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Table of Contents 2013 Quick Facts........................................................................................................................1 2013 Roster ................................................................................................................................2 2013 Schedule ............................................................................................................................3 Head Coach Jaime Wohlbach ....................................................................................................5 Assistant Coaches ......................................................................................................................6 Player Profiles ......................................................................................................................7-19 2012 Results ............................................................................................................................21 2012 Statistics..........................................................................................................................22 2012 CAA Standings and Statistics..................................................................................23-24 Colonial Athletic Association ..................................................................................................25 Blue Hen Softball All-Time Honors ........................................................................................27 Blue Hen Record Book ........................................................................................................28-31 All-Time Results ..................................................................................................................32-38 All-Time Letterwinners ............................................................................................................39 The University of Delaware ..............................................................................................40-43 UD Athletic Facilities ..........................................................................................................44-45 Blue Hen Alumni........................................................................................................................46

About this Guide The 2013 University of Delaware softball media guide was designed, written, and edited by Kevin Tritt using Quark XPress 8.02 on MacIntosh computers. Covers designed by Kevin Tritt using PhotoShop 10.0.1. Photos courtesy of Mark Campbell.

On the Cover Front Cover: Delaware captains Lara Andrews, Amanda Stacevicz and Marisa Newman.

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Location ........................................................................................................Newark, Delaware 19716 Founded ........................................................................................................................................1743 Enrollment ........................................................................................................16,000 Undergraduates Nickname ................................................................................................................ Fightin' Blue Hens Official Mascot........................................................................................................................ YoUDee Colors ........................................................................................................................Royal Blue & Gold Conference .............................................................................................. Colonial Athletic Association Affiliation ......................................................................................................................NCAA Division I President................................................................................................................Dr. Patrick T. Harker NCAA Faculty Representative ......................................................................Dr. Lynn Snyder-Mackler Director of Athletics & Recreation Services ....................................................................Eric Ziady Deputy Director of Athletics & Recreation Services ............................................ Samantha Huge Associate AD/SWA ..................................................................................Dr. Susan Groff Costa, Ed. D Associate AD/Business Operations ............................................................................Scott Eatough Associate AD/External Relations ..............................................................Stacey Bunting-Thompson Associate AD/Recreation Services ..............................................................................Jake Olkkola Associate AD/Compliance............................................................................................................TBA Student-Athlete Eligibility/Financial Aid Coordinator ..............................................Lauren Harris Assistant AD/Marketing & Promotions ....................................................................Kristy Fletcher Assistant AD/Operations ................................................................................................Alicia Greco Athletic Development Director ....................................................................................................TBA Assistant AD/Sports Medicine Physician ........................................................Dr. Andrew Reisman Assistant AD/Sports Medicine ........................................................................................John Smith Associate Head Trainer......................................................................................................Joan Couch Assistant Trainers ..................................Dan Watson, Courtney Butterworth, Jon Boone, Kelly Stafford Associate AD/Financial Strategies and Athlete Performance ................................Augie Maurelli Director of Multimedia....................................................................................................Jimmy Smith Assistant AD/Media Relations................................................................................ Scott Selheimer Assistant SID (Softball Conact) ........................................................................................Kevin Tritt Office Phone................................................................................................................302-831-8715 Cell Phone ..................................................................................................................302-383-5005 E-Mail ........................................................................................................................ktritt@udel.edu Assistant SID ................................................................................................................Maggie Hayon Media Relations/Multimedia Assistant ......................................................................Adam Nichols Athletics Media Relations Phone ..............................................................................302-831-2186 E-Mail Address ........................................................................................................36246@udel.edu Internet Address ....................................................................................................www.bluehens.com Head Coach ..........................................................................................Jaime Wohlbach (Kutztown ‘00) Record at Delaware ......................................................................................36-75-1 (two seasons) Career Record ..............................................................................................90-160-1 (five seasons) Email Address ....................................................................................................wohlbach@udel.edu Assistant Coach ....................................................Lauren Cognigni (Saint Joseph’s ‘08), second season Assistant Coach ..............................................................Tenaya Tucker (Charlotte ‘11), second season Volunteer Assistant Coach ......................................................................John Seneca, second season Home Field ..................................................................................................Delaware Softball Stadium 2012 Record..........................................................................................15-41-1, 8-12 CAA (4th Place) Postseason ..................................................................................................................CAA Tournament All-Time Record ..............................................................................................707-694-9 (36 seasons) Letterwinners Returning / Lost ..............................................................................................10/6 Newcomers ........................................................................................................................................7 2013 Captains ........................................................Lara Andrews, Marisa Newman, Amanda Stacevicz

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2013 UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE SOFTBALL ROSTER No.

Name

Yr.

Pos.

B/T

Hometown/High School (Previous School)

00

Lisa Stacevicz ............................................Fr.

Utility

R/R

Cedar Grove, N.J./Cedar Grove

2

Gina Knutson *** ......................................Sr.

Utility

R/R

Elmhurst, Ill./York Community

3

Shelby Jones ............................................Fr.

OF

R/R

Lake Forest, Calif./El Toro

9

Lara Andrews ** ......................................Sr.

OF

R/R

Wellington, New Zealand/Sacred Heart College HS (Itawamba [Miss.] CC)

12

Amanda Stacevicz *** ..............................Sr.

P/Utility

R/R

Cedar Grove, N.J./Mt. St. Dominic Academy

13

Hannah Rust ** ........................................Sr.

P

R/R

Greenwood, Del./Greenwood Mennonite (Delaware Tech)

14

Taylor Curran ............................................Fr.

P

R/R

San Diego, Calif./Scripps Ranch

17

Jessica Grisler * ........................................So.

INF

L/R

Sacramento, Calif./Foothill

18

Chenxi Jiao * ............................................Sr.

P

R/R

Beijing, China/BIT (Highland [Kan.] CC)

22

Brittney Noons **......................................Jr.

C

R/R

Dighton, Mass./Dighton-Rehoboth Regional

23

Marisa Newman * ....................................Sr.

INF

R/R

Sacramento, Calif./Foothill (Iona)

24

Michelle McKinnon ** ................................Jr.

INF

R/R

Islip Terrace, N.Y./East Islip

25

Kaitlyn Breneman * ..................................So.

Utility

R/L

Newark, Del./Grassfield (Va.)

27

Hannah George ........................................Fr.

OF

R/R

Auburn, Calif./Del Oro

33

Kiersten Coffman ......................................Fr.

P

R/R

Winter Springs, Fla./Winter Springs

37

Tori Conrad ..............................................Fr.

INF

R/R

Walkersville, Md./Walkersville

73

Gabby Klecko............................................Fr.

OF

R/R

Colts Neck, N.J./Red Bank Catholic

87

Mary O’Reilly ..........................................So.

C/Utility

R/R

Cordlandt Manor, N.Y./Walter Panas

Head Coach: Jaime Wohlbach (Kutztown ‘00), third season at Delaware Assistant Coach: Lauren Cognigni (Saint Joseph’s ‘08) Assistant Coach: Tenaya Tucker (Charlotte ‘11) Volunteer Assistant: John Seneca

Returning Players

Newcomers

Players Lost

Pronunciation Guide

#2 Gina Knutson (Sr., Utility) #9 Lara Andrews (Sr., OF) #12 Amanda Stacevicz * (Sr., P/Utility) #13 Hannah Rust (Sr., P) #17 Jessica Grisler (So., INF) #18 Chenxi Jiao (Sr., P) #22 Brittney Noons (Jr., C) #23 Marisa Newman (Sr., INF) #24 Michelle McKinnon (Jr., INF) #25 Kaitlyn Breneman (So., Utility) #87 Mary O’Reilly (So., C/Utility)

#00 Lisa Stacevicz (Fr., Utility) #3 Shelby Jones (Fr., OF) #14 Taylor Curran (Fr., P) #27 Hannah George (Fr., OF) #33 Kiersten Coffman (Fr., P) #37 Tori Conrad (Fr., INF) #73 Gabby Klecko (Fr., OF)

Kathleen Conway (So., P) Alicea Coy (Fr., INF) Maggie Creciun (Fr., OF) Morgan Culver (So., Utility) Brianna Jennings (Fr., P) Rachel Jones (Sr., Utility)

Lara Andrews: lah-rah Taylor Curran: curr-in Jessica Grisler: grizz-ler Chenxi Jiao: chen-see tch-ow Gina Knutson: kuh-noot-son Lisa/Amanda Stacevicz: stace-uh-vich Jaime Wohlbach: wohl-bock Lauren Cognigni: cog-nee-nee Tenaya Tenaya: ten-eye-uh

* sat out 2012 season

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2013 UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE SOFTBALL SCHEDULE FEBRUARY 8-10 8 8 9 9 10 22-24 22 22 23 23 24

Jimmy John’s Lion Classic at Southeastern Louisiana ..............................................................Hammond, La. ................................................................4 p.m. ET vs. Southern ..................................................................................Hammond, La.............................................................6:30 p.m. ET vs. UT-Martin..................................................................................Hammond, La.............................................................1:30 p.m. ET vs. Louisiana Tech ..........................................................................Hammond, La. ................................................................4 p.m. ET vs. Nicholls State ............................................................................Hammond, La. ..............................................................11 a.m. ET Jacksonville University Tournament vs. Mount St. Mary’s ....................................................................Jacksonville, Fla. ............................................................9:30 a.m. vs. Seton Hall ..............................................................................Jacksonville, Fla. ..................................................................2 p.m. vs. South Alabama ........................................................................Jacksonville, Fla. ..........................................................11:45 a.m. at Jacksonville ..............................................................................Jacksonville, Fla. ............................................................4:15 p.m. vs. Mount St. Mary’s ....................................................................Jacksonville, Fla. ..................................................................9 a.m.

MARCH 1 2-3 2 2 3 3 8-10 8 9 10 10 15-17 15 16 17 17 20 23 24 30 31

at Norfolk State................................................................................Norfolk, Va. ..................................................................2:30 p.m. Norfolk State Spartan Classic vs. Army ..........................................................................................Norfolk, Va. ......................................................................9 a.m. vs. Marist ........................................................................................Norfolk, Va. ....................................................................11 a.m. vs. Army ..........................................................................................Norfolk, Va. ......................................................................1 p.m. at Norfolk State................................................................................Norfolk, Va. ......................................................................3 p.m. Hampton University Tournament vs. Canisius ....................................................................................Hampton, Va. ..................................................................12 noon vs. Siena ........................................................................................Hampton, Va. ....................................................................8 a.m. at Hampton ....................................................................................Hampton, Va.....................................................................11 a.m. vs. Maryland Eastern Shore ............................................................Hampton, Va.......................................................................1 p.m. Delaware Spring Invitational NORFOLK STATE ......................................................................NEWARK, DEL. ..........................................................3:15 p.m. HARTFORD................................................................................NEWARK, DEL. ................................................................9 a.m. ST. FRANCIS (PA) ....................................................................NEWARK, DEL. ..........................................................1:30 p.m. VILLANOVA ..............................................................................NEWARK, DEL. ..........................................................3:45 p.m. LA SALLE (DH) ..........................................................................NEWARK, DEL. ................................................................3 p.m. at *Drexel ....................................................................................Philadelphia, Pa. ..................................................................4 p.m. at *Drexel (DH)............................................................................Philadelphia, Pa. ................................................................12 noon *TOWSON (DH)........................................................................NEWARK, DEL. ............................................................12 noon *TOWSON ................................................................................NEWARK, DEL. ............................................................12 noon

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at Army (DH) ................................................................................West Point, N.Y. ..............................................................3:30 p.m. at *George Mason (DH) ....................................................................Fairfax, Va. ....................................................................12 noon at *George Mason ............................................................................Fairfax, Va. ....................................................................12 noon LAFAYETTE (DH) ......................................................................NEWARK, DEL. ................................................................3 p.m. at *Hofstra (DH) ..........................................................................Hempstead, N.Y.....................................................................2 p.m. at *Hofstra....................................................................................Hempstead, N.Y. ................................................................12 noon RIDER (DH) ..............................................................................NEWARK, DEL. ................................................................3 p.m. *JAMES MADISON (DH) ........................................................NEWARK, DEL. ............................................................12 noon *JAMES MADISON ..................................................................NEWARK, DEL. ............................................................12 noon at Saint Peter’s (DH)......................................................................Jersey City, N.J. ....................................................................3 p.m. at *Georgia State (DH) ................................................................Panthersville, Ga. ................................................................12 noon at *Georgia State ........................................................................Panthersville, Ga. ................................................................12 noon

1 3 4 8-10

VILLANOVA (DH) ....................................................................NEWARK, DEL. ..........................................................2:30 p.m. *UNCW (DH) ............................................................................NEWARK, DEL. ............................................................12 noon *UNCW ......................................................................................NEWARK, DEL. ............................................................12 noon Colonial Athletic Association Championships (4 teams) ......................Highest Seed............................................................................tba

MAY

* Colonial Athletic Association Games Home Games Played at Delaware Softball Stadium

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J AIME W OHLBACH 3RD SEASON AT DELAWARE • KUTZTOWN ‘00

Jaime Wohlbach begins her third season as the University of Delaware softball head coach during the 2013 season. Wohlbach (pronounced "wall-bock"), immediately began to turn the Blue Hen program around during her first season in Newark, leading Delaware to the CAA Tournament for the first time since 2006. The Blue Hens finished 21-34 overall and placed fourth in the league with a 10-11 conference mark. Michelle McKinnon, Gina Knutson and Amanda Stacevicz each earned second team All-CAA honors during Wohlbach's first year, while McKinnon was also a CAA All-Rookie Team selection. Delaware finished 15-41-1 during the 2012 campaign, and again finished fourth in the CAA to quailify for the league tournament. UD has earned spots in the conference tournament in consecutive years for the first time since 2002-04. Wohlbach earned a Bachelor's degree with honors in Elementary Education and Special Education in 2000 and a Master's degree in student affairs of higher education in 2002 from Kutztown (Pa.) University. Wohlbach arrived at Delaware following three seasons at the helm of Iona, where turned around the Gaels' program as well. She guided a squad that had not posted a winning season in five years to one that captured the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference title in 2010 and advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the first time in the program's 25-year history. She was named the MAAC Coach of the Year in 2010 when she coached the league Pitcher and Rookie of the Year. Over her final two seasons at Iona she coached nine all-conference selections, two league Rookie of the Year winners, an All-Region selection, and an ESPN/CoSIDA Academic All-American. Prior to joining the Gaels, Wohlbach served as an assistant coach at Lehigh University in 2006-07, working as the team's hitting and catcher's coach while also assisting in practice sessions and strength and conditioning workout programs. She began her college coaching career as a student assistant at NCAA Division II Kutztown in 2000-01, volunteer assistant at NCAA Division III Muhlenberg College in 1999-2001 and at Lehigh in 2001-02, and as an assistant at the University of Pennsylvania in 2002-03. Since 2002, Wohlbach has run a national and international softball clinic called Fastpitch Performance. The camps and clinics have provided instruction for all levels of the game and have taken her all over the world, including the United Kingdom, Switzerland, New Zealand, the Netherlands, Italy, Greece, Czech Republic, Belgium and Australia. Her international

reputation has garnered her contacts and recognition from both amateur and professional organizations and sponsors. Wohlbach's coaching and instructing experience came during the off season of her extensive international playing career. Her professional resume in the United States began after graduating from Kutztown University in 2000. She signed with the Tampa Bay FireStix in the former Women's Professional Softball League for the 2001 season. Wohlbach moved on to the National Pro Fastpitch League where she was selected in the fourth round of the December 2003 draft by the California Sunbirds, a team located in Sacramento, Calif. She played for the independent league Nebraska Comets before returning to the NPF's Philadelphia Force for the 2006 season. While playing professionally in the U.S., Wohlbach also played for and coached several professional teams in Europe. She has excelled at the international level throughout the world, including tours in the Czech Republic and a stop in Great Britain. In 2004 and 2005 she played professionally in New Zealand and on a world all-star select team, which included players from New Zealand, Australia, Japan, South Africa and the United States. Earlier in 2004, Wohlbach played for the Great Britain National Team in Athens as a test run to the 2004 Athens Olympics; winning a gold medal by defeating Russia, the Czech Republic and Greece. From 2001-2004, Wohlbach coached an 18-under USA All-Star team in Australia as a follow-up to the 2000 Sydney Olympics. She also played professionally in the Netherlands, Czech Republic and Greece, and coached a youth all-star team in Italy. Wohlbach was a four-year standout at Kutztown, serving as a three-time team captain and becoming the first graduate of her school to play a professional sport. She earned All-Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference honors as a catcher during her junior and senior campaigns as well as being named to the AllRegion Team in 2000. She was the team's Most Valuable Player in 1999 as well as a nominee for the school's Female Athlete of the Year.

Year 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Totals

School Iona Iona Iona Delaware Delaware

Record 13-32 13-27 28-26 21-34 15-41-1 90-160-1 (.361)

Conference 7-9 (5th) 4-10 (8th) 13-3 (T-1st) 10-11 (4th) 8-12 (4th) 42-45 (.483)

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Highlights MAAC Champions, MAAC Coach of the Year CAA Tournament CAA Tournament

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L AUREN C OGNIGNI 2ND SEASON AT DELAWARE • SAINT JOSEPH’S ‘08

Lauren Cognigni begins her second season as an assistant coach with the University of Delaware softball team in 2013. Cognigni, a four-year letterwinner and 2008 graduate of Saint Joseph’s University, serves as the Blue Hens’ pitching coach and first base coach. Last season Cognigni helped the Blue Hens win 15 games and qualify for the CAA Tournament. Prior to arriving at UD Cognigni spent two and a half years at Marist College, and was instrumental in helping the Red Foxes improve from eighth place in the MAAC in 2010 to a second place finish the following year. The Red Foxes’ earned run average dropped nearly two runs, from 5.71 in 2010 to 3.79 in 2011, as Marist showed a 23-win improvement. She also helped Red Foxes pitcher Emily Osterhaus improve from a 3-12 record an a 4.95 ERA in 2010 to a 15-10 mark with a 3.14 ERA the next year. Prior to arriving at Marist Cognigni spent the 2009 season serving as an assistant with her alma mater, working primarily with the outfielders and pitchers while serving as the first base coach. Cognigni was a four-year standout at Saint Joseph’s, leaving the program as the all-time leader with 534 career strikeouts. She fired the second perfect game in school history as a freshman, and also tossed a pair of no-hitters during her career.

Tucker, a native of Antelope, Calif., was a four-year standout at Charlotte, where she graduated in 2011 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in criminal justice and psychology. She started all 54 games for the 49ers as a senior, setting a school single-season record with 12 home runs while also pacing the squad with a .388 batting average, 66 hits, 17 doubles, and 47 RBI. Tucker was selected to the first team All-Atlantic 10 and was tabbed the 49ers’ Team MVP in 2011, while she was a first team All-Mid Atlantic Region and NCCSIA All-State selection as both a sophomore and senior. Tucker, who served as the 49ers’ catcher, finished her career at Charlotte ranked second in school history with 123 RBI, second with 18 home runs, and tied for second with 43 doubles. An excellent student as well, Tucker was named to the Dean’s List in 2007, was selected to the Athletic Directors List three times, and was an Atlantic 10 Academic All-Conference selection as a senior. Additionally Tucker was very active in the Charlotte community, volunteering with the Food for Families, Adopt a Family for the Holidays, RuBiRu, and Stroll for Epilepsy programs. She helped build a playground for underprivileged children and read books to students at Albermarle Elementary School during 2008, while she was a tutor for elementary school children and worked with Operation Christmas Child in 2010. Tucker was a hitting and catching instructor at All Star City during her final three years in Charlotte and was a hitting, pitching and catching instructor at the All-American Softball School in Roseville, Calif. during the summers of 2007 through 2009.

J OHN S ENECA 2ND SEASON AT DELAWARE

T ENAYA T UCKER 2ND SEASON AT DELAWARE • CHARLOTTE ‘11

Lauren Cognigni begins her second season as an assistant coach with the University of Delaware softball team in 2013. Last season Tucker helped the Blue Hens win 15 games and qualify for the CAA Tournament.

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John Seneca begins his second season as a volunteer assistant coach with the University of Delaware softball team in 2013. Last season Seneca helped the Blue Hens win 15 games and qualify for the CAA Tournament. Seneca has served as coach of the Allentown Patriettes since 2006, leading the squad to a 201-36 record while competing in ASA, PONY, and USSSA regional and national tournaments. He also was the head coach at Saucon Valley High School from 2006 through 2009, guiding the team to a 68-28 record. Seneca led the Panthers to four Colonial League and District 11 appearances, and coached eight first team AllLeague and All-Area players. Seneca is certified with the National Fastpitch Coaches Association, is a 2-Star NFCC Master Coach, and is an ASA-ACE Certified Coach. He is currently a senior account manager with Salesforce.com.

