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2011 Roster

No. Name Yr. 2 Meagan Guy Jr. 3 Ashley Daniels RS So. 4 Hilary Hopkins Sr. 5 Ali Ferraro Fr. 6 Krista MacKenzie So. 7 Katie Enaire Sr. 8 Brianna Mahoney So. 9 Sammy Macy Sr. 10 Caelyn Ford Jr. 12 Heather Ross RS Sr. 14 Elyssa Boris Jr. 16 Melissa Effertz Fr. 19 Rachel Schafler Sr. 20 Katie Mazure So. 23 Kristie Kyzer Sr. 24 Lindsi Panarelli Jr.

Pos. SS/IF OF/IF 3B/DP SS/IF OF/IF IF/OF 3B/SS P/OF 3B/1B 3B/IF P/1B IF/OF P C C C/3B

T/H Ht. R/R 5-6 B/R 5-5 R/R 5-6 R/R 5-4 L/R 5-3 R/R 5-5 R/R 5-5 R/R 5-9 R/R 5-7 L/R 5-3 R/R 6-0 R/R 5-3 R/R 5-4 R/R 5-8 R/R 5-6 R/R 5-10

Hometown/High School (College) Berlin, Conn./Berlin Medford, Mass./Arlington Catholic San Diego, Calif./Poway Kingston, N.Y./Kingston Ipswich, Mass./Ipswich Amesbury, Mass./Amesbury Billerica, Mass./Billerica Tewksbury, Mass./Tewksbury Dracut, Mass./Dracut Waltham, Mass./Waltham Gardner, Mass./Gardner Oceanside, Calif./Rancho Buena Vista Floral Park, N.Y./Floral Park Burlington, Mass./Burlington Boxborough, Mass./Acton-Boxborough (Bryant)

Shrewsbury, Mass./Shrewsbury

Head Coach: Sean Cotter (Connecticut, 1997), Second season Assistant Coaches: Danielle Mason, Jen Yee Strength & Conditioning Coach: Jason Beauparlant

UMass Lowell Quick Facts

Location:................................................................................................... Lowell, Mass. Enrollment:............................................................................................................7,000 Founded:.....1975 (Merger of Lowell State College and Lowell Technological Institute) President.......................................................................................... Dr. Jack M. Wilson Chancellor:......................................................................................... Martin T. Meehan Colors:.................................................................................Red, White and Royal Blue Nickname:..................................................................................................River Hawks Field:.....................................................................................................River View Field Affiliation:................................................ NCAA Division II/NCAA Division I Ice Hockey Conference:............................................................................................... Northeast-10 Director of Athletics:.............................................................................Dana K. Skinner Head Athletic Trainer:................................................................................. Artie Poitras Interim Associate Athletic Trainer (Softball):...................... Keri Ann Maresca, MS, ATC Head Coach:............................................................ Sean Cotter (Second year, 23-27) 2009 Record:...................................................................... 23-27 (15-15 Northeast-10) Assistant Coaches: . .............................................................. Danielle Mason, Jen Yee Softball Office Phone: . ......................................................................... (978) 934-3977 Director of Athletic Media Relations:.Chris O'Donnell • christopher_odonnell@uml.edu Assistant Director (Softball):... Elizabeth Paige Fierman • elizabeth_fierman@uml.edu Athletic Media Relations Phone.................................................. (978) 934-2306, 2304 Athletic Media Relations Fax:................................................................ (978) 934-2313


