College as it now exists descends from two schools. The first, Greeneville College, was chartered in September 1794 by the General Assembly of the Territory of the United States South of the Ohio River, and established by Hezekiah Balch. Samuel Doak and his son Samuel Witherspoon Doak founded the second as Tusculum Academy in 1818. Tusculum Academy operated in a log cabin adjacent to the present site of Tusculum College. When the academy became Tusculum College in 1844, Andrew Johnson, who was to become 17th President of the United States, was one of its trustees. A merger in 1868 formed Greeneville and Tusculum College. In 1908, Greeneville and Tusculum College merged with Washington College, crea�ng Washington and Tusculum College. This union dissolved in 1912, and thus evolved modern-day Tusculum College. The College received formal accredita�on by the Southern Associa�on of Colleges and Schools 15 years later. The College takes its name from the ancient Roman town where the great statesman and educator Cicero had an academy at his villa. Cicero taught what are now called the liberal arts. They actually were cons�tuted by the prac�ces a ci�zen must develop to par�cipate effec�vely in leading his or her community - to play a vital role in civic affairs. TUSCULUM ACADEMICS As a Civic Arts ins�tu�on, Tusculum College prepares students to be effec�ve ci�zens, recognizing that they will need prac�cal wisdom to par�cipate in communi�es and enrich life�me experiences. Tusculum’s academic calendar is different from all but three other colleges in the country. The academic year is divided into two semesters and our students take four 3 1/2 week courses each semester, totaling eight courses for the year. Classes are taught one at a �me, with a four-day break in between. Three 3 1/2 week summer sessions are also offered. This allows our students to complete course requirements for the baccalaureate degree in four calendar years. Our unique Civic Arts program is being used as a model for other colleges and universi�es that seek to promote community, responsibility, and civic development. The Carnegie Founda�on for the Advancement of Teaching has recognized Tusculum as one of about a dozen schools (including Duke University and the University of Notre Dame) with a strong commitment to those ideals. As part of our emphasis on service-learning, we ask students to assess the needs of the community and complete a project to address those needs. Beyond helping key popula�ons, Tusculum students gain valuable experience in solving problems, apprecia�ng differences, and working with others. Tusculum College is a learning community where students and faculty members spend concentrated blocks of �me together exploring important areas of knowledge, developing and refining thinking and communica�on skills, wrestling with the �meless controversial issues that characterize the human condi�on, and applying themselves to the prac�cal solu�on of problems. Whether in the tradi�onal on-campus Bachelor of Arts programs or in the evening Bachelor of Science and Master of Arts programs for working adult-students, Tusculum College’s dis�nc�ve academic calendar lets students concentrate on learning one subject at a �me. It’s a tradi�on grounded in the belief that we best realize the poten�al of each individual when faculty members and students work closely together with the ul�mate aim of enriching the lives of our students and preparing them to contribute posi�vely to their communi�es. For many tradi�onal students, an ini�al reason for choosing Tusculum is our focused calendar, which allows students to take one course at a �me. For others, its our dis�nc�ve programs of study, from specialized areas such as Athle�c Training, Business Administra�on, and Museum Studies to strong arts and sciences areas such as Biology, English, and Psychology. Tusculum is well known throughout East Tennessee for the effec�veness of its Teacher Educa�on programs. Students are well prepared for careers in early childhood and elementary educa�on, in several secondary educa�on subject areas, in K-12 programs in Physical Educa�on and Visual Arts, and in Special Educa�on. But what o�en seals prospec�ve students’ decisions to join Tusculum’s community is the people. Tusculum a�racts topflight professors for the same reason that we a�ract students: small classes with close interac�on between professors and students, the focused calendar which allows concentrated study, and a Civic Arts curriculum that emphasizes community. Our professors are mo�vated and mo�va�ng. Excited and exci�ng. Whatever the major, you’ll find that Tusculum’s academics are innova�ve, and that our faculty is commi�ed to the success of our students. THE TUSCULUM CAMPUS Located in Greeneville, Tenn., Tusculum College lies in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains between Knoxville and the Tri-Ci�es (Bristol-Johnson CityKingsport). Our wooded 190-acre campus has over 25 buildings, nine of which are listed on the Na�onal Register of Historic Places. The Albert Columbus Tate Library, one of our Na�onal Historic Sites, was built in 1910. The library is experiencing a major mul�-million dollar renova�on and expansion that will more than double the size of the current library facility, bringing our library space to 34,467 square feet. The Tate Library previously encompassed 12,000 square feet, and is incorporated into the expanded and renovated building. We also have two on-campus museums, one holding archives with materials da�ng to the College’s beginnings. The Andrew Johnson Presiden�al Museum and Library includes the Charles Coffin Collec�on containing materials from the Collegeís original library, the Andrew Johnson Library containing books, papers, and memorabilia from the 17th President of the United States, and the College Archives containing documents related to the history of Tusculum since its founding. Tusculum’s loca�on is convenient to shopping and entertainment, and our students enjoy access to such recrea�onal opportuni�es as backpacking, hiking, whitewater ra�ing, fishing and snow skiing. The city of Greeneville and Greene County have a combined popula�on of 65,000. Knoxville and the Tri-Ci�es are within a 70-mile radius of the campus.

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HEAD COACH FRED GILLUM Fred Gillum is in his fi�h year as head so�ball coach at Tusculum College. Gillum took over the program in December 2006. He orchestrated one of the best turnarounds in the program’s history. He inherited a program that went 18-32-1 a year before and posted an 11-win improvement going 29-25 in 2007. The 29 victories matches the most wins in a season since Tusculum reclassified to the NCAA Division II level. He has mentored two All-South Atlan�c Conference standouts since his arrival on the Greeneville campus, including Chrissy Wilkison (1st Team in 2007) and Ashley Basilicato (2nd Team in 2008). Gillum has over 15 years of collegiate head coaching experience, including four seasons at South Atlan�c Conference rival Mars Hill College. He has recorded 196 career wins, including 73 victories at Mars Hill, making him the winningest coach in that program’s history. In 2005, the Lions recorded 25 wins, establishing a new single-season record at MHC. The 1986 Cumberland College graduate came to Tusculum from Limestone College where he served as hi�ng instructor and worked with the Saints’ ou�ielders. Prior to that, he served as an assistant on the so�ball staff at NCAA Division I Stephen F. Aus�n University during the 2005-06 campaign. Gillum was in charge of recrui�ng, as well as working with the Lumberjacks’ hi�ers and ou�ielders. Coach Gillum has made a habit out of building programs into respectable and compe��ve squads. His first so�ball assignment was at Sue Benne� College in London, Ky. where he also served as the offensive coordinator for Dragons football team as well as the school’s sports informa�on director. In his first season at Sue Benne�, Gillum finished a rain-shortened schedule 0-15. In his next season at the Kentucky school, his squad finished 17-31 with a surprising fourth place showing at the conference tournament. For going from zero wins to 17 wins, his peers voted him the 1997 Kentucky Intercollegiate Athle�c Conference Coach of the Year. Two of his players earned All-KIAC honors while his team led the na�on in stolen bases (113). A�er giving up football to coach so�ball full-�me, Gillum accepted the head coaching job at Kentucky Wesleyan University to rebuild its program. The year before Gillum arrived in Owensboro, the Panthers finished 3-22 and didn’t complete their season due to injuries. His first KWC team won only 12 games in the always-tough Great Lakes Valley Conference, but made improvement and finished out of the cellar. His next team won four more games with con�nued improvement while missing the conference playoffs by just one game. His center fielder, Sandy Nevy, earned All-GLVC and NFCA All-Region honors. Following Gillum’s second season at Kentucky Wesleyan, he received a call from Mars Hill to revive the Lion so�ball program. In the 2002 season, Coach Gillum led his team to a 15-30 record with Jennifer Wilson and Deanna Hinson being named to the All-SAC teams. His second season on the “Hill” saw the Lions improve again with a 21-30 finish with Audrey Riffel and Tessa Ashwell earning All-SAC honors. In 2004, the Lions suffered an injury plagued campaign to finish 12-47 overall, before pos�ng a 13-win improvement in 2005. In his four years at the Mars Hill, N.C. school, five of his players earned All-Conference recogni�on, including two All-SAC First Team selec�ons. His players also shined off the diamond as his teams boasted a team grade point average of 3.00 or be�er during his tenure with the Lions while 14 of the 18 seniors who completed their eligibility at Mars Hill, graduated. Gillum has served on the NCAA Division II South Atlan�c Region Advisory Commi�ee (2004-2005), and the Southeast Region Advisory Commi�ee (2008-2010). He has also served on the NFCA Division II Top 25 Ra�ng Commi�ee (2005, 2009, 2010). In 2005, he served as the NCAA representa�ve for the South Atlan�c Region Tournament, held in Kennesaw, Ga., and in 2008 at UNC Pembroke as well as 2009 in Hickory, N.C. During the summer months, he works a number of so�ball camps and has served as an instructor at the Blue-Chip Fastpitch Showcase, Cumberland College So�ball Camp, Championship So�ball Camps, Kennesaw State University So�ball Camp, Tennessee Tech University Holiday Camp, Coastal Carolina University So�ball Camp, Kentucky Wesleyan College So�ball Camp, Sue Benne� College So�ball Camp, Carolina’s Blue-Chip Coach Gillum with University of Tennessee co-head coach Ralph Camp, Michigan Merchant’s Elite Hi�ng Camp and So�ball at the Beach Camp. Weekly (right) when the Pioneers and the Lady Vols played in a fall scrimmage in 2010

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COACHING STAFF/SUPPORT STAFF JULIE HUEBNER

ASSISTANT COACH (PITCHING COACH) 1ST YEAR • INDIANA UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA, 2006 Julie Huebner is in her first season as the assistant so�ball coach at Tusculum College. Huebner assists in all aspects of the program while also serving as the Pioneers’ pitching coach. Huebner joins the Pioneers a�er serving as an assistant coach at East Stroudsburg University in East Stroudsburg, Pa. During her three seasons with the Warriors, Huebner served as the pitching coach while mentoring the ou�ielders in the defensive aspects of the game. Huebner earned her bachelor’s degree from Indiana University of Pennsylvania in 2006, gradua�ng with honors a�er majoring in Hospitality Management with a minor in Psychology. She was an ou�ielder and two-year captain on the so�ball team during her �me at IUP, while earning All-PSAC West Second Team honors in 2005. The Indiana University of Pennsylvania graduate began her coaching career as an assistant at North Penn High School in Lansdale, Pa., serving one year on the Knights’ coaching staff prior to her appointment at East Stroudsburg. Her coaching experience also includes three years at the NFCA Pennsbury Recrui�ng Camp, as well as four years as a lead instructor at the IUP overnight summer camps. Huebner also served as the tournament site manager for the NSA World Series Qualifier held at IUP.

NEIL BLAKENEY

STUDENT ASSISTANT COACH 2ND YEAR Neil Blakeney is in his second season as a student assistant with the Pioneer so�ball team. The Pageland, S.C. na�ve is a junior majoring in Informa�on Technology. Neil will work with the Pioneer infielders and assist in all areas of prac�ce and game day opera�ons.

KENDALL GROW ASSISTANT ATHLETIC TRAINER 1ST YEAR • WEST CHESTER UNIVERSITY, 2008 Kendall Grow is in her first year as assistant athle�c trainer at Tusculum College in 2010-11. Grow, a na�ve of Lancaster, Pa., came to Tusculum in October, 2010 a�er earning a master of arts degree in kinesiology with a concentra�on in athle�c training from San Jose State University. Her thesis was a study of the effects on range of mo�on and injury in baseball players. At San Jose State, Grow provided athle�c training services for the baseball, so�ball, tennis, women’s volleyball and women’s gymnas�cs teams. She also provided medical care to a�endees for a variety of summer camps hosted by the university. She also taught undergraduate athle�c training classes through the university’s teaching assistantship program. A 2008 cum laude graduate of West Chester University with a bachelor of science degree in athle�c training, Grow provided athle�c training services for the school’s athle�c teams as well as Bayard Rus�n High School and Swarthmore College. She was a member of the university’s Athle�c Training Club and worked a variety of summer camps. Grow received ATC cer�fica�on from the Na�onal Athle�c Trainers Associa�on in April, 2008 and has been a member of NATA since 2007. She is American Heart Associa�on Cer�fied in CPR/AED and First Aid.

JIM MILLER

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF ATHLETIC MEDIA RELATIONS 1ST YEAR • PENN STATE HARRISBURG, 1996

Jim Miller is in his first year as Assistant Director of Athle�c Media Rela�ons at Tusculum College. Miller, a na�ve of Lancaster, Pa., comes to Tusculum a�er a three-year s�nt as the sports informa�on director at Elizabethtown (Pa.) College and brings over 10 years of experience at the Division III level. Miller assists in all aspects of the promo�on and media rela�ons for the College’s 14 sports and will serve as the primary media contact for men and women’s soccer, women’s basketball, men and women’s tennis and so�ball. A 1996 graduate of Penn State Harrisburg with a bachelor’s degree in communica�ons, Miller interned at the University of Delaware in 1996-97 before serving as the conference sports informa�on director for the Middle Atlan�c Conference from 1997 to 1999. He was the sports informa�on director at Susquehanna (Pa.) University from 2000 to 2007 prior to moving to Elizabethtown. Miller created the MAC’s first Web page in 1998 and helped run the conference’s indoor track & field championships from 2002 through 2010. He also spearheaded a redesign of the Elizabethtown athle�cs web site in 2009, developed social networking pages for the athle�cs program and introduced live online stats for most Elizabethtown home events. Miller is also a member of the College Sports Informa�on Directors of America and he and his wife, Kris�na, reside in Greeneville.

(From le�-right): Assistant Coach Julie Huebner, Taylor MacDonald, Erin Searcy, Shanda Kimbrough, Head Coach Fred Gillum

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2011 ROSTER

THE 2011 PIONEERS No. 1 2 3 4 5 7 8 9 10 11 13 14 17 18 19 20 21 22 30 31

Player Ashley Bagley Megan Harmon Taylor MacDonald Brooklyn Cress Ashley Burke Ka�e Brennan Katy Stuckwish Amber Cannaday Lindsey Umberger Erin Searcy Andrea Wilcox Lindsay Bridges Shanda Kimbrough Alesha Buckner Savannah Ewing Amanda Grempel Shelby Smith Kris�n Cantrell Elizabeth Johnson Paige Sneed

Pos. IF/OF P/1B 2B OF OF OF OF UTIL SS P P/1B 3B/P 1B P 3B C/SS 1B/C C P C

Ht. 5-6 5-6 5-3 5-6 5-5 5-7 5-6 5-0 5-8 5-8 5-9 5-10 5-11 6-0 5-4 5-5 5-5 5-7 5-8 5-9

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

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

Hometown/Previous School/High School Cornelia, Ga./Habersham HS Telford, Tenn./Davey Crocke� HS Scarborough, Ontario/Sir Oliver Mowat HS Knoxville, Tenn./Central HS North Augusta, S.C./North Augusta HS Manassas, Va./Osbourn HS Friendsville, Tenn./William Blount HS Laurel Fork, Va./Carroll County HS Madison, Wis./Tennessee Tech/Madison Memorial HS Coolidge, Ga./Abraham Baldwin Ag. Col./Thomas County Central HS Knoxville, Tenn./West HS Knoxville, Tenn./Halls HS Morristown, Tenn./Morristown West HS Sale Creek, Tenn./Soddy Daisy HS Rogersville, Tenn./Cherokee HS Port Charlo�e, Fla./Port Charlo�e HS Louisville, Ky./Waggener HS Marshall, N.C./Clyde A. Erwin HS Greenville, Wis./Hortonville HS Lawrenceville, Ga./Collins Hill HS

Head Coach: Fred Gillum (Cumberland, 1986) 5th season, 15th overall Assistant Coach: Julie Huebner (Indiana, Pa., 2006) 1st season Student Assistant: Neil Blakeney Assistant Athle�c Trainer: Kendall Grow (West Chester, 2008)

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER No. Name 1

Ashley Bagley

7

Ka�e Brennan

14

Lindsay Bridges

18

Alesha Buckner

5

Ashley Burke

9

Amber Cannaday

22

Kris�n Cantrell

4

Brooklyn Cress

19

Savannah Ewing

20

Amanda Grempel

2

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Megan Harmon

30

Elizabeth Johnson

17

Shanda Kimbrough

3

Taylor MacDonald

11

Erin Searcy

21

Shelby Smith

31

Paige Sneed

8

Katy Stuckwish

10

Lindsey Umberger

13

Andrea Wilcox


2011 PROSPECTUS To most outside the program, the fact that the Tusculum College so�ball team is picked to finish �ed for eighth in the South Atlan�c Conference standings in 2011 is a reasonable projec�on. Within the program, it serves as yet another mo�va�onal tool for a Pioneer team that will rely on strong veteran leadership and an infusion of talent to make a run at the upper half of the SAC in 2011. Last season, the Pioneers finished 17-27 overall and 5-11 in the SAC, then were eliminated in the Food Lion SAC Tournament with iden�cal 2-1 losses to Newberry and Lincoln Memorial. Head coach Fred Gillum enters his fi�h season in Greeneville with a roster comprised completely of players he recruited for Tusculum, and is confident that the chemistry and leadership of his senior class will trickle down to the freshmen and newcomers. “Because of the fact Head Coach Fred Gillum that this team is my players, I have high expecta�ons for them,” said Gillum. “We will be young, but we are going to be ready to do ba�le in the SAC this season.” Assis�ng Gillum this season will be Julie Huebner, a 2006 graduate of Indiana University of Pennsylvania who comes to Tusculum a�er three seasons as pitching coach at East Stroudsburg University. Tusculum will make its 2011 season debut at the University of North Carolina at Pembroke Invita�onal February 5-6, and is slated to open its home schedule on Sunday, February 13 against Bellarmine at Red Edmonds Field. The Pioneers open their 18-game SAC schedule on Saturday, March 19 at home against Wingate, and will aim for a spot in the Food Lion SAC Tournament which will be held April 20-23 at Carson-Newman. Of the 10 players who started 25 or more games last season, just four return to the lineup for the Pioneers in 2011. They will be supported by three part�me starters who will move into full-�me roles along with a pair of freshmen and a transfer who are slated to step in and contribute immediately. INFIELD Senior second baseman Taylor MacDonald was the lone Pioneer to earn preseason recogni�on from the SAC, claiming a second-team spot. Now Senior second baseman Taylor MacDonald entering her fourth year as a starter, she led the Pioneers in ba�ng average (.283), runs (26), hits (36), walks (19) and sacrifices (11). In the field, the Scarborough, Ontario na�ve was stellar as she played every inning of every game at second base and made just three errors in 183 fielding chances (.984 percentage). In 128 career games, MacDonald is a .253 hi�er with 67 runs scored, 92 hits, 45 walks and 19 stolen bases. At first base, senior Shanda Kimbrough has been a starter in each of her first three seasons for the Pioneers. Last year, she ba�ed .225 and drove in a team-best