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12 SENIOR • PITCHER/UTILITY • R/R CEDAR GROVE, N.J. • MOUNT ST. DOMINIC ACADEMY At Delaware: Three-year letterwinner and standout • All-Colonial Athletic Association candidate and a dual threat as one of team's top pitchers and hitters • serving as team captain for the third consecutive year • fully recovered from a shoulder injury that forced her to miss the 2012 season • expected to hit in the middle of the order and anchor the pitching staff • enters her senior season ranked third in UD history with 305 strikeouts, fourth with five saves, sixth with 93 appearances, sixth with 11 shutouts, tied for eighth with 38 complete games, ninth with 436.1 innings pitched, and tied for ninth with 32 wins • career .260 hitter at the plate who is tied for 11th in school history with six home runs. 2012 Season: Sat out the year with a shoulder injury. 2011 Season: Named to the All-Colonial Athletic Association second team as a designated player/pitcher for the second consecutive season • earned the team’s Defensive Most Valuable Player Award • went 11-9 with a 3.27 ERA while making 35 appearances in the circle, the fourth most appearances in a UD single season • earned a pair of saves while throwing 137 innings on the season • also served as the Blue Hens’ cleanup hitter, batting .258 while ranking second on the team with 31 RBI, eight doubles and three home runs • was fourth on the squad with 41 hits and 18 runs scored • allowed one run in 4.2 innings to earn her first victory of the season over Hampton (3/1) • fired 3.2 scoreless frames to pick up a non-league win over Towson (3/5) • tossed four scoreless innings while earning a victory against James Madison (4/9) • picked up a pair of wins over UNC Wilmington (4/22-23) • gave up two runs in six innings while recording a victory at Drexel (4/30) • won five consecutive decisions from April 6 through April 30 • led the Blue Hens with 14 multi-hit games and was tied for second with five multi-RBI contests • went 2 for 3 with homer during a victory over Towson (3/5) • finished 2 for 3 with two RBI and a homer versus Marist (3/12) • went 2 for 3 with a double and two RBI against Villanova (3/29) • added two-hit games against CAA opponents James Madison (4/9), Drexel (4/30) and Towson (5/7) • drilled a three-run homer during a victory

Year 2009 2010 2011 Totals

Avg. .222 .273 .258 .260

GP/GS AB 16/15 36 46/44 139 54/54 159 116/113 334

Year 2009 2010 2011 Totals

ERA 2.89 3.20 3.27 3.13

W-L 10-9 11-13 11-9 32-31

APP 25 33 35 93

R 3 18 18 39 GS 19 25 15 59

H 8 38 41 87

2B 1 3 8 12

3B 0 0 0 0

HR 1 2 3 6

CG SHO/CBO SV IP 15 5/0 2 131.0 16 6/0 1 168.1 7 0/0 2 137.0 38 11/0 5 436.1

RBI TB 1 12 14 47 23 58 38 117

SLG% .333 .338 .365 .350

H R ER 131 62 54 181 99 77 169 85 64 481 246 195

over the Dragons (4/30) • named to Radford Invitational All-Tournament Team • selected National 5 & 10 Best of the Blue Hens Athlete of the Week on April 11. 2010 Season: Northeast All-Region and All-CAA second team selection • named UD Alumni Association Team MVP • finished 1113 with a 3.20 earned run average in the circle • fired six shutouts, the sixth most in a UD single season • also ranked sixth with 33 appearances and tied for sixth with 137 strikeouts • ranked third in the CAA in strikeouts and 10th in ERA • batted .273 at the plate, the third highest average on the team • tied for third on the Blue Hens with 38 hits, fourth with 18 runs scored, and fifth with 14 RBI • hurled consecutive shutouts against Temple (3/17) and Georgetown (3/19) • struck out 11 batters during a four-hit shutout of Delaware State (3/24) • blanked Norfolk State on just one hit and came within one out of a no-hitter (4/14) • fired a three-hit shutout while striking out a career-high 12 batters against UNC Wilmington in the opener and threw 1.2 innings of scoreless relief to earn the save during the nightcap (4/17) • selected CAA Pitcher of the Week two days later following her performance against the Seahawks • posted a five-hit shutout during a 1-0 win at Towson (5/1) • tied for second on the team with 12 multihit games • went 3 for 5 with three runs scored and two RBI in the 14-4 win at James Madison (4/2) • was 2 for 3 with two runs scored and two RBI during the 11-2 triumph over Lehigh (3/19) • posted two hits and two RBI against UMBC (3/9) • named to UMBC Spring Classic All-Tournament Team. 2009 Season: Colonial Athletic Association All-Rookie Team selection • went 10-9 with a 2.89 ERA in 25 appearances in the circle • started 19 games and completed 15 • allowed 54 earned runs in 131.0 innings of work and struck out 84 batters • threw five shutouts, tied for ninth in a UD single season • fired a onehit shutout in a 3-0 win over Lehigh (3/18) • allowed six hits in a 2-0 blanking of Rider (4/8) and threw five innings of scoreless relief the following day during a 4-2 victory over Binghamton (4/9) • threw a threehit shutout against Drexel the next day (4/10) • fired a four-hit shutout during a 1-0 win over Towson in her next appearance (4/18) • posted 26 consecutive scoreless innings during the 11-day stretch • threw a one-hit shutout during a 1-0 victory at George Mason (4/26) in her final appearance of the season • earned saves against Georgia State (3/29) and La Salle (4/2) • batted .222 with eight hits and three runs scored at the plate • drilled a home run against the Explorers (4/2) • went 2 for 3 vs. Rider (4/8) • had a hit and a run scored against Siena (2/27) and Seton Hall (3/13) • named CAA Rookie and Pitcher of the Week on April 13 • also selected CAA Rookie of the Week on March 3, March 23, and April 27. High School: All-State selection during final two years at Mt. St. Dominic Academy • four-time AllConference, three time All-county, and three time All-Parochial selection • selected to NFCA All-Region Team as a senior • served as team captain during senior season • four-year starter at Mt. St. Dominic, leading team to a 100-26 record in that span • two-year member of cross country team • honor roll student. Personal: Amanda Danielle Stacevicz • daughter of Shawn and Amy Stacevicz • has two younger sisters, Lisa and Erin • Lisa is currently a freshman on the UD softball team • organizational and community leadership major at Delaware • served as an event marketing intern with Louisville Slugger over the summer • serves as team representative to the UD Student-Athlete Advisory Council (SAAC).

BB 2 9 11 22

HBP 0 0 0 0

SO 10 25 25 60

GDP 0 0 0 0

BB 43 48 42 133

SO 84 137 84 305

2B 30 27 34 91

3B 6 3 6 12

OB% .263 .315 .304 .304 HR 8 18 16 42

SF 0 1 1 2 AB 500 668 553 1721

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SH 2 1 3 6 B/Avg .262 .271 .306 .279

SB-ATT 0-0 1-1 1-1 2-2 WP 3 15 9 27

PO 9 7 23 39 HBP 6 9 6 21

A 36 35 41 112 BK 1 0 1 2

E 1 4 6 11 SFA 3 3 6 12

FLD% .978 .913 .914 .932 SHA 19 22 29 70

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two runs scored against Temple (3/15) • drove home the only two runs of the game during the

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Blue Hens’ 2-0 win at George

SENIOR • OUTFIELD • R/R WELLINGTON, NEW ZEALAND • SACRED HEART COLLEGE HS

and Hofstra (4/2) • finished 2

Mason (3/26) • had two hits against Delaware State (3/30) for 3 with an RBI and a run scored during a win over Penn (4/27) •

At Delaware: Serving as team captain for the third consecutive season • third-year player expected to

went 2 for 4 with a pair of RBI at

again start for the Blue Hens in center field • has started all 112 games during her first two seasons at

Drexel (5/1) • drilled a home

Delaware • career .264 hitter with 76 hits, 28 runs scored, 14 doubles, and 40 RBI.

run against Marist (3/12) and Georgia State (4/17) • named to

2012 Season: Started all 57 games in center field for the Blue Hens • batted .231 while leading the team

CAA All-Tournament Team.

with 21 RBI • also ranked second with eight doubles, fourth with 34 hits, and fifth with 13 runs scored • led Delaware with seven multi-RBI games and tied for third with eight multi-hit games • went 2 for 3 with

At

two RBI versus Boston College (2/17) • hit a two-run homer during the 6-4 win over Florida Gulf Coast

Community College: Named

(2/18) • recorded two hits in consecutive games against Army and Monmouth twice • went 2 for 3 with a

first team MCAJC as a third base-

double and a triple against George Mason (3/31) • had two hits and two RBI versus Saint Peter’s (4/4) •

man during the 2010 season • led

hit a two-run homer at UNCW (4/29).

the Indians to the MCAJC North Division Championship • earned Itawamba Community College Dean's List

Itawamba

(Miss.)

Honors. 2011 Season: Named UD Alumni Association Team Most Valuable Player • started all 55 games in center field and was the team’s third hitter in the lineup • led the squad with 27 walks and was ranked second

High School: Three-year starter as an outfielder and catcher from 2005-07 at Sacred Heart College High

with a .298 batting aver-

School • led Sacred Heart to three regional championships and the team was the 2007 national runners up

age • also ranked third

• led field hockey team to the 2007 regional championship • also played one year of basketball and touch-

with 42 hits, tied for third

rugby • played softball, touch-rugby and basketball at Naenae College High School in New Zealand from

with 19 RBI, and tied for

2003-04 • led all three teams to the regional championship • named Softballer of the Year in 2005-07 while

fourth with six doubles •

at Sacred Heart • selected Sacred Heart College Sports Person of the Year and Wellington's Softballer of the

batted .320 in conference

Year in 2005 and 2007 • named New Zealand Under 17 Top Batter and MVP in 2005 • tabbed New Zealand

games • tied for fourth

Under 19 Top Batter in 2006 and 2008 • earned Kapaltaka Leadership award • College House Leader •

on the squad with eight

earned honors in Maori Language in 2007.

multi-hit games on the year • went 2 for 2 with a

Personal: Lara Ann Andrews • daughter of John Andrews and Vicky Perez • has three brothers and three

run

against

sisters • honor student as a human services major with a concentration in administration and family policy

Hampton (3/1) • finished

at Delaware • has worked as a Blue Hen Ambassador over the last two summers • played for New Zealand

2 for 3 versus Western

at the 2012 Women’s Softball World Series in Yukon, Canada • has been to nine countries • enjoys paint-

Carolina (3/4) • was 3

ing and singing.

scored

for 3 with two runs scored and an RBI during a win over UMES (3/13) • went 2 for 5 with a double and

Year 2011 2012 Totals

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Avg. .298 .231 .264

GP/GS AB 55/55 141 57/57 147 112/112 288

R 15 13 28

H 42 34 76

2B 6 8 14

3B 0 1 1

HR 2 3 5

RBI TB 19 54 21 53 40 107

SLG% .383 .361 .372

BB 27 27 54

HBP 2 4 6

SO 14 17 31

GDP 4 3 7

OB% .410 .365 .387

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SF 3 0 3

SH 8 11 19

SB-ATT PO 1-2 78 2-2 89 3-4 167

A 3 8 11

E 5 5 10

FLD% .942 .951 .947


victory over Georgia State (4/21) • posted a four-hit shutout during the 4-0 tri-

9

umph over UNCW (4/28) • surrendered one run in consecutive

SENIOR • PITCHER • R/R BEIJING, CHINA • BIT

starts

against

UNCW (4/29) and Drexel (5/4), picking up the win in

At Delaware: Second-year member of the team expected to again lead the Blue Hen pitching staff • enters senior season ranks 13th in Blue Hen history with 128 career strikeouts • named College Sports

both contests • gave up three runs in 10 innings of work in the Blue Hens’ 4-3

Madness second team Preseason All-CAA.

win over the Dragons (5/5) 2012 Season: Named UD Alumni Association Team MVP during her first season in Newark • selected to the CAA All-Tournament Team • won eight games, compiled a 3.31 earned run average, and tossed two shutouts • ranked

• selected National 5 & 10 Best of the Blue Hens Athlete of the Week on May 7 • went 3 for 13 with three runs scored at the plate.

second in a UD single season with 39 appearances and sixth with 181.2 innings pitched • her 128 strikeouts were fourth in the CAA and 10th in a UD single season • lowered her ERA to 2.70 in confer-

At Highland Community College: First team All-Kansas Jayhawk Conference and All-Region selection in 2011 • named second team NJCAA Division II All-American • led team to a 38-14 record, the Region VI District I title, and a berth in the Division II National Championship Tournament • posted an 18-3 record with team-highs of 220 strikeouts, 159.2 innings pitched and a 1.10 ERA • second team All-Jayhawk Conference and honorable mention AllRegion selection in 2010 • went 13-3 with a 1.12 ERA as a freshman • named NFCA Academic All-American in 2009 and NJCAA Academic All-American in 2010 • Dean’s Honor List and President’s Honor List student.

ence games • fired a four-hit shutout during a 4-0 win over Norfolk State

High School: Attended high school affiliated to BIT • led squad to the Beijing High School Softball Championship.

(3/17) • gave up just four hits in six scoreless innings of relief in the 3-1

Year 2012 Totals

Avg. .231 .231

Year 2012 Totals

ERA 3.31 3.31

GP/GS 8/0 8/0 W-L 8-25 8-25

AB 13 13 APP 39 39

R 3 3 GS 26 26

H 3 3

2B 0 0

3B 0 0

HR 0 0

CG SHO/CBO SV IP 13 2/0 2 181.2 13 2/0 2 181.2

RBI 0 0

TB 3 3

H R 208 108 208 108

Personal: Chenxi Jiao • daughter of Jing Chen and Xiaojun Jiao • history major at Delaware • held her own pitching camp and trained with the China National Team over the summer.

SLG% .231 .231

BB 0 0

HBP 1 1

SO 4 4

GDP 0 0

ER 86 86

BB 54 54

SO 128 128

2B 22 22

3B 6 6

OB% .286 .286 HR 21 21

SF 0 0 AB 721 721

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SH 0 0 B/Avg .288 .288

SB-ATT 0-0 0-0 WP 6 6

PO 7 7 HBP 15 15

A 21 21 BK 3 3

E 6 6 SFA 7 7

FLD% .824 .824 SHA 28 28

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hitting streak from April 20 through May 1, the second longest streak by a Blue Hen during the sea-

2

son • threw out 19 baserunners attempting to steal • had four hits, four

SENIOR • UTILITY • R/R ELMHURST, ILL. • YORK COMMUNITY

RBI, two home runs and four runs scored during a doubleheader sweep of

At Delaware: Fourth- team member • expected to start again in the Blue Hen outfield and bat in the middle of the order • all-conference candidate • enters her senior season ranked third in Delaware history with 13 career home runs and seventh with 21 stolen bases • has recorded 80 hits, 46 runs scored, 11 doubles and 51 RBI while batting .237 for her career.

Hampton (3/1) • scored the only run of the game during UD’s 1-0 victory over Saint Francis (3/13) • finished 2 for 4 with two

2012 Season: Started the first 40 games of the season before suffering an ACL injury against Hofstra on April 7 • ranked third on the team with a .243 batting average • posted 28 hits, eight runs scored, three doubles, three home runs, and 10 RBI • batted .400 during her eight CAA games • tied for third on the Blue Hens with eight multi-hit games • hit safely in six of the first seven games of the year • went 2 for 3 with a double and two stolen bases against Binghamton (2/17) • drilled a two-run homer during the 6-4 win over Florida Gulf Coast (2/18) • finished 2 for 3 with a home run against La Salle (3/16) • went 2 for 3 with a pair of runs scored versus Delaware State (3/21) • blasted a three-run homer at Towson (3/25) • had four hits during the weekend series versus George Mason • earned Operation Blue Hen Spirit Award.

RBI, two runs scored an a homer versus Temple (3/15) • also hit homers during the next two games against Ball State and Georgetown (3/18) • had two hits and a run scored at Delaware State (3/22) • recorded a double, two RBI and two runs scored versus the Hornets (3/30) • went 2 for 3 with a home run and two runs scored at Drexel (4/30) • delivered a two-run double to tie the game and scored the winning run during the bottom of the sixth inning in Delaware’s victory over Towson (5/7).

2011 Season: Named second team All-Colonial Athletic Association as a catcher • drilled nine home runs, the second most in a UD single season and tied for fourth in the league • also led the Blue Hens with 31 RBI,

2010 Season: Appeared in and started 32 games as Delaware's catcher (missed 19 games with mono) • batted .190 on the year with 15 hits and 12 runs scored • went 2 for 4 with a double, two runs scored and two RBI during the 9-7 win at Lehigh (4/21) • delivered a two-run single in the Blue Hens' 7-4 victory over Drexel (4/24) • posted a pair of singles against George Mason (5/7) • drilled first career home run at Towson (5/2) • drove home the only run of the game with an infield single during the Blue Hens' 1-0 victory at UNC Wilmington (4/17) • had a hit and two runs scored during the 5-4 triumph over the Seahawks later that day • posted a two-run game-tying triple vs. UMBC (3/9) • threw out six baserunners trying to steal on the season.

tied for fourth most in a single season, and 14 stolen bases, fifth in a single season • posted a team-high 10 multi-RBI games while batting .257 on

the

season

High School: Four-year starter on softball team at York Community High School • three-time All-WSC conference and three-time All-Area selection • named honorable mention once • school's all-time leader in doubles, home runs and stolen bases • served as team captain • played two years of volleyball at York Community • earned four letters as a manager for the wrestling team • honor roll student • earned Heisman award for physical education department.

appeared in all 55 games while staring 52, including 45 behind the plate •

Personal: Gina Elizabeth Knutson • daughter of Frank and Susan Knutson • has two sisters, Kimberly and Kaylee • sport management major at Delaware with a minor in landscape horticulture and design • has worked with the City of Elmhurst Public Works - Forestry Division over the last two summers.

recorded an eight-game

Year 2010 2011 2012 Totals

10

Avg. .190 .257 .243 .237

GP/GS AB 32/32 79 55/52 144 40/40 115 127/124 338

R 12 26 8 46

H 15 37 28 80

2B 2 6 3 11

3B 2 0 0 2

HR 1 9 3 13

RBI TB 10 24 31 70 10 40 51 134

SLG% .304 .486 .348 .396

BB 6 17 9 32

HBP 2 2 1 5

SO 13 32 22 67

GDP 1 0 0 1

OB% .264 .341 .304 .311

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SF 0 1 0 1

SH 4 2 2 8

SB-ATT PO 2-2 154 14-16 213 5-10 77 21-28 444

A 26 36 5 67

E 2 8 7 17

FLD% .989 .969 .921 .968


23 SENIOR • INFIELD • R/R SACRAMENTO, CALIF. • FOOTHILL (IONA) At Delaware: Second-year member of the Blue Hens after transferring to Delaware from Iona • expected to challenge for the starting position at first base • serving as team captain for the second consecutive year.

2012 Season: Appeared in and started all but one game for the Blue Hens • started 30 games at first base and 20 at shortstop • batted .207 on the year with 28 hits and 10 RBI • ranked third on the team with seven doubles • went 2

for

4

against

At Iona: 2011 Season: Appeared in 29 games while starting nine for the Gaels • posted four hits, four walks, and three runs batted in during 33 plate appearances • named to MAAC All-Academic Team.

Monmouth (2/26) • finished 2 for 3 and hit a two-run homer during the 5-4 win over

2010 Season: Started all 52 games at shortstop for the Gaels, helping lead Iona to the MAAC Championship • finished the year with 31 hits and 17 runs scored, while ranking sixth on the team with seven doubles • had two hits and a run scored in the MAAC Championship Game victory over Canisius.

Towson (3/25) • was 2 for 2 with a walk against George Mason (3/31) • belted a tworun home run during

High School: Team captain during junior and senior seasons at Foothill High School • earned All-League honors during her final three years • received Most Inspirational Award as a junior and senior • given Coaches Award during senior season • helped Foothill win the Capital Valley Conference Championship in 2007 • honor roll student • earned Citizenship Award.

the 4-1 win over Rider (4/11) • finished 2 for 3 with a double in

Personal: Marisa Leanne Newman • daughter of Sid and Elena Newman • has older sisters Alyssa and Katrina • psychology major at Delaware.

the 7-4 victory at James Madison (4/15) • delivered two RBI singles during the Blue Hens’ 4-3 win over Drexel in the regular season finale (5/5).

Year 2012 Totals

Avg. .207 .207

GP/GS 56/56 56/56

AB 135 135

R 5 5

H 28 28

2B 7 7

3B 0 0

HR 2 2

RBI 10 10

TB 41 41

SLG% .304 .304

BB 10 10

HBP 14 14

SO 32 32

GDP 1 1

OB% .325 .325

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SF 1 1

SH 6 6

SB-ATT PO 0-0 171 0-0 171

A 42 42

E 8 8

FLD% .964 .964

11


2011 Season: Appeared in 16 games while starting 14 for the Blue Hens, com-

13

piling an 0-9 record with a 5.68 earned run average • allowed one run on two

SENIOR • PITCHER • R/R GREENWOOD, DEL. • GREENWOOD MENNONITE

hits in 3.1 innings during a non-league victory over

At Delaware: Third-year member of the Blue Hens after transferring from Delaware Tech Junior College

Towson (3/5) • gave up two runs in a complete

• will be a key member of the Delaware pitching staff.

game 2012 Season: Went 5-7 with a 4.40 earned run average in 30 appearances in the circle • made 20 starts and posted seven complete games • allowed one run on five hits during the 2-1 win over Presbyterian to earn her first career victory as a Blue Hen

effort

against

Robert Morris (3/19) • allowed one run on four hits in four innings at George Mason (3/26) • fired 3.1 scoreless frames during a win over UNC Wilmington (4/22) • tossed a pair of scoreless frames in a triumph over Penn (4/27).

(2/11) • gave up three runs, two earned, to pick up a win

At Delaware Tech: Went 12-4 in the circle during the 2010 season for Delaware Tech-Owens.

over George Mason (3/31) • surrendered two unearned runs to earn a victory over Saint Peter’s (4/4) • allowed just one unearned run and delivered an RBI single during the 4-

High School: Played four years on the volleyball, basketball and softball teams at Greenwood Mennonite School • four-year All-Conference selection in softball • led team to a pair of conference championship games • named All-Conference in volleyball during senior year • served as team captain for volleyball and softball teams as a senior • school valedictorian • participated in student government • part of the school chorale from ninth through 11th grade.

1 win at Rider (4/11) • fired four scoreless innings against

Personal: Hannah Rebekah Rust • daughter of Bill and Christine Rust • has brothers Billy and David, and a sister, Sarah • both Billy and Sarah are UD graduates • exercise science major at Delaware with a concen-

Drexel (5/4).

tration in exercise physiology.

Year 2012 Totals

Avg. .214 .214

Year 2011 2012 Totals

ERA 5.68 4.40 4.77

12

GP/GS 12/10 12/10

W-L 0-9 5-7 5-16

AB 14 14

APP 16 30 46

R 1 1

GS 14 20 34

H 3 3

2B 0 0

3B 0 0

HR 0 0

CG SHO/CBO SV IP 1 0/0 0 40.2 7 0/0 0 100.1 8 0/0 0 141.0

RBI 2 2

TB 3 3

H R 69 44 135 78 204 122

SLG% .214 .214

BB 2 2

HBP 0 0

SO 4 4

GDP 0 0

ER 33 63 96

BB 14 48 62

SO 17 53 70

2B 20 21 41

3B 1 5 6

OB% .313 .313

HR 2 6 8

SF 0 0

AB 186 419 605

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SH 0 0

B/Avg .371 .322 .337

SB-ATT 0-0 0-0

WP 6 12 18

PO 4 4

HBP 5 14 19

A 26 26

BK 0 1 1

E 4 4

SFA 1 2 3

FLD% .882 .882

SHA 5 18 23


2011

Season:

Named second team All-Colonial Athletic

24

Association • CAA AllRookie Team selection

JUNIOR • INFIELD • R/R ISLIP TERRACE, N.Y. • EAST ISLIP

• named

team’s

Offensive

MVP •

started all 55 games

At Delaware: Third-year member of the squad as a junior • expected to again start at second base for the Blue Hens • has started all 112 games through her first two seasons • career .304 hitter who has produced

during the season, all but two at second base • led the Blue

96 hits, 44 runs scored, and 32 RBI.

Hens with a .322 bat2012 Season: Started all 57 games at second base for the Blue Hens • ranked second on the team with a .289 batting average, 50 hits, 20 runs scored and 18 RBI • led the squad with 13 multi-hit games and ranked second with five multi-RBI games • hit safely in the first 10 games of the season, the longest hitting streak by a Blue Hen during the year • went 3 for 3 against UT-Martin (2/18) • blasted a three-run homer and scored three runs during the 13-2 win over Army

ting average, the seventh highest average in the conference • hit .351 in league contests • ranked second on the squad with 46 hits and third with 24 runs scored • tied for fourth in Division I with 17 sacrifice hits • ranked third on the team with 10 multihit games • had three hits, five RBI and two runs scored during a doubleheader sweep of Hampton (3/1) • drilled a grand slam in a win over UMES (3/13) • went 3 for 4 with an RBI during a victory over George Mason (3/27) • finished 3 for 3 at Hofstra (4/2) and was 3 for 4 at Army (4/20) • singled home the game-winning run in the bottom of the seventh inning during Delaware’s 2-1 victory over UNC Wilmington (4/22) • had three hits including a double and scored four runs during a twinbill sweep at Drexel (4/30) • named CAA Rookie of the Week on April 25 and CAA Co-Rookie of the Week on May 2 • selected to CAA All-Tournament Team.

