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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

Position Starters Returning/Lost....................................................... 6/3 Pitchers Returning/Lost ................................................................... 2/1 Newcomers...........................................................................................8

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), 1,104-695-4 (.613) All-Time SoCon Record....................................................152-191 (.443) Record in SoCon Tournament...............................................24-31 (.436) 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

Head coach................................................................. Janelle Breneman Alma mater................................................................. Bloomsburg, 1993 Record at UNCG........................................................69-45, Third season Career record (years)......................................................... 196-308 (12) Assistant coach....................Sarah Kerr (UL-Monroe, 1998), third season Asst. coach.........Brittany McKinney (North Carolina, 2011), third season Volunteer Asst. coach............. Clint Franklin (Florida, 2010), first season

UNCG Softball Stadium.......................................................................4

ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS

Coaching Staff.............................................................................. 14-21

Assistant AD.................................................................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 Video Intern.................................................................. Kaylee Donegan Director of New Media........................................................Dacia Ijames Email...................................................................... dnijames@uncg.edu Athletic Communications phone........................................336-334-5615 Press box phone.................................................................336-334-5625 Athletic Communications Office address....................... UNCG Athletics .........................................PO Box 26168, Greensboro, NC 27402-6168 Website............................................................. www.uncgspartans.com Softball Twitter.............................................................. @UNCGSoftball

Class Photos...................................................................................... 22

Team USA vs. UNCG............................................................................5 This Is UNCG...................................................................................6-9 The Spartan Way.......................................................................... 10-11 Chancellor Dr. Linda P. Brady............................................................ 12 Director of Athletics Kim Record....................................................... 13

2015 Roster....................................................................................... 23 Player Profiles.............................................................................. 24-49 2014 Results/SoCon Review......................................................... 50-51 History/Records........................................................................... 52-69 All-Time Roster................................................................................. 70 2013 Opponents Page.................................................................. 71-73 Series Records.................................................................................. 74 Spartan Success........................................................................... 75-76 Spartan Club................................................................................ 77-78 Athletics Hall Of Fame.................................................................. 79-82 Campus Map..................................................................................... 83

TEAM INFORMATION 2014 Overall Record....................................................................... 31-26 SoCon Finish............................................................................10-11/5th Home Record................................................................................. 17-16 Away Record...................................................................................... 9-8 Neutral Record................................................................................... 5-2 Postseason Record............................................................................. 4-2 SoCon Tournament Finish........................ finals/lost to Chattanooga, 4-3 SoCon Player of the Year................................................Katelyn Bedwell All-SoCon First Team......................................................Lindsay Thomas ...................................................................................Katelyn Bedwell Letterwinners Returning/Lost......................................................... 12/3

2015 Softball Guide Credits The 2015 UNCG Softball guide was designed and edited by Assistant Director of Athletic Communications, Justin Glover. Editorial assistance was provided by Assistant AD of Athletic Communications Matt McCollester and assistant director Chip Welch. Additional assistance was provided by Director of New Media Dacia Ijames and video intern Kaylee Donegan. 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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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 and 2013 Southern Conference Softball Tournament and will host the tournament again in 2014. 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 Pct. 2006 10-18 .357 2007 11-16 .407 2008 10-12 .455 2009 11-11 .500 2010 12-14 .462 2011 12-9 .571 2012 8-13 .381 2013 19-10 .656 2014 17-16 .515 Total 110-119 .480


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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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 universiBoarD of TrusTees ty, launched an academic restructuring and program review process Charles Blackmon designed to guide future directions and investment, and positioned intercollegiate athletics as an important element of the student exFrances Bullock perience. Linda Carlisle Under her leadership UNCG has won numerous awards and recognitions, including designation by Vanessa Carroll Forbes as a “Best Buy,” inclusion among Princeton Review’s Best 376 Colleges, recognition by the 2012 Nathan Duggins G.I. Jobs List as a “military friendly” school, named a campus sustainability leader in the College SusBrad Hayes tainability Report Card 2011, and recognition as one of the nation’s most affordable public universities Randall R. Kaplan by the U.S. Department of Education. M. Lee McAllister The University of North Carolina at Ward Russell Greensboro has been recognized by the Education Trust as one of only five U.S. colleges Dr. Richard L. Morre and universities serving low-income students Susan M. Safran well, and is on the short list of American uniHarriett Smalls versities that have closed the gap between David Sprinkle graduation rates for black and white students. Simone Stephens Dr. Brady is a member of the Board of (SGA President) Directors of the Greensboro Partnership, a 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.