24 runs. She also set career highs in runs scored (14), hits (25) and walks (17) and paced the team with 231 putouts. The Morristown, Tenn. has a career average of .226 in 96 games with three home runs and 37 runs ba�ed in. Anchoring third base for the Pioneers will be junior Savannah Ewing, who shi�ed to the hot corner as a sophomore a�er playing in center field as a freshman. Last year, Ewing turned in a solid .280 average with a home run ad six runs ba�ed in. Combined with her 18 walks, Ewing finished with a team-best on-base percentage of .395 and also stole a team-high nine bases without being caught. The na�ve of Rogersville, Tenn. has amassed 53 career hits and 15 stolen bases in 79 career games. One of nine newcomers to the Pioneer roster is the squad’s lone transfer, sophomore shortstop Lindsey Umberger. Last season, Umberger played at Division I Tennessee Tech University and started 32 of the Golden Eagles’ 58 games. A slick fielder with excellent range, Umberger (Madison, Wisc.) will be an integral part of the Pioneer lineup both at the plate and in the field. OUTFIELD In the ou�ield, the lone returning full-�me starter is junior Ashley Burke in le� field. Burke hit .274 for the Pioneers last season in 40 games (37 starts) with 29 hits and a team-best seven doubles. Burke possesses a strong arm and will be expected to provide some power produc�on in the lineup. In right field, junior Katy Stuckwish takes over full-�me a�er making 17 starts last season. Stuckwish, like Burke, has a strong arm and has the ability to put together hot streaks at the plate. She Junior ou�ielder Ashley Burke ba�ed .211 with 12 hits and five runs ba�ed in last season, while handling 28 chances without an error. Center field will be patrolled by freshman Ka�e Brennan, a Manassas, Va. product who brings solid baserunning ins�ncts, a good glove and a steady bat to the Pioneer roster. Junior ou�ielder Ashley Bagley will be the Pioneers’ top ou�ield op�on off the bench. A solid defender with good speed, she had three stolen bases and scored five runs last season. Behind the plate, freshman Paige Sneed will handle the pitching staff. Hailing from Lawrenceville, Ga., Sneed has impressed the coaching staff with her maturity. As a senior at Collins Hill High School, she helped the Eagles earn the Georgia Class AAAAA state championship. Candidates for the designated player slot in the lineup include junior Lindsay Bridges, who hit .211 with five runs ba�ed in while appearing in 24 games last season, along with sophomore Kris�n Cantrell who started 14 games last year and hit .209 and also drove in five runs. Cantrell should also see �me behind the plate for the Pioneers. The Pioneer pitching staff will be led by senior righthander Erin Searcy and sophomore righthander Elizabeth Johnson. Searcy made 15 starts for the Pioneers last season, going 6-9 with a 4.10 earned run average with 37 strikeouts in 82 innings of work. Johnson compiled a 3-4 record with a team-best 2.20 earned run average over 51 innings last season, with 18 strikeouts. Redshirt freshman righthander Alesha Buckner is also expected to provide quality innings a�er si�ng out last season due to injury. She was a standout performer at perennial state powerhouse Soddy-Daisy High School near Cha�anooga.

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MEET ASHLEY BAGLEY

2010: Played in 33 games, making 25 starts at shortstop... Finished third on team with 43 assists... Handled nine chances without an error against Virginia Intermont (April 23)... Went 2-for-3 against Mars Hill (April 13)... Reached base in seven of 12 plate appearances over a three-game span (April 17-18)... Honored as a 2009-10 girls got game/NFCA Division II Scholar-Athlete... 2009: Played in 21 games, making 15 starts...Recorded her first career RBI against Glenville State (Feb. 15)...Scored a run in back-to-back games against Glenville State and Montreat (Feb. 17)... Posted a three-game hi�ng streak against Montreat and Ohio Valley (Feb. 17-21)...Notched her first career stolen base against Montreat (Feb. 17)...Finished the season �ed for fourth on the team with three stolen bases...High School: Graduated from Habersham Central HS in Mount Airy, Ga….Coached by Stephanie Thomas, Mitchell Thomas and Lexie Kennedy…Three-year le�erwinner in so�ball…Earned two letters in basketball…Recipient of the Best Defense award at Habersham in 2007 and 2008…Personal: Full name is Ashley Brooke Bagley…Born Aug. 21, 1989 in Nashua, N.H….Daughter of Patricia and Harold Bagley…Has an older brother, Josh Marrio�…Majoring in History Educa�on…SAC Commissioner’s Honor Roll... Athle�c Director’s Honor Roll...Plans to become a high school history teacher and coach so�ball a�er gradua�on…Favorite Books: “Water for Elephants” and “The Truth About Forever”; Favorite Midnight Snack: Pizza Lunchables; Favorite Ar�st: Jack Johnson; Favorite Song: “Bubbles”; Ashley can’t live without: Music; Most thrilling moment: Bea�ng Madison County for the first �me in 20 years (3-2); Ashley’s advice to kids: “Never forget who you are”; Favorite color: Green; Favorite food: Hillbilly Pizza; Favorite sport: Baseball; Person Ashley admires most: Her mother; Toughest opponent: Kat Rivers; What people don’t know about Ashley: She is addicted to the television show “Glee”; Childhood idol: Her brother, Josh.

ASHLEY BAGLEY’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2009 2010 Totals

Avg. GP/GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB SO .119 21/15 42 6 5 0 0 0 1 5 .119 0 6 ,153 33/26 59 8 9 1 0 0 2 10 .175 11 19 .139 54/41 101 14 14 1 0 0 3 15 .149 11 25

KATIE BRENNAN

OF • 5-7 • R/R • JUNIOR MANASSAS, VA. • OSBOURN HS

OB% SB-SBA PO A E FLD% .140 3-4 24 3 1 .964 .296 3-5 44 43 7 .926 .237 6-9 68 46 8 .934

7

High School: Graduated from Osbourn HS in Manassas, Va.... Named first-team All-District as a junior and a senior, and second-team All-Region as a junior... Honored as team’s offensive MVP as a junior... Varsity captain... Coached by Ray Massey... Played for Fire N Ice club team... Coached by Kevin Miller... Personal: Full name is Katelyn Marie Brennan...Born December 19, 1991 in Fairfax, Va...Daughter of Tom and Deb Brennan...Has five brothers: Jus�n, Sean, Pat, Ma� and TJ... Majoring in physical educa�on and health and wellness with a minor in psychology... Athle�c Director’s Honor Roll... Plans to teach nutri�on and fitness to children a�er gradua�on...Favorite books: “Twilight” series and “The Pigman”; Favorite midnight snack: Peanut bu�er and jelly; Favorite ar�sts: Mariah Carey and Whitney Houston; Favorite song: “Lose Yourself” by Eminem; Can’t live without: Chipotle; Most thrilling moment: Winning a game in extra innings with only eight players; Ka�e’s advice to kids: “Go outside and have fun!”; Favorite color: Pink; Favorite food: Tacos; Favorite sport: Football; People Ka�e admires the most: Single parents; What people don’t know about Ka�e: She is a twin; Childhood Idol: Cal Ripken, Jr.; When people first meet Ka�e, they think: She’s kind of

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LINDSAY BRIDGES

1

2B/SS • 5-6 • R/R • JUNIOR CORNELIA, GA. • HABERSHAM HS

THE

3B/P • 5-10 • R/R • JUNIOR KNOXVILLE, TENN. • HALL HS

14

2010: Played in 24 games, making 10 starts at third base... Opened the season with six hits in her first 16 at-bats, including two doubles... Went 2-for-3 with an RBI and a run scored against King (Mar. 8)... Drove in two runs and scored another in win at Savannah State (Mar. 10)... Picked up an RBI single at Virginia Intermont (Apr. 18)... 2009: Pitched in 15 games, including 11 starts...Posted a 3.79 ERA in 64 and two-thirds innings...Allowed two runs or less in eight of her 15 appearances, including two shutouts...Went four innings, allowing one run, in her collegiate debut against Milligan (Feb. 8)...Allowed one run in six innings of work against Milligan (Feb. 23), striking out two...Threw a seasonhigh seven innings against UNC Pembroke (Mar. 7), striking out a campaign-best three ba�ers...Picked up her first career win against Belmont Abbey (Mar. 22), allowing two runs in four innings of work...Hurled her first career shutout against Lincoln Memorial (Mar. 24), sca�ering eight hits across seven innings of work...Recorded her third win of the season against Brevard (Mar. 31), allowing no runs on three hits and striking out two in seven innings to notch her second shutout of the season...Finished the season second on the team in ERA (3.79) and wins (three)...High School: Graduated (three)... from Halls HS in Knoxville, Tenn…. Coached by Ellisha Humphrey and Kent Millsaps…Three-year le�er-winner in so�ball and volleyball…All-District performer in 2008…2008 Team MVP…Three-�me member of the Honor Roll…Personal: Born Feb. 10, 1990 in Knoxville, Tenn...Daughter of Phil and Bonnie Bridges…One sister, Stephanie…Cousin, Abigail Casillo, played so�ball at Samford... Majoring in physical educa�on with minors in psychology and coaching… Athle�c Director’s Honor Roll... Plans to pursue a master’s degree, then become a physical educa�on teacher and so�ball coach a�er gradua�on…Favorite book: “The Last Song”; Favorite class: All phys. ed. classes; Favorite midnight snack: Macaroni and cheese; Favorite musical ar�sts: Sugarland and Rascal Fla�s; Favorite song: “If I Die Young” by The Band Perry; Can’t live without: Internet; Most thrilling moment: Pitching her high school team to wins against their rivals; Lindsay’s advice to kids: “Never lose focus on what really ma�ers”; Favorite colors: Purple and green; Favorite food: Seafood; Favorite sport other than so�ball: Volleyball; People Lindsay admires: Her mother, father and cousin, Betsy; Childhood idol: Her cousin, Abi; When people first meet Lindsay, they think: She is shy.

LINDSAY BRIDGES’ CAREER STATISTICS Year 2009 2010 Totals

Avg. GP/GS .000 17/12 .211 24/10 .205 41/22

Year 2009 Totals

ERA 3.79 3.79

AB 1 38 39

R 0 5 5

H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB SO OB% SB-SBA PO A E FLD% 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 1 .000 0-0 1 14 0 1.000 8 2 0 0 5 10 .263 2 12 .250 0-0 4 24 5 .848 8 2 0 0 5 10 .256 2 13 .244 0-0 5 38 5 .896

W-L App GS CG SHO/CBO SV 3-5 15 11 4 2/0 0 3-5 15 11 4 2/0 0

IP 64.2 64.2

H R ER BB SO BF O/Avg. WP HBP BK 87 42 35 16 19 295 .325 4 1 0 87 42 35 16 19 295 .325 4 1 0


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ALESHA BUCKNER

P • 6-0 • R/R • REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SALE CREEK, TENN. • SODDY DAISY HS

18

2010: Medical Redshirt... High School: Graduated from Soddy Daisy HS in Soddy Daisy, Tenn. where she was a fouryear le�er-winner in so�ball...Two-�me Best of Preps Honorable Men�on selec�on...2008 Team MVP...Member of back-to-back state championship teams in 2006 and 2007... Personal: Full name is Alesha Leann Buckner...Born August 23, 1991 in Knoxville, Tenn...Daughter of Yve�e and Terry Buckner...Has an older brother, Preston... Majoring in Business Management...SAC Commissioner’s Honor Roll... Athle�c Director’s Honor Roll...Plans to earn MBA a�er gradua�ng...Favorite books: “Stefanie Plume” series...Favorite midnight snack: Dove dark chocolate...Favorite musical ar�sts: John Mayer, Taylor Swi�, Dave Ma�hews Band, The Ave� Brothers... Alesha can’t live without: Brushing her teeth...Most thrilling moment: Pitching a no-hi�er against a rival team...Alesha’s advice to kids: “Don’t surrender your childhood to electronics”...Favorite colors: Orange and white...Favorite food: Cake batter ice cream...Favorite sport: Badminton. What people don’t know about Alesha: She walks and talks in her sleep a lot...Other people’s first impression of Alesha: Wow, you’re a tall girl.

ASHLEY BURKE

OF • 5-5 • R/R • JUNIOR NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C. • NORTH AUGUSTA HS

ASHLEY BURKE’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2009 2010 Totals

Avg. GP/GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB SO .220 35/28 91 12 20 3 3 0 7 29 .319 3 17 .274 40/37 106 12 29 7 1 0 11 38 .358 10 25 .249 75/65 197 24 49 10 4 0 18 67 .340 13 42

AMBER CANNADAY

UTL • 5-0 • R/R • FRESHMAN LAUREL FORK, VA. • CARROLL COUNTY HS

E FLD% 3 .957 3 .941 6 .950

9

High School: Graduated from Carroll County HS in Hillsville, Va... Coached by Amber Faulkner... Personal: Full name is Amber Brooke Cannaday... Born February 21, 1992 in Laurel Fork, Va.... Daughter of David and Susan Cannaday... Has a brother, Tyler... Majoring in sports management with a minor in coaching... Favorite book: To Kill a Mockingbird... Favorite midnight snack: Rice Krispies treats... Favorite ar�st: Eminem... Favorite song: “Love the Way You Lie”... Amber can’t live without: Her Ipod... Amber’s advice to kids: “Never give up”... Favorite color: Blue... Favorite food: Steak... Favorite sport: Volleyball... People Amber admires: Her parents... Childhood idol: Michael Jordan... Other people’s first impression of Amber: She’s cocky.

5

2010: Played in 40 games, making 37 starts in the ou�ield... Led team with seven doubles... Posted seven mul�-hit games, including three in the final four contests... Finished the season with eight hits and eight runs ba�ed in over the final seven games... Went 2-for-3 with two steals against Barton (Feb. 21)... Finished 2-for-4 with a double against North Greenville (Apr. 1)... Picked up two hits and scored a run against Carson-Newman (Apr. 6)... Was 2-for-4 with a double and an RBI against Milligan (Apr. 14)... Finished 1-for-3 with two RBI in consecu�ve games against Newberry (Apr. 17) and Virginia Intermont (Apr. 18)... Went 4-for-5 with a double, a triple, two walks, three runs scored and four RBI in doubleheader against Virginia Intermont (Apr. 20)... In the SAC Tournament, was 2-for-3 with a double against Lincoln Memorial (Apr. 23)... 2009: Played in 35 games, making 28 starts...Led team with three triples...Six mul�-hit games...Went 2-for-4 against Ohio Valley (Feb. 15) to start a three-game hi�ng streak...Posted a 2-for-4 performance with a double against Ohio Valley (Feb. 21)... Went 2-for-4 in the second game of a doubleheader against Milligan (Feb. 23)...Stole a base and drove in a run against Shepherd (Mar. 15)... Went 2-for-4 with her first career triple against North Greenville (Apr. 4)...Season-high four-game hi�ng streak (Apr. 18-22)...Recorded a season-high two triples and went 2-for3 with an RBI against Montreat (Apr. 21)...Season-high three hits against King (Apr. 22)...Recorded a seasonhigh two RBI with a two-run double against Lenoir-Rhyne (Apr. 23) in the SAC Tournament...High School: Graduated from North Augusta HS in North Augusta, S.C….Coached by Derrick Quinn and Kevin Smiley…Four-year le�er-winner in so�ball…Three-�me All-State performer (2006-08)…Four-�me AllRegion selec�on (2005-08)…Selected to the North/South Carolina All-Star Team… Two-�me team MVP…Holds school home run record…Hit .447 as a sophomore… Career ba�ng average of .345…Personal: Full name is Ashley Elizabeth Burke… Born June 13, 1989 in Aiken, S.C...Daughter of Steven and Sandra Burke…Has a younger brother, Chaney, and a younger sister, Natalie…Majoring in Accoun�ng… Enjoys reading…Plans to work for an accoun�ng firm a�er gradua�on…Favorite book: “Twilight”…Favorite movie: “The Hangover”…Favorite musical ar�st: Corey Smith...Favorite sports team: Boston Red Sox…How Ashley gets ready for a game: Listens to music…Ashley can’t imagine a week without: The Internet…Least favorite food: Fish...Favorite athlete: Albert Pujols of the St. Louis Cardinals…Favorite color: Green...Favorite food: Chicken and Macaroni and Cheese…Favorite sport other than so�ball: Baseball…Person Ashley most admires: Her dad…The best advice Ashley has ever been given: “Give your best and you will get your best”…The thing Ashley most admires about Coach Gillum: He is fun to be around...When Ashley was a kid, she tried to be like: Mark McGwire.

