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The 2013 UCF KnighTs 0 Sam Charles

IF - R/R - 5’4” - Freshman Houston, Texas

8 Maddy Schroeder OF - L/R - 5’9” - Sophomore Jacksonville, Fla.

15 Lauren Dannelley RHP - R/R - 5’10” - Freshman Sweeny, Texas

23 Mariah Garcia OF - L/R - 5’6” - Freshman Houston, Texas

1 Kahley Novak IF - L/R - 5’3” - Sophomore Clermont, Fla.

9 Kalyn Cenal IF - R/R - 5’8” - Freshman Tampa, Fla.

16 Alex Hartshorn RHP - R/R - 5’6” - Senior Tampa, Fla.

2 Lauren Aldridge OF - L/R - 5’2” - Senior Vero Beach, Fla.

10 Blaire Kelley OF - R/R - 5’7” - Sophomore Ocala, Fla.

17 Farrah Sullivan IF - R/R - 5’9” - Sophomore Waynesboro, Miss.

3 Hailey Barraco OF - R/R - 5’6” - Senior Ft. Myers, Fla.

11 Sam McCloskey DP - R/R - 5’10” - Freshman Detroit, Mich.

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5 Hayley Barrow C - R/R - 5’7” - Sophomore Miami, Fla.

12 Mackenzie Huhn -LHP - L/L - 5’8”

- Freshman No. Palm Beach, Fla.

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Brittanne Gasser

Jasmine Acevedo

Ruben Felix

Hillary Barrow

OF - R/R - 5’8” - Freshman Sterling, Va.

OF/C - R/R - 5’3” - Freshman Largo, Fla.

6 Lindsay Neyland UTL - L/R - 5’5” - Freshman Shreveport, La.

13 Taylor Wagner OF - R/R - 5’3” - Freshman Lakeland, Fla.

21 Danielle Brewer IF - R/R - 5’2” - Senior Apopka, Fla.

7 Shelby Turnier

RHP/DP - R/R - 5’5” - Freshman Palm Beach Gard, Fla.

14 Kirsten Foster UTL - R/R - 5’4” - Freshman Clermont, Fla.

22 Kaitlyn Steckel IF - S/R - 5’10” - Freshman Tampa, Fla.

24 Mackenzie Audas RHP - L/R - 5’5” - Sophomore Plant City, Fla.

Renee Gillispie Head Coach 12th Season West Texas A&M

Assistant Coach Third Season Texas Tech

Assistant Coach First Season UCF

Joel Chimelis

Volunteer Assistant Coach Third Season

Michelle Felix

Director of Softball Operations First Season

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Quick Facts General Information

2013 Softball Yearbook

City/Zip....................................Orlando, Fla. 32816 Founded...............................................................1963 Enrollment........................................................59,767 Nickname......................................................Knights School Colors...................................Black and Gold Field (Capacity)........ UCF Softball Complex (600) Surface................................................ Natural Grass Affiliation..................................... NCAA Division I Conference.................................... Conference USA President.......................................... Dr. John C. Hitt Director of Athletics...................... Todd Stansbury Softball Administrator............................. Joe Simon Athletics Department Phone............. 407-823-4114 Ticket Office Phone............................. 407-823-1000 Website....................................... UCFAthletics.com Facebook.....................Facebook.com/UCFSoftball Twitter.............................................. @UCF_Softball

UCF Softball History Meet the Team............................................................ 2 Table of Contents/Quick Facts................................3 Roster........................................................................... 4 Schedule...................................................................... 5 UCF Softball Complex............................................6-7 Head Coach Renee Luers-Gillispie.......................8-9 Assistant Coach Ruben Felix..................................10 Assistant Coach Hillary Barrow............................11 Volunteer Assistant Joel Chimelis......................... 11 Jasmine Acevedo/Lauren Aldridge.................12-13 Mackenzie Audas/Hailey Barraco...................14-15 Hayley Barrow/Danielle Brewer......................16-17 Kalyn Cenal/Samantha Charles.......................18-19 Lauren Dannelley/Kirsten Foster....................20-21 Mariah Garcia/Brittanne Gasser......................22-23 Alex Hartshorn/Mackenzie Huhn...................24-25 Blaire Kelley/Sam McCloskey..........................26-27 Lindsay Neyland/Kahley Novak.....................28-29 Maddy Schroeder/Kaitlyn Steckel...................30-31 Farrah Sullivan/Shelby Turnier.......................32-33 Taylor Wagner..........................................................34 All-Time vs. Opponents.....................................35-38 All-Time Results..................................................39-41 All-Time Roster........................................................42 Honors and Awards................................................43 Individual Game Records.......................................44 Individual Season Records................................45-46 Individual Career Records.................................47-48

CREDITS The 2013 UCF softball yearbook was written, edited and designed by Andrew Jennette. Editorial assistance provided by Eric DeSalvo. Photography courtesy of Todd Drexler, Romeo Guzman and UCF archives.

First Year of Softball..........................................2002 All-Time Record........................................ 402-284-1 Number of Years in CWS/Last....................... N/A Times in NCAA Regionals/Last........... Four/2012 Last Postseason Opponent......No. 5 Florida, L 7-1

Coaching Staff

Head Coach...........................Renee Luers-Gillispie Alma Mater, Year..............West Texas A&M, 1984 Record at UCF....................... 402-284-1 (12th year) Career Record (Years)............. 654-488-3 (21 years) Softball Office Phone.......................... 407-823-6891 Best Time to Call.................................Through SID Assistant Coach.....................................Ruben Felix Alma Mater, Year......................... Texas Tech, 2000 Office Phone......................................... 407-823-4298 Assistant Coach............................... Hillary Barrow Alma Mater, Year.....................................UCF, 2010 Office Phone......................................... 407-823-4773 Volunteer Assistant Coach............... Joel Chimelis Director of Softball Operations....... Michelle Felix Office Phone......................................... 407-823-6401 Softball Fax Number........................... 407-823-0579

2012 Recap

Overall Record.................................................. 39-19 Final Ranking..................................................... N/A Conference Record............................................. 15-9 Conference Finish..........................................Fourth

2013 Team Information

Letterwinners Returning/Lost........................ 10/6 Position Players Returning/Lost...................... 6/5 Starters Returning/Lost..................................... 5/4 Pitchers Returning/Lost.................................... 2/1 Newcomers.............................................................13 Preseason Conference Pick.............................Third

INTERVIEWS

Coach Gillispie and her staff are available for interviews on weekday afternoons during the season and after Knights’ practices. All player and coaches interview requests must go through Andrew Jennette. Please give at least 24 hours advance notice for all interview requests so the players can be contacted and arrangements can be made. The coaching staff and players will be available for post-game interviews in the home dugout area approximately 10 minutes after games.

CREDENTIALS

Credentials for home games are issued for working media only and should be requested at least 24 hours in advance of the game from Andrew Jennette. They can be picked up prior to game time at the will call window of the UCF Ticket office.

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2013 Roster Information No. Name 0 Samantha Charles 1 Kahley Novak 2 Lauren Aldridge 3 Hailey Barraco 5 Hayley Barrow 6 Lindsay Neyland 7 Shelby Turnier 8 Madeline Schroeder 9 Kalyn Cenal 10 Blaire Kelley 11 Samantha McCloskey 12 Mackenzie Huhn 13 Taylor Wagner 14 Kirsten Foster 15 Lauren Dannelley 16 Alex Hartshorn 17 Farrah Sullivan 19 Brittanne Gasser 20 Jasmine Acevedo 21 Danielle Brewer 22 Kaitlyn Steckel 23 Mariah Garcia 24 Mackenzie Audas

Pos. B/T Ht. El. 2B R/R 5-4 FR 2B/CF L/R 5-3 SO OF L/R 5-2 SR OF R/R 5-6 SR C/3B R/R 5-7 SO UTL L/R 5-5 FR P/OF R/R 5-5 FR OF L/R 5-9 SO 1B/C R/R 5-8 FR OF R/R 5-7 SO 1B/C R/R 5-10 FR P L/L 5-8 FR OF R/R 5-3 FR UTL R/R 5-4 FR P R/R 5-10 FR P R/R 5-6 SR 3B R/R 5-9 SO OF R/R 5-8 FR OF B/R 5-3 FR IF R/R 5-2 SR SS R/R 5-10 FR OF L/R 5-6 FR P R/R 5-5 SO

Hometown/Previous School Houston, Texas/Mirabeau Lamar Clermont, Fla./East Ridge Vero Beach, Fla./Indian River State College Ft. Myers, Fla./St. Petersburg College Miami, Fla./Felix Varela Shreveport, La./Evangel Christian Academy Palm Beach Gardens, Fla./P.B. Gardens Jacksonville, Fla./The Bolles School Tampa, Fla./Thomas Jefferson Senior Ocala, Fla./Trinity Catholic Detroit, Mich./Palm Harbor University North Palm Beach, Fla./William T. Dwyer Lakeland, Fla./Bartow Senior Clermont, Fla./East Ridge Sweeny, Texas/Sweeny Tampa, Fla./Hillsborough CC Waynesboro, Miss./Wayne County Sterling, Va./Dominion Largo, Fla./Osceola Fundamental Apopka, Fla./Pensacola State College Tampa, Fla./Plant Houston, Texas/Macarthur Senior Plant City, Fla./Plant City

Coaching and Support Staff

Head Coach: Renee Luers-Gillispie (West Texas A&M, ’84), 12th season at UCF Assistant Coach: Ruben Felix (Texas Tech, ‘00), Third season at UCF Assistant Coach: Hillary Barrow (UCF, ’11), First season at UCF Volunteer Assistant Coach: Joel Chimelis Third season at UCF Director of Baseball Operations: Michelle Felix, First season at UCF

Pronunciations Kahley Novak........................KAY-lee Shelby Turnier...................Tur-NEER Kalyn Cenal....................... KAY-Lynn Brittanne Gasser................... Britt-ney Mackenzie Audas............. AWW-Das Renee Luers-Gillispie........ LOO-Errs Joel Chimelis..................... Chim-El-iz Mackenziie Huhn.......................Hoon Jasmine Acevedo.......... AH-Ce-Vedo

By Eligibility Freshmen (12) •Jasmine Acevedo •Kaitlyn Steckel •Kalyn Cenal •Shelby Turnier •Sam Charles •Taylor Wagner •Lauren Dannelley •Kirsten Foster •Mariah Garcia •Brittanne Gasser •Mackenzie Huhn •Samantha McCloskey •Lindsay Neyland

Sophomores (6) •Mackenzie Audas •Hayley Barrow •Blaire Kelley •Kahley Novak •Madeline Schroeder •Farrah Sullivan

Juniors (0)

Seniors (4) •Lauren Aldridge •Hailey Barraco •Danielle Brewer •Alex Hartshorn

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2013 Season Schedule Date

Feb. 8 Feb. 8 Feb. 9 Feb. 9 Feb. 13 Feb. 15 Feb. 16 Feb. 16 Feb. 17 Feb. 17 Feb. 20 Feb. 22 Feb. 22 Feb. 23 Feb. 23 Feb. 24 Feb. 27 March 1 March 1 March 2 March 2 March 5 March 6 March 6 March 9 March 9 March 10 March 13 March 16 March 16 March 17 March 20 March 22 March 23 March 23 March 29 March 29 March 30 April 3 April 6 April 6 April 7 April 10 April 13 April 13 April 14 April 17 April 20 April 20 April 21 May 4 May 4 May 5 May 9-11 May 16-18 May 23-25 May 31-June 5

Opponent

Texas Tech Louisville DePaul UNLV North Florida ^Texas-Arlington ^Florida A&M ^South Carolina ^Buffalo ^Florida A&M Florida State Indiana Fordham DePaul Southern Illinois UMass Stetson ^Villanova ^Ole Miss ^Penn ^Connecticut SIU Edwardsville Boston College Michigan *UAB *UAB *UAB Liberty *Houston *Houston *Houston Monmouth *Marshall *Marshall *Marshall *Tulsa *Tulsa *Tulsa Florida *UTEP *UTEP *UTEP FIU *Memphis *Memphis *Memphis Bethune-Cookman *Southern Miss *Southern Miss *Southern Miss *Eastern Carolina *Eastern Carolina *Eastern Carolina Conference USA Tournament NCAA Regional NCAA Super Regional NCAA World Series

Location

Las Vegas, Nev. Las Vegas, Nev. Las Vegas, Nev. Las Vegas, Nev. Orlando, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Clearwater, Fla. Clearwater, Fla. Clearwater, Fla. Clearwater, Fla. Clearwater, Fla. Deland, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Houston, Texas Houston, Texas Houston, Texas Orlando, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Tulsa, Okla. Tulsa, Okla. Tulsa, Okla. Gainesville, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Miami, Fla. Memphis, Tenn. Memphis, Tenn. Memphis, Tenn. Daytona Beach, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Greenville, N.C. Greenville, N.C. Greenville, N.C. Tulsa, Okla. TBD TBD Oklahoma City, Okla.

Time

12 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 2:15 p.m. 9 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 11 a.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 12:30 p.m. 6 p.m. 4 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 4 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 3 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 1 p.m. 3 p.m. 12 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 1 p.m. 3 p.m. 1 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 1 p.m. 3 p.m. 3 p.m. 5 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 3 p.m. 11 a.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 3 p.m. 12 p.m. 4 p.m. 1 p.m. 3 p.m. 12 p.m. 1 p.m. 3 p.m. 12 p.m. TBD TBD TBD TBD

All times are Eastern and subject to change Home games are played at the UCF Softball Complex on campus * Denotes Conference USA game ^ Denotes UCF Home Softball Tournament

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UCF Softball Complex Since its groundbreaking on March 14, 2006, the UCF Softball Complex is where the Knights call home. The state-of-the-art facility speaks volumes for how far the program has come under the direction of head coach Renee Luers-Gillispie and where it is headed. The 600-capacity stadium is one of the finest in Conference USA and on the national scene. The field is professionally manicured by the UCF Facilities and Operations staff and includes a covered batting pavilion, roomy dugouts, home and visitor bullpens and an outfield fence lined with palm trees. UCF student-athletes have access to everything they need to prepare for gameday at the UCF Softball Complex. The Knights have a spacious locker room, a lounge area complete with a television, couches and chairs, an equipment room and their own training room complete with a top-notch athletic training staff. Along with having comfortable offices for each coach, the UCF Softball Complex also has a conference room, a video room and locker rooms for both the coaching staff and for umpires. The press box at the stadium has room enough for home and visitor radio broadcasts, as well as multi-level media seating. On game days, fans have access to a ticket booth, concession stand and gift shop, while also being able to participate in multiple promotions and events throughout the season.

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Renee Luers-Gillispie Head Coach - 12th Season with the Knights Renee Luers-Gillispie is in her 12th year at the helm of the UCF softball program in 20122013. Since starting the program in 2002, Gillispie has led the team to two conference championships and four NCAA Regional Tournament appearances. The Knights and Gillispie have a record of 402-284-1 over the last 11 years, while Gillispie owns an NCAA record of 607-460-3. Gillispie led the Knights to their fourth NCAA Tournament appearance in 2012. The Black and Gold earned 10 wins over fellow NCAA Tournament opponents to earn just the second at-large birth in program history. UCF also set a new program record for home wins in 2012 by going 27-4 at the UCF Softball Complex. Gillispie led her young Knights squad to a surprise run to the Conference USA semifinals after a 22-32 record in the 2011 regular season. Gillispie saw two players named to the All-C-USA team. Natalie Land earned a spot on the conference first team and finished as conference player of the year runner up. Tiffany Lane was named to the second team. Land and Abby McClain were named to the 11-member Conference USA All-Academic Team as voted on by the league’s sports information directors. Gillispie guided the Knights to their third appearance in the NCAA Tournament and their second appearance in the Conference USA Championship Game in 2010. The Black and Gold defeated No. 7 Alabama, No. 16 Tennessee and No. 22 Ohio State and earned the program’s first at-large bid into the regional tournament. Senior pitcher Ashleigh Cole garnered a spot on the Louisville Slugger/NFCA All-Northeast Region Second Team, while also earning a spot on the All-C-USA First Team. Cole was one of a program-record six Knights to make an all-league team. She was joined on the first team by Tiffany Lane and Natalie Land, while Hillary Barrow and Abby McClain were voted to the second team. Newcomer Marissa Menendez rounded out the selections with a spot on the all-freshman team. Following the 2009 season, Gillispie saw five players be named to All-C-USA teams. Lane was honored with a spot on the first team, while Breanne Javier and McClain garnered second-team honors. Land and Vanessa Perez rounded out the squad with spots on the all-freshman team. Javier also earned a spot on the Louisville Slugger/ NFCA All-Mideast Region First Team and signed a free-agent contract with the NPF’s USSSA Pride. Gillispie guided her squad to its most successful season on record in 2008, as the Knights claimed the program’s first Conference USA Championship crown with a victory over No. 9 Houston on

The Luers-Gillispie File

Name: Renee Luers-Gillispie Birthplace: Livermore, Calif. Hometown: Danville, Iowa High School: Danville High School, 1979 College: Kirkwood Community College, 1981 College: West Texas State, 1984 Experience: 11th season at UCF 20th overall as a head coach Juliet (Ill.) Junior College Position: Head Coach Tenure: 1991-92 Bradley University Position: Head Coach Tenure: 1993-95 Texas Tech University Position: Head Coach Tenure: 1996-99 UCF Position: Head Coach Tenure: 2000-present its home field, and fought its way to the NCAA Regional Championship Game with a win over No. 1 Florida. The team’s 49 wins on the season were the most in program history, while its 26 votes in the final NFCA Coaches Poll were its most tallies to date. Gillispie also posted her 500th career win in 2008. Allison Kime was named to the Louisville Slugger/NFCA All-Southeast Region First Team for the second-consecutive season in 2008, while also

securing a spot on the All-C-USA First Team for the second-straight year. Javier was also a repeat honoree for the Knights on the All-C-USA First Team, while McClain and Lane both made appearances on the all-freshman squad. Marquita Council garnered the league’s co-newcomer of the year honor under Gillispie’s guidance, and both Cat Snapp and Ashley Van Ryn were voted onto the league’s All-Academic Team. Snapp also earned a spot on the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District III Second Team. The Black and Gold cruised through the C-USA Softball Championship with a 3-0 record, with Lane earning tournament MVP honors for her play throughout the event. Kime, Javier, Council and Barrow joined Lane on the all-tournament team, while the squad earned the league’s automatic bid into the NCAA Tournament. Five different players earned postseason awards for UCF in 2007, including Kime, who received all-southeast region and C-USA First Team honors as well as being named to the C-USA Championship All-Tournament Team. Javier joined Kime on the C-USA First Team and the C-USA Championship team, while Kacie Feaster claimed a spot on the C-USA First Team and the ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District III First Team. Barrow made the C-USA All-Freshman Team while Cici Alvarez was a 2007 NCAA Division I Softball Statistical Champion after leading the nation with 32 sacrifice hits. In 2005, Gillispie led the Knights to their first Atlantic Sun Tournament Championship and the team received the conference’s automatic bid into the NCAA Tournament. In the NCAA Tourna-

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ment, the Knights picked up their first postseason win with a 5-3 victory over Florida on their home field. In the regular season, UCF picked up wins over No. 8 Washington, No. 20 Florida International and No. 20 Georgia Tech in addition to the program’s first win over in-state rival Florida State. Stephanie Best was named A-Sun Player of the Year for the third-consecutive year after leading the nation in home runs (26). Best was the first UCF softball player to be drafted by the National Pro Fastpitch league when the New England Riptide took her in the fourth round. She ended her career with a .384 batting average, .756 slugging percentage, 71 home runs, 285 hits, 216 runs scored and 213 RBI. During the 2004 season, Gillispie guided the Knights to a No. 30 ranking in the NFCA Coaches Poll and the team finished the season with a 42-21 overall record. Gillispie earned her 100th win at UCF, while several players earned all-conference and all-region awards. Best was selected to the Louisville Slugger/NFCA All-Southeast Region Second Team, while Jania Shinhoster earned allconference first team and A-Sun All-Tournament Team honors. Amber Lamb was named A-Sun Freshman of the Year and Alvarez earned A-Sun All-Conference First Team and All-Freshman Team honors. Jennifer Whitley was named to the A-Sun All-Tournament Team. In the 2003 season, the Knights compiled a 37-31 overall record and a 13-7 mark in the A-Sun. Best was named A-Sun Player of the Year and was recognized by the NFCA on the all-south region team, while pitcher Dottie Cupp and Shinhoster received A-Sun All-Conference honors. During the inaugural season in 2002, the Black and Gold had a 46-19 record and posted a 21game winning streak, setting an A-Sun record. Cupp and Shinhoster were named all-conference and all-region while Best earned all-conference. To date, Gillispie’s players have earned 22 allconference honors, 10 all-freshman honors, three conference player of the year awards, one conewcomer of the year award and one freshman of the year honor.

Academically, UCF has garnered eight ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District honors, six C-USA All-Academic Team accolades, 83 league honor roll members and 16 academic medal recipeints under Gillispie. Prior to UCF, Gillispie spent four years building the Texas Tech program. She led the Red Raiders to a No. 17 national ranking in 1998 and a No. 24 ranking the following season. Her teams earned runner-up honors at the 1999 NCAA Regional Championship, third place in the 1999 Big 12 Conference Tournament and fourth place in the 1998 conference tournament. In addition to her successful career at Texas Tech, Gillispie rebuilt softball programs at Bradley University and Joliet Junior College. In 1993, she took over the Bradley program that finished 12-25 in 1992 and in two short years posted a recordbreaking 33-8 season. The 1994 team also finished in second place in the Missouri Valley Conference and was ranked fifth in the nation for winning percentage. Gillispie received N4C Conference Coach of the Year honors as head coach of the 1992 Joliet (Ill.) Junior College team that won the conference championship. She had inherited a 2-29 team in 1991 and transformed that same team into an NJCAA Regional Runner-up with a 32-12 record by 1992.