(2/25) • went 2 for 3 and doubled home the winning run in the 5-4 triumph at Towson

High School: Four-year member of the softball team at East Islip High School • All-Suffolk County selection in 2008 and 2009 as a shortstop • named All-League during senior year • led East Islip to the 2009 and 2010 conference championship • honor roll student.

(3/25) • had three hits, four RBI and two runs scored during the doubleheader sweep of Saint Peter’s (4/4) • recorded three consecutive two-hit games against Georgia

Avg. .322 .289 .304

was a member of the golf team at NCAA Division III Springfield College • honor student as an environmental science major at Delaware • enjoys horseback riding and cooking • serves as team representative on the UD Student-Athlete Advisory Council (SAAC).

State, Penn and UNCW.

Year 2011 2012 Totals

Personal: Michelle McKinnon • daughter of Rich and Terry McKinnon • has an older brother, Tommy, who

GP/GS AB 55/55 143 57/57 173 112/112 316

R 24 20 44

H 46 50 96

2B 2 5 7

3B 0 0 0

HR 1 1 2

RBI TB 14 51 18 58 32 109

SLG% .357 .335 .345

BB 8 4 12

HBP 7 9 16

SO 16 19 35

GDP 0 1 1

OB% .386 .339 .360

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SF 0 0 0

SH 17 6 23

SB-ATT PO 6-8 115 6-7 138 12-15 253

A 62 73 135

E 11 9 20

FLD% .941 .959 .951

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age to .333 in 16 conference games • scored three runs in a double-

22

header sweep of Hampton (3/1) • delivered a tworun single and scored a

JUNIOR • CATCHER • R/R DIGHTON, MASS. • DIGHTON-REHOBOTH REGIONAL

run during a victory at UMES (3/13) • drilled

At Delaware: Third-year member of the squad • will battle for the starting spot as the team’s designated player • valuable pinch hitter for UD • has batted .172 through her first two seasons with 21 hits, eight

only home run of the season against Ball State (3/18) • went 2 for 2

runs scored and seven RBI.

with a walk and a run 2012

Season:

Appeared in 33 games while making six starts for the Blue Hens • batted .143 with six hits and three RBI during the year • drilled

a

two-run

homer during the 6-4 win

scored during a win at George Mason (3/27) • had an RBI single against Delaware State (3/30) • singled and scored a run in a win over James Madison (4/9) • went 2 for 2 at Georgia State (4/16) • earned team’s Sportsmanship Award.

over Florida Gulf Coast (2/18) • recorded an RBI double in the 13-2 victory

over

Army

(2/25), and added a single against Monmouth

High School: Four-year letterwinner in softball and three-year letterwinner in field hockey at DightonRehoboth Regional High School • selected Taunton Gazette All-Star for three consecutive years and Attleboro Sun Chronicle All-Star in both sports • named Boston Globe All-Star • first team All-South Coast Conference selection in softball • earned team's Best Defensive Player Award • served as team captain in both sports • honor roll student during senior year.

later in the day • posted singles against Villanova (3/18) and Penn (4/25).

Personal: Brittney Jeanne Noons • daughter of Bob and Michele McNamara • has a sister, Ashley • honor student as a health and physical education major at Delaware • enjoys working with handicapped children.

2011 Season: Appeared in 44 games while starting 30, including 20 as the designated player and 10 as the catcher • batted .188 on the year with 15 hits, seven runs scored and four RBI • increased her aver-

Year 2011 2012 Totals

14

Avg. .188 .143 .172

GP/GS 44/30 33/6 77/36

AB 80 42 122

R 7 1 8

H 15 6 21

2B 1 1 2

3B 0 0 0

HR 1 1 2

RBI 4 3 7

TB 19 10 29

SLG% .238 .238 .238

BB 8 3 11

HBP 3 0 3

SO 20 17 37

GDP 0 0 0

OB% .286 .200 .257

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SF 0 0 0

SH 0 0 0

SB-ATT 0-1 0-0 0-1

PO 58 7 65

A 8 1 9

E 3 1 4

FLD% .957 .889 .949


at Rider (4/11) • crushed a two-run homer in the Blue

25

Hens’ 3-1 victory over Georgia State (4/21) • delivered a two-run

SOPHOMORE • UTILITY • R/L NEWARK, DEL. • GRASSFIELD (VA.)

single during the 4-0 win

over

UNCW

(4/28) and added a

At Delaware: Second-year member of the Blue Hens who will look to again start in right field.

two-run homer in the 2012 Season: Appeared in 51 games while making 44 starts, including 19 in

8-3 win over the Seahawks the following day • earned the Team Sportsmanship Award.

right field • batted .194 with 26 hits and five doubles • led the team with four home runs, and ranked with

fourth 16

runs

scored and 14 RBI • went 2 for 2 with a homer and

High School: Played four years of softball, three years of volleyball, and two years of basketball in high school • first team All-District, All-Eastern Region and All-Tidewater selection as a catcher • named team MVP as a senior when she was the squad’s starting catcher and leadoff hitter • served as team captain during sophomore and senior seasons • led volleyball team to the district championship and the region semifinals • helped basketball team to its first ever district appearance during sophomore year • awarded Grassfield High School Honor of Distinction for academic and athletic success, involvement in the community, and good character • member of National Honor Society • participated in Key Club • Student Government President as a freshman.

three runs scored during the 13-2 win over Army (2/25) • finished 2 for 3 with a home run and three RBI against Sacramento State (3/3) • was 2 for 3 with a triple, RBI and

Personal: Kaitlyn Sarah Breneman • daughter of Gregory and Mary Breneman • has sisters Meghan, Sarah and Rebecca • double major in exercise science and nutritional science/dietetics at Delaware with a minor in strength & conditioning • enjoys weightlifting and running in her free time • worked as an intern with the UD strength & conditioning department over the summer.

run scored in the 7-2 win over Saint Peter’s (4/4) • had two hits and a run scored during the 4-1 triumph

Year 2012 Totals

Avg. .194 .194

GP/GS 51/44 51/44

AB 134 134

R 16 16

H 26 26

2B 5 5

3B 1 1

HR 4 4

RBI 14 14

TB 45 45

SLG% .336 .336

BB 7 7

HBP 0 0

SO 33 33

GDP 1 1

OB% .232 .232

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SF 1 1

SH 1 1

SB-ATT 2-3 2-3

PO 69 69

A 2 2

E 3 3

FLD% .959 .959

15


had three hits and scored a run in the 2-0 win over Norfolk State (3/17) •

17

went 3 for 4 versus Hofstra (4/7) • had three hits including a dou-

SOPHOMORE • INFIELD • L/R SACRAMENTO, CALIF. • FOOTHILL

ble and scored a run during the doubleheader at

At Delaware: Second-year player expected to start again at third base for the Blue Hens • all-conference

Rider (4/11) • delivered a two-run double in the 7-

candidate • named College Sports Madness second team Preseason All-CAA.

4 triumph at James 2012 Season: Colonial Athletic Association All-Rookie Team selection • named UD Team Offensive MVP • led the Blue Hens with a .305 batting average, 53 hits, 25 runs scored, nine doubles, and three triples • her 53 hits are tied for the ninth most in a UD single season • ranked second on the team with 11

Madison (4/15) • went 3 for 4 with a homer and two runs scored against the Dukes in the CAA Tournament (5/11) • selected to the CAA AllTournament

Team

named CAA Rookie of the Week on Feb. 28.

multi-hit games • went 2 for 3 with a two-run homer and two runs scored in her Blue Hen debut against Charlotte (2/11) •

High School: Four-year starter at Foothill High School • four-year first team All-Capital Valley Conference selection • named All-City during her final three seasons • selected honorable mention All-Metro as a sophomore and second team All-Metro during her final two years • team MVP as a junior and senior • Optimist All-Star • honor roll student • link crew coordinator.

recorded three consecutive two-hit games against Army and twice versus

Personal: Jessica Ann Grisler • daughter of Marty and Christy Grisler • has sisters Amber, Magen and Alissa • criminal justice major at Delaware.

Monmouth • went 2 for 4 with a pair of doubles against Temple (3/14) •

Year 2012 Totals

16

Avg. .305 .305

GP/GS 57/57 57/57

AB 174 174

R 25 25

H 53 53

2B 9 9

3B 3 3

HR 2 2

RBI 13 13

TB 74 74

SLG% .425 .425

BB 25 25

HBP 2 2

SO 27 27

GDP 0 0

OB% .398 .398

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SF 0 0

SH 1 1

SB-ATT 6-9 6-9

PO 69 69

A 95 95

E 16 16

FLD% .911 .911


High School: Fouryear starter on the softball team as a

87

catcher and shortstop at Walter Panas High School • three-time

SOPHOMORE • CATCHER/UTILITY • R/L CORTLANDT MANOR, N.Y. • WALTER PANAS

All-League selection • All-Section I pick and

At Delaware: Second-year member of the Blue Hens who will again challenge for the starting position

fourth team All-State honoree as a senior •

behind the plate.

earned New York State 2012 Season: Appeared in 51 games while making 46 starts, all but one behind the plate

• earned

the

Team

Defensive

MVP

award • recorded five hits and two runs scored on the year • posted first

Officials Sportsmanship Award during senior year • NYS Scholar Athlete all four years • two-year captain • led Walter Panas to the Section I Class A tournament during her final two seasons • member of National Honor Society and National Spanish Honor Society • earned Pablo Neruda Award and Underclassmen Math, Spanish and English awards • given Superintendent’s Award for Outstanding CoCurricular Achievement.

career hit against Binghamton (2/17) • had a single in three consecutive

Personal: Mary C. O’Reilly • daughter of Patrick and Karen O’Reilly • has an older sister, Susan • health and physical education major at Delaware with a minor in physical activity with disabilities • enjoys exercising, math, and playing video games.

games

against La Salle, Norfolk State and Western Michigan • also recorded a single against George Mason (4/1) • threw out 10 runners attempting to steal.

Year 2012 Totals

Avg. .079 .079

GP/GS 51/46 51/46

AB 63 63

R 2 2

H 5 5

2B 0 0

3B 0 0

HR 0 0

RBI 0 0

TB 5 5

SLG% .079 .079

BB 7 7

HBP 1 1

SO 17 17

GDP 0 0

OB% .183 .183

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SH 3 3

SB-ATT PO 0-0 227 0-0 227

A 22 22

E 2 2

FLD% .992 .992

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FRESHMAN • PITCHER • R/R WINTER SPRINGS, FLA. • WINTER SPRINGS

FRESHMAN • PITCHER • R/R SAN DIEGO, CALIF. • SCRIPPS RANCH

At Delaware: First-year player who will look to contribute in the circle for the Blue Hens.

At Delaware: First-year player who will look to contribute in the circle for the Blue Hens.

High School: Three-time first team All-State selection at Winter Springs High School • named honorable

High School: Four-year starter on the Scripps Ranch High School softball team • named Eastern League

mention All-State as a freshman • selected first team All-Conference and Bright House Sports Network

Pitcher of the Year in 2009 and 2010 • named first team All-Eastern League as a freshman, sophomore

Player of the Year during all four years • led Winter Springs to the state finals in 2011, the district cham-

and senior • selected to All-San Diego Team • named Scripps Ranch MVP as a senior • earned All-Academic

pionship in 2009 and 2012, and the regional title in 2010 • 2011-12 Student Government Executive Board

Team honors during final two years • twice selected Scripps Ranch Athlete of the Month • led Scripps Ranch

Member • 2010-12 Leadership Member • 2010-12 Safe School Ambassador.

to the league championship during her first three years, and the league runner-up as a senior.

Personal: Kiersten T. Coffman • daughter of Scott and Jennifer Coffman • has a younger brother, Ryan

Personal: Taylor Marie Curran • daughter of Mike and Sonna Curran • has an older brother, Jake •

• communications major at Delaware with a minor in political science.

mother played softball at the University of San Diego • elementary education major at Delaware.

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FRESHMAN • INFIELD • R/R WALKERSVILLE, MD. • WALKERSVILLE

FRESHMAN • OUTFIELD • R/R AUBURN, CALIF. • DEL ORO

At Delaware: First-year player who will look to contribute in the infield for the Blue Hens.

At Delaware: First-year player who will look to contribute in the outfield for the Blue Hens.

High School: Four-year varsity letterwinner at Walkersville High School • named first team All-County

High School: Four-year member of the softball team at Del Oro High School • named first team All-League

during her final three years after earning second team honors as a freshman • school’s record holder in

during all four years • selected honorable mention All-Metro as a freshman • led Del Oro to four league

career RBI • named Walkersville Team MVP as a junior and Rookie of the Year as a freshman • led the

championships, and the section and division runner-up in 2009 and 2011 • earned Magna Cum Laude hon-

team to regional championships in 2009 and 2012 • also played two years of basketball • graduated with

ors.

highest honors • honor roll and student athlete academic honor roll during every semester. Personal: Hannah Christine George • daughter of Pete George and Tanya George • has two brothers, Personal: Victoria “Tori” Marie Conrad • daughter of Chris and Joanne Conrad • has brothers Ryan, Sam

Austin and Pierson • athletic training major at Delaware • enjoys snowboarding, dirtbiking and wake-

and Jack • political science major at Delaware who aspires to become a lawyer • plays the flute.

boarding.

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FRESHMAN • OUTFIELD • R/R LAKE FOREST, CALIF. • EL TORO

FRESHMAN • UTILITY • R/R CEDAR GROVE, N.J. • CEDAR GROVE

At Delaware: First-year player who will look to contribute in the outfield for the Blue Hens.

At Delaware: First-year player who will look to contribute for the Blue Hens.

High School: Four-year member of the softball team at El Toro High School • earned three letters • first

High School: Four-year member of the softball and basketball teams at Cedar Grove High School • named

team All-Seaview League selection as a senior.

first team All-Conference during her final three years • first team All-County selection as a junior • selected the team’s Freshman of the Year and Sophomore of the Year • led Cedar Grove to the 2010 county

Personal: Shelby E. Jones • daughter of Rick and Karen Jones • has a brother, Shane • father played

championship, as well as a pair of conference and section titles • basketball team won the county champi-

baseball at Claremont McKenna • grandmother, Carolyn Schuler Jones, won two gold medals at the 1960

onship during her senior year • honor roll student.

Olympics in the 4x100 medley relay and 100 butterfly. Personal: Lisa Ann Stacevicz • daughter of Shawn and Amy Stacevicz • has an older sister, Amanda, a senior on the UD softball team, and a younger sister, Erin • university studies major at Delaware • enjoys dancing and playing tennis, volleyball and basketball.

73 FRESHMAN • OUTFIELD • R/R COLTS NECK, N.J. • RED BANK CATHOLIC At Delaware: First-year player who will look to contribute in the outfield for the Blue Hens.

High School: Four-year member of the softball team at Red Bank Catholic High School • named first team All-Shore and first team All-County as a junior and senior • helped lead Red Bank Catholic to the 2008 Shore Championship and to the Division Championship in 2009 and 2010.

Personal: Gabrielle E. “Gabby” Klecko • daughter of Joe and Deborah Klecko • has brothers Mike, Dan and Josh, and a sister, Kate • father played 11 seasons for the New York Jets, has his jersey retired by the team, and is a member of the New York Jets Ring of Honor • he was named the NFL Defensive Player of the Year in 1981 • Dan played seven seasons in the NFL for the New England Patriots, Indianapolis Colts and Philadelphia Eagles, and was a member of three Super Bowl winning teams • university studies major at Delaware.

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Date Feb. 11 Feb. 11 Feb. 17 Feb. 17 Feb. 18 Feb. 18 Feb. 19 Feb. 25 Feb. 25 Feb. 26 Feb. 26 Mar. 2 Mar. 2 Mar. 3 Mar. 3 Mar. 4 Mar. 9 Mar. 9 Mar. 10 Mar. 10 Mar. 14 Mar. 14 Mar. 16 Mar. 17 Mar. 18 Mar. 18 Mar. 21 Mar. 21 Mar. 24 Mar. 25 Mar. 25 Mar. 27 Mar. 27 Mar. 31 Mar. 31 Apr. 1 Apr. 4 Apr. 4 Apr. 7 Apr. 7 Apr. 8 Apr. 11 Apr. 11 Apr. 14 Apr. 14 Apr. 15 Apr. 21 Apr. 21 Apr. 25 Apr. 28 Apr. 28 Apr. 29 May 4 May 4 May 5 May 10 May 11

Opponent at Charlotte vs. Presbyterian vs. Boston College vs. Binghamton vs. UT Martin at Florida Gulf Coast vs. Saint Louis vs. Army vs. Monmouth vs. Monmouth vs. Norfolk State vs. #3 Washington at Pacific vs. Sacramento State vs. #3 Washington vs. Sacramento State vs. #25 DePaul at Florida International vs. #25 DePaul at Florida International Temple Temple La Salle Norfolk State Western Michigan Villanova Delaware State Delaware at Towson at Towson at Towson at Villanova at Villanova George Mason George Mason George Mason Saint Peter’s Saint Peter’s Hofstra Hofstra Hofstra at Rider at Rider at James Madison at James Madison at James Madison Georgia State Georgia State at Penn at UNCW at UNCW at UNCW Drexel Drexel Drexel at Hofstra vs. James Madison

Game Codes: * Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) game % Florida Gulf Coast Tournament (Fort Myers, Fla.)

Score 3-4 W 2-1 2-3 0-8 1-9 W 6-4 3-4 W 13-2 3-6 6-14 3-4 0-12 1-6 5-9 0-5 0-6 1-5 0-8 0-12 1-14 0-8 2-4 1-5 W 2-0 3-6 1-4 0-3 T 5-5 0-1 W 5-4 3-4 0-8 4-5 2-4 W 4-3 0-8 W 5-3 W 7-2 0-3 2-9 0-9 0-4 W 4-1 0-7 0-7 W 7-4 0-7 W 3-1 2-3 W 4-0 1-2 W 8-3 W 2-1 0-2 W 4-3 1-2 3-6

L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L

L L L L L L L L L

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r-h-e 3-6-3 2-5-0 2-5-2 0-4-2 1-6-4 6-8-0 3-6-2 13-12-2 3-9-1 6-10-5 3-6-2 0-0-2 1-7-1 5-9-3 0-3-1 0-7-2 1-4-2 0-2-1 0-1-2 1-2-4 0-2-3 2-5-1 1-5-1 2-7-1 3-5-2 1-4-1 0-2-0 5-7-1 0-3-0 5-10-0 3-8-1 0-2-1 4-8-3 2-3-1 4-9-2 0-6-3 5-6-1 7-10-3 0-1-2 2-7-3 0-2-0 0-1-1 4-10-2 0-1-0 0-4-1 7-9-2 0-7-3 3-7-0 2-8-2 4-6-0 1-4-0 8-6-1 2-4-2 0-2-1 4-9-0 1-3-0 3-9-1

r-h-e 4-7-1 1-5-3 3-7-1 8-14-0 9-8-0 4-5-2 4-6-1 2-5-3 6-6-2 14-22-3 4-7-0 12-16-1 6-8-0 9-15-0 5-5-2 6-10-0 5-8-0 8-9-0 12-12-0 14-14-0 8-10-1 4-6-5 5-8-0 0-4-0 6-10-1 4-10-0 3-8-0 5-7-2 1-2-0 4-5-1 4-9-0 8-11-0 5-8-0 4-8-1 3-7-1 8-11-1 3-6-2 2-2-1 3-9-1 9-12-1 9-15-0 4-10-1 1-6-1 7-12-1 7-8-0 4-10-0 7-13-2 1-7-0 3-7-3 0-4-0 2-9-1 3-7-3 1-4-2 2-9-2 3-9-1 2-9-1 6-9-0

Inns 7 7 7 7 5 7 7 5 7 7 7 5 7 7 7 7 7 5 5 5 6 7 7 7 7 7 7 6 7 7 12 6 7 7 7 6 7 7 7 7 5 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 10 7 7

Overall 0-1 1-1 1-2 1-3 1-4 2-4 2-5 3-5 3-6 3-7 3-8 3-9 3-10 3-11 3-12 3-13 3-14 3-15 3-16 3-17 3-18 3-19 3-20 4-20 4-21 4-22 4-23 4-23-1 4-24-1 5-24-1 5-25-1 5-26-1 5-27-1 5-28-1 6-28-1 6-29-1 7-29-1 8-29-1 8-30-1 8-31-1 8-32-1 8-33-1 9-33-1 9-34-1 9-35-1 10-35-1 10-36-1 11-36-1 11-37-1 12-37-1 12-38-1 13-38-1 14-38-1 14-39-1 15-39-1 15-40-1 15-41-1

& Norfolk State Spartan Classic (Norfolk, Va.) ^ Louisville Slugger Invitational at Pacific (Stockton, Calif.) @ Florida International Tournament (Miami, Fla.)

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

Pitcher of record Jiao (L 0-1) Rust (W 1-0) Jennings (L 0-1) Conway (L 0-1) Jennings (L 0-2) Conway (W 1-1) Rust (L 1-1) Rust (W 2-1) Jiao (L 0-2) Rust (L 2-2) Jennings (L 0-3) Jiao (L 0-3) Jennings (L 0-4) Jennings (L 0-5) Jiao (L 0-4) Jiao (L 0-5) Jiao (L 0-6) Jennings (L 0-6) Jiao (L 0-7) Jennings (L 0-7) Jiao (L 0-8) Rust (L 2-3) Rust (L 2-4) Jiao (W 1-8) Rust (L 2-5) Jennings (L 0-8) Jiao (L 1-9) Jiao (L 1-10) Jennings (W 1-8) Jiao (L 1-11) Jiao (L 1-12) Jiao (L 1-13) Jiao (L 1-14) Rust (W 3-5) Jiao (L 1-15) Jiao (W 2-15) Rust (W 4-5) Jiao (L 2-16) Rust (L 4-6) Jiao (L 2-17) Jiao (L 2-18) Rust (W 5-6) Jiao (L 2-19) Rust (L 5-7) Jiao (W 3-19) Jiao (L 3-20) Jiao (W 4-20) Jiao (L 4-21) Jiao (W 5-21) Jiao (L 5-22) Jiao (W 6-22) Jiao (W 7-22) Jiao (L 7-23) Jiao (W 8-23) Jiao (L 8-24) Jiao (L 8-25)

Att. 200 50 47 47 73 135 45 74 65 65 86 212 355 312 323 349 319 319 282 282 100 100 215 180 210 235 160 160 59 74 86 83 89 120 120 145 135 130 375 375 210 216 216 507 507 459 190 190 65 101 124 154 125 125 215 170 105

Time 1:48 1:49 1:52 2:00 1:28 1:50 1:53 1:38 2:10 2:21 2:05 1:35 1:54 2:07 1:55 2:03 1:50 1:19 1:30 1:34 1:45 1:48 1:44 1:36 2:20 1:44 2:12 1:54 1:25 2:07 2:43 1:37 1:46 1:55 2:17 1:46 1:45 1:35 1:55 2:30 1:35 1:31 1:45 1:43 1:57 2:20 2:12 1:35 1:50 1:30 1:45 1:54 1:38 1:48 2:40 1:44 1:55

! Delaware Spring Invitational (Newark, Del.) + CAA Tournament (Hempstead, N.Y.)

