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Table of Contents Introduction Table of Contents/ Quick Facts................................................................................1 Schedule..........................................................................................................................2 2013 By-the-Numbers................................................................................................3 2013 Season Preview..............................................................................................4-5 Radio/TV Broadcast Roster.......................................................................................6 Roster...............................................................................................................................7 ULM Softball Complex...........................................................................................8-9 Staff Head Coach Rosemary Holloway-Hill..........................................................11-12 Associate Head Coach Sara Vogt......................................................................... 13 Support Staff.........................................................................................................14-15 Players 2013 ULM Warhawks................................................................................................ 16 Elena DiMattia............................................................................................................ 17 Samntha Hamby........................................................................................................ 18 Haley McCall............................................................................................................... 19 Janel Salanoa.............................................................................................................. 20 Miyuki Navarrete....................................................................................................... 21 Stephanie Routzon................................................................................................... 22 Kayla Boening............................................................................................................. 23 Alexis Cacioppo......................................................................................................... 24 Mackenzie Miller....................................................................................................... 25 Haylie Wilson.............................................................................................................. 26 Amye Barre/Faith Bohack....................................................................................... 27 Savannah Dollar/Kaitlyn Dupuis.......................................................................... 28 Courtney Dutreix/Hope Mair................................................................................ 29 Summer Melancon/Kayla Prater.......................................................................... 30 Cayla Unverzagt......................................................................................................... 31 2012 Season Review Season Results............................................................................................................ 32 Hitting/Pitching Statistics...................................................................................... 33 History Year-by-Year Leaders................................................................................................ 34 Team and Individual Records................................................................................ 35 Top 10 Single Season and Career Hitting Leaders........................................ 36 Top 10 Single Season and Career Pitching Leaders...................................... 37 History and Tradition (Honors and Awards).................................................... 38 All-Time Letterwinners............................................................................................ 39 Year-by-Year Results...........................................................................................40-48 All-Time Versus Opponents.............................................................................48-51 This is ULM Info This is ULM................................................................................................................... 52 The Campus of ULM...........................................................................................53-54 Academics - The Colleges of ULM....................................................................... 55 Student-Athlete Academic Services................................................................... 56 Student-Athlete Living............................................................................................ 57 Health and Conditioning........................................................................................ 58 We Are Warhawks...................................................................................................... 59 Warhawk Athletics 2008-09 -- A Banner Season.....................................60-61 A Tradition of Winning............................................................................................. 62 This is Monroe, La................................................................................................63-64 ULM Prominent Alumni.......................................................................................... 65 This Athletic Foundation........................................................................................ 66 Dr. James E. Cofer, Sr. - ULM President............................................................... 67 Bobby Staub - Director of Athletics.................................................................... 68 Athletics Staff.............................................................................................................. 69 The Sun Belt Conference........................................................................................ 70 ULM Media Relations.........................................................................................71-72

University Information Location..........................................................................................Monroe, La. Founded..............................................................1931 (Ouachita Parish JC) Enrollment..................................................................................................8,858 Nickname..........................................................................................Warhawks Colors...................................................................................Maroon and Gold Affiliation...............................................................................NCAA, Division I Conference...........................................................................................Sun Belt Facility...........................................ULM Softball Complex (capacity, 500) President..........................................................................Nick J. Bruno, Ph.D. Athletic Director........................................................................Bobby Staub Assistant AD......................................................................................Phil Shaw Assistant AD/SWA...................................................................................... TBA Athletic Media Relations Sports Information Director................................................. Alex Edwards Office Phone............................................................................ (318) 342-5463 Email...................................................................................edwards@ulm.edu Assistant SID........................................................................... Jeremy Stevens Office Phone............................................................................ (318) 342-5462 Email....................................................................................jstevens@ulm.edu Softbal...........................................................................Tom Ritter Office Phone..........................................................(318) 342-5461 Cell Phon...............................................................(815) 600-4762 Emai................................................. rittertf@warhawks.ulm.edu

A NOTE ON OUR NAME... Please note that there are only two correct versions of our name, the acronym “ULM,” or the full “University of Louisiana at Monroe.” Any other reference is incorrect and not the name of the school. The titles Louisiana-Monroe, La.-Monroe, LAM or Monroe are all incorrect.

Credits The 2013 ULM Softball Media Guide was designed and written by Pat Manser, ULM Media Relations. “Season Preview” by Tom Ritter. Editorial Assistance from Jeremy Stevens and Alex Edwards. Photos provided by Jeremy Stevens and ULM photgraphic service. Cover design by Pat Manser.

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2013 Schedule Date

Opponent

Location

Time (Central)

Feb 7-10 Feb 7 Feb 8 Feb 9 Feb 9 Feb 10

ULM Mardi Gras Classic Grambling State UC-Santa-Barbara Southeast Missouri State Wichita State Mississippi Valley State

Monroe, La. Monroe, La. Monroe, La. Monroe, La. Monroe, La. Monroe, La.

6:00 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 1:15 p.m. 3:15 p.m. 3:15 p.m.

Feb 15-17 Feb 15 Feb 16 Feb 16 Feb 17 Feb 17

UNLV Easton Desert Classic BYU Oregon Seattle UCLA Ohio

Las Vegas/Henderson, Nev. Henderson, Nev. Las Vegas, Nev. Henderson, Nev. Henderson, Nev. Henderson, Nev.

8:00 p.m. 11:00 a.m. 3:30 p.m. 11:00 a.m. 1:15 p.m.

Feb 22-24 Feb 22 Feb 22 Feb 23 Feb 23 Feb 24

Arkansas Invitational Murray State Arkansas St. Louis TBA Championship Game/3rd Place

Fayetteville, Ark. Fayetteville, Ark. Fayetteville, Ark. Fayetteville, Ark. Fayetteville, Ark. Fayetteville, Ark.

12:30 p.m 5:30 p.m. 10:00 a.m. TBA TBA

Mar1-2 Mar 1 Mar 1 Mar 2 Mar 2

Lady Demon Invitational Northwestern State Louisiana Tech Alcorn State Louisiana Tech

Natchitoches, La. Natcihtoches, La. Natchitoches, La. Natchitoches, La. Natchitoches, La.

12:00 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 12:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m.

Mar 6 Mar 7

*Florida Atlantic *Florida Atlantic

Boca Raton, Fla. Boca Raton, Fla.

6:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. / 7:00 p.m.

Mar 9-10 Mar 9 Mar 9 Mar 10 Mar 10

Florida Atlantic Invitational Michigan State Florida A&M Kansas Stony Brook

Boca Raton, Fla. Boca Raton, Fla. Boca Raton, Fla. Boca Raton, Fla. Boca Raton, Fla.

10:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m. 8:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m.

Mar 14 Mar 19 Mar 23 Mar 24 Mar 29 Mar 30 Apr 3 Apr 6 Apr 7 Apr 10 Apr 13 Apr 14 Apr 17 Apr 20 Apr 21 Apr 24 Apr 27 Apr 28 May 4 May 5

Lamar McNeese State *Troy *Troy *Middle Tennessee *Middle Tennessee Jackson State *FIU *FIU Memphis *Western Kentucky *Western Kentucky Mississippi *South Alabama *South Alabama Central Arkansas *North Texas *North Texas *Louisiana-Lafayette *Louisiana-Lafayette

Monroe, La. Lake Charles, La. Troy, Ala. Troy, Ala. Monroe, La. Monroe, La. Jackson, Miss. Monroe, La. Monroe, La. Monroe, La. Bowling Green, Ky. Bowling Green, Ky. Oxford, Miss. Monroe, La. Monroe, La. Monroe, La. Denton, Texas Denton, Texas Monroe, La. Monroe, La.

May 8-11 May 17-19 May 24-26 May 30- Jun 5

Sun Belt Conference Tournament NCAA Regionals NCAA Super Regionals College World Series

Troy, Ala. TBA TBA Oklahoma City, Okla.

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4:00 p.m / 6:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. / 3:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m./ 6:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. / 6:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. / 3:00 p.m. 12:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. / 6:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. / 4:00 p.m. 11:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m. / 6:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m.

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2013 By The Numbers

9,642

Distance (in miles) ULM will travel in 2013. Longest: UNLV, 3,003 miles Shortest: Northwestern St., 198 miles (Source: Google Maps)

705

Rosemary Holloway-Hill’s career victories at ULM. The mark ranks 32nd among active DI coaches & 48th all-time.

105

Stolen Bases for the Warhawks in 2012

54 27 16

Games Scheduled in 2013 RBI Janel Salanoa needs to tie for 4th all-time. She enters 2013 with 92. (Leader: Casey Goodman, 147, 2000-03) Wins Needed to Reach 800 in Program History

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Current Warhawks who Won State Titles in High School; Also Janel Salanoa’s Rank on The All-Time HR List

4

New Opponents in 2013 (Ohio, Seattle, Stony Brook, UCSB)

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Opponents Ranked in Final 2012 USA Today/NFCA Top 25 (Oregon, UL-Lafayette, UCLA)

10/9

ULM Returners/Newcomers

.306

Salanoa’s Current Career Batting Avg. (Ranks 9th)

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2013 Preview 2012 IN REVIEW Last season, the Warhawks posted a 25-26 record and went 9-15 in conference play. ULM appeared in Sun Belt Tournament, but took an early exit after posting a 1-2 record. The Warhawks posted their best winning percentage since 2001, but were still a game short of the .500 mark. Last year’s highlights included a nearly perfect game thrown by Haylie Wilson against Western Kentucky. Wilson pitched the Warhawks to a 1-0 win, allowing just four Lady Toppers to reach base on no hits. ULM also secured a 4-2 victory at UL-Lafayette in the last series of the season. The season’s lone post-season victory came against Troy where the Warhawks’ offense led the way in a 10-4 decision. Head coach Rosemary Holloway-Hill reached the 700 win milestone at the Warhawk helm with ULM’s 8-3 victory over Florida Atlantic on Apr. 24, 2012. 2013 GOALS AND EXPECTATIONS This year, the youthful ULM squad features nine newcomers, including eight freshmen. Despite the youth, Holloway-Hill has high expectations for the Warhawks. “We definitely have to get better in hitting consistency. Every year, we seem to go up a notch or two in team batting average. [Associate Head Coach] Sara Vogt and I expect every player to come in and step up, which is our team motto this year. That means we need to step up in all phases of the game that we have. In saying that, it means that if every player starts the season with the goal of improving her own offensive categories [batting average, slugging percentage] by at least 25 points, then our team will have success,” Holloway-Hill said. Over the fall, the Warhawks focused on inter-squad scrimmages rather than participate in tournaments with other schools as in years past. The change of fall focus was due in part to the fact that the Warhawks are full of youth. Nine of 19 players are new to ULM, including eight freshmen. Four of these freshmen hail from Hahnville (La.) High School and won a state title together in 2011. The team was state runner-up in both 2010 and 2012. Holloway-Hill feels that experience of success will bode well for this season. “We had a great fall where we developed team chemistry and got good looks at people playing in different positions. By the end of the fall, our kids competed with each other, and it didn’t look like one team stood above the other,” Holloway-Hill said. “You always have major goals, like going to the College World Series. You start with winning the conference, winning the conference tournament, going to regionals, super regionals, and then the College World Series. Those are all our big range goals, but in terms of what we want to face and what we have not created for ourselves as a team is to finish in the top four of the Sun Belt. That is a realistic goal for us this season. That will mean we’ve had a great season with this group. If they can gel at the right time and stay consistent, the sky is the limit. It’s going to take a lot of hard work,” she added. Academically, the ULM softball squad finished the Fall 2012 semester with the highest GPA among all of ULM’s teams, coming in at 3.478. The team’s 2011-12 GPA ranked 41st in all of NCAA Division I, according to the National Fastpitch Coaches’ Association (NFCA). The team recorded a 3.312 GPA last year, which was highest among all Louisiana schools and also placed higher than Stanford and just below 2013 opponent St. Louis.

SCHEDULE BREAKDOWN The Warhawks open with the 25th Annual Mardi Gras Classic. The tournament features regional foes Grambling State and Mississippi Valley State. ULM also hosts Southeast Missouri State, Wichita State, and UC-Santa Barbara. Northwestern State is also in the tournament, though ULM and NSU will not duel in the Mardi Gras Classic. The UCSB Gauchos are one of four teams that the Warhawks will face for the first time in program history in 2013. Soon after, ULM faces a tough test at the UNLV Easton Desert Classic. ULM will be challenged by two Top-25 programs from last season, including No. 5 Oregon and No. 20 UCLA. Brigham Young, Seattle, and Ohio round out the rest of the Warhawks’ foes in Las Vegas. “Ever since I’ve been here, we’ve always played a tough non-conference schedule. When people who know that look at our win-loss record over the years, they know that our program record is quite deceiving. I really like to go and play the tougher teams to throw all of the tricks and avenues. Those types of teams get your attention quickly. We can see from our own team how we respond to that type of pressure. That’s the type of pressure we see from our conference and in the postseason. It helps us prepare for our conference slate because we go in knowing that there’s not going to be anyone better than some of the team’s we already played. A lot of those really good teams will expose weaknesses. As a group, we can get better and build on those exposed weaknesses. If we do that and still focus on positive attributes from those games, the quicker we mature as a team,” Holloway Hill said. The next two of the Warhawks’ five total non-conference tournaments are in the South. First, the Warhawks head to Arkansas for battles with the host Razorbacks, Murray State and Saint Louis in a round-robin event. Afterwards, ULM makes its shortest trip of the year by distance to Natchitoches, La., for the Northwestern State Lady Demon Invitational, where they will face Northwestern State, Louisiana Tech, and Alcorn State. ULM opens conference play March 6 at Florida Atlantic for the first of a three game set. Afterwards, the Warhawks will remain in Boca Raton for the FAU Invitational where they will face Michigan State, Florida A&M, Kansas, and Stony Brook. The Warhawks return home March 14 for a doubleheader against Lamar and make the short trip to Lake Charles for a date with the McNeese State Cowgirls before the bulk of the conference slate. This season, ULM travels to Troy for three games before hosting Middle Tennessee in the home Sun Belt opener. “Our conference is tough. They took two teams to the NCAA Regionals last year. Having teams like UL-Lafayette and South Alabama, both of whom went to the NCAA Tournament and ended the season ranked in the Top 25, gives our conference strength and the competitive level of the conference so all of us get better.” The Warhawks will also host FIU, South Alabama, and close the regular season at home against UL-Lafayette. The Ragin’ Cajuns finished 2012 ranked 12th in the nation in the USA Today/NFCA Top 25 poll. ULM visits Western Kentucky and North Texas to round out the Sun Belt schedule.

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2013 Preview The Warhawks have intertwined a total of four non-conference contests while in the heat of Sun Belt competition. They will visit Jackson State between the Middle Tennessee and FIU series, host Memphis prior to heading to Western Kentucky, and entertain Central Arkansas before visiting North Texas. This year, Troy hosts the Sun Belt Conference Tournament beginning May 8. THE 2013 WARHAWKS TEAM BREAKDOWN Holloway-Hill says fans can expect to see a lot of small ball and contact hitting from the Warhawks offense in 2013, and as last year’s numbers indicate, she’s agressive on the base paths as well. The Warhawks stole 105 bases and were caught just 20 times as a team. “We’re not a team that has three to five power hitters, we’re a contact hitting team. That excites me from the get-go. I expect for us to be more versatile in our hitting to where we can spray the ball around the field and score runs. We are looking to put runners in scoring position and get them in through contact hitting and ball placement.” As a team, ULM laid down a total of 105 sacrifice bunts in 2012 and the coaching staff anticipate a high number again this year, as small ball will be the key for Holloway-Hill and Vogt’s offense. However, Holloway-Hill says there is still the potential for power from the ULM lineup in 2013. “That’s not to say we can’t get the home run from Janel Salanoa, Haley McCall, or Alexis Cacioppo, I think that’s a real possibility, and that will be icing on the cake.” Since small ball is going to be key to the Warhawk offense, Holloway-Hill hopes to have high RBI totals, especially in clutch situations. “I think we’re very capable of getting runners on base and getting them into scoring position, but I’d like to see us do a better job with two outs and two strike counts,” she said. Defensively, ULM returns all three of its starting outfielders from last season and both of its corner infielders. The Warhawks’ youth will prove to be an asset on the field this season, according to Holloway-Hill. “We have a very young team coming in. We have nine newcomers and 10 returners. You’re going to see a lot of new looks, a lot of fresh energy, and a lot of talented ballplayers out there,” she said. “I like the versatility within our team and the competitiveness. “ POSITION-BY-POSITION “We seem to have some depth at all positions, but it’s not experienced depth. I don’t look as the lack of experience as a bummer, but rather I look at it as a challenge to work through with our team,” Holloway-Hill said. “This fall, we decided to focus on our team. That helped us draw chemistry as a team. Secondly, they got more reps as individuals compared to going to a tournament, so people got more experience.” The outfield is the most experienced group on the team as last year’s starters Elena DiMattia and Haley McCall all return for their senior seasons in the corner outfield spots while sophomore Mackenzie Miller will patrol center, however Holloway-Hill has hinted that no outfield job is secure. “We have depth, but we also have the luxury of having three returning outfielders who have spent the time there. They are the most experienced coming back in. They did a great job last year, they just need to keep their bats steady.” Freshmen Faith Bohack, Courtney Dutriex, Kaitlyn Dupuis, and Cayla Unverzagt can also see time in the outfield. Both starting corner infielders return from last year with senior Janel Salanoa at first and sophomore Alexis Cacioppo seeing the majority of the time at third base. Freshman Hope Mair could see time in both positions, as well. With junior Miyuki Navarette sitting out 2013 due to an injury suffered in the fall, the middle infield positions are open for competition. Sophomore Kayla Boening, freshman Summer Melancon, Bohack and Dutreix will all contend for middle infield positions and split playing time as the double play combination. Freshmen Kayla Prater and Amy Barre will split time behind the dish and follow in the steps of Roxy Cassel, who nearly broke the single-season RBI record in 2012. In the pitching circle, junior Stephanie Routzen will likely see the most innings, especially early in the season, but expect to see senior Samantha Hamby and sophomore Haylie Wilson getting starts as well. Sophomore transfer Savannah Dollar will be a key reliever and will also be called upon to start on occasion.

“I feel like this team belongs, and you’ll see new and exciting things happen from them.” - Head Coach Rosemary Holloway-Hill

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2013 Radio/TV Roster

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Elena DiMattia Outfield 5-4 • Sr.• L/R Sunset, La. duh-MAH-tee-uh

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Samantha Hamby Pitcher 5-7• Sr. • R/R Monroe, La.

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14

20

6

11

15

21

Miyuki Navarrete 2B/Outfield 5-6 • Jr. • R/R San Jose, Calif. me-YOU-kee

Kayla Prater Catcher 5-5 • Fr. • L/R The Woodlands, Texas PRAY-ter

16

Faith Bohack Infield 5-4 • Fr. • L/R Conroe, Texas

Kayla Boening Utility 5-4 • So. • L/R San Antonio, Texas BAY-ning

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Cayla Unverzagt Outfield 5-6 • Fr.• R/R Lakewoord, Calif. un-ver-ZOT

Kaitlyn Dupuis Outfield 5-1 • Fr. • R/R Cankton, La. doo-PWEE

Haylie Wilson Pitcher 5-3 • So. • R/R Middleburg, Fla.

Courtney Dutreix Outfield/ 2B 5-1 • Fr. • L/R Luling, La. DOO-tree

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McKenzine Miller Outfield 5-6 • So. • R/R Evergreen, Colo.

18

Janel Salanoa First Base 5-5 • Sr. • R/R San Jose, Calif. sal-uh-NO-ah

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Alexis Cacioppo Third Base 5-4 • So. • R/R La Habra, Calif. CASS-sea-oh-poe

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Stephanie Routzon Pitcher/IF 6-0 • Jr. • R/R Wheat Ridge, Colo. route-zen

Hayley McCall Outfield 5-6 • Sr. • R/R Grand Chenier, La.

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Summer Melancon Shortstop 5-7 • Fr. • L/R Luling, La. Mel-on-sown

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Amy Barre Catcher/ 1B 5-6 • Fr. • R/R Luling, La. bah-RAY

19

Hope Mair Infield 5-8 • Fr.• R/R Des Allemands, La.

25

Savannah Dollar Pitcher 5-9 • So. • R/R West Monroe, La.

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Rosemary Holloway-Hill Head Coach 29th Season

Sara Vogt Associate Head Coach Fifth Season


2013 Roster By Class

Seniors..........................Ellena Dimattia ...................................Samantha Hamby .............................................Haley McCall ............................................Janel Salanoa Juniors.......................Miyuki Navarrete .................................Stephanie Routzon Sophomores.................Kayla Boening .......................................Alexis Cacioppo ......................................Savannah Dollar .....................................Mackenzie Miller ............................................Haylie Wilson Freshmen............................Amye Barre ..............................................Faith Bohack ........................................Kaitlyyn Dupuis .....................................Courtney Dutreix ..................................................Hope Mair ...............................Summer Melancon ...............................................Kayla Prater ......................................Cayla Unverzagt

By Position

No.

Player

Pos.

B/T

Ht.

Yr.

Hometown (Previous School)

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Elena DiMattia

OF

L/R

5-4

Sr.

Sunset, La. (Beau Chene HS)

4

Mackenzie Miller

OF

R/R

5-6

So.

Evergreen, Colo. (Conifer HS)

6

Cayla Unverzagt

OF

R/R

5-6

Fr.

Lakewood, Calif. (Lakewood HS)

7

Miyuki Navarrete

2B/OF

R/R

5-6

Jr.

San Jose, Calif. (Archbishop Mitty HS)

8

Summer Melancon

IF

R/R

5-7

Fr.

Luling, La. (Hahnville HS)

9

Samantha Hamby

P

R/R

5-7

Sr.

Monroe, La. (Central Alabama CC)

10

Kaitlyn Dupuis

OF

R/R

5-1

Fr.

Cankton, La. (Beau Chene HS)

11

Kayla Prater

C

L/R

5-5

Fr.

The Woodlands, Texas (The Woodlands HS)

12

Stephanie Routzon

P

R/R

6-0

Jr.

Wheat Ridge, Colo. (Wheat Ridge HS)

13

Amye Barre

C/IF

R/R

5-6

Fr.

Luling, La. (Hahnville HS)

14

Haylie Wilson

P

R/R

5-3

So.

Middleburg, Fla. (The Bolles School)

15

Faith Bohack

IF

R/R

5-4

Fr.

Conroe, Texas (The Woodlands HS)

16

Janel Salanoa

1B

R/R

5-5

Sr.

San Jose, Calif. (Evergreen Valley HS)

18

Haley McCall

OF

R/R

5-6

Sr.

Grand Chenier, La. (LSU-Eunice)

19

Hope Mair

IF

R/R

5-8

Fr.

Des Allemands, La. (Hahnville HS)

20

Courtney Dutreix

IF/OF

L/R

5-1

Fr.

Luling, La. (Hahnville HS)

21

Kayla Boening

IF

L/R

5-4

So.

San Antonio, Texas (Poth HS)

22

Alexis Cacioppo

3B

R/R

5-5

So.

La Habra, Calif. (Sonora HS)

25

Savannah Dollar

P

R/R

5-9

So.

West Monroe, La. (Louisiana Tech)

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Rosemary Holloway- Hill, 29th Season (Oral Roberts, ‘77) Associate Head Coach: Sara Vogt (Indiana, ‘03) Pitching Coach: Lindsay Rittenhouse-Becton (ULM, ‘08) Support Staff Athletic Trainer: Jessica Veillon Team Manager: TBA Strength Coach: Brett Huth Media Relations: Tom Ritter Volunteer Assistant: Ron Hill WARHAWK SOFTBALL

C.............................................Amye Barre ...............................................Kayla Prater IF..........................................Faith Bohack .......................................Alexis Cacioppo ..................................................Hope Mair .................................Summer Melancon .....................................Miyuki Navarrete ............................................Janel Salanoa OF.....................................Elena DiMattia .....................................Courtney Dutreix .......................................Cayla Unverzagt P....................................Savannah Dollar ...................................Samantha Hamby .................................Stephanie Routzon ............................................Haylie Wilson UT.....................................Kayla Boening .....................................Mackenzie Miller

By State

California....................Alexis Cacioppo .....................................Miyuki Navarrete ............................................Janel Salanoa .......................................Cayla Unverzagt Colorado...................Mackenzie Miller .................................Stephanie Routzon Florida...............................Haylie Wilson Louisiana.............................Amye Barre ..........................................Elena DiMattia ......................................Savannah Dollar ..........................................Kaitlyn Dupuis .....................................Courtney Dutreix ......................................Smantha Hamby ..................................................Hope Mair .............................................Haley McCall .................................Summer Melancon Texas................................Kayla Boening ..............................................Faith Bohack ...............................................Kayla Prater

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e Warhawk softball teams for over 20 years. Located m and the football practice fields, the Complex was until the early 1980's.

$200,000 improvement project prior to the 2011 Sun Belt Conference.The complex features bleacher seating space along the foul lines.

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pictures, awards, and trophies that speak as a ption.

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e-of-the-art scoreboard that rises behind the center includes a message center that has picture and g score tracker. The back of the scoreboard features a an be seen from around the ULM athletic complex.

nerous contributions from the Monroe-West Monroe LM Construction Department. The Construction Dr. David Manry, consisted of ULM students. Also ystems, Southern Steel Fabricators, Hugh Parker onstruction, James Machine Works, and Rogers

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Head Coach Rosemary Holloway-Hill

29th Season at ULM Oral Roberts, 1977 At ULM: 705-894-3 Overall: 786-975-3 2010 and 2011. The team’s 3.279 GPA in 2011 ranked second in the Sun Belt and was tops in the state of Louisiana. ULM has been just as successful on the diamond under Holloway-Hill. In addition to having the most wins in ULM history, her 238 victories from the program’s days in the Southland Conference were the most by any school in that league. She led two ULM teams to Southland Tournament Championships in 1985 and 1986.

Over the past 29 years, Rosemary Holloway-Hill has become a staple on the Monroe bayou. The dean of ULM coaches has racked up over 700 wins in her prolific career, more than any other coach in the university’s history. Hill’s 705 wins rank in the top 50 of all time in the NCAA and 32nd among active Division I coaches. The Warhawk program has flourished under her guidance, as it was slotted as the No. 43 best softball program of all time in a 2004 ranking by the National Fastpitch Coaches Association.

Holloway-Hill came to Monroe in 1984 as an assistant coach to Mary Jo Murray before becoming the program’s fifth head coach the following season. In addition to coaching at ULM, Holloway-Hill has coached Athletes in Action (AIA) teams. She was an assistant on a 1986 AIA team that toured Western Europe and was head coach of a 1987 team that toured South America. In 1990, she traveled to Spain as head coach of an AIA team and conducted clinics in Barcelona. A native of Skiatook, Okla., Holloway-Hill was a star athlete at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M Junior Collge, becoming the first woman to letter in four sports at the schoolbasketball, volleyball, tennis and cross country. While at the school, she lettered on the men’s cross country team.

During Coach Holloway-Hill’s tenure, the Warhawks have recorded the program’s first winning season, conference championship, All-American and NCAA Tournament appearance. The veteran head coach has racked up numerous coaching awards in her time at ULM, including Southland Conference Coach of the Year, Louisiana Coach of the Year and Coach Holloway-Hill earned a bachelor’s degree in physical education at Oral Roberts in 1977. She was also a member of the first USA korfball (a Dutch form of basketball) team South Region Coach of the Year. and conducted clinics and tournaments in Holland her senior year at ORU. The 2012 edition of the Warhawks notched the school’s second highest win total since In addition to being the head softball head coach, Holloway-Hill also coached volleyball moving to the Sun Belt Conference in 2007. ULM posted a record of 25-26, including a thrilling 4-2 victory over then-No.5 UL-Lafayette. The win at UL-Lafayette broke the Ragin’ during the beginning of her ULM career from 1984-93. Her 159 career victories is the most for any coach in the program’s history, and she was on the bench for all five of the winning Cajuns 39 game home winning streak, as well as UL-Lafayette’s NCAA record-setting run seasons in it’s history. She is married to Ron Hill, who is a volunteer assistant coach for the of 23 consecutive wins as a freshman pitcher. Warhawks. The 2010 campaign was marked by a spectacular run to the Sun Belt Conference Championship Game after finishing 6th in the regular season standings. ULM entered the post season on a seven game losing streak, but Holloway-Hill steadied the team as they headed into the postseason. The veteran coach led her team to an upset win over the second seeded FIU Panthers in the first round. The Warhawks then defeated No. 8 Middle Tennessee in the semi-finals before losing to nationally ranked UL-Lafayette in the Championship Game. The best team in ULM history was Holloway-Hill’s 1997 squad. Led by All-American pitcher Sarah Dawson, the team won the Southland Conference championship, posted a 47-12 record, reached the No.18 ranking in the national poll, and reached the NCAA tournament before being defeated by eventual national runner-up UCLA. Holloway-Hill received national recognition following the season. The accolades she received included Southland Conference Coach of the Year, Louisiana Coach of the Year, and South Region Coach of the Year. In addition to producing talented and winning teams on the diamond, Holloway-Hill has stressed that her student athletes enjoy a balanced collegiate experience. Community service and academics have been fundamental values within the Warhawk’s softball program, and staples during Holloway-Hill’s tenure. In her 29 years at the program’s helm, it has seen 25 players named as National Fastpitch Coaches Association All-America Scholar Athletes. The Warhakwks landed in the to-50 in the nation in cumulative GPA in WARHAWK SOFTBALL

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ULM Year by Year under Coach Holloway-Hill

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Year

W

L

T

PCT.

Conference Finish

Postseason

1985

34

32

1

.515

3rd- Southland

Southland Tournament Champions

1986

17

36

0

.422

4th- Southland

Southland Tournament Champions

1987

19

26

0

.422

4th- Southland

1988

24

35

0

.407

3rd- Southland

1989

27

36

0

.429

5th- Southland

1990

18

48

0

.273

5th- Southland

1991

22

37

0

.373

5th- Southland

1992

39

35

1

.527

2nd- Southland

1993

14

30

0

.322

6th- Southland

1994

31

29

1

.517

3rd- Southland

1995

34

23

0

.597

2nd- Southland

1996

34

22

0

.607

3rd- Southland

1997

47

12

0

.797

1st- Southland

1998

23

37

0

.383

6th- Southland

1999

30

34

0

.468

4th- Southland

2000

28

27

0

.509

3rd- Southland

2001

31

22

0

.585

2nd- Southland

2002

20

32

0

.385

6th- Southland

2003

19

29

0

.396

8th- Southland

2004

13

48

0

.271

10th- Southland

2005

15

44

0

.254

10th- Southland

2006

27

30

0

.474

8th- Sun Belt

2007

24

38

0

.387

9th- Sun Belt

2008

22

37

0

.373

t6th- Sun Belt

2009

17

35

0

.327

7th- Sun Belt

2010

24

26

0

.480

7th- Sun Belt

2011

27

28

0

.480

6th- Sun Belt 7th- Sun Belt

2012

25

26

0

.490

TOTAL

705

894

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Associate Head Coach Sara Vogt

5th Season at ULM Indiana University, 2003

After one season at Northwestern State, Vogt joined head coach Mike Perniciaro in moving from Natchitoches to Wichita State. In 2006 the Shockers won 35 games and advanced to the championship game of the Missouri Valley Conference Tournament, where they fell to Missouri State. A pair of Shockers, Katie McGeeney and Britnee Barnett, were named to the All-MVC First Team. Vogt was responsible for the Shockers’ outfielders and recruiting as well as assisting with hitting.

Sara Vogt enters her fifth season as a member of the coaching staff at ULM. Vogt was an assistant coach for her first two seasons at ULM before being promoted to associate head coach prior to the 2011 season. Vogt’s areas of responsibility with the Warhawks include recruiting, camps and travel, as well as assisting with the program’s fundraising efforts. On the field she is ULM’s primary infield and hitting coach.

Vogt returned to the State of Louisiana in 2007, spending two seasons as an assistant at McNeese State before joining the staff at ULM. While at McNeese State, Vogt worked with the Cowgirl infielders and pitchers while taking control of the team’s defense as a whole. She was also responsible for the team’s conditioning and travel and played a large role in the McNeese State’s recruiting. The Cowgirls won 53 games in those two seasons and had 10 players earn All-Southland Conference honors.