Akron......................................1-1 Alabama.................................1-0 Alabama State........................1-0 Albany....................................1-0 Arizona State..........................0-1 Arkansas.................................1-3 Army.......................................1-0 Auburn...................................0-1 Austin Peay............................1-0 Ball State.................................1-2 Baylor......................................1-1 Belmont...................................8-0 Bethune-Cookman..............18-5 Binghamton............................0-2 Birmingham Southern.............1-0 Boston College.......................4-0 Boston University..................1-1 Bradley....................................1-1 Bucknell..................................1-0 Butler.......................................1-0 Cal Poly...................................1-0 Campbell................................7-2 Canisius..................................1-0 Centenary College.................1-0 Central Arkansas...................1-0 Central Michigan...................1-1 Charleston Southern.............4-0 Chattanooga...........................1-1 Colgate....................................1-1 College of Charleston.............1-1 Colorado State.......................1-0 Columbia................................1-1 Connecticut............................3-0 Cornell....................................1-2 Creighton................................2-0 Dartmouth..............................2-1 Delaware................................1-0 DePaul....................................1-1 Detroit.....................................1-0 Drake.......................................1-1 East Carolina........................7-17 East Tennessee State..............0-1 Eastern Kentucky..................1-0 Eastern Michigan..................6-0 Evansville...............................1-1 Florida...................................3-12 Florida A&M..........................8-4 Florida Atlantic....................6-13 Florida International.............3-3 Florida Gulf Coast.................1-0 Florida State.........................5-11 Fresno State............................1-0 Furman...................................4-0 Gardner-Webb.......................7-1 Georgia...................................0-1 George Mason........................3-0 Georgetown...........................2-0 Georgia Southern..................1-0 Georgia State..........................8-3 Georgia Tech..........................2-2 Harvard..................................1-0 Hawaii.....................................0-2 Hofstra....................................3-2 Holy Cross..............................1-0 Houston................................9-13 Illinois State............................1-0 Illinois Chicago......................3-0 Indiana....................................2-0 Iona..........................................1-1 Iowa.........................................1-1 Jacksonville..........................12-2 Jacksonville State...................3-2 Kansas.....................................1-2 Kennesaw State.....................0-1 Kent State...............................3-0 Kentucky................................2-1 La Salle....................................1-0 Liberty.....................................3-1 Lipscomb................................5-2 Long Beach State...................1-2 Long Island............................1-0 Longwood..............................2-0 Loyola (Ill.).............................1-1 Loyola-Marymount...............0-1 Maine......................................5-2 Manhattan..............................1-0

Marist......................................2-0 Marshall..............................16-10 Maryland................................0-2 McNeese State........................1-0 Memphis.............................11-10 Mercer.....................................7-3 Miami (Ohio).........................1-1 Michigan.................................0-6 Michigan State....................0-0-1 Mississippi.............................2-1 Missouri-Kansas City...........0-1 Missouri State........................1-2 Monmouth.............................1-0 Morris Brown.........................4-0 Nebraska.................................1-0 New Mexico State.................0-2 North Carolina.......................0-2 North Carolina A&T.............0-1 North Carolina State.............0-1 North Dakota State...............1-2 North Florida.........................7-4 Northern Colorado...............1-0 Northern Illinois....................3-0 Notre Dame............................0-1 Ohio State...............................4-1 Oklahoma State.....................2-1 Oregon State..........................0-1 Penn.........................................1-0 Penn State...............................0-2 Pittsburgh...............................2-0 Portland State........................2-0 Princeton.................................1-0 Providence..............................1-0 Purdue....................................0-2 Rider........................................1-0 Robert Morris.........................2-0 St. Bonaventure.....................2-0 St. John’s.................................1-2 Saint Peters.............................0-1 Samford..................................2-3 Sam Houston State................1-0 San Diego...............................0-1 San Diego State......................0-3 Seton Hall...............................2-0 South Alabama......................1-1 S. Connecticut State..............1-0 South Carolina.......................1-0 Southern Illinois....................0-3 Southern Miss......................15-7 Stetson...................................14-6 Stony Brook............................1-0 Syracuse..................................0-1 Temple....................................1-0 Tennessee...............................2-2 Tennessee-Martin..................1-0 Tennessee State......................1-0 Tennessee Tech......................1-0 Texas Tech..............................2-1 Texas-Arlington.....................1-0 Toledo.....................................0-1 Towson...................................2-1 Troy.........................................9-4 Tulsa......................................9-14 UAB.....................................10-12 UC Davis................................0-1 UC Santa Barbara..................0-1 UCLA......................................0-3 UNC-Greensboro..................1-1 UNLV......................................1-1 USF..........................................2-9 Utah State...............................1-0 UTEP.....................................18-5 Valparaiso..............................2-0 Vermont..................................3-0 Villanova................................3-3 Virginia Tech..........................0-2 Washington............................1-2 Western Kentucky.................1-0 Western Michigan.................0-2 Winthrop................................0-1 Wisconsin-Green Bay.............1-0 Wright State...........................2-0 Yale..........................................1-0 Youngstown State.................1-0

Total...............402-284-1

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Ruben Felix Assistant Coach - Third Season with the Knights Ruben Felix enters his third season as an assistant coach with the UCF softball program in 2013. Felix works as the Knights’ hitting coach as well as the infield defense. The Knights improved offensively in every major statistical category from 2011 to 2012 under Felix’s guidance. UCF’s team batting average jumped 14 points from .244 to .258 and the Black and Gold also scored 65 more runs on the season while slugging more doubles and more home runs.

Prior to coaching at the Major League level, Felix was a collegiate coach for five seasons. He was the head and assistant baseball coach for Galveston Junior College in Galveston, Texas from 2001-04. While with the Whitecaps, Felix not only managed the team but also served as the team’s strength and conditioning coach and coordinated team travel and operations.

University, New Mexico State University, Dodge City Community College and Howard Junior College in Texas. He was a Jayhawk League All-Star in 1992 and was an all-conference and all-region selection in two seasons at Lubbock Christian. Felix was also an all-conference and all-region pitcher at Dodge City in 1990.

Felix comes from a baseball and softball family. His twin brother Larry currently plays men’s AA-Major fastpitch softball with teams from Texas and Mexico after retiring from playing professional baseball for 12 seasons in AAA-A Oakland A’s, Milwaukee Brewers, Atlantic League and Mexican UCF also greatly improved defensively League. His younger brother Eugene Felix from the 2011 season. One year after mak- In 2000, Felix was an assistant softball coach also played professionally for the Lafayette ing 83 errors and posting a .951 fielding per- at Texas Tech University under current Bullfrogs of the Texas/Louisiana League. centage. The Knights made just 61 errors in UCF head softball coach Renee Luers-Gil- His father Lauro Sr. played competitive 2012 and posted a .962 fielding percentage. lispie. While with Texas Tech softball Felix men’s fastpitch softball for over 30 years coached infielders, catchers, outfielders and with teams from Texas and Mexico. Felix has spent the last 10 years coaching hitters. or scouting at every level of baseball. Most Felix played men’s fastpitch during high recently, he spent the 2010 summer as a Felix was a volunteer assistant baseball school and college in El Paso, Texas for the scout and outfield coach for the USA Base- coach for Texas Tech University in 1999 El Paso Toros and Team Casa softball clubs. ball 14U National Team that won Bronze in and helped the team to a No. 24 national Nicaragua, was an associate Major League ranking, runner-up honors at the NCAA Felix graduated from Texas Tech University Baseball scout for the Los Angeles Angels in Regional Championship in Lubbock and a in 2000 with a bachelor’s degree in general Texas and also served as the baseball/soft- first-place finish in the Big 12 Conference. studies. Felix has been married for 12 years ball operations director for the Next Level While with the Red Raiders, Felix served as to his wife Michelle and they have a son College Promoters in Lubbock, Texas. the bullpen/outfield coach. Matthew Ripken Felix. In the summer of 2001, Felix was the bullpen coach for the Bethesda Big Train Collegiate Team of the Cal Ripken League. That same year Felix was the outfield/pitching coach for Trinity Christian High School in Lubbock, Texas.

From 2008-09 Felix was an assistant bullpen coach in Major League Baseball for the Baltimore Orioles and he was also an assistant coach for Team USA Baseball at the 2009 World Baseball Classic where he helped coach MLB stars Derek Jeter, Jimmy Rollins, Dustin Pedoria, Adam Dunn, Chipper Jones, Ryan Braun, JP Howell, Brain McCain, Curtis Granderson, Evan Longoria and others.

Prior to the start of his collegiate coaching career, Felix played professional baseball for five seasons in Triple AAA-A in both the U.S. and Mexico. Felix played for the Lubbock Crickets, Corpus Christi Barracudas, Los Mochis Sugarcane Growers, Navojoa Mayos, Beloit Snappers and Stockton Ports with the Milwaukee Brewers Baseball Club as a relief pitcher. Felix was part of two minor league championship teams; the 1995 Single-A Midwest League Champions BeFelix was also a Major League Baseball as- loit Snappers and the 1994 Double-AA Texsistant coach for the Cleveland Indians for as/Louisiana League Champions Corpus three seasons (2004-06) and was the head Christi Barracudas. bullpen coach for the AAA Culiacan Tomateros of the Mexican Pacific Coast Winter While with the Barracudas in 1994, Felix League in 2007. While coaching for Culia- was named Texas/Louisiana League Rookcan, Felix helped former Major Leaguer Jose ie and Reliever of the Year and was also Silva break the league record for saves with named to the league All-Star Team. 23. Felix has been an assistant coach for USA Baseball three times in his career (2010 14U, Felix played Division I collegiate baseball 2009 WBC, 2007 16U). for the Elkhart Dusters of the Kansas Jayhawk Summer League, Lubbock Christian

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Hillary Barrow Assistant Coach - First Season with the Knights UCF’s all-time leader in sacrifice flies, Hillary Barrow rejoined the Knights as an assistant coach in August 2012.

ball coach at Saint Cloud High School.

Aside from those career records, Barrow was a key member of the 2008 Conference USA Championship team and also the 2010 NCAA Tournament team. Barrow was named to the All-Tournament team in both of those seasons, proving her worth as a clutch player.

As a sophomore, Barrow helped her teammates achieve their most successful season on record in 2008, as the Knights claimed the program’s first Conference USA Championship crown with a victory over No. 9 Houston on its home field, while fighting its way to the NCAA Regional Championship Game with a win over No. 1 Florida. The team’s 49 wins on the season were the most in program history, while its 26 votes in the final NFCA Coaches Poll were its most tal-

As a senior in 2010, Barrow helped the Knights reach their third appearance in the NCAA Tournament and their second appearance in the Conference USA Championship Game in 2010. The Black and Gold A native of Miami, Fla., Barrow was a mem- defeated No. 7 Alabama, No. 16 Tennessee ber of the UCF softball team from 2007-10, and No. 22 Ohio State and earned the proand ranks in the top in in several major of- gram’s first at-large bid into the regional fensive categories including games (4th), tournament that season. Barrow for her efruns scored (7th), hits (9th), doubles (2nd), forts was named to the All-C-USA Second home runs (8th), RBIs (4th) and walks (6th). Team.

After graduating UCF in 2010 with a major in communications and a minor in digital media, Barrow spent 2011 as an assist soft-

lies to date. UCF also posted 500th all-time win in 2008. The Black and Gold cruised through the C-USA Softball Championship with a 3-0 record, Barrow joining teammate Tiffany Lane on the all-tournament team, while the squad earned the league’s automatic bid into the NCAA Tournament.

Joel Chimelis Volunteer Coach - Third Season with the Knights Joel Chimelis enters his third year as a volunteer assistant coach for the UCF softball program. He will continue to work with the Knights’ infielders and helping with the team’s offense through the month of March, before leaving to coach with the Houston Astros at the double-A level from April to September. He is currently is in his sixth year as an assistant coach for the Houston Astros organization.

Howard Junior College in 1985. While at Howard, he was drafted by the Atlanta Braves in the 18th round, but chose to sign a National Letter of Intent to play at Texas.

League with the Oaxaca Warriors and also played briefly for the New York Mets AAA team, the Norfolk Tides, where he hit .382 in 25 games.

While with the Longhorns, he posted a .343 batting average and was an All-Southwest Conference shortstop. For his play that season, the Oakland A’s drafted Chimelis in the 11th round and he went on to play in their minor league system for four seasons through Double-AA for the Huntsville Stars.

In 1997 Chimelis played professionally in Taiwan and in 1998 played in the Korean Professional Baseball League. From 19992002 he once again played in the AAA Mexican League for the Laredo Owls where he hit over .300 in each of his three seasons and posted years with 30, 19 and 15 homeruns.

Chimelis started his professional baseball coaching career in 2004 with the Washington Nationals, where he coached in the Single-A South Atlantic League for two seasons.

After four years with the Stars, he was traded to the San Francisco Giants where he played at AA, AAA and reached the Major League level, briefly. In 1994, while playing shortstop for the Shreveport Captains in the AA-Texas League, he was selected to the All-Star Team where he led the league in doubles (43) and hit .295 for the season.

Born in Brooklyn, N.Y., Chimelis began his playing career at Eastern District High School in New York, before signing with

In 1996 he played in the AAA Mexican

In total, Chimelis played 14 seasons of professional baseball in the US, Puerto Rico Winter League, Taiwan, Korea and Mexico. Chimelis has been married for 19 years to his wife Carmen, whom he met while playing winter ball in Puerto Rico. They are proud parents of three daughters, Adriana (18), Nichole (16) and Gabriela (13) and they reside in Orlando.

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All-Time vs. Opponents Akron (1-1)

Feb. 28, 2004........ Neutral..........L, 3-5 March 13, 2004.... Neutral...... W, 10-6

Alabama (1-0)

Feb. 28, 2010........ Neutral........ W, 3-2

Alabama State (1-0)

Feb. 24, 2007..........Home.......... W, 9-0

Albany (1-0)

Feb. 23, 2007..........Home.......... W, 1-0

Arizona State (0-1)

Feb. 6, 2009............Away..........L, 7-10

Arkansas (1-3)

Feb. 2, 2002.......... Neutral........ W, 6-5 Feb. 3, 2002.......... Neutral..........L, 1-2 Feb. 8, 2003.......... Neutral..........L, 2-6 Feb. 26, 2010........ Neutral..........L, 0-6

Army (1-0)

March 19, 2003......Home........ W, 18-2

Auburn (0-1)

Feb. 22, 2008..........Home............L, 0-1

Austin Peay (1-0)

March 13, 2002.... Neutral........ W, 6-3

Ball State (1-2)

March 9, 2006...... Neutral........ W, 4-1 March 10, 2009......Home............L, 0-1 March 8, 2011........Home............L, 5-7

Baylor (1-1)

March 12, 2005.... Neutral..........L, 0-1 March 12, 2008......Home.......... W, 3-0

Belmont (8-0)

April 20, 2002........Away........ W, 16-1 April 20, 2002........Away.......... W, 5-0 April 5, 2003..........Away.......... W, 5-2 April 5, 2003..........Away........ W, 11-0 March 27, 2004......Away.......... W, 8-0 March 27, 2004......Away........ W, 18-7 April 2, 2005..........Home.......... W, 2-0 April 2, 2005..........Home........ W, 12-3

Bethune-Cookman (18-5)

Feb. 2.2002.............Away............L, 2-3 Feb. 9, 2002.......... Neutral........ W, 4-2 Feb. 1, 2003............Home.......... W, 5-2 Feb. 2, 2003............Home.......... W, 4-1 Jan. 27, 2004...........Away.......... W, 5-1 Jan. 27, 2004...........Away.......... W, 3-1 Jan. 29, 2005...........Away.......... W, 3-2 Jan. 29, 2005...........Away............L, 3-5 Feb. 15, 2006..........Home............L, 2-6 Feb. 15, 2006..........Home.......... W, 3-0 March 4, 2006........Home............L, 3-4 March 15, 2007......Home.......... W, 9-1 March 15, 2007......Home........ W, 18-2 April 8, 2008..........Home.......... W, 2-1 April 30, 2008........Away.......... W, 7-1 Feb. 25, 2009..........Home.......... W, 2-0 April 22, 2009........Away.......... W, 3-0

April 21, 2010........Home.......... W, 7-4 April 13, 2011........Away............L, 0-5 Feb. 11, 2012........ Neutral...... W, 10-4 April 18, 2012........Home.......... W, 5-1 May 1, 2012...........Away.......... W, 4-0

Binghamton (0-2)

March 12, 2003......Home............L, 0-1 March 13, 2003......Home............L, 0-1

Birmingham Southern (1-0)

Feb. 22, 2008..........Home.......... W, 5-0

Boston College (3-0)

Feb. 6, 2004.......... Neutral........ W, 5-0 Feb. 21, 2009..........Home.......... W, 2-1 March 6, 2010........Home.......... W, 2-1

Boston University (1-1)

Feb. 19, 2005..........Home.......... W, 6-4 Feb. 23, 2007..........Home............L, 5-6

Bradley (1-1)

March 15, 2005......Home..........L, 3-11 March 15, 2005......Home.......... W, 3-2

Bucknell (1-0)

March 13, 2003......Home........ W, 11-0

Cal Poly (1-0)

Feb. 20, 2004........ Neutral........ W, 7-3

Campbell (7-2)

Colgate (1-1)

March 17, 2002.... Neutral........ W, 6-0 March 18, 2003......Home............L, 1-5

College of Charleston (1-0)

March 4, 2005........Home.......... W, 9-1

Colorado State (1-0)

Eastern Michigan (6-0)

Feb. 17, 2007........ Neutral........ W, 1-0

Columbia (1-1)

March 20, 2002.... Neutral..........L, 1-2 March 18, 2003......Home.......... W, 2-1

Connecticut (3-0)

Feb. 26, 2005........ Neutral........ W, 7-0 Feb. 26, 2005........ Neutral........ W, 1-0 March 10, 2010......Home.......... W, 5-1

Cornell (1-2)

Feb. 9, 2008............Home........ W, 11-2

Central Michigan (1-1)

March 4, 2005........Home.......... W, 6-3 March 6, 2005........Home............L, 2-3

Charleston Southern (4-1)

Feb. 15, 2002........ Neutral........ W, 8-4 Feb. 28, 2003..........Home.......... W, 8-0 March 1, 2003........Home........ W, 10-0 Feb. 28, 2004..........Away............L, 0-2 March 18, 2005......Home.......... W, 9-1

Chattanooga (1-1)

Feb. 14, 2010........ Neutral..........L, 2-4 Feb, 11, 2012........ Neutral........ W, 6-2

March 12, 2004.... Neutral..........L, 5-9

Evansville (1-1)

Creighton (2-0)

Feb. 5, 2005.......... Neutral........ W, 3-0 March 12, 2006.... Neutral..........L, 1-3

Jan. 25, 2003...........Home............L, 5-6 Jan. 25, 2003...........Home............L, 0-1 Feb. 11, 2004..........Away............L, 1-5 Feb. 6, 2005.......... Neutral..........L, 1-6 May 21, 2005.........Away.......... W, 5-3 April 19, 2006........Home............L, 0-3 May 17, 2008.........Away............L, 0-3 May 18, 2008.........Away.......... W, 1-0 May 18, 2008.........Away..........L, 0-10 April 15, 2009........Away............L, 0-3 March 31, 2010......Home............L, 3-4 May 22, 2010.........Away............L, 0-6 April 20, 2011........Away............L, 1-8 April 11, 2012........Home.......... W, 2-0 May 19, 2012.........Away............L, 1-7

Detroit (1-0)

Florida A&M (8-4)

March 3, 2006........Home.......... W, 7-0 March 5, 2006........Home.......... W, 1-0

Dartmouth (2-1)

March 19, 2002.... Neutral..........L, 5-8 March 21, 2007......Home.......... W, 3-1 March 21, 2007......Home.......... W, 5-1

Drake (1-1)

Central Arkansas (1-0)

East Tennessee State (0-1)

March 12, 2003......Home.......... W, 2-1 March 9, 2004...... Neutral..........L, 0-5

Canisius (1-0)

Feb. 24, 2009..........Home.......... W, 7-3

March 1, 2007........Home.......... W, 4-2 March 1, 2007........Home.......... W, 7-4 Feb. 25, 2009..........Home.......... W, 5-4 Feb. 25, 2012..........Home.......... W, 2-1 Feb. 26, 2012..........Home.......... W, 7-2 Feb. 28, 2012..........Home.......... W, 4-3

March 19, 2002.... Neutral..........L, 1-8 March 24, 2010......Home............L, 3-4 March 24, 2010......Home.......... W, 7-2

Delaware (1-0)

Centenary (1-0)

Eastern Kentucky (1-0)

March 5, 2010........Home.......... W, 4-1

March 8, 2002........Home.......... W, 3-0 March 8, 2002........Home.......... W, 5-4 March 23, 2002.... Neutral........L, 2-10 March 15, 2003......Away.......... W, 4-2 March 15, 2003......Away........ W, 15-1 April 8, 2004..........Home.......... W, 7-0 April 8, 2004..........Home.......... W, 8-3 April 8, 2005..........Away.......... W, 6-2 April 8, 2005..........Away............L, 1-4 Feb. 29, 2004........ Neutral........ W, 6-0

April 10, 2011........Away............L, 0-1 March 31, 2012......Home.......... W, 8-2 April 2, 2012..........Home.......... W, 2-0 April 3, 2012..........Home.......... W, 4-3

Feb. 19, 2011..........Home.......... W, 4-1

DePaul (1-1)

March 5, 2003...... Neutral...... W, 13-5 Feb. 24, 2008..........Home.......... W, 2-1 March 13, 2010......Home............L, 0-5

East Carolina (7-17)

May 6, 2006...........Home............L, 1-2 May 6, 2006...........Home............L, 6-8 May 7, 2006...........Home............L, 1-2 March 10, 2007......Away............L, 0-3 March 10, 2007......Away............L, 0-1 March 11, 2007......Away............L, 1-3 May 11, 2007.........Home.......... W, 3-1 May 12, 2007.........Home............L, 0-1 March 8, 2008........Home............L, 2-6 March 8, 2008........Home............L, 1-2 March 9, 2008........Home........ W, 10-6 March 28, 2009......Away............L, 0-3 March 28, 2009......Away............L, 0-3 March 29, 2009......Away............L, 0-5 April 2, 2010..........Home............L, 0-2 April 2, 2010..........Home............L, 0-2 April 3, 2010..........Home............L, 0-6 May 15, 2010....... Neutral..........L, 1-3 April 9, 2011..........Away.......... W, 1-0 April 9, 2011..........Away.......... W, 3-2