Kim reCorD - DireCTor of aThLeTiCs Kim Record is in her sixth year as the Director of Athletics at UNCG in 2014-15. Record was named to the post Sept.   DQG OHDGV D SURJUDP WKDW ÂżHOGV PHQÂśV DQG ZRPHQÂśV WHDPV LQ  VSRUWV RYHU  VWXGHQWDWKOHWHV DQG  employees. She was recently honored as one of 28 Under Armour Athletic Director of the Year award recipients at the 2014 NACDA Convention in Orlando in the NCAA Divion I-AAA category. Since arriving, Record has reshaped and revamped the athletic department across the board. UNCG has seen imSURYHPHQWVRQWKHÂżHOGDQGKDVVWLPXODWHGLQWHUHVWZLWKLQWKHFDPSXVDQG*UHHQVERURFRPPXQLWLHV 'XULQJKHUÂżUVWÂżYH\HDUVDW81&*5HFRUGKDVLPSOHPHQWHGÂľ7KH6SDUWDQ:D\ÂśVWUDWHJLFSODQLQDQHIIRUWWRHQVXUH WKHFRQWLQXHGVXFFHVVDQGIXWXUHLPSURYHPHQWRI6SDUWDQ$WKOHWLFV7KHSODQLQFOXGHVÂżYHFRUHYDOXHVDQGVL[JRDOVIRU WKHGHSDUWPHQWVXPPDUL]HGZLWKWKHPRWWR¹¾:HGLVFRYHUDQGGHYHORSFKDPSLRQVLQOLIHÂś Record has guided UNCG to success on and off the court during her time in Greensboro. 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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 bachelorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;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, scorerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s tables and other digital signage. She has also coordinated purchase and installation between vendor, institution and ISP. 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UNCG ATHLETIC TRAINING ERICA THORNTON HEAD ATHLETIC TRAINER Erica Thornton is in her sixth year as the head athletic trainer at UNCG and her 13th year overall as part of the UNCG athletic training department. She is also an adjunct instructor in the department of Kinesiology. Thornton works with UNCG women’s soccer. Thornton oversees the entire athletic training department, including supervision of staff, budget oversight and is overseer of the student-athlete welfare policy development. She has worked to develop the UNCG Intercollegiate Athletics (ICA) Concussion Management Policy, the ICA Sickle Cell Trait policy and the ICA Lightning Policy. Thornton was promoted to head athletic trainer in March of 2009 after spending six years as the associate head athletic trainer (2003-2009) and one year as the assistant athletic trainer. She worked with the UNCG women’s basketball team (2002-06) and has been with the women’s soccer program since 2006. Prior to UNCG, Thornton spent two-plus years as an assistant athletic trainer at Appalachian State, where she worked with the women’s basketball team. Thornton spent two years as the University of Florida as a graduate assistant where she obtained her master of science in exercise and sports sciences in 1999. While at Florida, she worked with thewomen’s swimming and diving team while assisting with women’s basketball, women’s gymnastics and track and field. Thornton earned her bachelor of science degree from SUNY Brockport in 1996 with an athletic training concentration. She has been NATA Board Certified since June of 1996. She has comprehensive Pilates certification from the PhysicalMind Institute and FMS Level I certification. She is also a member of the North Carolina Athletics Trainers’ Association. women’s swimming and diving team while assisting with women’s basketball, women’s gymnastics and track and field. Thornton earned her bachelor of science degree from SUNY Brockport in 1996 with an athletic training concentration. She has been NATA Board Certified since June of 1996. She has comprehensive Pilates certification from the PhysicalMind Institute and FMS Level I certification. She is also a member of the North Carolina Athletics Trainers’ Association. Thornton lives in Greensboro with her husband, Kevin, daughter Braedy (5) and two Siberian huskies.

ADDITIONAL STAFF

Jay McCloy............ Associate Athletic Trainer Jamie Best............... Assistant Athletic Trainer Corie Hampton...... Assistant Athletic Trainer Molly Weber........... Assistant Athletic Trainer Melanie Collier..................Graduate Assistant Tiffany Godwin..................Graduate Assistant Kaitlyn McFarland.............Graduate Assistant Nicole Reith........................Graduate Assistant Tracy Owens................................... Nutritionist


UNCG STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING DANNY WHEEL HEAD STRENGTH AND CONDITIONG COACH Danny Wheel is entering his fifth year as head strength and conditioning coach at UNCG in the 2014-15 season. Wheel brings more than a decade of experience to his new position. Prior to his arrival in Greensboro, Wheel spent 10 years as a member of East Carolina University’s Strength and Conditioning department. He spent six years as the coordinator of Olympic sports at ECU. He worked directly with the men’s basketball, women’s basketball, softball, volleyball and women’s soccer programs while also assisting with football. During Wheel’s first four years at East Carolina, he was the assistant director of strength and conditioning. He also assisted in organization and design of the new weight room in the Murphy Center. Wheel graduated from Virginia Tech in 1998 with a bachelor’s degree in physical education, and received his master’s degree in health education from Virginia Tech in 2001. While receiving his graduate degree, Wheel served as a strength and conditioning graduate assistant under the direction Mike Gentry. He played football for Frank Beamer’s Hokies from 1993-1998, finishing his career as a three-year letterman and a two-year starter. Wheel was also a member of the corps of cadets for four years. Wheel is a certified member of the Collegiate Strength Coaches Association. He is also certified by the National Strength and Conditioning Association. Wheel closes out his certifications by being an Olympic Club Coach certified. Wheel also competes in strongman and power lifting events.

ADDITIONAL STAFF

Chris Parsons..........................Assistant Coach Hap Brecht...............................Assistant Coach


HEAD COACH JANELLE BRENEMAN THIRD SEASON AS HEAD COACH - BLOOMSBURG, 1993 In Janelle Brenemanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s second season at UNCG, the Spartans earned 30 wins for the secondstraight season and made the SoCon title game for the second year in a row. Breneman helped improve offensive numbers as the team scored the second most runs (331), hits (483), average (.312) while breaking the school record for most RBI at 306 and tying the home run mark (57). The team also shattered the school record for doubles with 86 breaking a mark that was set in 1995 (78). She helped numerous players set career highs in hits, average, home runs and RBI, including Katelyn Bedwell who was named SoCon Player of the Year. Breneman had three first team All-SoCon members in Bedwell, Lindsay Thomas, Nicole Thomas and a second team selection in Dominique Madruga. In just two short years, Breneman has a stellar 69-45 overall record and two appearances in the SoCon championship game. Rising junior Lindsay Thomas already has 30 career home runs (third best all-time) and 94 RBI (11th best alltime) in just two seasons under Breneman. Her first season at UNCG was a success after helping the program post 38 victories which is the third highest total in school history. The Spartans started the season 17-3 which was the best start since 2003. Breneman led the Spartans to a berth in the Southern Conference title game falling in extra innings to Georgia Southern, 1-0. Under her direction, UNCG saw its batting improve by 43 points in her first year. Breneman was instrumental in helping the Spartans set top five marks in runs scored (290), hits (449), doubles (72), slugging percentage (.422) and RBI (254). Breneman helped two UNCG players earn AllSouthern Conference first team honors in Katelyn Bedwell and Lindsay Thomas. Breneman mentored Thomas to being named the first UNCG Freshman of the Year in the SoCon. Also six Spartans made All-SoCon second team and two named to the All-Freshman squad. Bedwell made first team All-Region after Breneman tutored her to a career-high 52 runs batted in. In the field, UNCG had only 71 errors, which are 10 less than the entire 2012 season. The Spartans also had a .958 fielding percentage under Breneman during her first season. 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 40plus 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. 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 All-Pennsylvania 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: 2013-present 2011-12 2005-10 2001-04 1996-00 1994-95 1990-93