As a player, Vogt, a native of Evansville, Ind., was a two-year standout at Wabash Valley College, helping the Lady Warriors make a pair of regional championship appearances. “It is a privilege to have someone with Sara’s wealth of knowledge and experience on our staff and I am pleased to announce her promotion to associate head coach,” said ULM She was named a CoSIDA/ESPN the Magazine Academic All-American in 2000. head coach Rosemary Holloway-Hill in 2011. “She is very responsible and efficient and her promotion is a fitting reward for all the hard work she has done within the program.” Vogt has continued to be an integral part of the program’s success since coming aboard in the fall of 2008. The Warhawks have steadily improved in the wins column in her short time with them, including a program best 27-28 overall record and 10-14 league record since joining the Sun Belt Conference in 2007.In 2010, the Warhawks posted their best record in nine seasons and reached the semifinals of the Sun Belt Conference Tournament. With Vogt as the ULM hitting coach, the Warhawk offense posted its best numbers in batting average, home runs, RBIs and hits since 2007. For the first time since joining the conference, two Warhawks, Roxy Cassel and Brianna Love, were named to the All-Sun Belt team. Love earned Louisville Slugger/ NFCA All-Region honors for the second consecutive season. Under Vogt’s leadership, the 2012 ULM squad recordede a fielding percentage of .964, committing just 53 errors in 1,473 chances. Offenisvely, the Warhawks hit 59 doubles and 19 home runs. Vogt began her coaching career as a student assistant at Indiana University. She worked with the Hoosiers in 2002 and 2003 while completing her bachelor’s degree in sport marketing and management. Following her time at Indiana, Vogt spent one season as an assistant at Francis Marion University in Florence, S.C., working primarily with outfielders and as the assistant hitting coach. The Patriots finished the 2004 season with a record of 37-17. Prior to the 2005 season, Vogt moved back to the Division I level as an assistant coach at Northwestern State, where she worked primarily with hitters and outfielders. That year the Demons won 35 games and reached the Southland Conference Tournament for a league-best ninth-straight season. Five Lady Demons were named to the All-Southland team that season and Nicole Martin was named a first team academic All-American.

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Assistant Coaches/Support Staff

Lindsay Rittenhouse-Becton Pitching Coach (ULM, ‘08) First Season

Rittenhouse-Becton joins the ULM coaching staff after leaving as one of the school’s most prolific pitchers. She was a four year letterwinner for Holloway-Hill from 200508 where she amassed a 30-57 record and a 3.47 career ERA. Rittenhouse-Becton was part of a pitching staff that led the Warhawks to the 2008 Sun Belt Tournament Championship game. Her 30 career wins and 584.1 innings pitched rank fifth in ULM history. She earned the first-ever Sun Belt Player/Pitcher of the Week honors for the Warhawks as a pitcher. Rittenhouse-Becton, a native of Gilbert, Ariz., married fellow ULM alum Beau Becton in November 2011. The couple welcomed a son, Steele, in August 2012.

Jessica Veillon

Athletic Training Graduate Assistant McNeese State, 2012

Jessica Veillon is in her first season with the ULM softball team. Veillon graduated from McNeese State University in 2012 with a bachelor of science degree in athletic training. While at ULM, she is pursuing a master’s in exercise science.

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Bret Huth

Strength and Conditioning Coach John Carroll, 2010

Bret Huth is in his first full season as the Strength and Conditioning Coordinator for Overhead Sports after serving as a graduate assistant strength and conditioning coach from August 2010 to March 2012. While serving as a graduate assistant, Huth obtained his Master’s Degree in Exercise Science. Huth implements and directs all aspects of baseball and softball strength and conditioning, while overseeing the strength and conditioning programs for volleyball and women’s tennis. He also serves as the first assistant to the football strength and conditioning program. A native of Akron, Ohio, Huth graduated with a Bachelors of Arts in both Exercise Science and Physical Education from John Carroll University in Cleveland, Ohio, where he was a guard for the Blue Streak football team from 2005 to 2009. He also worked as a strength and conditioning intern with Kent State University Football in 2009 and served as the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach at Euclid High School in 2010, while fulfilling his student teacher education program. Huth is certified through the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association (CSCCA) and is also certified in adult CPR, first aid and AED.

Tom Ritter

Media Relations GA Valparaiso Unversity, 2008

Tom Ritter is in his first year as a media relations graduate assistant at ULM and is pursuing a master’s degree in mass communications. He is the primary contact for volleyball, sand volleyball, and softball. He is also the secondary contact for men’s basketball. Ritter joins the ULM staff after working as a media relations intern at Wayne State University in Detroit, Mich. Prior to working at WSU, he was a sports reporter in suburban Chicago covering high school and local sports. He also volunteered in the sports information department at Lewis University in Romeoville, Ill. He has previous experience in radio, television, and with two minor league baseball teams. Ritter is a Chicago-area native and holds a bachelor’s degree from Valparaiso University in Indiana, where he worked as a sports broadcaster and reporter with WVUR-FM. WARHAWK SOFTBALL

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Elena DiMattia

3

Senior, OF, L/R Sunset, La. (Beau Chene HS)

DiMattia in 2013:

DiMattia will be counted on to hold down the left field position

2012 (Junior): Started 39 games in left field for the Warhawks ... Posted career highs in nearly every offensive category ... Finished second on the team with six sacrifice bunts ... Also second in hit by pitches with two ... Collected two RBI to go along with three hits against Middle Tennessee on March 25 ... Had two hits against South Alabama on March 10. 2011 (Sophomore): Appeared in 41 of 55 games her sophomore season ... The speedster scored a career-high 16 runs... Was an impressive 5-for-6 in stolen bases ... Collected one hit in six at-bats ... Had a .167 batting average ... Scored a run in all three games of the series against Middle Tennessee ... Started one game against Troy. 2010 (Freshman): Appeared in 27 games as a true freshman ... In10 plate appearances had one hit, and scored four runs while on base ... Had one stolen base on two attempts ... Tied for first on the team in fielding percentage (1.000) ... Started two games, both in conference play versus Florida International and UL-Lafayette ... Had a season high three batting attempts on the road against Florida International. Prep: A four year letterwinner in both volleyball and softball for Beau Chene HS ... Earned all-district first team honors her senior year ... Earned all-district second team honors her freshman, sophomore, and junior seasons ... Was named all-parish first team all four years on the softball team ... Earned All-Acadiana first team honors her senior season ... Was an all-state honorable mention honoree her senior year ... Concluded her senior season with a .584 batting average. Personal: Full name is Elena Marie DiMattia ... Nickname is “E� ... Daughter of Travis and Cindy Hukins ... Has four siblings: Mario, Justin, Gina and Katelyn ... Majoring in pre-physical therapy.

Career Statistics: Year

Avg

GP-GS

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

BB

HBP

SO

SB

SB-ATT

PO

A

E

FLD %

2010

.100

27-2

10

4

1

0

0

0

0

1

0

5

1

2

2

0

0

1.000

2011

.167

41-1

6

16

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

3

5

6

0

0

0

.000

2012

.197

49-41

117

12

23

1

0

0

3

8

2

29

6

8

58

3

3

.953

Total

.188

117-43

133

32

25

1

0

0

3

9

2

37

12

16

60

3

3

.955

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Samantha Hamby

Senior, P, R/R Monroe, La. (Central Alabama CC)

Hamby in 2013:

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Hamby will be key to keeping the Warhawks in games this season. 2012 (Junior): Finished second on the team with a 3.75 ERA ... Started 19 games, which was the second highest total on the team ... Among her six complete games, she tossed a team leading two shutouts ... Allowed just 78 hits in 86.2 innings ... Shut down Northwestern State on February 11, going the distance in a two-hit shutout, also adding three strikeouts ... Did extra work in an 8-inning complete game victory against Troy on March 14, giving up just three hits and one run ... Threw a shutout against FAU on April 24 ... Went the distance in a 4-2 win over Louisiana-Lafayette on May 5, limiting the explosive Ragin’ Cajun offense to just two runs on five hits. Prior to ULM (Central Alabama CC): Experienced a great level of success in two seasons as a pitcher at Central Alabama CC under head coach Greg Shiver ... Held down a 41-6 career record with 391 strikeouts and a 1.26 ERA ... Ranked 18th in the NJCAA in 2011 ... Had a 21-2 record her sophomore season with 1.22 ERA and 184 strikeouts ... Only player from her team to earn NJCAA Division I All-American Second Team honors as well as land on the NFCA All-American Second Team ... Two-time Alabama Community College All-Region First Team selection ... Two-time ACCC all-tournament team and all-league team selection ... Helped lead Central Alabama CC to the 2011 ACCC Championship title ... Also the 2011 regional champions ... Finished seventh at nationals. Prep: A four-year letterwinner at West Ouachita HS under head coach and former ULM great Lori Tande Bruscato ... All-state selection three years ... District co-MVP her junior and senior seasons ... Earned district MVP honors her sophomore year ... Northeastern Louisiana Pitcher of the Year in 2007 ... West Ouachita HS MVP for three seasons ... Landed on the all-star team her senior year ... Helped lead West Ouachita HS to a runner-up finish at the state championship in 2009 ... Academic all-state her senior season. Personal: Full name Samantha Dawn Hamby ... Born July 3, 1991 ... Daughter of Al and Felicia Hamby ... Had one brother, Dalton ... Father played football for ULM in 1987-88 and was a member of the 1987 FCS National Championship Team, which was inducted to the ULM Hall of Fame in 2012 ... Enjoys hunting ... Majoring in kinesiology.

Career Statistics: Year

ERA

W/L

APP/GS

CG

SHO

SV

IP

H

R

ER

BB

SO

2012

3.72

7-6

24-19

6

2

0

86.2

78

88

55

70

51

Total

3.72

7-6

24-19

6

2

0

86.2

78

88

55

70

51

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Haley McCall

18

Senior, RF, R/R Grand Chenier, La. (LSU-Eunice)

McCall in 2013:

McCall is expected the Warhawks primary right fielder. 2012 (Junior): Started in 50 games for the Warhawks ... Led the team with 14 doubles and at bats (146) ... Also among ULM top five in RBI (20), triples (1), total bases (53), stolen bases (12), stolen base percentage (.923), and games. played .. Hit .294 against lefties, the second highest average on the team ... Had nine RBI with two outs, also the second most on the team ... Had three hits and two RBI against FAU on April 24. Prior to ULM (LSU-Eunice): A member of the 2011 NJCAA Division II National Championship team ... MVP of the National Championship ... Named to the 2011 NJCAA Division II All-American First Team ... First team all-region in 2011 ... Landed on the National Championship First Team ... Team also won the Division II Region 23 Championship ... Holds the single-season RBIs record for LSU-Eunice with 73 ... In 2011 she led the Bengals in runs (69), hits (87), doubles (21), triples (5) and RBIs (73) and ranked second in batting average (.413) ... Her freshman season she led the team in homeruns (10) and walks (27) and had a .315 batting average ... Went 3-for4 with one home run and three RBIs in the national championship game. Prep: A four-year letterwinner at South Cameron HS under head coach Laura Reeves ... Named to the all-state team for three seasons ... Earned first team all-district all four seasons ... Received district MVP honors in 2008 ... Named to the All-Southwest Team for three seasons ... Led her team to the state championship in 2006. Personal: Full name Haley Michelle McCall ... Born March 24, 1991 ... Daughter of Thomp and Karen McCall ... Nickname is “E-Y� ... Has two sisters, Christian and Sydnee ... Majoring in general studies.

Career Statistics: Year

Avg

GP-GS

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

BB

HBP

SO

SB

SB-ATT

PO

A

E

FLD %

2012

.233

50-50

146

16

34

14

1

1

20

8

0

32

12

13

59

4

4

.940

Total

.233

50-50

146

16

34

14

1

1

20

8

0

32

12

13

59

4

4

.940

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Returning Players

Janel Salanoa

16

Senior, 1B, R/R San Jose, Calif./ Evergreen Valley HS

base hits with 42 total hits on the season ... Finished second on the team with 28 RBI ... 7-for-11 on stolen bases/attempts ... Recorded 19 hits in conference play with 10 RBI ... Nine multi-hit games with three 3-hit performances. Prep: A letterwinner in basketball and softball at Evergreen Valley HS ... Earned first team all-conference at the shortstop position ... Was her team’s offensive Player of the Year four times ... Member of the 2009 Amateur Softball Association of America Gold National Softball Tournament, a prominent national tournament for players age 18 years and younger. 2012 (Junior): Moved across the diamond to man first base for ULM after playing

Personal: The daughter of Tailo and Sylvia Salanoa ... Born May 21, 1991 ... Hometown is San Jose, Calif. ... Has two brothers, Justin and Jerome ... Recruited by St. John’s and Hawai’i ... Uncle is Pittsburgh Steelers safety Troy Polamalu ... Major is kinesiology.

shortstop her first two seasons ... Earned Second Team All-Louisiana Honors ... Named to Sun Belt All-Tournament Team and named All-Sun Belt Second Team by College Sports Madness ... Led the team with a .994 fielding percentage and finished sixth in the conference in total putouts ... Continued to be a menace in the middle of the order for the Warhawks, making the majority of her at-bats in the third spot or cleanup hole ... Led the team with 44 hits, 67 total bases and 26 RBI ... Second on the team with .308 batting average, .469 slugging percentage, five home runs, and 16 stolen bases ... Led the team with a sterling .329 average with runners on base and a .327 average with runners in scoring position ... Posted a team high nine game hitting streak during the season ... Hit two home runs to go with three RBI to lead ULM over Troy, 10-4, in the Sun Belt Conference Tournament.

Salanoa in 2013:

Salanoa is expected to be the Warhawks’ starting 1B and a force at the plate.

2011(Sophomore): Continued to be a key player for the Warhawks in her second season ... Earned an All-Louisiana honorable mention nod as a shortstop ... Played in all but one of the 55 games on the season and started 53 of those ... Had the highest returning batting average and ranked third overall in 2011 with .321 ... Struck out just five times the entire season and ranked eighth in the NCAA as toughest to strikeout ... Had four sacrifice flies to rank 18th in the NCAA ... Ranked in the top-three in every single offensive category ... Sat third in runs with 33 ... Also third in hits (54), RBIs (38) and at-bats (168) ... Had 19 extra-base hits ... Ranked second in doubles (11), triples (1) and home runs (7) ... Also had 88 total bases, good for second ... Had a .524 slugging percentage ... Walked 14 times ... Second in assists with 106 ... Stole nine bases on 12 attempts ... Went 3-for-3 against Stephen F. Austin ... Had three hits twice against Stephen F. Austin and Florida Atlantic ... Had a career-high-tying four RBI in the season-opener against Southeast Missouri State ... Received her first career intentional walk against Western Kentucky at the Sun Belt Conference Tournament ... Tallied 12 multi-hit games. 2010 (Freshman): Had an impressive first season of collegiate career ... Started all 50 games of the season as shortstop ... Finished second on the team in runs scored with 29 ... Had a .286 batting average to rank fourth on the team ... Tallied 10 extra

Career Statistics: Year

Avg

GP-GS

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

BB

HBP

SO

SB

SB-ATT

PO

A

E

FLD %

2010

.286

50-50

147

29

42

6

0

4

28

15

2

16

7

11

87

82

21

.889

2011

.321

54-53

168

33

54

11

1

7

38

14

3

5

9

12

74

106

21

.896

2012

.308

48-47

143

24

44

6

1

5

26

12

1

12

16

17

311

20

2

.994

Total

.306

154-152

458

86

140

23

2

16

92

41

6

33

32

40

472

208

44

.939

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Miyuki Navarrete

7

Junior, 2B, R/R San Jose, Calif. (Archbishop Mitty HS)

Navarrete in 2013:

Navarrete is expected to take a medical redshirt in 2013 after suferring an injury in fall. 2012 (Sophomore): Versatile player who spend most of the season playing second base and hitting out of the lead off spot for the Warhawks ... Led the Sun Belt Conference in stolen bases with 30 ... Led ULM in runs, hit by pitches (4), sac bunts (7), and steals ... Also finished in the top five on the team in batting average (3rd), slugging percentage (fifth), on-base percentage (fifth), hits (second, RBI (fifth), doubles (t-third), homeruns (third), total bases (third), walks (fifth), plate appearances (second), and at-bats (fourth) ... Put together a string of 16 games in which she reached base safely ... Second on the team in multi-hit games with 11 ... Posted a three hit, three run and three RBI game against Southern on March 3 ... Had three hits against Memphis on April 12 ... Wore out Louisiana-Lafayette pitching on May 5 and May 6, tallying 6 hits in the three game series ... Had two hits and two runs against College of Charleston on Feb. 25. 2011 (Freshman): Was an impact player immediately during her freshman campaign ... One of four Warhawks to start all 55 games on the season, almost all of them being at the second base ... Scored a team third-best 33 runs in 147 at-bats ... Collected 32 hits for a .218 batting average ... Led the Warhawks in assists (122) ... Went 15for-20 in stolen bases ... Had two doubles ... First career home run came against No. 6 Oklahoma ... Brought in 19 RBI as a freshman ... Went 2-for-3 three times during the season ... Scored two runs in a game four separate times ... Had a season-high two RBIs in two games, both against ranked opponents No. 7 Oklahoma and No. 25 UL-Lafayette. Prep: Was a four-year letterwinner in softball at Archbishop Mitty HS ... Named to the First Team All-League in 2009 ... Named to the Academic Honor Roll from 2006-2010 ... Favorite high school memory was her team being ranked #1 in the country in 2009. Personal: Full name Miyuki Alicia Navarrete ... Nickname is “Yuk�...born May 23, 1992 ... Daughter of David and Robin Navarrete ... Has three older siblings: Cristina, David and Daniel ... Enjoys puzzles in her free time ... Majoring in pre-nursing.

Career Statistics: Year

Avg

GP-GS

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

BB

HBP

SO

SB

SB-ATT

PO

A

E

FLD %

2011

.218

55-55

147

33

32

2

0

1

14

37

4

12

15

20

148

122

12

.957

2012

.291

50-49

141

28

41

8

0

3

19

13

4

23

30

32

109

75

8

.958

Total

.253

117-43

288

61

73

10

0

4

33

50

8

35

45

52

257

197

20

.958

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Returning Players

Stephanie Routzon

Junior, P, R/R Wheat Ridge, Colo. (Wheat Ridge HS)

Routzon in 2013:

12

Routzon will be key to the Warhawk pitching rotation 2012 (Sophomore): Started 14 games for the Warhawks, tossing five complete games to bring her career total to nine ... Was third on the team in ERA, wins, innings, strikeouts, appearances and games started ... Didn’t throw a wild pitch in over 73 innings of work ... Threw a complete game against Virginia Tech on Feb. 25, limiting the Hokies to just one run over eight innings ... Also worked eight innings against South Alabama on March 10 ... Struck out a season high seven batters while throwing a complete game against Jackson state on April 18 ... Held Memphis scoreless in 1.3 innings of relief on April 12. 2011 (Freshman): Had a solid freshman year in the circle for the Warhawks, appearing in 26 games while starting 19 ... Had a winning record going 8-7 ... Threw five complete games ... Saw 94.2 innings of action, the second-most of the pitching staff ... Held the second-lowest ERA with 4.14 ... Allowed 120 hits and 64 runs, 56 of which were earned ... Struck out 52 batters ... Gave up 34 walks ... Threw her first career no-hitter against Grambling State where she struck out a career-high seven batters ... Had four complete game shutouts ... Earned her first win in her first career game against Northwestern State with an 8-0 run-rule victory. Prep: A four-year letterwinner in softball at Wheat Ridge High School ... Was the 2009 4A All-Colorado Pitcher of the Year ... Was named to the All-State team in 2009 ... Earned All-League accolades in 2008 and 2009 ... Won back-to-back Colorado State 4A Softball Championships ... Also a letterwinner in golf for two seasons. Personal: Full name Stephanie Lynn Routzon ... Nickname is “Staph” ... Born February 18, 1992 ... Daughter of Brian and Michele Routzon ... Has one brother, Ryan and one sister, Veronica Green, who played third base at Fresno State ... Majoring in graphic design.

Career Statistics: Year

ERA

W/L

APP/GS

CG

SHO

SV

IP

H

R

ER

BB

SO

2011

4.14

8-7

26/19

5

4

0

94.2

120

64

56

34

52

2012

4.01

4-9

18/14

4

0

0

73.1

92

53

42

31

32

Total

3.72

12-16

0

9

4

0

168.0

212

117

98

65

84

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Kayla Boening

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Sophomore, 2B/SS, L/R San Antonio, Texas (Poth HS)

Boening in 2013:

Boening’s speed will be a huge asset for the Warhawks. 2012 (Freshman): Led the team in triples while spending the majority of the season playing shortstop ... Third on the team with 17 walks ... Fourth with 11 stolen bases ... Led the team in games played and starts ... Also spent time in right field ... Hit in six different spots in the order, most often hitting in the six hole ... Finished second on the team in assists ... Recorded seven multi-hit games ... Had a superb day against Grambling on Feb 12, recording two hits, three runs and an RBI to lead ULM ... Tallied two hits and three RBI against Southern on March 3. Prep: A four-year letterwinner at Poth High School under head coach Jerry Bonewald ... Also ran track and cross country, and played volleyball for the Pirates ... Named to the Class 2A All-State Second Team her senior year ... First team all-state her sophomore, junior and senior years ... Named the co-MVP of District 29-2A in 2011 ... Earned first team all-district honors the three seasons prior ... The 2009 and 2010 District Defensive Most Valuable Player ... A San Antonio all-area selection 2009-11 ... Named Player of the Week by mysanantonio.com on April 4, 2011 ... Led the San Antonio area across all classifications with a .593 batting average ... Recorded 48 steals her junior season Personal: Full name Kayla Beth Boening ... Born January 8, 1993 ... Daughter of Scott and Diane Boening ... Has two sisters, Brooke and Ryann ... Enjoys water skiing, traveling and spending time with her family ... Sister Brooke plays softball at Northwestern State ... Major is undecided.

Career Statistics: Year

Avg

GP-GS

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

BB

HBP

SO

SB

SB-ATT

PO

A

E

FLD %

2012

.217

51-51

138

16

30

3

2

0

10

17

2

25

11

18

67

79

12

.924

Total

.217

51-51

138

16

30

3

2

0

10

17

2

25

11

18

67

79

12

.924

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Alexis Cacioppo

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Sophomore, 3B, R/R La Habra, Calif. (Sonora HS)

Cacioppo in 2013:

Cacioppo is expected to start at third and be a key piece of the Warhawk offense. 2012 (Freshman): Slugger spent most of the season patrolling the hot corner for the Warhawks ... Led the team in homeruns (6) and plate appearances (170) ... Finished in the top five on the team in doubles, batting average, slugging percentage, on base percentage, RBI, hits, runs, total bases, at bats and games ... Had 7 multi-RBI games to tie for the team lead ... Led the team with 12 multi-hit games ... Led the team with 114 assists ... Knocked in four runs against Grambling on Feb 12 on two hits ... Drove in three runs against Nichols State on March 28 ... Had three hits against Middle Tennessee on Mar 25. Prep: A four-year letterwinner at Sonora HS under head coach Michelle Rodriguez ... Named to the all-league first team all four seasons ... Earned Rookie of the Year honors her freshman season ... Names to the Diamond Barr HS All-Tournament Team in 2010 ... In 2011 she led her team in runs, doubles and stolen bases ... Had a .330 batting average ... Also played for the Lakewood Firecrackers Club ... Favorite memory is hitting three homeruns in her first high school game ... First and last at bats of high school career were home runs. Personal: Full name Alexis Nicole Cacioppo...nickname is “Lex� ... Born July 1, 1993 ... Daughter of James and Sherrie Cacioppo ... Has two older siblings, Tishia-Ann and JJ ... Majoring in kinesiology

Career Statistics: Year

Avg

GP-GS

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

BB

HBP

SO

SB

SB-ATT

PO

A

E

FLD %

2012

.273

51-51

143

27

39

8

0

6

26

22

2

24

5

7

67

114

12

.938

Total

.273

51-51

143

27

39

8

0

6

26

22

2

24

5

7

67

114

12

.938

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Mackenzie Miller

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Sophomore, CF, R/R Evergreen, Colo. (Conifer HS)

Miller in 2013:

Miller is expected to start in center for the Warhawks. 2012 (Freshman): Started 51 games in her inaugural campaign, while playing sterling defense in centerfield ... Led the team in stolen base percentage, going a perfect 10-for-10 ... Tied for second on the team in sac bunts with 6 ... Finished fifth on team in runs (17) ... Made only two errors in center en route to a .979 fielding percentage ... Had a team high nine outfield assists ... Had two hits and an RBI in her college debut against Southern Illinois-Edwardsville ... Drove in two runs against Northwestern State ... Scored three runs against Nichols on March 28. Prep: A four-year letterwinner at Conifer HS under head coach Carrie Oletski ... Also a member of the basketball, swimming, and track teams ... A four-time all-conference selection ... Also named her team’s MVP four seasons-straight ... All-state honorable mention in 2008-09 ... Posted a .500 batting average in her senior year, as well as a .653 on-base percentage, .960 slugging percentage, with five home runs and 15 stolen bases ... Led all players in the state of Colorado in stolen bases (29) in 2008-09 ... Helped lead her team to two semifinals appearances in the state championship her sophomore and junior seasons ... Played on the Quicksilver 18 club team with current Warhawk Stephanie Routzon ... In club play, she earned back-to-back Triple Crown All-Star Pitcher/Shortstop awards in 2007 and 2008 ... Was the USSSA’s AllStar Shortstop in 2007 ... All-state academic team for three seasons. Personal: Full name Mackenzie Jane Miller ... Nickname is “Mack Daddy” ... Born August 5, 1993 ... Daughter of Louis and Peggy Miller ... Has one older sister, Hannah ... Enjoys hiking and doing crafts ... Is an active member in ULM’s FCA chapter ... Major is undecided.

Career Statistics: Year

Avg

GP-GS

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

BB

HBP

SO

SB

SB-ATT

PO

A

E

FLD %

2012

.181

51-51

127

17

23

8

0

0

10

12

1

42

10

10

85

9

2

.979

Total

.181

51-51

127

17

23

8

0

0

10

12

1

42

10

10

85

9

2

.979

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Haylie Wilson

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Sophomore, P, R/R Middleburg, Fla. (The Bolles School)

Wilson in 2013:

Wilson will appear in the circle for the Warhawks in 2013. 2012 (Freshman): Appeared in 34 games in the circle in her freshman campaign, starting 17 ... Compiled a 13-8 record with a team-best 3.65 ERA ... Led the team with 147.2 innings pitched ... Struck out 65 batters ... Earned first career win over Grambling Feb. 12 ... Allowed just four base runners in a no-hitter against Western Kentucky Apr. 22 ... Lone hit of the season was an RBI double vs. Southest Missouri State on Feb. 11. Prep: A four-year letterwinner at The Bolles School under head coach Tom Collins ... The 2012 Florida High School Athletics Association 3A Player and Pitcher of the Year ... 2011 Times-Union First Coast Player of the Year ... Picked for the Times-Union All-First Coast First Team three straight seasons ... Holds every pitching record at The Bolles School, including single-season wins, career wins, perfect games, shut-outs, no-hitters and strikeouts ... Led her team to its first-ever state championship game appearance ... Finished Class 3A state runners-up in 2009 and 2010 ... Finished second in the 3A-4 Region ... In 2011, she posted a 25-5 record with a 0.70 ERA, 219 strikeouts ... Was also strong at the plate with a .448 batting average, four home runs and 41 RBI ... At the club level, qualified for the American Softball Association 18U Gold Nationals with the Miami Stingrays in 2010 and finished fifth ... Won backto-back ASA Florida State Championships with the 16U Orlando No Fear ... The team tied for ninth nationally both years ... Also lettered in volleyball. Personal: Full name is Haylie Brenee Wilson ... Nickname is “Hales� ... Was born in Berlin, Germany on December 15, 1992 ... Daughter of Gus and Laurie Wilson ... Has two younger sisters, Alaska and Ciara ... Majoring in dentistry.

Career Statistics: Year

ERA

W/L

APP/GS

CG

SHO

SV

IP

H

R

ER

BB

SO

SB

SB-ATT

PO

A

E

FLD %

2012

3.65

13-8

34/17

13

1

0

147.2

179

88

77

34

65

5

7

67

114

12

.938

Total

3.65

13-8

34/17

13

1

0

147.2

179

88

77

34

65

5

7

67

114

12

.938

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Newcomers

Amye Barre

Freshman, C/IF, R/R Luling, La. (Hahnville HS)

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Prep: A four year letter winner in softball at Hahnville High School ... Also played soccer and volleyball for the Tigers ... Was a standout for the school, earning all-state, all-district her senior year ... Second team all-district her junior year. Personal: Full name is Amye Marie Barre ... Daugther of Kyle and Lena Barre ... Has an older brother, Alex ... Stills enjoys playing soccer in the offseason ... Major is undeclared.

Barre in 2013:

Barre will see time behind the plate and appear as the DP.

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Faith Bohack

Freshman, UT, R/R Conroe, Texas (The Woodlands HS)

Prep: A four year letter winner in softball at The Woodlands HS ... Was an all-district performer in 2009, 2010,2011 and 2012 ... Her Highlander team won the state and national championships her junior year with a 44-1 record ...Bohack was named all-state, all-district, and all-county ... Honored as all-Montgomery County Defensive Player of the Year ... Hit .380 her senior year. Personal: Full name is Faith Danielle Bohack ... Daughter of Gene and Amy Bohack ... Has a younger brother, Keith ... Enjoys fishing and listening to music in her free time ... General business major.

Bohack in 2013:

Bohack will be used as a utility player.

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Savannah Dollar

Sophomore, P, R/R West Monroe, La. (Louisiana Tech)

25

2012(Louisiana Tech): Pitched in two games for the Lady Techsters, pitching against nationally ranked UL-Lafayette and Hawaii ... Allowed eight hits and five walks in 2.2 innings of work ... Also went 0-1 from the plate.

Dollar in 2013:

Dollar will be used primarily in relief but also see some spot starts.

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Prep: A four year letter winner for West Monroe High School as a pitcher and first baseman ... Named All-District 2-5A First Team from 2009-11 ... Earned District 2-5A MVP honors in both 2009 and 2011 ... Member of the All-Northeast First Team from 2009-11 ... Recieved LHSAA all-state first team honors in 2009 and honorable mentions in both 2010 and 2011 ... Was voted team MVP in 2009 and 2011 ... Selected for 2011 Louisiana High School All-Star Game ... Academic All-State in 2011 ... Posted a 22-4 record with a 0.86 ERA, striking out 285 batters as a junior (2010) ... Also hit .298 that season with six doubles, four homers, and 30 RBI ... Favorite high school memory was going undefeated to win the 2010 District 2-5A Championship ... Also played two seasons of basketball for the Rebels. Personal: Full name is Savannah Kay-Lynn Dollar ... Daughter of Doug and Pam Dollar ... Has a younger sister, Alana ... Father played basketball at Louisiana Tech ... Gives pitching lessons in the off-season.

Kaitlyn Dupuis

Freshman, OF, R/R Cankton, La. (Beau Chene HS)

Prep: A four year letter winner for Beau Chene High School ... Was named academic all-state her senior year ... Earned Louisiana Coaches all-state honors her junior year ... Named first team all-district and all-parish her sophomore, junior and senior years ... Was a National Academic Scholar her senior year ... Named second team all-district and second team all-parish as a freshman for the Gators ... Favorite high school sports memory is hitting her first career homerun as a junior. Personal: Full name is Kaitlyn Alyse Dupuis ... Nickname is “Kat” ... Daughter of Troy and Brenda Dupuis ... Has a younger sister, Mia ... Hobbies include hanging out with friends and her family and tubing ... Majoring in pre-pharmacy.

Dupuis in 2013:

Dupuis’s speed will be an asset for the Warhawks on the base paths.

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Courtney Dutreix Freshman, UT, L/R Luling, La. (Hahnville HS)

20

Prep: One of four ULM freshmen that played on the Hahnville team that won the state championship in 2011 and were the 5A state runner-ups in both 2010 and 2012 ... Lettered all four years for the Tigers ... Named first team all-district all four years of high school ... Allmetro team all four years ... Named all-state sophomore, junior and senior years ... Named the all-metro large school Player of the Year her sophomore year ... Received state championship game MVP honors. Personal: Full name is Courtney Ann Dutreix ... Nickname is “Court� ... Daugther of Troy and Paula Dutreix ... Has an older sister, Amber Ford ... Major is undeclared.