Florida (3-11)

April 28, 2002........Away.......... W, 8-0 April 28, 2002........Away.......... W, 7-3 Feb. 4, 2005.......... Neutral..........L, 3-6 Feb. 22, 2005..........Away........ W, 14-9 Feb. 22, 2005..........Away............L, 3-5 Feb. 25, 2005........ Neutral........ W, 7-1 Feb. 29, 2008........ Neutral...... W, 10-6 Feb. 28, 2009..........Home.......... W, 7-0 Feb. 21, 2010..........Home............L, 2-3 Feb. 23, 2011..........Away............L, 4-5 March 5, 2011........Home.......... W, 5-1 Feb. 10, 2012........ Neutral........ W, 9-1

Florida Atlantic (6-13)

March 29, 2002......Away.......... W, 3-0 March 29, 2002......Away............L, 0-6 April 26, 2003........Home............L, 1-4 April 26, 2003........Home............L, 1-4 May 9, 2003......... Neutral........ W, 3-2 May 10, 2003....... Neutral..........L, 5-6 May 10, 2003....... Neutral..........L, 1-5 May 5, 2004...........Away............L, 0-1 May 5, 2004...........Away............L, 0-1 May 14, 2004.........Away............L, 0-7 May 15, 2004.........Away............L, 0-1 March 29, 2005......Home.......... W, 4-1 March 29, 2005......Home............L, 2-3

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All-Time vs. Opponents May 12, 2005.........Away............L, 0-3 May 13, 2005.........Away.......... W, 3-2 Feb. 9, 2007.......... Neutral........L, 0-10 April 11, 2007........Home.......... W, 1-0 April 11, 2007........Home............L, 0-1 March 25, 2008......Away.......... W, 3-0

FIU (3-3)

Feb. 25, 2005..........Away............L, 2-3 Feb. 27, 2005..........Away.......... W, 5-1 March 26, 2008......Away.......... W, 9-5 March 17, 2009......Home............L, 6-8 May 21, 2010....... Neutral........ W, 7-1 May 22, 2010....... Neutral..........L, 0-7

Florida Gulf Coast (1-0)

Feb. 25, 2012..........Home.......... W, 2-1

Florida State (5-11)

March 23, 2002.... Neutral........L, 2-10 April 9, 2003..........Away............L, 1-2 April 9, 2003..........Away............L, 0-2 April 10, 2004........Home............L, 1-2 April 10, 2004........Home............L, 2-3 April 13, 2005........Away.......... W, 2-1 April 13, 2005........Away............L, 0-1 May 2, 2006...........Home............L, 0-2 May 2, 2006...........Home............L, 2-8 March 28, 2007......Away.......... W, 1-0 March 28, 2007......Away............L, 3-8 April 9, 2008..........Home.......... W, 2-0 April 9, 2008..........Home.......... W, 4-1 April 7, 2010..........Home............L, 1-6 April 6, 2011..........Home.......... W, 2-1 Feb. 22, 2012..........Away............L, 2-6

Fresno State (1-0)

Feb. 14, 2003........ Neutral........ W, 3-2

Furman (4-0)

March 8, 2003...... Neutral........ W, 3-2 Feb. 28, 2004........ Neutral........ W, 3-0 March 4, 2004...... Neutral........ W, 5-1 March 14, 2004.... Neutral........ W, 7-3

Gardner-Webb (7-1)

Feb. 16, 2002........ Neutral........ W, 6-5 March 3, 2003........Home.......... W, 8-0 March 3, 2003........Home............L, 3-5 April 4, 2004..........Home.......... W, 6-0 April 4, 2004..........Home.......... W, 7-0 Feb. 5, 2005.......... Neutral...... W, 10-1 April 10, 2005........Away.......... W, 5-0 April 10, 2005........Away........ W, 11-2

George Mason (3-0)

Feb. 24, 2007..........Home.......... W, 4-0 Feb. 23, 2008..........Home........ W, 10-1 Feb. 14, 2009..........Home.......... W, 4-1

Georgetown (2-0)

March 7, 2012........Home.......... W, 3-2 March 7, 2012........Home.......... W, 5-0

March 7, 2010........Home.......... W, 4-3

Feb. 8, 2008............Home.......... W, 5-0

Georgia State (8-3)

Indiana (2-0)

Feb. 15, 2002..........Away.......... W, 5-2 March 5, 2002........Home.......... W, 2-1 March 5, 2002........Home.......... W, 5-4 May 9, 2002......... Neutral..........L, 5-6 May 10, 2002....... Neutral..........L, 2-4 March 29, 2003......Away.......... W, 3-0 March 29, 2003......Away.......... W, 9-1 April 17, 2004........Home.......... W, 4-1 April 17, 2004........Home.......... W, 2-0 April 15, 2005........Away.......... W, 4-0 April 15, 2005........Away............L, 2-6

Georgia Tech (2-2)

March 19, 2005......Home.......... W, 1-0 March 20, 2005......Home............L, 0-8 May 17, 2008....... Neutral........ W, 7-1 Feb. 26, 2010........ Neutral..........L, 0-1

Harvard (1-0)

March 5, 2010........Home.......... W, 9-0

Hawaii (0-2)

Feb. 13, 2005........ Neutral..........L, 3-6 Feb. 15, 2008..........Away............L, 1-3

Hofstra (4-2)

Feb. 17, 2003..........Home.......... W, 4-1 Feb. 17, 2003..........Home.......... W, 5-4 Feb. 21, 2006..........Home............L, 4-6 March 7, 2006........Home.......... W, 4-1 Feb. 21, 2007..........Home............L, 1-3 Feb. 21, 2007..........Home.......... W, 2-1

Holy Cross (1-0)

March 4, 2007...... Neutral........ W, 9-0

Houston (9-13)

March 25, 2006......Home............L, 1-5 March 25, 2006......Home............L, 2-3 March 26, 2006......Home............L, 0-4 April 21, 2007........Away............L, 0-6 April 21, 2007........Away............L, 0-7 April 22, 2007........Away............L, 0-7 May 10, 2007.........Home............L, 2-1 April 5, 2008..........Home............L, 1-5 April 6, 2008..........Home.......... W, 6-4 May 10, 2008.........Away.......... W, 4-2 April 19, 2009........Away............L, 4-6 April 19, 2009........Away.......... W, 3-1 March 20, 2010......Home.......... W, 5-1 March 20, 2010......Home.......... W, 2-1 March 21, 2010......Home.......... W, 1-0 May 7, 2011...........Away............L, 0-2 May 7, 2011...........Away............L, 0-4 May 8, 2011...........Away............L, 0-7 April 28, 2012........Home.......... W, 4-1 April 28, 2012........Home.......... W, 4-0 April 29, 2012........Home.......... W, 6-3 May 10, 2012....... Neutral..........L, 2-6

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Georgia (0-1)

Feb. 13, 2010........ Neutral........L, 0-12

Feb. 20, 2009..........Home.......... W, 9-1 Feb. 18, 2011..........Home.......... W, 4-3 March 3, 2012........Home.......... W, 7-0

Georgia Southern (1-0)

Illinois State (1-0)

March 9, 2003...... Neutral........ W, 4-1 Feb. 7, 2004.......... Neutral...... W, 11-3

Iona (1-1)

March 28, 2002.... Neutral..........L, 4-5 March 14, 2012......Home.......... W, 6-1

Iowa (1-1)

March 20, 2008......Home.......... W, 4-1 March 19, 2009......Home............L, 1-2

Jacksonville (12-2)

April 13, 2003........Home.......... W, 4-0 April 13, 2003........Home.......... W, 6-1 March 21, 2004......Away.......... W, 7-6 March 21, 2004......Away........ W, 10-2 April 23, 2005........Home.......... W, 7-5 April 23, 2005........Home............L, 0-2 May 13, 2005....... Neutral........ W, 9-5 April 20, 2006........Home.......... W, 3-2 April 10, 2007........Away.......... W, 4-2 March 19, 2008......Home.......... W, 9-1 Feb. 18, 2009..........Away.......... W, 5-3 May 4, 2010...........Home.......... W, 3-0 Feb. 24, 2012..........Home............L, 2-3 March 2, 2012........Home.......... W, 2-1

Jacksonville State (3-2)

April 13, 2002........Away............L, 1-5 April 13, 2002........Away............L, 0-8 April 11, 2003........Home.......... W, 6-5 April 11, 2003........Home.......... W, 5-0 March 2, 2007...... Neutral........ W, 5-0

Kansas (1-2)

Feb. 20, 2004........ Neutral..........L, 2-3 Feb. 9, 2008............Home.......... W, 5-2 Feb. 10, 2008..........Home............L, 0-6

Kennesaw State (0-1)

March 10, 2009......Home............L, 1-3

Kent State (2-0)

March 19, 2005......Home.......... W, 4-2 March 23, 2011......Home.......... W, 3-2 March 21, 2012......Home.......... W, 2-1

Kentucky (2-1)

Feb. 15, 2008........ Neutral........ W, 7-2 Feb. 16, 2008........ Neutral........ W, 6-0 Feb. 17, 2008........ Neutral..........L, 1-4

LaSalle (1-0)

March 2, 2004...... Neutral........ W, 9-0

Liberty (3-0)

March 11, 2002.... Neutral........ W, 3-1 March 12, 2008......Home.......... W, 3-0 March 16, 2011......Home.......... W, 4-3

Lipscomb (5-2)

April 4, 2003..........Away........ W, 13-2 April 4, 2003..........Away............L, 5-9 March 26, 2004......Away.......... W, 5-2 March 26, 2004......Away.......... W, 4-2 March 22, 2005......Home.......... W, 4-2

March 22, 2005......Home............L, 0-1 May 12, 2005....... Neutral........ W, 3-1

Long Beach State (1-2)

Feb. 14, 2008........ Neutral........ W, 5-3 Feb. 16, 2008........ Neutral..........L, 2-4 Feb. 17, 2008........ Neutral..........L, 0-5

Long Island (1-0)

March 11, 2005.... Neutral........ W, 8-0

Longwood (2-0)

Feb. 18, 2005..........Home.......... W, 9-0 Feb. 20, 2005..........Home.......... W, 3-1

Loyola (Chicago) (1-1)

March 2, 2004...... Neutral........ W, 1-0 March 4, 2009........Home..........L, 4-10

Loyola Marymount (0-1)

Feb. 15, 2003........ Neutral..........L, 2-3

Maine (5-2)

March 13, 2002.... Neutral........ W, 5-4 March 22, 2003......Home............L, 2-5 March 4, 2004...... Neutral........ W, 3-1 March 7, 2004...... Neutral........ W, 3-1 Feb. 28, 2009..........Home.......... W, 5-0 March 9, 2010........Home............L, 4-6 Feb. 26, 2011..........Home.......... W, 6-3

Manhattan (1-0)

March 10, 2002.... Neutral...... W, 12-1

Marist (2-0)

March 26, 2002.... Neutral........ W, 4-2 Feb. 25, 2006........ Neutral........ W, 3-1

Marshall (16-10)

Feb. 8, 2002.......... Neutral........ W, 9-1 Feb. 7, 2004.......... Neutral..........L, 1-2 March 14, 2004.... Neutral...... W, 10-9 March 18, 2006......Away............L, 2-7 March 18, 2006......Away............L, 1-6 March 19, 2006......Away..........L, 12-8 March 31, 2007......Home.......... W, 4-3 March 31, 2007......Home............L, 0-7 April 1, 2007..........Home.......... W, 5-0 May 10, 2007.........Home.......... W, 5-3 March 29, 2008......Away.......... W, 2-1 March 29, 2008......Away.......... W, 5-3 March 30, 2008......Away.......... W, 7-1 April 10, 2009........Home.......... W, 7-3 April 10, 2009........Home.......... W, 3-0 April 11, 2009........Home............L, 6-9 May 7, 2009......... Neutral..........L, 1-2 April 10, 2010........Away.......... W, 9-1 April 10, 2010........Away.......... W, 8-4 April 11, 2010........Away.......... W, 1-0 April 16, 2011........Home.......... W, 5-4 April 16, 2011........Home.......... W, 6-5 April 17, 2011........Home........ W, 10-6 May 5, 2012...........Away............L, 0-5 May 5, 2012...........Away............L, 0-4 May 6, 2012...........Away............L, 0-1

Maryland (0-2)

March 2, 2008...... Neutral..........L, 0-1

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All-Time vs. Opponents April 17, 2005........Away.......... W, 3-1 April 17, 2005........Away........ W, 15-4

Miami (Ohio) (1-1)

Feb. 9, 2007.......... Neutral........ W, 6-3 Feb. 19, 2011..........Home............L, 5-6

Michigan (0-6)

Feb. 24, 2010..........Away.......... W, 5-3 Feb. 16, 2011..........Home............L, 0-2 Feb. 27, 2011..........Home............L, 4-5 March 28, 2012......Away.......... W, 3-0

April 12, 2002........Away............L, 5-6 March 26, 2003......Home............L, 2-3 March 26, 2003......Home............L, 1-5 Feb. 25, 2006........ Neutral........ W, 4-2

Notre Dame (0-1)

Sam Houston State (1-0)

Feb. 18, 2011..........Home............L, 3-5

March 2, 2005........Home............L, 1-4 March 2, 2005........Home............L, 0-7 Feb. 24, 2008..........Home............L, 1-6 Feb. 27, 2008..........Home............L, 1-3 Feb. 25, 2011..........Home..........L, 1-10 March 1, 2011........Home..........L, 1-10

Ohio State (4-1)

Michigan State (0-0-1)

Oklahoma State (2-1)

March 5, 2005........Home............T, 4-4

Mississippi (2-1)

Feb. 8, 2002.......... Neutral..........L, 2-3 Feb. 8, 2003.......... Neutral........ W, 5-4 Feb. 10, 2002........ Neutral........ W, 4-2

Monmouth (1-0)

March 5, 2011........Home...... W, 11-10

Morris Brown (4-0)

April 27, 2002........Away........ W, 11-1 April 27, 2002........Away........ W, 11-1 Feb. 1, 2003............Home........ W, 21-0 Feb. 2, 2003............Home........ W, 24-0

Nebraska (1-0)

Feb. 27, 2010........ Neutral........ W, 5-4

New Mexico State (0-2)

March 3, 2006........Home............L, 0-4 March 5, 2006........Home............L, 0-4

North Carolina (0-2)

March 9, 2004...... Neutral..........L, 0-4 March 8, 2011........Home............L, 6-7

NC State (0-1)

Feb. 8, 2008............Home..........L, 6-10

North Dakota State (1-2)

March 23, 2002.... Neutral..........L, 6-9 Feb. 18, 2006........ Neutral........ W, 2-1 Feb. 19, 2006........ Neutral........ W, 8-6 March 24, 2010......Home.......... W, 3-0 Feb. 10, 2012......... Neutal......... W, 2-1 Feb. 18, 2007........ Neutral........ W, 6-2 Feb. 7, 2009.......... Neutral........ W, 8-5 Feb. 21, 2009..........Home............L, 0-2

Oregon State (0-1)

Feb. 19, 2012........ Neutral..........L, 1-2

Penn (1-0)

March 2, 2012........Home.......... W, 8-3

Penn State (0-2)

March 5, 2005........Home............L, 0-5 March 11, 2008......Home............L, 1-2

Pittsburgh (2-0)

March 13, 2004.... Neutral...... W, 10-2 Feb. 10, 2007........ Neutral........ W, 2-0

Portland State (2-0)

Feb. 12, 2005........ Neutral........ W, 6-5 Feb. 20, 2009..........Home.......... W, 5-3

Princeton (1-0)

March 22, 2002.... Neutral........ W, 6-3

Providence (1-0)

March 6, 2010........Home.......... W, 6-1

Purdue (0-2)

Feb. 7, 2002.......... Neutral..........L, 1-2 March 13, 2005.... Neutral..........L, 1-2

Feb. 18, 2005..........Home.......... W, 9-1 Feb. 19, 2005..........Home............L, 2-3 Feb. 13, 2011........ Neutral..........L, 1-2

Rider (1-0)

Northern Colorado (1-0)

March 7, 2004...... Neutral........ W, 7-4 March 8, 2004...... Neutral........ W, 3-0

March 13, 2012......Home.......... W, 5-4

Northern Illinois (2-0)

March 11, 2005.... Neutral........ W, 6-5 March 18, 2005......Home.......... W, 8-0 March 14, 2012......Home.......... W, 3-2

North Florida (7-4)

Feb. 10, 2007........ Neutral........ W, 2-0 Feb. 11, 2007........ Neutral..........L, 1-2 Feb. 27, 2007..........Home.......... W, 1-0 April 2, 2008..........Away.......... W, 7-0 Feb. 11, 2009..........Home.......... W, 2-1 Feb. 11, 2009..........Home............L, 5-7 Feb. 19, 2010..........Home.......... W, 6-3

March 10, 2002.... Neutral........ W, 6-0

Robert Morris (2-0)

St. Bonaventure (2-0)

March 1, 2005........Home.......... W, 3-2 March 1, 2005........Home.......... W, 5-2

St. John’s (1-2)

March 3, 2004........Home............L, 0-2 March 3, 2004........Home.......... W, 9-1 March 7, 2006........Home............L, 2-7

March 11, 2008......Home.......... W, 3-1

San Diego (0-2)

Feb. 15, 2003........ Neutral..........L, 0-3 March 10, 2006.... Neutral..........L, 2-6

San Diego State (0-2)

Feb. 12, 2011........ Neutral..........L, 1-5 Feb. 18, 2012..........Away............L, 2-3

Seton Hall (2-0)

Feb. 17, 2007........ Neutral........ W, 6-2 Feb. 24, 2012..........Home.......... W, 3-1

South Alabama (1-1)

March 4, 2007...... Neutral........ W, 3-2 March 4, 2011........Home............L, 3-7

South Carolina (1-0)

Stony Brook (1-0)

March 9, 2003...... Neutral........ W, 8-3

Syracuse (0-1)

Feb. 27, 2009..........Home............L, 2-3

Feb. 19, 2010..........Home.......... W, 4-1

Temple (1-0)

So. Connecticut State (1-0)

Tennessee (2-2)

March 26, 2002.... Neutral........ W, 5-4

Southern Illinois (0-3)

Feb. 7, 2003.......... Neutral..........L, 2-3 Feb. 10, 2006........ Neutral..........L, 2-5 Feb. 11, 2006........ Neutral..........L, 0-7

Southern Miss (15-7)

April 1, 2006..........Away............L, 2-7 April 1, 2006..........Away............L, 2-6 April 2, 2006..........Away............L, 1-2 March 17, 2007......Home.......... W, 2-0 March 17, 2007......Home............L, 3-6 March 18, 2007......Home.......... W, 5-0 May 3, 2008...........Away............L, 1-2 May 3, 2008...........Away.......... W, 5-3 May 4, 2008...........Away.......... W, 1-0 May 8, 2008......... Neutral........ W, 3-2 April 4, 2009..........Home............L, 4-5 April 4, 2009..........Home.......... W, 2-1 April 5, 2009..........Home.......... W, 5-4 March 27, 2010......Away.......... W, 7-4 March 27, 2010......Away.......... W, 3-2 March 28, 2010......Away.......... W, 8-0 April 30, 2011........Home.......... W, 3-2 April 30, 2011........Home.......... W, 4-3 May 1, 2011...........Home.......... W, 7-2 March 17, 2012......Away.......... W, 6-0 March 17, 2012......Away............L, 9-5 March 18, 2012......Away.......... W, 3-0

SW Missouri State (1-2)

St. Peter’s (0-1)

March 19, 2003......Home............L, 4-5

Feb. 28, 2003..........Home............L, 0-3 March 1, 2003........Home.......... W, 6-0 March 2, 2003........Home............L, 2-4

Samford (2-3)

Stetson (14-6)

April 12, 2002........Away.......... W, 1-0

May 1, 2003...........Away............L, 3-8 May 9, 2003......... Neutral........ W, 3-0 May 8, 2003......... Neutral........ W, 8-5 Feb. 8, 2004.......... Neutral..........L, 6-8 April 29, 2004........Home.......... W, 4-3 April 29, 2004........Home.......... W, 2-1 May 15, 2004....... Neutral........ W, 2-1 May 6, 2005...........Away.......... W, 5-1 May 6, 2005...........Away............L, 5-6 Feb. 18, 2006..........Away.......... W, 3-1 Feb. 19, 2006..........Away............L, 2-5 Feb. 28, 2007..........Home............L, 2-3 April 4, 2007..........Away.......... W, 1-0 Feb. 20, 2008..........Away.......... W, 6-0 April 27, 2008........Home.......... W, 8-0 April 8, 2009..........Away.......... W, 4-3 Feb. 17, 2010..........Home............L, 1-7 March 3, 2012........Home.......... W, 3-1 April 25, 2012........Home.......... W, 8-1

May 1, 2003...........Away.......... W, 5-2

March 10, 2005.... Neutral........ W, 3-2 Feb. 9, 2002.......... Neutral........ W, 4-2 Feb. 4, 2005.......... Neutral..........L, 0-4 Feb. 14, 2009..........Home............L, 0-1 Feb. 13, 2010........ Neutral........ W, 6-3

Tennessee State (1-0)

Feb. 27, 2009..........Home.......... W, 9-7

Tennessee Tech (1-0)

March 8, 2003...... Neutral........ W, 3-2

Texas Tech (2-1)

Feb. 10, 2006........ Neutral........ W, 4-2 Feb. 10, 2006........ Neutral........ W, 4-1 Feb. 6, 2009.......... Neutral........L, 4-12

Toledo (0-1)

March 15, 2002.... Neutral..........L, 2-4

Towson (2-1)

