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2013 UNCG S o f t b a l l School Information Name............................................................................................UNCG (Please use only UNCG. Do not use UNC Greensboro or other variations of the name) 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

Coaching Staff Head coach................................................................. Janelle Breneman Alma mater................................................................. Bloomsburg, 1993 Record at UNCG................................................................... First season Career record (years)......................................................... 127-263 (10) Assistant coach..................... Sarah Kerr (UL-Monroe, 1998), first season Assistant coach... Brittany McKinney (North Carolina, 2011), first season Softball Office phone.........................................................336-334-5057

UNCG Media Relations Director........................................................................Matt McCollester Email.......................................................... matt.mccollester@uncg.edu Cell phone.........................................................................336-676-3407 Assistant Director (Softball).................................................Justin Glover. Email................................................................. justin.glover@uncg.edu. Cell phone.........................................................................336-482-7568 Assistant Director..................................................................Chip Welch Email....................................................................chip.welch@uncg.edu Cell phone.........................................................................336-420-6342 Media Relations Assistant............................................... Nakia Parmalee Director of New Media........................................................Dacia Ijames Email...................................................................... dnijames@uncg.edu Media Relations phone......................................................336-334-5615 Press box phone.................................................................336-334-5625 Media Relations Office address...................................... UNCG Athletics . .......................................PO Box 26168, Greensboro, NC 27402-6168 Website............................................................. www.uncgspartans.com Softball Twitter.............................................................. @UNCGSoftball

Pitchers Returning/Lost ................................................................... 2/1 Newcomers...........................................................................................6

Program History First Year of Softball.........................................................................1985 (D-III), 1989 (D-II), 1992 (D-1) All-Time Program Record ...............................................71-64-1 (D-III), . . .......................................................... 55-50 (D-II), 1,035-650-4 (.614) All-Time SoCon Record....................................................130-170 (.433) Record in SoCon Tournament...............................................17-28 (.377) Big South Titles........................................................... 3, 1994, 1995, 1996 Big South Tournament Titles.............................. 4, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997 SoCon Titles................................................................................... None NCAA Tournament Record................................................................. 2-6

Table of Contents Quick Facts.........................................................................................2 Under Armour.....................................................................................3 This Is UNCG...................................................................................4-7 The Spartan Way..............................................................................8-9 UNCG Champions In 2011-12...................................................... 10-11 Spartan Success........................................................................... 12-13 UNCG Softball Stadium..................................................................... 14 Team USA vs. UNCG.......................................................................... 15 Class Photos...................................................................................... 16 Louisville Slugger............................................................................. 17 Coaching Staff.............................................................................. 18-21 2013 Schedule................................................................................... 22 2013 Roster.................................................................................. 23-25 Player Profiles.............................................................................. 26-53 2012 Results/SoCon Review......................................................... 54-55 History/Records........................................................................... 56-73 All-Time Roster................................................................................. 74 2013 Opponents Page.................................................................. 75-76 Series Records.................................................................................. 77 Chancellor Dr. Linda P. Brady............................................................ 78 Director of Athletics Kim Record....................................................... 79 Athletics Hall Of Fame.................................................................. 80-83 Spartan Club................................................................................ 84-85 Campus Map..................................................................................... 86

Team Information 2012 Overall Record....................................................................... 22-34 SoCon Finish........................................................................... 10-13/ 6th Home Record................................................................................... 8-13 Away Record.................................................................................. 10-12 Neutral Record................................................................................... 4-9 Postseason Record............................................................................. 2-2 SoCon Tournament Finish............................semifinals/lost to CofC, 2-0 All-SoCon Second Team.................................................Katelyn Bedwell Letterwinners Returning/Lost......................................................... 10/2 Position Starters Returning/Lost....................................................... 8/1

2012-13 Softball Guide Credits The 2012-13 UNCG Softball guide was designed and edited by Assistant Director of Media Relations, Justin Glover. Editorial assistance was provided by Director of Media Relations Matt McCollester and assistant director Chip Welch. Additional assistance was provided by Director of New Media Dacia Ijames and media relations intern Nakia Parmalee. Photography was provided by Carlos Morales, Tim Cowie, Dano Keeney, WG Sports, Willis Glasgow, Chris English, John Bell, UNCG University Relations Photographers and others.


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The University of North Carolina at Green boro was first chartered back on Feb. 1 1891, as the State Normal and Industr al School. It was the first state-support

school for the higher education of women

North Carolina. Founded by Charles Du can McIver, it became co-educational 1963. Today, in its 120th year of existen the campus covers 210 acres in downtow Greensboro and has an enrollment that e ceeded 17,000 for the first time ever la year. For fall 2008, 17,467 students we enrolled, including 13,453 undergraduat


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- Student/faculty ratio is approximately 17:1. - Over the past five years, more than 40% of UNCG student-athletes held a gradepoint average of 3.0 or better, including 51% of them last year.


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Student-athletes at UNCG have enjoyed a tremendous amount of success over the years. Although the athletic department celebrated its 45th season in 2010-11, athletics at UNCG date back to the 1940s in the days before the university became co-ed. Golfer Nancy Porter, who went on to a successful pro career, is regarded as one of UNCG’s first student-athletes, competing in tournaments on the national level in the late 1940s. In 1963, as the university prepared to go co-ed, UNCG began to formally organize athletic teams. Women’s basketball, under head coach Ellen Griffin, women’s tennis, women’s golf and field hockey were started. LPGA Hall of Famer Carol Mann was on one of the early UNCG women’s golf teams. In 1967, UNCG began men’s athletics and the intercollegiate athletics program received formal recognition from the university. In the fall of 1967, the Spartan was adopted as the program’s mascot. In 1968, UNCG’s men’s teams joined the Dixie Athletic Conference, known today as the USA South Conference, on the NCAA Division III level. Women’s teams competed as part of the AIAW early on, with UNCG being one of the lead organizers of the organization. Two of the first men’s sports were basketball and bowling. In 1971, with the emergence of the five-player rule in women’s basketball, UNCG finished fourth in the National Collegiate Tournament. Two years later, the women’s golf team won the AIAW national title – UNCG’s first-ever team national crown. Porter coached the squad and future professional golfer Donna Horton White was on the squad. Since then, UNCG has enjoyed a number of successes: • Five national titles in men’s soccer during the 1980s and a runner-up finish in women’s tennis. • An unprecedented five-year move from Division III to Division II to Division I -- went from Division III in 1987, to Division II in 1988-90 and have been Division I since 1991. • A trip to the “Big Dance” – the NCAA men’s basketball tournament – in just its fifth year of Division I status. • Men’s soccer coach Michael Parker and women’s basketball coach Lynne Agee were the first to lead teams to the NCAA tournament

in all three divisions. • A baseball squad built from scratch by Mike Gaski that made it to the NCAA tournament in just its fifth season of play. • A men’s soccer program that conquered all comers for two months to become the No. 1 team in the nation in 2004, the beginning of UNCG’s three straight NCAA tournament Round of 16 appearances and four in five years. • Kyle Hines, who became just the sixth player in college basketball history to record 2,000 points, 1,000 rebounds and 300 blocked shots in a career. • Individuals like wrestler Dock Kelly, who overcame birth defects that left him without legs, qualifying for the NCAA Championship. • Students like Siggi Eyjolffson, who earned Academic All-American honors three times. • Men’s basketball games moved off campus to the Greensboro Coliseum, one of the premier facilities in the country. From major league pitcher Brian Moehler to MLS champion Alejandro Moreno to LPGA star Becky Morgan, Spartan alumni have gone on to successful careers in sports. That success isn’t just limited to the playing field, either. The late Doug Hamilton was one of the pioneers within MLS and played on the UNCG national championship teams of the 1980s. Eyjolffson returned to his native Iceland and is one of the top people in his native country’s soccer federation, currently serving as their women’s national team head coach. Spartan athletics has had its success stories over the years … and the best is yet to come.


National Championships (Six Overall) Women’s Golf 1973 AIAW Men’s Soccer 1982 NCAA III Men’s Soccer 1983 NCAA III Men’s Soccer 1985 NCAA III Men’s Soccer 1986 NCAA III Men’s Soccer 1987 NCAA III

Conference Tournament Titles (44 overall; 32 in NCAA Div. I) Women’s Volleyball 1981 Women’s Basketball 1982 Women’s Volleyball 1982 Women’s Volleyball 1983 Women’s Basketball 1983 Softball 1983 Women’s Basketball 1984 Women’s Volleyball 1984 Women’s Basketball 1985 Women’s Basketball 1987 Women’s Basketball 1988 Softball 1988 Men’s Soccer 1993 ** Softball 1994 ** Women’s Soccer 1994 ** Men’s Soccer 1994 ** Softball 1995 ** Men’s Golf 1995 ** Women’s Golf 1995 ** Men’s Tennis 1995 ** Men’s Basketball 1996 ** Men’s Golf 1996 ** Women’s Golf 1996 ** Softball 1996 ** Women’s Soccer 1996 ** Men’s Soccer 1996 ** Baseball 1997 ** Women’s Tennis 1997 ** Softball 1997 ** Women’s Soccer 1997 Men’s Soccer 1998 Women’s Soccer 1998

Women’s Basketball Men’s Basketball Women’s Soccer Women’s Soccer Men’s Soccer Women’s Soccer Men’s Soccer Men’s Soccer Wrestling Men’s Tennis Men’s Soccer Women’s Soccer

1998 2001 2001 2003 2005 2006 ** 2006 2008 2010 2010 2010 2010

Conference Regular Season Titles (83 overall; 49 in NCAA Div. I) Men’s Tennis 1974 Men’s Basketball 1981 Men’s Tennis 1981 Women’s Volleyball 1981 Men’s Soccer 1981 Women’s Basketball 1982 Softball 1982 Women’s Tennis 1982 Women’s Volleyball 1982 Women’s Basketball 1983 Softball 1983 Women’s Tennis 1983 Women’s Volleyball 1983 Men’s Soccer 1983 Women’s Basketball 1984 Softball 1984 Men’s Tennis 1984 Women’s Tennis 1984 Women’s Volleyball 1984 Men’s Soccer 1984 Women’s Basketball 1985 Women’s Tennis 1985 Men’s Soccer 1985 Men’s Tennis 1986 Women’s Tennis 1986 Men’s Soccer 1986 Men’s Basketball 1987 Women’s Basketball 1987 Women’s Tennis 1987 Men’s Soccer 1987 Men’s Basketball 1988 Women’s Basketball 1988 Men’s Tennis 1988 Women’s Tennis 1988 Softball 1993

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1993 1993 1993 1994 1994 ** 1994 1994 1995 1995 1995 1995 1995 1995 1996 1996 1996 1996 1996 1997 1997 1997 ** 1997 ** 1997 ** 1998 ** 1998 ** 1998 ** 1998 ** 1999 ** 2000 ** 2001 ** 2001 ** 2002 ** 2002 2004 ** 2004 ** 2005 ** 2006 ** 2006 ** 2007 ** 2008 ** 2009 ** 2010 ** 2010 ** 2011 ** 2011 ** 2011 ** 2012 ^ 2012 ** 2012 **


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UNCG SOFTBALL STADIUM

The UNCG softball team moved into the brand new $3 million UNCG Softball Stadium for the 2006 season. The complex, located on the site of the old UNCG Softball Field, hosted its first contest on Feb. 22, 2006, when the Spartans welcomed Radford for a nonconference doubleheader. Construction of the new facility took a little over a year to complete. UNCG Softball Stadium will be the home to many events in the future. It already has served as the 2007 Southern Conference Softball Tournament and will host the tournament again in 2013. The complex includes a stadium with 500 permanent seats, a press box, a concession area behind home plate, spacious restroom facilities, a grounds storage building and an indoor hitting facility. The indoor hitting facility is more than 1,000 square feet in size. It contains two 12x70 batting cages and is air conditioned and heated, allowing year-round usage. The press box, located atop the seating behind home plate, is 360 square feet. It contains two broadcast booths and a main working media area designed to seat 10-12 people. It is also heated and air conditioned and has phone, ethernet and cable television facilities. The field itself is a Tiff Sport Bermuda Grass with a 90 percent profile and sand field. The outfield is surrounded by a 10-foot high wall and is 200 feet down the lines and 210 feet to straightaway center field. There is a 10-foot red stone warning track surrounding all sides of the field. The scoreboard is 15 x 28 and sits above the fence in right-center field. It has an inning-byinning scoreboard display, LED message board and is controlled by a wireless system. The seating structure is also ADA accessible by ramps down both the left and right field foul lines. There is also a ticketing facility in the right field corner. The field is also lighted for night games. A Musco design, there are six light poles in the configuration providing a minimum of 70 footcandles of illumination in the infield and 50 footcandles of lighting in the outfield. The dugouts are just as impressive. Totalling more than 700 square feet each, they, too, are ADA accessible and include bat storage racks, restrooms and drinking fountains and have direct access to the bullpen areas in the left and right field corners. The bullpens are fully enclosed and contain two full-use pitching areas. The Spartans at UNCG Softball Stadium Year Record 2006 10-18 2007 11-16 2008 10-12 2009 11-11 2010 12-14 2011 12-9 2012 8-13 Total 74-93

Pct. .357 .407 .455 .500 .462 .571 .381 .443


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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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hEAD cOACH jANELLE bRENEMAN First Season as Head Coach - Bloomsburg, 1993 Janelle Breneman, who has spent the past eight years in the SEC and ACC, was named the ninth head softball coach in UNCG softball history July 18, 2012. Breneman brings 17 years of collegiate coaching experience to UNCG, including nine years as a head coach at both Bucknell and East Stroudsburg. Breneman spent the past two seasons as the top assistant coach in the prestigious SEC at South Carolina under head coach Beverly Smith. She was the infield coach and played a pivotal role in the team’s defense, while assisting the team’s offense. Under her direction, South Carolina saw its fielding percentage improve over 26 points her first year in Columbia, while leading the SEC in double plays. Offensively, the Gamecocks improved in every statistical category during her tenure, including raising the team batting average 51 points in her first year. Prior to South Carolina, Breneman spent six seasons as an assistant coach at North Carolina for head coach Donna Papa. She helped the Tar Heels post five 40-plus win seasons and advance to the NCAA Tournament every season. She was an integral part of the program that was ranked in the Top 25 in four of her six seasons in Chapel Hill. Under her guidance, the North Carolina defense led the Atlantic Coast Conference in fielding each year and finished in the top 33 in NCAA Division I all six seasons. Offensively, the Tar Heels ranked in the top 100 in NCAA Division I in home runs per at-bat her final three seasons and she helped Danielle Spaulding become a three-time All-America recipient. During her tenure, eight different student-athletes received 14 All-ACC selections.


2013 UNCG S o f t b a l l Breneman came to UNC after two head coaching stints over a nine-year period at Bucknell (2001-04) and East Stroudsburg (1996-2000). During her run at Bucknell, the Bison made the Patriot League Tournament in 2004, when she was selected as the Patriot League Coach of the Year. She served five seasons as the head coach at Division II East Stroudsburg and helped the Warriors post their first winning season in four years with a 21-18 record in her rookie campaign. Breneman was also a standout on the field, playing two years in the Women’s Pro Softball League for the Georgia Pride, and was a four-year letterwinner at Bloomsburg University. She was the starting shortstop during her career and earned All-America honors as a senior. A three-time AllPennsylvania State Athletic Conference selection, she still holds the Huskies’ career record with 351 assists. She helped Bloomsburg to the NCAA Division II Championships all four years, finishing second in the nation in 1991 and third in both 1990 and 1992. Breneman earned a bachelor’s degree in adult health and cardiac rehabilitation from Bloomsburg in 1993. She was inducted into the Bloomsburg Athletics Hall of Fame in 2006 and the Ephrata High School Hall of Fame in 2001. Breneman File: 2011-12

South Carolina

Assistant Coach

2005-10

North Carolina

Assistant Coach

2001-04

Bucknell

Head Coach

1996-00

East Stroudsburg

Head Coach

1994-95

Georgia Pride

Professional player

1990-93

Bloomsburg

Student-Athlete

“We are excited to welcome Janelle Breneman to the UNCG family,” “She brings a wealth of knowledge both as a coach and a player to our program. She has been in the collegiate coaching ranks for 17 years and has developed a strong passion and knowledge for the game of softball. Her experience at the highest levels of collegiate competition in the SEC and ACC, will pay dividends for the UNCG softball program.” - UNCG Director of Athletics Kim Record


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Assistant Coach Sarah Kerr First Season as assistant coach - UL-Monroe, 1998 Kerr spent the past 10 seasons as the head coach of the Louisiana Tech Lady Techsters in the highly competitive Western Athletic Conference. Last season, she led LA Tech to its seventhstraight WAC Tournament appearance, becoming the third school to qualify for every tournament since 1996 joining Hawaii and Fresno State. In her 10 years at LA Tech she amassed a record of 240-338. During Kerr’s decade at Tech, her teams shattered numerous team and individual offensive records as she rebuilt a program that participated in numerous college world series and NCAA Tournaments during the 1980s and early ‘90s. Nine of the program’s top 10 all-time team home run marks have come under Kerr, including a program record 59 in 2009. Twenty-eight of her players have earned all-Western Athletic Conference honors, including at least one every year and a program-record five in 2009. Former shortstop Amberly Waits became the first LA Tech player to ever earn the WAC Player of the Year award as she was an easy selection in 2009 after winning the WAC Triple Crown (led league in average, home runs and RBI). Kerr has also had 36 of her players named to the Louisiana Sports Writers Association all-state team, including Waits who was named the 2009 Hitter of the Year. Outfielder Emma Barnes was named the state Freshman of the Year in 2006 and utility Melanie Goff was named the Newcomer of the Year in 2012. Kerr also emphasizes education, and it paid off during her tenure at Louisiana Tech. During the previous 10 years at Tech, a total of 43 of LA Tech’s student-athletes have earned a total of 90 Academic All-Western Athletic Conference honors, ranking among the most in the league during that time. Prior to coming to Louisiana Tech in 2003, Dawson served as an assistant coach at UL-Monroe from 2000 through 2002 and at Marshall University in 1999. Kerr was also a standout in the circle, compiling a record of 120-56 while registering 151 complete games, 1,242.1 innings pitched, 1,280 strikeouts and 74 career shutouts. Her complete games, innings pitched, strikeouts and career shutouts all ranked in the top 10 in NCAA Division I history while her 120 career wins ranked sixth. She still holds the school record for career victories, lowest earned run average (0.69), inning pitched, strikeouts, shutouts, games pitched, games started and complete games. Kerr continued to be successful after her collegiate career, joining the Women’s Professional Fast-pitch League in the summer of 1997, where she earned the first year league’s inaugural Most Valuable Player award, ranking No. 1 in wins (30) and saves (4) and second in shutouts, complete games, earned run average and opponent’s batting average. Kerr earned her bachelor’s degree in finance from UL-Monroe in 1998.


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Assistant Coach brittany McKinney First Season as assistant coach - North Carolina, 2011 McKinney comes to UNCG following a one-year stint with NC State as an assistant. In between coaching, McKinney is currently playing her second season for the Carolina Diamonds of the National Pro Fastpitch softball league. In 2011, McKinney posted solid numbers, leading the squad in batting average (.298) and RBI (11) as a rookie. In addition, she was one of two members of the team to be named to the NPF all-star squad. Prior to her professional career, McKinney notched a successful college career at North Carolina, starting all four years at catcher and in the DH slot for the Tar Heels. As a sophomore in 2009, she earned second team All-ACC honors after earning a .305 batting average and throwing out 19 of 27 base stealers from behind the plate. McKinney excelled in the classroom as well, earning a degree in communications and a minor in coaching in the spring of 2011. She was named to the All-ACC Softball Academic Team three times, and earned Dean’s List recognition four semesters throughout her career. As a senior, McKinney received the prestigious UNC Athletic Director’s scholar athlete award.


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2013 Schedule February

Sun

24

Furman *

1:00 PM

Charleston Southern Tournament (Charleston, S.C.)

Fri

29

at Elon *

5:00 PM

Sat

9

vs. George Mason

10:00 AM

Sat

30

at Elon *

1:00 PM

Sat

9

vs. Charleston Southern

2:00 PM

Sat

30

at Elon *

3:00 PM

Sun

10

vs. George Mason

1:00 PM

Alabama State Invitational (Montgomery, Ala.)

April

Fri

15

vs. Belmont

Noon

Thu

4

at North Carolina Central

2:00 PM

Fri

15

vs. Alabama State

5:00 PM

Thu

4

at North Carolina Central

4:00 PM

Sat

16

vs. Eastern Illinois

10:30 AM

Wed

10

Liberty

4:00 PM

Sat

16

vs. Belmont

4:30 PM

Sat

13

Appalachian State *

1:00 PM

Sun

17

vs. Eastern Illinois

10:00 AM

Sat

13

Appalachian State *

3:00 PM

Sun

14

Appalachian State *

1:00 PM

UNCG SPARTAN Classic (Greensboro, N.C.) Fri

22

vs. Quinnipiac

3:00 PM

Tue

16

at UNC Wilmington

5:00 PM

Fri

22

vs. Marshall

5:30 PM

Sat

20

at Chattanooga *

1:00 PM

Sat

23

vs. Marshall

12:30 PM

Sat

20

at Chattanooga *

3:00 PM

Sat

23

vs. Drexel

3:00 PM

Sun

21

at Chattanooga *

1:00 PM

Sun

24

vs. Quinnipiac

11:00 AM

Wed

24

at North Carolina

6:00 PM

Sat

27

at Georgia Southern *

1:00 PM

Sat

27

at Georgia Southern *

3:00 PM

Sun

28

at Georgia Southern *

1:00 PM

Sun

24

vs. Drexel

4:00 PM

March Winthrop Tournament (Rock Hill, S.C.)

May

Fri

1

vs. Dayton

.

11:00 AM

Sat

4

College of Charleston *

1:00 PM

Fri

1

vs. Hartford

5:00 PM

Sat

4

College of Charleston *

3:00 PM

Sat

2

vs. Rhode Island

3:00 PM

Sun

5

College of Charleston *

1:00 PM

Sat

2

vs. Virginia

5:00 PM

Sun

3

vs. Monmouth

10:00 AM

SOCON TOURNAMENT (Greensboro, N.C.) Wed

8

vs. TBA

TBA

Tue

5

at Virginia Tech

6:00 PM

Thu

9

vs. TBA

TBA

Sat

9

Samford *

1:00 PM

Fri

10

vs. TBA

TBA

Sat

9

Samford *

3:00 PM

Sat

11

vs. TBA

Sun

10

Samford *

1:00 PM

Thu

14

Charlotte

2:00 PM

Home games in bold.