Dutreix in 2013:

Dutreix will be used as a utility player and fill various roles.

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Hope Mair

Freshman, 1B/3B, R/R Des Allemands, La. (Hahnville HS)

Prep: A four-year letterwinner at Hahnville HS ... Was named first team all-district all four years of high school ... Team finished as the state champions in 2011 and the state runner-up in 2010 and 2012 ... Favorite high school memory is hitting a homerun against St. Thomas Moore in the state quarterfinals her senior year and winning state her senior year ... Hit .351 her senior season. Personal: Full name is Hope Rene Mair ... Daughter of Roger and Consuela Mair ... Has a younger brother, Colby ... Enjoys boating and swimming in the off-season ... Major is undeclared.

Mair in 2013:

Mair will be a backup at both corner infield spots.

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Newcomers

Summer Melancon Freshman, 2B/SS, R/R Luling, La. (Hahnville HS)

8

Prep: A four year letter winner at Hahnville ... Was named all-state as a senior ... Named all-metro in 2012 ... Received all-district honors from 2010-12 ... Hit .444 her senior year while playing shortstop for the Tigers ... Favorite high school memory was winning a state championship her junior season. Personal: Full name is Summer Lauve Melancon ... Nickname is “Sum” ... Daughter of Michael and Crystal Melancon ... Has a younger brother, Brady and a younger sister, Macy ... Enjoys swimming, playing volleyball and hanging out with friends in the off-season.

Melancon in 2013:

Melacon will compete for a middle infield spot.

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Kayla Prater

Freshman, C, S/R The Woodlands, Texas (HS)

Prep: A three year letter winner at the Woodlands HS ... Also played basketball for the Highlanders ... Her softball team won the state and national championships her junior year ... Was a two time all-state honoree ... Named first team all-district her sophomore, junior and senior seasons ... Academic all-district from 2010-12 ... Named National Player of the Week by Aaron Weintraub in 2010 ... Honored as the team’s top defensive player as a senior ... Hit .309 her senior year while posting a .990 fielding percentage behind the plate. Personal: Full name is Kayla LeAnn Prater ... Nickname is “KayPray” or “KP”... Daughter of John and Wendy Prater ... Has a younger sister, Linzy ... Enjoys playing basketball, hanging out with friends, and being outside ... Majoring in business and marketing management.

Prater in 2013:

Prater will compete with Amye Barre for time behind the dish.

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Cayla Unverzagt

Freshman, UT, R/R Lakewood, Calif. (Lakewood HS)

6

Prep: A three year letter winner at Lakewood High School ... Named first team all-league for the Lancers ... Hit .324 her senior season with three HRs and 27 RBI ... Named the team’s MVP in 2012. Personal: Full name is Cayla Elisabeth Unverzagt ... Nicknames include “C-Dog” and “C-Biscuit” ... Daugther of Jeff and Lisa James ... Has two older sisters, Jennifer and Danielle, and four younger brothers: Elliot, Emmet, Easton and Eli ... Played travel softball for California Pure Fastpitch under coach Bill Jaconson Enjoys listening to music and excercising in the offseason ... Works as a hitting instructor in the summer.

Unverzagt in 2013:

Unverzagt’s versatility will be a huge asset for the Warhawks.

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2012 Game-by-Game Breakdown Date

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Opponent

Feb 10, 2012 SIU-Edwardsville Feb 10, 2012 IUPUI Feb 11, 2012 vs. Northwestern State Feb 11, 2012 vs . Southeast Missouri Feb 12, 2012 Grambling State Feb 18, 2012 McNeese State *Feb 18, 2012 at #17 Houston Feb 19, 2012 vs. McNeese State !Feb 19, 2012 at Houston Feb 22, 2012 at Samford *Feb 25, 2012 vs. Virginia Tech Feb 25, 2012 at Coll. of Charleston Feb 25, 2012 vs. Wagner Feb 26, 2012 vs. Lipscomb Mar 03, 2012 at Northwestern State Mar 03, 2012 vs. Southern Mar 04, 2012 at Northwestern State Mar 04, 2012 vs. Southern Mar 07, 2012 Stephen F. Austin *Mar 10, 2012 at South Alabama-1 *Mar 10, 2012 at South Alabama *Mar 11, 2012 at South Alabama-3 *Mar 14, 2012 Troy *Mar 14, 2012 Troy *Mar 15, 2012 Troy *Mar 24, 2012 at Middle Tennessee *Mar 25, 2012 at Middle Tennessee *Mar 25, 2012 at Middle Tennessee Mar 28, 2012 at Nicholls State *04/06/2012 at FIU-1 *04/06/2012 at FIU-2 *04/07/2012 at FIU Apr 11, 2012 at Central Arkansas Apr 12, 2012 at Memphis *Apr 14, 2012 North Texas *Apr 14, 2012 North Texas *Apr 15, 2012 North Texas Apr 18, 2012 Jackson State Apr 19, 2012 at Stephen F. Austin *Apr 21, 2012 Western Kentucky *Apr 21, 2012 Western Kentucky *Apr 22, 2012 Western Kentucky *Apr 24, 2012 Florida Atlantic *Apr 24, 2012 Florida Atlantic *Apr 25, 2012 Florida Atlantic *May 05, 2012 at UL-Lafayette-1 *May 05, 2012 at UL-Lafayette-2 *May 06, 2012 at UL-Lafayette $May 09, 2012 vs. South Alabama $May 10, 2012 vs. Troy $May 11, 2012 vs. Western Kentucky

Score

7-6 (9) 3-11 10-0 4-8 12-3 6-2 0-9 0-2 0-13 7-6 2-1 (8) 5-4 6-2 0-2 1-3 9-0 8-3 8-2 5-4 (8) 1-2 (8) 2-7 1-9 3-4 2-1 (8) 5-3 0-4 4-6 8-2 7-4 0-8 5-8 0-4 0-5 1-6 2-1 2-1 1-4 5-2 3-1 (8) 1-4 1-4 1-0 8-3 4-3 (8) 3-6 4-2 3-8 4-11 0-6 10-4 3-5

Record Sun Belt Pitcher of Record Attend. Time

1-0-0 1-1-0 2-1-0 2-2-0 3-2-0 4-2-0 4-3-0 4-4-0 4-5-0 5-5-0 6-5-0 7-5-0 8-5-0 8-6-0 8-7-0 9-7-0 10-7-0 11-7-0 12-7-0 12-8-0 12-9-0 12-10-0 12-11-0 13-11-0 14-11-0 14-12-0 14-13-0 15-13-0 16-13-0 16-14-0 16-15-0 16-16-0 16-17-0 16-18-0 17-18-0 18-18-0 18-19-0 19-19-0 20-19-0 20-20-0 20-21-0 21-21-0 22-21-0 23-21-0 23-22-0 * 24-22-0 24-23-0 24-24-0 24-25-0 25-25-0 25-26-0

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 0-0-0 0-1-0 0-2-0 0-3-0 0-4-0 1-4-0 2-4-0 2-5-0 2-6-0 3-6-0 3-6-0 3-7-0 3-8-0 3-9-0 3-9-0 3-9-0 4-9-0 5-9-0 5-10-0 5-10-0 5-10-0 5-11-0 5-12-0 6-12-0 7-12-0 8-12-0 8-13-0 9-13-0 9-14-0 9-15-0 9-15-0 9-15-0 9-15-0

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Hamby (W 1-0) Wilson (L 0-1) Hamby (W 2-0) Routzon (L 0-1) Wilson (W 1-1) Routzon (W 1-1) Hamby (L 2-1) Hamby (L) Routzon (L) Wilson (W 2-1) Routzon (W 2-2) Wilson (W 3-1) Wilson (W 3-1) Routzon (L 2-3) Routzon (L 2-4) Hamby (W 3-2) Wilson (W 5-1) Routzon (W 3-4) Wilson (W 6-1) Routzon (L 3-5) Wilson (L 6-2) Routzon (L 3-6) Routzon (L 3-7) Hamby (W 4-2) Wilson (W 7-2) Routzon (L 3-8) Chastka (L 0-1) Wilson (W 8-2) Wilson (W 9-2) Routzon (L 3-9) Chastka (L 0-2) Hamby (L 4-3) Wilson (L 9-3) Hamby (L 4-4) Hamby (W 5-3) Wilson (W 10-3) Hamby (L 5-4) Routzon (W 4-9) Wilson (W 11-3) Wilson (L 11-4) Wilson (L 11-5) Wilson (W 12-5) Hamby (W 6-5) Wilson (W 13-5) Wilson (L 13-6) Hamby (W 7-5) Wilson (L 13-7) Chastka (L 0-3) Hamby (L 7-6) Chastka (W 1-3) Wilson (L 13-8)

358 368 303 303 386 287 486 339 521 114 89 210 88 78 127 87 146 131 130 354 326 355 251 243 176 183 193 189 113 - 265 239 111 111 - 364 133 101 103 - 196 176 - 964 207 - 1529 1101 - - -

2:25 2:00 2:19 1:58 1:58 1:57 1:38 1:50 1:34 2:20 1:54 2:08 1:45 1:50 1:52 1:06 2:02 1:36 2:36 2:42 1:47 1:55 2:11 1:59 2:01 1:47 1:54 1:48 2:04 1:26 2:22 1:48 1:18 1:44 1:52 1:52 2:03 1:44 2:23 2:05 1:55 1:46 1:45 2:05 2:01 1:46 2:21 2:16 2:18 2:15 1:45


2012 Final Statistics 2012 Hitting and Fielding Statistics Player Wainwright, Karli Salanoa, Janel Navarrete, Miyuki Cacioppo, Alexis Pastor, Charlotte McCall, Haley Cassel, Roxy Girardi, Katie Boening, Kayla DiMattia, Elena Miller, Mackenzie Wilson, Haylie Routzon, Steph Chastka, Jessica Totals Opponents

avg .388 .308 .291 .273 .244 .233 .227 .226 .217 .197 .181 .071 .000 .000 .246 .284

gp-gs ab r 15-14 49 10 48-47 143 24 50-49 141 28 51-51 143 27 47-44 127 18 50-50 146 16 51-51 128 16 22-5 31 3 51-51 138 16 49-41 117 12 51-51 127 17 9-6 14 0 2-1 1 0 1-0 0 0 51 1305 187 51 1350 219

h 19 44 41 39 31 34 29 7 30 23 23 1 0 0 321 384

2b 1 6 8 8 1 14 7 1 3 1 8 1 0 0 59 65

3b 2 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 6 6

hr rbi tb slg% bb hp so gdp ob% sf 0 1 24 . 490 1 1 7 0 .412 0 5 26 67 . 469 15 1 12 1 .375 1 3 19 58 . 411 13 4 23 0 .363 2 6 26 65 . 455 22 2 24 0 .377 0 0 8 32 . 252 11 1 22 0 .309 0 1 20 53 . 363 8 0 32 0 .273 0 2 21 42 . 328 31 1 23 0 .377 2 2 8 14 . 452 2 0 12 0 .273 0 0 10 37 . 268 17 2 25 0 .312 0 0 3 24 . 205 8 2 29 0 .260 0 0 10 31 . 244 12 1 42 0 .257 0 0 1 2 . 143 2 0 5 0 .188 0 0 0 0 . 000 0 0 1 0 .000 0 0 0 0 . 000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 19 153 449 . 344 142 15 257 1 .326 5 28 193 545 . 404 141 26 163 2 .361 9

sh sb-att po a e fld% 0 5-8 9 0 1 .900 0 16-17 311 20 2 .994 7 30-32 109 75 8 .958 3 5-7 67 114 12 .938 4 5-6 41 15 1 .982 3 12-13 59 4 4 .940 2 4-5 179 27 2 .990 0 0-0 0 0 0 .000 0 11-18 67 79 12 .924 6 6-8 58 3 3 .953 6 10-10 85 9 2 .979 0 1-1 15 27 1 .977 0 0-0 1 18 2 .905 0 0-0 1 13 2 .875 31 105-125 1004 416 53 .964 31 44-56 1019 444 67 .956

2012 Pitching Statistics Player era Wilson, Haylie 3.65 Hamby, Samantha 3.72 Routzon, Stephanie 4.01 Chastka, Jessica 4.61 Totals 3.82 Opponents 2.74

w-l app gs cg sho sv ip h r er bb so 2b 3b 13-8 34 17 13 1/0 0 147.2 179 88 77 34 65 31 2 7-6 24 19 6 2/0 0 86.2 78 55 46 70 51 12 2 4-9 18 14 4 0/0 0 73.1 92 53 42 31 32 18 2 1-3 13 1 0 0/0 0 27.1 35 23 18 6 15 4 0 25-26 51 51 23 3/0 0 335.0 384 219 183 141 163 65 6 26-2551 51 32 9/1 2 339.2 321 187 133 142 257 59 6

Alexis Cacioppo led the team in homeruns and tied for the lead in RBI.

hr 16 4 5 3 28 19

b/avg .298 .244 .296 .294 .284 .246

wp 4 2 0 3 9 18

hp bk fa 9 0 5 10 1 3 7 2 0 0 0 1 26 3 9 15 1 5

sha 14 11 5 1 31 31

Miyuki Navarrete was second on the 2012 team in assists and putouts, while also leading the team in runs.

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http://issuu.com/publications Batting Average (Min. 100 AB) Year Name 1980 Susie Albritton 1981 Bette Ward 1982 Faith Holman 1983 Allison Nevils 1984 Theresa Sims 1985 Millie George 1986 Shelly Monroe 1987 Cathy Dryer 1988 Cathy Dryer 1989 Andi Rice 1990 Brenda Dawson 1991 Jackie Harris 1992 Brenda Dawson 1993 Jackie Harris 1994 Korine Gomez 1995 Stephanie Boles 1996 Stephanie Boles 1997 Ruth Dawson 1998 Ruth Dawson 1999 Lori Tande 2000 Lori Tande 2001 Lori Tande 2002 Casey Goodman 2003 Casey Goodman 2004 Nicole Bethurum 2005 Nicole Bethurum 2006 Heather Hanson 2007 Heather Hanson 2008 Brianna Love 2009 Brianna Love 2010 Brianna Love 2011 Brianna Love 2012 Janel Salanoa Home Runs Year Name 1980 Mona Mossbarger Janie Murphy 1981 Tammy Gascon 1982 Faith Holman 1983 Allison Nevils Faith Holman 1984 Kathy Aulds 1985 Kathy Aulds 1986 Shelly Monroe April Thompson 1987 April Thompson Sandy Sibley 1988 Cathy Dryer April Thompson Lisa King Wendy Hammons 1989 Toni Miranda Missy Spicer Stacy File 1990 Missy Spicer 1991 Kelly Burrows 1992 Brenda Dawson Kelly Burrows 1993 Jackie Harris 1994 Korine Gomez 1995 Danielle Maffetone 1996 Danielle Maffetone Michelle Clampitt 1997 Cori Scroggins 1998 Ann Clark 1999 Lori Tande 2000 Casey Goodman 2001 Lori Tande 2002 Lori Tande 2003 Casey Goodman 2004 Nicole Bethurum 2005 Heather Williams 2006 Lindsay Schafer 2007 Heather Williams

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Avg. .364 .427 .380 .273 .287 .244 .262 .276 .266 .286 .265 .342 .378 .340 .333 .362 .384 .338 .363 .347 .327 .363 .383 .382 .284 .282 .341 .344 .296 .378 .394 .381 .308 HR 1 1 6 7 1 1 3 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 4 2 3 4 4 1 1 9 10 10 14 13 4 11 12 13

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Leaders Year-by-Year Brianna Love Brianna Love Brianna Love Brianna Love Alexis Cacioppo

10 8 11 16 6

Runs Batted In Year Name RBI 1980 Mona Mossbarger 12 1981 Jeri Taylor 26 1982 Simmons Williams 26 1983 Wilanne Stewart 8 1984 Theresa Sims 27 1985 Kathy Aulds 23 1986 Shelly Monroe 27 1987 Cathy Dryer 19 1988 Cathy Dryer 26 1989 Andi Rice 35 1990 Missy Spicer 22 1991 Kelly Burrows 31 1992 Kelly Burrows 36 1993 Jackie Harris 16 1994 Korine Gomez 24 1995 Danielle Maffetone 29 1996 Stephanie Boles 26 1997 Autumn Holycross 22 1998 Stacy Silverthorn 26 1999 Lori Tande 38 2000 Casey Goodman 39 2001 Lori Tande 41 2002 Casey Goodman 29 2003 Casey Goodman 46 2004 Nicole Bethurum 23 Heather Williams 23 2005 Heather Williams 30 2006 Lindsay Schafer 34 2007 Heather Williams 45 2008 Brianna Love 28 2009 Brinna Love 26 2010 Roxy Cassel 29 2011 Roxy Cassel 44 2012 Alexis Cacioppo 26 Janel Salanoa 26 Earned Run Average (Min. 50 INN) Year Name ERA 1980 Mona Mossbarger 2.37 1981 Cathy Moore 5.02 1982 Kim Sexton 4.37 1983 Donna Jo Laffitte 1.73 1984 Theresa Sims 0.54 1985 Wilanne Stewart 1.24 1986 Wilanne Stewart 1.21 1987 Esther Avila 1.75 1988 Clara Arnold 1.85 1989 Judy Babcock 1.94 1990 Renee Perfrement 2.06 1991 Sharon Maxey 2.84 1992 Caroline Lauer 1.09 1993 Alisa Thomas 3.18 1994 Sarah Dawson 0.84 1995 Sarah Dawson 1.08 1996 Sarah Dawson 0.78 1997 Sarah Dawson 0.52 1998 Cori Scroggins 2.53 1999 Gena Lokken 2.86 2000 Ashley Bellew 2.23 2001 Annie Van Oosbree 2.00 2002 Annie Van Oosbree 3.10 2003 Ashley Bellew 2.88 2004 Nicole Bethurum 4.33 2005 Danielle Lahr 3.73 2006 Sammie Dillard 2.18 2007 Lindsay Rittenhouse 2.70 2008 Kandace Causey 2.49 2009 Kandace Causey 3.49 2010 Heather Fritz 1.55

2011 Tiffany Mills Pitching Wins Year Name 1980 Mona Mossbarger 1981 Cathy Malone 1982 Kim Sexton 1983 Wilanne Stewart 1984 Wilanne Stewart 1985 Delanie Pimental 1986 Wilanne Stewart 1987 Esther Avila 1988 Esther Avila Wendy Hammonds 1989 Wendy Hammonds 1990 Renee Perfrement 1991 Sharon Maxey 1992 Caroline Lauer 1993 Alisa Thomas 1994 Sarah Dawson 1995 Sarah Dawson 1996 Sarah Dawson 1997 Sarah Dawson 1998 Dena Brinson 1999 Annie Van Oosbree 2000 Annie Van Oosbree 2001 Annie Van Oosbree 2002 Annie Van Oosbree 2003 Ashley Bellew Sarah Freeman 2004 Nicole Bethurum 2005 Jennifer Braley Dannielle Lahr 2006 Sammie Dillard 2007 Lindsay Rittenhouse 2008 Kandace Causey 2009 Kandace Causey 2010 Kandace Causey 2011 Tiffany Mills 2012 Haylie Wilson Strikeouts Year Name 1980 Mona Mossbarger 1981 Jeri Taylor 1982 Kathy Aulds 1983 Wilanne Stewart 1984 Wilanne Stewart 1985 Wilanne Stewart 1986 Wilanne Stewart 1987 Esther Avila 1988 Esther Avila 1989 Judy Babcock 1990 Renee Perfrement 1991 Sharon Maxey 1992 Caroline Lauer 1993 Alisa Thomas 1994 Sarah Dawson 1995 Sarah Dawson 1996 Sarah Dawson 1997 Sarah Dawson` 1998 Arica Henry 1999 Annie Van Oosbree 2000 Annie Van Oosbree 2001 Annie Van Oosbree 2002 Annie Van Oosbree 2003 Sarah Freeman 2004 Nicole Bethurum 2005 Jennifer Braley 2006 Sammie Dillard 2007 Lindsay Rittenhouse 2008 Kandace Causey 2009 Kandace Causey 2010 Kandace Causey 2011 Tiffany Mills 2012 Haylie Wilson

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3.23 Wins 5 10 5 6 23 15 11 11 9 9 12 7 11 29 12 27 27 21 45 9 13 16 20 12 7 7 8 5 5 14 15 13 11 10 13 13 Ks 44 47 37 46 102 104 81 54 53 42 43 56 214 78 290 306 238 446 76 103 133 158 168 120 82 106 102 229 176 178 133 108 65

In 2011, Brianna Love broke multiple program records including singleseason (16) and career home runs (45).

Roxy Cassel led in RBIs the past two seasons and was three shy of tying the all-time single-season record with 44

Heather Williams (2003-07) led ULM three times in RBI and in home runs during the 2005 season with 11.


Leaders Team/Individual Records TEAM SEASON RECORDS Most Games Most Victories Fewest Victories Fewest Defeats Most Consecutive Wins Most Consecutive Losses Best Record Best Batting Avg. Best Earned Run Avg. Best Fielding Percentage Most Runs Scored Most Hits Most Home Runs Most Shutouts Most ULM Batters Walked Most Strikeouts Most Complete Games Most Saves

INDIVIDUAL SEASON RECORDS 74, 1992 45, 1997 7, 1980 7, 1980 22, 1997 13, 1986 47-12 (.797), 1997 .284, 1981 0.65,1997 .969, 2001 264, 2011 427, 2007 39, 2006/2007 33, 1997 215, 1981 451, 1997 53, 1996 8, 2006

INDIVIDUAL CAREER RECORDS Highest Batting Avg. Most Runs Scored Most Hits Most RBI Most Doubles Most Triples Most Home Runs Most Total Bases Most Sacrifices Most Stolen Bases Most Base on Balls Lowest ERA Best Winning Percentage Most Victories Most Shutouts Most Strikeouts Most Games Pitched Most Starts Most Inn. Pitched Complete Games Most Saves

.360, Brianna Love (08-11) 165, Brianna Love (08-11) 242, Lori Tande (99-02) 147, Casey Goodman (00-03) 49, Lori Tande (99-02) 14, Brianna Love (08-11) 14, Kristen Baker (02-05) 45, Brianna Love (08-11) 501, Lori Tande (99-02) 38, Kristy Dietz (98-01) 83, Amy Pezdek (96-98) 127, Brianna Love (08-11) 0.69, Sarah Dawson (94-97) .681, Sarah Dawson (94-97) 120, Sarah Dawson (94-97) 74, Sarah Dawson (94-97) 1280, Sarah Dawson (94-97) 187, Sarah Dawson (94-97) 173, Sarah Dawson (94-97) 12421/3, Sarah Dawson (94-97) 151, Sarah Dawson (94-97) 9, Lindsay Rittenhouse (05-08)

Highest Batting Avg. Most Runs Scored Most Hits Most Doubles Most Triples Most Home Runs Most RBI Most Stolen Bases Most At-Bats Most Sacrifices Most Sacrifice Flies Most Walks Hit by Pitch Most Games Played Most Games Pitched Most Victories Most Losses Most Saves Lowest ERA Best Win % Most Inn. Pitched Most Games Started Complete Games Most Shutouts Most Strikeouts Relief Appearances Most No-Hit Games

.427, Bette Ward (1981) 61, Brianna Love (2011) 76, Brenda Dawson (1992) 20, Michelle Clampitt (1996) 7, Faith Holman (1982) 7, Bette Ward (1982) 16, Brianna Love (2011) 46, Casey Goodman (2003) 49, Brenda Dawson (1992) 210, Andi Rice (1989) 22, Michelle Spanos (1985) 4, Janel Salanoa (2011) 4, Shelly Monroe (1986) 4, Bette Ward (1981) 47, Brianna Love (2011) 20, Kristy Dietz (1999) 74, Jackie Harris (1992) 61, Caroline Lauer (1992) 45, Sarah Dawson (1997) 24, Sharon Maxey (1990) 6, Lindsay Rittenhouse (2006) 0.52, Sarah Dawson (1997) .818, (45-10) Sarah Dawson (1997) 400 2/3, Sarah Dawson (1997) 54, Sarah Dawson (1997) 50, Sarah Dawson (1997) 31, Sarah Dawson (1997) 446, Sarah Dawson (1997) 28, Lindsay Rittenhouse (2006) 3, Sarah Dawson (1997) 3, Theresa Sims (1984)

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Top Ten Lists Hitting SINGLE SEASON LEADERS

CAREER LEADERS

Batting Average Name...........................Avg...........AB-H........ Year 1. Faith Holman................... .438............96-42......... 1982 2. Bette Ward........................ .427............68-29......... 1981 3. Brianna Love.................... .394.......... 137-54........ 2010 4. Stephanie Boles.............. .384.......... 159-61........ 1996 5. Casey Goodman............. .383.......... 141-54........ 2002 6. Casey Goodman............. .382.......... 123-47........ 2003 7. Brianna Love.................... .381.......... 155-59........ 2011 8. Brenda Dawson............... .378.......... 201-76........ 1992 Brianna Love.................... .378.......... 143-54........ 2009 10. Sue Steadman................. .367............87-32......... 1981

Batting Average (Min. 150 ABs) Name.......................... Avg........ H-AB............... Years 1. Brianna Love............. .360.......215-597...........2008-11 2. Faith Holman............ .356........ 63-177............1981-82 3. Bette Ward................. .353........ 59-167............1981-82 4. Lori Tande................... .342.......242-706...........1999-02 5. Stephanie Boles....... .335.......233-695...........1994-97 6. Casey Goodman...... .328.......190-580...........2000-03 7. Jacke Harris................ .320.......171-534...........1991-93 8. Ruth Dawson............ .317.......191-602...........1995-98 9. Janel Salanoa....... .306.... 140-458... 2010-pres. 10. Michelle Clampitt.... .305........ 96-314............1995-96

Home Runs Name......................... HR (G)...... At Bats...... Year 1. Brianna Love..................16 (55)............155........... 2011 2. Lori Tande........................14 (52)............165........... 2002 3. Casey Goodman...........13 (47)............123........... 2003 Heather Williams..........13 (60)............171........... 2007 5. Lindsay Schafer.............12 (56)............162........... 2006 6. Heather Williams..........11 (59)............168........... 2005 Brianna Love..................11 (50)............137........... 2010 8. Casey Goodman...........10 (55)............159........... 2000 Lori Tande........................10 (53)............171........... 2001 Brianna Love..................10 (58)............162........... 2008

Home Runs Name...................... HR.......... AB.................Years 1. Brianna Love...............45............ 597...............2008-11 2. Lori Tande.....................41............ 706...............1999-02 3. Casey Goodman........37............ 580...............2000-03 4. Heather Williams.......34............ 674...............2004-07 5. Lindsay Schafer..........21............ 470...............2003-06 6. Megan Miller...............20............ 442...............2006-09 7. Lindsey Taylor.............16............ 497...............2005-07 Janel Salanoa.........16..........458....... 2010-pres. 8 Faith Holman............... 8.............. 177...............1982-83 9. Danielle Maffetone.... 7.............. 338...............1995-96 Nicole Bethurum........ 7.............. 533...............2004-06

Doubles Name..........................2B (G)...... At Bats...... Year 1. Michelle Clampitt.........20 (54)............145........... 1996 2. Lori Tande........................19 (53)............171........... 2001 3. Andi Rice.........................15 (63)............210........... 1989 Lori Tande........................15 (55)............171........... 2000 5. Danielle Maffetone......14 (58)............173........... 1995 Jenny Buller....................14 (53)............156........... 2001 Casey Goodman...........14 (53)............157........... 2001 Jamie Liles.......................14 (60)............205........... 2007 Haley McCall................... 14(51)...........146.............2012 9. Heather Williams..........13 (57)............167........... 2006

Lori Tande (1999-2002) is ULM’s career leader in doubles, along with a second place ranking in RBI and home runs.

Doubles Name.....................G-2B.....At Bats.............Years 1. Lori Tande.....................49............ 706...............1999-02 2. Heather Williams.......42............ 674...............2004-07 3. Casey Goodman........37............ 580...............2000-03 4. Brianna Love...............36............ 597...............2008-11 5. Jenny Buller.................31............ 579...............1999-02 6. Jackie Harris................29............ 534...............1991-93 7. Michelle Clampitt......28............ 314...............1995-96 8. Lindsay Schafer..........27............ 470...............2003-06 9. Kristy Dietz...................25............ 616...............1998-01 Nicole Bethurum.......25............ 533...............2004-06

Runs Batted In Name......................... RBI (G)...... At Bats...... Year 1. Casey Goodman...........46 (47)............123........... 2003 2. Heather Williams..........45 (60)............171........... 2007 3. Roxy Cassel.....................44 (55)............160........... 2011 4. Lori Tande........................41 (53)............171........... 2001 5. Casey Goodman...........39 (55)............159........... 2000 6. Lori Tande........................38 (64)............199........... 1999 Lindsey Taylor................38 (62)............187........... 2007 8. Kelly Burrows.................36 (70)............193........... 1992 9. Andi Rice.........................35 (63)............210........... 1989 10. Lindsay Schafer.............34 (56)............162........... 2006

Brianna Love set several records during her Runs Batted In tenure from 2008-11, including all-time career Name...................... RBI......At Bats.............Years batting average (.360) and career home runs 1. Casey Goodman.......147........... 580...............2000-03 (45) while ranking fourth in RBIs and doubles. 2. Lori Tande....................132........... 706...............1999-02 3. Heather Williams......130........... 674...............2004-07 4. Brianna Love..............119........... 597...............2008-11 5. Janel Salanoa.........92..........458....... 2010-pres. 6. Stephanie Boles.........79............ 695...............1994-97 Lindsey Taylor.............79............ 497...............2005-07 Roxy Cassel..................79............ 409...............2009-12 9. Nicole Bethurum.......69............ 533...............2004-06 10. Kelly Burrows..............67............ 347...............1991-92

Stolen Bases Name............................. G..........SB-SBA...... Year 1. Brenda Dawson................. 66..............49-52......... 1992 2. Ruth Dawson..................... 59..............44-50......... 1998 3. Amy Pezdek........................ 57..............41-41......... 1998 4. Kristy Dietz.......................... 61..............36-44......... 1999 5. Amy Pezdek........................ 57..............30-38......... 1997 5. Miyuki Navarette..........51.......... 30-32...... 2012 6. Lori Tande............................ 64..............29-33......... 1999 7. Brianna Love...................... 55..............27-32......... 2011 8. Jackie Harris....................... 74..............22-27......... 1992 9. Jackie Harris....................... 45..............21-25......... 1993 Kristen Baker...................... 50..............21-26......... 2005

Stolen Bases Name........................G........SB-SBA.............Years 1. Amy Pezdek................165......... 83-92.............1996-98 2. Brenda Dawson.........209......... 81-85.............1989-92 3. Ruth Dawson.............192......... 80-98.............1995-98 4. Kristy Dietz..................224......... 73-94.............1998-01 5. Lori Tande....................224......... 63-73.............1999-02 Brianna Love..............215......... 63-77.............2008-11 7. Kristen Baker..............210......... 57-68.............2002-05 8. Jackie Harris...............177......... 52-70.............1991-93 Brenda Dawson (1989-92) was a force on the 9. Miyuki Navarette...117....... 45-52..... 2011-pres. base paths, stealing a single-season record 66 bases and is second all-time in ULM 10. Stacy Silverthorn......217......... 37-54.............1995-98 history with 81 steals.

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The Warhawks all-time leader in many pitching categories, Sarah Dawson still ranks amongst the nation’s elite in wins, strikeouts and ERA. She is also ULM’s only softball All-American.