March 28, 2002.... Neutral........ W, 4-2 March 25, 2003.... Neutral..........L, 0-5 March 12, 2004.... Neutral........ W, 5-0

Troy (9-4)

April 5, 2002..........Home.......... W, 2-0 April 5, 2002..........Home.......... W, 6-1 May 10, 2002.........Away.......... W, 4-3 April 18, 2003........Away.......... W, 4-0 April 18, 2003........Away.......... W, 7-3 April 14, 2004........Away............L, 3-5 April 14, 2004........Away............L, 2-3 May 13, 2004....... Neutral........ W, 5-2 April 24, 2005........Home............L, 1-3 April 24, 2005........Home........ W, 11-8 May 14, 2005....... Neutral........ W, 2-1 May 14, 2005....... Neutral........ W, 3-1 Feb. 20, 2010..........Home............L, 0-1

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All-Time vs. Opponents Tulsa (9-14)

March 14, 2006......Home............L, 1-7 March 15, 2006......Home............L, 2-5 March 15, 2006......Home............L, 0-1 March 24, 2007......Away.......... W, 3-0 March 24, 2007......Away............L, 4-7 March 25, 2007......Away.......... W, 7-1 May 11, 2007.........Home.......... W, 1-0 March 21, 2008......Home.......... W, 2-0 March 21, 2008......Home.......... W, 6-5 March 22, 2008......Home.......... W, 8-0 March 7, 2009........Away............L, 6-7 March 7, 2009........Away............L, 2-7 March 8, 2009........Away............L, 2-8 April 24, 2010........Home............L, 0-1 April 24, 2010........Home.......... W, 4-3 April 25, 2010........Home.......... W, 2-1 March 19, 2011......Away............L, 1-5 March 19, 2011......Away............L, 1-6 March 20, 2011......Away............L, 3-7 May 13, 2011....... Neutral..........L, 1-6 March 10, 2012......Home.......... W, 4-0 March 10, 2012......Home............L, 3-0 March 11, 2012......Home............L, 2-1

UAB (10-12)

April 8, 2006..........Away............L, 1-2 April 8, 2006..........Away............L, 0-2 April 9, 2006..........Away............L, 5-7 April 14, 2007........Home............L, 2-4 April 14, 2007........Home.......... W, 5-2 April 15, 2007........Home.......... W, 1-0 March 15, 2008......Away............L, 0-2 March 15, 2008......Away.......... W, 3-2 March 16, 2008......Away.......... W, 2-0 March 14, 2009......Home.......... W, 7-0 March 14, 2009......Home............L, 4-7 March 15, 2009......Home.......... W, 6-5 April 17, 2010........Away............L, 1-2 April 17, 2010........Away............L, 2-5 April 18, 2010........Away.......... W, 4-3 March 26, 2011......Home.......... W, 6-0 March 26, 2011......Home............L, 1-5 March 27, 2011......Home............L, 3-5 May 12, 2011....... Neutral........ W, 2-1 April 14, 2012........Away............L, 0-2 April 14, 2012........Away............L, 0-2 April 15, 2012........Away.......... W, 1-0

UCLA (0-3)

Feb. 16, 2007........ Neutral..........L, 0-3 Feb. 12, 2011..........Away..........L, 2-10 Feb. 18, 2012........ Neutral..........L, 1-3

UC Davis (0-1)

Feb. 17, 2012........ Neutral..........L, 3-6

UC Santa Barbara (0-1)

Feb. 16, 2003........ Neutral..........L, 1-2

UMKC (0-1)

Feb. 13, 2005..........Away.......... W, 6-5 Feb. 16, 2007..........Away............L, 0-8

March 2, 2007...... Neutral..........L, 1-2 March 4, 2011........Home............L, 3-7

USF (2-9)

Washington (1-2)

April 16, 2003........Away............L, 0-9 April 16, 2003........Away............L, 4-5 May 7, 2004...........Home............L, 1-8 May 7, 2004...........Home............L, 6-8 March 12, 2005......Away............L, 2-6 April 20, 2005........Away............L, 3-5 May 20, 2005....... Neutral........L, 3-14 May 21, 2005....... Neutral..........L, 4-5 April 12, 2006........Away.......... W, 3-1 May 16, 2008....... Neutral........ W, 3-2 May 18, 2012....... Neutral..........L, 0-1

Utah State (1-0)

Feb. 11, 2011........ Neutral........ W, 9-6

UT-Arlington (1-0)

Feb. 16, 2002........ Neutral........ W, 1-0

Western Michigan (0-2)

Feb. 24, 2006........ Neutral..........L, 5-6 Feb. 7, 2009.......... Neutral........L, 1-10

Winthrop (0-1)

Feb. 24, 2006........ Neutral..........L, 3-8

Wright State (2-0)

Feb. 15, 2002........ Neutral........ W, 9-4 March 25, 2003.... Neutral........ W, 1-0

UTEP (15-5)

Yale (1-0)

April 22, 2006........Away.......... W, 5-1 April 22, 2006........Away............L, 2-5 April 23, 2006........Away.......... W, 2-0 April 28, 2007........Home.......... W, 8-0 April 28, 2007........Home.......... W, 1-0 April 29, 2007........Home.......... W, 6-0 April 12, 2008........Away............L, 0-1 April 12, 2008........Away............L, 5-6 April 13, 2008........Away.......... W, 4-3 May 9, 2008......... Neutral........ W, 3-0 May 2, 2009...........Home.......... W, 4-3 May 2, 2009...........Home.......... W, 5-2 May 3, 2009...........Home............L, 2-3 May 8, 2010...........Away.......... W, 4-3 May 8, 2010...........Away...... W, 12-10 May 9, 2010...........Away.......... W, 7-5 May 13, 2010....... Neutral........ W, 4-2 March 12, 2011......Home.......... W, 2-1 March 12, 2011......Home............L, 2-3 March 13, 2011......Home.......... W, 6-0 April 6, 2012..........Away.......... W, 4-3 April 6, 2012..........Away...... W, 12-10 April 7, 2012..........Away.......... W, 7-5

March 13, 2002.... Neutral........ W, 3-0

Youngstown State (1-0)

March 15, 2002.... Neutral...... W, 13-0

UW-Green Bay (0-1)

March 17, 2002.... Neutral..........L, 5-8

Valparaiso (2-0)

March 5, 2003...... Neutral........ W, 5-0 March 1, 2011........Home.......... W, 6-1

Vermont (3-0)

March 20, 2002.... Neutral...... W, 10-3 March 1, 2008...... Neutral........ W, 8-2 March 2, 2008...... Neutral........ W, 5-1

Villanova (3-3)

March 22, 2002.... Neutral........ W, 4-2 March 9, 2003...... Neutral..........L, 1-4

UNLV (1-1)

Virginia Tech (0-2)

UNC Greesboro (1-1)

Western Kentucky (1-0)

Feb. 13, 2009..........Home.......... W, 5-1

March 4, 2006........Home.......... W, 2-0 Feb. 25, 2007..........Home............L, 0-1 March 1, 2008...... Neutral...... W, 11-4 March 13, 2009......Home............L, 3-5 Feb. 20, 2010..........Home.......... W, 5-2 Feb. 26, 2011..........Home............L, 1-4

Feb. 25, 2011..........Home..........L, 3-12

Feb. 12, 2005........ Neutral........ W, 1-0 March 12, 2006.... Neutral..........L, 0-8 Feb. 17, 2012........ Neutral..........L, 0-1

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Year-By-Year Results 2002 (46-19, 12-6 A-SUN)

Head Coach: Renee Luers-Gillispie 2/2 at Bethune-Cookman^ L, 2-3 2/2 Arkansas^ W, 6-5 2/3 Arkansas^ L, 1-2 2/8 Mississippi# L, 2-3 2/8 Marshall# W, 9-1 2/9 Bethune-Cookman# W, 4-2 2/9 Tennessee# W, 4-2 2/10 Mississippi# W, 4-2 2/15 Charleston Southern! W, 8-4 2/15 Wright State! W, 9-4 2/15 at Georgia State! W, 5-2 2/16 Gardner-Webb! W 6-5 2/16 Western Kentucky! W, 1-0 3/5 Georgia State* W, 2-1 3/5 Georgia State* W, 5-4 3/8 Campbell* W, 3-0 3/8 Campbell* W, 5-4 3/10 Manhattan% W, 12-1 3/10 Rider% W, 6-0 3/11 Liberty% W, 3-1 3/13 Austin Peay W, 6-3 3/13 Yale% W, 3-0 3/14 Maine% W, 5-4 3/15 Toledo% L, 2-4 3/15 Youngstown State% W, 13-0 3/17 UW-Green Bay% L, 5-8 3/17 Colgate% W, 6-0 3/19 Dartmouth L, 5-8 3/19 Cornell% L, 1-8 3/20 Columbia% L, 1-2 3/20 Vermont% W, 10-3 3/22 Princeton+ W, 6-3 3/22 UNC-Greensboro+ W, 4-2 3/23 Ohio State+ L, 6-9 3/23 Campbell+ L, 2-10 3/23 Florida State+ L, 2-10 3/26 S. Conn. St.@ W, 5-4 3/26 Marist@ W, 4-2 3/28 Towson@ W, 4-2 3/28 Iona L, 4-5 3/29 at Florida Atlantic* W, 3-0 3/29 at Florida Atlantic* L, 0-6 4/5 Troy* W, 2-0 4/5 Troy* W, 6-1 4/7 Mercer * W, 7-1 4/7 Mercer* L, 1-3 4/12 at Samford* W, 1-0 4/12 at Samford* L, 5-6 4/13 at Jacksonville St.* L, 1-5 4/13 at Jacksonville St.* L, 0-8 4/20 at Belmont* W, 16-1 4/20 at Belmont* W, 5-0 4/27 at Morris Brown W, 11-1 4/27 at Morris Brown W, 11-1 4/28 at Florida A&M W, 8-0 4/28 at Florida A&M W, 7-3 5/1 at Stetson* W, 5-2 5/1 at Stetson* L, 3-8 5/9 vs. Stetson$ W, 3-0 5/9 vs. Georgia State$ L, 5-6 5/10 at Troy$ W, 4-3 5/10 vs. Georgia State$ L, 2-4 * Atlantic Sun game ^ Bethune-Cookman Tournament # UCF/Triple Crown Tournament ! Georgia State Tournament % Rebel Games @ Rebel Games + Buzz Classic $ Atlantic SunTournament

2003 (37-31, 13-7 A-SUN)

Head Coach: Renee Luers-Gillispie 1/25 Florida L, 6-5 1/25 Florida L, 1-0 2/1 Bethune-Cookman& W, 5-2 2/1 Morris Brown& W, 21-0 2/2 Morris Brown& W, 24-0 2/2 Bethune-Cookman& W, 4-1 2/7 Southern Illinois~ L, 3-2 2/7 Purdue~ L, 10-2 2/8 Ole Miss~ W, 5-4 2/8 Arkansas~ L, 6-2 2/14 Fresno State% W, 3-2 2/15 Loyola Marymount% L, 3-2 2/15 San Diego% L, 3-0 2/16 Santa Barbara% L, 2-1 2/28 Charleston Southern+ W, 8-0 2/28 SW Missouri State+ L, 3-0 3/1 SW Missouri State+ W, 6-0 3/1 CharlestonSouthern+W, 10-0 3/2 SW Missouri State+ L, 4-2 3/3 Gardner-Webb* W, 8-0 3/3 Gardner-Webb* L, 5-3 3/5 Detroit:: W, 13-5 3/5 Valparaiso:: W, 5-0 3/8 Tennessee Tech$ W, 3-2 3/8 Furman$ W, 3-2 3/9 Indiana$ W, 4-1 3/9 Stony Brook$ W, 8-3 3/9 UNC-Greensboro$ L, 4-1 3/12 Binghamton! L 1-0 3/12 Evansville! W, 2-1 3/13 Bucknell! W, 11-0 3/13 Binghamton! L, 1-0 3/15 at Campbell* W, 4-2 3/15 at Campbell* W, 15-1 3/18 Colgate> L, 5-1 3/18 Columbia> W, 2-1 3/19 St. Peters> L, 5-4 3/19 Army> W, 18-2 3/22 Maine= L, 5-2 3/25 Towson:: L, 5-0 3/25 Wright State:: W, 1-0 3/26 Samford* L, 3-2 3/26 Samford* L, 5-1 3/29 at Georgia State* W, 3-0 3/29 at Georgia State* W, 9-1 4/4 at Lipscomb* W, 13-2 4/4 at Lipscomb* L, 9-5 4/5 at Belmont* W, 5-2 4/5 at Belmont* W, 11-0 4/9 at Florida State L, 2-1 4/9 at Florida State L, 2-0 4/11 Jacksonville State* W, 6-5 4/11 Jacksonville State* W, 5-0 4/13 Jacksonville* W, 4-0 4/13 Jacksonville* W, 6-1 4/16 at USF L, 9-0 4/16 at USF L, 5-4 4/18 at Troy* W, 4-0 4/18 at Troy* W, 7-3 4/20 at Mercer* L, 5-3 4/20 at Mercer* L, 10-9 4/26 Florida Atlantic* L, 4-1 4/26 Florida Atlantic* L, 4-1 5/8 Stetson# W, 8-5 5/8 Mercer# W, 4-3 5/9 Florida Atlantic# W, 3-2 5/10 Florida Atlantic# L, 6-5 5/10 Florida Atlantic# L, 5-1 * Atlantic Sun game & UCF Invitational ~ UCF/Triple Crown Tournament % Campbell/Cartier Tournament + UCF Softball Tournament :: Rebel Games $ Charleston Southern Tournament ! UCF Spring Fling > UCF Softball Tournament = UCF Golden Knight Tournament # Atlantic Sun Tournament

2004 (42-21, 16-4 A-SUN)

Head Coach: Renee Luers-Gillispie 1/27 at Bethune-Cookman W, 5-1 1/27 at Bethune-Cookman W, 3-1 2/6 McNeese State! W, 11-0 2/6 Boston College! W, 5-0 2/7 Indiana! W, 11-3 2/7 Marshall! L, 2-1 2/8 Stetson! L, 8-6 2/11 at Florida L, 5-1 2/17 Hofstra W, 4-1 2/17 Hofstra W, 5-4 2/20 Kansas@ L, 3-2 2/20 Cal Poly@ W, 7-3 2/28 Furman+ W, 3-0 2/28 Charleston Southern+ L, 2-0 2/28 Akron+ L, 5-3 2/29 Canisius+ W, 6-0 3/2 LaSalle^ W, 9-0 3/2 Loyola^ W, 1-0 3/3 St. John’s L, 2-0 3/3 St. John’s W, 9-1 3/4 Furman^ W, 5-1 3/4 Maine^ W, 3-1 3/7 Robert Morris! W, 7-4 3/7 Maine! W, 3-1 3/8 Robert Morris! W, 3-0 3/9 North Carolina! L, 4-0 3/9 Evansville! L, 5-0 3/12 East Tennessee State& L, 9-5 3/12 Towson& W, 5-0 3/13 Akron& W, 10-6 3/13 Pittsburgh& W, 10-2 3/14 Marshall& W, 10-9 3/14 Furman& W, 7-3 3/21 at Jacksonville* W, 7-6 3/21 at Jacksonville* W, 10-2 3/26 at Lipscomb* W, 5-2 3/26 at Lipscomb* W, 4-2 3/27 at Belmont* W, 8-0 3/27 at Belmont* W, 18-7 4/4 Gardner-Webb* W, 6-0 4/4 Gardner-Webb* W, 7-0 4/8 Campbell* W, 7-0 4/8 Campbell* W, 8-3 4/10 Florida State L, 2-1 4/10 Florida State L, 3-2 4/14 at Troy* L, 5-3 4/14 at Troy* L, 3-2 4/17 Georgia State* W, 4-1 4/17 Georgia State* W, 2-0 4/18 Mercer* W, 2-0 4/18 Mercer* W, 10-4 4/29 Stetson* W, 4-3 4/29 Stetson* W, 2-1 5/5 at Florida Atlantic* L, 1-0 5/5 at Florida Atlantic* L, 1-0 5/7 USF L, 8-1 5/7 USF L, 8-6 5/13 Mercer# W, 5-2 5/13 Troy# W, 5-2 5/14 Florida Atlantic# L, 7-0 5/15 Stetson# W, 2-1 5/15 Florida Atlantic# L, 1-0 * Atlantic Sun game # UCF/Triple Crown Classic @ Santa Barbara Tournament + Charleston Southern Tournament ^ Rebel Games ! Triple Crown Spring Fling & Winthrop Tournament # Atlantic Sun Tournament

2005 (47-29-1, 13-7 A-SUN)

Head Coach: Renee Luers-Gillispie • Atlantic Sun Tournament Champions • NCAA Regional Tournament 1/29 at Bethune-Cookman W, 3-2 1/29 at Bethune-Cookman L, 5-3 2/4 Tennessee^ L, 4-0 2/4 Florida A&M^ L, 6-3 2/5 DePaul^ W, 3-0 2/5 Gardner-Webb^ W, 10-1 2/6 Florida^ L, 6-1 2/12 Washington@ W, 1-0 2/12 Portland State@ W, 6-5 2/13 Hawaii@ L, 6-3 2/13 UNLV@ W, 6-5 2/18 Longwood# W, 9-0 2/18 North Dakota State# W, 9-1 2/19 Boston University# W, 6-4 2/19 North Dakota State# L, 3-2 2/20 Longwood# W, 3-1 2/22 at Florida A&M W, 14-9 2/22 at Florida A&M L, 5-3 2/25 Florida A&M$ W, 7-1 2/25 Florida International$ L, 3-2 2/26 UConn$ W, 7-0 2/26 UConn$ W, 1-0 2/27 Florida International$ W, 5-1 3/1 St. Bonaventure W, 3-2 3/1 St. Bonaventure W, 5-2 3/2 Michigan L, 4-1 3/2 Michigan L, 7-0 3/4 Central Michigan% W, 6-3 3/4 Eastern Kentucky% W, 9-1 3/5 Penn State% L, 5-0 3/5 Michigan State% T, 4-4 3/6 Central Michigan% L, 3-2 3/10 Temple! W, 3-2 3/11 Northern Illinois! W, 6-5 3/11 Long Island! W, 8-0 3/12 Baylor! L, 1-0 3/12 USF! L, 6-2 3/13 Purdue! L, 2-1 3/15 Bradley L, 11-3 3/15 Bradley W, 3-2 3/18 Charleston Southern& W, 9-1 3/18 Northern Illinois& W, 8-0 3/19 Kent State& W, 4-2 3/19 Georgia Tech& W, 1-0 3/20 Georgia Tech& L, 8-0 3/22 Lipscomb* W, 4-2 3/22 Lipscomb* L, 1-0 3/29 Florida Atlantic* W, 4-1 3/29 Florida Atlantic* L, 3-2 4/2 Belmont* W, 2-0 4/2 Belmont* W, 12-3 4/8 at Campbell* W, 6-2 4/8 at Campbell* L, 4-1 4/10 at Gardner-Webb* W, 5-0 4/10 at Gardner-Webb* W, 11-2 4/13 at Florida State W, 2-1 4/13 at Florida State L, 1-0 4/15 at Georgia State* W, 4-0 4/15 at Georgia State* L, 6-2 4/17 at Mercer* W, 3-1 4/17 at Mercer* W, 15-4 4/20 at USF L, 5-3 4/23 Jacksonville* W, 7-5 4/23 Jacksonville* L, 2-0 4/24 Troy* L, 3-1 4/24 Troy* W, 11-8 5/6 at Stetson* W, 5-1 5/6 at Stetson* L, 6-5 5/12 Lipscomb< W, 3-1 5/12 Florida Atlantic< L, 3-0 5/13 Jacksonville< W, 9-5 5/13 Florida Atlantic< W, 3-2 5/14 Troy< W, 2-1 5/14 Troy< W, 3-1 5/20 USF> L, 14-3 5/21 Florida> W, 5-3 5/21 USF> L, 5-4 * Atlantic Sun game

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Year-By-Year Results ^ Clearwater Invitational @ Louisville Slugger Tournament # UCF Tournament $ Golden Panther adidas Invitational % UCF Fastpitch Invitational ! Speedline Tournament & UCF Invitational < Atlantic Sun Tournament > NCAA Regional Tournament

2006 (19-37, 4-20 C-USA)

Head Coach: Renee Luers-Gillispie 2/10 SIU^ L, 5-2 2/10 Texas Tech^ W, 4-2 2/11 Texas Tech^ W, 4-1 2/11 SIU^ L, 7-0 2/15 Bethune-Cookman L, 6-2 2/15 Bethune-Cookman W, 3-0 2/18 Ohio State> W, 2-1 2/18 Stetson> W, 3-1 2/19 Ohio State> W, 8-6 2/19 Stetson> L, 5-2 2/21 Hofstra L, 6-4 2/24 Western Michigan# L, 6-5 2/24 Winthrop# L, 8-3 2/25 Marist# W, 3-1 2/25 Samford# W, 4-2 3/3 Creighton+ W, 7-0 3/3 New Mexico State+ L ,4-0 3/4 Villanova+ W, 2-0 3/4 Bethune-Cookman+ L, 4-3 3/5 Creighton+ W, 1-0 3/5 New Mexico State+ L ,4-0 3/7 Boston College+ W, 4-1 3/7 St. John’s L, 7-2 3/9 Ball State! W, 4-1 3/10 San Diego! L, 6-2 3/12 Depaul! L, 3-1 3/12 Washington! L, 8-0 3/14 Tulsa* L, 7-1 3/15 Tulsa* L, 5-2 3/15 Tulsa* L, 1-0 3/18 at Marshall* L, 7-2 3/18 at Marshall* L, 6-1 3/19 at Marshall* L, 12-8 3/25 Houston* L, 5-1 3/25 Houston* L, 3-2 3/26 Houston* L, 4-0 4/1 at Southern Miss* L ,7-2 4/1 at Southern Miss* L, 6-2 4/2 at Southern Miss* L, 2-1 4/8 at UAB* L, 2-1 4/8 at UAB* L, 2-0 4/9 at UAB* L, 7-5 4/12 at USF W, 3-1 4/14 Memphis* W, 2-1 4/14 Memphis* W, 4-3 4/15 Memphis* L ,3-1 4/19 Florida L, 3-0 4/20 Jacksonville W, 3-2 4/22 at UTEP* W, 5-1 4/22 at UTEP* L, 5-2 4/23 at UTEP* W, 2-0 5/2 Florida State L, 2-0 5/2 Florida State L, 8-2 5/6 East Carolina* L, 2-1 5/6 East Carolina* L, 8-6 5/7 East Carolina* L, 2-1 * Conference USA game ^ Triple Crown Tournament > Stetson Invitational # Stetson Tournament + UCF Tournament