Thu

14

Charlotte

4:00 PM

* Southern Conference Game

Sat

16

at Western Carolina *

1:00 PM

Sat

16

at Western Carolina *

3:00 PM

Sun

17

at Western Carolina *

1:00 PM

Wed

20

Towson

5:00 PM

Thu

21

at North Carolina A&T

2:00 PM

Thu

21

at North Carolina A&T

4:00 PM

Sat

23

Furman *

1:00 PM

Sat

23

Furman *

3:00 PM

TBA


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Chelsea Strandlund Aisha Figueroa

Tatiana Alcala

Toni MacReynolds

Katelyn Bedwell

Raeanne Hanks Dominique Madruga Erica Navarette

Eileen Horsmon

Danielle Vega

Kelly Lupton

Nicole Thomas

Sarah Kerr

Brittany McKinney

#1 • R/R • 2B • Fr. • 5-3 Victoria, British Columbia Lambrick Park Secondary

#7 • P • R/R • R-Jr. • 5-9 Rainier, Ore. Rainier Senior

Kiah Ruffin

#14 • OF • L/L • So. • 5-5 Wake Forest, N.C. Wake Forest-Rolesville

Lindsay Thomas #32 • C • R/R • Sr. • 5-7 Irvine, Calif. Northwood

#2 • UT • L/R • Jr. • 5-5 Virginia Beach, Va. Ocean Lakes

#8 • 2B/SS • R/R • So. • 5-5 San Diego, Calif. Cathedral Catholic

Heather Robb

#3 • 2B/OF • L/R • So. • 5-4 Oxnard, Calif. Pacifica

#6 • C • R/R • Jr. • 5-9 Surrey, British Columbia Elgin Park Secondary

#10 • P • R/R • So. • 5-10 #11 • 1B/UT • R/R • Sr. • 5-10 #12 • 3B • R/R • Fr. • 5-7 Dunkirk, Md. San Marcos, Calif. Rialto, Calif. Northern Mission Hills Aquinas

Allison Geiner

#15 • 2B • R/R• Sr. • 5-2 Apex, N.C. Middle Creek

#21 • OF • L/L • Fr. • 5-1 Raleigh, N.C. Middle Creek

Aubrey Baldwin

Janelle Breneman

#85 • OF • R/R • Sr. • 5-10 Tucson, Ariz. Catalina Foothills/Pima CC

#5 • C • R/R • Jr. • 5-6 Vienna, Va. James Madison HS

Head coach First season at UNCG

#22 • RHP • R/R • Fr. • 5-8 #23 • RHP/1B • R/R • Fr. • 5-6 Galloway, N.J. Irvine, Calif. Absegami Northwood

Assistant coach First season at UNCG

Assistant coach First season at UNCG


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2013 Roster No. 1 2 3 5 6 7 8 10 11 12 14 15 21 22 23 32 85

Name Chelsea Strandlund Aisha Figueroa Tatiana Alcala Toni MacReynolds Katelyn Bedwell Raeanne Hanks Dominique Madruga Erica Navarette Eileen Horsmon Danielle Vega Kiah Ruffin Heather Robb Allison Geiner Kelly Lupton Nicole Thomas Lindsay Thomas Aubrey Baldwin

Pos. B/T 2B/OF R/R UT L/R 2B/OF L/R C R/R C R/R RHP R/R 2B/SS R/R RHP R/R 1B/UT R/R 3B/OF R/R OF L/R INF R/R OF L/L RHP R/R RHP/1B R/R C R/R OF/3B R/R

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

Ht. 5-3 5-5 5-4 5-6 5-9 5-9 5-5 5-10 5-10 5-7 5-5 5-2 5-1 5-8 5-6 5-7 5-10

Hometown/Previous School Victoria, British Columbia/Lambrick Park Secondary Virginia Beach, Va./Ocean Lakes Oxnard, Calif./Pacifica Vienna, Va./James Madison HS Surrey, British Columbia/Elgin Park Secondary Rainier, Ore./Rainier Senior San Diego, Calif./Cathedral Catholic San Marcos, Calif./Mission Hills Dunkirk, Md./Northern Rialto, Calif./Aquinas Wake Forest, N.C./Wake Forest-Rolesville Apex, N.C./Middle Creek Raleigh, N.C./Middle Creek Galloway, N.J./Absegami Irvine, Calif./Northwood Irvine, Calif./Northwood Tucson, Ariz./Catalina Foothills/Pima CC

Head coach: Janelle Breneman (Bloomsburg, 1993), first season Assistant coach: Sarah Kerr (UL-Monroe, 1998), first season Assistant coach: Brittany McKinney (North Carolina, 2011), first season


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Roster breakdown

By Class

By Home State

Batters

Seniors (3)

Arizona (1)

Right-Handed (10)

Aubrey Baldin Eileen Horsmon Heather Robb

Aubrey Baldin

Aubrey Baldin Katelyn Bedwell Eileen Horsmon Toni MacReynolds Dominique Madruga Heather Robb Chelsea Strandlund Lindsay Thomas Nicole Thomas Danielle Vega

Juniors (4) Katelyn Bedwell Aisha Figueroa Raeanne Hanks (R-Jr) Toni MacReynolds

Sophomores (4) Tatiana Alcala Dominique Madruga Erica Navarette Kiah Ruffin

Freshmen (6) Allison Geiner Kelly Lupton Chelsea Strandlund Lindsay Thomas Nicole Thomas Danielle Vega

British Columbia (2) Katelyn Bedwell Chelsea Strandlund

California (6) Tatiana Alcala Dominique Madruga Erica Navarette Danielle Vega Lindsay Thomas Nicole Thomas

Maryland (1) Eileen Horsmon

Left-Handed (4) Tatiana Alcala Aisha Figueroa Allison Geiner Kiah Ruffin

North Carolina (3) Allison Geiner Heather Robb Kiah Ruffin

Pitchers

North Jersey (1)

Right-Handed (4)

Kelly Lupton

Oregon (1) Raeanne Hanks

Raeanne Hanks Kelly Lupton Erica Navarette Nicole Thomas

By Position

Virginia (2)

Outfielders (4)

Aisha Figueroa Toni MacReynolds

Pitchers (4)

Infielders (5)

Raeanne Hanks Kelly Lupton Erica Navarette Nicole Thomas

Tatiana Alcala Aubrey Baldwin Allison Geiner Kiah Ruffin

Designated Player/First Base (1) Eileen Horsmon

Aisha Figueroa Dominique Madruga Heather Robb Chelsea Strandlund Danielle Vega

Catchers (3) Katelyn Bedwell Toni MacReynolds Lindsay Thomas


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Heather #15 ROBB Senior - 2B - 5-2 - R/R - Apex, N.C./Middle Creek 2012 (Junior): Started all 56 games playing multiple positions for the Spartans at second base, shortstop and outfield … hit .250 with 39 hits, a career best seven doubles, 11 home runs, 30 RBI and a .506 slugging percentage … scored 30 runs and drew a team best 19 walks … her 11 home runs were tied for seventh best in the Southern Conference … had 10 multi-hit games, including two three-hit efforts against Elon (Mar.17) and Western Carolina (April 28) … hit first home run of the season against Drexel (Feb. 25) … hit home runs in back-to-back games at Appalachian State March 10-11, going a combined 4-for-10 with seven RBI and three runs scored in the series … continued her career success against Western Carolina, going 6-for-8 with two home runs and three RBI in the series, including a 3-for-3 effort in game one of the tilt … had a solo home run against Appalachian State (May 10) in the first game of the SoCon Tournament. 2011 (Sophomore): Made 56 appearances with 52 starts … started 50 games at second base and two in left field … hit .254 on the year … was second on the team with a career-high five home runs … had six doubles, a triple and 17 RBI, all career highs … scored 24 runs and drew 13 walks … had nine multi-hit games, including a stretch of three in four contests in early April … hit home runs in back-to-back games against Western Carolina on April 2-3, going a combined 5-for-9 with five RBI, two doubles and four runs scored in the series … was 3-for-6 in the following series against Liberty … had a two-run homer against NC State on March 23 … named Academic All-Southern Conference … selected to attend the inaugural NCAA Student-Athlete Leadership Forum at the Disney Contemporary Resort in Orlando, Fla. 2010 (Freshman): Appeared in 56 of UNCG’s 57 games, starting 52 at second base … hit .188 with a double, a triple, four home runs and 11 RBI … also drew 18 walks and scored 20 runs … was second on the team in stolen bases, going 6-for-9 … had four multihit games … went 1-for-3 with a triple in her first career game, against Drexel on Feb. 13 … was 2-for-3 with a run and three RBI against Bethune-Cookman later that day … was 2-for-2 with a solo homer against Appalachian State on April 11 … also had two-hit games against North Carolina A&T (April 22) and Elon (May 13) … hit her first career home run against Jacksonville State on March 7 … earned a spot on the Dean’s List for the spring semester. 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 three-time 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 Tri-8 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 ... majoring in business administration and sport management … vice president of UNCG’s Student-Athlete Advisory Committee.

Robb’s Statistics Year AVG. 2010 .188 2011 .254 2012 .250 TOTAL .231

GP/GS AB R 56-52 138 20 56-52 138 24 56-56 156 30 168-160 432 74

H 26 35 39 100

2B 1 6 7 14

3B HR RBI TB SLG% 1 4 11 41 .297 1 5 17 58 .420 0 11 30 79 .506 2 20 58 178 .412

BB 18 13 19 50

HBP 1 3 3 7

SO OB% SF SH 44 .283 2 1 39 .329 1 4 44 .343 0 2 127 .319 3 7

SB/ATT 6-9 3-7 4-9 13-25

PO A E 121 52 13 116 96 23 89 108 18 326 256 54

FLD% .930 .902 .916 .915


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Getting to Know Heather I chose UNCG because: I had an absolutely great time on my recruiting visit. Also they had an Icee machine in the EUC and I LOVE icees! Post College Ambition: In my wildest dreams I’d love to one day be doing marketing/ promotions for the Red Sox! Biggest obstacle I’ve had to overcome: My dad was in a pretty bad accident and was in the hospital for almost two months during my freshman year. Funniest moment of my athletic career: This picture from my sophomore year:

Most people don’t know: that I took piano lessons for 8 years and I’m actually still pretty good at it. Favorite quote: She is clothed with STRENGTH and dignity and laughs without fear of the future. -Proverbs 31:25 I am … not the shortest person on the team anymore thanks to little freshman Allison. I wish … that after I graduated I could just magically become a freshman again with 4 more years of eligibility so I could do it all again! I can … ’t explain how excited I am for the season to start this year!

We still can’t figure out what we’re actually doing. Pregame superstition: Glitter and bows... the locker room is filled with glitter and bows, and that pretty much explains it all.

I will … forever cherish and remember these amazing four years that I’ve had because of UNCG Softball and I will forever be thankful for everyone who helped me along the way.


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Aubrey #85 Baldwin Senior - OF - 5-10 - R/R - Tucson, Ariz./Catalina Foothills 2012 (Sophomore): Appeared in 49 games, including 40 starts for the Spartans in the outfield … finished with 25 hits, 24 runs, four doubles, 15 RBI and three stolen bases … went 1-for-3 with two RBI vs. Morehead State (Mar. 3) … had two RBI and two runs scored against NC Central (Mar. 7) … went 2-for-5 with a season best three RBI at Samford (April 1) … had six games with two or more runs scored and six multi-hit games. Freshman season at Pima (Ariz.) Community College (2011) Helped the Aztecs to a 51-14 record and a No. 9 national ranking in the final National Junior College Athletic Association poll of the season … appeared in 57 games, hitting .289 with 25 RBI and 23 runs … had three doubles and a triple … had seven multi-RBI games … was 5-for-5 in stolen base attempts … earned a spot on the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. High school A two-time all-region performer for Catalina Foothills High School in Tucson, Ariz. … earned all-state honors in 2009 … was a team captain and MVP as a senior … helped the Falcons to the state tournament each year, highlighted by a third-place finish in 2009 … earned the Athletic Academic Success Award from 2006-09 … also played a year of volleyball … played for club team Inferno from 2003-08 … appeared at the ASA Nationals twice, finishing ninth in 2009 … helped the team to an Arizona state championship in 2007. Personal Aubrey Renee Baldwin ... born Nov. 6, 1990, in Tucson, Ariz. ... daughter of Jim and Denise Baldwin ... has two younger siblings, Lexi and Austin … uncle Bill Benton play golf at Michigan and aunt Kristine Benton ran track for the Wolverines … majoring in history.

Baldwin’s Statistics Year AVG. GP/GS AB R H 2012 .203 49-40 123 24 25 TOTAL .203 49-40 123 24 25

2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO OB% SF SH SB/ATT PO A E 4 0 0 15 29 .236 8 2 26 .259 2 5 3-3 42 4 2 4 0 0 15 29 .236 8 2 26 .259 2 5 3-3 42 4 2

FLD% .958 .958


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Getting to Know Aubrey I chose UNCG because: I absolutely love North Carolina. It’s so beautiful and so different from home. UNCG has amazing facilities as well. What sold me was the team, these girls are my family and I trust them with my life. Post College Ambition: I would love to pursue a career in Major League Baseball. I’ve spent most of my life around a field and I’ve always had so much fun. My goal is to pass that experience on to others. Biggest obstacle I’ve had to overcome: Living 3,000 miles away from my family and my best friend, Courtney. We’re extremely close and it’s tough but we make it work. Funniest moment of my athletic career: Honestly, everyday we find something to laugh about. Anything from how awkward I am to how short Robb is… There’s never a dull moment with these girls! Pregame superstition: I always call my dad. He always helps me focus and reminds me that it’s as simple as playing catch and making contact.

Most people don’t know: Well, most people closest to me know this but I love David Wright! Go Mets! Favorite quote: “I hate Thomas the Choo Choo Train. ‘I think I can I think I can?’ No no no no no. You gotta know you can.” –My friend Joey I am … extremely competitive. I want to win EVERYTHING! I wish … I could be a part of this team forever. Knowing that you have 16 other girls that have your back is awesome. I can … I don’t know what to say for this!! Ah! I will … always look back and enjoy the memories of being here at UNCG. I wouldn’t change my time here for anything!


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Eileen #11 Horsmon Senior - 1B/UT - 5-10 - R/R - Dunkirk, Md./Northern 2012 (Junior): Was a 2012 NCCSIA All-State Softball Team selection … started all 56 games for the Spartans at first base … was third on the team with a .297 batting average on 49 hits … led the team with 10 doubles and second with 10 home runs … posted a team best 46 RBI, which was sixth best in the Southern Conference … tied for the team lead with 30 runs scored and two triples … had a team best .564 slugging percentage and second in on base percentage (.366) … went 4-for-4 against Fordham (Feb. 17) with two home runs, a double, four RBI and three runs scored … put together a six-game hitting streak from Feb. 25 through Mar. 4 … fell one RBI short of a school record with six at Samford (April 1), hitting her second career Grand Slam in the process … also had a walk-off RBI single in a 6-5 win over Western Carolina (April 28) … finished with 12 multi-hit and multi-RBI games … was 5-for-7 with a home run and three RBI in the series against the College of Charleston (April 21) … also was second on the team in fielding percentage at .981, making just eight errors in 389 putouts. 2011 (Sophomore): Was a second-team All-Southern Conference selection at designated player for the second-straight season after earning preseason all-conference first-team honors … saw action in 47 games with 44 starts … also saw time at first base and third base … hit .269 with three home runs and 14 RBI … scored 13 runs, drew 14 walks and had three doubles … turned in the second-best fielding percentage on the team, committing just one error in 112 total chances for a .991 mark … had five multi-hit games, including a 3-for-3 performance with a homer, three RBI and two runs against Furman on March 26 … was 5-for-8 with two homers and five RBI in the series against the Paladins … made the Dean’s List both semesters … Academic All-SoCon selection and an NFCA Scholar-Athlete. 2010 (Freshman): Earned second-team All-Southern Conference honors and was a SoCon All-Freshman pick … was named to the SoCon Championship All-Tournament Team … named to the North Carolina Collegiate Sports Information Association All-State Team … appeared in 52 games with 47 starts, mostly at designated player … also saw action at first base and third base … hit .326 with six doubles, a triple, six home runs and 21 RBI … scored 23 runs and drew 16 walks … was second on the team in average, on-base percentage (.409) and home runs … third in runs, hits (44), total bases (70) and slugging percentage (.519) … had 12 multi-hit games and six multi-RBI games … turned in a nine-game hitting streak from April 17-27, hitting .519 (14-for-27) over that span … had three three-hit games, doing so against NC State (Mar. 25), Western Carolina (April 18) and Chattanooga (May 13) … her 3-for-4 effort against the top-seeded Lady Mocs in the SoCon tournament included a grand slam that sent UNCG to the 4-1 win … hit .429 in four SoCon tourney games … her two-run homer against Chattanooga on May 1 accounted for UNCG’s lone hit in the game … had a double, triple and three RBI against Marshall on March 24 … hit a solo homer against Niagara on Feb. 28 for her first career home run … earned a spot on the Dean’s List for the fall semester. 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 sociology with a concentration in criminology.

Horsmon’s Statistics Year AVG. 2010 .326 2011 .269 2012 .297 TOTAL .298

GP/GS AB R 52-47 135 23 47-44 119 13 56-56 165 30 155-147 419 66

H 44 32 49 125

2B 6 2 10 18

3B HR RBI TB SLG% 1 6 21 70 .519 0 3 14 43 .361 2 10 46 93 .564 3 19 81 206 .492

BB 16 14 18 48

HBP 3 1 3 7

SO OB% SF SH 33 .409 0 0 24 .351 0 1 32 .366 5 1 89 .376 5 2

SB/ATT 1-1 1-2 1-1 3-4

PO A E 26 4 3 107 4 1 389 29 8 522 37 12

FLD% .909 .991 .981 .979


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Getting to Know Eileen I chose UNCG because: I thought the campus was beautiful and I bonded instantly with the girls on the team during my official visit. Post College Ambition: To work in law enforcement and eventually the FBI. Biggest obstacle I’ve had to overcome: Working through adversity and change. Funniest moment of my athletic career: Falling harder than a tree during speed and power my freshman year. Pregame superstition: Eyeblack.

Most people don’t know: I wish I could be a professional golfer. Favorite quote: If it was easy, everyone would do it. I am …grateful for softball and the friendships it has given me. I wish … I could meet Tim Tebow. I can … do anything I put my mind to. I will … win a championship.


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Katelyn #6 Bedwell Junior - C - 5-9 - R/R - Surrey, British Columbia/Elgin Park Secondary 2012 (Sophomore): Was named second team All-Southern Conference … started all 56 games for the Spartans at catcher or designated player … hit .299, second on the team, on 49 hits, 20 runs scored, five doubles, one triple, 11 home runs, 40 RBI and a .543 slugging percentage … her 11 home runs were tied for seventh in the SoCon … was eighth in the SoCon with 40 RBI … had 10 multi-hit games, including three games with three hits …went 3-for-4 with a three-run home run and a career-high five RBI against UNC Asheville (Mar. 20) … had nine multi-RBI games … blasted a game-winning solo home run against Liberty (April 4) as part of a 2-for-3 game with four RBI … produced a career-high seven game hitting streak from Feb. 25 through Mar. 4 … finished with two home runs in conference play against College of Charleston (April 21) and Western Carolina (April 28) … also threw out a team-leading seven runners behind the plate. 2011 (Freshman): Was named to the Southern Conference All-Freshman Team … hit .324, the third-best mark for Spartans … was second on the team with a .472 slugging percentage, as she had seven doubles, a team-best three triples and one home run … knocked in 21 runs and scored 11 … committed just one error on the year for a team-leading .994 fielding percentage … threw out nine runners trying to steal, including one each in three straight games late in the season … had eight multi-hit games and six multi-RBI games … was 3-for-4 and fell a home run short of the cycle in leading UNCG to a 4-1 win over Samford in the second round of the SoCon tournament on May 12. High school Played volleyball and soccer for Elgin Park Secondary in White Rock, British Columbia … softball was not offered at Elgin Park … member of Softball Canada’s Junior Women’s National Team, helping Canada to a second-place finish at the III Pan American Championship in Bogota, Colombia, and a spot in the 2011 ISF World Championship in Cape Town, South Africa … played for the Washington LadyHawks Gold-Miller, the White Rock Renegades and the Victoria Devils club teams, winning a provincial championship and finishing third in the Canadian championship with the Devils in 2008 … played with the B.C. provincial baseball team from 2005-08, winning a gold medal Canadian championship … won the provincial championship with the White Rock Volleyball Club … earned the Meritorious School Student Award at Elgin Park. Personal Katelyn Jean Grace Bedwell ... born March 2, 1992, in Vancouver, British Columbia ... daughter of Don and Rita Bedwell ... has two siblings, Fraser and Taylor … intends to major in elementary education.

Bedwell’s Statistics Year AVG. 2011 .324 2012 .299 TOTAL .309

GP/GS AB R 42-38 108 11 56-56 164 20 98-94 272 31

H 35 49 84

2B 7 5 12

3B HR RBI TB SLG% 3 1 21 51 .472 1 11 40 89 .543 4 12 61 140 .515

BB 7 8 15

HBP 1 4 5

SO OB% SF SH 10 .364 2 2 20 .337 5 4 30 .348 7 6

SB/ATT 0-0 0-0 0-0

PO A E 150 24 1 80 12 3 230 36 4

FLD% .994 .968 .985


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Getting to Know Katelyn I chose UNCG because: I wanted to experience a different side of the country of the US.

Most people don’t know: I am a published poet, and love to write.

Post College Ambition: to start a large family (eight children+)

Favorite quote: “you control your own destiny” & “everything works out in the end.”

Biggest obstacle I’ve had to overcome: not sure as I am blessed to be where I am currently. Funniest moment of my athletic career: when I was taking outfield when I was six and got hit in forehead by a pop fly and had to go to soccer after. Needless to say my headers were non existent that day. I also never returned to the outfield. Pregame superstition: “no glitter no glory”. I always have to have glitter on my eyes.. Since freshman year (copyright).

I am …going to become famous with the KATELYN KAM one day. I wish … to travel the world. I can … quote every Shania Twain song. I will … break Socon and UNCG hitting records before I leave.


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Aisha #2 Figueroa Junior - UTL - 5-5 - R/L - Virginia Beach, Va./Ocean Lakes 2012 (Sophomore): Appeared in 43 games, starting 43 at shortstop and third base for the Spartans … hit .283 on 41 hits with one doubles, two triples, 13 RBI and 22 runs scored … first on the team in stolen bases with 14 and was tied for seventh in the Southern Conference … her .283 average was fourth best on the team … had 12 multi-hit games and four games with two or more runs scored … went 3-for-4 at Jacksonville (Feb. 10), a 3-for-4 effort against Georgia Southern (April 6) and a season-best 3-for-3 game against Chattanooga (May 5) … stole two bases at Liberty (April 4) and against Western Carolina (April 28) .. was second on the team with 80 assists in the field … had a season high four game hitting streak from April 28 through May 5, putting together seven hits in 14 at bats. Puerto Rico national team (2011) Played with Puerto Rico’s full national team at the Pan American Games in Guadalajara, Mexico, in the fall of 2011 … played second base and batted second … started all seven games … went 9-for-22 to hit a team-best .409, the fourth-best mark at the tournament … had hits in six of Puerto Rico’s seven games with three multi-hit games … was 5-for-5 in stolen base attempts … scored seven runs. 2011 (Freshman): Was a Southern Conference All-Freshman selection … hit .275 with 13 RBI and 29 runs scored, second-most on the team … led the team and was fourth in the SoCon in stolen bases, going 21-for-23 … shared the team lead with 10 sacrifices … drew 17 walks … started 56 of UNCG’s 58 games, all at third base … had 12 multi-hit games, including two stretches of four straight … had a three-hit contest in a win over Samford on April 30 … had six games with multiple stolen bases, including a three-steal game against Western Carolina on April 2 … stole seven bases against the Catamounts over the course of the series, adding a pair in each of the other two games. High school Three-time All-Tidewater District and All-Eastern Region pick for Ocean Lakes High School in Virginia Beach, Va. … honorable mention all-state in 2010, when she helped the Dolphins to the state semifinals and a program-best 22-4 record … hit .419 in 2009 and only struck out three times … was 36-for-39 in stolen base attempts and helped Ocean Lakes to a district title and the Eastern Region semifinals … played four years of club ball for the Virginia Legends … in the classroom, was a member of the Honor Roll and the National Honor Society. Personal Aisha Nicole Figueroa ... born Dec. 20, 1991, in Lakewood, N.J. ... daughter of Jose and Rosana Figueroa ... has two older siblings, Joshua and Yasmin … majoring in sociology with a concentration in criminology.

Figueroa’s Statistics Year AVG. 2011 .275 2012 .283 TOTAL .279

GP/GS AB R 56-56 149 29 43-43 145 22 99-99 294 51

H 41 41 82

2B 1 1 2

3B HR RBI TB 0 0 13 42 2 0 13 46 2 0 26 88

SLG% .282 .317 .299

BB 17 12 29

HBP 3 2 5

SO OB% SF SH 29 .361 0 10 25 .344 1 2 54 .353 1 12

SB/ATT 21-23 14-15 35-38

PO A E 62 131 8 67 80 10 129 211 18

FLD% .960 .936 .950


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Getting to Know Aisha I chose UNCG because: I loved the campus and the team. The team was very welcoming on my visit, made me feel right at home.

Funniest moment of my athletic career: During training, Chad (our old trainer) had us pushing sleds with weights on them out behind the softball field. Post College Ambition: I After you pushed the sled, went to do something with law you had to run back down enforcement. Start out as a the way you came. My cop and eventually be able to partner, Gabel, went before I work for the NCIS. did. Her legs were so dead by the time she pushed the Biggest obstacle I’ve had to sled the whole way, that overcome: My sister passing when it came time for her to away, and being able to keep sprint back, she kept failing. moving forward with my life, She would get up again and because I know that is what she try and run, and would just would have wanted me to do. face plant into the ground. It was the funniest thing I Pregame superstition: When had ever seen! warming up, I always have to be in between the same people every single game. I am … dedicated. Most people don’t know: that I have two middle names. Favorite quote: “You have to do what others won’t, to achieve what others don’t.”

I wish … to be successful. I can … sleep till 3 p.m. if you let me! I will … strive to get better in some way, every single day!