2011 OUTLOOK The River Hawks are flying south for “The kids that are with us have truly the spring and beginning Feb. 25, bought into UMass Lowell softball. It’s UMass Lowell softball’s 2011 season been really exciting to will officially be under watch their growth, on way. The squad, selected and off the field, over the sixth in the Northeast-10 last year,” Cotter said. Preseason Coaches’ “As a team, we are menPoll, is the conference’s tally stronger and have first team to hit the field improved offensively this season with a trip to and defensively over the Eckerd’s Triton Spring last 12 months. Invitational. “It starts with our First on the docket is senior class,” Cotter a noon clip against Nova said. “Heather Ross Southeastern tomorrow, (Waltham, Mass.), Hilary followed by a 2:30 p.m. Hopkins (Poway, Calif.) game against host-school and Rachel Schafler Sophomore 3B Bri Mahoney Eckerd. Also on the trip (Floral Park, N.Y.), who will be games against Palm have all gotten sigBeach Atlantic, Saint Leo, Lynn and nificantly better since May of last year. Tampa, spanning Friday through SunHopkins might be our most improved day. player during that time. The team is coming off a 23-27 record in 2010 with an even 15-15 Pitching record in conference play. Pitcher As far as pitching is concerned, the Elyssa Boris (Gardner, Mass.) and River Hawks return their ace in Boris, infielder Krista MacKenzie (Ipswich, who finished her sophomore year with Mass.) were honored by the NE-10 as a 2.93 ERA and 10-12 record with 38 Second Team All-Conference and Allappearances and 21 starts. The GardRookie selections, respectively. The ner, Mass. native also broke the school River Hawks more than doubled their record with 12 homeruns on the year win total from 2009 and earned a No. 7 and batted .333 on the year with a .707 seed in the NE-10 Tournament before slugging percentage. being knocked out in the first round. Schafler will also see significant time Second year head coach Sean in the circle, coming off 19 relief appearCotter says his squad is excited to get ances in 2010. She amassed a 5.60 going early and watch all their hard ERA and 0-1 record with 14 strikeouts in work in the off-season translate to a 25.0 innings. successful 2011 campaign. “Obviously we have less arms this The River Hawks boast much more year, but sometimes the old adage ‘less experience than last year’s team, is more,’ applies,” said Cotter. “Boris is which graduated just one senior, Kate- ready to be one of the top pitchers in the lyn Hebert (Lowell, Mass.). This year’s NE-10 and Schafler is prepared to have team is filled with 10 upperclassmen, the best season of her career.” a quartet of sophomores and its only Experienced catchers Lindsi Pantwo freshmen were also members of arelli (Shrewsbury, Mass.) and Kristie the UMass Lowell field hockey team Kyzer (Boxborough, Mass.) also return this fall, so they are well-aware of the to the lineup this year, helping to anchor commitment and dedication necessary the pitchers throughout the season. to be a collegiate student-athlete.


2011 OUTLOOK and outfield positions and can come off Returners The infield will be full of experience the bench and hit.” Seniors Katie Enaire (Amesbury, with MacKenize and junior Meagan Mass.) and Sammy Macy (TewksGuy (Berlin, Conn.) and second and bury, Mass.) were both shortstop with sophofour-year standouts that more Brianna Mahoney own multiple offensive (Billerica, Mass.) and program records for senior Heather Ross the UMass Lowell field (Waltham, Mass.) at the hockey team. Enaire can corners. also play in the infield and MacKenize led the the outfield, while Macy team with a .413 batting will add some more depth average, while Guy, to the pitching rotation for Ross and Mahoney the River Hawks. were the only three “Macy and Enaire River Hawks to see have been pleasant action in every contest surprises who have last year. Mahoney batimproved quickly in our ted .355 while Guy and system,” Cotter said. Ross ranked second “The best part is all four and third on the team of these new additions with a combined 26 were part of the 2010 Nastolen bases. Sophomore Krista MacKenzie tional Champion UMass Also returning are Lowell field hockey team, catcher Katie Mazure (Burlington, Mass.) and outfielders Ash- so they all know how to win.” ley Daniels (Medford, Mass.), Caelyn Getting Started on the Right Foot Ford (Dracut, Mass.) who Cotter says Starting the season before the rest are three of the tougher kids on the of their NE-10 foes, the River Hawks will squad. have the advantage of making adjust “They are multidimensional, which ments and molding themselves before has been a theme with our team,” Cotter said. “But all three are so much they even fly down south for the second time, making their annual pilgrimage better than they were a year ago, it’s to Florida over spring break to play 12 scary.” games. In addition to the Triton Invitational, the squad will have 18 games Newcomers Joining the team this year are fresh- under their belt before returning north for men Melissa Effertz (Oceanside, Calif.) games at Post and Felician at the end of March. and Ali Ferraro (Kingston, N.Y.), who After that, it’s straight into the comwere the first two freshman recruits petitive NE-10 schedule, beginning with Cotter inked at UMass Lowell. Effertz is a versatile player that can switch hit, Stonehill, Saint Anselm and Merrimack play both infield and the outfield, while all at home. The UMass Lowell schedule is full Ferraro is a quick, athletic infielder. this year, stocked with talented teams “Effertz and Ferraro have been exand healthy competition. The squad will actly what we thought they would be,” Cotter said. “They are very athletic ball be put to the test early and is prepared for the long season ahead. players who can play a lot of spots. They give us depth at all of the infield