! Fresno State Tournament

2007 (38-26, 11-13 C-USA)

Head Coach: Renee Luers-Gillispie 2/9 Miami (Ohio)^ W, 6-3 2/9 Florida Atlantic^ L, 10-0 2/10 North Florida^ W, 2-0 2/10 Pittsburgh^ W, 2-0 2/11 North Florida^ L, 2-1 2/16 UCLA> L, 3-0 2/16 UNLV> L, 8-0 2/17 Colorado State> W, 1-0 2/17 Seton Hall> W, 6-2 2/18 Oklahoma State> W, 6-2 2/21 Hofstra L, 3-1 2/21 Hofstra W, 2-1 2/23 Albany# W, 1-0 2/23 Boston University# L, 6-5 2/24 George Mason# W, 4-0 2/24 Alabama State# W, 9-0 2/25 Villanova# L, 1-0 2/27 North Florida W, 1-0 2/28 Stetson L, 3-2 3/1 Eastern Michigan W, 4-2 3/1 Eastern Michigan W, 7-4 3/2 Jacksonville State+ W, 5-0 3/2 Virginia Tech+ L, 2-1 3/4 Holy Cross+ W, 9-0 3/4 South Alabama+ W, 3-2 3/10 at East Carolina* L, 3-0 3/10 at East Carolina* L, 1-0 3/11 at East Carolina* L, 3-1 3/15 Bethune-Cookman W, 9-1 3/15 Bethune-Cookman W, 18-2 3/17 Southern Miss* W, 2-0 3/17 Southern Miss* L, 6-3 3/18 Southern Miss* W, 5-0 3/21 Dartmouth W, 3-1 3/21 Dartmouth W, 5-1 3/24 at Tulsa* W, 3-0 3/24 at Tulsa* L, 7-4 3/25 at Tulsa* W, 7-1 3/28 at Florida State W, 1-0 3/28 at Florida State L, 8-3 3/31 Marshall* W, 4-3 3/31 Marshall* L, 7-0 4/1 Marshall* W, 5-0 4/4 at Stetson W, 1-0 4/10 at Jacksonville W, 4-2 4/11 Florida Atlantic W, 1-0 4/11 Florida Atlantic L, 1-0 4/14 UAB* L, 4-2 4/14 UAB* W, 5-2 4/15 UAB* W, 1-0 4/21 at Houston* L, 6-0 4/21 at Houston* L, 7-0 4/22 at Houston* L, 7-0 4/28 UTEP* W, 8-0 4/28 UTEP* W, 1-0 4/29 UTEP* W, 6-0 5/5 at Memphis* L, 2-1 5/5 at Memphis* L, 2-1 5/6 at Memphis* L, 2-1 5/10 Marshall! W, 5-3 5/10 Houston! L, 2-1 5/11 Tulsa! W, 1-0 5/11 East Carolina! W, 3-1 5/12 East Carolina! L, 1-0 * Conference USA Game ^ FAU Tournament > UNLV/Louisville Tournament

Slugger

# UCF Tournament + Altamonte Springs Tournament ! Conference USA Championship

2008 (49-20, 16-7 C-USA)

Head Coach: Renee Luers-Gillispie • Conference USA Tournament Champions • NCAA Regional Tournament 2/8 Illinois State^ W, 5-0 2/8 NC State^ L, 10-6 2/9 Kansas^ W, 5-2 2/9 Central Arkansas^ W, 11-2 2/10 Kansas^ L, 6-0 2/14 Long Beach State$ W, 5-3 2/15 Kentucky$ W, 7-2 2/15 at Hawaii$ L, 3-1 2/16 Long Beach State$ L, 4-2 2/16 Kentucky$ W, 6-0 2/17 Long Beach State$ L, 5-0 2/17 Kentucky$ L, 4-1 2/20 at Stetson W, 6-0 2/22 Auburn~ L, 1-0 2/22 Birmingham-Southern~ W, 5-0 2/23 George Mason~ W, 10-1 2/24 Drake~ W, 2-1 2/24 Michigan~ L, 6-1 2/27 Michigan L, 3-1 2/29 Florida A&M+ W, 10-6 2/29 USA Olympic Team> L, 1-0 3/1 Villanova+ W, 11-4 3/1 Vermont+ W, 8-2 3/2 Vermont+ W, 5-1 3/2 Maryland+ L, 1-0 3/8 East Carolina* L, 6-2 3/8 East Carolina* L, 2-1 3/9 East Carolina* W, 10-6 3/11 Sam Houston State W, 3-1 3/11 Penn State L, 2-1 3/12 Liberty W, 3-0 3/12 Baylor W, 3-0 3/15 at UAB* L, 2-0 3/15 at UAB* W, 3-2 3/16 at UAB* W, 2-0 3/19 Jacksonville W, 9-1 3/20 Iowa W, 4-1 3/21 Tulsa* W, 2-0 3/21 Tulsa* W, 6-5 3/22 Tulsa* W, 8-0 3/25 at Florida Atlantic W, 3-0 3/26 at Florida International W, 9-5 3/29 at Marshall* W, 2-1 3/29 at Marshall* W, 5-3 3/30 at Marshall* W, 7-1 4/2 at North Florida W, 7-0 4/5 Houston* L, 5-1 4/6 Houston* W, 6-4 4/8 Bethune-Cookman W, 2-1 4/9 Florida State W, 2-0 4/9 Florida State W, 4-1 4/12 at UTEP* L, 1-0 4/12 at UTEP* L, 6-5 4/13 at UTEP* W, 4-3 4/19 Memphis* W, 5-0 4/19 Memphis* W, 4-2 4/20 Memphis* W, 8-0 4/27 Stetson W, 8-0 4/30 at Bethune-Cookman W, 7-1 5/3 at Southern Miss* L, 2-1 5/3 at Southern Miss* W, 5-3 5/4 at Southern Miss* W, 1-0 5/8 Southern Miss& W, 3-2 5/9 UTEP& W, 3-0 5/10 at Houston& W, 4-2 5/16 USF% W, 3-2 5/17 at Florida% L, 3-0 5/17 Georgia Tech% W, 7-1 5/18 at Florida% W, 1-0 5/18 at Florida% L, 10-0

+ Altamonte Springs Tournament > Exhibition game & Conference USA Championship % NCAA Regional Tournament

2009 (27-27, 11-12 C-USA)

Head Coach: Renee Luers-Gillispie 2/6 Texas Tech^ L, 4-12 2/6 at Arizona State^ L, 7-10 2/7 Oklahoma State^ W, 8-5 2/7 Western Michigan^ L, 1-10 2/11 North Florida W, 2-1 2/11 North Florida L, 5-7 2/13 Villanova! L, 3-5 2/13 UT-Arlington! W, 5-1 2/14 George Mason! W, 4-1 2/14 Tennessee! L, 0-1 2/18 at Jacksonville W, 5-3 2/20 Portland State$ W, 5-3 2/20 Illinois-Chicago$ W, 9-1 2/21 Boston College$ W, 2-1 2/21 Oklahoma State$ L, 0-2 2/24 Centenary W, 7-3 2/25 Bethune-Cookman W, 2-0 2/25 Eastern Michigan W, 5-4 2/27 Syracuse# L, 2-3 2/27 Tennesee State# W, 9-7 2/28 Florida A&M# W, 7-0 2/28 Maine# W, 5-0 3/4 Loyola (Ill.) L, 4-10 3/7 at Tulsa* L, 6-7 3/7 at Tulsa* L, 2-7 3/8 at Tulsa* L, 2-8 3/10 Ball State L, 0-1 3/10 Kennesaw State L, 1-3 3/14 UAB* W, 7-0 3/14 UAB* L, 4-7 3/15 UAB* W, 6-5 3/17 FIU L, 6-8 3/19 Iowa L, 1-2 3/28 at East Carolina* L, 0-3 3/28 at East Carolina* L, 0-3 3/29 at East Carolina* L, 0-5 4/4 Southern Miss* L, 4-5 4/4 Southern Miss* W, 2-1 4/5 Southern Miss* W, 5-4 4/8 at Stetson W, 4-3 4/10 Marshall* W, 7-3 4/10 Marshall* W, 3-0 4/11 Marshall* L, 6-9 4/15 at Florida L, 0-3 4/19 at Houston* L, 4-6 4/19 at Houston* W, 3-1 4/22 at Bethune-Cookman W, 3-0 4/24 at Memphis* L, 0-2 4/24 at Memphis* W, 3-2 4/25 at Memphis* W, 4-3 5/2 UTEP* W, 4-3 5/2 UTEP* W, 5-2 5/3 UTEP* L, 2-3 5/7 Marshall& L, 1-2 * Conference USA game ^ Kajikawa Classic

* Conference USA game ^ UCF Tournament $ Hawaii Paradise Classic ~ UCF Tournament II

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Year-By-Year Results 2010 (36-23, 16-7 C-USA)

Head Coach: Renee Luers-Gillispie • NCAA Regional Tournament 2/13 Tennessee^ W, 6-3 2/13 Georgia^ L, 0-12 2/14 Chattanooga^ L, 2-4 2/17 Stetson L, 1-7 2/19 South Carolina! W, 4-1 2/19 North Florida! W, 6-3 2/20 Villanova! W, 5-2 2/20 Troy! L, 0-1 2/21 Florida A&M! L, 2-3 2/24 at North Florida W, 5-3 2/26 Georgia Tech$ L, 0-1 2/26 Arkansas$ L, 0-6 2/27 Maryland$ L, 2-3 2/27 Nebraska$ W, 5-4 2/28 Alabama$ W, 3-2 3/5 Harvard# W, 9-0 3/5 College of Charleston# W, 4-1 3/6 Providence# W, 6-1 3/6 Boston College# W, 2-1 3/7 Georgia Southern# W, 4-3 3/9 Maine L, 4-6 3/10 Connecticut W, 5-1 3/13 Memphis* L, 0-1 3/13 Memphis* W, 2-1 3/17 Drake L, 0-5 3/20 Houston* W, 5-1 3/20 Houston* W, 2-1 3/21 Houston* W, 1-0 3/24 Ohio State W, 3-0 3/24 Cornell L, 3-4 3/25 Cornell W, 7-2 3/27 at Southern Miss* W, 7-4 3/27 at Southern Miss* W, 3-2 3/28 at Southern Miss* W, 8-0 3/31 Florida L, 3-4 4/2 East Carolina* L, 0-2 4/2 East Carolina* L, 0-2 4/3 East Carolina* L, 0-6 4/7 Florida State L, 1-6 4/10 at Marshall* W, 9-1 4/10 at Marshall* W, 8-4 4/11 at Marshall* W, 1-0 4/17 at UAB* L, 1-2 4/17 at UAB* L, 2-5 4/18 at UAB* W, 4-3 4/21 Bethune-Cookman W, 7-4 4/24 Tulsa* L, 1-0 4/24 Tulsa* W, 4-3 4/25 Tulsa* W, 2-1 5/4 Jacksonville W, 3-0 5/8 at UTEP* W, 4-3 5/8 at UTEP* W, 12-10 5/9 at UTEP* W, 7-5 5/13 vs. UTEP& W, 4-2 5/14 vs. Memphis& W, 3-1 5/15 vs. East Carolina& L, 1-3 5/21 vs. FIU+ W, 7-1 5/22 at No. 4 Florida+ L, 0-6 5/22 vs. FIU+ L, 0-7 * Conference USA game ^ NTC Elite Invitational ! UCF Invitational $ NFCA Leadoff Classic # UCF Tournament & Conference USA Championship + NCAA Regional Tournament

2011 (22-32, 11-13 C-USA) 2012 (39-19, 15-10 C-USA)

Head Coach: Renee Luers-Gillispie 2/11 vs. Utah State ^ W, 9-6 2/12 vs. San Diego State ^ L, 1-5 2/12 UCLA ^ L, 2-10 2/13 vs. North Dakota State ^ L, 1-2 2/16 North Florida L, 0-2 2/18 Illinois Chicago ! W, 4-3 2/18 Notre Dame ! L, 3-5 2/19 Miami (Ohio) ! L, 5-6 2/19 Delaware ! W, 4-1 2/23 at Florida A&M L, 4-5 2/25 UMKC $ L, 3-12 2/25 Michigan $ L, 1-10 2/26 Maine $ W, 6-3 2/26 Villanova $ L, 1-4 2/27 North Florida $ L, 4-5 3/1 Valparaiso W, 6-1 3/1 Michigan L, 1-10 3/4 South Alabama # L, 3-7 3/4 Virginia Tech # L, 3-7 3/5 Monmouth # W, 11-10 3/5 Florida A&M # W, 5-1 3/8 Ball State L, 5-7 3/8 North Carolina L, 6-7 3/12 UTEP* W, 2-1 3/12 UTEP* L, 2-3 3/13 UTEP* W, 6-0 3/16 Liberty W, 4-3 3/19 at Tulsa* L, 1-5 3/19 at Tulsa* L, 1-6 3/20 at Tulsa* L, 3-7 3/23 Kent State W, 3-2 3/26 UAB* W, 6-0 3/26 UAB* L, 1-5 3/27 UAB* L, 3-5 4/6 Florida State W, 2-1 4/9 at East Carolina* W, 1-0 4/9 at East Carolina* W, 3-2 4/10 at East Carolina* L, 0-1 4/13 at Bethune-Cookman L, 0-5 4/16 Marshall* W, 5-4 4/16 Marshall* W, 6-5 4/17 Marshall* W, 10-6 4/20 at Florida L, 1-8 4/22 at Memphis* L, 0-3 4/22 at Memphis* L, 1-4 4/23 at Memphis* L, 0-8 4/30 Southern Miss* W, 3-2 4/30 Southern Miss* W, 4-3 5/1 Southern Miss* W, 7-2 5/7 at Houston* L, 0-2 5/7 at Houston* L, 0-4 5/8 at Houston* L, 0-7 5/12 vs. UAB & W, 2-1 5/13 vs. Tulsa & L, 1-6 * Conference USA game ^ UCLA Tournament ! UCF Invitational I $ UCF Invitational II # UCF Invitational III & Conference USA Championship

Head Coach: Renee Luers-Gillispie • NCAA Regional Tournament 02/10 vs. Ohio State ! W, 2-1 02/10 vs. Florida A&M ! W, 9-1 02/11 vs. Bethune Cookman! W, 10-4 02/11 vs. Chattanooga ! W, 6-2 02/17 vs. Washington ^ L, 1-0 02/17 vs. UC Davis ^ L, 6-4 02/18 vs. UCLA ^ L, 3-1 02/18 at San Diego State ^ L, 3-2 02/19 vs. Oregon State ^ L, 2-1 02/22 at Florida State L, 6-2 02/24 Seton Hall $ W, 3-1 02/24 Jacksonville $ L, 3-2 02/25 Florida Gulf Coast $ W, 2-1 02/25 Eastern Michigan $ W, 7-2 02/26 Eastern Michigan $ W, 4-3 02/28 Eastern Michigan W, 8-6 03/02 Penn # W, 8-3 03/02 Jacksonville # W, 2-1 03/03 UIC # W, 7-0 03/03 Stetson # W, 3-1 03/07 Georgetown W, 3-2 03/07 Georgetown W, 5-0 03/10 Tulsa * W, 4-0 03/10 Tulsa * L, 3-0 03/11 Tulsa * L, 2-1 03/13 Northern Colorado W, 5-4 03/14 Northern Illinois W, 3-2 03/14 Iona W, 6-1 03/17 at Southern Miss * W, 6-0 at Southern Miss * L, 9-5 03/18 at Southern Miss * W, 3-0 03/21 Kent State W, 2-1 03/24 at Jacksonville Cancelled 03/28 at North Florida W, 3-0 03/31 East Carolina * W, 8-2 East Carolina * W, 2-0 04/01 East Carolina * W, 4-3 04/06 at UTEP * W, 10-2 at UTEP * W, 17-5 04/07 at UTEP * W, 9-0 04/11 Florida W, 2-0 04/14 at UAB * L, 2-0 at UAB * L, 2-0 04/15 at UAB * W, 1-0 04/18 Bethune Cookman W, 5-1 04/20 Memphis * W, 8-7 04/22 Memphis * W, 7-4 Memphis * L, 3-0 04/25 Stetson W, 8-1 04/28 Houston * W, 4-1 Houston * W, 4-0 04/29 Houston * W, 6-3 05/01 at Bethune Cookman W, 4-0 05/05 at Marshall * L, 5-0 at Marshall * L, 4-0 05/06 at Marshall * L, 1-0 05/10 vs. Houston & L, 6-2 05/18 vs. USF + L, 1-0 05/19 at Florida + L, 7-1 * Conference USA game ^ San Diego State Tournament ! NTC Invitational $ UCF Invitational I # UCF Invitational II & Conference USA Championship + NCAA Regional Tournament

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All-Time Roster Alphabetical

Acevedo, Jasmine*.............................................. 2013-pres. Aldridge, Lauren**.............................................. 2012-pres. Alvarez, Cici****........................................................ 2004-07 Audas, Mackenzie**........................................... 2012-pres. Baker, Ashley*................................................................ 2005 Balogh, Nicole**......................................................... 2004-07 Barraco, Hailey**................................................. 2012-pres. Barrow, Hayley**................................................ 2012-pres. Barrow, Hillary****.................................................... 2007-10 Best, Stephanie****.................................................... 2002-05 Brewer, Danielle**.............................................. 2012-pres. Bullard, Morgan****.................................................. 2007-10 Bush, Lindsay*........................................................... 2002-03 Cenal, Kalyn*....................................................... 2013-pres. Charles, Sam*....................................................... 2013-pres. Clark, Kaycee**.......................................................... 2003-04 Cole, Ashleigh****..................................................... 2007-10 Colson, Heather.............................................................. 2006 Cooper, Lauren*............................................................. 2002 Council, Marquita*......................................................... 2008 Cummings, Danielle*.................................................... 2002 Cupp, Dottie**........................................................... 2002-03 Dailey, Laura.................................................................. 2006 Dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Alberto, Karen*........................................................... 2002 Dannelley, Lauren*............................................. 2013-pres. Dean, Lindsay****...................................................... 2006-09 DeMello, Kristina**................................................... 2009-10 Dixon, Tenisha*.............................................................. 2009 Enders, Lindsay**...................................................... 2004-05 Feaster, Kacie****....................................................... 2004-07 Foster, Kirsten*.................................................... 2013-pres. Frick, Shelly****......................................................... 2005-08 Garcia, Mariah*................................................... 2013-pres. Gasser, Brittanne*............................................... 2013-pres. Gilmore, Dana*............................................................... 2004 Green, Nikki****........................................................ 2002-05 Gresham, Lexi***....................................................... 2006-09 Hagin, Jamie*.................................................................. 2004 Hartshorn, Alex**................................................ 2012-pres. Hess, Tepora*.................................................................. 2002 Hipple, Brittany*............................................................ 2008 Holliday, Kazandra*...................................................... 2010 Huhn, Mackenzie*.............................................. 2013-pres. Javier, Breanne****..................................................... 2006-09 Jest, Allie**.................................................................. 2011-12 Kelley, Blaire**.................................................... 2012-pres. Kime, Allison***........................................................ 2006-08 Kleibl, Karen*.................................................................. 2002 Krafft, Crystle**......................................................... 2004-05 Kurjack, Kristi*............................................................... 2002 Lamb, Amber****....................................................... 2004-07 Land, Natalie****....................................................... 2009-12 Lane, Tiffany****........................................................ 2008-11 Lindheim, Bryttani**................................................. 2004-05 Manz, Lindsey*............................................................... 2002 Martin, Lauren............................................................... 2006 McClain, Abby****.................................................... 2008-11 McCloskey, Samantha*...................................... 2013-pres. McIntyre, Kelly**....................................................... 2004-05 Menendez, Marissa***.............................................. 2010-12 Menough, Meghan*....................................................... 2002 Miller, Sarah*.................................................................. 2002 Murgatroyd, Alena........................................................ 2012 Murphy, Megan**..................................................... 2007-08 Newton, Michelle*......................................................... 2006 Neyland, Lindsay*.............................................. 2013-pres. Novak, Kahley**.................................................. 2012-pres. Oakley, Lindy**......................................................... 2002-03 Palafox, Arielle*.............................................................. 2010 Palulis, Lindsey*............................................................. 2010 Paul, Magon****......................................................... 2006-09 Perez, Vanessa****..................................................... 2009-12 Rojas, Diana****......................................................... 2008-11 Sawyer, Taylor**........................................................ 2003-04 Schmidt, Ali*................................................................... 2012 Schmidt, Rachelle***................................................. 2002-04 Schmitt, Ashley*............................................................. 2010 Scott, Brooke................................................................... 2012 Schroeder, Maddy**........................................... 2012-pres.