OB% SB-SBA PO A .242 3-3 19 48 .336 3-4 47 1 .294 6-7 66 49

KRISTIN CANTRELL

C • 5-7 • R/R • SOPHOMORE MARSHALL, N.C. • CLYDE A. ERWIN HS

22

2010: Appeared in 18 games, making 14 starts at catcher... Three mul�-hit games... Went 2-for-2 with a stolen base and a run scored at North Greenville (Mar. 4)... Finished 2-for-3 with a double and an RBI at Brevard (Mar. 31)... Went 2-for-4 with an RBI and a run scored against Virginia Intermont (Apr. 20)... High School: Graduated from Clyde A. Erwin HS in Asheville, N.C...Three-year le�er-winner in so�ball...Two-year le�er-winner in volleyball...Coached by Barry Lance (so�ball) and Kellee Harris (volleyball)...Two-�me All-Conference performer...All-District and All-Western North Carolina selec�on in 2008...Personal: Full name is Kris�n Beth Cantrell...Born Apr. 2, 1991 in Marshall, N.C...Daughter of Ronnie and Lisa Cantrell...Has an older sister, Melissa, and a younger sister, Kara Kisselburg...Majoring in Special Educa�on...Plans to open a daycare center for special needs children...Favorite book: “House of Night” series...Favorite Class: English...Favorite midnight snack: Fried bologna sandwiches... Favorite musical ar�sts: Journey, Guns N Roses, Nickelback, AC/DC... Kris�n can’t live without: Her family... Most thrilling moment: Winning the MVP award of an ASA tournament... Kris�n’s advice to kids: “Keep your eye on your dreams”... Favorite color: Baby blue... Favorite foods: Tomato biscuits, fried bologna sandwiches... Favorite sport: Volleyball... Person Kris�n admires most: Barry Lance... Toughest opponent: Her sister... Childhood idol: Her older sister, Melissa... What people don’t know about Kris�n: She loves to sing... Other people’s first impression of Kris�n: She’s crazy.

KRISTIN CANTRELL’S CAREER STATISTICS Year Avg. GP/GS 2010 .209 18/14 Totals .209 18/14

AB 43 43

R 4 4

H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB SO OB% SB-SBA PO 9 1 0 0 5 10 .233 0 9 .227 1-1 50 9 1 0 0 5 10 .233 0 9 .227 1-1 50

A E FLD% 2 1 .981 2 1 .981

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MEET BROOKLYN CRESS

OF • 5-6 • L/R • FRESHMAN KNOXVILLE, TENN. • CENTRAL HS

4

High School: Graduated from Knox Central HS... Hit .405 with a .508 on-base percentage as a junior with 22 steals in 22 a�empts... Named All-District and All-Tournament for District 3-AAA playoffs... Did not play as a senior due to injury... Coached by Mike Cox... Played for Team Tennessee and Knoxville Thunder club teams... Personal: Born June 4, 1992 in Sevierville, Tenn... Daughter of Jus�n and Beth Cress...Has a brother, Chase, and a sister, Lora...Majoring in special educa�on...Favorite book: “Twilight” saga... Favorite midnight snack: Cold cereal... Favorite ar�st: Lil Wayne... Brooklyn can’t live without: Her cell phone... Most thrilling moment: Diving catch in le� field against West High School to save three runs from scoring... Brooklyn’s advice to kids: Think about what you are doing. Then think about it again. Then act... Favorite color: Pink... Favorite food: Steak and mashed potatoes... Favorite sport: Baseball... Brooklyn most admires: Her parents... Toughest opponent: Ivy Renfroe... What people don’t know about Brooklyn: She is offended when people use the term “retarded” to make fun of one another... Childhood idol: Her mother... When people first meet Brooklyn, they think: She’s a cool cat.

SAVANNAH EWING

3B • 5-4 • R/R • JUNIOR ROGERSVILLE, TENN. • CHEROKEE HS

19

2010: Appeared in 36 games, making 35 starts at third base... Led team with nine stolen bases and ranked second with 18 walks... Had a team-best .395 on-base percentage... Tied for team lead with nine mul�ple-hit games... Finished season with six-game hi�ng streak... A�er opening the season 1for-21, ended the season with 27 hits in her final 79 at-bats (.342 average)... Went 2-for-3 with an RBI at Savannah State (Mar. 12)... Had two hits in both games of doubleheader at Brevard (Mar. 31)... Finished 3-for-3 with two doubles and two runs scored against Catawba (Apr. 10)... Doubled, homered and scored two runs at Newberry (Apr. 17)... Went 3-for8 with a double in two SAC Tournament games... 2009: Led the team with six stolen bases...Second in triples (2)...Third in RBI (15)...Fourth in runs scored (12)...Two hi�ng streaks of at least five games, including a team-best eight-game streak...Four mul�-hit games...Had one walk-off RBI and four go-ahead RBIs...Went 2-for-3 with her first career double against Pfeiffer (Feb. 14) to start a five-game hi�ng streak...Notched her first collegiate RBI against Ohio Valley (Feb. 15) with a walk-off single...Season-high three hits against Glenville State...Went 3-for-7 with three runs scored and four RBI in a doubleheader with Montreat... Drove in a pair of runs with her first career triple in the first game of a twinbill against Montreat...Hit a game-winning inside-the-park home run in the second game of a doubleheader against Montreat, driving in two runs...Went 2-for-4 against Indiana (Pa.) on Mar. 7 to start a season-high eight-game hi�ng streak... Recorded a season-high four RBI against Indiana (Pa.)...Drove in three runs in a doubleheader sweep of Brevard (Mar. 31) with a two-run double in game one and an RBI triple in the nightcap...High School: Graduated from Cherokee HS in Rogersville, Tenn….Coached by Almeda Dickenson and Charlie Christopher…Three-sport athlete in so�ball, volleyball, and basketball…Four-�me All-Conference performer…Two-�me All-Northeast Tennessee selec�on…Led her team in stolen bases three �mes…Personal: Full name is Savannah Elizabeth Ewing…Born Apr. 3, 1990 in Kingsport, Tenn…Daughter of Neal and Jennifer Ewing…Has a brother, Seth and a sister, Serenity…Majoring in Communica�on…SAC Commissioner’s Honor Roll... Athle�c Director’s Honor Roll...Enjoys reading and going to church…Her dad Neal played baseball at Cleveland State University…Favorite book: The Bible…Favorite midnight snack: Kra� Easy Mac…Favorite movie: “Sleepless in Sea�le”…Favorite musical ar�st: John Legend…Favorite song: “Someday” by John Legend...How Savannah gets ready for a game: Listens to “Comatose” by Skillet...Savannah can’t imagine a week without: Her cell phone…Least favorite food: Tomatoes…Favorite athlete: Kobe Bryant…Savannah’s advice to kids: “Live each day to the fullest”...Fa-

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vorite food: Pizza...Favorite sport other than so�ball: Volleyball…Person Savannah most admires: Her mother…The best advice Savannah has ever been given: “Live for God”…The thing Savannah most admires about Coach Gillum: His sense of humor…The toughest part of being a student-athlete: Time management...When Savannah was a kid, she tried to be like: Her brother.

SAVANNAH EWING’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2009 2010 Totals

Avg. GP/GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB SO .192 43/43 130 12 25 2 2 1 15 34 .262 3 6 .280 36/35 100 15 28 6 0 1 6 37 .370 18 14 .230 79/78 230 27 53 8 2 2 21 71 .309 21 20

OB% SB-SBA PO A E .216 6-6 64 4 10 .395 9-9 40 58 8 .300 15-15 104 62 18

AMANDA GREMPEL

C/SS • 5-5 • R/R • FRESHMAN PORT CHARLOTTE, FLA. • PORT CHARLOTTE HS

FLD% .872 .925 .902

20

High School: Graduated from Port Charlo�e HS in Port Charlo�e, Fla... Also a�ended Hicksville (N.Y.) HS, where she was named Nassau All-Conference in 2007, 2008 and 2009... Hit .442 with a .527 on-base percentage and was named AllArea as a senior at Port Charlo�e... Played for Long Island Xplosion club team and coach Al DeVine... Personal: Full name is Amanda Marie Grempel... Born March 21, 1992... Daughter of John and Elizabeth Grempel... Has a brother, JP... Currently undecided on a major... Plans to move back close to home a�er gradua�on... Favorite book: “The Life You Imagine”... Favorite midnight snack: Popcorn... Favorite ar�sts: Eminem and Jay-Z... Favorite song: “Empire State of Mind”... Amanda can’t live without: Talking to her family... Most thrilling moment: Playing in the so�ball stadium at West Point... Amanda’s advice to kids: “Don’t let anyone tell you that you cannot do something”... Favorite colors: Pink and purple... Favorite food: Chicken... Favorite sports: Snowboarding and swimming... People Amanda admires: Her family... Toughest opponent: Venice HS so�ball team... What people don’t know about Amanda: She has competed in beauty pageants... Childhood idol: Her cousin, Jimbo... Other people’s first impression of Amanda: She is a quiet person.

MEGAN HARMON

P/1B • 5-6 • R/R • SOPHOMORE TELFORD, TENN. • DAVID CROCKETT HS

2

2010: Pitched in two games, re�ring two of the three batters she faced... Walked one and struck out one against Armstrong Atlan�c (Mar. 10)... Re�red the only ba�er she faced against Virginia Intermont (Apr. 20)... High School: Graduated from David Crocke� HS in Jonesborough, Tenn... Four-year le�er-winner in so�ball... Also le�ered in basketball and volleyball...Coached by Carla Weems... First Team All-Conference selec�on...Personal: Full name is Megan Nicole Harmon...Born Sep. 6, 1991 in Johnson City, Tenn...Daughter of Jack and Nicole Harmon...Has a younger sister, Mar�na...Majoring in Pre-Pharmacy with a minor in Biology...Plans to a�end Pharmacy school a�er gradua�on...Enjoys playing basketball, cooking, and spending �me with friends...Favorite class at Tusculum: Art History...Favorite midnight snack: Chex Mix...Favorite movies: “Coach Carter” and “American Gangster”...Favorite muscial artists: Mary J. Blige and Lil Wayne...Favorite sports teams: Dallas Cowboys, Boston Red Sox and Los Angeles Lakers...How Megan gets ready for a game: Listens to her iPod...Megan can’t imagine a week without: Her cell phone...Megan is as good as anyone at: Pool...Least favorite food: Celery...Favorite athlete: Michael Jordan... Megan’s advice to kids: With Christ, anything is possible...Favorite color: Aqua... Favorite food: Lasagna...Favorite sport other than so�ball: Basketball...The best advice Megan has ever been given: “If you don’t believe in yourself, who will?”... The thing Megan admires most about Coach Gillum: His posi�ve a�tude...When Megan was a kid, she tried to be like: Her dad...When people first meet Megan, they think: She’s nice...Why Megan chose Tusculum: The block schedule.

MEGAN HARMON’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2010 Totals

ERA 0.00 0.00

W-L App GS CG SHO/CBO SV 0-0 2 0 0 0/0 0 0-0 2 0 0 0/0 0

IP 0.2 0.2

H 0 0

R ER BB SO BF O/Avg. WP HBP BK 0 0 1 1 3 .000 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 3 .000 0 0 0


MEET

THE

PIONEERS

ELIZABETH JOHNSON

P • 5-8 • R/R • SOPHOMORE GREENVILLE, WISC. • HORTONVILLE HS

2010: Pitched in 13 games, making eight starts... Threw three complete games and one shutout, a 3-0 win over Virginia-Wise (Apr. 2)... Earned first collegiate win with a 5-1 victory over North Greenville (Apr. 1)... Pitched six innings in a 7-4 victory over Virginia Intermont (Apr. 18)... Tossed 2 2/3 innings of shutout relief against Carson-Newman (Apr. 6)... Struck out seasonhigh four ba�ers at Savannah State (Mar. 12)... High School: Graduated from Hortonville HS in Hortonville, Wis...Two-year le�er-winner in so�ball...Coached by Gil Hart...Personal: Full name is Elizabeth Melissa Marie Johnson...Born Feb. 16, 1991 in Neenah, Wis...Daughter of Sharon and Eric Johnson...Has a younger sister, Meredith ...Majoring in Elementary Educa�on...Plans to move to a big city and become a teacher a�er gradua�on...Father Eric Johnson played baseball at University of Colorado... Favorite class: Psychology... Favorite midnight snack: Taco Bell... Favorite ar�st: Red Hot Chili Peppers... Elizabeth can’t live without: Talking to her family... Most thrilling moment: Going to na�onals... Favorite color: Blue... Favorite food: Pasta... Favorite sport: Football... People Elizabeth admires: Her family... First impression of Elizabeth: She is quiet.

ELIZABETH JOHNSON’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2010 Totals

ERA 2.20 2.20

W-L App GS CG SHO/CBO SV 3-4 13 8 3 1/0 0 3-4 13 8 3 1/0 0

IP 51.0 51.0

SHANDA KIMBROUGH

30

H R ER BB SO BF O/Avg. WP HBP BK 63 28 16 19 18 235 .301 0 1 0 63 28 16 19 18 235 .301 0 1 0

PIONEER BIRTHDAYS IN-SEASON F������� 10 ................................................................................ Lindsay Bridges 16 ............................................................................ Elizabeth Johnson 21 ..............................................................................Amber Cannaday M���� 4 ................................................................................... Katy Stuckwish 17 ............................................................................ Lindsey Umberger 21 ............................................................................. Amanda Grempel A���� 2 ....................................................................................Kris�n Cantrell 3 ................................................................................. Savannah Ewing 24 ............................................................................ Taylor MacDonald M�� 3 .................................................................................... Andrea Wilcox 12 ...........................................................................Shanda Kimbrough

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1B • 5-11 • R/R • SENIOR MORRISTOWN, TENN. • MORRISTOWN WEST HS

2010: Played in 40 games, making 39 starts at first base... Led team with 24 runs ba�ed in, and ranked second on squad with six doubles... Also ranked third with 17 walks... Had six mul�-hit games... Provided the season’s most drama�c moment, hi�ng a walk-off grand slam in the bo�om of the ninth for a 10-9 win over Catawba (Apr. 10)... Went 2-for-3 with a double and three runs ba�ed in at Savannah State (Mar. 12)... Finished 2-for-4 with two runs scored at Mount Olive (Feb. 20)... Singled, walked twice and scored two runs against Virginia Intermont (Apr. 20)... 2009: Went 2-for-3 with an RBI against Milligan (Feb. 8) in the season opener...Drove in a run with her first career triple against Ohio Valley (Feb. 15)...Had a three-game hi�ng streak (Feb. 15-17)...Went 2-for-3 against Montreat (Feb. 17)...Season-high two runs scored against Indiana (Pa.) (Mar. 7)... Recorded a season-high two RBI with a two-run double against Shepherd (Mar. 15)...Hit a walk-off solo home run agianst Lincoln Memorial (Mar. 24)...2008: Fourth on the team in doubles (7)…Third in ba�ng average (.239)…Posted a .964 fielding percentage in 248 chances at first base…Fourth in hits (21)…Fourth in total bases (31)…Hit a solo home run for her first career hit against Montreat (Feb. 9)…Went 2-for-3 against Seton Hill (Feb. 9) with an RBI double…Had a four-game hi�ng streak (Feb. 29-Mar. 20)…Went 2for-3 with a season-high two RBI and two doubles against Seton Hill (Mar. 18)…Went 2-for-6 in a doubleheader against Virginia-Wise (Mar. 25)…Season-high 13 putouts against Lenoir-Rhyne (Apr. 7)…Four-game hi�ng streak (Apr. 7-12)…Back-to-back 2-for-3 games against North Greenville (Apr. 8) and Brevard (Apr. 12)…Drove in a run with an RBI single against North Greenville…Had an RBI double against Brevard…Went 1-for-3 vs. Carson-Newman (Apr. 17) in the South Atlan�c Conference Tournament…High School: Graduated from Morristown Hamblen West HS in Morristown, Tenn….Coached by Heather Sents…Two-year le�er-winner in so�ball…Le�ered in basketball…Two-�me All-Conference selec�on…Personal: Full name is Shanda Laine Kimbrough…Born May 12, 1989 in Knoxville, Tenn….Daughter of Lane Kimbrough and Shannon Chambers…Has a brother, Adam…Majoring in Business…Favorite book: “The Lovely Bones”... Favorite class: Accoun�ng... Favorite ar�st: Ne-Yo... Shanda can’t live without: Talking to her parents... Most thrilling moment: Hi�ng the game-winning grand slam against Catawba... Shanda’s advice to kids: “Work hard in school”... Favorite colors: Pink and purple... Favorite food: Strawberries... Favorite sport: Basketball... Person she admires: Youth leader... What people don’t know about Shanda: She is shy... Other people’s first impression: She is goofy.

