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2010 UNCG SOFTBALL TABLE OF CONTENTS

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Quick facts, roster, schedule .............................. 1 Head coach Jennifer Herzig ................................ 2 Assistant coach Vanessa Oakes.......................... 4 Assistant coach Gwen Johnson ........................... 5 Player bios ......................................................... 6 2009 season statistics..................................... 20 2009 results and leaders ................................. 21 The Southern Conference ................................. 22 2009 Southern Conference review.................... 23 Career records ................................................. 24 Single-season records...................................... 26 Single-game records ........................................ 28 Yearly leaders .................................................. 30 All-time results................................................. 32 Series records .................................................. 37 Honors............................................................. 38 All-time roster .................................................. 39 Coaching records ............................................. 39 UNCG vs. Team USA ......................................... 40 This is UNCG .....................................................41 Chancellor Linda P. Brady................................. 45 Director of Athletics Kim Record ....................... 46 Staff photo directory ........................................ 47 Staff phone/email directory ............................. 48

UNIVERSITY FACTS Name ...................... UNC Greensboro (no hyphen) Location .................................... Greensboro, N.C. Founded ...................................................... 1891 Enrollment .................18,502 (14,664 undergrad) Nickname .............................................. Spartans Colors..................................... Gold, White & Navy Home field (capacity) ... UNCG Softball Stadium (500) Affiliation ...................................... NCAA Division I Conference .............................................Southern Chancellor .................................Dr. Linda P. Brady Director of Athletics ............................Kim Record Alma mater .....................................Virginia, 1984 Athletics Department phone..........336-334-5952 Ticket Office phone .......................336-334-3250

JU Tournament (Jacksonville, Fla.) Fri., Feb. 12 ........... vs. Virginia Tech .....................12:15 p.m. Fri., Feb. 12 ........... at Jacksonville .........................4:45 p.m. Sat., Feb. 13 .......... vs. Drexel .................................... 10 a.m. Sat., Feb. 13 .......... vs. Bethune-Cookman ..............2:30 p.m. Sun., Feb. 14 ......... at Jacksonville .........................1:30 p.m.

ON THE COVERS Front: UNCG seniors Emily Akiyama, Brittany Ausley, Amber Harrell, Laura Olenderski and Whitney Sirois. Back: Redshirt junior Kaitlin Merkt and sophomore Alex Emeterio.

CREDITS The 2010 University of North Carolina at Greensboro softball media guide was written by Phil Perry, UNCG assistant sports information director. This guide was designed using Adobe Creative Suite CS4. Printed by Franklin Printing in Nashville, Tenn. Editorial assistance provided by Sports Information Director Mike Hirschman and Assistant Sports Information Director David Percival. Photography by WG Sports Photos, John Bell, Chris English, Jerry Wolford, Sideline Sports and others. Special thanks to SID staff members past and present for their contributions to this publication.

UNCG SOFTBALL INFORMATION Head coach ................................... Jennifer Herzig Alma mater .................................. Charlotte, 2001 Record at UNCG (years) ........................98-145 (4) Career record (years) ............................98-145 (4) Assistant coach ...Vanessa Williams (UNCG, 2007) Assistant coach ....... Gwen Johnson (UNCG, 2008) Softball Office phone ....................336-334-5057 2009 overall record ....................................26-33 2009 SoCon record/finish .....................9-12/7th Returning/lost ............................................. 12/5 Starters returning/lost ................................... 9/3 Newcomers........................................................ 6 SPORTS INFORMATION OFFICE Sports Information Director ..........Mike Hirschman Email.................................. mwhirsch@uncg.edu Cell phone ..................................336-202-5331 Asst. SID (softball contact) ..................... Phil Perry Email..................................... pdperry@uncg.edu Cell phone ..................................336-207-2383 Asst. SID .........................................David Percival Email.................................... drperciv@uncg.edu Cell phone .................................. 336-420-7518 Sports Information phone .............336-334-5615 Sports Information fax .................. 336-334-3182 Press box phone............................336-334-5625 SID Office address ........................ UNCG Athletics ................................................... PO Box 26168 .............................Greensboro, NC 27402-6168 Web site ..........................www.uncgspartans.com

ROSTER No. 1 2 3 4 5 7 10 11 12 15 17 19 21 23 24 27 29 37

Name Cory Mattson Kristen Gabel Kayla Hensley Whitney Sirois Chelsea D’Ambrosio Raeanne Hanks April Langley Eileen Horsmon Brittany Ausley Heather Robb Kaitlin Merkt Ally Johnson Amber Harrell Laura Olenderski Jordan Jewett Emily Akiyama Katie Stripling Alex Emeterio

Pos. RHP OF INF C C RHP OF 1B OF INF SS 3B RHP OF OF 3B C/OF 1B

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

Yr. So. Jr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Fr. R-Jr. Fr. Sr. Sr. So. Sr. Jr. So.

Ht. Hometown/Previous School 5-6 Everett, Wash. (Everett) 5-7 Port Neches, Texas (Port Neches-Groves) 5-7 Durham, Calif. (Durham) 5-5 Hope Mills, N.C. (South View) 5-3 Houston, Texas (J. Frank Dobie) 5-9 Rainier, Ore. (Rainier Senior) 5-5 Wilson, N.C. (Fike/Pitt CC) 5-10 Dunkirk, Md. (Northern) 5-4 Wake Forest, N.C. (Wakefield) 5-2 Apex, N.C. (Middle Creek) 5-9 Irvine, Calif. (Woodbridge) 5-7 Port Orchard, Wash. (South Kitsap) 5-8 McDonough, Ga. (Henry County) 5-6 Lewes, Del. (Cape Henlopen) 5-2 Poulsbo, Wash. (North Kitsap) 5-7 Kirkland, Wash. (Lake Washington) 5-5 Baytown, Texas (Barbers Hill) 5-5 Murrieta, Calif. (Murrieta Valley)

Head coach: Jennifer Herzig (Charlotte, 2001), fifth season Assistant coach: Vanessa Williams (UNCG, 2007), second season Assistant coach: Gwen Johnson (UNCG, 2008), first season

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Carolina Classic (Chapel Hill, N.C.) Fri., Feb. 19 ........... vs. Delaware ............................... 11 a.m. Sat., Feb. 20 .......... vs. St. Joseph’s ........................1:30 p.m. Sat., Feb. 20 .......... at North Carolina ..........................4 p.m. Sun., Feb. 21 ......... Consolation game ....................... 11 a.m. Sun., Feb. 21 ......... Championship game ................1:30 p.m. UNCG Spartan Classic (Greensboro, N.C.) Fri., Feb. 26 ........... Cleveland State vs. Sacred Heart. 11 a.m. Fri., Feb. 26 ........... Cleveland State vs. Niagara...........1 p.m. Fri., Feb. 26 ........... Sacred Heart at UNCG ..............3:30 p.m. Fri., Feb. 26 ........... Niagara at UNCG ......................5:30 p.m. Sat., Feb. 27 .......... Niagara vs. Sacred Heart ............. 11 a.m. Sat., Feb. 27 .......... Cleveland State at UNCG...............1 p.m. Sat., Feb. 27 .......... #4 vs. #1 .................................3:30 p.m. Sat., Feb. 27 .......... #3 vs. #2 .................................5:30 p.m. Sun., Feb. 28 ......... Consolation game ....................... 11 a.m. Sun., Feb. 28 ......... Championship game .....................1 p.m. Buzz Classic (Woodstock, Ga.) Fri., March 5 .......... vs. Akron ..................................... 11 a.m. Fri., March 5 .......... vs. Howard ....................................1 p.m. Sat., March 6 ......... vs. Bowling Green........................ 11 a.m. Sun., March 7 ........ vs. Jacksonville State .................. 11 a.m. Sun., March 7 ........ vs. Tennessee Tech ........................1 p.m. Sat., March 13 ....... Georgia Southern * .......................1 p.m. Sat., March 13 ....... Georgia Southern * .......................3 p.m. Sun., March 14 ...... Georgia Southern * .......................1 p.m. Thurs., March 18.... North Carolina ..............................5 p.m. Sat., March 20 ....... at College of Charleston * .............1 p.m. Sat., March 20 ....... at College of Charleston * .............3 p.m. Sun., March 21 ...... at College of Charleston * .............1 p.m. Wed., March 24 ..... Marshall .......................................3 p.m. Wed., March 24 ..... Marshall .......................................5 p.m. Thurs., March 25.... NC State .......................................3 p.m. Thurs., March 25.... NC State .......................................5 p.m. Tues., March 30 ..... East Carolina ................................3 p.m. Tues., March 30 ..... East Carolina ................................5 p.m. Fri., April 2 ............. Elon * ...........................................5 p.m. Sat., April 3............ Elon * ...........................................1 p.m. Sat., April 3............ Elon * ...........................................3 p.m. Wed., April 7 .......... at Liberty ......................................2 p.m. Wed., April 7 .......... at Liberty ......................................4 p.m. Sat., April 10.......... at Appalachian State *..................1 p.m. Sat., April 10.......... at Appalachian State *..................3 p.m. Sun., April 11 ......... at Appalachian State *..................1 p.m. Sat., April 17 .......... Western Carolina *........................1 p.m. Sat., April 17 .......... Western Carolina *........................3 p.m. Sun., April 18 ......... Western Carolina *........................1 p.m. Thurs., April 22 ...... North Carolina A&T .......................3 p.m. Thurs., April 22 ...... North Carolina A&T .......................5 p.m. Sat., April 24.......... at Furman * ..................................1 p.m. Sat., April 24.......... at Furman * ..................................3 p.m. Sun., April 25......... at Furman * ..................................1 p.m. Tues., April 27 ........ at Charlotte...................................4 p.m. Tues., April 27 ........ at Charlotte...................................6 p.m. Sat., May 1 ............ Chattanooga * ..............................1 p.m. Sat., May 1 ............ Chattanooga * ..............................3 p.m. Sun., May 2 ........... Chattanooga * ..............................1 p.m. Sat., May 8 ............ at Samford * .................................2 p.m. Sat., May 8 ............ at Samford * .................................4 p.m. Sun., May 9 ........... at Samford * .................................2 p.m. Southern Conference Championship (at highest seed) Wed., May 12......... TBA ...................................................TBA Thurs., May 13 ....... TBA ...................................................TBA Fri., May 14 ............ TBA ...................................................TBA Sat., May 15 .......... TBA ...................................................TBA * Southern Conference game

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Jennifer HERZIG HEAD COACH

Fifth year at UNCG (98-145) Fifth year overall (98-145) Charlotte, 2001

Jennifer Herzig begins her fifth season as the head coach of the UNC Greensboro softball program. “I am very excited for the opportunity to coach at UNC Greensboro and become a member of the Spartan Athletics family,” said Herzig when named to the post in July 2005. “First and foremost, my goal is to build a complete program that will know success on the field as well as in the classroom. I am eager to begin working with such a solid core of returning players as well as the incoming recruits.” The Manassas, Va., native owns a 98-145 record after four years at the helm of the program. In her tenure, the Spartans have upset the top-seeded team in the Southern Conference Tournament three times, becoming the first No. 8 seed to beat a No. 1 seed in tournament action in consecutive seasons, and have advanced to the winners’ bracket of the tournament for the first time in school history. Herzig is the only coach in UNCG history to win two games at the league tournament in multiple years. She has done it in each of the last three. In 2009, Herzig’s squad posted a 26-33 record, bouncing back from an opening-round loss at the SoCon tournament to win two straight. Shortstop Kaitlin Merkt earned a spot on the All-Southern Conference Second Team, while Alex Emeterio took a spot on the inaugural

THE JENNIFER HERZIG FILE PERSONAL Birthplace: Manassas, Va.

EDUCATION Charlotte, 2001, B.A. (criminal justice), B.S. (psychology) East Tennessee State, 2003, master’s (physical education and sport management)

COACHING EXPERIENCE East Tennessee State, 2001-03 (assistant coach) Charlotte, 2003-05 (assistant coach) UNCG, 2005-present (head coach)

UNCG UNDER HERZIG • Reached winners’ bracket of the Southern Conference Tournament for the first time in school history (2008) • Won two games in the Southern Conference Tournament in three consecutive years for first time in school history • Five All-Southern Conference Team members • Fourteen Academic All-Southern Conference selections • Fifteen NFCA Scholar-Athletes • Hosted Team USA during USA Softball’s “Bound 4 Beijing” tour

HERZIG YEAR-BY-YEAR Year 2006 2007 2008 2009 Total

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Overall record 20-42 29-37 23-33 26-33 98-145

SoCon record 4-17 7-14 7-11 9-12 27-54

SoCon finish 8th 8th 5th 7th

SoCon tournament 1-2 2-2 2-2 2-2 7-8

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All-Freshman Team. Senior Hannah Angel was a preseason all-conference pick, pitcher Amber Harrell was a two-time SoCon Pitcher of the Week during the season and outfielder Brittany Ausley earned SoCon Player of the Week honors. Herzig has always placed an emphasis on excellence in the classroom as well as on the field, and the 2009 season was no exception. Six Spartans earned Academic All-Southern Conference distinction, doubling UNCG’s previous best effort, while Emily Akiyama, Kayla Hensley, Laura Olenderski and Mary Catherine Vercoe were NFCA Scholar-Athletes. The team posted a 3.190 grade point average for the year, earning NFCA All-Academic Team accolades. Olenderski also picked up a prestigious league honor, as she was UNCG’s female recipient of the Southern Conference’s Coleman Lew Leadership Award for the 200809 school year. The award recognizes student-athletes from each of the Southern Conference’s 12 member institutions. Coaches, faculty athletic representatives and senior woman administrators nominate prospective candidates based on leadership, academic excellence and athletic achievement in both the college environment and the community. Athletic directors and representatives from Coleman Lew & Associates conducted oneon-one interviews with the finalists before determining the award winners. The 2008 season saw Herzig’s UNCG squad post a fifth-place finish in the SoCon, the Spartans’ best showing since 2005. UNCG won its first two games at the league tournament, beating fourth-seeded Elon before knocking off top seed Chattanooga to advance to the winners’ bracket for the first time since joining the league for the 1998 season. Herzig’s players took home several honors before, during and after the season, with senior Mary Greenway taking All-Southern Conference First Team honors for the second season in a row. Greenway, Leslie Furness and Ausley all earned spots on the Preseason All-Southern Conference First Team, while pitchers Angel and Harrell took home SoCon awards during the season, with Angel earning a Pitcher of the Week nod on May 5 and Harrell nabbing Pitcher of the Month honors for February. Angel was named to the SoCon All-Tournament Team after UNCG’s run. The Spartans also excelled in the classroom during the 2008 season, with six players earning NFCA Scholar-Athlete status and the team earning All-Academic Team standing for the school year. Three players – Greenway, Whitney Sirois and Lyndsay Mouse – were named Academic All-Southern Conference. One of the highlights of Herzig’s tenure came when the Spartans hosted an exhibition against Team USA during USA Softball’s “Bound 4 Beijing” tour in April 2008. Played in the UNCG Softball Stadium, which underwent a $3.5 million reconstruction and re-opened prior to the 2006 season, the Spartans faced Jennie Finch and Team USA prior to their Olympic silver-medal run.

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During the 2007 season, the Spartans advanced to the championship game of the Winthrop/adidas Invitational and Harrell was named to the all-tournament team for her efforts throughout the weekend. Greenway earned All-Southern Conference First Team honors while senior shortstop Adriane Audley earned second team honors. The selection of two players marked the first time since the 2000 season that UNCG had placed more than one player on the all-conference team. The Spartans also hosted the Southern Conference Tournament in 2007, downing the top-seeded Lady Mocs in the first round and winning two games at the tournament for just the second time in school history and first time since 2000. In her brief tenure in Greensboro, Herzig has coached some of the most accomplished players in school history. Greenway, a junior college transfer that played just two seasons at UNCG, graduated second on the Spartans’ career steals list, setting the single-season record in each of her two years on the roster. Angel and Harrell both appear in UNCG’s top 10 in career wins, strikeouts and shutouts. The duo also turned in the second- and third-best single-season strikeout totals, respectively, in school history in 2008. Harrell has cracked the top 10 in the singleseason strikeout list in each of her three seasons in a Spartan uniform thus far. The 2009 squad had three of the top 10 home run hitters in school history on the roster in Ausley, Merkt and Furness. A 2001 graduate of Charlotte, Herzig served as an assistant coach during the 2004 and 2005 seasons at her alma mater under head coach Aimee DeVos. With the 49ers, Herzig assisted in all aspects of recruiting and other daily operations of the program, with an emphasis on working with the Charlotte hitters, infielders and catchers. Herzig was a member of the NCAA Division I Softball Committee from July 2008 to September 2009 and is the representative for the South Region on the NCAA Softball Regional Advisory Committee for the 2009-2010 year. During her playing career, Herzig was honored for her work in the classroom repeatedly, earning two Conference USA Academic Medals (2000-2001) and NFCA ScholarAthlete honors in each of her four years (1998-2001). She was a four-year letterwinner as a catcher for the 49ers. Herzig graduated cum laude from Charlotte with a Bachelor of Arts degree in criminal justice and a Bachelor of Science degree in psychology. She earned her master’s degree in physical education and sport management from East Tennessee State in 2003, where she spent two seasons as an assistant coach. She served as the program’s interim head coach during the fall of 2002. In addition to her work as a player and coach, Herzig has served as a counselor at numerous softball camps at universities up and down the East Coast, including Florida State, Ohio State, Georgia, North Carolina and Furman.

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Vanessa WILLIAMS ASSISTANT COACH Second year at UNCG UNCG, 2007

Former UNCG standout Vanessa Williams enters her second season as an assistant coach for the Spartans. In her first season as UNCG’s pitching coach, Williams saw her staff of three combine for 324 strikeouts and seven shutouts. Williams mentored two of the top pitchers in school history in Hannah Angel and Amber Harrell, who finished the season second and third in school history in career strikeouts – behind only Williams herself. Angel got off to the best start of her career, opening the year 4-0, while Harrell heated up at the end of the season, closing the campaign with wins in five of her last six decisions. Harrell earned Southern Conference Pitcher of the Week honors twice during the season. Williams, who pitched for UNCG from 2004-07 under her maiden name of Vanessa Oakes, graduated as the Spartans’ career leader in strikeouts with 565. As a senior in 2007, Williams led the Spartans in just about every pitching category, ranking first in ERA (2.35), opposing batting average (.230), wins (14), innings pitched (187.1), strikeouts (166), games started (28), complete games (21) and shutouts (six). Oakes earned a pair of league honors her senior year, as she was named the SoCon Pitcher of the Week on March 5, 2007, and earned a spot on the SoCon All-Tournament Team after pitching every inning of the Spartans’ four games at the tournament. Williams led or shared the lead in wins and strikeouts each season she was in the circle for the Spartans, becoming just the second pitcher in school history to lead either of those categories in all four years of her career. As a freshman, Williams was named MVP of her hometown UNC Wilmington Seahawk Classic and followed that up by being named team captain in just her sophomore season season. Williams ranks among the top UNCG pitchers in program history, as she appears in the top 10 of seven career categories and six single-season categories. For the four years prior to being hired at UNCG, Williams worked as a pitching, hitting, fielding and catching instructor throughout Greensboro and the Triad area. She served as the primary pitching instructor to the Triad Power U10-U18 teams and acted as a pitching consultant for area high school programs and individual studentathletes. Williams married UNCG strength and conditioning coach Mark Williams in July 2009.

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THE VANESSA WILLIAMS FILE PERSONAL Birthplace: Jacksonville, N.C.

EDUCATION High School: New Hanover High School College: UNCG, 2007

PLAYING EXPERIENCE UNCG, 2004-07

COACHING EXPERIENCE UNCG, 2008-present

CAREER NOTES • UNCG’s career leader in strikeouts (565) • Sixth in school history in career wins (39) • Tenth in school history in career ERA (2.75) • Sixth in school history in career shutouts (14) • Second in school history in career appearances (145) • Southern Conference Pitcher of the Week (March 5, 2007) • Southern Conference All-Tournament Team (2007)

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Gwen JOHNSON ASSISTANT COACH First year at UNCG UNCG, 2008

Former Spartan standout Gwen Johnson enters her first season as a part-time assistant coach at UNCG. “I am extremely excited to announce the addition of Gwen Johnson to my coaching staff for the 2009-2010 season,” head coach Jennifer Herzig said after hiring Johnson. “As one of the toughest hitters and outfielders in recent history at UNC Greensboro, Gwen brings a wealth of knowledge to the table, stemming from personal playing experience in this program and in the Southern Conference. Gwen was a dynamic player with the ability to change the game in a moment, and I am excited for our players to have the ability to learn from someone of her caliber.” Johnson played two seasons (2005-06) for the Spartans after transferring from Louisburg College. In 2006, her senior year, she led UNCG in batting average (.333), slugging percentage (.768), on-base percentage (.459) and home runs (eight). In her first season with the Spartans, Johnson led the team with 37 runs scored. She graduated sixth in school history with a .504 career slugging percentage. Johnson, a Boston, Va., native, was also the Region IX Player of the Year at Louisburg in 2003 and 2004, taking NFCA All-America third-team honors during her sophomore season. Johnson worked various collegiate camps from 2003-06 and volunteered at the Greensboro YMCA. She also volunteered as a sports counselor in La Preciosita, Mexico. She works primarily with the outfield and assists with the hitters.

THE GWEN JOHNSON FILE PERSONAL Birthplace: Culpeper, Va.

EDUCATION High School: Rappahannock High School College: Louisburg College, 2004; UNCG, 2008

PLAYING EXPERIENCE Louisburg College, 2003-04; UNCG, 2005-06

COACHING EXPERIENCE UNCG, 2009-present

CAREER NOTES • Sixth in UNCG history in career slugging percentage (.504) • Two-time Southern Conference Player of the Week (March 6, 2006; March 20, 2006) • NFCA All-American at Louisburg College in 2004 • Region IX Player of the Year in 2003 and 2004

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Whitney SIROIS

5-5 • C • R/R • Senior Hope Mills, N.C. South View Team captain

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Junior season (2009) Was a team captain … appeared in 45 games with 35 starts … hit .228 on the season with four doubles and a triple, all career highs … had nine RBI … scored a career-best 10 runs … drew seven walks … turned in a .984 fielding percentage with just four errors in a team-high 243 chances … threw out 11 runners trying to steal, matching her career high … hit .294 in 16 Southern Conference games, tied for the third-best average on the team in league play … had four multi-hit games on the season … went 3-for-4 against Western Carolina on March 8 with a double, an RBI and a run scored … was 2-for-3 with a sacrifice fly and two RBI in game two of a doubleheader against Samford on April 11 … was 2-for-2 with a run against Florida Gulf Coast on Feb. 7 … went 2-for-4 with a run against Army on Feb. 14 … was 1-for-3 with an RBI triple against Furman in game two of a doubleheader on March 21 … earned a pair of walks in the season opener against North Florida on Feb. 6 …was 1-for-1 with a pair of runs scored in a win over Virginia Tech on April 30 … at the SoCon tournament on May 7, threw out College of Charleston’s Amber Shifflett trying to steal, snapping Shifflett’s streak of 40 consecutive stolen bases … earned a spot on the Academic All-Southern Conference Team. Sophomore season (2008) Played in 54 games with 51 starts … turned in an impressive .994 fielding percentage, recording just two errors in a team-high 329 chances … logged a team-best 302 putouts … caught 11 would-be base stealers … hit .226 on the season with nine multi-hit games, tied for second-most on the team … had two doubles and eight RBI … scored four runs … drew eight walks and had three sacrifice hits … had a trio of three-hit games … was 3-for-3 with a double and a run against James Madison on Feb. 15 … went 3-for-3 with a pair of runs scored against Fordham on Feb. 29 … was also 3-for-3 against College of Charleston on April 19 … had a stretch from April 13-19 in which she was 7-for-16 (.438) … was 6-for-8 in a three-game stretch from Feb. 29-March 1 … caught speedster Caitlin Lowe stealing in an exhibition against Team USA on April 10 … earned a spot on the Academic All-Southern Conference Team.

all-region and All-Two Rivers Conference in 2005 and 2006 … selected honorable mention all-state in 2006 … the Tigers won the Two Rivers Conference each of her four years and were Eastern Regional champs in 2005 … played with the Carolina Cougars for three years under coach Trae Farthing. Personal Whitney Leanne Sirois … born June 7, 1988, in Fort Irwin, Calif. … daughter of Tim Sirois and Dawn Collins … majoring in nursing … member of the Association of Nursing Students.

Freshman season (2007) Saw action in 36 games as catcher … recorded a .173 batting average … tallied three runs on 13 hits … had two doubles and nine RBI on the season … recorded 101 putouts and nine assists … had two multi-hit games during her freshman campaign … also had three games in which she tallied multiple RBI … earned a spot on the Dean’s List for the spring semester. High school Four-year catcher for coach Eddie Dees at South View High School … named

Sirois’ career statistics Year 2007 2008 2009 TOTAL

Avg GP .173 36 .226 54 .228 45 .214 135

GS 28 51 35 114

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AB 75 146 101 322

R 3 4 10 17

H 13 33 23 69

2B 2 2 4 8

3B 0 0 1 1

HR 0 0 0 0

RBI 9 8 9 26

TB 15 35 29 79

SLG% .200 .240 .287 .245

BB HBP 6 2 8 2 7 2 21 6

SO 27 34 16 77

GDP 0 1 1 2

OB% .253 .276 .286 .274

SF 0 0 2 2

SH 1 3 7 11

SB 0 0 0 0

ATT 0 0 0 0

PO 101 302 218 621

A 9 25 21 55

E 3 2 4 9

FLD% .973 .994 .984 .987

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Brittany AUSLEY

5-4 • OF • R/R • Senior Wake Forest, N.C. Wakefield

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Junior season (2009) Was third on the team with a career-best .295 average … started 58 games, missing game two of a doubleheader at North Carolina A&T with injury on April 16 to snap her streak of 169 straight starts … was second in the Southern Conference and led the team with a career-best 12 doubles … led the team with a career-best 36 runs scored, the third-most in the SoCon … coaxed a career-best 27 walks, fifth-most in the SoCon on the season and tied for the eighth-most in a single season in school history … hit three home runs … had 21 RBI and slugged .415 to match her career high … also posted a career-high on-base percentage of .390, good for second on the team … had 11 multi-hit games, including a pair of three-hit efforts … was named the SoCon Player of the Week on April 13 after hitting .545 with six RBI in five games, scoring two runs in four of the five contests … torched North Carolina Central on April 7, going a combined 4-for-6 with three RBI, a double and an inside-the-park home run in the doubleheader sweep, … also had a three-run home run in the bottom of the sixth inning against Samford on April 11 in the completion of a suspended game from the day before, sending the Spartans to a 6-3 win and extending her career-best hitting streak to 11 games … hit an even .500 in her hitting streak, going 16-for-32 … was 3-for-4 with an RBI double and a run scored against Florida Gulf Coast on Feb. 7 … went a combined 4-for-7 with four runs, a homer and an RBI double in two games against Army on Feb. 14 … had a pair of doubles against Georgia Southern at the SoCon tournament on May 8 … finished the season fifth in school history in career walks and tied for eighth in home runs (13) … played for Storm USA out of Corona, Calif., during the summer … the squad lost to world No. 3 Australia on a walk-off home run.

the team lead in doubles and home runs … led the team with 32 RBI and a .415 slugging percentage … was 6-of-7 in stolen base attempts and had 100 putouts on the year … had 13 multiple-hit games on the season … had her best game of the season against North Carolina A&T on March 27, going 3-for-5 with two RBI … her three triples were good for fifth on the UNCG singleseason list at the time … her 207 at bats rank fourth on UNCG’s single-season Sophomore season (2008) Started all 56 games, hitting .233 on the year … hit .327 in 18 SoCon games list. … led the team with seven doubles and 21 walks and was second with four home runs and 17 RBI … moved into UNCG’s top 10 in career home runs … High school scored 15 runs … had six multi-hit games on the season … went 4-for-4 with Earned four letters at Wakefield High School in Raleigh, N.C. … graduated a double and two RBI in the second game of a doubleheader against Western with school records for batting average and fielding percentage at Wakefield Carolina on April 6 … was 3-for-5 with a double against Coastal Carolina on … All-Cap 7 Conference shortstop from 2004-06 … member of the 2002 March 10 … had two hits each in both games of a doubleheader against Fur- team that made the second round of the state 4A playoffs … played seven man on May 3 … had a solo home run against No. 23 North Carolina on March years with the Triangle Lightning … helped the Lightning to the 2005 Port City 5 … was 2-for-3 against top seed Chattanooga in the SoCon tournament on College Showcase Championship in Wilmington, N.C. May 10 … put together a six-game hitting streak late in the season. Personal Brittany Renee Ausley … born Sept. 13, 1988, in Durham, N.C. … daughter Freshman season (2007) Had a stellar freshman campaign for the Spartans … one of three players to of Todd and Donna Ausley … majoring in sociology with a concentration in start every game and the only freshman to play every inning … tallied 29 runs criminology. on 53 hits … recorded nine doubles, three triples and six home runs … shared

Ausley’s career statistics Year 2007 2008 2009 TOTAL

Avg GP .256 66 .233 56 .295 58 .262 180

GS 66 56 58 180

AB 207 163 176 546

R H 29 53 15 38 36 52 80 143

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2B 9 7 12 28

3B 3 1 0 4

HR 6 4 3 13

RBI TB SLG% 32 86 .415 17 59 .362 21 73 .415 70 218 .399

BB HBP SO GDP OB% 17 5 51 0 .325 21 3 35 0 .328 27 1 34 1 .390 65 9 120 1 .347

SF 2 2 1 5

SH 7 0 3 10

SB 6 2 0 8

ATT PO 7 100 2 83 1 86 10 269

A 2 7 7 16

E 3 4 4 11

FLD% .971 .957 .959 .963

P L AY E R B I O S • 7


Amber HARRELL

5-8 • RHP • R/R • Senior McDonough, Ga. Henry County

21

Junior season (2009) Went 10-13 with a 4.13 ERA … made 31 appearances with 22 starts … worked 145.2 innings and struck out a staff-high 136 batters … allowed 114 runs, 86 of them earned, on 150 hits … tossed one shutout and combined on another … had 16 complete games … her 10 wins tied for sixth-most in the Southern Conference … finished fifth in league in complete games and 10th in opponent batting average (.265) … was also fifth in appearances, seventh in innings pitched and eighth in starts … took a pair of SoCon Pitcher of the Week awards on the season … took her first award of the season on Feb. 16 after going 2-0 with a 0.54 ERA in two games at Charlotte’s Green and White Classic … picked up her second award on May 4 after going 3-0 with a 1.14 ERA in five appearances … she picked up wins over Liberty, Virginia Tech and Elon on the week, striking out 33 batters and walking just nine … struck out nine against Liberty on April 29 to surpass 400 for her career … struck out eight batters the following day against the Hokies … matched her career high with 12 strikeouts against Elon on May 2 … shut out Rider on Feb. 27, allowing just one hit and striking out eight … took a no-hitter into the fourth before Rider snuck a double just inches inside the left field line … opened the season 5-12 but closed the campaign with a 5-1 record in her last six decisions, winning five straight before taking the loss against Georgia Southern in the SoCon tournament on May 8 … posted a 0.99 ERA with 45 strikeouts and just 13 walks during her five-game winning streak … struck out 11 batters in a win over second-seeded College of Charleston at the SoCon tournament on May 7 … made three appearances at the tournament, going 2-1 with a 2.21 ERA … her 136 strikeouts were the ninth-most in school history for a single season, giving her spots in the top 10 in each of her three years at UNCG … enters her senior season with 443 career strikeouts, just 122 shy of Vanessa Oakes’ school record of 565 … earned a spot on the Dean’s List for the spring semester.

nooga on May 8 and worked four innings of hitless relief against the Mocs on May 10 at the SoCon tournament … got the starting nod in the Spartans’ exhibition against Team USA … earned a spot on the Dean’s List fall semester.

Freshman season (2007) Saw action in 35 games and made 24 starts … had a 10-14 record and a 3.52 ERA on the season … pitched 12 complete games and had four shutouts … in 167.0 innings pitched, allowed 100 runs (84 earned) on 177 hits … tallied 135 strikeouts, which was good for seventh on UNCG’s single-season list at the time … also named to the Winthrop/adidas Invitational all-tournament team … struck out a season-high nine against Sophomore season (2008) Posted an 11-18 record with a 2.60 ERA in 33 appearances, including 20 starts … Campbell on Feb. 2 … allowed just one earned run in eight innings of a 2-1 win over posted a staff-best 22 complete games … also had a team-high six shutouts and com- Ohio on Feb. 18 … also allowed just one earned run in a 3-2, extra-inning loss to Charbined on another … pitched 186.0 innings, allowing 69 earned runs (93 total) on 156 lotte on Feb. 23 … earned a spot on the Dean’s List for the fall semester. hits … struck out a career-best 172 batters, the third-best single-season mark in school history … moved into the UNCG career top 10 in several categories … had at least one High school strikeout in each appearance … was named the SoCon Pitcher of the Month for Febru- Was a starting pitcher at Henry County High School for coach Chuck Campbell … earned ary after notching five wins, including four shutouts … threw three one-hitters on the two consecutive All-Southern Crescent Softball first-team selections … a four-time reseason, including a one-hit shutout in her first start of the season, a 2-0 win over Jack- cipient of the Henry County High School Most Valuable Pitcher Award and Henry County sonville on Feb. 8, with that one hit being an infield single from the second batter of the Athlete of the Year … finished her senior year with an 18-7 record, 0.48 ERA and 198 game … also threw one-hit, 1-0 shutouts over UNC Wilmington (Feb. 24) and Delaware strikeouts … holds Henry County’s school record for most strikeouts … also played for (March 2) … the hit by UNCW was also an infield single from the second batter of the the East Cobb Bullets. game … against Delaware, she had a no-hitter through four innings … had three straight games with double digits in strikeouts, fanning a career-best 10 against UMBC on Feb. Personal 17, then matching that feat six days later against Delaware State … bettered that mark Amber Nichole Harrell … born July 18, 1988, in Atlanta, Ga. … daughter of Donny and with 12 against UNC Wilmington on Feb. 24 … earned a win over top-seeded Chatta- Karen Harrell … majoring in interior architecture.

Harrell’s career statistics Year 2007 2008 2009 TOTAL

Avg .000 .000 .000 .000

Year 2007 2008 2009 TOTAL

ERA 3.52 2.60 4.13 3.35

GP 0 1 0 1 W 10 11 10 31

GS 0 1 0 1 L App 14 35 18 33 13 31 45 99

8 • P L AY E R B I O S

AB 0 0 0 0 GS 24 30 22 76

R 0 0 0 0

H 0 0 0 0

2B 0 0 0 0

CG SHO CBO 12 4 1 22 6 1 16 1 1 50 11 3

3B 0 0 0 0

HR 0 0 0 0

RBI 0 0 0 0

SV IP 0 167.0 0 186.0 0 145.2 0 498.2

TB 0 0 0 0

H 177 156 150 483

SLG% .000 .000 .000 .000 R 100 93 114 307

BB HBP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

ER 84 69 86 239

BB 62 108 96 266

SO 0 0 0 0 SO 135 172 136 443

GDP 0 0 0 0 2B 21 22 18 61

OB% .000 .000 .000 .000 3B 4 3 0 7

SF 0 0 0 0

SH 0 0 0 0

HR BF 17 751 8 851 14 706 39 2308

SB 0 0 0 0

ATT 0 0 0 0

PO 5 7 8 20

A 34 52 43 129

E 2 1 2 5

FLD% .951 .983 .962 .968

B/Avg .269 .225 .265 .252

WP 12 11 16 39

HBP BK SFA SHA 10 1 4 17 19 0 7 25 24 0 4 15 53 1 15 57

U N C G S PA R TA N S . C O M


Laura OLENDERSKI 5-6 • OF • R/R • Senior Lewes, Del. Cape Henlopen

23

Junior season (2009) Appeared in 46 games with 35 starts, 24 of them in center field and 11 in right … hit .214 on the season with three doubles, a home run, 15 runs scored and seven RBI, all career highs … also earned a career-best 13 walks … was hit by a pitch six times, leading the team for the second time in three years in that category … was third on the team with a .382 on-base percentage … hit .261 in 16 Southern Conference games … hit her first career home run on April 7, a grand slam against North Carolina Central … added an RBI single for a fiveRBI day … was the only UNCG player to knock in five runs in a game on the season … went 2-for-2 with a stolen base in game two of a doubleheader against Virginia Tech on April 30, getting two of the Spartans’ three hits in the game … drew a pair of walks in game one against the Hokies … finished the season on a three-game hitting streak, getting hits in each of the three games in which she played at the SoCon tournament … led the team with a .429 average at the tournament … just missed a home run against Furman at the tournament on May 8, hitting a double off the wall in left … turned in a .964 fielding percentage, making just two errors in 55 total chances … earned a spots on the Dean’s List and Chancellor’s List in both semesters … named a National Fastpitch Coaches Association Scholar-Athlete for the 2008-09 school year … won the Southern Conference’s Coleman Lew Leadership Award … earned a spot on the Academic All-Southern Conference Team. Sophomore season (2008) Saw action in 28 games with eight starts … was used primarily as a pinch-runner … scored nine runs on the season … was 5-for-7 in stolen base attempts … drew four walks … posted a perfect fielding percentage, not making an error in 12 chances … stole a base and scored UNCG’s only run as a pinch-runner in a 2-1 loss to Coastal Carolina on Feb. 9 … scored a run as a pinch-runner against Chattanooga on consecutive days (March 21-22) … scored what would prove to be the winning run in a 4-3 win over Liberty on March 25 … scored the winning run in the bottom of the eighth inning against Elon on April 26 … earned spots on the Dean’s List and Chancellor’s List for both semesters … named an NFCA Scholar-Athlete for the 2007-08 school year.