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Overall Statistics (15-41-1) Colonial Athletic Association: 8-12 (4th place) Batters AVG GP GS 17 Jessica Grisler .............. .305 57 57 24 Michelle McKinnon ...... .289 57 57 2 Gina Knutson .............. .243 40 40 4 Alicea Coy.................... .237 55 55 9 Lara Andrews .............. .231 57 57 23 Marisa Newman .......... .207 56 56 7 Maggie Creciun ............ .195 54 45 25 Kaitlyn Breneman ........ .194 51 44 11 Rachel Jones................ .194 36 27 33 Morgan Culver ............ .156 36 22 87 Mary O’Reilly .............. .079 51 46 ---------21 Brianna Jennings ........ .250 4 2 18 Chenxi Jiao.................. .231 8 0 13 Hannah Rust ................ .214 12 10 22 Brittney Noons ............ .143 33 6 15 Kathleen Conway ........ .000 5 1 19 Becky Ellis .................. .000 7 1 Totals.................................... .225 57 Opponents .......................... .316 57

AB 174 173 115 156 147 135 77 134 67 77 63

R 25 20 8 10 13 5 20 16 7 3 2

H 53 50 28 37 34 28 15 26 13 12 5

4 13 14 42 3 3

1 3 1 1 0 0

1 3 3 6 0 0

1397 135 1553 287

314 490

2B 3B HR 9 3 2 5 0 1 3 0 3 6 0 0 8 1 3 7 0 2 1 1 0 5 1 4 5 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 1 0 0

54 6 16 91 16 39

RBI 13 18 10 15 21 10 2 14 5 8 0 0 0 2 3 0 0

TB SLG% 74 .425 58 .335 40 .348 43 .276 53 .361 41 .304 18 .234 45 .336 18 .269 15 .195 5 .079 2 3 3 10 0 0

121 428 259 730

.500 .231 .214 .238 .000 .000

BB HBP 25 2 4 9 9 1 9 1 27 4 10 14 10 2 7 0 5 5 3 1 7 1 0 0 2 3 1 0

0 1 0 0 0 0

SO GDP OB% 27 0 .398 19 1 .339 22 0 .304 18 1 .281 17 3 .365 32 1 .325 17 0 .303 33 1 .232 21 1 .299 13 2 .198 17 0 .183 1 4 4 17 0 1

0 0 0 0 0 0

SF 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0

SH 1 6 2 16 11 6 5 1 3 4 3

SB 6 6 5 1 2 0 9 2 0 1 0

ATT 9 7 10 1 2 0 11 3 0 1 0

PO 69 138 77 166 89 171 60 69 24 0 227

A 95 73 5 69 8 42 5 2 2 0 22

E 16 9 7 14 5 8 4 3 4 0 2

FLD% .911 .959 .921 .944 .951 .964 .942 .959 .867 .000 .992

.250 .286 .313 .200 .250 .000

0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0

0 7 4 7 4 0

11 21 26 1 11 1

2 7 4 1 1 1

.846 .824 .882 .889 .938 .500

3 12

58 56

32 30

44 1112 394 87 41 1142 482 55

.945 .967

.306 122 .470 150

41 263 37 237

10 .305 4 .386

R 108 78 59 42

BB 54 48 24 24

SO 128 53 30 26

2B 44 21 14 12

3B HR AB B-Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA 6 21 721 .288 6 15 3 7 28 5 6 419 .322 12 14 1 2 18 5 4 254 .362 8 4 0 1 6 0 8 159 .346 0 4 2 2 4

2 370.2 490 287 224 150 237 4 380.2 314 135 108 122 263

91 54

16 6

Runners Left on Base: UD - 344, Opponents - 409. Double Plays Turned: UD - 12, Opponents - 18. Pitchers ERA 18 Chenxi Jiao ..................3.31 13 Hannah Rust ................4.40 21 Brianna Jennings ..........5.78 15 Kathleen Conway ..........6.34

W 8 5 1 1

L 25 7 8 1

APP 39 30 21 12

GS 26 20 9 2

CG SHO CBO SV IP H 13 2 0 2 181.2 208 7 0 0 0 100.1 135 2 0 0 0 53.1 92 0 0 0 0 35.1 55

Totals ................................4.23 15 41 Opponents ........................1.99 41 15

57 57

57 57

22 34

2 18

0 2

ER 86 63 44 32

39 1553 .316 16 1397 .225

26 29

37 41

6 3

12 3

56 58

Colonial Athletic Association Statistics (8-12, 4th place) Batters AVG GP GS 2 Gina Knutson .............. .400 8 8 17 Jessica Grisler .............. .286 20 20 4 Alicea Coy.................... .254 20 20 24 Michelle McKinnon ...... .246 20 20 23 Marisa Newman .......... .240 20 20 33 Morgan Culver ............ .186 16 14 25 Kaitlyn Breneman ........ .182 18 17 7 Maggie Creciun ............ .167 20 15 9 Lara Andrews .............. .163 20 20 87 Mary O’Reilly .............. .048 20 20 ---------21 Brianna Jennings ........ .333 2 1 11 Rachel Jones................ .250 11 5 18 Chenxi Jiao.................. .250 7 0 13 Hannah Rust ................ .143 8 7 22 Brittney Noons ............ .000 11 1 15 Kathleen Conway ........ .000 3 1

AB 25 56 59 61 50 43 55 30 49 21

R 1 8 5 3 2 2 6 7 5 0

H 10 16 15 15 12 8 10 5 8 1

3 12 12 7 13 3

1 2 3 0 0 0

1 3 3 1 0 0

Totals.................................... .216 20 Opponents .......................... .303 20

499 561

45 82

108 170

Pitchers ERA 15 Kathleen Conway ..........2.21 18 Chenxi Jiao ..................2.70 21 Brianna Jennings ..........4.34 13 Hannah Rust ................5.36

W L 0 0 6 10 1 0 1 2

APP 3 17 5 11

GS CG SHO CBO SV 1 0 0 0 0 10 6 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 8 1 0 0 0

Totals ................................3.38 8 12 Opponents ........................1.82 12 8

20 20

22

20 20

7 13

2B 3B HR 0 0 1 1 1 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 3 0 1 2 0 0 2 0 2 0 1 0 4 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0

18 3 5 34 10 10

1 8

0 1

RBI 3 4 6 6 7 3 7 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

TB SLG% 13 .520 19 .339 17 .288 17 .279 18 .360 10 .233 18 .327 7 233 17 .347 1 .048

BB HBP 2 0 14 2 4 1 2 4 5 4 1 1 3 0 4 1 13 2 0 0

2 4 3 1 0 0

.667 .333 .250 .143 .000 .000

0 0 0 1 0 1

41 147 73 254

.295 .453

50 57

IP 6.1 93.1 9.2 31.1

0 2 1 0 0 0

SO GDP OB% 7 0 .444 7 0 .444 5 1 .313 10 0 .313 10 1 .356 6 2 .222 9 1 .220 6 0 .286 4 1 .359 6 0 .048 1 5 4 3 6 0

18 89 15 100

SF 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

SH 1 1 9 3 2 3 1 2 5 1

SB 0 2 1 3 0 1 1 2 2 0

ATT 1 2 1 4 0 1 2 4 2 0

PO 18 25 37 53 94 0 8 26 34 115

A 4 40 24 23 6 0 0 1 3 8

E 2 6 6 2 1 0 1 0 1 0

FLD% .917 .915 .910 .974 .990 .000 .889 1.000 .974 1.000

.333 .357 .308 .250 .000 .250

0 0 0 0 0 0

0 1 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0

0 5 4 1 0 2

3 1 9 8 0 3

0 0 2 1 0 0

1.000 1.000 .867 .900 .000 1.000

6 .310 2 .379

1 6

29 26

12 6

17 9

422 134 22 426 170 18

.962 .971

0 0 0 0 0 0

H 6 93 20 51

R 2 39 11 30

ER 2 36 6 24

BB 7 23 5 22

SO 4 77 5 14

2B 2 18 4 10

3B HR 0 0 5 8 2 0 3 2

1 140.2 170 0 142.0 108

82 45

68 37

57 100 50 89

34 18

10 3

10 5

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AB B-Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA .250 0 0 0 0 1 .264 1 10 1 4 14 .426 1 1 0 1 3 .370 4 4 0 1 8 .303 .216

6 10

15 18

1 0

6 1

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2012 COLONIAL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION FINAL STANDINGS

W Hofstra ................................19 James Madison ....................15 Georgia State ......................13 Delaware ............................8 Towson ..................................8 Drexel ..................................7 George Mason........................7 UNCW ....................................4

CAA L 0 5 7 12 13 13 14 17

PCT 1.000 .750 .650 .400 .382 .350 .333 .190

W 42 30 38 15 25 22 13 9

2012 CAA TOURNAMENT - Hofstra Field, Hempstead, N.Y. Thursday, May 10 Game 1: #1 Hofstra 2, #4 Delaware 1 Game 2: #3 Georgia State 7, #2 James Madison 4

OVERALL L 15 26 18 41 30 26 41 45

T 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

PCT .737 .536 .679 .272 .455 .458 .241 .167

Home 22-2 14-8 15-8 7-13-1 13-11 13-8 6-20 5-17

Thursday, May 12 Game 3: Hofstra 1, Georgia State 0 Game 4: James Madison 6, Delaware 3 Game 5: Georgia State 9, James Madison 1 (5 inn.)

Away 16-3 10-7 13-8 6-15 6-13 4-13 6-17 3-18

Neutral 4-10 6-11 10-2 2-13 6-6 5-5 1-4 1-10

Friday, May 13 Game 6: Hofstra 9, Georgia State 1 (5 inn.)

Tournament Most Outstanding Player: Olivia Galati (Hofstra). All-Tournament Team: Becca Bigler (Hofstra), Ashley Christy (Georgia State), Lauren Coleman (Georgia State), Olivia Galati (Hofstra), Jessica Grisler (Delaware), Chenxi Jiao (Delaware), Haley Johnson (James Madison), Sarah Mooney (James Madison), Paige Nowacki (Georgia State), Tori Rocha (Hofstra), Krista Thorn (Hofstra)

2012 COLONIAL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION ALL-CONFERENCE TEAMS ALL-CAA FIRST TEAM

ALL-CAA SECOND TEAM

Paige Collins, Drexel ....................................................................C Lauren Coleman, Georgia State ..................................................1B Brooke Blankenship, George Mason ..........................................2B Krista Thorn, Hofstra..................................................................3B Ashley Burnham, James Madison ................................................SS Morgan Heath, James Madison ..................................................OF Rachael Senatore, Hofstra ..........................................................OF Tessa Ziemba, Hofstra ................................................................OF Erin Trippi, Hofstra ..............................................................DP/NP Olivia Galati, Hofstra ............................................................DP/P Olivia Galti, Hofstra ....................................................................P Heather Keifer, James Madison ....................................................P

Callie Aford, Georgia State ..........................................................C Jenn Reading, Drexel ................................................................1B Tori Rocha, Hofstra ....................................................................2B Caitlin Sandy, James Madison ....................................................3B Hailey Balk, Towson....................................................................SS Megan Blank, George Mason......................................................OF Ashley Christy, Georgia State......................................................OF Tori Dudley, George Mason ........................................................OF Maddison Timoteo, Drexel ..................................................DP/NP Sarah Mooney, James Madison ..............................................DP/P Katie Lingmai, Towson..................................................................P Kaitlyn Medlam, Georgia State ....................................................P

CAA ALL-ROOKIE TEAM Callie Alford, Georgia State ..........................................................C Hailey Balk, Towson....................................................................SS Brooke Blankenship, George Mason ..........................................2B Ashley Christy, Georgia State......................................................OF Lauren Coleman, Georgia State ..................................................1B Jordan Critcher, UNW ..................................................................IF Jessica Grisler, Delaware......................................................IF Morgan Heath, James Madison ..................................................OF Heather Kiefer, James Madison ....................................................P Sarah Mooney, James Madison ..................................................DP Erin Trippi, Hofstra ....................................................................DP

COLONIAL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION HONORS Player of the Year: Ashley Burnham, James Madison Pitcher of the Year: Olivia Galati, Hofstra Rookie of the Year: Heather Kiefer, James Madison Coach of the Year: Bill Edwards, Hofstra

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FINAL TEAM STATISTICS BATTING G Hofstra ..........................57 James Madison ..............56 Drexel ............................48 Georgia State..................56 George Mason ................53 Towson............................55 Delaware ....................57 UNCW ............................54

Avg .291 .287 .265 .263 .262 .240 .225 .203

AB 1517 1475 1242 1482 1447 1443 1397 1353

R 305 237 206 232 169 200 135 106

H 442 424 329 390 379 346 314 274

2B 67 74 44 58 56 67 54 48

3B 12 4 12 6 5 12 6 1

HR 43 38 31 38 12 24 16 17

BB 174 124 114 174 155 158 122 111

SO 252 75 209 293 244 311 263 285

SB-ATT 42-47 75-93 40-51 52-64 32-46 21-36 32-44 8-11

PITCHING G Hofstra ..........................57 Georgia State..................56 James Madison ..............56 Towson............................55 UNCW ............................54 George Mason ................53 Drexel ............................48 Delaware ....................57

ERA 1.45 2.26 3.03 3.10 3.73 3.89 3.95 4.23

W 42 38 30 25 9 13 22 15

L 15 18 26 30 44 39 26 41

Sv 3 5 4 1 1 2 2 2

IP 381.1 377.1 372.0 370.2 353.0 356.2 315.1 370.2

H 285 353 360 372 347 442 354 490

R 117 149 202 200 257 255 216 287

ER 79 122 161 164 188 198 178 224

BB 53 120 197 108 186 159 162 150

SO 450 247 251 291 248 151 195 237

FIELDING G Hofstra ..........................57 James Madison ..............56 Georgia State..................56 Towson............................55 George Mason ................53 Drexel ............................48 Delaware ....................57

PO 1144 1116 1132 1112 1070 946 1112

A 314 553 519 351 536 417 394

E 40 52 57 54 65 62 87

Pct .973 .970 .967 .964 .961 .956 .945

DP 9 14 19 9 21 7 12

PB 5 5 8 10 16 7 6

SB-ATT 20-28 46-56 28-35 56-64 45-61 45-54 29-40

INDIVIDUAL BATTING Min 2.0 AB/Team game G Rachael Senatore, Hofstra ................................57 Morgan Heath, James Madison ........................56 Hailey Balk, Towson ........................................51 Olivia Galati, Hofstra........................................53 Brooke Blankenship, George Mason..................46 Ashley Burnham, James Madison......................52 Tori Dudley, George Mason ..............................51 Lauren Coleman, Georgia State ........................54 Jenn Reading, Drexel ......................................48 Sarah Mooney, James Madison ........................49 Paige Collings, Drexel ......................................48 Erika Stasch, Towson ........................................54 Tessa Ziemba, Hofstra ......................................56 Comfort Ahonkhai, Drexel ................................48 Haley Johnson, James Madison ........................55 Jasmine Butler, James Madison ........................56 Becca Bigler, Hofstra ........................................57 Jessica Grisler, Delaware ..........................57 Caitlin Sandy, James Madison ..........................56 Krista Thorn, Hofstra ........................................57

Avg .364 .355 .350 .345 .343 .335 .335 .326 .326 .322 .320 .318 .316 .310 .310 .309 .309 .305 .293 .289

AB 195 183 163 168 143 158 164 138 132 149 150 157 174 113 155 178 175 174 150 152

R 38 33 24 35 26 38 28 16 24 25 23 24 36 19 14 33 41 25 26 30

H 71 65 57 58 49 53 55 45 43 48 48 50 55 35 48 55 54 53 44 44

RBI 22 14 26 37 30 42 16 22 23 29 41 37 45 10 34 15 34 13 14 36

2B 8 11 15 11 12 15 9 10 7 8 12 14 8 0 7 3 9 9 11 9

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

HR 0 2 0 4 5 11 2 3 8 9 8 7 11 0 4 2 11 2 2 8

BB 17 13 8 14 20 14 16 27 27 11 18 20 19 7 15 11 31 25 11 22

Min 1.0 IP/Team game App Olivia Galati, Hofstra........................................48 Heather Kiefer, James Madison ........................30 Kaitlyn Medlam, Georgia State ........................30 McCall Langford, Georgia State ........................30 Alana Thomas, Georgia State............................24 Katie Lingmai, Towson ......................................32 Miranda Cranford, George Mason ....................20 Erin Wade, Hofstra ..........................................18 Stephanie Maher, George Mason ......................31 Amanda Davenport, UNCW ..............................37 Chenxi Jiao, Delaware ..............................39 Shelby Taylor, Drexel........................................27 Hillary Allen, Drexel ........................................33 Missy McCormick, Towson ................................22 Sarah Mooney, James Madison ........................29

ERA 0.95 1.96 1.99 2.22 2.37 2.40 2.78 2.80 3.23 3.27 3.31 3.36 3.48 3.50 3.56

W-L 34-7 14-6 14-4 12-5 11-8 13-14 2-9 8-8 5-13 8-21 8-25 12-10 10-15 6-8 8-10

Sv 3 2 4 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 1 1 0 0

IP 280.2 143.0 105.1 119.2 115.0 192.2 60.1 100.0 119.1 199.1 181.2 125.0 157.0 94.0 110.0

H 157 132 73 130 114 148 69 125 145 200 208 129 164 102 104

R 54 53 33 48 47 76 34 62 69 135 108 77 93 59 62

ER 38 40 30 38 39 66 24 40 55 93 86 60 78 47 56

BB 26 41 28 33 39 65 28 27 40 94 54 51 95 23 82

SO 378 95 98 75 57 203 34 70 41 107 128 84 99 55 71

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The Colonial Athletic Association has built a reputation as one of the nation’s top collegiate conferences both athletically and academically. The CAA encompasses five of the nation’s nine largest metropolitan areas with a geographic footprint that stretches from Boston to Atlanta. The conference has produced 16 national team champions in five different sports, 33 individual national champions, 12 national players of the year, 12 national coaches of the year and 12 Honda Award winners. Just as impressive, however, are the honors accumulated away from competition, which include five Rhodes Scholars and 22 NCAA post-graduate scholars. In 2011-12, more than 1,900 of the league’s 4,000 student-athletes received the Commissioner’s Academic Award after posting at least a 3.2 grade point average while lettering in a varsity sport. The conference had 19 teams in 13 different sports receive NCAA Public Recognition Awards based on the latest Academic Progress Report released in 2012. The landscape of the conference stretches along the majority of the East Coast, and includes six of the nation’s top 25 media markets – New York (1), Philadelphia (4), Boston (7), Atlanta (8), Washington, D.C. (9) and Baltimore (25). The number of television homes in the CAA market exceeds 20 million. The CAA conducts championships in 23 sports. Male athletes compete for championships in baseball, basketball, cross country, CAA COMMISSIONER football, golf, lacrosse, soccer, swimming & diving, tennis, track & Tom Yeager field and wrestling. Female athletes battle for conference titles in basketball, cross country, field hockey, golf, lacrosse, rowing, soccer, softball, swimming & diving, tennis, track & field and volleyball. In 2011-12, 24 teams earned NCAA Tournament berths and 51 student-athletes received All-America honors in 16 different sports. The conference has made its presence known nationally in men’s basketball with two teams – George Mason (2006) and VCU (2011) – advancing to the NCAA Final Four over the past six years. Three CAA teams earned NCAA Tournament berths for the first time in 2011 as conference champion Old Dominion was joined by VCU and George Mason. VCU knocked off USC, Georgetown, Purdue, Florida State and top-seeded Kansas, while Mason defeated Villanova. In 2006, George Mason captured the nation’s imagination by becoming the first mid-major program since 1979 to reach the Final Four, posting victories over Michigan State, North Carolina, Wichita State and Connecticut along the way. At least five CAA teams have reached postseason play for the past four years. The CAA has also had great success in women’s basketball, with six teams making the postseason in 2011-12. Conference champion Delaware advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament for the first time and was ranked #7 in the final Associated Press Top 25 poll. James Madison beat two ACC and two Big East teams to reach the championship game of the WNIT. Drexel, Hofstra, UNCW and VCU joined the Dukes in the WNIT. Old Dominion, which won an NCAA-record 17 straight CAA titles from 1992-2008, boasts three national championships (1979, 1980, 1985) and was national runner-up in 1997. The conference also excels in many other sports. CAA squads have combined to win 10 field hockey national titles since the championship began in 1981 and ODU reached the national

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Commissioner ............................................................................................................Tom Yeager Deputy Commissioner for Basketball ......................................................................Ron Bertovich Chief Operating Officer..........................................................................................Cindy Williams Senior Associate Commissioner, Compliance & Governance/SWA ......................Kathleen Batterson Senior Associate Commissioner, Marketing/Development ....................................Robert Goodman Associate Commissioner, Communications ..............................................................Rob Washburn Associate Commissioner, Integrated Digital Strategies..................................................Scott Meyer Associate Commissioner, Broadcast Services..................................................................Peter Hock Assistant Commissioner, Championships ..................................................................Steve Kanaby Assistant Commissioner, Championships....................................................................Ashley Bolton Assistant Commissioner, Creative Services/Communications ......................................Niki DeSantis Assistant Commissioner, Creative Services/Video ....................................................................TBA Director of Basketball Strategies..................................................................................Katie Lowe Director of Communications - Football........................................................................Zach Burrus Director of Corporate Partnerships ........................................................................Brian Edmonds Assistant Director of Compliance & Student-Athlete Services ..................................Vincent Pierson Assistant Director of Video Services ........................................................................Bobby Broyles Officiating Administrator ........................................................................................Pamela Stone Communications Intern ..................................................................................Jonathan Davidson Championships Intern ..............................................................................................Mason Bryan

semifinals in 2011. Four men’s soccer teams earned NCAA Tournament berths last season and James Madison became the seventh CAA team to reach the final 16 of the event in the past decade. Hofstra’s softball team won the Los Angeles Regional and became the first CAA squad to advance to the NCAA Super Regionals. At least two women’s soccer teams have reached the second round of the NCAA Tournament in three of the past five seasons. William & Mary’s men’s cross country squad has made the NCAA Championship in 12 of the past 13 years. In the pool, George Mason’s Ashley Danner finished second in the 100 breaststroke and fifth in the 200 breaststroke at the 2012 NCAA Championship and received AllAmerica honors. Delaware and Towson have each reached the Final Four of the NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Championship. On the track, Mason’s David Verburg placed fourth in the 400 meters at the NCAA Championship. The CAA has sent multiple teams to the NCAA Baseball Championship in nine of the last 15 years and has had at least 12 players selected in the eight of the last 10 Major League Baseball drafts. The conference also boasts numerous All-Americans in lacrosse, tennis, golf, women’s lacrosse and wrestling. CAA member institutions are committed to excellence in the classroom. The Colonial Academic Alliance was created in 2002 by the league’s presidents with a goal of expanding their partnership to all aspects of university life outside of intercollegiate athletics. Among the programs that have been established are an undergraduate research conference, coordination of study abroad programs and granting visiting academic status to student-athletes traveling to an away contest so that they have access to libraries, academic resource centers and computer labs. Commissioner Thomas E. Yeager has guided the CAA since its inception. The conference traces its roots back to 1983 when three of its current members- George Mason University, James Madison University, and the College of William and Mary - were aligned with East Carolina University, the United States Naval Academy and the University of Richmond as a basketball league (ECAC South). During the next two years, the league added 11 sports, acquired two new members (the University of North Carolina at Wilmington and American University) and decided to form a new association. The transformation from ECAC South to CAA took place on June 6, 1985. Charter members George Mason, James Madison, UNC Wilmington and William and Mary were joined by Old Dominion University in 1991 and by Virginia Commonwealth University in 1995. The conference added the University of Delaware, Drexel University, Hofstra University and Towson University in 2001. Georgia State University and Northeastern University became members of the conference on July 1, 2005.