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Wins Name............................... W-L.........Pct........ Year 1. Sarah Dawson......................45-10.......818............ 1997 2. Caroline Lauer.....................29-23.......558............ 1992 3. Sarah Dawson......................27-16.......628............ 1995 Sarah Dawson......................27-19.......587............ 1994 5. Wilanne Stewart.................23-18.......561............ 1984 6. Sarah Dawson......................21-11.......656............ 1996 7. Annie Van Oosbree.............20-9........690............ 2001 8. Annie VanOosbree.............16-13.......551............ 2000 9. Lindsay Rittenhouse..........15-19.......441............ 2007 Delanie Pimentel................15-14.......517............ 1985

Wins Name..............................W-L.......... Pct.............Years 1. Sarah Dawson...................120-56..........682......... 1994-97 2. Annie VanOosbree........... 61-52...........540......... 1999-02 3. Wilanne Stewart................ 54-50...........519......... 1983-86 4. Kandace Causey................ 37-51...........421......... 2007-10 5. Lindsay Rittenhouse........ 30-57...........345......... 2005-08 6. Caroline Lauer................... 29-23...........558................1992 7. Sharon Maxey.................... 24-27...........471......... 1992-94 8. Wendy Hammons............. 21-18...........538......... 1988-89 9. Clara Arnold........................ 21-34...........381......... 1985-88 10. Esther Avila......................... 20-28...........417......... 1987-88

Saves Name..............................Saves................ Season 1. Lindsay Rittenhouse.............. 6.............................. 2006 2. Annie Van Oosbree................ 5.............................. 2001 3. Sarah Freeman........................ 4.............................. 2003 4. Wilanne Stewart..................... 3.............................. 1984 Clara Arnold............................. 3.............................. 1985 Sharon Maxey.......................... 3.............................. 1992 Heather Fritz............................ 3.............................. 2010 7. Donna Jo Laffitte.................... 2.............................. 1983 Toni Miranda............................ 2.............................. 1989 Pam Darden.............................. 2.............................. 1995 Lindsay Rittenhouse.............. 2.............................. 2007 Shanna Swillie......................... 2.............................. 2007 Kandace Causey...................... 2.............................. 2009

Saves Name............................ Saves...................... Season 1. Lindsay Rittenhouse.............9................................ 2005-08 2. Annie Van Oosbree...............6................................ 1999-02 3. Clara Arnold.............................5................................ 1985-88 Heather Fritz............................5................................ 2008-11 5. Pam Darden.............................4................................ 1993-95 6. Sharon Maxey.........................3................................ 1990-92 Wilanne Stewart.....................3................................ 1983-86 8. Donna Jo Laffitte...................2.......................................1983 Toni Miranda...........................2.......................................1989 Gena Lokken...........................2................................ 1999-01 Shanna Swillie........................2................................ 2005-08 Kandace Causey.....................2........................... 2007-2010

Earned Run Average (Min. 50 IP) Name............................... ERA.........W-L....... Year 1. Sarah Dawson....................... 0.52.........45-10....... 1997 2. Theresa Sims......................... 0.54.......... 11-3........ 1984 3. Wilanne Stewart.................. 0.61.........23-18....... 1984 4. Sarah Dawson....................... 0.78.........21-11....... 1996 5. Sarah Dawson....................... 0.84.........27-19....... 1994 6. Sarah Dawson....................... 1.08.........27-16....... 1995 7. Caroline Lauer...................... 1.09.........29-23....... 1992 Innings Pitched Name.................................IP...........W-L....... Year 1. Sarah Dawson......................400.2........45-10....... 1997 2. Caroline Lauer.....................338.2........29-23....... 1992 3. Sarah Dawson......................332.2........27-19....... 1994 4. Sarah Dawson......................284.2........27-16....... 1995 5. Wilanne Stewart.................252.0........23-18....... 1984 6. Lindsay Rittenhouse..........233.0........15-19....... 2007 7. Sarah Dawson......................224.1........21-11....... 1996 8. Alisa Thomas........................215.1........12-18....... 1993

Lindsay Rittenhouse (2005-08) held down the bullpen during her time as a Warhawk and compiled a ULMbest nine saves and the third-most strikeouts.

Strikeouts Name................................ K’s..........W-L....... Year 1. Sarah Dawson........................446..........45-10....... 1997 2. Sarah Dawson........................306..........27-16....... 1995 3. Sarah Dawson........................290..........27-19....... 1994 4. Sarah Dawson........................238..........21-11....... 1996 5. Lindsay Rittenhouse............229..........15-19....... 2007 6. Caroline Lauer.......................214..........29-23....... 1992 7. Kandace Causey....................178..........11-19....... 2009 8. Kandace Causey....................176..........13-13....... 2008 9. Annie Van Oosbree..............168..........12-14....... 2002 10. Annie Van Oosbree..............158........... 20-9........ 2001

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Earned Run Average (Min. 175 IP) Name..........................ERA..........ER/IP..............Years 1. Sarah Dawson................ 0.69......123/1242.1...... 1994-97 2. Caroline Lauer............... 1.09........ 41/338.2...............1992 3. Wilanne Stewart............ 1.15.......110/669.0....... 1983-86 4. Tonya Harley................... 1.33........ 34/178.2........ 1994-95 5. Delanie Pimentel.......... 1.72........ 50/202.2...............1985 6. Esther Avila..................... 1.92........ 93/339.0........ 1987-88 7. Wendy Hammons......... 2.11........ 79/261.1........ 1988-89 8. Sharon Maxey................ 2.34.......166/496.0....... 1990-92 Innings Pitched Name................................IP........ Record.........Years 1. Sarah Dawson................... 1242.1...... 120-56...... 1994-97 2. Wilanne Stewart.................669.0......... 54-50....... 1983-86 3. Annie Van Oosbree...........777.1......... 61-52....... 1999-02 4. Lindsay Rittenhouse.........584.1......... 30-57....... 2005-08 5. Kandace Causey.................535.0......... 37-51....... 2007-10 6. Sharon Maxey.....................496.0......... 24-51....... 1990-93 7. Clara Arnold.........................422.1......... 21-34....... 1985-88 8. Caroline Lauer....................339.0......... 29-23..............1992 9. Esther Avila..........................338.2......... 20-28....... 1987-88 Strikeouts Name...............................K’s............IP.............Years 1. Sarah Dawson.....................1280........ 1242.1...... 1994-97 2. Annie Van Oosbree............ 562...........777.1........ 1999-02 3. Kandace Causey.................. 531...........535.0........ 2007-10 4. Lindsay Rittenhouse.......... 517...........584.1........ 2005-08 5. Wilanne Stewart.................. 333...........669.0........ 1983-86 6. Caroline Lauer..................... 214...........339.0...............1992 7. Tiffany Mills........................... 203...........295.0........ 2010-11 8. Ashley Bellew....................... 199...........363.3........ 2000-03 9. Heather Fritz......................... 135...........191.1........ 2008-11 10. Taylor Call.............................. 108...........171.0........ 2006-07

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History and Tradition During the 33-year history of the ULM softball program, individuals have been recognized for their outstanding efforts on and off the field. In total, athletes from ULM have totaled more than 80 All-Conference honors for their play 1984 on the field and more than 70 academic awards. Included in these honors are recognition for being amongst the best First Team Allison Nevils 2B players in the state of Louisiana, ULM’s conference and the team’s region. In 2008, the Warhawks had two freshman Millie George SS Kathy Aulds OF named honorable mention All-Louisiana. Stewart P The 1997 season alone saw six members of the team named to the All-Southland Conference Team, nine players Wilanne Second Team named to the Commissioner’s Honor Role, and three named to the Academic All-Conference team. ULM’s Sarah Theresa Sims 3B/P Kelly Vickers DH Dawson also claimed the league’s Pitcher and Player of the Year Award while head coach Rosemary Holloway was 1985 named the league’s Coach of the Year. First Team Seven different Warhawks have earned a specialty player of the year award, led by five from Sarah Dawson. Lori Allison Nevils 2B Millie George SS Tande, the school and Southland Conference’s all-time leader in most offensive categories earned the Warhawks last Wilanne Stewart P Player of the Year award, pulling down the honor and the distinction as the league’s Hitter of the Year in the 2001 Second Team Mishelle Spanos OF season. Kathy Aulds OF ULM has had 10 individuals honored by the NFCA with All-South Region honors and two individuals named Delanie Pimental DH Shelly Monroe C Player of the Year by the Louisiana Sports Writers Association. In the 22 years that the Warhawks were a member of the Southland Conference, individuals earned a total of 1986 Second Team 85 All-Conference nods, 14 specialty awards including four Player of the Year and five Newcomer of the Year nods, Louise Bellon 2B 16 Southland Conference All-Tournament honors and 57 league academic honors. These players have helped the Mishelle Spanos OF Pam Johnson DH Warhawk softball program amass nearly 800 wins and average better than 24 victories per season. Wilanne Stewart P 1987 First Team April Thompson 3B ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICAN Second Team Brenda Dawson, 1992 Second Team Dawn Pederson C Jackie Harris, 1992 Third Team Esther Avila P Jackie Harris, 1993 Third Team 1988 Second Team ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT Cathy Dryer 1B Connie Coleman, 2002 Second Team April Thompson 3B NCAA ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM Esther Avila OF/P Melinda Ubias DP Sarah Dawson, 1997 Amy Pezdek, 1997 1989 First Team LADA PLAYER OF THE YEAR Toni Miranda 3B Sarah Dawson, 1997 Second Team Brenda Dawson 2B SAN DIEGO AMATEUR ATHLETE Staci File DP HALL OF FAME 1990 Sarah Dawson, 1996 Second Team Brenda Dawson 2B ALL-LOUISIANA Brianna Love, Molly McNeill, 2008 1991 Brianna Love, 2009 First Team Brianna Love, Roxy Cassel, 2010 Jackie Harris OF Brianna Love, Janel Salanoa, 2011 Janel Salanoa, 2012 1992 First Team Caroline Lauer P Brenda Dawson 2B Jackie Harris OF Kelly Burrows OF Brenda Dawson, Lisa Deshotel Honorable Mention 1993 Caitlin Skelton. Lisa Deshotel 1996 1993 Ruth Dawson, Amy Pezdek First Team Sarah Desimone, Tonya Harley Jackie Harris OF Autumn Holycross Alicia McLaughlin DP 1997 1994 Ruth Dawson, Polly Hale First Team Amy Pezdek Sarah Dawson P 1998 Ruth Dawson, Kristy Dietz 1995 Polly Hale, Amy Pezdek First Team Cori Scroggins Sarah Dawson P 1999 Danielle Maffetone UT Kristy Dietz, Cori Scroggins Second Team 2000 Jenny Buller, Priscilla Camilang Michelle Clampitt DP Kristy Dietz, Katrina Emerick 1996 Gena Lokken, Cori Scroggins First Team 2001 Stephanie Boles 3B Ashley Bellew, Jenny Buller Sarah Dawson P Connie Coleman, Amy Dietz Second Team Kristy Dietz, Katrina Emerick Michelle Clampitt IF Hillary Hay Amy Pezdek OF 2002 Ashley Bellew, Jenny Buller 1997 Connie Coleman First Team 2009 Sarah Dawson P Brianna Love Autumn Holycross OF Second Team 2010 Stephanie Boles IF Brianna Love, Kandace Causey Ruth Dawson IF 2011 Honorable Mention Brianna Love Sarah DeSimone 2012 Amy Pezdek Janel Salanoa

All-American/All-State/Academic Awards NFCA ALL-AMERICA SCHOLAR ATHLETES 1991 Lisa Deshotel 1995 Autumn Holycross 2001 Gena Lokken, Hilary Hay, Katherine Garcia, Kristy Dietz, Constance Coleman 2002 Virginia Buller, Jenny Buller, Kristen Baker 2004 Loren Dixon, Heather Hanson 2005 Heather Hanson 2006 Heather Hanson, Nicole Bethurum, Samantha Dillard, Shanna Swillie NFCA ALL-AMERICAN Sarah Dawson, 1997 First Team NFCA ALL-SOUTH REGION Millie George, 1984 Second Team Kathy Aulds, 1984 Second Team

Shelly Monroe, 1986 Second Team Jackie Harris, 1993 Honorable Mention Sarah Dawson, 1994 Sarah Dawson, 1995 Second Team Danielle Maffetone, 1995 Honorable Mention Stephanie Boles, 1996 Sarah Dawson, 1997 First Team Casey Goodman, 2002 Second Team Brianna Love, 2009 Second Team Brianna Love, 2010 Second Team Brianna Love, 2011 First Team NCAA SOUTH REGION COACH OF THE YEAR Rosemary Holloway, 1997 LSWA PLAYER OF THE YEAR Brenda Dawson, 1992 Sarah Dawson, 1997 LSWA COACH OF THE YEAR Rosemary Holloway, 1997

Conference Specialty Awards Player of the Year Brenda Dawson, 1992 Sarah Dawson, 1994 Sarah Dawson, 1997 Lori Tande, 2001 Hitter of the Year Lori Tande, 2001 Pitcher of the Year Sarah Dawson, 1996 Sarah Dawson, 1997 Utility Player of the Year Katrina Emerick, 2000 Lori Tande, 2002 Newcomer of the Year Theresa Sims, 1984 Caroline Lauer, 1992 Sarah Dawson, 1994 Danielle Maffetone, 1995 Lori Tande, 1999 Coach of the Year Rosemary Holloway, 1997 All-Tournament Teams 1985 Allison Nevils, Mishelle Spanos Millie George, Wilanne Stewart 1986 Shelly Monroe, Dawn Pederson Wilanne Stewart, April Thompson 1988 Esther Avila

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1990 Brenda Dawson 1996 Michelle Clampitt, Ruth Dawson, Sarah Dawson 1997 Sarah Dawson, Autumn Holycross 1998 Stacey Silverthorn 2008 Kandace Causey, Megan Miller Molly McNeill Commissioner’s Honor Roll 1997 Sarah Dawson, Opal Hale Tonya Harley Autumn Holycross Stacey Miles, Kelly Chapman Sarah Desimone, Cori Scroggins Mackenzie Walker 1998 Sarah Desimone, Lauren Laravie 1999 Priscilla Camilang, Ann Clark Sarah Desimone, Katrina Emerick 2000 Virginia Buller, Lori Tande 2001 Virginia Buller, Priscilla Camilang, Gena Lokken All-Academic Teams 1990 Brenda Dawson 1991 Brenda Dawson, Lisa Deshotel 1992

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1998 First Team Ruth Dawson SS Amy Pezdek OF Honorable Mention Stacy Silverthorn 1999 First Team Kristy Dietz 2B Lori Tande SS Honorable Mention Priscilla Camilang Annie Van Oosbree 2000 First Team Lori Tande SS Casey Goodman C Second Team Jenny Buller OF Third Team Kristy Dietz 2B Ashley Bellew P Honorable Mention Katrinia Emerick 2001 First Team Lori Tande SS Casey Goodman C Second Team Jenny Buller OF Kathy Garcia OF Annie Van Oosbre P Third Team Kristy Dietz 2B 2002 First Team Lori Tande SS Casey Goodman C Honorable Mention Jenny Buller Annie Van Oosbre Kristen Baker 2003 First Team Casey Goodman C Third Team Kristen Baker OF Honorable Mention Leslie Venissat 2004 Third Team Kristen Baker OF Honorable Mention Amy Parker 2005 Honorable Mention Kristen Baker OF Nicole Bethurum SS 2006 Third Team Heather Williams C Honorable Mention Heather Hanson 2B Lindsay Schafer 3B Sammie Dillard P 2009 First Team Brianna Love OF 2010 First Team Brianna Love OF Second Team Roxy Cassel C 2011 First Team Brianna Love OF Second Team Jessica Olguin 2012 Second Team Janel Salanoa 1B


All-Time Letter Winners AAA Adams, Stacey Albritton, Susie Anderson, Alana Anding, Dawn: Arnold-Mays, Clara Aulds, Kathy Avila, Esther Ayala, Regina

1991 1980 1994 1995-97 1985-88 1982-84 1987-88 2011

BBB Babock (Hutchinson), Judy Baker, Calli Baker, Kristen Barham (Latino), Ellie Barr, Terri Baudoin, Victoria Beach, Lajaun Bellew, Ashley Bellon (Johnson), Louise Bennett (Williams), Amy Benson, Dana Bethurum, Nicole Biddle, Robin Bloomfield-Miles, Stacy Boening, Kayla Boles, Stephanie Bourgeois (Cobb), Stacy Braley, Jennifer Brassel, Brittany Brinson, Dena Bucci, Nancy Buckles (Wright), Carmen Buller, Jenny Burrows (Wenger), Kelly

1989-91 2005-08 2002-05 2003-05 1980 2007 1992-94 2000-03 1983-86 1986 1987 2004-06 2008-10 1996-97 2012- pres. 1994-97 1985 2005 2008 1998-99 1992 2004-07 1999-2002 1991-93

CCC Cacioppo, Alexis Calhoun, Debbie Call, Taylor Camilang, Priscilla Carriger, Sarah Case-Turnage, Lydia Cassel, Roxane Causey, Kandace Chamberlain (Whitaker), Lauren Chapman, Kelly Chastka, Jessica Chenowith, Tammy Clampitt, Michelle: Clark (Tompkins), Ann Cleveland, Connie Cleveland, Courtney Coleman, Connie Cope, Kelly Corriea, Megan Coss, Lauren Cox, Laura

2012-pres. 1981 2006-07 1998-2001 2009-11 1981 2009-12 2007-10 1983 1997 2009-12 1989 1995-96 1998-99 1986 2006-08 2000-03 1991 1999 1993 1991-93

DDD Darden, Erica Darden, Pam Dawson-Lewis, Brenda Dawson (Strauch), Ruth Dawson, Sarah Debarbieries, Linda Denovich, Tammy DeSimone, Sarah Deshotel-Ingraham, Lisa DiMattia, Elena Dickson, Debra Dietz-Carro, Amy Dietz-McCoy, Kristy Dillard, Sammie Dixon, Loren Dryer, Cathy Dufour, Kay

2006-09 1994-95 1989-92 1995-98 1994-97 1982 1989-90 1996-99 1990-93 2010-pres. 1983 2000-02 1998-2001 2006 2002-05 1987-89 1980

EEE Erwin, Connie Emerick, Katrinia

1981 1999-2001

FFF Farrell-Fink, Michelle Ferrell, Katie File (Guidry), Stacie Flanagan, Shannon Freeman, Sarah Fritz, Heather GGG Garcia, Kathy Gascon, Tammy George-Gilion, Millie Gillespie (Stevens), Beverly Girardi, Katie Gomez, Korine Goodman, Casey

2007-10 2004-05 1989 1987-88 2003-04 2008-11 1998-2001 1981 1983-85 1981-83 2009-12 1993-95 2000-03

Gordon (Letlow), Heather Guedry, Brandi Guimbellot, Lorrie Guillot, Pam

1992 1994 1985 1981

HHH Hale (Peterson), Polly Hamby, Samantha Hammit (Braud), Kelli Hammons, Wendy Hancock (Hall), Anna Hanson, Heather Harley (Dengler), Tonya Harp, Denise Harris, Jackie Hatten, Tessa Hay, Hilary Henderson (Charollet), Charlotte Henry, Arica Hill, Kay Hitzman, Dana Hollister, Stacey Hollister, Kelly Holman (Moss), Faith Holycross, Autumn Huey, Karen Hurst, Susan

1995-98 2012-pres. 1986 1988 2001-02 2004-07 1995-97 1983 1991-93 1981 2000-02 1980 1998 1991-93 1992 1984 1980 1981-82 1995-97 1989 2003-04

JJJ Jackson, Priss Johnson, Pamela Johnson, Regina Jones, Cori

1980 1986 1992 1992-94

KKK Keith, Jessica King, Anna King, Lisa

1998-00 2002 1988-89

LLL Laffitte, Donna Jo Laffitte, Mary Beth Lahr, Danielle Lange, Jennifer Lauer, Caroline Lavergne, Heather Liles, Jamie Lokken, Gena Love, Brianna

1983 1981 2004-05 1989 1992 2002 2004-08 1999-01 2008-11

MMM Maffetone, Danielle Malone, Cheryl Martin, Shannon Maxey (Thompson,) Sharon McAllister (Gallagher), Regina McCall, Haley McDannell, Christy McDuffie, Kim McKenny, Cheryl McLaughlin, Allie McNeill, Molly Medintz, Jackie Miller, Mackenzie Miller, Megan Mills, Tiffany Miranda, Toni Monroe-Sampson, Shelly Morace (Cole), Chassidy Mosley, Tiffany Mossbarger, Mona Murray, Erin Myers, Melanie

1995-96 1981 1994 1990-92 1989 2012-pres. 2008 1985 1982-85 1993-95 2008-09 2006 2012-pres. 2006-09 2009-11 1989 1984-85 1993 1997 1980 2002 1981

NNN Navarrete, Miyuki Nevils (Dunavant), Allison

2011-pres. 1983-86

OOO Olguin, Jessica Olson, Carly Olson, Lorry Overturf, Lindsay

2008-11 2002-03 1987 2006

PPP Palma, Ashley Palmer, Lynn Parker, Amy Parriera, Julie Parvino, Cheri Pastor, Charlotte Pederson (Satterfield), Dawn Pellegrin, Stacy Pezdek (Carmickle), Amy Piercy-King, Cheryl Pierkowski, Leslie Pimentel, Delanie Prefrement (Schuch), Renee

2002-03 1987 2004 1985 1980-82 2010-12 1984-87 1989 1996-98 1989 1981 1985 1990-93

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Pregeant (Shockley), Criss

1992

RRR Rachel, Christy Rainwater, Michelle Randolph, Mimi Renshaw, Taylor Rittenhouse (Becton), Lindsay Rice, Andi Riojas, Samantha Rivera, Melissa Roussel, Cary Routzon, Stephanie Rowland, Marcia Russell, Deianna

1981 1995-97 1999-01 2008-09 2005-08 1989 2011 2008-11 2006-08 2011-pres. 1981-82 2009-10

SSS Salanoa, Janel Sanders, Tina Santana, Lupe Sartoris, Amanda Schafer, Lindsay Schmeer, Jennifer Schnitzer, Rachel Schoonover, Shannon Scroggins (Smit), Cori Seals, Dana Seeber, Susie Sexton, Kim Sibley, Sandy Silmon, Tina Silverthorn (Wallace), Stacy Sims, Teresa Skelton, Caitlin Soder-Watts, Laureen Spanos, Mishelle Spicer, Missy Stark, Elyse Steadman (Robbins), Sue Steelman-King, Jodie Stewart, Wilanne Stringer (Ferris), Bianca Sullivan, Jennifer Surch (Vorath), Renee Swift, Sharon Swillie, Shanna

2010-pres. 1981 1981-82 2010 2003-06 1990 1991 1999 1997-00 1986 1982 1981 1987 1983 1995-98 1984-86 1990-93 1987-88 1985-86 1989-90 2008-09 1981 1990-94 1983-86 1993 1992 1986-88 1981 2005-08

TTT Tande-Bruscato, Lori Tate, Erica Taylor, Jerri Taylor, Lindsey Taylor, Mandy Tennyson, Lisa Thomas (Head), Alisa Thompson, Allison Thompson, April Trahan, Denise Turner, Belinda Tuggle, Courtney

1999-2002 1999 1981 2005-07 1995 1981 1993-95 2010 1985-88 1981 1980 2003-06

UUU Ubias, Melinda VVV Van Oosbree, Annie Venissat, Leslie Vickers, Kelly WWW Wade, Amber Waguespack, Christy Wainwright, Karli Walker, MacKenzie Ward, Betty West, Elise Whatley, Rachel White, Debra Wideman, Jessica Williams, Heather Williams, Simmons Williams, Teresa Williams, Sherry Willis, Lacey Wilson, Haylie Wright, Kristy ZZZ Zachary, Meredith

1988 1999-02 2003-04 1984 2006 2005-08 2012 1997 1981-84 2010-11 1992-95 1980 2008 2004-07 1981-82 1983 1989 2011 2012-pres. 1984-86 1991-92

Married name in (parentheses) Current players in bold italics.

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Results Year-by-Year Head Coach Lynette Caldwell 1980 (7-7) Louisiana Tech Louisiana Tech UL-Lafayette Stephen F. Austin Stephen F. Austin LSU-Alexandria LSU-Alexandria Northwestern State Northwestern State McNeese State (1)LSU (2)West Texas A&M (2)Texas A&M (2)Stephen F. Austin

W, 17-0 W, 13-2 W, 9-3 L, 0-16 L, 4-10 W, 7-0 W, 9-7 W, 4-0 L, 4-6 L, 4-7 L, 1-7 W, 9-4 L, 0-13 L, 3-5

Head Coach Cherri Walker 1981 (14-17) M10 Indiana State W, 11-7 M10 Indiana State L, 0-5 M12 Stephen F. Austin L, 4-7 M12 Stephen F. Austin L, 2-5 M13 New Orleans W, 7-4 M13 New Orleans W, 16-15 M16 Louisiana Tech L, 7-10 M16 Louisiana Tech L, 5-10 M20 at New Orleans L, 4-10 M20 at New Orleans W, 8-7 M21 at Nicholls State L, 7-9 M26 Northwestern State L, 3-7 M26 Northwestern State W, 14-5 M28 Nicholls State W, 6-5 M28 Nicholls State W, 10-9 A3 at LSU-Alexandria W, 10-2 A3 at LSU-Alexandria W, 7-0 A4 at UL-Lafayette L, 4-5 A4 at UL-Lafayette L, 2-10 A7 at Northwestern State L, 4-7 A7 at Northwestern State L, 4-6 A10 LSU-Alexandria L, 8-10 A10 LSU-Alexandria W, 11-6 A11 UL-Lafayette W, 13-4 A11 UL-Lafayette W, 9-4 A13 at Louisiana Tech L, 5-12 A13 at Louisiana Tech L, 3-9 A23 (1)New Orleans W, 4-3 A23 (1)Nicholls State L, 0-6 A24 (1)New Orleans W, 3-2 A24 (1)Nicholls State L, 2-15 1982 (10-22) Indiana State Indiana State UL-Lafayette UL-Lafayette Northwestern State Northwestern State Central Michigan Central Michigan Nicholls State Nicholls State Louisiana Tech Louisiana Tech McNeese State McNeese State LSU-Alexandria LSU-Alexandria UL-Lafayette UL-Lafayette McNeese State

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W, 3-2 W, 12-11 L, 7-8 W, 9-8 L, 3-4 L, 2-4 L, 0-14 L, 1-9 W, 10-9 L, 4-6 L, 0-16 L, 0-6 L, 2-4 L, 1-6 W, 19-2 W, 13-2 L, 1-14 L, 2-3 L, 2-4

McNeese State (3) Stephen F. Austin (3) West Texas A&M (3) Central Oklahoma (3) Midwestern State (3) Oklahoma City (3) UT-Arlington Northwestern State Northwestern State LSU-Alexandria LSU-Alexandria Louisiana Tech Louisiana Tech

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

Head Coach Thomas Avera 1983 (9-18/3-2 Southland North) M10 Indiana State L, 3-5 M10 Indiana State L, 0-1 M12 at Southern Miss W, 7-4 M12 at Southern Miss W, 4-1 M13 at Mississippi State W, 3-1 M13 at Mississippi State L, 3-4 M18 UL-Lafayette L, 0-1 M18 UL-Lafayette W, 3-2 A1 *UT-Arlington W, 2-1 A2 *UT-Arlington L, 0-3 A9 Nicholls State L, 0-4 A9 Nicholls State W, 1-0 A10 Southern Miss L, 2-3 A10 Southern Miss W, 3-2 A14 *at Arkansas State W, 9-4 A14 *at Arkansas State W, 8-7 A22 (3)Central Oklahoma L, 1-4 A22 (3)*Texas-Arlington L, 0-3 A23 (3)Stephen F. Austin L, 0-2 A23 (3)Oklahoma State L, 0-15 A23 (3)Texas Wesleyan L, 1-3 A25 Louisiana Tech L, 0-3 A25 Louisiana Tech L, 1-7 A26 at Louisiana Tech L, 1-2 A26 at Louisiana Tech L, 0-5 A29 (4)Lamar L, 2-4 A29 (4)UT-Arlington L, 0-3 Head Coach Dr. Mary Jo Murray 1984 (41-24-2/5-3 Southland North) M2 (5) Baylor L, 0-1 M2 (5) Northwestern L, 0-5 M3 (5) Lamar W, 2-1 M6 Florida State T, 0-0 (8) M9 at Lamar W, 2-0 M9 at Lamar W, 4-3 (8) M9 at Lamar W, 10-0 M9 at Lamar L, 1-3 M10 at UL-Lafayette W, 2-0 M10 at UL-Lafayette L, 2-4 M12 Central Michigan L, 0-2 M12 Central Michigan W, 4-1 M16 (6) Sam Houston State W, 5-0 M16 (6) Northwestern State W, 14-5 M17 (6) Northwestern State W, 5-0 M17 (6) Northwestern State W, 12-2 M17 (6) Nicholls State L, 12-0 M19 Lamar W, 2-0 M19 Lamar W, 6-4 M20 Louisiana Tech L, 0-4 M20 Louisiana Tech L, 0-2 M23 (7) Southern Miss W, 4-1 M23 (7) Michigan State W, 2-0 M23 (7) Grambling State W, 6-1 M24 (7) Nicholls State L, 1-3

M24 M24 M25 M25 M28 M28 M31 M31 A1 A1 A3 A3 A6 A6 A7 A7 A10 A10 A11 A11 A13 A13 A13 A13 A14 A14 A14 A15 A15 A17 A17 A18 A18 A27 A27 A27 A28 A28 A28 M1 M1

(7) Michigan State W, 5-3 (10) (7) Nicholls State L, 2-6 UL-Lafayette W, 2-0 UL-Lafayette L, 3-5 at Northwestern State L, 1-2 at Northwestern State W, 10-0 *Arkansas State W, 8-0 *Arkansas State W, 7-0 *Arkansas State W, 6-1 *Arkansas State W, 11-2 Grambling State W, 3-0 Grambling State W, 8-1 *at UT-Arlington L, 0-2 *at UT-Arlington L, 1-2 *at UT-Arlington W, 7-0 *at UT-Arlington L, 1-2 Mississippi State W, 3-2 Mississippi State W, 7-0 Northwestern State W, 1-0 Northwestern State W, 2-1 (3) Sam Houston State L, 1-2 (3) Central Oklahoma L, 0-1 (3) Oklahoma City W, 7-0 (3) Texas Wesleyan W, 3-2 (3) Sam Houston State L, 1-4 (3) Texas Tech W, 5-0 (3) Stephen F. Austin L, 0-1 Mississippi U. for Women W, 4-0 Mississippi U. for Women L, 2-3 at Louisiana Tech L, 0-1 at Louisiana Tech L, 1-2 at Grambling State W, 13-4 at Grambling State T, 4-4 (8) (8) Lamar W, 1-0 (8) Louisiana-Lafayette L, 1-2 (8) Arkansas State W, 11-3 (8) UT-Arlington W, 1-0 (8) McNeese State W, 2-0 (8) at UL-Lafayette L, 0-2 Baylor W, 1-0 Baylor W, 4-0

Head Coach Rosemary Holloway-Hill 1985 (34-32-1/7-5 Southland t3rd) SOUTHLAND TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS F20 (9) Toledo W, 1-0 (6) F20 (9) Baylor L, 2-3 F21 (9) Indiana L, 0-2 (6) F21 (9) South Carolina L, 0-3 (5) F22 (9) Saint Louis W, 5-0 (5) F22 (9) Sam Houston State L, 0-1 F25 at Northwestern State W, 4-2 F25 at Northwestern State L, 2-3 M4 Oklahoma City L, 0-1 M4 Oklahoma City W, 2-0 M6 at Louisiana Tech W, 2-0 M6 at Louisiana Tech L, 0-7 M8 (10) Grambling State W, 8-1 M8 (10) Florida State L, 0-1 M9 (10) Saginaw Valley W, 6-1 (6) M9 (10) Florida A&M W, 6-2 M12 Texas A&M L, 0-7 M12 Texas A&M L, 0-7 M12 at Grambling State W, 8-6 M12 at Grambling State W, 9-2 M13 Northwestern State L, 1-2 (13) M13 Northwestern State T, 1-1 M15 (11) Lamar W, 2-0 (8) M15 (11) Nicholls State W, 3-2 M15 (11) Northwestern State L, 2-3 M16 (11) Grambling State W, 9-4 M16 (11) McNeese State W, 3-2

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Results Year-by-Year Did you know: ULM’s longest losing streak in history is 13 games. The streak lasted from March 14- March 28 in 1986.