High school Four-year outfielder at Cape Henlopen High School for coach Bill Cordrey … a three-time All-Henlopen Conference selection … named team Most Valuable Player in 2006 … earned first team all-state honors senior year … participated in the 2006 Blue/Gold All-Star Game … member of the team that made four consecutive state tournament appearances … earned three letters in field hockey … named second team all-state two years in a row … Gatorade Player of the Year in 2004 … named Cape Henlopen High School Female AthFreshman season (2007) Saw action in 28 games, starting six during her freshman campaign … tallied lete of the Year … played eight years with the Delaware Magic club team for 10 runs and one hit on the season … was hit by a pitch a record seven times coach Randy Johnson. … was 1-of-2 in stolen base attempts … recorded seven putouts … was on the Dean’s List both semesters … named an NFCA Scholar-Athlete for the 2006- Personal Laura Ashley Olenderski … born Jan. 6, 1988, in Newark, Del. … daughter of 07 school year. Mick and Cathy Olenderski … majoring in marketing.

Olenderski’s career statistics Year 2007 2008 2009 TOTAL

Avg GP .083 28 .000 28 .214 46 .165 102

GS 6 8 35 49

AB 12 15 70 97

R 10 9 15 34

H 1 0 15 16

UNCG SOFTBALL MEDIA GUIDE

2B 0 0 3 3

3B 0 0 0 0

HR 0 0 1 1

RBI 0 0 7 7

TB 1 0 21 22

SLG% .083 .000 .300 .227

BB HBP 3 7 4 2 13 6 20 15

SO 9 10 27 46

GDP 0 0 0 0

OB% .500 .286 .382 .386

SF 0 0 0 0

SH 0 1 6 7

SB 1 5 2 8

ATT 2 7 4 13

PO 7 12 51 70

A 0 0 2 2

E 1 0 2 3

FLD% .875 1.000 .964 .960

P L AY E R B I O S • 9


Emily AKIYAMA

5-7 • 3B • R/R • Senior Kirkland, Wash. Lake Washington

27

Junior season (2009) Appeared in 51 games with 49 starts … hit .192 with five doubles, three home runs, 11 RBI and 15 runs, all career highs … turned in a career-best .308 slugging percentage … was 2-for-2 in stolen base attempts … had six multi-hit games and three multi-RBI games … had a nine-game stretch from Feb. 22-March 21 in which she hit .458 (11-for-24) with eight RBI … had four multi-hit games in that stretch … was 2-for-3 with two RBI against Rider on Feb. 22, had back-to-back 2-for-3, two-RBI games against Western Carolina on March 7-8 and went 2-for-3 with a pair of runs against Furman on March 21 … against the Catamounts, had a pair of doubles in her first two-hit game, then followed that up with a two-run homer the following day … hit .500 (3for-6) in games against ranked opponents, going 1-for-1 with an RBI against No. 16 Georgia on Feb. 22 and following that up with singles in each game of a doubleheader against No. 16 North Carolina on Feb. 25 … had an RBI and scored a run in game two against the Tar Heels … went a combined 3-for-5 with a double and a home run in a pair of games against Army on Feb. 14 … was 1-for-3 with a home run and two runs scored at Elon in game one of a doubleheader on May 2 … went 2-for-3 with a run against College of Charleston in the Southern Conference tournament on May 7 … earned a spots on the Dean’s List in both semesters … named a National Fastpitch Coaches Association Scholar-Athlete for the 2008-09 school year … earned a spot on the Academic All-Southern Conference Team. Sophomore season (2008) Hit .180 on the season, seeing action in 24 games with 20 starts … had one home run and six RBI … hit her first career home run, a two-run shot, against Fordham on Feb. 29 … went 2-for-3 in the second game of a doubleheader against No. 23 North Carolina on March 5 … hit a two-run double and scored the eventual game-winning run in the eighth inning of a 10-9 win over Radford on April 1 … was one of two UNCG players to reach base in an exhibition against Team USA on April 10, getting hit by a pitch in the third inning … earned a spot on the Dean’s List for the spring semester … named an NFCA Scholar-Athlete for the 2007-08 school year.

High school Three-year letter winner at Lake Washington High School for coach Mike DeAguiar … two-time team captain … named all-league three times as a middle infielder and first team all-area by the King County Journal in 2005 as a junior … twice named King County Journal Athlete of the Week … a 2006 United States Marine Corps Distinguished Athlete Award winner … played three years of summer ball with the Washington Ladyhawks Gold-Miller team as a second and third baseman for coach Wayne Miller … Lake Washington Freshman season (2007) One of the Spartans’ key reserves during her freshman campaign … saw ac- Scholar Athlete in 2003. tion in 24 games, starting 14 … primarily saw action at third base and as a pinch-hitter … hit .111 with five hits and one run on the season … tallied her Personal first collegiate hit and scored her only run of the season in a 3-0 win over Emily Jean Akiyama … born Sept. 23, 1987, in Seattle, Wash. … daughter Bucknell on March 3 … also recorded her only RBI of the season against of John and Mary Akiyama … majoring in exercise and sports science with a Norfolk State the following day … was on the Dean’s List both semesters … concentration in kinesiology. named an NFCA Scholar-Athlete for the 2006-07 school year.

Akiyama’s career statistics Year 2007 2008 2009 TOTAL

Avg .111 .180 .192 .172

GP 28 24 51 103

GS 14 20 49 83

1 0 • P L AY E R B I O S

AB 45 50 120 215

R 1 3 15 19

H 5 9 23 37

2B 0 1 5 6

3B 0 0 0 0

HR 0 1 3 4

RBI 1 6 11 18

TB 5 13 37 55

SLG% .111 .260 .308 .256

BB HBP 8 0 2 2 14 0 24 2

SO 20 21 34 75

GDP 0 0 0 0

OB% .245 .241 .276 .261

SF 0 0 0 0

SH 2 1 2 5

SB 0 0 2 2

ATT 0 0 2 2

PO 3 11 49 63

A E 4 1 20 5 44 12 68 18

FLD% .875 .861 .886 .879

U N C G S PA R TA N S . C O M


Kaitlin MERKT

5-9 • SS • R/R • R-Junior Irvine, Calif. Woodbridge Team captain

17

Redshirt sophomore season (2009) Had a breakout offensive season despite missing 18 games with injury, earning a spot on the All-Southern Conference Second Team … appeared in 36 games with 35 starts … set or matched career highs in most offensive categories on the season, including hits (32), average (.317), runs scored (13), doubles (six), triples (one), home runs (six), RBI (20), slugging percentage (.574) and on-base percentage (.373); also had a career-best fielding percentage, making just four errors on the season in 124 chances, good for a .968 mark … had seven multi-hit games and four multi-RBI games … led the team in home runs for the second straight season … also led the team in slugging percentage and was second in batting average … hit her first career grand slam in just her second game back from injury, sending UNCG to a 5-3 win over Virginia Tech on April 30 … went 3-for-4 with four runs scored against Western Carolina on March 8 … her two-run home in the first inning against Appalachian State on March 29 was the difference in UNCG’s 2-1 win … drove in three runs and went 2-for-3 with a two-run homer in a 5-3 win over Campbell on March 31 … went a combined 4-for-7 with three RBI and three extra-base hits on her 21st birthday, smashing two doubles and a home run in a doubleheader split with Harvard on March 24 … hit .375 in nine SoCon games … hit five of her home runs in a span of 11 games played … had hits in 14 out of 16 games during one stretch, hitting .400 (20-for-50) from Feb. 15-March 29 … was hitting .338 before missing most of the month of April … hit .429 in three games against ranked teams, hitting a double against No. 16 Georgia on April 22 and singles in each game of a doubleheader at No. 16 North Carolina on April 25 …entered the school’s top 10 in career homers, finishing the season shutting it down for the season … posted a .238 batting average … had a home at No. 10 with 12 in her career. run and two RBI … scored four runs … had her best game against Morehead State on Feb. 16, going 2-for-3 with a homer, a walk and two runs scored. Redshirt freshman season (2008) Played in 54 games with 50 starts … led the team with five home runs and was second with six doubles … hit .196 on the season … had 13 RBI and scored High school 12 runs … drew 12 walks and shared the team lead with seven sacrifice hits Four-year letter winner at Woodbridge High School in Irvine, Calif. … named … had seven multi-hit games on the year, including a 3-for-4 effort with a All-Sea View Conference and to the Irvine World News All-City team from home run and three runs scored against Radford on April 1 … put together a 2004-06 … named to the 2006 Orange County Coaches’ all-star team … seven-game hitting streak in which she went 11-for-22 with five RBI and five helped the Warriors to three Sea View league titles and to the 2003 CIF Southruns scored … hit homers in back-to-back games on Feb. 23, going a com- ern Section Division I title … played six years of summer ball for the Irvine bined 3-for-7 with four RBI and three runs scored against Mount St. Mary’s Sting and was a member of the 2003 ASA 14U Western Nationals Tournament and Delaware State … her home run against Mount St. Mary’s accounted for championship team. the Spartans’ lone run in the 1-0 win … had two games with three RBI, doing Personal so against Delaware State and again against Western Carolina on April 6. Kaitlin Caroline Merkt … born March 24, 1988, in Orange, Calif. … daughter of Ron and Kim Merkt … majoring in exercise and sports science with a conFreshman season (2007) Redshirted due to injury … played in 11 games with seven starts before centration in kinesiology … minoring in business.

Merkt’s career statistics Year 2007 2008 2009 TOTAL

Avg GP .238 11 .196 54 .317 36 .245 101

GS 7 50 35 92

AB 21 143 101 265

R 4 12 13 29

H 5 28 32 65

UNCG SOFTBALL MEDIA GUIDE

2B 0 6 6 12

3B 0 0 1 1

HR 1 5 6 12

RBI TB SLG% 2 8 .381 13 49 .343 20 58 .574 35 115 .434

BB HBP 2 0 12 0 9 0 23 0

SO 7 51 20 78

GDP 0 0 0 0

OB% .304 .258 .373 .306

SF 0 0 0 0

SH 0 7 2 9

SB 0 0 1 1

ATT PO A E 0 7 5 2 0 99 66 8 1 64 56 4 1 170 127 14

FLD% .857 .954 .968 .955

P L AY E R B I O S • 1 1


Kristen GABEL

5-7 • OF • R/R • Junior Port Neches, Texas Port Neches-Groves

2

Sophomore season (2009) Appeared in 42 games with 36 starts, all in the outfield … hit .136 on the year with 12 hits … had four doubles and a triple … knocked in seven runs and scored 12 … drew seven walks … was 2-for-2 in stolen base attempts … went 2-for-3 with a double and a run against UNC Wilmington on Feb. 13 … was 1-for-3 with a double, a run and two RBI against Army the following day … scored a run in each of UNCG’s three games at Western Carolina, getting hits in each of the last two … had three RBI in game two of a doubleheader at Furman on March 21, hitting a bases-clearing triple in the first inning … drew a pair of walks in game one of a doubleheader against North Carolina Central on April 7, scoring twice in the contest … also earned two walks at Georgia Southern on April 19 … had an RBI single against College of Charleston in the Southern Conference tournament on May 7 … turned in a .949 fielding percentage on the season, committing just two errors in 39 chances … had three outfield assists .. earned a spot on the Dean’s List for the spring semester. Freshman season (2008) Played in 52 games with 44 starts … hit .148 on the season with three doubles and a home run among her 16 hits … had nine RBI … scored 10 runs … went 3-for-4 with a run scored and three RBI against Radford on April 1, including hitting what would prove to be the winning two-run single in the top of the eighth inning … was 2-for-2 with a double and a run against Chattanooga on March 21 … hit her first career home run against Towson on March 1 at the East Carolina Pirate Clash. High school Three-sport athlete at Port Neches-Groves HS … three-year varsity outfielder for Brook Buchanan … earned 2007 Defensive Player of the Year honors … was named second team all-state and was named to the Port Arthur News Dream Team, the Beaumont Enterprise Super Gold Team and the All-Southeast Texas Big School Team … also played basketball and ran cross country … played summer ball with the Texas Storm DeMarini. Personal Kristen Renee Gabel … born Aug. 11, 1989, in Mobile, Ala. … daughter of Robert Gabel and Traci Walter … has an older brother, Dustin, and a younger sister, Madisen … majoring in exercise and sports science with a concentration in sports medicine.

Gabel’s career statistics Year Avg 2008 .148 2009 .136 TOTAL .143

GP 52 42 94

GS 44 36 80

1 2 • P L AY E R B I O S

AB 108 88 196

R 10 12 22

H 16 12 28

2B 3 4 7

3B 0 1 1

HR 1 0 1

RBI 9 7 16

TB 22 18 40

SLG% .204 .205 .204

BB HBP 6 0 7 0 13 0

SO 39 37 76

GDP 0 1 1

OB% .191 .200 .195

SF 1 0 1

SH 3 4 7

SB 2 2 4

ATT 6 2 8

PO 52 34 86

A 2 3 5

E 2 2 4

FLD% .964 .949 .958

U N C G S PA R TA N S . C O M


Kayla HENSLEY

5-7 • INF • R/R • Junior Durham, Calif. Durham

3

Sophomore season (2009) Played 27 games with 12 starts … eight came at third base and four at shortstop … hit .152 on the season with five hits in 33 at bats … scored four runs and had three RBI … earned nine walks … turned in a .941 fielding percentage with two errors in 34 chances … put together a three-game hitting streak from April 25-29, going 1-for-3 in games against College of Charleston (April 25 and 26) and Liberty (April 29) … also had an RBI in her first game against the Cougars … went 1-for-2 with an RBI against Army on Feb. 14 … was 1-for-1 with three walks and an RBI against North Carolina A&T on April 16, drawing a bases-loaded walk to knock in a run … drew a pair of walks against Tennessee State on Feb. 21 … scored a run as a pinch-runner in the first game of the season, against North Florida on Feb. 6 … also scored against Florida Gulf Coast (Feb. 7), Campbell (March 31) and East Carolina (April 22) … earned a spot on the Dean’s List in the spring semester … named a National Fastpitch Coaches Association Scholar-Athlete for the 2008-09 school year … earned a spot on the Academic All-Southern Conference Team. Freshman season (2008) Saw action in 41 games, getting the starting nod in 25 … hit .103 on the year with a double and six runs scored … was successful in her only steal attempt … drew 10 walks on the season, with six coming in the Spartans’ last six games of the season … named an NFCA Scholar-Athlete and earned a spot on the Athletic Honor Roll for the 2007-08 school year. High school Three-sport athlete at Durham HS in Durham, Calif. … three-year varsity player for Wes Bill … earned all-league honors in 2005 and 2006 … league MVP in 2006 … participated in the all-star game in 2007… Trojans captured league titles in 2005 and 2006 … also competed in volleyball and basketball … played club ball for the Chico Starz. Personal Kayla Marie Hensley … born Dec. 11, 1988, in Durham, Calif. … daughter of Jeff and Cheryl Hensley … has one sister, Tonya (18) … majoring in elementary education.

Hensley’s career statistics Year Avg 2008 .103 2009 .152 TOTAL .121

GP 41 27 68

GS 25 12 37

AB 58 33 91

R 6 4 10

H 6 5 11

UNCG SOFTBALL MEDIA GUIDE

2B 1 0 1

3B 0 0 0

HR 0 0 0

RBI 0 3 3

TB 7 5 12

SLG% .121 .152 .132

BB HBP 10 1 9 0 19 1

SO 20 13 33

GDP 0 0 0

OB% .246 .333 .279

SF 0 0 0

SH 2 0 2

SB 1 0 1

ATT 1 0 1

PO 26 19 45

A E 35 10 13 2 48 12

FLD% .859 .941 .886

P L AY E R B I O S • 1 3


Katie STRIPLING 5-5 • C/OF • R/R • Junior Baytown, Texas Barbers Hill

29

Sophomore season (2009) Missed a portion of the season with injury … appeared in 17 games with two starts, one in right field and one at designated player … hit .222 on the season with two hits in nine at bats … drew two walks … had an on-base percentage of .364 … scored four runs on the season … had just one fielding chance on the season, but handled it flawlessly for a 1.000 fielding percentage … went 1-for-4 in a start at North Carolina A&T on April 16 … was 1-for-2 in a start against Liberty on April 29 … appeared in several games as a pinch-runner … drew a walk as a pinch-hitter and scored a run against College of Charleston on April 26 … scored a run against No. 16 Georgia as a pinch-runner on Feb. 22 … scored a run as a pinch-runner against No. 16 North Carolina on Feb. 25 … scored as a pinch-runner against North Carolina Central on April 7. Freshman season (2008) Played in 27 contests with 13 starts … saw action in the outfield, behind the plate and at designated player … hit .170 on the season with a triple and a home run … had three RBI … earned two walks … was 1-for-2 in stolen base attempts … made just one error in 27 chances for a .963 fielding percentage … caught one runner trying to steal … had two multi-hit games, coming in back-to-back games against Coastal Carolina at the JU/Best Western Invitational in Jacksonville, Fla. … was 2-for-2 against the Chanticleers on Feb. 9, then went 2-for-4 with an RBI triple against Coastal the next day … was 1-for3 with a two-run home run against Towson on March 1. High school Four-year catcher for Kirk Hall at Barbers Hill HS in Mont Belview, Texas … four-time all-district selection … two-time selection to SoutheastTexas.com’s All-Southeast Texas team … also saw time in the outfield and was an all-area selection at the position … led the Eagles to regional championships in 2005 and 2006 … team advanced to the state finals twice (2005, 2006) … competed with the Texas Storm DeMarini out of Bellaire, Texas … helped the Storm qualify for Gold Nationals in 2006 and 2007. Personal Katie Lynn Stripling … born April 2, 1989, in Houston, Texas … daughter of Clifton and Linda Stripling … has two brothers, Robert (27) and Craig (25) … majoring in exercise and sports science with a concentration in sports medicine.

Stripling’s career statistics Year Avg 2008 .170 2009 .222 TOTAL .179

GP 27 17 44

GS 13 2 15

1 4 • P L AY E R B I O S

AB 47 9 56

R 2 4 6

H 8 2 10

2B 0 0 0

3B 1 0 1

HR 1 0 1

RBI 3 0 3

TB 13 2 15

SLG% .277 .222 .268

BB HBP 2 2 2 0 4 2

SO 16 4 20

GDP 0 0 0

OB% .235 .364 .258

SF 0 0 0

SH 0 0 0

SB 1 0 1

ATT 2 0 2

PO 24 1 25

A 2 0 2

E 1 0 1

FLD% .963 1.000 .964

U N C G S PA R TA N S . C O M


Cory MATTSON

5-6 • RHP • R/R • Sophomore Everett, Wash. Everett

1

Freshman season (2009) Made 22 appearances with 12 starts … amassed a 3-7 record with a 4.56 ERA … threw four complete games with one shutout … logged 70.2 innings of work … struck out 69 batters … at the plate, hit .333 (2-for-6) with a home run and three RBI … also earned a start at designated player … slugged .833 … hit a solo home run at Western Carolina on March 8 for her first career hit, in just her third career official at bat … also had a sacrifice fly to give her a pair of RBI in the game … also picked up her first career win that day, allowing three runs (two earned) on seven hits and striking out what was then a career-high eight … tossed a four-hit shutout over North Carolina Central on April 7 for win No. 2, striking out six … grabbed her third win against North Carolina A&T on April 16, striking out a career-best 10 batters and allowing just three runs (two earned) on seven hits … struck out at least one batter in all but three appearances … went 1-for-3 with an RBI against Charlotte on April 14 … did not make an error in 18 chances for a perfect 1.000 fielding percentage. High school Four-year letterwinner at Everett High School for coach Kyle Peacocke … named The (Everett) Daily Herald’s Softball Player of the Year in 2006 and 2008 … named a Seattle Times All-Star in 2008 … three-time Seattle PostIntelligencer All-Star … helped lead the Seagulls to district championships in 2006 and 2008 and a third-place finish in the state in 2008 … graduated with numerous school records, including career wins (75), strikeouts (1,016), ERA (0.69), no-hitters (six), perfect games (three), home runs (eight), triples (nine), doubles (22) and RBI (69) … also played three years for coach Margo Leiter for the Lake Breeze Gold. Personal Cory Marie Mattson … born May 30, 1990, in Edmonds, Wash. … daughter of Paul and Joan Mattson … has a sister, Taylor (16) … majoring in environmental studies.

Mattson’s career statistics Year Avg 2009 .333 TOTAL .333

GP 4 4

Year ERA W 2009 4.56 3 TOTAL 4.56 3

GS 3 3 L 7 7

App 22 22

AB 6 6 GS 12 12

R 1 1

H 2 2

2B 0 0

CG SHO CBO 4 1 0 4 1 0

UNCG SOFTBALL MEDIA GUIDE

3B 0 0 SV 0 0

HR 1 1 IP 70.2 70.2

RBI 3 3

TB 5 5 H 96 96

SLG% .833 .833 R 52 52

BB HBP 0 0 0 0 ER 46 46

BB 40 40

SO 1 1 SO 69 69

GDP OB% 0 .286 0 .286 2B 10 10

3B HR 1 9 1 9

SF 1 1

SH 0 0

SB 0 0

ATT 0 0

BF B/Avg WP 354 .324 3 354 .324 3

PO 3 3

A 15 15

E 0 0

FLD% 1.000 1.000

HBP BK SFA SHA 6 0 3 9 6 0 3 9

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Jordan JEWETT

5-2 • OF • L/R • Sophomore Poulsbo, Wash. North Kitsap

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Freshman season (2009) Saw action in 52 contests with 48 starts … 47 starts came in right field, while the other was at designated player … hit .261 on the season, finishing the season as one of the Spartans’ hottest players … hit .415 over her last 13 games … was second on the team in triples (two) and stolen bases (5-for-7) … also had three doubles and 13 RBI … drew 16 walks … scored 20 runs … had a .338 on-base percentage … was second on the team with 12 multi-hit games, six of which came in the last two weeks of the season … had five multiRBI games, third-most on the team … went 3-for-4 with a run at Charlotte on Feb. 13 in the Green and White Classic … was 2-for-3 with a double and a run earlier in the day against UNC Wilmington … was 3-for-5 with two runs and two RBI at Elon on May 2 … had four hits in three games against Samford on April 10-11, including a double and a two-run triple in game one … was 1-for-3 with two walks and three runs in game two of a doubleheader against Charlotte on April 14 … hit .294 in 17 Southern Conference games, the third-best mark on the team in league play … led the team with 10 RBI in SoCon games … hit .308 at the SoCon tournament, notching two hits each against Appalachian State on May 7 and Georgia Southern on May 8. High school Played three years for North Kitsap High School for coach Bill Hobaugh … was selected for two all-star games and was a three-time All-Narrows Conference selection … was an All-Kitsap District selection … helped the Vikings to a seventh-place finish in the state in 2006 … led the team in batting average for two years … also played one year of soccer … was a three-year member of the Honor Roll … also played for the Washington Ladyhawks for two years for coach Wayne Miller … the Ladyhawks went to nationals both years. Personal Jordan Marie Jewett … born Jan. 17, 1990, in San Diego, Calif. … daughter of Stan and Lisa Jewett … has a brother, Daniel (18) … majoring in exercise and sports science with a concentration in kinesiology.

Jewett’s career statistics Year Avg 2009 .261 TOTAL .261

GP 52 52

GS 48 48

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AB 138 138

R 20 20

H 36 36

2B 3 3

3B 2 2

HR 0 0

RBI 13 13

TB 43 43

SLG% .312 .312

BB HBP 16 0 16 0

SO 25 25

GDP OB% 1 .338 1 .338

SF 0 0

SH 6 6

SB 5 5

ATT 7 7

PO 40 40

A 2 2

E 1 1

FLD% .977 .977

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Alex EMETERIO

5-5 • 1B • L/R • Sophomore Murrieta, Calif. Murrieta Valley

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Freshman season (2009) Had a stellar freshman campaign for the Spartans, landing a spot on the Southern Conference All-Freshman Team … started all 59 games, splitting time at first base and designated player, and posted a team-best .327 batting average, the top mark among freshmen in the SoCon … was 13th in the league in batting average overall … led the team with 31 walks, three triples and a .435 on-base percentage and was second on the squad with 25 RBI, 11 doubles and a .482 slugging percentage … was third on the team with 24 runs scored … her 31 walks were the fifth-most in school history and thirdmost in the SoCon on the season … her three triples tied for the ninth-most in a single season in school history … was the only UNCG player with more walks than strikeouts (21) … her three triples tied for second in the SoCon, her 11 doubles tied for fifth and her 55 hits tied for sixth … also in the top 10 in the league in on-base percentage (seventh) and total bases (ninth, 81) … led UNCG with 13 multi-hit games and eight multi-RBI games … hit .417 and slugged .667 in UNCG’s four SoCon tournament games, including a 3-for-3 effort against Furman in which she fell a home run short of the cycle … started her career with a 2-for-3 effort with two RBI against North Florida on Feb. 6 … had eight games with at least two walks, including a pair of three-walk games just three days apart (at Furman on March 21 and vs. Harvard on March 24) … had a seven-game hitting streak from March 7-24 and an eight-game hitting streak from April 19-29 … went 5-for-10 with her only stolen base of the season in the three-game series at Western Carolina on March 7-8 … had four hits in a pair of wins over Army on Feb. 14, going 2-for-3 in both games … also had two hits in each game of a doubleheader sweep of North Carolina Central on April 7, scoring four runs and clubbing two doubles and a home run … had a season-high three RBI in game two of a doubleheader against Charlotte on April 14 … scored the only run in a 1-0 win over Georgia Southern on April 18. High school Played three years for Murrieta Valley High for coach Ann Romero-Parks … took All-Southwestern League honors twice … also named all-county … played for the Riverside County All-Star team in 2008 … named to the Californian All-Valley Team twice … set the school record for single-season batting average … was named the Offensive Player of the Year for the freshman team in 2005 and for the varsity team as a junior and senior … was the varsity team’s Rookie of the Year as a sophomore … earned the school’s Excellence in Athletics Award in 2008 … also played for American Athletics out of Orange County for two years. Personal Alex Jordan Emeterio … born Aug. 14, 1990, in Murrieta, Calif. … daughter of Nick and Joy Emeterio … has a sister, Samantha (16), and a brother, Nolan (6) … majoring in communication studies.

Emeterio’s career statistics Year Avg 2009 .327 TOTAL .327

GP 59 59

GS 59 59

AB 168 168

R 24 24

H 55 55

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2B 11 11

3B 3 3

HR 3 3

RBI 25 25

TB 81 81

SLG% .482 .482

BB HBP 31 1 31 1

SO 21 21

GDP OB% 1 .435 1 .435

SF 0 0

SH 2 2

SB 1 1

ATT PO 1 149 1 149

A 14 14

E 7 7

FLD% .959 .959

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April LANGLEY

5-5 • OF • S/R • Junior Wilson, N.C. Fike Pitt CC

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Sophomore season (2009 at Pitt Community College) Earned All-Region X Conference and Region X All-Tournament honors … helped the squad to a 27-10 overall record (12-4 Region X) and a spot in the Region X title game … hit .316 with nine doubles, three triples and 12 RBI … scored 29 runs and drew 15 walks … led the team with 19 stolen bases in 20 attempts. Freshman season (2008 at Pitt Community College) Earned All-Region X Conference and Region X All-Tournament honors … led the team with a .345 batting average, 17 doubles and 47 runs scored … also had two triples and 22 RBI … was 22-for-26 in stolen base attempts. High school Was a four-year All-Big 8 Conference performer for coach Brent Pearson at Fike High School in Wilson, N.C., helping the Demons to four conference championships … had Fike’s highest batting average in both her junior and senior seasons … team MVP both seasons … At the club level, she played a combined 10 years for the Wilson Diamonds for coach Ricky Cook and the Triangle Lightning for coach Tim Moose … the Wilson Diamonds won the Southeastern Regional 10U and the 16U World Series … was also a two-year all-conference pick in volleyball for Fike, helping the squad to a Big 8 Conference title in 2007. Personal April Gail Langley ... born April 12, 1989, in Wilson, N.C. ... daughter of Michael and Gail Langley … majoring in exercise and sports science with a concentration in kinesiology.

Chelsea D’AMBROSIO 5-3 • C • R/R • Freshman Houston, Texas J. Frank Dobie

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High school Four-year letterwinner for coach Robin Rackley at J. Frank Dobie High School in Houston, Texas … was a three-time all-district honoree and a two-time AllGreater Houston selection … was named the team’s best offensive player in each of her last three seasons … helped the team to district and bi-area championships in 2007 … also helped the Longhorns to a district co-championship in 2008 … played club ball for two years for Texas Storm DeMarini for coaches Carla Newsom and Kelly Bembry … was a member of the 10U AFA national championship team … was a two-time letterwinner in volleyball … earned four letters in choir. Personal Chelsea Nicole D’Ambrosio ... born April 26, 1991, in Houston, Texas ... daughter of Anthony and Joan D’Ambrosio … has an older brother, Keaton, and an older sister, Lindsey ... majoring in psychology.

Raeanne HANKS

5-9 • RHP • R/R • Freshman Rainier, Ore. Rainier Senior

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High school Was a four-sport student-athlete at Rainier Senior High School in Ranier, Ore. … was a first-team all-state and All-Lewis & Clark League selection in softball for coach Pat White … helped her team to four state tournament appearances, including a pair of third-place finishes, and three straight league titles … was also a first-team all-league and all-state performer in volleyball, helping the Columbians to a fifth-place state finish … earned first-team allstate tournament honors … was the league player of the year in 2008 … was an honorable mention all-league selection in basketball, helping the team to a 39-0 record and league, district and state titles. … also swam for a year for Ranier, earning team MVP and second-team all-district honors … was team captain for the softball, volleyball and basketball teams ... was an honor roll student and a Business Leader of Tomorrow … participated in theatre for two years … played on the Oregon Silver Bullets club softball team for a year. Personal Raeanne Marley Hanks ... born Oct. 18, 1990, in Longview, Wash. ... daughter of Ken Hanks and Laurie Womack … has three siblings, Cassie (18), Nick (13) and Jayce (6) … majoring in social work.

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Eileen HORSMON

5-10 • 1B • R/R • Freshman Dunkirk, Md. Northern

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High school Four-time All-Southern Maryland Athletic Conference performer for coach Robert Radford at Northern High School in Owings, Md. … was named the 2009 Player of the Year by both The (Southern Maryland) Recorder and The Calvert Independent … was a three-time Washington Post All-Extra … also took All-Metropolitan Md., D.C. and Va. honors from the Washington Post in 2009 … Maryland’s fourth-leading home run hitter of all-time … led the SMAC in home runs in 2009 … helped Northern to three straight conference and regional titles and state 3A championships in 2008 and 2009 … also played two years of basketball at Northern … played club softball for the Bayside Blues for nine years, helping coach Mike Kriner’s team qualify for the ASA Class A Nationals with just eight players. Personal Eileen Elizabeth Horsmon ... born March 20, 1991, in Laurel, Md. ... daughter of Edward and Kathy Horsmon … has an older sister, Allison ... her father played football for Towson … majoring in criminology.

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Heather ROBB

5-2 • INF • R/R • Freshman Apex, N.C. Middle Creek

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High school Four-year letterwinner for coach Robbie Wray at Middle Creek High School in Apex, N.C. … earned all-state honors as a junior and senior … was a threetime All-District 3 and all-county performer … took All-Tri 8 Conference and academic all-conference honors four times … was district, regional and conference player of the year in 2009 … won Middle Creek’s Wendy’s High School Heisman Award … holds school records for career hits, doubles, triples, home runs, RBI, runs scored and hit by pitch and single-season records for triples, home runs, runs, RBI and hit by pitch … helped the Mustangs win the Tri8 Conference championship in 2008 … also helped the team to a regional runner-up finish and fourth place in the 4A state championships … made the state playoff appearances in her final three years on the team … member of the National Honor Society … played for the 18U NC Lady Lightning Gold summer team under coach John Corn. Personal Heather Michelle Robb ... born Nov. 20, 1990, in Raleigh, N.C. ... daughter of George and Lois Robb … has an older brother, Eric, who played baseball for The Citadel … also has a cousin, Drew Woodall, who currently plays baseball at Charleston Southern ... majoring in business.

5-7 • 3B • R/R • Freshman Port Orchard, Wash. South Kitsap

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High school Three-year letterwinner for coach Kathy Ballew at South Kitsap High School in Port Orchard, Wash. … was an All-Narrows League selection in 2008 and 2009 … was selected to the Kitsap County Softball Showcase All-Star Game in 2007, 2008 and 2009 … played two years for coach Wayne Miller for the 18U Washington Ladyhawks Gold – Miller, helping the team to the 18U ASA Gold Nationals and a second-place regional finish in 2008 … also helped the Washington Acers to the 16U ASA “A” Nationals in 2007 and the Washington Sudden Impact to the nationals in 2006 … part of the Sudden Impact team that reached the 14U ASA “A” Nationals in 2005 … played two years of soccer for South Kitsap. Personal Allyson Jerene Johnson ... born Sept. 27, 1990, in Tacoma, Wash. ... daughter of Craig Johnson and Janine Johnson … has a younger sister, Brittany ... majoring in social work.