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All-Conference Selections First Team selections Marge Brown (1B) - 1983, 1984 Gail Hoffer (OF - 1983, 1984 Patty Freeman (P) - 1983, 1984, 1985 Theresa Kugelmann (3B) - 1983 Lori Horton (3B) - 1984, 1985, 1986 Terri Cavender (OF) - 1984 Chris Morrow (DH) - 1984 Lisa Bartoli (C) - 1985 Lynne Bartlett (OF) - 1986, 1987, 1988 Barb Lewis (OF) - 1986 Darla Shearer (P) - 1986 Kathy Tucci (P) - 1987 Tiffany Bashore (2B) - 1987 Missy Hukill (C) - 1988, 1989 Kim Griffin (OF) - 1992 Missy Miller (3B) - 1992 Janet Jones (OF) - 1993 Lauren Baugher (3B) - 1994, 1996 Lisa Frank (OF) - 1998 Kristi O’Connell (P) - 1998, 2000

Lauren Mark (OF) - 1999 Amanda Cariello (DP) - 1999, 2001*, 2002 Mandy Welch (OF) - 2002 Laura Streets (2B) - 2002, 2004 Carolynn Sloat (P) - 2004 Allison Borchers (2B) - 2006 Kim Ovittore (SS) - 2009 Jenny Richards (OF) - 2010

*earned 2001 honor as utility player Second Team selections Debbie Hughes (2B) - 1992 Jen Lawson (3B) - 1992 Jen Ballier (P) - 1992 Chris Etherington (P) - 1993 Lisa Kosanovich (2B) - 1993 Lisa Myers (OF-SS) - 1993, 1994, 1995 Lisa Wood (OF) - 1994 Lisa Frank (OF) - 1998 Kristi O’Connell (P) - 1999

Chris Brady (OF) - 1998 Susan Dugan (P) - 2000 Lauren Mark (OF) - 2001 Mandy Welch (OF) - 2001 Melissa Basilio (3B) - 2002, 2003 Laurie Erickson (C) - 2003, 2004 Randi Isaacs (DP) - 2004 Liz Winslow (1B) - 2004 Allison Borchers (2B) - 2005 Jenn Joseph (UT) - 2005 Kim Ovittore (SS) - 2007 Michelle Grap (3B) - 2009 Amanda Stacevicz (DP/P) - 2010, 2011 Gina Knutson (C) - 2011 Michelle McKinnon (2B) - 2011 Conference Affiliations East Coast Conference: 1983-1991 North Atlantic Conference/America East: 1992-2001 Colonial Athletic Association: 2002-Present

Delaware Softball Year-By-Year Record Year

Post-season Play / Rec. Conference Record (Finish)

Head Coach

Captain(s)

1976 1977 1978 1979

14-1 EAIAW Regionals (2-1) 10-6 EAIAW Regionals (1-2) 11-9 EAIAW Regionals (1-2) 8-11

Kay Ice Kay Ice Kay Ice Kay Ice

Audie Kujala, Karen Horney Audie Kujala Sue Sowter, Joan Schimpf Joan Schimpf

Audie Kujala

Karen Johnson, Donna Milano

B.J. Ferguson B.J. Ferguson B.J. Ferguson

Terry Short Julie Moyer, Karen Stout Marge Brown, Lynn Shramek

B.J. Ferguson

Marge Brown, Jill Fuchs

B.J. Ferguson B.J. Ferguson B.J. Ferguson B.J. Ferguson B.J. Ferguson B.J. Ferguson B.J. Ferguson B.J. Ferguson B.J. Ferguson B.J. Ferguson B.J. Ferguson B.J. Ferguson B.J. Ferguson B.J. Ferguson B.J. Ferguson B.J. Ferguson B.J. Ferguson B.J. Ferguson B.J. Ferguson B.J. Ferguson

Lisa Bartoli, Beth Helm Tiffany Bashore, Michele Norris Tiffany Bashore, Jill Rosen Missy Hukill, Wendy Lockhart Missy Hukill, Lynne Bartlett Lisa Van Vechten, Carolyn Weeks Carol Gibson, Cheryl Richino Cheryl Richino, Carol Gibson Christine Glatt, Suzanne Morrison, Michelle Rittenhouse Lisa Kosanovich, Lisa Myers Lisa Myers, Lisa Kosanovich, Allison Gladwell Jen Ballier, Lauren Baugher Lauren Baugher, Alison Rose, Kristen Kayatta Bonita Seaman, Laurie Brosnahan Laurie Brosnahan, Chris Brady, Kelly Dowell Chris Brady, Kristi O’Connell, Erin Kelly Susan Dugan, Lauren Mark, Carolyn Wasilewski Amanda Cariello, Mandy Welch Laurie Erickson, Melissa Basilio Laurie Erickson, Laura Streets

B.J. Ferguson B.J. Ferguson B.J. Ferguson B.J. Ferguson B.J. Ferguson B.J. Ferguson

Lauren Gardner, Jenny Gilkins, Kelley Pastic Allison Borchers, Michell Plant,Carolynn Sloat Carolynn Sloat (Head), Kim Ovittore, Michelle Plant (Asst.) Allison Borchers, Kim Ovittore, Quinn Megargel ----Cecile Egan, Michelle Grap

Jaime Wohlbach Jaime Wohlbach

Lara Andrews, Michelle Grap, Jenny Richards, Amanda Stacevicz Lara Andrews, Marisa Newman, Amanda Stacevicz

1980 1981 1982 1983

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2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

14-13 EAIAW Regionals (1-2) 16-9 3rd, EAIAW Reg. (3-2) 19-11 6-5, East Coast Conf. (t-1st) ECC Runner-Up 17-13 5-1, ECC (t-1st) ECC Champions 14-18 8-4, ECC (t-2nd) 17-12-1 8-4, ECC (2nd) 19-11 9-3, ECC (2nd) 22-12 6-6, ECC (4th) 19-15 9-5, ECC (4th) 17-15 8-6, ECC (5th) 8-29 2-10, ECC (6th) 14-21 2-8, North Atlantic Conf. (6th) 21-13 6-2, NAC (2nd) 23-21 4-4, NAC (3rd) 15-31-1 1-9-1, NAC (7th) 17-21 5-9, NAC (6th) 22-19 9-4, America East (2nd) 27-20 9-5, America East (2nd) 33-17 8-6, America East (3rd) 36-14 18-6, America East (2nd) 24-25 11-17, America East (5th) 19-27 5-9, Colonial Athletic Assoc. (5th) 20-21-1 8-7, CAA (3rd) 29-24-1 9-8, CAA (4th) CAA Runner-Up 28-25 6-11, CAA (T-5th) 33-24 10-10, CAA (4th) 16-26-3 7-13, CAA (T-6th) 22-26 4-17, CAA (7th) 21-18 7-9, CAA (5th) 20-30-1 8-13, CAA (6th)

2011 2012

21-34 10-11, CAA (4th) 15-41-1 8-12, CAA (4th)

1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

National, Regional & Major Award Winners AIAW NATIONAL PLAYER OF THE YEAR Audie Kujala - 1976 ALL-MID ATLANTIC REGION Kim Griffin - 1992 (second team) Erin Eisenhower - 1994 (second team) Lisa Wood - 1994 (second team) Lisa Myers - 1995 (first team) Lauren Baugher - 1996 (second team) Lisa Frank - 1998 (first team) Lauren Mark - 1999 (first team), 2001 (second team) Kristi O’Connell - 1999 (second team), 2000 (first team) Mandy Welch - 1999 (second team) Susan Dugan - 2000 (second team) Laura Streets - 2004 (first team) Carolynn Sloat - 2004 (second team), 2006 (second team) Jenn Joseph - 2005 (second team) Allison Borchers - 2006 (first team) ALL-NORTHEAST REGION Amanda Stacevicz - 2010 (second team) ALL-ECAC Lauren Mark - 2000 (first team) Amanda Cariello - 2001 (honorable mention) Laura Streets - 2002 (honorable mention) NCAA WOMAN OF THE YEAR (State of Delaware) Kari Manlove - 1994 UD ATHLETICS HALL OF FAME Audie Kujala - 1998 Lauren Baugher - 2003 Joan (Schimpf) Samonisky - 2005 Patty Freeman - 2009 Kristi O’Connell - 2011 UD OUTSTANDING SENIOR FEMALE ATHLETE Kristi O’Connell - 2000 CONFERENCE COACH OF THE YEAR B.J. Ferguson - 1986, 1997, 2003 CONFERENCE PLAYER OF THE YEAR Lauren Mark - 1999 (America East) Laura Streets - 2004 (Colonial Athletic Association) CONFERENCE ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Mandy Welch - 1999 Allison Borchers - 2005 CONFERENCE SCHOLAR-ATHLETE OF THE YEAR Kathy Tucci - 1989, 1990 CoSIDA DISTRICT II ALL-ACADEMIC FIRST TEAM Missy Hukill - 1989 Kathy Tucci - 1990 Kim Griffin - 1992 Kari Manlove - 1994 Alison Rose - 1997 Krysta Pidstawski - 1997, 1998, 1999 Carolyn Wasilewski - 2000, 2001 CoSIDA NATIONAL ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM Krysta Pidstawski - 1998 (third team) CAA JOHN H. RANDOLPH INSPIRATION AWARD Mandy Welch - 2002 CAA SILVER ANNIVERSARY TEAM Allison Borchers Carolynn Sloat Laura Streets

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INDIVIDUAL MISCELLANEOUS Games Played, Career:................................201, Michelle Plant, 2004-07 ..............................................................................200, Katie Lee, 2005-08 ....................................................................195, Mandy Welch, 1999-2002 ..........................................................................195, Kelley Pastic, 2002-05 Games Played, Season: ..................................57, 6 players; 2006, 2012 Games Started, Career:......................................199, Katie Lee, 2005-08 ........................................................................199, Michelle Plant, 2004-07 Consecutive Games Played: ....................................195, Mandy Welch, 1999-2002 (every career game) ........................................................195, Kelley Pastic (every career game) Consecutive Games Started: ....................................195, Mandy Welch, 1999-2002 (every career game)

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RBI, Career: ................................................107, Lauren Mark, 1998-2001 RBI, Season: ..........................................................45, Lauren Mark, 1999 RBI, Game: ................................9, Christine Brady vs. St. Joseph’s, 1999^

Appearances, Career: ................................146, Carolynn Sloat, 2004-07 Appearances, Season: ........................................41, Carolynn Sloat, 2004

^ No. 2 on NCAA single-game list Batting Average, Career: ............................ .530, Audie Kujala, 1976-77 Batting Average, Season:.................... .560, Audie Kujala, 1976 (23-41) Total Bases, Career: ......................................291, Laura Streets, 2001-04 Total Bases, Season: ......................................105, Allison Borchers, 2006 Total Bases, Game: ..................14, Joan Schimpf vs. Wm. Paterson, 1976 Slugging Pct., Career (100 ab): .............. .559, Laura Streets, 2001-04 Slugging Pct., Season:............................ .881, Theresa Kugelmann, 1980

Innings Pitched, Career: ..........................852.1, Carolynn Sloat, 2004-07 Innings Pitched, Season: ..............................242.1, Carolynn Sloat, 2004 Innings Pitched, Game:..................14, Jenn Joseph vs. Penn, 3/23/2003 ..........................................................14, Krysta Pidstawski vs. Drexel, 1996 ..................................................14, Christine Etherington vs. Bucknell, 1993 Consecutive IP without an Earned Run: ..........................................................46.1, Kristi O’Connell 3/22-4/8/2000 Wins, Career: ................................................63, Carolynn Sloat, 2004-07 Wins, Season: ............................................20, Susan Dugan (20-3), 2000 Wins, Consecutive: ..............................12, Susan Dugan, 2/26-4/8/2000

On-Base Pct., Season:...................................... .513, Laura Streets, 2004

At Bats, Career: ........................................644, Mandy Welch, 1999-2002 At Bats, Season: ................................................192, Michelle Plant, 2004 At Bats, Game: ........8, Brooke May vs. La Salle, 4/10/2002 (16 innings) ..................................8, Laura Streets vs. La Salle, 4/10/2002 (16 innings) ....................................8, Lauren Mark vs. Hofstra, 5/12/2000 (20 innings) ....................................8, Lauren Baugher vs. Drexel, 4/13/96 (14 innings) ..................................8, Laurie Brosnahan vs. Drexel, 4/13/96 (14 innings) Runs, Career: ............................................119, Mandy Welch, 1999-2002 Runs, Season:........................................................36, Mandy Welch, 1999 ............................................................................36, Allison Borchers, 2006 Runs, Game:..........................4, Cecile Egan vs. James Madison, 4/2/2010 ..........................................................4, Katie Lee vs. Bucknell, 4/27/2005 ........................................................................4, Mandy Welch, 3/24/2001 ................................................4, Karen Johnson vs. William Paterson, 1977 ............................................................4, Audie Kujala vs. Glassboro, 1977 Hits, Career: ..............................................205, Mandy Welch, 1999-2002 Hits, Season: ....................................................73, Allison Borchers, 2006 Hits, Game:..............................5, Joan Schimpf vs. William Paterson, 1976 ..............................................5, Audie Kujala vs. Franklin & Marshall, 1976 ..........................................................5, Theresa Kugelmann vs. Rider, 1982 ................................................5, Lisa Myers vs. George Mason, 3/21/1993 ..........................................................5, Lauren Mark vs. Hofstra, 5/2/1999 ..............................................5, Rachel Jones vs. James Madison, 4/2/2010 Longest Hitting Streak:....................................15, Allison Borchers, 2006 ..............................................14, Laura Streets, 2002-03 (7 in each season) ............................................................................13, Allison Borchers, 2007 ..................................................................................12, Randi Isaacs, 2004 ................................................................................12, Laura Streets, 2004 ....................................................................................12, Lisa Myers, 1995 ....................................................................................12, Lisa Frank, 1998

Stolen Bases, Career: ........................................66, Kim Griffin, 1989-92 Stolen Bases, Season: ............................................23, Kim Griffin, 1990 Stolen Bases, Game: ............................5, Joan Schimpf vs. Ursinus, 1979 Consecutive Stolen Bases: ............................16, Lynn Bartlett, 1987-89 Sacrifice Hits, Career: ......................................51, Kelley Pastic, 2002-05 Sacrifice Hits, Season: ......................................20, Christine Brady, 1999 Walks, Career: ............................................89, Mandy Welch, 1999-2002 Walks, Season:......................................................37, Laura Streets, 2004 Walks, Game:..................................4, Audie Kujala vs. West Chester, 1977 ..........................................................4, Allison Borchers vs. Villanova, 2006 ................................................................4, Lara Andrews vs. Towson, 2012 Strikeouts, Career: ......................................128, Michelle Grap, 2008-11 Strikeouts, Season:..............................................43, Michelle Grap, 2010 Toughest to Strikeout, Season (50 AB): .............................................. ....................................................................Tiffany Bashore, 1987 (0 in 92) Hit by pitch, Career: ......................................21, Jenny Gilkins, 2002-06 Hit by pitch, Season:..............................................9, Jenny Gilkins, 2004 ................................................................................9, Michelle Plant, 2005

Strikeouts, Career: ......................................611, Carolynn Sloat, 2004-07 Strikeouts, Season: ..........................................187, Carolynn Sloat, 2004 Strikeouts, Game:....................15, Lindsay Jones vs. George Mason, 2006 Walks, Career: ....................................206, Anne Marie Pagano, 2007-11 Walks, Season: ................................................69, Amanda Cariello, 2000 ..................................................................................69, Jenn Joseph, 2002 Walks, Game: ..............................10, Jenn Joseph vs. Hofstra, 5/10/2002 Fewest Walks, Season:........................7, Lindsay Jones (102.2 IP), 2003 Fewest Walks / 7 IP, Season: ..................................................0.447, Lindsay Jones (7 in 102.2 IP), 2003 Shutouts, Career: ..........................................18, Patty Freeman, 1982-85 Shutouts, Season:..............................................10, Kristi O’Connell, 2000 Complete Games, Career: ............................96, Carolynn Sloat, 2004-07 Complete Games, Season: ................................28, Carolynn Sloat, 2004 ..............................................................................28, Carolynn Sloat, 2006 Saves, Career: ............................................8, Kristi O’Connell, 1997-2000 Saves, Season: ............................................................4, Jen Ballier, 1995

Hit Batters, Season:..........................................14, Kristi O’Connell, 1998 Perfect Game (1):..............................Jen Ballier vs. Delaware State, 1994

Triples, Career: ............................................16, Kristen Kayatta, 1994-97 ..........................................................................16, Lynne Bartlett, 1986-89 Triples, Season:......................................................10, Lauren Mark, 1999 Triples, Game: ....................2, Lauren Mark vs. Mt. St. Mary’s, 3/15/2001 ........................................................2, Lauren Mark vs. Lehigh, 3/29/2000 ......................................................................2, Chris Brady vs. UMBC, 1998 ..................................................................2, Lynne Bartlett vs. Penn, 1988 ..................................................................2, Marge Brown vs. Drexel, 1983 ................................................................2, Lynn Foraker vs. Ursinus, 1979 ............................................................2, Sandy Kupchick vs. Ursinus, 1977 Home Runs, Career: ......................................23, Michelle Grap, 2008-11 Home Runs, Season:............................................13, Michelle Grap, 2010 Home Runs, Game: ............................3, Laura Streets vs. Elon, 3/3/2001 ..................................................3, Joan Schimpf vs. William Paterson, 1976

Losses, Career: ..............................................60, Carolynn Sloat, 2004-07 Losses, Season: ..................................................16, Cheryl Richino, 1991 ....................................................................16, Carolynn Sloat, 2006, 2007

ERA, Career:..............................1.14, Christine Etherington, 1993 (147 IP) ERA, Season: ........................................0.66, Sue Coleman, 1984 (103 IP)

Doubles, Career: ..............................................47, Laura Streets, 2001-04 Doubles, Season: ..................................................19, Laura Streets, 2004 Doubles, Game: ..................................3, Audie Kujala vs. Glassboro, 1977

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Lindsay Jones set a school single-game record by striking out 15 George Mason batters on March 25 and 26, 2006.

No Hitters (14): ..................................Lindsay Jones vs. Lehigh, 3/22/06 ..........................Jenn Joseph & Lindsay Jones vs. Rutgers (5 inn.), 4/26/05 ......................................Kristi O’Connell vs. Boston University*, 5/12/2000 ..........................................................Susan Dugan vs. Vermont, 3/26/2000 ......................................................Kristi O’Connell vs. Lafayette, 3/9/2000 ....................................................Kristi O’Connell vs. La Salle^, 2/25/2000 ....................................................Kristi O’Connell vs. Mount St. Mary’s, 1998 ..............................................................Kristi O’Connell vs. Lafayette, 1998 ................................................................Kristi O’Connell at Lafayette, 1997 ............................................................Jen Ballier vs. Delaware State, 1994 ......................................................Joanne Zola & Kris Olsen vs. Penn, 1987 ................................................................Patty Freeman vs. Bucknell, 1985 ....................................................................Patty Freeman vs. Lehigh, 1985 ..............................................................Patty Freeman vs. Brooklyn^, 1985 * first no-hitter in America East Tournament (at Hofstra) ^ opening day Consecutive No-Hitters (2):.................................................................... ........................................................Patty Freeman (Bucknell/Lehigh), 1985 ..........................................Kristi O’Connell (Lafayette/Mt. St. Mary’s), 1998

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INDIVIDUAL FIELDING Putouts, Career: ....................................1206, Liz Winslow, 2001-04 (1B) Putouts, Season: ..............................................442, Erin Kelly, 1998 (1B) Putouts, Game: ..23, Mandy Welch vs. Hofstra (20 inn.), 5/12/2000 (1B) ..........................................20, Marge Brown vs. Rider (11 inn.), 1982 (1B) ................................................19, Wendy Lockhart vs. Princeton, 1987 (1B) ..................................19, Allison Gladwell vs. Vermont (10 inn.), 1995 (1B)

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Assists, Career:....................................497, Melissa Basilio, 2000-03 (3B) Assists, Season: ..........................................134, Laura Streets, 2004 (3B) ........................................................134, Lauren Baugher, 1995, 1997 (3B) Assists, Game: ......10, Melissa Basilio vs. George Mason, 5/11/2002 (3B) Errors, Career: ..............................................66, Kristen Kayatta, 1994-97 Errors, Season: ..................................................32, Kristen Kayatta, 1995 Errors, Game: ................................6, Cathy Miller vs. Lafayette, 1988 (SS) ......................................6, Michelle Rittenhouse vs. Boston University, 1992 Fielding Pct., Season (Min. 50 chances): ..............................................1.000, Bonnie Seaman (C), 1997 (91 chances) ............................................1.000, Tammy Zazuri (2B), 1982 (69 chances) ............................................1.000, Kristen Kayatta (1B), 1997 (66 chances) ..............................................1.000, Lynne Bartlett (OF), 1986 (66 chances) ..........................................1.000, Lisa Kosanovich (2B), 1994 (60 chances) ................................................1.000, Lynn Shramek (C), 1983 (59 chances) ..................................................1.000, Chris Brady (CF), 1999 (58 chances).. ................................................1.000, Christy Wilkins (C),1998 (51 chances) ................................................1.000, Ashley Green (C), 2002 (51 chances) ....................................1.000, Krissy Chrisztopulosz (LF), 2000 (50 chances) ..............................................1.000, Jessica Ralston (C), 2005 (58 chances) NOTE: Christine Brady had a 1.000 fielding pct. in 2000 with 49 chances

CAREER LEADERS BATTING AVERAGE 1. Audie Kujala (1976-77)............................................................ .530 2. Joan Schimpf (1976-79) .......................................................... .401 3. Lauren Mark (1998-2001) ...................................................... .367 4. Laura Streets (2001-04) .......................................................... .352 5. Lisa Myers (1992-95) .............................................................. .330 6. Erin Eisenhower (1993-95) ...................................................... .328 7. Lauren Baugher (1994-97) ...................................................... .325 8. Allison Borchers (2005-08) ...................................................... .324 9. Kristen Kayatta (1994-97)........................................................ .319 10. Mandy Welch (1999-2002) ...................................................... .318 11. Lynne Bartlett (1986-89).......................................................... .314 12. Janet Jones (1993-94) ............................................................ .308 13. Kim Ovittore (2006-09)............................................................ .302 14. Lisa Frank (1997-98) .............................................................. .301 15. Christine Brady (1997-2000) ................................................... .296 16. Theresa Kugelmann (1980-83) ................................................ .295 17. Lisa Bartoli (1984-85) ............................................................. .294 18. Kim Griffin (1989-92) ............................................................. .290 19. Katie Lee (2005-08) ................................................................ .285 20. Missy Miller (1990-91)............................................................. .283 * list does not include active players

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GAMES PLAYED Michelle Plant (2004-07)............................................................201 Katie Lee (2005-08) ..................................................................200 Mandy Welch (1999-2002) *......................................................195 Kelley Pastic (2002-05) ..............................................................195 Allison Borchers (2005-08) ........................................................192 Michelle Grap (2007-11) ............................................................190 Quinn Megargel (2006-09) ........................................................188 Carolyn Wasilewski (1998-2001) ................................................186 Laura Streets (2001-04) ............................................................182 Christine Brady (1997-2000)......................................................182

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AT BATS Mandy Welch (1999-2002) ........................................................644 Michelle Plant (2004-07)............................................................622 Christine Brady (1997-2000)......................................................574 Allison Borchers (2005-08) ........................................................559 Lauren Baugher (1994-97) ........................................................557 Laurie Brosnahan (1996-99) ......................................................550 Katie Lee (2005-08) ..................................................................533 Quinn Megargel (2006-09) ........................................................529 Kim Ovittore (2006-09)..............................................................529 Laura Streets (2001-04) ............................................................529

Kim Ovittore ranks third in Delaware history with 37 doubles and fourth with 10 home runs.