Shinhoster, Jania****.................................................. 2002-05 Simmons, Pysha**..................................................... 2002-03 Snapp, Cat****......................................................... 2005-08 Soltis, Sam*...................................................................... 2010 Sprague, Kaliela............................................................. 2006 Steckel, Kaitlyn*.................................................. 2013-pres. Sullivan, Farrah**................................................ 2012-pres. Swan, Tawny**......................................................... 2011-12 Todd, Kellie**............................................................. 2011-12 Tomasetti, Jennifer**................................................. 2005-07 Turnier, Shelby*.................................................. 2013-pres. Tyler, Mary Helen**.................................................. 2009-10 Van Ryn, Ashley****................................................. 2005-08 Villoldo, Cristina*........................................................... 2003 Wagner, Taylor*.................................................. 2013-pres. Walters, Brittany ......................................................... 2006 Wansa, Jenna*................................................................. 2003 Whitley, Jennifer**.................................................... 2003-04 Younger, Heather . ........................................................ 2006 *-number of letters earned, Bold- current player

Numerical

0 Samantha Charles................................................2013-pres. 1 Karen Dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Alberto.............................................................. 2002 Amber Lamb...............................................................2004-07 Tiffany Lane................................................................2008-11 Kahley Novak.......................................................2012-pres. 2 Jania Shinhoster..........................................................2002-05 Lexi Gresham..............................................................2006-09 Ashley Schmitt............................................................2010-11 Lauren Aldridge...................................................2012-pres. 3 Stephanie Best.............................................................2002-05 Magon Paul.................................................................2006-09 Sam Soltis......................................................................... 2010 Lacey Dinney................................................................... 2011 Hailey Barraco......................................................2012-pres. 4 Jenna Wansa..................................................................... 2003 Nicole Balogh..............................................................2004-07 Kazandra Holliday.......................................................... 2010 5 Hillary Barrow............................................................2007-10 Tawny Swan.................................................................... 2011 Hayley Barrow......................................................2012-pres. 6 Kristi Kurjack................................................................... 2002 Kacie Feaster...............................................................2004-07 Marissa Menendez.....................................................2010-12 Lindsay Neyland..................................................2013-pres. 7 Meghan Menough........................................................... 2002 Bryttani Lindheim......................................................2004-05 Laura Dailey.................................................................... 2006 Diana Rojas...................................................................... 2008 Mary Helen Tyler.......................................................2009-10 Vanessa Perez.............................................................2011-12 Shelby Turnier......................................................2013-pres. 8 Pysha Simmons..........................................................2002-03 Cici Alvarez.................................................................2004-07 Morgan Bullard..........................................................2008-10 Madeline Schroeder.............................................2012-pres. 9 Lindy Oakley..............................................................2002-03 Ashley Baker.................................................................... 2005 Morgan Bullard............................................................... 2007 Abby McClain.............................................................2008-11 Alena Murgatroyd.......................................................... 2012 Kalyn Cenal...........................................................2013-pres. 10 Kaycee Clark...............................................................2003-04 Allison Kime...............................................................2006-08 Diana Rojas.................................................................2009-11 Blaire Kelley..........................................................2012-pres.

11 Lauren Cooper................................................................. 2002 Cristina Villoldo.............................................................. 2003 Shelly Frick..................................................................2006-08 Natalie Land...............................................................2009-12 Samantha McCloskey...........................................2013-pres 12 Rachelle Schmidt........................................................2002-04 Kaliela Sprague................................................................ 2006 Ali Schmidt...................................................................... 2012 Mackenzie Huhn..................................................2013-pres. 13 Jennifer Whitley............................................................... 2004 Kelly McIntyre................................................................. 2005 Brittany Walters.............................................................. 2006 Marquita Council.......................................................2007-08 Patrice Fee........................................................................ 2011 Lindsay Selmer................................................................ 2012 Taylor Wagner......................................................2013-pres. 14 Lindsey Manz.................................................................. 2002 Ashley Van Ryn..........................................................2005-08 Vanessa Perez.............................................................2009-10 Kellie Todd..................................................................2011-12 Kirsten Foster........................................................2013-pres. 15 Taylor Sawyer.............................................................2003-04 Heather Colson................................................................ 2006 Ashleigh Cole.................................................................. 2007 Tenisha Dixon.................................................................. 2009 Lindsey Palulis...........................................................2010-11 Lauren Dannelley.................................................2013-pres. 16 Arielle Palafox................................................................. 2010 Alex Hartshorn.....................................................2012-pres. 17 Lindsay Bush..............................................................2002-03 Laura Martin.................................................................... 2006 Farrah Sullivan.....................................................2012-pres. 18 Jamie Hagin...................................................................... 2004 Breanne Javier.............................................................2006-09 19 Kara Kleibl....................................................................... 2002 Jennifer Whitley............................................................... 2003 Kelly McIntyre................................................................. 2004 Cat Snapp....................................................................2005-08 Allie Jest.......................................................................2011-12 Brittanne Gasser...................................................2013-pres. 20 Lindsay Enders...........................................................2004-05 Michelle Newton............................................................. 2006 Jasmine Acevedo..................................................2013-pres. 21 Tepora Hess..................................................................... 2002 Dana Gilmore.................................................................. 2004 Shelly Frick....................................................................... 2005 Kristina DeMello........................................................2009-10 Lindsay Selmer...........................................................2010-11 Danielle Brewer....................................................2012-pres. 22 Dottie Cupp................................................................2002-03 Crystle Krafft..............................................................2004-05 Megan Murphy...........................................................2007-08 Haley Douglas................................................................. 2011 Kaitlyn Steckel.....................................................2013-pres. 23 Danielle Cummings........................................................ 2002 Lindsay Dean..............................................................2006-09 Mariah Garcia.......................................................2013-pres. 24 Sarah Miller...................................................................... 2002 Jennifer Tomasetti.............................................................2005-07 Ashleigh Cole....................................................................2008-10 Mackenzie Audas.......................................................2012-pres. 25 Nikki Green.................................................................2002-05 Brittany Hipple................................................................ 2008 Mary Huff......................................................................... 2011 Tawny Swan...............................................................2011-12

Bold- indicates current player

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Honors and Awards National Honors

National NCAA Woman of the Year Nominee

Stephanie Best................................................................. 2005

NFCA National Player of the Week

Stephanie Best...............................................March 19, 2003

NFCA All-Region First Team

Natalie Land................................................................... 2012 Breanne Javier................................................................. 2009 Allison Kime................................................................... 2008 Allison Kime................................................................... 2007 Stephanie Best................................................................. 2003 Jania Shinhoster.............................................................. 2002

Second Team

Mackenzie Audas........................................................... 2012 Ashleigh Cole................................................................. 2010 Stephanie Best................................................................. 2005 Lindsay Enders............................................................... 2005 Stephanie Best................................................................. 2004 Dottie Cupp.................................................................... 2002

CoSIDA Academic All-District III First Team

Natalie Land................................................................... 2012 Natalie Land................................................................... 2011 Abby McClain................................................................. 2011 Abby McClain................................................................. 2010 Kacie Feaster................................................................... 2007 Stephanie Best................................................................. 2004 Stephanie Best................................................................. 2003

Second Team

Natalie Land................................................................... 2010 Abby McClain................................................................. 2009 Cat Snapp........................................................................ 2008 Stephanie Best................................................................. 2005

Conference USA Honors First Team All-Conference

Natalie Land................................................................... 2012 Mackenzie Audas........................................................... 2011 Natalie Land................................................................... 2011 Ashleigh Cole................................................................. 2010 Natalie Land................................................................... 2010 Tiffany Lane.................................................................... 2010 Tiffany Lane.................................................................... 2009 Breanne Javier................................................................. 2008 Allison Kime................................................................... 2008 Kacie Feaster................................................................... 2007 Breanne Javier................................................................. 2007 Allison Kime................................................................... 2007

Second Team All-Conference

Farrah Sullivan............................................................... 2012 Vanessa Perez................................................................. 2012 Tiffany Lane.................................................................... 2011 Hillary Barrow................................................................ 2010 Abby McClain................................................................. 2010 Breanne Javier................................................................. 2009 Abby McClain................................................................. 2009

All-Freshman Team

Mackenzie Audas........................................................... 2012 Farrah Sullivan............................................................... 2012 Kahley Novak................................................................. 2012 Hayley Barrow................................................................ 2012 Marissa Menendez......................................................... 2010 Natalie Land................................................................... 2009 Vanessa Perez................................................................. 2009 Tiffany Lane.................................................................... 2008 Abby McClain................................................................. 2008 Hillary Barrow................................................................ 2007

All-Tournament Team

Hillary Barrow................................................................ 2010

Ashleigh Cole................................................................. 2010 Natalie Land................................................................... 2010 Abby McClain................................................................. 2010 Vanessa Perez................................................................. 2010 Hillary Barrow................................................................ 2008 Marquita Council........................................................... 2008 Breanne Javier................................................................. 2008 Allison Kime................................................................... 2008 Tiffany Lane (MVP)....................................................... 2008 Cici Alvarez..................................................................... 2007 Breanne Javier................................................................. 2007 Allison Kime................................................................... 2007

Pitcher of the Year

Mackenzie Audas........................................................... 2012

Freshman of the Year

Mackenzie Audas........................................................... 2012

Newcomer of the Year

Ali Schmidt..................................................................... 2012

Scholar Athlete of the Year

Natalie Land................................................................... 2012

All-Academic Team

Natalie Land................................................................... 2012 Natalie Land................................................................... 2011 Abby McClain................................................................. 2011 Natalie Land................................................................... 2010 Abby McClain................................................................. 2010 Abby McClain................................................................. 2009 Ashley Van Ryn.............................................................. 2008 Cat Snapp........................................................................ 2008 Kacie Feaster................................................................... 2007

Player of the Week

Mackenzie Audas (Pitcher)........................... April 16, 2012 Mackenzie Audas (Pitcher)............................. April 9, 2012 Mackenzie Audas (Pitcher).........................March 19, 2012 Ali Schmidt (Pitcher)....................................... Feb. 27, 2012 Tawny Swan...................................................... May 2, 2011 Ashleigh Cole (Pitcher)...............................March 29, 2010 Tiffany Lane....................................................... May 4, 2009 Ashleigh Cole (Pitcher).................................March 2, 2009 Allison Kime (Pitcher)...................................... May 5, 2008 Allison Kime (Pitcher)................................... April 21, 2008 Allison Kime (Pitcher).................................March 24, 2008 Tiffany Lane..................................................March 17, 2008 Allison Kime (Pitcher)..................................... Feb. 19, 2007 Allison Kime (Pitcher).................................March 19, 2007 Allison Kime (Pitcher)..................................... April 2, 2007 Hillary Barrow.................................................. April 2, 2007 Breanne Javier................................................. April 30, 2007 Allison Kime (Pitcher)...................................March 6, 2006 Allison Kime (Pitcher)................................... April 17, 2006

C-USA Spirit of Service Award

Vanessa Perez................................................................. 2012 Abby McClain................................................................. 2010 Breanne Javier................................................................. 2009

Atlantic Sun Honors First Team All-Conference

Lindsay Enders............................................................... 2005 Stephanie Best................................................................. 2005 Cici Alvarez..................................................................... 2004 Stephanie Best................................................................. 2004 Jania Shinhoster.............................................................. 2004 Stephanie Best................................................................. 2003 Dottie Cupp.................................................................... 2003 Jania Shinhoster.............................................................. 2003 Dottie Cupp.................................................................... 2002

Second Team All-Conference

All-Freshman Team

Cat Snapp........................................................................ 2005 Cici Alvarez..................................................................... 2004 Amber Lamb................................................................... 2004 Stephanie Best................................................................. 2002 Danielle Cummings....................................................... 2002 Jania Shinhoster.............................................................. 2002

All-Tournament Team

Stephanie Best................................................................. 2005 Lindsay Enders (MVP).................................................. 2005 Bryttani Lindheim.......................................................... 2005 Jania Shinhoster.............................................................. 2005 Jania Shinhoster.............................................................. 2004 Jennifer Whitley.............................................................. 2004 Stephanie Best................................................................. 2003 Lindsay Bush.................................................................. 2003 Kaycee Clark................................................................... 2003 Dottie Cupp.................................................................... 2003 Dottie Cupp.................................................................... 2002

Player of the Year

Stephanie Best................................................................. 2005 Stephanie Best................................................................. 2004 Stephanie Best................................................................. 2003

Freshman of the Year

Amber Lamb................................................................... 2004

All-Academic Team

Cici Alvarez..................................................................... 2005 Nicole Balogh.................................................................. 2005 Stephanie Best................................... 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 Kacie Feaster......................................................... 2004, 2005 Shelly Frick...................................................................... 2005 Nikki Green..................................................................... 2005 Crystle Krafft.................................................................. 2005 Amber Lamb................................................................... 2005 Bryttani Lindheim................................................ 2004, 2005 Jania Shinhoster.......................................... 2002, 2003, 2005 Cat Snapp........................................................................ 2005 Ashley Van Ryn.............................................................. 2005 Nicole Balogh.................................................................. 2004 Lindsay Enders............................................................... 2004 Dana Gilmore................................................................. 2004 Jamie Hagin..................................................................... 2004 Taylor Sawyer....................................................... 2003, 2004 Kaycee Clark................................................................... 2003 Jenna Wansa.................................................................... 2003 Danielle Cummings....................................................... 2002 Karen Dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Alberto............................................................. 2002 Sarah Miller..................................................................... 2002 Pysha Simmons.............................................................. 2002

Player of the Week

Crystal Kraft...................................................... Feb. 21, 2005 Crystal Kraft..................................................March 21, 2005 Lindsay Enders (Pitcher)................................... Feb. 7, 2005 Lindsay Enders (Pitcher)................................. April 8, 2005 Lindsay Enders (Pitcher)............................... April 11, 2005 Stephanie Best................................................... Feb. 28, 2005 Stephanie Best...............................................March 29, 2004 Stephanie Best...............................................March 15, 2004 Lindsay Enders (Pitcher)...............................March 8, 2004 Stephanie Best.................................................March 8, 2004 Dottie Cupp (Pitcher)..................................March 31, 2003 Stephanie Best...............................................March 31, 2003 Stephanie Best...............................................March 24, 2003 Jania Shinhoster................................................ Feb. 10, 2003 Taylor Sawyer (Pitcher)..................................... Feb. 3, 2003 Stephanie Best..................................................... Feb. 3, 2003 Dottie Cupp (Pitcher)....................................... May 6, 2002 Dottie Cupp (Pitcher)..................................March 18, 2002 Jania Shinhoster............................................March 18, 2002 Jania Shinhoster................................................ Feb. 11, 2002

Jania Shinhoster.............................................................. 2005 Lindsay Enders............................................................... 2004 Stephanie Best................................................................. 2002

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Game Records Individual Batting Category At Bats Runs Scored Hits RBI Doubles Triples Home Runs Total Bases Walks Sac Hits Sac Flies Stolen Bases Hit by Pitch Hitting Streak

No. 7 4 4 11 3 2 3 12 4 3 2 4 2 15

Player Breanne Javier/Lindsay Dean (4x) last Cici Alvarez (11x) last Tiffany Lane Stephanie Best Abby McClain (3x) last Tiffany Lane Stephanie Best Stephanie Best (2x) last Stephanie Best (3x) last Natalie Land (5x) last Lindsay Dean (2x) last Natalie Land (5x) last Arielle Palafox Breanne Javier

Individual Fielding Category Chances Putouts Assists

No. 29 22 8

Player Breanne Javier Breanne Javier (6x) last Cici Alvarez

Individual Pitching Category Innings Pitched Earned Runs Strikeouts Hits Doubles Triples Home Runs

No. 15.0 13 18 17 5 2 3

Team Batting Category At Bats Runs Scored Hits RBI Doubles Triples Home Runs Total Bases Walks Sac Hits Sac Flies Stolen Bases Hit by Pitch

Team Fielding Category Putouts Assists Double Plays

Team Pitching

Category Innings Pitched Hits Allowed Runs Allowed Earned Runs Allowed Strikeouts Walks

Player Allison Kime Lindsay Enders Allison Kime Lindsay Enders Kristina DeMello (3x) last Lacey Dinney (6x) last Lacey Dinney

Opponent East Carolina Florida A&M Georgia Tech Army Illinois Chicago Georgia Tech Army Army Mercer North Florida Florida A&M Marshall Memphis Multiple

Opponent East Carolina East Carolina Tulsa

Opponent East Carolina USF Florida State USF Tennessee State East Carolina Florida

Date 3/8/08 2/22/05 5/17/08 3/19/03 2/20/09 5/17/08 3/19/03 3/19/03 4/18/04 2/24/10 2/28/09 4/16/11 3/13/10 4/5/08-5/4/08

Date 3/8/08 3/8/08 3/15/06

Date 3/8/08 5/20/05 3/28/07 5/20/05 2/27/09 4/9/11 4/20/11

No. 54 24 22 22 6 3 4 38 11 6 3 9 3

Opponent East Carolina Morris Brown Morris Brown Morris Brown (3x) last Illinois Chicago (3x) Loyola Chicago (3x) last Mercer Bethune-Cookman Miami (Ohio) (2x) last Marshall (2x) last Jacksonville Morris Brown (5x) last at Tulsa

Date 3/8/08 2/2/03 2/2/03 2/2/03 2/20/09 3/4/09 4/17/05 3/15/07 2/9/07 4/1/07 4/10/07 4/27/02 3/20/11

No. 45 28 3

Opponent East Carolina East Carolina (5x) last UAB

Date 3/8/08 3/8/08 3/26/11

No. 15.0 20 14 14 18 11

Opponent East Carolina USF USF USF Florida State UTEP

Date 3/8/08 5/20/05 5/20/05 5/20/05 3/28/07 5/8/10

No-Hitters

Player Opponent Date Pysha Simmons* Morris Brown 2/2/03 W, 24-0 5.0 IP, 0 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 0 BB, 7 K, 15 BF Taylor Sawyer* Bucknell 3/13/03 W, 11-0 5.0 IP, 0 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 0 BB, 3 K, 15 BF Dottie Cupp Belmont 4/5/03 W, 11-0 5.0 IP, 0 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 2 BB, 6 K, 18 BF Lindsay Enders Campbell 4/8/04 W, 7-0 7.0 IP, 0 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 1 BB, 5 K, 23 BF Allison Kime Bethune-Cookman 2/15/06 W, 3-0 7.0 IP, 0 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 0 BB, 4 K, 23 BF Allison Kime Boston College 3/7/06 W, 4-1 7.0 IP, 0 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 0 BB, 7 K, 26 BF Allison Kime Stetson 4/4/07 W, 1-0 7.0 IP, 0 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 2 BB, 7 K, 24 BF Allison Kime Florida Atlantic 3/25/08 W, 3-0 7.0 IP, 0 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 0 BB, 10 K, 22 BF Mackenzie Audas Bethune-Cookman 5/1/12 W, 4-0 7.0 IP, 0 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 2 BB, 11 K, 24 BF * - Perfect Game

All-Time Team Season Records

Most Games Played 77 (2005) Most Conference Games Played 24 (2006, 2007) Fewest Games Played 54 (2009, 2011) Fewest Conference Games Played 18 (2002) Most Wins 49 (2008) Most Conference Wins 16 (2004, 2008, 2010) Fewest Wins 19 (2006) Fewest Conference Wins 4 (2006) Most Losses 37 (2006) Most Conference Losses 20 (2006) Fewest Losses 19 (2002) Fewest Conference Losses 4 (2004) Best Winning Percentage .710 (2008) Best Conference Winning Pct. .800 (2004) Longest Win Streak 19 (2002) Longest Conference Win Streak 10 (2004)

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Season Records Batting

Batting Average (min. 100 ab) 1. Stephanie Best (2004).............442 2. Stephanie Best (2003).............403 3. Breanne Javier (2008).............385 4. Tiffany Lane (2009)................350 5. Stephanie Best (2005).............348 6. Stephanie Best (2002).............347 7. Natalie Land (2011)...............346 Natalie Land (2012)..............346 9. Jania Shinhoster (2004)..........339 10. Jania Shinhoster (2002)..........338 Slugging Percentage (min. 100 ab) 1. Stephanie Best (2004).............840 2. Stephanie Best (2005).............791 3. Stephanie Best (2003).............752 4. Stephanie Best (2002).............642 5. Jania Shinhoster (2002)..........603 6. Jania Shinhoster (2004)..........586 7. Natalie Land (2012)...............560 8. Abby McClain (2009).............546 9. Tiffany Lane (2009)................544 10. Natalie Land (2011)...............513 On-Base Percentage (min. 100 ab) 1. Stephanie Best (2004).............562 2. Stephanie Best (2005).............496 3. Stephanie Best (2003).............479 4. Natalie Land (2011)...............436 5. Breanne Javier (2008).............434 6. Tiffany Lane (2009)................422 7. Tiffany Lane (2008)................421 8. Natalie Land (2012)...............412 9. Abby McClain (2009).............411 10. Cici Alvarez (2006)................409 Stolen Base Percentage (min. 10 att.) 1. Natalie Land (2009)............1.000 Kacie Feaster (2007)............1.000 3. Cici Alvarez (2006)................957 4. Danielle Cummings (2002)...933 5. Kahley Novak (2013).............923 6. Lindsey Manz (2002).............923 7. Natalie Land (2012)...............915 8. Marquita Council (2008).......909 Rachelle Schmidt (2004)........909 10. Tawny Swan (2011)...............900 Games Played 1. Stephanie Best (2005)...............77 Cat Snapp (2005)......................77 Cici Alvarez (2005)..................77 4. Jania Shinhoster (2005)............76 5. Crystle Krafft (2005)................75 6. Kacie Feaster (2005).................73 7. Bryttani Lindheim (2005)........70 8. Tiffany Lane (2008)..................69 Marquita Council (2008).........69 Hillary Barrow (2008)..............69 Breanne Javier (2008)...............69 Games Started 1. Stephanie Best (2005)...............77 Cat Snapp (2005)......................77 Cici Alvarez (2005)..................77 4. Jania Shinhoster (2005)............75 5. Crystle Krafft (2005)................74

6. 7.