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2009 STATISTICS Overall: 26-33 Batting

SoCon: 9-12

Home: 11-11

Away: 8-14

Neutral: 7-8

Player 37 Alex Emeterio 17 Kaitlin Merkt 12 Brittany Ausley 13 Lyndsay Mouse 24 Jordan Jewett 19 Mary Catherine Vercoe 4 Whitney Sirois 23 Laura Olenderski 22 Whitney Miller 5 Leslie Furness 27 Emily Akiyama 2 Kristen Gabel -------------1 Cory Mattson 29 Katie Stripling 20 Hannah Angel 3 Kayla Hensley

AVG .327 .317 .295 .281 .261 .247 .228 .214 .197 .192 .192 .136

GP 59 36 58 59 52 56 45 46 27 34 51 42

GS 59 35 58 59 48 54 35 35 21 27 49 36

AB 168 101 176 167 138 150 101 70 66 73 120 88

R 24 13 36 29 20 13 10 15 5 5 15 12

H 55 32 52 47 36 37 23 15 13 14 23 12

2B 11 6 12 11 3 7 4 3 2 4 5 4

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

HR 3 6 3 4 0 3 0 1 0 1 3 0

RBI 25 20 21 22 13 26 9 7 9 5 11 7

TB 81 58 73 72 43 53 29 21 15 21 37 18

SLG% .482 .574 .415 .431 .312 .353 .287 .300 .227 .288 .308 .205

BB 31 9 27 14 16 15 7 13 7 8 14 7

HBP 1 0 1 2 0 2 2 6 1 0 0 0

SO 21 20 34 42 25 28 16 27 13 24 34 37

GDP 1 0 1 1 1 3 1 0 0 0 0 1

OB% .435 .373 .390 .341 .338 .320 .286 .382 .284 .268 .276 .200

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

SH 2 2 3 19 6 0 7 6 0 0 2 4

SB 1 1 0 14 5 0 0 2 0 0 2 2

ATT 1 1 1 20 7 0 0 4 0 0 2 2

PO 149 64 86 153 40 114 218 51 30 133 49 34

A 14 56 7 70 2 13 21 2 24 20 44 3

E FLD% 7 .959 4 .968 4 .959 11 .953 1 .977 3 .977 4 .984 2 .964 9 .857 0 1.000 12 .886 2 .949

.333 .222 .167 .152

4 17 14 27

3 2 9 12

6 9 12 33

1 4 3 4

2 2 2 5

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

1 0 1 0

3 0 1 3

5 2 5 5

.833 .222 .417 .152

0 2 1 9

0 0 0 0

1 4 7 13

0 0 0 0

.286 .364 .231 .333

1 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 0 1 0

0 0 1 0

3 1 5 19

15 0 33 13

0 1.000 0 1.000 3 .927 2 .941

Totals Opponents

.250 59 .269 59

59 59

1478 209 370 72 9 1500 256 404 45 2

26 39

182 538 .364 229 570 .380

346 9 324 2

.336 .375

9 51 12 51

180 15 221 40

28 39 1157 380 66 .959 84 106 1157 449 61 .963

LOB - Team (368), Opp (412). DPs turned - Team (13), Opp (17). IBB - Team (0), Opp (1). Picked off - Jewett 1, Emeterio 1.

Pitching Player 20 Hannah Angel 21 Amber Harrell 1 Cory Mattson

ERA 2.73 4.13 4.56

W 13 10 3

L 13 13 7

APP 34 31 22

GS 25 22 12

CG 17 16 4

Totals Opponents

3.59 2.78

26 33

33 26

59 59

59 37 59 27

SHO CBO 4 1 1 1 1 0

SV 0 0 0

IP 169.1 145.2 70.2

7 7

0 4

385.2 404 256 385.2 370 209

1 1

H 158 150 96

R 90 114 52

ER 66 86 46

BB 85 96 40

SO 119 136 69

2B 17 18 10

3B 1 0 1

198 221 324 45 2 153 180 346 72 9

HR 16 14 9

AB 637 567 296

B/Avg .248 .265 .324

39 26

1500 .269 1478 .250

WP 14 16 3

HBP 10 24 6

BK 2 0 0

SFA SHA 5 27 4 15 3 9

33 32

40 15

2 2

12 9

51 51

PB - Team (8), Sirois 5, Furness 3, Opp (10). Pickoffs - Team (1), Angel 1, Opp (2). SBA/ATT - Sirois (51-62), Harrell (44-54), Furness (33-44), Angel (29-38), Mattson (11-14).

Fielding Player 5 Leslie Furness 1 Cory Mattson 29 Katie Stripling 4 Whitney Sirois 19 Mary Catherine Vercoe 24 Jordan Jewett 17 Kaitlin Merkt 23 Laura Olenderski 21 Amber Harrell 37 Alex Emeterio 12 Brittany Ausley 13 Lyndsay Mouse 2 Kristen Gabel 3 Kayla Hensley 20 Hannah Angel 27 Emily Akiyama 22 Whitney Miller

C 153 18 1 243 130 43 124 55 53 170 97 234 39 34 41 105 63

PO 133 3 1 218 114 40 64 51 8 149 86 153 34 19 5 49 30

A 20 15 0 21 13 2 56 2 43 14 7 70 3 13 33 44 24

E 0 0 0 4 3 1 4 2 2 7 4 11 2 2 3 12 9

Totals Opponents

1603 1157 380 66 .959 1667 1157 449 61 .963

Hitting minimums - 1.0 TPA/Game Pitching minimums - 1.0 IP/Game

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FLD% 1.000 1.000 1.000 .984 .977 .977 .968 .964 .962 .959 .959 .953 .949 .941 .927 .886 .857

DPs 2 0 0 0 3 1 6 0 2 4 2 3 1 0 0 2 2

SBA 33 11 0 51 0 0 0 0 44 0 0 0 0 0 29 0 0

CSB 11 3 0 11 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 9 0 0

SBA% .750 .786 .000 .823 .000 .000 .000 .000 .815 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .763 .000 .000

PB 3 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

CI 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

13 17

84 28

22 11

.792 .718

8 0 10 0

Jordan Jewett committed just one error in 52 games last season.

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2009 RESULTS Game date Opponent Feb. 06 vs. North Florida # Feb. 06 at South Florida # Feb. 07 vs. Illinois State # Feb. 07 vs. Florida Gulf Coast # Feb. 08 vs. Minnesota # Feb. 13 vs. UNC Wilmington % Feb. 13 at Charlotte % Feb. 14 vs. Army % Feb. 14 vs. Army % Feb. 15 at Charlotte % Feb. 20 vs. Marshall $ Feb. 20 vs. Ball State $ Feb. 21 vs. Tennessee State $ Feb. 21 vs. IUPUI $ Feb. 22 at Georgia $ Feb. 25 at North Carolina Feb. 25 at North Carolina Feb. 27 RIDER @ March 07 at Western Carolina * March 07 at Western Carolina * March 08 at Western Carolina * March 21 at Furman * March 21 at Furman * March 22 at Furman * March 24 HARVARD March 24 HARVARD March 28 APPALACHIAN STATE * March 29 APPALACHIAN STATE * March 29 APPALACHIAN STATE * March 31 CAMPBELL March 31 CAMPBELL April 07 NC CENTRAL April 07 NC CENTRAL April 10 SAMFORD * April 11 SAMFORD * April 11 SAMFORD * April 14 CHARLOTTE April 14 CHARLOTTE April 16 at North Carolina A&T April 16 at North Carolina A&T April 18 at Georgia Southern * April 18 at Georgia Southern * April 19 at Georgia Southern * April 22 at East Carolina April 22 at East Carolina April 25 COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON * April 25 COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON * April 26 COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON * April 29 LIBERTY April 29 LIBERTY April 30 VIRGINIA TECH April 30 VIRGINIA TECH May 02 at Elon * May 02 at Elon * May 03 at Elon * May 07 vs. Appalachian State & May 07 vs. College of Charleston & May 08 vs. Furman & May 08 vs. Georgia Southern &

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

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

* = Southern Conference game # = USF Louisville Slugger Tournament (Tampa, Fla.) % = Green and White Classic (Charlotte, N.C.) $ = Sixth Annual Georgia Classic (Athens, Ga.) @ = UNCG Spartan Classic (Greensboro, N.C.) & = Southern Conference Tournament (Chattanooga, Tenn.) () extra inning game

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

LEADERS Inns 7 7 7 7 7 7 (8) 7 5 7 7 7 7 7 5 7 6 5 (9) 7 6 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 5 5 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 5 7 7 7 7 7 7 5 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

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

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

Pitcher of record Angel (W 1-0) Harrell (L 0-1) Mattson (L 0-1) Harrell (L 0-2) Angel (W 2-0) Angel (W 3-0) Harrell (W 1-2) Angel (W 4-0) Harrell (W 2-2) Angel (L 4-1) Angel (L 4-2) Harrell (L 2-3) Angel (L 4-3) Harrell (L 2-4) Angel (L 4-4) Harrell (L 2-5) Angel (L 4-5) Harrell (W 3-5) Harrell (L 3-6) Angel (W 5-5) Mattson (W 1-1) Angel (L 5-6) Harrell (L 3-7) Angel (W 6-6) Angel (W 7-6) Harrell (L 3-8) Mattson (L 1-2) Angel (W 8-6) Harrell (L 3-9) Angel (L 8-7) Harrell (W 4-9) Angel (W 9-7) Mattson (W 2-2) Angel (W 10-7) Mattson (L 2-3) Harrell (W 5-9) Angel (L 10-8) Harrell (L 5-10) Angel (L 10-9) Mattson (W 3-3) Angel (W 11-9) Mattson (L 3-4) Angel (L 11-10) Angel (L 11-11) Harrell (L 5-11) Mattson (L 3-5) Harrell (L 5-12) Angel (L 11-12) Angel (W 12-12) Harrell (W 6-12) Harrell (W 7-12) Mattson (L 3-6) Angel (W 13-12) Harrell (W 8-12) Mattson (L 3-7) Angel (L 13-13) Harrell (W 9-12) Harrell (W 10-12) Harrell (L 10-13)

Time 2:25 2:09 2:30 3:00 2:30 1:31 2:03 1:39 1:31 1:55 1:36 2:12 2:21 1:44 1:38 1:44 2:13 1:22 2:15 2:00 1:47 1:31 1:46 1:43 1:40 2:15 1:38 1:28 1:53 1:58 2:03 1:25 1:30 1:54 1:50 2:00 1:37 2:20 2:04 2:00 1:50 1:40 2:03 1:58 1:32 1:52 1:47 2:12 1:35 1:29 1:59 1:50 2:22 2:10 2:04 1:27 1:49 1:45 1:50

Batting

Batting Average Player ............................................... Avg. 37 Alex Emeterio .................................. .327 17 Kaitlin Merkt ................................... .317 12 Brittany Ausley ................................ .295 13 Lyndsay Mouse ............................... .281 Runs Scored Player .............................................. Runs 12 Brittany Ausley ....................................36 13 Lyndsay Mouse ...................................29 37 Alex Emeterio ...................................... 24 24 Jordan Jewett ......................................20 Hits Player ................................................Hits 37 Alex Emeterio ......................................55 12 Brittany Ausley ....................................52 13 Lyndsay Mouse ................................... 47 19 Mary Catherine Vercoe ........................ 37 Runs Batted In Player ................................................ RBI 19 Mary Catherine Vercoe ........................26 37 Alex Emeterio ......................................25 13 Lyndsay Mouse ...................................22 12 Brittany Ausley .................................... 21 Home Runs Player ................................................. HR 17 Kaitlin Merkt ......................................... 6 13 Lyndsay Mouse ..................................... 4 4 tied at ..................................................... 3 Doubles Player ................................................. 2B 12 Brittany Ausley ....................................12 37 Alex Emeterio ...................................... 11 13 Lyndsay Mouse ................................... 11 19 Mary Catherine Vercoe .......................... 7 Triples Player ................................................. 3B 37 Alex Emeterio ........................................ 3 24 Jordan Jewett ........................................ 2 4 tied at ..................................................... 1 On Base Percentage Player ............................................... OBP 37 Alex Emeterio .................................. .435 12 Brittany Ausley ................................ .390 23 Laura Olenderski ............................ .382 17 Kaitlin Merkt ................................... .373

Pitching

Earned Run Average Player ................................................ERA 20 Hannah Angel ..................................2.73 21 Amber Harrell ................................... 4.13 1 Cory Mattson ....................................4.56 Wins Player .............................................. Wins 20 Hannah Angel .....................................13 21 Amber Harrell ...................................... 10 1 Cory Mattson ......................................... 3 Strikeouts Players ...................................................K 21 Amber Harrell ....................................136 20 Hannah Angel ................................... 119 1 Cory Mattson .......................................69 Innings Pitched Player ...................................................IP 20 Hannah Angel ................................169.1 21 Amber Harrell .................................145.2 1 Cory Mattson ....................................70.2

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THE SOUTHERN CONFERENCE The Southern Conference, which began its 89th season of intercollegiate competition in 2009, is a national leader in emphasizing the development of the student-athlete and in helping to build lifelong leaders and role models. The Southern Conference has been on the forefront of innovation and originality in developing creative solutions to address issues facing intercollegiate athletics. From establishing the first conference basketball tournament (1921), tackling the issue of freshmen eligibility (1922), developing women’s championships (1984), to becoming the first conference to install the three-point goal in basketball (1980), the Southern Conference has been a pioneer. The Southern Conference is the nation’s fiftholdest NCAA Division I collegiate athletic association. Only the Big Ten (1896), the Missouri Valley (1907), the Pacific 10 (1915) and the Southwestern Athletic (1920) conferences are older in terms of origination. Academic excellence has been a major part of the Southern Conference’s tradition. Hundreds of Southern Conference student-athletes have been recognized on ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-America and all-district teams. A total of 19 Rhodes Scholarship winners have been selected from conference institutions. The Conference currently consists of 12 members in five states throughout the Southeast and sponsors 19 varsity sports and championships that produce participants for NCAA Division I Championships. The Southern Conference offices are located in the historic Beaumont Mill in Spartanburg, S.C. A textile mill that was in operation from 1880 until 1999, Beaumont Mill was renovated in 2004 and today offers the league first class meeting areas and offices as well as a spacious library for storage of the conference’s historical documents. Membership history On Feb. 25, 1921, representatives from 14 of the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association’s (SIAA) 30 members met at Atlanta’s Piedmont Hotel to establish the Southern Intercollegiate Conference. On hand at the inaugural meeting were officials from Alabama, Alabama Polytechnic Institute (Auburn), Clemson, Georgia, Georgia School of Technology (Georgia Tech), Kentucky, Maryland, Mississippi A&M (Mississippi State), North Carolina, North Carolina State, Tennessee, Virginia, Virginia Polytechnic Institute (Virginia Tech) and Washington & Lee. Dr. S.V. Sanford of Georgia was chosen as acting chairman and N.W. Dougherty of Tennessee was named secretary. The decision to form a new athletic conference was motivated by the desire to have a workable number of conference games for each league member. With 30 schools in the SIAA by the early 1920s, it was impossible to play every school at least once during the regular season and many schools went several years between playing some conference members. In addition, in 1920, the SIAA voted down proposed rules that an athlete must be in a college a year before playing on its teams and refused to abolish a rule permitting athletes to play

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summer baseball for money. Play began in the fall of 1921 and a year later, six more schools joined the fledgling league including Tulane (which had attended the inaugural meeting but had elected not to join), Florida, Louisiana (LSU), Mississippi, South Carolina and Vanderbilt. VMI joined in 1925 and Duke was added in 1929. By the 1930s, membership in the Southern Conference had reached 23 schools. C.P. “Sally” Miles of Virginia Tech, president of the Southern Conference, called the annual league meeting to order on Dec. 9, 1932 at the Farragut Hotel in Knoxville, Tenn. Georgia’s Dr. Sanford announced that 13 institutions west and south of the Appalachian Mountains were reorganizing as the Southeastern Conference. Members of the new league included Alabama, Alabama Polytechnic Institute, Florida, Georgia, Georgia School of Technology, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Mississippi A&M, University of the South, Tennessee, Tulane and Vanderbilt. According to the minutes of the meeting, Dr. Sanford stated that the division was made along geographical lines. Florida’s Dr. J.J. Tigert, acting as spokesman for the withdrawing group, regretted the move but believed it was necessary as the Southern Conference had grown too large. The resignations were accepted and the withdrawing schools formed the new league which began play in 1932. The Southern Conference continued with membership of 10 institutions including Clemson, Duke, Maryland, North Carolina, North Carolina State, South Carolina, Virginia, VMI, Virginia Tech and Washington & Lee. The second major shift occurred some 20 years later. By 1952, the Southern Conference included 17 colleges and universities. Another split occurred when seven schools including Clemson, Duke, Maryland, North Carolina, North Carolina State, South Carolina and Wake Forest departed to form the Atlantic Coast Conference, which began play in 1953. The revamped Southern Conference included members The Citadel, Davidson, Furman, George Washington, Richmond, VMI, Virginia Tech, Washington & Lee, West Virginia and William & Mary. Today, the league continues to thrive with a membership that includes 12 institutions and a footprint that spans five states: Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Alabama and Georgia. Current league members are Appalachian State, College of Charleston, The Citadel, Davidson, Elon, Furman, Georgia Southern, UNC Greensboro, Samford, Chattanooga, Western Carolina and Wofford. Leadership John Iamarino was officially named commissioner of the conference on January 2, 2006. Iamarino has promoted the Southern Conference through an ambitious agenda which has improved competition, upgraded compliance-related matters, launched the conference’s Hall of Fame and increased the marketing and brand awareness of the conference and its member institutions. The Southern Conference named its first commissioner in December 1950. Duke head football coach Wallace Wade made the transition from Blue Devil football coach to athletics administration as the first person at the helm of the conference.

www.soconsports.com t Lloyd Jordan replaced Wade as the commissioner in 1960 and served a 14-year term until Ken Germann became the league head in 1974. Germann was the commissioner for 13 years and orchestrated the league’s expansion to include women’s athletics. In 1987, he was succeeded by Dave Hart who spearheaded the transfer of the league office from Charlotte, N.C., to Asheville, N.C. Wright Waters succeeded Hart upon his retirement in 1991. Under Waters’ leadership, the Southern Conference expanded to 12 members, added three women’s sports and posted record revenue from the basketball tournament. Waters, who is currently the commissioner of the Sun Belt Conference, was followed by Alfred B. White in 1998. White, a veteran member of the NCAA office, introduced the current conference logo and elevated the conference’s commitment to marketing and development of corporate partners. Danny Morrison headed the conference from 2001-2005 and orchestrated the league’s move from Asheville, N.C., to Spartanburg, S.C. Under Morrison’s leadership, the conference increased its marketing and promotional efforts. Championship history The first Southern Conference Championship was the league basketball tournament held in Atlanta in 1922. The North Carolina Tar Heels won the tournament to become the first recognized league champion in any sport. The Southern Conference Tournament remains the oldest of its kind in college basketball. Commissioner Germann spearheaded the Southern Conference’s expansion to include women’s athletics during the 1983-84 season. That year, league championships were held in volleyball, basketball and tennis. Cross country joined the mix in 1985 and the league began holding indoor and outdoor track championships in 1988. Most recently, the conference instituted golf and softball championships in the spring of 1994 and added soccer in the fall of 1994. The Germann Cup, named in honor of the former commissioner, annually recognizes the top women’s athletics programs in the conference. From its humble beginnings, women’s athletics have become an integral part of the Southern Conference and its success. The Southern Conference declares champions in 10 men’s sports - football, soccer, cross country, basketball, indoor track and field, outdoor track and field, wrestling, baseball, tennis and golf - and nine women’s sports - soccer, volleyball, cross country, basketball, indoor track and field, outdoor track & field, tennis, golf and softball.

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2009 SOCON REVIEW 2009 Southern Conference standings SoCon Team Chattanooga Appalachian St. College of Charleston Georgia Southern Furman UNC Greensboro Samford Western Carolina Elon

Record 15-5 14-9 14-9 14-10 11-12 9-12 10-14 7-14 6-15

Overall Pct .750 .609 .609 .583 .478 .429 .417 .333 .286

Home 9-2 10-2 8-4 9-3 8-3 3-6 7-5 4-8 3-6

Away 6-3 4-7 6-5 5-7 3-9 6-6 3-9 3-6 3-9

Record 30-22 26-29 23-26 29-25 22-29 26-33 21-30 12-35 15-32

Pct .577 .473 .469 .537 .431 .441 .412 .255 .319

Home 19-7 11-5 11-10 15-10 12-5 11-11 11-10 4-16 9-10

Away 7-9 11-16 10-11 10-13 8-19 8-14 5-14 4-11 5-16

Neutral 4-6 4-8 2-5 4-2 2-5 7-8 5-6 4-8 1-6

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Kaitlin Merkt was voted second-team All-Southern Conference at shortstop last season.

2009 Southern Conference Championship (Chattanooga, Tenn.) May 7 #8 Western Carolina 4, #9 Elon 1 #3 Appalachian State 2, #6 UNC Greensboro 0 #7 Samford 6, #2 College of Charleston 1 #5 Furman 9, #4 Georgia Southern 3 #1 Chattanooga 2, Western Carolina 1 UNC Greensboro 5, College of Charleston 3 Georgia Southern 6, Western Carolina 1 Chattanooga 2, Furman 0 Samford 3, Appalachian State 1 May 8 UNC Greensboro 4, Furman 3 Georgia Southern 1, Appalachian State 0 Georgia Southern 9, UNC Greensboro 2 Chattanooga 3, Samford 2 May 9 Georgia Southern 4, Samford 3 Chattanooga 7, Georgia Southern 2 All-Tournament Team Kayla Richardson, Appalachian State Abby Robertson, Furman Jenny Side, Georgia Southern Robyne Siliga, Georgia Southern Brianna Streetmon, Georgia Southern Jessica Owens, Samford Brooke Loudermilk, Chattanooga Lyndsey Stiles, Chattanooga Kandice Irwin, Chattanooga Michelle Fuzzard, Chattanooga Most Outstanding Player: Brianna Streetmon, Georgia Southern

NCAA regionals (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) May 15 Texas 1, Chattanooga 0 (9)

May 16 Mississippi Valley State 1, Chattanooga 0

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First Team P - Brianna Streetmon, Georgia Southern P - Kayla Richardson, Appalachian State C - Abby Robertson, Furman 1B - Michelle Fuzzard, Chattanooga 2B - Tiffany Baker, Chattanooga SS - Nina Iduate, Georgia Southern 3B - Kristie Shifflett, College of Charleston OF - Lyndsey Stiles, Chattanooga OF - Katie Forbes, College of Charleston OF - Marie Fogle, Georgia Southern DP - Mollie Fowler, Western Carolina UT - Megen Smith, Georgia Southern

Second Team P - Michelle Fuzzard, Chattanooga P - Lana Mackey, Furman C - Michelle Lighton, Appalachian State C - Brittany Eason, Chattanooga 1B - Sam Russo, Georgia Southern 2B - Amber Shifflett, College of Charleston SS - Kaitlin Merkt, UNC Greensboro 3B - Katie Boyd, Appalachian State OF - Kaiti Kelley, Chattanooga OF - Amanda Hall, Georgia Southern OF - Stephanie Field, Furman DP - Shannon Howard, College of Charleston UT - Robyn Harmon, Samford

Alex Emeterio was named to the inaugural SoCon AllFreshman Team.

All-Freshman Team Megan Rembielak, Appalachian State Katie Forbes, College of Charleston Stephanie Field, Furman Hanna Ennis, Georgia Southern Marie Fogle, Georgia Southern Alex Emeterio, UNC Greensboro Robyn Harmon, Samford Amy Gonzalez, Samford Jenni Martin, Chattanooga Chelsea Schaffer, Western Carolina Player of the Year: Kristie Shifflett, College of Charleston Pitcher of the Year: Brianna Streetmon, Georgia Southern Coach of the Year: Frank Reed, Chattanooga Freshman of the Year: Marie Fogle, Georgia Southern

2009 Players of the Week

Feb. 9 - Jessica Owens, Samford Feb. 16 - Katie Boyd, Appalachian State Feb. 23 - Katie Boyd, Appalachian State March 4 - Brittany Eason, Chattanooga March 10 - Shannon Howard, College of Charleston March 16 - Kristie Shifflet, College of Charleston March 23 - Stephanie Cushing, Furman March 30 - Robyne Siliga, Georgia Southern April 6 - Toni Hutchison, Chattanooga April 13 - Brittany Ausley, UNC Greensboro

April 20 - Amber Shifflett, College of Charleston April 27 - Katie Forbes, College of Charleston May 4 - Michelle Fuzzard, Chattanooga

2009 Players of the Month

February - Katie Boyd, Appalachian State March - Tiffany Baker, Chattanooga April - Amber Shifflett, College of Charleston May - Jessica Owens, Samford

2009 Pitchers of the Week

Feb. 9 - Kandice Irwin, Chattanooga Feb. 16 - Amber Harrell, UNC Greensboro Feb. 23 - Ashley Stubbs, Appalachian State March 4 - Kandice Irwin, Chattanooga March 10 - Terri Mesko, College of Charleston March 16 - Brianna Streetmon, Georgia Southern March 23 - Stephanie Royall, Samford March 30 - Stephanie Royall, Samford April 6 - Brianna Streetmon, Georgia Southern April 13 - Lana Mackey, Furman April 20 - Terri Mesko, College of Charleston April 27 - Lana Mackey, Furman May 4 - Amber Harrell, UNC Greensboro

2009 Pitchers of the Month

February - Lana Mackey, Furman March - Kayla Richardson, Appalachian State April - Brianna Streetmon, Georgia Southern May - Brianna Streetmon, Georgia Southern

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CAREER RECORDS – BATTING Batting Average (min. 200 AB) 1. Lara Long ...............1995-98 ...........370 2. Jennifer Boggs * .....1985-88 ......... .367 3. Karyn Thompson .....1993-96 ...........352 4. Susan Carter ..........1986-88 ......... .350 5. Jennifer Hubbard ....2003-04 ...........348 6. Danielle Sekula ......1996-98 ...........323 7. Mary Greenway .......2007-08 ......... .313 Penny Thompson.....2000-03 ......... .313 9. Julia Boseman ........1985-86 ......... .312 10. Jennifer Bonilla .......2004-07 ......... .310 Hits 1. Karyn Thompson .....1993-96 ...........227 Jennifer Bonilla .......2004-07 ...........227 3. Kristy Norton ..........1999-02 ...........222 4. Jessie Marsh...........1996-99 ...........212 5. Penny Thompson.....2000-03 ........... 211 6. Lara Long ...............1995-98 ...........203 7. Leigh Irwin ..............1998-01 ...........196 8. Jill Quilla.................1995-98 ........... 175 9. Lyndsay Mouse .......2006-09 ...........167 10. Joni Gomez .............2001-04 ...........158

8. Penny Thompson.....2000-03 ...........675 9. Jill Quilla.................1995-98 ...........658 10. Karyn Thompson .....1993-96 ...........644 Walks 1. Karyn Thompson .....1993-96 ........... 141 2. Judy Baker ..............1997-99 .............88 3. Penny Thompson.....2000-03 .............75 4. Kim Benningfield ....2000-03 .............70 5. Brittany Ausley...... 2007-present .....65 6. Tracy Strommer.......1996-99 .............63 7. Shonda Spagnola ...1992-95 .............58 8. Jessie Marsh...........1996-99 ............. 57 9. Leslie Furness .........2006-09 .............55 10. Jill Quilla.................1995-98 .............53

Lara Long is UNCG’s career leader in batting average and doubles. Long played for the Spartans from 1995-98

Stolen Bases 1. Leigh Irwin ..............1998-01 ...........102 2. Mary Greenway .......2007-08 .............90 3. Joan Weesies +^ .....1988-91..............65 4. Kim Benningfield ....2000-03 ............. 61 5. Jessie Marsh...........1996-99 .............53 6. Lyndsay Mouse .......2006-09 ............. 47 7. Karyn Thompson .....1993-96 .............45 8. Shonda Spagnola ...1992-95 ............. 41 9. Silvia Gabalda ........1994-97 .............36 10. Deedee Smith + ......1986-89 .............35

Runs 1. Karyn Thompson .....1993-96 ........... 179 2. Shonda Spagnola ...1992-95 ...........143 3. Jessie Marsh...........1996-99 ........... 116 4. Kim Benningfield ....2000-03 ........... 111 Silvia Gabalda ........1994-97 ........... 111 6. Leigh Irwin ..............1998-01 ...........108 7. Lara Long ...............1995-98 ........... 107 8. Erin Kluttz ...............1993-95 ........... 101 9. Penny Thompson.....2000-03 ...........100 10. Kristy Norton ..........1999-02 .............94 Doubles 1. Lara Long ...............1995-98 .............55 2. Jennifer Bonilla .......2004-07 ............. 51 3. Kristy Norton ..........1999-02 ............. 41 4. Jill Quilla.................1995-98 .............40 5. Penny Thompson.....2000-03 .............39 6. Kim Benningfield ....2000-03 .............38 Karyn Thompson .....1993-96 .............38 Jessie Marsh...........1996-99 .............38 9. Joy Stogner .............1998-01 ............. 31 Erin Kluttz ...............1993-95 ............. 31 Triples 1. Susan Carter ..........1986-88 ............. 11 2. Jennifer Boggs * .....1985-88 ............... 9 Winn Hazlegrove .....1992-95 ............... 9 Erin Kluttz ...............1993-95 ............... 9 Karyn Thompson .....1993-96 ............... 9 6. Lisa Oltman ............1992-95 ............... 8 7. Mary Greenway .......2007-08 ............... 7 8. Angela Riddle .........1985 ..................... 6 Jennifer Hubbard ....2003-04 ............... 6 Adriane Audley .......2004-07 ............... 6

Games Started 1. Kristy Norton ..........1999-02 ...........252 2. Adriane Audley .......2004-07 ...........246 3. Leigh Irwin ..............1998-01 ...........243 Lyndsay Mouse .......2006-09 ...........243 5. Jennifer Bonilla .......2004-07 ...........242 Tracy Strommer.......1996-99 ...........242 7. Kim Benningfield ....2000-03 ...........240 8. Karyn Thompson .....1993-96 ...........236 9. Jessie Marsh...........1996-99 ...........235 10. Penny Thompson.....2000-03 ...........227 Judy Baker ..............1997-99 .............79 Kris Harris...............1992-94 .............79 Danielle Sekula ......1996-98 .............79

8. Kelly Allen...............2004-06 ......... .491 9. Penny Thompson.....2000-03 ...........483 10. Joni Gomez .............2001-04 ......... .476

* batting stats from 1988 not available + stolen bases from 1989 not available ^ stolen bases from 1991 not available

Slugging Percentage (min. 200 AB) 1. Karyn Thompson .....1993-96 ......... .654 2. Jennifer Hubbard ....2003-04 ...........633 3. Jennifer Boggs * .....1985-88 ......... .540 4. Lara Long ...............1995-98 ......... .522 5. Susan Carter ..........1986-88 ......... .511 6. Gwen Johnson.........2005-06 ......... .504 7. Jennifer Bonilla .......2004-07 ......... .495

At Bats 1. Kristy Norton ..........1999-02 ...........785 2. Adriane Audley .......2004-07 ...........768 3. Kim Benningfield ....2000-03 ........... 744 4. Jennifer Bonilla .......2004-07 ...........735 5. Jessie Marsh...........1996-99 ...........709 6. Leigh Irwin ..............1998-01 ...........698 7. Lyndsay Mouse .......2006-09 ...........696

Season statistics are missing or incomplete prior to the 1992 season. The UNCG Sports Information Office welcomes additions or corrections and can be reached at 336-334-5615 or at pdperry@uncg.edu.

Home Runs 1. Karyn Thompson .....1993-96 .............46 2. Penny Thompson.....2000-03 .............36 3. Kelly Allen...............2004-06 ............. 24 4. Joni Gomez .............2001-04 .............20 Jennifer Hubbard ....2003-04 .............20 Jennifer Bonilla .......2004-07 .............20 7. Adriane Audley .......2004-07 ............. 15 8. Brittany Ausley...... 2007-present .....13 Leslie Furness .........2006-09 .............13 10. Kaitlin Merkt ........ 2007-present .....12 RBI 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Karyn Thompson .....1993-96 ...........194 Penny Thompson.....2000-03 ........... 151 Jennifer Bonilla .......2004-07 ........... 117 Lara Long ...............1995-98 ........... 111 Kristy Norton ..........1999-02 ...........106 Jill Quilla.................1995-98 .............98 Erin Kluttz ...............1993-95 .............90 Tara Steinhardt .......1993-96 .............79

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Shonda Spagnola appears in UNCG’s career top 10 in runs, walks and stolen bases.

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CAREER RECORDS – PITCHING Winn Hazlegrove is one of the all-time great pitchers in UNCG history. Hazlegrove, who pitched from 1992-95, is the Spartans’ leader in career wins, shutouts, starts, appearances and innings pitched.

Wi Wins 1. Winn Hazlegrove .....1992-95 .............84 2. Erin Chandler ..........1993-96 .............70 3. Christine Hornak .....1997-98 .............52 4. Amber Watson ........2000-03 .............48 5. Amy Poole ..............2000-03 .............43 6. Vanessa Oakes .......2004-07 .............39 7. Hannah Angel .........2005-09 ............. 37 8. Amber Harrell ....... 2007-present .....31 9. Maureen Flynn ........1999-02 .............26 10. Becky Gray .............1999-00 .............22 Earned Run Average (min. 150 IP) 1. Christine Hornak .....1997-98 ..........1.78 2. Amy Poole ..............2000-03 ..........1.87 3. Winn Hazlegrove .....1992-95 ..........1.89 4. Amber Watson ........2000-03 ..........2.05 5. Erin Chandler ..........1993-96 .......... 2.11 6. Tara Csernecky .......1992-94 ..........2.28 7. Becky Gray .............1999-00 ..........2.45 8. Maureen Flynn ........1999-02 ..........2.46 9. Jessica Vanderploeg .2002-03 ..........2.72 10. Jen Zegler * ............1986-89 ..........2.75 Vanessa Oakes .......2004-07 ..........2.75 Strikeouts 1. Vanessa Oakes .......2004-07 ...........565 2. Hannah Angel .........2005-09 ...........484 3. Amber Harrell ....... 2007-present ...443 4. Winn Hazlegrove .....1992-95 ........... 416 5. Christine Hornak .....1997-98 ...........399 6. Erin Chandler ..........1993-96 ...........368 7. Amy Poole ..............2000-03 ...........351 8. Amber Watson ........2000-03 ...........332 9. Maureen Flynn ........1999-02 ........... 247 10. Danielle Byrne ........2003-06 ...........185 Shutouts 1. Winn Hazlegrove .....1992-95 .............29 2. Erin Chandler ..........1993-96 ............. 21 3. Christine Hornak .....1997-98 .............19 5. Amber Watson ........2000-03 ............. 17 6. Vanessa Oakes .......2004-07 ............. 14 7. Maureen Flynn ........1999-02 .............13 8. Amber Harrell ....... 2007-present .....11 9. Amy Poole ..............2000-03 ............. 10 Hannah Angel .........2005-09 ............. 10

Ch i ti H 19 Christine Hornakk .....1997-98 ............... 2 Kim Gaudio.............1995-98 ............... 2 Erin Chandler ..........1993-96 ............... 2 Starts 1. Winn Hazlegrove .....1992-95 ...........120 2. Vanessa Oakes .......2004-07 ........... 118 3. Erin Chandler .........1993-96 ........... 113 4. Hannah Angel .........2005-09 .............89 5. Amber Watson ........2000-03 .............88 6. Amy Poole ..............2000-03 .............84 7. Amber Harrell ....... 2007-present .....76 8. Christine Hornak .....1997-98 .............73 9. Maureen Flynn ........1999-02 ............. 51 10. Danielle Byrne ........2003-06 .............44

Amber Watson, who pitched for the Spartans from 2000-03, finished her career fourth in school history in wins and ERA.

Appearances 1. Winn Hazlegrove .....1992-95 ........... 147 2. Vanessa Oakes .......2004-07 ...........145 3. Erin Chandler ..........1993-96 ...........136 4. Hannah Angel .........2005-09 ...........122 5. Amber Watson ........2000-03 ........... 115 6. Maureen Flynn ........1999-02 ........... 114 7. Amy Poole ..............2000-03 ...........112 8. Amber Harrell ....... 2007-present .....99 9. Christine Hornak .....1997-98 .............89 10. Danielle Byrne ........2003-06 .............77 Innings Pitched 1. Winn Hazlegrove .....1992-95 ........839.0 2. Vanessa Oakes .......2004-07 ........735.1 3. Erin Chandler ..........1993-96 ........702.1 4. Hannah Angel .........2005-09 ........602.1 5. Amy Poole ..............2000-03 ........528.0 6. Amber Watson ........2000-03 ........522.0 7. Christine Hornak .....1997-98 ........498.2 Amber Harrell ....... 2007-present 498.2 9. Maureen Flynn ........1999-02 ........392.2 10. Danielle Byrne ........2003-06 ........333.2 * pitching stats for 1986 and 1989 not available

Season statistics are missing or incomplete prior to the 1992 season. The UNCG Sports Information Office welcomes additions or corrections and can be reached at 336-334-5615 or at pdperry@uncg.edu.

Saves 1. Maureen Flynn ........1999-02 .............12 2. Winn Hazlegrove .....1992-95 ............. 10 3. Hannah Angel .........2005-09 ............... 2 Amy Poole ..............2000-03 ............... 2 Amber Watson ........2000-03 ............... 2

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Hannah Angel finished her career second in school history in career strikeouts. She had 484 to her credit from 2006-09.