RUNS SCORED Mandy Welch (1999-2002) ........................................................119 Katie Lee (2005-08) ..................................................................105 Allison Borchers (2005-08) ..........................................................99 Kim Griffin (1989-92) ..................................................................99 Lauren Baugher (1994-97) ..........................................................88 Kim Ovittore (2006-09)................................................................87 Quinn Megargel (2006-09) ..........................................................86 Lisa Myers (1992-95) ..................................................................86 Christine Brady (1997-2000)........................................................81 Laura Streets (2001-04) ..............................................................80 Kristen Kayatta (1994-97)............................................................80 HITS Mandy Welch (1999-2002) *......................................................205 Laura Streets (2001-04) ............................................................186 Lauren Mark (1998-2001) ........................................................182 Allison Borchers (2005-08) ........................................................181 Lauren Baugher (1994-97) ........................................................181 Christine Brady (1997-2000)......................................................170 Lisa Myers (1992-95) ................................................................164 Kim Ovittore (2006-09)..............................................................160 Katie Lee (2005-08) ..................................................................152 Kristen Kayatta (1994-97)..........................................................151

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TRIPLES Lauren Mark (1998-2001) ..........................................................22 Lynne Bartlett (1986-89)..............................................................16 Kristen Kayatta (1994-97)............................................................16 Marge Brown (1984-84) ..............................................................13 Lori Horton (1984-87)..................................................................12 Christine Brady (1997-2000)........................................................12 Allison Borchers (2005-08) ..........................................................11 Kim Griffin (1989-92) ..................................................................11 Karen Stout (1979-82) ................................................................10 Robin Zielinski (1996-99) ..............................................................9

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TOTAL BASES Laura Streets (2001-04) ............................................................291 Lauren Mark (1998-2001) ........................................................263 Mandy Welch (1999-2002) ........................................................262 Kim Ovittore (2006-09)..............................................................243 Allison Borchers (2005-08) ........................................................242 Lauren Baugher (1994-97) ........................................................233

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Mandy Welch, who started all 195 games in her career, holds Delaware records with 644 at bats, 119 runs scored and 205 hits.

DOUBLES Laura Streets (2001-04) ..............................................................47 Lauren Baugher (1994-97) ..........................................................38 Kim Ovittore (2006-09)................................................................37 Mandy Welch (1999-2002) ..........................................................36 Christine Brady (1997-2000)........................................................29 Lisa Myers (1992-95) ..................................................................28 Amanda Cariello (1999-2002) ......................................................26 Kristen Kayatta (1994-97)............................................................26 Robin Zielinski (1996-99) ............................................................25 Katie Lee (2005-08) ....................................................................24

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Kristen Kayatta (1994-97)..........................................................230 Michelle Grap (2008-11) ............................................................213 Lisa Myers (1992-95) ................................................................211 Christine Brady (1997-2000)......................................................210

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RUNS BATTED IN Lauren Mark (1998-2001) ........................................................107 Laura Streets (2001-04) ............................................................103 Kim Ovittore (2006-09)..............................................................101 Michelle Grap (2008-11) ..............................................................99 Allison Borchers (2005-08) ..........................................................92 Lauren Baugher (1994-97) ..........................................................82 Kristen Kayatta (1994-97)............................................................72 Christine Brady (1997-2000)........................................................71 Amanda Cariello (1999-2002) ......................................................70 Barbara Traynor (2005-08) ..........................................................58

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INNINGS PITCHED Carolynn Sloat (2004-07)........................................................852.1 Kristi O’Connell (1997-2000) ..................................................669.2 Krysta Pidstawski (1996-99)....................................................526.0 Jen Ballier (1992-96)..............................................................496.1 Patty Freeman (1982-85)........................................................489.2 Kathy Tucci (1987-90) ............................................................484.0 Anne Marie Pagano (2008-11) ................................................470.2 Jenn Joseph (2002-05) ..........................................................457.1 Amanda Stacevicz (2009-present) ................................436.1 Cheryl Richino (1989-92) ........................................................413.0 WINS Carolynn Sloat (2004-07)........................................................63-60 Kristi O’Connell (1997-2000) ..................................................58-33 Krysta Pidstawski (1996-99) ..................................................45-30 Kathy Tucci (1987-90) ............................................................41-30 Patty Freeman (1976-79)........................................................37-29 Susan Dugan (2000-01)..........................................................35-11 Anne Marie Pagano (2008-11) ................................................35-37 Jenn Joseph (2002-05) ..........................................................34-36 Sue Coleman (1981-84) ..........................................................32-22 Amanda Stacevicz (2009-present) ................................32-31 SHUTOUTS Kristi O’Connell (1997-2000)........................................................27 Carolynn Sloat (2004-07) ............................................................25 Patty Freeman (1982-85) ............................................................18 Krysta Pidstawski (1996-99) ........................................................13 Kathy Tucci (1987-90) ..................................................................13 Amanda Stacevicz (2009-Present) ......................................11 Cheryl Richino (1989-92) ............................................................10 Sue Coleman (1981-84) ................................................................9 Jenn Joseph (2002-05) ..................................................................9 Susan Dugan (2000-01) ................................................................8 COMPLETE GAMES Carolynn Sloat (2004-07) ............................................................96 Kristi O’Connell (1997-2000)........................................................78 Patty Freeman (1982-85) ............................................................61

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Kathy Tucci (1987-90) ..................................................................57 Krysta Pidstawski (1996-99) ........................................................50 Cheryl Richino (1989-92) ............................................................48 Jen Ballier (1992-96) ..................................................................42 Amanda Stacevicz (2009-present) ......................................38 Jenn Joseph (2002-05) ................................................................38 Susan Dugan (2000-01) ..............................................................37 Anne Marie Pagano (2008-11) ....................................................37 STRIKEOUTS Carolynn Sloat (2004-07) ..........................................................611 Kristi O’Connell (1997-2000)......................................................555 Amanda Stacevicz (2009-Present) ....................................305 Jenn Joseph (2002-05) ..............................................................294 Susan Dugan (2000-01) ............................................................252 Anne Marie Pagano (2008-11) ..................................................237 Lindsay Jones (2003-06) ............................................................234 Krysta Pidstawski (1996-99) ......................................................210 Patty Freeman (1982-85) ..........................................................168 Kathy Tucci (1987-90) ................................................................147

ERA (MINIMUM 60 INNINGS) 1. Christine Etherington (1993)......................................................1.14 2. Patty Freeman (1982-85)..........................................................1.24 3. Kristi O’Connell (1997-2000) ....................................................1.39 4. Jill Rosen (1984-87)..................................................................1.54 5. Kathy Tucci (1987-90) ..............................................................1.58 6. Susan Dugan (2000-2001) ........................................................1.63 7. Darla Shearer (1985-86) ..........................................................1.71 8. Sue Coleman (1981-84) ............................................................1.79 9. Carolynn Sloat (2004-07)..........................................................1.81 10. Krysta Pidstawski (1996-99)......................................................2.19 * list does not include current pitchers

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SAVES Kristi O’Connell (1997-2000)..........................................................8 Carolynn Sloat (2004-07) ..............................................................7 Jen Ballier (1992-96) ....................................................................6 Amanda Stacevicz (2009-present) ........................................5 Becky Rogers (2002- 03) ..............................................................4 Janna Kedersha (1993-96) ............................................................4 Patty Freeman (1982-85) ..............................................................3 Kris Olsen (1987) ..........................................................................3

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STOLEN BASES Kim Griffin (1989-92) ..................................................................66 Katie Lee (2005-08) ....................................................................51 Lisa Myers (1992-95) ..................................................................38 Lynne Bartlett (1986-89)..............................................................32 Quinn Megargel (2006-09) ..........................................................26 Katie DeSalvo (2006-09)..............................................................23 Gina Knutson (2010-present) ..............................................21 Mandy Welch (1999-2002) ..........................................................20 Allison Borchers (2005-08) ..........................................................19 Kelley Pastic (2002-05) ................................................................17 Bridgett McCarthy (1988-89)........................................................17 Lisa Frank (1997-98) ..................................................................17 PITCHING APPEARANCES Carolynn Sloat (2004-07) ..........................................................146 Kristi O’Connell (1997-2000)......................................................118 Anne Marie Pagano (2008-11) ..................................................105 Jen Ballier (1992-96) ................................................................101 Jenn Joseph (2002-05) ................................................................95 Amanda Stacevicz (2009-present) ......................................93 Krysta Pidstawski (1996-99) ........................................................89 Kathy Tucci (1987-90) ..................................................................81 Patty Freeman (1982-85) ............................................................76 Cheryl Richino (1989-92) ............................................................74

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BATTING AVERAGE Audie Kujala, 1976 .................................................................. .560 Marge Brown, 1982 ................................................................ .418 Theresa Kugelmann, 1980........................................................ .409 Lauren Mark, 2000 .................................................................. .397 Laura Streets, 2004.................................................................. .395 Lisa Myers, 1995...................................................................... .395 Cathy Miller, 1991.................................................................... .392 Lauren Mark, 1999 .................................................................. .390 Lauren Baugher, 1996.............................................................. .387 Lynne Bartlett, 1988 ................................................................ .387 Joan Schimpf, 1978.................................................................. .387 GAMES PLAYED Jessica Grisler, 2012 ..............................................................57 Michelle McKinnon, 2012 ......................................................57 Lara Andrews, 2012 ..............................................................57 Allison Borchers, 2006..................................................................57 Kim Ovittore, 2006 ......................................................................57 Michelle Plant, 2006 ....................................................................57 Quinn Megargel, 2006..................................................................56

Kristi O’Connell is the UD career leader with 27 shutouts and eight saves, and ranks second with 58 wins amd 555 strikeouts.

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AT BATS Michelle Plant, 2004 ..................................................................192 Allison Borchers, 2006................................................................191 Jenny Richards, 2010 ................................................................178 Michelle Plant, 2006 ..................................................................176 Jessica Grisler, 2012............................................................174 Kim Ovittore, 2006 ....................................................................174 RUNS SCORED Allison Borchers, 2006..................................................................36 Mandy Welch, 1999......................................................................36 Mandy Welch, 2000......................................................................34 Jenny Richards, 2011 ..................................................................33 Katie Lee, 2008............................................................................32 Quinn Megargel, 2008..................................................................32 HITS Allison Borchers, 2006..................................................................73 Jenny Richards, 2010 ..................................................................63 Lisa Myers, 1995..........................................................................62 Mandy Welch, 1999......................................................................61 Laura Streets, 2004......................................................................60 Lauren Mark, 1999 ......................................................................60

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DOUBLES Laura Streets, 2004......................................................................19 Kim Ovittore, 2007 ......................................................................14 Lauren Baugher, 1994..................................................................14 Jenny Richards, 2011 ..................................................................13 Mandy Welch, 2002......................................................................12 Laura Streets, 2002 ......................................................................12 Amanda Cariello, 2001 ................................................................12 Erin Eisenhower, 1994 ..................................................................12

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TRIPLES Lauren Mark, 1999 ......................................................................10 Chris Brady, 1998 ..........................................................................8 Allison Borchers, 2006....................................................................7 Lauren Mark, 2001 ........................................................................6 Lauren Baugher, 1994....................................................................6 Lynne Bartlett, 1986 ......................................................................6 Lori Horton, 1985 ..........................................................................6 Marge Brown, 1983........................................................................6 Karen Stout, 1982 ..........................................................................6 HOME RUNS Michelle Grap, 2010 ....................................................................13 Gina Knutson, 2011..................................................................9 Laura Streets, 2003........................................................................8 Michelle Grap, 2008 ......................................................................6 Kim Ovittore, 2006 ........................................................................5 Theresa Kugelmann, 1980 ..............................................................5 TOTAL BASES Allison Borchers, 2006................................................................105 Lauren Mark, 1999 ......................................................................95 Laura Streets, 2004......................................................................92 Lauren Baugher, 1994..................................................................81 Michelle Grap, 2010 ....................................................................80 Kim Ovittore, 2007 ......................................................................80 Mandy Welch, 1999......................................................................80 RUNS BATTED IN Lauren Mark, 1999 ......................................................................45 Kim Ovittore, 2006 ......................................................................39 Allison Borchers, 2006..................................................................35 Gina Knutson, 2011 ..............................................................31 Laura Streets, 2004......................................................................31 Lauren Mark, 2000 ......................................................................31 STOLEN BASES Kim Griffin, 1990 ........................................................................23 Lisa Myers, 1995..........................................................................22 Katie Lee, 2008............................................................................19 Kim Griffin, 1989 ........................................................................19 Gina Knutson, 2011 ..............................................................14

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INNINGS PITCHED Carolynn Sloat, 2004 ..............................................................242.1 Carolynn Sloat, 2006 ..............................................................238.0 Patty Freeman, 1985 ..............................................................192.1 Carolynn Sloat, 2005 ..............................................................189.2 Jen Ballier, 1995 ....................................................................182.2

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Carolynn Sloat holds UD career records for appearances, innings pitched, wins, complete games, and strikeouts.

WINS Susan Dugan, 2000 ..................................................................20-3 Carolynn Sloat, 2006 ..............................................................19-16 Carolynn Sloat, 2004 ..............................................................18-15 Kristi O’Connell, 1999 ............................................................17-11 Kristi O’Connell, 2000 ............................................................16-11 Carolynn Sloat, 2005 ..............................................................16-13

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SHUTOUTS Kristi O’Connell, 2000 ..................................................................10 Carolynn Sloat, 2005......................................................................8 Patty Freeman, 1985......................................................................8 Carolynn Sloat, 2006......................................................................7 Kristi O’Connell, 1998 ....................................................................7 COMPLETE GAMES Carolynn Sloat, 2006....................................................................28 Carolynn Sloat, 2004....................................................................28 Kristi O’Connell, 1998 ..................................................................24 Patty Freeman, 1985....................................................................23 Carolynn Sloat, 2005....................................................................22 Susan Dugan, 2001 ......................................................................22 STRIKEOUTS Carolynn Sloat, 2004..................................................................187 Carolynn Sloat, 2006..................................................................180 Kristi O’Connell, 1999 ................................................................177 Kristi O’Connell, 2000 ................................................................170 Lindsay Jones, 2006 ..................................................................140

NOTE: 100 strikeouts in a season has been accomplished 12 times by six pitchers

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SEASON ERA (MINIMUM 50 INNINGS) Sue Coleman, 1984 ..................................................................0.66 Kristi O’Connell, 2000................................................................0.72 Susan Dugan, 2000 ..................................................................1.04 Patty Freeman, 1983 ................................................................1.07 Kristi O’Connell, 1998................................................................1.12

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1976 Record: 14-1 Head Coach: J. Kay Ice Captains: Audie Kujala, Karen Horney Rutgers ..................................................W 13-2 Rutgers ..................................................W 14-7 Franklin & Marshall ................................W 41-1 Franklin & Marshall ................................W 21-0 Ursinus ..................................................W 14-6 Salisbury State........................................W 16-0 Salisbury State..........................................W 8-4 Glassboro State ........................................W 7-3 Glassboro State ........................................W 5-4 Towson ..................................................W 11-3 William Paterson ....................................W 23-5 William Paterson ....................................W 15-5 *Barrington ..............................................L 2-5 *Lehman ................................................W 12-1 *Salisbury State........................................W 7-1

* EAIAW Regional at Trenton State 1977 Record: 10-6 Head Coach: J. Kay Ice Captain: Audie Kujala Montclair State ......................................W 11-6 Ursinus ..................................................W 17-0 Temple ......................................................L 6-7 Temple ....................................................W 7-4 Glassboro State ....................................W 18-17 Salisbury State......................................W 13-10 West Chester ..............................................L 6-9 West Chester ..............................................L 5-9 Towson ..................................................W 14-2 Trenton State ..........................................W 12-2 Trenton State..............................................L 3-4 William Paterson ......................................W 4-1 William Paterson ....................................W 18-4 *Trenton State ..........................................W 7-6 *Rutgers ....................................................L 0-6 *East Stroudsburg ......................................L 2-4

1979 Record: 8-11 Head Coach: J. Kay Ice Captain: Joan Schimpf Montclair State ........................................W 4-2 Montclair State ..........................................L 1-5 East Stroudsburg ........................................L 3-9 East Stroudsburg ........................................L 3-4 Temple ......................................................L 1-2 Temple ......................................................L 4-6 Rutgers......................................................L 0-7 Rutgers......................................................L 1-5 Ursinus ..................................................W 10-1 Ursinus ....................................................W 5-2 William Paterson ........................................L 0-1 William Paterson ....................................W 10-5 West Chester ............................................W 5-4 West Chester ..............................................L 5-7 Towson ....................................................W 3-0 Glassboro State ..........................................L 5-6 Glassboro State ........................................W 6-3 Trenton State ............................................L 2-4 Trenton State ..........................................W 12-1 1980 Record: 6-9 Head Coach: Audie Kujula Captains: Karen Johnson, Donna Milano Montclair State ..........................................L 0-1 Montclair State ........................................W 8-4 East Stroudsburg ......................................W 4-1 East Stroudsburg ......................................W 5-3 William Paterson ......................................W 9-5 William Paterson........................................L 0-2 Temple ....................................................L 4-24 Temple ......................................................L 1-6 Ursinus ....................................................W 1-0 Ursinus ......................................................L 7-8 West Chester ..............................................L 4-5 West Chester ............................................L 5-10 Towson ......................................................L 6-7 Towson ....................................................W 7-3 Glassboro State ........................................L 5-13

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#Navy ......................................................L 7-8 #South Carolina ........................................L 1-2 #Virginia ..................................................W 7-0 #Navy ......................................................W 6-2 * EAIAW Regional at Philadelphia # Navy Tournament 1982 Record: 16-9 Head Coach: B.J. Ferguson Captains: Julie Moyer, Karen Stout La Salle ....................................................W 4-0 La Salle ....................................................W 7-4 Towson ....................................................W 6-1 Towson ..................................................W 12-4 Trenton State ............................................L 1-5 Trenton State ............................................L 0-5 Rider ......................................................W 10-1 Rider ........................................................W 7-6 William Paterson ......................................W 3-1 William Paterson ......................................W 2-1 Seton Hall ..............................................W 12-4 Bucknell ................................................W 11-4 Montclair State ..........................................L 0-9 Montclair State ..........................................L 0-2 West Chester ............................................W 9-1 West Chester ..............................................L 1-2 Temple ......................................................L 0-4 Temple ......................................................L 0-1 Glassboro State ........................................W 3-2 Glassboro State ........................................W 7-1 *Wagner ..................................................W 2-1 *Wagner ..................................................W 3-0 *Ithaca ....................................................W 4-1 *La Salle....................................................L 0-1 *Ithaca ......................................................L 5-6 * EAIAW Regional at Allentown, PA (3rd Place) 1983 Record: 19-11, 6-5, ECC (Tie, 1st) Head Coach: B.J. Ferguson Captains: Margie Brown, Lynn Shramek $La Salle....................................................L 1-5 $La Salle ..................................................W 6-0 Trenton State ............................................L 0-3 Trenton State ............................................L 3-6 $Towson ................................................L 12-5 $Towson ..................................................W 2-1 $Drexel..................................................W 10-5 $Rider ......................................................L 2-3 $Rider ......................................................L 1-3 Princeton ..................................................W 1-0 Princeton................................................W 10-3 Temple ......................................................L 2-6 Temple ....................................................W 6-1 Villanova ..................................................W 2-1 Villanova ..................................................L 4-9 $Lafayette ................................................L 2-4 $Lafayette................................................W 2-0 $Lehigh....................................................W 4-0 $Lehigh..................................................W 12-0 Salisbury State..........................................W 4-3 Salisbury State..........................................W 9-1 West Chester ............................................W 3-0 West Chester ............................................W 8-4 *La Salle....................................................L 1-2 *Bucknell..................................................W 1-0 *Rider ......................................................W 4-0 *Towson....................................................W 6-1

