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Contents 2011 Softball Yearbook

Table of Contents/Quick Facts ..................................... 1 Schedule/Roster .......................................................2-3 UCF So ball Complex ...............................................4-5 2011 Season Outlook ...............................................6-7 Head Coach Renee Luers-Gillispie ............................8-9 Assistant Coach Ruben Felix ...................................... 10 Assistant Coach Gerice Olson .................................... 11 Volunteer Assistant Joel Chimelis .............................. 11 Tiffany Lane ............................................................... 12 Abby McClain ............................................................ 13 Lindsey Palulis ........................................................... 14 Diana Rojas ................................................................ 15 Ashley Schmi ........................................................... 16 Natalie Land............................................................... 17 Vanessa Perez ............................................................ 18 Marissa Menendez .................................................... 19 Lacey Dinney/Haley Douglas ..................................... 20 Patrice Fee/Mary Huff ............................................... 21 Allie Jest/Lindsay Selmer ........................................... 22 Tawny Swan/Kellie Todd ............................................ 23 2010 Season Review .............................................24-25 All-Time vs. Opponents ........................................26-29 All-Time Results ....................................................30-32 All-Time Roster .......................................................... 33 Honors and Awards ................................................... 34 Individual Game Records ........................................... 35 Individual Season Records ....................................36-37 Individual Career Records.....................................38-39

General Informa on School ........................... University of Central Florida City/Zip ................................ Orlando, Florida 32816 Founded ............................................................ 1963 Enrollment ...................................................... 56,235 Nickname ...................................................... Knights School Colors ..................................... Black and Gold Affilia on ...........................................NCAA Division I Conference ...................................... Conference USA Home Field (Capacity) ....UCF So ball Complex (600) President ............................................Dr. John C. Hi Director of Athle cs .......................... Keith R. Tribble NCAA Faculty Rep. ........................Consuelo Stebbins Athle cs Department Phone ...............407-823-4114 Ticket Office Phone..............................407-823-1000 Coaching Staff Head Coach ..............................Renee Luers-Gillispie Alma Mater (Year) ............... West Texas State (1984) Record at UCF (Years) .......................... 341-233-1 (9) Career Record (Years) ........................ 593-437-3 (17) So ball Office Phone ...........................407-823-6891 Best me to Call .....................................Through SID Assistant Coach .....................................Gerice Olson Office Phone ........................................407-823-4773 Assistant Coach .......................................Ruben Felix Office Phone ........................................407-823-4298 History First Year of So ball........................................... 2002 Overall All-Time Record .............................341-233-1 Years in NCAA Regionals/Last .........................3/2010 Last NCAA Regionals Opponent............................FIU NCAA Regionals Record ........................................ 5-6 2010 Informa on Overall Record ................................................. 36-23 Final Ranking ....................................................... N/A Conference Record ............................................. 16-7 Conference Finish ..............................................Third 2011 Informa on Le erwinners Returning/Lost ..............................8/8 Starters Returning/Lost ........................................5/4 Pitchers Returning/Lost ........................................2/3 Newcomers.............................................................. 8 Athle cs Communica ons So ball Contact .............................. Sarah Tarasewicz Office Phone ........................................407-823-6489 Cell Phone ...........................................407-256-8111 E-Mail Address.....................sarah@athle cs.ucf.edu Athle cs Communica ons Fax.............407-823-5293 Press Box Phone ..................................407-823-1874 Website ......................................... UCFAthle cs.com

CREDITS

MEDIA INFORMATION

The 2011 UCF so ball yearbook was wri en, edited and designed by Sarah Tarasewicz. Editorial assistance provided by Doug Richards and Brian Ormiston. Photography courtesy of Todd Drexler/Sideline Sports, Jim Burgess, Romeo Guzman, Brandon Helwig and UCF archives.

The 2011 UCF so ball yearbook is a source of informa on for the media. Addi onal informa on on UCF so ball and other UCF sports is available at UCFAthle cs.com or upon request from the UCF Athle cs Communica ons Office, located in the old Wayne Densch Sports Center. INTERVIEWS Coach Luers-Gillispie and her staff are available for interviews on weekday mornings during the season and a er Knights’ pracces. All player and coaches interview requests must go through Sarah Tarasewicz. Please give at least 24 hours advance no ce 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 a er games. CREDENTIALS Creden als for home games are issued for working media only and should be requested at least 24 hours in advance of the game from Sarah Tarasewicz. They can be picked up prior to game me at the will call window of the UCF Ticket office.

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2011 Schedule

UCLA Tournament • Los Angeles, Calif. Feb. 11 vs. Utah State Los Angeles, Calif. Feb. 12 vs. San Diego State Los Angeles, Calif. Feb. 12 at UCLA Los Angeles, Calif. Feb. 13 vs. North Dakota State Los Angeles, Calif. Feb. 16 UNF ORLANDO, FLA. UCF/Courtyard by Marriott Invitational I • Orlando, Fla. Feb. 18 UIC ORLANDO, FLA. Feb. 18 NOTRE DAME ORLANDO, FLA. Feb. 19 MIAMI (OHIO) ORLANDO, FLA. Feb. 19 DELAWARE ORLANDO, FLA. Feb. 23 at Florida A&M Tallahassee, Fla. UCF/Courtyard by Marriott Invitational II • Orlando, Fla. Feb. 25 UMKC ORLANDO, FLA. Feb. 25 MICHIGAN ORLANDO, FLA. Feb. 26 MAINE ORLANDO, FLA. Feb. 26 VILLANOVA ORLANDO, FLA. Feb. 27 UNF ORLANDO, FLA. March 1 VALPARAISO ORLANDO, FLA. March 1 MICHIGAN ORLANDO, FLA. UCF/Courtyard by Marriott Invitational III • Orlando, Fla. March 4 SOUTH ALABAMA ORLANDO, FLA. March 4 VIRGINIA TECH ORLANDO, FLA. March 5 MONMOUTH ORLANDO, FLA. March 5 FLORIDA A&M ORLANDO, FLA. March 8 BALL STATE ORLANDO, FLA. March 8 NORTH CAROLINA ORLANDO, FLA. March 12 UTEP* (DH) ORLANDO, FLA. March 13 UTEP* ORLANDO, FLA. March 16 LIBERTY ORLANDO, FLA. March 19 at Tulsa* (DH) Tulsa, Okla. March 20 at Tulsa* Tulsa, Okla. March 23 KENT STATE ORLANDO, FLA. March 26 UAB* (DH) ORLANDO, FLA. March 27 UAB* ORLANDO, FLA. March 31 at Bethune-Cookman Daytona Beach, Fla. April 6 FLORIDA STATE ORLANDO, FLA. April 9 at East Carolina* (DH) Greenville, N.C. April 10 at East Carolina* Greenville, N.C. April 16 MARSHALL* (DH) ORLANDO, FLA. April 17 MARSHALL* ORLANDO, FLA. April 20 at Florida Gainesville, Fla. April 22 at Memphis* (DH) Memphis, Tenn. April 23 at Memphis* Memphis, Tenn. April 30 SOUTHERN MISS* (DH) ORLANDO, FLA. May 1 SOUTHERN MISS* ORLANDO, FLA. May 7 at Houston* (DH) Houston, Texas May 8 at Houston* Houston, Texas May 12-14 Conference USA Championship Greenville, N.C. May 19-21 NCAA Regionals TBA May 26-28 NCAA Super Regionals TBA June 1-8 Women’s College World Series Oklahoma City, Okla. * Conference USA game (DH) Doubleheader Home games in BOLD CAPS and played at the UCF So ball Complex All mes Eastern and subject to change

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UCF/CBM Invitational I Schedule Friday, Feb. 18 Delaware vs. Miami (Ohio) Delaware vs. UIC Miami (Ohio) vs. Notre Dame UCF vs. UIC UCF vs. Notre Dame

9:00 a.m. 11:30 a.m. 2:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

UCF vs. Miami (Ohio) Notre Dame vs. Delaware UCF vs. Delaware

9:00 a.m. 11:30 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

Sunday, Feb. 20 #3 seed vs. #4 seed #1 seed vs. #2 seed

9:30 a.m. 11:30 a.m.

1:30 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 10:00 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 19 12:00 p.m. UIC vs. Miami (Ohio) 6:00 p.m. UIC vs. Notre Dame 4:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

• UCF will not par cipate on Sunday

UCF/CBM Invitational II Schedule

Friday, Feb. 25 Villanova vs. Maine Villanova vs. UNF UMKC vs. Maine 4:00 p.m. UNF vs. Michigan 6:30 p.m. UCF vs. UMKC UCF vs. Michigan

4:00 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 12:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 12:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 12:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 12:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 12:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. TBA TBA TBA TBA

9:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m.

Saturday, Feb. 26 UNF vs. Maine UNF vs. UMKC UCF vs. Maine Michigan vs. UMKC UCF vs. Villanova Michigan vs. Villanova

9:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 6:00 a.m. 8:00 p.m.

Sunday, Feb. 27 UMKC vs. Villanova Maine vs. Michigan UCF vs. UNF

9:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m.

UCF/CBM Invitational III Schedule Friday, March 4 Florida A&M vs. Monmouth Florida A&M vs. South Alabama Virginia Tech vs. Monmouth UCF vs. South Alabama UCF vs. Virginia Tech

9:30 a.m. 11:30 a.m. 2:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 6:30 p.m.

Saturday, March 5 South Alabama vs. Virginia Tech South Alabama vs. Monmouth Florida A&M vs. Virginia Tech UCF vs. Monmouth UCF vs. Florida A&M

9:30 a.m. 11:30 a.m. 2:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 6:30 p.m.

Sunday, March 6 #3 seed vs. #4 seed #1 seed vs. #2 seed

9:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m.

• UCF will not par cipate on Sunday Teams in bold will be the designated home team Teams listed first will occupy the third-base dugout


Roster

Le to Right: Ashley Schmi , Tiffany Lane, Patrice Fee, Natalie Land, Kellie Todd, Lacey Dinney, Tawny Swan, Diana Rojas, Lindsey Palulis, Abby McClain, Haley Douglas, Allie Jest, Vanessa Perez, Marissa Menendez Not Pictured: Mary Huff, Lindsay Selmer

2011 Knights No. 1 2 3 5 6 7 9 10 11 13 14 15 19 21 22 25

Name Tiffany Lane Ashley Schmi Lacey Dinney Tawny Swan Marissa Menendez Vanessa Perez Abby McClain Diana Rojas Natalie Land Patrice Fee Kellie Todd Lindsey Palulis Allie Jest Lindsay Selmer Haley Douglas Mary Huff

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

Pos. SS P/OF P OF IF/OF OF C/UT P 2B C/OF C/OF C 3B/OF C/OF P P/UT

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

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

Hometown/Previous School Moreno Valley, Calif./Canyon Springs HS Tampa, Fla./Santa Fe CC Binbrook, Ont./Spartanburg Methodist College Gilbert, Ariz./Sco sdale CC Tampa, Fla./Chamberlain HS San Diego, Calif./Mission Hills HS Waterloo, Iowa/West HS Miami, Fla./Our Lady of Lourdes Academy Mayo, Fla./Lafaye e HS Cocoa, Fla./State College of Florida Ocala, Fla./Chipola College Orlando, Fla./Florida CC at Jacksonville Stone Mountain, Ga./Tallahassee CC Pembroke Pines, Fla./Lees-McRae College Pleasanton, Calif./Amador Valley HS Okeechobee, Fla./Indian River State College

Head Coach: Renee Luers-Gillispie, 10th season at UCF Assistant Coach: Gerice Olson, first season at UCF Assistant Coach: Ruben Felix, first season at UCF Volunteer Assistant: Joel Chimelis, first season at UCF

Pronunciations

Knights by Class

Knights by Position

Renee Luers-Gillispie.......... Loors-Guh-lehs-pea Lacey Dinney ........................................... Din-ee Diana Rojas ........................Dee-anna Row-haus Lindsey Palulis ..................................... Pa-loo-lis

Seniors ..............................................................6 Juniors ..............................................................7 Sophomores .....................................................2 Freshman..........................................................1

Pitchers .............................................................5 Catchers ............................................................6 Infielders...........................................................4 Ou ielders ........................................................7

John Jackson ........................... So ball Manager Allison Kime ....................................... Marke ng Donald Schaefer .......................Sports Medicine

Sarah Tarasewicz .....................Communica ons Keyana Terry ........................... So ball Manager John Whi ord ....................Equipment Manager

Support Staff David Chambers ............. So ball Administrator Ben Flemming.............. Strength & Condi oning Sarah Hill ............................... Academic Advisor

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UCF Softball Complex Since its groundbreaking on March 14, 2006, the UCF So ball Complex is where the Knights call home. The state-of-the-art facility speaks volumes for how far the program has come under the direc on 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 na onal scene. The field is professionally manicured by the UCF Facili es and Opera ons staff and includes a covered ba ng pavilion, roomy dugouts, home and visitor bullpens and an ou ield fence lined with palm trees. UCF student-athletes have access to everything they need to prepare for gameday at the UCF So ball 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 athle c training staff. Along with having comfortable offices for each coach, the UCF So ball 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 mul -level media sea ng. On game days, fans have access to a cket booth, concession stand and gi shop, while also being able to par cipate in mul ple promo ons and events throughout the season.

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2011 Season Outlook

A er making its third trip to the NCAA Tournament in five years last season, the 2011 UCF so ball team has its sights set on more than just a return trip to the regional tournament. In their 10th season as a varsity program, the Knights want to do what no team before them has ever done, and what their predecessors have paved the way for, which is to advance to the NCAA Super Regionals and eventually the Women’s College World Series. Head coach Renee Luers-Gillispie, who started the so ball program at UCF in 2002, welcomes back eight le erwinners from her 2010 NCAA Tournament squad that posted a 36-23 overall record, a 16-7 league record and made its second appearance in the Conference USA Championship tle game last season.

ida, three teams that competed in the Super Regionals and 12 teams that earned a bid into the Regional Tournament. Four of the teams the Knights will face this season rank in the top-25 in the Preseason USA Today/NFCA Poll, while five addi onal squads earned at least one vote in the poll. “We set up a fairly tough schedule early on in the season,” Gillispie said. “Our goal is to always make it back to Regionals, but our main goal this year is to advance further than we ever have before, and that is to the Super Regionals. In order to reach our goals, we had to keep our schedule pre y tough.”

Schedule Gillispie had the team’s ul mate goal for 2011 in mind when she put together the schedule for this season, as she has her squad playing defending Na onal Champion No. 1 UCLA in its opening weekend, as well as one other team that par cipated in the WCWS in Flor-

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Junior college transfers Lacey Dinney (Binbrook, Ont.) and Mary Huff (Okeechobee, Fla.) and the Knights’ lone freshman Haley Douglas (Pleasanton, Calif.) will all be expected to contribute to UCF’s success early on in their first season with the squad. “Lacey just has that a tude and personality on the mound that she wants to get stuff done,” Gillispie said. “She wants to be there when the game is on the line and she wants to be the one to take the team on her shoulders. Mary is also bringing a lot of depth to the team as she is able to pitch as well as play first base. I think that Lacey and Mary are going to bring a lot of strength and depth to our pitching staff.

Coaching Staff Joining the skipper in the dugout in 2011 will be firstyear assistant coaches Ruben Felix and Gerice Olson. Prior to arriving in Orlando, Felix played and coached professional baseball in the MLB, while Olson played so ball at North Dakota State and eventually became the head so ball coach at the University of Mary. “We were very fortunate to get two very qualified assistant coaches, who not only played at the top ers of both baseball and so ball, but have both served as head coaches,” Luers-Gillispie said. “It feels like I have a great group of head coaches that are all on the same page. We are all focused on ge ng to the Women’s College World Series and being able to get this team to where they need to be to make that step. They definitely make my job a lot easier.”

“Diana and Ashley are going to give us some great leadership this year, especially when it comes to the pitching staff,” Gillispie said. “Diana is the one that the players go to for advice and is the glue that keeps this team together. She has worked really hard all summer long to perfect her pitches and we are seeing some great improvements from her, and Ashley will be seeing a lot more playing me than she did last year, just because she has worked so hard to get be er.”

In the Circle And with a tough schedule, the Knights know that their success against some of the na on’s top compe on starts in the pitcher’s circle. With the loss of last season’s ace Ashleigh Cole to gradua on, UCF’s two returners, seniors Diana Rojas (Miami, Fla.) and Ashley Schmi (Tampa, Fla.), are going to be looked upon to not only carry some of the pitching load, but mentor the team’s three newcomers to the pitching staff

“Haley is definitely going to see some me in the circle this year. She just has that mentality that she wants it and that she is going to go a er ba ers,” Gillispie said. “I am so excited about having five quality pitchers this year that are going to be able to feed off of each other. Each of them has their own specialty pitches, so you are not going to see the same thing from any pitcher.” Behind the Plate Three-year starter and two- me All-C-USA Second Team selec on Abby McClain (Waterloo, Iowa) will once again anchor the Black and Gold behind the plate. The senior started all 56 games in 2010 as the Knights’ catcher, catching 15 runners stealing, while also ba ng .265 with 44 hits, 18 RBI, seven double and 24 walks.


2011 Season Outlook “Abby is one of the best leaders that we have in our program,” Gillispie said. “She brings a lot of good direc on and depth to our team to be able to do so much both offensively and defensively. We are looking at her ba ng in the three or four spot again this year. She is just a solid player and we are happy to have her in a leadership role.”

“Tiffany has so much talent and we want to be able to expose that talent this year,” Gillispie said. “She has been working a lot more on her slapping again. She has got such tremendous speed to get on base that is going to help us make things happen. I think she is going to have a ton of RBIs this year and I think she is going to steal a lot of bases.”

Also sharing catching du es with McClain this season will be fellow senior Lindsey Palulis (Orlando, Fla.) and newcomers Kellie Todd (Ocala, Fla.), Patrice Fee (Cocoa, Fla.) and Lindsay Selmer (Pembroke Pines, Fla.).

Ge ng the star ng nod a second base for the thirdstraight season, Land looks to improve on her All-CUSA First Team performance from last season when she tallied team-bests in ba ng average (.304), hits (49), runs (32), sacrifice hits (17) and stolen bases (20). Land will also split me with Lane at shortstop this season.

Todd, a transfer from Chipola College, was twice named to the All-Panhandle Conference First Team, while also being named to the NJCAA All-America Second Team, NFCA All-Region First Team, NJCAA AllRegion VIII First Team, FCCAA All-State First Team and garnered Panhandle Player of the Year accolades before coming to UCF. “Kellie has the mentality you want in a student-athlete. She is so focused, determined and disciplined in what she does on a daily basis,” Gillispie said. “You wish you had 10 of her on your team because she just loves this game and fights to get be er every day. People are going to see a lot of good things coming from her this year.” Palulis, Fee and Selmer will also provide needed depth behind the dish with five pitchers on the staff. “Lindsey, Patrice and Lindsay all bring different strengths to our lineup. Lindsey will give us depth at both catcher and third base. Patrice has a very strong bat, and when she gets a hold of the ball it’s going to go far. Lindsay is such a fun player to work with. She is definitely ge ng our pitchers prepared for the rigors of the season.”

Infield UCF’s middle infield is shaping up to be one of the strongest in C-USA, if not on the na onal scene, this season. With senior Tiffany Lane (Moreno Valley, Calif.) and junior Natalie Land (Mayo, Fla.), who have earned five all-conference accolades between the pair including 2011 Preseason All-C-USA honors, returning at shortstop and second base, respec vely, not may balls will make it through the middle of the infield. Lane enters her final campaign as the league’s all- me leader with 21 triples and carries a .321 career batng average. She will get the start at shortstop for the fourth-consecu ve season, but will also see some me roaming the ou ield thanks to her speed and agility.

“Natalie is so versa le. She is going to see quite a bit of me at shortstop this year as well as at second base,” Gillispie said. “We are probably going to have her bat in the leadoff spot, because she always finds a way to get on. She has amazing speed and can make a lot of things happen. She will force the defense to make a lot of mistakes when she is on base.” While Land is ge ng reps at shortstop, sophomore Marissa Menendez (Tampa, Fla.) will start at second base, and will also get reps at first base and possibly in the ou ield. Menendez earned a spot on the C-USA All-Freshman Team last season a er pos ng a .240 ba ng average with 40 hits and 16 RBI in her rookie campaign. “Marissa has such a solid s ck. If she can stay disciplined at the plate there is no ques on that she could hit almost .400 this year,” Gillispie said. “She just has that ability to make things happen.” Newcomer Allie Jest (Stone Mountain, Ga.) looks to take over at third base with the departure of four-year starter Hillary Barrow. The junior transfer was named to the NFCA All-America Third Team, NFCA All-South Region First Team and the All-Panhandle Conference First Team as a sophomore at Tallahassee Community College last season. “Allie really wants to lock down a star ng spot at third base and she is determined to do whatever she has to do to earn that star ng posi on,” Gillispie said. “She has tremendous speed and she has so many ways that she is able to get on base. She can bunt, slap, powerslap and hit all from the le side, so teams really won’t know how to play her because she has such a great arsenal.” It is at first base where fans will see mul ple starters, as Menendez will make a return to the posi on, but will likely share me with McClain, Todd or Huff throughout the year. Ou ield Another component of the Knights’ strength up the middle of the field is junior Vanessa Perez (San Diego, Calif.), who will return for her third season as UCF’s star ng centerfielder. Perez enters her junior campaign with a .985 career fielding percentage to go along with a .244 ba ng average and 71 hits.