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ASSISTANT COACH SARAH KERR THIRD SEASON AS ASSISTANT COACH - UL-MONROE, 1998 During Kerr’s second season, the Spartans earned 31 wins and made the SoCon championship for the second-straight season. Senior Raeanne Hanks was named to the SoCon All-Tournament team and struck out 437, including 352 under coach Kerr. She also helped Hanks earned 35 of her career 44 victories as a pitcher. In Kerr’s first season as an assistant coach at UNCG she helped the program amass 38 victories which is the third highest total in school history. The Spartans started the season 17-3 which was the best start since 2003. Kerr worked primarily with the pitching staff that included two 10-game winners and an All-Southern Conference second team member in Raeanne Hanks. Kerr helped Hanks set career highs in numerous categories including wins (19), innings pitched (191.1), ERA (2.34), strikeouts (176), complete games (17), games started (32) and shutouts (4). Kerr guided Hanks throughout a spectacular run during the SoCon tournament where she compiled 24 scoreless innings before allowing one earned run with two shutouts. Hanks collected numerous accolades during the season including two-straight SoCon Pitcher of the Month awards, a SoCon Pitcher of the Week and was named SoCon Tournament Most Outstanding Player. Kerr helped UNCG pitchers earned 313 strikeouts, which is the seventh-best mark in school history. Opposing batters only hit .232 against the Spartans and picked up 10 shutouts, the most since the 2008 season. Kerr spent the past 10 seasons as the head coach of the Louisiana Tech Lady Techsters in the highly competitive Western Athletic Conference. In 2012, she led LA Tech to its seventh-straight 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 has 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, Kerr 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. She led ULM to a NCAA tournament berth in 1997 and was an All-American in the circle. 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 and is married to Brad Kerr as they both reside in Greensboro.


ASSISTANT COACH BRITTANY MCKINNEY THIRD SEASON AS ASSISTANT COACH - NORTH CAROLINA, 2011 In McKinney’s second season, the Spartans were 31-26 earning 30 wins for the second-straight season. They made the SoCon championship game after winning four-straight elimination games. Outfielder Tory Wright was named to the SoCon All-Tournament team. UNCG scored the second most runs (331), hits (483), average (.312) while breaking the school record for most RBI at 306 and tying the home run mark (57). During her first season as an assistant coach at UNCG, the Spartans obtained their best overall record, 38-19, since the 2003 season. McKinney worked primarily with the outfielders helping three outfielders earn All-Southern Conference honors in Allison Geiner (second team, freshman team), Tatiana Alcala (second team) and Aisha Figueroa at second team utility. McKinney guided Alcala who threw out six runners from the outfield and she set a new career high with a .984 fielding percentage. McKinney also helped UNCG reach the SoCon title game in her first year at the helm falling in extra innings to Georgia Southern. The Spartans scored the third most runs (290) and the fourth most hits (449) in school history. McKinney came to UNCG following a one-year stint with NC State as an assistant. In between coaching, McKinney has played two seasons with Carolina Diamonds and one season with expansion NJ/NY Comets 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.


VOLUNTEER ASSISTANT COACH CLINT FRANKLIN FIRST SEASON AS VOLUNTEER ASSISTANT COACH - FLORIDA, 2010 UNCG softball head coach Janelle Breneman has named former Florida baseball player Clint Franklin Volunteer assistant coach Friday. Recently Franklin worked at the Sheriff’s department for two-years in Winston-Salem, N.C. and now works full-time at the police department in Greensboro. Franklin was a four-year letterwinner as a right-handed pitcher at the University of Florida from 2007-2010. A native of Orlando, Fla., worked as a coach at the Florida baseball camps from June 2007 through July 2010. Franklin also has been umpiring baseball games for kids’ ages 8-18 in the Orlando area since 2004. At the University of Florida, Franlkin compiled a 6-5 record in 47 appearances with two saves in 71.2 innings of work in four seasons. He graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Event Management at the College of Health and Human Performance.

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MELANIE COLLIER ATHLETIC TRAINER

CICELY BROACH MANAGER

CORY CAUBLE MANAGER

STEPHANIE MCKINNEY MANAGER


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No. Name Pos. B/T Yr. Ht. Hometown/Previous School 2 Rebecca Kale C R/R Fr. 5-5 Hudson, N.C./South Caldwell 3 Tatiana Alcala OF L/R Sr. 5-4 Oxnard, Calif./Pacifica 4 Alexis Overdiep OF L/R Fr. 5-3 Apex, N.C. /Apex 5 Danica Bishop RHP R/R Jr. 6-0 Irvine, Calif. /Woodbridge/ Nebraska 6 Gabrielle Cubbage SS R/R Fr. 5-7 Felton, Del. /Lake Forest 7 Mackenzie Winslow RHP R/R Fr. 5-9 Mooresville, N.C. /Lake Norman 8 Dominique Madruga 2B/SS R/R Sr. 5-5 San Diego, Calif./Cathedral Catholic 9 Sidney Grkman OF L/L RFr. 5-7 Salisbury, N.C./Jesse Carson 10 Hagan Kiser SS R/R So. 5-5 Asheboro, N.C./Southwestern 11 Emily Lopez INF L/R So. 5-2 Charlotte, N.C./Olympic 12 Danielle Vega 3B/OF R/R Jr. 5-7 Rialto, Calif./Aquinas 13 Alicia Bazonski RHP R/R Fr. 5-7 Sheffield, Mass. /Mount Everett 16 Lacey Leary P/DP R/R Jr. 5-6 Norwood, N.C./Spartanburg Methodist 19 Kendall McKinney OF R/R So. 5-11 Suwanee, Ga./North Gwinnett 21 Allison Geiner OF L/L Jr. 5-1 Raleigh, N.C./Middle Creek 22 Marisa Sholtes 1B L/R Fr. 6-0 Albany, N.Y. /South Colonie Central 23 Nicole Thomas RHP/1B R/R Jr. 5-6 Irvine, Calif./Northwood 24 Tory Wright 1B/OF L/L So. 5-7 Potomac Falls, Va./Dominion 32 Lindsay Thomas C R/R Jr. 5-7 Irvine, Calif./Northwood 35 Rachael McClaskey SS L/R Fr. 5-5 Pine Hill, N.J. /Overbrook Head coach: Janelle Breneman (Bloomsburg, 1993), third season Assistant coach: Sarah Kerr (UL-Monroe, 1998), third season Assistant coach: Brittany McKinney (North Carolina, 2011), third season Volunteer Assistant coach: Clint Franklin (Florida, 2010), first season