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*Lafayette ................................................W 2-1 *La Salle ..................................................W 2-1 *La Salle....................................................L 0-2 $ East Coast Conference Games * ECC Championship (2nd) 1984 Record: 17-13, 5-1 ECC (Tie 1st) Head Coach: B.J. Ferguson Captains: Margie Brown, Jill Fuchs Princeton ..................................................L 0-1 Princeton ..................................................L 0-1 La Salle......................................................L 0-2 La Salle ....................................................W 3-0 Trenton State ............................................L 1-4 Trenton State..............................................L 7-8 $Lehigh ....................................................L 0-3 Lehigh ......................................................W 6-3 $Drexel....................................................W 2-0 Drexel......................................................W 6-0 $Bucknell ................................................W 2-1 Bucknell ..................................................W 5-4 Temple ......................................................L 0-1 Temple ......................................................L 0-1 Villanova ..................................................L 2-3 Villanova ..................................................L 0-4 Lafayette..................................................W 3-2 Lafayette ..................................................L 0-3 Towson ....................................................W 6-0 Towson ....................................................W 5-2 C.W. Post ..................................................W 4-0 C.W. Post ..................................................W 2-0 George Mason............................................L 3-4 George Mason ..........................................W 3-2 *Lafayette ................................................W 8-2 *Rider ......................................................W 2-1 *Rider........................................................L 0-4 *Rider ......................................................W 2-1 $ East Coast Conference Games * ECC Tournament (1st place) ECC CHAMPIONS 1985 Record: 14-18, 8-4 ECC (2nd) Head Coach: B.J. Ferguson Captains: Lisa Bartoli, Elizabeth Helm Brooklyn College ......................................W 2-0 Brooklyn College ......................................W 6-0 Trenton State..............................................L 1-5 Trenton State ............................................L 0-3 La Salle......................................................L 0-4 La Salle......................................................L 0-1 Princeton ..................................................L 1-2 Princeton ..................................................L 2-4 .. $Rider ......................................................L 3-4 $Rider ......................................................W 8-2 $Bucknell ................................................W 1-0 $Bucknell ..................................................L 3-6 $Lehigh....................................................W 5-0 $Lehigh..................................................W 10-0 Temple ......................................................L 1-3 Temple ......................................................L 3-6 Villanova ................................................W 12-1 Villanova....................................................L 2-3 $Lafayette................................................W 6-0 $Lafayette ................................................L 0-2 $Towson ..................................................W 4-3 $Towson ..................................................W 7-0


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#Drexel..................................................W 14-3 La Salle ....................................................W 2-0 La Salle ....................................................W 4-2 Princeton ..................................................W 2-0 Princeton ................................................L 3-12 #Towson ..................................................W 3-1 #Towson ..................................................W 3-2 #Lafayette................................................W 3-2 #Lafayette................................................W 4-0 West Chester ............................................W 4-1 West Chester ............................................W 5-3 Temple ....................................................W 1-0 Temple ....................................................L 0-10 *Lehigh......................................................L 2-3 *Rider........................................................L 0-2 # East Coast Conference Games * ECC Tournament 1988 Record: 22-12, 6-6 ECC (4th) Head Coach: B.J. Ferguson Captains: Melissa Hukill, Wendy Lockhart Brooklyn ..................................................W 9-1 Brooklyn ................................................W 14-1 La Salle ....................................................W 8-1 La Salle......................................................L 1-2 Villanova ..................................................W 9-1 Villanova ..................................................W 5-1 Princeton ..................................................L 1-2 Princeton ..................................................W 3-2 #Drexel ....................................................L 0-5 #Drexel ....................................................L 2-3 #Bucknell ..................................................L 2-6 #Bucknell ................................................W 9-4 George Mason............................................L 1-2 George Mason ..........................................W 4-3 Pennsylvania ..........................................W 10-4 Pennsylvania ............................................W 6-3 #Lehigh....................................................W 6-0 #Lehigh....................................................W 3-2 #Towson ....................................................L 1-3 #Towson ..................................................W 8-1 #Lafayette................................................W 8-7 #Lafayette................................................W 8-3 Temple ....................................................W 3-1 Temple ....................................................W 3-1 #Rider ....................................................L 7-10 #Rider ......................................................L 0-1 #Hofstra ..................................................W 5-0 #Hofstra ....................................................L 1-3 West Chester ............................................W 4-1 West Chester ............................................W 8-5 *Towson....................................................W 2-1 *Rider........................................................L 0-3 *Lafayette ..............................................W 10-2 *Bucknell ..................................................L 0-1 # East Coast Conference Games * ECC Tournament (4th) 1989 Record: 19-15, 9-5 ECC (4th) Head Coach: B.J. Ferguson Captains: Missy Hukill, Lynne Bartlett M 18 at Pennsylvania ........................................W 9-2 23 at Villanova ............................................W 12-1 at Villanova ..............................................W 7-3 31 $UNC Charlotte ..........................................L 0-1 $Virginia....................................................L 2-6 $Temple ....................................................L 0-4

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1 $Georgia State..........................................W 1-0 $George Mason ........................................W 5-4 11 at George Mason........................................L 1-3 at George Mason ......................................W 4-3 13 at #Rider ..................................................L 1-3 at #Rider ..................................................W 4-3 17 #Bucknell ................................................W 3-1 #Bucknell ................................................W 2-0 18 Princeton ..................................................L 0-6 Princeton ..................................................L 0-6 19 #Towson ....................................................L 2-3 #Towson ....................................................L 2-3 22 #Lafayette..............................................W 10-0 #Lafayette................................................W 7-2 24 La Salle ............................................W 2-1 (10) La Salle ..............................................W 5-4 (9) 25 Temple ....................................................L 2-11 Temple ......................................................L 2-4 26 #Drexel ....................................................L 0-6 #Drexel ....................................................L 2-3 29 at #Hofstra ..............................................W 6-3 at #Hofstra ............................................W 10-1 M 3 at #Lehigh................................................W 4-1 at #Lehigh................................................W 8-1 6 *Bucknell..................................................W 3-0 *Lafayette ................................................W 6-0 7 *Rider........................................................L 1-2 *Towson ....................................................L 2-4 $ Virginia Tournament # East Coast Conference Games * ECC Tournament at Allentown, PA (3rd) 1990 Record: 17-15, 8-6 ECC (5th) Head Coach: B.J. Ferguson Captains: Lisa Van Vechten, Carolyn Weeks M 22 Villanova..............................................L 5-6 (9) Villanova ..................................................W 6-5 30 $Ohio University ......................................W 6-4 A 5 #Rider ......................................................L 3-5 #Rider ......................................................L 0-3 10 George Mason............................................L 1-2 George Mason............................................L 2-5 11 La Salle......................................................L 2-3 La Salle ....................................................W 4-0 13 #Drexel ....................................................L 1-3 #Drexel ....................................................L 0-2 14 #Lehigh....................................................W 6-0 #Lehigh..................................................W 11-2 16 Pennsylvania ............................................W 6-1 Pennsylvania ............................................W 5-0 19 #Towson ..................................................W 1-0 #Towson ....................................................L 3-6 21 #Bucknell ................................................W 2-1 #Bucknell ........................................W 8-5 (11) 22 #Lafayette................................................W 5-2 #Lafayette................................................W 9-5 24 #Temple ....................................................L 0-1 #Temple ....................................................L 0-2 26 Long Island................................................L 0-1 Long Island ..............................................W 4-3 28 #Hofstra ....................................................L 0-1 #Hofstra ..................................................W 2-1 M 1 West Chester ............................................W 5-3 West Chester ............................................W 9-6 5 *Towson State ..........................................W 4-0 *Drexel....................................................L 0-10 6 *Hofstra ....................................................L 0-3

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$ Cavalier Invitational # East Coast Conference Games * ECC Tournament at Allentown, PA 1991 Record: 8-29, 2-10 ECC (6th) Head Coach: B.J. Ferguson Captains: Carol Gibson, Cheryl Richino M 16 at Pennsylvania..........................................L 2-3 at Pennsylvania ........................................W 7-3 19 La Salle......................................................L 1-3 La Salle......................................................L 0-3 21 at Villanova ..............................................L 0-5 at Villanova ..............................................L 0-1 26 at Long Island ............................................L 0-6 at Long Island ............................................L 2-7 30 $Canisius ..................................................L 6-7 $Hofstra ..................................................L 0-10 $Virginia....................................................L 0-6 A 6 #Drexel ....................................................L 0-4 #Drexel ....................................................L 3-4 9 at George Mason........................................L 2-3 at George Mason ......................................W 8-7 11 at Lehigh..................................................W 2-0 at Lehigh..................................................W 6-2 13 at #Rider ..................................................L 1-5 at #Rider ..................................................L 3-6 16 Princeton ................................................L 5-10 Princeton ................................................L 1-14 18 #UMBC ....................................................W 5-0 #UMBC ..................................................W 10-2 20 at #Central Connecticut ........................L 1-2 (8) at #Central Connecticut ..............................L 0-5 23 Temple ......................................................L 2-7 Temple ......................................................L 2-5 25 Lafayette..................................................W 5-0 Lafayette................................................W 15-2 26 #Towson ..............................................L 3-4 (8) #Towson ....................................................L 4-7 27 at #Hofstra ................................................L 1-2 at #Hofstra ................................................L 1-2 30 at West Chester ..........................................L 3-6 at West Chester ..........................................L 7-8 M 3 *Hofstra ....................................................L 2-3 *Towson State ............................................L 4-5 $ Virginia Tournament # East Coast Conference Games * ECC Tournament at Mercer County, NJ 1992 Record: 14-21, 2-8 NAC (6th) Head Coach: B.J. Ferguson Captains: Cheryl Richino, Carol Gibson M 14 Pennsylvania ............................................W 4-1 Pennsylvania ............................................W 5-4 18 George Mason............................................L 2-5 21 $Coastal Carolina ......................................L 0-9 $East Carolina............................................L 0-8 $UNC-Charlotte ..........................................L 4-6 22 $UNC Wilmington ..................................W 11-1 28 Lafayette..................................................W 9-0 Lafayette................................................W 10-0 A 3 at La Salle ........................................W 2-1 (11) 4 at Bucknell ................................................L 4-5 at Bucknell ................................................L 2-8 6 at UMBC ..................................................W 4-1 at UMBC ..................................................W 6-2 7 Villanova ............................................W 1-0 (9) Villanova ..................................................L 2-3 9 Lehigh ....................................................L 4-15

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Lehigh ......................................................W 9-4 11 *Hartford ................................................W 3-2 *Hartford ..................................................L 2-9 12 *Vermont..................................................W 4-1 *Vermont ..................................................L 5-6 14 at Princeton ..............................................L 1-3 at Princeton ..............................................L 2-6 16 at Temple......................................L 0-7 (forfeit) 18 Hofstra ....................................................L 3-15 Hofstra ......................................................L 2-4 20 at Towson State ........................................W 5-0 at Towson State ........................................W 5-2 22 at *Drexel ................................................L 1-5 at *Drexel ................................................L 0-2 25 at *Boston Univ. ........................................L 1-5 at *Boston Univ. ......................................L 2-11 26 at *Maine ..................................................L 3-4 at *Maine ..................................................L 0-5 $ East Carolina Tournament * North Atlantic Conference Games 1993 Record: 21-13, 6-2 NAC (2nd) Head Coach: B.J. Ferguson Captains: Christine Glatt, Suzanne Morrison, Michelle Rittenhouse M 20 #Coastal Carolina ......................................L 1-6 #East Carolina............................................L 2-6 21 #George Mason ........................................W 7-1 #UNC Wilmington ....................................W 4-0 A 3 Bucknell ....................................................L 6-7 4 at Pennsylvania ........................................W 3-1 at Pennsylvania ........................................W 5-3 6 UMBC ......................................................W 3-0 UMBC ........................................................L 3-9 7 Mt. St. Mary’s ........................................W 12-4 Mt. St. Mary’s ..........................................W 7-0 9 *Boston University ....................................L 0-1 *Boston University ....................................L 1-2 12 Delaware State ....................................Forfeit W Delaware State ....................................Forfeit W 13 Princeton ..................................................W 2-1 Princeton ..................................................L 1-7 15 at Lehigh ..................................................L 0-2 at Lehigh ..................................................L 1-6 18 at Lafayette..............................................W 8-1 at Lafayette............................................W 12-3 19 Towson ..............................................W 2-1 (8) Towson ......................................................L 4-7 21 *Drexel ..............................................W 1-0 (9) *Drexel ....................................................W 8-6 23 at *Vermont........................................W 3-0 (8) at *Vermont........................................W 2-1 (9) 25 at *Hartford......................................W 2-1 (11) at *Hartford ............................................W 2-1 29 at Saint Joseph’s ......................................W 2-0 at Saint Joseph’s ........................................L 0-2 M 1 $Maine ....................................................W 5-1 2 $Boston University ....................................L 0-1 $Maine ......................................................L 1-4 # East Carolina Tournament * North Atlantic Conference Games $ NAC Tournament at Delaware (3rd)

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*Towson ................................................L 6-10 20 Lafayette..................................................W 5-1 Lafayette..................................................W 5-1 21 at *Hofstra ..............................................L 2-11 at *Hofstra ................................................L 3-6 23 at George Mason ....................................W 11-0 at George Mason ......................................W 4-1 26 at *Boston University ................................L 0-2 at *Boston University ................................L 0-2 28 at *Maine ..................................................L 3-6 at *Maine ..................................................L 1-3 M 3 %Drexel ............................................L 3-4 (10) 4 %Vermont..................................................L 6-8 * North Atlantic Conference Games % NAC Tourn. at Vermont (6th) # East Carolina Tournament $ SportsPlus Collegiate Tournament at Richmond, VA 1997 Record: 22-19, 9-4 America East (2nd) Head Coach: B.J. Ferguson Captains: Lauren Baugher, Alison Rose, Kristen Kayatta M 8 at Army....................................................W 3-1 at Army....................................................W 3-2 9 Bucknell ..................................................W 4-3 Bucknell ..................................................W 2-0 13 at Maryland ..............................................L 0-2 at Maryland..............................................W 3-0 16 St. Peter’s ..................................................L 1-2 18 Mt. St. Mary’s ..........................................W 8-0 Mt. St. Mary’s ........................................W 13-4 21 #UMBC ......................................................L 5-9 #W. Virginia Wesleyan................................L 2-3 #Lehigh ....................................................L 1-2 22 #Wagner ..................................................W 6-3 #St. Francis (PA) ........................................L 1-3 26 at Lafayette..............................................W 4-0 at Lafayette..............................................W 4-0 28 *Maine ....................................................W 6-4 *Maine ....................................................W 6-1 29 *Boston University ....................................L 6-7 A 4 at *Towson ..............................................W 5-4 at *Towson ..............................................W 5-3 6 *Drexel......................................................L 0-1 *Drexel ....................................................W 2-0 8 Princeton ..................................................L 0-2 Princeton ..................................................W 4-2 10 at Villanova ..............................................L 1-2 at Villanova ..............................................W 2-0 13 *Hofstra ....................................................L 3-7 *Hofstra ....................................................L 1-7 15 at UMBC ....................................................L 4-9 at UMBC ....................................................L 1-3 17 at Lehigh..................................................W 3-0 at Lehigh ..................................................L 4-5 22 George Mason ..........................................W 3-1 George Mason......................................L 5-7 (8) 25 at *Vermont........................................W 4-3 (8) at *Vermont..............................................W 3-1 27 at *Hartford ............................................W 3-2 at *Hartford ............................................W 5-1 M 2 $Boston University ..................................L 3-10 4 $Vermont ..................................................L 2-3 # Radford Tournament * America East Games $ America East Tournament at Hofstra


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# East Carolina Tournament (2nd) * America East Games $ America East Tourn. at Delaware (2nd) 1999 Record: 33-17, 8-6 America East (T-2nd) Head Coach: B.J. Ferguson Captains: Laurie Brosnahan, Chris Brady, Kelly Dowell F 26 #George Mason ......................................W 11-0 #Marshal ....................................................L 0-l 27 #Virginia Tech ............................................L 3-7 #Marshall ................................................W 2-0 28 #Eastern Michigan ....................................W 1-0 #Virginia Tech ..........................................L 3-11 M 18 Temple ....................................................W 2-0 Temple ....................................................W 4-3 20 %Villanova ................................................L 2-5 %Lehigh ..................................................W 3-0

%Saint Joseph’s ....................................W 20-2 21 %Saint Joseph’s ........................................L 5-6 23 Bucknell ..................................................W 2-1 Bucknell ..................................................W 4-1 25 at Villanova ..............................................L 1-2 at Villanova ..............................................W 6-3 27 at Pennsylvania ...................................... W 7-0 at Pennsylvania ........................................W 2-1 28 St. Francis (PA) ........................................W 2-0 St. Francis (PA) ......................................W 14-0 31 at Lehigh................................................W 10-1 at Lehigh..................................................W 4-1 A 2 at Maryland..............................................W 1-0 at Maryland ..............................................L 0-5 6 La Salle .................................................. W 9-0 La Salle ....................................................W 7-1 10 *Boston University..............................L 1-3 (12) *Boston University ....................................W 4-3 12 *Maine ....................................................W 4-3 *Maine ....................................................W 5-0 13 Rutgers......................................................L 0-1 Rutgers ....................................................W 7-2 16 at *Vermont..............................................W 9-0 at *Vermont..............................................W 3-1 18 at *Hartford ..........................................W 12-1 at *Hartford ............................................ W 3-2 20 George Mason............................................L 2-4 George Mason ..........................................W 2-1 22 at Rider .................................................. W 9-1 at Rider ....................................................W 5-3 24 at *Towson ................................................L 0-1 at *Towson ................................................L 1-2 27 at Lafayette ............................................ W 6-3 at Lafayette..............................................W 6-1 30 *Drexel......................................................L 5-7 *Drexel......................................................L 3-4 M 2 at *Hofstra ..............................................W 7-5 at *Hofstra ................................................L 0-8 7 $Drexel ....................................................L 3-4 8 $Hofstra ..................................................L 3-12

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M 2 # East Carolina Tournament (3rd) % Lehigh Invitational (3rd) * America East Game $ America East Tournament at Vermont (4th) 2000 Record: 36-14, 18-6 America East (2nd) Head Coach: B.J. Ferguson Captains: Chris Brady, Erin Kelly, Kristi O’Connell F 25 #La Salle ..................................................W 1-0 #UNC-Greensboro ......................................L 0-1 26 #Manhattan..............................................W 8-2 #East Carolina............................................L 0-1 #Canisius ..................................................L 2-4 M 3 ^Virginia ..................................................L 1-4 ^Ohio University ......................................W 3-2 4 ^Eastern Kentucky....................................W 6-0 ^Wright State ..........................................W 3-1 9 Lafayette ..........................................W 10-0 (5) Lafayette ............................................W 8-0 (5) 15 Mount St. Mary’s ..............................W 10-0 (5) Mount St. Mary’s ......................................W 3-1 23 at Bucknell ................................................L 0-1 at Bucknell ..............................................W 5-0 25 *Vermont ................................................ W 1-0 *Vermont..................................................W 4-0 26 *Vermont..................................................W 1-0 *Vermont..................................................W 3-0 29 Lehigh......................................................W 1-0 Lehigh ................................................W 2-1 (8)

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6 at *James Madison ..................................L 2-10 12 *Hofstra ............................................L 0-11 (6) *Hofstra ....................................................L 2-7 13 *Hofstra ..................................................W 1-0 16 Rider ........................................................W 3-0 Rider ........................................................W 3-0 18 *Drexel ..................................................W 7-1 *Drexel ....................................................W 1-0 19 *Drexel ..................................................W 1-0 23 Villanova ..................................................L 2-5 Villanova ..................................................L 2-8 26 at *George Mason ....................................W 5-3 at *George Mason......................................L 0-1 27 at *George Mason ....................................L 1-2 30 Rutgers ....................................................W 7-1 Rutgers......................................................L 3-4 M 3 *Towson ..............................................L 1-2 (8) *Towson....................................................W 4-0 4 *Towson ............................................W 2-1 (8) 8 $George Mason..........................................L 1-2 9 $Towson ....................................................L 0-1 * Colonial Athletic Association Games $ CAA Tournament at Hofstra (4th) # East Carolina Tournament 2004 Record: 29-24-1, 9-8 CAA (4th) Head Coach: B.J. Ferguson Captains: Laura Streets, Laurie Erickson F 20 #at East Carolina......................................L 0-10 #George Mason..........................................L 2-6 21 #Towson ..................................................W 4-1

#Fairfield..................................................W 1-0 22 #Towson ..................................................W 5-4 #at East Carolina........................................L 4-6 27 ^Radford..................................................W 5-1 ^at Norfolk State....................................W 12-1 28 ^Liberty ....................................................L 1-4 ^George Mason........................................W 2-0 29 ^Lehigh ....................................................L 0-2 M 3 Saint Joseph’s ............................................L 0-2 Saint Joseph’s ..........................................W 1-0 6 Bucknell ..................................................W 6-2 11 UMBC ......................................................W 8-0 UMBC ......................................................W 1-0 13 at La Salle ................................................W 6-2 at La Salle ................................................W 7-2 19 %Stony Brook ..........................................W 2-0 20 %Providence ............................................W 2-1 %Delaware State........................................L 0-2 21 %Syracuse ..............................................L 6-10 %Pennsylvania ........................................W 4-0 24 Lehigh ......................................................L 0-4 Lehigh ......................................................L 1-3 27 *James Madison ......................................W 2-1 *James Madison ........................................L 3-4 28 *James Madison ........................................L 2-4 A 3 at *Drexel ................................................W 3-1 at *Drexel ................................................L 2-3 9 at *Hofstra ................................................L 3-4 10 at *Hofstra ................................................L 1-6 at *Hofstra ..............................................W 4-2 17 *George Mason..........................................L 0-2 *George Mason..........................................L 1-4 18 *George Mason ........................................W 3-0 20 Pennsylvania ............................................W 2-1 Pennsylvania ............................................W 4-1 21 at Villanova ..............................................L 0-1 at Villanova ..............................................L 0-3 24 *UNC Wilmington......................................W 2-0 *UNC Wilmington......................................W 1-0 25 *UNC Wilmington......................................W 3-0 28 at Rutgers ................................................W 4-2 at Rutgers..................................................T 4-4 M 1 at *Towson ..............................................W 6-0 at *Towson ..............................................W 2-1 2 at *Towson ................................................L 2-3 6 at Maryland ..............................................L 2-3 at Maryland ..............................................L 0-3 13 $at Hofstra ..............................................W 3-2 14 $James Madison ......................................W 4-2 15 $at Hofstra ................................................L 0-2 $at Hofstra ................................................L 1-2 * Colonial Athletic Association Games $ CAA Tournament at Hofstra (2nd) # East Carolina Tournament (3rd) ^ Dixie Classic (Norfolk, VA) % Bash at the Beach at Georgetown, DE (3rd)