“Vanessa has locked down the star ng centerfield job,” Gillispie said. “I think that it’s going to be really tough to get her out of that posi on because she is always so solid at what she does out there.” Le and right field could possibly see mul ple starters in 2011. Senior Tawny Swan (Gilbert, Ariz.) looks to claim the star ng spot in le field a er si ng out last season, while Schmi , Todd, Fee, Menendez, Lane and Selmer will also get nods in the grass. Swan was named to the 2007 EA Sports High School So ball All-American First Team at Highland High School prior to a ending Sco sdale Community College from 2008-09. “Tawny didn’t get a chance to play last year, so she is really anxious to get into that star ng lineup and be able to prove herself as a senior this year,” Gillispie said. With a great deal of depth both in the field and at the plate, the 2011 so ball team knows it has something special, and will not be happy with just a return trip to the NCAA Tournament. With eight returning le erwinners, including three that felt the exhilara on of winning the C-USA Championship in 2008, four All-CUSA selec ons, seven junior college transfers and one freshman, this season’s squad, along with its head coach, has its sights set on the NCAA Super Regional, a place the team has never been…yet.

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Renee Luers-Gillispie Head Coach - 10th Season with the Knights Renee Luers-Gillispie is in her 10th year at the helm of the UCF so ball program in 2011. Since star ng the program in 2002, Gillispie has led the team to two conference championships and a trio of NCAA Regional Tournament appearances. The Knights and Gillispie have a record of 341-233-1 over the last nine years, while Gillispie owns a Na onal Fastpitch Coaches Associa on (NFCA) record of 593-437-3 and an NCAA record of 546-409-3. 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 selec ons with a spot on the all-freshman team. McClain and Land also represented UCF on the C-USA All-Academic Team and the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District III First and Second Teams, respecvely, during the 2010 season. 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 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 secondconsecu ve 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

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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: 10th season at UCF 19th overall as a head coach Juliet (Ill.) Junior College Posi on: Head Coach Tenure: 1991-92 Bradley University Posi on: Head Coach Tenure: 1993-95 Texas Tech University Posi on: Head Coach Tenure: 1996-99 UCF Posi on: Head Coach Tenure: 2000-present

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 So ball 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 automa c 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 So ball Sta s cal Champion a er leading the na on with 32 sacrifice hits. In 2005, Gillispie led the Knights to their first Atlanc Sun Tournament Championship and the team received the conference’s automa c bid into the NCAA Tournament. In the NCAA Tournament, 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 Interna onal and No. 20 Georgia Tech in addi on 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-consecu ve year a er leading the na on in home runs (26). Best was the first UCF so ball player to be dra ed by the Na onal Pro Fastpitch league when the New England Rip de took her in the fourth round. She ended her career with a .384 ba ng 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


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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 all-conference first team and A-Sun AllTournament 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 AllTournament 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 Do e 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 21-game winning streak, se ng 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 all-conference honors, 10 all-freshman honors, three conference player of the year awards, one co-newcomer 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 na onal 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 addi on to her successful career at Texas Tech, Gillispie rebuilt so ball 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 record-breaking 33-8 season. The 1994 team also finished in second place in the Missouri Valley Conference and was ranked fi h in the na on 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. In addi on to coaching at the collegiate level, Gillispie has served as an interna onal speaker for the Italian So ball and Baseball Federa on Coaches Conven on and also traveled to Athens, Greece as a guest coach for the Greek Na onal Team in 2001. While she directs her own so ball camps and clinics, she has also worked as an instructor with the Griffey Interna onal Gold Medal Camp and Higher Ground Camps and Clinics under Bri sh Na onal coach Bobby Simpson. Gillispie began her playing career as a pitcher at Kirkwood Community College in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, where she pitched in two NJCAA Na onal Championship Tournaments. In 1981, she was ranked ninth naonally as a NJCAA pitcher. Moving on to West Texas A&M, she set nine career pitching records including most wins, most strikeouts and most saves. In 2005, Gillispie was inducted into the West Texas A&M Athle cs Hall of Fame. Gillispie and her husband, Mark, have been married for 28 years and reside in Oviedo.

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 Aus n Peay ................1-0 Ball State....................1-1 Baylor ........................1-1 Belmont .....................8-0 Bethune-Cookman ..15-4 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 Cha anooga ..............0-1 Colgate.......................1-1 College of Charleston ..1-1 Colorado State ...........1-0 Columbia ...................1-1 Connec cut ...............3-0 Cornell .......................1-2 Creighton ...................2-0 Dartmouth .................2-1 DePaul .......................1-1 Detroit .......................1-0 Drake .........................1-1 East Carolina ............2-16 East Tennessee State ..0-1 Eastern Kentucky .......1-0 Eastern Michigan .......3-0 Evansville ...................1-1 Florida .....................2-10 Florida A&M ..............6-3 Florida Atlan c ........6-13 Florida Interna onal ..3-3 Florida State ............4-10 Fresno State...............1-0 Furman ......................4-0 Gardner-Webb ...........7-1 Georgia ......................0-1 George Mason ...........3-0 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 .....................6-9 Illinois State ...............1-0 Illinois Chicago ...........1-0 Indiana.......................2-0 Iona ...........................0-1 Iowa ...........................1-1 Jacksonville ..............11-1 Jacksonville State .......3-2 Kansas........................1-2 Kennesaw State .........0-1 Kent State ..................1-0 Kentucky ....................2-1 La Salle.......................1-0 Liberty .......................2-1 Lipscomb ...................5-2 Long Beach State .......1-2 Long Island ................1-0 Longwood ..................2-0 Loyola (Ill.) .................1-1

Loyola-Marymount ....0-1 Maine ........................4-2 Manha an .................1-0 Marist ........................2-0 Marshall...................13-7 Maryland ...................0-2 McNeese State ..........1-0 Memphis ...................9-6 Mercer .......................7-3 Miami (Ohio) .............1-0 Michigan ....................0-4 Michigan State ........0-0-1 Mississippi .................2-1 Missouri State............1-2 Morris Brown ............4-0 Nebraska....................1-0 New Mexico State......0-2 North Carolina ...........0-1 North Carolina A&T ...0-1 North Carolina State ..0-1 North Dakota State ....1-1 North Florida .............6-2 Northern Illinois ........2-0 Ohio State ..................3-1 Oklahoma State .........2-1 Penn State .................0-2 Pi sburgh ..................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..........0-1 Seton Hall ..................1-0 South Alabama ..........1-0 S. Connec cut State ..1-0 South Carolina ...........1-0 Southern Illinois ........0-3 Southern Miss .........10-6 Stetson ....................12-6 Stony Brook ...............1-0 Syracuse.....................0-1 Temple .......................1-0 Tennessee ..................2-2 Tennessee-Mar n......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 ..........................8-8 UAB............................7-8 UC Santa Barbara.......0-1 UCLA ..........................0-1 UNC-Greensboro .......1-1 UNLV ..........................1-1 USF ............................2-8 UTEP ........................13-4 Valparaiso ..................1-0 Vermont.....................3-0 Villanova ....................3-2 Virginia Tech ..............0-1 Washington ...............1-1 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 .............. 341-233-1

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Ruben Felix Assistant Coach - First Season with the Knights Ruben Felix enters his first season as an assistant coach with the UCF so ball program in

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 condi oning coach and coordinated team travel and opera ons.

2011. Felix has spent the last 10 years coaching or scou ng at every level of baseball. Most recently, he spent the 2010 summer as a scout and ou ield coach for the USA Baseball 14U Na onal Team that won Bronze in Nicaragua, was an associate Major League Baseball scout for the Los Angeles Angels in Texas and also served as the baseball/so ball opera ons director for the Next Level College Promoters in Lubbock, Texas.

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 ou ield/pitching coach for Trinity Chris an High School in Lubbock, Texas.

While with the Barracudas in 1994, Felix was named Texas/Louisiana League Rookie and Reliever of the Year and was also named to the league All-Star Team. Felix played Division I collegiate baseball for the Elkhart Dusters of the Kansas Jayhawk Summer League, Lubbock Chris an 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 selec on in two seasons at Lubbock Chris an. Felix was also an all-conference and all-region pitcher at Dodge City in 1990.

In 2000, Felix was an assistant so ball coach at Texas Tech University under current UCF head so ball coach Renee Luers-Gillispie. While with Texas Tech so ball Felix coached infielders, Felix comes from a baseball and so ball family. catchers, ou ielders and hi ers. His twin brother Larry currently plays men’s AAFrom 2008-09 Felix was an assistant bullpen coach in Major League Baseball for the Bal- Felix was a volunteer assistant baseball coach Major fastpitch so ball with teams from Texas more Orioles and he was also an assistant for Texas Tech University in 1999 and helped and Mexico a er re ring from playing profescoach for Team USA Baseball at the 2009 World the team to a No. 24 na onal ranking, runner- sional baseball for 12 seasons in AAA-A Oakland Baseball Classic where he helped coach MLB up honors at the NCAA Regional Championship A’s, Milwaukee Brewers, Atlan c League and stars Derek Jeter, Jimmy Rollins, Dus n Pedoria, in Lubbock and a first-place finish in the Big 12 Mexican League. His younger brother Eugene Adam Dunn, Chipper Jones, Ryan Braun, JP Conference. While with the Red Raiders, Felix Felix also played professionally for the Lafaye e Bullfrogs of the Texas/Louisiana League. His Howell, Brain McCain, Cur s Granderson, Evan served as the bullpen/ou ield coach. father Lauro Sr. played compe ve men’s fastLongoria and others. Prior to the start of his collegiate coaching ca- pitch so ball for over 30 years with teams from Felix was also a Major League Baseball assistant reer, Felix played professional baseball for five Texas and Mexico. coach for the Cleveland Indians for three sea- seasons in Triple AAA-A in both the U.S. and sons (2004-06) and was the head bullpen coach Mexico. Felix played for the Lubbock Crickets, Felix played men’s fastpitch during high school for the AAA Culiacan Tomateros of the Mexi- Corpus Chris Barracudas, Los Mochis Sugar- and college in El Paso, Texas for the El Paso Toros can Pacific Coast Winter League in 2007. While cane Growers, Navojoa Mayos, Beloit Snappers and Team Casa so ball clubs. coaching for Culiacan, Felix helped former Ma- and Stockton Ports with the Milwaukee Brewers jor Leaguer Jose Silva break the league record Baseball Club as a relief pitcher. Felix was part Felix graduated from Texas Tech University in for saves with 23. Felix has been an assistant of two minor league championship teams; the 2000 with a bachelor’s degree in general studcoach for USA Baseball three mes in his career 1995 Single-A Midwest League Champions Be- ies. Felix has been married for 12 years to his (2010 14U, 2009 WBC, 2007 16U). loit Snappers and the 1994 Double-AA Texas/ wife Michelle and they have a three-year-old Louisiana League Champions Corpus Chris Bar- son Ma hew Ripken Felix. Prior to coaching at the Major League level, Fe- racudas. lix was a collegiate coach for five seasons. He was the head and assistant baseball coach for

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Gerice Olson Assistant Coach - First Season with the Knights Gerice Olson enters her first year as an assistant coach with the UCF so ball program in 2011 a er being hired onto the staff in August.

All-Conference honors and 12 NFCA Academic All-Americans.

Olson comes to UCF a er having spent five years as the head coach at NCAA Division II University of Mary, where she posted an overall record of 133-132 and led the Marauders to two Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference postseason tournaments. During her tenure, Olson registered a winning record in four seasons at the helm of the U-Mary squad.

Olson’s head coaching career began in 2004 when she was named the head so ball coach at Dakota State University. In only one season with the Trojans, Olson posted a 12-26 record in 2005 and led her team to a sixth place finish in the DAC standings.

Under Olson’s guidance, student-athletes at UMary earned two NFCA/Louisville Slugger AllAmerica honors, three NFCA/Louisville Slugger Division II All-North Central Region First Team accolades, three Daktronics So ball All-Central Region selec ons, 10 NSIC All-Conference honors, one NSIC Rookie of the Year, one NAIA AllDakota Athle c Conference first team choice, 11 NSIC Players of the Week, 18 NSIC Academic

While in Bismarck, N.D., Olson also served as the Marauders’ senior women’s administrator and was an instructor.

Prior to her s nt at Dakota State, Olson began her collegiate coaching career as both a graduate assistant and then an assistant coach at South Dakota State University from 2002-04. Olson served as the head girl’s so ball coach at Buffalo High School in Minnesota in 2002, while also having been a student assistant coach at North Dakota State, a two- me assistant with USA Athletes Interna onal and a camp instructor at both Fastpitch So ball Development and

Triple Crown Sports. Olson played so ball at North Dakota State from 1997-2000, where she and the Bison so ball team won the 2000 NCAA Division II Naonal Championship, and Olson earned a spot on the na onal championship all-tournament team. Olson was also named to the NCAA North Central Region All-Tournament Team, was a North Central Conference Player of the Week, a two- me GTE College Division II Academic AllDistrict VII Second Team selec on, a four- me NFCA Scholar-Athlete and earned the NCC Academic All-Conference Award during her collegiate playing career at NDSU. A na ve of Buffalo, Minn., Olson graduated from North Dakota State in 2000 with a bachelor’s of science in physical educa on, before earning her master’s of science in HPER with an emphasis in exercise science from South Dakota State. She is currently pursuing a master’s of arts in coaching and athle c administra on from Concordia University at Irvine (Calif.).

Joel Chimelis Volunteer Coach - First Season with the Knights Joel Chimelis enters his first year as a volunteer assistant coach for the UCF so ball program. He will be working 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 single-A level from April to September. He is currently is in his sixth year as an assistant coach for the Houston Astros organiza on. Chimelis started his professional baseball coaching career in 2004 with the Washington Na onals, where he coached in the Single-A South Atlan c League for two seasons. Born in Brooklyn, N.Y., Chimelis began his playing career at Eastern District High School in New York, before signing with Howard Junior College in 1985. While at Howard, he was dra ed by the Atlanta Braves in the 18th round, but chose to

sign a Na onal Le er of Intent to play at Texas. While with the Longhorns, he posted a .343 ba ng average and was an All-Southwest Conference shortstop. For his play that season, the Oakland A’s dra ed 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 1999-2002 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.

In total, Chimelis played 14 seasons of professional baseball in the US, Puerto Rico Winter A er four years with the Stars, he was traded League, Taiwan, Korea and Mexico. to the San Francisco Giants where he played at AA, AAA and reached the Major League level, Chimelis has been married for 17 years to his briefly. In 1994, while playing shortstop for the wife Carmen, whom he met while playing winShreveport Captains in the AA-Texas League, he ter ball in Puerto Rico. They are proud parents was selected to the All-Star Team where he led of three daughters, Adriana (16), Nichole (14) the league in doubles (43) and hit .295 for the and Gabriela (11) and they reside in Orlando. season. In 1996 he played in the AAA Mexican 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.

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Tiffany Lane #1 • Sr. • L/R • 5-6 • SS • Moreno Valley, Calif./Canyon Springs HS

CAREER HIGHS Cat. # Last Opp. AB 6 ECU R 4 UTEP H 4 Tulsa RBI 3 UTEP 2B 2 ECU 3B 2 Ga. Tech HR 1 UTEP TB 9 Ga. Tech BB 3 UTEP SAC 2 FAU SF 1 Ohio St. SB 4 Villanova

Date 3.08.08 5.08.10 3.07.09 5.09.10 4.02.10 5.17.08 5.09.10 5.17.08 5.08.10 3.25.08 3.24.10 3.01.08

BIOGRAPHY CAREER ACCOLADES • 2010 All-Conference USA First Team • 2010 All-Conference USA Preseason Team • 2009 All-Conference USA First Team • 2009 All-Conference USA Preseason Team • Conference USA Hi er of the Week (May 4, 2009) • 2008 Conference USA All-Freshman Team • 2008 Conference USA Championship Most Valuable Player • Conference USA Hi er of the Week (April 17, 2008) • Holds Conference USA all- me record with 21 career triples 2010 - JUNIOR SEASON • 2010 All-Conference USA First Team • 2010 All-Conference USA Preseason Team • Ranked sixth na onally in triples and 10th in triples/game • Set the C-USA record for career triples (21) • Ranks in the top-15 at UCF in nine career categories and top-10 in 15 • Led UCF in triples (6), total bases (72) and slugging % (.447) • Ba ed .338 with 24 hits, 6 doubles, 1 home run, nine RBI, 33 total bases and nine stolen bases in league play • Led C-USA in triples (6) and was second in assists (116) • Paced the team with 12 mul -hit games • Held a team-best 10-game hit streak • Scored four game-winning runs and posted two game-winning RBI • Averaged 0.87 hits per game • Her four runs scored vs. UTEP was a career-high and was the most in C-USA for the season 2009 - SOPHOMORE SEASON • 2009 All-Conference USA First Team • 2009 All-Conference USA Preseason Team • Conference USA Hi er of the Week (5/4) • Tied for the na onal lead with eight triples • Ranked fourth na onally with 0.16 triples per game • Started 48 of the Knights’ 54 contests • Started 42 games at shortstop, four in le field and two as the DP • Led UCF in ba ng average (.350), on-base percentage (.422), runs scored (34) and triples (8) • Was second on the team in six addi onal offensive categories • Tied for the na onal-lead for triples (8) in 2009 with her threeRBI triple in the series finale vs. Marshall (4/11) • Held a seven-game hi ng streak • Set the UCF all- me record for triples vs. UAB (3/15) • Matched her career-high with four hits at Tulsa (3/7) • Jacked a three-run home run, her first of the season, vs. Centenary (2/24)

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2008 - FRESHMAN SEASON • 2008 Conference USA All-Freshman Team • Conference USA Championship MVP • Conference USA Hi er of the Week (4/17) • One of only four players to start all 64 games • Started 63 games at shortstop • Ranked ninth in NCAA Division I with seven triples • Held an 11-game hi ng streak (3/9-21) • Had 15 mul ple-hit games • Tied for second place in the C-USA Championship all- me record books in both hits (7) and total bases (11) • Had a hit and scored a run in her collegiate debut vs. Illinois State (2/8) • Had seven hits, two RBI, four runs scored and the championshipwinning home run in the C-USA So ball Championship (5/8-10) • Had at least one hit in four of the five games during the NCAA Regional tournament, including a 4-for-4, two-triple, one-double, two-RBI performance vs. Georgia Tech (5/17) • Scored the game-winning run in the eighth inning vs. No. 1 Florida in the NCAA Regional Semifinal (5/18) PRIOR TO UCF • Was a three-sport athlete at Canyon Springs High School where she played so ball, volleyball and basketball • Helped her team advance to a CIF-SS Division II semifinal so ball contest for the first me in school history a er pos ng a 26-6 record and claiming the Inland Valley League tle in 2007 • Following her senior season, was named to the All-Inland Valley first team and the CIF-Southern Sec on second team • The lead-off hi er posted a .521 ba ng average and led her team with a .607 on-base percentage and 23 stolen bases as a senior • On the basketball court, she averaged 23 points per game as a sophomore and was named her team’s MVP • Played travel ball with the Vipers, Trailblazers, Minors Gold, Team Smith, Corona Angels and Monarchs, who all advanced to the ASA Na onals PERSONAL • Born in Bellflower, Calif. • Daughter of Don H. and Maggie R. Lane • Majoring in sports and fitness


Abby McClain #9 • Sr. • R/R • 5-7 • C/UT • Waterloo, Iowa/West HS

CAREER HIGHS Cat. # Last Opp. AB 5 UTEP R 3 Ill. Chicago H 3 Marshall RBI 3 UTEP 2B 3 Ill. Chicago 3B 1 Tenn. St. HR 1 UTEP TB 6 Houston BB 2 UTEP SAC 1 Tulsa SF 1 Tulsa SB 1 USM

Date 5.08.10 2.20.09 4.10.10 5.13.10 2.20.09 2.27.09 5.13.10 4.19.09 5.09.10 4.24.10 4.24.10 3.27.10

BIOGRAPHY CAREER ACCOLADES • 2010 All-Conference USA Second Team • 2010 Academic All-District III First Team • 2010 C-USA All-Academic Team • 2010 C-USA Spirit of Service Award • 2010 C-USA Championship All-Tournament Team • 2009 All-Conference USA Second Team • 2009 ESPN Academic All-District III Second Team • 2008 C-USA All-Freshman Team • 3x C-USA Commissioner’s Academic Medal Recipient • 3x C-USA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll Member

• Led the team in seven offensive categories • Named the Bright House Student-Athlete of the Week on April 6 • Set a program record for three-hit games in a single season with her eighth tri-hit performance of 2009 vs. the Golden Eagles (4/5) • Hit her first home run of the season vs. Bethune-Cookman (2/25) • Set a UCF single-game record with three doubles, while adding three runs scored, vs. Illinois Chicago (2/20) • Posted three hits in three-straight games vs. Jacksonville, Portland State and Illinois Chicago (2/18-20) • Hit her first-career triple and added a RBI in the first game vs. North Florida (2/11)

2010 - JUNIOR SEASON • All-Conference USA Second Team • ESPN Academic All-District III First Team • C-USA All-Academic Team • C-USA Championship All-Tournament Team • C-USA Commissioner’s Academic Medal • C-USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll • C-USA Spirit of Service Award • Started all 56 games for UCF behind the plate • Led UCF in walks (24) and mes hit by pitch (6) • Tied for second on the squad with three home runs • Was third in doubles (7) and fourth in runs (26) and hits (44) • Caught 14 runners stealing and had one pickoff behind the plate • Held a .976 fielding percentage • Scored a team-best seven game-winning runs • Tallied three game-winning RBI • Ranks in UCF’s top-10 in 16 career categories • Hit .273 with 18 hits and eight runs scored in league ac on • Had nine mul -hit games and five mul -RBI games • Held a five-game hi ng streak