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SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS – BATTING Home Runs 1. Karyn Thompson ....... 1995 ...............14 2. Penny Thompson....... 2002 ...............13 3. Karyn Thompson ....... 1996 ...............12 4. Karyn Thompson ....... 1994 ...............11 Kelly Allen................. 2005 ...............11 6. Penny Thompson....... 2001 ...............10 Jennifer Hubbard ...... 2003 ...............10 Christine Sweeney .... 2003 ...............10 Joni Gomez ............... 2004 ...............10 10. Karyn Thompson ....... 1993 .................9 Joni Gomez ............... 2003 .................9 Penny Thompson....... 2003 .................9 Joni Gomez ............... 2004 .................9 Runs Batted In 1. Karyn Thompson ....... 1995 ...............57 2. Karyn Thompson ....... 1996 ...............55 3. Karyn Thompson ....... 1994 ...............48 4. Penny Thompson....... 2002 ...............47 5. Erin Kluttz ................. 1994 ...............45 Lara Long ................. 1995 ...............45 7. Penny Thompson....... 2003 ...............39 Jennifer Bonilla ......... 2004 ...............39 9. Lara Long ................. 1997................38 10. Tara Steinhardt ......... 1995 ...............37 Kelly Allen................. 2005 ...............37 Slugging Percentage (min. 100 AB) 1. Jennifer Hubbard ...... 2003 ........... .695 2. Karyn Thompson ....... 1995 ........... .691 3. Karyn Thompson ....... 1996 ........... .652 4. Karyn Thompson ....... 1994 ........... .649 5. Lara Long ................. 1998 ........... .644 6. Penny Thompson....... 2002 ........... .634 7. Susan Carter ............ 1988 ........... .624 8. Joni Gomez ............... 2003 ........... .614 9. Karyn Thompson ....... 1993 ........... .613 10. Lisa Oltman .............. 1992 ........... .611 At Bats 1. Leigh Irwin ................ 2000 .............214 2. Kristy Norton ............ 2000 .............210 3. Penny Thompson....... 2002 .............208

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Brittany Ausley.......... 2007 .............207 Krista Judge.............. 2006 .............204 Jennifer Bonilla ......... 2007 .............202 Leigh Irwin ................ 2001 .............200 Jessie Marsh............. 1997..............199 Kristy Norton............ 2002 .............199 10. Kristy Norton ............ 1999 .............198 Kim Benningfield ...... 2000 .............198 Walks 1. Karyn Thompson ....... 1996 ...............51 2. Karyn Thompson ....... 1995 ...............43 3. Judy Baker ................ 1997................33 Kelly Allen................. 2005 ...............33 5. Alex Emeterio...........2009...............31 6. Jennifer Hubbard ...... 2004 ...............29 7. Judy Baker ................ 1999 ...............28 8. Judy Baker ................ 1998 ...............27 Brittany Ausley.........2009...............27 10. Jennifer Aguilar ......... 2003 ...............26 Donna McLamb ........ 1993 ...............26 Stolen Bases 1. Mary Greenway ......... 2008 ...............49 2. Joan Weesies ............ 1990 ...............45 3. Mary Greenway ......... 2007 ...............41 4. Leigh Irwin ................ 2001 ...............39 5. Leigh Irwin ................ 2000 ...............36 6. Lisa Oltman .............. 1992 ...............26 7. Kim Benningfield ...... 2002 ...............22 Shonda Spagnola ..... 1995 ...............22 9. Julia Boseman .......... 1986 ...............20 Joan Weesies ............ 1988 ...............20 Leigh Irwin ................ 1999 ...............20

Season statistics are missing or incomplete prior to the 1992 season. The UNCG Sports Information Office welcomes additions or corrections and can be reached at 336-334-5615 or at pdperry@uncg.edu.

Karyn Thompson has three of the top four RBI and home run seasons in school history. She was a four-time All-Big South Conference First Team selection. Batting Average (min. 100 AB) 1. Lara Long ................. 1995 ........... .398 Karyn Thompson ....... 1995 ........... .398 3. Lisa Oltman .............. 1992 ........... .389 4. Lara Long ................. 1998 ........... .387 5. Susan Carter ............ 1988 ........... .386 6. Jennifer Hubbard ...... 2003 ........... .377 7. Danielle Sekula ........ 1996 ........... .372 8. Joni Gomez ............... 2004 ........... .365 9. Karyn Thompson ....... 1994 ........... .363 10. Tara Steinhardt ......... 1995 ........... .362

Doubles 1. Lara Long ................. 1998 ...............21 2. Lara Long ................. 1997................20 3. Joni Gomez ............... 2004 ...............16 4. Kim Benningfield ...... 2002 ...............15 Jennifer Bonilla ......... 2005 ...............15 6. Lara Long ................. 1995 ...............14 7. Erin Kluttz ................. 1993 ...............13 Jill Quilla................... 1997................13 Jessie Marsh............. 1998 ...............13 Penny Thompson....... 2002 ...............13

Hits 1. Lara Long ................. 1995 ...............76 2. Karyn Thompson ....... 1995 ...............72 3. Leigh Irwin ................ 2000 ...............71 4. Danielle Sekula ........ 1996 ...............70 5. Joni Gomez ............... 2004 ...............69 6. Shonda Spagnola ..... 1995 ...............68 Steph Workman ........ 1997................68 8. Lara Long ................. 1997................64 9. Lara Long ................. 1998 ...............63 Jennifer Hubbard ...... 2003 ...............63 Mary Greenway ......... 2008 ...............63

Triples 1. Susan Carter ............ 1988 .................8 Lisa Oltman .............. 1992 .................8 3. Angela Riddle ........... 1985 .................6 Jennifer Hubbard ...... 2003 .................6 5. Mary Greenway ......... 2008 .................5 6. Jennifer Boggs .......... 1986 .................4 Erin Kluttz ................. 1994 .................4 Erin Kluttz ................. 1995 .................4 9. Jennifer Boggs .......... 1985 .................3 Julia Boseman .......... 1985 .................3 Winn Hazlegrove ....... 1992 .................3 Winn Hazlegrove ....... 1993 .................3 Karyn Thompson ....... 1993 .................3 Karyn Thompson ....... 1994 .................3 Danielle Mirabal ....... 1999 .................3 Judy Baker ................ 1999 .................3 Megan Gough ........... 2002 .................3 Krista Judge.............. 2005 .................3 Adriane Audley ......... 2005 .................3 Brittany Ausley.......... 2007 .................3 Lyndsay Wilson ......... 2007 .................3 Alex Emeterio...........2009................ 3

Runs 1. Shonda Spagnola ..... 1995 ...............66 2. Karyn Thompson ....... 1995 ...............54 3. Jennifer Hubbard ...... 2003 ...............51 4. Shonda Spagnola ..... 1994 ...............45 5. Karyn Thompson ....... 1996 ...............44 6. Joni Gomez ............... 2004 ...............42 7. Karyn Thompson ....... 1993 ...............41 Kara Long ................. 1995 ...............41 9. Lisa Oltman .............. 1992 ...............40 Karyn Thompson ....... 1994 ...............40 Winn Hazlegrove ....... 1994 ...............40

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Jennifer Hubbard holds the school record for single-season slugging percentage. She slugged .695 in 2003 with 11 doubles, six triples and 10 home runs en route to being named the Southern Conference Player of the Year.

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SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS – PITCHING Appearances 1. Erin Chandler ........... 1996................... 54 2. Christine Hornak ...... 1997 ................... 47 3. Maureen Flynn ......... 1999................... 42 Christine Hornak ...... 1998................... 42 5. Becky Gray .............. 1999................... 41 6. Winn Hazlegrove ...... 1994................... 40 7. Amy Poole ............... 2000................... 38 Vanessa Oakes ........ 2004 .................. 38 9. Winn Hazlegrove ...... 1995................... 36 Kim Gaudio.............. 1996................... 36 Vanessa Oakes ........ 2005................... 36 Vanessa Oakes ........ 2006................... 36 Starts 1. Christine Hornak ...... 1997 ................... 43 2. Erin Chandler ........... 1996................... 34 3. Winn Hazlegrove ...... 1995................... 33 Vanessa Oakes ........ 2004 .................. 33 5. Maureen Flynn ......... 1999................... 32 6. Erin Chandler ........... 1995................... 30 Christine Hornak ...... 1998................... 30 Vanessa Oakes ........ 2005................... 30 Amber Harrell .......... 2008................... 30 10. Winn Hazlegrove ...... 1994................... 29 Complete Games 1. Christine Hornak ...... 1998................... 35 2. Winn Hazlegrove ...... 1995................... 30 3. Christine Hornak ...... 1998................... 29 4. Winn Hazlegrove ...... 1994................... 28 5. Winn Hazlegrove ...... 1993................... 27 6. Erin Chandler ........... 1996................... 25

7. Amber Harrell .......... 2008................... 22 8. Maureen Flynn ......... 1999................... 21 Vanessa Oakes ........ 2007................... 21 Vanessa Oakes ........ 2005................... 21 Shutouts 1. Winn Hazlegrove ...... 1993................... 12 2. Winn Hazlegrove ...... 1994................... 11 Christine Hornak ...... 1997 ................... 11 4. Christine Hornak ...... 1998..................... 8 Amy Poole ............... 2000..................... 8 6. Maureen Flynn ......... 2000..................... 7 Amber Watson ......... 2003..................... 7 8. Seven tied at.......................................... 6 Saves 1. Maureen Flynn ......... 2002..................... 8 2. Winn Hazlegrove ...... 1992..................... 7 3. Maureen Flynn ......... 2001..................... 4 4. Winn Hazlegrove ...... 1994..................... 2 Kim Gaudio.............. 1995..................... 2 Erin Chandler ........... 1996..................... 2 Amy Poole ............... 2000..................... 2 Hannah Angel .......... 2008..................... 2

Season statistics are missing or incomplete prior to the 1992 season. The UNCG Sports Information Office welcomes additions or corrections and can be reached at 336-334-5615 or at pdperry@uncg.edu.

Erin Chandler turned in a 13-1 mark as a freshman in 1993 and her .929 winning percentage that season still stands as a school record. She was the Big South Conference MVP in 2005, when she had the second-best winning percentage in school history at .821 (23-5 record). Wins 1. Christine Hornak ...... 1997 ................... 27 2. Winn Hazlegrove ...... 1995................... 25 Christine Hornak ...... 1998................... 25 4. Lorri Parrott ............. 1990................... 23 Erin Chandler ........... 1995................... 23 6. Winn Hazlegrove ...... 1994................... 21 Erin Chandler ........... 1996................... 21 8. Winn Hazlegrove ...... 1993................... 19 Winn Hazlegrove ...... 1992................... 19 10. Becky Gray .............. 1999................... 18 Winning Percentage 1. Erin Chandler ........... 1993..... .929 (13-1) 2. Erin Chandler ........... 1995..... .821 (23-5) 3. Lorri Parrott ............. 1990..... .767 (23-7) 4. Amber Watson ......... 2003..... .733 (11-4) 5. Winn Hazlegrove ...... 1995... .714 (25-10) 6. Melissa Johnson ...... 2003..... .684 (13-6) 7. Winn Hazlegrove ...... 1994... .677 (21-10) 8. Jen Zegler ................ 1987 ....... .667 (8-4) 9. Christine Hornak ...... 1998... .658 (25-13) 10. Winn Hazlegrove ...... 1993... .633 (19-11) Earned Run Average (min. 100 IP) 1. Erin Chandler ........... 1993................ 1.32 2. Amber Watson ......... 2003................ 1.35 3. Amy Poole ............... 2001................ 1.39 4. Winn Hazlegrove ...... 1993................ 1.50 5. Christine Hornak ...... 1997 ................ 1.58 6. Winn Hazlegrove ...... 1994................ 1.68

7. Amy Poole ............... 2000................ 1.73 8. Erin Chandler ........... 1995................ 1.87 9. Christine Hornak ...... 1998................2.03 Amber Watson ......... 2000................2.03 Strikeouts 1. Christine Hornak ...... 1997 .................262 2. Hannah Angel .......... 2008................. 177 3. Amber Harrell .......... 2008................. 172 4. Vanessa Oakes ........ 2007................. 166 5. Vanessa Oakes ........ 2006................. 165 6. Erin Chandler ........... 1996................. 143 7. Maureen Flynn ......... 1999................. 142 8. Christine Hornak ...... 1998................. 137 9. Amber Harrell ........ 2009................136 10. Amber Harrell .......... 2007................. 135 Innings Pitched 1. Christine Hornak ...... 1997 .............. 278.1 2. Erin Chandler ........... 1996.............. 274.1 3. Christine Hornak ...... 1998.............. 220.1 4. Winn Hazlegrove ...... 1995.............. 218.0 5. Winn Hazlegrove ...... 1994.............. 216.1 6. Winn Hazlegrove ...... 1992..............203.2 7. Winn Hazlegrove ...... 1993.............. 201.0 8. Maureen Flynn ......... 1999..............198.0 9. Becky Gray .............. 1999.............. 191.0 10. Vanessa Oakes ........ 2005.............. 187.2

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Christine Hornak holds several school records, including the single-season marks for wins (27) and strikeouts (262). She was the Big South Conference MVP in 1997.

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SINGLE-GAME RECORDS – BATTING At bats 7 ............................. Kim Benningfield vs. Ball State (2/19/00) 6 ............................. Shonda Spagnola vs. Charlotte (3/25/95) ...............................Erin Kluttz vs. North Carolina A&T (4/5/95) ................................... Rashida Bryant vs. Ball State (2/19/00) .......................................... Leigh Irwin vs. Ball State (2/19/00) .......................................Kristy Norton vs. Ball State (2/19/00) ......................................... Joy Stogner vs. Ball State (2/19/00) 5 .......................................................................Several players ................................... LAST: Jordan Jewett at Elon (5/2/09) Hits 5 .............................................. Kristy Norton vs. Elon (4/4/01) 4 .................................. Tara Steinhardt vs Charlotte (3/25/95) .................................... Lara Long vs. North Carolina (3/25/95) ................... Nakia Alexander vs. North Carolina A&T (3/28/95) ............................ Winn Hazlegrove vs. North Carolina (4/1/95) ....................................... Pam Houston vs. Charlotte (4/11/95) .............................................. Lara Long vs. Radford (4/13/95) .................................. Karyn Thompson vs. Winthrop (3/16/96) ....................................Steph Workman vs. Kentucky (2/22/97) ................................Jessie Marsh vs. North Carolina (4/14/98) ..................... Kristy Norton vs. College of Charleston (4/10/99) ................................ Kim Benningfield vs. Ball State (2/19/00) .......................................... Leigh Irwin vs. Ball State (2/19/00) ...........................Penny Thompson vs. Delaware State (3/9/00) ...................................... Kim Benningfield at Liberty (3/28/00) ......................................Amber Watson vs. Charlotte (4/11/01) .................................... Jennifer Moran vs. Campbell (2/11/03) ..............................Christina Montana vs. Longwood (4/22/04) ...................... Gwen Johnson vs. North Carolina A&T (4/22/05) ............................ Kelly Allen vs. North Carolina A&T (4/22/05) ....................... Stephanie Tarlek vs. UNC Wilmington (3/29/06) .................................. Leslie Furness vs. Chattanooga (4/8/06) .................................... Adriane Audley vs. Campbell (2/20/07) ........................ Mary Greenway vs. Western Carolina (4/14/07) .........................Mary Greenway vs. Coastal Carolina (2/10/08) ...........................Brittany Ausley vs. Western Carolina (4/6/08) Runs 6 ................ Shonda Spangola vs. North Carolina A&T (4/5/95) 5 ..................Karyn Thompson vs. North Carolina A&T (4/5/95) 4 ................. Nakia Alexander at North Carolina A&T (3/28/95) ........................ Silvia Gabalda vs. North Carolina A&T (4/5/95) .......................Tara Steinhardt vs. North Carolina A&T (4/5/95) ............................... Lara Long vs. North Carolina A&T (4/5/95) .......................................... Leigh Irwin vs. Ball State (2/19/00) ...............................................Leigh Irwin at Furman (4/28/01) ....................... Kim Benningfield vs. Appalachian St. (3/27/02) .........................Kaitlin Merkt vs. Western Carolina (3/8/09) 3 .......................................................................Several players ........................ LAST: Jordan Jewett vs. Charlotte (4/14/09) RBI 7 .......................... Kelly Councilman vs. St. Andrews (3/31/88) .......................Karyn Thompson vs. Coastal Carolina (3/30/96) 6 ........................................ Penny Thompson vs. Elon (4/4/01) ............................ Kelly Allen vs. North Carolina A&T (4/22/05) ..................... Lyndsey Wilson vs. North Carolina A&T (3/27/07) 5 .......................... Tara Steinhardt vs. Morgan State (2/26/95) ...................Karyn Thompson vs. North Carolina A&T (3/28/95) ................... Nakia Alexander vs. North Carolina A&T (3/28/95) .................................................. Lara Long vs. Detroit (3/3/98) ..................................... Penny Thompson vs. Belmont (3/9/03) ...................................... Penny Thompson vs. Akron (3/14/03) ............................Kelly Allen vs. Charleston Southern (3/4/06) ...........................Brittany Ausley vs. Morehead State (2/16/07) ..........................Jennifer Bonilla vs. Morehead State (2/16/07) ................................. Heather Branche vs. Campbell (2/20/07) ...........Laura Olenderski vs. North Carolina Central (4/7/09) Doubles 2 .......................................................................Several players .............LAST: Brittany Ausley vs. Georgia Southern (5/8/09)

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Mary Greenway stole a school-record six bases against Furman on May 3, 2008. Greenway, who played just two seasons for UNCG, finished second in school history in career steals with 90 to her credit. Triples 2 ...................................... Megan Gough at Radford (2/20/02) ..............Adriane Audley vs. Maryland-Eastern Shore (3/22/05) Home runs 3 ..................Karyn Thompson vs. North Carolina A&T (4/5/95) ............................ Kelly Allen vs. North Carolina A&T (4/22/05) 2 ....................Karyn Thompson vs. Coastal Carolina (3/30/96) .................................................. Lara Long vs. Detroit (3/3/98) .................................................. Judy Baker at Liberty (4/1/98) .............................................Penny Thompson at Elon (4/4/01) .......................... Penny Thompson at UNC Wilmington (4/8/01) ......................................... Penny Thompson vs. Elon (2/12/02) ................................. Penny Thompson vs. Campbell (3/23/02) ..................... Jennifer Hubbard vs. Appalachian State (4/5/03) ....................Christine Sweeney vs. Appalachian State (4/6/03) ..........................................Jennifer Moran vs. Furman (5/3/03) ...................................Kelly Allen vs. Delaware State (2/20/04) ........................ Lynsi Pierce vs. Charleston Southern (2/29/04) ..................................................... Kelly Allen vs. Elon (5/8/04) ......................Jennifer Bonilla at North Carolina A&T (4/22/05) ...........................Brittany Ausley vs. Morehead State (2/16/07) ..........................Jennifer Bonilla vs. Morehead State (2/16/07) .......................... Leslie Furness vs. Western Carolina (4/14/07) Stolen bases 6 ......................................Mary Greenway vs. Furman (5/3/08) 4 ..................................... Leigh Irwin vs. Manhattan (2/25/00) ......................................... Mary Greenway at Radford (4/1/08) 3 ......................... Jill Quilla at College of Charleston (2/28/97) ......................... Silvia Gabalda vs. Eastern Kentucky (4/18/97) ....................................Leigh Irwin vs. Delaware State (3/9/00) ............................................. Leigh Irwin vs. Radford (2/16/01) ............................................. Leigh Irwin vs. Radford (2/27/01) ...............................................Leigh Irwin vs. Liberty (4/19/01) ...............................................Leigh Irwin at Furman (4/28/01) .................... Jennifer Aguilar vs. Saint Mary’s (Calif.) (3/11/02) ............................................Ashley Purcell vs. Akron (3/14/03) ..........................................Lynsi Pierce vs. Winthrop (2/20/04) ...........................................Krista Judge vs. Radford (2/18/06) ................................ Mary Greenway vs. Norfolk State (3/4/07) ........................ Mary Greenway vs. Appalachian State (4/6/07) ........................ Mary Greenway vs. Western Carolina (4/14/07)

..................Mary Greenway vs. College of Charleston (4/29/07) .......................... Mary Greenway vs. Western Carolina (4/6/08) Walks 4 ...................................Lori Leete vs. Morgan State (2/26/95) .................................. Karyn Thompson vs. Winthrop (3/16/96) 3 .......................................................................Several players ....... LAST: Lyndsay Mouse, Kayla Hensley at NCAT (4/16/09) Hit by pitch 2 ..........................Nakia Alexander vs. North Carolina (4/2/95) .................................... Shonda Spagnola vs. Liberty (4/21/95) .................................Shonda Spagnola at Campbell (5/12/95) .............................................Joy Stogner vs. Furman (4/29/00) ..........................................Kristy Norton vs. Radford (2/16/01) ...........................................Kara Clouser vs. Furman (2/29/04) ........................Kara Clouser vs. East Tennessee State (4/9/04) .....................................Brittany Ausley vs. Minnesota (2/9/07) ...................................Lyndsay Mouse vs. Kent State (2/17/07) ........................Laura Olenderski vs. St. Francis (Pa.) (2/28/07) ............... Laura Olenderski vs. College of Charleston (4/28/07) ......................... Laura Olenderski vs. North Florida (2/6/09)

Single-game statistics are missing or incomplete prior to the 1995 season. The UNCG Sports Information Office welcomes additions or corrections and can be reached at 336-334-5615 or at pdperry@uncg.edu.

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SINGLE-GAME RECORDS – PITCHING Innings pitched 12.0 .......... Danielle Byrne vs. Furman (3/28/04) 10.0 .... Winn Hazlegrove vs. Charlotte (3/25/95) ..................Erin Chandler vs. Marshall (2/23/96) ...........Erin Chandler vs. East Carolina (3/31/96) ......Erin Chandler vs. Jacksonville State (5/9/96) Christine Hornak vs. Georgia Southern (4/25/98) ........................ Amy Poole vs. Furman (4/30/00) 9.0 ..............Erin Chandler vs. Virginia (2/25/96) .................. Erin Chandler vs. Canisius (3/12/96) Christine Hornak vs. Eastern Kentucky (3/20/97) ..Christine Hornak vs. Georgia Southern (5/2/98) .......Vanessa Oakes at UNC Wilmington (3/9/04) .. Vanessa Oakes vs. Georgia Southern (4/24/04) .. Hannah Angel vs. Coll. of Charleston (4/19/08) 8.2.......Amber Harrell vs. W. Carolina (3/7/09) 8.0 ..............................................Several players ........... LAST: Hannah Angel vs. Furman (5/3/08) Strikeouts 17................Amber Watson vs. Toledo (2/23/03) 12 ......Jessica Vanderploeg vs. Toledo (2/21/03) ......Amber Harrell vs. UNC Wilmington (2/24/08) ....................... Amber Harrell at Elon (5/2/09) 11 ... Christine Hornak vs. East Carolina (5/3/97) ........................Amy Poole vs. Radford (2/27/01) .......... Lynsi Pierce vs. Delaware State (2/20/04) ................... Vanessa Oakes vs. Furman (4/2/06) .. Vanessa Oakes vs. Georgia Southern (4/22/07) .... Hannah Angel vs. Mount St. Mary’s (2/23/08) ....Hannah Angel vs. Georgia Southern (4/12/08) .. Hannah Angel vs. Coll. of Charleston (4/19/08) . Amber Harrell vs. Coll. of Charleston (5/8/09)

Hits allowed 16 .....Erin Chandler vs, Jacksonville St. (5/9/96) 15 ....Amber Watson at North Carolina (4/24/01) 14 .........................Amy Poole vs. UCLA (3/8/02) ................. Vanessa Oakes vs. NC State (4/7/04) ........................ Vanessa Oakes vs. Elon (5/8/04) Vanessa Oakes vs. Coll. of Charleston (3/26/05) ..................... Hannah Angel at Radford (4/1/08) 13 Christine Hornak vs. Boston College (3/2/97) ....Christine Hornak vs. South Carolina (5/16/97) ........ Maureen Flynn at North Carolina (4/24/01) .........Danielle Byrne vs. South Carolina (2/6/05) ................ Vanessa Oakes vs. Maryland (3/4/05) ........ Danielle Byrne at North Carolina (4/14/05) Runs allowed 13 .........Kim Gaudio vs. East Carolina (4/21/96) 11 ...................Erin Chandler vs. UMBC (4/5/96) ................. Amber Harrell vs. NC State (4/12/07) ................ Amber Harrell at Furman (3/21/09) 10 ..... Winn Hazlegrove vs. Kent State (3/26/95) .............Jessica Vanderploeg vs. Hawaii (4/1/03) ......... Lynsi Pierce vs. Stephen F. Austin (2/5/05) Vanessa Oakes vs. Coll. of Charleston (3/26/05) .......Vanessa Oakes vs. North Carolina (4/11/06) .......Amber Harrell vs. Western Carolina (4/5/08) 9 .. Christine Hornak vs. Boston College (3/2/97) .. Shannon Stanovich vs. Cleveland St. (3/23/97) ................... Kim Gaudio at Tennessee (4/20/97) .............. Maureen Flynn vs. Ball State (2/19/00) .................Joy Stogner vs. Chattanooga (4/2/99) ................ Danielle Byrne vs. NC State (2/11/05) ......................... Vanessa Oakes at Elon (4/2/05) ............... Danielle Byrne vs. Campbell (3/14/06) ..................... Hannah Angel at Radford (4/1/08) ................Hannah Angel at Georgia (2/22/09) ........Amber Harrell at East Carolina (4/22/09)

Lynsi Pierce threw UNCG’s last no-hitter, stifling Maryland-Eastern Shore on March 22, 2005, 10-0 in five innings.

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NO-HITTERS No-hitters thrown by UNCG (comprehensive list) Winn Hazlegrove vs. St. Louis (2-0, 6 inn.)................................................................3/11/93 Winn Hazlegrove vs. Winthrop (7-0) .........................................................................4/22/93 Winn Hazlegrove vs. Radford (2-0, 6 inn.) ................................................................3/12/94 Erin Chandler vs. St. Peter’s (6-1) ............................................................................2/20/94 Erin Chandler vs. North Carolina A&T (16-1, 3 inn.) ..................................................3/16/94 Erin Chandler vs. East Carolina (4-1) .......................................................................4/21/96 Christine Hornak vs. Maine (8-0, 5 inn.) * ..................................................................3/3/98 Amber Watson vs. Toledo (2-0) * .............................................................................2/23/03 Lynsi Pierce vs. Maryland-Eastern Shore (10-0, 5 inn.) .............................................3/22/05 * perfect game Times no-hit by opponent (1993-present) Denise Reagan, East Carolina (8-0, 5 inn.) ..............................................................4/15/99 Clarisa Crowell, Virginia Tech (1-0) ..........................................................................4/21/99 Nicole Bacon, East Carolina (2-0)............................................................................4/24/02 Brandi Griffin, North Carolina (2-0) .........................................................................4/30/02 Melissa Coogan, Hawaii (10-0, 5 inn.) .......................................................................4/1/03 Lacey Swarthout, Chattanooga (7-0) .........................................................................4/3/04 Angela Tincher, Virginia Tech (2-0)...........................................................................4/25/06 Gabrielle Burns/Kylie Reynolds, Kent State (8-0, 6 inn.) .......................................... 2/17/07 Toni Paisley, East Carolina (3-0) ..............................................................................3/22/07 Angela Tincher, Virginia Tech (8-0, 5 inn.) ................................................................3/12/08 Jennie Finch, Team USA (13-0, exh.) ........................................................................4/10/08 Earned runs allowed 10 .........Kim Gaudio vs. East Carolina (4/21/96) ................. Amber Harrell vs. NC State (4/12/07) 9 .....................Erin Chandler vs. UMBC (4/5/96) .............Jessica Vanderploeg vs. Hawaii (4/1/03) .......Amber Harrell vs. Western Carolina (4/5/08) 8 ....... Winn Hazlegrove vs. Kent State (3/26/95) ............Shannon Stanovich at Furman (4/15/97) .........Amber Watson at North Carolina (4/24/01) ......... Lynsi Pierce vs. Stephen F. Austin (2/5/05) .. Amber Harrell vs. Florida Gulf Coast (2/7/09) .............Amber Harrell vs. Charlotte (4/14/09)

Hit by pitch 3 ...............Winn Hazlegrove vs. Akron (3/24/95) ................ Winn Hazlegrove at Furman (4/26/95) ...........................Kim Gaudio at Liberty (4/1/98) .................. Hannah Angel at NC State (2/15/06) ...................Vanessa Oakes vs. Toledo (2/24/06) .......Vanessa Oakes vs. North Carolina (4/11/06) .................. Amber Harrell at NC State (2/27/08) .... Amber Harrell at Western Carolina (3/7/09) .............Amber Harrell vs. Campbell (3/31/09) 2 .................................................Several players .........LAST: Amber Harrell vs. Furman (5/9/09)

Walks 10 ..Amber Harrell vs. Western Carolina (4/5/08) 9 ........... Lynsi Pierce vs. Chattanooga (4/16/05) 8 ....Shannon Stanovich at Co. Carolina (4/4/97) .................Joy Stogner vs. Chattanooga (4/2/99) ..... Lynsi Pierce vs. Appalachian State (4/23/05) ....... Amber Harrell vs. Coastal Carolina (2/9/08) ...........Amber Harrell vs. North Carolina (3/5/08) .............. Amber Harrell vs. Samford (4/11/09) 7 .............. Erin Chandler vs.Campbell (5/11/95) ..Shannon Stanovich vs. South Florida (4/18/97) .... Christine Hornak vs. North Carolina (4/14/98) .........Maureen Flynn vs. East Carolina (4/15/99) ................ Danielle Byrne vs. NC State (2/11/05) .............................. Lynsi Pierce at Elon (4/2/05) ......Lynsi Pierce vs. Appalachian State (4/24/05) ...Amber Harrell vs. Coll. of Charleston (4/28/07) .................. Amber Harrell at NC State (2/27/08) ............Amber Harrell vs. Ball State (2/20/09)

Single-game statistics are missing or incomplete prior to the 1995 season. The UNCG Sports Information Office welcomes additions or corrections and can be reached at 336-3345615 or at pdperry@uncg.edu.

Wild pitches 6 ............Hannah Angel vs. Pittsburgh (3/10/06) 4 ................Danielle Byrne at Charlotte (3/3/04) ......... Lynsi Pierce vs. Georgia Southern (5/7/05) ................ Vanessa Oakes at NC State (2/15/06) 3 ................Erin Chandler vs. Radford (3/26/96) .................Erin Chandler vs. Campbell (4/16/96) ... Erin Chandler vs. Md.-Baltimore Co. (4/19/96) ...........Erin Chandler vs. East Carolina (4/21/96) ..................Maureen Flynn vs. Colgate (3/17/99) ....Maureen Flynn at Georgia Southern (4/24/99) ................Amy Poole vs. East Carolina (3/28/01) .............Danielle Byrne at Chattanooga (4/3/04) ........................Hannah Angel vs. Elon (3/25/06) ..................... Hannah Angel at Liberty (4/18/06) ................. Amber Harrell at Campbell (2/20/07) ............ Hannah Angel at Virginia Tech (3/12/08) .............Amber Harrell vs. Campbell (3/31/09) ........Amber Harrell at East Carolina (4/22/09)

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YEARLY LEADERS – BATTING Batting Average 1985 ....Jennifer Boggs ...................................................... .458 1986 ....Jennifer Boggs ...................................................... .354 1987 ....Shannon Watkins .................................................. .408 1988 ....Susan Carter ........................................................ .386 1989 ....N/A ....................................................................... N/A 1990 ....Joan Weesies ........................................................ .378 1991 ....N/A ....................................................................... N/A 1992 ....Lisa Oltman .......................................................... .389 1993 ....Tara Csernecky...................................................... .320 1994 ....Silvia Gabalda ...................................................... .375 1995 ....Lara Long ............................................................. .398 1996 ....Danielle Sekula .................................................... .372 1997 ....Steph Workman .................................................... .352 1998 ....Lara Long ............................................................. .387 1999 ....Jessie Marsh......................................................... .333 2000 ....Leigh Irwin ............................................................ .332 2001 ....Penny Thompson.....................................................316 2002 ....Penny Thompson................................................... .339 2003 ....Jennifer Hubbard .................................................. .377 2004 ....Joni Gomez ........................................................... .365 2005 ....Jennifer Bonilla ..................................................... .350 2006 ....Gwen Johnson....................................................... .333 2007 ....Mary Greenway ..................................................... .303 2008 ....Mary Greenway ..................................................... .323 2009 ....Alex Emeterio........................................................ .327

Runs Batted In 1985 ....Angela Riddle .......................................................... 23 1986 ....Julia Boseman/Meg Sheehan .................................. 25 1987 ....Jennifer Boggs/Shannon Watkins ............................ 19 1988 ....Susan Carter ........................................................... 23 1989 ....N/A ....................................................................... N/A 1990 ....Joan Weesies ........................................................... 22 1991 ....N/A ....................................................................... N/A 1992 ....Courtney Adams/Kris Harris......................................27 1993 ....Karyn Thompson ...................................................... 34 1994 ....Karyn Thompson ...................................................... 48 1995 ....Karyn Thompson .......................................................57 1996 ....Karyn Thompson ...................................................... 55 1997 ....Lara Long ................................................................ 38 1998 ....Danielle Sekula ........................................................31 1999 ....Kristy Norton ........................................................... 30 2000 ....Penny Thompson...................................................... 34 2001 ....Penny Thompson.......................................................31 2002 ....Penny Thompson.......................................................47 2003 ....Penny Thompson...................................................... 39 2004 ....Jennifer Bonilla ........................................................ 39 2005 ....Kelly Allen.................................................................37 2006 ....Kelly Allen.................................................................31 2007 ....Brittany Ausley......................................................... 32 2008 ....Whitney Miller.......................................................... 20 2009 ....Mary Catherine Vercoe ............................................. 26

Hits 1985 ....Jennifer Boggs ......................................................... 33 1986 ....Jennifer Boggs ......................................................... 46 1987 ....Deedee Smith .......................................................... 33 1988 ....Susan Carter/Joan Weesies ..................................... 39 1989 ....N/A ....................................................................... N/A 1990 ....N/A ....................................................................... N/A 1991 ....N/A ....................................................................... N/A 1992 ....Lisa Oltman ............................................................. 58 1993 ....Tammy Reavis/Donna McLamb ................................ 43 1994 ....Karyn Thompson .......................................................61 1995 ....Lara Long .................................................................76 1996 ....Danielle Sekula ....................................................... 70 1997 ....Steph Workman ....................................................... 68 1998 ....Lara Long ................................................................ 63 1999 ....Kristy Norton ........................................................... 56 2000 ....Leigh Irwin ................................................................71 2001 ....Kristy Norton ........................................................... 54 2002 ....Penny Thompson...................................................... 62 2003 ....Jennifer Hubbard ..................................................... 63 2004 ....Joni Gomez .............................................................. 69 2005 ....Jennifer Bonilla ........................................................ 62 2006 ....Krista Judge............................................................. 59 2007 ....Mary Greenway ........................................................ 57 2008 ....Mary Greenway ........................................................ 63 2009 ....Alex Emeterio........................................................... 55

Walks 1985 ....Jennifer Boggs ......................................................... 15 1986 ....Julia Boseman ......................................................... 23 1987 ....Lisa Tew ....................................................................14 1988 ....Deedee Smith ...........................................................17 1989 ....N/A ....................................................................... N/A 1990 ....N/A ....................................................................... N/A 1991 ....N/A ....................................................................... N/A 1992 ....Donna McLamb ........................................................14 1993 ....Donna McLamb ....................................................... 26 1994 ....Karyn Thompson/Winn Hazlegrove/Tara Csernecky .. 22 1995 ....Karyn Thompson ...................................................... 43 1996 ....Karyn Thompson .......................................................51 1997 ....Judy Baker ............................................................... 33 1998 ....Judy Baker ................................................................27 1999 ....Judy Baker ............................................................... 28 2000 ....Penny Thompson/Kim Benningfield ......................... 18 2001 ....Penny Thompson.......................................................21 2002 ....Penny Thompson...................................................... 23 2003 ....Jennifer Aguilar ........................................................ 26 2004 ....Jennifer Hubbard ..................................................... 29 2005 ....Kelly Allen................................................................ 33 2006 ....Jennifer Bonilla .........................................................17 2007 ....Leslie Furness ...........................................................24 2008 ....Brittany Ausley..........................................................21 2009 ....Alex Emeterio............................................................31