M19 M19 M21 M23 M23 M24 M24 M29 M29 M29 M30 M30 M30 M31 M31 M31 A6 A6 A7 A7 A9 A9 A11 A11 A13 A13 A14 A14 A16 A16 A18 A18 A19 A19 A23 A23 A26 A26 A26 A27 A27 A27 A27 M4 M4 M12 M12

Missouri State W, 4-1 Missouri State W, 2-0 Missouri L, 0-3 *at UT-Arlington W, 2-0 (8) *North Texas (at UTA) W, 11-0 (6) *at UT-Arlington W, 6-0 *North Texas (at UTA) W, 7-2 (12) Texas A&M L, 0-12 (5) (12) Missouri State L, 0-2 (12) Stanford L, 2-6 (12) Baylor W, 6-5 (9) (12) Utah L, 0-8 (12) South Florida L, 2-4 (12) New Mexico L, 0-15 (12) Louisiana Tech W, 2-1 (12) Florida State L, 1-10 *at Arkansas State W, 7-1 *McNeese State (at ASU) L, 1-3 *at Arkansas State W, 3-0 *McNeese State (at ASU) W, 6-4 Southern Miss W, 6-2 Southern Miss L, 0-5 Louisiana Tech L, 4-5 (12) Louisiana Tech L, 0-1 (9) *at Lamar L, 1-5 *UL-Lafayette (at LU) L, 2-4 *at Lamar L, 0-2 *UL-Lafayette (at LU) L, 0-1 at Southern Miss W, 6-5 at Southern Miss L, 3-7 Grambling State W, 4-2 Grambling State W, 6-4 Baylor L, 0-1 (8) Baylor W, 2-1 at Louisiana Tech W, 2-0 at Louisiana Tech L, 0-7 (13) North Texas W, 2-1 (13) UT-Arlington W, 2-1 (8) (13) UL-Lafayette L, 0-2 (13) North Texas W, 10-4 (13) UL-Lafayette W, 2-0 (13) UL-Lafayette W, 2-0 (13) UL-Lafayette W, 2-0 Oklahoma City L, 0-1 Oklahoma City W, 4-1 Texas A&M L, 0-7 Texas A&M L, 0-7

1986 (17-36/3-9 Southland - 6th) SOUTHLAND TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS F16 Creighton L, 1-3 F16 Creighton L, 0-4 F28 (14) Missouri L, 0-3 F28 (14) Nicholls State L, 0-10 M1 (14) Lamar W, 12-5 M5 at Northwestern State W, 6-0 M5 at Northwestern State L, 3-4 M7 (15) New Mexico W, 2-1 M7 (15) Arizona State W, 1-0 M8 (15) Western Michigan L, 4-5 M8 (15) Kansas L, 0-5 M9 (15) Metro State W, 2-1 M9 (15) Arizona L, 0-2 M13 (16) Central Michigan L, 0-2 M13 (16) Kansas State W, 1-0 M14 (16) Oklahoma L, 0-1 M14 (16) Illinois State L, 0-7 M15 (16) Wichita State L, 1-6 M20 at Grambling State L, 3-4 M20 at Grambling State L, 0-3 M22 *Lamar L, 1-2 M22 *UL-Lafayette L, 0-5 M23 *Lamar L, 2-6

M23 M27 M27 M28 M28 A2 A2 A5 A5 A6 A6 A8 A8 A10 A10 A12 A12 A13 A13 A19 A19 A25 A25 A26 A26 A26 M2 M2 M4 M4

*UL-Lafayette Louisiana Tech Louisiana Tech Indiana Indiana Northwestern State Northwestern State *McNeese State (at ASU) *at Arkansas State *McNeese State (at ASU) *at Arkansas State at Southern Miss at Southern Miss Grambling State Grambling State *at UT-Arlington *North Texas (at UTA) *at UT-Arlington *North Texas (at UTA) Nicholls State Nicholls State (17) Lamar (17) Texas-Arlington (17) UL-Lafayette (17) UL-Lafayette (17) UL-Lafayette Texas A&M Texas A&M at Louisiana Tech at Louisiana Tech

L, 0-3 L, 0-7 L, 0-9 L, 3-13 L, 0-9 W, 5-0 L, 1-3 W, 4-3 W, 5-0 L, 0-7 W, 6-0 W, 2-0 L, 2-4 W, 8-0 L, 3-4 L, 0-5 L, 0-1 L, 1-2 L, 0-2 W, 2-1 L, 2-8 W, 5-3 W, 2-0 W, 2-1 L, 2-4 W, 2-1 L, 0-4 L, 0-8 L, 0-3 L, 0-18

1987 (19-26/8-4 Southland) M5 (15) Western Michigan L, 1-2 M5 (15) Fresno State W, 2-0 M5 (15) Central Michigan L, 5-15 M6 (15) Nebraska L, 0-2 M6 (15) Metro State W, 3-0 M6 (15) Wichita State L, 0-3 M7 (15) Western Michigan L, 3-5 M12 (16) Central Michigan W, 3-2 M12 (16) Northern Illinois L, 2-6 M12 (16) Oklahoma State L, 0-5 M13 (16) Baylor L, 2-6 M13 (16) Texas A&M L, 0-7 M14 (16) Wichita State L, 2-5 M17 Southern Illinois W, 3-2 M21 *Arkansas State W, 6-1 M21 *Lamar W, 6-4 M22 *Arkansas State W, 6-4 M22 *Lamar W, 2-0 M25 Louisiana Tech L, 0-1 M25 Louisiana Tech L, 0-1 M27 (18) Missouri State W, 4-0 M28 (18) Wichita State W, 4-2 M29 (18) Iowa State L, 0-2 A2 Centenary W, 10-0 A2 Centenary W, 12-0 A4 *North Texas (at ULL) W, 8-1 A4 *at UL-Lafayette L, 0-2 A5 *North Texas (at ULL) W, 4-0 A5 *at UL-Lafayette L, 0-6 A7 at Stephen F. Austin W, 7-1 A7 at Stephen F. Austin L, 0-1 A11 *UT-Arlington (at MSU) L, 0-6 A11 *at McNeese State W, 6-5 A12 *UT-Arlington (at MSU) W, 4-3 (13) A12 *at McNeese State L, 2-5 A16 Nicholls State L, 1-2 A16 Nicholls State L, 0-11 A18 Texas A&M L, 0-3 A18 Texas A&M L, 0-4 A21 at Louisiana Tech L, 1-2 A21 at Louisiana Tech L, 5-7

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A24 A24 A24 A25

(19) Lamar (19) UL-Lafayette (19) North Texas (19) UT-Arlington

W, 9-1 L, 0-12 W, 5-0 L, 0-1

1988 (24-35/5-8 Southland) F20 Southern Miss W, 2-1 F20 Southern Miss W, 5-2 F23 at Centenary W, 6-0 F23 at Centenary W, 7-1 F27 Ball State L, 0-6 F27 Ball State L, 3-4 F28 Northwestern State W, 3-0 F28 Northwestern State W, 4-3 M3 (15) Minnesota L, 1-4 M3 (15) Arizona W, 2-1 M4 (15) Utah L, 3-5 M4 (15) Hawaii L, 2-3 M4 (15) Stephen F. Austin L, 2-4 M5 (15) Oklahoma L, 1-2 M10 (16) New Mexico W, 5-0 M10 (16) Texas State W, 2-0 M11 (16) Oklahoma State L, 1-2 M11 (16) Iowa W, 3-2 M11 (16) Indiana State W, 6-1 M12 (16) Indiana L, 0-10 M15 Oklahoma City L, 0-1 M15 Oklahoma City L, 0-1 M18 (20) Maine W, 1-0 M18 (20) Florida State L, 1-5 M19 (20) Northern Illinois L, 0-3 M19 (20) Miami (Ohio) W, 3-1 M19 (20) Florida A&M W, 10-0 M20 (20) Eastern Illinois L, 3-6 M29 Kent State L, 2-5 A1 Louisiana Tech L, 0-10 A2 Louisiana Tech L, 1-4 A5 at Nicholls State L, 0-1 A5 at Nicholls State L, 0-4 A7 UL-Lafayette L, 1-4 A7 UL-Lafayette L, 2-7 A9 *Texas State (at SHSU) L, 2-4 A9 *at Sam Houston State L, 2-3 A10 *Texas State (at SHSU) W, 2-1 A10 *at Sam Houston State L, 1-8 A12 *at Northwestern State L, 1-8 A12 *at Northwestern State W, 8-3 A13 Centenary L, 1-3 A13 Centenary L, 4-5 A16 *at UT-Arlington L, 0-2 A16 *North Texas (at UTA) W, 6-2 A17 *at UT-Arlington L, 0-1 A20 at UL-Lafayette L, 0-4 A20 at UL-Lafayette W, 3-2 A23 *at McNeese State L, 1-3 A23 *Stephen F. Austin (at MS) L, 1-2 A24 *at McNeese State W, 1-0 A24 *Stephen F. Austin (at MS) W, 3-0 A29 (21) Stephen F. Austin L, 0-1 A29 (21) North Texas W, 1-0 A29 (21) UT-Arlington W, 5-3 A29 (21) Texas State W, 3-0 A30 (21) Stephen F. Austin L, 0-3 M1 Nicholls State W, 6-3 M1 Nicholls State L, 0-5 1989 (27-36/5-7 Southland) F11 (22) West Florida F11 (22) West Florida F11 (22) Southeastern La. F11 (22) Southeastern La. F12 (22) Southern Miss F12 (22) Southern Miss

L, 0-8 L, 0-7 W, 4-3 W, 4-3 W, 9-1 W, 4-0

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Results Year-by-Year F19 F19 F25 F25 F25 F26 F26 M2 M2 M2 M3 M3 M3 M4 M10 M11 M11 M12 M14 M14 M16 M16 M16 M17 M17 M17 M18 M18 A2 A2 A4 A4 A5 A5 A8 A8 A9 A9 A11 A12 A12 A15 A15 A16 A16 A18 A18 A19 A19 A22 A22 A23 A23 A24 A24 A28 A28

Northwestern State L, 0-1 Northwestern State L, 5-7 (7) West Alabama W, 2-0 (7) Austin Peay W, 6-2 (7) Delta State W, 9-0 (7) Austin Peay W, 1-0 (7) Austin Peay W, 2-1 (15) Arizona State L, 0-4 (15) Oklahoma L, 1-2 (15) Minnesota L, 0-4 (15) New Mexico State L, 2-4 (15) Oregon L, 5-10 (15) Fresno State W, 2-0 (15) Arizona L, 3-11 (23) South Carolina L, 2-5 (23) Eastern Michigan W, 9-1 (23) Akron W, 11-4 (23) Arizona State L, 2-7 UL-Lafayette L, 1-8 UL-Lafayette L, 1-4 (24) Indiana State L, 5-9 (24) UL-Lafayette L, 1-6 (24) Southern Miss W, 12-6 (24) Nicholls State L, 3-5 (24) St. Mary’s (TX) W, 7-3 (24) Akron L, 3-7 (24) Sam Houston State L, 0-3 (24) Colorado State L, 1-12 at Nicholls State L, 4-6 at Nicholls State W, 4-2 Southern Miss W, 9-1 Southern Miss W, 2-1 at Centenary W, 4-0 at Centenary W, 6-0 *Sam Houston State (at TS) L, 0-3 *at Texas State W, 6-0 *Sam Houston State (at TS) L, 0-4 *at Texas State L, 0-3 at Louisiana Tech W, 2-1 at Louisiana Tech L, 2-7 at Louisiana Tech L, 2-10 *at Northwestern State L, 3-6 *UT-Arlington (at NSU) L, 1-2 (10) *UT-Arlington (at NSU) L, 1-3 *at Northwestern State W, 6-4 at UL-Lafayette L, 0-10 at UL-Lafayette W, 6-5 Centenary W, 7-1 Centenary L, 4-5 *Stephen F. Austin W, 5-3 *McNeese State W, 5-1 *Stephen F. Austin L, 0-1 *McNeese State W, 2-1 Nicholls State L, 0-3 Nicholls State L, 1-3 (25) Northwestern State L, 0-4 (25) Sam Houston State L, 1-5

1990 (18-48/5-7 Southland) F15 Southeastern La. F15 Southeastern La. F17 (7) Centenary F17 (7) Austin Peay F18 (7) Samford F18 (7) Southeastern La. F24 (26) Texas A&M F24 (26) UL-Lafayette F24 (26) Southern Miss F25 (26) Texas A&M F26 at Southeastern La. F26 at Southeastern La. F28 at Centenary

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

F28 M2 M2 M2 M3 M3 M3 M4 M5 M5 M10 M11 M11 M13 M13 M15 M15 M15 M16 M16 M16 M17 M20 M20 M23 M23 M31 M31 A1 A1 A4 A4 A7 A7 A8 A8 A11 A11 A12 A12 A13 A13 A13 A14 A16 A16 A18 A18 A22 A22 A27 A27 A27

at Centenary (12) Nebraska (12) UT-Arlington (12) Sam Houston State (12) Louisiana Tech (12) McNeese State (12) Louisiana Tech (12) Long Beach State Ball State Ball State Louisiana Tech Louisiana Tech Louisiana Tech *Texas State *Texas State (24) St. Mary’s (TX) (24) South Carolina (24) Southern Miss (24) Western Illinois (24) Sam Houston State (24) Creighton (24) Colorado State Nicholls State Nicholls State (27) Ball State (27) Northern Iowa at Nicholls State at Nicholls State *at McNeese State *at McNeese State *Northwestern State *Northwestern State *Sam Houston State *Sam Houston State UL-Lafayette UL-Lafayette *at Stephen F. Austin *at Stephen F. Austin *at UT-Arlington *at UT-Arlington (28) Arizona State (28) Texas A&M (28) UT-Arlington (28) Sam Houston State at UL-Lafayette at UL-Lafayette Centenary Centenary Texas A&M Texas A&M (29) Stephen F. Austin (29) McNeese State (29) Sam Houston State

1991 (22-37/4-18 Southland) F8 (22) Northwestern State F8 (22) Centenary F8 (22) Athens State F9 (22) Southern Miss F9 (22) West Florida F10 at Southeastern La. F10 at Southeastern La. F13 at Centenary F13 at Centenary F15 (30) Louisiana Tech F15 (30) Southern Miss F15 (30) Texas A&M F16 (30) Centenary F16 (30) Stephen F. Austin M1 (12) Texas A&M M1 (12) Minnesota M2 (12) Cal State Northridge

L, 1-3 L, 0-7 L, 0-11 L, 1-8 L, 0-10 W, 7-0 W, 2-1 L, 0-4 L, 0-1 W, 2-1 L, 1-6 L, 0-1 L, 0-3 W, 5-2 W, 3-0 W, 5-1 L, 1-9 W, 5-1 L, 3-14 L, 0-1 L, 0-5 L, 1-11 W, 3-2 L, 0-1 W, 2-1 L, 2-3 L, 2-6 L, 0-2 L, 5-6 W, 2-1 L, 1-2 W, 6-1 L, 4-6 L, 2-3 L, 0-7 L, 0-3 L, 1-8 L, 1-2 L, 1-2 W, 5-2 L, 0-17 L, 2-6 W, 3-1 L, 0-6 L, 1-3 L, 0-4 L, 1-3 W, 4-3 L, 1-4 L, 1-3 L, 0-5 W, 4-1 L, 3-4 L, 1-2 W, 2-1 W, 8-6 W, 9-0 W, 6-0 W, 4-2 L, 4-5 L, 2-3 L, 0-8 W, 3-2 W, 8-0 L, 1-3 W, 4-1 L, 0-1 L, 1-7 L, 0-7 L, 1-2

M2 M3 M3 M6 M6 M9 M9 M11 M11 M13 M13 M18 M18 M19 M19 M20 M20 M22 M22 M22 M23 M23 M27 M27 M29 M29 M30 M30 A1 A1 A2 A2 A4 A4 A9 A9 A17 A17 A27 A27 A28 A28

(12) Illinois State L, 0-6 (12) Penn State W, 6-1 (12) Central Michigan L, 1-4 at Delta State W, 3-0 at Delta State W, 14-3 at UL-Lafayette L, 1-9 at UL-Lafayette W, 6-4 *McNeese State W, 2-1 *McNeese State W, 6-2 *at Northwestern State L, 3-4 *at Northwestern State L, 1-5 Oklahoma City W, 3-2 Oklahoma City L, 4-7 *UT-Arlington W, 1-0 *UT-Arlington W, 6-0 *UT-Arlington L, 2-5 *UT-Arlington L, 3-4 (31) Eastern Illinois L, 1-2 (31) Oklahoma City L, 1-9 (31) Stephen F. Austin L, 1-4 (31) William Jewell W, 5-4 (31) Oklahoma City L, 0-7 *at Stephen F. Austin L, 1-6 *at Stephen F. Austin L, 2-10 *at Sam Houston State L, 1-5 *at Sam Houston State L, 4-5 *at Sam Houston State L, 3-4 *at Sam Houston State L, 0-1 *at Texas State L, 0-8 *at Texas State L, 5-8 *at Texas State L, 0-4 *at Texas State L, 2-7 Southeastern La. W, 1-0 Southeastern La. W, 2-1 *Northwestern State L, 4-6 *Northwestern State L, 0-4 Delta State W, 3-0 Delta State L, 0-5 *Stephen F. Austin L, 0-3 *Stephen F. Austin L, 0-4 at Louisiana Tech W, 2-1 at Louisiana Tech L, 0-1

1992 (39-35/18-10 Southland) NATIONAL INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS F7 (22) Mobile W, 3-0 F7 (22) Southeastern La. L, 0-1 F7 (22) Southern Miss W, 4-0 F8 (22) Southeastern La. W, 6-0 F8 (22) Northwestern State L, 1-2 F22 (30) Saint Louis W, 9-3 F22 (30) Texas A&M L, 0-1 F22 (30) Northwestern State L, 1-5 F23 (30) Stephen F. Austin W, 2-0 F23 (30) Texas A&M L, 0-3 F26 Southeastern La. L, 2-4 F26 Southeastern La. W, 5-1 F29 *at McNeese State W, 8-0 F29 *at McNeese State W, 7-6 M1 *at Nicholls State W, 1-0 M1 *at Nicholls State L, 1-3 M2 at Southeastern La. W, 3-0 M2 at Southeastern La. W, 8-3 M6 (12) Texas A&M L, 1-2 M6 (12) Illinois State L, 0-2 M6 (12) Louisiana Tech W, 1-0 M6 (12) Ohio State W, 7-5 M7 (12) Nebraska W, 1-0 M7 (12) Missouri L, 0-1 M7 (12) Minnesota L, 0-1 M7 (12) Northern Illinois W, 5-3

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Did you know: ULM’s largest margin of victory was 17 runs. They beat Louisiana Tech 17-0 in the first game in the program’s history in 1980.


Results Year-by-Year Did you know: ULM’s largest margin of defeat was 20 runs. They fell to UL-Lafayette on February 20, 2004.

M8 M10 M10 M16 M16 M17 M17 M20 M20 M20 M21 M22 M22 M25 M25 M28 M28 M31 M31 A3 A3 A4 A4 A11 A11 A12 A12 A14 A14 A17 A17 A17 A18 A18 A19 A22 A22 A25 A25 M1 M2 M17 M17 M17 M18 M18 M18 M19

(12) South Carolina L, 0-4 *at Northwestern State W, 3-0 *at Northwestern State L, 0-1 *Texas State W, 1-0 *Texas State L, 3-4 *Texas State W, 4-0 *Texas State W, 4-1 (24) Central Michigan L, 0-1 (24) UL-Lafayette L, 2-8 (24) St. Mary’s (TX) L, 3-6 (24) California L, 0-10 (24) UT-Arlington L, 1-2 (24) UTSA L, 1-2 *Nicholls State W, 3-1 *Nicholls State W, 1-0 *McNeese State W, 3-0 *McNeese State W, 3-2 *Stephen F. Austin W, 2-0 *Stephen F. Austin L, 4-5 *Sam Houston State L, 2-5 *Sam Houston State W, 5-2 *Sam Houston State L, 1-3 *Sam Houston State W, 2-0 *at UT-Arlington L, 0-1 *at UT-Arlington W, 5-1 *at UT-Arlington L, 3-4 *at UT-Arlington W, 3-1 *at Stephen F. Austin W, 4-3 *at Stephen F. Austin L, 0-8 (32) Nicholls State L, 2-3 (32) Tennessee Tech W, 4-0 (32) Samford W, 11-2 (32) Eastern Michigan L, 4-9 (32) Southeastern La. W, 10-7 (32) Nicholls State L, 0-8 *Northwestern State W, 2-0 *Northwestern State L, 1-6 UL-Lafayette L, 0-3 UL-Lafayette L, 0-8 at Louisiana Tech L, 1-4 at Louisiana Tech L, 1-2 (33) Coastal Carolina W, 10-3 (33) Notre Dame L, 0-1 (33) Western Illinois W, 3-1 (33) DePaul W, 7-3 (33) Eastern Illinois W, 2-0 (33) DePaul W, 2-1 (33) Princeton W, 3-0

1993 (14-30-1/9-12 Southland) F13 *Sam Houston State L, 5-9 F13 *Sam Houston State L, 2-4 F14 *Sam Houston State W, 2-0 F14 *Sam Houston State L, 1-3 F17 *at Northwestern State W, 9-0 F17 *at Northwestern State W, 3-1 F21 *at UTSA W, 5-4 F21 *at UTSA W, 8-4 F22 *at UTSA L, 3-4 F22 *at UTSA L, 0-8 F26 (30) Northwestern State W, 3-0 F26 (30) Centenary L, 1-5 F27 (30) Nicholls State T, 0-0 F27 (30) Southeastern La. L, 2-8 M5 (12) Nebraska L, 1-5 M5 (12) UTSA L, 0-5 M6 (12) Creighton L, 6-7 M6 (12) Sam Houston State L, 2-3 M7 (12) Texas A&M L, 0-6 M9 Louisiana Tech L, 1-5 M9 Louisiana Tech L, 0-5 M15 *Texas State L, 1-6

M16 M19 M19 M20 M20 M21 M27 M28 A3 A16 A16 A17 A17 A18 A18 A21 A21 A24 A24 A25 A25 A27 A27

*Texas State (20) Kent State (20) Rider (20) Connecticut (20) Northern Iowa (20) Furman *at UT-Arlington *at UT-Arlington *at McNeese State (32) Charlotte (32) Samford (32) South Carolina (32) Tennessee Tech (32) Texas-Arlington (32) McNeese State *Stephen F. Austin *Stephen F. Austin *at Nicholls State *at Nicholls State UL-Lafayette UL-Lafayette *McNeese State *McNeese State

W, 11-3 W, 2-1 L, 1-2 L, 0-2 L, 3-4 L, 3-4 L, 0-4 L, 1-2 W, 3-0 W, 2-0 W, 3-1 L, 3-13 L, 0-3 W, 8-6 L, 3-5 L, 5-7 W, 5-4 L, 0-6 W, 3-0 L, 0-3 L, 5-7 L, 0-2 L, 4-5

1994 (31-29/20-10 Southland) F13 *at McNeese State W, 1-0 F13 *at McNeese State L, 0-8 F14 at Southeastern La. W, 2-0 F14 at Southeastern La. L, 2-3 F17 *Northwestern State L, 0-1 F17 *Northwestern State W, 1-0 F20 at UL-Lafayette L, 0-1 F20 at UL-Lafayette L, 0-8 F24 *Nicholls State L, 1-4 F24 *Nicholls State L, 1-3 F25 (30) Nicholls State W, 1-0 F25 (30) Centenary W, 6-0 F25 (30) Southeastern La. L, 1-3 F26 (30) Oklahoma City L, 1-10 F26 (30) Stephen F. Austin W, 5-0 F26 (30) Tulsa L, 0-3 M3 (15) New Mexico State W, 7-0 M3 (15) Michigan State L, 3-4 M3 (15) Utah L, 2-8 M4 (15) Nebraska L, 0-10 M4 (15) Stanford W, 10-0 M4 (15) New Mexico State L, 3-4 M5 (15) New Mexico L, 4-5 M10 *McNeese State W, 1-0 M10 *McNeese State W, 2-0 M12 Evansville W, 1-0 M12 Evansville L, 0-1 M15 Louisiana Tech L, 0-2 M15 Louisiana Tech L, 0-5 M19 *UT-Arlington L, 0-1 M19 *UT-Arlington W, 2-0 M20 *UT-Arlington W, 4-0 M20 *UT-Arlington W, 1-0 M24 *at Texas State W, 2-1 M24 *at Texas State W, 2-0 M25 *at Texas State W, 1-0 M25 *at Texas State W, 7-0 M26 *at Sam Houston State W, 7-5 M26 *at Sam Houston State W, 2-0 M27 *at Sam Houston State W, 5-3 M27 *at Sam Houston State L, 0-1 M31 *at Stephen F. Austin W, 1-0 M31 *at Stephen F. Austin L, 0-1 A1 (34) Oklahoma L, 1-3 A1 (34) Tulsa L, 0-3 A1 (34) Texas A&M L, 0-7 A2 (34) Wichita State W, 6-4

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A8 A8 A22 A22 A23 A23 A24 A24 A28 A28

*Stephen F. Austin *Stephen F. Austin *UTSA *UTSA *UTSA *UTSA UL-Lafayette UL-Lafayette at Louisiana Tech at Louisiana Tech

W, 4-2 L, 0-1 W, 2-0 L, 1-3 L, 0-1 W, 4-2 L, 0-1 L, 0-3 W, 2-1 L, 1-7

1995 (34-23-1/21-9 Southland) F14 at Southeastern La. L, 0-4 F14 at Southeastern La. L, 3-4 F17 (3) Green Bay W, 5-0 F17 (3) Iowa State L, 0-2 F18 (3) Nebraska L, 2-4 F18 (3) Texas State W, 5-2 F19 (3) Minnesota L, 3-4 F22 *at Northwestern State W, 4-0 F22 *at Northwestern State W, 8-1 F24 (30) Centenary T, 1-1 F24 (30) Oklahoma City W, 1-0 F25 (30) Louisiana Tech L, 0-1 F27 *at McNeese State W, 5-3 F27 *at McNeese State W, 4-1 M2 (15) Wichita State L, 0-1 M2 (15) Washington L, 0-8 M2 (15) Southern Utah W, 8-0 M3 (15) Oklahoma L, 0-1 M3 (15) Nebraska W, 5-2 M3 (15) New Mexico State L, 2-3 M4 (15) Northwestern W, 5-2 M13 *Texas State W, 3-2 M13 *Texas State W, 3-0 M14 *Texas State L, 0-2 M14 *Texas State L, 2-3 M17 (28) Oklahoma City W, 1-0 M17 (28) Tulsa L, 0-3 M17 (28) Wichita State W, 3-0 M18 (28) Tulsa W, 2-0 M18 (28) Oklahoma City W, 1-0 M23 *Northwestern State W, 2-0 M23 *Northwestern State W, 4-0 M25 *Sam Houston State W, 2-0 M25 *Sam Houston State W, 3-0 M26 *Sam Houston State W, 1-0 M26 *Sam Houston State L, 0-3 M28 *Stephen F. Austin W, 7-0 M28 *Stephen F. Austin W, 5-2 A1 *at UT-Arlington W, 3-1 A1 *at UT-Arlington L, 2-3 A2 *at UT-Arlington W, 2-1 A2 *at UT-Arlington W, 3-0 A4 *McNeese State W, 7-6 A4 *McNeese State W, 6-5 A7 *Nicholls State L, 1-2 A7 *Nicholls State W, 10-2 A9 at UL-Lafayette L, 0-4 A9 at UL-Lafayette L, 0-1 A11 *at Stephen F. Austin W, 1-0 A11 *at Stephen F. Austin L, 3-4 A13 *at UTSA L, 0-1 A13 *at UTSA W, 2-1 A14 *at UTSA L, 4-5 A14 *at UTSA L, 4-7 A19 Southeastern La. W, 3-0 A19 Southeastern La. W, 5-4 A27 at Louisiana Tech L, 0-1 A27 at Louisiana Tech W, 3-2

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Results Year-by-Year 1996 (34-22/15-9 Southland) F15 at Centenary F15 at Centenary F17 *at Texas State F17 *at Texas State F18 *at Texas State F21 at Southeastern La. F21 at Southeastern La. F23 (30) Northwestern State F23 (30) Oklahoma F23 (30) Tulsa F24 (30) Sam Houston State F24 (30) Texas Tech F24 (30) Oklahoma City F25 (30) UT-Arlington F25 (30) Oklahoma F29 (35) Nebraska M1 (35) San Diego State M1 (35) Sacramento State M2 (35) Michigan M2 (35) Texas State M3 (35) Cal State Fullerton M8 Louisiana Tech M8 Louisiana Tech M10 at UL-Lafayette M10 at UL-Lafayette M16 *UTSA M16 *UTSA M17 *UTSA M19 *at Nicholls State M20 *at Nicholls State M20 *at Nicholls State M23 Southeastern La. M23 Southeastern La. M24 Baylor M24 Baylor M30 *UT-Arlington M30 *UT-Arlington M31 *UT-Arlington A3 *at Northwestern State A3 *at Northwestern State A4 *at Northwestern State A12 *Stephen F. Austin A13 *Stephen F. Austin A13 *Stephen F. Austin A20 *at Sam Houston State A20 *at Sam Houston State A21 *at Sam Houston State A25 UL-Lafayette A25 UL-Lafayette A27 *at McNeese State A27 *at McNeese State A28 *at McNeese State M2 (36) McNeese State M3 (36) Nicholls State M4 (36) Nicholls State M5 (36) Nicholls State

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

M1 M2 M6 M6 M8 M8 M9 M12 M12 M15 M15 M16 M21 M21 M21 M22 M22 M22 M23 M23 M27 M27 M28 A2 A2 A5 A5 A6 A8 A8 A9 A12 A12 A13 A15 A15 A23 A23 A26 A26 M1 M2 M2 M3 M4 M16 M17 M17

*at Texas-San Antonio L, 1-2 *at Texas-San Antonio W, 2-1 Louisiana-Lafayette W, 1-0 (9) Louisiana-Lafayette W, 1-0 *Northwestern State W, 1-0 *Northwestern State W, 2-1 (9) *Northwestern State W, 1-0 Southeastern Louisiana W, 3-0 Southeastern Louisiana W, 1-0 *at Texas-Arlington W, 1-0 (8) *at Texas-Arlington W, 5-2 (12) *at Texas-Arlington W, 4-1 (10) (37) Princeton W, 3-0 (37) College of Charleston W, 9-0 (37) Furman W, 6-3 (37) Winthrop W, 3-0 (37) Georgia W, 2-0 (37) Cleveland State W, 1-0 (37) Akron W, 3-0 (37) Illinois-Chicago W, 2-0 *at Stephen F. Austin W, 3-0 *at Stephen F. Austin W, 10-0 (5) *at Stephen F. Austin W, 2-1 at UL-Lafayette L, 0-2 at UL-Lafayette W, 2-1 *Sam Houston State W, 4-0 *Sam Houston State W, 2-1 *Sam Houston State W, 4-0 *Nicholls State L, 1-2 *Nicholls State L, 1-7 *Nicholls State W, 1-0 *McNeese State W, 8-0 *McNeese State W, 1-0 *McNeese State W, 2-0 at Louisiana Tech L, 0-2 at Louisiana Tech W, 7-4 at Mississippi State W, 6-0 at Mississippi State L, 0-1 *Texas State W, 2-0 *Texas State W, 1-0 (13) UTSA W, 1-0 (9) (13) McNeese State W, 3-0 (13) Nicholls State W, 3-2 (10) (13) Nicholls State L, 2-4 (9) (13) Nicholls State L, 2-3 (10) (38) UL-Lafayette L, 1-2 (38) Nicholls State W, 1-0 (38) UCLA L, 0-3

1998 (23-37/11-16 Southland) F13 (3) New Mexico L, 2-8 F13 (3) Illinois-Chicago L, 1-5 F13 (3) Baylor L, 2-4 F14 (3) Oklahoma State L, 2-3 F14 (3) Texas State W, 4-3 F14 (3) Stephen F. Austin W, 10-9 F15 (3) New Mexico State W, 7-0 F20 (30) Mississippi W, 2-1 F20 (30) Tulsa W, 4-2 1997 (47-12/20-3 Southland) L, 0-9 SOUTHLAND TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS F21 (30) Centenary F21 (30) Tennessee W, 8-5 NCAA TOURNAMENT APPEARANCE L, 6-8 F14 (3) Texas A&M W, 2-0 F22 (30) Southern Illinois F15 (3) Texas Tech W, 4-2 (10) F22 (30) Northwestern State L, 3-6 L, 0-10 F15 (3) Sam Houston State W, 4-1 F24 at LSU L, 0-8 F16 (3) Detroit W, 2-0 F24 at LSU L, 0-2 F21 (30) Southern Illinois L, 2-4 F28 *at UTSA L, 0-2 F21 (30) Louisiana Tech W, 4-1 F28 *at UTSA L, 3-7 F22 (30) Mississippi W, 2-1 M1 *at UTSA W, 6-4 F22 (30) Oklahoma W, 1-0 M7 *Stephen F. Austin W, 8-0 F23 (30) Mississippi State W, 5-1 M7 *Stephen F. Austin L, 0-2 F23 (30) Oklahoma City L, 0-1 (9) M8 *Stephen F. Austin W, 1-0 M1 *at Texas-San Antonio W, 1-0 M10 Louisiana Tech M10 Louisiana Tech L, 0-1

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M12 M12 M14 M14 M15 M17 M17 M21 M22 M22 M23 M28 M28 M29 A4 A4 A5 A8 A8 A9 A11 A11 A12 A14 A14 A16 A16 A18 A18 A19 A22 A22 A25 A25 A26 A30 A30

Virginia Virginia *Northwestern State *Northwestern State *Northwestern State UL-Lafayette UL-Lafayette (37) Virginia Tech (37) Coastal Carolina (37) Samford (37) Providence *at Sam Houston State *at Sam Houston State *at Sam Houston State *at Southeastern La. *at Southeastern La. *at Southeastern La. *at Nicholls State *at Nicholls State *at Nicholls State *Texas State *Texas State *Texas State Mississippi State Mississippi State at Louisiana Tech at Louisiana Tech *at McNeese State *at McNeese State *at McNeese State at UL-Lafayette at UL-Lafayette *UT-Arlington *UT-Arlington *UT-Arlington (21) Northwestern State (21) UT-Arlington

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

1999 (30-34/16-11 Southland) F10 Louisiana Tech L, 0-1 F10 Louisiana Tech W, 2-1 F12 (39) Oklahoma L, 0-8 F12 (39) Northwestern W, 2-1 F12 (39) Mississippi L, 3-4 F13 (39) Texas State L, 1-3 F13 (39) UT-Arlington W, 6-3 F13 (39) Stephen F. Austin W, 4-3 F14 (39) Northwestern L, 3-5 F16 *at Stephen F. Austin W, 7-0 F16 *at Stephen F. Austin L, 3-6 F17 *at Stephen F. Ausitn W, 5-4 F19 (30) Nicholls State W, 3-1 F19 (30) Bethune-Cookman W, 3-0 F19 (30) Southern Illinios W, 1-0 F20 (30) Tulsa L, 6-8 F20 (30) Stephen F. Austin W, 9-0 F20 (30) Oklahoma City L, 2-3 F21 (30) Southern Illinois L, 2-4 F26 (40) Central Michigan L, 3-8 F26 (40) Stanford L, 0-4 F27 (40) Oklahoma State W, 4-1 F27 (40) Nicholls State W, 9-4 F28 (40) Central Michigan L, 0-2 M6 at UL-Lafayette L, 0-5 M6 at UL-Lafayette L, 1-7 M9 *McNeese State W, 1-0 M9 *McNeese State L, 3-6 M10 *McNeese State W, 6-2 M13 *at Northwestern State L, 0-9 M13 *at Northwestern State L, 0-6 M14 *at Northwestern State W, 3-2 M20 *Sam Houston State W, 1-0

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Did you know: The longest game in ULM history is 13 innings. This has occured twice- against Northwestern State in 1985 and against UTArlington in 1987.