THE COACHING STAFF Head Coach Sean Cotter

Sean Cotter, a native of Norwich, Conn., was named head coach of the UMass Lowell softball program on August 4, 2009 and has guided the River Hawks to a 23-27 record overall, as well as an all-time coaching record of 310-213 in his career. In the season prior to Cotter's arrival, the squad played to a 10-31-1 record in 2009, and his arrival on River View Field saw them more than double their win total in 2010. The River Hawks battled to an even 15-15 in Northeast-10 Conference action and earned a trip to the 2010 Tournament. In his first season, he coached P/DP Elyssa Boris to the NE-10 All-Conference Second Team and 2B Krista MacKenzie to the All-Rookie Team, as well. Cotter also hit the 300 career-win milestone on April 13, 2010 against Saint Michael's. He has also spearheaded the Trick-or-Treat for Charity initiative at UMass Lowell, organizing the large-scale community outreach project that sees his team go door-to-door in the Greater Lowell community, collecting canned goods for a local food bank and candy to send overseas to the US Troops abroad. Cotter, who had previously spent the last 10 years as head coach at Plattsburgh State and one season prior as head coach at Post (CT) University, replaced Harry Sauter, who retired after 15 years and a 367-330-4 record with the River Hawks. Through his 11 years of head coaching experience, Cotter has compiled an overall record of 287-186. Cotter was named the head coach at Plattsburgh in 2000 and compiled an overall record of 254-172 which included 10 straight appearances in the State University of New York Athletic Conference (SUNYAC) Tournament, two SUNYAC regular season titles, two NCAA Tournament appearances, and one SUNYAC Tournament championship. Cotter enjoyed perhaps his best season in 2007 when he guided the Cardinals to a 37-14 overall record (16-4 SUNYAC, second), the NCAA Division III Northeast Region Championship and a fourth-place showing at the Division III Softball World Series. Cotter was named the NFCA Northeast Region Coach of the Year and a finalist for NFCA Division II Coach of the Year honors. That season followed a memorable 2006 campaign in which Plattsburgh went 40-9 overall and 19-1 in the SUNYAC, winning both the regular season and tournament titles. During the year, the Cardinals enjoyed a 23-game winning streak, advanced to the NCAA Tournament Northeast Region championship game and capped the year at No. 12 in the NFCA Division III poll. In 2008, Cotter led the Cardinals to a 30-13 record - their third straight 30-plus win season and a share of the SUNYAC regular season title. Just three years after taking over the program in 2002, Cotter led Plattsburgh to a 31-15 clip and an appearance in the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Upstate New York Tournament championship game. Prior to moving on to Plattsburgh, Cotter was the head coach at Post University for the 1999 season, where he set a school record for wins in a season (33-16) and guided the Eagles to the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) Tournament championship game. At the conclusion of the year, he was tabbed to coach in the New England Intercollegiate Softball Coaches Association (NEISCA) All-Star Game. In addition, Cotter has been tabbed by Coast-to-Coast Athletics to coach various high school/college all-star teams in Australia (2001, 2002, 2004) and Hawaii (2003). Cotter boasts an impressive coaching tree, exemplifying his former players' and staff's passion for the game. Three former players are now head college coaches: Stephanie Zweig at Plattsburgh State, Jamie Prudhomme at Union College and Tracy Garofalo at Post University, while former assistant Casey Price is now the head Coach at Oswego State. During his junior year at the University of Connecticut (from where he graduated in '97), Cotter was served as head coach at E.O. Smith H.S., where he compiled an overall record of 54-12. In 1998, he guided E.O. Smith to a 23-2 mark, the North Central Connecticut Conference tournament and regular season championships and a semifinal appearance in the Connecticut State Class `L' Tournament semifinal. Cotter has also been active within the sport, serving as a past president of the New York State Women's Collegiate Athletic Association (NYSWCAA) softball committee. He has also served on several committees within the NFCA, including the Board of Directors, All-America and Rankings committees as well as the NCAA Division III Northeast Region Rankings Committee. Along with his coaching duties, Cotter was an adjunct professor of sports psychology as well as the game administrator for women's and men's basketball games. Cotter holds a Two-Star Master Coach license by the NFCA and is currently working towards his four-star certificate. He is also pursuing his masters degree in counseling psychology at the University of Connecticut.