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Toni #5 MacReynolds Junior - C - 5-6 - R/R - Vienna, Va./James Madison 2012 (Sophomore): Started all 56 games at catcher or designated player for the Spartans … hit a career-best .232 with two doubles, one home run, 15 RBI and 13 runs scored … threw out six runners trying to steal during the season … was first on the team with a .982 fielding percentage, committing just three errors in 140 putouts … blasted first career home run at Samford (March 31), a two-run shot with two RBI … had three games with two or more runs scored … picked up six multi-hit games and three games with multiple RBI … had a season-best three walks against Elon (March 17). 2011 (Freshman): Walked onto the team in the fall and earned significant playing time in the spring … appeared in 23 games with 18 starts, including the season-opener … hit .225 with three doubles, two RBI and two runs scored … threw out four runners trying to steal, including two against Eastern Kentucky on Feb. 20 in the championship of the Charlotte First Pitch Classic … caught a nine-inning no-hitter against No. 23 Florida State in her first career start (Feb. 11) … had three multi-hit games, in back-to-back-to-back games … was 3-for-4 with a run scored against UAB on March 6 … was an NFCA Scholar-Athlete … member of the Dean’s and Chancellor’s lists both semesters. High school Was a two-time All-Liberty District selection for James Madison High School, taking first-team honors at third base as a senior and second-team honors at catcher as a sophomore … also earned all-region distinction as a senior … helped the Warhawks to Liberty District and Northern Region titles in 2010, as well as a state semifinals appearance … played club ball for the Glory Gold and the Virginia Shamrocks, helping the Shamrocks to a seventh-place finish at the ASA Nationals 16U in 2008 … in the classroom, earned the Scholar Athlete Award and the American Legion Certificate of School Award … member of the marching band and concert band and earned a varsity letter in academics (3.5 gpa or better). Personal Toni Michelle MacReynolds ... born March 20, 1992, in Bethesda, Md. ... daughter of William MacReynolds and Sue McLeod ... has three older siblings, Samantha, Bree and Bobby … Samantha is also enrolled at UNCG … majoring in psychology and mathematics.

MacReynolds’s Statistics Year AVG. 2011 .225 2012 .232 TOTAL .231

GP/GS AB R 23-18 40 2 56-56 142 13 79-74 182 15

H 9 33 42

2B 3 2 5

3B HR RBI TB 0 0 2 12 0 1 15 38 0 1 17 50

SLG% .300 .268 .275

BB 2 13 15

HBP 0 2 2

SO OB% SF SH 8 .262 0 2 10 .306 0 7 18 .296 0 9

SB/ATT 0-0 0-0 0-0

PO A E 39 7 3 140 21 3 179 28 6

FLD% .939 .982 .972


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Getting to Know Toni I chose UNCG because: of the beautiful and relatively small campus environment, the opportunity to pursue a competitive degree in the field I want to have a career in. Post College Ambition: Graduate school with ambitions to have a career in sports psychology. Biggest obstacle I’ve had to overcome: Being a walkon, I came to this team in the middle of the fall season and had to make relationships with teammates and coaches quickly and learn how the team played to make up for lost time. Funniest moment of my athletic career: One day before conditioning we were all having a bad day so we gave Dominique Madruga a unibrow with eyeblack which turned everyone’s mood around.

Pregame superstition: Right after the national athem I write “KK” in the dirt (to remember a former teammate who has passed). Most people don’t know: I’m a vegetarian Favorite quote: “What lies behind you and what lies before you are tiny matters compared to what lies within you-” Ralph Waldo Emerson I am … a team player I wish … to travel the world I can ... play the marimba, bassoon and the piano. I will … work as hard as I can so we can win a championship.


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Raeanne #7 Hanks R-Junior - RHP - 5-9 - R/R - Rainier, Oregon/Rainier Senior 2012 (Redshirt Junior): Sat out the season due to a medical hardship. 2011 (Sophomore): Made 25 appearances with six starts, going 7-3 on the year … turned in a 4.68 ERA and picked up her first two career saves … struck out 52 batters in 61 1/3 innings … was the Southern Conference Pitcher of the Week on May 2 after going 3-0 with a 0.00 ERA and a save in four appearances, allowing just four singles on the week … in her three losses, eight of the 12 runs charged to her were unearned … struck out a career-best eight batters in a win over Western Carolina on April 2 … struck out two of the three batters she faced in the seventh inning against Samford to save UNCG’s win over the Bulldogs in the SoCon tournament on May 12. 2010 (Freshman): Made 16 appearances, including four starts … turned in a 2-1 record and a 3.82 ERA … struck out 33 batters and walked 20 … went the distance and picked up the win in her first career game, a 5-3 win over Bethune-Cookman on Feb. 13 … topped College of Charleston on March 20, allowing a run on three hits in four innings … struck out a season-high five in three innings of no-hit relief against Niagara on Feb. 26 … matched that with five strikeouts in the win over CofC … allowed one run in 5 2/3 innings of relief against Delaware on Feb. 19, but took the loss … took no-decisions in starts against Niagara (Feb. 28) and Georgia Southern (March 13) … allowed two earned runs or fewer in each of her four starts. 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 all-state 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 younger siblings, Cassie, Nick and Jayce … majoring in social work.

Hank’s Statistics Year ERA 2010 3.82 2011 4.68 TOTAL 4.32

W/L APP 2-1 16 7-3 25 9-4 41

GS 4 6 10

CG 1 1 2

SHO SV IP 0/0 0 44.0 0/0 2 61.1 0/0 2 105.1

H R ER 60 31 24 81 58 41 141 89 65

BB 20 45 65

SO 33 52 85

2B 5 13 18

3B 0 0 0

HR 11 5 16

BF 220 319 539

BAvg .311 .308 .309

WP 13 16 29

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Getting to Know Raeanne I chose UNCG because: The campus was beautiful, the softball facilities were great, the people were nice and I liked North Carolina. Post College Ambition: Working in social work and coaching. Biggest obstacle I’ve had to overcome: My shoulder surgery I had in March 2012. Funniest moment of my athletic career: Chelsea D’Ambrosio, a teammate my freshman year, tripped over second base after hitting a double. Pregame superstition: If my warm up is bad, I will do fine. I worry when I feel good during warm-ups.

Most people don’t know: I love sushi! Favorite quote: “rule No. 76 No excuses, play like a champion” -Wedding Crashers I am …a boss! I wish … I could travel to a new place every weekend. I can … cross stitch. I will … pitch UNCG to a first place SoCon tournament finish :)


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Dominique #8 Madruga Sophomore - 2B/ss - 5-5 - R/R - San Diego, calif./Cathedral Catholic 2012 (Freshman): Appeared in 50 games, starting 49 in the outfield and at second base for the Spartans … hit .252 with 32 hits, two home runs, 12 RBI, 25 runs scored and seven stolen bases … was third on the team with a .358 on base percentage … first on the team and tied for second in the SoCon in hit by pitches … had five multi-hit games, including a 2-for-3 effort in the final game of the season against the College of Charleston (May 11) in the SoCon Tournament … hit her first career home run at Samford (Mar. 31) and added her second against the College of Charleston (May 11) … scored two or more runs twice … finished fifth on the team in batting average (.252). High school Four-time All-San Diego City Western League shortstop for Cathedral Catholic High School … also a four-time San Diego Union-Tribune All-Academic Team selection … hit .427 as a senior and finished her career with a .380 average … was a first-team All-San Diego California Interscholastic Federation Division III selection in 2010 and second team in 2011 … was also Cathedral Catholic’s defensive player of the year in 2010 and MVP and Most Inspirational in 2011 … helped the Dons to CIF semifinals appearances all four years and a 2008 Western League title … earned the Joseph King Memorial Scholarship and the Jenna Druck Foundation Sprit of Leadership Award … played eight years of travel ball, including four for the San Diego Legacy … was selected to The Next Level Softball premier tournament team in 2010 … helped the team to a third-place finish in the Southern California State Championships and a ninth-place finish at ASA nationals in 2009 and a seventh-place finish at ASA nationals in 2011 … also a forward and captain for the San Diego Albion soccer club for six years. Personal Dominique Marie Madruga ... born Oct. 3, 1993, in San Diego, Calif. ... daughter of John and Marie Madruga ... has two older siblings, Pete and Nicole … father and brother played football at San Diego State University … major is undecided.

Madruga’s Statistics Year AVG. GP/GS AB R H 2012 .252 50-49 127 25 32 TOTAL .252 50-49 127 25 32

2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO OB% SF SH SB/ATT PO A E FLD% 5 0 2 12 43 .339 12 9 27 .358 0 4 7-8 91 66 10 .940 5 0 2 12 43 .339 12 9 27 .358 0 4 7-8 91 66 10 .940


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Getting to Know Dominique I chose UNCG because: when I met the girls I knew they would become friends for a lifetime. Secondly, being from the west coast going all the way to the east coast I knew it was going to be a challenge but I was up for it becuase I knew it would make me better and allow me to grow as a women. Lastly, as a child it was my dream to play Divison I softball. Post College Ambition: My post college ambitions are the same as they were before but now each step of the way when i acheive those ambitions I had once wrote down on a piece of paper I cross each one out and look to conquer the next. Biggest obstacle I’ve had to overcome: is being so far away from my family and learning how to deal with huge obstacles on my own, and across the country which have made me ultimately stronger. Funniest moment of my athletic career: When I showed up all ready for practice and ran out on the field and forgot my glove so I ran to grab it from my bag, and it was gone... I lost my glove and it is still a mystery of UNCG softball as to where it is. Pregame superstition: I always read a couple Bible verses before the game and the verse that stands out to me the most I always write on my forearm before the game in sharpie.

Most people don’t know: That I was a starting center forward for soccer as well as captain and I was going to college to play soccer. Favorite quote: Quit making excuses, putting it off, complaining about it, dreaming about it, whining about it, crying about it, believing you cant, worrying if you can, waiting until your older, skinner, richer, braver, or all around better, suck it up, hold on tight, say a prayer, make a plan and just do it. I am …The youngest of three, an aunt, a cousin, a friend, a bestfriend, a hardworking young women that has dreams and wont stop at anything. I wish … that during my time at UNCG I will recive a SoCon ring. I can … make mistakes in life and allow those mistakes to define me but instead I chose to learn from those and allow them to make me a better person. I will …be the best I can in all aspects of life, always looking to better the person I am and not lose sight of the person I want to become. I will continue to be the best daughter, sister, cousin, aunt, friend, teammate, player and leader that I can be.


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Tatiana #3 Alcala Sophomore - 2B/OF - 5-4 - L/R - Oxnard, Calif./Pacifica 2012 (Freshman): Started 45 of 48 appearances for the Spartans at third base, second base, shortstop and as an outfielder during freshman season … had 13 hits, 22 runs, one double, one home run, six RBI and was a perfect 6-for-6 in stolen bases … was third on the team with 68 assists in the field … added her first career home run at Appalachian State (March 10) that included a 2-for-4 effort with two RBI … set a season best with three hits at Gardner-Webb (Mar. 22) and had two RBI … produced two RBI against Rider (Feb. 26) … finished the season with two multi-hit games against Appalachian State (March 10) and Gardner-Webb (March 22). High school Four-time All-Pacific View League infielder for Pacifica High School, earning first-team honors twice … was inducted into the Ventura County Sports Hall of Fame as a senior … was Pacifica’s Ventura County Sports Hall of Fame Athlete of the Year … earned the team’s Coaches Award as a freshman and was the Tritons’ MVP as a junior and senior … holds the school record with 86 stolen bases … named Pacifica’s Female Athlete of the Year, becoming the first softball player in school history to earn the award … was also a team captain and two-time all-league selection in basketball … was the team’s offensive player of the year as a freshman and defensive player of the year as a junior and senior … selected for the East vs. West All-Star Game … helped Pacifica to three straight Pacific View titles in basketball … was a scholar-athlete all four years in both sports … valedictorian of the Teaching Educational Careers Academy … United States Marine Corps Distinguished Athlete … earned the Triton Lamp Award for consecutive semesters of a 3.75 GPA or better … played for Victory USA Gold for a year and Pumas Gold for two … helped Pumas Gold to third place at the ASA nationals. Personal Tatiana Alcala ... born April 7, 1993, in Oxnard, Calif. ... daughter of Alfredo and Maria Alcala ... has two older siblings, Alfredo III and Jesica, and a younger brother, David … brother Alfredo pitched at Oxnard College and the University of Dubuque (Iowa) … Jesica played shortstop at Oxnard College and Dakota State (S.D.) University … Jesica is also in the Ventura County Sports Hall of Fame … major is undecided.

Alcala’s Statistics Year AVG. GP/GS AB R H 2012 .107 48-45 122 22 13 TOTAL .107 48-45 122 22 13

2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO OB% SF SH SB/ATT PO A E FLD% 1 0 1 6 17 .139 14 1 24 .203 1 5 6-6 52 68 12 .909 1 0 1 6 17 .139 14 1 24 .203 1 5 6-6 52 68 12 .909


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Getting to Know Tatiana I chose UNCG because: I fell in love with the campus and I wanted to be in a different atmosphere compared to California. Post College Ambition: I want to be teaching elementary kids as well as coach a softball team. Biggest obstacle I’ve had to overcome: was when I broke my nose four days before returning to UNCG, and had to overcome the fear of getting hit again when on the field. Funniest moment of my athletic career: was last year (freshman year) when I hit a home run over Appalachian State’s fence, everyone was surprised and shocked and so was I. I literally sprinted around the bases because it was my first home run that went over the fence and I didn’t know what to do. Everyone kept telling me to slow down and jog, but I couldn’t help it!!! Pregame superstition: I tie my shoelaces really really tight

for game days and i have to put my own eye black on and it has to be perfect, and of course i wear a bow in my hair. Most people don’t know: I am naturally a right handed batter, but was switched to left handed in the middle of a game. Favorite quote: I love winning, but I hate losing more. I am …short in stature, but big at heart. I wish … I was as big, tall, and strong as I feel like I am. I can … turn my hand around 360 degrees when its laid flat on a flat surface. I will … become the first educator in my family


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Kiah #14 Ruffin Sophomore - OF - 5-5 - L/R - Wake Forest, N.C./Wake Forest-Rolesville 2012 (Freshman): Appeared in 44 games, including 28 starts for the Spartans in the outfield … had 13 hits, six runs, two RBI and two stolen bases during her freshman campaign … added both RBI in a doubleheader against Western Carolina (April 28) … picked up stolen bases against Rider (Feb. 26) and at Charlotte (March 8) … set a season best with two runs scored at Gardner-Webb (March 22). High school All-state, all-district, All-Capital 8 Conference and all-academic performer for Wake Forest-Rolesville High School … held the Cougars’ career steals record by her junior year and led the team in steals each year … didn’t lose a league game in her career, helping Wake Forest-Rolesville continue a 123-game Cap-8 winning streak that dates back to 2001 ... helped the team to a 21-4 record as a senior and the third round of the state playoffs … won four conference titles … reached the second round of the state playoffs in each of her first three seasons … also ran indoor track for WF-R and was on the sports medicine team, the dance team, including a year of honors dance, and was a member of the National Achievers Society, the Key Club and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes … on the club level, played in the ASA Southern Regional Nationals for the NC Flames and the ASA Eastern Regional Nationals with Triangle Lightning … named to the National Softball Association/National Scouting Report Talent Search All-Tournament Team while with the Lightning … while with the Flames, participated in the Queen of the Diamond Showcase … most recently played with the Lady Lightning Gold and the NC Dominators Elite 18U. Personal Kiah Nicole Ruffin ... born Oct. 12, 1993, in Durham, N.C. ... daughter of Michael and Tina Ruffin ... has a younger brother, Julian … uncle Anthony Sykes attended UNCG … uncle Keith Daniel played football at Duke … majoring in kinesiology.

Ruffin’s Statistics Year AVG. GP/GS AB R 2012 .163 44-28 80 6 TOTAL .163 44-28 80 6

H 13 13

2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO OB% SF SH SB/ATT PO A E 0 0 0 2 13 .163 1 0 14 .173 0 3 2-4 38 5 1 0 0 0 2 13 .163 1 0 14 .173 0 3 2-4 38 5 1

FLD% .977 .977


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Getting to Know Kiah I chose UNCG because: of the close-knit student body and proximity to home. Post College Ambition: to be a NFL athletic trainer.

Most people don’t know: I’ve been dancing since I was five. and i was on dance team for three years in high school.

Biggest obstacle I’ve had to Favorite quote: “Even if overcome: realizing that i have you’re on the right track, you’ll get run over if you just a voice and that i can use it. sit there.” Will Rogers Funniest moment of my athletic career: running in to I am … a God-fearing a fence and split my forehead strong black woman. during a softball tournament after warmups and then played I wish … that people could the best game of the season. see each other as God sees had a band-aid that covered us. half of my forehead the rest of the day. I can … accomplish Pregame superstition: anything i set my mind to. praying, listen to upbeat music. I will … always remember where I came from and use that for where im going!


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Erica #10 Navarette Sophomore - RHP - 5-10 - R/R - San Marcos, Calif./Mission Hills 2012 (Freshman): Appeared in 37 games, starting 20 as a pitcher for the Spartans … finished her freshman season with a 6-13 record and a 4.42 ERA … had a team-leading four saves and 11 complete games … her four saves were tied for first in the Southern Conference … was second on the team with 87 strikeouts and eighth in the SoCon … tossed seven innings allowing no earned runs with seven strikeouts in a tough loss against Saint Louis (Feb. 11) … threw six games with five or more strikeouts … earned her first collegiate win against Kennesaw State (March 4), allowing just two earned runs with five strikeouts … tossed a complete-game victory against Appalachian State (March 10) … had two wins in relief at Samford (April 1) and at Liberty (April 4) … followed that performance with a five inning win to finish off a two-game doubleheader sweep at Liberty (April 4) … pitched three scoreless innings against Western Carolina (April 28) in relief to pick up her sixth win … finished with 155.1 innings pitched. High school Two-time All-Avocado League performer and two-time all-conference honorable mention for Mission Hills High School in San Marcos, Calif. … was the Grizzlies’ team MVP as a junior and senior … first-team All-Avocado League, Spotlight Sports Magazine All-Star and second-team All-San Diego Section and All-North County in 2011 after going 18-8 with a 2.07 ERA … was also second in North County with 186 strikeouts … also a three-time North County Times Player of the Week as a senior … named to the Woodbridge Classic All-Tournament Team in 2010 and 2011 … helped Mission Hills to the Avocado League championship in 2011 … second-team All-Avocado League in 2010 … helped the squad to a school record for single-season wins … played six years of travel ball for several teams … competed at the 2011 ASA Gold Nationals with The Next Level-Mcgowan. Personal Erica Michelle Navarette ... born July 17, 1993, in San Diego, Calif. ... daughter of Gabe and Michelle Navarette ... has an older brother, Corey … majoring in psychology.

Navarette’s Statistics Year ERA 2012 4.42 TOTAL... 4.42

W/L APP 6-13 37 6-13 37

GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER 20 11 0/0 4 155.1 187 118 98 20 11 0/0 4 155.1 187 118 98

BB 66 66

SO 2B 3B HR BF 87 37 0 19 737 87 37 0 19 737

BAvg WP .296 18 .296 18

HBP 14 14


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Getting to Know Erica I chose UNCG because: I fell Most people don’t know: in love with the campus and I I’m a vegetarian. got along with the team so well. Post College Ambition: Have a job in the field of Psychology.

Favorite quote: Imperfection is beauty, madness is genius, and it is better to be absolutely ridiculous than absolutely boring.

Biggest obstacle I’ve had to overcome: Coming back from a fractured growth plate in my pitching arm freshman year of high school and not knowing if I I am …in love with would be able to pitch again. ladybugs. Funniest moment of my athletic career: When I was first learning to pitch I tried throwing a change up during a game and I threw it over the backstop. Everyone, including myself, was cracking up. Pregame superstition: I have a ladybug tattooed on my wrist that I kiss for good luck.

I wish … i was a gymnast in the olympics. I can … rap Drake and Nicki Minaj pretty well. I will …graduate from college with a degree and make my parents proud.


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Allison #10 Geiner Freshman - Of - 5-1 - L/L - Raleigh, N.C./Middle Creek High school An outfielder out of Raleigh, N.C., is a three-time all-state, all-district and all-conference player for Middle Creek High School … named Co-Player of the Year after hitting .494 with 44 hits, six doubles, four triples, 23 RBI and 30 stolen bases as a senior … a three-time Academic All-Tri Nine selection … a member of the National and Math honor societies … Also ran track for the Mustangs, helped her club team Lady Lightning Gold Team Miken qualify for the Premier Girls Fastpitch national championship in 2010 and 2011. Personal Allison Marie Geiner... born March 9, 1994, in Poughkeepsie, N.Y. ... daughter of Robert and Dana... has three siblings, Andrew, Ashley and Alex … major is Biology.

Getting to Know Allison I chose UNCG because: they

have my major i want, the campus is so pretty, everything is in walking distance, and UNCG has a great athletic program.

Post College Ambition: To go

into the biology field and become a zoologist hopefully go into researching animals. Biggest obstacle I’ve had to overcome: not sure as I am blessed to be where I am currently.

Biggest obstacle I’ve had to overcome: sophomore year in high school i tore my labrum in my left shoulder and had to have surgery on it so i was out for the season.

Funniest moment of my athletic career: while changing innings one time

we were going on defense, i was talking to a teammate walking backwards heading out of the dugout. My cleat got caught on my shoelace and i fell backwards. im not sure who all saw it but i tried to get up as quickly as i could and act like nothing happened.the outfield.

Pregame superstition: like i always put my left shoe on first before the right. during the game i am usually more superstitious especially at bat, like having my left foot goes in the box first or doing the same amount of swings when i step out of the box.

Most people don’t know: my

family and i used to do guiding eyes for the blind.

Favorite quote: be where you are

suppose to be, when you are suppose to be there, with what you are suppose to have. -john corn (travelball coach).

I am …an easy going and hardworking person. I wish ... to do well in school and

softball.

I can … do anything that I set my

mind to.

I will … help out my team, friends


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Kelly #22 Lupton

Freshman - RHP- 5-8 - R/r - Galloway, N.J./Absegami

High school A pitcher out of Atlantic City, N.J., was named to the All-South Jersey team … named to The Press First Team all-stars squad for Absegami High School … finished her senior season with 262 strikeouts and just 42 walks in 148 innings … finished 17-5 with seven shutouts and two no-hitters, including one in the state playoffs against Egg Harbor Township … also set Absegami records for career strikeouts (684) and RBI (79) … batted .333 with two home runs and 18 RBI, while ending her career with 99 hits … she was also a part of the Intensity Premier Gold 18U club team this past summer. Personal Kelly Lynn Lupton... born July 26, 1994, in Galloway, N.J. ... daughter of Dennis and Gina... an only child… enjoys horses and animals … undecided on major.

Getting to Know Kelly I chose UNCG because: Picking a school was very difficult for me. But after visiting the campus I just loved it here. That and how welcome I was made to feel made it a home run.

Post College Ambition: Either something with animals, or something with law. That and sleep in. Lots.

Biggest obstacle I’ve had to overcome: I have a tendency to be introverted, and quiet. I have had to learn to make my self talk.

Funniest moment of my athletic career: When I was in 8th grade, the school softball and baseball teams played a game at the end of the year. The baseball team was undefeated. Striking out the star pitcher after he mocked me was really fun. Striking out his teammates that mocked him because of it was just funny.

Pregame superstition: Even though I can usually pitch near my best at a moments notice, without my warm up I never feel like I am really at 100%. Most people don’t know: I love dolphins.

Favorite quote: “the tragedy of loving our animal friends is their short life expectancy. The blessing is the expectancy to meet them all again in heaven”

I am … always going to have a lot of horses, and a lot of other pets as well. I wish ... to someday live in California. It is so beautiful there. I can … throw a softball over 68 mph. I will … be the first member of my family to graduate college!


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Lindsay #32 Thomas Freshman - C - 5-7 - R/R - Irvine, Calif./Northwood High school Played four years as a catcher at Northwood High School in Irvine, Calif. … Led her team to the Pacific Coast League title, first in school history, hitting 11 home runs her senior season …MVP of the all-city softball team and MVP of the PCL … also played in the coaches all-star game, finishing second in the home run derby with eight homers … hit a team-best .480 with 28 RBI and eight home runs as a junior, breaking Northwood High School’s career homer record with 24 … was a first-team All-Pacific Coast Conference selection and was a scholar-athlete in addition to earning a spot on the Irvine World News All-City team … played junior varsity volleyball and ran cross country for the Timberwolves … played summer ball with the Firecrackers out of Long Beach, Calif., for a year. Personal Lindsay Michelle Thomas... born Feb. 12, 1994, in Irvine, Calif. ... daughter of David and Carol... has two siblings, Laura and Nicole … twin sister Nicole is a pitcher and teammate at UNCG … older sister Laura played softball for one year at Northwood … major is psychology.

Getting to Know Lindsay I chose UNCG because: I loved the campus, the sports facilities, and thought it would be fun to live on the east coast.