Results Year-by-Year Did you know: ULM went nine years without an extra inning game after the UTArlington game in 1987. The next was against Texas Tech in 1997.

M20 M21 M23 M23 M24 M26 M26 M27 M27 M28 A2 A2 A3 A5 A5 A6 A10 A10 A11 A13 A13 A15 A15 A22 A22 A24 A24 A25 A29 A29 A30

*Sam Houston State *Sam Houston State *UTSA *UTSA *UTSA (41) Butler (41) Florida A&M (41) Middle Tennessee (41) North Carolina (41) Georgia State *Southeastern La. *Southeastern La. *Southeastern La. *at UT-Arlington *at UT-Arlington *at UT-Arlington *at Nicholls State *at Nicholls State *at Nicholls State UL-Lafayette UL-Lafayette at Mississippi State at Mississippi State at Louisiana Tech at Louisiana Tech *at Texas State *at Texas State *at Texas State (21) UT-Arlington (21) McNeese State (21) Northwestern State

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

2000 (28-27/17-9 Southland) F11 (3) Purdue L, 0-3 F11 (3) Oklahoma L, 0-2 F12 (3) Kentucky W, 5-4 F12 (3) Northwestern State L, 4-6 F13 (3) Tulsa L, 0-2 F15 at UL-Lafayette L, 2-8 F15 at UL-Lafayette W, 1-0 F18 (30) Louisiana Tech W, 4-0 F18 (30) Wisconsin L, 0-5 F19 (30 )Syracuse W, 3-2 F19 (30) Texas-Arlington W, 3-2 F20 (30) Southern Miss L, 4-8 F26 *at Southeastern La. W, 1-0 F26 *at Southeastern La. W, 8-0 F27 *at Southeastern La. W, 6-0 F29 at Southern Miss L, 0-5 F29 at Southern Miss L, 0-8 M4 *at McNeese State L, 3-5 M4 *at McNeese State W, 7-6 M5 *at McNeese State W, 12-2 M7 *Nicholls State W, 5-0 M8 *Nicholls State W, 2-0 M8 *Nicholls State W, 4-1 M11 *UT-Arlington L, 4-5 M11 *UT-Arlington L, 3-7 M12 *UT-Arlington W, 2-1 M16 (42) Arizona L, 0-3 M17 (42) Hawaii L, 4-11 M17 (42) Cal State Fullerton L, 0-6 M18 (42) Oklahoma L, 0-8 M19 (42) UL-Lafayette L, 2-3 M22 Louisiana Tech W, 4-3 M23 Texas Southern W, 4-0 M23 Texas Southern W, 8-0 M28 *Texas State W, 3-2 M28 *Texas State L, 2-3 M29 *Texas State W, 2-1 A1 *at Sam Houston State W, 8-2 A1 *at Sam Houston State W, 13-1

A8 A8 A9 A11 A11 A13 A13 A20 A21 A21 A25 A29 A29 A30 M5 M6

*Northwestern State *Northwestern State *Northwestern State Mississippi State Mississippi State UL-Lafayette UL-Lafayette *Stephen F. Austin *Stephen F. Austin *Stephen F. Austin at Louisiana Tech *at UTSA *at UTSA *at UTSA (21) Texas State (21) Northwestern State

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

2001 (31-22/17-10 Southland) F9 (3) Illinois-Chicago W, 3-2 F9 (3) Stephen F. Austin W, 4-2 F10 (3) Oklahoma State W, 7-2 F10 (3) Houston W, 3-2 F11 (3) UT-Arlington W, 5-4 F14 at UL-Lafayette W, 4-0 F14 at UL-Lafayette W, 4-0 F16 (30) Georgia Tech L, 2-3 F16 (30) Drake W, 3-2 F17 (30) Northern Iowa W, 6-2 F17 (30) Arkansas W, 2-1 F18 (30) Southern Miss W, 5-2 F20 at Mississippi State L, 1-2 F20 at Mississippi State L, 5-8 F25 *UTSA W, 7-4 F25 *UTSA W, 5-0 F26 *UTSA L, 5-6 M4 *at Stephen F. Austin L, 1-2 M4 *at Stephen F. Austin L, 2-5 M5 *at Stephen F. Austin W, 2-1 M6 Tulsa W, 3-1 M9 (16) UL-Lafayette L, 2-5 M9 (16) Texas A&M W, 4-3 M10 (16) Missouri State L, 4-8 M10 (16) Oklahoma L, 2-3 M11 (16) North Carolina L, 3-4 M12 at Oklahoma L, 2-5 M17 *at Northwestern State W, 5-1 M17 *at Northwestern State W, 3-2 M18 *at Northwestern State W, 7-5 M21 at Southern Miss L, 2-4 M21 at Southern Miss L, 3-6 M24 *Sam Houston State W, 9-0 M24 *Sam Houston State W, 6-5 M25 *Sam Houston State W, 5-0 M31 *at Nicholls State W, 3-1 M31 *at Nicholls State W, 7-1 A1 *at Nicholls State W, 5-2 A6 *Southeastern La. W, 5-4 A6 *Southeastern La. L, 1-2 A7 *Southeastern La. W, 2-1 A12 *at UT-Arlington L, 0-3 A12 *at UT-Arlington L, 0-8 A13 *at UT-Arlington W, 1-0 A21 *McNeese State W, 5-2 A21 *McNeese State L, 0-2 A22 *McNeese State W, 5-0 A27 *at Texas State L, 0-7 A27 *at Texas State L, 1-3 A28 *at Texas State L, 0-1 M4 (29) Northwestern State W, 7-5 M5 (29) Southeastern La. L, 5-7 M5 (29) Northwestern State L, 2-3

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2002 (20-32/12-15 Southland) F1 (43) UCLA L, 0-8 F2 (43) Cal State-Northridge L, 0-2 F2 (43) Washington L, 2-5 F3 (43) Cal State-Northridge L, 2-6 F3 (43) Long Beach State L, 2-5 F8 (3) Baylor L, 1-2 F8 (3) UTSA L, 5-6 F9 (3) Stephen F. Austin W, 8-0 F9 (3) Oklahoma State L, 1-5 F9 (3) Oklahoma L, 2-8 F10 (3) Stephen F. Austin W, 8-0 F10 (3) Utah W, 4-3 F15 (30) Texas A&M-C.C. L, 0-4 F16 (30) Middle Tennessee W, 10-1 F16 (30) Troy L, 0-1 F16 (30) Southeastern La. W, 4-2 F17 (30) Middle Tennessee W, 3-2 F17 (30) Texas A&M-C.C. L, 0-5 F23 *at McNeese State L, 3-4 F23 *at McNeese State L, 0-7 F24 *at McNeese State L, 2-3 F27 at UL-Lafayette L, 4-5 F27 at UL-Lafayette L, 0-11 M3 Mississippi W, 6-0 M9 *at UTSA L, 1-4 M9 *at UTSA L, 1-4 M10 *at UTSA W, 2-0 M16 *Texas State L, 0-3 M16 *Texas State W, 1-0 M17 *Texas State L, 3-4 M28 *Stephen F. Austin W, 1-0 M28 *Stephen F. Austin W, 4-0 M29 *Stephen F. Austin W, 2-1 A2 *Nicholls State W, 2-1 A2 *Nicholls State W, 2-1 A3 *Nicholls State W, 8-0 A6 *at Sam Houston State L, 3-6 A6 *at Sam Houston State W, 4-0 A7 *at Sam Houston State L, 0-3 A13 *at Southeastern La. W, 3-0 A13 *at Southeastern La. L, 8-9 A14 *at Southeastern La. L, 2-3 A20 *UT-Arlington L, 0-1 A20 *UT-Arlington W, 3-2 A21 *UT-Arlington W, 3-2 A24 UL-Lafayette W, 9-6 A24 UL-Lafayette L, 5-6 A27 *Northwestern State L, 2-10 A27 *Northwestern State L, 0-2 A28 *Northwestern State L, 2-5 M3 (44) Texas State L, 1-10 M3 (44) Southeastern La. L, 2-4 2003 (19-29/9-17 Southland) F5 at Centenary F8 (45) Illinois F8 (45) New Mexico F9 (45) New Mexico F9 (45) UT-Arlington F14 (30) Louisiana Tech F16 (30) Baylor F16 (30) Mercer F16 (30) Tulsa F21 (46) Tennessee F21 (46) Syracuse F22 (46) Tennessee F22 (46) UNLV F23 (46) UNLV M2 *at Stephen F. Austin M2 *at Stephen F. Austin M2 *at Stephen F. Austin M7 (34) Bradley M7 (34) Tulsa

W, 7-0 L, 3-10 L, 1-2 W, 8-2 L, 0-2 W, 4-2 W, 5-2 L, 0-14 L, 0-1 L, 3-5 L, 0-5 L, 2-3 L, 8-9 W, 1-0 L, 1-5 L, 3-4 L, 5-9 W, 8-3 L, 1-6

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Results Year-by-Year M8 M8 M12 M12 M13 M15 M15 M16 M19 M22 M22 M23 M29 M30 M30 A2 A2 A5 A5 A12 A12 A13 A16 A17 A17 A23 A25 A25 A27

(34) Creighton W, 13-10 (34) Portland State W, 2-1 *UTSA W, 5-4 *UTSA W, 5-4 *UTSA W, 6-5 *at Northwestern State L, 0-4 *at Northwestern State L, 0-1 *at Northwestern State L, 3-5 at Louisiana Tech W, 6-3 *Sam Houston State W, 3-1 *Sam Houston State W, 2-1 *Sam Houston State L, 2-12 *at Nicholls State L, 1-4 *at Nicholls State L, 0-1 *at Nicholls State L, 0-3 at UL-Lafayette L, 1-5 at UL-Lafayette L, 0-9 *Southeastern La. L, 0-2 *Southeastern La. W, 5-3 *at Texas-Arlington L, 0-1 *at Texas-Arlington L, 0-1 *at Texas-Arlington W, 3-2 *McNeese State W, 3-0 *McNeese State W, 4-2 *McNeese State L, 0-1 Louisiana Tech W, 3-2 *Texas State L, 0-8 *Texas State L, 2-7 *Texas State L, 3-4

2004 (13-48/3-23 Southland) F4 at Southern Miss W, 8-0 F4 at Southern Miss L, 0-7 F7 (30) Kentucky L, 1-5 F7 (30) Georgia Tech L, 0-9 F8 (30) Gardner-Webb W, 7-1 F8 (30) UL-Lafayette L, 0-10 F13 (24) Northern Iowa L, 5-6 F13 (24) Baylor L, 1-3 F14 (24) Sam Houston State L, 0-8 F14 (24) Texas A&M - C.C. W, 8-0 F15 (24) Houston L, 1-2 F20 (46) Butler L, 11-12 F20 (46) UTEP L, 4-11 F21 (46) Northwestern State L, 0-6 F21 (46) Northern Illinois L, 3-13 F25 at UL-Lafayette L, 0-20 F25 at UL-Lafayette L, 0-7 F28 *at UTSA L, 5-6 F28 *at UTSA L, 1-11 F29 *at UTSA L, 0-15 M5 (34) Tulsa W, 2-1 M5 (34) UMKC L, 2-8 M6 (34) Wichita State L, 2-10 M6 (34) Missouri State L, 4-5 M7 (34) UMKC W, 6-1 M12 (47) Tulsa L, 0-12 M12 (47) Alabama A&M L, 0-4 M13 (47) Birmingham Southern L, 4-5 M13 (47) Chattanooga W, 4-3 M14 (47) Tulsa L, 0-6 M16 *Stephen F. Austin L, 0-5 M16 *Stephen F. Austin L, 2-12 M17 *Stephen F. Austin L, 6-8 M20 *at UT-Arlington L, 0-6 M20 *at UT-Arlington L, 2-6 M21 *at UT-Arlington L, 2-10 M23 Centenary L, 3-14 M24 Centenary L, 2-4 M27 *Northwestern State L, 2-4 M27 *Northwestern State W, 5-1 M28 *Northwestern State L, 0-7 M30 at Louisiana Tech W, 8-3 A3 *Texas State L, 0-6 A3 *Texas State L, 1-4 A4 *Texas State L, 1-10 A6 Grambling State W, 8-0

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A9 A9 A10 A14 A14 A15 A17 A17 A18 A20 A24 A24

*at Southeastern La. *at Southeastern La. *at Southeastern La. *at McNeese State *at McNeese State *at McNeese State *Nicholls State *Nicholls State *Nicholls State Louisiana Tech *Sam Houston State *Sam Houston State

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

2005 (15-44/5-22 Southland) F4 (48) Centenary W, 2-1 F4 (48) Baylor L, 0-7 F5 (48) Illinois W, 8-5 F5 (48) Centenary W, 12-10 F6 (48) Illinois L, 5-7 F6 (48) Baylor L, 1-10 F12 (49) Ball State L, 1-2 F12 (49) Tenn.-Martin W, 4-3 F15 at Southern Miss W, 8-5 F15 at Southern Miss L, 0-4 F18 (30) Louisville L, 1-3 F18 (30) Southern Miss L, 4-5 F19 (30) Louisiana Tech L, 0-3 F19 (30) San Jose State L, 1-3 F26 (50) UMKC W, 7-2 F26 (50) Arkansas L, 1-6 F27 (50) UMKC L, 2-4 F27 (50) Arkansas L, 0-8 M4 (34) Wisconsin L, 0-2 M4 (34) Tulsa L, 0-3 M5 (34) North Texas L, 3-4 (9) M5 (34) Wichita State L, 1-6 M6 (34) Oklahoma State L, 0-8 M9 *at Nicholls State W, 8-3 M9 *at Nicholls State W, 3-2 M10 *at Nicholls State L, 3-4 (10) M12 *Southeastern La. L, 2-3 M12 *Southeastern La. L, 2-4 M13 *Southeastern La. L, 4-5 M16 *McNeese State W, 6-5 M16 *McNeese State L, 3-5 M17 *McNeese State W, 6-2 M19 *at Sam Houston State L, 1-22 M19 *at Sam Houston State L, 1-11 M20 *at Sam Houston State L, 0-6 M25 *at Northwestern State L, 3-5 M25 *at Northwestern State L, 2-10 M26 *at Northwestern State L, 6-7 M29 at UL-Lafayette L, 3-4 M29 at UL-Lafayette L, 0-9 M31 at Centenary L, 1-3 A2 *UT-Arlington L, 1-6 A2 *UT-Arlington L, 2-3 A3 *UT-Arlington L, 4-7 A5 at Louisiana Tech W, 4-2 A9 *at Stephen F. Austin L, 4-5 (11) A9 *at Stephen F. Austin L, 0-5 A10 *at Stephen F. Austin L, 4-5 (10) A12 Louisiana Tech W, 7-6 A16 *UTSA L, 0-5 A16 *UTSA L, 2-10 A17 *UTSA L, 3-11 A20 UL-Lafayette L, 2-6 A20 UL-Lafayette L, 0-9 A23 *at Texas State L, 0-7 A23 *at Texas State L, 0-9 A24 *at Texas State W, 7-4 2006 (27-30/10-16 Southland) F9 Grambling State W, 12-0 F9 Grambling State W, 13-0 F11 UTEP W, 4-0 F11 UTEP W, 2-1

F15 F15 F17 F17 F18 F19 F24 F24 F25 F25 F26 F28 M1 M1 M4 M4 M5 M10 M10 M11 M11 M12 M15 M18 M18 M19 M23 M25 M25 M26 M28 M28 A1 A1 A2 A4 A4 A5 A8 A8 A9 A11 A11 A14 A14 A15 A19 A19 A22 A22 A23 A30 A30

at Alcorn State W, 8-3 at Alcorn State W, 3-1 (30) Stephen F. Austin W, 4-0 (30) Eastern Illinois W, 1-0 (8) (30) Jackson State W, 6-1 (30) Louisiana Tech W, 5-1 (34) Boston College L, 0-11 (34) North Texas L, 1-6 (34) Creighton L, 2-3 (34) Tulsa L, 0-7 (34) Eastern Illinois L, 3-5 at Louisiana Tech L, 7-13 at North Texas L, 0-8 at North Texas L, 3-4 *Nicholls State L, 7-8 *Nicholls State W, 2-1 *Nicholls State L, 6-12 (51) Saint Louis L, 3-4 (51) Siena L, 2-6 (51) Samford W, 5-4 (51) Saint Louis W, 3-2 (51) Siena W, 6-1 Centenary L, 1-4 *at Southeastern La. L, 1-2 *at Southeastern La. W, 17-5 *at Southeastern La. L, 2-5 Louisiana Tech W, 9-3 *Sam Houston State L, 5-7 *Sam Houston State W, 5-2 *Sam Houston State L, 2-6 North Texas L, 2-6 North Texas W, 6-1 *Northwestern State W, 8-0 *Northwestern State L, 4-5 *Northwestern State W, 3-2 *at McNeese State L, 0-1 *at McNeese State L, 0-8 *at McNeese State L, 1-2 *at UT-Arlington L, 0-2 *at UT-Arlington L, 1-3 *at UT-Arlington L, 0-5 Alcorn State W, 6-0 Alcorn State W, 8-0 *Stephen F. Austin W, 6-0 *Stephen F. Austin W, 4-1 *Stephen F. Austin W, 7-3 at Arkansas L, 2-3 at Arkansas L, 3-4 *at UTSA L, 4-8 *at UTSA L, 2-7 *at UTSA L, 1-4 *Texas State W, 3-1 *Texas State W, 2-1

2007 (24-38/4-20 Sun Belt) F9 (52) Mississippi Valley St. W, 7-4 (9) F10 (52) Tenn.-Martin L, 4-5 (8) F10 (52) Southern W, 4-3 (8) F10 (52) Troy L, 2-4 F11 (52) Southeastern La. L, 6-8 F14 at No. 7 LSU L, 0-7 F16 (30) Mississippi Valley St. W, 15-10 F16 (30) Louisiana Tech W, 12-2 (6) F17 (30) McNeese State W, 5-0 F17 (30) Mississippi Valley St. W, 8-4 F18 (30) McNeese State W, 4-1 F21 at Alcorn State L, 2-8 F21 at Alcorn State W, 9-7 F24 (53) Texas Southern W, 3-2 F24 (53) Sam Houston State L, 2-3 F25 (53) Texas Southern W, 6-0 F25 (53) Sam Houston State W, 4-0 F28 at Southern Miss W, 7-1 M2 (50) Northern Iowa L, 3-6 M2 (50) Arkansas L, 0-1 M3 (50) Northern Iowa L, 1-2 M3 (50) Arkansas W, 4-1

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Results Year-by-Year Did you know: ULM shutout seven straight opponents in 1995, a school record for consecutive shutouts.

M4 M4 M7 M7 M10 M10 M11 M17 M17 M18 M20 M21 M21 M27 M27 M28 M28 M31 A1 A1 A4 A6 A6 A7 A11 A11 A14 A14 A15 A17 A21 A21 A22 A25 A28 A28 A29 M5 M5 M6

(50) Northern Iowa L, 3-6 (50) Arkansas L, 5-8 Northwestern State L, 2-4 Northwestern State L, 4-12 (6) *at North Texas L, 3-4 *at North Texas L, 6-7 *at North Texas L, 5-6 *at Troy L, 0-8 (5) *at Troy L, 0-2 *at Troy L, 4-8 at Louisiana Tech L, 5-6 (8) Alcorn State W, 6-5 (8) Alcorn State W, 7-0 Southeastern La. L, 2-3 Southeastern La. L, 4-8 Jackson State W, 5-2 Jackson State W, 9-3 *Middle Tennessee W, 11-3 (5) *Middle Tennessee L, 5-7 *Middle Tennessee L, 0-3 Southern Miss W, 6-2 *South Alabama L, 1-15 (5) *South Alabama L, 5-8 (8) *South Alabama L, 3-6 at Northwestern State W, 5-3 at Northwestern State L, 1-7 *at Western Kentucky L, 3-4 *at Western Kentucky L, 0-1 *at Western Kentucky L, 1-2 Louisiana Tech W, 5-2 *at Florida Atlantic L, 2-10 (5) *at Florida Atlantic W, 6-2 *at Florida Atlantic L, 1-5 at Centenary L, 3-6 *FIU L, 0-8 (6) *FIU L, 0-6 *FIU W, 3-1 No. 24 UL-Lafayette L, 3-5 No. 24 UL-Lafayette W, 1-0 No. 24 UL-Lafayette L, 3-9

2008 (22-37/9-15 Sun Belt) F9 No. 24 UL-Lafayette (at Tech) L, 0-6 F9 at Louisiana Tech L, 0-4 F10 at Louisiana Tech L, 0-1 F12 at Northwestern State W, 7-0 F12 at Northwestern State W, 5-1 F15 (30) UAPB W, 13-2 (5) F17 (30) Iowa State L, 0-1 F17 (30) Southeast Missouri W, 2-1 F17 (30) Louisiana Tech L, 5-8 F22 (54) vs. BYU W, 4-2 F22 (54) vs. Virginia L, 3-6 F23 (54) at No. 5 Tennessee L, 0-4 F24 (54) vs. Wagner W, 10-0 (5) F27 at No. 9 LSU L, 2-9 M1 at No. 13 Baylor L, 0-3 M1 at No. 13 Baylor L, 0-6 M2 at No. 13 Baylor L, 0-3 M8 *North Texas W, 4-1 M8 *North Texas L, 1-11 M9 *North Texas L, 2-4 M11 Southeastern La. L, 1-5 M12 at Jackson State W, 7-0 M12 at Jackson State W, 8-1 M15 *Troy L, 2-8 M15 *Troy L, 4-16 (5) M16 *Troy L, 2-4 (8) M25 at Nicholls State L, 1-6 M25 at Nicholls State L, 1-3 M27 Centenary L, 1-7 M29 *at Middle Tennessee L, 1-2 M30 *at Middle Tenn. W, 5-4 (11) M30 *at Middle Tennessee L, 3-11 (5) A2 vs. Arkansas L, 0-3 A2 vs. Arkansas L, 0-6 A5 *at South Alabama L, 3-4

A6 A6 A8 A12 A12 A13 A15 A16 A16 A19 A19 A20 A23 A26 A26 A27 A29 M3 M4 M4 M7 M8 M9 M10

*at South Alabama W, 4-1 *at South Alabama W, 1-0 at Louisiana Tech L, 1-6 *Western Kentucky W, 2-0 *Western Kentucky W, 3-1 *Western Kentucky W, 6-2 Stephen F. Austin L, 4-6 Northwestern State W, 3-0 Northwestern State W, 5-0 *Florida Atlantic L, 3-6 *Florida Atlantic L, 2-3 *Florida Atlantic L, 1-4 No. 15 LSU L, 0-11 (5) *at FIU L, 2-3 (10) *at FIU L, 3-7 *at FIU W, 3-2 Louisiana Tech L, 0-3 *at No. 16 UL-Lafayette W, 1-0 *at No. 16 UL-Lafayette L, 1-9 (5) *at No. 16 UL-Lafayette L, 0-10 (5) (54) vs. Florida Atlantic W, 5-4 (54) vs. Troy W, 5-0 (54) vs. North Texas W, 5-1 (54) vs. UL-Lafayette L, 0-13 (5)

2009 (17-35/7-15 Sun Belt) F6 (56) vs. Iona W, 5-2 F7 (56) vs. Kennesaw State W, 6-2 F7 (56) vs. Mississippi State L, 3-5 F8 at Mississippi State L, 5-12 F13 SE Missouri State L, 1-4 F14 (30) Central Arkansas W, 2-1 F14 (30) SE Missouri State L, 3-4 F15 (30) Central Arkansas L, 2-6 F15 (30) Centenary L, 1-6 F18 at Centenary L, 4-5 F20 (34) at Tulsa L, 1-3 F21 (34) vs. South Dakota State W, 8-4 F22 (34) vs. Saint Louis L, 0-2 F22 (34) vs. Creighton W, 3-0 F26 at Texas L, 0-5 F26 at Texas L, 2-10 (6) F27 (57) vs. Louisiana Tech W, 7-5 F27 (57) at No. 24 Baylor L, 0-8 (5) F28 (57) vs. Louisiana Tech L, 0-8 (5) F28 (57) vs. Rutgers L, 3-4 M1 (57) at No. 24 Baylor L, 3-10 M7 *at North Texas W, 9-3 M7 *at North Texas L, 2-4 M8 *at North Texas W, 5-4 M14 *at Troy L, 4-5 M14 *at Troy L, 0-9 (5) M18 Texas A&M-C.C. W, 6-1 M18 Texas A&M-C.C. W, 7-6 M19 Tulsa L, 0-3 M28 * Middle Tennessee W, 4-1 M28 * Middle Tennessee W, 2-1 M29 * Middle Tennessee W, 4-1 A1 at Southeastern La. L, 1-3 A4 *South Alabama L, 0-3 A4 *South Alabama W,3-0 A5 *South Alabama L, 1-3 A10 *at Western Kentucky L, 0-3 A10 *at Western Kentucky L, 1-4 A11 *at Western Kentucky L, 3-4 (9) A15 Nicholls State L, 1-3 A15 Nicholls State W, 4-2 A18 *at Florida Atlantic W, 5-0 A18 *at Florida Atlantic L, 1-4 A18 *at Florida Atlantic L, 2-3 A25 *FIU L, 3-5 (10) A25 *FIU L, 3-6 A26 *FIU L, 1-5 M2 *UL-Lafayette L, 1-9 M2 *UL-Lafayette L, 0-8 (5) M6 (58) vs. UL-Lafayette W, 1-0 M7 (58) vs. FIU L, 2-10 (6)

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(58) vs. Louisiana-Lafayette

L, 1-9 (6)

2010 (24-26/9-14 Sun Belt) F13 (30) SE Missouri State W, 9-61 F13 (30) Jackson State W, 13-5 (5) F14 (30) Northwestern State W, 5-4 F17 at No. 19 LSU L, 1-6 F19 (59) vs. Oregon State L, 2-8 F19 (59) vs. Mississippi State L, 0-4 F20 (59) vs. Oregon State L, 5-6 F20 (59) at No. 21 Texas A&M L, 0-6 F21 (59) at No. 21 Texas A&M L, 4-9 F24 McNeese State L, 1-2 (8) F26 (60) vs. Houston Baptist W, 2-0 F26 (60) at A&M-Corpus Christi L, 6-7 F27 (60) vs. Houston Baptist W, 8-0 (5) F28 (60) vs. North Dakota W, 4-3 F28 (60) at A&M-Corpus Christi L, 2-4 M3 Mississippi Valley State W, 4-2 M13 *North Texas L, 6-7 (8) M13 *North Texas W, 8-0 (6) M14 *North Texas L, 2-3 M16 Centenary W, 4-3 M22 Murray State W, 5-2 M23 Murray State W, 13-5 (5) M27 *Troy L, 0-4 (9) M27 *Troy W, 4-1 M28 *Troy L, 0-5 M30 Grambling State W, 8-0 (5) A2 *at Middle Tennessee L, 0-1 A2 *at Middle Tennessee W, 3-1 A3 *at Middle Tennessee W, 8-5 A6 at Mississippi Valley State L, 8-9 A10 *at South Alabama L, 6-7 A10 *at South Alabama W, 4-2 A11 *at South Alabama L, 1-3 A14 at Northwestern State W, 4-0 A17 *Western Kentucky W, 6-5 A18 *Western Kentucky W, 2-1 A18 *Western Kentucky W, 6-1 A21 Stephen F. Austin W, 3-2 A22 *Florida Atlantic L, 2-3 A22 *Florida Atlantic L, 4-8 (9) M1 *at FIU L, 2-3 M1 *at FIU L, 1-5 M2 *at FIU L, 0-4 M8 *at UL-Lafayette L, 1-9 (5) M8 *at UL-Lafayette L, 0-11 (5) M9 *at UL-Lafayette W, 2-1 M12 (61) vs. FIU W, 1-0 M13 (61) vs. Troy L, 2-7 M14 (61) vs. Middle Tennessee W, 1-0 M14 (61) vs. UL-Lafayette L, 1-6 2011 (27-28/10-14 Sun Belt) F11 (30) SE Missouri State W, 11-3 (5) F11 (30) Northwestern State W, 8-0 (5) F12 (30) SE Missouri State W, 6-1 F12 (30) Eastern Illinois W, 2-1 F13 (30) Eastern Illinois L, 0-1 F13 (30) Indiana State W, 9-0 (6) F18 (62) vs. Sam Houston State W, 11-8 F18 (62) at New Mexico State L, 3-6 F19 (62) vs. No. 6 Oklahoma L, 4-14 (5) F19 (62) vs. Southern Utah L, 7-10 (8) F20 (62) vs. Sam Houston State W, 5-4 (8) F25 (63) vs. Central Arkansas L, 1-4 F26 (63) vs. No. 23 Houston L, 0-8 (5) F26 (63) at Baylor L, 1-2 F27 (63) vs. Sam Houston State W, 5-4 (8) F27 (63) vs. No. 23 Houston L, 0-1 M3 at Alcorn State W, 5-4 M4 (64) vs. Furman W, 12-3 (5) M4 (64) at No. 7 Tennessee L, 1-3 M5 (64) vs. Georgia Southern W, 10-5 M9 at Stephen F. Austin L, 3-10 M12 *South Alabama L, 1-3