Kacie Feaster (2005).................72 Tiffany Lane (2008)..................69 Marquita Council (2008).........69 Hillary Barrow (2008)..............69 Breanne Javier (2008)...............69 Bryttani Lindheim (2005)........69

At Bats 1. Jania Shinhoster (2005)..........228 2. Crystle Krafft (2005)..............226 3. Breanne Javier (2008).............221 4. Cici Alvarez (2005)................219 Jania Shinhoster (2002)..........219 6. Tiffany Lane (2008)................218 7. Jania Shinhoster (2003)..........215 8. Kacie Feaster (2007)...............212 9. Stephanie Best (2003).............206 Marquita Council (2008).......206 Runs 1. Tiffany Lane (2008)..................60 Stephanie Best (2005)...............60 3. Stephanie Best (2003)...............57 4. Stephanie Best (2004)...............55 5. Natalie Land (2012).................51 6. Rachelle Schmidt (2003)..........46 7. Jania Shinhoster (2003)............45 8. Jania Shinhoster (2002)............44 Stephanie Best (2002)...............44 10. Nikki Green (2003)..................42 Hits 1. Breanne Javier (2008)...............85 2. Stephanie Best (2003)...............83 3. Jania Shinhoster (2002)............74 4. Tiffany Lane (2008)..................72 Stephanie Best (2004)...............72 6. Kacie Feaster (2007).................70 Jania Shinhoster (2005)............70 Stephanie Best (2005)...............70 9. Natalie Land (2012).................66 10. Marquita Council (2008).........65 Doubles 1. Abby McClain (2009)...............16 Hillary Barrow (2009)..............16 Rachelle Schmidt (2002)..........16 4. Crystle Krafft (2004)................15 Dottie Cupp (2003)..................15 6. Rachelle Schmidt (2003)..........14 Jania Shinhoster (2002)............14 Lindsay Bush (2002)................14 9. Farrah Sullivan (2012).............13 Jania Shinhoster (2005)............13 Crystle Krafft (2005)................13 Stephanie Best (2004)...............13 Jania Shinhoster (2003)............13 Triples 1. Tiffany Lane (2009)....................8 2. Tiffany Lane (2008)....................7 3. Tiffany Lane (2008)....................6 4. Natalie Land (2011)...................5 Tawny Swam (2012)..................5 Natalie Land (2012)...................5 5. Jania Shinhoster (2005)..............4 Stephanie Best (2003).................4 Jania Shinhoster (2002)..............4 Stephanie Best (2002).................4

Home Runs 1. Stephanie Best (2005)...............26 2. Stephanie Best (2003)...............18 3. Stephanie Best (2004)...............16 4. Jania Shinhoster (2002)............12 5. Crystle Krafft (2005)................11 Stephanie Best (2002)...............11 7. Jania Shinhoster (2004)............10 Lindsey Manz (2002)...............10 9. Abby McClain (2011).................8 Natalie Land (2012)...................8 RBI 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 10.

Stephanie Best (2003)...............66 Stephanie Best (2005)...............60 Stephanie Best (2004)...............48 Hillary Barrow (2010)..............43 Jania Shinhoster (2002)............43 Crystle Krafft (2005)................42 Jania Shinhoster (2004)............41 Breanne Javier (2008)...............40 Hillary Barrow (2008)..............40 Stephanie Best (2002)...............39 Lindsey Manz (2002)...............39

Total Bases 1. Stephanie Best (2005).............159 2. Stephanie Best (2003).............155 3. Stephanie Best (2004).............137 4. Jania Shinhoster (2002)..........132 5. Crystle Krafft (2005)..............113 6. Stephanie Best (2002).............111 7. Jania Shinhoster (2004)..........109 8. Natalie Land (2012)...............107 9. Kacie Feaster (2007)...............106 Jania Shinhoster (2005)..........106 Walks 1. Stephanie Best (2005)...............59 2. Stephanie Best (2004)...............42 3. Nikki Green (2003)..................34 4. Tiffany Lane (2008)..................32 5. Stephanie Best (2003)...............31 6. Dottie Cupp (2003)..................30 Lindsey Manz (2002)...............30 8. Jania Shinhoster (2003)............29 9. Cici Alvarez (2005)..................28 10. Cici Alvarez (2006)..................27 Hit by Pitch 1. Vanessa Perez (2012)...............11 2. Abby McClain (2009).................8 3. Vanessa Perez (2011).................7 Natalie Land (2009)...................7 5. Abby McClain (2010).................6 Marquita Council (2008)...........6 Maddy Schroeder (2012)..........6 Farrah Sullivan (2012)...............6 Kellie Todd (2011)......................6 10. Six Tied........................................5 Sacrifice Flies 1. Marissa Menendez (2011).........5 Hillary Barrow (2008)................5 Rachelle Schmidt (2003)............5 4. Lindsay Dean (2009)..................4 Amber Lamb (2004)...................4 6. Breanne Javier (2009).................3

Cat Snapp (2008)........................3 Hillary Barrow (2007)................3 Cat Snapp (2007)........................3 Jennifer Whitley (2004).............3 Dottie Cupp (2003)....................3 Stephanie Best (2002).................3 Farrah Sullivan (2012)...............3 Vanessa Perez (2012).................3

Sacrifice Hits 1. Cici Alvarez (2007)..................32 2. Cici Alvarez (2005)..................26 3. Cici Alvarez (2004)..................24 4. Natalie Land (2010).................17 5. Cici Alvarez (2006)..................16 6. Marquita Council (2008).........14 Danielle Cummings (2002).....14 8. Vanessa Perez (2009)...............13 Kacie Feaster (2006).................13 10. Kahley Novak (2012)...............12 Stolen Bases 1. Natalie Land (2012).................43 2. Tiffany Lane (2008)..................28 3. Natalie Land (2011).................25 Cici Alvarez (2005)..................25 Jania Shinhoster (2005)............25 6. Cici Alvarez (2006)..................22 7. Natalie Land (2010).................20 8. Allie Jest (2011).........................19 Kacie Feaster (2007).................19 Jania Shinhoster (2002)............19 Steal Attempts 1. Natalie Land (2012).................47 2. Tiffany Lane (2008)..................32 3. Natalie Land (2011).................31 4. Jania Shinhoster (2005)............30 5. Cici Alvarez (2005)..................29 6. Kahley Novak (2012)...............26 7. Natalie Land (2010).................24 8. Allie Jest (2011).........................23 Cici Alvarez (2007)..................23 Cici Alvarez (2006)..................23

Fielding

Fielding Percentage (min. 25 chances) 1. Mary Helen Tyler (2010)....1.000 Lexi Gresham (2008)...........1.000 Lindsay Selmer (2012)........1.000 Kelly McIntyre (2005..........1.000 5. Lindsay Bush (2003)..............997 6. Alena Murgatroyd (2012).....995 7. Cat Snapp (2008)....................993 8. Nikki Green (2004)................992 Nikki Green (2003)................992 Chances 1. Breanne Javier (2008).............582 2. Breanne Javier (2007).............551 3. Nikki Green (2003)................517 4. Breanne Javier (2006).............478 5. Sarah Miller (2002).................461 6. Breanne Javier (2009).............455 7. Nikki Green (2005)................451 8. Marissa Menendez (2011).....409 9. Cat Snapp (2005)....................388 10. Lindsay Dean (2008)..............373

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Season Records Putouts 1. Breanne Javier (2008).............555 2. Breanne Javier (2007).............518 3. Nikki Green (2003)................478 4. Breanne Javier (2006).............452 5. Sarah Miller (2002).................428 6. Nikki Green (2005)................418 7. Breanne Javier (2009).............417 8. Marissa Menendez (2011).....368 9. Cat Snapp (2005)....................352 10. Lindsay Dean (2008)..............332 Assists 1. Hillary Barrow (2008)............168 Cici Alvarez (2006)................168 3. Cici Alvarez (2007)................155 4. Stephanie Best (2004).............153 5. Stephanie Best (2005).............151 6. Tiffany Lane (2008)................145 7. Crystle Krafft (2005)..............137 8. Amber Lamb (2007)...............135 9. Stephanie Best (2002).............130 10. Hillary Barrow (2010)............128 Hillary Barrow (2007)............128 Most Double Plays Turned 1. Breanne Javier (2009)...............26 2. Breanne Javier (2006)...............18 3. Natalie Land (2009).................14 Marissa Menendez (2010).......14 5. Natalie Land (2010).................13 Stephanie Best (2004)...............13 7. Stephanie Best (2005)...............12 8. Breanne Javier (2008)...............11 Hillary Barrow (2007)..............11 Nikki Green (2005)..................11 Most Caught Stealing By 1. Abby McClain (2010)...............15 Lindsay Bush (2003)................15 3. Cat Snapp (2005)......................14 4. Ashleigh Cole (2010)...............13 Jennifer Whitley (2004)...........13 6. Lindsay Dean (2009)................12 Lindsay Dean (2008)................12 Lindsay Bush (2002)................12 9. Allison Kime (2008).................11 10. Taylor Sawyer (2003).................9 Most Runners Picked Off 1. Lindsay Bush (2003)..................3 Jennifer Whitley (2004).............3 3. Lindsay Dean (2006)..................2 Abby McClain (2009).................2 5. Abby McClain (2011).................1 Abby McClain (2010).................1 Lindsay Dean (2008)..................1 Allison Kime (2006)...................1 Cat Snapp (2005)........................1 Taylor Sawyer (2003).................1 Lindsay Bush (2002)..................1

Pitching

Earned Run Average (Min. 50 IP) 1. Allison Kime (2007)..............0.87 2. Dottie Cupp (2002)...............1.11 3. Allison Kime (2008)..............1.17 4. Mackenzie Audas (2012)......1.28 5. Lindsay Enders (2004)..........1.59

6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Allison Kime (2006)..............1.64 Kelly McIntyre (2004)...........1.65 Ashleigh Cole (2010)............1.66 Ali Schmidt............................1.69 Lindsay Enders.....................1.83

Opponent Batting Average (Min. 50 IP) 1. Allison Kime (2007)...............159 2. Mackenzie Audas (2012).......172 3. Dottie Cupp (2002)................174 4. Allison Kime (2008)...............183 5. Lindsay Enders (2004)...........192 6. Ashleigh Cole (2007).............193 7. Ashleigh Cole (2010).............208 8. Lindsay Enders (2005)...........210 9. Allison Kime (2006)...............211 10. Mackenzie Audas (2013).......216 Strikeouts per Seven Innings (Min. 50 IP) 1. Mackenzie Audas (2012)......8.50 2. Allison Kime (2008)..............8.23 3. Allison Kime (2007)..............6.99 4. Dottie Cupp (2002)...............6.98 5. Allison Kime (2006)..............6.86 6. Mackenzie Audas (2013)......6.59 7. Dottie Cupp (2003)...............6.08 8. Kristin DeMello (2009).........5.75 9. Kristina DeMello (2010).......5.37 10. Lacey Dinney (2011).............5.13 Walks per Seven Innings (Min. 25 IP) 1. Kelly McIntyre (2004)...........0.72 2. Dottie Cupp (2002)...............1.05 3. Kelly McIntyre (2005)...........1.13 4. Ashleigh Cole (2008)............1.23 5. Magon Paul (2009)................1.51 6. Ashleigh Cole (2009)............1.60 7. Allison Kime (2008)..............1.63 8. Dottie Cupp (2003)...............1.79 9. Ashley Baker (2005)..............1.89 10. Tylor Sawyer (2003)..............2.01 Wins 1. Allison Kime (2008).................34 2. Lindsay Enders (2005).............26 Dottie Cupp (2002)..................26 4. Allison Kime (2007).................24 Ashleigh Cole (2010)...............24 6. Mackenzie Audas (2012).........21 7. Lindsay Enders (2004).............20 8. Dottie Cupp (2003)..................18 9. Ashleigh Cole (2009)...............17 10. Taylor Sawyer (2003)...............16 Pysha Simmons (2002)............16 Losses 1. Allison Kime (2006).................18 2. Diana Rojas (2011)...................14 Lindsay Enders (2005).............14 Ashleigh Cole (2010)...............14 5. Allison Kime (2007).................13 Dottie Cupp (2003)..................13 7. Allison Kime (2008).................12 Taylor Sawyer (2003)...............12 Mackenzie Audas (2012).........12 10. Lacey Dinney (2011)..................9 Magon Paul (2009).....................9

Ashleigh Cole (2007).................9 Magon Paul (2006).....................9

Saves 1. Ali Schmidt (2012).....................3 2. Diana Rojas (2011).....................2 Allison Kime (2007)...................2 Lindsay Enders (2005)...............2 Dana Gilmore (2004).................2 Kelly McIntyre (2004)................2 Taylor Sawyer (2004).................2 Dottie Cupp (2003)....................2 Mackenzie Audas (2012)...........2 10. Eight tied at................................1 Appearances 1. Lindsay Enders (2005).............51 2. Allison Kime (2008).................50 3. Allison Kime (2007).................40 4. Ashleigh Cole (2010)...............39 Allison Kime (2006).................39 6. Diana Rojas (2011)...................38 Dottie Cupp (2003)..................38 8. Dottie Cupp (2002)..................37 Mackenzie Audas (2012).........37 10. Ashleigh Cole (2009)...............36 Games Started 1. Allison Kime (2008).................42 2. Lindsay Enders (2005).............41 3. Ashleigh Cole (2010)...............37 4. Allison Kime (2007).................34 5. Mackenzie Audas (2012).........33 6. Dottie Cupp (2003)..................32 7. Allison Kime (2006).................31 8. Lindsay Enders (2004).............27 Taylor Sawyer (2003)...............27 Dottie Cupp (2002)..................27 Complete Games 1. Allison Kime (2008).................36 Lindsay Enders (2005).............36 3. Ashleigh Cole (2010)...............34 Allison Kime (2007).................34 5. Mackenzie Audas (2012).........29 6. Allison Kime (2006).................26 7. Dottie Cupp (2002)..................25 8. Lindsay Enders (2004).............24 Dottie Cupp (2003)..................24 10. Taylor Sawyer (2003)...............21 Shutouts 1. Allison Kime (2007).................15 2. Allison Kime (2008).................14 3. Dottie Cupp (2002)..................13 4. Mackenzie Audas (2012).........10 5. Lindsay Enders (2005)...............8 6. Lindsay Enders (2004)...............7 Dottie Cupp (2003)....................7 8. Ashleigh Cole (2010).................5 Allison Kime (2006)...................5 10. Taylor Sawyer (2003).................4 Innings Pitched 1. Allison Kime (2008)............305.1 2. Lindsay Enders (2005)........294.2 3. Allison Kime (2007)............266.1 4. Ashleigh Cole (2010)..........261.0 5. Mackenzie Audas (2012)....229.2 6. Allison Kime (2006)............226.2

7. Dottie Cupp (2003).............218.2 8. Dottie Cupp (2002).............213.2 9. Lindsay Enders (2004)........189.1 10. Ashleigh Cole (2009)..........188.0 Strikeouts 1. Allison Kime (2008)...............359 2. Mackenzie Audas (2012).......279 3. Allison Kime (2007)...............266 4. Allison Kime (2006)...............222 5. Dottie Cupp (2002)................213 6. Lindsay Enders (2005)...........193 7. Dottie Cupp (2003)................190 8. Ashleigh Cole (2010).............170 9. Lindsay Enders (2004)...........127 10. Ashleigh Cole (2009).............106 Walks 1. Lindsay Enders (2005)...........104 2. Allison Kime (2006).................90 3. Mackenzie Audas (2012).........83 4. Ashleigh Cole (2010)...............80 5. Allison Kime (2007).................79. 6. Allison Kime (2008).................71 7. Lindsay Enders (2004).............59 8. Lacey Dinney (2011)................57 9. Dottie Cupp (2003)..................56 10. Diana Rojas (2011)...................54 Hits Allowed 1. Lindsay Enders (2005)...........229 2. Ashleigh Cole (2010).............199 Allison Kime (2008)...............199 4. Dottie Cupp (2003)................181 5. Allison Kime (2006)...............177 6. Ashleigh Cole (2009).............173 7. Diana Rojas (2011).................168 Pysha Simmons (2002)..........168 9. Taylor Sawyer (2003).............160 10. Allison Kime (2007)...............146 Runs Allowed 1. Lindsay Enders (2005)...........110 2. Diana Rojas (2011).................102 3. Allison Kime (2006).................86 4. Dottie Cupp (2003)..................85 5. Ashleigh Cole (2010)...............84 6. Pysha Simmons (2002)............83 7. Ashleigh Cole (2009)...............80 8. Lacey Dinney (2011)................76 9. Taylor Sawyer (2003)...............75 10. Allison Kime (2008).................74 Earned Runs Allowed 1. Lindsay Enders (2005).............77 2. Diana Rojas (2011)...................70 3. Ashleigh Cole (2009)...............65 4. Ashleigh Cole (2010)...............62 5. Pysha Simmons (2002)............61 6. Lacey Dinney (2011)................60 7. Dottie Cupp (2003)..................58 8. Allison Kime (2006).................53 9. Taylor Sawyer (2003)...............52 10. Allison Kime (2008).................51

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Career Records Batting

Batting Average (Min. 100 ABs) 1. Stephanie Best (2002-05).......384 2. Tiffany Lane (2008-11)..........322 3. Breanne Javier (2006-09).......322 4. Natalie Land (2009-12)..........316 Marquita Council (2008).......316 Jania Shinhoster (2002-05)....316 7. Allie Jest (2011-12).................299 8. Farrah Sullivan (2012-13).....295 9. Rachelle Schmidt (2002-04)..293 10. Kahley Novak (2012-13).......288 Slugging Percentage (Min. 100 ABs) 1. Stephanie Best (2002-05).......756 2. Jania Shinhoster (2002-05)....522 3. Lindsey Manz (2002).............503 4. Dottie Cupp (2002-03)...........477 5. Farrah Sullivan (2012-13).....464 6. Crystle Krafft (2004-05).........451 7. Tiffany Lane (2008-11)..........448 8. Natalie Land (2009-12)..........445 9. Rachelle Schmidt (2002-04)..429 10. Abby McClain (2008-11).......420 On-Base Precentage (Min. 100 ABs) 1. Stephanie Best (2002-05).......487 2. Tiffany Lane (2008-11)..........403 3. Marquita Council (2008).......400 4. Natalie Land (2009-12)..........397 5. Jania Shinhoster (2002-05)....390 6. Lindsey Manz (2002).............383 7. Dottie Cupp (2002-03)...........372 8. Farrah Sullivan (2012-13)......369 9. Cici Alvarez (2004-07)...........366 10. Breanne Javier (2006-09).......363 Stolen Base Percentage (Min. 10 Att.) 1. Lauren Aldridge (2012-)....1.000 2. Crystle Krafft (2004-05).........938 Ashley Van Ryn (2006-08)....938 4. Danielle Cummings (2002)...933 5. Vanessa Perez (2009-12).........923 Lindsey Manz (2002).............923 7. Breanne Javier (2006-pres.)...917 8. Marquita Council (2008).......909 9. Tawny Swan (2011)...............900 10. Natalie Land (2009-12)..........879 Most Games Played 1. Stephanie Best (2002-05).......272 2. Jania Shinhoster (2002-05)....271 3. Cici Alvarez (2004-07)...........259 4. Kacie Feaster (2004-07)..........247 5. Hillary Barrow (2007-10)......245 6. Breanne Javier (2006-09).......243 7. Amber Lamb (2004-07).........227 8. Abby McClain (2008-11).......226 9. Natalie Land (2009-12)..........225 10. Vanessa Perez (2009-12)........224 Most Games Started 1. Jania Shinhoster (2002-05)......270 2. Stephanie Best (2002-05).........269 3. Cici Alvarez (2004-07).............254 4. Hillary Barrow (2007-10)........245 5. Breanne Javier (2006-09).........243

6. Kacie Feaster (2004-07)...........235 7. Abby McClain (2008-11).........226 8. Natalie Land (2009-12)...........225 9. Vanessa Perez (2009-12).........223 10. Amber Lamb (2004-07)...........222 At Bats 1. Jania Shinhoster (2002-05)....848 2. Breanne Javier (2006-09).......761 3. Stephanie Best (2002-05).......743 4. Cici Alvarez (2004-07)...........719 5. Amber Lamb (2004-07).........701 6. Hillary Barrow (2007-10)......696 7. Kacie Feaster (2004-07)..........674 8. Tiffany Lane (2008-11)..........670 9. Natalie Land (2009-12)..........651 10. Abby McClain (2008-11).......631

3. 4. 5. 8. 9. 10.