2008 - FRESHMAN SEASON • C-USA All-Freshman Team • C-USA Commissioner’s Academic Medal • C-USA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll • Was third on the team with six mul ple-RBI games • Had a hit, two RBI and scored a run in her collegiate debut vs. Illinois State (2/8) • Had a career-high three RBI in the Knights’ win over Kentucky (2/15) • Hit her first-career home run at Bethune-Cookman (4/30) • Went 2-for-3 with a double and a run scored in the C-USA Championship Game vs. No. 9 Houston (5/10)

2009 - SOPHOMORE SEASON • All-Conference USA Second Team • C-USA All-Academic Team • ESPN Academic All-District III Second-Team • C-USA Commissioner’s Academic Medal • C-USA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll • Started 53 of the Knights’ 54 contests in five different posi ons • Set program single-season records in doubles (16), three-hit games (8) and mes hit by pitch (8) • Posted a team-leading eight mul -RBI games

PRIOR TO UCF • Was a four-sport athlete at West High School in Waterloo, Iowa, where she par cipated in so ball, volleyball, basketball and was a member of the swimming team • As a freshman, was named all-metro, all-conference and alldistrict following her lone season on the so ball field • Following her rookie campaign, played for the Minnesota Irish Gold travel team • On the basketball court she was a member of the all-metro honorable men on squads in her freshman and sophomore seasons and was an all-metro first-team pick and all-conference honorable men on selec on as a junior • Member of the SAAC Commi ee, Student Senate and was her class Valedictorian PERSONAL • Born in Santa Rosa, Calif. • Daughter of Kevin and Kathy McClain • Majoring in biology

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Lindsey Palulis #15 • Sr. • R/R • 5-8 • C • Orlando, Fla./Florida State College at Jacksonville onville

CAREER HIGHS Cat. # Last Opp. AB 1 ECU R --H --RBI --2B --3B --HR --TB --BB 1 Cornell SAC 1 Harvard SF --SB ---

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BIOGRAPHY CAREER ACCOLADES • C-USA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll Member 2010 - JUNIOR SEASON • Saw ac on in seven games for the Knights • Served as a catcher, designated player, pinch runner and pinch hi er • Posted a .250 on-base percentage • Ninth on the team in sacrifice hits (1) • Pinch hit for the Knights in game two against East Carolina (4/2) • Drew a walk vs. Cornell, while also catching three innings (3/25) • Pinch hit in game two against East Carolina (4/2) • Pinch ran for the Black and Gold against Boston College (3/6) • Posted a sacrifice bunt in the contest vs. Harvard (3/5) • Made an appearance as a pinch runner at North Florida (2/24) • Pinch hit for the Knights against Villanova (2/21) • Made her UCF debut with a pinch-hit appearance vs. Georgia (2/13)

PRIOR TO UCF • Transferred from Florida State College at Jacksonville • Helped lead her team to the FCCAA State Championship in 2009 and to its first na onal tournament • Hit .216 with 11 hits, two doubles and nine RBI as a sophomore at FSCJ • Le ered in both so ball and weightli ing at University High School in Orlando • Named her team’s Defensive Player of the Year as a senior • Was honored as University’s varsity captain three-straight seasons • Earned her squad’s Rookie of the Year award • Played for head coach Adriana Padron • Was a member of Cougar Council, a four-year member of the honor roll and was a Bright Futures Scholarship qualifier • Played travel ball for the Orlando Wildcats PERSONAL • Born in Orlando, Fla. • Daughter of Victor and Michelle Palulis • Majoring in Psychology

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Diana Rojas #10 • Sr. • R/R • 6-0 • P • Miami, Fla./Our Lady of Lourdes Academy

CAREER HIGHS Cat. # Last Opp. AB 1 UConn R --H 1 UConn RBI 1 UConn TB 1 UConn IP 6.2 Villanova BF 28 Villanova K 4 FAMU BB 6 UTEP

Date 3.10.10 -3.10.10 3.10.10 3.10.10 2.20.10 2.20.10 2.29.08 5.08.10

BIOGRAPHY CAREER ACCOLADES • 3x C-USA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll Member 2010 - JUNIOR SEASON • Member of the C-USA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll • Saw ac on in 12 games for the Knights, making 10 starts • Made six starts in the circle for the Black and Gold • Finished the year with a 2-2 record and a 2.92 ERA • Tallied 13 strikeouts in 36.0 innings of work • Tied for eighth place in C-USA in games finished (8) • Threw the most games in relief (9) for the Knights • Tied for the team lead in saves (1) • Was second on the squad in opposing ba ng average (.243) • Pitched three innings vs. FIU in the NCAA Tournament (5/22) • Earned her first career save a er pitching two scoreless and hitless innings and striking out one vs. Bethune-Cookman (4/21) • Posted a hit and a RBI in a pinch hit appearance vs. Connec cut (3/10) • Did not give up a run and allowed only four hits, while tallying three strikeouts, vs. Villanova (2/20) • Tallied a win in her first start of the season vs. UNF, allowing only three hits in 4.0 innings of work (2/19) • Pitched 2.1 innings of scoreless relief vs. Cha anooga (2/14) • Tallied a strikeout in one inning pitched vs. No. 7 Georgia (2/13) 2009 - SOPHOMORE SEASON • Member of the C-USA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll • Made one start in four appearances in the circle for the Knights • Finished the season with a 0-2 record • Threw 1.1 innings of relief vs. Tennessee State (2/27) • Pitched 1.1 innings vs. North Florida (2/11) • Had one strikeout in 0.2 innings pitched in her first start of the season vs. Western Michigan (2/7) • Posted a season-high two strikeouts in 2.2 innings pitched in the season-opener vs. Texas Tech (2/6)

2008 - FRESHMAN SEASON • Member of the C-USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll member • Made six appearances in the circle for the Knights, making two starts • Tallied a 1-0 record and 3.23 ERA • Totaled nine strikeouts in 17.1 innings pitched • Earned her second star ng nod of the year vs. Southern Miss, throwing 3.1 scoreless innings and striking out one (5/3) • Collected the first hit of her career vs. Bethune-Cookman (4/30) • In her first career pitching start, threw 3.1 innings, allowing just two hits and one earned run, while fanning two vs. Memphis (4/19) • Posted a career-high four strikeouts and picked up her first collegiate win vs. Florida A&M (2/29) • Pitched three innings, allowing two runs on three hits while striking out three against Kentucky (2/15) • Made her collegiate debut in the circle in the Knights’ win over Central Arkansas (2/9) PRIOR TO UCF • Was a three-sport athlete at Our Lady of the Lourdes Academy, where she par cipated in so ball, volleyball and basketball • Was a four- me all-conference first-team selec on and a twome all-state honoree as a junior and senior • Earned the rookie of the year award in 2004 and her team’s pitching award in 2005 • Help guide her travel team, the Miami S ngrays, to a third-place finish at the 2007 ASA Na onals • Member of the Na onal Honor Society and also received her school’s math and wri ng awards PERSONAL • Born in Miami, Fla. • Daughter of Mario and Carolina Rojas • Sister Carolina played so ball at Florida Interna onal • Majoring in journalism

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Ashley Schmitt #2 • Sr. • R/R • 5-3 • P/OF • Tampa, Fla./Santa Fe College

CAREER HIGHS Cat. # Last Opp. AB 5 UNF R 1 FIU H --RBI --TB --BB --SAC --SF --SB 1 USM IP 7.0 Memphis BF 27 Memphis K 2 UConn BB 3 Memphis

Date 2.24.10 5.21.10 ------3.28.10 3.13.10 3.13.10 3.10.10 3.13.10

BIOGRAPHY CAREER ACCOLADES • C-USA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll Member 2010 - JUNIOR SEASON • Saw ac on in 30 games for the Knights • Started three games as a pitcher, two as the designated player and one in right field • Scored six runs as a pinch runner • Led the Knights in win-loss percentage (.667) • In the circle, totaled five strikeouts in 18.2 innings pitched • Tallied a 3.38 ERA with a 2-1 record on the season • Stole a career-best one base at Southern Miss (3/28) • In her second start of the season, earned the win vs. Memphis with a complete-game, one-run, two-hit ou ng in the circle (3/13) • Earned her first-career win in a complete-game ou ng vs. Connec cut, allowing only one run on three hits with a career-high two strikeouts (3/10) • Threw 1.2 innings of scoreless and hitless relief with one strikeout vs. Maine (3/9)

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PRIOR TO UCF • Transferred from Santa Fe CC in Gainesville • Also played one season at Hillsborough CC • Finished her sophomore campaign at Santa Fe with a 19-3 record in the circle • With a 1.19 ERA and 51 strikeouts, the hurler helped the Saints to their fi h-straight conference tle • Earned second team All-Mid-Florida Conference honors as a sophomore • Le ered in both so ball and cheerleading at Riverview HS • Garnered all-conference honors as a senior • Played for head coach Angie Slater • Was a member of the chess club, Li le Angels club and TV produc on • Played travel ball for the Florida Havoc PERSONAL • Born in Houston, Texas • Daughter of Ronald and Lois Schmi • Majoring in psychology


Natalie Land #11 • Jr. • R/R • 5-6 • 2B • Mayo, Fla./Lafayette HS

CAREER HIGHS Cat. # Last Opp. AB 5 Florida R 2 UTEP H 2 Jacksonville RBI 2 USM 2B 2 Maine 3B --HR 1 Loyola (Ill.) TB 5 Loyola (Ill.) BB 3 UTEP SAC 3 UNF SF 1 USM SB 2 ECU

Date 3.31.10 5.08.10 5.04.10 3.27.10 3.09.10 -3.04.09 3.04.09 5.08.10 2.24.10 3.27.10 5.15.10

BIOGRAPHY CAREER ACCOLADES • 2010 All-Conference USA First Team • 2010 ESPN Academic All-District III Second Team • 2010 C-USA All-Academic Team • 2010 C-USA Championship All-Tournament Team • 2009 C-USA All-Freshman Team • 2x C-USA Commissioner’s Academic Medal Recipient • 2x C-USA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll Member 2010 - SOPHOMORE SEASON • Named to the All-Conference USA First Team • ESPN Academic All-District III Second Team • Earned a spot of the C-USA All-Academic Team • Voted onto the C-USA Championship All-Tournament Team • Earned the C-USA Commissioner’s Academic Medal • Named to the C-USA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll • Started all 59 games: 45 at second base, 13 at shortstop and one at third base • Ranked first in C-USA in sac hits (17), T5th in stolen bases (20), T3d in assists (113) and second in double plays turned (13) • Led UCF in ba ng average (.304), runs (32), hits (49), sacrifice hits and stolen bases • Ba ed a team-best .355 with 22 hits, 12 runs scored, three doubles and seven RBI in league contests • Scored four game-winning runs and posted four game-winning RBI • Paced the team with 12 mul -hit games • Also had four mul -RBI games • Posted a nine-game hi ng streak • Ranked in C-USA’s top-10 in five categories 2009 - FRESHMAN SEASON • Named to the Conference USA All-Freshman Team • Earned the C-USA Commissioner’s Academic Medal and was a member of the Honor Roll • One of only four Knights to start all 54 games, including 42 at second base and 12 at shortstop • Led UCF in stolen bases (14) and was second in sacrifice bunts (11) • Went 2-for-3 with a double in the C-USA Championship game vs. Marshall (5/7) • Had two hits and scored a run in the series vs. UTEP (5/2-3) • Scored two runs, including the game-winner, and stole a careerhigh two bases in the series finale at Memphis (4/25) • Scored the game-winning run at Bethune-Cookman (4/22) • Held a career-high 10-game hi ng streak from April 4-19, the longest streak for a Knight in 2009 • Posted a hit in the contest at No. 1 Florida (4/15) • Went 2-for-3 in the series finale vs. Marshall (4/11)

• Had a hit and scored a run at Stetson (4/8) • Posted a double and a RBI in the series finale vs. Southern Miss (4/5) • Went 2-for-3 with a double and one run scored in the seriesopener vs. the Golden Eagles (4/4) • Posted a hit against both FIU and Iowa (3-17, 19) • Had four hits, two runs scored and three walks in the league series vs. UAB (3/14-15) • Put together a 2-for-3 ou ng with a home run, two RBI and a run scored vs. Loyola Chicago (3/4) • Went 2-for-2 with a double and two runs scored vs. Illinois Chicago (2/20) • Stole a career-high two bases in the extra-inning win at Jacksonville (2/18) • Posted a hit and a RBI in back-to-back games vs. Villanova and UT-Arlington (2/13) • Had a hit and a stolen base in game one vs. North Florida (2/11) • Belted her first collegiate home run, while adding two RBI and two runs scored in the win over Oklahoma State (2/7) • Posted her first collegiate hit and two RBI at No. 3 Arizona State (2/6) PRIOR TO UCF • Was a three-sport athlete at Lafaye e High School, le ering in so ball, volleyball and basketball • Played seven years of varsity so ball, six years of varsity basketball and a year of varsity volleyball • Played so ball for head coach Jimmy Blankenship • Four- me Florida Class A All-State first team selec on in both so ball and basketball • Four- me Gainesville Sun So ball and Basketball Player of the Year • As a junior, was named the Class 2A Dairy Farmer Player of the Year for so ball • Was named the Dairy Farmer Player of the Year for basketball in both her sophomore and senior years • Following her senior year, was named the Lafaye e High School Athlete of the Year • Finished her high school career with a .555 ba ng average • Par cipated in the Wendy’s Heisman State Finals • Her travel ball team, the Gold Coast Hurricanes, won the Gold Na onal Championship • Was a Lafaye e honor student and class Valedictorian PERSONAL • Born in Gainesville, Fla. • Daughter of Marc and Sonya Land • Major is undecided • Uncle Kerwin Bell was a quarterback at Florida

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Vanessa Perez #7 • Jr. • R/R • 5-4 • OF • San Diego, Calif./Mission Hills HS

CAREER HIGHS Cat. # Last Opp. AB 5 UNF R 2 UTEP H 3 UTEP RBI 2 B-CU 2B 2 UTEP 3B 1 Tennessee HR 1 UNF TB 5 UTEP BB 2 Tulsa SAC 2 UAB SF --SB 1 FIU

Date 2.24.10 5.08.10 5.08.10 4.21.10 5.08.10 2.13.10 2.24.10 5.08.10 4.25.10 3.14.09 -5.22.10

BIOGRAPHY CAREER ACCOLADES • 2010 Conference USA Championship All-Tournament Team • 2009 Conference USA All-Freshman Team • C-USA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll Member 2010 - SOPHOMORE SEASON • Named to the C-USA Championship All-Tournament Team • Started 57 games in centerfield for the Knights • Led the Knights in stolen base percentage (1.000/4-4) • Was third on the team in triples (1) and mes hit by pitch (3) • Was fourth on the squad in doubles (6) and fi h in runs scored (20) • Tallied a .321 on-base percentage • Hit .288 with 17 hits, 10 runs and four doubles in league ac on • Also added a perfect 1.000 fielding percentage in C-USA games • Posted eight mul -hit games and two mul -RBI games • Held a five-game hi ng streak • Had two game-sealing RBI on the season • Scored the game-winning run in the seventh inning of the C-USA Championship semifinal vs. Memphis (5/14) • Matched her career bests with three hits, two runs and two doubles in the second game of the series at UTEP (5/8) • Scored the game-winning run in the eighth inning at Marshall (4/11) • Went 2-for-3 and scored a run against No. 6 Florida (3/31) • Scored a career-high two runs at Southern Miss (3/27) • Scored two game-winning runs in late innings in the series vs. the Golden Eagles (3/27) • Hit a game-winning, two-run home run at UNF (2/24) • Went 2-for-4 with a triple and a RBI vs. No. 16 Tennessee (2/13) 2009 - FRESHMAN SEASON • Named to the Conference USA All-Freshman Team • Named to the Conference USA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll

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• Was one of only four Knights to start all 54 games, including 51 in centerfield, two in le field and one at second base • Led the team with 13 sacrifice bunts • Was third on the squad with five stolen bases • Was fourth on the team in doubles (5) and fi h in hits (37) • Totaled six mul -hit games, including one three-hit contest • Held a five-game hi ng streak • Had a career-high five at-bats in the opening game at Tulsa (3/7) • Tallied a career-best three hits vs. Eastern Michigan (2/25) • Was 2-for-2 with a home run at No. 3 Arizona State (2/6) • Posted a hit, a RBI and a run in her collegiate debut vs. Texas Tech (2/6) Prior to UCF • Was a four-year le erwinner at Mission Hills High School, where she played for head coaches Alexis Clemments and Kevin Gia • Four- me All-North County selec on • Earned first team All-League honors following her junior and senior years and second team honors as a sophomore • Two- me Offensive Player of the Year • Team MVP in 2008 and Rookie of the Year in 2005 • Two-Time All-CIF first team honoree • Was named to the All-CIF second team as a freshman • Hit .400 or be er in four consecu ve seasons • Her high school team was the Division III CIF Champions in 2005 and the Division II CIF runners-up in 2007 • Played travel ball with the So Cal Athle cs, who were the San Diego Sec on Division IV Champions PERSONAL • Born in Madera, Calif. • Daughter of David and Sophie Perez • Majoring in hospitality management


Marissa Menendez #6 • So. • L/R • 5-5 • IF • Tampa, Fla./Chamberlain HS

CAREER HIGHS Cat. # Last Opp. AB 5 Marshall R 1 B-CU H 2 UTEP RBI 2 Marshall 2B 1 B-CU 3B 1 Florida HR 1 Marshall TB 4 Marshall BB 2 UTEP SAC 1 UAB SF 1 FAMU SB 2 Houston

Date 4.10.10 4.21.10 5.09.10 4.10.10 4.21.10 3.31.10 4.10.10 4.10.10 5.08.10 4.17.10 2.21.10 3.20.10

BIOGRAPHY CAREER ACCOLADES • 2010 Conference USA All-Freshman Team • C-USA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll Member 2010 - FRESHMAN SEASON • Started all 59 games, the only freshman to do so for the Knights • Led Conference USA with 14 double-plays turned • Ranked in C-USA’s top-10 in sac bunts (5th/9) and triples (7th/3) • Totaled three game-winning RBI, including one against both No. 7 Alabama and No. 16 Tennessee • Tallied 18 hits, five runs, five RBI, two doubles and a home run in C-USA games • Ranked second on the squad in sac bunts (8) and third in sac flies (1) • Was fi h on the team in hits (40), stolen bases (6), walks (14) and total bases (53) • Had the sixth best ba ng average (.240) on the squad • Had nine mul -hit games and five mul -RBI games • Held a seven-game hi ng streak • Hit a two-RBI triple against No. 6 Florida (3/31) • Went 2-for-3 in the win over No. 22 Ohio State (3/24) • Stole a career-best two bases in the opener vs. Houston (3/20) • Drove in the game-winning run vs. No. 7 Alabama (2/28) • Had two hits, two RBI, which included the game-winner, and scored a run in her collegiate debut vs. No. 16 Tennessee (2/13)

PRIOR TO UCF • Was a four-year le erwinner in both so ball and volleyball at Chamberlain HS • Earned Prime Time Player of the Year honors as a senior • Was named first team all-state in 2009 • Earned a spot on the All-Western Conference First Team in her final campaign • Garnered second team all-state accolades as a freshman • Also received her squad’s Rookie of the Year award in 2006 • Her travel team, the Gold Coast Hurricanes, took home runnerup honors at the ASA Gold Na onals • Earned her team’s Best Offensive Player award as a sophomore • Also played travel ball for Team Florida • Played so ball for head coach Bobby Diaz PERSONAL • Born in Tampa, Fla. • Daughter of Vince and Anita Menendez • Majoring in Biology

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Lacey Dinney #3 • Jr. • R/R • 5-11 • P • Binbrook, Ont./Spartanburg Methodist College ege BIOGRAPHY PRIOR TO UCF • Transferred from Spartanburg Methodist College • Led the na on in strikeouts as a freshman • Led her squad to the NJCAA Division I World Series • Also helped the Lady Pioneers capture the Region X Championship in 2009 as their star ng pitcher • Posted a 10-6 career record in the circle with 134 strikeouts and allowed 21 earned runs in 91.1 innings pitched • Named to the All-Region X First Team in 2009 • Played prep so ball at Sal leet High School • Earned her team’s MVP award as a senior

• Also le ered in touch football, track, rugby and swimming • Was her class Valedictorian • Was a silver medalist at the Canada Summer Games with Team Ontario • Also won a silver medal at the Canadian Na onals with the Guelph Gators PERSONAL • Born in Hamilton, Ont. • Daughter of Kathy and Richard Dinney • Her brother, Craig, played rugby at the na onal level • Majoring in interdisciplinary studies with an emphasis on communica ons

Haley Douglas #22 • Fr. • R/R • 5-8 • P • Pleasanton, Calif./Amador Valley HS BIOGRAPHY PRIOR TO UCF • Was a three- me All-East Bay Athle c League selec on at Amador Valley High School • Garnered the league’s MVP honors in her final campaign • Led her team to the North Coast Sec on playoffs for the first me in 11 years as a senior • Was recognized with a spot on the all-county first team as a junior and on the second team as a sophomore • Named the Alameda Newspaper Group Girls Prep Athlete of the Week for throwing a three-hit shutout against Concord High School • As a junior, was honored with a spot on the EBAL first team