Doubles 1985 ....Jennifer Boggs ............................................................6 1986 ....Meg Sheehan .............................................................6 1987 ....Jennifer Boggs ............................................................4 1988 ....Susan Carter ..............................................................5 1989 ....N/A ....................................................................... N/A 1990 ....N/A ....................................................................... N/A 1991 ....N/A ....................................................................... N/A 1992 ....Lisa Oltman ..............................................................11 1993 ....Erin Kluttz ................................................................ 13 1994 ....Winn Hazlegrove .......................................................11 1995 ....Lara Long .................................................................14 1996 ....Jill Quilla.................................................................. 12 1997 ....Lara Long ................................................................ 20 1998 ....Lara Long .................................................................21 1999 ....Kristy Norton ............................................................10 2000 ....KeKe Grady .............................................................. 12 2001 ....Penny Thompson/Joy Stogner ...................................10 2002 ....Kim Benningfield ..................................................... 15 2003 ....Jennifer Hubbard ......................................................11 2004 ....Jennifer Hubbard ......................................................16 2005 ....Jennifer Bonilla ........................................................ 15 2006 ....Jennifer Bonilla ........................................................ 12 2007 ....Jennifer Bonilla/Brittany Ausley/Kara Clouser ............9 2008 ....Brittany Ausley............................................................7 2009 ....Brittany Ausley......................................................... 12 Triples 1985 ....Angela Riddle .............................................................6 1986 ....Jennifer Boggs ............................................................4 1987 ....Jennifer Boggs/Lisa Tew .............................................2 1988 ....Susan Carter ..............................................................8 1989 ....N/A ....................................................................... N/A

30 • RECORDS

Kim Benningfield led UNCG in doubles and walks in 2000 and stolen bases in 2002. 1990 ....N/A ....................................................................... N/A 1991 ....N/A ....................................................................... N/A 1992 ....Lisa Oltman ................................................................8 1993 ....Karyn Thompson/Winn Hazlegrove ..............................3 1994 ....Erin Kluttz ...................................................................4 1995 ....Erin Kluttz ...................................................................4 1996 ....Karyn Thompson/Lori Leete ........................................2 1997 ....Jill Quilla.....................................................................1 1998 ....Danielle Sekula ..........................................................2 1999 ....Judy Baker/Danielle Mirabal.......................................3 2000 ....Kristy Norton/Penny Thompson/ .............Rashida Bryant/KeKe Grady .......................................2 2001 ....None ..........................................................................0 2002 ....Megan Gough .............................................................3 2003 ....Jennifer Hubbard ........................................................6 2004 ....Adriane Audley/Danielle Byrne/Lynsi Pierce ...............1 2005 ....Krista Judge/Adriane Audley .......................................3 2006 ....Gwen Johnson/Jennifer Bonilla/ .............Adriane Audley/Kara Clouser ......................................1 2007 ....Brittany Ausley/Lyndsey Wilson...................................3 2008 ....Mary Greenway ...........................................................5 2009 ....Alex Emeterio..............................................................3 Home Runs 1985 ....Jennifer Boggs/Julia Boseman ....................................4 1986 ....Meg Sheehan .............................................................5 1987 ....Susan Carter ..............................................................2 1988 ....Susan Carter/Joan Weesies/Deedee Smith ................1 1989 ....N/A ....................................................................... N/A 1990 ....N/A ....................................................................... N/A 1991 ....N/A ....................................................................... N/A 1992 ....Lisa Oltman ................................................................2 1993 ....Karyn Thompson .........................................................9 1994 ....Karyn Thompson .......................................................11 1995 ....Karyn Thompson .......................................................14 1996 ....Karyn Thompson ...................................................... 12 1997 ....Tracy Strommer...........................................................4 1998 ....Lara Long ...................................................................7 1999 ....Becky Weedman .........................................................2 2000 ....Penny Thompson.........................................................4 2001 ....Penny Thompson.......................................................10 2002 ....Penny Thompson...................................................... 13 2003 ....Jennifer Hubbard/Christine Sweeney ........................10 2004 ....Jennifer Hubbard ......................................................10 2005 ....Kelly Allen.................................................................11 2006 ....Gwen Johnson.............................................................8 2007 ....Leslie Furness/Brittany Ausley ...................................6 2008 ....Kaitlin Merkt ...............................................................5 2009 ....Kaitlin Merkt ...............................................................6

Stolen Bases 1985 ....Julia Boseman ..........................................................14 1986 ....Julia Boseman ......................................................... 20 1987 ....Lisa Tew ....................................................................14 1988 ....Joan Weesies ........................................................... 20 1989 ....N/A ....................................................................... N/A 1990 ....Joan Weesies ........................................................... 45 1991 ....N/A ....................................................................... N/A 1992 ....Lisa Oltman ............................................................. 26 1993 ....Shonda Spagnola .......................................................9 1994 ....Karyn Thompson ...................................................... 13 1995 ....Shonda Spagnola .................................................... 22 1996 ....Danielle Sekula ........................................................17 1997 ....Jessie Marsh.............................................................16 1998 ....Jessie Marsh.............................................................14 1999 ....Leigh Irwin ............................................................... 20 2000 ....Leigh Irwin ............................................................... 36 2001 ....Leigh Irwin ............................................................... 39 2002 ....Kim Benningfield ..................................................... 22 2003 ....Ashley Purcell ...........................................................16 2004 ....Lynsi Pierce ..............................................................16 2005 ....Gwen Johnson...........................................................14 2006 ....Krista Judge............................................................. 15 2007 ....Mary Greenway .........................................................41 2008 ....Mary Greenway ........................................................ 49 2009 ....Lyndsay Mouse .........................................................14

Season statistics are missing or incomplete prior to the 1992 season. The UNCG Sports Information Office welcomes additions or corrections and can be reached at 336-334-5615 or at pdperry@uncg.edu.

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YEARLY LEADERS – PITCHING Wins 1985 ....Pam Andrews ..............................................................8 1986 ....N/A ....................................................................... N/A 1987 ....Jen Zegler ...................................................................8 1988 ....Jen Zegler ................................................................ 12 1989 ....N/A ....................................................................... N/A 1990 ....Lorri Parrott ............................................................. 23 1991 ....N/A ....................................................................... N/A 1992 ....Winn Hazlegrove ...................................................... 19 1993 ....Winn Hazlegrove ...................................................... 34 1994 ....Winn Hazlegrove ...................................................... 40 1995 ....Winn Hazlegrove ...................................................... 25 1996 ....Erin Chandler ............................................................21 1997 ....Christine Hornak .......................................................27 1998 ....Christine Hornak ...................................................... 25 1999 ....Becky Gray .............................................................. 18 2000 ....Amy Poole ............................................................... 15 2001 ....Amber Watson ..........................................................16 2002 ....Amber Watson ......................................................... 12 2003 ....Melissa Johnson ...................................................... 13 2004 ....Vanessa Oakes/Danielle Byrne ................................ 12 2005 ....Vanessa Oakes ........................................................ 13 2006 ....Vanessa Oakes ...........................................................9 2007 ....Vanessa Oakes .........................................................14 2008 ....Hannah Angel .......................................................... 12 2009 ....Hannah Angel .......................................................... 13 ERA 1985 ....Pam Andrews ........................................................ 2.99 1986 ....N/A ....................................................................... N/A 1987 ....Jen Zegler ............................................................. 3.81 1988 ....Jen Zegler ............................................................. 2.06 1989 ....N/A ....................................................................... N/A 1990 ....N/A ....................................................................... N/A 1991 ....N/A ....................................................................... N/A 1992 ....Winn Hazlegrove ................................................... 2.30 1993 ....Erin Chandler ........................................................ 1.32 1994 ....Winn Hazlegrove ................................................... 1.68 1995 ....Erin Chandler ........................................................ 1.87 1996 ....Erin Chandler ........................................................ 2.63 1997 ....Christine Hornak ................................................... 1.58 1998 ....Christine Hornak ................................................... 2.03 1999 ....Becky Gray ........................................................... 2.31 2000 ....Amy Poole ............................................................ 1.73 2001 ....Amy Poole ............................................................ 1.39 2002 ....Jessica Vanderploeg ..............................................2.11 2003 ....Amber Watson ...................................................... 1.35 2004 ....Lynsi Pierce .......................................................... 2.28 2005 ....Vanessa Oakes ..................................................... 2.65 2006 ....Vanessa Oakes ..................................................... 2.83 2007 ....Vanessa Oakes ..................................................... 2.36 2008 ....Hannah Angel ....................................................... 2.46 2009 ....Hannah Angel ....................................................... 2.73

1992 ....Winn Hazlegrove ............................ 7 1993 ....None ............................................. 0 1994 ....Winn Hazlegrove ............................ 2 1995 ....Kim Gaudio.................................... 2 1996 ....Erin Chandler ................................. 2 1997 ....Christine Hornak ............................ 1 1998 ....Christine Hornak ............................ 1 1999 ....None ............................................. 0 2000 ....Amy Poole ..................................... 2 2001 ....Maureen Flynn ............................... 4 2002 ....Maureen Flynn ............................... 8 2003 ....Melissa Johnson ............................ 1 2004 ....Vanessa Oakes/Danielle Byrne ...... 1 2005 ....Vanessa Oakes .............................. 1 2006 ....Vanessa Oakes .............................. 1 2007 ....None ............................................. 0 2008 ....Hannah Angel ................................ 2 2009 ....None ............................................. 0 Strikeouts 1985 ....Pam Andrews ............................... 25 1986 ....N/A ........................................... N/A 1987 ....Jennifer Boggs ............................. 22 1988 ....Jen Zegler .................................... 18 1989 ....N/A ........................................... N/A 1990 ....N/A ........................................... N/A 1991 ....N/A ........................................... N/A 1992 ....Winn Hazlegrove ........................ 103 1993 ....Winn Hazlegrove ........................ 102 1994 ....Winn Hazlegrove .......................... 99 1995 ....Winn Hazlegrove ........................ 112 1996 ....Erin Chandler ............................. 143 1997 ....Christine Hornak ........................ 262 1998 ....Christine Hornak ........................ 137 1999 ....Maureen Flynn ........................... 142 2000 ....Amy Poole ................................. 119 2001 ....Amy Poole ................................. 131 2002 ....Jessica Vanderploeg .................. 101 2003 ....Amber Watson ........................... 119 2004 ....Vanessa Oakes .......................... 109 2005 ....Vanessa Oakes .......................... 125 2006 ....Vanessa Oakes .......................... 165 2007 ....Vanessa Oakes .......................... 166 2008 ....Hannah Angel .............................177 2009 ....Amber Harrell ............................ 136

Season statistics are missing or incomplete prior to the 1992 season. The UNCG Sports Information Office welcomes additions or corrections and can be reached at 336-334-5615 or at pdperry@uncg.edu.

Jessica Vanderploeg turned in 101 strikeouts and a 2.11 ERA in 2002, both team bests that year.

Innings Pitched 1985 ....Pam Andrews ...................................................... 105.0 1986 ....N/A ....................................................................... N/A 1987 ....Lisa Fecile ............................................................ 86.0 1988 ....Jen Zegler ........................................................... 126.0 1989 ....N/A ....................................................................... N/A 1990 ....N/A ....................................................................... N/A 1991 ....N/A ....................................................................... N/A 1992 ....Winn Hazlegrove ................................................. 203.2 1993 ....Winn Hazlegrove ................................................. 201.0 1994 ....Winn Hazlegrove ..................................................216.1 1995 ....Winn Hazlegrove ................................................. 218.0 1996 ....Erin Chandler ......................................................274.1 1997 ....Christine Hornak ................................................. 278.1 1998 ....Christine Hornak ................................................. 220.1 1999 ....Maureen Flynn .................................................... 198.0 2000 ....Amy Poole .......................................................... 181.2 2001 ....Amber Watson .................................................... 168.2 2002 ....Jessica Vanderploeg ........................................... 149.1 2003 ....Amber Watson .................................................... 119.0 2004 ....Vanessa Oakes .................................................... 177.1 2005 ....Vanessa Oakes ....................................................187.2 2006 ....Vanessa Oakes ................................................... 183.1 2007 ....Vanessa Oakes ....................................................187.0 2008 ....Amber Harrell ..................................................... 186.0 2009 ....Hannah Angel ......................................................169.1 Saves 1985 ....N/A ....................................................................... N/A 1986 ....N/A ....................................................................... N/A 1987 ....N/A ....................................................................... N/A 1988 ....Jen Zegler/Jennifer Boggs ...........................................1 1989 ....N/A ....................................................................... N/A 1990 ....N/A ....................................................................... N/A 1991 ....N/A ....................................................................... N/A

UNCG SOFTBALL MEDIA GUIDE

Vanessa Oakes is one of just two pitchers in school history to lead UNCG in wins and strikeouts in each of her four seasons in a Spartan uniform. Oakes, who pitched for UNCG from 2004-07, is now the Spartans’ pitching coach.

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ALL-TIME RESULTS DIVISION III 1985 Record: 12-16 (6-5 Dixie, 4th) Head coach: Tere Dail 3/13 ... at Averett* ................................ W 8-7 3/13 ... at Averett* .............................. W 11-5 3/16 ... Christopher Newport* ................ L 3-6 3/19 ... St. Andrews* ........................... W 18-1 3/19 ... St. Andrews* ............................. W 7-6 3/21 ... at North Carolina Wesleyan* ...... L 0-7 3/21 ... at North Carolina Wesleyan* ..... W 3-2 3/26 ... Averett* .................................... W 8-7 3/26 ... Averett* ..................................... L 4-8 3/28 ... at Longwood............................. L 1-11 3/28 ... at Longwood............................. L 9-11 4/2 ..... Methodist* ............................... W 9-5 4/2 ..... Methodist* ............................. W 10-9 4/3 ..... Canisius ................................... L 0-15 4/3 ..... Canisius ..................................... L 4-8 4/4 ..... at St. Andrews* ....................... W 21-4 4/4 ..... at St. Andrews* ....................... W 30-5 4/5 ..... Virginia Wesleyan* ..................... L 1-5 4/5 ..... Virginia Wesleyan* .................... W 3-2 4/10 ... UNC Wilmington ......................... L 1-2 4/10 ... UNC Wilmington .................... L 1-2 (9) 4/14 ... North Carolina Wesleyan* ......... W 5-4 4/14 ... North Carolina Wesleyan* ......... W 8-7 4/15 ... at Methodist* .......................... L 0-10 4/15 ... at Methodist* .......................... L 1-11 4/17 ... Longwood .................................. L 1-5 4/17 ... Longwood .................................. L 4-7 4/20 ... at N.C. Wesleyan&............... L 3-6 (10) * Dixie Conference game (only first game of doubleheader counted in league standings) & Dixie Conference Tournament, Rocky Mount, N.C.

1986 Record: 18-21-1 (11-16-1 Dixie, 5th) Head coach: Tere Dail 3/5 ..... at Charlotte ........................................ 3/5 ..... at Charlotte ........................................ 3/18 ... at St. Andrews* ................. W, 11-1 (6) 3/18 ... at St. Andrews* ...................... W, 13-5 3/20 ... Averett* ............................................. 3/20 ... Averett* ............................................. 3/21 ... Greensboro College* ................. L, 1-6 3/21 ... Greensboro College* ............ L, 4-5 (6) 3/23 ... North Carolina Wesleyan* ........ W, 5-4 3/23 ... North Carolina Wesleyan* ....... L, 0-10 3/24 ... Longwood ........................... W, 5-4 (9) 3/24 ... Longwood ........................... W, 3-2 (6) 3/26 ... Meredith ................................ W, 12-5 3/26 ... Meredith ............................. W, 6-5 (6) 3/27 ... at UNC Wilmington ................... W, 4-2 3/27 ... at UNC Wilmington .....................T, 6-6 3/28 ... MacAlester................................ L, 0-8 3/28 ... MacAlester............................. W, 13-4 4/3 ..... at Virginia Wesleyan* ................ L, 5-7 4/3 ..... at Virginia Wesleyan* ........... L, 7-8 (5) 4/4 ..... at Christopher Newport* ......... L, 9-11 4/4 ..... at Christopher Newport* ........... L, 3-9 4/7 ..... Methodist* ........................................ 4/7 ..... Methodist* ........................................ 4/8 ..... at Greensboro College* ...................... 4/8 ..... at Greensboro College* ...................... 4/10 ... at Averett* ......................................... 4/10 ... at Averett* ......................................... 4/15 ... St. Andrews* ...................................... 4/16 ... at Methodist* .................................... 4/16 ... at Methodist* .................................... 4/17 ... Liberty....................................... L, 1-4 4/17 ... Liberty...................................... W, 3-2 4/19 ... Christopher Newport* ............... L, 6-9 4/19 ... Christopher Newport* ............ W, 17-7 4/20 ... Virginia Wesleyan* ............................. 4/20 ... Virginia Wesleyan* ............................. 4/22 ... at North Carolina Wesleyan* .............. 4/22 ... at North Carolina Wesleyan* .............. 4/26 ... at Dixie Conference Tournament& .......

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* Dixie Conference game & Dixie Conference Tournament, Fayetteville, N.C.

1987 Record: 19-13 (6-8 Dixie, t-4th) Head coach: Tere Dail 3/2 ..... Charlotte^ ................................ L 1-11 3/2 ..... Charlotte^ .................................. L 2-6 3/18 ... at Ferrum .................................. W 8-3 3/20 ... Fordham .............................. W 7-6 (8) 3/23 ... at Averett* ................................ W 6-3 3/23 ... at Averett* ........................... W 7-6 (8) 3/25 ... North Carolina A&T.................. W 10-5 3/25 ... North Carolina A&T............. W 11-2 (6) 3/27 ... Christopher Newport* ............... W 6-5 3/27 ... Christopher Newport* ............... W 7-1 3/28 ... Virginia Wesleyan* .............. L 1-11 (5) 3/28 ... Virginia Wesleyan* ................ L 0-1 (8) 4/1 ..... North Carolina Wesleyan* ..... L 6-8 (8) 4/1 ..... North Carolina Wesleyan* ..... L 4-5 (6) 4/2 ..... at Meredith ......................... L 9-10 (6) 4/2 ..... at Meredith ........................ W 11-4 (6) 4/6 ..... at Greensboro College* .............. L 3-5 4/6 ..... at Greensboro College* ............. W 9-8 4/8 ..... at St. Andrews* .......................... L 3-7 4/8 ..... at St. Andrews* ......................... W 4-3 4/10 ... Charlotte@ ................................. L 0-4 4/10 ... St. Augustine’s@........................ W 8-3 4/10 ... Ferrum@ ..................................... L 0-3 4/11 ... Longwood@ ............................... W 7-6 4/11 ... Charlotte@ ................................ W 1-0 4/11 ... St. Augustine’s@....................... L 4-10 4/13 ... at North Carolina A&T.............. W 10-5 4/13 ... at North Carolina A&T......... W 11-7 (6) 4/14 ... Averett .................................... W 11-1 4/14 ... Averett ....................................... L 4-6 4/16 ... at Methodist* ............................ L 1-2 4/16 ... at Methodist* ............................ L 2-3 *Dixie Conference game ^ Games later forfeited because of ineligible player on Charlotte roster @ UNCG Invitational, Greensboro, N.C.

1988 Record: 22-14 (9-4 Dixie, 3rd) Head coach: Mary Jo Campbell

3/1 ..... at Charlotte ................................ L 2-4 3/1 ..... at Charlotte ................................ L 2-4 3/6 ..... Heidelberg ................................ W 6-2 3/6 ..... Heidelberg .............................. W 12-2 3/16 ... at North Carolina Wesleyan ....... W 6-2 3/16 ... at North Carolina Wesleyan ........ L 3-4 3/19 ... at Longwood.............................. W 2-1 3/19 ... at Longwood............................... L 1-6 3/21 ... Averett* .................................... W 7-1 3/21 ... Averett* .................................. W 22-2 3/23 ... Baldwin-Wallace ........................ L 0-1 3/23 ... Baldwin-Wallace ........................ L 3-4 3/25 ... at Virginia Wesleyan* ................. L 0-6 3/25 ... at Virginia Wesleyan* ................. L 0-3 3/26 ... at Christopher Newport* ........... W 9-3 3/28 ... at Ferrum .................................. W 5-0 3/28 ... at Ferrum ................................... L 1-2 3/29 ... Greensboro College* ................. W 4-3 3/29 ... Greensboro College* ............... W 10-2 3/31 ... St. Andrews* ............................. W 7-2 3/31 ... St. Andrews* .............................. L 5-7 4/1 ..... Mercyhurst ................................ W 1-0 4/1 ..... Mercyhurst ................................ W 6-1 4/6 ..... Methodist* ............................... W 9-5 4/8 ..... Charlotte@ ................................. L 3-4 4/8 ..... North Carolina A&T@ ................. W 4-0 4/8 ..... Ferrum@ .................................... W 5-3 4/8 ..... Greensboro College@ ................ W 6-0 4/8 ..... Longwood@ ................................ L 0-3 4/20 ... Methodist* ............................... W 8-7 4/21 ... at North Carolina ........................ L 0-8 4/21 ... at North Carolina ........................ L 3-5 4/22 ... vs. North Carolina Wesleyan& .... W 4-0 4/22 ... vs. North Carolina Wesleyan& .... W 3-2

4/23 ... vs. Virginia Wesleyan&............... W 3-2 4/23 ... vs. Virginia Wesleyan&............... W 3-0 * Dixie Conference game @ UNCG Invitational, Greensboro, N.C. & Dixie Conference Tournament, Danville, Va. DIAC Tournament Champions

DIVISION II 1989 Record: 15-16 Head coach: Mary Jo Campbell 3/1 ..... at Winthrop ................................ L 0-6 3/1 ..... at Winthrop ................................ L 2-6 3/9 ..... at USC Spartanburg .................. W 2-0 3/9 ..... at USC Spartanburg ................... L 0-3 3/11 ... at Georgia Southern ................... L 5-7 3/11 ... at Georgia Southern ................... L 2-7 3/12 ... at Maryville ............................... W 3-2 3/12 ... at Maryville ................................ L 1-8 3/14 ... Charlotte .................................... L 0-1 3/14 ... Charlotte .................................... L 0-3 3/20 ... Baldwin-Wallace ....................... W 2-0 3/25 ... Longwood ................................. W 9-1 3/25 ... Longwood ................................. W 6-5 3/28 ... MacAlester................................ W 6-3 3/28 ... MacAlester................................ W 7-0 4/1 ..... vs. Coastal Carolina^ ............... L 3-10 4/1 ..... at UNC Wilmington^ ................... L 2-7 4/2 ..... vs. Longwood^ .......................... W 9-3 4/3 ..... at Campbell ............................... L 1-3 4/3 ..... at Campbell ............................... L 1-3 4/8 ..... Greensboro College@ .............. W 16-1 4/12 ... North Carolina A&T.................. W 10-0 4/12 ... North Carolina A&T.................... W 7-0 4/17 ... at North Carolina A&T................ W 3-0 4/17 ... at North Carolina A&T................. L 2-4 4/19 ... North Carolina............................ L 1-9 4/19 ... North Carolina............................ L 2-7 4/20 ... at St. Andrews ................... L 11-12 (8) 4/20 ... at St. Andrews ........................... W 3-2 4/24 ... Fayetteville State................. W (forfeit) 4/24 ... Fayetteville State................. W (forfeit) ^ UNC Wilmington Tournament, Wilmington, N.C. @ UNCG Invitational, Greensboro, N.C.

1990 Record: 26-13 Head coach: Mary Jo Campbell 3/1 ..... Virginia Tech (club) .................... W 2-1 3/1 ..... Virginia Tech (club) .................... W 5-3 3/12 ... Mansfield ................................ W 11-7 3/12 ... Mansfield ................................. L 3-11 3/13 ... Elon .......................................... W 5-3 3/13 ... Elon ........................................... L 3-5 3/17 ... Catawba ................................... W 5-0 3/17 ... Catawba ................................... W 6-5 3/19 ... at North Carolina A&T.............. W 12-0 3/19 ... at North Carolina A&T.............. W 11-7 3/23 ... USC Spartanburg ....................... L 2-3 3/23 ... USC Spartanburg ....................... L 4-7 3/24 ... Eastern Illinois ........................... L 1-3 3/24 ... Eastern Illinois ......................... L 0-14 3/25 ... Bennett ................................... W 27-0 3/27 ... at Charlotte ......................... L 0-1 (13) 3/27 ... at Charlotte ............................... W 2-1 4/1 ..... Pfeiffer ...................................... W 3-0 4/1 ..... Pfeiffer .................................... W 11-6 4/3 ..... at North Carolina ...................... L 0-10 4/3 ..... at North Carolina ........................ L 1-3 4/5 ..... at Elon ...................................... W 5-4 4/5 ..... at Elon ...................................... W 7-2 4/6 ..... Eastern Mennonite@.................. W 9-7 4/6 ..... Greensboro College@ ................ W 8-3 4/7 ..... Longwood@ ............................. W 11-4 4/7 ..... Greensboro College@ ................ W 9-0 4/7 ..... Baptist@ .................................... L 0-5 4/9 ..... at Bennett ............................... W 24-0

4/11 ... North Carolina A&T.................. W 10-0 4/11 ... North Carolina A&T.................. W 13-3 4/14 ... at Penn State^ ........................... L 4-9 4/14 ... vs. Monmouth^ ......................... W 9-6 4/15 ... vs. Canisius^ ............................. W 4-3 4/15 ... vs. Robert Morris^ ..................... W 3-1 4/17 ... at Longwood.............................. W 5-2 4/17 ... at Longwood.............................. W 9-2 4/18 ... at Virginia................................... L 0-6 4/18 ... at Virginia................................... L 1-4 @ UNCG Invitational, Greensboro, N.C. ^ Penn State Lady Lion Blue Classic, University Park, Pa.

1991 Record: 14-21 Head coach: Mary Jo Campbell 2/27 ... North Carolina............................ L 0-2 2/27 ... North Carolina............................ L 2-6 3/7 ..... at Catawba................................. L 1-3 3/7 ..... at Catawba................................. L 0-2 3/9 ..... at East Carolina ........................ L 1-12 3/9 ..... at East Carolina .......................... L 0-3 3/11 ... Elon ................................. W 14-13 (8) 3/11 ... Elon .......................................... W 8-6 3/16 ... Shippensburg............................. L 3-7 3/16 ... Shippensburg............................ W 5-2 3/17 ... Lenoir-Rhyne .................... W 14-13 (8) 3/17 ... Lenoir-Rhyne ......................... W 16-10 3/21 ... at Gardner-Webb ....................... W 6-2 3/21 ... at Gardner-Webb ..................... W 13-3 3/22 ... at USC Spartanburg ................... L 0-2 3/22 ... at USC Spartanburg ................... L 5-7 3/25 ... at Florida Southern ..................... L 0-3 3/25 ... at Florida Southern ..................... L 2-3 4/3 ..... at Winthrop ................................ L 1-8 4/3 ..... at Winthrop ................................ L 0-4 4/5 ..... Longwood@ ............................. W 12-7 4/5 ..... St. Augustine’s@......................... L 2-5 4/5 ..... California (Pa.)@......................... L 0-9 4/6 ..... UNC Wilmington@ ..................... W 4-2 4/6 ..... California (Pa.)@.................... L 1-2 (8) 4/7 ..... Virginia .................................... L 1-10 4/7 ..... Virginia ...................................... L 0-5 4/9 ..... at Elon ....................................... L 3-4 4/9 ..... at Elon .................................... W 10-4 4/11 ... North Carolina Wesleyan ......... W 18-4 4/11 ... North Carolina Wesleyan ........... W 8-0 4/13 ... Longwood ................................. W 7-6 4/13 ... Longwood ................................. W 6-4 4/18 ... Charlotte .................................... L 2-3 4/18 ... Charlotte .................................... L 2-7 @ UNCG Invitational, Greensboro, N.C.

DIVISION I 1992 Record: 31-18-1 Head coach: Melody Cope 2/19 ... USC Spartanburg ..................... L 3-10 2/19 ... USC Spartanburg ....................... L 6-9 2/22 ... Campbell ............................. W 2-1 (8) 2/22 ... Campbell ............................. W 2-1 (8) 3/3 ..... at Longwood.............................. W 8-0 3/3 ..... at Longwood.............................. W 8-4 3/5 ..... Elon ........................................... L 0-1 3/5 ..... Elon .......................................... W 8-2 3/7 ..... vs. Virginia@ ............................... L 0-1 3/8 ..... vs. George Mason@ ................... W 9-5 3/8 ..... vs. East Carolina@ ...................... L 2-8 3/9 ..... at Francis Marion ...................... W 8-0 3/9 ..... at Francis Marion ...................... W 4-2 3/11 ... at Charleston Southern .............. W 4-1 3/11 ... at Charleston Southern .............. W 4-2 3/13 ... vs. Campbell$ ........................... W 8-6 3/13 ... vs. Charleston Southern$ .......... W 4-0 3/13 ... vs. Catawba$ ............................ W 4-2 3/13 ... vs. Francis Marion$ ................... W 6-5 3/14 ... vs. Catawba$ ............................ W 4-1

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1994 Record: 35-23 (10-4 Big South, 3rd) Head coach: Melody Cope

UNCG went 31-18-1 in 1992, its first season at the Division I level. 3/14 ... vs. Charleston Southern$ ..... W 1-0 (8) 3/14 ... vs. Campbell$ ............................ L 1-3 3/21 ... Drake ......................................... L 0-4 3/21 ... Drake ......................................... L 0-7 3/23 ... Ohio .......................................... W 3-2 3/23 ... Ohio .......................................... W 6-4 3/24 ... at Charlotte ................................ L 0-8 3/24 ... at Charlotte ................................ L 2-4 4/2 ..... at Elon ....................................... L 2-9 4/2 ..... at Elon ...................................... W 7-6 4/3 ..... vs. Radford% ............................. W 7-0 4/3 ..... vs. Gardner-Webb% ................... W 5-1 4/3 ..... vs. Charleston Southern% .......... W 7-4 4/4 ..... vs. Longwood%........................ W 11-1 4/4 ..... vs. UNC Wilmington% ................ W 2-0 4/4 ..... vs. California (Pa.)% ....................T 3-3 4/6 ..... Charlotte ................................. W 10-0 4/6 ..... Charlotte ................................... W 3-1 4/8 ..... at North Carolina ........................ L 0-4 4/8 ..... at North Carolina ........................ L 0-7 4/10 ... Georgia Tech .............................. L 1-3 4/10 ... Georgia Tech .............................. L 4-6 4/11 ... at Campbell .............................. W 3-0 4/11 ... at Campbell ............................ W 11-1 4/15 ... at Virginia................................. L 1-11 4/15 ... at Virginia................................... L 1-4 4/25 ... North Carolina.......................... L 1-11 4/25 ... North Carolina............................ L 1-2 4/26 ... George Mason ........................... W 6-0 4/26 ... George Mason ......................... W 10-3 @ East Carolina Tournament, Greenville, N.C. $ UNCW Invitational, Wilmington, N.C. % UNCG Invitational, Greensboro, N.C.

1993 Record: 36-14-2 (7-0-1 Big South, 1st) Head coach: Melody Cope 2/20 ... at UNC Wilmington@.................. W 2-0 2/20 ... vs. Eastern Michigan@ ................ L 2-3 2/20 ... vs. Penn State@ ......................... W 3-2 2/21 ... vs. North Carolina@ .................... L 0-1 2/21 ... at UNC Wilmington@.................. W 5-0 2/21 ... vs. Penn State@ .......................... L 0-2 2/24 ... at Charlotte ............................. W 14-0 2/24 ... at Charlotte ............................... W 8-2 3/2 ..... Radford* ................................ W 12-6 3/2 ..... Radford* ................................ W 10-0 3/5 ..... at Winthrop* ............................. W 2-0 3/5 ..... at Winthrop* ............................. W 7-2 3/7 ..... vs. Valparaiso$.......................... W 9-0 3/7 ..... vs. Illinois-Chicago$ ................. L 0-11 3/8 ..... vs. Evansville$ ........................... W 8-2 3/8 ..... vs. Indiana State$ ...................... L 8-9 3/10 ... vs. Wisconsin-Green Bay$........... L 2-5 3/10 ... vs. Iowa State$........................... L 3-4 3/11 ... vs. St. Louis$ ............................. W 2-0 3/11 ... vs. Maine$ ................................. L 4-5 3/12 ... vs. Evansville$ ........................... W 4-0 3/12 ... vs. SE Missouri State$ ............... W 4-0 3/17 ... Elon ........................................... L 1-3 3/17 ... Elon ............................................T 2-2

3/20 ... North Carolina............................ L 2-3 3/20 ... North Carolina............................ L 1-6 3/22 ... Charleston Southern* ............... W 6-0 3/22 ... Charleston Southern* .................T 7-7 3/30 ... East Carolina.............................. L 0-5 3/30 ... East Carolina............................. W 7-5 4/6 ..... New York Tech ........................... W 4-1 4/6 ..... New York Tech ........................... W 6-0 4/8 ..... Coastal Carolina* ..................... W 1-0 4/8 ..... Coastal Carolina* ..................... W 6-1 4/9 ..... vs. Longwood%.......................... W 8-2 4/9 ..... vs. Radford% ........................... W 13-3 4/9 ..... vs. Adelphi% ............................. W 1-0 4/10 ... vs. St. Francis (Pa.)% ................. W 6-2 4/10 ... vs. Campbell% ..................... W 1-0 (8) 4/10 ... vs. California (Pa.)% .................. W 4-2 4/12 ... Barton ...................................... W 9-0 4/12 ... Barton .................................... W 10-1 4/17 ... Campbell* ................................ W 5-3 4/17 ... Campbell* ........................... W 2-1 (9) 4/18 ... Longwood ............................... W 12-0 4/18 ... Longwood ................................. W 8-0 4/20 ... Charlotte ................................... W 8-1 4/20 ... Charlotte ................................... W 2-0 4/22 ... vs. Radford& ............................. W 5-4 4/22 ... vs. Winthrop& ........................... W 7-0 4/23 ... at Campbell& ............................. L 1-3 4/23 ... vs. Towson& ............................... L 1-2 * Big South Conference game @ Seahawk Classic, Wilmington, N.C. $ Rebel Spring Games, Orlando, Fla. % UNCG Invitational, High Point, N.C. & Big South Tournament, Buies Creek, N.C. Big South Reg. Season Champions

2/19 ... at Charlotte ............................... W 3-0 2/19 ... at Charlotte ............................... W 7-3 2/20 ... St. Peter’s ............................... W 15-0 2/20 ... St. Peter’s ................................. W 6-1 2/25 ... Virginia ...................................... L 1-2 2/25 ... Virginia .................................... L 0-11 3/5 ..... vs. Purdue@............................... W 6-4 3/5 ..... vs. East Carolina@ ...................... L 2-6 3/6 ..... vs. UNC Wilmington@ ................. L 3-4 3/6 ..... vs. Canisius@ ............................. L 4-5 3/7 ..... vs. SE Missouri State$ ................ L 1-2 3/7 ..... vs. Temple$ ................................ L 2-4 3/8 ..... vs. Maine$ ................................. L 0-7 3/8 ..... vs. Illinois-Chicago$ ................... L 0-7 3/10 ... vs. Valparaiso$.......................... W 3-0 3/10 ... vs. Loyola$ ................................. L 3-6 3/11 ... vs. Detroit$ ................................ L 1-4 3/11 ... vs. St. Louis$ ............................. W 4-0 3/12 ... vs. Radford$.............................. W 2-0 3/12 ... vs. Detroit Mercy$ ...................... L 3-4 3/15 ... UMBC* ..................................... W 7-1 3/15 ... UMBC* ..................................... W 3-0 3/16 ... at North Carolina A&T.............. W 25-0 3/16 ... at North Carolina A&T.............. W 16-1 3/19 ... Winthrop* ............................... W 17-0 3/19 ... Winthrop* ................................. W 7-4 3/22 ... at Coastal Carolina* .................. L 1-2 3/22 ... at Coastal Carolina* .................. L 1-3 3/23 ... Coppin State ........................... W 31-0 3/23 ... Coppin State ........................... W 18-3 3/25 ... vs. Stetson% .............................. L 0-2 3/25 ... vs. Furman%.............................. W 9-5 3/26 ... vs. Akron% ................................. L 0-5 3/26 ... vs. Charlotte% ........................... W 5-1 3/30 ... Marshall ................................... W 3-2 3/30 ... Marshall ................................. W 10-2 4/1 ..... vs. Marshall# ............................. L 0-8 4/1 ..... vs. Campbell# ........................... W 4-0 4/2 ..... vs. College of Charleston# ....... W 12-4 4/2 ..... vs. Marshall# ............................. L 2-3 4/5 ..... Liberty* .................................... W 6-1 4/5 ..... Liberty* ...................................... W -0 4/9 ..... at Charleston Southern*............ W 5-4 4/9 ..... at Charleston Southern*............ W 3-0 4/14 ... at Radford*............................... W 5-0 4/14 ... at Radford*............................... W 6-0 4/16 ... at Campbell* ............................. L 0-3 4/16 ... at Campbell* ............................. L 5-8 4/21 ... vs. UMBC&................................. L 2-3 4/21 ... vs. Winthrop& ........................... W 6-2 4/22 ... vs. Towson& .............................. W 6-3 4/22 ... vs. Coastal Carolina& .............. W 10-0 4/23 ... vs. Campbell&...................... W 1-0 (8) 4/23 ... vs. UMBC&................................ W 3-2 4/23 ... vs. UMBC&................................ W 5-0 3/7 ..... Canisius# ................................... L 1-5 3/7 ..... Canisius# .................................. W 5-2 3/8 ..... Canisius# ................................... L 5-8

The Spartans won the Big South Conference Tournament in 1994, reaching the best-of-three NCAA tournament play-in series.