Spartans by Position Spartans by Class

Pitchers: Alicia Bazonski, Danica Bishop, Nicole Thomas, Seniors (2): Tatiana Alcala, Dominique Madruga Lacey Leary, MacKenzie Winslow Juniors (6): Lindsay Thomas, Nicole Thomas, Allison Catchers: Lindsay Thomas, Rebecca Kale Geiner, Danielle Vega, Danica Bishop, Lacey Leary Infielders: Gabrielle Cubbage, Dominique Madruga, Sophomores (4): Tory Wright, Kendall McKinney, Hagan Kiser, Emily Lopez, Rachael McClaskey, Emily Lopez, Hagan Kiser, Danielle Vega, Marisa Sholtes, Tory Wright, Freshmen (8): Alicia Bazonski, Sidney Grkman, Outfielders: Tatiana Alcala, Sidney Grkman, Kendall McKinney, Marisa Sholtes, Rachael McClaskey, Rebecca Kale, Allison Geiner, Alexis Overdiep, Alexis Overdiep, Gabrielle Cubbage, Mackenzie Winslow


#2 Rebecca Kale

#3 Tatiana Alcala

#4 Alexis Overdiep

#5 Danica Bishop

#6 Gabrielle Cubbage

#7 Mackenzie Winslow

#8 Dominique Madruga

C • R/R • Fr. • 5-5 Hudson, N.C.

OF • L/R • Sr. • 5-4 Oxnard, Calif.

OF • L/R • Fr. • 5-3 Apex, N.C.

RHP • R/R • Jr. • 6-0 Irvine, Calif.

SS • R/R • Fr. • 5-7 Felton, Del.

RHP • R/R • Fr. • 5-9 Mooresville, N.C.

2B • R/R • Sr. • 5-5 San Diego, Calif.

#9 Sidney Grkman

#10 Hagan Kiser

#11 Emily Lopez

#12 Danielle Vega

#13 Alicia Bazonski

#16 Lacey Leary

#19 Kendall McKinney

OF • L/L • RFr. • 5-7 Salisbury, N.C.

SS • R/R • So. • 5-5 Asheboro, N.C.

#21 Allison Geiner

OF • L/R • Jr. • 5-1 Raleigh, N.C.

OF • L/R • So. • 5-2 Charlotte, N.C.

#22 Marisa Sholtes

1B • L/R • Fr. • 6-0 Albany, N.Y.

3B • R/R • Jr. • 5-7 Rialto, Calif.

#23 Nicole Thomas

P/DP • R/R • Jr. • 5-6 Irvine, Calif.

Janelle Breneman

Head Coach Third Season Bloomsburg Coll., ‘93

Sarah Kerr

Asst. Coach Third Season ULM, ‘98

RHP • R/R • Fr. • 5-7 Sheffield, Mass.

#24 Tory Wright

1B/OF • L/L • So. • 5-7 Potomac Falls, Va.

Brittany McKinney Asst. Coach Third Season UNC, ‘11

P/DP • R/R • Jr. • 5-6 Norwood, N.C.

#32 Lindsay Thomas

C • R/R • Jr. • 5-7 Irvine, Calif.

Clint Franklin

Vol. Asst. Coach First Season Florida, ‘10

OF • R/R • So. • 5-11 Suwanee, Ga.

#35 Rachael McClaskey

OF • L/R • Fr. • 5-4 Pine Hill, N.J.


TATIANA #3 ALCALA SENIOR - OF - 5-4 - L/R - OXNARD, CALIF./PACIFICA 2014 (Junior): Played and started all 57 games at shortstop ... set career marks in average (.294), hits (50), runs scored (28), doubles (3), triples (4) and RBI (18) ... led the SoCon with 127 assists at shortstop ...went 2-for-3 against Presbyterian (Feb. 9) ... had a triple and two RBI against Norfolk State (Feb. 16) ... had multiple hits against Army (Feb. 21) ... put together a eight-game hitting streak from Feb. 23 through Mar. 5 ... drove in a career-high five runs against Bucknell (Feb. 28), including a three-run triple and a two-run double ... three-straight games with two hits against UNCW (Mar. 1), Bucknell (Mar. 2) and North Carolina A&T (Mar. 5) ... scored two runs in game two against Gardner-Webb (Mar. 11) ... went 2-for-4 with a run scored in the series finale against Georgia Southern (Mar. 16) ... had a four-game hitting streak from Mar. 27 through Mar. 30 ... went 2-for-4 in the series finale against Furman (April 6) ... had three hits, a run scored and a RBI in the series against Western Carolina (April 12-13) ... was 2-for-3 with a RBI single in game two at Charlotte (April 16) ... went 3-for-6 with two runs and four RBI in the doubleheader against Charlotte (April 23) ... had a 2-for-4 game with a RBI in game two at Appalachian State (April 26) ... was 5-for-8 with four runs scored, a triple and three RBI in a three-game series against Elon (May 3-4) ... had three hits in the SoCon tournament (May 7-10), including a RBI against Chattanooga in the championship. 2013 (Sophomore): Was a 2013 Southern Conference second team selection in the outfield ... hit .269 starting all 57 games with 43 hits, 25 runs scored, two doubles, three triples and 12 RBI ... threw out six runners from the outfield ... set a new career high with 14 stolen bases ... had 11 multi-hit games and four multi-RBI games ... picked up two hits, two RBI and a double against Quinnipiac (Feb. 23) ... scored a run in three-straight games against Eastern Illinois (Feb. 17) and Quinnipiac twice (Feb. 23, Feb. 24) ... had three hits in the series against Samford, including a 2-for-2 game with an RBI (March 9) ... went 5-for9 with two RBI and a triple in the series against Western Carolina (March 16-17) ... picked up her fourth multi-RBI game against Furman (March 23) ... lined a triple and scored a run in game two against Virginia Tech (April 2) ... went 3-for-4 with two runs scored in the doubleheader against Liberty (April 10) ... picked up four hits in the series against Appalachian State (April 13-14) ... had a 3-for-4 effort against UNCW (April 16) with a stolen base ... had a nine-game hitting streak from April 2 through April 18 ... picked up two hits in the SoCon Tournament with a stolen base against Samford (May 10). 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 2012 .107 48-45 2013 .269 57-57 2014 .294 57-57 TOTAL .235 162-159

AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% 122 22 13 1 0 1 6 17 .139 160 25 43 2 3 0 12 51 .319 170 28 50 3 4 0 18 61 .359 282 75 106 6 7 1 36 129 .285

BB HBP SO OB% SF SH SB/ATT 14 1 24 .203 1 5 6-6 6 0 23 .295 0 5 14-19 11 0 18 .337 0 2 9-10 31 1 65 .285 1 12 29-35

PO 52 54 86 192

A E FLD% 68 12 .909 6 1 .984 127 13 .942 201 26 .938


DOMINIQUE #8 MADRUGA SENIOR - 2B/SS - 5-5 - R/R - SAN DIEGO, CALIF./CATHEDRAL CATHOLIC 2014 (Junior): Played in 52 games, starting 51 at second base ... named second team All-SoCon at second base ... set career marks in average (.338), hits (45), runs scored (42), doubles (9), RBI (17) and stolen bases (10) ... also hit two home runs and had 89 assists in the infield ... went 1-for-3 with two runs scored against Ohio (Feb. 8) ... had a RBI double against Norfolk State (Feb. 16) ... was 2-for-3 against George Washington (Feb. 22) ... had two sacrifice RBI bunts against Bucknell (Feb. 28) and UNCW (Feb. 28) ... had four hits, two RBI and a run scored in the three-game series against Georgia Southern (Mar. 15-16) ... was 1-for-3 with a double in game two against Samford (Mar. 22) ... went 2-for-4 with three runs scored in the series finale against Chattanooga (Mar. 30) ... was 2-for-3 with two runs scored in game two against Liberty (April 2) ... had five hits, two RBI and four runs scored in the doubleheader against UNCW (April 9) ... went 2-for-3 with a RBI and two runs scored in the series finale against Western Carolina (April 13) ... had two hits, two runs scored and a double in a doubleheader at Charlotte (April 16) ... picked up two RBI in the doubleheader against Charlotte (April 23) ... had five hits, seven runs scored, two RBI and a leadoff home run in game two in the three-game series at Appalachian State (April 26-27) ... had two hits, two RBI and five runs scored in a threegame series against Elon (May 3-4) ... picked up six hits in the SoCon Tournament (May 7-10) and was 2-for-3 in the championship against Chattanooga. 2013 (Sophomore): Played in all 47 games, starting 43 at second base ... hit .144 with 15 runs scored, 14 hits, one double and eight RBI ... scored a run and an RBI against Quinnipiac (Feb. 23) ... scored two runs and had a RBI single against Quinnipiac (Feb. 24) ... scored a run against Samford (March 9) ... picked up a walk and a run scored against Charlotte (March 14) ... has started last five games at second base, picking up two hits, a run scored and a stolen base in the series against Elon (March 29-30) ... scored a run against Virginia Tech (April 2) ... had two hits, including a key three-run double in the series against Appalachian State (April 13-14) ... earned an RBI and a hit against UNCW (April 16) ... picked up her fifth RBI in last three games in game one against North Carolina Central (April 18) ... went 2-for-4 in the series finale against Chattanooga (April 21) ... scored two runs against Samford in the SoCon Tournament (May 10). 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 2012 .252 50-49 2013 .144 47-43 2014 .338 52-51 TOTAL .255 149-143