SHANDA KIMBROUGH’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2008 2009 2010 Totals

Avg. GP/GS AB R .239 35/34 88 9 .208 21/20 53 7 .225 40/39 111 14 .226 96/93 252 30

H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB SO 21 7 0 1 6 31 .352 5 21 11 1 1 1 7 17 .321 6 12 25 6 0 1 24 34 .306 17 33 57 14 1 3 37 82 .325 28 66

OB% SB-SBA PO A E FLD% .292 1-1 225 14 9 .964 .300 1-1 132 3 1 .993 .331 1-1 231 8 5 .980 .311 3-3 588 25 15 .976

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MEET TAYLOR MACDONALD

2B • 5-3 • R/R • SENIOR SCARBOROUGH, ONTARIO, CANADA • SIR OLIVER MOWAT HS

TAYLOR MACDONALD’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2008 2009 2010 Totals

Avg. GP/GS .227 43/43 .250 41/37 .283 44/44 .253 128/124

AB 128 108 127 363

R 24 17 26 67

H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB SO OB% SB-SBA PO A E FLD% 29 8 3 1 14 46 .359 14 31 .317 8-9 64 79 11 .929 27 5 0 0 6 32 .296 12 6 .336 5-6 98 52 10 .938 36 4 1 0 9 42 .331 19 15 .385 6-6 109 71 3 .984 92 17 4 1 29 120 .331 45 52 .347 19-21 271 202 24 .952

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PIONEERS

ERIN SEARCY

3

2011: Preseason All-South Atlan�c Conference Second Team... 2010: Started all 44 games and played every inning at second base... Led team in ba�ng average (.283), hits (36), runs (26), walks (19) and sacrifices (11)... Made just three errors in 183 chances at second base... Finished the season with 18 consecu�ve errorless games... Shared team lead in mul�-hit games with nine... Reached base in 23 out of 24 games from Mar. 8 to Apr. 13, a stretch that included two six-game hi�ng streaks... Finished 3-for-5 with two runs scored against Mount Olive (Feb. 20)... Went 2-for-2 with two walks and two runs scored at Savannah State (Mar. 12)... Went 2-for-3 against Lenoir-Rhyne (Mar. 27), Brevard (Mar. 31), Columbus State (Apr. 11) and Milligan (Apr. 14)... 2009: Played in 41 games, including 37 starts...Led team in runs scored (17)...Second in stolen bases (5) and walks (12)...Went 2-for-4 with a run scored against Montreat (Feb. 17)... Knocked in a run with an RBI double against Ohio Valley (Feb. 21)...Had a threegame hi�ng streak (Feb. 26-Mar. 7)...Reached base in 13 straight games (Mar. 15-Apr. 4)...Went 3-for-4 with a season-high two RBI against Shepherd (Mar. 15) to start a four-game hi�ng streak...Had three hits in a doubleheader against Wingate (Mar. 21)...Went 2-for-5 in the second game of a twin-bill with Wingate...Scored a season-high two runs against Belmont Abbey (Mar. 22)...Season-high five-game hi�ng streak (Mar. 24-31)...Went 3-for-5 in a doubleheader against Lincoln Memorial (Mar. 24)...Had two doubles in a twin-bill against Lenoir-Rhyne (Mar. 29)...Went 2-for-4 with two runs scored against Brevard (Mar. 31)...2008: Started 43 games…Led team in triples (3) and stolen bases (8)…Tied for second in doubles (8) and RBIs (14)…Second in total bases (46)…Second in runs scored (24)… Third in hits (29)…Began her career with a four-game hi�ng streak (Feb. 8-9)…Drove in four run in her first four games… Knocked in a run with an RBI double for her first career hit against Bellarmine (Feb. 8)…Went 1-for-4 with a triple against Glenville State (Feb. 8)…Season-high two RBI against Montreat (Feb. 9)…Went 2-for-4 with a triple against Seton Hill (Feb. 9)… Drove in two runs against Belmont Abbey (Feb. 16) with two runs scored…Went 2for-4 with a season-high two doubles against Erskine (Feb. 19)…Scored a run in four straight games (Feb. 19-29)…Scored two runs against Seton Hill (Mar. 18)…Tworun double against Virginia-Wise (Mar. 25)…Went 3-for-3 against Lincoln Memorial (Mar. 26) with two doubles and a season-high two stolen bases…Had a five-game hi�ng streak from Apr. 7-12…Season-high three runs scored against Brevard (Apr. 12) on a campaign-best four walks…Went 2-for-3 with her first career home run against Virginia Intermont (Apr. 15)…High School: Graduated from Sir Oliver Mowat Collegiate Ins�tute in Toronto, Ontario, Canada…Played club so�ball under Coach Pa�y Acton…Member of two-�me Canadian Na�onal Championship Markham Jaguars team in 2006 and 2007…2008 team won bronze at Canadian Na�onal Championships…Personal: Full name is Taylor Leigh MacDonald…Born Apr. 24, 1989 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada…Daughter of Robert and Susan MacDonald…Has a sister, Quinn, and a brother, Keenan…Majoring in Elementary Educa�on…SAC Commissioner’s Honor Roll... Athle�c Director’s Honor Roll...Plans to become a teacher a�er gradua�on and travel the world…Three-�me member of the Dean’s List… Favorite book: “Eat Pray Love”... Favorite midnight snack: Chips... Taylor can’t live without: Music and her friends... Most thrilling moment: Winning the Canadian Na�onals... Taylor’s advice to kids: “Never give up”... Favorite color: Pink... Favorite food: Anything Italian... Favorite sport: Basketball... Person Taylor admires: Her mother.

THE

P • 5-8 • R/R • SENIOR COOLIDGE, GA. • ABAC • THOMAS COUNTY CENTRAL HS

11

2010: Pitched in 20 games, making 15 starts... Ranked second on the team in nearly all pitching categories... Earned first victory at Tusculum with a 7-0 shutout at Barton (Feb. 21)... Did not walk a ba�er in any of her first six starts... Allowed 18 hits, but stranded 14 runners in 6-5 complete-game win over King (Mar. 8)... Allowed one run in back-to-back complete game wins over Brevard (Mar. 31) and Virginia-Wise (Apr. 2)... Won both ends of doubleheader against Catawba (Apr. 10) in relief... Had season-high five strikeouts against King (Mar. 8)... ABAC: NJCAA Region 17 First Team... Led team in wins (13), earned run average (1.78), and strikeouts (88) in 2009...Team-high 14 wins in 2008... Posted a 2.12 ERA with 80 strikeouts as a freshman...High School: Graduated from Thomas County Central HS in Thomasville, Ga...Coached by Cara Hankinson and Rick Green...Fouryear le�er-winner in so�ball...Three�me All-Region selec�on...Two-�me Region MVP...Personal: Full name is Erin Colleen Searcy...Born Aug. 29, 1989 in Thomasville, Ga...Daughter of Jim and Cathy Searcy...Has an older sister, Brooke, and a younger brother, Jim...Majoring in Biology... SAC Commissioner’s Honor Roll... Athle�c Director’s Honor Roll...Plans to a�end physician assistant school a�er gradua�on...Volunteers at the Greene County Humane Society and local nursing homes... Favorite book: The Bible... Favorite Class: Vertebrate Zoology II... Favorite midnight snack: Sour Patch Kids... Favorite ar�sts: Lady Antebellum, Darius Rucker, Reba McEn�re... Favorite song: “Learn to Live”... Erin can’t live without: Talking to family and friends... Most thrilling moment: Bea�ng Middle Georgia and Darton at the state tournament while at ABAC... Erin’s advice to kids: “Prac�ce as hard as you play”... Favorite color: Green... Favorite food: Chicken fingers... Favorite sport: Football... Erin admires: Her parents... What people don’t know about Erin: She loves to read. Childhood idol: Her sister, Brooke... Other people’s first impression of Erin: She is quiet.

ERIN SEARCY’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2010 Totals

ERA 4.10 4.10

W-L App GS CG SHO/CBO SV 6-9 20 15 7 1/0 0 6-9 20 15 7 1/0 0

IP H R ER BB SO BF O/Avg. WP HBP BK 82.0 130 66 48 17 37 362 .359 1 1 0 82.0 130 66 48 17 37 362 .359 1 1 0

SHELBY SMITH

C/1B • 5-5 • R/R • FRESHMAN LOUISVILLE, KY. • WAGGENER HS

21

High School: Graduated fron Waggener HS in Louisville, Ky... 2009 Defensive Player of the Year... Four-year starter in so�ball and soccer... 2010 Team MVP... 2010 All-Tournament... 2010 East vs. West All-Star Team par�cipant... 2010 team captain... Personal: Born Jan. 27, 1992 in Louisville, Ky... Daughter of Greg and Kathleen Smith... Majoring in Educa�on with a minor in Coaching... Favorite books: “Twilight”, “Witch and Wizard”, “Lavender Morning”; Favorite midnight snack: Cookies; Favorite musical ar�sts: NSync, Kelly Clarkson, The Band Perry, Carrie Underwood, Rascal Fla�s; Favorite song: “If I Die Young” by The Band Perry; Shelby can’t go a week without: Talking to her friends and family; Most thrilling moment in sports: Turning a triple play on her rec league team; Advice to kids: “Don’t ever let anyone put you down for any reason! You are your own person and just follow your hear and at the end of the road you won’t have to look back and say I wish I would have done that differently”; Favorite colors: Purple, black, green, pink; Favorite foods: Cookies, apples, granola bars and pasta; Favorite sports other than so�ball: Soccer, football, tennis; People Shelby most admires: Her mother, her grandmother, Tyra Banks and Drew Barrymore; Toughest player Shelby has ever played against: Bri�any Mocbee; What people don’t know about Shelby: She wanted to be a cheerleader before she played so�ball; When she was a kid, Shelby tried to be like: Bri�any Spears.


MEET

THE

PIONEERS

PAIGE SNEED

C • 5-9 • R/R • FRESHMAN LAWRENCEVILLE, GA. • COLLINS HILL HS

High School: Graduated from Collins Hill HS... Coached by Billy Dooley... Member of 2009 State championship team... Scholar-Athlete Award recipient... On the prep diamond, played at first base and catcher... Played for the Georgia Elite Club Team... Coached by Bre� Sampson... Personal: Born Jan. 16, 1992 in Manassas, Va... Daughter of Randy and Colleen Sneed... Brother - Joshua; Sister - Chloe... Father played football at Ole Miss... Brother, Joshua plays football at VMI... Majoring in Biology with a Pre-Medicine minor... Athle�c Director’s Honor Roll... Plans to become a pediatrician... Favorite book: “Twilight” series... Favorite midnight snack: Oreos and milk; Favorite musical ar�sts: Nickelback, Rascal Fla�s; Favorite song: “This A�ernoon”; Paige can’t go a week without: Her li�le sister; Most thrilling moment in sports: Winning the State �tle in her senior year in high school; Advice to kids: “Never give up and always believe in yourself”; Favorite color: Blue; Favorite food: Macaroni & cheese; Favorite sport: Basketball; People Paige admires most: Her parents; Toughest player Paige has ever played against: Hope Rush; What people don’t know about Paige: She has broken her collarbone three �mes; When she was a kid, Paige tried to be like: Her brother; When people first mee�ng Paige, they think: “She is outgoing”.

KATY STUCKWISH

OF • 5-6 • R/R • SOPHOMORE FRIENDSVILLE, TENN. • WILLIAM BLOUNT HS

LINDSEY UMBERGER

31

11

2010: Appeared in 22 games with 17 starts... Ba�ed .211 with seven runs scored, 12 hits, a double, five RBI and two stolen bases... Didn’t commit an error in 28 fielding chances, including a pair of ou�ield assists... Accounted for three mul�-hit ou�ngs with two hits each against Barton (Feb. 21), Virginia-Wise (Apr. 2) and Brevard (Mar. 31)... Drove in a pair of RBI against Barton... Her lone double came against Brevard... Accounted for two ou�ield assists against North Greenville (Mar. 4)... Recorded a hit in three of her first five collegiate ou�ngs... 2009: Played in 14 games, including eight starts...Went 2-for-3 with a run scored against Ohio Valley (Feb. 21)...Season-highs of two hits and two runs scored against Indiana (Pa.) on Mar. 7, including her first career RBI...Went 1-for-2 with a double against Lincoln Memorial (Mar. 24)...Recorded a hit and a stolen base against Lenoir-Rhyne (Mar. 29)...Pinch-hit single against Newberry (Apr. 18)...High School: Graduated from William Blount HS in Maryville, Tenn….Coached by Abby Mitchell…Four-year le�er-winner in so�ball…Two-�me All-District selec�on…Member of the 2008 All-County team…Personal: Full name is Katy Michelle Stuckwish…Born March 4, 1990 in Knoxville, Tenn….Daughter of Ken and Marie Stuckwish…Has a younger brother, Nick (17)…Majoring in Pre-Pharmacy…SAC SAC Commissioner’s Honor Roll... Athle�c Director’s Honor Roll...Plans to a�end Pharmacy school a�er gradua�on...Favorite books: Janet Evanovich books, The Bible, “Tuesdays with Morrie”...Favorite class at Tusculum: Chemistry...Favorite midnight snack: Pretzels...Favorite musical ar�st: Paramore... Favorite song: “Sing, Sing, Sing” by Chris Tomlin; Favorite sports team: St. Louis Cardinals...Least favorite food: Seafood...Favorite athlete: Jim Edmonds of the Milwaukee Brewers...Favorite color: Orange...Favorite food: Chicken Alfredo... Favorite sport other than so�ball: Basketball... Most thrilling moment in sports: Making the most amazing play with one of my best friends in li�le league; Most famous person Katy has ever met: Tennessee women’s basketball head coach Pat Summit... Advice to kids: “Hugs not drugs”; The thing Katy admires most about Coach Gillum: His posi�ve a�tude...The toughest part of being a student-athlete: Time management...When Katy was a kid, she tried to be like: Her mother...When people first meet Katy, they think: She’s shy.

SS • 5-9 • R/R • SOPHOMORE MADISON, WIS. • TENNESSEE TECH • MADISON MEMORIAL HS

10

Tennessee Tech: Played one season (2010) at the Cookeville, Tenn. NCAA Division I program... Played in 34 contests, including 32 starts... Finished with four hits, five runs scored and two RBI... Accounted for two stolen bases and three sacrifice bunts... High School: Played her prep so�ball at Madison Memorial HS where she earned first team All-State honors as both a junior and senior... Named the Cap Times Player of the Year and the conference player of the year during her junior and senior seasons... Led her team to a conference championship as a junior... Personal: Full name is Lindsey Infante Umberger... Born March 17, 1991 in Madison, Wis... Daughter of Michael and Michelle Umberger... Athle�c Director’s Honor Roll... Hobbies include fishing, canoeing, snowboarding, rock climbing and music.

LINDSEY UMBERGER’S CAREER STATISTICS Year Avg. GP/GS 2010 .129 34/32 Totals .129 34/32

AB 31 31

R 5 5

Tennessee Tech University H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB SO OB% SB-SBA PO A E FLD% 4 0 0 0 2 4 .129 2 9 .206 2-2 33 52 6 .934 4 0 0 0 2 4 .129 2 9 .206 2-2 33 52 6 .934

ANDREA WILCOX

P/1B • 5-9 • R/R • FRESHMAN KNOXVILLE, TENN. • WEST HS

13

High School: Graduated from West HS in Knoxville, Tenn... Coached by Todd O’Dell... Earned team MVP honors three �mes and was an All-District selec�on on three occasions (2008, 2009, 2010)... Personal: Full name is Andrea Len Wilcox... Born May 3, 1992... Daughter of Greg and Melanie Wilcox... Brother - Jeremy Eslinger; Sister - Nicole Wilcox... Majoring in Pre-Physical Therapy... Athle�c Director’s Honor Roll... Plans to a�end graduated school a�er gradua�ng from Tusculum... Favorite books: “Harry Po�er”, “The Host”, “House of Night” series and anything by James Pa�erson... Favorite musical ar�st: Rascal Fla�s; Andrea can’t go a week without: Her cell phone; Most thrilling moment in sports: Hi�ng the game-winning base hit; Advice to kids: “Don’t procras�nate”; Favorite color: Green; Favorite food: Chinese; Favorite sport other than so�ball: Baseball: People Andrea most admires: Her parents; When people first meet Andrea, they think: She never talks.

KATY STUCKWISH’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2009 2010 Totals

Avg. GP/GS .333 14/8 .211 22/17 .244 36/25

AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB SO OB% SB-SBA PO 21 4 7 1 0 0 1 8 .381 1 8 .391 1-1 15 57 7 12 1 0 0 5 13 .228 3 16 .258 2-2 26 78 11 19 2 0 0 6 21 .269 4 24 .294 3-3 41

A 1 2 3

E FLD% 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 1.000

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2010 RESULTS Tusculum Game Results All games

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2010 STATISTICS Tusculum Overall Individual Sta�s�cs All games