Post College Ambition: Sports psychologist.

Biggest obstacle I’ve had to overcome: Having people call me Nicole (twin sister).

Funniest moment of my athletic career: we were doing an intense drill at practice over

summer and Nicole went to throw the ball to second from first and turned quickly and just ate it, and fell on all fours. “she had new cleats on” We had to run after that because none of us could stop laughing.

Pregame superstition: the more glitter the better.

Most people don’t know: I am really good at handstands.

Favorite quote: “never regret anything anything because at one point it was exactly what you wanted.”

I am … thankful I wish ... I could control time I can … play guitar I will … never give up


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Danielle #12 Vega Freshman - 3B/OF - 5-7 - R/R - Rialto, Calif./Aquinas

High school An infielder out of Rialto, Calif., racked up 57 hits for a .633 average and led the CIF Southern Section with 63 RBIs her senior season … finished her prep career with 200+ hits (209) and more than 200 RBI (206), both new records … named first team All-State by ESPN CAL-Hi Sports … earned a spot on MaxPrep’s Medium Schools Softball All-American Second Team twice (2011-12) … hit .663 with 41 runs, a county-record 69 RBI, 17 doubles, three triples and 10 home runs … A member of the California Southern Section All-Division IV Team and the San Bernardino Sun All-Area MVP … was also an all-state selection by multiple organizations … also named the All-Ambassador League Player of the Year and has helped Aquinas High School to four league championships … also an all-conference player in volleyball, played one year of club softball for the Corona Angels Gold. Personal Danielle Mary Vega... born March 13, 1994, in San Bernardino, Calif. ... daughter of Catarino and Kathleen... has three siblings, Amanda, Brittany and Cassandra … sister Cassandra is a junior softball player at California Berkeley and uncle David Ortega played football at California Berkeley … major is Biology.

Getting to Know Danielle I chose UNCG because: of the great environment and how welcoming everyone was when i came to visit. Plus the amazing facilities won me over.

Post College Ambition: is to go to medical school.

Biggest obstacle I’ve had to overcome: is becoming an adult. Funniest moment of my athletic career: was in highschool, i was was running back

to catch a fly ball and my shoelace got caught in the loop of the other shoe and i fell.

Pregame superstition: I dont

I wish ... I had a private jet to travel in

I can … do whatever I set my mind

believe in superstitions.

to

Most people don’t know: that

I will … succeed

when I was little I didn’t like softball.

Favorite quote: “Don’t hate the playa, hate the game”

I am … legend


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Nicole #23 Thomas Freshman - RHP - 5-6 - R/R - Irvine, Calif./Northwood High school Played four years as a pitcher at Northwood High School in Irvine, Calif. … Led her team to the Pacific Coast League title, first in school history, earning first team All-Pacific Coast honors … finished with 16 of the team’s 18 total wins her senior season … also played in the coaches all-star game … was a secondteam All-Pacific Coast player as a junior, taking team MVP honors … was 16-8 with a 1.75 ERA, when she also hit .453 with 14 RBI en route to an Irvine World News All-City selection … also played four years of volleyball and was a member of the dance theater team, serving as a team captain last year.… played summer ball with the Firecrackers out of Long Beach, Calif., for two years. Personal Nicole Christine Thomas... born Feb. 12, 1994, in Irvine, Calif. ... daughter of David and Carol... has two siblings, Laura and Lindsay … twin sister Lindsay is a catcher and teammate at UNCG … older sister Laura played softball for one year at Northwood … major is Kinesiology.

Getting to Know Nicole I chose UNCG because: My sister and I wanted to try something new, it is so beautiful here, and the softball facilities are awesome!

Post College Ambition: To be a physicians assistant.

Biggest obstacle I’ve had to overcome: Having people call me Lindsay (twin sister).

Funniest moment of my athletic career: During Premier in an intense game my team was up

to bat. One girl struck out and lindsay thought it was the third out. She grabbed her glove and started sprinting out of the dugout yelling lets go ladies! Then she realized there were only two outs and I stood there laughing at her.

Pregame superstition: Dancing with Danielle or getting her to sing, it is an experience.

Most people don’t know: I love

Favorite quote: “Don’t let the fear of striking out keep you from playing the game” -Babe Ruth

I am … blessed I wish ... I could read minds I can … say the alphabet backwards

corny jokes and puns. If you come

I will … work hard and achieve my

up to me and tell me a good pun i will

goals

instantly like you.


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Chelsea #1 Strandlund Freshman - 2B/OF - 5-3 - R/R - Victoria, British Columbia

High school

was a four-sport athlete in high school excelling at volleyball, basketball, soccer and softball ... was nominated for British Columbia Athlete of the Year and was the Female Athlete of the Year three-straight seasons ... also earned the John Crowther Memorial Award for Top Athlete in 2012 ... played club ball for the Victoria Devils 94’ squad and qualified for nationals three times, while placing second in the province three times. Personal Chelsea Lorraine Strandlund... born June 26, 1994, in Victoria, British Columbia. ... daughter of Rafer and Vicky Strandlund... has one sibling, Jasmine … undecided on major.

Getting to Know Chelsea I chose UNCG because: I loved the campus and I was given the opportunity to play for a great softball program.

Post College Ambition: To find a job I love.

Funniest moment of my athletic career: trying to become a

elbow.

talent when talent isn’t working hard”

pitcher

I am … short Pregame superstition: never stepping on the foul line when I run onto the field.

Biggest obstacle I’ve had to overcome: Rehabbing my broken

Favorite quote: “Hard work beats

I wish ... I could read minds I can … juggle I will … hopefully have an incredible

Most people don’t know: I live on an island.

university experience.


2013 UNCG S o f t b a l l 2012 UNCG Softball Game Results 2012 UNCG Softball Game Results for UNCG (as of Dec 21, 2012) (All games)

Date # Feb 10, # Feb 10, # Feb 11, # Feb 11, # Feb 12, % Feb 17, % Feb 17, % Feb 18, @ Feb 25, @ Feb 25, @ Feb 26, $ Mar 02, $ Mar 02, $ Mar 03, $ Mar 04, $ Mar 04,

2012 2012 2012 2012 2012 2012 2012 2012 2012 2012 2012 2012 2012 2012 2012 2012 Mar 07, 2012 Mar 08, 2012 Mar 08, 2012 * Mar 10, 2012 * Mar 10, 2012 * Mar 11, 2012 Mar 14, 2012 Mar 14, 2012 * Mar 17, 2012 * Mar 17, 2012 * Mar 18, 2012 Mar 20, 2012 Mar 22, 2012 Mar 22, 2012 * Mar 24, 2012 * Mar 24, 2012 * Mar 25, 2012 * Mar 31, 2012 * Mar 31, 2012 * Apr 01, 2012 Apr 04, 2012 Apr 04, 2012 * Apr 06, 2012 * Apr 06, 2012 * Apr 07, 2012 Apr 11, 2012 Apr 11, 2012 Apr 17, 2012 Apr 17, 2012 * Apr 21, 2012 * Apr 21, 2012 * Apr 28, 2012 * Apr 28, 2012 * Apr 29, 2012 * May 05, 2012 * May 05, 2012 * May 06, 2012 & May 10, 2012 & May 10, 2012 & May 11, 2012

Opponent

vs Virginia Tech at Jacksonville vs Buffalo vs Saint Louis vs Virginia Tech vs Fordham at East Carolina vs #21 Louisville UTAH DREXEL RIDER vs UT Martin vs Jacksonville State vs Morehead State vs Kennesaw State vs Winthrop N.C. CENTRAL at Charlotte-1 at Charlotte-2 at Appalachian State-1 at Appalachian State-2 at Appalachian State VIRGINIA TECH-1 VIRGINIA TECH-2 ELON-1 ELON-2 ELON NORTH CAROLINA A&T-1 at Gardner-Webb-1 at Gardner-Webb-2 at Furman-1 at Furman-2 at Furman at Samford-1 at Samford-2 at Samford at Liberty-1 at Liberty-2 GEORGIA SOUTHERN-1 GEORGIA SOUTHERN-2 GEORGIA SOUTHERN #24 NORTH CAROLINA-1 #24 NORTH CAROLINA-2 at Radford-1 at Radford-2 at Coll. of Charleston-1 at Coll. of Charleston-2 WESTERN CAROLINA-1 WESTERN CAROLINA-2 WESTERN CAROLINA CHATTANOOGA-1 CHATTANOOGA-2 CHATTANOOGA at Appalachian State vs Samford vs Coll. of Charleston

Score L L L L L W L L L W W L L W W L W L L L W W L L W L L W W L L L W W L W W W L L L L L W L W L W W W L L L L W L

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

Inns

5 7 7 7 6 7 7 7 7 7 6 7 7 7 7 7 6 5 7 6 7 7 7 7 7 7 5 6 6 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 5 7 7 6 5 7 (9) 7 7 7 7 7 7 6 7 7 7 7 7

Overall

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

* = Southern Conference game # = Wingate by Wyndham Opening Weekend Tournament (Jacksonville, Fla.) % = Pirate Clash (Greenville, N.C.) @ = Spartan Classic (Greensboro, N.C.) $ = Buzz Classic (Woodstock, Ga.) & = SoCon Championship (Boone, N.C.) () extra inning game

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

Pitcher of record

Mattson (L 0-1) Felix (L 0-1) Mattson (L 0-2) Navarette (L 0-1) Navarette (L 0-2) Mattson (W 1-2) Navarette (L 0-3) Mattson (L 1-3) Navarette (L 0-4) Felix (W 1-1) Mattson (W 2-3) Felix (L 1-2) Navarette (L 0-5) Mattson (W 3-3) Navarette (W 1-5) Mattson (L 3-4) Mattson (W 4-4) Mattson (L 4-5) Mattson (L 4-6) Mattson (L 4-7) Navarette (W 2-5) Mattson (W 5-7) Mattson (L 5-8) Navarette (L 2-6) Mattson (W 6-8) Mattson (L 6-9) Mattson (L 6-10) Mattson (W 7-10) Mattson (W 8-10) Felix (L 1-3) Mattson (L 8-11) Navarette (L 2-7) Mattson (W 9-11) Mattson (W 10-11) Navarette (L 2-8) Navarette (W 3-8) Navarette (W 4-8) Navarette (W 5-8) Mattson (L 10-12) Navarette (L 5-9) Mattson (L 10-13) Navarette (L 5-10) Mattson (L 10-14) Mattson (W 11-14) Navarette (L 5-11) Mattson (W 12-14) Navarette (L 5-12) Navarette (W 6-12) Felix (W 2-3) Mattson (W 13-14) Mattson (L 13-15) Navarette (L 6-13) Mattson (L 13-16) Mattson (L 13-17) Mattson (W 14-17) Mattson (L 14-18)

Attend

379 395 311 369 108 323 357 381 84 101 62 114 60 49 116 0 27 75 75 117 117 112 279 256 140 102 54 59 103 74 94 68 83 115 115 139 91 417 54 54 142 142 262 266 164 102 0 104 0

Time

1:20 2:00 2:00 1:40 2:04 2:32 1:52 1:40 1:48 2:02 2:00 1:44 1:58 2:00 1:54 1:07 1:33 1:30 1:48 1:23 1:42 1:47 1:52 1:56 1:53 2:09 1:28 1:52 1:42 2:00 1:25 1:56 1:24 2:45 1:30 2:09 1:35 1:22 1:33 1:56 1:32 1:28 1:54 2:02 1:26 1:56 1:28 1:58 1:50 1:29 1:51 1:53 2:10 1:56 2:19 1:57


2013 UNCG S o f t b a l l 2012 SoCon Softball Review

2012 SoCon Softball Standings

Team Georgia Southern Chattanooga Coll. of Charleston UNCG Appalachian State Elon Western Carolina Furman Samford

SoCon W L Pct. 22 2 .917 20 2 .909 14 9 .609 10 14 .417 9 13 .409 9 15 .375 9 15 .375 6 18 .250 6 20 .231

First Team P: Stephanie Saylors, College of Charleston P: Sarah Purvis, Georgia Southern C: Vivian Morimoto, Chattanooga 1B: Kasey Tydingco, Chattanooga 2B: Sara Poteat, Chatttanooga SS: Megan Rembielak, Appalachian State 3B: Jessie Homesley, Furman of: Allie Cashion, Appalachian State of: Marie Fogle, Georgia Southern of: Erin Foster, Western Carolina DP: Michelle Fuzzard, Chattanooga UT: Sarah Warnock, Appalachian State Second Team P: Hope Klicker, College of Charleston P: Taylor Deason, Chattanooga C: Michelle Lighton, Appalachian State 1B: Amanda Lonergan, College of Charleston 2B: Hanna Ennis, Georgia Southern SS: Jessica Traxler, Chattanooga 3B: Sarah Beth Roberts, Chattanooga of: Tomeka Watson, Elon of: Stephanie Rieck, Chattanooga of: Cheyenne Willis, Chattanooga DP: Katelyn Bedwell, UNCG UT: Lauren Collier, Furman All-freshman Team Caroline Rogers, Appalachian State Sarah Warnock, Appalachian State Hope Klicker, College of Charleston Allison Pedigo, College of Charleston Mackenzie Maples, College of Charleston Brooke Red, Georgia Southern Madison Dickey, Samford Taylor Deason, Chattanooga Sarah Beth Roberts, Chattanooga Cheyenne Willis, Chattanooga Player of the Year Michelle Fuzzard, Chattanooga freshman of the Year Sarah Warnock, Appalachian State Pitcher of the Year Sarah Purvis, Georgia Southern Coach of the Year Annie Smith, Georgia Southern

Overall W 42 39 37 22 22 24 24 17 14

L Pct. 18 .700 16 .709 23 .617 34 .393 25 .468 27 .471 34 .414 35 .327 42 .250

Hits Marie Fogle-GSU Foster, Erin-WCU Madison Dickey-SAM Michelle Fuzzard-UTC Sara Poteat-UTC

73 66 64 62 62

Runs scored Cheyenne Willis-UTC Michelle Fuzzard-UTC Foster, Erin-WCU Sara Poteat-UTC Kasey Tydingco-UTC

52 52 46 46 40

Runs batted in Michelle Fuzzard-UTC Kasey Tydingco-UTC Vivian Morimoto-UTC Foster, Erin-WCU Allie Cashion-ASU

63 62 61 53 51

Doubles Vivian Morimoto-UTC Kasey Tydingco-UTC Andrea Tarashuk-GSU Michelle Fuzzard-UTC 2 tied with 14 double(s)

Stolen bases Tomeka Watson-ELON Carly Corthell-COFC Megan Rembielak-ASU Sara Poteat-UTC Carleigh Nester-ELON

20 17 16 16

Triples Cheyenne Willis-UTC 5 tied with 3 triple(s)

Strikeouts IP Sarah Purvis-GSU 208.2 Taylor Deason-UTC 204.1 Stephanie Saylors-COFC 186.2 Garett, Jordan-WCU 173.2 Erin O'Shea-ELON 181.1

4

Home runs Foster, Erin-WCU Allie Cashion-ASU Michelle Fuzzard-UTC Vivian Morimoto-UTC Kasey Tydingco-UTC

18 16 16 14 13

Total bases Foster, Erin-WCU Michelle Fuzzard-UTC Vivian Morimoto-UTC Kasey Tydingco-UTC Marie Fogle-GSU

137 126 123 121 120

Team Batting g Chattanooga 55 Appalachian State 47 Western Carolina 58 Coll. of Charleston 60 Samford 56 Elon 51 Georgia Southern 60 UNCG 56 Furman 52 Totals 247

avg .347 .293 .278 .278 .262 .261 .255 .249 .237 .274

ab 1495 1321 1549 1509 1486 1328 1605 1440 1318 13051

Team Pitching g Georgia Southern 60 Coll. of Charleston 60 Chattanooga 55 Furman 52 Elon 51 Appalachian State 47 UNCG 56 Western Carolina 58 Samford 56 Totals 247

era 1.68 2.19 2.67 3.23 3.41 3.92 4.42 4.46 4.85 3.39

w 42 37 39 17 24 21 22 24 14 240

r h 375 519 224 387 260 431 220 419 183 390 225 346 245 410 230 358 130 313 2092 3573

l 18 23 16 35 27 25 34 34 42 254

sv 4 4 3 4 4 2 5 8 3 37

2b 3b 106 10 57 6 66 11 68 13 52 2 48 5 85 7 41 8 42 3 565 65

ip h 412.0 289 400.0 352 349.0 367 340.2 387 338.1 347 312.2 347 361.0 434 376.2 497 366.1 480 3256.2 3500

27-31 21-24 19-24 18-20 17-20

hr bb so 66 166 231 36 120 212 44 160 232 31 139 328 28 117 312 32 137 255 48 192 309 40 129 261 16 94 253 341 1254 2393 r 126 173 190 206 221 235 294 309 318 2072

SO 249 177 170 147 143

sb-att 33-40 55-68 37-47 65-77 24-36 81-96 36-42 45-56 16-22 392-484

er bb 99 91 125 86 133 117 157 130 165 177 175 162 228 211 240 149 254 135 576 1258

so 393 334 262 217 236 187 188 234 170 2221


2013 UNCG S o f t b a l l

Career Batting HITTING 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. Alex Emeterio............ 2009-12............ .346 7. Danielle Sekula......... 1996-98............ .323 8. Mary Greenway.......... 2007-08............ .313 Penny Thompson....... 2000-03............ .313 10. Julia Boseman........... 1985-86............ .312 11. Jennifer Bonilla.......... 2004-07............ .310 12. Katelyn Bedwell........2011-present... .309 13. Kris Harris.................. 1992-94............ .307 Joni Gomez................ 2001-04............ .307 15. Tara Steinhardt.......... 1993-96............ .306

Eileen Horsmon.........2010-present... .298

Hits 1. Alex Emeterio............ 2009-12............. 230 2. Karyn Thompson........ 1993-96............. 227 Jennifer Bonilla.......... 2004-07............. 227

12. Kristy Norton............. 1999-02............... 94

Heather Robb...........2010-present....... 74

Doubles 1. Lara Long.................. 1995-98............... 55 2. Jennifer Bonilla.......... 2004-07................51 3. Brittany Ausley........... 2007-10............... 42 4. Kristy Norton............. 1999-02................41 5. Jill Quilla................... 1995-98............... 40 6. Penny Thompson....... 2000-03............... 39 Alex Emeterio............ 2009-12............... 39 8. Kim Benningfield....... 2000-03............... 38 Karyn Thompson........ 1993-96............... 38 Jessie Marsh.............. 1996-99............... 38 11. 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 Alex Emeterio............ 2009-12..................8 8. Mary Greenway.......... 2007-08..................7 9. Angela Riddle............ 1985.......................6 Jennifer Hubbard....... 2003-04..................6 Adriane Audley.......... 2004-07..................6 12. Lori Leete.................. 1993-96..................5

Katelyn Bedwell........2011-present.........4 Eileen Horsmon.........2010-present.........3

Home runs 1. Karyn Thompson........ 1993-96............... 46 2. Penny Thompson....... 2000-03............... 36 3. Kaitlin Merkt.............. 2007-11............... 32 4. Kelly Allen.................. 2004-06................24 5. Joni Gomez................ 2001-04............... 20 Jennifer Hubbard....... 2003-04............... 20 Jennifer Bonilla.......... 2004-07............... 20 Heather Robb...........2010-present.......20 9. Eileen Horsmon.........2010-present....... 19 10. Adriane Audley.......... 2004-07................15 11. Brittany Ausley........... 2007-10................14 12. Leslie Furness............ 2006-09................13 Alex Emeterio............ 2009-12................13

Alex Emeterio (pictured above) finished her career as UNCG’s alltime leader in hits with 230.

Katelyn Bedwell........2011-present.......12

RBI 1. Karyn Thompson........ 1993-96............. 194

2. Penny Thompson....... 2000-03..............151 3. Jennifer Bonilla.......... 2004-07..............117 4. Lara Long.................. 1995-98..............111 5. Kaitlin Merkt.............. 2007-11..............112 6. Kristy Norton............. 1999-02............. 106 7. Alex Emeterio............ 2009-12............... 99 8. Jill Quilla................... 1995-98............... 98 9. Erin Kluttz.................. 1993-95............... 90 Brittany Ausley........... 2007-10............... 90 11. Eileen Horsmon.........2010-present....... 81 12. Tara Steinhardt.......... 1993-96............... 79 Judy Baker................. 1997-99............... 79 Kris Harris.................. 1992-94............... 79 Danielle Sekula......... 1996-98............... 79

Katelyn Bedwell........2011-present....... 61 Heather Robb...........2010-present.......58

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. Katelyn Bedwell........2011-present... .515 6. Susan Carter............. 1986-88............ .511 7. Gwen Johnson........... 2005-06............ .504 8. Kaitlin Merkt.............. 2007-11............ .496 9. Jennifer Bonilla.......... 2004-07............ .495 10. Eileen Horsmon.........2010-present... .492 11. Kelly Allen.................. 2004-06............ .491 12. Alex Emeterio............ 2009-12............ .488 13. Penny Thompson....... 2000-03............ .483 14. Joni Gomez................ 2001-04............ .476 15. Julia Boseman........... 1985-86............ .447 16. Erin Kluttz.................. 1993-95............ .442 At-bats 1. Kristy Norton............. 1999-02............. 785 2. Adriane Audley.......... 2004-07............. 768 3. Kim Benningfield....... 2000-03..............744 4. Brittany Ausley........... 2007-10............. 736 5. Jennifer Bonilla.......... 2004-07............. 735 6. Jessie Marsh.............. 1996-99............. 709 7. Leigh Irwin................. 1998-01............. 698 8. Lyndsay Mouse.......... 2006-09............. 696 9. Penny Thompson....... 2000-03............. 675 10. Alex Emeterio............ 2009-12............. 664 11. Jill Quilla................... 1995-98............. 658 12. Karyn Thompson........ 1993-96............. 644 Walks 1. Karyn Thompson........ 1993-96..............141 2. Alex Emeterio............ 2009-12............... 92 3. Judy Baker................. 1997-99............... 88 4. Brittany Ausley........... 2007-10............... 83

5. Penny Thompson....... 2000-03............... 75 6. Kim Benningfield....... 2000-03............... 70 7. Tracy Strommer.......... 1996-99............... 63 8. Kaitlin Merkt.............. 2007-11................61 9. Shonda Spagnola...... 1992-95............... 58 10. Jessie Marsh.............. 1996-99................57 11. Leslie Furness............ 2006-09............... 55 12. Jill Quilla................... 1995-98............... 53

Eileen Horsmon.........2010-present.......48

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 Aisha Figueroa..........2011-present.......35 12. Julia Boseman........... 1985-86............... 34 13. Lisa Tew..................... 1985-88............... 33 Susan Carter............. 1986-88............... 33 Andrea Harrison......... 2000-02............... 33 16. Rashida Bryant.......... 1997-00............... 28 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 Brittany Ausley........... 2007-10............. 236 10. Jessie Marsh.............. 1996-99............. 235 11. Penny Thompson....... 2000-03............. 227 12. Kara Clouser.............. 2004-07............. 224 Alex Emeterio............ 2009-12............. 224 * batting stats from 1988 not available + stolen bases from 1989 not available ^ stolen bases from 1991 not available

Complete season stats from 1989-91 are missing and those from seasons prior to that are incomplete.