Th e C o aching S t aff

Assistant Coach Volunteer Assistant Coach Danielle Mason Jen Yee

Entering her second year at UMass Lowell, Danielle Mason joins the River Hawks staff following one season at Wellesley College and a stellar career at Stonehill College from 2004-08. A pitcher, Mason graduated among Stonehill's all-time leaders in victories (25) and was twice named to the NE-10 All-Academic Team. She maintained a 3.86 grade point average and graduated magna cum laude while enduring a dual major in English and fine arts. She also served as the chair of Stonehill's Student-Athlete Advisory Committee as well as the student speaker at the 2008 commencement. Prior to UMass Lowell, Mason served as the pitching coach at Wellesley College, helping The Blue to a 21-14-1 clip, a secondplace showing (12-3-1) in the New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) and the runner-up spot in the NEWMAC Tournament. Prior to attending Stonehill, Mason was a four-year standout at Triton Regional H.S., where she earned Cape Ann League all-star honors from her sophomore to her senior year. She was also named to The Boston Globe all-scholastic team and helped the Vikings to their first-ever Cape Ann League title and the MIAA State Tournament semifinal. Mason, who received her Master's in Education from UMass Lowell, currently works as a teacher in Haverhill, Mass.

The UMass Lowell softball program added Jen Yee, an Olympian, member of the Canadian National Team and standout at Georgia Tech, to its coaching roster for the 2011 season, as announced in Nov. 2010. Yee, who played second base during her collegiate career, will work mainly with middle infielders, assist with hitters and assist with opponent scouting. Her accolades are extensive, including nods as a 2010 NFCA/Louisville Slugger First Team All-American and ACC Player of the Year. She was named to the NFCA All-Southeast Region First Team and All-ACC and was one of three finalists for the USA Softball Player of the Year and Honda Award. She was also an All-ACC Academic Team selection. As part of the Canadian National Team, Yee participated in the 2008 Beijing Olympics and helped Canada to a medal-round appearance and fourth-place finish. The infielder helped to lead the squad to its highest finish on record in international competition. She finished the Olympics with a team-best .348 batting average, which was higher than any other athletes other than members of Team USA. During her senior campaign at Georgia Tech, Yee reached base safely in all 62 games she played in and led the nation in batting average (.568), slugging percentage (1.270), on-base percentage (.732), runs scored (93) and walks (88). She was tied for first to lead the nation in homeruns (29), as well. She was 21-for-22 in stolen base attempts and struck out only six times in the entire season. She tallied a conference-best 84 hits and 63 RBI during the 2010 season. Yee is a native of North Delta, B.C. and is the daughter of Peter and Maye Yee. She is pursuing her Master's Degree in Mechanical Engineering while working in the University's Baseball Research Center at UMass Lowell.


201 1 PLAY ER PRO FILES

14 • Jr. • P/DP

3 • Jr. • OF/IF

Elyssa Boris

Ashley Daniels

5 • Fr. • SS/IF

10 • Jr. • OF/IF

Kingston, N.Y.

Dracut, Mass.

Gardner, Mass.

Ali Ferraro

23 • Sr. • C

Kristie Kyzer

Boxborough, Mass.

20 • So. • C

Katie Mazure

Burlington, Mass.

Medford, Mass.

Caelyn Ford

6 • So. • IF/OF

Krista MacKenzie Ipswich, Mass.

24 • Jr. • C/3B

Lindsi Panarelli

Shrewsbury, Mass.

16 • Fr. • IF/OF

7 • Sr. • IF/OF

Oceanside, Calif.

Amesbury, Mass.

Melissa Effertz

2 • Jr. • IF

Meagan Guy Berlin, Conn.