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RECORD BOOK I��������� R������ Single-Game Hi�ng At-bats: 6, Ginger Blevins at Montreat, 4/16/97; Kim Black vs. Lee, 5/3/96; Bri�ani Brandle at Tennessee Wesleyan, 4/13/96 Runs: 4, 11 �mes; most recent by Chrissy Wilkison, Jenica Fernandez and Anna Johnson vs. Juniata, 3/6/07 Hits: 5, Angela Massengill at Tennessee Wesleyan, 4/13/06 Runs Ba�ed In: 8, Brie Griffin vs. Milligan, 3/12/07 Doubles: 3, five �mes; most recent by Brie Griffin vs. Lincoln Memorial, 4/9/07 Triples: 2, six �mes; most recent by Holli Cadenhead vs. King (Tenn.), 3/14/07 Home Runs: 3, Ashley Basilicato at Virginia-Wise, 3/25/08; Brie Griffin vs. Milligan, 3/12/07 Walks: 4, Brie Griffin vs. Wingate, 4/14/05; Sharon Walker at Virginia Intermont, 4/9/97 Total Bases: 12, Ashley Basilicato at Virginia-Wise, 3/25/08 (3 HR); Brie Griffin vs. Milligan, 3/12/07 (3 HR) Sacrifices: 2, several �mes Sacrifice Flies: 2, Angela Massengill vs. Virginia Intermont, 4/29/97 Stolen Bases: 3, Nicole Ringwall vs. Lander, 3/18/06; Nicole Ringwall vs. Georgia College & State, 2/11/05; Lori Smith vs. West Virginia Wesleyan, 3/3/00 Fielding Putouts: 18, Jennifer Zabetakis vs. St. Andrews, 3/3/00 Assists: 12, Donna Hammond vs. Trevecca Nazarene, 3/9/95 Errors: 4, Amanda Ford vs. Lander, 4/1/95 Pitching Innings Pitched: 9.1, Becky Mullins at Lenoir-Rhyne, 3/31/01; Renee Rhinehart at Lee, 4/12/96 Hits Allowed: 0, Donna Hammond vs Olivet, 3/9/95 (5 IP) Strikeouts: 13, Monica Funigiello vs. Robert Morris (Ill.), 2/25/05 (7 IP) Wild Pitches: 6, Candace Allwardt vs. Robert Morris (Ill.), 2/26/05 Hit Ba�ers: 5, Megan DuBois at Presbyterian, 4/14/07 Single-Season Hi�ng Ba�ng Average (min. 100 AB): .522, Vivian Christopher, 1992 Games Played: 62, Angela Massengill, 1995; Ginger Blevins, 1995; Emily Snead, 1995; Kelly Wilburn, 1995 Games Started: 62, Angela Massengill, 1995; Emily Snead, 1995 At-Bats: 199, Angela Massengill, 1995 Runs: 62, Ginger Blevins, 1995 Hits: 93, Angela Massengill, 1995 Doubles: 28, Angela Massengill, 1995 Triples: 8, Shonna Richardson, 1996; Becki Jones, 1993 Home Runs: 11, Carla Lloyd, 1991 Runs Ba�ed In: 57, Carla Lloyd, 1993 Total Bases: 132, Angela Massengill, 1995 Slugging Percentage (min. 100 AB): .911, Carla Lloyd, 1993 Walks: 28, Brie Griffin, 2005 Hit by Pitches: 8, Bri�any Hunley, 2010 On Base Percentage (min. 100 AB): .618, Carla Lloyd, 1993 Sacrifice Flies: 5, Beth Howard, 1995 Sacrifice Hits: 15, Bri�any Brandle, 1996 Stolen Bases: 40, Audrey Covington, 1991 Fielding Putouts: 384, Emily Snead, 1995 Assists: 175, Carla Buckles, 1991 Errors: 31, Heather Evans, 1995 Fielding Percentage (min. 100 chances): .993, Mitzi Foust, 2004 Pitching Earned Run Average (min. 100 IP): 0.75, Tammy Fairfax, 1993 Wins: 28, Tammy Fairfax, 1995 Losses: 17, Renee Rhinehart, 1996 Appearances: 43, Tammy Fairfax, 1995 Games Started: 42, Tammy Fairfax, 1995 Complete Games: 35, Tammy Fairfax, 1995 Shutouts: 7, Christa Shaw, 1994 Saves: 3, Monica Funigiello, 2005 Innings Pitched: 260.1, Tammy Fairfax, 1995 Fewest Hits Allowed (min. 100 IP): 52, Carla Buckles, 1990 Fewest Earned Runs Allowed (min. 100 IP): 11, Tammy Fairfax, 1993 Strikeouts: 142, Tammy Fairfax, 1995 Wild Pitches: 21, Tammy Fairfax, 1995 Hit Ba�ers: 19, Sarah Moder, 2005; Natasha Lindsey, 2004 Career Hi�ng Ba�ng Average (min. 200 AB): .427, Vivian Christopher, 1990-93 Games Played: 204, Angela Massengill, 1994-97 Games Started: 204, Angela Massengill, 1994-97 At-Bats: 645, Angela Massengill, 1994-97 Runs: 181, Becki Jones, 1991-94 Hits: 258, Angela Massengill, 1994-97 Doubles: 67, Angela Massengill, 1994-97 Triples: 21, Beth Howard, 1992-95 Home Runs: 29, Brie Griffin, 2004-07 Runs Ba�ed In: 161, Carla Lloyd, 1990-93 Total Bases: 362, Angela Massengill, 1994-97 Slugging Percentage (min. 200 AB): .750, Carla Lloyd, 1990-93 Walks: 94, Brie Griffin, 2004-07 Hit by Pitches: 14, Jessica Taylor, 2002-05 Sacrifice Flies: 7, Angela Massengill, 1994-97; Beth Howard, 1992-95 Sacrifice Hits: 31, Kelly Wilburn, 1994-96 Stolen Bases: 61, Becki Jones, 1991-94

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Fielding Putouts: 817, Brie Griffin, 2004-07 Assists: 422, Angela Massengill, 1994-97 Errors: 58, Judith St. Clair, 2002-04 Fielding Percentage (min. 200 total chances): .989, Chrissy Wilkison, 2006-07 Pitching Earned Run Average: 0.83, Carla Buckles, 1988-91 Wins: 85, Carla Buckles, 1988-91 Losses: 47, Holli Cadenhead, 2007-10 Appearances: 95, Holli Cadenhead, 2007-10 Games Started: 85, Tammy Fairfax, 1992-95 Complete Games: 67, Tammy Fairfax, 1992-95 Shutouts: 8, Tammy Fairfax, 1992-95; Laura Williams, 2001-04 Saves: 5, Monica Funigiello, 2005-06 Innings Pitched: 599.0, Christa Shaw, 1991-94 Fewest Hits Allowed (min. 200 IP): 103, Ann Harris, 1989-92 Fewest Earned Runs Allowed (min. 200 IP): 31, Carla Buckles, 1988-91 Strikeouts: 372, Christa Shaw, 1991-94 TEAM RECORDS Single-Game Hi�ng At-Bats: 45 vs. Lee, 5/3/96 Runs: 40 vs. Warren Wilson, 1991 Hits: 25 at Montreat, 4/16/97 Runs Ba�ed In: 24 at Montreat, 4/16/97 Doubles: 8 at Virginia Intermont, 4/9/97 Triples: 4 vs. King (Tenn.), 4/26/96 Home Runs: 4 vs. Gardner-Webb, 4/2/95 Walks: 14 at Virginia Intermont, 4/9/97 Stolen Bases: 6, four �mes; most recent at Barton, 2/21/10 Hit Ba�ers: 3, three �mes; most recent at Mount Olive, 2/20/10 Sacrifice Hits: 5 at Lenoir-Rhyne, 3/20/99 Sacrifice Flies: 3 vs. Tennessee Wesleyan, 5/12/96 Runners Le� on Base: 13, five �mes; most recent at Mount Olive, 2/20/10 Total Bases: 35, twice; most recent at Virginia Intermont, 4/9/97 Combined Runs (TC-Opp.-Combined): 40 vs. Warren Wilson, 1991 (40-0-40) Combined Hits (TC-Opp.-Combined): 32 at Montreat, 4/16/97 (25-7-32) Combined Runners Le� on Base (TC-Opp.-Combined): 21, seven �mes; most recent vs. Georgia Southwestern, 3/1/03 (9-12-21) Fielding Putouts: 31 vs. Mobile, 4/19/96 Assists: 21 at Limestone, 2/18/01 Errors: 8, three �mes; most recent vs. Mountain State, 3/15/02 Double Plays Turned: 4 vs. North Greenville, 4/1/10 Combined Errrors (Home-Opp.-Combined): 12 vs. Mountain State, 3/15/02 (8-4-12) Pitching Innings Pitched: 9.1, twice; most recent at Lenoir-Rhyne, 3/31/01 Most Runs Allowed: 20 vs. Lincoln Memorial, 3/26/08 Fewest Hits Allowed: 0 vs. Olivet Nazarene, 3/9/95 (5 IP) Most Hits Allowed: 19 vs. Carson-Newman, 4/2/08 (7 IP) Walks Allowed: 11, three �mes; most recent vs. Faye�eville State, 3/12/05 Strikeouts: 13 vs. Robert Morris (Ill.), 2/25/05 Wild Pitches: 6 vs. Robert Morris (Ill.), 2/26/05 Hit Ba�ers: 5 at Presbyterian, 4/14/07 Single-Season Hi�ng Ba�ng Average: .394, 1992 At-Bats: 1678, 1995 Runs Scored: 495, 1991 Hits: 547, 1992 Doubles: 106, 1992 Triples: 39, 1992 Home Runs: 30, 2007 Runs Ba�ed In: 355, 1992 Total Bases: 788, 1992 Slugging Percentage: .568, 1992 Walks: 147, 1995 On Base Percentage: .395, 1997 Stolen Bases: 97, 1992 Sacrifice Flies: 14, 1995 Sacrifice Hits: 51, 1995 Fielding Putouts: 1211, 1995 Assists: 546, 1995 Most Errors: 133, 1995 Least Errors: 54, 2010 Fielding Percentage: .957, 2009 and 2010 Double Plays Turned: 24, 2007 Pitching Earned Run Average: 1.06, 1991 Complete Games: 54, 1995 Fewest Hits Allowed: 216, 1991 Most Hits Allowed: 416, 1996 Fewest Runs Allowed: 108, 1991 Most Runs Allowed: 251, 2002 Fewest Earned Runs Allowed: 46, 1991 Fewest Walks Allowed: 27, 2001 Strikeouts: 264, 2005 Ba�ng Average Against: .242, 1995 Most Wild Pitches: 38, 2002 Hit Ba�ers: 28, 2004 Shutouts: 18, 1991


HONOR ROLL All-TVAC

1989

Ramona O�nger

District Player of the Year 1993

1988

Carla Buckles

1989

Carla Buckles

1988

Angie Huff

1989

Angie Huff

1989

Carla Buckles

1990

Carla Buckles

TVAC Player of the Year

1989

Angie Huff

1990

Angie Huff

1996

1989

Lorrie Wright-Shapiro

1991

Angie Huff

1989

Ramona O�nger

1991

Carla Loyd

SAC Freshman of the Year

1990

Carla Buckles

1992

Vivian Christopher

2004

1990

Angie Huff

1993

Carla Loyd

1990

Lorrie Wright-Shapiro

1993

Vivian Christopher

NAIA All-Region

1991

Carla Loyd

1993

Becki Jones

1995

Angela Massengill

1991

Angie Huff

1994

Beth Howard

1997

Ginger Blevins

1992

Vivian Christopher

1994

Becki Jones

1997

Angela Massengill

1993

Vivian Christopher

1994

Ginger Blevins

1993

Carla Loyd

1993

Becki Jones

All-South Atlan�c Conference

1994

Becki Jones

2003

1994

Jenny Gentry

2004

Brie Griffin (1st team)

All-Sec�onal

1994

Ginger Blevins

2004

Ali White (1st team)

1997

Ginger Blevins

1994

Beth Howard

2004

Natasha Lindsey (2nd team)

1997

Angela Massengill

1994

Christa Shaw

2005

Jessica Taylor (2nd team)

1997

Kim Black

1995

Beth Howard

2008

Ashley Basilicato (2nd team)

1997

Rachel Hatmaker

1995

Angela Massengill

1997

Renee Rhinehart

1995

Ginger Blevins

All-America

1997

Sharon Walker

1995

Tammy Fairfax

1990

Carla Buckles (HM)

1996

Angela Massengill

1990

Angie Huff (HM)

All-America Scholar-Athlete

1996

Ginger Blevins

1991

Angie Huff (1st team)

1995

Tammy Fairfax

1996

Aundria Barras

1992

Vivian Christopher (2nd team)

1997

Angela Massengill

1996

Kim Black

1993

Vivian Christopher (2nd team)

Carla Loyd

Angela Massengill

Brie Griffin

NCAA II All-South Atlan�c Region 2004

Brie Griffin (2nd team)

Judith St. Clair (2nd team)

1993

Carla Loyd (2nd team)

TVAC Champs

All-District 24

1993

Becki Jones (2nd team)

1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1993

1986

Ramona O�nger

1994

Becki Jones (2nd team)

1987

Ramona O�nger

1995

Angela Massengill (2nd team)

1988

Carla Buckles

1988

Angie Huff

Brie Griffin

Megan DuBois

Chrissy Wilkison

Vivian Christopher

Beth Howard

Angela Massengill

Kim Black

Tammy Fairfax

Ginger Blevins

Carla Loyd

Laura Williams

Becky Mullins

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1981 (15-12)

1991 (49-10)

1993 (47-14)

1994 (31-21)

Coach: J.C. “Red” Edmonds Results Not Available

District 24 Champions TVAC Champions NAIA Na�onal Tournament Coach: J.C. “Red” Edmonds

District 24 Champions TVAC Champions NAIA Na�onal Tournament Coach: J.C. “Red” Edmonds

Coach: J.C. “Red” Edmonds

1982 (23-9) Coach: J.C. “Red” Edmonds Results Not Available

1983 (27-6) Coach: J.C. “Red” Edmonds Results Not Available

1984 (19-11) District 24 Champions NAIA Na�onal Tournament Coach: J.C. “Red” Edmonds Results Not Available

1985 (27-14) District 24 Champions NAIA Na�onal Tournament Coach: J.C. “Red” Edmonds Results Not Available

1986 (35-11) District 24 Champions TVAC Champions Coach: J.C. “Red” Edmonds Results Not Available

1987 (30-7) District 24 Champions TVAC Champions Coach: J.C. “Red” Edmonds Results Not Available

1988 (39-11) TVAC Champions Coach: J.C. “Red” Edmonds Results Not Available

1989 (40-11) TVAC Champions Coach: J.C. “Red” Edmonds Results Not Available

1990 (37-14) District 24 Champions TVAC Champions Coach: J.C. “Red” Edmonds Results Not Available

Date Opponent 1991 Bethel 1991 Bethel 1991 Maryville 1991 Maryville 1991 Cumberland (Ky.) 1991 Cumberland (Ky.) 1991 Lander 1991 Lander 1991 Mobile 1991 Mobile 1991 IUPUI Fort Wayne 1991 Lander 1991 West Florida 1991 Lake Forest 1991 Carson-Newman 1991 Milligan 1991 Cumberland (Tenn.) 1991 Cumberland (Tenn.) 1991 Lincoln Memorial 1991 Lincoln Memorial 1991 Tenn. Wesleyan* 1991 Tenn. Wesleyan* 1991 Warren Wilson 1991 Warren Wilson 1991 Catawba 1991 Carthage 1991 Concord 1991 Charleston (W.Va.) 1991 Lee 1991 Lee 1991 Maryville 1991 Maryville 1991 Lee 1991 Lee 1991 Milligan 1991 Milligan 1991 Lander 1991 Central Wesleyan 1991 Newberry 1991 Bluefield (Va.) 1991 Bluefield (Va.) 1991 Warren Wilson 1991 Warren Wilson 1991 Tenn. Wesleyan 1991 Tenn. Wesleyan 1991 Bluefield (Va.) 1991 Bluefield (Va.) 1991 Lincoln Memorial# 1991 Lee# 1991 Milligan# 1991 Shepherd% 1991 Shepherd% 5/16 vs. Hawaii-Loa^ 5/16 vs. St. Rose^ 5/17 vs. Siena Heights^ 5/17 vs. St. Mary^ # District 24 Tournament % Bi-District XIII Tournament ^ NAIA Na�onal Tournament

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1992 (41-13) Coach: J.C. “Red” Edmonds Results Not Available

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Score 16-3 16-0 6-0 7-0 5-1 10-0 0-2 6-3 3-7 3-2 11-2 3-9 1-6 15-2 3-4 11-1 9-0 14-6 18-5 7-3 2-3 3-1 31-0 40-0 2-1 8-3 13-2 8-0 6-0 1-5 3-1 7-3 1-0 2-1 2-3 10-7 3-0 11-0 3-2 24-2 10-0 29-1 22-4 7-0 7-0 9-0 9-0 21-4 5-4 12-2 6-1 14-2 0-6 13-9 2-0

Date Opponent W-L Score 0-3 2/28 at Hun�ngdon L 2-3 2/28 at Hun�ngdon L 1-0 3/1 at Mobile^ W 2-8 3/1 at Mobile^ L 2-5 3/2 at Belmont^ L 1-4 3/2 at West Florida^ L 6-0 3/3 at St. Francis^ W 2-1 3/3 at King^ W 2-0 3/4 at St. Francis^ W 1-8 3/6 at West Florida^ L 6-8 3/6 vs. Belmont^ L 3-1 3/9 Mars Hill W 7-2 3/9 Mars Hill W 10-0 3/11 King* W 8-2 3/11 King* W 8-2 3/20 at Limestone W 10-7 3/20 at Limestone W 11-0 3/25 King* W 13-0 3/25 King* W 8-4 3/29 at Lee* W 12-3 3/29 at Lee* W 11-0 4/1 at Tenn. Wesleyan* W 12-0 4/1 at Tenn. Wesleyan* W 13-0 4/2 Concord# W 11-0 4/2 Limestone# W 14-0 4/3 W.Va. Wesleyan# W 12-0 4/3 Concord# W 18-2 4/3 Limestone# W 3-2 4/4 Milligan* W 2-4 4/4 Milligan* L 7-3 4/6 Bluefield* W 10-0 4/6 Bluefield* W 5-1 4/7 Lee* W 6-1 4/7 Lee* W 7-1 4/8 Limestone W 9-2 4/8 Limestone W 3-1 4/12 Lincoln Memorial W 2-0 4/12 Lincoln Memorial W 12-0 4/13 Tenn. Wesleyan* W 7-0 4/13 Tenn. Wesleyan* W 7-5 4/14 at Lincoln Memorial W 11-0 4/14 at Lincoln Memorial W 11-0 4/15 at Bluefield* W 18-0 4/15 at Bluefield* W 1-5 4/17 at Kennesaw St.@ L 5-4 4/17 vs. West Florida@ L 2-4 4/17 vs. Lander@ L 9-1 4/20 at Milligan W 17-0 4/20 at Milligan W 8-0 4/23 vs. Tenn. Wesleyan$ W 0-2 4/23 vs. Milligan$ L 8-2 4/23 at Lee$ W 10-2 4/24 vs. Belmont$ W 6-1 4/24 vs. Milligan$ W 2-1 4/24 vs. Lambuth$ W 6-3 4/24 vs. Lambuth$ W 3-0 4/30 vs. W.Va. Wesleyan% W 9-0 4/30 vs. W.Va. Wesleyan% W 4-2 5/20 vs. St. Francis& W 1-5 5/20 vs. Oklahoma City& L 4-7 5/21 vs. William Woods& L * TVAC Games ^ West Florida Tournament, Pensacola, Fla. # Tusculum Tournament, Greeneville, Tenn. @ Kennesaw St. Tourn., Kennesaw, Ga. $ District 24 Tournament, Cleveland, Tenn. % Bi-District XIII Tournament & NAIA Na�onal Tourn., Columbia, Mo.