4. Kristy Norton............. 1999-02............. 222 5. Jessie Marsh.............. 1996-99..............212 6. Penny Thompson....... 2000-03..............211 7. Lara Long.................. 1995-98............. 203 8. Leigh Irwin................. 1998-01............. 196 9. Brittany Ausley........... 2007-10............. 190 10. Jill Quilla................... 1995-98..............175 11. Lyndsay Mouse.......... 2006-09..............167 12. Kaitlin Merkt.............. 2007-11............. 164 13. Joni Gomez................ 2001-04............. 158

Eileen Horsmon.........2010-present.... 125 Heather Robb...........2010-present..... 100

Runs 1. Karyn Thompson........ 1993-96..............179 2. Shonda Spagnola...... 1992-95..............143 3. Jessie Marsh.............. 1996-99..............116 4. Alex Emeterio............ 2009-12..............113 5. Kim Benningfield....... 2000-03..............111 Silvia Gabalda........... 1994-97..............111 Brittany Ausley........... 2007-10..............111 8. Leigh Irwin................. 1998-01............. 108 9. Lara Long.................. 1995-98..............107 10. Erin Kluttz.................. 1993-95..............101 11. Penny Thompson....... 2000-03............. 100

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

Shonda Spagnola


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Career Pitching/Catching PITCHING 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. Amber Harrell............ 2007-10............... 46 6. Amy Poole................. 2000-03............... 43 7. Cory Mattson............. 2009-12................41 8. Vanessa Oakes.......... 2004-07............... 39 9. Hannah Angel............ 2005-09................37 10. Maureen Flynn........... 1999-02............... 26 11. Becky Gray................ 1999-00............... 22 ERA (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. Vanessa Oakes.......... 2004-07............ 2.69 10. Jessica Vanderploeg.. 2002-03............ 2.72 11. Jen Zegler *............... 1986-89............ 2.75 Strikeouts 1. Amber Harrell............ 2007-10............. 657 2. Vanessa Oakes.......... 2004-07............. 565 3. Hannah Angel............ 2005-09............. 484 4. Winn Hazlegrove........ 1992-95..............416 5. Christine Hornak........ 1997-98............. 399 6. Cory Mattson............. 2009-12............. 394 7. Erin Chandler............. 1993-96............. 368 8. Amy Poole................. 2000-03..............351 9. Amber Watson........... 2000-03............. 332 10. Maureen Flynn........... 1999-02..............247 11. 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 Amber Harrell............ 2007-10................14 8. Maureen Flynn........... 1999-02................13 9. Amy Poole................. 2000-03................10 Hannah Angel............ 2005-09................10

7. Amber Watson........... 2000-03..............115 8. Maureen Flynn........... 1999-02..............114 9. Amy Poole................. 2000-03..............112 10. Christine Hornak........ 1997-98............... 89 11. Danielle Byrne........... 2003-06................77 Innings pitched 1. Winn Hazlegrove........ 1992-95.......... 839.0 2. Vanessa Oakes.......... 2004-07.......... 735.1 3. Amber Harrell............ 2007-10.......... 703.0 4. Erin Chandler............. 1993-96.......... 702.1 5. Hannah Angel............ 2005-09.......... 602.1 6. Cory Mattson............. 2009-12.......... 591.0 7. Amy Poole................. 2000-03.......... 528.0 8. Amber Watson........... 2000-03.......... 522.0 9. Christine Hornak........ 1997-98.......... 498.2 10. Maureen Flynn........... 1999-02.......... 392.2 11. Danielle Byrne........... 2003-06.......... 333.2

^ catcher stats not available or complete prior to 1995 * This is 1987 only research ongoing

Complete season stats from 198991 are missing and those from seasons prior to that are incomplete.

* pitching stats for 1986 and 1989 not available

FIELDING Runners caught stealing (catchers) ^ 1. Jill Quilla................ 1995-98....50 (156-206) 2. Whitney Sirois........ 2007-10.....41 (176-217) 3. Christine Sweeney.. 2002-03......32 (69-101) 4. Leslie Furness........ 2006-09....30 (105-135) 5. Kelly Allen.............. 2003-06........24 (59-83) 6. Jesse Norris........... 1999-01...... 19 (99-118) 7. Susan Carter *....... 1986-88........16 (69-85) 8. Katelyn Bedwell.... 2011-pr....... 15 (54-70) 9. Judy Baker............. 1997-99........12 (55-67) 10. Toni MacReynolds. 2011-pr........10 (60-70) 11. Joy Stogner............ 1998-01..........9 (45-54) 12. Vanessa Massie..... 2002-04.......... 8 (51-59) 13. Shannon Brooks.... 1992-95.......... 7 (17-24)

Amber Harrell Amber Harrell is the only pitcher in school history to strike out more than 600 batters. She graduated in 2010 as UNCG’s career strikeout leader with 657 to her credit.

Saves 1. Maureen Flynn........... 1999-02............... 12 2. Winn Hazlegrove........ 1992-95................10 3. Cory Mattson............. 2009-12..................5 4. Erica Navarette.........2012-present.........4 5. Hannah Angel............ 2005-09..................2 Amy Poole................. 2000-03..................2 Amber Watson........... 2000-03..................2 Christine Hornak........ 1997-98..................2 Kim Gaudio............... 1995-98..................2 Erin Chandler............. 1993-96..................2 Raeanne Hanks........2010-present.........2 Starts 1. Winn Hazlegrove........ 1992-95............. 120 2. Vanessa Oakes.......... 2004-07..............118 3. Erin Chandler............ 1993-96..............113 4. Amber Harrell............ 2007-10............. 106 5. Cory Mattson............. 2009-12............... 94 6. Hannah Angel............ 2005-09............... 89 7. Amber Watson........... 2000-03............... 88 8. Amy Poole................. 2000-03............... 84 9. Christine Hornak........ 1997-98............... 73 10. Maureen Flynn........... 1999-02................51 11. Danielle Byrne........... 2003-06............... 44 Appearances 1. Winn Hazlegrove........ 1992-95..............147 2. Vanessa Oakes.......... 2004-07..............145 3. Amber Harrell............ 2007-10..............140 4. Erin Chandler............. 1993-96............. 136 5. Cory Mattson............. 2009-12............. 132 6. Hannah Angel............ 2005-09............. 122

Jill Quilla

Jill Quilla threw out a school-record 50 runners trying to steal from 1995-98.


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Single-Season Batting 14.

Karyn Thompson........ 1993....................... 9 Joni Gomez................ 2003....................... 9 Penny Thompson....... 2003....................... 9 Joni Gomez................ 2004....................... 9 Kaitlin Merkt.............. 2011........................ 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. Eileen Horsmon.........2012.................... 46 6. Erin Kluttz.................. 1994..................... 45 Lara Long.................. 1995..................... 45 8. Katelyn Bedwell........2012.................... 40 9. Penny Thompson....... 2003..................... 39 Jennifer Bonilla.......... 2004..................... 39 Kaitlin Merkt.............. 2011...................... 39 12. Lara Long.................. 1997...................... 38 Kaitlin Merkt.............. 2010...................... 38 14. 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 4. Brittany Ausley........... 2007................... 207 5. Krista Judge............... 2006...................204

6. Jennifer Bonilla.......... 2007...................202 7. Leigh Irwin................. 2001...................200 8. Kristy Norton............. 2002................... 199 Jessie Marsh.............. 1997.................... 199 10. Kim Benningfield....... 2000................... 198 Kristy Norton............. 1999................... 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. Aisha Figueroa..........2011.....................21 10. Julia Boseman........... 1986..................... 20 Joan Weesies............. 1988..................... 20 Leigh Irwin................. 1999..................... 20 13. Andrea Harrison......... 2001..................... 19 14. Lyndsay Mouse.......... 2008..................... 17 Danielle Sekula......... 1996..................... 17

Complete season stats from 1989-91 are missing and those from seasons prior to that are incomplete.

Karyn Thompson

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. HITTING Batting Average (min. 100 AB) 1. Lara Long.................. 1995................. Karyn Thompson........ 1995................. 3. Lisa Oltman............... 1992................. 4. Lara Long.................. 1998................. 5. Susan Carter............. 1988................. 6. Alex Emeterio............ 2010.................. 7. Jennifer Hubbard....... 2003................. 8. Danielle Sekula......... 1996................. 9. Joni Gomez................ 2004................. 10. Karyn Thompson........ 1994.................

.398 .398 .389 .387 .386 .382 .377 .372 .365 .363

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. Steph Workman......... 1997...................... 68 Shonda Spagnola...... 1995..................... 68 8. Alex Emeterio............ 2010...................... 66 9. Lara Long.................. 1997...................... 64 10. Lara Long.................. 1998..................... 63 Jennifer Hubbard....... 2003..................... 63 Mary Greenway.......... 2008..................... 63 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. Kara Long.................. 1995..................... 41 Karyn Thompson........ 1993..................... 41 9. Lisa Oltman............... 1992..................... 40 Karyn Thompson........ 1994..................... 40 Winn Hazlegrove........ 1994..................... 40

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 Brittany Ausley........... 2010...................... 14 Jordan Jewett............. 2011...................... 14 9. Penny Thompson....... 2002..................... 13 Jessie Marsh.............. 1998..................... 13 Jill Quilla................... 1997...................... 13 Erin Kluttz.................. 1993..................... 13 Alex Emeterio............ 2010...................... 13 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. Katelyn Bedwell........2011...................... 3 Several with............................................... 3 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 Kaitlin Merkt.............. 2010...................... 11 Katelyn Bedwell........2012.....................11 Heather Robb...........2012.....................11 9. Penny Thompson....... 2001..................... 10 Jennifer Hubbard....... 2003..................... 10 Christine Sweeney..... 2003..................... 10 Joni Gomez................ 2004..................... 10 Eileen Horsmon.........2012.....................10

Jennifer Hubbard

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 Batting - Team HITTING Batting Average # Year............ G............ Avg. 1. 1995.......... 66............ .316 2. 1987.......... 32........... .308 3. 1985.......... 28........... .305 4. 1994.......... 58............ .299 5. 1986.......... 40............ .297 6. 2003.......... 56............ .277 7. 1997.......... 65............ .276 8. 1992.......... 50............ .275 1993.......... 52............ .275 10. 2011.......... 58............ .271 Hits # Year............ G............ Hits 1. 1995.......... 66............. 545 2. 2000.......... 66............. 460 3. 1997.......... 65............. 458 4. 1994.......... 58............. 429 5. 2007.......... 66............. 422 6. 1996.......... 61............. 420 7. 2003.......... 56............. 404 8. 2004.......... 60............. 398 9. 2002.......... 66............. 396 10. 1999.......... 64............. 393 Runs # Year............ G........... Runs 1. 1995.......... 66............. 394 2. 1994.......... 58............. 320 3. 2003.......... 56............. 262 4. 1993.......... 52............. 253 5. 1996.......... 61..............241 6. 1997.......... 65............. 238 7. 1986.......... 40............. 234 2011.......... 58............. 234 9. 2004.......... 60............. 229 10. 2012..........56............ 230 Doubles # Year............ G.............. 2B 1. 1995.......... 66............... 78 2002.......... 66............... 78 3. 1998.......... 57............... 75 4. 2009.......... 59............... 72 5. 2003.......... 56................71 2010.......... 57................71 7. 2004.......... 60............... 70 8. 2000.......... 66............... 69 2005.......... 60............... 69 10. 1997.......... 65............... 66

1995 team

UNCG’s 1995 squad had what has to be considered the best offensive season in school history. In addition to winning a school-record 49 games, the 1995 team set school records for single-season batting average, hits, runs, doubles and RBI. Triples # Year............ G.............. 3B 1. 1992.......... 50............... 18 1995.......... 66............... 18 3. 1994.......... 58................17 4. 1988.......... 36............... 15 5. 1986.......... 40................14 6. 2003.......... 56................14 7. 2007.......... 66................11 2011.......... 58................11 9. 1999.......... 64............... 10 2000.......... 66............... 10

Home Runs # Year............ G.............. HR 1. 2003.......... 56............... 57 2. 2004.......... 60............... 53 3. 2012..........56.............. 40 4. 2010.......... 57............... 39 5. 2005.......... 60............... 36 6. 2007.......... 66............... 35 7. 2006.......... 62................31 8. 2009.......... 59............... 26 9. 2011.......... 58............... 23 10. 1995.......... 66................21 2008.......... 56................21 Runs Batted In # Year............ G............. RBI 1. 1995.......... 66............. 304 2. 1994.......... 58............. 236 3. 2003.......... 56............. 222 4. 2004.......... 60..............210 5. 1997.......... 65............. 203 2012..........56............ 203 7. 1993.......... 52............. 197 8. 2007.......... 66............. 196 9. 2010.......... 57............. 193 10. 2011.......... 58............. 192 11. 1996.......... 61............. 191

Penny Thompson

A four-time All-Southern Conference First Team selection, Penny Thompson hit a team-best 13 home runs in 2002 – one off the school record – en route to be being named the SoCon Player of the Year. She also hit 13 doubles that season, helping the Spartans match the school record with 78 as a team.

Slugging Percentage # Year............ G.............Slg. 1. 2003.......... 56........... .462 2. 1995.......... 66............ .418 3. 2004.......... 60........... . 402 4. 1985.......... 28........... .400 5. 1994.......... 58............ .397 6. 1986.......... 40........... .386 7. 2010.......... 57............ .377 8. 2011.......... 58............ .375 9. 2012..........56........... .372 10. 2005.......... 60............ .371 11. 2009.......... 59........... .364

At Bats # Year............ G.............. AB 1. 2000.......... 66.......... 1,766 2. 1995.......... 66.......... 1,727 3. 2007.......... 66.......... 1,720 4. 2002.......... 66.......... 1,701 5. 1997.......... 65.......... 1,658 6. 2006.......... 62.......... 1,598 7. 1999.......... 64.......... 1,592 8. 1996.......... 61.......... 1,590 9. 2004.......... 60...........1,574 10. 2005.......... 60.......... 1,565 Walks # Year............ G.............. BB 1. 2009.......... 59............. 180 2. 2010.......... 57............. 167 3. 1995.......... 66............. 165 4. 2007.......... 66..............161 5. 2004.......... 60............. 160 6. 1996.......... 61............. 156 7. 1993.......... 52............. 153 1994.......... 58............. 153 9. 2011.......... 58............. 149 10. 1997.......... 65............. 148 Stolen Bases # Year............ G.............. SB 1. 2000.......... 66............... 96 2. 1996.......... 61............... 83 2001.......... 58............... 83 2002.......... 66............... 83 5. 2007.......... 66............... 80 6. 1986.......... 40............... 78 7. 2008.......... 56............... 77 8. 1999.......... 64............... 75 9. 1995.......... 66............... 73 10. 1997.......... 65............... 72

Complete season stats from 1989-91 are missing and those from seasons prior to that are incomplete.


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Single-Season Pitching 1. Erin Chandler............. 1996..................... 54 2. Christine Hornak........ 1997...................... 47 3. Maureen Flynn........... 1999..................... 42 Christine Hornak........ 1998..................... 42 5. Becky Gray................ 1999..................... 41 Amber Harrell............ 2010...................... 41 7. Winn Hazlegrove........ 1994..................... 40 Cory Mattson............. 2011...................... 40 Cory Mattson............2012.................... 40 10. Amy Poole................. 2000..................... 38 Vanessa Oakes.......... 2004..................... 38 12. Erica Navarette.........2012.....................37 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 Amber Harrell............ 2010...................... 30 Cory Mattson............2012.................... 30 12. Winn Hazlegrove........ 1994..................... 29 Cory Mattson............. 2011...................... 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

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Amber Harrell............ 2008..................... 22 Amber Harrell............ 2010...................... 22 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 Erica Navarette.........2012...................... 4 5. Cory Mattson............. 2011........................ 3 6. Winn Hazlegrove........ 1994....................... 2 Kim Gaudio............... 1995....................... 2 Erin Chandler............. 1996....................... 2 Amy Poole................. 2000....................... 2 Hannah Angel............ 2008....................... 2 Raeanne Hanks......... 2011........................ 2

Complete season stats from 1989-91 are missing and those from seasons prior to that are incomplete.

Erin Chandler

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). PITCHING 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 11. Amber Watson........... 2001..................... 16 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) 11. Jen Zegler.................. 1988....... .632 (12-7) 12. Christine Hornak........ 1997...... .628 (27-16) 13. Amy Poole................. 2000....... .625 (15-9) Earned Run Average (min. 100 IP) 1. Erin Chandler............. 1993.................. 1.32 2. Amber Watson........... 2003.................. 1.35 3. Amy Poole................. 2001.................. 1.39

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Winn Hazlegrove........ 1993.................. 1.50 Christine Hornak........ 1997................... 1.58 Winn Hazlegrove........ 1994.................. 1.68 Amy Poole................. 2000.................. 1.73 Erin Chandler............. 1995.................. 1.87 Christine Hornak........ 1998..................2.03 Amber Watson........... 2000..................2.03

Strikeouts 1. Christine Hornak........ 1997....................262 2. Amber Harrell............ 2010.................... 214 3. Hannah Angel............ 2008................... 177 4. Amber Harrell............ 2008................... 172 5. Vanessa Oakes.......... 2007................... 166 6. Vanessa Oakes.......... 2006................... 165 7. Erin Chandler............. 1996................... 143 8. Maureen Flynn........... 1999................... 142 9. Christine Hornak........ 1998................... 137 10. Amber Harrell............ 2009...................136 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. Amber Harrell............ 2010.................204.1 7. Winn Hazlegrove........ 1992................203.2 8. Winn Hazlegrove........ 1993................ 201.0 9. Maureen Flynn........... 1999................198.0 10. Cory Mattson............. 2011..................197.1 Appearances

Christine Hornak

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


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Single-Season Pitching/Fielding - Team PITCHING Wins # Year............ G........... Wins 1. 1995.......... 66............... 49 2. 1997.......... 65............... 40 3. 2003.......... 56............... 38 4. 2000.......... 66............... 37 5. 1993.......... 52............... 36 6. 1994.......... 58............... 35 2002.......... 66............... 35 8. 1998.......... 57............... 32 9. 1992.......... 50................31 1999.......... 64................31 2001.......... 58................31 Earned Run Average # Year............ G............ ERA 1. 1993.......... 52............ 1.44 2. 1994.......... 58............ 1.88 3. 2000.......... 66............ 2.04 4. 1995.......... 66............ 2.07 5. 2001.......... 58.............2.11 6. 2003.......... 56............ 2.30 7. 1992.......... 50............ 2.38 8. 2002.......... 66............ 2.42 9. 1988.......... 36............ 2.51 10. 2008.......... 56............ 2.57 Strikeouts # Year............ G................ K 1. 2007.......... 66............. 370 2. 2010.......... 57............. 369 3. 2008.......... 56............. 353 4. 1997.......... 65............. 332 5. 2006.......... 62............. 329 6. 2009.......... 59............. 324 7. 2002.......... 66............. 281 8. 2004.......... 60............. 266 9. 2003.......... 56............. 265 10. 2005.......... 60............. 245 Innings Pitched # Year............ G............... IP 1. 2000.......... 66.......... 453.1 2. 2002.......... 66.......... 445.1 3. 2007.......... 66...........441.1 4. 1995.......... 66.......... 432.2 5. 1997.......... 65...........427.1 6. 1996.......... 61...........417.0

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2006.......... 62...........413.1 1999.......... 64.......... 412.0 2004.......... 60.......... 408.2 2010.......... 57.......... 391.0

Walks (most) # Year............ G.............. BB 1. 2011.......... 58............. 245 2. 2009.......... 59............. 221 3. 2012..........56.............211 4. 2010.......... 57............. 189 5. 2006.......... 62............. 188 6. 2005.......... 60..............170 7. 2008.......... 56............. 168 8. 2002.......... 66............. 153 9. 1999.......... 64............. 149 10. 1995.......... 66............. 145 11. 1996.......... 61............. 135 Walks (fewest) # Year............ G.............. BB 1. 1993.......... 52............... 90 2. 2000.......... 66............... 94 3. 1992.......... 50............... 95 4. 1997.......... 65............... 99 5. 1988.......... 36............. 107 6. 1998.......... 57............. 109 7. 2003.......... 56............. 113 8. 2001.......... 58..............114 9. 1994.......... 58............. 125 10. 2004.......... 60............. 132 Complete Games # Year............ G.............. CG 1. 1995.......... 66................51 1997.......... 65................51 3. 1994.......... 58............... 45 4. 1992.......... 50............... 43 5. 2008.......... 56............... 42 6. 1993.......... 52................41 7. 1999.......... 64............... 40 2004.......... 60............... 40 9. 1998.......... 57............... 39 2005.......... 60............... 39 Shutouts # Year............ G............ ShO 1. 2000.......... 66............... 20 2. 1993.......... 52............... 19

Leslie Furness Leslie Furness committed just seven errors in her career, graduating in 2009 with a career fielding percentage of .991 in 170 games played. Furness was part of UNCG squads that posted three of the top 10 bestfielding seasons by percentage in school history.

1993 team

The 1993 team posted the best staff ERA in school history, a 1.44 mark. Erin Chandler turned in a school-record 1.32 mark and went 13-1, while Winn Hazlegrove posted a 1.50 ERA and went 19-11. 3. 1994.......... 58................17 1995.......... 66................17 5. 1997.......... 65............... 13 2003.......... 56............... 13 7. 2002.......... 66............... 12 2007.......... 66............... 12 9. 2008.......... 56................11 10. 1992.......... 50................. 9 1998.......... 57................. 9 Saves # Year............ G............... Sv 1. 2002.......... 66................. 9 2. 1992.......... 50................. 8 3. 2011.......... 58................. 5 2012..........56................ 5 5. 2001.......... 58................. 4 6. 1995.......... 66................. 3 7. 1988.......... 36................. 2 1994.......... 58................. 2 1996.......... 61................. 2 2004.......... 60................. 2 2008.......... 56................. 2 2010.......... 57................. 2 FIELDING Putouts # Year............ G.............. PO 1. 2000.......... 66.......... 1,359 2. 2007.......... 66.......... 1,322 3. 1995.......... 66.......... 1,296 4. 1997.......... 65.......... 1,282 5. 1996.......... 61.......... 1,251 6. 2006.......... 62.......... 1,239 7. 1999.......... 64.......... 1,236 8. 2004.......... 60.......... 1,226 9. 2010.......... 57...........1,173 10. 2005.......... 60...........1,168 Assists # Year............ G................ A 1. 1995.......... 66............. 728 2. 2002.......... 66............. 688 3. 1996.......... 61............. 639 4. 1999.......... 64............. 638 5. 2000.......... 66............. 637 6. 2004.......... 60............. 623 7. 2011.......... 58............. 579 8. 2003.......... 56............. 546 9. 2001.......... 58............. 540 10. 2005.......... 60............. 522 Errors (fewest) # Year............ G.................E 1. 2008.......... 56............... 50 2. 2007.......... 66............... 57 3. 1988.......... 36............... 58 4. 2003.......... 56............... 64 5. 2009.......... 59............... 66

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2001.......... 58............... 72 1995.......... 66............... 73 1998.......... 57............... 73 2002.......... 66............... 73 2004.......... 60............... 80

2012..........56...............81

Errors (most) # Year............ G.................E 1. 2005.......... 60............. 121 2. 1999.......... 64..............111 3. 1985.......... 28............. 104 4. 2000.......... 66............. 103 5. 1996.......... 61............... 95 6. 1994.......... 58............... 94 1997.......... 65............... 94 8. 2006.......... 62............... 93 9. 1992.......... 50................91 10. 2010.......... 57............... 90 Fielding percentage # Year............ G............ Pct. 1. 2007.......... 66........... .969 2. 2008.......... 56........... .968 3. 1995.......... 66........... .965 2002.......... 66........... .965 5. 2003.......... 56........... .962 6. 2001.......... 58........... . 960 7. 2004.......... 60........... .959 2009.......... 59........... .959 9. 1998.......... 57............ .957 10. 2011.......... 58........... .953

2012..........56........... .952

Double plays # Year............ G.............. DP 1. 1996.......... 61............... 33 2. 1995.......... 66............... 30 3. 2004.......... 60................21 2011.......... 58................21 2012..........56...............21 6. 2002.......... 66............... 20 7. 2005.......... 60............... 19 8. 1993.......... 52................16 1994.......... 58................16 2000.......... 66................16 11. 2003.......... 56............... 15 2010.......... 57............... 15

Complete season stats from 1989-91 are missing and those from seasons prior to that are incomplete.