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$North Carolina State ................................L 1-3 6 $Liberty....................................................W 4-2 $Elon ........................................................L 3-4 13 Cornell ......................................................L 3-4 Cornell......................................................W 5-0 16 at Pennsylvania ........................................W 9-7 at Pennsylvania ..................................W 4-0 (6) 18 %Albany ....................................................L 0-2 %Providence ..............................................L 0-2 19 %Delaware State ......................................W 5-0 %Monmouth ..............................................L 0-3 20 %Delaware State ......................................W 4-3 25 at *George Mason....................................L 6-10 26 at *George Mason......................................L 4-5 at *George Mason ....................................W 6-0 30 at Delaware State ....................................W 3-1 at Delaware State ..............................W 5-4 (8) A 2 at *UNC Wilmington..................................W 4-3 at *UNC Wilmington ..........................L 0-10 (5) 3 at *UNC Wilmington..................................W 4-0 5 La Salle ....................................................W 4-2 La Salle ....................................................W 1-0 9 *Hofstra ....................................................L 0-1 *Hofstra ....................................................L 0-6 10 *Hofstra ....................................................L 0-3 13 Rider ..................................................W 8-0 (5) Rider ........................................................W 6-0 16 *Drexel ............................................W 3-2 (10) *Drexel ....................................................W 2-1 17 *Drexel......................................................L 1-5 20 Villanova ..................................................W 1-0 Villanova ..................................................L 3-6 21 at UMBC ....................................................L 3-5 at UMBC ..................................................W 7-5 26 Rutgers ....................................................W 6-1 Rutgers ..............................................W 8-0 (5) 27 at Bucknell ............................................W 11-4 at Bucknell ..............................................W 5-3 M 1 *Towson ....................................................L 4-5 *Towson ....................................................L 0-1 4 at Maryland..............................................W 2-0 at Maryland ......................................L 1-11 (5) 7 at *James Madison ..............................L 0-8 (5) at *James Madison ..................................W 5-4 8 at *James Madison ....................................L 2-3 * Colonial Athletic Association Games # MASCUA Tournament (Norfolk, VA) $ East Carolina Pirate Clash % Bash at the Beach (Georgetown, DE) 2006 Record: 33-24, 10-10 CAA (4th) Head Coach: B.J. Ferguson Captains: Allison Borchers, Michelle Plant, Carolynn Sloat M 3 $East Carolina ..........................................W 6-1 $Fairfield..................................................W 3-2 4 $Liberty ....................................................L 1-3 $Longwood ................................................L 0-1 5 $Longwood ................................................L 3-5 8 UMBC ......................................................W 5-4 10 %Brown....................................................W 4-0 %Cornell ..................................................W 1-0 11 %George Mason......................................W 13-7 %Niagara ............................................L 4-5 (8) 12 %Brown....................................................W 4-3 %Norfolk State ..................................W 9-1 (5) 14 East Carolina..............................................L 2-6 East Carolina ......................................W 3-1 (6) 15 Pennsylvania ............................................W 5-0


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2010 Record: 20-30-1, 8-13 CAA (6th) Head Coach: B.J. Ferguson Captains: Cecile Egan, Michelle Grap !UNC Greensboro ......................................W 8-7 !#23 North Carolina ..........................L 0-11 (6) !Saint Joseph’s ..........................................L 0-6 !UNC Greensboro ......................................L 0-4 $Morehead State ................................W 3-1 (8) $East Carolina ....................................L 1-15 (5) $Penn State ........................................L 1-9 (6) $Towson ....................................................L 1-2 %Kent State ..............................................L 5-8 %Kent State ..............................................L 5-7 %Marshall ..........................................L 3-13 (5) %Cleveland State........................................L 1-3 UMBC ................................................L 5-6 (10) UMBC ..................................................L 2-4 (5) Temple ......................................................L 5-7 Temple ....................................................W 2-0 ^Georgetown ..........................................W 1-0 ^Lehigh............................................W 11-2 (5) ^UMBC ..............................................W 5-4 (8) ^Lehigh....................................................W 7-6 Delaware State ..................................W 8-0 (6) Delaware State ..........................................L 2-3 *Hofstra ..................................................L 1-10 *Hofstra ....................................................L 3-7 *Hofstra ..............................................L 2-3 (8) at *James Madison ..............................L 1-9 (6) at *James Madison ................................W 14-4 at *James Madison ..............................L 3-4 (9) at Villanova................................................L 3-7 at Rider ....................................................W 6-5 at Rider ....................................................T 4-4 *Georgia State ..........................................L 0-5 *Georgia State..........................................W 5-3 *Georgia State..........................................W 7-6 Norfolk State ............................................W 3-2 Norfolk State ............................................W 2-0 at *UNC Wilmington..................................W 1-0 at *UNC Wilmington..................................W 5-4 at *UNC Wilmington ..................................L 5-9 at Lehigh..................................................W 9-7 at Lehigh ..................................................L 1-2 *Drexel ....................................................W 7-4 *Drexel......................................................L 2-3 *Drexel......................................................L 4-5 at Penn......................................................L 0-3 at *Towson ..............................................W 1-0 at *Towson ..............................................W 5-2 at *Towson ................................................L 3-7 *George Mason..........................................L 0-5 *George Mason ....................................L 4-5 (8) *George Mason ....................................L 1-2 (8)

* Colonial Athletic Association Games ! Carolina Classic (Chapel Hill, N.C.) $ East Carolina Pirate Classic (Greenville, N.C.) % Marshall Invitational (Huntington, W.Va.) ^ UMBC Spring Classic (Baltimore, Md.)

* Colonial Athletic Association Games # East Carolina Pirate Clash (Greenville, NC) $ Marshall Tournament (Huntington, WV) % Maryland Invitational (College Park, MD)

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2011 Record: 21-34, 10-11 CAA (4th) Head Coach: Jaime Wohlbach Captains: Lara Andrews, Michelle Grap, Jenny Richards, Amanda Stacevicz F 18 #Miami (Ohio)....................................L 1-10 (5) #Illinois-Chicago ..................................L 1-9 (6) 19 #Notre Dame ....................................L 1-11 (5) #Central Florida ........................................L 1-4 20 #Illinois-Chicago ..................................L 0-8 (5) M 1 at Hampton ............................................W 10-6 at Hampton ......................................W 12-0 (5) 4 %Western Carolina ....................................L 0-1 %Coastal Carolina ......................................L 2-4 5 %Towson ..................................................W 3-1 %Western Carolina ....................................L 0-2 9 at UMBC ............................................L 4-13 (6) 12 ^Norfolk State..................................W 13-4 (5) ^Marist......................................................L 3-4 13 ^St. Francis (Pa.)......................................W 1-0 ^UMES ............................................W 13-2 (6) 15 at Temple ..........................................L 0-12 (5) at Temple ..............................................W 11-5 18 $Ball State ..............................................L 3-11 $Georgetown ..........................................L 6-11 19 $Robert Morris ..........................................L 1-2 $Pittsburgh ................................................L 0-2 20 $Radford..............................................L 0-6 (6) 22 at Delaware State ......................................L 1-8 26 at *George Mason......................................L 0-1 at *George Mason ....................................W 2-0 27 at *George Mason ....................................W 4-2 29 Villanova....................................................L 2-4 Villanova....................................................L 3-4

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2012 Record: 15-41-1, 8-12 CAA (4th) Head Coach: Jaime Wohlbach Captains: Lara Andrews, Marisa Newman, Amanda Stacevicz 11 at Charlotte................................................L 3-4 vs. Presbyterian........................................W 2-1 17 %Boston College ........................................L 2-3 %Binghamton ............................................L 0-8 18 %UT-Martin ..........................................L 1-9 (5) %Florida Gulf Coast ..................................W 6-4 19 %Saint Louis ..............................................L 3-4 25 $Army ..............................................W 13-2 (5) $Monmouth ..............................................L 3-6 26 $Monmouth ............................................L 6-14 $Norfolk State ..........................................L 3-4 2 ^#3 Washington ................................L 0-12 (5) ^Pacific ....................................................L 1-6 3 ^Sacramento State ....................................L 5-9 ^#3 Washington ........................................L 0-5 4 ^Sacramento State ....................................L 0-6 9 @#25 DePaul............................................L 1-5 @Florida International ..............................L 0-8 10 @#25 DePaul....................................L 0-12 (5) @Florida International ......................L 1-14 (5) 14 Temple ................................................L 0-8 (6) Temple ......................................................L 2-4 16 !La Salle ....................................................L 1-5 17 !Norfolk State ..........................................W 2-0 18 !Western Michigan......................................L 3-6 !Villanova ..................................................L 1-4 21 Delaware State ..........................................L 0-3 Delaware State ....................................T 5-5 (6) 24 at *Towson ................................................L 0-1 25 at *Towson ..............................................W 5-4 at *Towson ........................................L 3-4 (12) 27 at Villanova..........................................L 0-8 (6) at Villanova................................................L 4-5 31 *George Mason..........................................L 2-4 *George Mason ........................................W 4-3 1 *George Mason ....................................L 0-8 (6) 4 Saint Peter’s ............................................W 5-3 Saint Peter’s..............................................W 7-2 7 *Hofstra ....................................................L 0-3 *Hofstra ....................................................L 2-9 8 *Hofstra ..............................................L 0-9 (5) 11 at Rider ....................................................L 0-4 at Rider ....................................................W 4-1 14 at *James Madison ....................................L 0-7 at *James Madsion ....................................L 0-7 15 at *James Madison ..................................W 7-4 21 *Georgia State ..........................................L 0-7 *Georgia State..........................................W 3-1 25 at Penn......................................................L 2-3 28 at *UNCW ................................................W 4-0 at *UNCW ..................................................L 1-2 29 at *UNCW ................................................W 8-3 4 *Drexel ....................................................W 2-1 *Drexel......................................................L 0-2 5 *Drexel ............................................W 4-3 (10) 10 &Hofstra....................................................L 1-2 11 &James Madison ........................................L 3-6

* Colonial Athletic Association Games % Florida Gulf Coast Tournament (Fort Myers, FL) $ Norfolk State Spartan Classic (Norfolk, VA) ^ Louisville Slugger Invitational (Stockton, CA) @ Florida International Tournament (Miami, FL) ! Delaware Spring Invitational (Newark, DE) & CAA Tournament (Hempstead, NY)

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- AAA Andrews, Lara ..........................2011, 2012 Archbold, Tracey................................1985, 1986 - BBB Baldasare, Alexa ........................................2010 Ballier, Jennifer ............1992, 1994, 1995, 1996 Bartlett, Lynne ..............1986, 1987, 1988, 1989 Bartoli, Lisa ......................................1984, 1985 Bashore, Tiffany............1984, 1985, 1986, 1987 Basilio, Melissa ............2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 Bates, Rebecca ............................................2001 Baugher, Beth ............................................2001 Baugher, Lauren ..........1994, 1995, 1996, 1997 Bonynge, Lisa ........................1977, 1978, 1979 Borchers, Allison ..........2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 Brady, Christine ............1997, 1998, 1999, 2000 Brady, Sue ........................................1976, 1977 Brahs, Karen ....................................1979, 1980 Breneman, Kaitlyn ................................2012 Brosnahan, Laurie ........1996, 1997, 1998, 1999 Brown, Marjorie............1981, 1982, 1983, 1984 Buch, Kristen ..............................................1989 Burke, Susan ..............................................1977 - CCC Cariello, Amanda ..........1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 Carter, Carole ....................................1983, 1984 Cavender, Terri ..................................1983, 1984 Chrisztopulosz, Krissy ..................................2000 Coleman, Susan ............1981, 1982, 1983, 1984 Conlon, Karen ............................................1978 Conneely, Denise ........................................1979 Conway, Kathleen..............................2011, 2012 Coy, Alecia ..................................................2012 Craig, Terry ............................1977, 1978, 1979 Creciun, Maggie ..........................................2012 Culver, Morgan............................................2012 - DDD Darrah, Elizabeth ........................................1993 DeSalvo, Katie ..............2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 Dietz, Marianne ..........................................2002 DiStefano, Pamela ......................................1980 Domnick, Laura ..........................................1988 Dowell, Kelly ................1996, 1997, 1998, 1999 Dugan, Susan....................................2000, 2001 Dyson, Dana ..........................1994, 1995, 1996 - EEE Egan, Cecile ..................2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 Eisenhower, Erin......................1993, 1994, 1995 Ellis, Becky..................................................2011 Emerich, Robin ............................................1977 Erickson, Laurie ............2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 Etherington, Christine ..................................1993 - FFF Fargnoli, Sara ............................................1996 Foraker, Barbara ..............................1979, 1980 Foraker, Lynn ..............................................1978 Frank, Lisa........................................1997, 1998 Freeman, Patty ............1982, 1983, 1984, 1985 Fuchs, Jill................................1982, 1983, 1984

- GGG Gardner, Lauren......................2003, 2004, 2005 Gibson, Carol ......1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992 Gick, Betty ..................................................1976 Gilkins, Jenny ..............2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 Gladwell, Allison......................1993, 1994, 1995 Glatt, Christine ..............1991, 1992, 1993, 1994 Grap, Michelle ..............2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 Grau, Megan ..............................................2006 Gray, Paula ..................1979, 1980, 1981, 1982 Green, Ashley ........................2001, 2002, 2004 Gregg, Kathy ..........................1980, 1981, 1982 Griffin, Kim ..................1989, 1990, 1991, 1992 Griffith, Kay............................1976, 1977, 1978 Grill, Desiree ....................................1989, 1990 Grisler, Jessica ......................................2012 - HHH Helm, Elizabeth ............1982, 1983, 1984, 1985 Hoffer, Gail ......................................1983, 1984 Homiak, Veronica..............................1993, 1994 Horney, Karen ............................................1976 Horton, Lori ..................1984, 1985, 1986, 1987 Hughes, Debbie ......................1990, 1991, 1992 Hukill, Melissa ..............1986, 1987, 1988, 1989 - III Isaacs, Randi ....................................2002, 2004 - JJJ Jennings, Brianna........................................2012 Jiao, Chenxi............................................2012 Johnson, Karen ............1977, 1978, 1979, 1980 Jones, Janet......................................1993, 1994 Jones, Lindsay ..................................2003, 2006 Jones, Rachel................2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 Joseph, Jenn ................2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 - KKK Kayatta, Kristen ............1994, 1995, 1996, 1997 Kedersha, Janna ..........1993, 1994, 1995, 1996 Kelly, Erin ....................1997, 1998, 1999, 2000 Kenney, Michelle ..........2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 Kern, Kristin............................1997, 1998, 1999 Knapp, Kelsey ............................................2004 Knutson, Gina ................2010, 2011, 2012 Kosanovich, Lisa......................1992, 1993, 1994 Kozlowski, Jessica ............................2006, 2008 Kugelmann, Theresa ....1979, 1980, 1982, 1983 Kujala, Audie ....................................1976, 1977 Kupchick, Sandra ..........1976, 1977, 1978, 1979 - LLL Lake, Bertie ......................................2010, 2011 Lavandero, Sarai ..............................2002, 2003 Lawson, Jennifer ..............................1991, 1992 Lee, Katie ....................2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 Lewis, Barbara ........................1985, 1986, 1987 Lisehora, Diane ..........................................1981 Lockhart, Wendy ..........1985, 1986, 1987, 1988

- MMM Magee, Mary Ann ..................2007, 2008, 2010 Maher, Mary Beth ............................1976, 1977 Marinella, Marianne................2006, 2007, 2008 Mark, Lauren..........................1999, 2000, 2001 Manlove, Karen ................................1993, 1994 May, Brooke ....................................2002, 2003 McCarthy, Bridget..............................1988, 1989 McGee, Jane ..........................1978, 1979, 1980 McKinnon, Michelle ..................2011, 2012 Megargel, Quinn ..........2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 Milano, Donna ..............1977, 1978, 1979, 1980 Miller, Cathy ................1987, 1988, 1989, 1990 Miller, Missy............................1990, 1991, 1992 Moliason, Joan ............................................1977 Morrison, Suzanne ......................................1992 Morrow, Christine ........................................1984 Moyer, Julie ..................1979, 1980, 1981, 1982 Myers, Lisa ..................1992, 1993, 1994, 1995 - NNN Newby, Elizabeth ........................................1978 Newman, Marisa ..................................2012 Nicolais, Jen................................................2000 Nieves, Tara ................................................2004 Noons, Brittney ........................2011, 2012 Norris, Michele..............1983, 1984, 1985, 1986 Novak, Lindsay ......................2008, 2009, 2010 Nyisztor, Amanda ..............................2008, 2009 - OOO O’Connell, Kristi ............1997, 1998, 1999, 2000 Olsen, Kristin ..............................................1987 O’Reilly, Mary ......................................2012 Ovittore, Kim ................2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 - PPP Pagano, Anne Marie......2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 Pase, Jennifer ............................................1996 Pastic, Kelley ................2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 Petrie, Paula ....................................1977, 1978 Pettie, Samantha ..............................2010, 2011 Pidstawski, Krysta ........1996, 1997, 1998, 1999 Plant, Michelle ..............2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 Plasket, Jennifer ..............................1991, 1992 Pool, Michele ..............................................1980 - RRR Ralston, Jessica ..........................................2005 Richards, Jenny ................................2010, 2011 Richino, Cheryl..............1989, 1990, 1991, 1992 Rittenhouse, Michelle ....1990, 1991, 1992, 1993 Rogers, Becky ..................................2002, 2003 Rose, Alison ..................1994, 1995, 1996, 1997 Rosen, Jill ........................................1986, 1987 Rust, Hannah ............................2011, 2012

Shearer, Darla ............................................1986 Shockley, Susan ..........................................1995 Short, Teresa ................1978, 1979, 1980, 1981 Shotzberger, Ruth....................1977, 1978, 1979 Shramek, Lynn..............1980, 1981, 1982, 1983 Skrobela, Jennifer ............................1991, 1992 Sloat, Carolynn ............2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 Smith, Caitlin ....................................2008, 2009 Sorrick, Wendy............................................1976 Sowter, Sue ............................1976, 1977, 1978 Stacevicz, Amanda ..................2009, 2010, 2011 Stevenson, Leigh ........................................2004 Stewart, Victoria ..........................................1985 Stout, Karen ................1979, 1980, 1981, 1982 Streets, Laura ..............2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 Surosky, Abbie ............................................2009 - TTT Tabia, Stacey ..............................................1984 Termini, Kate ..............................................2006 Thir, Jennifer ....................................1985, 1986 Tomaselli, Regina ..............................1987, 1988 Traynor, Barbara ..........2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 Tucci, Kathy ..................1987, 1988, 1989, 1990 - UUU Urbine, Veronica..........................................1986 - VVV VanSickle, Lori ..................................1982, 1983 Van Vechtan, Lisa ....................1988, 1989, 1990 Vareha, Laura ........................1990, 1991, 1992 - WWW Wasilewski, Carolyn ......1998, 1999, 2000, 2001 Weeks, Carolyn ......................1988, 1989, 1990 Welch, Mandy ..............1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 Werner, Donna ..................................1981, 1983 White, Shanette ............2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 Wilcox, Emily ..............................................2010 Wilkins, Christy ......................1998, 1999, 2000 Williams, Kim ..............................................2005 Wisniewski, Mary ........................................1976 Winslow, Liz..................2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 Wojciechowicz, Lisa......................................1993 Wood, Lisa....................1991, 1992, 1993, 1994 Wrenn, Heather ................................2003, 2004 - ZZZ Zanzoth, Nicole ................................1998, 1999 Zazuri, Tammy........................1979, 1981, 1982 Zielinski, Robin ............1996, 1997, 1998, 1999 Zola, Joanne ....................................1987, 1988

- SSS Sassaman, Jane ............1976, 1977, 1978, 1979 Savona, Natalie ..........................................2005 Schimpf, Joan ..............1976, 1977, 1978, 1979 Schultz, Shannon ........................................1998 Seaman, Bonita ............1995, 1996, 1997, 1998 Shawn, Samantha ............................2007, 2008

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ince its inception in 1743, the University of Delaware has steadily produced some of the most productive and accomplished members of our society. From statesmen to scientists to sports figures, the Blue Hen family boasts a lengthy list of prominent alumni. Delaware is one of only five colleges in the nation to have produced a signer of the Declaration of Independence, a Secretary of State, and a Vice President. Harvard, Princeton, William & Mary, and Yale are the only other institutions to have a similarly prestigious alumni base. The Blue Hen family also consists of several worldrenowned inventors and a pioneer in the computer industry. Astronauts and acclaimed aeronautical experts also have been known to call Newark home during their collegiate careers. In the entertainment industry, Delaware has been a steady producer of both top-flight athletes and award-winning entertainers. From Hall of Fame professional athletes to Emmy-nominated actors, Delaware has continued to supply the world with entertainment.

Scott Green ................................................Referee, Super Bowl XLIV

Below is a list of some prominent Blue Hen alumni:

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Steve Harris ......................................................Actor, “The Practice” Page Kennedy ....................................Actor, “Desperate Housewives” Mike Koplove..................................2008 Olympic Medalist, Baseball Scott Levy ............................................................Raven of the WWE Thomas McKean ....................Signer of Declaration of Independence Louis McLane ........................................................Secretary of State Tom Mees..........................................................Original ESPN Anchor Kevin Mench ..................................................Former Major Leaguer Robin Miller ..........................Host, Food Network’s “Quick Fix Meals” Steve Mosko..............................................President, Sony Television

Adam Osborne ......................................................Computer Pioneer Mike Adams................................................Safety, Cleveland Browns Kurt Akeley ........................................Principal Researcher, Microsoft Susan Barnett..................................Emmy-winning Co-Anchor, CBS 3 Joe Biden......................................................................Vice President Scott Brunner ..............................................Former NFL Quarterback Thomas Carper ..............................................................U.S. Senator Bob Carpenter Jr. ......................Former Owner, Philadelphia Phillies Chris Christie ..................................................Governor, New Jersey Kenneth Daly....President, National Association of Corporate Directors Richard Dean ..................................................Fashion Photographer Dave DeWalt..........................................................CEO, McAfee, Inc. John Elias ..................................Co-Inventor, Touchscreen Technology Joe Flacco ..........................................Quarterback, Baltimore Ravens Yvette Freeman ............................................................Actress, “ER” Rich Gannon ......................................2002 NFL Most Valuable Player Bryan Gordon..........Emmy-nominated director, Curb Your Enthusiasm Robert Gore..........................................................Inventor, Gore-Tex

Ben Patrick ............................................Tight End, Arizona Cardinals Jeff Pearlman ....................................................................Journalist Larry Probst ..................Chairman, United States Olympic Committee Dave Raymond ............................................Original Phillie Phanatic George Read ..........................Signer of Declaration of Independence Omer Sabanci................................................Billionaire Businessman James Smith............................Signer of Declaration of Independence LizAnn Sonders ..............Chief Investment Strategist, Charles Schwab Susan Stroman....................................................Tony Award Winner Mark Swinger ........................................................Pilot, Blue Angels George Thorogood ................................Musician, “Bad to the Bone” Dilshad Vadsaria ....................................................Actress, “Greek” Lodewijk van den Berg ..................................Astronaut, Challenger John Wallace......Former Associate Justice, New Jersey Supreme Court Wayne Westerman ..................Co-Inventor, Touchscreen Technology Marna Whittington ..........................................Director, Macy’s, Inc. Vic Willis ..............................National Baseball Hall of Fame Inductee

Dallas Green ..............................Manager, 1980 Philadelphia Phillies

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