Date Opponent 3/5 at Faulkner 3/5 at Faulkner 3/6 at Hun�ngdon 3/6 at Hun�ngdon 3/7 at Mobile^ 3/7 at Mobile^ 3/7 vs. N.E. Missouri St.^ 3/7 vs. N.E. Missouri St.^ 3/10 vs. Han-LaGrange^ 3/10 vs. N.W. Missouri St.^ 3/10 vs. Beloit^ 3/11 vs. IUPUFort Wayne^ 3/11 vs. Lee^ 3/11 at West Florida^ 3/15 at King* 3/15 at King* 3/16 at Mars Hill 3/16 at Mars Hill 3/17 at Carson-Newman 3/17 at Carson-Newman 3/19 at Tenn. Wesleyan* 3/19 at Tenn. Wesleyan* 3/23 at Milligan* 3/23 at Milligan* 3/25 at Limestone% 3/25 vs. Elon% 3/26 vs. Anderson% 3/26 vs. W.Va. Wesleyan% 3/29 at Lee* 3/29 at Lee* 4/1 Cumberland (Tenn.) 4/1 Cumberland (Tenn.) 4/2 Piedmont 4/2 Piedmont 4/8 Shawnee St.# 4/9 Limestone# 4/9 Kennesaw St.# 4/12 King* 4/12 King* 4/19 Lee* 4/19 Lee* 4/21 Bluefield (Va.)* 4/21 Bluefield (Va.)* 4/22 Milligan* 4/22 Milligan* 4/23 Tenn. Wesleyan* 4/23 Tenn. Wesleyan* 4/25 at Bluefield (Va.)* 4/25 at Bluefield (Va.)* 4/28 vs. Lee$ 4/28 vs. Belmont$ 4/29 vs. Lambuth$ * TVAC Games ^ West Florida Tournament % Limestone Tournament # Tusculum Tournament $ District 24 Tournament

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Score 1-9 1-9 0-6 2-5 0-8 1-8 2-0 5-1 9-1 2-9 8-1 9-1 7-0 0-2 9-0 13-1 4-3 5-3 0-5 3-8 15-3 8-0 6-3 1-3 1-2 1-2 7-0 1-3 1-2 4-8 10-2 9-1 4-3 6-1 2-3 9-1 0-4 11-3 8-0 8-0 7-6 8-0 12-4 8-0 1-2 10-2 9-1 9-0 8-0 4-2 0-2 0-1


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1995 (40-20)

1996 (21-23)

1997 (27-13)

1999 (10-24)

Coach: Toby Brooks

Coach: Toby Brooks

Coach: Toby Brooks

Coach: Kipp Keenan

Date Opponent W-L Score 7-1 2/24 Lees-McRae W 2/24 Lees-McRae W 15-3 3/4 Milligan W 8-0 3/4 Milligan W 8-0 3/7 at Lees-McRae W 6-3 3/7 at Lees-McRae W 6-0 3/8 at Lincoln Memorial L 0-2 3/8 at Lincoln Memorial L 0-4 3/12 at Francis Marion W 1-0 3/12 at Francis Marion L 3-4 3/15 vs. Hun�ngdon^ W 4-1 3/15 vs. Faulkner^ W 4-1 3/21 Pikeville W 7-4 3/21 Pikeville W 5-1 3/26 Tenn. Wesleyan W 10-1 3/26 Tenn. Wesleyan W 4-0 3/28 Montreat W 8-0 4/1 at Milligan W 3-1 4/1 at Milligan W 3-0 4/4 Milligan$ W 7-1 4/4 #8 Athens St.$ L 3-9 4/5 Montreat$ W 12-3 4/5 #17 Limestone$ L 6-7 4/5 #3 Shawnee St.$ L 1-10 4/9 at Virginia Intermont W 23-2 4/9 at Virginia Intermont W 16-5 4/14 at Mars Hill W 6-1 4/14 at Mars Hill W 9-2 4/16 at Montreat W 24-1 4/16 at Montreat W 12-4 4/18 vs. #22 LaGrange@ L 1-3 4/18 vs. M.U.W.@ L 1-9 4/19 vs. #22 LaGrange@ L 0-5 4/29 Virginia Intermont W 15-1 5/2 vs. W.Va. St.+ W 4-3 5/2 vs. #14 Belmont+ L 0-9 5/3 vs. Chris�an Bros.+ W 3-2 5/3 vs. #14 Belmont+ L 0-6 5/9 vs. #16 Lipscomb% L 0-7 5/9 vs. Midway% L 2-7 ^ at Demorest, Ga. $ TC Invita�onal Tourn, Greeneville, Tenn. @ Athens St. Tournament, Athens, Ala. + Mid-South Independent Sec�onals % Mid-South Regionals

Date Opponent W-L Score 1-2 2/20 at Carson-Newman L 2/20 at Carson-Newman L 2-7 2/25 Milligan W 10-1 2/25 Milligan W 11-0 2/27 vs. Shippensburg# L 0-6 2/27 vs. Pfeiffer# L 1-9 2/27 vs. Gardner-Webb# W 6-5 2/28 vs. Col. of W. Va.# W 11-1 3/1 Mars Hill W 9-1 3/1 Mars Hill W 6-2 3/5 vs. Limestone% L 0-8 3/5 vs. S. Indiana% L 0-10 3/6 vs. Lander% L 0-9 3/6 vs. Francis Marion% L 1-9 3/12 Col. of W. Virginia W 10-2 3/12 Col. of W. Virginia W 11-6 3/16 Carson-Newman L 2-8 3/16 Carson-Newman L 0-3 3/18 at Emory & Henry W 5-1 3/18 at Emory & Henry W 10-8 3/20 at Lenoir-Rhyne L 0-8 3/20 at Lenoir-Rhyne L 6-7 3/24 at Mars Hill W 4-3 3/24 at Mars Hill W 11-1 3/27 at Newberry L 3-4 3/27 at Newberry W 6-1 3/28 at Limestone L 0-9 3/28 at Limestone L 2-11 3/31 Lenoir-Rhyne W 6-2 4/5 Tenn. Wesleyan W 3-0 4/5 Tenn. Wesleyan W 6-3 4/6 Lincoln Memorial L 0-4 4/6 Lincoln Memorial L 4-8 4/12 at Gardner-Webb L 5-6 4/12 at Gardner-Webb L 0-12 4/14 at Lincoln Memorial L 0-3 4/14 at Lincoln Memorial L 0-7 4/18 Catawba L 0-5 4/18 Catawba L 1-3 4/19 at Milligan W 4-0 4/19 at Milligan W 6-0 4/30 Montreat W 4-2 4/30 Montreat L 1-5 # Catawba Tournament, Salisbury, N.C. % Queens Tournament, Rock Hill, S.C.

1998 (5-27)

2000 (13-24)

Coach: Kipp Keenan

Coach: Kipp Keenan

Date Opponent W-L 3/3 vs. M.U.W.^ L 3/3 at West Georgia^ W 3/4 vs. Georgia College^ W 3/4 vs. Kennesaw St.^ L 3/6 vs. Monmouth^ L 3/9 vs. Trev. Nazarene% L 3/9 vs. Olivet Nazarene% W 3/10 vs. Heidelberg% W 3/10 vs. Belmont% W 3/10 vs. Monmouth% L 3/12 at Piedmont W 3/12 at Piedmont W 3/14 Mars Hill W 3/14 Mars Hill W 3/15 Olivet Nazarene W 3/15 Olivet Nazarene W 3/16 at King* W 3/16 at King* W 3/21 Lee* L 3/21 Lee* L 3/22 Cumberland (Ky.) W 3/22 Cumberland (Ky.) W 3/24 Bluefield* W 3/24 Bluefield* W 3/25 Piedmont L 3/25 Piedmont W 3/27 at Mars Hill W 3/27 at Mars Hill W 3/28 at Milligan* L 3/28 at Milligan* W 4/1 vs. Elon W 4/1 at Limestone W 4/1 vs. Lander L 4/2 vs. Mars Hill W 4/2 vs. Gardner-Webb W 4/5 Tenn. Wesleyan* W 4/5 Tenn. Wesleyan* W 4/7 Limestone W 4/7 Lambuth W 4/7 Grace W 4/8 Shawnee St. L 4/8 Milligan W 4/8 Athens St. L 4/12 at Lincoln Memorial L 4/12 at Lincoln Memorial W 4/13 King* W 4/13 King* W 4/14 Milligan* W 4/14 Milligan* L 4/19 at Bluefield* W 4/19 at Bluefield* W 4/21 at Lee* L 4/21 at Lee* L 4/22 at Tenn. Wesleyan* W 4/22 at Tenn. Wesleyan* W 5/4 vs. Bluefield# W 5/4 at Lee# W 5/5 at Lee# L 5/5 at Lee# L 5/10 vs. Ald. Broaddus$ W 5/10 vs. Coker$ L 5/11 vs. Barton$ L * TVAC Games ^ West Georgia Tournament % West Florida Tournament # TVAC Tournament $ Mid-South Regional Tournament

Score 2-6 4-1 7-1 0-5 1-2 0-1 9-0 6-3 3-1 0-5 4-1 8-2 2-1 9-1 4-1 6-1 11-4 15-3 1-5 4-5 2-0 7-6 9-4 10-2 0-2 8-4 3-1 10-0 2-5 10-6 3-0 7-0 4-5 8-0 12-0 7-6 9-1 7-6 2-0 11-9 1-7 14-9 0-11 3-5 11-2 7-5 17-9 6-2 5-8 10-1 5-1 2-3 3-4 4-3 7-0 5-3 7-3 5-8 3-11 7-1 1-9 6-7

Date Opponent 3/1 vs. M.U.W.^ 3/1 vs. Augusta^ 3/1 vs. Lincoln Memorial^ 3/2 vs. West Georgia^ 3/6 at Mobile% 3/6 at Mobile% 3/7 vs. William Penn% 3/7 vs. Brescia% 3/7 vs. Southwest St.% 3/12 Olivet Nazarene 3/12 Olivet Nazarene 3/14 Bluefield* 3/14 Bluefield* 3/25 King* 3/25 King* 3/29 vs. Coker$ 3/30 vs. Elon$ 3/30 vs. Lander$ 3/30 vs. Limestone$ 4/2 Mars Hill 4/2 Mars Hill 4/4 at Montreat* 4/4 at Montreat* 4/5 vs. Grace# 4/5 vs. Shawnee St.# 4/6 vs. Limestone# 4/6 vs. Grace# 4/6 vs. Shawnee St.# 4/10 at Milligan* 4/10 at Milligan* 4/12 at Lee* 4/12 at Lee* 4/13 at Tenn. Wesleyan* 4/17 Montreat* 4/17 Montreat* 4/18 Milligan* 4/18 Milligan* 4/19 vs. Athens St.& 4/19 vs. Mobile& 4/22 Lee* 4/22 Lee* 4/24 Tenn. Wesleyan* 4/24 Tenn. Wesleyan* 4/24 Tenn. Wesleyan* 4/26 King* 4/26 King* 4/28 at Bluefield* 4/28 at Bluefield* 5/2 vs. TN Wesleyan# 5/2 vs. Lee# 5/2 vs. King# 5/3 vs. Montreat# 5/3 vs. Milligan# 5/3 vs. Lee# *TVAC Games ^ West Georgia Tournament % West Florida Tournament $ Limestone Tournament # Tusculum Tournament & Athens St. Tournament # TVAC Touranment

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Score 3-6 1-5 3-5 6-5 0-7 1-6 2-3 7-5 5-7 4-6 11-5 3-2 6-1 3-0 8-0 0-3 0-2 7-3 6-11 11-1 9-2 8-2 1-3 12-1 2-10 12-11 10-1 1-9 5-3 5-1 5-6 0-3 18-3 9-1 14-6 0-1 5-10 3-11 0-8 8-0 1-9 9-1 8-3 9-1 27-2 17-8 7-1 5-0 15-7 2-8 5-2 6-1 6-3 8-9

Date 2/21 2/21 2/25 2/25 2/27 2/27 3/2 3/2 3/16 3/16 3/18 3/18 3/21 3/26 3/27 3/28 3/28 4/1 4/1 4/3 4/3 4/4 4/4 4/7 4/7 4/10 4/10 4/11 4/11 4/18 4/18

Opponent Brescia Brescia Lenoir-Rhyne Lenoir-Rhyne Lees-McRae Lees-McRae Mars Hill Mars Hill Lincoln Memorial Lincoln Memorial at Milligan at Milligan Shawnee St. Montreat at Montreat at Limestone at Limestone at Tenn. Wesleyan at Tenn. Wesleyan at Lincoln Memorial at Lincoln Memorial at Lee at Lee Milligan Milligan at Lenoir-Rhyne at Lenoir-Rhyne at Elon at Elon at Limestone at Limestone

W-L W L L L L L W W L L L L L W L L L W L L L L L L L L L L L L L

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

Date Opponent W-L Score 3-4 2/26 Milligan L 2/26 Milligan W 9-1 2/28 Lees-McRae L 3-4 2/28 Lees-McRae W 8-1 2/29 Tenn. Wesleyan W 5-2 2/29 Tenn. Wesleyan L 0-2 3/3 vs. W.Va. Wesleyan+ W 5-3 3/3 vs. St. Andrews+ L 1-3 3/5 vs. Wingate+ L 1-8 3/5 vs. Limestone+ W 8-5 3/5 vs. Francis Marion+ L 0-2 3/6 #23 Columbus St. L 2-5 3/6 #23 Columbus St. L 7-9 3/8 Emory & Henry W 11-3 3/8 Emory & Henry W 6-1 3/10 College of West Va. L 3-6 3/10 College of West Va. W 9-1 3/18 at Carson-Newman* L 0-3 3/18 at Carson-Newman* L 1-6 3/23 at Lees-McRae L 0-2 3/23 at Lees-McRae L 4-8 3/25 at Newberry* W 9-1 3/25 at Newberry* L 3-5 3/28 Lenoir-Rhyne* W 4-0 3/28 Lenoir-Rhyne* L 3-5 3/31 at Catawba* W 5-2 3/31 at Catawba* L 0-1 4/1 at Limestone% L 1-2 4/1 vs. Francis Marion% L 1-7 4/6 at Wingate* L 1-6 4/6 at Wingate* L 1-2 4/9 Presbyterian* L 2-6 4/9 Presbyterian* L 0-4 4/14 Mars Hill* W 3-2 4/14 Mars Hill* W 4-0 4/19 vs. Presbyterian@ L 4-5 4/20 vs. Gardner-Webb@ L 2-4 * South Atlan�c Conference Game + Queens Tournament, Charlo�e, N.C. % Limestone Invita�onal, Gaffney, S.C. @ SAC Tournament, Salisbury, N.C.

2011 Tusculum Softball -- 19


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 2003 (24-24)

2001 (9-25)

Coach: Lisa Minton

Coach: Lisa Minton Date Opponent W-L 2/11 at Lander W 2/11 at Lander L 2/17 at USC Spartanburg L 2/17 at USC Spartanburg L 2/18 at Limestone L 2/18 at Limestone W 3/1 VirginiaWise W 3/1 VirginiaWise W 3/6 at Coker L 3/6 at Coker L 3/9 vs. Coker% L 3/9 vs. USC Aiken% L 3/10 vs. Barton% W 3/10 at Francis Marion% L 3/11 vs. Limestone% L 3/14 at Lincoln Memorial L 3/14 at Lincoln Memorial L 3/22 Carson-Newman* L 3/22 Carson-Newman* L 3/23 College of West Va. L 3/23 College of West Va. W 3/24 Catawba* L 3/24 Catawba* L 3/27 Lincoln Memorial L 3/27 Lincoln Memorial L 3/31 at Lenoir-Rhyne* L 4/5 at Presbyterian* L 4/5 at Presbyterian* L 4/7 Wingate* L 4/7 Wingate* W 4/11 at Mars Hill* W 4/11 at Mars Hill* W 4/19 vs. Newberry@ L 4/20 vs. Wingate@ L % Patriot Invita�onal, Florence, S.C. * South Atlan�c Conference Game @ SAC Tournament, Clinton, S.C.

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

2002 (10-38) Coach: Lisa Minton Date Opponent W-L 2/12 Cha�anooga L 2/12 Cha�anooga L 2/15 at USC Spartanburg L 2/15 at USC Spartanburg L 2/16 at Limestone L 2/16 at Limestone L 2/21 at Milligan L 2/21 at Milligan W 2/23 UNC Pembroke W 2/23 UNC Pembroke L 2/26 at Lees-McRae W 2/26 at Lees-McRae W 3/2 vs. Francis Marion% L 3/8 at Tenn. Wesleyan+ L 3/8 vs. North Georgia+ L 3/8 vs. Lee+ L 3/9 vs. North Georgia+ L 3/9 vs. Virginia Wise+ L 3/14 Lincoln Memorial L 3/14 Lincoln Memorial L 3/15 Mountain St. W 3/15 Mountain St. L 3/19 at Lee W 3/19 at Lee L 3/22 at Catawba* W 3/22 at Catawba* W 3/27 at Carson-Newman* L 3/27 at Carson-Newman* L 4/2 at Lincoln Memorial L 4/2 at Lincoln Memorial L 4/4 Lees-McRae L 4/4 Lees-McRae W 4/6 Lenoir-Rhyne* L 4/6 Lenoir-Rhyne* L 4/9 at Wingate* L 4/9 at Wingate* L 4/11 Presbyterian* L 4/11 Presbyterian* W 4/15 Mars Hill* L 4/15 Mars Hill* L 4/16 Milligan L 4/16 Milligan L 4/19 Lee L 4/19 Lee L 4/20 at Newberry* L 4/20 at Newberry* L 4/25 vs. Lenoir-Rhyne@ L 4/25 vs. Mars Hill@ L * South Atlan�c Conference Game + at Coker Tournament, Florence, S.C. % Tenn. Wesleyan Tourn., Athens, Tenn. @ SAC Tournament, Clinton, S.C.