Abby McClain (2008-11).........17 Kacie Feaster (2004-07)............14 Crystle Krafft (2004-05)...........13 Dottie Cupp (2002-03).............13 Natalie Land (2009-12)............13 Hillary Barrow (2007-10)........12 Amber Lamb (2004-07)...........11 Lindsey Manz (2002)...............10

RBI 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Stephanie Best (2002-05).......213 Jania Shinhoster (2002-05)....140 Breanne Javier (2006-09).......122 Hillary Barrow (2007-10)......118 Amber Lamb (2004-07)...........91 Abby McClain (2008-11).........90 Kacie Feaster (2004-07)............89 Rachelle Schmidt (2002-04)....82 Tiffany Lane (2008-11)�����������77 Crystle Krafft (2004-05)...........67 Dottie Cupp (2002-03).............67 Natalie Land (2009-12)............67

Rachelle Schmidt (2002-04)......7

Sacrifice Flies 1. Hillary Barrow (2007-10)..........9 2. Marissa Menendez (2010-12)...8 3. Amber Lamb (2004-07).............7 Stephanie Best (2002-05)...........7 Rachelle Schmidt (2002-04)......7 6. Abby McClain (2008-11)...........6 Breanne Javier (2006-09)...........6 Cat Snapp (2005-08)...................6 9. Jennifer Whitley (2003-04)........5 10. Lindsay Dean (2006-09)............4 Kacie Feaster (2004-07)..............4 Vanessa Perez (2009-12)............4

Sacrifice Hits 1. Cici Alvarez (2004-07).............98 Runs 2. Natalie Land (2009-12)............38 1. Stephanie Best (2002-05).......216 3. Kacie Feaster (2004-07)............36 2. Jania Shinhoster (2002-05)....163 4. Ashleigh Cole (2007-10)..........25 3. Tiffany Lane (2008-11)..........145 Vanessa Perez (2009-12)..........25 4. Natalie Land (2009-12)..........134 5. Abby McClain (2008-11)��������24 5. Cici Alvarez (2004-07)...........132 Total Bases Hillary Barrow (2007-10)........24 6. Abby McClain (2008-11).......102 1. Stephanie Best (2002-05).......562 Nikki Green (2002-05).............24 7. Hillary Barrow (2007-10)........99 2. Jania Shinhoster (2002-05)....443. 9. Breanne Javier (2006-09).........22 8. Kacie Feaster (2004-07)............98 3. Breanne Javier (2006-09).......305 10. Cat Snapp (2005-08).................21 9. Rachelle Schmidt (2002-04)....94 4. Tiffany Lane (2008-11)..........300 10. Amber Lamb (2004-07)...........90 5. Natalie Land (2009-12)..........290 Stolen Bases 6. Amber Lamb (2004-07).........275 1. Natalie Land (2009-12)..........102 7. Kacie Feaster (2004-07)..........274 2. Cici Alvarez (2004-07).............79 Hits 1. Stephanie Best (2002-04).......285 8. Abby McClain (2008-11).......265 3. Jania Shinhoster (2002-05)......74 2. Jania Shinhoster (2002-04)....268 9. Hillary Barrow (2007-10)......263 4. Tiffany Lane (2008-11)............58 3. Breanne Javier (2006-09).......245 10. Rachelle Schmidt (2002-04)..218 5. Stephanie Best (2002-05).........47 4. Tiffany Lane (2008-11)..........216 6. Kacie Feaster (2004-07)............36 5. Cici Alvarez (2004-07)...........207 Walks 7. Kahley Novak (2012-pres.)....30 6. Natalie Land (2009-12)..........206 1. Stephanie Best (2002-05).......147 8. Vanessa Perez (2009-12)..........24 7. Amber Lamb (2004-07).........200 2. Jania Shinhoster (2002-05)......94 9. Allie Jest (2011-12)...................21 8. Kacie Feaster (2004-07)..........190 3. Cici Alvarez (2004-07).............88 10. Rachelle Schmidt (2002-04)....18 9. Hillary Barrow (2007-10)......181 4. Tiffany Lane (2008-11)............84 10. Abby McClain (2008-11).......170 5. Abby McClain (2008-11).........77 Steal Attempts 6. Hillary Barrow (2007-10)........74 1. Natalie Land (2009-12)..........116 7. Natalie Land (2009-12)............72 2. Cici Alvarez (2004-07).............95 Doubles 1. Jania Shinhoster (2002-05)......50 8. Amber Lamb (2004-07)...........59 3. Jania Shinhoster (2002-05)......88 Vanessa Perez (2009-12)..........59 4. Tiffany Lane (2008-11)............72 2. Hillary Barrow (2007-10)........42 3. Amber Lamb (2004-07)...........40 10. Nikki Green (2002-05).............58 5. Stephanie Best (2002-05).........58 4. Stephanie Best (2002-05).........38 6. Kacie Feaster (2004-07)............43 5. Rachelle Schmidt (2002-04)....37 Intentional Walks 7. Kahley Novak (2012-pres.)....40 6. Abby McClain (2008-11).........32 1. Stephanie Best (2002-05).........28 8. Vanessa Perez (2009-12)..........26 Breanne Javier (2006-09).........36 2. Amber Lamb (2004-07).............4 9. Allie Jest (2011-12)...................25 Breanne Javier (2006-09)...........4 10. Morgan Bullard (2007-10).......22 8. Kacie Feaster (2004-07)............32 Hillary Barrow (2007-10)..........4 9. Crystle Krafft (2004-05)...........28 Rachelle Schmidt (2002-04)....22 Natalie Land (2009-12)..............4 10. Dottie Cupp (2002-03).............25 Natalie Land (2009-12)............25 6. Kacie Feaster (2004-07)..............3 Fielding 7. Tiffany Lane (2008-11)..............2 Fielding Percentage (min. 100 Arielle Palafox (2010)................2 Triples chances) Allison Kime (2006-08). . ............2 1. Tiffany Lane (2008-11)............23 1. Alena Murgatroyd (2012).......995 Jania Shinhoster (2002-05)........2 2. Stephanie Best (2002-05).........13 2. Lindsay Bush (2002-03)..........991 Jania Shinhoster (2002-05)......13 3. Nikki Green (2002-05).............988 4. Natalie Land (2009-12)............10 Hit by Pitch 4. Breanne Javier (2006-09).........987 5. Tawny Swan (2011-12)..............7 1. Vanessa Perez (2009-12)..........26 5. Cat Snapp (2005-08)................986 2. Abby McClain (2008-11).........19 6. Kacie Feaster (2004-07)..............5 6. Sarah Miller (2002)..................985 Marissa Menendez (2010-12)...5 3. Natalie Land (2009-12)............16 Vanessa Perez (2009-12).........985 8. Abby McClain (2008-11)...........4 . 4. Cat Snapp (2005-08).................13 8. Arielle Palafox (2010)..............984 Rachelle Schmidt (2002-04)......4 5. Hillary Barrow (2007-10)........10 Lindsay Dean (2006-pres.).....984 Stephanie Best (2002-05).........10 10. Six Tied at...................................3 10. Kacie Feaster (2004-07)...........978 Nikki Green (2002-05).............10 8. Jania Shinhoster (2002-05)........9 Home Runs Chances 1. Stephanie Best (2002-05).........71 9. Tiffany Lane (2008-11)..............7 1. Breanne Javier (2006-09).......2067 Breanne Javier (2006-09)...........7 2. Jania Shinhoster (2002-05)......33

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Career Records 2. Nikki Green (2002-05)...........1373 3. Stephanie Best (2002-05).......1077 4. Natalie Land (2009-12)...........983 5. Lindsay Dean (2006-09)..........980 6. Hillary Barrow (2007-10)........935 7. Cat Snapp (2005-08)................904 8. Marissa Menendez (2010-12).897 9. Abby McClain (2008-11).........891 10. Tiffany Lane (2008-11)............869 Putouts 1. Breanne Javier (2006-09).......1942 2. Nikki Green (2002-05)...........1238 3. Lindsay Dean (2006-09)..........882 4. Cat Snapp (2005-08)................814 5. Marissa Menendez (2010-12).783 6. Abby McClain (2008-11).........675 7. Lindsay Bush (2002-03)..........585 8. Kacie Feaster (2004-07)...........528 Natalie Land (2009-12)...........528 10. Sarah Miller (2002)..................428 Assists 1. Stephanie Best (2002-05).........558 2. Hillary Barrow (2007-10)........541 3. Tiffany Lane (2008-11)............493 4. Cici Alvarez (2004-07).............470 5. Natalie Land (2009-12)...........405 6. Crystle Krafft (2004-05)..........264 7. Allison Kime (2006-08)...........251 8. Amber Lamb (2004-07)...........248 9. Ashleigh Cole (2007-10).........210 10. Abby McClain (2008-11).........191 Errors 1. Stephanie Best (2002-05)...........97 2. Hillary Barrow (2007-10)..........63 3. Amber Lamb (2004-07).............59 4. Tiffany Lane (2008-11)..............55 5. Natalie Land (2009-12).............50 6. Crystle Krafft (2004-05)............39 7. Cici Alvarez (2004-07)...............31 8. Breanne Javier (2006-09)...........27 9. Abby McClain (2008-11)...........25 10. Jennifer Whitley (2003-04)........22 Marissa Menendez (2010-12)...22 Most Double Plays Turned 1. Breanne Javier (2006-09)...........62 2. Natalie Land (2009-12).............38 3. Tiffany Lane (2008-11)..............32 Hillary Barrow (2007-10)..........32 Stephanie Best (2002-05)...........32 6. Marissa Menendez (2010-12)..... 29 7. Nikki Green (2002-05)...............25 8. Abby McClain (2008-11)...........20 Crystle Krafft (2004-05)............20 10. Cici Alvarez (2004-07)...............15

Pitching

Earned Run Average (Min. 50.0 IP) 1. Allison Kime (2006-08)..........1.20 2. Dottie Cupp (2002-03)...........1.49 3. Mackenzie Audas (2012-13).1.57 4. Ali Schmidt (2012)..................1.69 5. Lindsay Enders (2004-05)......1.74 6. Ashleigh Cole (2007-10)........2.01 7. Taylor Sawyer (2003-04)........2.05 8. Kelly McIntyre (2004-05).......2.09

9. Kristina DeMello (2009-10)...2.59 10. Pysha Simmons (2002-03).....2.79 Lowest Opponent Batting Avg. (Min. 100.0 IP) 1. Mackenzie Audas (2012-13)..181 2. Allison Kime (2006-08)...........183 3. Dottie Cupp (2002-03)............200 4. Lindsay Enders (2004-05).......203 5. Ashleigh Cole (2007-10).........221 6. Ali Schmidt (2012)...................227 7. Taylor Sawyer (2003-04).........236 8. Lacey Dinney (2011)...............241 Kelly McIntyre (2004-05)........241 10. Kristina DeMello (2009-10)....253 Most Strikeouts Per Seven Inn. (Min. 100.0 IP) 1. Mackenzie Audas (2012-13).8.13 2. Allison Kime (2006-08)..........7.43 3. Dottie Cupp (2002-03)...........6.53 4. Kristina DeMello (2009-10)...5.57 5. Lacey Dinney (2011)..............5.13 6. Lindsay Enders (2004-05)......4.63 7. Ashleigh Cole (2007-10)........4.36 8. Ali Schmidt (2012)..................4.29 9. Ashley Baker (2005-06)..........3.85 10. Kelly McIntyre (2004-05).......3.68 Wins 1. Allison Kime (2006-08).............71 2. Ashleigh Cole (2007-10)...........62 3. Lindsay Enders (2004-05).........46 4. Dottie Cupp (2002-03)..............44 5. Taylor Sawyer (2003-04)...........27 6. Mackenzie Audas (2012-12)....25 7. Kelly McIntyre (2004-05)..........20 8. Pysha Simmons (2002-03)........19 9. Kristina DeMello (2009-10)......16 10. Diana Rojas (2008-11)...............13 Ali Schmidt (2012).....................13 Losses 1. Allison Kime (2006-08).............43 2. Ashleigh Cole (2007-10)...........38 3. Lindsay Enders (2004-05).........22 4. Dottie Cupp (2002-03)..............19 5. Diana Rojas (2008-11)...............18 Magon Paul (2006-09)...............18 Taylor Sawyer (2003-04)...........18 8. Mackenzie Audas (2012-13)....16 9. Kristina DeMello (2009-10)......14 Ashley Baker (2005-06).............14 Saves 1. Diana Rojas (2008-11).................3 Mackenzie Audas (2012-13)......3 Ali Schmidt (2012).......................3 4. Ashleigh Cole (2007-10).............2 Allison Kime (2006-08)...............2 Kelly McIntyre (2004-05)............2 Lindsay Enders (2004-05)...........2 Taylor Sawyer (2003-04).............2 Danna Gilmore (2004)................2 Dottie Cupp (2002-03)................2 Appearances 1. Allison Kime (2006-08)...........129 2. Ashleigh Cole (2007-10).........125 3. Lindsay Enders (2004-05).........83

4. 5. 6. 7. 9.

Dottie Cupp (2002-03)..............75 Diana Rojas (2008-11)...............63 Taylor Sawyer (2003-04)...........59 Kristina DeMello (2009-10)......46 Mackenzie Audas (2012-13)....46 Pysha Simmons (2002-03)........44. Kelly McIntyre (2004-05)..........44

Games Started 1. Allison Kime (2006-08)...........107 2. Ashleigh Cole (2007-10)...........93 3. Lindsay Enders (2004-05).........68 4. Dottie Cupp (2002-03)..............59 5. Taylor Sawyer (2003-04)...........43 6. Mackenzie Audas (2012-13)....41 7. Diana Rojas (2008-11)...............34 8. Pysha Simmons (2002-03)........33 9. Kelly McIntyre (2004-05)..........32 10. Kristina DeMello (2009-10)......31 Complete Games 1. Allison Kime (2006-08).............96 2. Ashleigh Cole (2007-10)...........73 3. Lindsay Enders (2004-05).........60 4. Dottie Cupp (2002-03)..............49 5. Mackenzie Audas (2012-13)....36 6. Taylor Sawyer (2003-04)...........28 7. Pysha Simmons (2002-03)........21 8. Kelly McIntyre (2004-05)..........18 9. Diana Rojas (2008-11)...............15 Kristina DeMello (2009-10)......15 Shutouts 1. Allison Kime (2006-08).............34 2. Dottie Cupp (2002-03)..............20 3. Lindsay Enders (2004-05).........15 4. Ashleigh Cole (2007-10)...........12 5. Mackenzie Audas (2012-13)....11 6. Taylor Sawyer (2003-04).............7 7. Kelly McIntyre (2004-05)............5 8. Pysha Simmons (2002-03)..........3 9. Five tied........................................2 Innings Pitched 1. Allison Kime (2006-08)........798.1 2. Ashleigh Cole (2007-10)......702.2 3. Lindsay Enders (2004-05)....484.0 4. Dottie Cupp (2002-03).........432.1 4. Mackenzie Audas (2012-13)..286 5. Taylor Sawyer (2003-04)......284.0 6. Diana Rojas (2008-11)..........223.0 7. Kelly McIntyre (2004-05).....211.1 8. Kristina DeMello (2009-10).211.0 9. Pysha Simmons (2002-03)...208.1 10. Ashley Baker (2005-06)........138.1 Hits Allowed 1. Ashleigh Cole (2007-10).........580 2. Allison Kime (2006-08)...........522 3. Lindsay Enders (2004-05).......360 4. Dottie Cupp (2002-03)............314 5. Taylor Sawyer (2003-04).........254 6. Diana Rojas (2008-11).............235 7. Pysha Simmons (2002-03)......215 8. Kristina DeMello (2009-10)....201 9. Kelly McIntyre (2004-05)........197 10. Mackenzie Audas (2012-13)..181 Runs Allowed 1. Ashleigh Cole (2007-10).........285

2. Allison Kime (2006-08)...........213 3. Lindsay Enders (2004-05).......175 4. Diana Rojas (2008-11).............152 5. Dottie Cupp (2002-03)............128 6. Pysha Simmons (2002-03)......117 7. Taylor Sawyer (2003-04).........114 8. Kristina DeMello (2009-10)....109 9. Magon Paul (2006-09).............103 10. Kelly McIntyre (2004-05)..........91 Earned Runs Allowed 1. Ashleigh Cole (2007-10).........202 2. Allison Kime (2006-08)...........137 3. Lindsay Enders (2004-05).......120 4. Diana Rojas (2008-11).............109 5. Dottie Cupp (2002-03)..............92 6. Magon Paul (2006-09)...............84 7. Taylor Sawyer (2003-04)...........83 Pysha Simmons (2002-03)........83 9. Kristina DeMello (2009-10)......78 10. Ashley Baker (2005-06).............68 Walks 1. Allison Kime (2006-08)...........240 2. Ashleigh Cole (2007-10).........190 3. Lindsay Enders (2004-05).......163 4. Mackenzie Audas (2012-13)..105 5. Diana Rojas (2008-11).............100 6. Dottie Cupp (2002-03)..............88 7. Kristina DeMello (2009-10)......86 8. Taylor Sawyer (2003-04)...........84 9. Pysha Simmons (2002-03)........71 10. Ashley Baker (2005-06).............49 Strikeouts 1. Allison Kime (2006-08)...........847 2. Ashleigh Cole (2007-10).........438 3. Dottie Cupp (2002-03)............403 4. Mackenzie Audas (2012-13)..332 5. Lindsay Enders (2004-05).......320 6. Kristina DeMello (2009-10)....168 7. Taylor Sawyer (2003-04).........145 8. Kelly McIntyre (2004-05)........111 9. Lacey Dinney (2011).................87 10. Ali Schmidt (2012).....................84 Hit Batsmen 1. Ashleigh Cole (2007-10)...........94 2. Allison Kime (2006-08).............45 3. Lindsay Enders (2004-05).........40 4. Kristina DeMello (2009-10)......29 5. Dottie Cupp (2002-03)..............25 6. Mackenzie Audas (2012-13).....24 6. Taylor Sawyer (2003-04)...........22 7. Pysha Simmons (2002-03)........13 8. Kelly McIntyre (2004-05)..........11 Magon Paul (2006-09)...............11 Most Batters Faced 1. Allison Kime (2006-08).........3242 2. Ashleigh Cole (2007-10).......3006 3. Lindsay Enders (2004-05).....2047 4. Dottie Cupp (2002-03)..........1751 5. Taylor Sawyer (2003-04).......1222 6. Mackenzie Audas (2012+)...1173 7. Diana Rojas (2008-11)...........1022 8. Pysha Simmons (2002-03)......949 9. Kristina DeMello (2009-10)....941 10. Kelly McIntyre (2004-05)........883

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THE UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL FLORIDA UCF Stands For Opportunity: The University of Central Florida is one of the most dynamic universities in the country in one of the most popular cities in the world. Offering 214 degree programs, it is an academic and research leader in numerous fields, such as optics, modeling and simulation, engineering and computer science, business administration, education, the sciences including biomedical sciences, hospitality management and digital media. UCFâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 1,415-acre main campus provides modern facilities, most of which have wireless abilities, with 600 acres set aside for lakes, woods and an arboretum. UCF has 12 colleges, including the newly established College of Medicine. More than 56,000 students attend classes on UCFâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s main Orlando campus and its 11 regional campuses. UCF began offering classes in 1968 and recently granted its 198,311 degree. UCF promotes a diverse and inclusive environment. UCF students come from 63 Florida counties, 50 states and 141 countries. Study abroad programs allow UCF students to study and conduct research with 98 institutions in 36 countries. Students at UCF have been recognized throughout the world and include recipients of the Rhodes, Mellon and Goldwater scholarships. In 2009, the UCF College of Medicine officially opened, allowing the university to help increase opportunities for medical education in Florida.

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TOWERS AT KNIGHTS PLAZA

Members of the UCF softball team reside on campus at the Towers at Knights Plaza. The new condos on the north side of campus allow the studentathletes to live across the street from the UCF Softball Complex and Knightroâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s cafeteria. The condos feature single bedrooms with full-size beds, kitchens and living room areas. Each bedroom includes high-speed Internet access, cable television and local phone service. The Towers at Knights Plaza are also located near the UCF Arean, Bright House Networks Stadium, the Wayne Densch Sports Center and Nicholson Fieldhouse. The condos are located above retail shops and restaurants, including Barnes and Noble and Tailgaters restaurant.

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UCF PRESIDENT DR. JOHN C. HITT

PERSONAL PROFILE • married to the former Martha Halsted for 49 years • father of two and grandfather of two GOAL-DRIVEN LEADERSHIP Five Major Goals for UCF • offer the best undergraduate education in Florida • achieve international prominence in key programs of graduate study and research • provide an international focus to the curricula and research programs • become more inclusive and diverse • become America’s leading partnership university CAREER HIGHLIGHTS A Leader in Higher Education • more than 18 years as president of the University of Central Florida - planned and won approval for a new college of medicine - doubled enrollment with enhanced academic quality - increased by sevenfold the number of doctoral degrees awarded each year - expanded research funding from $6.2 million to more than $121 million a year ACADEMIC CREDENTIALS • graduated cum laude in 1962 from Austin College (B.A. psychology) • earned master’s degree in 1964 from Tulane University (M.S. physiological psychology) • earned doctoral degree from Tulane University in 1966 (Ph.D. physiological psychology) • graduate study supported by fellowships from the Danforth Foundation and the National Science Foundation CURRENT CIVIC SERVICE ENGAGEMENTS • member, Metro Orlando Economic Development Commission Fundraising Campaign leadership cabinet • member, M.D. Anderson Cancer Center Orlando’s Council of Governors • member of the board, American Heart Association • member of the board, Central Florida Partnership • member of the board, Metro Orlando Economic Development Commission • member of the board, United Arts of Central Florida • member, American College & University Presidents’ Climate Commitment Leadership Circle • chair, Conference USA Board of Directors SELECTED AWARDS AND RECOGNITIONS • Junior Achievement’s Spirit of Achievement Award, 2008 • listings among the Orlando Sentinel’s 25 Most Powerful People in Central Florida and Orlando Magazine’s 50 Most Powerful People in Central Florida • Seminole Chamber of Commerce’s Lifetime Achievement Award, 2007 • Orlando Business Journal’s inaugural Legacy Award, 2006 • Orlando Sentinel’s Central Floridian of the Year, 2005

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ORLANDO UCF is located in one of the world’s most vibrant cities - Orlando. Looking for theme parks, attractions, museums, world-class shopping, great restaurants, golf courses and nature preserves? You can find it all here in Orlando. One of the area’s top attractions is its weather, with the average annual temperature 72.4 degrees. Orlando is one of the most popular vacation destinations in the world. In 2009, nearly 50 million visitors traveled to the region. Walt Disney World, Universal Studios Orlando and Sea World are just a short drive away from the UCF campus. The Kennedy Space Center, state parks and sandy beaches off the coast of the Atlantic Ocean are also all nearby. Orlando is a frequent destination for today’s top musical acts, who visit popular venues like Hard Rock Live at Universal’s CityWalk and House of Blues, which is located at Downtown Disney. The city’s world-renowned theme parks have added a variety of new entertainment experiences, including Disney’s Cirque de Soleil and Universal’s Blue Man Group performances. Beyond the theme parks, downtown Orlando features an ever-changing skyline, fine dining options and a newly developed arts district. With top-notch events occuring year round, Orlando is a premier destination for sports fans. The region is home to professional franchises, college football bowl games, world-famous auto races and several professional golf tournaments. The Orlando Magic of the National Basketball Association play in downtown Orlando at the new Amway Center. The region’s sports calendar is busy each spring as Disney’s Wide World of Sports Complex hosts the Atlanta Braves for Major League Baseball spring training. The Houston Astros train in nearby Kissimmee and the Washington Nationals prepare for the regular season in Viera. The Florida Citrus Bowl hosts a pair of college bowl games each winter.

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DeMarini’s 2013 lineup is ready to takeover the fastpitch game and rule on another level. With all new and improved technology, the CF5™ family continues to reign supreme over all other bats. Time to demonstrate your authority and take command over those minion riseballs.

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