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• Named the TV30/Tri-Valley Sports Final Big O Tires Athlete of the Week, the Alameda Newspaper Group Girls Prep Athlete of the Week and ESPN CalHiSports.com State Stat Star of the Week a er firing no-hi ers in consecu ve weeks during her junior year • Played club so ball for the San Jose S ng PERSONAL • Born in Pleasanton, Calif. • Daughter of Lisa and Bob Douglas • Major is undecided


Patrice Fee #13 • So. • R/R • 5-4 • C/OF • Cocoa, Fla./State College of Florida BIOGRAPHY PRIOR TO UCF • Transferred from the State College of Florida • Hit .265 with 13 hits, two doubles, two triples, three RBI and six runs scored in her rookie campaign • Also tallied a .327 on-base percentage and stole a pair of bases • Was a four-year le erwinner at Space Coast High School under head coach Tom Nuygen • Member of the senior class of 2009 that posted a four-year record of 91-18, the most successful four-year total in school history • Helped lead her team to three district championships and a trip to the regional finals as a senior

• Twice named to the All-Space Coast First Team • Twice named to the All-Cape Coast Conference First Team • Led the conference in stolen bases in 2008 PERSONAL • Born in Titusville, Fla. • Daughter of Greg Fee and Melanie Reynolds • Majoring in interdiciplinary studies with an emphisis on health

Mary Huff #25 • Jr. • L/R • 5-6 • P/UT • Okeechobee, Fla./Indian River State College llege BIOGRAPHY PRIOR TO UCF • Transferred from Indian River State College • Named to the all-conference first team as a sophomore • Also played one season at St. Petersburg College • Earned spots on the all-conference first team and the all-state second team as a rookie • Was a four-year le erwinner at Okeechobee High School under head coach Kim Hargraves • Earned FHSAA 2nd Team All-State honors as a senior • Also named to the Treasure Lake Conference First Team, Treasure Coast Scripps All-Area Team, Palm Beach Post All-Area Team and the Florida Athle c Coaches Associa on All-Star Team • Voted as the Okeechobee High School Female Athlete of the Year and team MVP in her final campaign • Named the Okeechobee News Athlete of the Month

• Was 16-6 in the circle with a 1.08 ERA and 156 strikeouts as a senior • Garnered Treasure Lake Conference Second Team accolades as a junior a er ba ng .433 with 26 RBI • Recorded an 8-1 record in the circle with a 1.53 ERA in 2007 • Helped lead her team to the 2007 and 2008 District 14-4A Championships • Was a Treasure Lake Conference Honorable Men on selec on as a freshman • Named a Gatorade Will to Win Athlete in 2005 • Was a member of Crime Watch PERSONAL • Born in Avon Park, Fla. • Daughter of Vicki and John W. Huff Sr. • Majoring in interdisciplinary studies

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Allie Jest #19 • Jr. • L/R • 5-5 • 3B/OF • Stone Mountain, Ga./Tallahassee CC BIOGRAPHY PRIOR TO UCF • Transferred from Tallahassee Community College • Named to the Na onal Fastpitch Coaches Associa on (NFCA) All-America Third Team, NFCA All-South Region First Team and the All-Panhandle Conference First Team as a sophomore • Hit .423 with 74 hits, 14 doubles, three home runs, 38 RBI and 40 runs scored at TCC • Also tallied a .451 on-base percentage and 25 stolen bases • Played her rookie season at Kentucky • Was a four-year le erwinner at Chamblee High School • Tabbed the Bulldog’s MVP in each of her four seasons • Honored as a member of the All-Dekalb/Rockdale County First Team and was an all-region first-team selec on in 2005

• Was a two- me Atlanta Journal Cons tu on first team selec on and ba ed a Dekalb County-best .657 as a senior • In the circle, Jest tossed three no-hi ers and posted 169 strikeouts in 2008 • Won the ASA 18Gold Na onal Championship with the Gold Coast Hurricanes club so ball team in 2008 • Also le ered in track and basketball • Was a member of the Na onal Art Society PERSONAL • Born in Stone Mountain, Ga. • Daughter of Anne and Lyndon Jest • Majoring in interdisciplinary studies

Lindsay Selmer ge #21 • Jr. • R/R • 5-9 • C/OF • Pembroke Pines, Fla./Lees-McRae College BIOGRAPHY PRIOR TO UCF • Transferred from Lees-McRae College • Also played one season at Broward College • Was a four-year le erwinner at Everglades High School • Played for head coach Heidi Freitager • Led her team to the 2007 State Championship tle • Also helped her team to the district and regional championships that same season • Won both the district and regional championships as a rookie in 2004

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PERSONAL • Born in Richmond, Va. • Daughter of Ellen and David Selmer • Majoring in excep onal educa on


Tawny Swan #5 • Sr. • L/R • 6-0 • OF • Gilbert, Ariz./Scottsdale CC BIOGRAPHY PRIOR TO UCF • Transferred from Sco sdale Community College • Named to the NJCAA Division II Preseason All-America Third Team • Led the Ar chokes in 10 offensive categories as a sophomore • Was named the 2009 SCC Outstanding So ball Athlete • Tallied a .512 ba ng average, the fi h-highest average in NJCAA Region I, in 2008 • Named to the NJCAA All-Region I First Team and the All-ACCAC Second Team as a freshman • Earned three varsity le ers at Highland HS

• Named to the EA Sports High School So ball All-American First Team • Also garnered All-Arizona Team, Arizona Class 5A All-State First Team and East Valley Tribune Class 5A First Team honors • Played travel ball for the Lil Saints Gold PERSONAL • Born in Sco sdale, Ariz. • Daughter of Ron Horton and Shelly Ernes • Majoring in hospitality management

Kellie Todd #14 • Jr. • R/R • 5-9 • C/OF • Ocala, Fla./Chipola College BIOGRAPHY PRIOR TO UCF • Transferred from Chipola College • Led her team to the NJCAA State Championship and the FCCAA Gulf District 8B Championship • Named to the all-tournament teams at both events • Twice named to the All-Panhandle Conference First Team, while also being named to the NJCAA All-America Second Team, NFCA All-Region First Team, NJCAA All-Region VIII First Team, FCCAA All-State First Team and garnering Panhandle Player of the Year accolades • Was a four-year le erwinner at Forest High School in Ocala • Led her team to two district championships and was a two- me all-area first team member • Earned the dis nc on of Ocala Star-Banner Player of the Year as

a senior a er hi ng .564 with 16 doubles and 35 RBI • Was a first-team all-state selec on as a junior • Named her squad’s Rookie of the Year as a freshman • Played in Italy with USA Athletes Interna onal, where she was named MVP of the tournament • Also played with the Gainesville Gold and the Ocala Gold • Was a member of an 18U ISA Florida State Championship team, World Series Championship team and World Series warm-up team, as well as a 16U NSA Florida State Championship team PERSONAL • Born in Ocala, Fla. • Daughter of Mary Lou and Edward Todd • Majoring in health services administra on

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2010 Season Review 2010 Honors & Awards

Overall Record: 36-23 C-USA: 16-7 Home: 19-13 Away: 11-3 Neutral: 6-7

THIRD REGIONAL TOURNAMENT IN FIVE YEARS The UCF so ball team made its third appearance in the NCAA Regional Tournament in the last five years a er pos ng a 36-23 overall record and a 16-7 league mark last season. Following its appearance in the Conference USA Championship Game vs. East Carolina, the Knights earned their first at-large bid into the NCAA Tournament. At the event, the Knights opened compe on with a 7-1 victory vs. FIU, before dropping back-to-back contests to host Florida and the Panthers to conclude the season.

Hillary Barrow • All-Conference USA Second Team • C-USA Championship All-Tournament Team

Ashleigh Cole • NFCA All-Northeast Region Second Team • All-Conference USA First Team • C-USA Championship All-Tournament Team • C-USA Co-Pitcher of the Week (March 29)

Natalie Land

CHAMPIONSHIP CONTENDERS For the second me since joining the league in 2006, the Knights made an appearance in the C-USA Championship Game a er defea ng UTEP and Memphis in the first and second rounds of compe on. UCF faced off againt rival East Carolina for the league tournament crown, but fell to the Pirates, 3-1, despite a strong effort by pitcher Ashleigh Cole.

• All-Conference USA First Team • ESPN Academic All-District III Second Team • C-USA All-Academic Team • C-USA Championship All-Tournament Team

Tiffany Lane • All-Conference USA First Team • All-Conference USA Preseason Team

C-USA ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM Following its run to the C-USA Championship tle game, UCF had five Knights named to the all-tournament team. Hillary Barrow, Ashleigh Cole, Natalie Land, Abby McClain and Vanessa Perez all garnered all-tournament team honors as voted on by working and ins tu onal media members.

Abby McClain • All-Conference USA Second Team • ESPN Academic All-District III First Team • C-USA All-Academic Team • C-USA Championship All-Tournament Team • C-USA Spirit of Service Award

Marissa Menendez

ALL-CONFERENCE USA HONORS The UCF so ball team had a program-record six student-athletes earn All-Conference USA so ball honors in 2010, which included another UCF-record three selec ons to the All-C-USA First Team, as voted on by the league’s head coaches. Tiffany Lane, Natalie Land

• Conference USA All-Freshman Team

Vanessa Perez • C-USA Championship All-Tournament Team

and Ashleigh Cole all garnered first team accolades, while Hillary Barrow and Abby McClain were selected to the second team. Marissa Menendez rounded out the Knights’ record number of selec ons by being named to the all-freshman team. ESPN THE MAGAZINE ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT For the first me in program history, two members of the UCF so ball team were honored by the College Sports Informa on Directors of America (CoSIDA) with spots on ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District III teams. Junior Abby McClain was voted onto the first team, while sophomore Natalie Land garnered second-team honors. LEAGUE ALL-ACADEMIC HONORS For the second-straight year, junior Abby McClain was honored with a spot on the C-USA All-Academic Team for her hard work and dedica on both on and off the playing field. Joining McClain on the league’s all-academic squad for the first me was sophomore Natalie Land. COLE AGAINST THE BEST Most impressive about Ashleigh Cole’s senior season was the fact that she earned three wins over ranked opponents, including No. 16 Tennessee, No. 9 Alabama and No. 22 Ohio State. In six starts against teams ranked in the top-25, Cole totaled a 1.75 ERA, one shutout, 26 strikeouts and a .198 opponent batng average. AGAINST RANKED OPPONENTS In 2010, the Knights proved that they were not to be taken lightly. In eight games against ranked oppo-

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GP 12 59 56 59 58 58 59 30 59 53 57 13 30 7 1 18

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AB 1 161 161 166 175 140 167 77 153 150 126 11 12 3 1 0

R 0 32 28 26 32 20 10 7 17 9 12 0 6 0 0 0

H 1 49 48 44 46 34 40 17 30 26 19 1 0 0 0 0

2B 0 6 9 7 11 6 4 5 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0

3B 0 0 6 0 0 1 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

HR 0 0 1 3 6 1 1 3 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0

RBI 1 17 18 18 43 9 16 17 7 13 2 0 0 0 0 0

TB 1 55 72 60 75 45 53 31 32 36 21 1 0 0 0 0

SLG% 1.000 .342 .447 .361 .429 .321 .317 .403 .209 .240 .167 .091 .000 .000 .000 .000

59 1504 199 355 51 11 18 161 482 .320 59 1552 171 348 38 4 27 137 475 .306

BB 0 19 17 24 20 13 14 12 6 9 6 2 0 1 0 0

HBP 1 3 1 6 3 3 2 5 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

143 26 155 43

SO 0 31 28 34 27 38 37 22 42 19 38 5 5 3 1 0

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

330 7 264 12

OB% 1.000 .386 .367 .374 .348 .321 .304 .354 .231 .220 .195 .231 .000 .250 .000 .000

SF 0 1 1 2 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

SH 0 17 0 5 2 3 8 1 3 6 5 0 0 1 0 0

SB 0 20 14 4 7 4 6 0 10 0 5 0 1 0 0 0

.312 .310

7 10

51 71 37 35

ATT 0 24 21 9 8 4 10 0 14 0 6 0 2 0 0 0

PO 1 131 77 293 58 64 262 230 63 10 51 0 3 2 0 0

A 8 113 116 46 128 2 51 18 5 73 2 0 3 0 0 11

E 1 15 14 8 9 1 11 4 3 3 0 0 2 0 0 3

FLD% .900 .942 .932 .977 .954 .985 .966 .984 .958 .965 1.000 .000 .750 1.000 .000 .786

98 51

1245 576 1203 497

74 80

.961 .955

2010 Overall Pitching Statistics (StaƟsƟcs sorted by earned run avg.)

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Player ERA COLE, Ashleigh 1.66 DeMELLO, Kris na 2.47 ROJAS, Diana 2.92 SCHMITT, Ashley 3.38 HOLLIDAY, Kris na 42.00

W 24 8 2 2 0

Totals Opponents

36 23 59 23 36 59

2.07 2.39

L 14 6 2 1 0

APP 39 20 15 5 1

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GS 37 13 6 3 0

CG 34 5 0 2 0

SHO 5 0 0 0 0

CBO 1 0 1 0 0

SV 0 1 1 0 0

IP 261.0 99.0 36.0 18.2 0.1

H 199 97 34 17 1

59 59

41 30

6 12

1 2

2 4

415.0 348 401.0 355

R 84 52 22 11 2

ER 62 35 15 9 2

BB 80 37 26 10 2

SO 170 76 13 5 0

2B 25 7 5 1 0

3B 2 1 1 0 0

HR 15 7 1 4 0

AB 956 387 140 67 2

B/Avg .208 .251 .243 .254 .500

WP 17 8 7 0 0

HBP 28 13 1 1 0

BK 1 2 2 0 0

SFA SHA 6 21 2 10 2 2 0 4 0 0

171 123 155 264 38 199 137 143 330 51

4 11

27 18

1552 1504

.224 .236

32 28

43 26

5 4

10 7

37 51


2010 Season Review nents, the Black and Gold posted a 3-5 record. UCF earned wins against No. 16 Tennessee, No. 9 Alabama and No. 22 Ohio State. Two of the Knights’ losses were by only one run, which includes a nine-inning nailbiter against No. 6 Florida at the UCF So ball Complex.

ATTENDANCE RECORD When the Knights hosted the Gators on March 31, they not only played in front of a live regional television audience on Bright House Sports Network, but they also ba led No. 6 Florida in front of a programrecord 1,091 fans at the UCF So ball Complex. The mark beat out the old record of 687 fans that watched the Knights sweep a doubleheader from in-state rival Florida State in 2008. ON THE NATIONAL SCALE As a team, the Knights ranked in the top-30 among NCAA Division I opponents in two different categories. The Black and Gold ranked 26th na onally with a 2.07 team ERA, while holding the No. 29 spot in double plays per game with a 0.39 average. INDIVIDUAL NATIONAL LEADERS Tiffany Lane, Natalie Land and Ashleigh Cole placed their names among the best in the na on last season as individuals. Lane concluded the year ranked seventh in triples (6) and 16th in triples per game (0.11) among the NCAA Division I’s best players, while Land ranked 17th na onally in sacrifice hits per game (0.29). Cole finished out her senior season ranked 34th in ERA (1.66) and 35th in victories (24). EARNING NATIONAL RECOGNITION For its stellar play over the week of March 22-28, which included a shutout victory over No. 22 Ohio State and a C-USA series sweep on the road against Southern Miss, the Black and Gold garnered a vote in the ESPN.com/USA So ball Collegiate Coaches Poll. The vote in that poll was the first ever for the Knights.

C-USA CO-PITCHER OF THE WEEK For her performance in the circle that same week, senior Ashleigh Cole was awarded C-USA’s Co-Pitcher of the Week honor for only the second me in her career. In 19.0 innings of work in the circle during the week, Cole posted a 1.11 ERA, a .176 opponent ba ng average, 12 strikeouts and walked only three ba ers, while pos ng a one-hit shutout against No. 22 Ohio State and a pair of victories against Southern Miss. The weekly honor was the only weekly honor for the Knights last season. LIFE IN THE FAST LANE A er pos ng her sixth triple of the 2010 season against UConn on March 10, junior Tiffany Lane extended her C-USA career record to 21 triples. Lane, who already holds the UCF career record for threebaggers, claimed the league’s all- me record for triples on March 9 against Maine. The three-bagger was No. 20 for the speedy le y and gave her sole possession of the top-spot on the C-USA career register, topping Sarah Martz’s record of 19 triples she established from 2001-04 with DePaul. Lane then extended her lead on the record with her triple against the Huskies the following day. PRESEASON AWARD WINNER For the second-consecu ve season, junior shortstop Tiffany Lane was selected to the 14-member Preseason All-Conference USA So ball Team voted on by the league’s nine head coaches. The preseason honor was the fi h for the Knights’ so ball program since joining the league in 2006. STRIKEOUT PRINCESS Senior Ashleigh Cole moved into second place all- me in UCF history last season when she moved her career strikeout total to 438. The hurler trails only Allison Kime, who holds the program record with 847 career strikeouts. Cole is only the third pitcher in the Knights’ nine-year history to surpass the 400 strikeout mark.

Knights’ Record When.... Overall ..........................................36-23 Home ..........................................19-13 Away .............................................11-3 Neutral ............................................6-7 C-USA..............................................16-7 Home .............................................6-5 Away .............................................10-2 Non-Conference ...........................20-16 Home ............................................13-8 Away ...............................................1-1 Neutral ............................................6-7 Against Ranked Teams ......................3-5 Against State Schools........................4-6 Day Games....................................31-18 Night Games .....................................5-5 Shutouts .........................................6-12 1-Run games ...................................13-9 2-Run games .....................................5-5 5+Run games ....................................6-8 Extra innings .....................................8-3 Game 1 of DH ...................................0-0 Game 2 of DH ...................................0-0 Game 1 of C-USA Series....................4-4 Game 2 of C-USA Series....................6-2 Game 3 of C-USA Series....................6-1

HITS Out-hit opponent ...........................24-2 Out-hit by opponent .......................9-20 Hits are ed ......................................3-1 HOME RUNS Hit 0 home runs ............................20-22 Hit 1 home run ...............................15-1 Hit 2+ home runs ..............................1-0 Opponent 0 HRs ...........................27-12 Opponent 1 HRs ...............................8-8 Opponent 2+ HRs .............................1-3 SCORING Scoring 0-2 runs..............................6-20 Scoring 3-5 runs..............................17-3 Scoring 6-9 runs..............................12-0 Scoring 10+ runs ...............................1-0 Opponent 0-2 runs .........................23-7 Opponent 3-5 runs .........................12-8 Opponent 6-9 runs ...........................0-7 Opponent 10+ runs ..........................1-1 Scored in 1st inning ........................15-4 Opponent scored in 1st inning .........7-8 Scores first ......................................26-7 Opponent scores first ...................10-16 A er 4 leading ................................24-1 A er 4 trailing.................................8-14 A er 4 ed .......................................4-8 A er 5 leading ................................23-2

A A A A A

er 5 trailing.................................4-16 er 5 ed .......................................6-4 er 6 leading ................................21-1 er 6 trailing.................................5-19 er 6 ed .......................................7-2

ERRORS Made 0 errors .................................11-6 Made 1 errors .................................14-8 Made 2+ errors ...............................11-9 Opponent had 0 errors ...................4-12 Opponent had 1 error ....................13-5 Opponent had 2+ errors...................19-6 DAY OF THE WEEK Monday ............................................0-0 Tuesday.............................................1-1 Wednesday .......................................4-5 Thursday ...........................................2-0 Friday ................................................6-4 Saturday .......................................15-11 Sunday ..............................................8-2

2010 Schedule & Results

Date Opponent Time/Result NTC Elite Invitational • Clermont, Fla. 2.13 vs. No. 16 Tennessee W, 6-3 2.13 vs. No. 7 Georgia L, 0-12 (5) 2.14 vs. Cha anooga L, 2-4 2.17 STETSON L, 7-1 UCF Invitational • Orlando, Fla. 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 (10) NFCA Leadoff Classic • Columbus, Ga. 2.26 vs. No. 11 Georgia Tech L, 0-1 2.26 vs. Arkansas L, 0-6 2.27 vs. Maryland L, 2-3 2.27 vs. Nebraska W, 5-4 (8) 2.28 vs. No. 9 Alabama W, 3-2 UCF Tournament • Orlando, Fla. 3.5 HARVARD W, 9-0 (5) 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 (8) 3.9 MAINE L, 4-6 3.10 UCONN W, 5-1 3.13 MEMPHIS* (DH) L, 0-1/W, 2-1 3.17 DRAKE L, 0-5 3.20 HOUSTON* (DH) W, 5-1/W, 2-1 3.21 HOUSTON* W, 1-0 (9) 3.24 No. 22 OHIO STATE W, 3-0 3.24 CORNELL L, 3-4 3.25 CORNELL W, 7-2 3.27 at Southern Miss* (DH) W, 7-4/W, 3-2 3.28 at Southern Miss* W, 8-0 (5) 3.31 No. 6 FLORIDA (TV - BHSN) L, 3-4 (9) 4.2 EAST CAROLINA* (DH) L, 0-2/L, 0-2 (8) 4.3 EAST CAROLINA* L, 0-6 4.7 No. 16 FLORIDA STATE L, 1-6 4.10 at Marshall* (DH) W, 9-1 (5)/W, 8-4 (8) 4.11 at Marshall* W, 1-0 4.17 at UAB* (DH) L, 1-2/L, 2-5 4.18 at UAB* W, 4-3 4.21 BETHUNE-COOKMAN W, 7-4 4.24 TULSA* (DH) L, 1-0 (9)/W, 4-3 (8) 4.25 TULSA* W, 2-1 5.4 JACKSONVILLE W, 3-0 5.8 at UTEP* (DH) W, 4-3 (8)/W, 12-10 5.9 at UTEP* W, 7-5 C-USA Championship • Houston, Texas 5.13 vs. UTEP W, 4-2 5.14 vs. Memphis W, 3-1 5.15 vs. East Carolina (TV - CBS C) L, 1-3 NCAA Gainesville Regional • Gainesville, Fla. 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 • (DH) = Doubleheader • All mes Eastern and subject to change • Home games in BOLD CAPS and played at the UCF So ball Complex