9 • Sr. • P/OF

Sammy Macy

Tewksbury, Mass.

12 • Sr. • 1B/IF

Heather Ross

Waltham, Mass.

Katie Enaire

4 • Sr. • IF/OF

Hilary Hopkins San Diego, Calif.

8 • So. • 3B/IF

Bri Mahoney

Billerica, Mass.

19 • Sr. • P

Rachel Schafler Floral Park, N.Y.


2 0 1 0 S t a t i s t ic s Player AVG. GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO SB-ATT 4 Hilary Hopkins .533 24-3 15 4 8 1 0 0 0 9 .600 2 1 3 1-2 15 Marissa Fiorentino .500 3-0 4 1 2 0 0 0 0 2 .500 0 0 1 0-0 6 Krista MacKenzie .413 39-39 121 31 50 7 2 0 23 61 .504 7 4 13 11-17 8 Brianna Mahoney .355 50-49 166 26 59 5 2 3 32 77 .464 5 0 14 7-12 14 Elyssa Boris .333 43-41 123 20 41 8 1 12 32 87 .707 7 0 29 0-0 2 Meagan Guy .333 50-50 120 30 40 3 1 1 13 48 .400 25 5 20 14-15 12 Heather Ross .331 50-50 139 23 46 13 0 1 19 62 .446 16 0 17 12-18 5 Katelyn Hebert .324 49-47 148 33 48 11 6 0 25 71 .480 25 3 21 19-26 11 Alyssa Bryan .302 45-43 129 24 39 3 7 7 30 77 .597 8 5 27 6-9 10 Caelyn Ford .273 20-16 44 3 12 1 0 0 2 13 .295 1 8 4 1-3 24 Lindsi Panarelli .250 46-42 124 17 31 5 0 2 10 42 .339 7 3 22 5-5 19 Rachel Schafler .250 5-0 4 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 .250 0 0 0 0-0 17 Paula Ruszkowski .231 23-15 39 4 9 1 0 0 0 10 .256 2 1 7 3-5 3 Ashley Daniels .224 46-36 58 9 13 2 0 0 5 15 .259 5 0 13 4-6 20 Katie Mazure .147 21-6 34 2 5 2 1 0 5 9 .265 1 0 8 1-2 23 Kristie Kyzer .143 12-10 7 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 .143 0 0 4 0-0 7 Stephanie Rollo .129 46-42 31 9 4 0 0 0 5 4 .129 1 1 8 4-6 22 Jaymie Sommers .083 12-2 12 0 1 1 0 0 1 2 .167 1 0 6 1-1 Totals Opponents

.311 .284

50-50 1318 237 410 63 20 26 203 591 50-50 1323 234 376 54 12 28 196 538

2010 Pitching Statistics

.448 113 .407 135

Pitcher ERA W-L APP GS CG SV IP H R ER BB Elyssa Boris 2.93 10-12 38 21 9 0 160.1 173 103 67 54 Alyssa Bryan 3.94 11-10 32 23 6 1 113.2 125 70 64 44 Rachel Schafler 5.60 0-1 19 1 0 0 25.0 38 27 20 19 Marissa Fiorentino 8.17 2-4 12 5 0 0 24.0 40 34 28 18 Totals Opponents

3.86 23-27 3.93 27-23

50 50 15 50 50 25

31 217 89-127 18 202 46-62

SO 2B 3B HR 93 23 4 9 71 19 5 12 14 4 2 2 24 8 1 5

AB Avg. 643 .269 455 .275 113 .336 112 .357

1 323.0 376 234 178 135 202 54 12 28 1323 .284 2 329.1 410 237 185 113 217 63 20 26 1318 .311