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Results Year-by-Year M12 M13 M19 M19 M20 M22 M23 M26 M26 M27 M31 A2 A2 A3 A9 A9 A10 A12 A16 A16 A17 A19 A22 A22 A23 A26 A28 A29 M7 M7 M8 M11 M12

*South Alabama L, 2-5 *South Alabama W, 11-3 (5) *at Troy L, 0-3 *at Troy W, 6-5 *at Troy W, 7-1 Centenary W, 8-0 (5) Stephen F. Austin W, 11-2 (5) *Middle Tennessee W, 9-8 *Middle Tennessee W, 5-3 *Middle Tennessee W, 15-12 Nicholls State L, 5-7 (8) *at Florida Atlantic L, 1-3 *at Florida Atlantic W, 7-6 *at Florida Atlantic L, 4-6 *FIU L, 2-5 *FIU W, 8-7 *FIU W, 1-0 at Grambling State W, 7-0 *at North Texas W, 7-2 (10) *at North Texas L, 1-8 *at North Texas L, 1-2 Grambling State W, 8-0 (5) *at Western Kentucky L, 5-6 *at Western Kentucky L, 2-6 *at Western Kentucky L, 6-7 at Arkansas L, 0-1 (8) at McNeese State W, 3-2 (9) Alcorn State W, 6-1 *No. 24 UL-Lafayette L, 0-3 *No. 24 UL-Lafayette L, 3-12 (6) *No. 24 UL-Lafayette L, 0-5 (65) vs. South Alabama L, 2-10 (5) (65) vs. Western Kentucky L, 6-8 (8)

2012 (25-26/9-15 Sun Belt) F10 (30) SIU-Edwardsville W, 7-6 F10 (30) IUPUI L, 3-11 F11 (30) Northwestern State W, 10-0 F11 (30) SE Missouri State L, 4-8 F12 (30) Grambling State W, 12-3 F18 (66) McNeese State L, 0-2 F18 (66) No. 17 Houston L, 0-9 F19 (66) McNeese State L, 0-2 F19 (66) No. 17 Houston L, 0-13 F22 at Samford W, 7-6 F25 (67) Virginia Tech W, 2-1 F25 (67) College of Charleston W, 5-4 F25 (67) Wagner W, 6-2 F26 (67) Lipscomb L, 0-2 M3 (68) Northwestern State L, 1-3 M3 (68) Southern W, 9-0 M4 (68) Northwestern State W, 8-3 M4 (68) Southern W, 8-2 M7 Stephen F. Austin W, 5-4 M10 *at South Alabama L, 1-2 M10 *at South Alabama L, 2-7 M11 *at South Alabama L, 1-9 M14 *Troy L, 3-4 M14 *Troy W, 2-1 M15 *Troy W, 5-3 M24 *at Middle Tennessee L, 0-4 M25 *at Middle Tennessee L, 4-6 M25 *at Middle Tennessee W, 8-2 M28 Nicholls State W, 7-4 A6 *at FIU L, 0-8 A6 *at FIU L, 5-8 A7 *at FIU L, 0-4 A11 at Central Arkansas L, 0-5 A12 at Memphis L, 1-6 A14 *North Texas W, 2-1 A14 *North Texas W, 2-1 A15 *North Texas L, 1-4 A18 Jackson State W, 5-2 A19 Stephen F. Austin W, 3-1 A21 *Western Kentucky L, 1-4 A21 *Western Kentucky L, 1-4 A22 *Western Kentucky W, 1-0 A24 *Florida Atlantic W, 8-3

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A24 A25 M5 M5 M6 M9 M10 M11

*Florida Atlantic *Florida Atlantic *at UL-Lafayette *at UL-Lafayette *at UL-Lafayette (69) South Alabama (69) Troy (69) Western Kentucky

W, 4-3 L, 3-6 W, 4-2 L, 3-8 L, 4-11 L, 0-6 W, 10-4 L, 3-5

Tournament Key (1) LIAW State Tournament (Lake Charles, La.) (2) AIAW Division II Regional Tournament (Nacogdoches, Texas) (3) Texas-Arlington Tournament (Arlington, Texas) (4) Southland Tournament (Beaumont, Texas) (5) Nicholls State Mardi Gras Invitational (Thibodaux, La.) (6) Sulphur Invitational Tournament (Sulphur, La.) (7) ULM Softball Classic (Monroe, La.) (8) Southland Tournament (Lafayette, La.) (9) Budwiser Bayou Classic (Houma, La.) (10) Florida A&M Spring Carnival (Tallahassee, Fla.) (11) Northwestern State Invitational (Sulphur, La.) (12) Texas A&M Invitational (College Station, Texas) (13) Southland Tournament (Monroe, La.) (14) Budweiser Bayou Classic (Thibodaux, La.) (15) Roadrunner Invitational (Las Cruces, N.M.) (16) Oklahoma Sooner Invitational (Norman, Okla.) (17) Southland Tournament (Arlington, Texas) (18) Oklahoma City Hall of Fame Invitational (Oklahoma City, Okla.) (19) Southland Tournament (Denton, Texas) (20) Florida State Invitational (Tallahassee, Fla.) (21) Southland Tournament (Natchitoches, La.) (22) Southern Miss. Tournament (Hattiesburg, Miss.) (23) South Florida Tournament (Tampa, Fla.) (24) Houston Invitational (Houston, Texas) (25) Southland Tournament (Huntsville, Texas) (26) Louisiana-Lafayette Classic ( Lafayette, La.) (27) Southern Illinois Invitational (Carbondale, Ill.) (28) Oklahoma State Tournament (Stillwater, Okla.) (29) Southland Tournament (San Marcos, Texas) (30) Mardi Gras Classic (Monroe, La.) (31) Patterson Invitational (Shreveport, La.) (32) Frost Cutlery Tournament (Chattanooga, Tenn.) (33) NIT Championships (Macomb, Ill.) (34) Holiday Inn Select Tulsa Invitational (Tulsa, Okla.) (35) San Diego State Classic (San Diego, Calif.) (36) Southland Tournament ( Thibodaux, La.) (37) Winthrop Tournament (Rock Hill, S.C.) (38) NCAA Regional (Lafayette, La.) (39) Pepsi-Cola Classic (Arlington, Texas) (40) NFCA Leadoff Classic (Columbus, Ga.) (41) Georgia Tech Buzz Classic (Atlanta, Ga.) (42) Kia Classic (Fullerton, Calif.) (43) Cal State-Northridge Tournament (Northridge, Calif.) (44) Southland Conference Tournament (Lake Charles, La.) (45) Maverick Classic (Arlington, Texas) (46) UNLV Mini Tournament (Las Vegas, Nev.) (47) Birmingham Southern Tournament (Birmingham, Ala.) (48) Baylor Getterman Classic (Waco, Texas) (49) Ole Miss Tournament (Oxford, Miss.) (50) Arkansas Invitational (Fayetteville, Ark.) (51) Alabama Credit Union Bulldog Bash (Birmingham, Ala.) (52) Southeastern Louisiana Tournament (Hammond, La.) (53) Dominoes Pizza Invitational ( Huntsville, Texas) (54) Tennessee Classic (Knoxville, Tenn.) (55) Sun Belt Conference Tournatment (Troy, Ala.) (56) Mississippi State Bulldog Round Robin (Starkville, Miss.) (57) Baylor QTI Invitational (Waco, Texas) (58) Sun Belt Conference Tournament (Denton, Texas) (59) Aggie Classic (College Station, Texas) (60) Holiday Inn Emerald Beach Invitational (Corpus Christi, Texas) (61) Sun Belt Conference Tournament (Mobile, Ala.) (62) New Mexico State Tournament (Las Cruces, N.M.) (63) Baylor Tournament (Waco, Texas) (64) Tennessee Tournament (Knoxville, Tenn.) (65) Sun Belt Conference Tournament (Lafayette, La.) (66) Houston Tournament (Houston, Texas) (67) Charleston Tournament (Charleston, S.C.) (68) Northwestern State Tournament (Natchitoches, La.) (69) Sun Belt Conference Tournament (Boca Raton, Fla.)

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All-time Records Versus Opponents Opponent Akron Alabama A&M Alcorn State Arizona Arizona State Arkansas Arkansas-Pine Bluff Arkansas State Athens State Austin Peay Ball State Baylor Bethune-Cookman Birmingham Southern Boston College Bradley Brigham Young Butler Cal State-Fullerton Cal State-Northridge California Centenary Central Arkansas Central Michigan Central Oklahoma Charlotte Chattanooga Cleveland State Coastal Carolina College of Charleston Colorado State Connecticut Creighton Delta State DePaul Detroit Drake Eastern Illinois Eastern Michigan Evansville Florida A&M Florida Atlantic FIU Florida State Fresno State Furman Gardner-Webb Georgia Georgia Southern Georgia State Georgia Tech Grambling State Green Bay Hawaii Houston Houston Baptist Illinois Illinois-Chicago Illinois State Indiana Indiana State Iona Iowa Iowa State IUPUI Jackson State Kansas Kansas State Kennesaw State Kent State Kentucky Lamar Lipscomb Long Beach State UL-Lafayette LSU LSU-Alexandria Louisiana Tech Louisville

W-L-T 2-1 1-1 9-1 1-3 1-3 2-9 1-0 13-0 1-0 3-1 2-4 6-16 1-0 0-1 0-1 1-0 1-0 1-1 0-2 0-3 0-1 19-18-1 1-3 2-9 0-3 1-0 1-1 1-0 2-0 2-0 0-2 0-1 2-5 4-1 2-0 1-0 1-0 3-4 1-1 1-1 2-1 6-12 5-15 0-3-1 2-0 2-1 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-2 0-2 20-3-1 1-0 0-2 1-5 2-0 1-2 2-1 0-3 0-4 5-4 1-0 1-0 0-3 1-0 7-0 0-1 1-0 1-0 1-1 1-1 13-6 0-1 0-5 28-90 0-7 9-1 31-62 0-1

Pct. .667 .500 .900 .250 .250 .182 1.000 1.000 1.000 .750 .333 .273 1.000 .000 .000 .000 1.000 .500 .000 .000 .000 .696 .250 .182 .000 1.000 .500 1.000 1.000 1.000 .000 .000 .286 .800 1.000 1.000 1.000 .429 .500 .500 .667 .333 .250 .125 1.000 .667 1.000 1.000 1.000 .000 .000 .854 1.000 .000 .166 1.000 .333 .667 .000 .000 .556 1.000 1.000 .000 1.000 1.000 .000 1.000 1.000 .500 .500 .684 .000 .000 .237 .000 .900 .333 .000

First 1989 2004 2006 1986 1986 2001 2008 1983 1991 1989 1988 1984 1999 2004 2006 2003 2008 1999 1996 1991 1992 1987 2009 1982 1982 1993 2004 1997 1992 1997 1989 1993 1986 1989 1992 1997 2001 1988 1989 1994 1985 2007 2007 1984 1987 1993 2004 1997 2011 1999 2001 1984 1995 1988 2001 2010 2003 1997 1986 1985 1981 2009 1988 1987 2012 2006 1986 1986 2009 1988 2000 1983 2012 1990 1980 1980 1980 1980 2005

Last 1997 2004 2011 2000 1990 2011 2008 1987 1991 1990 2005 2011 1999 2004 2006 2003 2008 2004 2000 2002 1992 2011 2012 1999 1984 1993 2004 1997 1998 2012 1990 1993 2009 1991 1992 1997 2001 2011 1992 1994 1999 2012 2012 1988 1989 2011 2004 1997 2011 2004 2004 2012 1995 2000 2012 2010 2005 2001 1992 1988 2011 2009 1988 2008 2012 2012 1986 1986 2009 1993 2004 1987 2012 2002 2012 2010 1982 2009 2005

An historic Warhawks squad

Did you know: The school that ULM has the most wins against is Northwestern State, with 54.

The 1997 Warhawks were the best team in school history.

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All-Time Record vs. Opponents Opponent Maine McNeese State Memphis Mercer Metro State Miami (Ohio) Michigan Michigan State Middle Tennessee Midwestern State Minnesota Mississippi Mississippi State Mississippi U. for Women Mississippi Valley State Missouri Missouri State Mobile Murray State Nebraska New Orleans New Mexico New Mexico State Nicholls State North Carolina North Dakota North Texas Northern Illinois Northern Iowa Northwestern Northwestern State Notre Dame Ohio Ohio State Oklahoma Oklahoma City Oklahoma State Oregon Oregon State Penn State Portland State Princeton Providence Purdue Rider Rutgers Sacramento State St. Mary’s (Texas) Saginaw Valley Saint Louis Samford Sam Houston State San Diego State San Jose State Seattle Siena South Alabama South Carolina South Dakota State South Florida Southeast Missouri State Southeastern La. Southern Southern Illinois Southern Illinois-Edwardsville Southern Miss Southern Utah Stanford Stephen F. Austin Stony Brook Syracuse Tennessee Tennessee-Martin Tennessee Tech Texas Texas A&M Texas A&M-Corpus Christi UT-Arlington

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W-L-T 1-0 48-33 0-1 0-1 2-0 1-0 0-1 2-1 15-7 1-0 0-5 3-1 6-12 1-1 4-1 0-3 3-3 1-0 2-0 2-5 5-1 4-3 2-3 38-54-1 1-1 1-0 18-18 1-3 1-6 2-2 54-60-1 0-1 First Meeting 1-0 2-14 8-9 2-4 0-1 0-2 1-0 1-0 2-0 1-0 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 2-1 1-0 3-2 6-0 35-41 1-0 0-1 First Meeting 1-1 5-15 0-5 1-0 0-1 4-3 32-34 3-0 2-3 1-0 24-12 1-1 1-2 44-44 First Meeting 1-1 1-4 1-1 1-1 0-2 2-23 3-4 43-44

Pct. 1.000 .593 .000 .000 1.000 1.000 .000 .667 .768 1.000 .000 .750 .333 .500 .800 .000 .500 1.000 1.000 .286 .833 .571 .400 .414 .500 1.000 .500 .250 .143 .500 .474 .000

First 1988 1980 2012 2003 1986 1988 1996 1984 1999 1982 1988 1997 1983 1984 2007 1985 1987 1992 2010 1987 1981 1985 1989 1981 1993 2010 1985 1987 1990 1984 1980 1992

Last 1988 2012 2012 2003 1987 1988 1996 1994 2012 1982 1995 2002 2009 1984 2010 1992 2004 1992 2010 1996 1981 2003 2011 2012 2001 2010 2012 2005 2007 1999 2012 1992

1.000 .125 .470 .333 .000 .000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .667 1.000 .600 1.000 .461 1.000 .000

1992 1986 1982 1983 1989 2010 1991 2003 1992 1998 2000 1993 2009 1996 1989 1985 1985 1990 1984 2006 2005

1992 2011 1999 2005 1989 2010 1991 2003 1997 1998 2000 1993 2009 1996 1990 1985 2009 2012 2011 2006 2005

.500 .250 .000 1.000 .000 .571 .485 1.000 .200 1.000 .667 .500 .333 .500

2006 2007 1985 2009 1985 2008 1989 2007 1987 2012 1983 1995 1985 1980

2006 2012 1993 2009 1985 2012 2009 2012 1999 2012 2007 2011 1999 2012

.500 .250 .500 .500 .000 .080 .429 .494

2000 1998 2005 1992 2009 1980 2002 1982

2003 2011 2007 1993 2009 2010 2010 2006

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All -Time Record vs. Opponents UTSA 16-33 Texas Southern 4-0 Texas State 31-32 Texas Tech 3-0 Toledo 1-0 Troy 7-15 Tulsa 5-14 UCLA 0-2 UC-Santa Barbara First Meeting UMKC 2-2 UNLV 1-1 UTEP 2-1 Utah 1-3 Virginia 0-3 Virginia Tech 1-1 Wagner 2-0 Washington 0-2 West Florida 1-2 Western Illinois 1-1 Western Michigan 0-3 West Texas A&M 1-1 Western Kentucky 7-13 Wichita State 3-6 Winthrop 1-0 Wisconsin 0-2 ***Bold italics denote 2013 opponents***

.327 1.000 .492 1.000 1.000 .222 .263 .000

1992 2000 1988 1984 1985 2002 1994 1997

2006 2007 2006 1997 1985 2011 2009 1997

.500 .500 .667 .250 .000 .500 1.000 .000 .333 .500 .000 .500 .350 .333 1.000 .000

2004 2003 2004 1985 1998 1998 2008 1995 1988 1990 1986 1980 2007 1986 1997 2000

2005 2003 2006 1988 1998 2012 2012 2002 1989 1992 1987 1982 2012 2005 1997 2005

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The University of Louisiana at Monroe has a history almost as rich and beautiful as the bayou that winds through its 238acre campus. From its inception, it was constructed with one goal in mind – to serve the educational needs and desires of the people of northeast Louisiana. To that end, ULM has served the region exceptionally well for more than 80 years, and is positioned to continue a strong tradition of excellence far into the future.

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ULM POINTS OF PRIDE Under the direction of President Dr. Nick J. Bruno Ph.D., the University of Louisiana at Monroe strives to ensure that students, faculty and staff are given the best opportunity to succeed. Dr. Bruno is proud to share the numerous and prestigious awards and accomplishments of the university as a whole, and of those who make ULM a premier and desired institution for higher education. Research and Partnerships - Department of Defense U.S. Army Corps of Engineers funds a toxicology professor’s work, which ensures the safety of clean-up crews at retired military bases. - Pennington Biomedical Research Center collaborates with ULM pharmacy and gerontology faculty to research Alzheimer’s and other life-threatening health issues. - The Mizutani Foundation for Glycoscience, a grant-funding agency in Japan, supports the breast cancer research concept of a ULM pharmacy professor. Yong-Yu Liu, M.D., Ph.D., submitted a grant proposal to the foundation and was one of 16 funded proposals; 150 proposals were submitted from 27 countries. - Louisiana Board of Regents awards ULM a grant to help establish a carbon dioxide - water vapor flux monitoring tower in a bottomland hardwood forest in the Russell Sage Wildlife Management Area. - Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality awards a $564,496 grant to ULM faculty for their research of water quality data at Bayou Lafourche and Turkey Creek in the Boeuf River Sub-Basin. - Governor’s Office of Homeland Security & Emergency Preparedness invests in a $3 Million Doppler radar system at ULM; atmospheric sciences faculty and students will provide crucial data to the state. - ULM and the LSU AgCenter enter into an agreement establishing important research projects between the two institutions. ULM and LSU AgCenter researchers will explore compounds used to treat diseases based on natural products found in plants. Innovative New Programs - ULM’s College of Pharmacy develops a new degree—Bachelor of Science in Pharmaceutical Sciences—which will provide a competitive advantage to students who choose to work in pharmaceutical sales, government regulatory affairs, and more. - Accounting and auditing will be among the fastest-growing occupations by 2018, according to the Louisiana Workforce Commission. To meet that need, ULM’s - College of Business launches a new program—Post Baccalaureate Certificate in Accounting—which will empower professionals to benefit from these expanding fields. - Both Louisiana Delta Community College and North Central Technical College in Wisconsin sign online articulation agreements with ULM.

occupational health—ULM’s Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Occupational Health, Safety, and Toxicology. - Hanbat National University President in South Korea enters into an exchange program with ULM—a university he considers to be “one of the most advanced universities in the United States.” - Joined by Fortune 500 companies, leaders at ULM unveil the ULM President’s Academy—a new career-oriented summer program for high-ability high school juniors and seniors throughout Louisiana, and regions of Texas, Arkansas, and Mississippi. First-rate facilities - ULM’s Human Performance Lab moves to a newly-renovated facility outfitted with equipment to gauge such health-related issues as aerobic fitness, muscular fitness and flexibility, along with total body composition. ULM’s kinesiology graduate degree is one of only six accredited master programs in the U.S. and the only American College of Sports Medicine endorsed program in Louisiana. Open to ULM faculty, staff, students, and the external community, the lab is also the exclusive testing facility for firefighters from Monroe, West Monroe and Ouachita Parish. - Louisiana Secretary of State Tom Schedler recognizes ULM’s Museum of Natural History for outstanding quality, inducting the museum into Louisiana’s Heroes and Heritage Trail. - ULM, the City of Monroe, and the Monroe-West Monroe Convention & Visitors Bureau collaborate on the $1 million University Park softball complex. The complex is used year-round by area youth who compete in baseball, softball and football; the park is also used for tournaments that attract families from all over the country. - ULM’s beautiful campus is recognized by the Monroe Garden Study League, a member of The Garden Club of America. The Conservation Committee of the Garden Club of America awarded ULM the Club Civic Improvement Commendation. Student Success - ULM’s Water Ski Team dominates at the World University Championships held in Los Morros, Chile, January 2012. ULM has the most competitors and the greatest number of medal winners of any university in the world. - ULM Warhawk baseball team claims the 2012 Sun Belt Tournament Championship, making its fifth appearance in the NCAA Tournament. - Students within the College of Health Sciences earn a consistent 100% passage rate on national licensure examinations or scores that were significantly higher than the national average. - ULM student-athletes graduate at the highest single year rate of any Louisiana university according to NCAA’s Federal Graduation Report. - ULM’s Biology Department scores three first place wins at the 86th Annual Meeting of the Louisiana Academy of Sciences in Alexandria, competing against participants from 32 institutions.

- ULM’s Department of Toxicology develops a new certification program focused on - A ULM toxicology graduate student receives first place for a poster he presented at the 86th Annual Meeting of the Louisiana Academy of Sciences in Alexandria.

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- ULM’s student newspaper, the Hawkeye, wins seven awards in the Louisiana Press Association’s Better Student Newspaper competition. - In its largest graduating class ever, ULM President Nick J. Bruno, Ph.D., awards 891 degrees during the 2012 spring commencement exercises. This also marked the first commencement ceremony to be webcast. Faculty & Staff Excellence - Tina Mullone, ULM assistant professor of dance, is elected to the National Board of the American College Dance Festival Association. - Dr. Terry Jones, professor of history at ULM, publishes articles concerning the Civil War in The New York Times. - The United States Patent & Trademark Office awards ULM’s College of Pharmacy a patent for a new anti-cancer drug designed to control prostate cancer metastasis. Professors in ULM’s basic pharmaceutical sciences department developed the new drug based on components found in the Red Sea sponge. - The Association of Women’s Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses presents a ULM nursing faculty member with the 2012 Novice Researcher Award. - KEDM Public Radio, 90.3 FM, wins 14 awards in the Louisiana Associated Press Broadcasters Association Contest, including eight first-place citations. - ULM’s former athletic trainer Robert Williams is inducted into the Louisiana Athletic Trainers Hall of Fame for serving more than 30 years as an athletic trainer at ULM. - Computing Center staff upgrades ULM’s new mobile app to include popular photo upload feature. - Governor Bobby Jindal names Dr. Mary Gauthier-Lewis, assistant dean for ULM’s College of Pharmacy at the Baton Rouge campus, a representative for the Medicaid Pharmaceutical and Therapeutics Committee. Alumni Achievements - Richard Harris (B.S. ‘97), an alum of ULM’s School of Construction Management, is named as one of the Engineering News-Record’s “Top 20 Under 40” for Texas and Louisiana. - Susie Morgan (’74, ’76), an alum of ULM’s College of Education, is appointed as a federal judge by U.S. President Barack Obama. - Keith Stellman, (B.S. ’96), an alum of ULM’s atmospheric sciences program, is the new Meteorologist-in-Charge of the National Weather Service in Atlanta. - Col. Joanne F. Sheridan (B.A. ’83), the Louisiana National Guard’s assistant adjutant general-Army, is promoted to the rank of brigadier general and has the one-star insignia pinned on her uniform. Sheridan, who graduated with a degree in sociology, is Louisiana National Guard’s first female General.

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THIS IS OUACHITA PARISH

Welcome to Our Neighborhood.

air service to Dallas, Houston and Atlanta. In addition, Ouachita Parish Ouachita Parish offers a great is home to the new Greater Ouachita combination of southern charm with Parish Port, an inland container port that connects Ouachita Parish industry with the world.

a small town feel, urban amenities and suburban comforts. Located on the banks of the Ouachita River in Northeast Louisiana at the crossroads of Interstate 20 and U.S. Highway 165, the area has a mild climate, friendly neighbors and a host of recreational opportunities. Residents enjoy the unsurpassed beauty of the region, cultural diversity and a nurturing environment.

younger students, there are several outstanding public and private schools in the region.

Monroe and West Monroe serve as the medical hub for Northeast Louisiana with three medical centers, The Monroe community is linked three specialty hospitals, a cancer with some of the biggest names in treatment center, and a wide array of business. Delta Airlines and Coca Cola medical specialists. trace their beginnings to Monroe and CenturyLink, the nation’s third Ouachita Parish is also the retail hub largest telecommunications provider, for the region boasting the largest is headquartered in Monroe. In addition, national corporations like Graphic Packaging, Dow Chemical, JP Morgan Chase and Con Agra Lamb Weston have a presence in the region. Thanks to these industry giants and their many suppliers, the region provides abundant career opportunities for ULM graduates and area residents.

Monroe is home to the University of Louisiana at Monroe, which offers exceptional undergraduate and graduate programs and has an enrollment of 8,500 students. The The new Monroe Regional Airport region is also home to Louisiana is the gateway to the region with Delta Community College. For 55


shopping mall in Northeast Louisiana. Shoppers will also discover unique shops, charming antique stores and the new

to watch college and high school athletic events throughout the year. For golfers, the region provides outstanding public and private courses. These outdoor offerings are supplemented by numerous indoor activities, like shopping, visiting museums, attending the theatre and listening to excellent musicians.

RiverMarket in downtown Monroe. The region features superb local restaurants, like Warehouse #1, Cotton, Sage and The Waterfront, along with familiar favorites like The Olive Garden, Outback, Applebee’s, For festival goers the region offers a Red Lobster and Logan’s. plethora of opportunities. Ouachita Parish is home to Delta Fest, The Celtic The Ouachita Parish area provides a Fest, The Southern Fried Festival, Art wealth of recreational opportunities. Fest and Christmas on the River. There Whether leisurely boating down are even more annual festivals to the Ouachita River, bicycling be found throughout the Northeast through beautiful parks or hunting Louisiana Region. for bargains at unique shops or meandering through the Louisiana Ouachita Parish has so much to offer Purchase Gardens and Zoo, Monroe is visitors and new residents, but our the perfect setting. greatest asset is our people who are warm, friendly and welcoming. We Outdoor activities are possible invite you to come and experience year round with winter months Ouachita Parish with its graceful considerably milder here than in southern charm. You will discover the north. The area has some of that this is the perfect place to live, the best hunting and fishing in the work and raise a family. south and numerous opportunities Accommodations Monroe-West Monroe has more than 1800 quality hotel rooms which are convenient to numerous facilities throughout the region. Among the major hotels in the region are: The Courtyard by Marriott, TownePlace Suites, Hilton Garden Inn, Hampton Inn, Clarion Inn & Suites, Holiday Inn Express, Residence Inn, The Atrium, Wingate Inn, Super 8, Motel 6 and several others. 56

Helpful Websites: www.monroe.org www.monroe-westmonroe.org www.ci.monroe.la.us.


tHE COLLEGES OF ULM UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Art Atmospheric Sciences Biology Chemistry Communication Studies Criminal Justice Dance English Foreign Languages General Studies Geosciences Gerontology History Mass Communication Mathematics & Physics Military Science Music Political Science Social Work Sociology Theatre Visual & Performing Arts

COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Accounting Agribusiness Aviation Management Computer Information Systems Computer Science Construction Management Finance General Business Management Marketing Risk Management & Insurance

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION AND HUMAN DEVELOPMENT Curriculum & Instruction Educational Leadership & Counseling Kinesiology Office of Field Experiences Psychology COLLEGE OF PHARMACY Toxicology Pharmacy COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES Dental Hygiene Health Studies Medical Laboratory Science Nursing Occupational Therapy Radiologic Technology Speech Language Pathology

GRADUATE PROGRAMS DOCTOR OF EDUCATION

Curriculum and Instruction DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY

Marriage & Family Therapy MASTER OF ARTS IN TEACHING Elementary Education Alternative Certification (1-5) Special Education Alternative Certification (6-12) Special Education Alternatice Certification Mild/Moderate (1-12) Multiple Levels (K-12) MASTER OF BUSINESS EDUCATION Business Adminstration

MASTER OF ARTS Mass Communications Communication Studies Criminal Justice English Long-Term Care Adminstration Program Administration Aging Studies History Marriage & Family Therapy MASTER OF EDUCATION Early Child Education Elementary Education Instruc Techn Faci Middle School Education Reading Secondary Education Special Education Educational Technology Leadership Educational Leadership MASTER OF SCIENCE Clinical Mental Health Counseling Biology Speech-Language Pathology Exercise Science Psychology NONDEGREE / CERTIFICATE PROGRAM NDGR Nondegree PLUS + 30 GERT Gerontology (Certificate Only) TCER Teacher (Cerificate Only) ACER Adminstrative Certification

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SUN BELT CONFERENCE Formed in 1976 the Sun Belt Conference quickly rose to the greatest heights of collegiate athletics by sending a team to the NCAA Final Four in the league’s first year of existence. Fast forward 36 years and the league again finds itself at the pinnacle of collegiate athletics as a member of the 11-league alliance of the Bowl Championship Series. During the 2012-13 season the Sun Belt Conference’s membership will consist of Arkansas-Little Rock, Arkansas State, Florida Atlantic, FIU, Louisiana-Lafayette, Louisiana-Monroe, Middle Tennessee, North Texas, South Alabama, Troy and Western Kentucky University. Ten of the 11 current Sun Belt members play football at the Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) level. As the conference moves forward to the year 2013, the league will be comprised of 12 members with Arkansas-Little Rock, Arkansas State, Georgia State, Florida Atlantic, Louisiana-Lafayette, Louisiana-Monroe, Middle Tennessee, South Alabama, Texas-Arlington, Texas State, Troy and Western Kentucky University. The reformatted league will have 10 football playing members of the 12 total members. The league’s new look will feature two evenly matched and geographically logical divisions divided into an East Division and West Division. Because of its status as a member of the Football Bowl Subdivision, the Sun Belt Conference has a permanent seat on the NCAA’s 18-member Board of Directors. As a result, the conference has a crucial voice on some of the most pressing issues in college athletics and will always have a role in the implementation of any future NCAA legislation and guidelines. The conference continues to utilize television to grow and promote the league and its member institutions. The Sun Belt Conference signed a new multi-year agreement with ESPN, Inc. in 2012 that will result in unprecedented national coverage for the league. Fans of the Sun Belt Conference can look forward to seeing more Sun Belt teams playing on national television on ESPN and ESPN2 and additionally the new ESPN deal will result in more coverage on ESPNU. ESPN will continue to televise the conference’s men’s basketball championship game for the 32nd straight season in 2013, marking its longest affiliation with any conference in the country. The conference’s regional television partnership with Comcast/Charter Sports Southeast (CSS) and Cox Sports Television (CST) enables live telecasts of Sun Belt events to reach millions of households. The addition of volleyball, baseball and softball to the conference’s television package has resulted in more national and regional television exposure for the league than at any time in its history.