MONTH February ...........................................7-8 March .............................................15-5 April ..................................................7-7 May...................................................7-3

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All-Time vs. Opponents

Akron

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

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

Binghamton

Alabama State

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

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

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

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

Arkansas 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

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

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

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

Bradley

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

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

Auburn

Bucknell

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

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

Ball State March 9, 2006 .......Neutral .........W, 4-1 March 10, 2009 ......Home............ L, 0-1

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

Belmont 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 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

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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

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Chattanooga

Feb. 14, 2010 .........Neutral .......... L, 2-4

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

College of Charleston March 5, 2010 ........Home...........W, 4-1

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

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

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

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

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

Creighton

Cal Poly

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

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

Campbell 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

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

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

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

Eastern Michigan March 1, 2007 ........Home...........W, 4-2 March 1, 2007 ........Home...........W, 7-4 Feb. 25, 2009 ..........Home...........W, 5-4

East Tennessee State March 12, 2004 .....Neutral .......... L, 5-9

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

Florida 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

Florida A&M

March 5, 2003 .......Neutral .......W, 13-5

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. 29, 2004 .........Neutral .........W, 6-0

Drake

Florida Atlantic

Centenary

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

Canisius

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

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

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

Charleston Southern 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

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

Detroit

East Carolina 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

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 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


All-Time vs. Opponents FIU

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 State 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

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

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

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

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

Georgia State 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

Jacksonville

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

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

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

Hawaii

Jacksonville State

April 17, 2004 .........Home...........W, 2-0 April 15, 2005 ......... Away ...........W, 4-0 April 15, 2005 ......... Away ............ L, 2-6

Georgia Tech 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

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

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

Houston 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

Illinois Chicago

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

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

Kent State March 19, 2005 ......Home...........W, 4-2

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

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

Liberty March 11, 2002 .....Neutral .........W, 3-1 March 12, 2008 ......Home...........W, 3-0

Lipscomb

Indiana

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

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

Long Beach State

Feb. 20, 2009 ..........Home...........W, 9-1

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

March 28, 2002 .....Neutral .......... L, 4-5

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

Iowa

Long Island

Iona

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

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

Loyola (Chicago) March 2, 2004 .......Neutral .........W, 1-0 March 4, 2009 ........Home.......... L, 4-10

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

Maine 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

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

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

Marshall 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

Maryland March 2, 2008 .......Neutral .......... L, 0-1 Feb. 27, 2010 .........Neutral .......... L, 2-3

McNeese State Feb. 6, 2004 ...........Neutral .......W, 11-0

Memphis April 14, 2006 .........Home...........W, 2-1 April 14, 2006 .........Home...........W, 4-3 April 15, 2006 .........Home............ L, 1-3 May 5, 2007 ............ Away ............ L, 1-2 May 5, 2007 ............ Away ............ L, 1-2 May 6, 2007 ............ Away ............ L, 1-2 April 19, 2008 .........Home...........W, 5-0 April 19, 2008 .........Home...........W, 4-2

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All-Time vs. Opponents April 20, 2008 .........Home...........W, 8-0 April 24, 2009 ......... Away ............ L, 0-2 April 24, 2009 ......... Away ...........W, 3-2 April 25, 2009 ......... Away ...........W, 4-3 March 13, 2010 ......Home............ L, 0-1 March 13, 2010 ......Home...........W, 2-1 May 14, 2010 .........Neutral .........W, 3-1

Mercer April 7, 2002 ...........Home...........W, 7-1 April 7, 2002 ...........Home............ L, 1-3 April 20, 2003 ......... Away ............ L, 3-5 April 20, 2003 ......... Away .......... L, 9-10 May 8, 2003 ...........Neutral .........W, 4-3 April 18, 2004 .........Home...........W, 2-0 April 18, 2004 .........Home.........W, 10-4 May 13, 2004 .........Neutral .........W, 5-2 April 17, 2005 ......... Away ...........W, 3-1 April 17, 2005 ......... Away .........W, 15-4

Samford

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 Feb. 24, 2010 .......... Away ...........W, 5-3

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

Ohio State 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

Oklahoma State

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

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

San Diego

Stony Brook

Sam Houston State

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

Seton Hall Feb. 17, 2007 .........Neutral .........W, 6-2

Feb. 18, 2007 .........Neutral .........W, 6-2 Feb. 7, 2009 ...........Neutral .........W, 8-5 Feb. 21, 2009 ..........Home............ L, 0-2

South Alabama

Feb. 9, 2007 ...........Neutral .........W, 6-3

Penn State

South Carolina

Michigan

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

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

Miami (Ohio)

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

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

Mississippi

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

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

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

Princeton

Morris Brown

Providence

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

New Mexico State March 3, 2006 ........Home............ L, 0-4 March 5, 2006 ........Home............ L, 0-4

North Carolina

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

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

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

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

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

March 9, 2004 .......Neutral .......... L, 0-4

St. Bonaventure

NC State

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

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

North Dakota State

St. John’s

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

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

Northern Illinois

St. Peter’s

March 11, 2005 .....Neutral .........W, 6-5 March 18, 2005 ......Home...........W, 8-0

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

March 4, 2007 .......Neutral .........W, 3-2

Southern Connecticut State March 26, 2002 .....Neutral .........W, 5-4

Southern Illinois

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

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

Temple March 10, 2005 .....Neutral .........W, 3-2

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

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

Tennessee Tech

Southern Miss

Texas Tech

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Troy 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


All-Time vs. Opponents

Tulsa

UTEP

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

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

UAB 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

UW-Green Bay March 17, 2002 .....Neutral .......... L, 5-8

Valparaiso March 5, 2003 .......Neutral .........W, 5-0

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

Villanova

Feb. 16, 2007 .........Neutral .......... L, 0-3

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

UC Santa Barbara

Virginia Tech

UCLA

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

March 2, 2007 .......Neutral .......... L, 1-2

UNC Greesboro

Washington

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

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

UNLV

Western Kentucky

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

USF 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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

SCHOOL ................................. RECORD 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 Aus n Peay ...................................... 1-0 Ball State.......................................... 1-1 Baylor .............................................. 1-1 Belmont ........................................... 8-0 Bethune-Cookman ........................ 15-4 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 Cha anooga .................................... 0-1 Colgate............................................. 1-1 College of Charleston ...................... 1-1 Colorado State ................................. 1-0 Columbia ......................................... 1-1 Connec cut ..................................... 3-0 Cornell ............................................. 1-2 Creighton ......................................... 2-0 Dartmouth ....................................... 2-1 DePaul ............................................. 1-1 Detroit ............................................. 1-0 Drake ............................................... 1-1 East Carolina .................................. 2-16 East Tennessee State ....................... 0-1 Eastern Kentucky ............................. 1-0 Eastern Michigan ............................. 3-0 Evansville ......................................... 1-1 Florida ........................................... 2-10 Florida A&M .................................... 6-3 Florida Atlan c .............................. 6-13 Florida Interna onal ........................ 3-3 Florida State .................................. 4-10 Fresno State..................................... 1-0 Furman ............................................ 4-0 Gardner-Webb ................................. 7-1 Georgia ............................................ 0-1 George Mason ................................. 3-0 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 ........................................... 6-9 Illinois State ..................................... 1-0 Illinois Chicago ................................. 1-0 Indiana............................................. 2-0 Iona ................................................. 0-1 Iowa ................................................. 1-1 Jacksonville .................................... 11-1 Jacksonville State ............................. 3-2 Kansas.............................................. 1-2 Kennesaw State ............................... 0-1 Kent State ........................................ 1-0 Kentucky .......................................... 2-1 La Salle............................................. 1-0 Liberty ............................................. 2-1 Lipscomb ......................................... 5-2 Long Beach State ............................. 1-2 Long Island ...................................... 1-0 Longwood ........................................ 2-0

Loyola (Ill.) ....................................... 1-1 Loyola-Marymount .......................... 0-1 Maine .............................................. 4-2 Manha an ....................................... 1-0 Marist .............................................. 2-0 Marshall......................................... 13-7 Maryland ......................................... 0-2 McNeese State ................................ 1-0 Memphis ......................................... 9-6 Mercer ............................................. 7-3 Miami (Ohio) ................................... 1-0 Michigan .......................................... 0-4 Michigan State .............................. 0-0-1 Mississippi ....................................... 2-1 Missouri State.................................. 1-2 Morris Brown .................................. 4-0 Nebraska.......................................... 1-0 New Mexico State............................ 0-2 North Carolina ................................. 0-1 North Carolina A&T ......................... 0-1 North Carolina State ........................ 0-1 North Dakota State .......................... 1-1 North Florida ................................... 6-2 Northern Illinois .............................. 2-0 Ohio State ........................................ 3-1 Oklahoma State ............................... 2-1 Penn State ....................................... 0-2 Pi sburgh ........................................ 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................................ 0-1 Seton Hall ........................................ 1-0 South Alabama ................................ 1-0 S. Connec cut State ........................ 1-0 South Carolina ................................. 1-0 Southern Illinois .............................. 0-3 Southern Miss ............................... 10-6 Stetson .......................................... 12-6 Stony Brook ..................................... 1-0 Syracuse........................................... 0-1 Temple ............................................. 1-0 Tennessee ........................................ 2-2 Tennessee-Mar n............................ 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 ................................................ 8-8 UAB.................................................. 7-8 UC Santa Barbara............................. 0-1 UCLA ................................................ 0-1 UNC-Greensboro ............................. 1-1 UNLV ................................................ 1-1 USF .................................................. 2-8 UTEP .............................................. 13-4 Valparaiso ........................................ 1-0 Vermont........................................... 3-0 Villanova .......................................... 3-2 Virginia Tech .................................... 0-1 Washington ..................................... 1-1 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

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Year-By-Year Results 2003 (37-31, 13-7 A-SUN)

2002 (46-19, 12-6 A-SUN)

2/2 2/2 2/3 2/8 2/8 2/9 2/9 2/10 2/15 2/15 2/15 2/16 2/16 3/5 3/5 3/8 3/8 3/10 3/10 3/11 3/13 3/13 3/14 3/15 3/15 3/17 3/17 3/19 3/19 3/20 3/20 3/22 3/22 3/23 3/23 3/23 3/26 3/26 3/28 3/28 3/29 3/29 4/5 4/5 4/7 4/7 4/12 4/12 4/13 4/13 4/20 4/20 4/27 4/27 4/28 4/28 5/1 5/1 5/9 5/9 5/10 5/10

Head Coach: Renee Luers-Gillispie at Bethune-Cookman^ Arkansas^ Arkansas^ Mississippi# Marshall# Bethune-Cookman# Tennessee# Mississippi# Charleston Southern! Wright State! at Georgia State! Gardner-Webb! Western Kentucky! Georgia State* Georgia State* Campbell* Campbell* Manha an% Rider% Liberty% Aus n Peay Yale% Maine% Toledo% Youngstown State% UW-Green Bay% Colgate% Dartmouth Cornell% Columbia% Vermont% Princeton+ UNC-Greensboro+ Ohio State+ Campbell+ Florida State+ S. Conn. St.@ Marist@ Towson@ Iona at Florida Atlan c* at Florida Atlan c* Troy* Troy* Mercer * Mercer* at Samford* at Samford* at Jacksonville St.* at Jacksonville St.* at Belmont* at Belmont* at Morris Brown at Morris Brown at Florida A&M at Florida A&M at Stetson* at Stetson* vs. Stetson$ vs. Georgia State$ at Troy$ vs. Georgia State$

L, 2-3 W, 6-5 L, 1-2 L, 2-3 W, 9-1 W, 4-2 W, 4-2 W, 4-2 W, 8-4 W, 9-4 W, 5-2 W 6-5 W, 1-0 W, 2-1 W, 5-4 W, 3-0 W, 5-4 W, 12-1 W, 6-0 W, 3-1 W, 6-3 W, 3-0 W, 5-4 L, 2-4 W, 13-0 L, 5-8 W, 6-0 L, 5-8 L, 1-8 L, 1-2 W, 10-3 W, 6-3 W, 4-2 L, 6-9 L, 2-10 L, 2-10 W, 5-4 W, 4-2 W, 4-2 L, 4-5 W, 3-0 L, 0-6 W, 2-0 W, 6-1 W, 7-1 L, 1-3 W, 1-0 L, 5-6 L, 1-5 L, 0-8 W, 16-1 W, 5-0 W, 11-1 W, 11-1 W, 8-0 W, 7-3 W, 5-2 L, 3-8 W, 3-0 L, 5-6 W, 4-3 L, 2-4

* Atlan c Sun game ^ Bethune-Cookman Tournament - Daytona Beach, Fla. # UCF/Triple Crown Tournament - St. Augus ne, Fla. ! Georgia State Tournament - Atlanta, Ga. % Rebel Games - Orlando, Fla. @ Rebel Games - Kissimmee, Fla. + Buzz Classic - Marie a, Ga. $ Atlan c Sun Tournament - Troy, Ala.

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1/25 1/25 2/1 2/1 2/2 2/2 2/7 2/7 2/8 2/8 2/14 2/15 2/15 2/16 2/28 2/28 3/1 3/1 3/2 3/3 3/3 3/5 3/5 3/8 3/8 3/9 3/9 3/9 3/12 3/12 3/13 3/13 3/15 3/15 3/18 3/18 3/19 3/19 3/22 3/25 3/25 3/26 3/26 3/29 3/29 4/4 4/4 4/5 4/5 4/9 4/9 4/11 4/11 4/13 4/13 4/16 4/16 4/18 4/18 4/20 4/20 4/26 4/26 5/8 5/8 5/9 5/10 5/10

Head Coach: Renee Luers-Gillispie Florida Florida Bethune-Cookman& Morris Brown& Morris Brown& Bethune-Cookman& Southern Illinois~ Purdue~ Ole Miss~ Arkansas~ Fresno State% Loyola Marymount% San Diego% Santa Barbara% Charleston Southern+ SW Missouri State+ SW Missouri State+ Charleston Southern+ SW Missouri State+ Gardner-Webb* Gardner-Webb* Detroit:: Valparaiso:: Tennessee Tech$ Furman$ Indiana$ Stony Brook$ UNC-Greensboro$ Binghamton! Evansville! Bucknell! Binghamton! at Campbell* at Campbell* Colgate> Columbia> St. Peters> Army> Maine= Towson:: Wright State:: Samford* Samford* at Georgia State* at Georgia State* at Lipscomb* at Lipscomb* at Belmont* at Belmont* at Florida State at Florida State Jacksonville State* Jacksonville State* Jacksonville* Jacksonville* at USF at USF at Troy* at Troy* at Mercer* at Mercer* Florida Atlan c* Florida Atlan c* Stetson# Mercer# Florida Atlan c# Florida Atlan c# Florida Atlan c#

L, 6-5 L, 1-0 W, 5-2 W, 21-0 W, 24-0 W, 4-1 L, 3-2 L, 10-2 W, 5-4 L, 6-2 W, 3-2 L, 3-2 L, 3-0 L, 2-1 W, 8-0 L, 3-0 W, 6-0 W, 10-0 L, 4-2 W, 8-0 L, 5-3 W, 13-5 W, 5-0 W, 3-2 W, 3-2 W, 4-1 W, 8-3 L, 4-1 L 1-0 W, 2-1 W, 11-0 L, 1-0 W, 4-2 W, 15-1 L, 5-1 W, 2-1 L, 5-4 W, 18-2 L, 5-2 L, 5-0 W, 1-0 L, 3-2 L, 5-1 W, 3-0 W, 9-1 W, 13-2 L, 9-5 W, 5-2 W, 11-0 L, 2-1 L, 2-0 W, 6-5 W, 5-0 W, 4-0 W, 6-1 L, 9-0 L, 5-4 W, 4-0 W, 7-3 L, 5-3 L, 10-9 L, 4-1 L, 4-1 W, 8-5 W, 4-3 W, 3-2 L, 6-5 L, 5-1

* Atlan c Sun game & UCF Invita onal - Orlando, Fla. ~ UCF/Triple Crown Tournament - St. Augus ne, Fla. % Campbell/Car er Tournament - Poway, Calif. + UCF So ball Tournament - Orlando, Fla. :: Rebel Games - Kissimmee, Fla. $ Charleston Southern Tournament - Summerville, S.C. ! UCF Spring Fling - Orlando, Fla. > UCF So ball Tournament - Orlando, Fla. = UCF Golden Knight Tournament - Orlando, Fla. # Atlan c Sun Tournament - Troy, Ala.

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

1/27 1/27 2/6 2/6 2/7 2/7 2/8 2/11 2/17 2/17 2/20 2/20 2/28 2/28 2/28 2/29 3/2 3/2 3/3 3/3 3/4 3/4 3/7 3/7 3/8 3/9 3/9 3/12 3/12 3/13 3/13 3/14 3/14 3/21 3/21 3/26 3/26 3/27 3/27 4/4 4/4 4/8 4/8 4/10 4/10 4/14 4/14 4/17 4/17 4/18 4/18 4/29 4/29 5/5 5/5 5/7 5/7 5/13 5/13 5/14 5/15 5/15

Head Coach: Renee Luers-Gillispie at Bethune-Cookman at Bethune-Cookman McNeese State! Boston College! Indiana! Marshall! Stetson! at Florida Hofstra Hofstra Kansas@ Cal Poly@ Furman+ Charleston Southern+ Akron+ Canisius+ LaSalle^ Loyola^ St. John’s St. John’s Furman^ Maine^ Robert Morris! Maine! Robert Morris! North Carolina! Evansville! East Tennessee State& Towson& Akron& Pi sburgh& Marshall& Furman& at Jacksonville* at Jacksonville* at Lipscomb* at Lipscomb* at Belmont* at Belmont* Gardner-Webb* Gardner-Webb* Campbell* Campbell* Florida State Florida State at Troy* at Troy* Georgia State* Georgia State* Mercer* Mercer* Stetson* Stetson* at Florida Atlan c* at Florida Atlan c* USF USF Mercer# Troy# Florida Atlan c# Stetson# Florida Atlan c#

W, 5-1 W, 3-1 W, 11-0 W, 5-0 W, 11-3 L, 2-1 L, 8-6 L, 5-1 W, 4-1 W, 5-4 L, 3-2 W, 7-3 W, 3-0 L, 2-0 L, 5-3 W, 6-0 W, 9-0 W, 1-0 L, 2-0 W, 9-1 W, 5-1 W, 3-1 W, 7-4 W, 3-1 W, 3-0 L, 4-0 L, 5-0 L, 9-5 W, 5-0 W, 10-6 W, 10-2 W, 10-9 W, 7-3 W, 7-6 W, 10-2 W, 5-2 W, 4-2 W, 8-0 W, 18-7 W, 6-0 W, 7-0 W, 7-0 W, 8-3 L, 2-1 L, 3-2 L, 5-3 L, 3-2 W, 4-1 W, 2-0 W, 2-0 W, 10-4 W, 4-3 W, 2-1 L, 1-0 L, 1-0 L, 8-1 L, 8-6 W, 5-2 W, 5-2 L, 7-0 W, 2-1 L, 1-0

* Atlan c Sun game # UCF/Triple Crown Classic - St. Augus ne, Fla. @ Santa Barbara Tournament - Santa Barbara, Calif. + Charleston Southern Tournament - Charleston, S.C. ^ Rebel Games - Osceola, Fla. ! Triple Crown Spring Fling - St. Augus ne, Fla. & Winthrop Tournament - Rock Hill, S.C. # Atlan c Sun Tournament - Boca Raton, Fla.


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

1/29 1/29 2/4 2/4 2/5 2/5 2/6 2/12 2/12 2/13 2/13 2/18 2/18 2/19 2/19 2/20 2/22 2/22 2/25 2/25 2/26 2/26 2/27 3/1 3/1 3/2 3/2 3/4 3/4 3/5 3/5 3/6 3/10 3/11 3/11 3/12 3/12 3/13 3/15 3/15 3/18 3/18 3/19 3/19 3/20 3/22 3/22 3/29 3/29 4/2 4/2 4/8 4/8 4/10 4/10 4/13 4/13 4/15 4/15 4/17 4/17 4/20 4/23 4/23 4/24 4/24 5/6 5/6 5/12 5/12 5/13 5/13 5/14 5/14 5/20 5/21 5/21

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

@ UNLV/Louisville Slugger Tournament - Las Vegas, Nev. # UCF Tournament - Orlando, Fla. $ Golden Panther adidas Invita onal - Miami, Fla. % UCF Fastpitch Invita onal - Orlando, Fla. ! Speedline Tournament - Tampa, Fla. & UCF Invita onal - Orlando, Fla. < Atlan c Sun Tournament - Boca Raton, Fla. > NCAA Regional Tournament - Gainesville, Fla.