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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) ........................ Brittany Ausley at College of Charleston (3/20/10) ........................... Kaitlin Merkt at College of Charleston (3/20/10) 5.............................................................................Several players ... LAST: Aubrey Baldwin and Alex Emeterio at Samford (4/1/12) Hits 5.................................................... Kristy Norton vs. Elon (4/4/01) 4..................................... Julia Boseman at St. Andrews (3/18/86) ..........................................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) ........................... Kaitlin Merkt at College of Charleston (3/20/10) ............................................ Alex Emeterio vs. Marshall (3/24/10) ................................... Jordan Jewett at Western Carolina (4/2/11) .............................................Alex Emeterio vs. Samford (4/30/11) .................................... Eileen Horsmon vs. Fordham (2/17/12) Runs 6......................Shonda Spangola vs. North Carolina A&T (4/5/95) 5........................Karyn Thompson vs. North Carolina A&T (4/5/95) 4..................................... Julia Boseman at St. Andrews (3/18/86) ............................. Susan Carter vs. North Carolina A&T (3/25/87) ......................... 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) ..............................Brittany Ausley vs. Western Carolina (4/18/10) ................................... Jordan Jewett at Western Carolina (4/2/11) 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) ................................. Kaitlin Merkt vs. Western Carolina (4/17/10) ....................................... Eileen Horsmon at Samford (4/1/12) 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)

Mary Greenway

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. ...................................... Heather Branche vs. Campbell (2/20/07) .................... Laura Olenderski vs. North Carolina Central (4/7/09)

Doubles 2.............................................................................Several players .................. LAST: Eileen Horsmon vs. Morehead State (3/3/12) Triples 2............................................Megan Gough at Radford (2/20/02) .................. Adriane Audley vs. Maryland-Eastern Shore (3/22/05) ............................ Alex Emeterio vs. North Carolina A&T (3/20/12) 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) .................................................Kaitlin Merkt at Samford (5/9/10) .................................... Eileen Horsmon vs. Fordham (2/17/12) Stolen bases 6............................................Mary Greenway vs. Furman (5/3/08) 5..................................... Julia Boseman at St. Andrews (3/18/86) 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) .........................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) ........................................... Aisha Figueroa vs. Evansville (3/4/11) ............................Aisha Figueroa at Western Carolina (4/2/11)

Walks 4.........................................Lori Leete vs. Morgan State (2/26/95) ....................................... Karyn Thompson vs. Winthrop (3/16/96) 3.............................................................................Several players .............................. LAST: Toni MacReynolds vs. Elon (3/17/12) Hit by pitch 2......................... Susan Carter vs. Christopher Newport (3/27/87) ................................. 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) ..................................................Alex Emeterio vs. Rider (2/26/12) ..................................... Dominique Madruga at Samford (4/1/12) Home runs off the Spartan statue (home and visitor) Alex Emeterio (UNCG) vs. College of Charleston................ 4/25/09


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Single-Game Records - Pitching

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) .......................................Amber Harrell vs. Virginia Tech (2/14/10) 9.0...........................................Jen Zegler vs. Longwood (3/24/86) .............................................. 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. College of Charleston (4/19/08) ........................................Cory Mattson vs. St. Joseph’s (2/20/10) ...........................Cory Mattson at College of Charleston (3/20/10) ........................................Cory Mattson at Florida State (2/11/11) ..........................................Cory Mattson at Radford (4/17/12) 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) ...........................Cory Mattson at College of Charleston (3/20/10) 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. College of Charleston (4/19/08) ...........................Amber Harrell vs. College of Charleston (5/8/09) ...............................Amber Harrell at Appalachian State (4/11/10) ............................ Amber Harrell vs. North Carolina A&T (4/22/10) Hits allowed 16.............................Erin Chandler vs. Jacksonville State (5/9/96) 15............................... Amber Watson at North Carolina (4/24/01) ...............................Cory Mattson vs. North Carolina (4/11/12) 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. College 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) ............................................Cory Mattson vs. St. John’s (2/13/11) ............................................. Josie Felix at Virginia Tech (3/29/11) 12...................................................Cory Mattson at Elon (5/7/11) 11................................ Jen Zegler vs. Virginia Wesleyan (3/28/87) .................................................... Lisa Fecile vs. Averett (4/14/87) .................................................. Erin Chandler vs. UMBC (4/5/96) ............................................ Amber Harrell vs. NC State (4/12/07) ............................................... Amber Harrell at Furman (3/21/09) ..................................Amber Harrell vs. Cleveland State (2/27/10) 10...............................................Lisa Fecile vs. Charlotte (3/2/87) .....................................................Jen Zegler at Meredith (4/2/87) ........................................Lisa Fecile vs. St. Augustine’s (4/11/87) ..................................... 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. College of Charleston (3/26/05) ................................. Vanessa Oakes vs. North Carolina (4/11/06) ................................. Amber Harrell vs. Western Carolina (4/5/08) ...............................Cory Mattson vs. North Carolina (4/11/12) Earned runs allowed

. ............Meg Sheehan vs. Greensboro College (3/21/86) . ..............................Erin Chandler vs. Radford (3/26/96) . ........................... Erin Chandler vs. Campbell (4/16/96) . Erin Chandler vs. Maryland-Baltimore County (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) . ..............................Amber Harrell vs. Niagara (2/28/10) . ................................... Raeanne Hanks at Elon (5/8/11)

Hit by pitch 4......................Amber Harrell vs. Virginia Tech (2/14/10) 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) . ...........Cory Mattson at College of Charleston (3/20/10) . ............ Amber Harrell vs. North Carolina A&T (4/22/10) . ..................Cory Mattson vs. Morehead State (2/27/11) . ...... Cory Mattson at College of Charleston (4/21/12) FIELDING Triple plays 1.................................... vs. Western Carolina (4/28/12) .(8-2-5 – Aubrey Baldwin-Toni MacReynolds-Aisha Figueroa)

Amber Watson

Double plays 3........................................ vs. George Mason (3/23/96) .............................................................. at Elon (5/7/11) 2................................................................. Several times ................... LAST: vs. College of Charleston (5/11/12)

Amber Watson struck out a school-record 17 batters and threw just the second perfect game in school history in a 2-0 win over Toledo on Runners caught stealing (by catcher) Feb. 23, 2003.

4................................. Susan Carter at Averett (3/23/87)

11................................ Jen Zegler vs. Virginia Wesleyan (3/28/87) ..................................Amber Harrell vs. Cleveland State (2/27/10) .......................................................Cory Mattson at Elon (5/7/11) 10.................................... Kim Gaudio vs. East Carolina (4/21/96) ............................................ Amber Harrell vs. NC State (4/12/07) .............................................Cory Mattson vs. St John’s (2/13/11) 9...................................................Jen Zegler at Meredith (4/2/87) .................................................. Erin Chandler vs. UMBC (4/5/96) ....................................... Jessica Vanderploeg vs. Hawaii (4/1/03) ................................. Amber Harrell vs. Western Carolina (4/5/08) ............................................. Josie Felix at Virginia Tech (3/29/11) .............................. Erica Navarette vs. Virginia Tech (2/12/12) ...............................Cory Mattson vs. North Carolina (4/11/12) Walks 15........................Meg Sheehan vs. Greensboro College (3/21/86) 13................Meg Sheehan vs. North Carolina Wesleyan (3/23/86) 11........................................Cory Mattson vs. St. John’s (2/13/11) ............................................. Josie Felix at Virginia Tech (3/29/11) 10.....................................Meg Sheehan at St. Andrews (3/18/86) ................................. Amber Harrell vs. Western Carolina (4/5/08) 9...................................................Jen Zegler vs. Averett (4/14/87) .........................................Lynsi Pierce vs. Chattanooga (4/16/05) .................................... Amber Harrell at North Carolina (2/20/10) Wild pitches 6........................................Hannah Angel vs. Pittsburgh (3/10/06) 5..................Meg Sheehan vs. North Carolina Wesleyan (3/23/86) 4.................................................Lisa Fecile vs. Charlotte (3/2/87) ............................................. Danielle Byrne at Charlotte (3/3/04) ....................................Lynsi Pierce vs. Georgia Southern (5/7/05) ........................................... Vanessa Oakes at NC State (2/15/06) 3.......................................Meg Sheehan at St. Andrews (3/18/86)

No-hitters No-hitters thrown by UNCG Lorri Parrott vs. Bennet (27-0, 5 inn.).............................. 3/25/90 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

Cory Mattson at No. 23 Florida State (1-0, 9 inn.)............. 2/11/11

* perfect game


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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 ................Karyn Thompson.................................................... .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 2010........Alex Emeterio....................................................... .382 2011........Alex Emeterio....................................................... .339 2012........Alex Emeterio....................................................... .336

Kaitlin Merkt led UNCG in Home Runs (2008-11) and RBI (2010-11).

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 2010........Alex Emeterio........................................................... 66 2011........Alex Emeterio........................................................... 58 2012........Alex Emeterio............................................................51

1986........Jennifer Boggs.............................................................4 1987........Jennifer Boggs/Lisa Tew..............................................2 1988........Susan Carter...............................................................8 1989........N/A........................................................................ N/A 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 2010........Alex Emeterio, Eileen Horsmon, Heather Robb, ................Whitney Sirois, Jordan Jewett.......................................1 2011........Katelyn Bedwell, April Langley......................................3 2012........Alex Emeterio, Eileen Horsmon, Aisha Figueroa............2

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 2010........ Brittany Ausley..........................................................14 2011........ Jordan Jewett............................................................14 2012........ Eileen Horsmon.........................................................10

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 2010........ Kaitlin Merkt.............................................................11 2011........ Kaitlin Merkt...............................................................9 2012........ Katelyn Bedwell, Heather Robb..................................11

Triples 1985........Angela Riddle..............................................................6

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 2010........ Kaitlin Merkt............................................................ 38 2011........ Kaitlin Merkt............................................................ 39 2012........ Eileen Horsmon........................................................ 46 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 2010........Alex Emeterio............................................................24 2011........Alex Emeterio........................................................... 20 2012........Heather Robb........................................................... 19 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 2010........ Jordan Jewett..............................................................7 2011........ Aisha Figueroa..........................................................21 2012........ Aisha Figueroa..........................................................14

Complete season stats from 1989-91 are missing and those from seasons prior to that are incomplete.


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Yearly Leaders - Pitching

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........N/A........................................................................ N/A 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 2010........ Amber Harrell........................................................... 15 2011........ Cory Mattson............................................................14 2012........ Cory Mattson............................................................14 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 2010........ Amber Harrell.........................................................2.74 2011........ Cory Mattson........................................................ 4.04 2012........ Cory Mattson.........................................................4.10 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

Vanessa Oakes

Vanessa Oakes (2004-07) 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 also spent two seasons as UNCG’s pitching coach from 2009-10. 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 2010........ Amber Harrell...................................................... 204.1 2011........ Cory Mattson.......................................................197.1 2012........ Cory Mattson...................................................... 181.0 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 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 2010........ Amber Harrell/Cory Mattson.......................................1 2011........ Cory Mattson..............................................................3 2012........ Erica Navarette...........................................................4 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 2010........ Amber Harrell..........................................................214 2011........ Cory Mattson......................................................... 106 2012........ Cory Mattson............................................................97

Complete season stats from 1989-91 are missing and those from seasons prior to that are incomplete.


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) 4/13..... North Carolina Wesleyan*............W 7-4 4/13..... 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*............L, 4-6 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&.......... * 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 (6) 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........................................L 1-11 4/14..... Averett.........................................W 6-4 4/16..... at Methodist*..........................L 1-2 (8) 4/16..... at Methodist*...............................L 3-4 *Dixie Conference game ^ Games later forfeited because of ineligible player on Charlotte roster @ UNCG Invitational, Greensboro, N.C.

2013 UNCG S o f t b a l l 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.

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

1990 Record: 26-13 Head coach: Mary Jo Campbell

3/1....... at Charlotte...................................L 2-4 3/1....... at Charlotte...................................L 2-4 3/6....... Heidelberg...................................W 6-1 3/6....... Heidelberg................................ W 12-2 3/16..... at North Carolina Wesleyan..........W 6-2 3/16..... at North Carolina Wesleyan...........L 3-4 3/21..... Averett*.......................................W 7-1 3/21..... Averett*.................................... W 22-2 3/22..... at Longwood................................W 2-1 3/22..... at Longwood.................................L 1-6 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 4/9....... North Carolina A&T@....................W 4-0 4/9....... Ferrum@......................................W 5-3 4/9....... Greensboro College@...................W 6-0 4/9....... 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

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 3/18..... Catawba......................................W 5-0 3/18..... Catawba......................................W 5-4 3/19..... at North Carolina A&T............... W 12-0 3/19..... at North Carolina A&T............... W 12-7 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 7-6 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 9-6 4/18..... at Virginia.....................................L 0-3 4/18..... at Virginia.....................................L 1-6

* Dixie Conference game @ UNCG Invitational, Greensboro, N.C. & Dixie Conference Tournament, Danville, Va. DIAC Tournament Champions

@ 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 5-3 3/17..... Lenoir-Rhyne.......................... W 6-5 (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 1-2 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 0-4 4/3....... at Winthrop...................................L 1-8 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$...............................W 4-1 3/14..... vs. Charleston Southern$....... 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


2013 UNCG S o f t b a l l

1992 team

UNCG went 31-18-1 in 1992, its first season at the Division I 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. Saint 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

1994 Record: 35-23 (10-4 Big South, 3rd) Head coach: Melody Cope 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$...................................L 1-4 3/11..... vs. Saint Louis$............................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 * 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

1994 team

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

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..... at 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. ! 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


2013 UNCG S o f t b a l l 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) 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

1997 team

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

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 Championship, 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) * 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 Championship, 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


2013 UNCG S o f t b a l l 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 Championship, Greensboro, N.C.

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 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

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....... at Chattanooga&.....................L 1-3 (9) 5/9....... vs. 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 Championship, 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 (5) 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..... at Elon#..................................W 9-0 (5) 2/23..... vs. Michigan State#.....................W 1-0 2/24..... vs. Michigan State#.....................W 2-1 2/24..... at 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 (5) 3/8....... at #1 UCLA%............................L 0-8 (6) 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..... East Tennessee State*................L 2-13 3/16..... East Tennessee State*..................L 3-4 3/17..... East Tennessee State*.................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 (6) 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 (6) 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. East Tennessee State&.............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, Marietta, Ga. & SoCon Championship, Chattanooga, Tenn.

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

2004 Record: 30-30 (8-12 SoCon, 5th) Head coach: Stephanie DeFeo

Leigh Irwin (1998-01) was a two-time All-Southern Conference selection and the SoCon Player of the Year in 2001. 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 9-1 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 3/18..... Marshall.................................W 6-3 (6) 3/19..... East Carolina...............................W 8-6 3/19..... East Carolina..........................W 5-4 (5) 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 (5) 3/25..... at Virginia.....................................L 5-8 3/29..... at East Tennessee State*..............L 3-5 3/29..... at East Tennessee State*..... W 12-4 (6) 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 (5) 4/5....... Appalachian State*..............W 11-0 (5) 4/6....... Appalachian State*..............W 11-1 (5) 4/12..... at Georgia Southern*....................L 0-1 4/12..... at Georgia Southern*....................L 1-2 4/13..... at Georgia Southern*..............W 8-0 (6) 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

2/13 .... Mercer@......................................W 5-2 2/13..... 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 (Ohio)%........................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....... East Tennessee State*.................W 5-3 4/9....... East Tennessee State*.................W 8-1 4/10..... East Tennessee State*.................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 5/8....... Elon*...........................................W 7-5 5/8....... Elon*............................................L 4-5 5/9....... Elon*............................................L 0-6 5/13..... vs. Elon&......................................L 3-9 5/14..... vs. Appalachian State&..........L 3-13 (6) * Southern Conference game @ Triangle Classic, Greensboro/Raleigh, N.C. ^ UNCW Seahawk Classic, Wilmington, N.C. # Charleston Southern Tournament, Summerville, S.C.


2013 UNCG S o f t b a l l $ Charlotte Tournament, Charlotte, N.C. % Georgia Tech Buzz Classic, Atlanta, Ga. & SoCon Championship, 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 Championship, 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)

2004 team

The 2004 team opened the season 12-2, good for the best start to a season in school history. The Spartans went 3-0 at the weather-shortened Triangle Classic, then won the UNCW Seahawk Classic with a 5-1 mark. UNCG went 4-1 at the Charleston Southern Tournament.

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..... vs. Western Carolina&.................. W 5-3 5/11..... at 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 Championship, 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 3-6 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 4-3 (9) 2/28..... St. Francis (Pa.)............................ W 4-1 3/3....... vs. St. Francis (Pa.)$..................... W 2-0 3/3....... vs. Bucknell$............................... W 5-0 3/4....... vs. Norfolk State$................... W 8-0 (6) 3/4....... at Elon$........................................ L 5-6 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) 5/10..... 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 Championship, 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 4/6....... 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. $ East Carolina Pirate Clash, Greenville, N.C. & SoCon Championship, Mt. Pleasant, S.C.


2013 UNCG S o f t b a l l 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) 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 Championship, Chattanooga, Tenn.

2010 Record: 27-30 (12-11 SoCon, 4th) Head coach: Jennifer Herzig 2/13..... vs. Drexel#....................................L 0-3 2/13..... vs. Bethune-Cookman#................W 5-3 2/14..... vs. Virginia Tech#...................L 2-8 (10) 2/14..... at Jacksonville#.....................L 2-10 (6) 2/19..... vs. Delaware^...............................L 7-8 2/20..... vs. St. Joseph’s^......................L 1-2 (9) 2/20..... at No. 23 North Carolina^........L 0-8 (6) 2/21..... vs. Delaware^..............................W 4-0 2/26..... Sacred Heart@.............................W 5-3

2/26..... Niagara@......................................L 2-3 2/27..... Cleveland State@........................L 6-13 2/27..... Sacred Heart@.........................L 0-8 (5) 2/28..... Niagara@.....................................W 7-4 3/5....... vs. Akron%....................................L 0-4 3/5....... vs. Howard%................................W 1-0 3/6....... vs. Bowling Green%......................W 4-1 3/7....... vs. Jacksonville State%.................L 2-4 3/7....... vs. Tennessee Tech%....................W 4-1 3/13..... Georgia Southern*...................L 1-4 (8) 3/13..... Georgia Southern*.......................W 3-2 3/14..... Georgia Southern*........................L 1-2 3/18..... No. 16 North Carolina...................L 1-5 3/20..... at College of Charleston*....W 11-7 (11) 3/20..... at College of Charleston*.............W 5-1 3/24..... Marshall.............................. W 13-5 (6) 3/24..... Marshall......................................W 3-1 3/25..... NC State................................L 0-10 (5) 3/25..... NC State......................................W 5-1 3/30..... East Carolina................................L 1-4 3/30..... East Carolina................................L 3-6 4/2....... Elon*............................................L 1-2 4/3....... Elon*...........................................W 6-0 4/3....... Elon*............................................L 1-6 4/7....... at Liberty............................W 11-10 (9) 4/7....... at Liberty...............................L 2-10 (6) 4/10..... at Appalachian State*..................L 2-3 4/10..... at Appalachian State*........... W 4-2 (8) 4/11..... at Appalachian State*.................W 3-1 4/17..... Western Carolina*............... W 15-1 (5) 4/17..... Western Carolina*........................L 1-4 4/18..... Western Carolina*................W 17-1 (5) 4/22..... North Carolina A&T......................W 6-5 4/22..... North Carolina A&T................ W 9-1 (6) 4/24..... at Furman*..................................W 5-0 4/25..... at Furman*..................................W 3-0 4/25..... at Furman*...................................L 3-4 4/27..... at Charlotte...................................L 2-9 5/1....... Chattanooga*..........................L 2-3 (8) 5/1....... Chattanooga*...............................L 2-6 5/2....... Chattanooga*..............................W 3-0 5/8....... at Samford*................................W, 5-3 5/8....... at Samford*.................................L, 1-7 5/9....... at Samford*.................................L, 4-5 5/13..... at Chattanooga&........................W, 4-1 5/13..... vs. Elon&.....................................L, 4-6 5/14..... vs. Georgia Southern&................W, 2-1 5/14..... vs. Elon&.....................................L, 3-6 * = Southern Conference game # = JU Tournament, Jacksonville, Fla. ^ = Carolina Classic, Chapel Hill, N.C. @ = UNCG Spartan Classic, Greensboro, N.C. % = Buzz Classic, Woodstock, Ga. & = SoCon Championship, Chattanooga, Tenn.

2011 Record: 26-32 (10-14 SoCon, 6th) Head coach: Jennifer Herzig 2/11..... at No. 23 Florida State#......... W 1-0 (9) 2/11..... vs. Hofstra#...........................L 0-16 (5) 2/12..... vs. St. John’s#...................... W 13-3 (5) 2/12..... at No. 23 Florida State#.........L 3-13 (5) 2/13..... vs. St John’s#..............................L 7-13 2/18..... at Charlotte%................................L 0-3 2/18..... vs. Eastern Kentucky%.......... W 10-1 (5) 2/19..... vs. St. Francis (Pa.)%....................W 3-1 2/19..... vs. St. Francis (Pa.)%....................W 8-6 2/20..... vs. Eastern Kentucky%..................W 5-2 2/25..... Morehead State@...................L 1-13 (5) 2/25..... Kansas@.......................................L 3-8 2/26..... Minnesota@..................................L 0-1 2/26..... Minnesota@..................................L 6-8 2/27..... Morehead State@.........................W 3-2 3/4....... vs. Western Kentucky$..................L 1-7 3/4....... vs. Evansville$..............................W 9-3 3/6....... vs. UAB$.......................................L 7-8 3/9....... Charlotte......................................W 3-2 3/9....... Charlotte.......................................L 2-7 3/19..... College of Charleston*..................L 0-7 3/19..... College of Charleston*.................W 5-4 3/20..... College of Charleston*.................W 4-0 3/23..... at NC State...................................L 5-8 3/23..... at NC State..............................L 0-9 (5)

2010 team

The 2010 team reached the Southern Conference Championship title game for the first time in school history. 3/26..... Furman*......................................W 7-3 3/26..... Furman*.......................................L 4-8 3/27..... Furman*......................................W 4-2 3/29..... at Virginia Tech.......................L 4-13 (6) 3/29..... at Virginia Tech.......................L 3-11 (5) 4/2....... at Western Carolina*.....................L 2-3 4/2....... at Western Carolina*............ W 18-3 (5) 4/3....... at Western Carolina*..................W 10-1 4/6....... Liberty................................... W 9-1 (5) 4/6....... Liberty.........................................W 7-6 4/9....... at Chattanooga*...........................L 5-9 4/9....... at Chattanooga*...........................L 0-3 4/10..... at Chattanooga*......................L 0-8 (5) 4/13..... at North Carolina..........................L 1-4 4/13..... at North Carolina.........................W 5-2 4/16..... Appalachian State*......................L 2-6 4/17..... Appalachian State*......................L 0-1 4/17..... Appalachian State*.....................W 4-0 4/22..... at Georgia Southern*....................L 1-3 4/22..... at Georgia Southern*...............L 0-8 (6) 4/23..... at Georgia Southern*....................L 2-7 4/27..... at North Carolina A&T...........W 11-3 (5) 4/27..... at North Carolina A&T...........W 11-3 (6) 4/30..... Samford*............................ W 12-4 (6) 4/30..... Samford*....................................W 4-1 5/1....... Samford*....................................W 3-2 5/7....... at Elon*.................................L 0-15 (5) 5/7....... at Elon*...................................L 0-1 (8) 5/8....... at Elon*........................................L 0-7 5/11..... at Georgia Southern&..................W 2-0 5/12..... vs. Samford&...............................W 4-1 5/13..... vs. Chattanooga&.......................L 0-13 5/14..... vs. College of Charleston&............L 0-2 * = Southern Conference game # = Seminole Kick Off Classic, Tallahassee, Fla. % = First Pitch Classic, Charlotte, N.C. @ = UNCG Spartan Classic, Greensboro, N.C. $ = Buzz Classic, Woodstock, Ga. & = SoCon Championship, Statesboro, Ga.

2012 Record: 22-34 (10-13 SoCon, 4th) Head coach: Jennifer Herzig 2/10..... vs. Virginia Tech#...................L 1-10 (5) 2/10..... at Jacksonville#..........................L 3-10 2/11..... vs. Buffalo#..................................L 3-6 2/11..... vs. Saint Louis#.............................L 0-1 2/12..... vs. Virginia Tech#...................L 3-12 (6) 2/17..... vs. Fordham%........................... W 12-7 2/17..... at East Carolina%..........................L 1-2 2/18..... vs. No. 21 Louisville%....................L 4-5 2/25..... Utah@...........................................L 1-3 2/25..... Drexel@........................................W 5-1 2/26..... Rider@................................... W 9-1 (6) 3/2....... vs. UT Martin$...............................L 2-3 3/2....... vs. Jacksonville State$..................L 3-8 3/3....... vs. Morehead State$....................W 9-3 3/4....... vs. Kennesaw State$....................W 6-5 3/4....... vs. Winthrop$................................L 0-2 3/7....... North Carolina Central........... W 8-0 (6) 3/8....... at Charlotte............................L 2-14 (5)

3/8....... at Charlotte.................................L 9-11 3/10..... at Appalachian State*.............L 0-8 (6) 3/10..... at Appalachian State*.................W 9-4 3/11..... at Appalachian State*.................W 7-2 3/14..... Virginia Tech.................................L 0-3 3/14..... Virginia Tech.................................L 4-8 3/17..... Elon*...........................................W 5-0 3/17..... Elon*............................................L 5-7 3/18..... Elon*.......................................L 0-8 (5) 3/20..... North Carolina A&T.............. W 12-4 (6) 3/22..... at Gardner-Webb...................W 11-1 (6) 3/22..... at Gardner-Webb.........................L 5-10 3/24..... at Furman*...................................L 0-3 3/24..... at Furman*...................................L 5-6 3/25..... at Furman*..................................W 2-1 3/31..... at Samford*.................................W 5-3 3/31..... at Samford*..................................L 1-2 4/1....... at Samford*.............................. W 13-8 4/4....... at Liberty.....................................W 6-5 4/4....... at Liberty............................... W 9-1 (5) 4/6....... Georgia Southern*........................L 2-4 4/6....... Georgia Southern*........................L 3-9 4/7....... Georgia Southern*.................L 2-10 (6) 4/11..... No. 24 North Carolina............L 0-11 (5) 4/11..... No. 24 North Carolina.................L 0-10 4/17..... at Radford.............................. W 4-3 (9) 4/17..... at Radford.....................................L 0-2 4/21..... at College of Charleston*.............W 5-2 4/21..... at College of Charleston*..............L 0-2 4/28..... Western Carolina*.......................W 8-7 4/28..... Western Carolina*.......................W 6-5 4/29..... Western Carolina*.......................W 4-2 5/5....... Chattanooga*..........................L 1-9 (6) 5/5....... Chattanooga*...............................L 1-7 5/6....... Chattanooga*...............................L 3-6 5/10..... at Appalachian State&..................L 2-6 5/10..... vs. Samford&...............................W 6-5 5/11..... vs. College of Charleston&............L 3-6 * = Southern Conference game # = Wingate by Wyndham Opening Weekend Tournament, Jacksonville, Fla. % = Pirate Classic, Greenville, N.C. @ = UNCG Spartan Classic, Greensboro, N.C. $ = Buzz Classic, Woodstock, Ga. & = SoCon Championship, Boone, N.C.