The world has taken notice of the Sun Belt Conference as well. Proof of that comes as the league now has two automatic tie-ins to postseason bowl games. The R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl agreement with the Sun Belt Conference ensures that a Sun Belt team will play in that bowl game through 2013 (the league has sent a team to that game every year since the game’s inception in 2001). The Sun Belt Conference also recently signed an extension with the GoDaddy.com Bowl, played annually in Mobile, Alabama, that will ensure that a Sun Belt team plays in that bowl game through 2017. Sun Belt member institutions showed continued progress with the latest release of the NCAA’s Academic Progress Rate (APR) scores and the future of the league’s APR scores looks bright as well. In 2011, the Division I Board of Directors voted to move the minimum academic standard for postseason participation from 900 to 930. Additionally, the previous benchmark score of 925 that could result in sanctions will also change to 930. The new postseason eligibility structure will take effect in the 201213 academic year, with a two-year implementation window before the benchmark moves from 900 to 930. For access to postseason competition in 2012-13 and 2013-14, teams must achieve a 900 multi-year APR or a 930 average over the most recent two years to be eligible. Fortunately for the Sun Belt, the good news is that 94 percent of current member institutions are already scoring at or above the 930 mark. The most recent APR scores are multi-year rates based on the scores from the 2007-08, 2008-09, 2009-10 and 2010-11 academic years. Prominent Sun Belt alumni include NFL Hall of Fame football player “Mean” Joe Greene (North Texas) former All-Star baseball player Luis Gonzalez (South Alabama), former All-Star baseball player Mike Lowell (2007 MLB World Series MVP, FIU), former member of the United States Senate and House of Representatives John Breaux (Louisiana-Lafayette), country music superstar Tim McGraw (Louisiana-Monroe) and actor Andy Garcia (FIU). The conference’s first 36 years have also produced numerous individual national champions along with Olympic track medalists including Earl Bell, Tom Hill and Al Joyner (Arkansas State), Hollis Conway (Louisiana-Lafayette), and Tayna Lawrence (FIU). Old Dominion’s Anne Donovan, who received the Naismith Trophy recognizing the nation’s top women’s basketball player in 1983, helped the United States win the Olympic gold medal in 1984 and helped the Lady Monarchs capture the national championship in 1985.

Success has been easy to find in recent years as well. Since the 2007 football season, the Sun Belt Conference ranks fifth out of the 11 FBS conferences in postseason bowl game winning percentage. In fact, the Sun Belt Conference ranks ahead of noted “Big Six” leagues – the ACC, Pac-12 and the Big Ten. Furthermore, the Sun Belt Conference outpaces its non-automatic qualifying BCS partners in the WAC, Conference USA and the MAC.

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Can you name all 14 Sun Belt member institutions?

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ACADEMIC SUCCESS

ULM earns elite certification for athletic counselors ULM has become only one of 20 institutions in the country to earn certification for athletic counselors from the National Association of Academic Advisors for Athletics or N4A. N4A offers certification to college and university academic support programs for student athletes through an extensive and rigorous application process. The purpose of program certification is to ensure that an academic support unit can provide a basic set of services to student-athletes. “The level of professionalism demonstrated by the academic counselors and the entire staff in pursuing this accreditation is remarkable,” commented Brett Bennett, assistant professor and head of ULM’s department of Radiologic Technology.

“Next to watching these student-athletes walk across the stage at commencement, this is about as good as it gets,” said Dr. Kathy Parker, coordinator of Athletic Academic Counseling in the Clarke M. Williams Student Success Center. “I am lucky to have great student-athletes, coaches, and a director who are supportive of our efforts; and peers, colleagues and superiors who appreciate good work.” “Our job as athletic academic counselors is not to make life easy for student-athletes, but to act in a manner consistent with what is in their long-term best interests,” continued Parker. “This certification bestowed by those who are experts in the field tells me that we are doing the right things for the right reasons.”

Bennett serves as the university’s Faculty Athletic Representative.

ULM joins Louisiana State University as the only other Louisiana institution to be certified.

“Since Dr. Bruno arrived and made the structural changes to the athletic department, we have seen the academic performance of the student-athlete improve greatly,” continued Bennett.

To earn the certification, ULM was subject to site visit to ensure that all aspects of certification were met.

According to the N4A website, certification demonstrates that a program uses industryrespected standards and best practices. Certification can improve overall performance, remove uncertainty, and widen market opportunities. Certification also helps to demonstrate that the university support program for studentathletes is run effectively. “We certainly are excited about this recent honor,” said Bobby Staub, ULM Athletic Director. “It validates the approach we’ve taken, which has been made through the tireless efforts of so many on our campus, particularly our academic counselors. This is truly great news and well deserved.” Academic support programs for student-athletes are designed to assist them with their goal of graduation. Recognizing which universities and colleges have a demonstrated commitment to the academic support of student-athletes is critical information for athletes to consider when selecting a school.

“It was my pleasure to conduct ULM’s N4A certification review,” stated Christine Jackson, past N4A President and current Director of Student Services at the University of Louisville. “The commitment that President Bruno, Athletics Director Staub, and Director of Retention Mrs. Michaelides have to the ULM’s student-athletes should be commended. To be one of twenty institutions earning an N4A certification is a tremendous honor. ULM’s dedication to their student-athletes’ well-being was evident on my visit.” Barbara Michaelides, Director of Retention and head of the Office of Athletic Academics, spearheaded the push toward certification. “The N4A certification confirms that ULM student-athletes are receiving the best academic services possible to promote academic excellence. I am proud of our team - Dr. Kathy Parker, Ms. Meghan Eddy, and Mr. Mike Anderson - whose dedication and commitment foster positive academic outcomes for athletics. We are also privileged to work with many offices across campus and a great coaching staff in support of ULM student-athletes, a team effort that makes ULM stand out.”

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The ULM Student Athlete Services program focuses on five areas:

ULM STUDENT-ATHLETE ACADEMIC SERVICES STAFF

ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE: Academic counseling and assessment, time management, study skills, tutorial assistance, study halls, scholarship applications, communication skills, mentor programs, awards, honors and recognitions. ATHLETIC EXCELLENCE: Broad athletic programs, quality facilities and equipment, coaching support staff, competetive scheduling, media relations and exposure, athletic training and health care, spirit groups and administrative support.

Dr. Kathy Parker Coordinator of Academic Counseling

Michael Anderson Academic Counselor

Meghan Eddy

Academic Counselor

CAREER DEVELOPMENT: Career counseling, applying and interviewing for jobs, networking, placement, summer and vacation employment, graduate school and internships. PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT: Social development, personal health, alcohol and drug education, fundamental values, ethics awareness, values clarification, emotional health, support groups, stress management, spiritual needs, peer counseling and fiscal responsibility. SERVICE: Active community outreach participation, volunteer work in schools and the community, leadership training and citizenship.

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ULM STRENGTH & CONDITIONING

JOE GIRARDI

BRET HUTH

Head Football Strength & Conditioning Coach Strength & Conditioning Coordinator

CORY CASTRO

Strength & Conditioning Assistant

DANIELLE LEWIS

Strength & Conditioning Assistant

BRIAN SEITZ

Strength & Conditioning Assistant

The ULM Strength and Conditioning Department is built around enhancing our athlete’s ability to perform both physically and mentally, on and off the field of play. Physically our objective is to prepare our athletes to compete at a championship level and to prevent injury on and off the field. This is attained by training at a maximal level and incorporating both sport specific and position specific exercises in the weight room and on the field. Our various “prehab” techniques and close partnership with the Athletic Training Department allows us to keep our athletes safe and prevent injury before it occurs. Mentally our objective is to prepare our athletes for the rigors and demands of competition on the field and in life. We look to enhance our athletes’ ability to maintain a high level of focus, maturity, discipline, responsibility, accountability, loyalty, and competitiveness. The ULM Strength and Conditioning Program adheres to and supports all aspects of the NCAA and the Sun Belt Conference. -Joe Girardi, MS, SCCC Director of Football Strength and Conditioning

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ULM SPORTS MEDICINE

j.d. Dunavant

Head Athletic Trainer

JESSICA VEILLON Graduate Assistant

JENNIFER WINNINGHAM

JEREMY TURBLUM

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Assistant Athletic Trainer

TIM VIGUE

CORDARIUS WAYNE

Graduate Assistant

KRISTEN HUNDERTMARK Graduate Assistant

KERRIANN NAPORA Graduate Assistant

AMBER O’Quinn Graduate Assistant

Graduate Assistant

It is the mission of the ULM Athletic Training Department to provide reasonable medical coverage for all studentathletes who compete in intercollegiate athletics at ULM. In addition to providing medical coverage for studentathletes, it is also the mission of the ULM Athletic Training Department to facilitate educational development of the athletic training students through clinical instruction.

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WE ARE WARHAWKS The Rise of the Warhawks Moving into the Sun Belt Conference in the 2006-07 season, ULM’s athletic department completed a transformation of sorts. Unique to the program, ULM’s Warhawk moniker is the only one at the highest level of NCAA competition and one of only two Warhawks at any collegiate level in the entire nation. ULM’s Warhawks provide fans with multiple points of pride to rally behind. The mascot holds local historical connection to the P-40 ‘Warhawk’ airplane flown by northeast Louisiana’s General Claire Chennault and the Flying Tigers of WWII. The Warhawk is also symbolic of the red-shouldered hawk, a local predatory bird commonly found nesting along Bayou DeSiard and soaring above ULM’s athletic facilities year round. On August 30, 2006, ULM mascot ‘ACE THE WARHAWK’ landed. Wearing bomber jacket, flight helmet and goggles, Ace has provided a perfect representation of the dual meaning of ULM’s mascot. Less than two months later, Warhawk I, a live red-shouldered hawk permanently housed at the Louisiana Purchase Gardens and Zoo in Monroe, La., was added to the ULM family of mascots. Warhawk II now resides at the zoo. Since their arrival, ACE and Warhawk II have become vital parts of the ULM community. Including appearances at home athletic events and other activities around campus, the duo rally fans to help the Warhawks achieve victory. The pair also make appearances across the Monroe and West Monroe community, providing educational opportunities for ULM’s youngest fans. The ULM Jr. Warhawk Club is a special membership group for Warhawk fans age 12 and younger. One-year memberships are available and members receive season tickets to all home Warhawk athletic events, a Jr. Warhawk Club t-shirt, membership card and invitations to exclusive Jr. Warhawls Club events.

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A WINNING TRADITION The rafters at Fant-Ewing Coliseum are full and the trophy cases across campus are overflowing with the fruits of ULM’s athletic successes. Beginning with a men’s cross country and track and field conference championship in 1958-59, the Warhawks have a storied run at the top of the standings in each sport over the athletic program’s history. From national championships to basketball Final Fours and collegiate baseball World Series appearances, fans at ULM have become accustomed to watching their teams compete - and win - at the highest level. The Warhawks have advanced to the national semifinals of major tournaments in six different sports and ULM has claimed more than 90 conference championships. The ULM men’s squads have claimed all-sports titles 14 times, including four in the Gulf States Conference (1963, ‘64, ‘65, ‘69), the Atlantic Sun (1980, ‘81, ‘82), and the Southland Conference (1984, ‘88, ‘90, ‘91, ‘92, ‘93, ‘94). The ULM women have grabbed all-sports titles six times in the Southland Conference (1984, ‘85, ‘87, ‘88, ‘90, ‘94). During the 1984 SLC season, ULM became the first program in conference history to win all sports titles on both the men’s and women’s side. The Warhawks would accomplish the feat three more times. After conquering the Southland Conference, ULM made the move to the Sun Belt Conference and has continued its winning ways. Before the Warhawks had even become full members of their new league, the team had won a football conference championship in 2005. One year later, ULM won a divisional title in men’s basketball and followed that up one season later with a 2008 regular season championship in baseball.

All-time Championship Teams Men Sun Belt Conference Football (2001-present) 2005: Football Sun Belt Conference All Sports (2006-present) 2008: Baseball (season) 2006-07: Basketball (division) 2012: Baseball (tournament) Southland Conference (1982-2006) 2003-04: Men’s Golf 2001-02: Baseball (season) 1999-00: Baseball (season) 1998-99: Baseball (season) 1996-97: Basketball, Tennis 1995-96: Baseball (season), Basketball (both), Tennis 1994-95: Baseball (tour.), Tennis (tour.) 1993-94: Basketball, Tennis 1992-93: Football, Basketball (both), Tennis 1991-92: Basketball (tournament), Tennis 1990-91: Football, Basketball (both) 1989-90: Basketball (both), Tennis 1988-89: Tennis 1987-88: Football (National Champion), Tennis, Indoor Track, Outdoor Track 1986-87: Cross Country, Tennis, Indoor Track, Outdoor Track 1985-86: Basketball (both), Indoor Track 1984-85: Tennis 1983-84: Tennis 1982-83: Football, Baseball Atlantic Sun Conference (1978-82) 1981-82: Baseball, Basketball (tour.), Cross Country, Tennis 1980-81: Cross Country, Tennis 1979-80: Basketball, Tennis 1978-79: Basketball

All-American Eun Jung Lee-Ok, now associate head coach for the women’s basketball team, led her squad to the 1985 Final Four

The 1987 football team celebrated a Division I-AA National Championship in Pocatello, Idaho

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Gulf States Conference (1953-71) 1969-70: Baseball (national runner-up), Outdoor Track 1968-69: Baseball, Outdoor Track 1967-68: Baseball, Golf 1965-66: Baseball 1964-65: Basketball, Cross Country, Tennis 1963-64: Baseball, Cross Country, Tennis, Outdoor Track 1962-63: Tennis, Outdoor Track 1961-62: Basketball, Cross Country, Outdoor Track 1960-61: Cross Country 1959-60: Outdoor Track 1958-59: Cross Country, Outdoor Track WOMEN Southland Conference (1982-2006) 2004-05: Basketball (season) 2002-03: Tennis (tour.) 1996-97: Tennis, Softball (season) 1995-96: Tennis 1994-95: Tennis 1992-93: Tennis 1991-92: Tennis 1990-91: Tennis 1988-89: Indoor Track, Outdoor Track 1987-88: Outdoor Track 1986-87: Cross Country, Basketball, Indoor Track, Outdoor Track 1985-86: Cross Country, Softball (tour.), Outdoor Track 1984-85: Basketball (NCAA Final Four, Midwest Regional Champion), Softball (tour.) 1983-84: Basketball, Tennis 1982-83: Basketball


ULM RETIRED NUMBERS

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Stan Humphries quarterbacked ULM to the 1987 I-AA National Championship, passing for 1,397 yards and 11 touchdowns in the four playoff wins. He was a first team All-American and the Southland Conference and Louisiana Offensive Player of the Year. Humphries finished his two-year career with 4,395 pass yard and 29 touchdowns. He played in the NFL for 10 years, first with the Washington Redskins. He also led the San Diego Chargers to the franchise’s first and only Super Bowl appearance in 1995.

Glynn Saulters was one of the most prolific scorers in ULM history, netting 2,134 points from 1965-68. Saulters registered over 30 points on 21 different occassions, including the highest scoring game in school history -- 51 points against Nicholls State during the 1967-68 season. A two-time AllAmerican, Saulters also ranks in the top five in school history in scoring average (23.5 ppg) and free-throw percentage (.826). He earned Gulf States Player of the Year honors in both the 1966-67 and 1967-68 seasons. Following his ULM career, Saulters helped the U.S. National Team to the gold medal at the 1968 Olympics. He also played one season with the New Orleans Buccaneers of the American Basketball Association (ABA). Saulters is a member of the ULM Athletics Hall of Fame, the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame and the Louisiana Association of Basketball Coaches Hall of Fame.

Ben Sheets was a consenus All-American for ULM in 1999, helping the Warhawk baseball team to the regular season Southland Conference title and an appearance in the NCAA Tournament. Sheets finished the season 14-1 with a 3.11 ERA and 158 strikeouts in 115.2 innings of work. He was the No. 10 overall pick by the Milwaukee Brewers in the 1999 MLB Draft, and he went on to help the United States to the gold medal during the 2000 Olympics. Sheets made four AllStar games in eight seasons with Brewers and was the NL starter during the 2008 game played at historic Yankee Stadium.

Stan Humphries

Glynn Saulters

Ben Sheets

These six ULM greats are the only athletes to have their numbers retired in the over 80 years of the university.

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Lou St. Amant guided the Warhawk baseball team for 18 seasons and became the all-time winningest baseball coach in school history with 414 victories. His teams won the Atlantic Sun Conference title in 1982 and the Southland Conference crown in 1983 when he was named Coach of the Year. He also served as assistant coach for ULM teams that won conference titles in 1968, 1969 and 1970. The 1970 team went on to the finals of the NAIA national championship tournament. Since retiring, St. Amant has worked as the radio color commentor for ULM football, basketball and baseball games.

Chuck Finley is best known for his stellar MLB career with the California Angels, Cleveland Indians and St. Louis Cardinals which spanned 18 seasons. Finley became the Angel’s all-time wins leader with 165 during 14 seasons with the club. He is also the only pitcher in MLB history to strike out four batters in an inning more than once. Finley made All Star appearances in 1989, 1990, 1995, 1996 and 2000. The southpaw pitched for two seasons at ULM and led the Warhawks in strikeouts in 1984 with 50 and came back with 42 as a senior. He helped the Warhawks win 34 games in 1984, at that time a school record for victories. Finley was inducted into the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame in 2006.

A picture of speed and power, Joe Profit was the all-time rushing leader in the Gulf States Conference with 2,818 yards, which was also the ULM record when he completed his career. The total still ranks fourth in school history. He was all-GSC three straight years, including being named conference Athlete of the Year and AP first team All-American in 1970. He is ULM’s only first round NFL pick, going to the Atlanta Falcons as the seventh overall pick in 1971. Profit was inducted into the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame in 1999.

Lou St. Amant

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Chuck Finley

Joe Profit


ULM’S PROMINENT ALUMNI hope anderson Miss Louisiana 2011 Robert Barham Secretary of Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries Quinn Becker U.S. Army Surgeon General (retired) John C. Blitch Director Project Management, Walt Disney Imagineering TIM BRANDO ESPN and CBS sports personality, Nationally syndicated radio host George M. Campbell President Regions Bank of Louisiana Earl Casey CNN George W. Cole President & CEO, Atlanta, Inc. John Dana Cuny President & CEO, Acordia Benefits of Florida Kristy Curry Head coach Texas Tech women’s basketball KELSI CRAIN Miss Louisiana 2010 Tim Brando Col. William G. Davies Secretary of Defense Health Affairs ESPN and CBS Sports Personality Ladd Ellis, Jr. Director of the Kansas City Service Center, IRS Nationally syndicated radio host Chuck Finley Former MLB All-Star Breaux Greer Four-time Olympian, U.S. Record Holder (Javelin) Bruce Hanks Former Director of Athletics, ULM, Former CEO CenturyLink Ernest Hill Author FRANK HOFFMANN Louisiana District 15 Representative Linda Holyfield CEO, P&S Surgery Center Willie robertson Stan Humphries Retired NFL quarterback CEO of Duck Commander Ronnie Johns Former District 33 Representative Sunil Kumar President & CEO International Specialty Products, Inc. Terry Mathews Former MLB pitcher Jamie Mayo Mayor City of Monroe Charles McDonald Former District 14 Representative TIM McGraw Grammy Award Winner Country Music Singer/Songwriter Mark Mitchell Principal Owner CNH Partners, LLC Tiffany Mock 1994 Miss Louisiana, Actress Bill Montgomery Former District 9 Representative James W. Moore Former President & CEO, Moore Oil Company SUSIE MORGAN Federal Judge (Appointed by President Barack Obama) Calvin Natt Former NBA All-Star Tim McGraw Grammy Award Winner Kenny Natt NBA assistant coach, 2008-09 Interim HC Sacramento Kings Country Singer/Songwriter Dr. David Norris Mayor City of West Monroe Doug Pederson Former NFL Quarterback, AC Philadelphia Eagles William Pryor Federal Judge, Former Attorney General for Alabama Joe Profit President & CEO Telecommunications International, Former NFL Player KATHERINE PUTNAM Miss Louisiana 2009 Willie robertson CEO of Duck Commander, Star of A&E Show “Duck Dynasty” B.J. Robison Senior V.P. Pfizer, Inc. (retired) BEN Sheets MLB All-Star, 2000 Olympic Gold Medalist JOANNE F. SHERIDAN First Female General of Louisiana National Guard Kathryn M. Sullivan President & CEO, Blue Cross/Blue Shield Louisiana Francis Thompson Senator Harry Walker U.S. Army General (retired) Mike Walsworth Senator District 33 Ben Sheets Major League Baseball All-Star James H. Wharton Former Chancellor, Louisiana State University 2000 Olympic Gold Medalist Anita Whitaker Miss Louisiana 1984, Actress Tommy Wright Former District 22 Representative

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THE ULM ATHLETIC FOUNDATION The primary support group for the University of Louisiana at Monroe Athletics is the ULM Athletic Foundation. The Athletic Foundation, founded in 1956, is the main fund-raising organization for the athletics department. What is the Athletic Foundation? The ULM Athletic Foundation is the pillar of support for Warhawk Athletics. It is composed of individuals and businesses with a common mission: to raise financial support and awareness for Warhawk Athletics, positively promote all athletic events, grow our fan and donor base, and enhance the lives of more than 300 student-athletes. Five Ways you can Help ULM Athletics 1. Donate to the Athletic Foundation and “Give 110 percent” of your previous year’s giving. Your gift to the Athletic Foundation allows us to provide much needed financial assistance to the athletics department. Increased funding is vital to improving and maintaining competitiveness in all 16 varsity sports. 2. Recruit friends and colleagues to buy season tickets and donate to the Athletic Foundation. Increased financial support comes from many different revenue sources. Whether participating in a special event, attending home games or making a donation, your financial support is vital to providing a championship experience to every student-athlete! 3. Make a gift toward scholarship endowments or facility upgrades If you are interested in making a once-in-a-lifetime gift to the Athletic Foundation, we will work with you to make sure that your wishes for such an important gift are satisfied. When you make such a gift, we will continue to partner with you in shepherding the contribution as you wish. 4. Let us know if your company has a matching gift program Over 1,000 companies participate in matching gift programs which allow you to double or triple your Athletic foundation contributions. Please check with your Human Resources Department to determine if your company matches gifts for athletic scholarships. Or visit ulm.edu/giftmatch. 5. Include ULM Athletics when preparing or revising your will or estate plan. Many donors choose to make gifts such as trusts and annuities when revising their estates and wills.

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Membership Level Benefit

Warhawk Booster $100

Maroon & Gold $250

P-40 Red-Tailed Warhawk Hawk $500 $750

Football Parking Permit

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C

C

Basketball Parking Permit

N/A

N/A

N/A

Bronze Hawk $1,000

Silver Hawk $2,500

Gold Hawk $5,000

Diamond Hawk $10,000+

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B

A

A

VIP

N/A

N/A

A

A

VIP

Tax Deduction ULMAF Car/Business Decal ULMAF Special Events Opportunity to Purchase Preferred Season Tickets

Away Game Tickets

Priority 8 Priority 7 Priority 6 Priority 5 Priority 4 Priority 3 Priority 2 Priority 1

Option to Purchase Original Chairback Tickets Option to Purchase Open-Air Box Tickets ULM Associates Recognition Warhawk Gear Complimentary Skybox Season Tickets

Single Member Member Member Member & Spouse & Spouse & Spouse

2

4

6

Exclusive Gift Team Travel

(based on availability)

These instruments allow the donor to see the benefit of planned giving while they are still able to stay involved in the athletics program. Another course of action is an outright gift as part of a will or estate plan. Both planned giving and bequests are a great plan to link your legacy to Warhawk Athletics. Tax Information The ULM Athletic Foundation is a qualified taxexempt corporation under Section 501(c)3 of the Internal Revenue Service. Please consult your tax advisor to see how laws apply to your particular gift. The ULM Athletic Foundation tID number is 237399232. To make a gift or find additional information, please

call the ULM Athletic Foundation at (318) 342-5428 or visit us online at ulmwarhawks.com.

ULM Athletic Foundation Anna Gray Noe Alumni Center Room 105 Monroe, LA 71209 318-342-5428 www.gowarhawks.net


2011-12 ATHLETIC SUCCESS

The 2012 ULM baseball team defeated Arkansas State on May 27 in Bowling Green, Ky. for the Sun Belt Championship and its first trip to the NCAA Tournament since 2000.

Wil Browning was named Sun Belt Tournament MVP. Browning went 2-0 with one save to help the Warhawks claim the conference title and secure a berth in the NCAA Tournament (Baton Rouge Regional).

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The ULM football team established itself as having one the best defenses in the country as it finished the 2011 season ranked eighth in the NCAA in rush defense (100 ypg) and 22nd in total defense (326.2 ypg). The rush defense totals also set a new Sun Belt record.

Junior Daniel Mutai made his first appearance at the NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships in the 10,000-meter run. Mutai also made his second appearance at the NCAA Cross Country Championships.

Zuzana Markova was named Second Team All-Louisiana after leading the Warhawks with 330 kills and 463 assists. ULM volleyball finished with its first double-digit win total (10) since 2006.

Senior Larrie Williams earned Third Team All-Sun Belt honors, averaging a career-best 14.8 points per game. Williams became the 16th player in program history to surpass 1,000 career points.

Following his senior season at ULM, Richard McKay finished 11th in the javelin at the United States Olympic Trials in June. McKay qualified for NCAA Regionals all four years and made two NCAA Championship appearances in his career at ULM.

The ULM tennis team had another excellent season in 2012, finishing with a 15-4 overall record. Sophomore Medy Blankvoort led the Warhawks with a 16-1 record to earn All-Sun Belt honors.

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MEDIA INFORMATION ULM MEdia relations staff Alex Edwards Director of Media Relations (Football, Baseball) edwards@ulm.edu

Jeremy Stevens Assistant Director of Media Relations (Soccer, Men’s Basketball) jstevens@ulm.edu

Cameron Weidenthaler Media Relations Assistant (Football, Women’s Basketball, Tennis) weidenthaler@ulm.edu

Tom ritter Media Relations Graduate Assistant (Golf, Volleyball, Sand Volleyball) rittertf@warhawks.ulm.edu

pat manser Media Relations Graduate Assistant (Cross Country, Track & Field, Softball) manserp@warhawks.ulm.edu

ULM ATHLETICS MEDIA RELATIONS The ULM Athletic Media Relations department is located on the main concourse level of Fant-Ewing Coliseum next to the basketball ticket booth in room 123. The mailing and overnight address for the ULM Athletic Media Relations Department is: ULM Media Relations 308 Warhawk Way Monroe, LA 71209-4108 Media Relations Main Phone...................................(318) 342-5463 Media Relations Fax................................................(318) 342-5464 ulmwarhawks.com Log onto ulmwarhawks.com for the latest information on ULM athletics, including statistics, rosters, bios, schedules, press conferences, quotes and more.

primary media outlets Print

Television

The News-Star Fred Phillips, Sports Editor Tabby Soignier, ULM Beat 411 North 4th St., Monroe, LA 71201 Office: (318) 362-0287 Fax: (318) 362-0279 www.thenewsstar.com

KNOE-TV 8 (CBS) Aaron Dietrich, Sports Director P.O. Box 4067, Monroe, LA 71201 Office: (318) 388-8888, ext. 274 Fax: (318) 325-3405

Ouachita Citizen (Weekly) Jimmy Touchet, Sports Editor 810 Natchitoches St., West Monroe, LA 71291 Office: (318) 487-6353 Fax: (318) 325-2285 Alexandria Town-Talk Randy Benson, Sports Editor 1201 Third St., Alexandria, LA 71306 Office: (318) 487-6353 Fax: (318) 487-6315 Shreveport Times Scott Ferrell, Sports Editor 222 Lake St., Shreveport, LA 71101 Office: (318) 459-3300 Fax: (318) 459-3301 Baton Rouge Advocate Butch Muir, Sports Editor 525 Lafayette St., Baton Rouge, LA 70801 Office: (225) 383-1111 Fax: (225) 388-0318 New Orleans Times-Picayune Doug Tatum, Sports Editor Ted Lewis, Beat Writer 3800 Howard Ave., New Orleans, LA 70125 Office: (504) 826-3300 Fax (504) 826-3401 ULM Hawkeye (Campus Weekly) University of Louisiana at Monroe Office: (318) 342-5457 Fax: (318) 342-5452

KTVE-TV 10 (NBC) Gene Ponti, Sports Director 200 Pavilion Rd., West Monroe, LA 71292 Office: (318) 323-1972, ext. 151 Fax: (318) 807-0588 Radio The Radio People (Flagship) P.O. Box 4808, Monroe, LA 71203 Office: (318) 388-2323 Fax: (318) 322-6936 ESPN 97.7 FM Nick White, Sports Director 500 North Monroe Street, Ruston, LA 71270 Office: (318) 255-5000 Fax: (318) 255-5084 KXUL-FM University of Louisiana at Monroe Stubbs Hall, Monroe, LA 71201 Office: (318) 342-5660 Fax: (318) 342-5664 ONLINE www.warhawkreport.com Dusty Thibodeaux, Publisher dusty@warhawkreport.com Member of Rivals.com Network www.warhawknation.com Matt Wilson, Publisher mattwilson3@comcast.net Member of Scout.com Network

Associated Press Bret Martel 1515 Poydras, Suite 2500 New Orleans, LA 70112 Office: (800) 662-7717 Fax: (504) 586-0531

ULM Athletics Online ULM on Facebook.....................................facebook.com/warhawks ULM on Twitter...................................... twitter.com/ulmwarhawks

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2013 ULM Softball Schedule Date

Opponent

Location

Time (Central)

Feb 7-10 Feb 7 Feb 8 Feb 9 Feb 9 Feb 10

ULM Mardi Gras Classic Grambling State UC-Santa-Barbara Southeast Missouri State Wichita State Mississippi Valley State

Monroe, La. Monroe, La. Monroe, La. Monroe, La. Monroe, La. Monroe, La.

6:00 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 1:15 p.m. 3:15 p.m. 3:15 p.m.

Feb 15-17 Feb 15 Feb 16 Feb 16 Feb 17 Feb 17

UNLV Easton Desert Classic BYU Oregon Seattle UCLA Ohio

Las Vegas/Henderson, Nev. Henderson, Nev. Las Vegas, Nev. Henderson, Nev. Henderson, Nev. Henderson, Nev.

8:00 p.m. 11:00 a.m. 3:30 p.m. 11:00 a.m. 1:15 p.m.

Feb 22-24 Feb 22 Feb 22 Feb 23 Feb 23 Feb 24

Arkansas Invitational Murray State Arkansas St. Louis TBA Championship Game/3rd Place

Fayetteville, Ark. Fayetteville, Ark. Fayetteville, Ark. Fayetteville, Ark. Fayetteville, Ark. Fayetteville, Ark.

12:30 p.m 5:30 p.m. 10:00 a.m. TBA TBA

Mar1-2 Mar 1 Mar 1 Mar 2 Mar 2

Lady Demon Invitational Northwestern State Louisiana Tech Alcorn State Louisiana Tech

Natchitoches, La. Natcihtoches, La. Natchitoches, La. Natchitoches, La. Natchitoches, La.

12:00 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 10:00 a.m. 5:30 p.m.

Mar 6 Mar 7

*Florida Atlantic *Florida Atlantic

Boca Raton, Fla. Boca Raton, Fla.

6:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. / 7:00 p.m.

Mar 9-10 Mar 9 Mar 9 Mar 10 Mar 10

Florida Atlantic Invitational Michigan State Florida A&M Kansas Stony Brook

Boca Raton, Fla. Boca Raton, Fla. Boca Raton, Fla. Boca Raton, Fla. Boca Raton, Fla.

10:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m. 8:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m.

Mar 14 Mar 19 Mar 23 Mar 24 Mar 29 Mar 30 Apr 3 Apr 6 Apr 7 Apr 10 Apr 13 Apr 14 Apr 17 Apr 20 Apr 21 Apr 24 Apr 27 Apr 28 May 4 May 5

Lamar McNeese State *Troy *Troy *Middle Tennessee *Middle Tennessee Jackson State *FIU *FIU Memphis *Western Kentucky *Western Kentucky Mississippi *South Alabama *South Alabama Central Arkansas *North Texas *North Texas *Louisiana-Lafayette *Louisiana-Lafayette

Monroe, La. Lake Charles, La. Troy, Ala. Troy, Ala. Monroe, La. Monroe, La. Jackson, Miss. Monroe, La. Monroe, La. Monroe, La. Bowling Green, Ky. Bowling Green, Ky. Oxford, Miss. Monroe, La. Monroe, La. Monroe, La. Denton, Texas Denton, Texas Monroe, La. Monroe, La.

May 8-11 May 17-19 May 24-26 May 30- Jun 5

Sun Belt Conference Tournament NCAA Regionals NCAA Super Regionals College World Series

Troy, Ala. TBA TBA Oklahoma City, Okla.

4:00 p.m / 6:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. / 3:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m./ 6:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. / 6:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. / 3:00 p.m. 12:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. / 6:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. / 4:00 p.m. 11:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m. / 6:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m.

* indicates Sun Belt Conference game. Home games are bolded. Games time are Central subject to change.

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