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

2/10 2/10 2/11 2/11 2/15 2/15 2/18 2/18 2/19 2/19 2/21 2/24 2/24 2/25 2/25 3/3 3/3 3/4 3/4 3/5 3/5 3/7 3/7 3/9 3/10 3/12 3/12 3/14 3/15 3/15 3/18 3/18 3/19 3/25 3/25 3/26 4/1 4/1 4/2 4/8 4/8 4/9 4/12 4/14 4/14 4/15 4/19 4/20 4/22 4/22 4/23 5/2 5/2 5/6 5/6 5/7

Head Coach: Renee Luers-Gillispie SIU^ Texas Tech^ Texas Tech^ SIU^ Bethune-Cookman Bethune-Cookman Ohio State> Stetson> Ohio State> Stetson> Hofstra Western Michigan# Winthrop# Marist# Samford# Creighton+ New Mexico State+ Villanova+ Bethune-Cookman+ Creighton+ New Mexico State+ Boston College+ St. John’s Ball State! San Diego! Depaul! Washington! Tulsa* Tulsa* Tulsa* at Marshall* at Marshall* at Marshall* Houston* Houston* Houston* at Southern Miss* at Southern Miss* at Southern Miss* at UAB* at UAB* at UAB* at USF Memphis* Memphis* Memphis* Florida Jacksonville at UTEP* at UTEP* at UTEP* Florida State Florida State East Carolina* East Carolina* East Carolina*

* Conference USA game ^ Triple Crown Tournament - St. Augus ne, Fla. > Stetson Invita onal - DeLand, Fla. # Stetson Tournament - DeLand, Fla. + UCF Tournament - Orlando, Fla. ! Fresno State Tournament - Fresno, Calif.

L, 5-2 W, 4-2 W, 4-1 L, 7-0 L, 6-2 W, 3-0 W, 2-1 W, 3-1 W, 8-6 L, 5-2 L, 6-4 L, 6-5 L, 8-3 W, 3-1 W, 4-2 W, 7-0 L ,4-0 W, 2-0 L, 4-3 W, 1-0 L ,4-0 W, 4-1 L, 7-2 W, 4-1 L, 6-2 L, 3-1 L, 8-0 L, 7-1 L, 5-2 L, 1-0 L, 7-2 L, 6-1 L, 12-8 L, 5-1 L, 3-2 L, 4-0 L ,7-2 L, 6-2 L, 2-1 L, 2-1 L, 2-0 L, 7-5 W, 3-1 W, 2-1 W, 4-3 L ,3-1 L, 3-0 W, 3-2 W, 5-1 L, 5-2 W, 2-0 L, 2-0 L, 8-2 L, 2-1 L, 8-6 L, 2-1

2007 (38-26, 11-13 C-USA) 2/9 2/9 2/10 2/10 2/11 2/16 2/16 2/17 2/17 2/18 2/21 2/21 2/23 2/23 2/24 2/24 2/25 2/27 2/28 3/1 3/1 3/2 3/2 3/4 3/4 3/10 3/10 3/11 3/15 3/15 3/17 3/17 3/18 3/21 3/21 3/24 3/24 3/25 3/28 3/28 3/31 3/31 4/1 4/4 4/10 4/11 4/11 4/14 4/14 4/15 4/21 4/21 4/22 4/28 4/28 4/29 5/5 5/5 5/6 5/10 5/10 5/11 5/11 5/12

Head Coach: Renee Luers-Gillispie Miami (Ohio)^ W, 6-3 Florida Atlan c^ L, 10-0 North Florida^ W, 2-0 Pi sburgh^ W, 2-0 North Florida^ L, 2-1 UCLA> L, 3-0 UNLV> L, 8-0 Colorado State> W, 1-0 Seton Hall> W, 6-2 Oklahoma State> W, 6-2 Hofstra L, 3-1 Hofstra W, 2-1 Albany# W, 1-0 Boston University# L, 6-5 George Mason# W, 4-0 Alabama State# W, 9-0 Villanova# L, 1-0 North Florida W, 1-0 Stetson L, 3-2 Eastern Michigan W, 4-2 Eastern Michigan W, 7-4 Jacksonville State+ W, 5-0 Virginia Tech+ L, 2-1 Holy Cross+ W, 9-0 South Alabama+ W, 3-2 at East Carolina* L, 3-0 at East Carolina* L, 1-0 at East Carolina* L, 3-1 Bethune-Cookman W, 9-1 Bethune-Cookman W, 18-2 Southern Miss* W, 2-0 Southern Miss* L, 6-3 Southern Miss* W, 5-0 Dartmouth W, 3-1 Dartmouth W, 5-1 at Tulsa* W, 3-0 at Tulsa* L, 7-4 at Tulsa* W, 7-1 at Florida State W, 1-0 at Florida State L, 8-3 Marshall* W, 4-3 Marshall* L, 7-0 Marshall* W, 5-0 at Stetson W, 1-0 at Jacksonville W, 4-2 Florida Atlan c W, 1-0 Florida Atlan c L, 1-0 UAB* L, 4-2 UAB* W, 5-2 UAB* W, 1-0 at Houston* L, 6-0 at Houston* L, 7-0 at Houston* L, 7-0 UTEP* W, 8-0 UTEP* W, 1-0 UTEP* W, 6-0 at Memphis* L, 2-1 at Memphis* L, 2-1 at Memphis* L, 2-1 Marshall! W, 5-3 Houston! L, 2-1 Tulsa! W, 1-0 East Carolina! W, 3-1 East Carolina! L, 1-0

* Conference USA Game ^ FAU Tournament - Boca Raton, Fla. > UNLV/Louisville Slugger Tournament - Las Vegas, Nev. # UCF Tournament - Orlando, Fla. + Altamonte Springs Tournament - Altamonte Springs, Fla. ! Conference USA Championship - Orlando, Fla.

* Atlan c Sun game ^ Clearwater Invita onal - Clearwater, Fla.

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Year-By-Year Results 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 Atlan c W, 3-0 3/26 at Florida Interna onal 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 * Conference USA game ^ UCF Tournament - Orlando, Fla. $ Hawaii Paradise Classic - Manoa, Hawaii ~ UCF Tournament II - Orlando, Fla. + Altamonte Springs Tournament - Altamonte Springs, Fla. > Exhibi on game - Altamonte Springs, Fla. & Conference USA Championship - Houston, Texas % NCAA Regional Tournament - Gainesville, Fla.

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2010 (36-23, 16-7 C-USA)

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

2/6 2/6 2/7 2/7 2/11 2/11 2/13 2/13 2/14 2/14 2/18 2/20 2/20 2/21 2/21 2/24 2/25 2/25 2/27 2/27 2/28 2/28 3/4 3/7 3/7 3/8 3/10 3/10 3/14 3/14 3/15 3/17 3/19 3/28 3/28 3/29 4/4 4/4 4/5 4/8 4/10 4/10 4/11 4/15 4/19 4/19 4/22 4/24 4/24 4/25 5/2 5/2 5/3 5/7

Head Coach: Renee Luers-Gillispie Texas Tech^ at Arizona State^ Oklahoma State^ Western Michigan^ North Florida North Florida Villanova! UT-Arlington! George Mason! Tennessee! at Jacksonville Portland State$ Illinois-Chicago$ Boston College$ Oklahoma State$ Centenary Bethune-Cookman Eastern Michigan Syracuse# Tennesee State# Florida A&M# Maine# Loyola (Ill.) at Tulsa* at Tulsa* at Tulsa* Ball State Kennesaw State UAB* UAB* UAB* FIU Iowa at East Carolina* at East Carolina* at East Carolina* Southern Miss* Southern Miss* Southern Miss* at Stetson Marshall* Marshall* Marshall* at Florida at Houston* at Houston* at Bethune-Cookman at Memphis* at Memphis* at Memphis* UTEP* UTEP* UTEP* Marshall&

L, 4-12 L, 7-10 W, 8-5 L, 1-10 W, 2-1 L, 5-7 L, 3-5 W, 5-1 W, 4-1 L, 0-1 W, 5-3 W, 5-3 W, 9-1 W, 2-1 L, 0-2 W, 7-3 W, 2-0 W, 5-4 L, 2-3 W, 9-7 W, 7-0 W, 5-0 L, 4-10 L, 6-7 L, 2-7 L, 2-8 L, 0-1 L, 1-3 W, 7-0 L, 4-7 W, 6-5 L, 6-8 L, 1-2 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 L, 0-5 L, 4-5 W, 2-1 W, 5-4 W, 4-3 W, 7-3 W, 3-0 L, 6-9 L, 0-3 L, 4-6 W, 3-1 W, 3-0 L, 0-2 W, 3-2 W, 4-3 W, 4-3 W, 5-2 L, 2-3 L, 1-2

* Conference USA game ^ Kajikawa Classic - Tempe, Ariz. ! UCF Early Bird Tournament - Orlando, Fla. $ UCF Comfort Suites Invita onal - Orlando, Fla. # UCF Invita onal - Orlando, Fla. & Conference USA Championship - El Paso, Texas

2/13 2/13 2/14 2/17 2/19 2/19 2/20 2/20 2/21 2/24 2/26 2/26 2/27 2/27 2/28 3/5 3/5 3/6 3/6 3/7 3/9 3/10 3/13 3/13 3/17 3/20 3/20 3/21 3/24 3/24 3/25 3/27 3/27 3/28 3/31 4/2 4/2 4/3 4/7 4/10 4/10 4/11 4/17 4/17 4/18 4/21 4/24 4/24 4/25 5/4 5/8 5/8 5/9 5/13 5/14 5/15 5/21 5/22 5/22

Head Coach: Renee Luers-Gillispie • NCAA Regional Tournament Tennessee^ W, 6-3 Georgia^ L, 0-12 Cha anooga^ L, 2-4 Stetson L, 1-7 South Carolina! W, 4-1 North Florida! W, 6-3 Villanova! W, 5-2 Troy! L, 0-1 Florida A&M! L, 2-3 at North Florida W, 5-3 Georgia Tech$ L, 0-1 Arkansas$ L, 0-6 Maryland$ L, 2-3 Nebraska$ W, 5-4 Alabama$ W, 3-2 Harvard# W, 9-0 College of Charleston# W, 4-1 Providence# W, 6-1 Boston College# W, 2-1 Georgia Southern# W, 4-3 Maine L, 4-6 Connec cut W, 5-1 Memphis* L, 0-1 Memphis* W, 2-1 Drake L, 0-5 Houston* W, 5-1 Houston* W, 2-1 Houston* W, 1-0 Ohio State W, 3-0 Cornell L, 3-4 Cornell W, 7-2 at Southern Miss* W, 7-4 at Southern Miss* W, 3-2 at Southern Miss* W, 8-0 Florida L, 3-4 East Carolina* L, 0-2 East Carolina* L, 0-2 East Carolina* L, 0-6 Florida State L, 1-6 at Marshall* W, 9-1 at Marshall* W, 8-4 at Marshall* W, 1-0 at UAB* L, 1-2 at UAB* L, 2-5 at UAB* W, 4-3 Bethune-Cookman W, 7-4 Tulsa* L, 1-0 Tulsa* W, 4-3 Tulsa* W, 2-1 Jacksonville W, 3-0 at UTEP* W, 4-3 at UTEP* W, 12-10 at UTEP* W, 7-5 vs. UTEP& W, 4-2 vs. Memphis& W, 3-1 vs. East Carolina& L, 1-3 vs. FIU+ W, 7-1 at No. 4 Florida+ L, 0-6 vs. FIU+ L, 0-7

* Conference USA game ^ NTC Elite Invita onal - Clermont, Fla. ! UCF Invita onal - Orlando, Fla. $ NFCA Leadoff Classic - Columbus, Ga. # UCF Tournament - Orlando, Fla. & Conference USA Championship - Houston, Texas + NCAA Regional Tournament - Gainesville, Fla.


All-Time Roster Alphabetical

Numerical

Alvarez, Cici**** ............................................ 2004-07 Baker, Ashley* ..................................................... 2005 Balogh, Nicole**............................................. 2004-07 Barrow, Hillary**** ........................................ 2007-10 Best, Stephanie****....................................... 2002-05 Bullard, Morgan****...................................... 2007-10 Bush, Lindsay* ................................................ 2002-03 Clark, Kaycee** .............................................. 2003-04 Cole, Ashleigh**** ......................................... 2007-10 Colson, Heather ................................................... 2006 Cooper, Lauren* .................................................. 2002 Council, Marquita* .............................................. 2008 Cummings, Danielle* ........................................... 2002 Cupp, Do e** ............................................... 2002-03 Dailey, Laura ........................................................ 2006 D’Alberto, Karen* ................................................ 2002 Dean, Lindsay**** ......................................... 2006-09 DeMello, Kris na** ........................................ 2009-10 Dixon, Tenisha* ................................................... 2009 Enders, Lindsay** ........................................... 2004-05 Feaster, Kacie**** ......................................... 2004-07 Frick, Shelly**** ............................................. 2005-08 Gilmore, Dana* ................................................... 2004 Green, Nikki**** ............................................ 2002-05 Gresham, Lexi*** ........................................... 2006-09 Hagin, Jamie* ...................................................... 2004 Hess, Tepora* ...................................................... 2002 Hipple, Bri any*.................................................. 2008 Holliday, Kazandra* ............................................. 2010 Javier, Breanne**** ....................................... 2006-09 Kime, Allison*** ............................................ 2006-08 Kleibl, Karen* ...................................................... 2002 Kra , Crystle** .............................................. 2004-05 Kurjack, Kris * ..................................................... 2002 Lamb, Amber**** .......................................... 2004-07 Land, Natalie** ....................................... 2009-pres. Lane, Tiffany*** ...................................... 2008-pres. Lindheim, Bry ani** ...................................... 2004-05 Manz, Lindsey* .................................................... 2002 Mar n, Lauren.................................................... 2006 McClain, Abby***.................................... 2008-pres. McIntyre, Kelly** ........................................... 2004-05 Menendez, Marissa* .................................. 2010-pres. Menough, Meghan* ............................................ 2002 Miller, Sarah* ...................................................... 2002 Murphy, Megan** .......................................... 2007-08 Newton, Michelle* .............................................. 2006 Oakley, Lindy** .............................................. 2002-03 Palafox, Arielle* ................................................... 2010 Palulis, Lindsey* ......................................... 2010-pres. Paul, Magon****............................................ 2006-09 Perez, Vanessa**..................................... 2009-pres. Rojas, Diana*** ....................................... 2008-pres. Sawyer, Taylor** ............................................ 2003-04 Schmidt, Rachelle*** ..................................... 2002-04 Schmi , Ashley* ......................................... 2010-pres. Shinhoster, Jania**** .................................... 2002-05 Simmons, Pysha**.......................................... 2002-03 Snapp, Cat**** ........................................... 2005-08 Sol s, Sam* ......................................................... 2010 Sprague, Kaliela .................................................. 2006 Tomase , Jennifer** ..................................... 2005-07 Tyler, Mary Helen** ....................................... 2009-10 Van Ryn, Ashley**** ...................................... 2005-08 Villoldo, Cris na* ................................................ 2003 Walters, Bri any ............................................... 2006 Wansa, Jenna* .................................................... 2003 Whitley, Jennifer** ........................................ 2003-04 Younger, Heather ............................................... 2006

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Karen D’Alberto ....................................................2002 Amber Lamb ................................................... 2004-07 Tiffany Lane ..............................................2008-pres.

Lindsey Manz ........................................................2002 Ashley Van Ryn ............................................... 2005-08 Vanessa Perez ................................................. 2009-10 Kellie Todd................................................2011-pres.

2 Jania Shinhoster ............................................. 2002-05 Lexi Gresham .................................................. 2006-09 Ashley Schmi ..........................................2010-pres.

3 Stephanie Best................................................ 2002-05 Magon Paul..................................................... 2006-09 Sam Sol s .............................................................2010 Lacey Dinney ............................................2011-pres.

15 Taylor Sawyer ................................................. 2003-04 Heather Colson .....................................................2006 Ashleigh Cole ........................................................2007 Tenisha Dixon .......................................................2009 Lindsey Palulis ..........................................2010-pres.

16 Arielle Palafox .......................................................2010

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Jenna Wansa.........................................................2003 Nicole Balogh.................................................. 2004-07 Kazandra Holliday .................................................2010

Lindsay Bush ................................................... 2002-03 Laura Mar n .........................................................2006

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Jamie Hagin ..........................................................2004 Breanne Javier ................................................ 2006-09

Hillary Barrow ................................................. 2007-10 Tawny Swan .............................................2011-pres.

6 Kris Kurjack .........................................................2002 Kacie Feaster .................................................. 2004-07 Marissa Menendez ...................................2010-pres.

7 Meghan Menough ................................................2002 Bry ani Lindheim ........................................... 2004-05 Laura Dailey ..........................................................2006 Diana Rojas ...........................................................2008 Mary Helen Tyler ............................................ 2009-10 Vanessa Perez ...........................................2011-pres.

8 Pysha Simmons............................................... 2002-03 Cici Alvarez ..................................................... 2004-07 Morgan Bullard ............................................... 2008-10

9 Lindy Oakley ................................................... 2002-03 Ashley Baker .........................................................2005 Morgan Bullard .....................................................2007 Abby McClain ...........................................2008-pres.

10 Kaycee Clark ................................................... 2003-04 Allison Kime .................................................... 2006-08 Diana Rojas ..............................................2009-pres.

11 Lauren Cooper ......................................................2002 Cris na Villoldo ....................................................2003 Shelly Frick...................................................... 2006-08 Natalie Land .............................................2009-pres.

18 19 Kara Kleibl .............................................................2002 Jennifer Whitley ...................................................2003 Kelly McIntyre.......................................................2004 Cat Snapp ....................................................... 2005-08 Allie Jest ...................................................2011-pres.

20 Lindsay Enders ................................................ 2004-05 Michelle Newton ..................................................2006

21 Tepora Hess ..........................................................2002 Dana Gilmore .......................................................2004 Shelly Frick............................................................2005 Kris na DeMello ............................................. 2009-10 Lindsay Selmer .........................................2010-pres.

22 Do e Cupp .................................................... 2002-03 Crystle Kra ................................................... 2004-05 Megan Murphy ............................................... 2007-08 Haley Douglas...........................................2011-pres.

23 Danielle Cummings...............................................2002 Lindsay Dean .................................................. 2006-09

24 Sarah Miller ..........................................................2002 Jennifer Tomase ................................................ 2005-07 Ashleigh Cole ........................................................ 2008-10

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Nikki Green ..................................................... 2002-05 Bri any Hipple......................................................2008 Mary Huff .................................................2011-pres.

Rachelle Schmidt ............................................ 2002-04 Kaliela Sprague .....................................................2006

Bold- indicates current player

13 Jennifer Whitley ...................................................2004 Kelly McIntyre.......................................................2005 Bri any Walters ....................................................2006 Marquita Council ............................................ 2007-08 Patrice Fee................................................2011-pres.