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* Big South Conference game @ East Carolina Tournament, Greenville, N.C. $ Rebel Spring Games, Orlando, Fla. % Winthrop Invitational, Rock Hill, S.C. # Furman Spring Fling, Greenville, S.C. & Big South Tournament, Rock Hill, S.C. # NCAA Play-in Series, Greensboro, N.C. Big South Tournament Champions NCAA Tournament Play-in Series

1995 Record: 49-17 (12-2 Big South, 1st) Head coach: Melody Cope 2/25 ... vs. Marshall@ ............................ W 5-2 2/25 ... vs. UNC Wilmington@ ........... W 4-3 (8) 2/26 ... vs. Morgan State@................... W 22-0 2/26 ... vs. Morgan State@................... W 12-0 2/26 ... vs. Marshall@ ............................ W 6-0 3/5 ..... vs. Creighton$ ............................ L 2-4 3/5 ..... vs. Temple$ ............................... W 3-2 3/6 ..... vs. Illinois-Chicago$ .................. W 1-0 3/6 ..... vs. Loyola (Ill.)$ ......................... W 1-0 3/7 ..... vs. Maine$ ............................ L 3-4 (8) 3/7 ..... vs. Illinois-Chicago$ ................ W 10-4 3/8 ..... vs. Detroit$ ................................ L 1-4 3/8 ..... vs. Loyola (Ill.)$ ..................... L 1-2 (8) 3/9 ..... vs. SE Missouri State$ .............. L 9-10 3/9 ..... vs. Stetson$ .............................. W 9-2 3/11 ... at Coastal Carolina* ................. W 8-4 3/11 ... at Coastal Carolina* ................. W 3-0 3/14 ... at North Carolina ....................... W 8-6 3/14 ... at North Carolina ....................... W 5-0 3/18 ... Towson*.................................... W 2-1 3/18 ... Towson*..................................... L 5-8 3/19 ... UMBC* ...................................... L 0-3 3/19 ... UMBC* ..................................... W 8-3 3/21 ... at Winthrop* ............................. W 2-1 3/21 ... at Winthrop* ............................. W 3-0 3/22 ... Akron ........................................ W 5-2 3/22 ... Akron ....................................... L 3-11 3/24 ... vs. Georgia Tech%................. W 5-4 (8) 3/24 ... vs. Akron% ................................. L 2-5 3/25 ... vs. Charlotte% .................... W 7-5 (10) 3/25 ... vs. Georgia Southern% .............. W 6-4 3/25 ... vs. North Carolina% ................... W 5-1 3/26 ... vs. Kent State% ........................ L 2-10 3/28 ... at North Carolina A&T.............. W 19-0 3/28 ... at North Carolina A&T.............. W 19-1 3/30 ... Kent State ................................. W 3-2 3/30 ... Kent State ................................. W 4-1 4/1 ..... at Virginia^ ............................... W 3-1 4/1 ..... vs. North Carolina^.................... W 8-1 4/2 ..... vs. North Carolina^.................... W 5-3 4/2 ..... at Virginia^ ................................ L 6-7 4/5 ..... North Carolina A&T.................. W 32-0 4/5 ..... North Carolina A&T.................... W 9-0 4/7 ..... at Liberty*................................. W 5-2 4/7 ..... at Liberty*................................. W 9-1 4/8 ..... UNC Wilmington ........................ W 6-1 4/8 ..... UNC Wilmington ........................ W 8-0 4/11 ... Charlotte ................................... W 6-0 4/11 ... Charlotte ................................... W 8-0 4/13 ... at Radford*............................. W 12-4 4/13 ... at Radford*............................. W 12-4 4/15 ... Charleston Southern* ............... W 6-0 4/15 ... Charleston Southern* ............... W 5-0 4/21 ... vs. Liberty& ............................... W 9-1 4/21 ... vs. Winthrop& ........................... W 8-7 4/22 ... vs. UMBC&................................ W 4-3 4/23 ... vs. UMBC&............................ L 0-1 (8) 4/23 ... vs. UMBC&................................ W 4-2 4/26 ... at Furman.............................. L 2-3 (8) 4/26 ... at Furman................................... L 0-3 4/29 ... vs. South Carolina! .................... W 5-2 4/29 ... vs. George Mason! .................... W 1-0 4/29 ... at Virginia! ................................. L 0-3 5/11 ... at Campbell# ............................. L 5-6 5/11 ... Campbell# ................................ W 3-2 5/12 ... at Campbell# ............................. L 0-3 * Big South Conference game @ UNCW Tournament, Wilmington, N.C. $ Rebel Spring Games, Ocoee, Fla. % Winthrop Invitational, Rock Hill, S.C. ^ Virginia Tournament, Charlottesville, Va. & Big South Tournament, Rock Hill, S.C.

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! Virginia Classic; Charlottesville, Va. # NCAA Play-in Series; Buies Creek, N.C. Big South Reg. Season Champions Big South Tournament Champions NCAA Tournament Play-in Series

1996 Record: 29-32 (12-4 Big South, 1st) Head coach: Melody Cope 2/23 ... vs. Penn State@ .......................... L 2-3 2/23 ... vs. Marshall@ ...................... L 3-6 (10) 2/23 ... vs. St. Francis (Pa.)@.................. W 3-0 2/24 ... vs. Temple@................................ L 1-2 2/24 ... vs. Minnesota@ ........................ L 2-10 2/25 ... Virginia ...................................... L 4-5 2/25 ... Virginia ................................. L 4-6 (9) 2/28 ... North Carolina............................ L 0-9 2/28 ... North Carolina............................ L 4-8 3/1 ..... at Georgia Southern ................... L 3-4 3/1 ..... at Georgia Southern .................. W 6-4 3/3 ..... vs. Boston University$ .............. W 3-2 3/3 ..... vs. Boston College$ ................... L 1-2 3/4 ..... vs. Maine$ ............................... W 3-2 3/4 ..... vs. Temple$ ............................... L 0-2 3/5 ..... vs. Temple$ .............................. W 4-2 3/5 ..... vs. Detroit$ ................................ L 3-7 3/7 ..... vs. Maine$ ................................ L 2-8 3/7 ..... vs. Boston University$ ............... L 1-5 3/8 ..... vs. UNC Wilmington$ ................ W 2-1 3/8 ..... vs. Valparaiso$ ......................... W 4-3 3/9 ..... at Charleston Southern*............ W 7-0 3/9 ..... at Charleston Southern*............ W 7-3 3/12 ... Canisius ..................................... L 0-6 3/12 ... Canisius ................................ L 4-5 (9) 3/16 ... Winthrop* ............................... W 11-3 3/16 ... Winthrop* ............................. L 2-3 (8) 3/22 ... vs. Wright State% ..................... L 5-12 3/22 ... vs. Georgia Southern% ............... L 0-3 3/23 ... vs. George Mason% ................. W 11-5 3/23 ... vs. Drexel%................................ W 5-3 3/23 ... vs. Miami (OH)% ....................... L 4-10 3/26 ... Radford* .................................. W 7-4 3/26 ... Radford* .................................. W 5-4 3/27 ... Charlotte ................................... W 8-3 3/27 ... Charlotte .................................... L 5-6 3/30 ... Coastal Carolina* ...................... L 2-5 3/30 ... Coastal Carolina* ................... W 10-3 3/31 ... East Carolina* ................... W 4-3 (10) 3/31 ... East Carolina* .......................... W 3-2 4/3 ..... at Liberty*................................. W 1-0 4/3 ..... at Liberty*............................. L 6-5 (8) 4/5 ..... at UMBC* ................................ L 2-12 4/5 ..... at UMBC* ................................. W 6-5 4/6 ..... at George Mason ........................ L 2-3 4/6 ..... at George Mason ..................... W 16-0 4/9 ..... at Charlotte ................................ L 4-5 4/9 ..... at Charlotte ................................ L 1-4 4/13 ... at UNC Wilmington* ............. W 6-2 (8) 4/13 ... at UNC Wilmington* ................... L 4-5 4/16 ... Campbell ............................ W 7-6 (8) 4/16 ... Campbell .................................. W 2-1

4/17 ... Furman ...................................... L 0-7 4/17 ... Furman ...................................... L 5-6 4/19 ... vs. UNC Wilmington& ................ W 3-1 4/19 ... vs. UMBC&................................ W 7-4 4/20 ... vs. Coastal Carolina& ................ W 5-1 4/21 ... vs. East Carolina& .................... L 3-19 4/21 ... vs. East Carolina& ..................... W 4-1 5/9 ..... Jacksonville State# ............. L 2-9 (10) 5/9 ..... Jacksonville State# .................... L 0-6 * Big South Conference game @ Triangle Classic, Raleigh, N.C. $ Rebel Spring Games, Ocoee, Fla. % Winthrop Invitational, Rock Hill, S.C. & Big South Tournament, Rock Hill, S.C. # NCAA Play-in Series, Greensboro, N.C. Big South Reg. Season Co-Champions Big South Tournament Champions NCAA Tournament Play-in Series

1997 Record: 40-25 (10-4 Big South, 3rd) Head coach: Melody Cope 2/22 ... vs. Ohio$ .....................................L 0-1 2/22 ... vs. Georgia Tech$ ........................L 1-7 2/22 ... vs. Illinois-Chicago$ ....................L 1-2 2/22 ... vs. Kentucky$ ............................ W 7-4 2/23 ... vs. East Carolina$ .....................L 3-11 2/28 ... at College of Charleston ...........W 16-2 2/28 ... at College of Charleston ............ W 6-0 3/2 ..... vs. Boston College@ ....................L 2-9 3/2 ..... vs. Detroit@ ............................... W 6-1 3/2 ..... vs. Maine@ ................................ W 4-2 3/3 ..... vs. Campbell@ ........................... W 2-1 3/5 ..... vs. Valparaiso@ ......................... W 9-0 3/5 ..... vs. Boston College@ ....................L 0-1 3/6 ..... vs. Maine@ ................................ W 7-2 3/6 ..... vs. St. John’s@ ........................... W 4-3 3/7 ..... vs. Fairfield@ ...............................L 3-7 3/7 ..... vs. Detroit@ ............................... W 3-2 3/11 ... Liberty* .................................... W 2-0 3/11 ... Liberty* .................................... W 3-2 3/17 ... Dayton ................................. W 1-0 (8) 3/17 ... Dayton ...................................... W 3-2 3/20 ... Eastern Kentucky................... W 3-2(9) 3/20 ... Eastern Kentucky....................... W 8-0 3/21 ... vs. Cleveland State% ...................L 0-2 3/21 ... vs. Rhode Island% ..................... W 4-1 3/22 ... vs. George Mason% ..................W 11-2 3/23 ... vs. Chattanooga% .......................L 0-5 3/23 ... vs. Cleveland State% ...................L 1-9 3/24 ... Towson ...................................... W 3-1 3/24 ... Towson ...................................... W 6-5 3/26 ... Georgia Southern ...................... W 6-1 3/26 ... Georgia Southern ...................... W 8-2 3/27 ... UMBC* ..................................... W 1-0 3/27 ... UMBC* ..................................... W 7-3 3/29 ... Charleston Southern* ............... W 5-0 3/29 ... Charleston Southern* ............... W 7-2 4/2 ..... at Radford*.......................... W 5-4 (8) 4/2 ..... at Radford*............................L 4-5 (8)

The 1997 squad was the first in school history to reach the NCAA tournament.

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4/4 ..... at Coastal Carolina* ...................L 0-2 4/4 ..... at Coastal Carolina* ............ W 3-1 (8) 4/5 ..... at East Carolina*.........................L 0-6 4/5 ..... at East Carolina*.........................L 1-2 4/8 ..... at Campbell .............................. W 3-0 4/8 ..... at Campbell ................................L 1-3 4/10 ... at Winthrop* ............................. W 7-1 4/10 ... at Winthrop* ............................. W 7-3 4/15 ... at Furman....................................L 0-3 4/15 ... at Furman....................................L 0-8 4/18 ... at Tennessee! ..............................L 1-9 4/18 ... vs. South Florida! ........................L 0-6 4/18 ... vs. Eastern Kentucky! ................ W 6-2 4/19 ... vs. Jacksonville State! .................L 3-4 4/19 ... vs. Morehead State! ....................L 3-4 4/20 ... vs. Morehead State! ............. W 4-2 (8) 4/20 ... vs. Tennessee!...........................L 1-15 4/24 ... at Virginia Tech .......................... W 5-4 4/26 ... at Virginia.................................. W 1-0 4/26 ... vs. East Carolina^........................L 1-5 4/26 ... vs. Liberty^................................ W 7-0 5/2 ..... vs. UNC Wilmington& ................ W 4-2 5/2 ..... vs. Liberty& ............................... W 9-1 5/3 ..... vs. East Carolina& ..................... W 6-0 5/4 ..... vs. East Carolina& ..................... W 3-0 5/16 ... at South Carolina# ......................L 0-5 5/17 ... vs. South Florida# ..................L 0-2 (9) * Big South Conference game $ Rebel Spring Games, Ocoee, Fla. @ Triangle Classic, Raleigh, N.C. % Winthrop Invitational, Rock Hill, S.C. ! Tennessee Tournament, Knoxville, Tenn. ^ at Virginia, Charlottesville, Va. & Big South Tournament, Rock Hill, S.C. # NCAA Regional, Columbia, S.C. Big South Tournament Champions NCAA Tournament

1998 Record: 32-25 (7-5 SoCon, 2nd) Head coach: Katie Flynn 2/13 ... Campbell .................................. W 7-2 2/15 ... Virginia .......................................L 0-2 2/15 ... Virginia ..................................... W 4-2 2/20 ... vs. Minnesota@ ...........................L 0-5 2/21 ... vs. Ohio@ .................................. W 6-3 2/21 ... vs. Temple@.................................L 1-2 2/21 ... vs. UMBC@ ..................................L 0-2 2/28 ... at Georgia ...................................L 0-5 2/28 ... at Georgia ...................................L 0-7 3/2 ..... vs. Providence$ ........................W 11-4 3/2 ..... vs. Boston College$.....................L 1-3 3/3 ..... vs. Detroit$ ..............................W 11-7 3/3 ..... vs. Maine$ ................................ W 8-0 3/5 ..... vs. Providence$ ....................... W 12-3 3/5 ..... vs. Boston College$.....................L 0-7 3/6 ..... vs. Detroit$ ............................... W 3-1 3/6 ..... vs. Valparaiso$.......................... W 2-1 3/7 ..... vs. St. John’s$ ........................... W 8-1 3/7 ..... vs. LIU Brooklyn$.........................L 4-5 3/10 ... George Mason ........................... W 1-0 3/10 ... George Mason ...................... W 2-1 (8) 3/11 ... at East Carolina ......................... W 3-1 3/11 ... at East Carolina ...........................L 3-4 3/18 ... Eastern Kentucky....................... W 2-0 3/21 ... vs. Saint Joseph’s% .....................L 3-4 3/21 ... vs. Penn State% ..........................L 1-5 3/21 ... vs. Kent State% ...........................L 0-1 3/22 ... vs. College of Charleston% ........ W 4-0 3/24 ... Cleveland State ......................... W 4-2 3/24 ... Cleveland State ......................... W 8-5 3/28 ... at UNC Wilmington .................... W 4-0 3/28 ... at UNC Wilmington ......................L 1-7 4/1 ..... at Liberty ................................... W 3-1 4/1 ..... at Liberty ................................... W 8-5 4/4 ..... Furman* ................................... W 2-0 4/4 ..... Furman* ................................... W 9-7 4/5 ..... Furman* ................................... W 2-0 4/5 ..... Furman* ............................ W 2-1 (10) 4/8 ..... Elon .......................................... W 2-1 4/8 ..... Elon ............................................L 1-2 4/10 ... at Chattanooga* .........................L 0-7 4/10 ... at Chattanooga* .........................L 2-3 4/11 ... at Chattanooga* .........................L 5-6 4/11 ... at Chattanooga* .......................L 0-16

4/14 ... North Carolina........................... W 4-1 4/14 ... North Carolina.............................L 5-6 4/21 ... at Charlotte .................................L 3-5 4/21 ... at Charlotte .................................L 0-2 4/25 ... Georgia Southern* ............. W 2-1 (10) 4/25 ... Georgia Southern* ............... W 6-2 (8) 4/26 ... Georgia Southern* .................... W 7-0 4/26 ... Georgia Southern* ......................L 3-4 4/28 ... Virginia Tech.............................. W 3-2 4/28 ... Virginia Tech.............................. W 2-0 5/2 ..... vs. Georgia Southern&.......... W 5-4 (9) 5/2 ..... at Chattanooga&.........................L 1-7 5/3 ..... vs. Georgia Southern&.................L 3-6 * Southern Conference game @ Triangle Classic, Raleigh, N.C. $ Rebel Spring Games, Ocoee, Fla. % Winthrop Invitational, Rock Hill, S.C. & SoCon Tournament, Chattanooga, Tenn.

1999 Record: 31-33 (7-9 SoCon, 3rd) Head coach: Katie Flynn 2/16 ... at Campbell .............................. W 4-1 2/16 ... at Campbell .............................. W 2-1 2/19 ... vs. Youngstown State@ ..............L 1-11 2/20 ... vs. Radford@ ............................. W 7-3 2/20 ... vs. Illinois-Chicago@....................L 0-9 2/21 ... vs. Ball State@ .......................... W 5-3 2/21 ... vs. Virginia@ ................................L 1-8 2/27 ... vs. Mercer# ............................... W 6-1 2/27 ... vs. North Carolina A&T# ...........W 11-7 2/27 ... vs. Winthrop# ............................ W 3-0 2/28 ... vs. Mount St. Mary’s# ................ W 6-3 2/28 ... vs. Winthrop# ..............................L 4-6 3/1 ..... vs. St. John’s$ .............................L 2-8 3/1 ..... vs. Providence$ ......................... W 6-3 3/2 ..... vs. St. Francis$ ............................L 0-1 3/2 ..... vs. St. Francis$ .......................... W 8-5 3/4 ..... vs. Providence$ ......................... W 3-0 3/4 ..... vs. Maine$ ................................ W 7-4 3/5 ..... vs. St. John’s$ .............................L 1-5 3/5 ..... vs. Villanova$ ............................ W 2-1 3/6 ..... vs. Maine$ ..................................L 0-1 3/6 ..... vs. LIU Brooklyn$....................... W 8-0 3/13 ... Iona .........................................W 11-2 3/13 ... Iona .......................................... W 8-0 3/15 ... at North Carolina .........................L 2-8 3/15 ... at North Carolina ....................L 1-2 (8) 3/17 ... Colgate ..................................... W 1-0 3/17 ... Colgate ..................................... W 4-3 3/19 ... vs. Maine%..................................L 2-5 3/19 ... vs. Radford% ...............................L 3-6 3/20 ... vs. Akron% ..................................L 2-6 3/20 ... vs. Colgate% ...............................L 1-3 3/25 ... Radford..................................... W 2-1 3/25 ... Radford..................................... W 3-2 3/27 ... at Furman* ............................... W 7-2 3/27 ... at Furman* ............................... W 5-0 3/28 ... at Furman* .................................L 2-5 3/28 ... at Furman* .......................... W 5-4 (8) 3/30 ... Liberty.........................................L 0-5 3/30 ... Liberty.........................................L 0-1 4/2 ..... Chattanooga* ...........................L 1-15 4/2 ..... Chattanooga* .............................L 1-4 4/3 ..... Chattanooga* ........................L 0-4 (8) 4/3 ..... Chattanooga* .............................L 1-5 4/6 ..... at Elon ...................................... W 3-2 4/6 ..... at Elon ...................................L 3-4 (8) 4/8 ..... Charlotte ................................... W 5-3 4/8 ..... Charlotte .....................................L 1-4 4/10 ... College of Charleston* .............. W 5-2 4/10 ... College of Charleston* .............. W 8-0 4/11 ... College of Charleston* .............. W 3-2 4/11 ... College of Charleston* .............. W 1-0 4/15 ... East Carolina...............................L 0-8 4/15 ... East Carolina...............................L 1-2 4/18 ... UNC Wilmington ........................ W 7-2 4/18 ... UNC Wilmington ..........................L 0-7 4/21 ... at Virginia Tech ............................L 0-1 4/21 ... at Virginia Tech ............................L 0-3 4/24 ... at Georgia Southern* ..................L 1-4 4/24 ... at Georgia Southern* ................L 1-15 4/25 ... at Georgia Southern* ..................L 1-3 4/25 ... at Georgia Southern* ..................L 0-3 5/1 ..... vs. College of Charleston&...........L 2-6 5/2 ..... vs. Furman& ...........................L 2-4 (8)

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* Southern Conference game @ Triangle Classic, Raleigh, N.C. # Charleston Cougar Classic, Charleston, S.C. $ Rebel Spring Games, Ocoee, Fla. % Winthrop Invitational, Rock Hill, S.C. & SoCon Tournament, Charleston, S.C.

2000 Record: 37-29 (9-11 SoCon, 3rd) Head coach: Katie Flynn 2/18 ... vs. Youngstown State@ .............. W 9-1 2/19 ... vs. Virginia Tech@ ........................L 0-4 2/19 ... vs. Ball State@ ............... W 12-11 (12) 2/19 ... vs. North Carolina@ .....................L 0-2 2/20 ... vs. Minnesota@ ...........................L 1-5 2/22 ... Campbell .................................. W 3-0 2/22 ... Campbell .................................. W 3-0 2/25 ... vs. George Mason#.................... W 5-1 2/25 ... vs. Manhattan# ......................... W 2-0 2/25 ... vs. Delaware#............................ W 1-0 2/26 ... vs. La Salle# .............................. W 5-3 2/27 ... vs. Towson# ............................... W 4-3 2/27 ... vs. Canisius# ............................. W 1-0 2/27 ... at East Carolina#..................L 4-5 (11) 2/29 ... North Carolina...........................L 0-10 2/29 ... North Carolina.............................L 0-2 3/3 ..... vs. UMBC$ ................................ W 3-0 3/3 ..... vs. Campbell$ .............................L 2-5 3/3 ..... vs. George Mason$......................L 2-4 3/4 ..... vs. Lehigh$ ................................ W 6-5 3/5 ..... vs. East Carolina$ ..................L 1-2 (8) 3/9 ..... Delaware State........................ W 13-0 3/11 ... at Charlotte ............................... W 5-1 3/17 ... vs. South Carolina State% ....... W 10-0 3/17 ... vs. Akron% ..................................L 0-5 3/18 ... vs. Elon% .................................. W 7-3 3/18 ... vs. Radford% ........................ W 4-3 (8) 3/18 ... vs. Ohio State% ...........................L 0-9 3/22 ... Winthrop ................................L 4-6 (8) 3/22 ... Winthrop .............................. W 3-2 (8) 3/28 ... at Liberty .....................................L 1-5 3/28 ... at Liberty .....................................L 2-4 4/1 ..... at Chattanooga* .........................L 0-5 4/1 ..... at Chattanooga* .........................L 2-6 4/2 ..... at Chattanooga* .........................L 1-4 4/2 ..... at Chattanooga* .......................L 3-10 4/8 ..... at College of Charleston* .......... W 2-0 4/8 ..... at College of Charleston* ............L 1-4 4/9 ..... at College of Charleston* .......... W 3-1 4/9 ..... at College of Charleston* ............L 0-7 4/11 ... at Radford ................................. W 4-2 4/11 ... at Radford ................................. W 6-0 4/15 ... UNC Wilmington* .....................W 11-0 4/15 ... UNC Wilmington* ........................L 0-3 4/16 ... UNC Wilmington* ...................L 1-2 (8) 4/16 ... UNC Wilmington* ...................... W 3-0 4/18 ... at East Carolina ......................... W 5-0 4/18 ... at East Carolina .........................L 0-11 4/21 ... Georgia Southern* .................... W 2-0 4/21 ... Georgia Southern* ......................L 1-9 4/22 ... Georgia Southern* .................... W 5-4 4/22 ... Georgia Southern* ......................L 1-3 4/27 ... Charleston Southern...............L 2-3 (9) 4/27 ... Charleston Southern.................. W 1-0 4/29 ... Furman* .....................................L 0-1 4/29 ... Furman* ................................... W 4-3 4/30 ... Furman* ............................ W 1-0 (10) 4/30 ... Furman* ................................... W 3-0 5/3 ..... Elon .......................................... W 8-0 5/3 ..... Elon .......................................... W 7-1 5/5 ..... College of Charleston&.............. W 3-0 5/5 ..... Furman& .....................................L 0-3 5/6 ..... UNC Wilmington& ..................... W 7-3 5/6 ..... Georgia Southern&......................L 0-2 * Southern Conference game @ Triangle Classic, Raleigh, N.C. # East Carolina Lady Pirate Classic, Greenville, N.C. $ Millennium Dixie Classic, Virginia Beach, Va. % Winthrop Invitational, Rock Hill, S.C. & SoCon Tournament, Greensboro, N.C.

Leigh Irwin (1998-01) was a two-time AllSouthern Conference selection and the SoCon Player of the year in 2001.

2001 Record: 31-27 (11-9 SoCon, 4th) Head coach: Karen Lee Matteson 2/16 ... vs. Miami (OH)@ ..........................L 2-3 2/16 ... vs. Radford@ ............................. W 9-4 2/17 ... vs. Purdue@.................................L 0-3 2/17 ... vs. Long Island@ ..........................L 3-4 2/18 ... vs. UNC Wilmington@ ................ W 8-0 2/18 ... vs. Temple@.......................... W 2-1 (8) 2/23 ... vs. Temple# ............................... W 2-1 2/23 ... vs. Fairfield# ..........................L 1-2 (9) 2/24 ... vs. Fairfield# ............................. W 3-1 2/25 ... vs. Towson# ............................... W 6-0 2/27 ... Radford..................................... W 2-0 2/27 ... Radford..................................... W 7-2 3/2 ..... vs. St. John’s$ ........................... W 3-0 3/2 ..... vs. UMBC$ ................................ W 5-3 3/2 ..... vs. Akron$ ............................ W 5-2 (8) 3/3 ..... vs. St. John’s$ ........................... W 2-1 3/3 ..... vs. East Carolina$ .......................L 0-5 3/7 ..... at Coastal Carolina.................L 1-4 (8) 3/7 ..... at Coastal Carolina.................L 2-3 (8) 3/13 ... Appalachian State* .................. W 5-2 3/13 ... Appalachian State* ....................L 0-2 3/14 ... Appalachian State* ............. W 4-3 (9) 3/17 ... vs. Towson% .............................. W 7-4 3/17 ... vs. Robert Morris% ......................L 0-2 3/17 ... vs. Virginia%................................L 0-2 3/18 ... vs. Middle Tennessee State%.......L 0-1 3/24 ... at Georgia Southern* ..................L 1-2 3/24 ... at Georgia Southern* ..................L 0-2 3/25 ... at Georgia Southern* ................ W 5-3 3/28 ... East Carolina...............................L 3-4 3/28 ... East Carolina............................. W 5-2 3/31 ... College of Charleston* .............. W 3-2 3/31 ... College of Charleston* .............. W 1-0 4/4 ..... at Elon ...................................... W 2-0 4/4 ..... at Elon ...................................... W 9-5 4/7 ..... at UNC Wilmington* ....................L 5-9 4/7 ..... at UNC Wilmington* .................. W 4-2 4/8 ..... at UNC Wilmington* ....................L 3-9 4/11 ... Charlotte .....................................L 4-5 4/11 ... Charlotte ................................... W 4-3 4/13 ... at ETSU* ................................... W 6-4 4/13 ... at ETSU* ................................... W 8-0 4/14 ... at ETSU* ................................... W 4-2 4/16 ... at Campbell ................................L 1-4 4/16 ... at Campbell ................................L 5-6 4/19 ... Liberty....................................... W 5-3 4/19 ... Liberty....................................... W 2-1 4/21 ... Chattanooga* ........................... W 3-2

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4/21 ... Chattanooga* .............................L 0-8 4/22 ... Chattanooga* .............................L 1-7 4/24 ... at North Carolina .........................L 0-8 4/24 ... at North Carolina .........................L 4-6 4/28 ... at Furman* .......................... W 5-1 (8) 4/28 ... at Furman* .................................L 1-2 4/29 ... at Furman* .................................L 0-1 5/3 ..... vs. ETSU& ................................. W 1-0 5/4 ..... vs. Chattanooga& .......................L 0-2 5/5 ..... vs. College of Charleston&...........L 2-5 * Southern Conference game @ Triangle Classic, Raleigh, N.C. # East Carolina Lady Pirate Classic, Greenville, N.C. $ Millennium Dixie Classic, Virginia Beach, Va. % Winthrop Invitational, Rock Hill, S.C. & SoCon Tournament, Chattanooga, Tenn.

2002 Record: 35-30-1 (8-12 SoCon, 6th) Head coach: Karen Lee Matteson 2/12 ... Elon .......................................... W 8-5 2/12 ... Elon ............................................T 0-0 2/15 ... vs. Ohio@ ....................................L 4-8 2/16 ... vs. Virginia@ ................................L 3-4 2/16 ... vs. Radford@ ............................. W 4-3 2/16 ... vs. Charlotte@ ........................... W 5-2 2/17 ... vs. Boston University@ ............... W 5-2 2/17 ... vs. Ohio@ .................................. W 5-0 2/20 ... at Radford ................................. W 4-0 2/20 ... at Radford ................................W 11-1 2/23 ... vs. Elon# ................................... W 9-0 2/23 ... vs. Michigan State#................... W 1-0 2/24 ... vs. Michigan State#................... W 2-1 2/24 ... vs. Elon# ................................... W 7-1 3/1 ..... vs. St. John’s$ .............................L 2-3 3/1 ..... vs. Binghamton$ .................. W 5-1 (8) 3/1 ..... vs. Delaware$............................ W 7-6 3/6 ..... at #24 South Carolina .................L 0-6 3/6 ..... at #24 South Carolina .................L 1-9 3/8 ..... at #1 UCLA% ...............................L 0-8 3/8 ..... vs. Long Beach State% ................L 1-7 3/8 ..... vs. Syracuse% ........................... W 4-3 3/9 ..... vs. Buffalo% .............................. W 6-0 3/9 ..... vs. Santa Clara% ....................... W 2-0 3/9 ..... vs. San Jose State%.....................L 0-2 3/11 ... at St. Mary’s .............................. W 5-1 3/11 ... at St. Mary’s ......................... W 4-1 (8) 3/13 ... at Santa Clara .............................L 0-1 3/13 ... at Santa Clara .............................L 0-1

3/16 ... ETSU* .......................................L 2-13 3/16 ... ETSU* .........................................L 3-4 3/17 ... ETSU* ....................................... W 7-5 3/22 ... vs. #20 Florida State^ .................L 1-3 3/22 ... vs. Central Florida^ .....................L 2-4 3/23 ... vs. Princeton^ ........................... W 5-0 3/23 ... vs. Campbell^ ........................... W 4-3 3/27 ... at Appalachian State*............... W 9-1 3/27 ... at Appalachian State*.................L 0-6 3/29 ... Georgia Southern* ......................L 1-2 3/29 ... Georgia Southern* ......................L 3-9 3/30 ... Georgia Southern* .................... W 3-2 4/3 ..... at Charlotte .................................L 0-6 4/3 ..... at Charlotte ............................... W 6-2 4/6 ..... at College of Charleston ....... W 2-1 (8) 4/6 ..... at College of Charleston ............ W 5-2 4/7 ..... at College of Charleston ..............L 2-4 4/11 ... Campbell .................................. W 3-1 4/11 ... Campbell ...............................L 0-1 (8) 4/13 ... UNC Wilmington* ........................L 0-1 4/13 ... UNC Wilmington* ...................... W 4-2 4/14 ... UNC Wilmington* ...................... W 3-0 4/17 ... at Liberty ................................... W 2-1 4/17 ... at Liberty ................................... W 6-1 4/20 ... at Chattanooga* ....................... W 3-0 4/20 ... at Chattanooga* .........................L 4-7 4/21 ... at Chattanooga* .......................L 4-10 4/24 ... at East Carolina ...........................L 0-2 4/24 ... at East Carolina .................... W 5-4 (8) 4/27 ... Furman* .....................................L 3-4 4/27 ... Furman* .....................................L 0-2 4/28 ... Furman* ................................L 2-7 (8) 4/30 ... North Carolina........................... W 1-0 4/30 ... North Carolina.............................L 0-2 5/2 ..... vs. Furman& ................................L 1-4 5/5 ..... vs. UNC Wilmington& ................ W 5-0 5/5 ..... vs. ETSU& ...................................L 3-4 * Southern Conference game @ Triangle Classic, Raleigh, N.C. # Elon Invitational, Elon, N.C. $ Millennium Dixie Classic, Virginia Beach, Va. % National Invitational Tournament, Pleasanton, Calif. ^ Buzz Classic Tournament, Atlanta, Ga. & SoCon Tournament, Chattanooga, Tenn.