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Honors

National/regional/state honors

CoSIDA Academic All-America Winn Hazlegrove (second team).... 1992-93 Winn Hazlegrove (first team)......... 1993-94 Kris Harris (first team).................. 1993-94 Winn Hazlegrove (first team)......... 1994-95 Jennifer Moran (first team)...........2002-03 CoSIDA Academic All-District III Jennifer Moran (first team)...........2002-03 Jessica Vanderploeg (first team)...2002-03 NFCA All-Region First Team Penny Thompson............................... 2002 Alex Emeterio.....................................2010 NFCA All-Region Second Team Leigh Irwin........................................ 2000 Penny Thompson............................... 2000 Jennifer Hubbard.............................. 2003 Penny Thompson............................... 2003 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 Emily Akiyama............................. 2009-10 Kayla Hensley.............................. 2009-10 Kaitlin Merkt................................ 2009-10 Laura Olenderski.......................... 2009-10 Heather Robb............................... 2009-10 Josie Felix.................................... 2010-11 Kristen Gabel............................... 2010-11 Kayla Hensley.............................. 2010-11 Eileen Horsmon........................... 2010-11 Toni MacReynolds........................ 2010-11 NCCSIA All-State Joni Gomez....................................... 2004 Jennifer Bonilla................................. 2005 Alex Emeterio.....................................2010

Eileen Horsmon.................................2010 Kaitlin Merkt......................................2010 Alex Emeterio.....................................2011 Kaitlin Merkt......................................2011 Alex Emeterio.....................................2012 Eileen Horsmon.................................2012

Southern Conference honors All-Southern Conference First Team Jill Quilla............................................1998 Lara Long...........................................1998 Danielle Sekula.................................1998 Judy Baker.........................................1999 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 Alex Emeterio.....................................2010 Alex Emeterio.....................................2011 All-Southern Conference 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 Amber Harrell.....................................2010 Eileen Horsmon.................................2010 Kaitlin Merkt......................................2011 Eileen Horsmon.................................2011 Katelyn Bedwell.................................2012 Southern Conference All-Freshman Team Alex Emeterio.................................... 2009 Eileen Horsmon.................................2010 Katelyn Bedwell.................................2011 Aisha Figueroa...................................2011 Academic All-Southern Conference Kim Benningfield.............................. 2003

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

Jennifer Moran

Jennifer Moran was a first-team CoSIDA Academic All-American in 2002-03. Jessica Vanerploeg........................... 2003 Jennifer Moran.................................. 2003 Vanessa Massie................................ 2004 Kara Clouser..................................... 2005 Adriane Audley.................................. 2005 Kara Clouser..................................... 2006 Krista Judge...................................... 2006 Kara Clouser......................................2007 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 Emily Akiyama...................................2010 Laura Olenderski................................2010 Whitney Sirois....................................2010 Eileen Horsmon.................................2011 Heather Robb.....................................2011 All-Southern Conference Tournament Joy Stogner........................................1998 Danielle Sekula.................................1998 Amy Poole......................................... 2000 Joy Stogner........................................2001 Kim Benningfield.............................. 2003 Vanessa Oakes..................................2007 Hannah Angel................................... 2008 Alex Emeterio.....................................2010 Amber Harrell.....................................2010 Eileen Horsmon.................................2010 Whitney Sirois....................................2010 Cory Mattson.....................................2011 SoCon Tournament Most Outstanding Player Amber Harrell.....................................2010 Southern Conference Player of the Year Lara Long...........................................1998


2013 UNCG S o f t b a l l Leigh Irwin.........................................2001 Penny Thompson............................... 2002 Jennifer Hubbard.............................. 2003 Southern Conference Coleman Lew Leadership Award Laura Olenderski..........................2008-09 Southern Conference Player of the Month Jennifer Bonilla..........................April 2005 Adriane Audley.................... February 2007 Southern Conference Pitcher of the Month Amber Harrell...................... February 2008 Amber Harrell..............................May 2010 Southern Conference 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 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...................... Feb. 27, 2006 Gwen Johnson...................March 13, 2006 Brittany Ausley.....................April 13, 2009 Alex Emeterio......................April 26, 2010 Kaitlin Merkt.........................May 10, 2010 Alex Emeterio..........................May 2, 2011 Heather Robb.......................April 30, 2012 Southern Conference 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 Cory Mattson...................... March 8, 2010 Amber Harrell.................... March 29, 2010 Amber Harrell.......................April 19, 2010 Amber Harrell.......................April 26, 2010 Raeanne Hanks.......................May 2, 2011

Winn Hazlegrove................................1995 Karyn Thompson................................1995 Tara Steinhardt..................................1995 Karyn Thompson................................1996 Danielle Sekula.................................1996 Jessie Marsh......................................1997 Christine Hornak................................1997 All-Big South Second Team Shonda Spagnola..............................1994 Erin Kluttz..........................................1994 Lara Long...........................................1995 Lori Leete...........................................1995 Jill Quilla............................................1996 Erin Chandler.....................................1996 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 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 Hornak................................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

Southern Conference Student-Athlete of the Week Jennifer Moran.......................April 2, 2003 Laura Olenderski............... March 24, 2010 Emily Akiyama......................May 19, 2010

DIAC All-Conference Second Team Susan Carter......................................1987 Deedee Smith....................................1988

Big South honors All-Big South First Team Winn Hazlegrove................................1993 Karyn Thompson................................1993 Donna McLamb.................................1993 Kris Harris..........................................1993 Winn Hazlegrove................................1994 Karyn Thompson................................1994 Kris Harris..........................................1994 Erin Chandler.....................................1995

Winn Hazlegrove

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. She was a three-time AllBig South Conference selection and was the Big South tournament MVP in 1994.

Laura Olenderski

Laura Olenderski was a four-time NFCA ScholarAthlete from 2006-10. Olenderski was also UNCG’s female recipient of the SoCon’s Coleman Lew Leadership Award in 2008-09.

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 UNCG all-time fastpitch roster (1985-present)

Name.............................................................Years AAAA Adams, Courtney.......................................... 1991-94 Aguilar, Jennifer............................................2002-03 Akiyama, Emily............................................. 2007-10 Alcala, Tatiana.................................. 2012-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............................................. 2007-10 BBBB Baker, Judy................................................... 1997-99 Baldwin, Aubrey................................. 2012-present Bedwell, Katelyn................................ 2011-present 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 Delaney, Lauren..................................................1998 Dietz, Sarah........................................................2001 Duncan, Koury.............................................. 2006-07 EEEE Edenfield, Rhonda........................................ 1990-91 Emeterio, Alex...............................................2009-12 FFFF Faircloth, Misty............................................. 2000-01 Fecile, Lisa................................................... 1987-88 Feguson, Sarah...................................................1987 Felix, Josie.................................................... 2011-12 Figueroa, Aisha................................. 2011-present 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............................................... 2008-11 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............................................... 2007-10 Harris, Kris....................................................1992-94 Harrison, Andrea...........................................2000-02 Hazlegrove, Winn..........................................1992-95 Hensley, Kayla.............................................. 2008-11 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............................................... 2009-11 Johnson, Ally................................................. 2010-11 Johnson, Amanda.........................................1999-02 Johnson, Gwen..............................................2005-06 Johnson, Melissa..........................................2003-04 Judge, Krista.................................................2005-06 KKKK Kluttz, Erin....................................................1992-95 LLLL Langley, April................................................. 2010-11 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 MacReynolds, Toni............................. 2011-present Madrugal, Dominique........................ 2012-present Marsh, Jessie................................................1996-99 Massie, Vanessa...........................................2002-04 Mattson, Cory...............................................2009-12 McDonald, Deborah............................................1989 McLamb, Donna...........................................1992-93 McKnight, Robin.................................................1985 Merkt, Kaitlin................................................ 2007-11 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 NNNN Navarette, Erica................................. 2012-present Norris, Jesse................................................. 1999-01 Norton, Kristy................................................1999-02 OOOO Oakes, Vanessa............................................2004-07 Olenderski, Laura.......................................... 2007-10 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 Reetz, Ashley................................................ 2011-12 Rich, Penny.........................................................1996 Riddle, Angela....................................................1985 Riesenhuber, Darci.............................................1989 Rizzo, Tracy...................................................1993-94 Robb, Heather................................... 2010-present Rogers, Amy.................................................. 1987-88 Ruffin, Kiah....................................... 2012-present SSSS Schnute, Brandi............................................2005-08 Sekula, Danielle...........................................1996-98 Sheehan, Meg..............................................1985-86 Sirois, Whitney.............................................. 2007-10 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.............................................. 2008-11 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 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

UNCG coaching history Year 1985 1986 1987 Totals

Year 1988 1989 1990 1991 Totals

Year 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 Totals

Year 1998 1999 2000 Totals

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

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

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

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

Pct. .429 .463 .594 .495

Tere Dail (49-50-1, .495, three seasons) Conf. Pct. Conf. finish 6-5 .545 4th, Dixie 11-16-1 .411 5th, Dixie 6-8 .429 t4th, Dixie 23-29-1 .443

Pct. .611 .484 .667 .400 .546

Mary Jo Campbell (77-64, .546, four seasons) Conf. Pct. Conf. finish 9-4 .692 3rd, Dixie --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- 9-4 .692

Conf. tourney 4-0 ^ --- --- --- 4-0

Pct. 1.000 ------1.000

Pct. .630 .712 .603 .742 .475 .615 .629

Melody Cope (220-129-3, .629, six seasons) Conf. Pct. Conf. finish --- --- --- 7-0-1 .938 1st, Big South 10-4 .714 3rd, Big South 12-2 .857 1st, Big South 12-4 .750 1st, Big South 10-4 .714 3rd, Big South 51-14-1 .780

Conf. tourney --- 2-2 6-1 ^ 4-1 ^ 4-1 ^ 4-0 ^ 20-5

Pct. --.500 .857 .800 .800 1.000 .800

Pct. .561 .484 .561 .535

Katie Flynn (100-87, .535, three seasons) Conf. Pct. Conf. finish 7-5 .583 2nd, Southern 7-9 .438 3rd, Southern 9-11 .450 3rd, Southern 23-25 .479

Conf. tourney 1-2 0-2 2-2 3-6

Pct. .333 .000 .500 .333

Conf. tourney 1-2 1-2 2-4

Pct. .333 .333 .333

Conf. tourney Pct. 0-1 .000 unknown unknown

Year 2001 2002 Totals

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

Pct. .534 .538 .536

Karen Lee Matteson (66-57-1, .536, two seasons) Conf. Pct. Conf. finish 11-9 .550 4th, Southern 8-12 .400 6th, Southern 19-21 .475

Year 2003 2004 2005* Totals

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

Pct. .679 .500 .300 .527

Stephanie DeFeo (77-69, .527, three seasons) Conf. Pct. Conf. finish 14-6 .700 2nd, Southern 8-12 .400 5th, Southern 0-3 .000 5th, Southern 22-21 .512

1-4

Year Overall 2005* 11-19 Totals 11-19

Pct. .367 .367

Neil Avent (11-19, .367, one season) Conf. Pct. Conf. finish 7-11 .389 5th, Southern 7-11 .389

Conf. tourney Pct. 0-2 .000 0-2 .000

Pct. .323 .439 .411 .441 .474 .448 .393 .418

Jennifer Herzig (173-241, .418, seven seasons) Conf. Pct. Conf. finish 4-17 .190 5th, Southern 7-14 .333 8th, Southern 7-11 .389 5th, Southern 9-12 .429 6th, Southern 12-11 .522 t4th, Southern 10-14 .417 6th, Southern 10-13 .438 4th, Southern 59-92 .391

Conf. tourney 1-2 2-2 2-2 2-2 2-2 2-2 1-2 12-14

Year 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Total

Overall 20-42 29-37 23-33 26-33 27-30 26-32 22-34 173-241

Conf. tourney Pct. 1-2 .333 0-2 .000 .200

Pct. .333 .500 .500 .500 .500 .500 .333 .462

^ Tournament champion * Stephanie DeFeo coached the first 30 games of the 2005 season. Neil Avent was then named the interim head coach and finished the season.


2013 UNCG S o f t b a l l SoCon Opponents Appalachain State April 13-14 at UNCG Softball Stadium Location: Boone, N.C. Nickname: Mountaineers Joined SoCon: 1971 Series: 15-20

Chattanooga April 20-21 at Frost Stadium Location: Chattanooga, Tenn. Nickname: Mocs Joined SoCon: 1976 Series: 10-46

College of Charleston May 4-5 at UNCG Softball Stadium Location: Charleston, S.C. Nickname: Cougars Joined SoCon: 1998 Series: 25-25

Elon March 29-30 at Hunt Softball Park Location: Elon, N.C. Nickname: Phoenix Joined SoCon: 2003 Series: 30-31-2

Furman March 23-24 at UNCG Softball Stadium Location: Greenville, S.C. Nickname: Paladins Joined SoCon: 1936 Series: 31-29

Georgia Southern April 13-14 at UNCG Softball Stadium Location: Statesboro, Ga. Nickname: Eagles Joined SoCon: 1991 Series: 22-45

Samford March 9-10 at UNCG Softball Stadium Location: Birmingham, Ala. Nickname: Bulldogs Joined SoCon: 2008 Series: 10-4

Western Carolina March 16-17 at UNCG Softball Stadium Location: Cullowhee, N.C. Nickname: Catamounts Joined SoCon: 1976 Series: 13-11

Non-Conference Opponents

George Mason Feb. 9/10 at Buccaneer Field (Charleston Southern Tournament)

Location: Fairfax, Va. Nickname: Patriots Conference: CAA Series: 11-2

Charleston Southern Feb. 9 at Buccaneer Field (Charleston Southern Tournament) Location: Charleston, S.C. Nickname: Buccaneers Conference: Big South Series: 19-2-1

Belmont Feb. 15/16 at Barbara Williams Softball Complex - (Hornet Invitational) Location: Nashville, Tenn. Nickname: Bruins Conference: Ohio Valley Series: 1-0

Alabama State Feb. 15 at Barbara Williams Softball Complex - (Hornet Invitational) Location: Montgomery, Ala. Nickname: Hornets Conference: SWAC Series: First meeting

Eastern Illinois Feb. 16/17 at Barbara Williams Softball Complex - (Hornet Invitational) Location: Charleston, Ill. Nickname: Panthers Conference: Ohio Valley Series: 0-3

Quinnipiac Feb. 22/24 at UNCG Softball Stadium (UNCG Spartan Classic Tournament) Location: Hamden, Conn. Nickname: Bobcats Conference: NEC Series: First meeting

Marshall Feb. 22/23 at UNCG Softball Stadium (UNCG Spartan Classic Tournament) Location: Huntington, W. Va. Nickname: Thundering Herd Conference: C-USA Series: 7-6

Drexel Feb. 23/24 at UNCG Softball Stadium (UNCG Spartan Classic Tournament) Location: Philadelphia, Pa. Nickname: Dragons Conference: CAA Series: 3-1


2013 UNCG S o f t b a l l Non-Conference Opponents Dayton March 1 at Winthrop Tournament Location: Dayton, Ohio Nickname: Flyers Conference: Atlantic 10 Series: 2-0

Hartford March 1 at Winthrop Tournament Location: West Hartford, Conn. Nickname: Hawks Conference: America East Series: First meeting

Rhode Island March 2 at Winthrop Tournament Location: Kingston, RI. Nickname: Rams Conference: Atlantic 10 Series: 1-0

Virginia March 2 at Winthrop Tournament Location: Charlottesville, Va. Nickname: Cavaliers Conference: ACC Series: 3-19

Monmouth March 3 at Winthrop Tournament Location: West Long Branch, N.J. Nickname: Hawks Conference: NEC Series: 2-0

Virginia Tech March 5 at Tech Softball Park Location: Blacksburg, Va. Nickname: Hokies Conference: ACC Series: 6-19

Charlotte (DH) March 14 at UNCG Softball Stadium Location: Charlotte, N.C. Nickname: 49ers Conference: Atlantic 10 Series: 27-38

Towson March 20 at UNCG Softball Stadium Location: Towson, Md. Nickname: Tigers Conference: CAA Series: 8-3

Non-Conference Opponents North Carolina A&T (DH)

March 21 at Lady Aggies Softball Complex Location: Greensboro, N.C. Nickname: Aggies Conference: MEAC Series: 35-2

North Carolina Central (DH)

April 4 at Thomas Brooks Park (Cary, N.C.) Location: Durham, N.C. Nickname: Eagles Conference: MEAC Series: 8-3

Liberty April 10 at UNCG Softball Stadium Location: Lynchburg, Va. Nickname: Flames Conference: Big South Series: 1-0

UNCW April 16 at Boseman Field Location: Wilmington, N.C. Nickname: Seahawks Conference: CAA Series: 8-43

North Carolina April 24 at Anderson Softball Stadium Location: Chapel Hill, N.C. Nickname: Tar Heels Conference: ACC Series: 32-14-1


2013 UNCG S o f t b a l l Series Records Opponent.........................W-L Adelphi...............................1-0 UAB....................................0-1 Akron..................................3-6 Appalachian State..........15-20 Army...................................2-0 Averett................................8-2 Baldwin-Wallace................. 1-2 Ball State...........................2-1 Barton................................2-0 Belmont..............................1-0 Bennett..............................2-0 Bethune-Cookman.............. 1-0 Binghamton........................ 1-0 Boston College................... 2-5 Boston University................ 2-1 Bowling Green.................... 1-0 Bucknell.............................1-0 Buffalo...............................1-1 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........................27-38

Opponent.........................W-L Chattanooga...................10-46 Christopher Newport........... 4-4 Cleveland State.................. 2-3 Coastal Carolina............. 10-11 Colgate...............................2-1 College of Charleston ....25-25 Connecticut........................0-1 Coppin State......................2-0 Creighton............................0-1 Dayton................................2-0 Delaware............................4-2 Delaware State................... 3-1 Detroit................................4-3 Detroit Mercy......................0-1 Drake.................................0-2 Drexel.................................3-1 East Carolina..................12-28 East Tennessee State........12-5 Eastern Illinois.................... 0-3 Eastern Kentucky................ 6-0 Eastern Mennonite.............. 1-0 Eastern Michigan................ 0-1 Elon.............................30-31-2 Evansville...........................3-0 Fairfield..............................2-2 Fayetteville State................2-0 Ferrum................................3-2

Opponent.........................W-L Florida Southern................. 0-2 Florida State.......................1-2 Florida Gulf Coast............... 0-1 Fordham.............................4-0 Francis Marion.................... 3-0 Furman...........................31-29 Gardner-Webb.................... 5-2 George Mason.................. 11-2 George Washington............. 1-1 Georgia..............................0-4 Georgia Southern............22-45 Georgia Tech.......................2-3 Greensboro College............ 7-3 Hampton............................1-0 Harvard..............................1-1 Hawaii................................1-1 Heidelberg..........................2-0 Hofstra...............................0-1 Howard...............................1-0 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........................1-3

Opponent.........................W-L Meredith.............................3-1 Methodist ..........................4-4 Miami (Ohio)....................... 1-2 Michigan State................... 2-0 MTSU.................................0-1 Minnesota..........................1-8 Monmouth..........................2-0 Morehead State.................. 4-2 Morgan State...................... 2-0 Mount St. Mary’s................ 3-0 New York Tech..................... 2-0 Niagara..............................2-1 Norfolk State...................... 1-0 North Carolina..................8-43 NC A&T.............................35-2 NC Central..........................3-0 NC State........................... 2-11 NC Wesleyan....................... 8-7 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

Opponent.........................W-L Purdue................................1-1 Radford..........................29-13 Rhode Island......................1-0 Rider..................................2-0 Robert Morris......................1-1 Sacred Heart......................1-1 Saint Joseph’s....................0-1 Saint Louis..........................2-1 Samford...........................10-4 San Jose State.................... 0-1 Santa Clara........................1-2 Shippensburg.....................1-1 Southeast Missouri St......... 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.).................. 8-1 St. John’s............................6-4 St. Joseph’s........................0-1 St. Mary’s...........................2-0 St. Peter’s...........................2-0 Stephen F. Austin................ 1-1 Stetson...............................1-1

Opponent.........................W-L Syracuse.............................1-0 Temple................................4-4 Tennessee...........................0-2 Tennessee State................. 0-1 Tennessee Tech................... 1-0 Toledo................................4-1 Towson...............................8-3 UCLA..................................0-1 UNC Wilmington..........32-14-1 USC Upstate.......................1-7 Utah...................................0-1 UT Martin............................0-1 Valparaiso..........................5-0 Villanova.............................1-0 Virginia.............................3-19 Virginia Tech.....................6-19 Virginia Wesleyan................ 3-7 Western Carolina............13-11 Western Kentucky............... 0-1 Winthrop......................... 16-10 Wisconsin...........................0-1 Wisconsin-Green Bay.......... 0-1 Wright State........................0-2 Youngstown State............... 1-1

Opponent.........................W-L Jacksonville State............... 0-5 James Madison................... 1-1 Kansas...............................0-1 Kennesaw State.................. 2-1 Kent State..........................4-3 Kentucky.............................1-0 La Salle..............................1-0 Lehigh................................1-1 Lenoir-Rhyne...................... 2-0 Liberty............................29-11 LIU Brooklyn....................... 1-1 Long Beach State............... 0-1 Long Island......................... 0-1 Longwood....................... 21-11 Louisville............................0-1 Loyola (Ill.)..........................1-2 MacAlester......................... 3-1 Maine.................................5-6 Manahattan........................ 1-0 Mansfield...........................1-1 Marshall.............................7-6 Maryland............................0-1 Md.-Baltimore County.......13-4 Maryland-Eastern Shore..... 1-0 Maryville.............................1-1 Mercer................................2-0 Mercyhurst......................... 2-0


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Dr. Linda Brady - Chancellor Dr. Linda P. Brady became the 10th chancellor of The University of North Carolina at Greensboro on August 1, 2008. Previously she served as Senior Vice President and Provost at the University of Oregon, Dean of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences at North Carolina State University, and Chair of the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs at the Georgia Institute of Technology. At UNCG Dr. Brady has led efforts to establish a mixed-use village designed to recapture theresidential character of the university, launched an academic Board of Trustees restructuring and program review process designed to guide fuDr. Kate R. Barrett ture directions and investment, and positioned intercollegiate athletics as an important element of the student experience. Charles Blackmon Under her leadership UNCG has won numerous awards and Nathan Duggins recognitions, including designation by Forbes as a “Best Buy,” inclusion among Princeton Review’s Dr. Carolyn R. Ferree Best 376 Colleges, recognition by the 2012 G.I. Jobs List as a “military friendly” school, named a Linda Hiatt campus sustainability leader in the College Sustainability Report Card 2011, and recognition as one Randall R. Kaplan of the nation’s most affordable public universities by the U.S. Department of Education. M. Lee McAllister The University of North Carolina at Greensboro has been recognized by the Education Trust as Dr. Richard L. Morre one of only five U.S. colleges and universiSusan M. Safran ties serving low-income students well, and is on the short list of American universities Harriett Smalls that have closed the gap between graduaDavid Sprinkle tion rates for black and white students. Martin P. Weissburg Dr. Brady is a member of the Board of Chelsea Boccardo Directors of the Greensboro Partnership, a (SGA President) founding member of Opportunity Greensboro (a collegiate-business partnership), a member of the Greensboro Rotary, and a member of the Board of Directors of the United Way of Greater Greensboro. She chairs the 2011 Campaign for the United Way of Greater Greensboro. She is a native New Yorker and the first member of her family to attend college. She earned her undergraduate degree from Douglass College, a master’s degree in political scien ce from Rutgers University, and her doctorate in political science from The Ohio State University. From 1978 to 1985, Dr. Brady was an analyst with the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Department of Defense, a period covering both the Carter and Reagan administrations. She served as defense adviser to the Negotiations on Mutual and Balanced Force Reductions in Vienna, Austria and held the same position during the Negotiations on Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces in Geneva, Switzerland. Dr. Brady also supported the negotiation and implementation of prepositioning and logistical support agreements with members of NATO and with countries in the Middle East and Persian Gulf. She received the U.S. Department of State Superior Honor award for her work in support of the theater nuclear forces program. Dr. Brady was the Olin Distinguished Professor of National Security at the United States Military Academy in 1991-92. She has served on the board of the U.S. Army War College. Dr. Brady is a two-time recipient of the Outstanding Civilian Service Medal from the U.S. Department of the Army. She served as Senior Fellow for Arms Control at the Carter Center of Emory University from 1986 to 1988. Dr. 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, IL.