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

Date Opponent W-L Score 2/15 at Savannah Col. of A&D+ L 3-5 2/15 vs Ga. Col. & St.+ L 3-7 2/15 vs N. Ga. Col. & St.+ L 1-6 2/18 at Cha�anooga L 0-8 2/18 at Cha�anooga L 0-8 2/19 Milligan W 9-1 2/19 Milligan W 8-5 2/28 vs. North Alabama% L 0-1 2/28 vs. West Georgia% W 1-0 3/1 vs. #10 Kennesaw St.% L 1-3 3/1 vs. Ga. Col. & St.% L 0-11 3/1 vs. Ga. Southwestern% L 2-10 3/6 Virginia Intermont W 5-2 3/6 Virginia Intermont W 17-0 3/7 vs. Pikeville# W 12-3 3/7 vs. Mountain St.# W 8-0 3/8 Clark Atlanta# W 8-0 3/8 Pikeville# W 7-0 3/11 at Virginia Intermont W 9-0 3/11 at Virginia Intermont W 5-3 3/15 at Lincoln Memorial W 7-2 3/15 at Lincoln Memorial L 4-12 3/19 North Greenville W 2-1 3/19 North Greenville W 9-3 3/25 at Milligan W 3-1 3/25 at Milligan W 2-1 3/27 Catawba* L 1-2 3/27 Catawba* L 1-4 3/29 vs. West Liberty St.$ W 6-2 3/29 vs. USC Aiken$ W 11-1 3/29 vs. West Virginia St.$ L 2-8 4/1 Carson-Newman* L 0-4 4/1 Carson-Newman* L 1-4 4/4 at Lenoir-Rhyne* L 0-1 4/4 at Lenoir-Rhyne* L 0-6 4/5 Newberry* W 3-0 4/5 Newberry* W 1-0 4/12 at Presbyterian* L 1-3 4/12 at Presbyterian* W 6-5 4/13 Wingate* L 1-2 4/13 Wingate* L 0-2 4/15 at Mars Hill* L 2-3 4/15 at Mars Hill* L 1-4 4/16 Lincoln Memorial W 6-3 4/16 Lincoln Memorial W 4-3 4/24 vs. Wingate@ L 0-1 4/24 vs. Catawba@ W 2-1 4/26 vs. Carson-Newman@ L 0-1 * South Atlan�c Conference game + Tusculum College Tourn., Savannah, Ga. % Braves Invita�onal, Carrollton, Ga. # Days Inn/TC Spring Invit., Greeneville, Tenn. $ W.Va. Wesleyan/Salem Tourn., Salem, Va. @ SAC Tournament, Clinton, S.C.

2004 (29-18) Coach: Lisa Minton Date 2/7 2/7 2/11 2/11 2/17 2/17 2/20 2/20 2/21 2/21 2/24 2/24 2/25 2/25 3/5 3/5 3/5 3/6 3/12 3/12 3/13 3/13 3/14 3/17 3/17 3/23 3/24 3/24 3/30 3/30 4/3 4/3 4/4 4/4 4/6 4/6

20 - 2011 Tusculum Softball

Opponent at #9 Kennesaw State at #9 Kennesaw State Milligan Milligan Lees-McRae Lees-McRae Mountain State@ vs Spalding@ vs Erskine@ Erskine@ at Virginia Intermont at Virginia Intermont Brevard Brevard Bluefield State# Wisconsin-Parkside# vs Mars Hill# Wisconsin-Parkside# vs Anderson$ vs Lander$ vs Francis Marion$ vs USC Spartanburg$ vs Columbus State$ Lincoln Memorial Lincoln Memorial at Lees-McRae Virginia Intermont Virginia Intermont at Carson-Newman* at Carson-Newman* at Catawba* at Catawba* Lenoir-Rhyne* Lenoir-Rhyne* Mars Hill* Mars Hill*

W-L L L L W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W L W L L W L W W W W W L W L W W W

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

4/9 at Newberry* W 4/9 at Newberry* L 4/14 at Wingate* L 4/14 at Wingate* L 4/17 Presbyterian* L 4/17 Presbyterian* L 4/19 at Lincoln Memorial L 4/19 at Lincoln Memorial L 4/22 vs Carson-Newman& L 4/22 vs Mars Hill& W 4/23 vs Wingate& L * South Atlantic Conference game @ TC/Comfort Inn Classic, Greeneville, Tenn. # TC Spring Invitational, Greeneville, Tenn. $ Francis Marion Invitational, Florence, S.C. & SAC Tournament, Rock Hill, S.C.

6-1 0-1 1-2 1-4 3-4 2-7 2-10 4-5 0-2 14-1 1-10

2005 (23-24) Coach: Wes Holly, Jr. Date Opponent W-L 2/11 vs. GC&SU^ W 2/11 at Kennesaw St.^ L 2/12 vs. Limestone^ W 2/12 at Kennesaw St.^ L 2/15 Anderson W 2/15 Anderson W 2/19 at Armstrong Atl. L 2/19 at Armstrong Atl. W 2/23 at Erskine W 2/23 at Erskine W 2/25 Robert Morris& W 2/25 Bellarmine& W 2/26 Robert Morris& W 2/26 Bellarmine& L 3/10 at USC Aiken L 3/10 at USC Aiken L 3/11 vs. Columbus St.% L 3/11 at Francis Marion% L 3/12 vs. Faye�eville St.% W 3/12 vs. West Liberty% W 3/13 vs. USC Aiken% L 3/15 at Anderson W 3/15 at Anderson W 3/18 Alderson-Broaddus$ W 3/18 Ashland$ W 3/19 Ashland$ L 3/19 Alderson-Broaddus$ W 3/26 at Lenoir-Rhyne* L 3/26 at Lenoir-Rhyne* L 3/29 Carson-Newman* L 3/29 Carson-Newman* W 4/5 at Mars Hill* W 4/5 at Mars Hill* W 4/6 Lincoln Memorial L 4/6 Lincoln Memorial W 4/9 Newberry* W 4/9 Newberry* W 4/11 at Lincoln Memorial L 4/11 at Lincoln Memorial L 4/14 Wingate* L 4/14 Wingate* L 4/16 at Presbyterian* L 4/16 at Presbyterian* L 4/17 Limestone W 4/17 Limestone L 4/22 vs. Presbyterian! L 4/22 vs. Mars Hill! L * South Atlan�c Conference game ^ Kennesaw St. Tournament, Kennesaw, Ga. & TC Orange and Black Classic % Francis Marion Patriot Invite, Florence, S.C. $ TC Comfort Inn Classic ! SAC Tournament, Rock Hill, S.C.

Score 8-1 0-11 7-1 0-2 10-5 3-2 4-5 7-3 2-0 7-2 3-2 9-0 18-5 1-4 1-7 2-3 0-7 1-2 14-5 3-2 0-3 2-0 2-5 4-1 4-1 2-3 2-0 0-8 0-2 0-2 4-3 3-1 9-0 3-6 6-2 3-1 4-2 2-4 6-9 2-7 4-6 4-7 2-8 7-1 1-3 4-10 3-10

2006 (18-32-2) Coach: Wes Holly, Jr. Date 2/10 2/15 2/15 2/17 2/17 2/18 2/18 2/24 2/24 2/25 2/25 2/26 2/26 3/2 3/2 3/4 3/4 3/5 3/5 3/7

Opponent vs. Columbus State+ Anderson (S.C.) Anderson (S.C.) at Augusta State at Augusta State at USC Aiken at USC Aiken Emory & Henry Emory & Henry Findlay^ Milligan^ Alderson-Broaddus^ Milligan^ at Limestone at Limestone Alderson-Broaddus Alderson-Broaddus Francis Marion Francis Marion at Lincoln Memorial

W-L L L W L L L L W T W W W T W W W L L L L

Score 0-2 0-1 7-3 0-1 0-4 0-4 1-2 13-0 1-1 12-1 10-0 3-2 4-4 11-1 4-3 4-1 2-6 3-13 4-5 0-1

3/7 at Lincoln Memorial L 4-6 3/10 Lincoln Memorial& L 2-3 3/10 Alderson-Broaddus& L 1-2 3/11 Virginia Intermont& W 8-0 3/11 Lincoln Memorial& L 2-3 3/17 at USC Upstate% L 1-2 7-3 3/17 vs. West Va. Wesleyan% W 3/18 vs. Lander% W 4-3 3/18 vs. West Liberty State% W 5-1 3/19 vs. West Liberty State% W 6-5 3/19 vs. Newberry% W 5-4 3/19 vs. Lenoir-Rhyne% L 2-6 L 0-6 3/26 Lenoir-Rhyne* 3/26 Lenoir-Rhyne* L 0-11 3/29 at Carson-Newman* L 3-11 3/29 at Carson-Newman* L 3-6 4/1 at Catawba* L 1-6 L 1-5 4/1 at Catawba* 4/4 Mars Hill* L 3-4 4/4 Mars Hill* L 0-2 4/6 Augusta State L 3-10 4/6 Augusta State W 6-3 4/10 at Newberry* L 3-6 4/10 at Newberry* L 8-9 4/11 at Wingate* L 3-7 4/11 at Wingate* L 0-7 4/14 Presbyterian* W 4-3 4/14 Presbyterian* L 2-3 4/20 vs. Lenoir-Rhyne# L 0-5 4/21 vs. Catawba# W 7-5 4/21 vs. Carson-Newman# W 4-3 4/23 vs. Newberry# L 0-1 * South Atlan�c Conference Game + GC&SU Tournament, Milledgeville, Ga. ^ Tusculum Tournament, Greeneville, Tenn. & Tusculum Spring Invita�onal, Greeneville, Tenn. % South Carolina Fast Pitch Classic, Spartanburg, S.C. #South Atlan�c Conference Tournament, Clinton, S.C.

2007 (29-25) Coach: Fred Gillum Date Opponent W-L Score 2/10 Lees-McRae W 6-2 2/10 Lees-McRae W 7-6 2/16 at Brevard W 12-0 2/16 at Brevard W 4-3 2/17 Indianapolis W 5-0 2/24 Milligan L 0-5 2/24 Milligan W 5-1 2/26 at King W 9-3 2/26 at King W 11-6 3/2 at USC Aiken L 4-5 3/2 at USC Aiken L 3-6 L 3-7 3/3 at Armstrong Atlan�c 3/3 at Armstrong Atlan�c L 2-5 3/5 vs. Bellevue+ W 3-1 3/5 vs. Grace+ W 1-0 3/6 vs. Juniata+ W 21-3 3/6 vs. Concordia (Mich.)+ W 9-0 3/7 vs. SUNY-Oneonta+ W 8-2 3/10 Brevard W 9-4 3/10 Brevard W 8-3 3/12 at Milligan W 12-4 3/12 at Milligan L 3-7 3/14 King L 2-4 3/14 King W 8-2 3/16 at USC Upstate% L 3-7 3/17 vs. UNC Pembroke% W 10-1 3/17 vs. Armstrong Atlan�c% L 1-3 3/17 vs. West Virginia State% W 11-5 3/18 vs. UNC Pembroke% W 8-4 3/22 at Lenoir-Rhyne* L 0-4 3/22 at Lenoir-Rhyne* L 0-7 3/27 Carson-Newman* L 0-3 W 6-3 3/27 Carson-Newman* 3/31 Catawba* W 7-3 3/31 Catawba* L 6-9 4/1 Limestone W 1-0 4/1 Limestone L 2-8 4/3 at Mars Hill* W 7-2 4/3 at Mars Hill* L 3-4 4/5 Newberry* L 2-4 4/5 Newberry* L 1-3 4/6 Kentucky Wesleyan L 3-8 4/6 Kentucky Wesleyan W 3-0 W 10-3 4/9 Lincoln Memorial* 4/9 Lincoln Memorial* L 3-7 4/12 Wingate* L 3-4 4/12 Wingate* L 1-4 4/14 at Presbyterian* W 4-2 4/14 at Presbyterian* L 2-4 4/16 at Lincoln Memorial W 8-1 4/16 at Lincoln Memorial L 1-7 4/19 vs. Lenoir-Rhyne@ L 0-6 4/19 vs. Catawba@ W 10-3 4/19 vs. Wingate@ L 1-6 * South Atlan�c Conference Game + Snow Bird Classic, Myrtle Beach, S.C. % S.C. Fastpitch Classic, Spartanburg, S.C. @ South Atlan�c Conference Tournament, Clinton, S.C.


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 2008 (19-24) Coach: Fred Gillum Date 2/8 2/8 2/9 2/9 2/13 2/13 2/16 2/16 2/17 2/17 2/19 2/19 2/24 2/24 2/29 2/29 3/15 3/18 3/18 3/20 3/20 3/21 3/21 3/25 3/25 3/26 3/26 3/29 3/29 4/2 4/2 4/6 4/6 4/7 4/7 4/8 4/8 4/12 4/12 4/15 4/15

Opponent Bellarmine+ Glenville State+ Montreat+ Seton Hill+ at USC Upstate at USC Upstate at Belmont Abbey at Belmont Abbey Georgia College & State Georgia College & State at Erskine at Erskine West Virginia State West Virginia State Virginia-Wise Virginia-Wise at Newberry* Seton Hill Seton Hill at Wingate* at Wingate* Mars Hill* Mars Hill* at Virginia-Wise at Virginia-Wise at Lincoln Memorial* at Lincoln Memorial* Catawba* Catawba* Carson-Newman* Carson-Newman* at Limestone at Limestone Lenoir-Rhyne* Lenoir-Rhyne* North Greenville North Greenville at Brevard at Brevard Virginia Intermont Virginia Intermont

Opponent

W-L L L W W L L W L L L W L L W W L L W W L L W L W L L L W L L L W W L L W W W W W W

Score 6-9 2-4 10-3 5-4 0-3 3-4 10-0 4-5 1-8 3-11 5-4 3-12 2-6 8-6 5-3 0-3 1-2 3-0 6-1 0-1 0-8 3-2 0-3 7-6 9-10 1-9 2-20 4-3 0-8 1-7 0-14 3-1 3-1 3-13 0-4 5-0 7-2 7-6 6-2 7-2 5-1

W-L

4/17 vs. Carson-Newman& L 0-4 4/18 vs. Mars Hill& L 0-6 * South Atlan�c Conference Game +Tusculum/Comfort Inn Classic, Greeneville, Tenn. & South Atlan�c Conference Tournament, Clinton, S.C.

2009 (15-33) Coach: Fred Gillum Date 2/8 2/8 2/10 2/10 2/14 2/15 2/15 2/17 2/17 2/21 2/21 2/23 2/23 2/26 2/26 3/7 3/7 3/7 3/7 3/8 3/15 3/15 3/21 3/21 3/22 3/22 3/24 3/24 3/29 3/29 3/31 3/31 4/4 4/4 4/8

First Met

Opponent Milligan Milligan at #5 Francis Marion at #5 Francis Marion PFEIFFER + OHIO VALLEY + GLENVILLE STATE + at Montreat at Montreat Ohio Valley Ohio Valley at Milligan at Milligan #12 North Georgia #12 North Georgia vs St. Andrews % vs Indiana (Pa.) % vs UNC Pembroke % vs St. Andrews % vs USC Aiken % Shepherd Shepherd Wingate* Wingate* Belmont Abbey Belmont Abbey Lincoln Memorial* Lincoln Memorial* at #10 Lenoir-Rhyne* at #10 Lenoir-Rhyne* Brevard* Brevard* North Greenville North Greenville at Carson-Newman*

Last Met

Alabama-Huntsville First Mee�ng Alderson-Broaddus ................. 5-2 1995 2006 Anderson (S.C.) ..................... 6-2 1994 2006 Armstrong Atlan�c ................. 1-6 2005 2010 Ashland ................................... 1-1 2005 2005 Athens State ........................... 0-3 1995 1997 Augusta State ......................... 1-4 1996 2006 Barton ..................................... 3-1 1995 2010 Bellarmine ............................ 1-2 2005 2008 Bellevue .................................. 1-0 2007 2007 Belmont .................................. 2-5 1993 2002 Belmont Abbey ..................... 2-2 2008 2009 Beloit ...................................... 1-0 1994 1994 Bethel (Tenn.) ......................... 2-0 1991 1991 Bluefield (Va.) ....................... 22-0 1991 1996 Brescia .................................... 2-1 1996 1998 Brevard................................11-1 2004 2010 Carson-Newman ..................6-27 1991 2010 Carthage ................................. 1-0 1991 1991 Catawba. ...........................12-14 1991 2010 Central Wesleyan.................... 1-0 1991 1991 Charleston (W. Va.) ................. 1-0 1991 1991 Cha�anooga ........................... 0-4 2002 2003 Chris�an Bros ......................... 1-0 2002 2002 Clark Atlanta ........................... 1-0 2003 2003 Coker .................................... 0-5 1995 2001 College of West Virginia ......... 5-2 1999 2001 Columbus State ...................... 0-7 2000 2010 Concord .................................. 3-0 1991 1993 Concordia (Mich.) ................... 1-0 2007 2007 Cumberlands (Ky.) .................. 4-0 1991 1995 Cumberland (Tenn.) ................ 4-0 1991 1994 Elon......................................... 1-4 1995 1998 Emory & Henry .................... 5-0-1 1999 2006 Erskine ................................. 5-1 2004 2008 Faulkner .................................. 1-2 1994 1997 Faye�eville State .................... 1-0 2005 2005 Findlay .................................... 1-0 2006 2006 Francis Marion ................... 2-10-1 1997 2009 Gardner-Webb ........................ 2-3 1995 2000 Georgia College ...................... 2-4 1995 2008 Georgia Southwestern ............ 0-1 2003 2003

W-L Score W 3-2 W 4-1 L 0-5 L 1-9 L 0-6 W 8-0 W (8) 6-5 W 8-2 L 2-3 L (8) 3-5 W 6-3 L 0-1 L 0-2 L 0-2 L 6-7 L 2-3 W 11-8 L 1-3 L 4-6 L 1-4 L 7-8 W 3-1 L 2-3 L (10) 7-9 W 9-3 L 4-6 L 2-5 W 1-0 L 3-5 L 0-11 W 8-0 W 2-0 L 1-4 L 1-3 L 3-11

4/8 at Carson-Newman* L 0-6 4/10 at Catawba* L 0-2 4/10 at Catawba* L 0-7 4/15 at Mars Hill* L 3-7 4/15 at Mars Hill* L 2-13 4/18 Newberry* W 2-1 4/18 Newberry* L 0-7 4/21 Montreat W 6-4 4/21 Montreat L 3-5 4/22 King W 5-4 4/22 King L 3-12 4/23 at Lenoir-Rhyne# L 4-10 4/24 vs Mars Hill# L 5-10 * South Atlan�c Conference game + Tusculum/Comfort Inn Classic, Greeneville, Tenn. % Francis Marion Invita�onal, Florence, S.C. # South Atlan�c Conference Tourn., Hickory, N.C. () extra inning game