AB R H 2B 127 25 32 5 97 15 14 1 133 42 45 9 357 82 91 15

3B HR RBI TB SLG% 0 2 12 43 .339 0 0 8 15 .155 0 2 17 60 .451 0 4 37 118 .331

BB HBP SO OB% SF SH SB/ATT 12 9 27 .358 0 4 7-8 7 6 18 .243 1 6 3-3 16 18 18 .473 0 8 10-10 35 33 63 .373 1 18 20-21

PO 91 84 90 265

A E FLD% 66 10 .940 72 14 .918 89 9 .952 227 33 .937


LINDSAY #32 THOMAS JUNIOR - C - 5-7 - R/R - IRVINE, CALIF./NORTHWOOD 2014 (Sophomore): Played and started in 56 games ... selected to the NFCA Mideast All-Region second team ... named first team All-SoCon as a catcher ... hit a career best .388 on 71 hits (fourth best), 57 runs scored (second most in a single-season), 17 doubles (third best), 13 home runs and 49 RBI (sixth best) ... threw out 13 base runners ... had a five-game hitting streak from Feb. 8 through Feb. 18 ... hit her first home run of the season against Hampton (Feb. 23) ... went 2-for-4 with a double and two RBI against UNCW (Feb. 28) ... hit two doubles against Brown (Mar. 1) ... was 1-for-2 with two runs scored and a RBI against North Carolina A&T (Mar. 5) ... went 3-for-4 with two doubles, two RBI and two runs scored in game two against Gardner-Webb (Mar. 11) ... was 2-for-3 with a double and two RBI against Samford (Mar. 22) ... had two hits, three runs scored and a RBI double in the series finale against Chattanooga (Mar. 30) ... In the final two games against Furman (April 5-6) drove in four runs on seven hits, five runs scored, two doubles and two home runs ... had four hits, a home run, three runs scored and two RBI in the doubleheader against UNCW (April 9) ... hit a three-run home run in game two against Western Carolina (April 12) ... was 3-for-7 with a RBI triple and two runs scored in a doubleheader at Charlotte (April 16) ... had a 3-for-4 effort with a RBI in game two against Charlotte (April 23) ... picked up nine hits, nine runs scored, six RBI and two home runs (all in game one) in the three-game series at Appalachian State (April 26-27) ... was named SoCon Player of the Week after helping UNCG sweep App. State (April 28) ... went 5-for-9 with five runs scored, a double, her eighth home run and six RBI in a three-game sweep against Elon (May 3-4) ... named SoCon Player of the Week for the second-straight week (May 5) ... named to the SoCon All-Tournament team for the second-straight season after breaking a tournament record with five home runs in six games ... hit two home runs against Elon (May 8), hit two home runs against Georgia Southern (May 9) in the semifinals and hit a solo shot against Chattanooga (May 10) in the championship game ending Katie Henderson’s scoreless innings streak ... had nine hits, five home runs and nine RBI in the tournament ... finished the season on a 22-game on-base streak and reached base in 47 of the 56 games. 2013 (Freshman): Became the first Spartan to be named SoCon Freshman of the Year ... also first team All-SoCon as a catcher and made the All-Freshman team ... started 56 games, finishing first in batting average with a .377 mark on 63 hits, 49 runs scored (fourth-best in school history), 11 doubles, 17 home runs (23rd in the nation), 45 RBI (fifth-best in school history) and a .760 slugging percentage (best in school history) ... had 18 multi-hit games and 13 multi-RBI contests, both best on the team ... first career hit was a solo home run against George Mason (Feb. 9) ... had the game-winning solo home run at Charleston Southern (Feb. 9) ... went 2-for-2 with another game-winning two-run home run against George Mason (Feb. 10), hit a home run in three-straight games ... had a 11-game hitting streak to open the season ... named SoCon softball Player of the Week (Feb. 11) ... had another solo home run against Eastern Illinois (Feb 16) ... picked up second SoCon softball Player of the Week award (March 4) after hitting a walkoff three-run home run to defeat Dayton (March 1) ... went 2-for-4 with a two-run home run against Monmouth (March 3) ... broke up a perfect game with a solo home run against Virginia (March 3) ... had two home runs against Samford (March 9) in game one and two hits in game two ... had four hits, three runs scored, five RBI and two home runs in the series against Western Carolina (March 16-17) ... went 2-for-5 with five runs scored, three RBI and two home runs in the doubleheader against North Carolina A&T (March 21) ... tied the school record with her 14th home run against UNCW (April 16) ... picked up four hits, four RBI and three runs scored in the series against Chattanooga (April 20-21) ... went 3-for-7 with two runs scored and a solo home run to break the school record for most home runs in a season ... had four hits with two home runs in the SoCon Tournament (May 8-11), landed on the All-Tournament team ... reached base in 50 of 56 games. 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.


L. THOMAS’ STATISTICS

Year AVG. GP/GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% 2013 .377 56-56 167 49 63 11 1 17 45 127 .760 2014 .388 56-56 183 57 71 17 1 13 49 129 .705 TOTAL .383 112-112 350 106 134 28 2 30 94 256 .731