201 0 Results Overall: 27-23 • Northeast-10: 15-15 • Home: 9-6 • Away: 9-17 • Neutral: 15-15 Date Opponent Score March 13 ^ at Florida Southern L, 8-5 March 13 ^ at Florida Southern W, 6-5 (8) March 14 ^ vs. Indiana Tech L, 4-2 March 14 ^ vs. Molloy W, 12-6 March 15 ^ vs. Philadelphia Univ. L, 5-2 March 15 ^ vs. Philadelphia Univ. W, 6-5 March 16 ^ vs. Minnesota Crookston W, 7-0 March 16 ^ vs. Minnesota Crookston W, 3-2 March 18 ^ vs. Mt. Vernon Nazarene L, 3-1 March 18 ^ vs. Bethel L, 13-7 March 19 ^ vs. St. Thomas Aquinas W, 5-0 March 19 ^ vs. #19 Rollins College L, 4-0 March 20 ^ at Saint Leo L, 3-2 March 20 ^ at Saint Leo L, 6-0 March 27 at NYIT L, 5-1 March 27 at NYIT L, 11-5 March 28 at #18 CW Post W, 6-5 (8) March 28 at #18 CW Post L, 8-0 (6) April 1 * at Saint Anselm W, 9-2 April 1 * at Saint Anselm W, 10-2 (6) April 3 * at Merrimack L, 8-6 April 3 * at Merrimack L, 6-5 April 5 * at Stonehill L, 6-5 April 5 * at Stonehill W, 8-3 April 7 * SO. NEW HAMPSHIRE W, 11-7 April 7 * SO. NEW HAMPSHIRE W, 8-2 April 10 * at #14 New Haven L, 10-0 (5) April 10 * at #14 New Haven L, 2-1 April 11 * at Southern Connecticut L, 12-0 (5) April 11 * at Southern Connecticut L, 5-0 April 13 * at Saint Michael's W, 9-1 (5) April 13 * at Saint Michael's L, 6-2 April 15 * ASSUMPTION W, 10-4 April 15 * ASSUMPTION L, 1-0 (8) April 19 TUFTS W, 6-1 April 21 * BENTLEY W, 9-8 April 21 * BENTLEY W, 10-3 April 22 * AMERICAN INT'L L, 3-2 April 22 * AMERICAN INT'L W, 12-7 April 24 * at Saint Rose W, 8-2 April 24 * at Saint Rose W, 4-0 April 25 * at LeMoyne L, 5-2 April 25 * at LeMoyne W, 8-4 April 27 * FRANKLIN PIERCE L, 1-0 April 29 * FRANKLIN PIERCE W, 8-0 (5) May 1 * PACE W, 6-3 May 1 * PACE L, 4-2 May 2 * ADELPHI L, 9-1 (6) May 2 * ADELPHI L, 10-3 May 4 # at Assumption L, 7-2

UML R-H-E 5-6-1 6-9-2 2-8-3 12-14-2 2-4-2 6-6-2 7-12-1 3-6-1 1-10-1 7-13-4 5-6-4 0-1-1 2-5-1 0-7-2 1-7-1 5-7-0 6-12-1 0-3-2 9-14-1 10-13-2 6-8-2 5-10-2 5-6-2 8-11-1 11-13-2 8-7-1 0-1-1 1-6-0 0-3-2 0-4-2 9-13-0 2-9-0 10-9-2 0-3-2 6-10-1 9-16-2 10-16-2 2-4-1 12-14-2 8-11-1 4-8-1 2-4-3 8-11-2 0-6-2 8-11-1 6-10-0 2-8-1 1-3-5 3-7-1 2-6-4

Opp. R-H-E 8-14-2 5-12-0 4-8-2 6-8-3 5-5-1 5-6-2 0-0-2 2-6-1 3-8-1 13-6-1 0-4-1 4-8-1 3-4-1 6-9-1 5-10-0 11-13-4 5-10-2 8-9-0 2-7-0 2-5-2 8-11-1 6-9-2 6-14-1 3-7-4 7-10-3 2-4-3 10-7-1 2-5-1 12-13-0 2-4-1 1-2-1 6-8-3 4-6-5 1-4-0 1-8-0 8-10-2 3-3-3 3-7-1 7-10-3 2-6-2 0-3-2 5-9-1 4-8-1 1-4-1 0-2-1 3-8-2 4-11-2 9-7-0 10-14-1 7-10-0

Record 0-1 1-1 1-2 2-2 2-3 3-3 4-3 5-3 5-4 5-5 6-5 6-6 6-7 6-8 6-9 6-10 7-10 7-11 8-11 9-11 9-12 9-13 9-14 10-14 11-14 12-14 12-15 12-16 12-17 12-18 13-18 13-19 14-19 14-20 15-20 16-20 17-20 17-21 18-21 19-21 20-21 20-22 21-22 21-23 22-23 23-23 23-24 23-25 23-26 23-27