2003 Record: 38-18 (14-6 SoCon, 2nd) Head coach: Stephanie DeFeo 2/8 ..... vs. Boston College^ ................... W 1-0 2/8 ..... at No. 20 South Carolina^ ...........L 1-3 2/9 ..... vs. No. 19 Georgia Tech^ ........... W 1-0 2/9 ..... at No. 20 South Carolina^ ...........L 0-3 2/11 ... at Campbell ............................ W 10-4 2/11 ... at Campbell .............................. W 8-4 2/14 ... vs. Fordham@ ............................ W 5-4 2/14 ... vs. Wisconsin@ ..........................L 0-10 2/21 ... Toledo ....................................... W 7-0 2/21 ... Toledo ....................................... W 3-2 2/23 ... Kent State$ ............................... W 4-3 2/23 ... Toledo$ ..................................... W 2-0 3/8 ..... vs. Centenary# .......................... W 7-0 3/8 ..... vs. Canisius# ............................. W 7-0 3/9 ..... vs. Belmont# ............................. W 9-2 3/9 ..... vs. Monmouth# ......................... W 6-0 3/9 ..... vs. Central Florida# ................... W 4-1 3/14 ... vs. Akron% ................................ W 6-1 3/14 ... vs. SE Missouri State% .............. W 8-2 3/18 ... Marshall ................................L 0-3 (8) 3/18 ... Marshall ................................... W 6-3 3/19 ... East Carolina............................. W 8-6 3/19 ... East Carolina............................. W 5-4 3/22 ... Chattanooga* ........................... W 2-0 3/22 ... Chattanooga* ........................... W 3-2 3/23 ... Chattanooga* ........................... W 5-2 3/25 ... at Virginia....................................L 0-9 3/25 ... at Virginia....................................L 5-8 3/29 ... at ETSU* .....................................L 3-5 3/29 ... at ETSU* ................................. W 12-4 4/1 ..... Hawaii.......................................L 0-10 4/1 ..... Hawaii....................................... W 5-4 4/3 ..... Charlotte ................................... W 5-4 4/3 ..... Charlotte ................................... W 6-4 4/5 ..... Appalachian State* .................. W 9-0 4/5 ..... Appalachian State* .................W 11-0 4/6 ..... Appalachian State* .................W 11-1

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4/12 ... at Georgia Southern* ..................L 0-1 4/12 ... at Georgia Southern* ..................L 1-2 4/13 ... at Georgia Southern* ................ W 8-0 4/18 ... College of Charleston* .............. W 5-3 4/19 ... College of Charleston* .............. W 8-1 4/19 ... College of Charleston* ................L 4-9 4/23 ... at North Carolina .........................L 1-3 4/23 ... at North Carolina .........................L 0-4 4/26 ... at UNC Wilmington* ....................L 2-3 4/27 ... at UNC Wilmington* .................. W 4-1 4/27 ... at UNC Wilmington* .................. W 7-0 5/1 ..... at Elon* .................................... W 5-0 5/1 ..... at Elon* .................................L 6-7 (8) 5/3 ..... at Furman* .................................L 2-4 5/3 ..... at Furman* ............................... W 9-1 5/4 ..... at Furman* ............................... W 7-2 5/8 ..... vs. UNC Wilmington& ................ W 5-0 5/9 ..... vs. Chattanooga& ..................L 1-3 (9) 5/9 ..... vs. Georgia Southern&.................L 0-2

Jennifer Bonilla (2004-07) was a three-time AllSouthern Conference selection, taking first-team honors in 2005 and second-team laurels in 2004 and 2006.

* Southern Conference game ^ Gamecock Invitational, Columbia, S.C. @ Triangle Classic, Raleigh, N.C. # Charleston Southern Tournament, Charleston, S.C. $ UNCG Spartan Classic, Greensboro, N.C. % Winthrop Invitational, Rock Hill, S.C. & SoCon Tournament, Chattanooga, Tenn.

2004 Record: 30-30 (8-12 SoCon, 5th) Head coach: Stephanie DeFeo 2/13 .. vs. Mercer@ ............................... W 5-2 2/13 ... vs. Kent State@ ......................... W 5-3 2/14 ... vs. George Mason@ ................... W 7-5 2/20 ... vs. Winthrop^ ............................ W 5-3 2/20 ... vs. Delaware State^................... W 6-1 2/21 ... vs. Wright State^ .........................L 0-4 2/21 ... vs. UMBC^ ................................ W 8-7 2/22 ... at UNC Wilmington^ .................. W 4-3 2/22 ... vs. St. John’s^ ........................... W 4-3 2/28 ... vs. Boston College#................... W 2-0 2/28 ... vs. IPFW# .................................. W 8-3 2/29 ... vs. Eastern Illinois# .....................L 3-7 2/29 ... vs. Furman# .............................. W 6-2 2/29 ... vs. Charleston Southern# .......... W 3-2 3/3 ..... at Charlotte .................................L 1-3 3/3 ..... at Charlotte .................................L 3-4 3/9 ..... at UNC Wilmington ............... W 7-3 (9) 3/9 ..... at UNC Wilmington ......................L 3-9 3/10 ... at Coastal Carolina.................L 3-5 (8) 3/10 ... at Coastal Carolina.................... W 3-2 3/12 ... vs. Mount St. Mary’s$ ................ W 3-2 3/13 ... vs. James Madison$ .................. W 1-0 3/13 ... at Charlotte$ ...............................L 2-5 3/14 ... vs. Georgia Southern$ .................L 0-1 3/19 ... vs. Connecticut% .........................L 2-8 3/20 ... vs. Miami (OH)% ........................ W 5-1 3/20 ... vs. UNC Wilmington% ................ W 6-3 3/21 ... vs. Coastal Carolina%..................L 4-6 3/24 ... Radford.......................................L 5-6 3/24 ... Radford................................ W 9-0 (5) 3/27 ... Furman* ................................... W 4-3 3/27 ... Furman* .....................................L 5-9 3/28 ... Furman* ..............................L 1-2 (12) 4/3 ..... at Chattanooga* .........................L 0-7 4/3 ..... at Chattanooga* ....................L 0-8 (5) 4/4 ..... at Chattanooga* .........................L 5-6 4/7 ..... NC State .....................................L 2-7 4/7 ..... NC State .....................................L 4-7 4/9 ..... ETSU* ....................................... W 5-3 4/9 ..... ETSU* ....................................... W 8-1 4/10 ... ETSU* ....................................... W 2-1 4/15 ... North Carolina.............................L 1-6 4/15 ... North Carolina.............................L 3-4 4/17 ... at Appalachian State*............... W 5-0 4/17 ... at Appalachian State*.................L 1-5 4/18 ... at Appalachian State*.................L 1-5 4/20 ... North Carolina A&T............... W 8-0 (5) 4/20 ... North Carolina A&T............. W 12-4 (5) 4/22 ... Longwood ................................. W 7-1 4/22 ... Longwood ...................................L 1-2 4/24 ... Georgia Southern* ............... W 6-5 (8) 4/24 ... Georgia Southern* .................L 2-3 (9) 4/25 ... Georgia Southern* .................... W 2-1 5/2 ..... at College of Charleston* ............L 3-6 5/2 ..... at College of Charleston* ............L 1-5

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5/8 ..... Elon* ........................................ W 7-5 5/8 ..... Elon* ..........................................L 4-5 5/9 ..... Elon* ..........................................L 0-6 5/13 ... at Elon& ......................................L 3-9 5/14 ... Appalachian State& .............L 3-13 (6) * Southern Conference game @ Triangle Classic, Raleigh, N.C. ^ UNCW Seahawk Classic, Wilmington, N.C. # Charleston Southern Tournament, Summerville, S.C. $ Charlotte Tournament, Charlotte, N.C. % Georgia Tech Buzz Classic, Atlanta, Ga. & SoCon Tournament, Chattanooga, Tenn.

2005 Record: 20-40 (7-14 SoCon, 5th) Head coach: Stephanie DeFeo/Neil Avent 2/5 ..... vs. Stephen F. Austin^ ...............L 5-10 2/5 ..... vs. Coastal Carolina^ .............L 2-3 (8) 2/6 ..... at South Carolina^ .................L 0-8 (6) 2/6 ..... vs. Stephen F. Austin^ ..............W 14-6 2/11 ... at NC State@ ...............................L 0-9 2/11 ... vs. George Washington@..............L 0-2 2/12 ... vs. Toledo@ .................................L 0-1 2/12 ... vs. Campbell@ .............................L 4-5 2/13 ... vs. Elon@ .....................................L 5-8 2/13 ... vs. George Washington@............ W 5-4 2/23 ... at Campbell ................................L 0-1 2/23 ... at Campbell ................................L 0-4 2/25 ... vs. Hampton# ............................ W 8-2 2/25 ... vs. Liberty# .................................L 1-4 2/26 ... vs. NC State# ............................ W 2-0 2/26 ... vs. Longwood# .......................L 0-8 (6) 2/27 ... vs. Fairfield# ............................. W 9-7 2/27 ... vs. Delaware State#.....................L 1-8 3/4 ..... vs. Maryland%.............................L 3-5 3/4 ..... at No. 13 Georgia% .....................L 1-7 3/5 ..... vs. Radford% ..........................L 0-8 (5) 3/5 ..... vs. Oakland% ............................ W 6-2 3/6 ..... vs. Oakland% ............................ W 3-2 3/20 ... at Radford ...................................L 1-4 3/20 ... at Radford ...................................L 2-5 3/22 ... vs. Ohio! ................................... W 2-0 3/22 ... vs. UMES! .......................... W 10-0 (5) 3/26 ... College of Charleston* ..............L 7-10 3/26 ... College of Charleston* ................L 1-5 3/27 ... College of Charleston* .........L 3-11 (6) 3/30 ... Liberty....................................... W 4-2

3/30 ... Liberty....................................... W 5-4 4/2 ..... at Elon* ......................................L 2-9 4/2 ..... at Elon* ......................................L 1-3 4/3 ..... at Elon* .................................... W 7-3 4/9 ..... at Furman* ............................... W 4-0 4/9 ..... at Furman* ............................... W 4-1 4/10 ... at Furman* .................................L 1-8 4/14 ... at North Carolina ....................L 0-8 (6) 4/14 ... at North Carolina .........................L 0-6 4/16 ... Chattanooga* .............................L 1-6 4/16 ... Chattanooga* .............................L 1-2 4/17 ... Chattanooga* .............................L 0-5 4/20 ... Charlotte .....................................L 2-7 4/20 ... Charlotte .....................................L 5-8 4/22 ... at North Carolina A&T........... W 8-0 (5) 4/22 ... at North Carolina A&T......... W 16-1 (5) 4/23 ... Appalachian State* ....................L 4-9 4/23 ... Appalachian State* ................ W 12-5 4/24 ... Appalachian State* ....................L 4-6 4/26 ... at Virginia Tech ............................L 1-7 4/26 ... at Virginia Tech ............................L 4-7 4/30 ... at East Tennessee State*........... W 5-4 4/30 ... at East Tennessee State*...... W 8-5 (8) 5/1 ..... at East Tennessee State*........... W 4-2 5/7 ..... at Georgia Southern* ..................L 0-3 5/7 ..... at Georgia Southern* ..................L 1-4 5/8 ..... at Georgia Southern* ..................L 3-5 5/12 ... vs. Chattanooga& ..................L 0-8 (5) 5/13 ... vs. Georgia Southern&.................L 0-7 * Southern Conference game ^ Gamecock Invitational, Columbia, S.C. @ Triangle Classic, Raleigh, N.C. # UNCW Seahawk Classic, Wilmington, N.C. % Red and Black Challenge, Athens, Ga. ! Lancer Invitational, Farmville, Va. & SoCon Tournament, Charleston, S.C.

2006 Record: 20-42 (4-17 SoCon, 8th) Head coach: Jennifer Herzig 2/15 ... at NC State..................................L 0-4 2/15 ... at NC State..................................L 3-5 2/18 ... vs. Radford^................................L 3-4 2/19 ... vs. Virginia Tech^.........................L 0-3 2/19 ... vs. Virginia Tech^.........................L 1-9 2/22 ... Radford.......................................L 0-1 2/22 ... Radford.......................................L 2-5 2/24 ... at Kennesaw State@ .................. W 4-3

2/24 ... vs. Toledo@ ............................... W 9-8 3/3 ..... vs. UNC Wilmington# ................. W 4-2 3/3 ..... vs. Oakland# ............................. W 6-5 3/4 ..... vs. Kennesaw State# ...................L 0-8 3/4 ..... vs. St. Bonaventure# ...................L 1-7 3/4 ..... vs. Charleston Southern# .......... W 6-1 3/5 ..... vs. Iowa State#............................L 2-4 3/10 ... vs. Ohio$ .....................................L 5-6 3/10 ... vs. Pittsburgh$ ............................L 2-8 3/11 ... vs. East Tennessee State$ ...........L 4-8 3/11 ... vs. South Carolina State$ ... W 10-2 (5) 3/12 ... vs. Gardner-Webb$.................... W 2-0 3/14 ... Campbell .................................. W 6-1 3/14 ... Campbell .............................L 1-13 (5) 3/15 ... North Carolina A&T.................... W 4-0 3/15 ... North Carolina A&T............. W 12-3 (6) 3/25 ... Elon* ..........................................L 1-7 3/25 ... Elon* ..........................................L 0-7 3/26 ... Elon* ..........................................L 3-7 3/29 ... UNC Wilmington ........................ W 2-0 3/29 ... UNC Wilmington ........................ W 8-7 3/30 ... Longwood ................................. W 3-0 3/30 ... Longwood ...................................L 2-3 4/1 ..... Furman* ................................... W 3-2 4/1 ..... Furman* .....................................L 2-6 4/2 ..... Furman* ................................... W 4-3 4/5 ..... at Charlotte .................................L 0-5 4/5 ..... at Charlotte .................................L 2-4 4/8 ..... at Chattanooga* .................. W 2-0 (8) 4/8 ..... at Chattanooga* ..................L 6-7 (10) 4/9 ..... at Chattanooga* .........................L 0-5 4/11 ... No. 22 North Carolina .................L 0-6 4/11 ... No. 22 North Carolina ..........L 0-11 (5) 4/14 ... at Appalachian State*.................L 1-4 4/14 ... at Appalachian State*.................L 5-6 4/15 ... at Appalachian State*...............L 4-10 4/18 ... at Liberty .....................................L 0-4 4/18 ... at Liberty ................................... W 6-4 4/20 ... Winthrop .....................................L 0-2 4/20 ... Winthrop ................................... W 2-0 4/22 ... Western Carolina*.......................L 1-9 4/23 ... Western Carolina*.......................L 4-5 4/23 ... Western Carolina*.......................L 0-4 4/25 ... No. 25 Virginia Tech.....................L 0-2 4/25 ... No. 25 Virginia Tech.....................L 0-2 4/29 ... Georgia Southern* ......................L 0-2 4/29 ... Georgia Southern* ......................L 0-4 4/30 ... Georgia Southern* .................... W 4-3 5/6 ..... at College of Charleston* ............L 3-4 5/6 ..... at College of Charleston* ............L 3-5 5/7 ..... at College of Charleston* ............L 0-3 5/11 ... at Western Carolina& ................ W 5-3 5/11 ... Chattanooga& ............................L 0-2 5/12 ... vs. Georgia Southern&.................L 0-2 * Southern Conference game ^ Green and White Tournament, Charlotte, N.C. @ Kennesaw State Classic, Kennesaw, Ga. # Charleston Southern Tournament, Summerville, S.C. $ Winthrop Invitational, Rock Hill, S.C. & SoCon Tournament, Chattanooga, Tenn.

2007 Record: 29-37 (7-14 SoCon, 8th) Head coach: Jennifer Herzig 2/9 ..... vs. Southern Illinois# ............ W 9-0 (5) 2/9 ..... vs. Minnesota#............................L 0-1 2/10 ... vs. Minnesota#............................L 4-8 2/10 ... vs. Southern Illinois# ...................L 2-6 2/11 ... at Jacksonville#...........................L 0-3 2/16 ... Morehead State@ .................... W 12-6 2/17 ... Kent State@ ...........................L 0-8 (6) 2/17 ... Campbell@ ................................ W 5-4 2/18 ... Ohio@ .................................. W 3-2 (8) 2/20 ... at Campbell .........................L 1-11 (5) 2/20 ... at Campbell .............................W 11-4 2/23 ... at Charlotte% .........................L 1-3 (8) 2/23 ... vs. Drexel%................................ W 6-2 2/24 ... vs. Western Carolina% ............... W 8-2 2/24 ... vs. Marshall%.......................L 5-13 (6) 2/28 ... St. Francis (Pa.) ......................... W 4-1 2/28 ... St. Francis (Pa.) .................... W 4-3 (9) 3/3 ..... vs. Bucknell$............................. W 5-0 3/3 ..... vs. St. Francis (Pa.)$ .................. W 2-0 3/4 ..... vs. Norfolk State$................. W 8-0 (6) 3/4 ..... at Elon$ ......................................L 5-6

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3/6 ..... at Longwood................................L 2-3 3/6 ..... at Longwood................................L 3-7 3/7 ..... Radford..................................... W 2-1 3/7 ..... Radford.......................................L 1-3 3/9 ..... vs. Charleston Southern^ .......... W 4-0 3/9 ..... vs. Providence^ ......................... W 2-0 3/10 ... vs. Towson^ .......................... W 4-3 (8) 3/10 ... vs. Gardner-Webb^......................L 0-2 3/11 ... vs. Elon^ ................................... W 5-3 3/11 ... vs. Winthrop^ ..............................L 0-5 3/15 ... Charlotte .....................................L 2-5 3/15 ... Charlotte .....................................L 4-6 3/22 ... at East Carolina ...........................L 1-2 3/22 ... at East Carolina ...........................L 0-3 3/24 ... at Furman* .................................L 0-2 3/24 ... at Furman* .................................L 1-3 3/25 ... at Furman* ............................... W 9-3 3/27 ... at North Carolina A&T................ W 4-0 3/27 ... at North Carolina A&T......... W 15-0 (5) 3/31 ... Chattanooga* .............................L 0-7 3/31 ... Chattanooga* .............................L 0-3 4/1 ..... Chattanooga* .............................L 0-4 4/6 ..... Appalachian State* ....................L 3-4 4/6 ..... Appalachian State* .................. W 1-0 4/7 ..... Appalachian State* ....................L 1-4 4/12 ... NC State .....................................L 1-7 4/12 ... NC State ...................................L 1-11 4/14 ... at Western Carolina* ................. W 9-6 4/14 ... at Western Carolina* ...................L 3-4 4/15 ... at Western Carolina* ...................L 0-6 4/18 ... Liberty....................................L 2-4 (8) 4/18 ... Liberty..................................... W 10-7 4/21 ... at Georgia Southern* ................ W 1-0 4/21 ... at Georgia Southern* ................ W 2-0 4/22 ... at Georgia Southern* ..................L 0-1 4/28 ... College of Charleston* ..............L 3-10 4/28 ... College of Charleston* ................L 5-7 4/29 ... College of Charleston* .............. W 7-4 5/5 ..... at Elon* .................................... W 7-1 5/5 ..... at Elon* .................................L 0-8 (5) 5/6 ..... at Elon* ......................................L 0-2 5/9 ..... Chattanooga& ..................... W 2-1 (8) 5/9 ..... Western Carolina& ......................L 1-0 5/11 ... College of Charleston&....... W 10-0 (5) 5/11 ... Georgia Southern&......................L 2-3 * Southern Conference game # Jacksonville Univ. Tournament, Jacksonville, Fla. @ UNCG Spartan Classic, Greensboro, N.C. % First Pitch Classic, Charlotte, N.C. $ Elon Phoenix Classic, Elon, N.C. ^ adidas/Winthrop Invitational, Rock Hill, S.C. & SoCon Tournament, Greensboro, N.C.

2008 Record: 23-33 (7-11 SoCon, 5th) Head coach: Jennifer Herzig 2/8 ..... vs. Southern Illinois# ...................L 0-5

2/8 ..... at Jacksonville#......................... W 2-0 2/9 ..... vs. Minnesota#............................L 1-8 2/9 ..... vs. Coastal Carolina# ..................L 1-2 2/10 ... vs. Coastal Carolina# ................ W 6-4 2/15 ... James Madison@ .........................L 1-3 2/15 ... Niagara@ .................................. W 3-2 2/16 ... Central Michigan@ ......................L 1-3 2/17 ... UMBC@ ..................................... W 3-0 2/23 ... vs. Mt. St. Mary’s% .................... W 1-0 2/23 ... vs. Delaware State% .................W 11-9 2/24 ... vs. Lehigh% .................................L 2-3 2/24 ... at UNC Wilmington% ................. W 1-0 2/27 ... at NC State..................................L 1-3 2/29 ... vs. Fordham$ ............................ W 6-0 2/29 ... vs. Delaware$.........................L 0-1 (8) 3/1 ..... vs. Radford$................................L 0-4 3/1 ..... vs. Towson$ .................................L 3-8 3/2 ..... vs. Delaware$............................ W 1-0 3/2 ..... vs. Radford$................................L 1-2 3/5 ..... No. 23 North Carolina .................L 0-4 3/5 ..... No. 23 North Carolina .................L 1-3 3/12 ... at No. 24 Virginia Tech ............L 0-8 (5) 3/12 ... at No. 24 Virginia Tech .................L 1-2 3/21 ... at Chattanooga* .........................L 1-4 3/21 ... at Chattanooga* .........................L 2-4 3/22 ... at Chattanooga* .........................L 2-9 3/25 ... at Liberty .....................................L 0-1 3/25 ... at Liberty ................................... W 4-3 3/26 ... North Carolina A&T.................... W 2-0 3/26 ... North Carolina A&T.................... W 9-3 4/1 ..... at Radford ...................................L 0-4 4/1 ..... at Radford .......................... W 10-9 (8) 4/5 ..... Western Carolina*.....................L 5-10 4/5 ..... Western Carolina*.......................L 6-7 4/6 ..... Western Carolina*..................... W 7-5 4/12 ... Georgia Southern* ......................L 0-1 4/12 ... Georgia Southern* ......................L 1-4 4/13 ... Georgia Southern* ......................L 2-3 4/16 ... East Carolina...............................L 1-7 4/16 ... East Carolina...............................L 1-2 4/19 ... at College of Charleston* ..... W 4-1 (9) 4/19 ... at College of Charleston* ............L 0-4 4/20 ... at College of Charleston* ............L 1-2 4/24 ... at Charlotte ............................... W 2-0 4/24 ... at Charlotte .................................L 0-1 4/26 ... Elon* ................................... W 5-4 (8) 4/26 ... Elon* ........................................ W 2-0 4/27 ... Elon* ..........................................L 2-4 5/3 ..... Furman* .............................. W 2-1 (8) 5/3 ..... Furman* ................................... W 8-3 5/4 ..... Furman* ................................... W 2-0 5/7 ..... vs. Elon& ................................... W 1-0 5/8 ..... vs. Chattanooga& ..................... W 3-1 5/9 ..... vs. Georgia Southern&.................L 2-4 5/10 ... vs. Chattanooga& .......................L 0-3 * Southern Conference game # JU/Best Western Invitational, Jacksonville, Fla. @ UNCG Spartan Classic, Greensboro, N.C. % UNC Wilmington Tournament, Wilmington, N.C.

UNCG won its first two games at the Southern Conference Tournament in 2008, reaching the winners’ bracket for the first time in school history.

UNCG SOFTBALL MEDIA GUIDE

SERIES RECORDS Opponent W-L Adelphi ............................... 1-0 Akron................................... 3-5 Appalachian State ........... 10-15 Army .................................... 2-0 Averett ................................. 8-2 Baldwin-Wallace .................. 1-2 Ball State ............................ 2-1 Barton ................................. 2-0 Belmont............................... 1-0 Bennett ............................... 2-0 Binghamton ......................... 1-0 Boston College .................... 2-5 Boston University ................. 2-1 Bucknell .............................. 1-0 Buffalo ................................ 1-0 California (Pa.) ..................1-2-1 Campbell ......................... 26-18 Canisius .............................. 3-7 Catawba .............................. 4-2 Centenary ............................ 1-0 UCF ..................................... 1-1 Central Michigan ................. 0-1 Charleston Southern .......19-2-1 Charlotte ......................... 26-33 Chattanooga...................... 8-37 Christopher Newport ............ 4-4 Cleveland State ................... 2-2 Coastal Carolina .............. 10-11 Colgate ................................ 2-1 College of Charleston ....... 20-21 Connecticut ......................... 0-1 Coppin State........................ 2-0 Creighton............................. 0-1 Dayton ................................. 2-0 Delaware ............................. 2-0 Delaware State .................... 3-1 Detroit ................................. 4-3 Detroit Mercy ....................... 0-1 Drake .................................. 0-2 Drexel .................................. 2-0 East Carolina ................... 12-25 East Tennessee State ......... 12-5 Eastern Illinois ..................... 0-3 Eastern Kentucky ................. 4-0 Eastern Mennonite............... 1-0 Eastern Michigan ................. 0-1 Elon ..............................28-22-2 Evansville............................. 2-0 Fairfield ............................... 2-2 Fayetteville State ................. 2-0 Ferrum ................................. 3-2 Florida Southern .................. 0-2 Florida State ........................ 0-1 Florida Gulf Coast ................ 0-1 Fordham .............................. 3-0 Francis Marion ..................... 3-0 Furman ............................ 25-23 Gardner-Webb ..................... 4-1

Opponent W-L George Mason ................... 11-2 George Washington.............. 1-1 Georgia................................ 0-4 Georgia Southern ............. 19-37 Georgia Tech ........................ 2-3 Greensboro College ............. 7-3 Hampton ............................. 1-0 Harvard ............................... 1-1 Hawaii ................................. 1-1 Heidelberg ........................... 2-0 Illinois-Chicago.................... 2-4 Illinois State ........................ 0-1 IPFW .................................... 1-0 IUPUI ................................... 0-1 Indiana State ....................... 0-1 Iona ..................................... 2-0 Iowa State ........................... 0-2 Jacksonville ......................... 1-1 Jacksonville State ................ 0-3 James Madison .................... 1-1 Kennesaw State ................... 1-1 Kent State ........................... 4-3 Kentucky.............................. 1-0 La Salle ............................... 1-0 Lehigh ................................. 1-1 Lenoir-Rhyne........................ 2-0 Liberty ............................. 24-10 LIU Brooklyn ........................ 1-1 Long Beach State................. 0-1 Long Island .......................... 0-1 Longwood ........................ 21-11 Loyola (Ill.) ........................... 1-2 MacAlester .......................... 3-1 Maine .................................. 5-6 Manahattan ......................... 1-0 Mansfield ............................ 1-1 Marshall .............................. 4-6 Maryland ............................. 0-1 Md.-Baltimore County ........ 13-4 Maryland-Eastern Shore ...... 1-0 Maryville.............................. 1-1 Mercer ................................. 2-0 Mercyhurst .......................... 2-0 Meredith .............................. 3-1 Methodist ........................... 4-4 Miami (Ohio) ........................ 1-2 Michigan State .................... 2-0 Middle Tennessee State ....... 0-1 Minnesota ........................... 1-6 Monmouth ........................... 2-0 Morehead State ................... 2-1 Morgan State....................... 2-0 Mount St. Mary’s.................. 3-0 New York Tech ...................... 2-0 Niagara ............................... 1-0 Norfolk State ....................... 1-0 North Carolina ................... 7-38 North Carolina A&T ............ 30-2

$ East Carolina Pirate Clash, Greenville, N.C. & SoCon Tournament, Mt. Pleasant, S.C.

2009 Record: 26-33 (9-12 SoCon, 6th) Head coach: Jennifer Herzig 2/6 ..... vs. North Florida# ...................... W 5-1 2/6 ..... at South Florida#........................ L 2-5 2/7 ..... vs. Illinois State#...................... L 2-13 2/7 ..... vs. Florida Gulf Coast#................ L 5-8 2/8 ..... vs. Minnesota#.......................... W 1-0 2/13 ... vs. UNC Wilmington% ................ W 4-0 2/13 ... at Charlotte% ....................... W 3-2 (8) 2/14 ... vs. Army%.................................. W 4-1 2/14 ... vs. Army%........................... W 10-2 (5) 2/15 ... at Charlotte% ............................. L 1-3 2/20 ... vs. Marshall$ ............................. L 3-4 2/20 ... vs. Ball State$ ............................ L 5-7 2/21 ... vs. Tennessee State$ .................. L 3-6 2/21 ... vs. IUPUI$ .................................. L 1-6 2/22 ... at No. 16 Georgia$ .............. L 2-12 (5) 2/25 ... at No. 16 North Carolina ............. L 2-3 2/25 ... at No. 16 North Carolina ...... L 3-11 (6) 2/27 ... Rider@ ................................. W 8-0 (5) 3/7 ..... at Western Carolina* ............. L 2-3 (9) 3/7 ..... at Western Carolina* ................. W 6-4 3/8 ..... at Western Carolina* .......... W 11-3 (6) 3/21 ... at Furman* ................................ L 1-2 3/21 ... at Furman* .............................. L 7-11 3/22 ... at Furman* ............................... W 3-2 3/24 ... Harvard ..................................... W 3-0 3/24 ... Harvard .................................... L 5-10 3/28 ... Appalachian State* ................... L 0-7 3/29 ... Appalachian State* .................. W 2-1 3/29 ... Appalachian State* ................... L 0-7 3/31 ... Campbell ................................... L 3-8 3/31 ... Campbell .................................. W 5-3 4/7 ..... North Carolina Central........ W 14-0 (5)

Opponent W-L North Carolina Central ......... 2-0 NC State .............................. 1-8 North Carolina Wesleyan ...... 9-6 North Florida ....................... 1-0 Oakland ............................... 3-0 Ohio .................................... 6-3 Ohio State ........................... 0-1 Penn State ........................... 1-3 Pfieffer ................................ 2-0 Pittsburgh ............................ 0-1 Princeton ............................. 1-0 Providence........................... 5-0 Purdue................................. 1-1 Radford ........................... 28-12 Rhode Island ....................... 1-0 Rider ................................... 1-0 Robert Morris....................... 1-1 Saint Joseph’s...................... 0-1 Samford .............................. 2-1 San Jose State ..................... 0-1 Santa Clara ......................... 1-2 Shippensburg ...................... 1-1 Southeast Missouri State ..... 2-2 South Carolina ..................... 1-6 South Carolina State............ 2-0 South Florida ....................... 0-3 Southern Illinois................... 1-2 St. Andrews.......................... 8-2 St. Augustine’s..................... 1-2 St. Bonaventure ................... 0-1 St. Francis (Pa.).................... 6-1 St. Louis .............................. 2-0 St. Johns’s ........................... 5-3 St. Mary’s ............................ 2-0 St. Peter’s ............................ 2-0 Stephen F. Austin ................. 1-1 Stetson ................................ 1-1 Syracuse.............................. 1-0 Temple................................. 4-4 Tennessee............................ 0-2 Tennessee State................... 0-1 Toledo.................................. 4-1 Towson ................................ 8-3 UCLA ................................... 0-1 UNC Wilmington............32-14-1 USC Upstate ........................ 1-7 Valparaiso ........................... 5-0 Villanova.............................. 1-0 Virginia .............................. 3-19 Virginia Tech ...................... 4-12 Virginia Wesleyan................. 3-7 Western Carolina ................. 6-9 Winthrop............................ 16-9 Wisconsin ............................ 0-1 Wisconsin-Green Bay ........... 0-1 Wright State......................... 0-2 Youngstown State ................ 1-1

4/7 ..... North Carolina Central........ W 11-0 (5) 4/10 ... Samford*.................................. W 6-3 4/11 ... Samford*................................... L 1-2 4/11 ... Samford*.................................. W 8-4 4/14 ... Charlotte .................................... L 0-7 4/14 ... Charlotte .................................... L 6-9 4/16 ... at North Carolina A&T................. L 2-3 4/16 ... at North Carolina A&T................ W 4-3 4/18 ... at Georgia Southern* ................ W 1-0 4/18 ... at Georgia Southern* ................. L 2-5 4/19 ... at Georgia Southern* ................. L 2-8 4/22 ... at East Carolina .......................... L 3-4 4/22 ... at East Carolina ..................... L 0-9 (5) 4/25 ... College of Charleston* ............... L 2-7 4/25 ... College of Charleston* ............... L 1-2 4/26 ... College of Charleston* ............... L 2-8 4/29 ... Liberty....................................... W 2-1 4/29 ... Liberty....................................... W 3-1 4/30 ... Virginia Tech.............................. W 5-3 4/30 ... Virginia Tech.......................... L 0-8 (5) 5/2 ..... at Elon* .................................... W 7-1 5/2 ..... at Elon* .................................... W 4-3 5/3 ..... at Elon* ..................................... L 0-3 5/7 ..... vs. Appalachian State& .............. L 0-2 5/7 ..... vs. College of Charleston&......... W 5-3 5/8 ..... vs. Furman& .............................. W 4-3 5/8 ..... vs. Georgia Southern&................ L 2-9 * = Southern Conference game # = USF Louisville Slugger Tournament, Tampa, Fla. % = Green and White Classic, Charlotte, N.C. $ = Sixth Annual Georgia Classic, Athens, Ga. @ = UNCG Spartan Classic, Greensboro, N.C. & = SoCon Tournament, Chattanooga, Tenn.