2010 (17-27) Coach: Fred Gillum Date 2/20 2/20 2/21 2/21 2/23 2/23 3/4 3/4 3/8 3/8 3/10 3/10 3/12 3/12 3/20 3/20 3/23 3/23 3/27 3/27 3/31 3/31

Opponent at Mount Olive at Mount Olive at Barton at Barton at USC Upstate at USC Upstate at North Greenville at North Greenville King King at Armstong Atlan�c at Armstrong Atlan�c at Savannah State at Savannah State at #16 Wingate* at #16 Wingate* at Lincoln Memorial* at Lincoln Memorial* #16 Lenoir-Rhyne* #16 Lenoir-Rhyne* at Brevard* at Brevard*

W-L Score W 4-2 L 6-8 W 6-1 W 6-0 L 0-8 L 1-6 W 6-2 L 2-5 L (8) 4-6 W 6-5 L 1-7 L 0-8 L 1-4 W 8-2 L 3-6 L 0-2 W (9) 1-0 L 2-3 L 0-4 L 2-11 L 0-9 W 4-1

L 3-5 4/1 NORTH GREENVILLE 4/1 NORTH GREENVILLE W 5-1 4/2 VIRGINIA-WISE W 4-1 4/2 VIRGINIA-WISE W 3-0 4/6 CARSON-NEWMAN* W 8-3 4/6 CARSON-NEWMAN* L 3-7 4/10 CATAWBA* W (9) 10-9 4/10 CATAWBA* W 4-3 4/11 COLUMBUS STATE L 3-6 4/11 COLUMBUS STATE L 3-8 4/13 MARS HILL* L 1-2 4/13 MARS HILL* L 1-6 4/14 MILLIGAN L 5-6 4/14 MILLIGAN L 0-3 4/17 at Newberry* L 0-1 4/17 at Newberry* L 5-6 4/18 at Virginia Intermont W 8-3 4/18 at Virginia Intermont W 7-4 7-0 4/20 VIRGINIA INTERMONT W 4/20 VIRGINIA INTERMONT L 10-11 4/22 vs Newberry # L 1-2 4/23 vs Lincoln Memorial # L 1-2 * South Atlan�c Conference game # South Atlan�c Conference Tourn., Hickory, N.C. () extra inning game

ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS W-L

First Met

Last Met

Glenville State......................... 1-1 Grace (Ind.) ............................. 3-0 Hannibal-La Grange ................ 1-0 Hawaii-Loa .............................. 0-1 Heidelberg .............................. 1-0 Hun�ngdon............................. 1-4 IUPUI Fort Wayne ................... 2-0 Indiana (Pa.) ........................... 1-0 Indianapolis ............................ 1-0 Juniata .................................... 1-0 Kennesaw State ...................... 0-8 Kentucky Wesleyan............... 1-1 King (Tenn.) .........................23-3 LaGrange ................................ 0-2 Lake Forest ............................. 1-0 Lambuth ................................. 3-1 Lander .................................... 5-7 Lee ...................................... 15-20 Lees-McRae .........................13-6 Lenoir-Rhyne .......................3-30 Limestone..........................19-17 Lincoln Memorial...............17-38 Lipscomb ................................ 0-1 Mars Hill ............................31-16 Maryville (Tenn.)..................... 4-0 Midway ................................... 0-1 Milligan ............................ 36-24-1 Mississippi-Women ................ 0-3 Mobile .................................... 2-7 Monmouth ............................. 0-2 Montreat .............................. 12-4 Mount Olive............................ 1-1 Mountain State ....................... 3-1 Newberry ..........................10-16 North Alabama ....................... 0-1 North Carolina Pembroke ....... 3-2 North Georgia....................... 0-5 North Greenville ................... 6-4 Northeast Missouri State........ 2-0 Northwest Missouri State ....... 0-1 Ohio Valley ............................. 2-1 Oklahoma City ........................ 0-1

2008 1995 1994 1991 1995 1993 1991 2009 2007 2007 1993 2007 1993 1997 1991 1993 1991 1991 1997 1998 1993 1991 1997 1993 1991 1997 1991 1995 1991 1995 1996 2010 2002 1991 2003 2002 2002 2003 1994 1994 2009 1993

2009 2007 1994 1991 1995 1997 1994 2009 2007 2007 2005 2007 2010 1997 1991 1995 2006 2002 2007 2010 2008 2010 1997 2010 1991 1997 2010 1997 1996 1995 2009 2010 2004 2010 2003 2009 2009 2010 1994 1994 2009 1993

Opponent

Opponent

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First Met

Last Met

Olivet Nazarene ...................... 4-1 1995 1996 Pfeiffer ................................. 0-2 1999 2009 Piedmont ................................ 5-1 1994 1995 Pikeville .................................. 4-0 1997 2003 Presbyterian ......................... 4-14 2000 2007 Robert Morris (Ill.) .................. 2-0 2005 2005 Salem Interna�onal First Mee�ng Savannah Col. of A&D............. 0-1 2003 2003 Savannah State ....................... 1-1 2010 2010 Seton Hill ................................ 3-0 2008 2008 Shawnee State ........................ 0-6 1994 1998 Shepherd ................................ 3-1 1991 2009 Shippensburg.......................... 0-1 1999 1999 Siena Heights .......................... 1-0 1991 1991 South Carolina Aiken .............. 1-7 2001 2009 South Carolina Upstate......... 0-13 2001 2010 Southern Indiana .................... 0-1 1999 1999 Southwest State ..................... 0-1 1996 1996 Spalding .................................. 1-0 2004 2004 St. Andrews ............................ 0-3 2000 2009 St. Francis (Ill.) ........................ 3-0 1993 1993 St. Mary .................................. 0-1 1991 1991 St. Rose ................................... 1-0 1991 1991 SUNY Oneonta ........................ 1-0 2007 2007 Tennessee Wesleyan ............ 27-4 1991 2002 Trevecca Nazarene.................. 0-1 1995 1995 Valdosta State First Mee�ng Virginia Intermont ................ 17-1 1997 2010 Virginia-Wise ........................ 6-3 2001 2010 Warren Wilson........................ 4-0 1991 1991 West Florida ........................... 0-5 1991 1994 West Georgia .......................... 3-0 1995 2003 West Liberty State .................. 4-0 2003 2006 West Virginia Wesleyan .......... 5-1 1993 2006 West Virginia State ............... 3-2 1997 2007 William Penn .......................... 0-1 1996 1996 William Woods ....................... 0-1 1993 1993 Wingate ...............................1-26 2000 2010 Wisconsin-Parkside ................ 2-0 2004 2004 2011 Opponents in Bold

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ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS The Tusculum College So�ball All-Time Le�er-winner roster is being published for the second �me this year. As an all-�me le�ermen sec�on is a new addi�on to this guide, we are sure we have le� someone off inadvertantly. Please contact the TC Athle�c Media Rela�ons office for any correc�ons, addi�ons, or dele�ons to this list. The TC Athle�c Media Rela�ons office wish to thank all past sports informa�on directors, assistants and students that have worked so hard for many hours in order to promote Tusculum athle�cs over the years. Thanks go out to Steve Ruthsatz, Garre� McKnight, Buddy Pearson, Jamie Hamer, Mike Maggert, Will Prewi�, Ma� Horne, Kelly Harrison, Morgan Lunsford and Whitney Noble for all their hard work.

A

Ahner, Sandy ........................................................ 1986 Allwardt, Candace ................................................ 2005

B Bagley, Ashley .................................................. 2009-10 Bales, Jessica ........................................................ 2007 Basilicato, Ashley ............................................. 2007-09 Beals, Carah ..................................................... 2003-04 Bellar, Lori ............................................................. 1988 Benan�, Brie ......................................................... 2000 Berger, Joyce......................................................... 1973 Bergeron, Cheryl.............................................. 1982-84 Bernard, Regina .................................................... 1985 Bimbo, Lou ...................................................... 1973-75 Blake, Stephanie .............................................. 1999-02 Bobbi�, Sue .......................................................... 2003 Bowers, Judy ................................................... 1982-83 Boyd, Brooke ................................................... 1998-01 Brandle, Bri�ani .............................................. 1997-98 Bridges, Debbie .................................................... 1984 Bridges, Lindsey ............................................... 2009-10 Bridges, Pearl........................................................ 1983 Brooks, Jamie ....................................................... 1973 Buckles, Carla .................................................. 1988-91 Burke, Ashley ................................................... 2009-10 Busch, Ellen ..................................................... 1985-86 Bynum, Trisha ....................................................... 1982

C Cadenhead, Holli ............................................. 2007-10 Campbell, Chris�e ................................................ 1991 Cangiolosi, Pam ............................................... 1973-75 Cantrell, Kris�n ..................................................... 2010 Carlson, Pam.................................................... 1973-75 Carpenter, Beth .................................................... 1984 Christopher, Vivian ............................................... 1991 Clay, Crystal .......................................................... 2005 Click, Pam ............................................................. 1984 Cole. Samantha .................................................... 2008 Cook, Kim ............................................................. 1986

D Covington, Audrey ................................................ 1991 Davis, Melissa ....................................................... 2004 DeForest, Jeannie ................................................. 2000 DeVoe, Mary......................................................... 1982 Doering, Jennifer ............................................. 2003-06 DuBois, Megan ................................................ 2006-08

E Devere, Amy .................................................... 1997-99 Eason, Anna ..................................................... 1983-85 Elcik, Kathryn ................................................... 1999-02 Enloe, Melissa ................................................. 1998-01

F Ewing, Savannah.............................................. 2009-10 Fernandez, Jenica ............................................ 2006-07 Foley, D. ................................................................ 1973 Foo��, Katy ..................................................... 2008-09 Foust, Mitzi ...................................................... 2001-04 Frisbee, Carrie ...................................................... 2001 Fuller, Jennifer ...................................................... 2002

G Funigiello, Monica ........................................... 2005-06 Gentry, Cindy ........................................................ 1986 Gentry, Jennifer .................................................... 1991 Gillen, Michelle .................................................... 1988 Goral, Nancy ........................................................ 2000 Graves, Lynn ......................................................... 1988 Gray, Amanda ....................................................... 1999 Gourley, Jessica ............................................... 1998-99 Greer, Jess ....................................................... 2006-08 Gregory, L. ............................................................ 1973 Griffin, Brie ...................................................... 2004-07

H Harmon, Megan ................................................... 2010 Hansen, Ali ........................................................... 2009 Harris, Ann............................................................ 1991 Hayes, Rhonda ................................................. 1984-85 Heath, Kandice ..................................................... 2005 Helle, Julie ............................................................ 1982 Hensley, Tammy.................................................... 1985 Heyer, B. ............................................................... 1973 Hickey, C. .............................................................. 1973 Holly, Kim......................................................... 1984-86 Hopper, Rachel ..................................................... 2009 Householder, Tish ............................................ 1988-91 Hubbard, Patricia ............................................. 1983-85 Huerta, Lesli ......................................................... 2008 Huff, Angie ....................................................... 1988-91 Hunley, Bri�any ............................................... 2009-10 Huskins, Danielle .................................................. 2004

J

Jennings, Jackie ............................................... 1985-86 Je�, Lynnsey .............................................. 2007-08, 10 Johnson, Anna ................................................. 2005-08 Johnson, Elizabeth ................................................ 2010 Johnson, Jamie ................................................ 2000-02 Jone, Pam ........................................................ 2004-05 Jones, Becki .......................................................... 1991 Jones, Fredia......................................................... 1986 Jus�ce, Dee ..................................................... 1982-83 Jus�ce, Tonya........................................................ 2007

K

Keebler, Jeannie .............................................. 2004-05 Keyes, Tracy .......................................................... 2003 Kilgore, Cara .................................................... 1997-00 Killion, Kassie ................................................... 2006-07 Kimberll, Alex .................................................. 2008-09 Kimbrough, Shanda ......................................... 2008-10 Kimery, Sherriee .............................................. 1982-83 Klein, Lisa.............................................................. 1991

L Knox, Sharon ........................................................ 1984 Kurtz, Mandy ........................................................ 2002 Lady, Lisa ......................................................... 1984-85 Lambert,Cassi ....................................................... 2002 Lawson, Jennifer ................................................... 2009 Lindsey, Natasha ................................................... 2004 Linville, Cindy........................................................ 1991 Lowe, Dawn ..................................................... 1983-86 Loy, Makenzie .................................................. 2006-09

M Loyd, Carla ............................................................ 1991 Lundwall, Melissa ................................................. 2003 MacDonald,Taylor ............................................ 2008-10 Malone, Nancy ................................................ 1983-86 Maney, Yve�e ....................................................... 1982 Mar�nez, Elaine ................................................... 2006 Massengill, Tiffany ................................................ 2002 Mathews, Julie ..................................................... 2003 Maupin, Beth........................................................ 1984 May, Barbara ................................................... 1984-86 McKee, Jessica ................................................. 2008-09 Mckee. Stephanie ................................................. 2005 McVeigh, Cori .................................................. 2006-08 Menchaca, Laura ............................................. 2002-05 Meyer, Kylie .......................................................... 2000 Meyer, Pam .......................................................... 1973 Mitchell, Kelsey .................................................... 2010 Moder, Sarah ........................................................ 2005 Morgan, Ginger .................................................... 2002 Morgenweck, C..................................................... 1973

N Morrell, Tasha.................................................. 2009-10 Mullins, Becky ................................................. 2000-01

O Neal, Kris�na ........................................................ 2008 Nugent, Kelly ................................................... 2001-03 Ogle, April........................................................ 1999-00 O�nger, Romona ............................................ 1986-88

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P Parker, Allison ....................................................... 1984 Parker, Teresa ....................................................... 1983 Parks, Sue ........................................................ 1982-83 Peters, Lisa............................................................ 1988 Powell, Phlyscia ............................................... 2009-10 Price, Judy ............................................................ 1975

R Price, P. ................................................................. 1973 Randolph, Abby .................................................... 2000 Relley, Colleen ...................................................... 1991 Rhinehart, Renee............................................. 1997-98 Ricker, Vanessa ................................................ 1988-91 Ringwall, Nicole ............................................... 2005-06 Roberts, Beverly ................................................... 1988 Robinson, Julie ................................................ 1984-86

S Ryans, Teresa ................................................... 1983-86 Saavedra, Judith .............................................. 2006-07 Sanders, Alisa ....................................................... 1988 Schor, Elena ..................................................... 1984-86 Schwartz, Cortney ........................................... 2006-07 Searcy, Erin ........................................................... 2010 Setera, Trixie ......................................................... 1982 Shaw, Christa ........................................................ 1991 Sheddan, Amanda ........................................... 2000-01 Shelton, Alecia ...................................................... 2000 Skeels, M. ............................................................. 1973 Skeels, S. ............................................................... 1973 Slate, Raenne........................................................ 2007 Smith, Lori ....................................................... 2000-01 Smith, Maria ......................................................... 1982 St.Clair, Judith .................................................. 2002-04 Stevens, S. ............................................................ 1973 S�lls, Dawn ........................................................... 1991 Strugill, Megan ..................................................... 2003 Stuckwish, Katy................................................ 2009-10 Stuckey, Jodi ......................................................... 1999

T

Stuteville, Cathy.................................................... 1982 Talley, Kim ........................................................ 1985-86 Taylor, Jessica................................................... 2002-05 Tillford, Angie ....................................................... 1984 Tilson, Greta ......................................................... 1991

V Truax, Chrissy........................................................ 1999 Turley, Jennifer ................................................ 2008-10 Turner, Jessica....................................................... 2003 Van Huss, June................................................. 1984-85 Van Leth, Briska ............................................... 1986-88

W Varela, Jennifer ..................................................... 2001 Vital, Lise�e .......................................................... 2006 Voiles, Kelli ........................................................... 1988 Walker, Carol ........................................................ 1982 Wallen, Charity ................................................ 1998-01 Walton, Wendy..................................................... 1991 Webb, Debbie....................................................... 1983 White, Ali ......................................................... 2004-05 Whitehead, Ashley ............................................... 2008 Wilburn, Rachael ............................................. 2007-10 Wilkison, Chrissy ............................................. 2006-07 Williams, Cassidy ............................................. 1998-01 Williams, Laura ................................................ 2001-04 Williams, Nicole .................................................... 2005 Wilson, Ashley ...................................................... 2010

Y Wise, Roxanne ................................................. 1973-75 Wood, Valerie .................................................. 1986-88

Z Wright-Shapiro, Lorrie .......................................... 1991 Yanish, Terry .................................................... 1982-83 Young, Michelle .................................................... 1988 Zabetakis, Jennifer........................................... 1999-01


ATHLETIC FACILITIES PIONEER FIELD

PIONEER PARK

PIONEER ARENA

EDMONDS FIELD

NICHOLS TENNIS COMPLEX

LINK HILLS COUNTRY CLUB

INDOOR PRACTICE FACILITY

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2011

TAYLOR MACDONALD ERIN SEARCY

SENIORS

SHANDA KIMBROUGH


2011 TUSCULUM COLLEGE SOFTBALL TEAM

FRONT ROW (LT.-RT.): SAVANNAH EWING, BROOKLYN CRESS, SHELBY SMITH, KATIE BRENNAN, AMBER CANNADAY, ASHLEY BURKE, KATY STUCKWISH, AMANDA GREMPEL, TAYLOR MACDONALD. BACK ROW: MEGAN HARMON, ASHLEY BAGLEY, ERIN SEARCY, ELIZABETH JOHNSON, LINDSAY BRIDGES, ALESHA BUCKNER, SHANDA KIMBROUGH, KAMRON ADKINS, PAIGE SNEED, ANDREA WILCOX, LINDSEY UMBERGER, KRISTIN CANTRELL.



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