*-number of leƩers earned Bold- indicates current player

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Honors and Awards National Honors

Na onal NCAA Woman of the Year Nominee Stephanie Best..................................................... 2005 NFCA Na onal Player of the Week Stephanie Best.................................... March 19, 2003 Louisville Slugger/NFCA All-Northeast Region Second Team Ashleigh Cole ....................................................... 2010 Louisville Slugger/NFCA All-Mideast Region First Team Breanne Javier ..................................................... 2009 Louisville Slugger/NFCA All-Southeast Region First Team Allison Kime ......................................................... 2008 Allison Kime ......................................................... 2007 Stephanie Best..................................................... 2003 Jania Shinhoster .................................................. 2002 Second Team Stephanie Best..................................................... 2005 Lindsay Enders ..................................................... 2005 Stephanie Best..................................................... 2004 Do e Cupp ......................................................... 2002 ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District III First Team 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 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 Hillary Barrow ...................................................... 2010 Abby McClain ...................................................... 2010 Breanne Javier ..................................................... 2009 Abby McClain ...................................................... 2009 All-Freshman Team Marissa Menendez .............................................. 2010 Natalie Land......................................................... 2009 Vanessa Perez ...................................................... 2009 Tiffany Lane ......................................................... 2008 Abby McClain ...................................................... 2008 Hillary Barrow ...................................................... 2007

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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 All-Academic Team Natalie Land......................................................... 2010 Abby McClain ...................................................... 2010 Abby McClain ...................................................... 2009 Ashley Van Ryn .................................................... 2008 Cat Snapp ............................................................ 2008 Kacie Feaster ....................................................... 2007 Player of the Week 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 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 Do e Cupp ......................................................... 2003 Jania Shinhoster .................................................. 2003 Do e Cupp ......................................................... 2002 Second Team All-Conference Jania Shinhoster .................................................. 2005 Lindsay Enders ..................................................... 2004 Stephanie Best..................................................... 2002 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 Bry ani Lindheim ................................................ 2005 Jania Shinhoster .................................................. 2005 Jania Shinhoster .................................................. 2004 Jennifer Whitley .................................................. 2004 Stephanie Best..................................................... 2003 Lindsay Bush ........................................................ 2003 Kaycee Clark ........................................................ 2003 Do e Cupp ......................................................... 2003 Do e 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 Kra ........................................................ 2005 Amber Lamb ........................................................ 2005 Bry ani 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 D’Alberto ................................................... 2002 Sarah Miller ......................................................... 2002 Pysha Simmons.................................................... 2002 Player of the Week Crystal Kra ............................................Feb. 21, 2005 Crystal Kra ........................................ 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 Do e 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 Do e Cupp (Pitcher) ............................... May 6, 2002 Do e Cupp (Pitcher) .......................... March 18, 2002 Jania Shinhoster ................................. March 18, 2002 Jania Shinhoster .....................................Feb. 11, 2002


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 Hi ng Streak

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

No-Hitters

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 Tiffany Lane (5x) last Arielle Palafox Breanne Javier

Opponent East Carolina Florida A&M Georgia Tech Army Illinois Chicago Georgia Tech Army Army Mercer North Florida Florida A&M Villanova Memphis ---

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

Opponent East Carolina East Carolina Tulsa

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 3/1/08 3/13/10 4/5/08-5/4/08

Individual Fielding Category Chances Putouts Assists

No. 29 22 8

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

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

No. 15.0 13 18 17 5 2 3

Player Allison Kime Lindsay Enders Allison Kime Lindsay Enders Kris na DeMello (2x) last Allison Kime (4x) last Ashley Schmi

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

Date 3/8/08 5/20/05 3/28/07 5/20/05 2/27/09 3/8/08 2/13/10

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

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 (3x) last Memphis

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 3/13/10

No. 45 28 3

Opponent East Carolina East Carolina (4x) last Bethune-Cookman

Date 3/8/08 3/8/08 4/22/09

No. 15.0 14 14 18 11

Opponent East Carolina USF USF Florida State UTEP

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

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 Do e Cupp W, 11-0

Belmont 4/5/03 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 W, 3-0

Bethune-Cookman 2/15/06 7.0 IP, 0 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 0 BB, 4 K, 23 BF

Allison Kime W, 4-1

Boston College 3/7/06 7.0 IP, 0 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 0 BB, 7 K, 26 BF

Allison Kime W, 1-0

Stetson 4/4/07 7.0 IP, 0 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 2 BB, 7 K, 24 BF

Allison Kime W, 3-0

Florida Atlan c 3/25/08 7.0 IP, 0 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 0 BB, 10 K, 22 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) 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)

Team Fielding Category Putouts Assists Double Plays

Team Pitching Category Innings Pitched Runs Allowed Earned Runs Strikeouts Walks

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ng Average (min. 100 ab) Stephanie Best (2004) .............442 Stephanie Best (2003) .............403 Breanne Javier (2008) .............385 Tiffany Lane (2009)..................350 Stephanie Best (2005) .............348 Stephanie Best (2002) .............347 Jania Shinhoster (2004)...........339 Jania Shinhoster (2002)...........338 Abby McClain (2009) ...............333 Tiffany Lane (2008)..................330 Kacie Feaster (2007) ................330

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. Abby McClain (2009) ...............546 8. Tiffany Lane (2009)..................544 9. Lindsay Manz (2002) ...............503 10. Four ed at..............................500 On-Base Percentage (min. 100 ab) 1. Stephanie Best (2004) .............562 2. Stephanie Best (2005) .............496 3. Stephanie Best (2003) .............479 4. Breanne Javier (2008) .............434 5. Tiffany Lane (2009)..................422 6. Tiffany Lane (2008)..................421 7. Abby McClain (2009) ...............411 8. Cici Alvarez (2006)...................409 9. Stephanie Best (2002) .............405 10. Jania Shinhoster (2004)...........401 Jania Shinhoster (2002)...........401 Stolen Base Percentage (min. 10 a .) 1. Natalie Land (2009) ..............1.000 Kacie Feaster (2007) .............1.000 3. Cici Alvarez (2006)...................957 4. Danielle Cummings (2002) ......933 5. Lindsey Manz (2002) ...............923 6. Marquita Council (2008) .........909 Rachelle Schmidt (2004) .........909 8. Tiffany Lane (2008)..................875 Jania Shinhoster (2003)...........875 10. Cici Alvarez (2005)...................862 Games Played 1. Stephanie Best (2005) ...............77 Cat Snapp (2005).......................77 Cici Alvarez (2005).....................77 4. Jania Shinhoster (2005).............76 5. Crystle Kra (2005) ..................75 6. Kacie Feaster (2005) ..................73 7. Bry ani 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

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Crystle Kra (2005) ..................74 Kacie Feaster (2005) ..................72 Tiffany Lane (2008)....................69 Marquita Council (2008) ...........69 Hillary Barrow (2008) ................69 Breanne Javier (2008) ...............69 Bry ani Lindheim (2005) ..........69

At Bats 1. Jania Shinhoster (2005)...........228 2. Crystle Kra (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. Rachelle Schmidt (2003) ...........46 6. Jania Shinhoster (2003).............45 7. Jania Shinhoster (2002).............44 Stephanie Best (2002) ...............44 9. Nikki Green (2003) ....................42 10. Cici Alvarez (2005).....................40 Jania Shinhoster (2004).............40 Hits 1. 2. 3. 4.

Breanne Javier (2008) ...............85 Stephanie Best (2003) ...............83 Jania Shinhoster (2002).............74 Tiffany Lane (2008)....................72 Stephanie Best (2004) ...............72 6. Kacie Feaster (2007) ..................70 Jania Shinhoster (2005).............70 Stephanie Best (2005) ...............70 9. Marquita Council (2008) ...........65 10. Jania Shinhoster (2004).............63 Rachelle Schmidt (2003) ...........63 Doubles 1. Abby McClain (2009) .................16 Hillary Barrow (2009) ................16 Rachelle Schmidt (2002) ...........16 4. Crystle Kra (2004) ..................15 Do e Cupp (2003)....................15 6. Rachelle Schmidt (2003) ...........14 Jania Shinhoster (2002).............14 Lindsay Bush (2002) ..................14 9. Jania Shinhoster (2005).............13 Crystle Kra (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. Jania Shinhoster (2005)...............4 Stephanie Best (2003) .................4 Jania Shinhoster (2002)...............4 Stephanie Best (2002) .................4 8. Eight ed at .................................3

Home Runs 1. Stephanie Best (2005) ...............26 2. Stephanie Best (2003) ...............18 3. Stephanie Best (2004) ...............16 4. Jania Shinhoster (2002).............12 5. Crystle Kra (2005) ..................11 Stephanie Best (2002) ...............11 7. Jania Shinhoster (2004).............10 Lindsey Manz (2002) .................10 9. Kacie Feaster (2007) ....................7 Do e Cupp (2003)......................7 RBI 1. 2. 3. 4.

Stephanie Best (2003) ...............66 Stephanie Best (2005) ...............60 Stephanie Best (2004) ...............48 Hillary Barrow (2010) ................43 Jania Shinhoster (2002).............43 6. Crystle Kra (2005) ..................42 7. Jania Shinhoster (2004).............41 8. Breanne Javier (2008) ...............40 Hillary Barrow (2008) ................40 10. 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 Kra (2005) ................113 6. Stephanie Best (2002) .............111 7. Jania Shinhoster (2004)...........109 8. Kacie Feaster (2007) ................106 Jania Shinhoster (2005)...........106 10. Breanne Javier (2008) .............104 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. Do e 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. Abby McClain (2009) ...................8 2. Natalie Land (2009) .....................7 3. Abby McClain (2010) ...................6 Marquita Council (2008) .............6 5. Vanessa Perez (2009) ..................5 Arielle Palafox (2010) ..................5 Jania Shinhoster (2005)...............5 Cat Snapp (2005).........................5 Nikki Green (2003) ......................5 10. Six ed at ....................................4 Sacrifice Flies 1. Hillary Barrow (2008) ..................5 Rachelle Schmidt (2003) .............5 3. Lindsay Dean (2009)....................4 Amber Lamb (2004) ....................4 5. Breanne Javier (2009) .................3 Cat Snapp (2008).........................3 Hillary Barrow (2007) ..................3

Cat Snapp (2007).........................3 Jennifer Whitley (2004)...............3 Do e Cupp (2003)......................3 Stephanie Best (2002) .................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. Natalie Land (2009) ...................11 Bry ani Lindheim (2005) ..........11 Stolen Bases 1. Tiffany Lane (2008)....................28 2. Cici Alvarez (2005).....................25 Jania Shinhoster (2005).............25 4. Cici Alvarez (2006).....................22 5. Natalie Land (2010) ...................20 6. Kacie Feaster (2007) ..................19 Jania Shinhoster (2002).............19 8. Cici Alvarez (2004).....................17 9. Jania Shinhoster (2004).............16 10. Cici Alvarez (2007).....................15 Steal A empts 1. Tiffany Lane (2008)....................32 2. Jania Shinhoster (2005).............30 3. Cici Alvarez (2005).....................29 4. Natalie Land (2010) ...................24 5. Cici Alvarez (2007).....................23 Cici Alvarez (2006).....................23 Jania Shinhoster (2002).............23 8. Tiffany Lane (2010)....................21 9. Cici Alvarez (2004).....................20 10. Kacie Feaster (2007) ..................19 Jania Shinhoster (2004).............19

Fielding Fielding Percentage (min. 25 chances) 1. Mary Helen Tyler (2010) ......1.000 Lexi Gresham (2008) ............1.000 3. Lindsay Bush (2003) ................997 4. Cat Snapp (2008).....................993 5. Nikki Green (2004) ..................992 Nikki Green (2003) ..................992 7. Breanne Javier (2008) .............991 8. Cat Snapp (2006).....................990 9. Nikki Green (2005) ..................989 Cici Alvarez (2004)...................989 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. Cat Snapp (2005).....................388 9. Lindsay Dean (2008)................373 10. Nikki Green (2004) ..................360


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. Cat Snapp (2005).....................352 9. Lindsay Dean (2008)................332 10. Nikki Green (2004) ..................329 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 Kra (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 Caugh 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 (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. 25 IP) 1. Allison Kime (2007) ................0.87 2. Do e Cupp (2002).................1.11 3. Allison Kime (2008) ................1.17 4. Lindsay Enders (2004) ............1.59 5. Allison Kime (2006) ................1.64

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Kelly McIntyre (2004) .............1.65 Ashleigh Cole (2010) ..............1.66 Lindsay Enders (2005) ............1.83 Ashleigh Cole (2007) ..............1.86 Do e Cupp (2003).................1.86

Opponent Ba ng Average (Min. 25 IP) 1. Allison Kime (2007) .................159 2. Dana Gilmore (2004) ...............160 3. Do e 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. Pysha Simmons (2003) ............219 Strikeouts per Seven Innings (Min. 25 IP) 1. Allison Kime (2008) ................8.23 2. Allison Kime (2007) ................6.99 3. Do e Cupp (2002).................6.98 4. Allison Kime (2006) ................6.86 5. Do e Cupp (2003).................6.08 6. Kris n DeMello (2009) ...........5.75 7. Dana Gilmore (2004) ..............5.48 8. Kris na DeMello (2010) .........5.37 9. Lexi Gresham (2007) ..............4.89 10. Ashley Baker (2005) ...............4.84 Walks per Seven Innings (Min. 25 IP) 1. Kelly McIntyre (2004) .............0.72 2. Do e 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. Do e 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 Do e Cupp (2002)....................26 4. Allison Kime (2007) ...................24 Ashleigh Cole (2010) .................24 6. Lindsay Enders (2004) ...............20 7. Do e Cupp (2003)....................18 8. Ashleigh Cole (2009) .................17 9. Taylor Sawyer (2003).................16 Pysha Simmons (2002) ..............16 Losses 1. Allison Kime (2006) ...................18 2. Lindsay Enders (2005) ...............14 Ashleigh Cole (2010) .................14 4. Allison Kime (2007) ...................13 Do e Cupp (2003)....................13 6. Allison Kime (2008) ...................12 Taylor Sawyer (2003).................12 8. Magon Paul (2009) ......................9 Ashleigh Cole (2007) ...................9 Magon Paul (2006) ......................9

Saves 1. Allison Kime (2007) .....................2 Lindsay Enders (2005) .................2 Dana Gilmore (2004) ...................2 Kelly McIntyre (2004) ..................2 Taylor Sawyer (2004)...................2 Do e Cupp (2003)......................2 7. Seven ed 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. Do e Cupp (2003)....................38 7. Do e Cupp (2002)....................37 8. Ashleigh Cole (2009) .................36 9. Taylor Sawyer (2003).................35 10. Lindsay Enders (2004) ...............32 Games Started 1. Allison Kime (2008) ...................42 2. Lindsay Enders (2005) ...............41 3. Ashleigh Cole (2010) .................37 4. Allison Kime (2007) ...................34 5. Do e Cupp (2003)....................32 6. Allison Kime (2006) ...................31 7. Lindsay Enders (2004) ...............27 Taylor Sawyer (2003).................27 Do e Cupp (2002)....................27 10. Pysha Simmons (2002) ..............24 Complete Games 1. Allison Kime (2008) ...................36 Lindsay Enders (2005) ...............36 3. Ashleigh Cole (2010) .................34 Allison Kime (2007) ...................34 5. Allison Kime (2006) ...................26 6. Do e Cupp (2002)....................25 7. Lindsay Enders (2004) ...............24 Do e Cupp (2003)....................24 9. Taylor Sawyer (2003).................21 10. Ashleigh Cole (2009) .................16 Pysha Simmons (2002) ..............16 Shutouts 1. Allison Kime (2007) ...................15 2. Allison Kime (2008) ...................14 3. Do e Cupp (2002)....................13 4. Lindsay Enders (2005) .................8 5. Lindsay Enders (2004) .................7 Do e Cupp (2003)......................7 7. Ashleigh Cole (2010) ...................5 Allison Kime (2006) .....................5 9. Taylor Sawyer (2003)...................4 10. Ashleigh Cole (2009) ...................3 Taylor Sawyer (2004)...................3 Kelly McIntyre (2005) ..................3 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. Allison Kime (2006) ..............226.2 6. Do e Cupp (2003)...............218.2 7. Do e Cupp (2002)...............213.2

8. Lindsay Enders (2004) ..........189.1 9. Ashleigh Cole (2009) ............188.0 10. Taylor Sawyer (2003)............174.0 Strikeouts 1. Allison Kime (2008) .................359 2. Allison Kime (2007) .................266 3. Allison Kime (2006) .................222 4. Do e Cupp (2002)..................213 5. Lindsay Enders (2005) .............193 6. Do e Cupp (2003)..................190 7. Ashleigh Cole (2010) ...............170 8. Lindsay Enders (2004) .............127 9. Ashleigh Cole (2009) ...............106 10. Ashleigh Cole (2008) .................97 Walks 1. Lindsay Enders (2005) .............104 2. Allison Kime (2006) ...................90 3. Ashleigh Cole (2010) .................80 4. Allison Kime (2007) ...................79 5. Allison Kime (2008) ...................71 6. Lindsay Enders (2004) ...............59 7. Do e Cupp (2003)....................56 8. Taylor Sawyer (2003).................50 9. Kris na DeMello (2009) ............49 10. Pysha Simmons (2002) ..............44 Hits Allowed 1. Lindsay Enders (2005) .............229 2. Ashleigh Cole (2010) ...............199 Allison Kime (2008) .................199 4. Do e Cupp (2003)..................181 5. Allison Kime (2006) .................177 6. Ashleigh Cole (2009) ...............173 7. Pysha Simmons (2002) ............168 8. Taylor Sawyer (2003)...............160 9. Allison Kime (2007) .................146 10. Ashleigh Cole (2008) ...............133 Do e Cupp (2002)..................133 Runs Allowed 1. Lindsay Enders (2005) .............110 2. Allison Kime (2006) ...................86 3. Do e Cupp (2003)....................85 4. Ashleigh Cole (2010) .................84 5. Pysha Simmons (2002) ..............83 6. Ashleigh Cole (2009) .................80 7. Taylor Sawyer (2003).................75 8. Allison Kime (2008) ...................74 9. Lindsay Enders (2004) ...............65 10. Ashleigh Cole (2008) .................61 Earned Runs Allowed 1. Lindsay Enders (2005) ...............77 2. Ashleigh Cole (2009) .................65 3. Ashleigh Cole (2010) .................62 4. Pysha Simmons (2002) ..............61 5. Do e Cupp (2003)....................58 6. Allison Kime (2006) ...................53 7. Taylor Sawyer (2003).................52 8. Allison Kime (2008) ...................51 9. Magon Paul (2006) ....................48 10. Ashleigh Cole (2008) .................46

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Ba ng Average (Min. 100 ABs) 1. Stephanie Best (2002-05)........384 2. Tiffany Lane (2008-pres.) .......327 3. Breanne Javier (2006-09) ........322 4. Marquita Council (2008) .........316 Jania Shinhoster (2002-05) .....316 6. Rachelle Schmidt (2002-04) ....293 7. Cici Alvarez (2004-07) .............288 Lindsey Manz (2002) ...............288 9. Amber Lamb (2004-07) ...........285 10. Natalie Land (2009-pres.).......283 Slugging Percentage (Min. 100 ABs) 1. Stephanie Best (2002-05)........756 2. Jania Shinhoster (2002-05) .....522 3. Lindsey Manz (2002) ...............503 4. Do e Cupp (2002-03) ............477 5. Tiffany Lane (2008-pres.) .......473 6. Crystle Kra (2004-05) ...........451 7. Rachelle Schmidt (2002-04) ....429 8. Kacie Feaster (2004-07) ..........407 9. Abby McClain (2008-pres.).....404 10. Breanne Javier (2006-09) ........401 On-Base Precentage (Min. 100 ABs) 1. Stephanie Best (2002-05)........487 2. Tiffany Lane (2008-pres.) .......405 3. Marquita Council (2008) .........400 4. Jania Shinhoster (2002-05) .....390 5. Lindsey Manz (2002) ...............383 6. Do e Cupp (2002-03) ............372 7. Cici Alvarez (2004-07) .............366 8. Natalie Land (2009-pres.).......366 9. Breanne Javier (2006-09) ........363 10. Abby McClain (2008-pres.).....360 Stolen Base Percentage (Min. 10 A .) 1. Crystle Kra (2004-05) ...........938 Ashley Van Ryn (2006-08) .......938 3. Danielle Cummings (2002) ......933 4. Lindsey Manz (2002) ...............923 5. Breanne Javier (2006-pres.) ....917 6. Marquita Council (2008) .........909 7. Natalie Land (2009-pres.).......895 8. Jania Shinhoster (2002-05) .....841 9. Kacie Feaster (2004-07) ..........837 10. Cici Alvarez (2004-07) .............832 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. Nikki Green (2002-05) .............207 9. Cat Snapp (2005-08) ...............197 10. Abby McClain (2008-pres.).....176 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. Amber Lamb (2004-07) ............222

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8. Nikki Green (2002-05) ..............199 9. Cat Snapp (2005-08) .................187 10. Abby McClain (2008-pres.) ......176 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-pres.) .......539 9. Rachelle Schmidt (2002-04) ....508 10. Abby McClain (2008-pres.).....497 Runs 1. Stephanie Best (2002-05)........216 2. Jania Shinhoster (2002-05) .....163 3. Cici Alvarez (2004-07) .............132 4. Tiffany Lane (2008-pres.) .......122 5. Hillary Barrow (2007-10) ...........99 6. Kacie Feaster (2004-07) ............98 7. Rachelle Schmidt (2002-04) ......94 8. Amber Lamb (2004-07) .............90 9. Breanne Javier (2006-09) ..........89 10. Abby McClain (2008-pres.).......80 Hits 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Stephanie Best (2002-04)........285 Jania Shinhoster (2002-04) .....268 Breanne Javier (2006-09) ........245 Cici Alvarez (2004-07) .............207 Amber Lamb (2004-07) ...........200 Kacie Feaster (2004-07) ..........190 Hillary Barrow (2007-10) .........181 Tiffany Lane (2008-pres.) .......176 Rachelle Schmidt (2002-04) ....149 Abby McClain (2008-pres.).....136

Doubles 1. Jania Shinhoster (2002-05) .......50 2. Hillary Barrow (2007-10) ...........42 3. Amber Lamb (2004-07) .............40 4. Stephanie Best (2002-05)..........38 5. Rachelle Schmidt (2002-04) ......37 6. Breanne Javier (2006-09) ..........36 7. Kacie Feaster (2004-07) ............32 Abby McClain (2008-pres.).......32 9. Crystle Kra (2004-05) .............28 10. Do e Cupp (2002-03) ..............25 Triples 1. Tiffany Lane (2008-pres.) .........21 2. Stephanie Best (2002-05)..........13 Jania Shinhoster (2002-05) .......13 4. Kacie Feaster (2004-07) ..............5 5. Rachelle Schmidt (2002-04) ........4 6. Abby McClain (2008-pres.) .........3 Marissa Menendez (2010-pres.)...3 Breanne Javier (2006-09) ............3 Tenisha Dixon (2009) ...................3 Ashley Van Ryn (2005-08) ...........3 Crystle Kra (2004-05) ...............3 Do e Cupp (2002-03) ................3 Home Runs 1. Stephanie Best (2002-05)..........71 2. Jania Shinhoster (2002-05) .......33

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Kacie Feaster (2004-07) ............14 Crystle Kra (2004-05) .............13 Do e Cupp (2002-03) ..............13 Hillary Barrow (2007-10) ...........12 Amber Lamb (2004-07) .............11 Lindsey Manz (2002) .................10 Abby McClain (2008-pres.).........9 Lindsay Dean (2006-09) ..............9

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 Kacie Feaster (2004-07) ............89 Rachelle Schmidt (2002-04) ......82 Abby McClain (2008-pres.).......67 Crystle Kra (2004-05) .............67 Do e Cupp (2002-03) ..............67