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HONORS National/Regional Honors

Kris Harris ......................................1994 Erin Chandler .................................1995 Winn Hazlegrove ............................1995 Karyn Thompson ............................1995 Tara Steinhardt ..............................1995 Karyn Thompson ............................1996 Danielle Sekula .............................1996 Jessie Marsh .................................. 1997 Christine Hornak ............................ 1997

NFCA All-Region First Team Penny Thompson ............................2002 NFCA All-Region Second Team Leigh Irwin .....................................2000 Penny Thompson ............................2000 CoSIDA Academic All-America Winn Hazlegrove (2nd team) ..... 1992-93 Winn Hazlegrove (1st team) ...... 1993-94 Kris Harris (1st team) ............... 1993-94 Winn Hazlegrove (1st team) ...... 1994-95 Jennifer Moran (1st team) ........ 2002-03

All-Big South Second Team Shonda Spagnola ..........................1994 Erin Kluttz ......................................1994 Lara Long.......................................1995 Lori Leete.......................................1995 Jill Quilla ........................................1996 Erin Chandler .................................1996

CoSIDA Academic All-District III Jennifer Moran (1st team) ........ 2002-03 Jessica Vanderploeg (1st team) 2002-03 NFCA Scholar-Athletes Kara Clouser ............................ 2005-06 Adriane Audley......................... 2006-07 Kara Clouser ............................ 2006-07 Emily Akiyama.......................... 2006-07 Laura Olenderski...................... 2006-07 Emily Akiyama.......................... 2007-08 Carolyn Boyd ........................... 2007-08 Kayla Hensley .......................... 2007-08 Lyndsay Mouse ........................ 2007-08 Laura Olenderski...................... 2007-08 Brandi Schnute ........................ 2007-08 Emily Akiyama.......................... 2008-09 Kayla Hensley .......................... 2008-09 Laura Olenderski...................... 2008-09 Mary Catherine Vercoe ............. 2008-09

Southern Conference Honors All-SoCon First Team Jill Quilla ........................................1998 Lara Long.......................................1998 Danielle Sekula .............................1998 Leigh Irwin .....................................2000 Kristy Norton..................................2000 Joy Stogner ....................................2000 Penny Thompson ............................2000 Leigh Irwin ..................................... 2001 Penny Thompson ............................ 2001 Penny Thompson ............................2002 Jennifer Hubbard ...........................2003 Penny Thompson ............................2003 Amber Watson ...............................2003 Joni Gomez ....................................2004 Jennifer Bonilla ..............................2005 Mary Greenway ..............................2007 Mary Greenway ..............................2008 All-SoCon Second Team Christine Sweeney..........................2002 Jennifer Aguilar ..............................2003 Jennifer Bonilla ..............................2004 Kelly Allen ......................................2005 Krista Judge ...................................2005 Jennifer Bonilla ..............................2006 Adriane Audley...............................2007 Kaitlin Merkt ..................................2009 SoCon All-Freshman Team Alex Emeterio .................................2009 Academic All-SoCon Kim Benningfield ...........................2003 Jessica Vanerploeg ........................2003 Jennifer Moran ...............................2003 Vanessa Massie .............................2004 Kara Clouser ..................................2005 Adriane Audley...............................2005 Kara Clouser ..................................2006 Krista Judge ...................................2006 Kara Clouser ..................................2007

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Big South All-Tournament Team Winn Hazlegrove ............................1993 Donna McLamb .............................1993 Winn Hazlegrove ............................1994 Erin Chandler .................................1994 Erin Kluttz ......................................1994 Tara Steinhardt ..............................1994 Karyn Thompson ............................1995 Lara Long.......................................1995 Winn Hazlegrove ............................1995 Erin Chandler .................................1996 Karyn Thompson ............................1996 Christine Hornak ............................ 1997 Jessie Marsh .................................. 1997 Jill Quilla ........................................ 1997

Penny Thompson was a four-time All-Southern Conference First Team selection and the 2002 SoCon Player of the Year. She earned all-region honors twice. Lyndsay Mouse ..............................2007 Adriane Audley...............................2007 Whitney Sirois ................................2008 Lyndsay Mouse ..............................2008 Mary Greenway ..............................2008 Emily Akiyama................................2009 Kayla Hensley ................................2009 Laura Olenderski............................2009 Lyndsay Mouse ..............................2009 Mary Catherine Vercoe ...................2009 Whitney Sirois ................................2009 All-SoCon Tournament Joy Stogner ....................................1998 Danielle Sekula .............................1998 Amy Poole......................................2000 Joy Stogner .................................... 2001 Kim Benningfield ...........................2003 Vanessa Oakes ..............................2007 Hannah Angel ................................2008 SoCon Player of the Year Lara Long.......................................1998 Leigh Irwin ..................................... 2001 Penny Thompson ............................2002 Jennifer Hubbard ...........................2003 SoCon Coleman Lew Leadership Award Laura Olenderski...................... 2008-09 SoCon Player of the Month Jennifer Bonilla ...................... April 2005

Keke Grady ................... March 20, 2000 Amber Watson ..................Feb. 21, 2001 Penny Thompson ................ April 9, 2001 Penny Thompson .............. Feb. 18, 2002 Penny Thompson ............. March 4, 2002 Penny Thompson ................ April 1, 2002 Penny Thompson ........... March 12, 2003 Penny Thompson ........... March 24, 2003 Joni Gomez ........................ April 8, 2003 Joni Gomez .........................May 5, 2003 Joni Gomez ................... March 16, 2004 Joni Gomez ......................April 12, 2004 Joni Gomez ......................April 26, 2004 Kelly Allen ........................April 25, 2005 Gwen Johnson ................. March 6, 2006 Gwen Johnson ............... March 20, 2006 Brittany Ausley ................. April 13, 2009 SoCon Pitcher of the Week Christine Hornak ............. March 9, 1998 Christine Hornak ............March 17, 1998 Christine Hornak .............. April 27, 1998 Amy Poole..................... March 20, 2000 Amber Watson ..................Feb. 21, 2001 Amber Watson ................ March 7, 2001 Amber Watson ................. Feb. 18, 2002 Amber Watson ................. Feb. 25, 2002 Danielle Byrne .............. March 23, 2004 Danielle Byrne .................April 26, 2004 Vanessa Oakes ............... March 5, 2007 Hannah Angel .....................May 5, 2008 Amber Harrell....................Feb. 16, 2009 Amber Harrell......................May 4, 2009

SoCon Pitcher of the Month Amber Harrell...................February 2008

Big South Conference Honors

SoCon Player of the Week Lara Long........................ March 9, 1998 Jessie Marsh .................... April 20, 1998 Leigh Irwin ....................... Feb. 24, 2000 Leigh Irwin ....................... Feb. 29, 2000 Joy Stogner ................... March 13, 2000

All-Big South First Team Winn Hazlegrove ............................1993 Karyn Thompson ............................1993 Donna McLamb .............................1993 Kris Harris ......................................1993 Winn Hazlegrove ............................1994 Karyn Thompson ............................1994

Big South Tournament MVP Winn Hazlegrove ............................1994 Erin Chandler .................................1996 Christine Hornak ............................ 1997 Big South MVP (Player of the Year) Erin Chandler .................................1995 Christine Hornak ............................ 1997 Big South Coach of the Year Melody Cope..................................1995 Big South Scholar Athlete Winn Hazlegrove ............................1995 Big South All-Academic Team Christine Horniak ........................... 1997 Big South Player of the Week Danielle Sekula .............March 31, 1996 Big South Pitcher of the Week Christine Hornak ............March 31, 1997 Christine Hornak .............. April 28, 1997

Dixie Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Honors DIAC All-Conference First Team Jennifer Boggs ...............................1985 Kathleen Thompkins ......................1985 Julia Boseman ...............................1986 Shannon Watkins ........................... 1987 DIAC All-Conference Second Team Susan Carter.................................. 1987 Deedee Smith ................................1988 DIAC All-Conference All-Tournament Team Jen Zegler ......................................1988 Susan Carter..................................1988 Joan Weesies .................................1988 Carolyn Sykes ................................1988 Deedee Smith ................................1988 Jennifer Boggs (MVP) .....................1988

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ALL-TIME ROSTER Name .........................................................................Years AAAA Adams, Courtney ....................................................... 1991-94 Aguilar, Jennifer .........................................................2002-03 Akiyama, Emily .............................................. 2007-present Alexander, Nakia ........................................................1993-96 Allen, Kelly .................................................................2003-06 Andrews, Pam ................................................................. 1985 Angel, Hannah ...........................................................2005-09 Angell, Bettina .................................................................1987 Audley, Adriane ..........................................................2004-07 Ausley, Brittany ............................................. 2007-present BBBB Baker, Judy ................................................................ 1997-99 Benningfield, Kim ......................................................2000-03 Boggs, Jennifer ..........................................................1985-88 Bonilla, Jennifer .........................................................2004-07 Boone, Tara .................................................................... 2005 Boseman, Julia ..........................................................1985-86 Bowers, Bradna .............................................................. 1986 Boyd, Carolyn ................................................................. 2008 Branche, Heather .......................................................2005-07 Brooks, Shannon .......................................................1992-95 Brown, Cheryl ................................................................. 1989 Bryant, Rashida ......................................................... 1997-00 Byrne, Danielle ..........................................................2003-06 CCCC Cameron, Marcie ............................................................ 1992 Capellan, Lisa ..................................................................1991 Carter, Susan .............................................................1986-88 Chandler, Erin ............................................................1993-96 Cheney, Brea .................................................................. 2005 Clouser, Kara .............................................................2004-07 Coalson, Libby ........................................................... 1990-91 Councilman, Kelly ......................................................1989-92 Covington, Chasity .......................................................... 2009 Csernecky, Tara ..........................................................1992-94 DDDD D’Ambrosio, Chelsea ...................................... 2010-present Delaney, Lauren .............................................................. 1998 Dietz, Sarah .................................................................... 2001 Duncan, Koury ...........................................................2006-07 EEEE Edenfield, Rhonda ..................................................... 1990-91 Emeterio, Alex ............................................... 2009-present FFFF Faircloth, Misty .......................................................... 2000-01 Fecile, Lisa................................................................. 1987-88 Feguson, Sarah ................................................................1987 Fisher, Lisa ......................................................................1987 Flynn, Maureen ..........................................................1999-02 Francis, Denise ..........................................................1985-88 Frye, Pam ....................................................................... 1992 Furness, Leslie ...........................................................2006-09 GGGG Gabalda, Silvia .......................................................... 1994-97 Gabel, Kristen ............................................... 2008-present Gaudio, Kim ...............................................................1995-98 Golden, Dana.................................................................. 1989 Gomez, Joni ...............................................................2001-04 Gough, Megan ...........................................................2002-03 Grady, KeKe ............................................................... 2000-01 Gray, Becky ................................................................1999-00 Greenway, Mary .........................................................2007-08 Gyure, Marci ................................................................... 1994 HHHH Hager, Beth................................................................ 1987-88 Hanks, Raeanne ............................................ 2010-present Harrell, Amber ............................................... 2007-present Harris, Kris .................................................................1992-94 Harrison, Andrea ........................................................2000-02 Hazlegrove, Winn .......................................................1992-95 Hensley, Kayla ............................................... 2008-present Hicks, Stacy ............................................................... 1996-97 Hornak, Christine ....................................................... 1997-98 Horsmon, Eileen ............................................ 2010-present Houston, Pam ................................................................. 1995 Hubbard, Jennifer ......................................................2003-04 IIII Irwin, Leigh ................................................................ 1998-01 JJJJ Jewett, Jordan 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Johnson, Amanda ......................................................1999-02 Johnson, Gwen ...........................................................2005-06 Johnson, Melissa .......................................................2003-04 Judge, Krista ..............................................................2005-06 KKKK Kluttz, Erin .................................................................1992-95 LLLL Langley, April................................................. 2010-present Latham, Cindy................................................................. 1985 Leete, Lori..................................................................1993-96 Lewis, T.K. ..................................................................2002-03 Linsey, Maura ................................................................. 2002 Lloyd, Paige .................................................................... 1985 Long, Lara..................................................................1995-98 MMMM Mabry, Nita ................................................................1989-92 Marsh, Jessie .............................................................1996-99 Massie, Vanessa ........................................................2002-04 Mattson, Cory................................................ 2009-present McDonald, Deborah ........................................................ 1989 McLamb, Donna ........................................................1992-93 McKnight, Robin ............................................................. 1985 Merkt, Kaitlin ................................................ 2007-present Miller, Chante ................................................................. 2000 Miller, Trish ..................................................................... 1990 Miller, Whitney ...........................................................2007-09 Mirabal, Danielle .......................................................1998-99 Montana, Christina ....................................................2004-05 Moran, Jennifer ..........................................................2002-03 Mouse, Lyndsay .........................................................2006-09

Villarin, Alixis .................................................................. 2005 WWWW Wakelin, Liz..................................................................... 1985 Wallace, Kelly ..................................................................1997 Wamsley, Tamara ....................................................... 1990-91 Watkins, Shannon ...................................................... 1986-87 Watson, Amber ..........................................................2000-03 Weedman, Becky ............................................................ 1999 Weesies, Joan ............................................................ 1988-91 Whalen, Cheryl........................................................... 1990-91 White, Kristin .............................................................1999-00 Wicker, Renee ................................................................. 1985 Willis, Brenda ............................................................ 1990-91 Wilson, Lisa ...............................................................1985-88 Wilson, Lyndsey .........................................................2005-07 Winiarski, Nancy ............................................................. 1985 Witt, Stephanie ..........................................................2003-04 Wols, Janice ............................................................... 1990-91 Workman, Steph ..............................................................1997 ZZZZ Zegler, Jen .................................................................1986-89 Current team members in bold

NNNN Norris, Jesse .............................................................. 1999-01 Norton, Kristy.............................................................1999-02 OOOO Oakes, Vanessa .........................................................2004-07 Olenderski, Laura .......................................... 2007-present Oltman, Lisa ..............................................................1990-92 PPPP Parrott, Lorri .............................................................. 1989-91 Pate, Betsy ......................................................................1987 Pierce, Lynsi...............................................................2004-05 Poole, Amy.................................................................2000-03 Purcell, Ashley ................................................................ 2003 QQQQ Quilla, Jill ...................................................................1995-98 RRRR Rabon, Pam .................................................................... 1986 Reavis, Tammy ...........................................................1992-93 Reed, Amy ................................................................. 1989-91 Rich, Penny ..................................................................... 1996 Riddle, Angela ................................................................ 1985 Riesenhuber, Darci.......................................................... 1989 Rizzo, Tracy ................................................................1993-94 Robb, Heather ............................................... 2010-present Rogers, Amy............................................................... 1987-88 SSSS Schnute, Brandi .........................................................2005-08 Sekula, Danielle ........................................................1996-98 Sheehan, Meg............................................................1985-86 Sirois, Whitney .............................................. 2007-present Smith, Deedee ...........................................................1986-89 Snow, Lisa .................................................................1985-86 Spagnola, Shonda .....................................................1992-95 Stanovich, Shannon .........................................................1997 Steinhardt, Tara .........................................................1993-96 Stogner, Joy ............................................................... 1998-01 Straughn, Anita..........................................................1985-86 Stripling, Katie .............................................. 2008-present Strommer, Tracy .........................................................1996-99 Sweeney, Christine .....................................................2002-03 Sykes, Carolyn ...........................................................1988-89 TTTT Tadlock, Suzanne ....................................................... 1987-89 Talarek, Stephanie .......................................................... 2006 Tew, Lisa ....................................................................1985-88 Thompkins, Kathleen ...................................................... 1985 Thompson, Karyn .......................................................1993-96 Thompson, Penny .......................................................2000-03 VVVV Vanderploeg, Jessica .................................................2002-03 Vanmeter, Emily .............................................................. 2001 Vercoe, Mary Catherine ..............................................2008-09

UNCG COACHING HISTORY Tere Dail (49-50-1, .495, three seasons)

Year 1985 1986 1987 Totals

Overall 12-16 18-21-1 19-13 49-50-1

Year 1988 1989 1990 1991 Totals

Overall 22-14 15-16 26-13 14-21 77-64

Year 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 Totals

Overall 31-18-1 36-14-2 35-23 49-17 29-32 40-25 220-129-3

1998 1999 2000 Totals

32-25 31-33 37-29 100-87

2001 2002 Totals

31-27 35-30-1 66-57-1

2003 2004 2005* Totals

38-18 30-30 9-21 77-69

2005* Totals

11-19 11-19

2006 2007 2008 2009 Total

20-42 29-37 23-33 26-33 98-145

Pct. .429 .463 .594 .495

Conf. 6-5 11-16-1 6-8 23-29-1

Pct. .545 .411 .429 .443

Mary Jo Campbell (77-64, .546, four seasons) Pct. .611 .484 .667 .400 .546

Conf. 9-4 ------9-4

Pct. .692 ------.692

Conf. finish 4th, Dixie 5th, Dixie t4th, Dixie

Conf. finish 3rd, Dixie -------

Melody Cope (220-129-3, .629, six seasons) Pct. .630 .712 .603 .742 .475 .615 .629

Conf. --7-0-1 10-4 12-2 12-4 10-4 51-14-1

Pct. Conf. finish ----.938 1st, Big South .714 3rd, Big South .857 1st, Big South .750 1st, Big South .714 3rd, Big South .780

Katie Flynn (100-87, .535, three seasons) .561 .484 .561 .535

7-5 7-9 9-11 23-25

.583 .438 .450 .479

2nd, Southern 3rd, Southern 3rd, Southern

Karen Lee Matteson (66-57-1, .536, two seasons) .534 .538 .536

11-9 8-12 19-21

.550 .400 .475

4th, Southern 6th, Southern

Stephanie DeFeo (77-69, .527, three seasons) .679 .500 .300 .527

14-6 8-12 0-3 22-21

.700 .400 .000 .512

Neil Avent (11-19, .367, one season) .367 .367

7-11 7-11

.389 .389

2nd, Southern 5th, Southern 5th, Southern

5th, Southern

Jennifer Herzig (98-145, .403, four seasons) .323 .439 .411 .441 .403

4-17 7-14 7-11 9-12 27-54

.190 .333 .389 .429 .333

5th, Southern 8th, Southern 5th, Southern 6th, Southern

* Stephanie DeFeo only coached part of the 2005 season. Neil Avent was named the interim head coach and finished the season.

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UNCG VS. TEAM USA

‘Bound 4 Beijing’ tour stops in Greensboro On April 10, 2008, UNCG hosted Team USA in an exhibition as USA Softball took on teams throughout the country in its “Bound 4 Beijing” tour. Team USA took a 13-0 win over the Spartans, with pitcher Jennie Finch throwing a no-hitter and striking out 18. While UNCG wasn’t able to beat the national team, Spartan fans, players and coaches alike were left with the memories of a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see some of the best players in the world. The game was played in a packed UNCG Softball Stadium, as 1,500 fans gathered to see the Olympic team compete. After going 59-1 on its “Bound 4 Beijing” tour, Team USA competed at the summer Olympics in Beijing, capturing the silver medal.

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The University of North rth Carolina at Greensboro was first chartered back on February 18, 1891 as the State Normal and Industrial School. ol. It was the first state-supported school for the higherr education of women in North Caroarles Duncan McIver, it became colina. Founded by Charles 3. Today, in its 119th year of existance, educational in 1963. the campus covers 210 acres in downtown Greensboro ent that exceeded 17,000 for the first and has an enrollment time ever last year. For fall 2008, 17,467 students were enrolled, including 13,453 undergraduates.

MINERVA Charles Duncan McIver, founder of the State Normal and Industrial School (now UNCG), decided Minerva, Roman goddess of Wisdom, would be a good symbol for the school. Beginning with the first diploma in 1893, the head of Minerva has appeared on every diploma awarded by the institution. The class of 1907 donated the original Minerva statue - made of plaster - to the University. In 2003, the class of 1953 commissioned a replacement, made of bronze, and placed outside the Elliott University Center in the heart of campus.

UNIVERSITY FOUNDER CHARLES MCIVER Founded in 1891, UNCG is a diverse, studentcentered research university, linking the Triad and North Carolina to the world through learning, discovery and service. The university is organized into a College of Arts & Sciences and six professional schools, with more than 1,000 faculty members teaching in programs that offer 86 undergraduate, 56 master’s and 25 doctoral degrees. Among its highimpact projects are the Gateway University Research Park and the Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering, which are being created in partnership with North Carolina A&T.

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Board of Trustees Mr. Stephen C. Hassenfelt Mrs. Earlene Hardie Cox Dr. Kate R. Barrett Dr. Richard L. Moore Mr. William J. Pratt Ms. Jane Preyer Ms. Jean E. Davis Mr. James Norman Smith Ms. Susan M. Safran* Dr. Carolyn R. Ferree Ms. Gwynn Swinson Mr. Randall Kaplan Ms. Jesse Russo*

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(ex-officio, SGA President) * takes office in September 2009

UNCG’s School of Nursing, which was established in 1966, is the third largest in North Carolina. It has three departments – Adult Health, Parent-Child and Community Practice – and is recognized for the excellence of its programs and the success of its graduates. The master’s program in nurse anesthesia was ranked eighth nationally by U.S. News and World Report. In addition, UNCG is the first institution in the UNC system to offer a combined Master of Science in Nursing and Master of Business Administration in health management.

Despite record numbers for enrollment, UNCG still enjoys a student-faculty ratio of 17:1 with a faculty totalling 1,080. More than 2,000 bachelor’s degrees and nearly 1,000 master’s and doctoral diplomas are awarded annually. Over the last several years, 75 percent of freshmen have returned the following year.

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MOORE BUILDING OPENED IN 2006

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THE UNCG CAMPUS AND THE GREENSBORO SKYLINE UNCG has long had a reputation for academic excellence and student-athletes at UNCG are not an exception to the rule. At the end of each of the last four academic years, more than 40% of UNCG student-athletes held a grade-point-average of 3.0 or better, including 49% of them last year. In spring 2009, UNCG’s 248 studentathletes had a combined GPA of 2.93, marking the sixth-straight semester they combined for a 2.9 GPA or better.

The School of Music, which was established in 1921, is rated as one of the Top 20 in the country and combines rigorous theory, history, and performance training with a broad liberal arts education. Pictured above, the University opened a $25.7 million state-of-the-art music facility in 1999. The school offers the only comprehensive slate of performance and music education degrees from the baccalaureate through the doctorate in North Carolina.

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UNCG VISION AND MISSION STATEMENT The University of North Carolina at Greensboro will redefine the public research university for the 21st century as an inclusive, collaborative, and responsive institution making a difference in the lives of students and the communities it serves. UNCG is a . . . • Learner-centered, accessible, and inclusive community fostering intellectual inquiry to prepare students for meaningful lives and engaged citizenship; • Research university where collaborative scholarship and creative activity enhance quality of life across the lifespan; • Source of innovation and leadership meeting social, economic, and environmental challenges in the Piedmont Triad, North Carolina, and beyond; and • Global university integrating intercultural and international experiences and perspectives into learning, discovery, and service.

VALUES STATEMENT The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, a community including students, faculty, staff, and alumni, will demonstrate its commitment to . . . • Inclusiveness – A welcoming and inclusive academic community, based on open dialogue and shared governance, offers a culture of caring with visible, meaningful representation of differences; • Collaboration – interdisciplinary, intercommunity, inter-institutional and international collaboration is reflected and rewarded in teaching, research, creative activity, community engagement, and infrastructure; • Sustainability – Academics, operations, and outreach are conducted with careful attention to the enduring interconnectedness of social equity, the environment, economy, and aesthetics; • Responsibility – A public institution, the University responds to community needs and serves the public in a systematic fashion through the mutually beneficial exchange of knowledge and resources in a context of partnership and reciprocity; and • Transparency – Goals, processes, decisions and outcomes are accessible and measurable, resulting in enhanced performance, trust, and accountability.

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Dr. Linda BRADY Chancellor Dr. Linda P. Brady became the 10th chancellor of The University of North Carolina at Greensboro August 1, 2008. Brady, 61, succeeded Dr. Patricia A. Sullivan, UNCG’s first woman chancellor, who retired July 31, 2008, after almost 14 years in the post. In recommending Brady to the Board of Governors, UNC President Erskine Bowles said: “Over the past 25 years, Linda Brady has accumulated a wealth of leadership experience at highly respected public, urban universities, as well as in the halls of Washington. At each step along the way, she has proven herself to be an energetic leader who promotes collaboration, creative problem-solving, and real-life commitment to scholarship, research, and public service. … “With her broad experience in higher education and federal government, her demonstrated integrity and sound judgment, and her profound understanding of the global marketplace in which our students must compete, Linda Brady will be a forceful and effective leader for UNC Greensboro.” A native of New York City and the first member of her family to attend college, Brady graduated from Douglass College, the women’s division of Rutgers University, in 1969 with a degree in political science. She received a master’s degree in the field from Rutgers (1970) and a doctorate in political science from The Ohio State University (1974). She began her academic career as an assistant professor of political science at Vanderbilt University in 1973 and joined the faculty at Goucher College in Maryland three years later. From 1978 to 1985, Brady held several positions in the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Department of Defense. Among other roles, she served as a political analyst in the State Department’s Office of Disarmament and Arms Control and as special assistant for mutual and balanced force reductions in the Office of the Secretary of Defense. She later served as a senior fellow in international security and arms control at the Carter Center of Emory University (1986-87) and as a distinguished professor of national security at the U.S. Military Academy (1991-92). From 1993 to 2001, Brady led the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs at the Georgia Institute of Technology, where she was also a professor of international affairs. She joined North Carolina State University in 2001 as Dean of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences and professor of political science, and over the next five years was credited with building the stature and visibility of the College, launching a number of new graduate degree programs, and significantly increasing external support for the humanities and social sciences at NC State. She left North Carolina in 2006 to become the chief academic and operating officer at the University of Oregon. Brady has authored or co-edited three books and numerous book chapters and scholarly articles in the fields of American foreign policy, international negotiation, and arms control. Among other professional organizations, she is a member of the International Studies Association, the American Political Science Association, the International Institute for

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Strategic Studies, and the Council on Foreign Relations. A past recipient of the Georgia Tech School of Social Sciences Teaching Award, she has earned the Superior Honor Award from the U.S. Department of State and is a two-time recipient of the Outstanding Civilian Service Medal from the Department of the Army. She was an American Council on Education Fellow in 1997-98, serving her fellowship year at the University of Iowa under the mentorship of President Mary Sue Coleman and Provost Jon Whitmore. Since moving to UNCG, Brady has become a member of the Greensboro Rotary Club. She is also on the Board of Directors for United Way of Greater Greensboro and the Greensboro Partnership. Brady is married to Gustav “Steve” Heyer, a retired Army officer. She has two adult stepsons and three grandchildren: Stephen Heyer and his wife, Suzanne, live in Richmond, Va., with their children Alyx, Megan, and Andrew Casey, while Michael Heyer lives in Chicago, Ill. In accepting the position at UNCG, Brady said, “This is one of the very best jobs in American higher education. I am so grateful for this opportunity and humbled by the trust you have place in me. I shall not let you down.”

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Kim RECORD Director of Athletics Kimberly S. “Kim” Record, was named to the post of director of intercollegiate athletics at UNCG on Sept. 27, 2009. Record, who most recently had served as a consultant with ISP Sports, was the senior associate director of athletics at Florida State Unviersity from 1995 to 2008, and held a succession of positions at the University of Virginia from 1984-1995, culminating with an appointment as associate director of athletics for administration. She emerged from a national search that drew 125 candidates, and is UNCG’s first female athletic director. There are only 29 female athletic directors in the NCAA Division I, with five of them in the UNC system. Record is only the second woman to hold an athletic director’s position in the 89-year history of the Southern Conference. “I am delighted that Kim Record is joining UNCG as director of intercollegiate athletics,” said UNCG Chancellor Linda P. Brady. “She is the right person for this position, and she possesses the leadership, administration and fundraising skills that are essential to bringing greater success to Spartan athletics. I look forward to working with her to raise UNCG’s program to a higher level of visibility and excellence.” At UNCG, Record will lead a program that fields men’s and women’s teams in 18 sports, 250 student-athletes, and 57 employees. She succeeds Nelson E. Bobb, UNCG’s first-ever AD who resigned from the post in the spring, after directing Spartan athletics for 26 years. Record will be responsible for the leadership, administration, organization and finances of UNCG’s athletics program, which is undergoing a major shift in its men’s basketball program. The Spartan men’s basketball team will be playing its games in the Greensboro Coliseum beginning this season. Among other responsibilities, she will coordinate fundraising and operation of the Spartan Club with the vice chancellor for university advancement. She will oversee efforts to engage alumni, fans and the community with UNCG athletics. The AD also takes the lead role in strategic planning and in athletics facilities development. The athletics budget is approximately $8.8 million, and athletic scholarships provided for the 2009-10 academic

Kim Record chats with members of the media and university community at her press conference on Sept. 27, 2009.

year exceed $2.1 million. In her 13 years at Florida State, she had a broad range of administrative duties, including serving as a member of the Executive Management Team, which determined and implemented policy decisions for a 19-sport, $50 million intercollegiate program. She directly supervised three sports programs – men’s and women’s basketball and women’s soccer – and monitored Title IX compliance. Other areas included executivelevel staffing; day-to-day departmental operations; serving as liaison with the trademark licensing program; and oversight for marketing, media and public relations, and radio and television contracts. In construction, she facilitated FSU’s $6 million state-of-the-art soccer and softball stadium and its $10 million men’s and women’s basketball training center. She oversaw a project that showcased the history of athletics at FSU as part of a $100 million facilities improvement plan. Her initial responsibilities as associate director of athletics at FSU included oversight of men’s and women’s tennis, swimming & diving and softball. Record also held the designation of senior woman administrator. At Virginia, she supervised all aspects of the day-to-day operations of the department and specialized in external operations. She implemented marketing and promotional strategies for all 26 sports programs as associate director of athletics for external operations. She was the executive staff member of a capital campaign team created to raise $50 million. She came up through the ranks at Virginia, where she earned her bachelor’s degree, starting out as a sports information intern who was progressively promoted in the department to associate director of athletics for administration. As a consultant with ISP, Record provided marketing expertise in the area of athletics sports signage, including videoboards, scorer’s tables and other digital signage. She has also coordinated purchase and installation between vendor, institution and ISP. Within the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA), Record has served on both the executive committee and the Director’s Cup Committee. Within the NCAA, she served on the Women’s Soccer Committee and the Regional Soccer Committee. A native of Charlottesville, she graduated form Virginia and earned the M.S. degree in sports management from Florida State. She has two sons – Kyle, 21, a third-year student at the University of Virginia, and Josh, 16, a sophomore at Leon High School in Tallahassee, Fla.

Kim Record with her sons Kyle (left) and Josh (right) shortly after being introduced as UNCG’s new director of athletics.

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Terry Ackerman Faculty Athletics Rep.

Rod Wyatt Associate AD

Cathy Roberts Associate AD

Christy Avent Associate AD

Dick Stewart Associate AD

Jackie Walsh Assistant AD

Jennifer Aguillar Assistant AD

Gary Klutts Assistant AD

Kwadjo Steele Assistant AD

Mike Hirschman Sports Info. Director

Phil Perry Asst. SID

David Percival Asst. SID

Stacy Kosciak Special Asst. to AD

Paula Terrell Business Office

Emily Snow Internal Relations

Jana Henderson Compliance Director

John Comer Ticket Operations

Justin Hukill External Relations

Joanna Camp Academic Enhancement

Erica Thornton Head Athletic Trainer

Daisy Kovach Associate Head Athletic Trainer

Jay McCloy Associate Head Athletic Trainer

Molly Weber Associate Head Athletic Trainer

Jane Long Equipment Room

Missing: Dave Black Facilities Asst.

Linda Peronto Staff Secretary

Joann Cozart Staff Secretary

UNCG SOFTBALL MEDIA GUIDE

Josh Vernon Facilities Asst.

Mark Williams Strength & Cond. Coach

Chad Workman Asst. Strength & Cond.

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UNCG STAFF DIRECTORY Athletic Department Mailing Address: 1408 Walker Ave., 337 HHP Building, PO Box 26168, Greensboro, NC 27403 All phones are area code (336) [WM] Denotes office located at West Market Street building [HHP] Denotes office located at HHP Building

Dr. Linda P. Brady, Chancellor Dr. Terry Ackerman, Faculty Athletics Rep.

Phone Email 334-5266 334-3474 taackerm@uncg.edu

ATHLETICS ADMINISTRATION ksrecord@uncg.edu

csrobert@uncg.edu restewar@uncg.edu jrwyatt@uncg.edu mcwilso2@uncg.edu sbmeadow@uncg.edu

ACADEMIC ENHANCEMENT 334-5172 jbcamp@uncg.edu 334-3465 kosteele@uncg.edu

ATHLETIC TRAINING Erica P. Thornton, Head Athletic Trainer [HHP] Daisy Kovach, Assoc. Athletic Trainer [HHP] Jay McCloy, Assoc. Athletic Trainer [HHP] Molly Weber, Assoc. Athletic Trainer/Rehab Coord. [HHP] Jennifer Eick, Asst. Athletic Trainer [HHP] Erin Gillooly, Asst. Athletic Trainer [HHP] Devin Demyanovich, Asst. Athletic Trainer [HHP] Sara Nottingham, Asst. Athletic Trainer [HHP]

eapearson@uncg.edu dmkovach@unccg.edu jmmccloy@uncg.edu maweber2@uncg.edu jleick@uncg.edu e_gilloo@uncg.edu d_demyan@uncg.edu slnottin@uncg.edu

334-5537 334-3226 334-3032 334-3032 334-3032

csrobert@uncg.edu jlaguila@uncg.edu deblack@uncg.edu jpvernon@uncg.edu jelong@uncg.edu

334-5213 mcwilso2@uncg.edu 256-0550 easnow@uncg.edu 256-1188 sbmeadow@uncg.edu

PUBLIC AFFAIRS - MARKETING Dick Stewart, Assoc. AD - Public Affairs [WM] TBA, Asst. AD - Public Affairs [WM] Gary Klutts, Asst. AD - Public Affairs [WM] Justin Hukill, External Relations [WM] WEST MARKET STREET OFFICE FAX

334-4464 334-3420 334-3252 334-3798 334-3798

restewar@uncg.edu TBA gpklutts@uncg.edu jbhukill@uncg.edu

SPARTAN CLUB Mike Roach, Spartan Club Director [HHP] Donegan Root, Associate Director [HHP]

Mike Gaski, Head Coach Jamie Athas, Asst. Coach Dustin Ijames, Asst. Coach

Mike Dement, Head Coach [HHP] Rod Jensen, Associate Head Coach [HHP] Brian Judski, Asst. Coach [HHP] Corey Gipson, Asst. Coach [HHP] Kevin Oleksiak, Dir. of Basketball Operations [HHP]

Lynne Agee, Head Coach [HHP] Carol Peschel, Associate Head Coach [HHP] Jon Hines, Asst. Coach [HHP] KaLeah Latham, Asst. Coach [HHP]

334-3003 256-0120 334-3003 334-4473 334-3003

basketball@uncg.edu rljensen@uncg.edu bwjudski@uncg.edu cagipson@uncg.edu basketball@uncg.edu

334-4021 334-3002 334-3754 334-3754

lcagee@uncg.edu capesche@uncg.edu jbhines@uncg.edu kslatham@uncg.edu

CROSS COUNTRY / TRACK & FIELD Linh Nguyen, Head Coach [HHP] Jennifer Severns, Asst. Coach [HHP]

Terrance Stewart, Head Coach [HHP]

334-4157 ltnguye3@uncg.edu 334-4157 jmsevern@uncg.edu

334-3122 tcstewar@uncg.edu

WOMEN’S GOLF 334-5316 elmarron@uncg.edu

MEN’S SOCCER 334-5222 j_maulli@uncg.edu 334-5258 shbritts@uncg.edu

WOMEN’S SOCCER Eddie Radwanski, Head Coach [HHP] Jeff Robbins, Asst. Coach [HHP]

334-4474 eddie_rad@uncg.edu 334-3121 jbrobbi2@uncg.edu

SOFTBALL (Office located in stadium) Jennifer Herzig, Head Coach Vanessa Williams, Asst. Coach Gwen Johnson, Asst. Coach

334-5057 jlherzig@uncg.edu 334-5057 vkoakes@uncg.edu 334-5057 gwen2402@gmail.com

MEN’S TENNIS Thomas Mozur, Head Coach [HHP] Andrey Bubnov, Asst. Coach [HHP]

334-4302 tamozur@uncg.edu 334-4302 a_bubnov@uncg.edu

WOMEN’S TENNIS Jeff Trivette, Head Coach [HHP] Erica Zabkar, Asst. Coach [HHP]

334-5581 uncgtennis@uncg.edu 334-5581 ehzabkar@uncg.edu

WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL 334-3576 jmroach@uncg.edu 334-3786 d_root@uncg.edu

Patrick Nicholas, Head Coach [HHP] Laura Tomes, Asst. Coach [HHP]

WRESTLING

Mike Hirschman, Sports Information Director [WM] 334-5615 mwhirsch@uncg.edu (Men’s Soccer, Men’s Basketball, M/W Tennis, M/W Golf)

Jason Loukides, Head Coach [HHP] Daren Burns, Asst. Coach [HHP]

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334-3247 mggaski@uncg.edu 334-3247 j_athas@uncg.edu 334-3247 baseball@uncg.edu

MEN’S BASKETBALL

SPORTS INFORMATION

Phil Perry, Asst. Sports Information Director [WM] (Women’s Soccer, Women’s Basketball, Softball)

334-3250 jfcomer@uncg.edu

COACHING STAFFS BASEBALL (Office located in stadium)

Justin Maullin, Interim Head Coach [HHP] Scott Brittsan, Asst. Coach [HHP]

PROMOTIONS Christy Avent, Assoc. AD - External Operations [HHP] Emily Snow, Director of Campus Relations [WM] Stacy Kosciak, Special Asst. to the AD [HHP]

TICKETS

Emily Maron, Head Coach [HHP] 256-0108 jrwyatt@uncg.edu 334-3254 jlhender@uncg.edu

FACILITIES Cathy Roberts, Assoc. AD - Facilities [HHP] Jennifer Aguillar, Asst. AD - Facilities [HHP] David Black, Facilities Assistant [HHP] Josh Vernon, Facilities Assistant [HHP] Jane Long, Equipment Assistant [HHP]

Mark Williams, Strength & Conditioning Coach [HHP] 334-9861 mjwillia@uncg.edu Chad Workman, Asst. Strength & Conditioning Coach [HHP] 334-9861 crworkma@uncg.edu SPORTS MEDICINE FAX 256-0407

MEN’S GOLF 334-3253 jawalsh@uncg.edu 334-3367 paula_terrell@uncg.edu

COMPLIANCE Rod Wyatt, Assoc. AD - Student Welfare [HHP] Jana Henderson, Compliance Director [HHP]

334-3182

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL 334-3700 334-5925 334-5925 334-5925 334-5925 334-5925 334-5925 334-5925

BUSINESS OFFICE Jackie Walsh, Asst. AD - Business [HHP] Paula Terrell, Accountant [HHP]

334-5615 drperciv@uncg.edu

STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING

John Comer, Ticket Manager [HHP]

Kim Record, Director of Athletics [HHP] 334-5952 ADMINISTRATION FAX 334-4063 TBA, Assoc. AD - Administration [HHP] 334-5649 Cathy Roberts, Assoc. AD - Facilities/Internal Operations [HHP] 334-5537 Dick Stewart, Assoc. AD - Public Affairs [WM] 334-4464 Rod Wyatt, Assoc. AD - Student Welfare [HHP] 256-0108 Christy Avent, Assoc. AD - External Operations [HHP] 334-5213 Stacy Kosciak, Special Asst. to the AD [HHP] 256-1188

Joanna Camp, Academic Enhancement Director Kwadjo Steele, Academic Compliance Director

David Percival, Asst. Sports Information Director [WM] (Volleyball, Wrestling, Baseball, M/W Track & XC) SPORTS INFORMATION FAX

334-5303 phnichol@uncg.edu 334-3001 lmtomes@uncg.edu

334-5050 jcloukid@uncg.edu 334-5050 daburns@uncg.edu

334-5615 pdperry@uncg.edu

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