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Kim Record - Director of Athletics Kim Record is in her fourth year as the Director of Athletics at UNCG. Record was named to the post Sept. 27, 2009 and leads a program that fields men’s and women’s teams in 17 sports, over 250 student-athletes and 70 employees. Since arriving, Record has reshaped and revamped the athletic department across the board. UNCG has seen improvements on the field and has stimulated interest within the campus and Greensboro communities. During her first three years at UNCG, Record has implemented ‘The Spartan Way’ strategic plan in an effort to ensure the continued success and future improvement of Spartan Athletics. The plan includes five core values and six goals for the department summarized with the motto – ‘We discover and develop champions in life.’ Record has guided UNCG to success on and off the court during her time in Greensboro. In 2011-12 alone, the Spartans posted five regular season titles under her watch, including championship banners in men’s and women’s cross country, men’s soccer, women’s tennis and a divisional title in men’s basketball. UNCG also had five Southern Conference Player of the Year award winners and five conference Coach of the Year honorees last season. The Spartans have excelled in the classroom, having 92 student-athletes named to the SoCon Academic Honor Roll in 2011-12. Additionally, UNCG senior cross country student-athlete Ashley Schnell earned an NCAA winter sport postgraduate scholarship. Schnell and men’s soccer student-athlete Peyton Ford picked up SoCon postgraduate scholarship honors. Women’s basketball student-athlete Amy Clapper also earned the NCAA Women’s Enhancement post-graduate scholarship. Record guided UNCG through the NCAA Division I Certification process in 2011-12, which must be completed at least once every 10 years. The certified designated denotes that an institution operates its athletics program in compliance with operating principles adopted by the Division I membership. Record, who will serve on the NCAA Championships cabinet in 2012-13, is also the vice-chair of the Greensboro Sports Commission, an active member with the Greensboro Rotary and a member of the Greensboro Sports Council. Record, in conjunction with Chancellor Dr. Linda P. Brady, helped develop school spirit-building campaigns such as Move In, Sunday Funday, Go Blue Preview and Blue & Gold Fridays. Record is responsible for the leadership, administration, organization and finances of UNCG’s athletics program, which underwent a major shift in men’s basketball. The Spartan men’s basketball team began playing its games in the Greensboro Coliseum in 2009-10 and enjoyed success last season under SoCon Coach of the Year Wes Miller winning the North Division title. The Spartans will play in the Greensboro Coliseum for the fourth year in 2012-13, hosting 15 games in one of the premier facilities in the region. Record coordinates fundraising and operation of the Spartan Club with the vice chancellor for university advancement. She oversees efforts to engage alumni, fans and the community with UNCG athletics. The Spartan Club surpassed its annual scholarship fund goal of $300,000 for the 2012 fiscal year and set a new all-time record for the scholarship fund. The Spartan Club posted an annual scholarship fund total of $307,479, a 20.7% increase over last year’s mark, increasing their efforts by over $50,000 and surpassing the previous high that was set in 1987. Record also has a lead role in strategic planning and in athletics facilities development. She helped complete the facility upgrades at the UNCG Baseball Stadium and the renovations of the HHP locker room facilities. The 12,000 square foot HHP facility hosts team lounges, shower facilities and general locker room areas for men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s tennis, men’s and women’s cross country and track, men’s and women’s soccer, volleyball and softball. Record, who served as a consultant with ISP Sports before taking her current position, was the senior associate director of athletics at Florida State University 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. Record emerged from a national search that drew 125 candidates, and is UNCG’s first female athletic director. She is only the second woman to hold an athletic director’s position in the 89-year history of the Southern Conference. 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 executive-level 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 rose 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 video boards, 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 from Virginia and earned an M.S. degree in sports management from Florida State. She has two sons – Kyle, 24 a graduate student at the University of Virginia, and Josh, 19, a freshman at the College of Charleston.


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UNCG Athletics Hall of Fame

Team Inductions 1973 Women’s Golf Team

(Inducted 2004) Won the first national championship of any kind for UNCG, competing in the AIAW National Tournament in Massachusetts … defeated Rollins College on the final hole for the championship.

1982 Men’s Soccer Team (Inducted 2004) Won the NCAA Division III National Championship without a home field … facilities at UNCG were under renovation at the time, forcing the team to play its games at near-by Grimsley High School … the team finished 19-3-0, including a 3-0 win over Wake Forest during the regular season and a 2-1 win over Plymouth State in double overtime in the NCAA quarterfinals.

1981-82 Women’s Basketball Team (Inducted 2007) National runnersup in the first-ever NCAA Division III Women’s Basketball Tournament … amassed a record of 25-3, losing in overtime at Elizabethtown College (Pa.) … began a run of seven consecutive 20-win seasons for the women’s basketball program.

1983 Men’s Soccer Team (Inducted 2009) Brought home the school’s second consecutive national title with a dominant season. Went 23-1-1 on the year, including outscoring its seven conference foes by a combined 44-1. Twelve of its first 13 matches were won by shutout. Won a then-NCAA record 23 matches, including rallying from a 2-0 deficit in the national title match to defeat Claremont.

Individual Inductions

Lynne Agee - Women’s Basketball Coach (Inducted 2004) The first active head coach to be enshrined … first coach in NCAA history to lead her team to the NCAA Tournament in all three divisions … more than 500 career wins to her credit.

Jim Allen - Administrator (Inducted 2003) Former vice chancellor for student affairs … had oversight on program’s move from Division III to I.

Maxine Allen - Amateur Athlete (Inducted 2001) Garnered national attention as duckpin bowler … set world records and earned a top national ranking.

1983 Women’s Tennis Team (Inducted 2008) With four freshmen and two sophomores, team compiled a 20-4 record, including 14-2 in the spring, and finished the NCAA Division III national runners-up … Amy Brown and Lisa Zimmerman earned All-American honors that season.

1994 Baseball Team (Inducted 2010) The 1994 Spartan baseball squad became the first team in school history to record a victory in an NCAA tournament at the Division I level … In just its fourth year of existence, UNCG went 39-18 on the way to a Big South Conference title and 2-2 at the NCAA South Regional, defeating Southeast Louisiana and Tulane while falling twice to national power Southern California.

Mike Berticelli - Men’s Soccer Coach (Inducted 2000) Led UNCG to Division III national championships in 1982 and 1983 … guided UNCG to 70-9-5 record (86.3%) in four seasons.

Nelson Bobb - Administrator (Inducted February 2008) UNCG’s Director of Athletics for more than 25 years … Led the program through its transition from Division III to Division II to Division I and from the Big South Conference into the Southern Conference.

Ty Buckner - Administrator (Inducted 2010) Helped build the foundation of the Athletics Hall of Fame and served as the school’s first-ever full-time sports information director when the university was transitioning from Division III to Division I.

Mike Burke - Supporter (Inducted 2001) Led UNCG’s charge in scholarship fundraising … created first athletic endowment in 1987 … raised funds toward a total endowment now valued at more than $4 million.

Marge Burns - Amateur Athlete (Inducted 2000) Holds record of 10 North Carolina State Amateur Golf titles … named Carolinas Outstanding Amateur five times … qualified and played in 14 USGA Amateur Championships, as well as six US Open Tournaments.

Joseph Caldeira - Men’s Golf (Inducted 2009) A second-team All-American selection in 1979 ... was the first male student-athlete to earn All-American honors in any sport ... finished 10th in the 1979 NCAA Division III Championship.


2013 UNCG S o f t b a l l Renee Coltrane - Women’s Basketball (Inducted 2001) All-American as a junior (1983-84) … first women’s basketball player to exceed 1,000 points and 1,000 rebounds in a career.

Wendy Engelmann-Gettings - Women’s Basketball (Inducted 2002) Scored 1,378 points and dished out a school-record 574 assists … was a third-team All-American in 1983-84.

Siggi Eyjolffson - Men’s Soccer (Inducted September 2008) Three-time All-American and two-time Academic AllAmerican … UNCG’s all-time leading scorer with 185 points, recording 75 goals and 35 assists in his four seasons.

Mike Fleming - Supporter (Inducted 2000) UNCG supporter for more than two decades … UNCG named its basketball gymnasium the Michael Fleming Gymnasium on Dec. 1, 1994.

Dr. June Galloway - Administrator (Inducted February 2008) Served as the Coordinator of Women’s Athletics until her passing in 1974, helping to develop the first formal athletics program at UNCG.

Liz Gremillion - Volleyball (Inducted 2006) One of the best setters to ever play for the Spartans, recording over 4,000 assists in her career … named 1995 Big South Conference Player of the Year.

Belmar Gunderson - Amateur Athlete (Inducted 2000) Participated from 1952-56 at Women’s College … competed in four Wimbledons and 11 United States Lawn Tennis National Championships (now U.S. Open).

Larry Hargett - Men’s Basketball Coach (Inducted 2007) Coached UNCG to its first NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament berth, coming at the Division III level … finished the 1979-80 season 16-12 to earn its first NCAA bid.

Scott Hartzell - Men’s Basketball (Inducted 2006) Led UNCG to its first Division I NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament bid, in which UNCG nearly upset Cincinnati … graduated as UNCG’s all-time leading scorer and set every UNCG 3-point shooting standard in his career … led the team in scoring in three of his four seasons.

Jason Haupt - Men’s Soccer (Inducted 2001) Two-time first-team AllAmerican … led UNCG to a Division III national championship in 1987 … UNCG’s all-time leader in goals scored with 77.

Winn Hazlegrove - Softball (Inducted 2005) Three-time CoSIDA Academic All-American honoree … one of UNCG’s greatest softball players, still ranked in the Top 10 in 20 statistical categories at the time of her induction (10 years after her graduation).

Pat Hielscher - Volleyball Coach (Inducted 2001) Coached UNCG’s first volleyball team in 1970 … guided Spartans to a 106-30 record and a NCAIAW state title in 1974.

Christine Hornak - Softball (Inducted 2009) Won 52 games over two seasons pitching for UNCG. Led the Spartans to their first-ever NCAA Tournament bid in 1997 while earning Big South Pitcher of the Year honors.

Elizabeth House - Media / Supporter (Inducted 2003) Former sports writer for The Carolinian and The News & Record covering UNCG athletics.

Lewis Johnstone - Men’s Soccer (Inducted 2000) Led UNCG to three straight national playoff appearances … third alltime leading scorer in team history with 66 goals and 24 assists.

Ellie Jones - Women’s Tennis, Field Hockey, Women’s Basketball (Inducted 2003) One of UNCG’s most versatile student-athletes ever as she excelled in tennis, basketball and field hockey from 1969-73.

Dock Kelly - Wrestling (Inducted 2006) One of UNCG’s first-ever qualifiers for the NCAA Championships (1996) … compiled a 50-34 mark despite competing with birth defects that left him without part of an arm and a leg. Honored by the National Wrestling Hall of Fame with its Medal of Courage.

Dr. David B. Knight - Administrator (Inducted 2004) Not only a leader in the transition from Division III to Division I, but a leader on the national scene as UNCG’s Faculty Athletics Representative … became the only FAR to serve on the Div. I, II and III levels … served as chair of the NCAA’s first Division I Academics / Eligibility / Compliance Cabinet and served as a consultant to the NCAA on numerous academic reform issues.


2013 UNCG S o f t b a l l Ethel Martus Lawther - Administrator (Inducted 2003) Served 26 years as head of Department of Physical Education (194871) … developed both men’s and women’s intercollegiate athletic programs after Women’s College became UNCG in 1963.

Alex Lehnhoff - Men’s Tennis (Inducted 2010) The 1999 Southern Conference Men’s Tennis Player of the Year … as a junior, he won the Southern Conference’s No. 1 flight singles title … won a schoolrecord 27 matches in 1996-97, a mark that stood for 13 years … went 94-37 in singles play during his career and also won more than 60 doubles matches.

Ali Lord - Women’s Soccer (Inducted 2007) UNCG’s record holder for single-season and career goals … tallied 20 or more goals in three seasons … had a single-season record 26 goals in 1996, earning All-American honors … Big South Player of the Year in 1996 and SoCon Player of the Year in 1998.

Raila Maisonlahti - Women’s Soccer (Inducted 2010) During her four seasons (1994-97), the Spartans compiled a 59-234 mark, including a perfect 22-0-0 record in Big South and Southern Conference play … the 1997 squad set school marks for wins (19), shutouts (13), overall points, goals and assists.

Carol Mann - Women’s Golf (Inducted 2002) LPGA Hall of Fame member … earned 38 LPGA victories in 22 years on tour.

Tom Martin - Men’s Basketball, Supporter (Inducted 2002) UNCG’s first male president of Alumni Board of Directors … served as tri-captain of the first two UNCG men’s basketball teams.

Jill Masterman - Field Hockey (Inducted 2000) In the days of AIAW, a four-year standout on field hockey team and was a co-captain as a senior in 1977.

Tonka Maynor - Baseball (Inducted 2007) Ten years after graduation, still ranked on the top 10 list at UNCG in every offensive statistical category … hit .363 in his four seasons at UNCG, logging 239 hits … holds UNCG record for career RBI with 171.

Andrew Mehalko - Men’s Soccer (Inducted 2002) Led UNCG to three (1983, 1985 and 1986) NCAA Division III national championships in his four seasons with the Spartans.

Jo Ann Messick - Women’s Basketball, Women’s Tennis, Field Hockey (Inducted 2006) Three-sport competitor at UNCG in the 1970’s … four-year standout in field hockey, earning Deep South AllStar accolades three times … six-time participant in National Field Hockey Festivals, including three while at UNCG.

Brian Moehler - Baseball (Inducted 2005) UNCG’s first player to be drafted in Major League Baseball’s FirstYear Player Draft … earned UNCG’s firstever win over a Division I opponent and went onto pitch for Detroit and Florida in the major leagues.

Chancellor Emeritus, William E. Moran Administrator (Inducted 2000) Served as Chancellor from 1979-94 … guided UNCG from Division III to Division I in 1991 … created the Spartan Club.

Becky Morgan - Women’s Golf (Inducted 2007) One of the most notable athletic alumni as a member of the LPGA Tour … won the Big South individual championship three times and earned Big South Player of the Year (1995, 1996, 1997) … a three-time All-American, won medalist honors 10 times … qualified for the NCAA Regional all four years, earning a spot in the national event three times … an Academic All-American in 1997 … holds the UNCG records for lowest 18-, 36- and 54-hole scores.

Laura Mussulman - Women’s Soccer

(Inducted 2002) Member of first women’s soccer team … UNCG’s first great goalkeeper in women’s soccer with 18 career shutouts.

Missi Olson Kovachev - Volleyball (Inducted 2009) Led UNCG to 108 wins in her four seasons as a Spartan, despite the program being in transition during its climb to Division I ... helped the Spartans to 32 wins and an NCAA Division II Tournament appearance in 1990 ... compiled 1,600 career kills.

Michael Parker - Men’s Soccer Coach (Inducted 2005) Second active coach to be inducted (first male) … winner of more than 400 collegiate matches, including more than 300 at UNCG … led Spartans to NCAA Division III national championships in 1985, 1986 and 1987.

Dr. Frank Pleasants - Administrator (Inducted 2007) Served as the Coordinator of Men’s Athletics, helping to develop the first formal athletics program at UNCG beginning in 1967.

Angie Polk-Jones - Women’s Basketball (Inducted 2000) Led UNCG to a 93-22 mark in her four years (1985-89) … Division III All-American as a junior … UNCG’s all-time leading scorer with 1,585 points.


2013 UNCG S o f t b a l l Nancy Porter, Women’s Golf Coach (Inducted 2005) One of the pioneers of women’s athletics at UNCG … coached the UNCG women’s golf team to the 1973 national championship … also considered one of UNCG’s first student-athletes, participating in women’s golf in the 1940s.

Eddie Radwanski - Men’s Soccer (Inducted 2000) Led UNCG to back-toback Division III national championships in 1982 and 1983 … two-time Division III All-American (1983 and 1984) … No. 1 draft pick in the 1985 Major Indoor Soccer League draft by the Dallas Sidekicks.

Cathy Roberts - Administrator (Inducted February 2008) Has spent virtually entire career - beginning as a student - working in athletics at UNC Greensboro, overseeing athletic facilities and operations and serving as the Senior Women’s Administrator.

Bruce Shaw - Men’s Basketball (Inducted 2000) Led UNCG’s first-ever men’s basketball teams … scored 1,401 points, becoming UNCG’s first 1,000-point scorer … two-time All-Dixie Conference honoree.

Joe Stanton - Wrestling

Karyn Thompson Voelz - Softball

(Inducted 2008) Compiled a 98-25 mark in his four seasons at UNCG, qualifying for three NCAA championships to make him the first male to qualify for an NCAA championship as an individidual … was UNCG’s winningest wrestler for 11 years.

Mike Sweeney - Men’s Soccer

(Inducted 2008) Most prolific hitter in UNCG softball history. Inducted 12 years after graduation and still ranked in top six in 12 offensive categories … led UNCG to 14986-2 mark and three NCAA play-in series during her time at UNCG.

Rita Wiggs - Women’s Basketball

(Inducted 2003) Amassed 55 goals and 27 assists in his three seasons at UNCG (198083) … member of 1982 and 1983 NCAA III national championship teams … led the team in scoring in 1981 and 1982 and was a first-team All-American in 1983.

Jim Swiggett - Coach, Administrator

(Inducted 2000) Led UNCG to state NCAIAW title and AIAW regional appearance in 1972 … led UNCG in scoring for four straight seasons and finished with 1,347 career points.

Donna Friesen Wigton - Volleyball

(Inducted 2006) Pioneer in men’s athletics at UNCG … served as men’s basketball coach from 1968-75 and started men’s golf program, serving as coach from 1967-79 … also served as the university’s second Men’s Intercollegiate Division Coordinator.

(Inducted 2003) Volleyball standout at UNCG (1970-73) … active contributor to the sport through coaching … part of officiating crew at 1996 Olympics and 1993 World University Games.

“The Big Five” (shown left to right) Chuck Hayes, Mike Weaver, Jim Melvin, Stanley Frank, Charlie Reid

(Inducted 2000) Helped establish NCAA Division I athletic programs at UNCG through scholarship funding and support.

2011 Hall of Fame Class

Nominations should be sent to: Hall of Fame Committee - c/o Stacy Kosciak UNCG Department of Athletics PO Box 26168 Greensboro, NC 27402

Eric Cuthrell Men’s Basketball

Tere Dail Volleyball Coach

Melinda Goodson Women’s Basketball

Doug Hamilton Men’s Soccer


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The Spartan Club The Spartan Club is a non-profit organization whose primary purpose is to secure scholarship support for nearly 250 student-athletes who compete in 17 men’s and women’s NCAA Division I athletic programs at UNCG. UNCG proudly proclaims that 100 percent of Spartan Club contributions go directly to athletic scholarships for deserving student-athletes.

Methods of Giving

Cash, Checks and Credit Card Gifts

Provide the yearly financial resources needed to operate the athletic program. Payments may be spread over the course of a fiscal year (July 1-June 30), but all pledges must be paid by June 30. The university accepts cash, checks and credit cards (American Express, MasterCard, Visa).

Employer Matching Gifts

Matching gifts double or triple the impact of your gift and increase your membership level. Be sure to enclose your matching gift form with application and donation and associate benefits.

Athletic Scholarship Endowments

These provide tuition, room, meals, books and fees on an annual basis for a student-athlete. Pay tribute to someone’s life and accomplishments or leave your own legacy while strengthening UNCG’s athletic program.

Planned and Estate Gifts

These gifts include life income arrangements from trusts, annuities, income funds, as well as life insurance policies and individual estate bequests, such as cash or real estate.

Annual Scholarships

Endowed Athletic Scholarships

A named endowment to support athletic scholarships may be created with a commitment of $50,000 or more. The endowment generates income that is awarded to student-athletes on an annual basis.

An annual scholarship may be created with a commitment of $10,000 or more over a four-year period.

•Lynne C. Agee Fund •James H. Allen Fund •Alma W. Barrier Fund •Smith Barrier Fund •Dr. Richard and Sharon Beavers Scholarship Fund •Irwin Belk Fund •Aaron Michael Bobb Fund •Rich Brenner Endowed Fund •Mike & Nancy Burke Fund •Marge Burns Fund •Bush Family Fund •Bobbi Carson Fund •Celebration of Women In Sport •The Michael B. Fleming Fund •Robert A. and Mary C. Fleming Fund •Stanley and Dorothy Frank Fund •Athena and Gus Gallins Fund •J. Douglas Galyon Fund

•Richard A. and Sharon J. Beavers Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund •Bobb Family Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund •Bott Family Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund •Linda Brady and Steve Heyer Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund •David L. and Martha P. Brown Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund •Marc and Janis Bush Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund •Mike and Cherry Callahan Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund •Clarida Family Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund •Doug M. Hamilton Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund •Raila M. Harris Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund •Nixon C. Henley Annual Athletic Scholarship •Karl Mayer Textile Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund •Brenda Tolbert King Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund •Kronenfeld Family Annual Scholarship Fund •LindBrook Development Annual Athletic Scholarship •Shawn Daniel Mulrooney Memorial Annual Athletic Scholarship •Piedmont Orthopedic Associates, Inc. Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund •Senn Dunn Annual Athletic Scholarship •Shamrock Corporation Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund •Mary and Art Winstead Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund •Perry R. Wyatt Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund

•Ellen Griffin Fund •Lester Earl Gross III Fund •Doug Hamilton Fund •Charles A. Hayes Fund •Becky Jackson Fund •Nathan & Robyn Jameson Fund •David Bates Knight Fund •C. Tomas Martin Fund •Karl Mayer Fund •Jim Melvin Fund •Charles C. Moyer Fund •Victor M. Nussbaum, Jr. Fund •Nancy Ann Porter Fund •Charles M. Reid Fund •Safrit Ennis Fun Fund •Rayna Matea Taylor Fund •H. Michael Weaver Fund

Five additional funds that are on their way to reaching endowment status include: •Caroline McHardy Elliott •George Hoyle and Kathleen Kelly •Michael H. Parker •David and Malinda Richbourg •Gary, Marilyn and Jordan Smith Fund


2013 UNCG S o f t b a l l Spartan Club Executive Committee Chair: Chuck Burns - Area Vice President, First Citizens Bank Jack Arehart ‘76 - Vice President, AAR Corporation Samantha Brumbaugh ‘99 - Attorney at Cairo, Ferguson, Brumbaugh, Stroupe, PLLC Craig Cook ‘82 - President, Oakbrook Solutions, Inc. Judy Garner ‘71 - Retired, Employment Security Commission Michael H. Godwin - Attorney at Schell, Bray, Aycock, Abel & Livingston, PLLC Chris Gorham ‘02 - Director of Marketing & Communications, Goodwill Industries George Hoyle ‘90 - Compass Financial Partners, LLC Kurt Kronenfeld ‘79 - Vice President, Senn Dunn Insurance Pete LaMuraglia ‘86 - Partner, Compass Financial Partners, LLC Tom Martin ‘70 - Retired City of Greensboro Angie Polk Jones ‘89 - Principal, Middle College at UNCG Michael Spohn ‘91 - CFO/Vice President, Old North State Trust, LLC Harrison Turner - Partner, Greensboro Dermatology Associates Ex-Officio Members Kim Record - Director of Athletics, UNCG Craig Fink, UNCG Assoc. AD/Advancement Mike Roach - Director, Spartan Club Dr. Patti Stewart - Vice Chancellor for University Advancement, UNCG

UNCG Spartan Club PO Box 41230 Greensboro, NC 27404-1230

Phone: 336-334-5156 Fax: 336-334-4063 www.spartanclub.org


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