BB HBP SO OB% SF SH SB/ATT 35 2 19 .488 1 1 1-2 22 2 26 .455 2 1 0-0 57 4 45 .471 3 2 1-2

PO A E FLD% 227 29 3 .988 195 34 6 .974 422 63 9 .982


NICOLE #23 THOMAS JUNIOR - RHP/DP - 5-6 - R/R - IRVINE, CALIF./NORTHWOOD 2014 (Sophomore): Played in 54 games, starting 52 at DP or in the outfield ... selected NFCA Mideast All-Region third team ... named first team All-SoCon at utility ... named CoSIDA Academic first team AllDistrict III ... hit .352 on 50 hits, 33 runs scored, seven doubles, 13 home runs (third-best in school history), 53 RBI (fourth-best in school history) and led the team with 37 walks ... finished 9-5 in the circle with 33 appearances, starting nine games and had one complete game ... threw 91.1 innings and struck out a career best 34 ... went 3-for-3 with a career-high six RBI and a three-run home run against Norfolk State (Feb. 16) ... had two RBI against Army (Feb. 21) ... was 2-for-2 with a home run, two RBI and two runs scored against Hampton (Feb. 23) ... threw a career-high 6.2 innings with three strikeouts in game two against Virginia Tech (Feb. 18) ... earned her first victory of the season against UNCW (Feb. 28) after throwing five shutout innings in relief ... earned SoCon Player of the Week after tying a school record with three home runs and breaking a school record with eight RBI in game two against Gardner-Webb (Mar. 11) also earned the win in relief ... hit a two-run home run off SoCon pitcher of the month Sarah Purvis against Georgia Southern (Mar. 16) ... had a solo home run in the series finale against Samford (Mar. 23) ... went 3-for-4 with a double, solo home run and five RBI in the series finale against Chattanooga (Mar. 30) ... threw four shutout innings in a win against Samford (Mar. 22) ... had four hits and three RBI in the doubleheader against Liberty (April 2) ... had a eight-game hitting streak from Mar. 30 through April 9 ... hit a three-run home run in the series finale against Furman (April 6) ... threw three shutout innings against Furman (April 6) ... was 2-for-2 with a solo home run and two RBI in a doubleheader at Charlotte (April 16) ... had four hits, two runs scored and an RBI in the doubleheader against Charlotte (April 23) ... In the three-game series at Appalachian State (April 26-27), hit three home runs with seven hits, five runs scored and nine RBI ... earned her sixth victory as a pitcher in the wild game two at Appalachian State, winning 20-19 ... picked up two wins in the circle against Elon (May 3-4) ... picked up a victory in the SoCon tournament against Georgia Southern (May 9) to send UNCG into the championship game, threw four innings and allowed just two earned runs. 2013 (Freshman): Finished with a 5-2 record with one save in 22 appearances and two starts ... pitched 49 innings with 27 strikeouts ... also played 26 games with two starts as a hitter ... hit .300 with nine hits, three doubles, a triple and seven RBI ... earned her first career win in relief at Charleston Southern (Feb. 9), throwing two scoreless innings with one strikeout ... picked up her first career pinch-hit against Quinnipiac (Feb. 23) ... struck out a season-best five in six relief innings against Marshall (Feb. 25) ... earned the win against Drexel (Feb. 25), throwing two scoreless innings with two strikeouts ... earned her third win in relief against Dayton (March 1) ... made first career start against Virginia (March 3) ... picked up first save against Samford (March 9) ... had two hits, including her first start in the outfield in the doubleheader against Furman (March 23) ... earned her fourth win in relief after tossing 2.2 innings with one strikeout against North Carolina A&T (March 21) ... started in game one against Virginia Tech (April 2) and went 2.2 innings, allowing three earned runs on three hits ... had a pinch-hit RBI against UNCW (April 16) ... went 1-for-2 with an RBI and a run scored in a start in game two against North Carolina Central (April 18) ... picked up her fifth win, throwing two scoreless innings in game two against North Carolina Central (April 18) ... threw 4.2 innings, including three scoreless against North Carolina (April 24) with two strikeouts ... picked up an RBI against Appalachian State in the SoCon Tournament (May 9). 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 second-team 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.


Year AVG. GP/GS 2013 .300 26-2 2014 .352 54-52 TOTAL .343 80-54

N. THOMAS’ STATISTICS

AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% 30 3 9 3 1 0 7 14 .467 142 33 50 7 0 13 53 96 .676 172 36 59 10 1 13 60 110 .640

Year ERA W/L APP 2013 3.29 5-2 22 2014 4.14 9-5 33 TOTAL 3.84 14-7 55

BB HBP SO OB% SF SH SB/ATT 7 0 6 .421 1 0 0-0 37 3 29 .489 2 1 1-1 44 3 35 .477 3 1 1-1

GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER 2 0 0/1 1 49.0 55 29 23 9 1 0/1 0 91.1 109 71 54 11 1 0/2 1 140.1 164 100 77

BB SO 2B 3B HR BF 19 27 7 0 5 231 43 34 20 3 12 438 62 61 27 3 5 669

PO 2 14 16

A E FLD% 10 2 .857 11 5 .833 21 7 .841

BAvg WP .281 2 .291 8 .288 10

HBP 10 11 21


DANIELLE #12 VEGA JUNIOR - 3B/OF - 5-7 - R/R - RIALTO, CALIF./AQUINAS

2014 (Sophomore): Played in and started all 57 games at third base ... hit .325 on 52 hits, 27 runs scored, nine doubles, a career-best six home runs and 34 RBI ... made 108 assists at third base ... was 1-for-3 with a home run and a RBI in game one against Virginia Tech (Feb. 18) ... had two RBI against Hampton (Feb. 23) ... went 1-for-2 with a RBI double against Brown (Mar. 1) ... posted back-to-back games with two or more hits against Bucknell (Mar. 2) and North Carolina A&T (Mar. 5) ... had a solo home run against Georgia Southern (Mar. 15) ... put together a nine-game hitting streak from Mar. 13 through Mar. 29 ... blasted a solo home run in the series finale against Samford (Mar. 23) ... went 2-for-3 with an RBI in the series finale against Chattanooga (Mar. 30) ... hit a home run in game one at Liberty (April 2) ... was 2-for-5 with three RBI in game two at Liberty (April 2) ... had two home runs with three RBI in game one against UNCW (April 9) ... was 2-for-3 with two RBI in the series finale against Western Carolina (April 13) ... picked up a RBI in four-straight games against Charlotte (April 23) and in the three-game series at Appalachian State (April 26-27) ... was 5-for-11 with two runs scored and an RBI against Elon (May 3-4) ... had eight hits in the SoCon Tournament (May 7-10), including a 3-for-3 game in the championship against Chattanooga. 2013 (Freshman): Started 56 games, hitting .297 on 52 hits, 19 runs scored, 11 doubles, two home runs and 22 RBI at third base ... had 17 multi-hit games and five multi-RBI contests ... had a seven-game hitting streak from Feb. 15 through Feb. 24 ... had three hits, a double, one run scored and a RBI against Eastern Illinois (Feb. 17) ... named SoCon softball Player of the Week (Feb. 18) after hitting .588 with 10 hits, four doubles and three runs scored at the Hornet Invitational (five games) ... went 2-for4 with a two-run home run and four RBI against Quinnipiac (Feb. 23) ... had a 4-for-8 effort in the doubleheader against Charlotte (March 14) with a double and a run scored ... picked up her second home run of the season in the Western Carolina series (March 16-17) and had four hits, two runs scored and three RBI ... had two doubles and three RBI in game one against North Carolina A&T (March 21) ... went 5-for-12 with two runs scored, three RBI and a double in the Elon series (March 2930) ... went 2-for-3 with an RBI against North Carolina (April 24) ... picked up three hits and a two-run double in the series against College of Charleston (May 4-5) ... had a hit against Georgia Southern in the SoCon Tournament title game (May 11). 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.