Total Bases 1. Stephanie Best (2002-05)........562 2. Jania Shinhoster (2002-05) .....443 3. Breanne Javier (2006-09) ........305 4. Amber Lamb (2004-07) ...........275 5. Kacie Feaster (2004-07) ..........274 6. Hillary Barrow (2007-10) .........263 7. Tiffany Lane (2008-pres.) .......255 8. Rachelle Schmidt (2002-04) ....218 9. Cici Alvarez (2004-07) .............214 10. Abby McClain (2008-pres.).....201 Walks 1. Stephanie Best (2002-05)........147 2. Jania Shinhoster (2002-05) .......94 3. Cici Alvarez (2004-07) ...............88 4. Hillary Barrow (2007-10) ...........74 5. Tiffany Lane (2008-pres.) .........68 6. Amber Lamb (2004-07) .............59 7. Nikki Green (2002-05) ...............58 8. Do e Cupp (2002-03) ..............55 9. Abby McClain (2008-pres.).......53 10. Breanne Javier (2006-09) ..........46 Inten onal Walks 1. Stephanie Best (2002-05)..........28 2. Amber Lamb (2004-07) ...............4 Breanne Javier (2006-09) ............4 Hillary Barrow (2007-10) .............4 5. Kacie Feaster (2004-07) ..............3 6. Tiffany Lane (2008-pres.) ...........2 Arielle Palafox (2010) ..................2 Allison Kime (2006-08) ................2 Jania Shinhoster (2002-05) .........2 10. Mary Helen Tyler (2009-10) ........1 Marquita Council (2008) .............1 Do e Cupp (2002-03) ................1 Hit by Pitch 1. Abby McClain (2008-pres.).......16 2. Cat Snapp (2005-08) .................13 3. Natalie Land (2009-pres.).........10 Hillary Barrow (2007-10) ...........10 Stephanie Best (2002-05)..........10 Nikki Green (2002-05) ...............10 7. Jania Shinhoster (2002-05) .........9 8. Vanessa Perez (2009-pres.) ........8 9. Breanne Javier (2006-09) ............7 Rachelle Schmidt (2002-04) ........7

Sacrifice Flies 1. Hillary Barrow (2007-10) .............9 2. Amber Lamb (2004-07) ...............7 Stephanie Best (2002-05)............7 Rachelle Schmidt (2002-04) ........7 5. Breanne Javier (2006-09) ............6 Cat Snapp (2005-08) ...................6 7. Jennifer Whitley (2003-04) .........5 8. Abby McClain (2008-pres.).........4 Lindsay Dean (2006-09) ..............4 Kacie Feaster (2004-07) ..............4 Sacrifice Hits 1. Cici Alvarez (2004-07) ...............98 2. Kacie Feaster (2004-07) ............36 3. Natalie Land (2009-pres.).........28 4. Ashleigh Cole (2007-10) ............25 5. Hillary Barrow (2007-10) ...........24 Nikki Green (2002-05) ...............24 7. Breanne Javier (2006-09) ..........22 8. Cat Snapp (2005-08) .................21 9. Lindsay Dean (2006-09) ............20 10. Bry ani Lindheim (2004-05) .....19 Stolen Bases 1. Cici Alvarez (2004-07) ...............79 2. Jania Shinhoster (2002-05) .......74 3. Tiffany Lane (2008-pres.) .........49 4. Stephanie Best (2002-05)..........47 5. Kacie Feaster (2004-07) ............36 6. Natalie Land (2009-pres.)..........34 7. Rachelle Schmidt (2002-04) ......18 8. Hillary Barrow (2007-10) ...........15 Morgan Bullard (2007-10) .........15 Ashley Van Ryn (2005-08) .........15 Crystle Kra (2004-05) .............15 Steal A empts 1. Cici Alvarez (2004-07) ...............95 2. Jania Shinhoster (2002-05) .......88 3. Tiffany Lane (2008-pres.) .........61 4. Stephanie Best (2002-05)..........58 5. Kacie Feaster (2004-07) ............43 6. Natalie Land (2009-pres.).........38 7. Morgan Bullard (2007-10) .........22 Rachelle Schmidt (2002-04) ......22 9. Hillary Barrow (2007-10) ...........21 10. Nikki Green (2002-05) ...............17

Fielding Fielding Percentage (min. 100 chances) 1. Lindsay Bush (2002-03) ............991 2. Nikki Green (2002-05) ..............988 3. Breanne Javier (2006-09)..........987 4. Cat Snapp (2005-08) .................986 5. Vanessa Perez (2009-pres.)......985 Sarah Miller (2002) ...................985 7. Arielle Palafox (2010)................984 Lindsay Dean (2006-pres.) ........984 9. Kacie Feaster (2004-07) ............978 10. Taylor Sawyer (2003-04) ...........973 Chances 1. Breanne Javier (2006-09)........2067 2. Nikki Green (2002-05) ............1373 3. Stephanie Best (2002-05) .......1077 4. Lindsay Dean (2006-09) ............980 5. Hillary Barrow (2007-10) ..........935 6. Cat Snapp (2005-08) .................904


Career Records 7. 8. 9. 10.

Cici Alvarez (2004-07) ...............737 Abby McClain (2008-pres.) ......715 Lindsay Bush (2002-03) ............658 Tiffany Lane (2008-pres.) .........655

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. Lindsay Bush (2002-03) ............585 6. Abby McClain (2008-pres.) ......532 7. Kacie Feaster (2004-07) ............528 8. Sarah Miller (2002) ...................428 9. Stephanie Best (2002-05) .........422 10. Jennifer Whitley (2003-04) .......354 Assists 1. Stephanie Best (2002-05) .........558 2. Hillary Barrow (2007-10) ..........541 3. Cici Alvarez (2004-2007) ...........470 4. Tiffany Lane (2008-pres.) .........374 5. Crystle Kra (2004-05) ............264 6. Allison Kime (2006-08) .............251 7. Amber Lamb (2004-2007) ........248 8. Natalie Land (2009-pres.) ........237 9. Ashleigh Cole (2007-10) ...........210 10. Abby McClain (2008-pres.) ......160 Errors 1. Stephanie Best (2002-05) ...........97 2. Hillary Barrow (2007-10) ............63 3. Amber Lamb (2004-07) ..............59 4. Tiffany Lane (2008-pres.) ...........44 5. Crystle Kra (2004-05) ..............39 6. Cici Alvarez (2004-07) .................31 7. Breanne Javier (2006-09)............27 8. Natalie Land (2009-pres.) ..........25 9. Abby McClain (2008-pres.) ........24 10. Jennifer Whitley (2003-04) .........22 Most Double Plays Turned 1. Breanne Javier (2006-09)............62 2. Hillary Barrow (2007-10) ............32 Stephanie Best (2002-05) ...........32 4. Natalie Land (2009-pres.) ...........27 5. Nikki Green (2002-05) ................25 6. Tiffany Lane (2008-pres.) ............22 7. Crystle Kra (2004-05) ..............20 8. Abby McClain (2008-pres.) ........18 9. Cici Alvarez (2004-07) .................15 10. Marissa Menendez (2010-pres.) ...14

Pitching Earned Run Average (Min. 50.0 IP) 1. Allison Kime (2006-08) ............1.20 2. Do e Cupp (2002-03) .............1.49 3. Lindsay Enders (2004-05) ........1.74 4. Ashleigh Cole (2007-10) ..........2.01 5. Taylor Sawyer (2003-04) ..........2.05 6. Kelly McIntyre (2004-05) .........2.09 7. Lexi Gresham (2006-09) ..........2.54 8. Kris na DeMello (2009-10)......2.59 9. Pysha Simmons (2002-03) .......2.79 10. Ashley Baker (2005-06)............3.44 Lowest Opponent Batting Avg. (Min. 50.0 IP) 1. Allison Kime (2006-08) .............183 2. Do e Cupp (2002-03) ..............200

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Lindsay Enders (2004-05) .........203 Ashleigh Cole (2007-10) ...........221 Taylor Sawyer (2003-04) ...........236 Kelly McIntyre (2004-05) ..........241 Kris na DeMello (2009-10).......253 Pysha Simmons (2002-03) ........258 Diana Rojas (2008-pres.) .........278 Lexi Gresham (2006-09) ...........286

Most Strikeouts Per Seven Inn. (Min. 50.0 IP) 1. Allison Kime (2006-08) ............7.43 2. Do e Cupp (2002-03) .............6.53 3. Kris na DeMello (2009-10)......5.57 4. Lindsay Enders (2004-05) ........4.63 5. Lexi Gresham (2006-09) ..........4.54 6. Ashleigh Cole (2007-10) ..........4.36 7. Jennifer Tomase (2005-07) ...4.22 8. Ashley Baker (2005-06)............3.85 9. Kelly McIntyre (2004-05) .........3.68 10. Taylor Sawyer (2003-04) ..........3.57 Wins 1. Allison Kime (2006-08) ...............71 2. Ashleigh Cole (2007-10) .............62 3. Lindsay Enders (2004-05) ...........46 4. Do e Cupp (2002-03) ................44 5. Taylor Sawyer (2003-04) .............27 6. Kelly McIntyre (2004-05) ............20 7. Pysha Simmons (2002-03) ..........19 8. Kris na DeMello (2009-10).........16 9. Lexi Gresham (2006-09) ...............8 10. Ashley Baker (2005-06).................7 Losses 1. Allison Kime (2006-08) ...............43 2. Ashleigh Cole (2007-10) .............38 3. Lindsay Enders (2004-05) ...........22 4. Do e Cupp (2002-03) ................19 5. Magon Paul (2006-09) ................18 Taylor Sawyer (2003-04) .............18 7. Kris na DeMello (2009-10).........14 Ashley Baker (2005-06)...............14 9. Kelly McIntyre (2004-05) ............13 Pysha Simmons (2002-03) ..........13 Saves 1. 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 Do e Cupp (2002-03) ..................2 8. Diana Rojas (2008-pres.) .............1 Kris na DeMello (2009-10)...........1 Jennifer Tomase (2005-07) ........1 Ashley Baker (2005-06).................1 Lindy Oakley (2002-03).................1 Appearances 1. Allison Kime (2006-08) .............129 2. Ashleigh Cole (2007-10) ...........125 3. Lindsay Enders (2004-05) ...........83 4. Do e Cupp (2002-03) ................75 5. Taylor Sawyer (2003-04) .............59 6. Kris na DeMello (2009-10).........46 7. Pysha Simmons (2002-03) ..........44 Kelly McIntyre (2004-05) ............44

9. Magon Paul (2006-09) ................35 10. Ashley Baker (2005-06)...............34 Games Started 1. Allison Kime (2006-08) .............107 2. Ashleigh Cole (2007-10) .............93 3. Lindsay Enders (2004-05) ...........68 4. Do e Cupp (2002-03) ................59 5. Taylor Sawyer (2003-04) .............43 6. Pysha Simmons (2002-03) ..........33 7. Kelly McIntyre (2004-05) ............32 8. Kris na DeMello (2009-10).........31 9. Magon Paul (2006-09) ................28 10. Lexi Gresham (2006-09) .............21 Ashley Baker (2005-06)...............21 Complete Games 1. Allison Kime (2006-08) ...............96 2. Ashleigh Cole (2007-10) .............73 3. Lindsay Enders (2004-05) ...........60 4. Do e Cupp (2002-03) ................49 5. Taylor Sawyer (2003-04) .............28 6. Pysha Simmons (2002-03) ..........21 7. Kelly McIntyre (2004-05) ............18 8. Kris na DeMello (2009-10).........15 9. Ashley Baker (2005-06)...............10 10. Magon Paul (2006-09) ..................8 Lindy Oakley (2002-03).................8 Shutouts 1. Allison Kime (2006-08) ...............34 2. Do e Cupp (2002-03) ................20 3. Lindsay Enders (2004-05) ...........15 4. Ashleigh Cole (2007-10) .............12 5. Taylor Sawyer (2003-04) ...............7 6. Kelly McIntyre (2004-05) ..............5 7. Pysha Simmons (2002-03) ............3 8. Kris na DeMello (2009-10)...........2 Magon Paul (2006-09) ..................2 Dana Gilmore (2004) ....................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. Do e Cupp (2002-03) ...........432.1 5. Taylor Sawyer (2003-04) ........284.0 6. Kelly McIntyre (2004-05) .......211.1 7. Kris na DeMello (2009-10)....211.0 8. Pysha Simmons (2002-03) .....208.1 9. Ashley Baker (2005-06)..........138.1 10. Magon Paul (2006-09) ...........136.2 Hits Allowed 1. Ashleigh Cole (2007-10) ...........580 2. Allison Kime (2006-08) .............522 3. Lindsay Enders (2004-05) .........360 4. Do e Cupp (2002-03) ..............314 5. Taylor Sawyer (2003-04) ...........254 6. Pysha Simmons (2002-03) ........215 7. Kris na DeMello (2009-10).......201 8. Kelly McIntyre (2004-05) ..........197 9. Magon Paul (2006-09) ..............175 10. Ashley Baker (2005-06).............165 Runs Allowed 1. Ashleigh Cole (2007-10) ...........285 2. Allison Kime (2006-08) .............213 3. Lindsay Enders (2004-05) .........175

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Do e Cupp (2002-03) ..............128 Pysha Simmons (2002-03) ........117 Taylor Sawyer (2003-04) ...........114 Kris na DeMello (2009-10).......109 Magon Paul (2006-09) ..............103 Kelly McIntyre (2004-05) ............91 Ashley Baker (2005-06)...............87

Earned Runs Allowed 1. Ashleigh Cole (2007-10) ...........202 2. Allison Kime (2006-08) .............137 3. Lindsay Enders (2004-05) .........120 4. Do e Cupp (2002-03) ................92 5. Magon Paul (2006-09) ................84 6. Taylor Sawyer (2003-04) .............83 Pysha Simmons (2002-03) ..........83 8. Kris na DeMello (2009-10).........78 9. Ashley Baker (2005-06)...............68 10. Kelly McIntyre (2004-05) ............63 Walks 1. Allison Kime (2006-08) .............240 2. Ashleigh Cole (2007-10) ...........190 3. Lindsay Enders (2004-05) .........163 4. Do e Cupp (2002-03) ................88 5. Kris na DeMello (2009-10).........86 6. Taylor Sawyer (2003-04) .............84 7. Pysha Simmons (2002-03) ..........71 8. Ashley Baker (2005-06)...............49 9. Diana Rojas (2008-pres.) ...........46 10. Magon Paul (2006-09) ................41 Strikeouts 1. Allison Kime (2006-08) .............847 2. Ashleigh Cole (2007-10) ...........438 3. Do e Cupp (2002-03) ..............403 4. Lindsay Enders (2004-05) .........320 5. Kris na DeMello (2009-10).......168 6. Taylor Sawyer (2003-04) ...........145 7. Kelly McIntyre (2004-05) ..........111 8. Pysha Simmons (2002-03) ..........82 9. Ashley Baker (2005-06)...............76 10. Lexi Gresham (2006-09) .............59 Hit Batsmen 1. Ashleigh Cole (2007-10) .............94 2. Allison Kime (2006-08) ...............45 3. Lindsay Enders (2004-05) ...........40 4. Kris na DeMello (2009-10).........29 5. Do e Cupp (2002-03) ................25 6. Taylor Sawyer (2003-04) .............22 7. Pysha Simmons (2002-03) ..........13 8. Kelly McIntyre (2004-05) ............11 Magon Paul (2006-09) ................11 10. Ashley Baker (2005-06).................9 Most Ba ers Faced 1. Allison Kime (2006-08) ...........3242 2. Ashleigh Cole (2007-10) .........3006 3. Lindsay Enders (2004-05) .......2047 4. Do e Cupp (2002-03) ............1751 5. Taylor Sawyer (2003-04) .........1222 6. Pysha Simmons (2002-03) ........949 7. Kris na DeMello (2009-10).......941 8. Kelly McIntyre (2004-05) ..........883 9. Ashley Baker (2005-06).............647 10. Magon Paul (2006-09) ..............639

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THE UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL FLORIDA UCF Stands For Opportunity: The University of Central Florida is one of the most dynamic universi es in the country in one of the most popular ci es in the world. Offering 214 degree programs, it is an academic and research leader in numerous fields, such as op cs, modeling and simula on, engineering and computer science, business administra on, educa on, the sciences including biomedical sciences, hospitality management and digital media. UCF’s 1,415-acre main campus provides modern facili es, most of which have wireless abili es, 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 a end classes on UCF’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 coun es, 50 states and 141 countries. Study abroad programs allow UCF students to study and conduct research with 98 ins tu ons 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 opportuni es for medical educa on in Florida.

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TOWERS AT KNIGHTS PLAZA

Members of the UCF so ball team reside on campus at the recently completed Towers at Knights Plaza. The new condos on the north side of campus allow the studentathletes to live across the street from the UCF So ball 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 48 years • father of two and grandfather of two GOAL-DRIVEN LEADERSHIP Five Major Goals for UCF • offer the best undergraduate educa on in Florida •achieve interna onal prominence in key programs of graduate study and research • provide an interna onal focus to the curricula and research programs • become more inclusive and diverse • become America’s leading partnership university CAREER HIGHLIGHTS A Leader in Higher EducaƟon • 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 Aus n 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 Founda on and the Na onal Science Founda on 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 Associa on • 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 • mul ple lis ngs among the Orlando SenƟnel’s 25 Most Powerful People in Central Florida and Orlando Magazine’s 50 Most Powerful People in Central Florida • Seminole Chamber of Commerce’s Life me Achievement Award, 2007 • Orlando Business Journal’s inaugural Legacy Award, 2006 • Orlando SenƟnel’s Central Floridian of the Year, 2005 42

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UCF DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS KEITH R. TRIBBLE Upon his hiring on June 6, 2006, Keith Tribble publicly shared his two core goals in taking the director of athle cs posi on with the University of Central Florida – to graduate student-athletes and compete for championships. Since that day, everything UCF has planned and accomplished has fit within that mission. In over three decades working in and around the collegiate community, the consistency in Tribble’s background is his ability to build programs with strong founda ons and dynamic infrastructure. Tribble, one of only seven African-American directors of athle cs in the Football Bowl Subdivision, has quickly taken hold of the burgeoning UCF Athle cs program’s blueprints and promised to lead with the two key principles that everyone associated with the program will also share. Most importantly, Tribble is commi ed to the concept of the well-rounded student-athlete, emphasizing the importance of their academic prowess off the field as well as championship results on. In addi on, the other focal point of his concentra on is the oversight of the construc on, expansion and comple on of the UCF Athle cs Facili es Master Plan. When finished in 2020, the plan will have touched every-single area of the student-athletes’ well-being, including residen al housing, academic and mentoring support facili es and state-of-the-art performance venues where UCF fans and supporters can cheer on the Knights. To date, Tribble has overseen $150 million in new construc on and improvements to UCF athle c facili es since his arrival, and was recently approved to move forward with a $70 million facility development plan that will complete the UCF Athle cs quadrant on campus. Through a renewed commitment, Tribble has been most proud of the record academic achievement of UCF student-athletes during his me in Orlando. The Knights, for the fourth-straight year in 2009-10, led all public ins tu ons in Conference USA with the highest number of student-athletes on the C-USA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll with 221 representa ves maintaining a 3.0 grade-point average or be er. UCF’s 221 honorees represented approximately 60 percent of the school’s total student-athletes. For three-straight years, through 2009, UCF student-athletes had placed the highest number on the league honor roll for all schools, public or private. UCF Athle cs can now compete for C-USA championships in all sports, and has been progressing in this direc on under Tribble since his first year at UCF. In recent years, the football program has played for two C-USA tles, winning in 2007. That same year, women’s soccer and so ball and members of the women’s track and field squad first claimed C-USA tles. In 2008-09, C-USA Coach of the Year Joi Williams led a young women’s basketball program to a memorable conference championship and NCAA Tournament invita on. Men’s golf won its first C-USA championship, while finishing among the top-10 teams na onally in 2009 and followed up in 2010 with another C-USA team tle. Women’s track and field earned the school’s latest league tle with a memorable finish at the 2010 C-USA Championship, helping Caryl Smith Gilbert earn conference coach of the year honors. Women’s soccer was ranked as high as No. 8 in the na on in 2009 and made its third-consecu ve NCAA Tournament appearance behind C-USA Coach of the Year Amanda Cromwell. In all, UCF Athle cs has or will be compe ng in NCAA postseason tournaments in all of its programs in the coming seasons. Tribble arrived at UCF following 13 years as the chief execu ve officer of the south Florida-based Orange Bowl Commi ee, where he was an integral part of reshaping the collegiate football bowl system into an acclaimed industry. Tribble a ended the University of Florida where he played offensive guard for three bowl teams. He graduated in 1977 with a bachelor’s degree in journalism (public rela ons and marke ng). Tribble and his wife, Terri, have a daughter, Carlyn, and a son, Kyle.

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David Chambers Execu ve Associate AD

David Hansen Senior Associate AD

Jessica Reo Senior Associate AD

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ORLANDO UCF is located in one of the world’s most vibrant ci es - Orlando. Looking for theme parks, a rac ons, 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 a rac ons is its weather, with the average annual temperature 72.4 degrees. Orlando is one of the most popular vaca on des na ons 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 Atlan c Ocean are also all nearby. Orlando is a frequent des na on 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 op ons and a newly developed arts district. With top-notch events occuring year round, Orlando is a premier des na on 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 Na onal Basketball Associa on 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 Na onals prepare for the regular season in Viera. The Florida Citrus Bowl hosts a pair of college bowl games each winter. Other events in the area include the Daytona 500 and PGA Tour tournaments.

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