Pitcher Fiorentino (0-1) Bryan (1-0) Bryan (1-1) Fiorentino (1-1) Fiorentino (1-2) Bryan (2-1) Boris (1-0) Bryan (3-1) Bryan (3-2) Boris (1-1) Bryan (4-2) Bryan (4-3) Bryan (4-4) Boris (1-2) Boris (1-3) Bryan (4-5) Boris (2-3) Fiorentino (1-3) Bryan (5-5) Boris (3-3) Bryan (5-6) Boris (3-4) Bryan (5-7) Boris (4-4) Fiorentino (2-3) Boris (5-4) Schafler (0-1) Boris (5-5) Fiorentino (2-4) Boris (5-6) Boris (6-6) Boris (6-7) Boris (7-7) Bryan (5-8) Bryan (6-8) Bryan (7-8) Bryan (8-8) Boris (7-8) Bryan (9-8) Boris (8-8) Bryan (10-8) Boris (8-9) Bryan (11-8) Boris (8-10) Boris (9-10) Boris (10-10) Bryan (11-9) Boris (10-11) Bryan (11-10) Boris (10-12)

^ Spring Break Games Played in Fla.; *Northeast-10 Conference game; # Northeast-10 Tournament; Home Games in CAPS


Th e R e c o rd s Batting Most At Bats, Season 1467 Game 60 Most Runs, Scored, Season 287 Game 27 Per Game 10.3 Most Hits, Season 419 Game 21 Most Singles, Season 324 Game 15 Most Doubles, Season 76 Game 7 Most Triples, Season 29 Game 6 Most Home Runs, Season 27 Game 3 Most RBI, Season 243 Game 19 Most Stolen Bases, Season 89 Game 9 Most Sacrifice Hits, Season 83 Game 7 Most Sacrifice Flies, Season 14 Game 3 Most Base on Balls, Season 134 Game 20 Most Strikeouts, Season 220 Game 14 Most Time Hit By Pitch, Season 31 Game 4 Highest Team Batting Average .321 Most Total Bases, Season 591 Game 50 Highest Slugging Percentage .456 Pitching Most Pitchers Used, Season 6 Game 4 Most Pitchers Starting Game 5 Most Complete Games 44 Most Innings Pitched, Season 373.2 Game 17.0 Most Hits Allowed, Season 376 Game 17 Most Runs Allowed, Season 298 Game 17 Most Walks, Season 220 Game 8 Most Strikeouts, Season 222 Game 16 Lowest Team ERA 0.86 Most Shutouts 16

2006 vs. American International (5-8-03, 17 innings, NCAA) 1999 vs. Boston University (4-29-77) 1976 (124 Runs/12 Games) 1999 April 14, 1999 at New Hampshire College 1999 vs. Keene State (4-10-86) 1995 vs. Boston University (4-29-77) vs. Stonehill (4-20-95; 2nd Game of DH) 2000 vs. Bryant (3-15-00) 2006 vs. Bentley (5-1-93); vs. Bentley (4-5-99); vs. Bentley (4-7-05); vs. Southern N.H. (4-7-10) 1999 vs. Boston University (4-29-77); vs. Assumption (4-10-78)

2010 vs. Salem State (4-8-80); Boston State (4-19-80); at Southern Connecticut (4-17-05) 2003 vs. Boston University (4-29-77) 2001; 2010 vs. Eastern Nazarene (5-11-78) 1995 vs. Salem State (4-11-78) 2004 at Caldwell (4-26-04) 2010 at Stonehill (4-21-05) 1978, 1999 2010 vs. Molloy (3-14-10) 1976

2000 vs. Bethel (3-18-10) 1998, 2000 2003 2006 vs. American International (5-8-03, NCAA Tournament)

2010 vs. Nebraska-Omaha (3-18-05, 12 innings) 1994 at Le Moyne (4-21-01) 1994

vs. Gettysburg (3-17-99); vs. Saint Rose (4-10-04); at Pace (4-17-04, 5 innings); vs. Franklin Pierce (4-3-07)

2003 vs. Bridgeport (4-30-00) 1983, 1986 1986


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