VEGA’S STATISTICS Year AVG. GP/GS 2013 .297 56-56 2014 .325 57-57 TOTAL .297 113-113

AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% 175 19 52 11 0 2 22 69 .394 160 27 52 9 0 6 34 79 .494 335 19 104 20 0 8 56 148 .442

BB HBP SO OB% SF SH SB/ATT 7 3 17 .328 4 5 0-0 18 19 16 .445 3 6 1-1 25 22 33 .388 7 11 1-1

PO 57 48 105

A E FLD% 98 9 .945 108 19 .891 206 28 .917


ALLISON #21 GEINER JUNIOR - OF - 5-1 - L/L - RALEIGH, N.C./MIDDLE CREEK 2014 (Sophomore): Played in and started all 57 games at center field ... hit .258 on 46 hits, 33 runs scored, four doubles, eight RBI ... finished with seven outfield assists (most among UNCG outfielders) ... had a career-high four hits with a run scored against Ohio (Feb. 8) ... went 2-for-4 with two runs scored against Norfolk State (Feb. 16) ... was 2-for-4 with a RBI against Virginia Tech (Feb. 18) ... had a streak of six-straight games scoring a run from Feb. 23 through Mar. 2 ... drove in the game-winning run against Bucknell (Mar. 2) ... went 3-for-4 with a double and two runs scored in game two against Gardner-Webb (Mar. 11) ... picked up three hits, a RBI and two runs scored in the threegame series against Georgia Southern (Mar. 15-16) ... scored two runs against North Carolina A&T (Mar. 27) ... went 2-for4 with a RBI in game one against Liberty (April 2) ... had a 2-for-3 game against Furman (April 5) ... picked up three hits and two runs scored in the series against Western Carolina (April 12-13) ... scored two runs in game two against Charlotte (April 23) ... went 2-for-3 with a RBI in game two at Appalachian State (April 26) ... had a 4-for-7 series with three runs scored against Elon (May 3-4) ... had a hit and scored two runs against Georgia Southern in the SoCon semifinals (May 9). 2013 (Freshman): Made the Southern Conference All-Freshman team and was selected to the SoCon All-Conference second team in the outfield ... started 42 of 54 games played, hit .337 with 19 runs scored, 33 hits, two doubles and one triple ... also had seven RBI ... was a perfect 4-for-4 in stolen bases ... started her first collegiate game with an RBI against Eastern Illinois (Feb. 17) ... earned her first career hit against Quinnipiac (Feb. 23) ... went 1-for-3 with a run scored and a stolen base in a start against Drexel (Feb. 25) ... had her first multi-hit game going 3-for-3 with a RBI and two runs scored against North Carolina A&T (March 21) ... went 3-for-6 in the doubleheader against Furman (Mar. 23) ... went 6-for-9 with a double in the Elon series (March 29-30) ... had a season-high eight-game hitting streak end in game one against Virginia Tech (April 2), came back in game two with a 2-for-3 effort with two runs scored ... had four hits, four RBI and a runs scored in the series against Chattanooga (April 20-21) ... went 2-for-3 with an RBI triple in the series finale against College of Charleston (May 5) ... had a hit and a run scored against Samford in the SoCon Tournament (May 10). 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.

GEINER’S STATISTICS Year AVG. GP/GS 2013 .337 54-42 2014 .258 57-57 TOTAL .286 111-99

AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% 98 19 33 2 1 0 7 37 .378 178 33 46 4 0 0 8 50 .281 276 52 79 6 1 0 15 87 .315

BB HBP SO OB% SF SH SB/ATT 9 0 13 .393 0 2 4-4 12 1 22 .307 1 7 1-3 21 1 35 .338 1 9 5-7

PO A 28 2 73 7 101 9

E FLD% 2 .938 2 .9 76 4 .965


LACEY #16 LEARY JUNIOR - RHP/DP - 5-6 - R/R - NORWOOD, N.C./SOUTH STANLY/SPARTANBURG METHODIST

2014 (Sophomore): Appeared in seven games, starting five as a DP/pitcher ... hit .125 on two hits with a RBI ... had a 6-4 record in the circle ... pitched in 22 games, starting 13 ... threw four complete games with one shutout in 73.2 innings and had 31 strikeouts ... picked up her first hit as a Spartan against Ohio (Feb. 8) ... made her first start against George Washington (Feb. 22) throwing five innings, allowing just one earned run with three strikeouts ... earned her first victory in the circle against Bucknell (Feb. 28) after pitching a season-best six innings ... had a RBI single in game two against Samford (Mar. 22) ... earned a victory against North Carolina A&T (Mar. 5) throwing five shutout innings with two strikeouts ... Threw four innings and picked up the win against North Carolina A&T (Mar. 27) ... threw eight innings and earned a victory in game two against Liberty (April 2) ... went seven innings in a complete game win in game two against UNCW (April 9) ... threw a two-hit shutout in game two at Charlotte (April 16) earning the win in five innings. 2013 (Freshman) As a freshman, she competed at junior college Spartanburg Methodist … was named to the National Fastpitch Coaches Association All-South region second team … finished the year with a 15-2 record in 95 innings pitched with 86 strikeouts … had 26 appearances with a 2.27 ERA and one save … as a hitter she hit .320 on the season with six home runs, six doubles and 23 RBI … helped her team finish 41-15 with a regular season championship and runner-up finish in the Region X Tournament … made the Region X All-Tournament team. High school Played all four years with South Stanly high school, hitting .364 during her senior season … had two home runs, 36 hits, two doubles and 31 RBI … also went 8-2 in the circle with four shutouts and 61 strikeouts … helped her team finished with a 27-7 record and a No. 26 ranking in North Carolina. Personal Lacey Elizabeth Leary … born August 18, 1994 in Albemarle, N.C. … daughter of Robert and Tracey Leary … undecided on a major.

Year AVG. GP/GS 2014 .125 7-5 TOTAL .125 7-5

AB 16 16

R 0 0

H 2 2

LEARY’S STATISTICS

2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO OB% SF SH SB/ATT PO 0 0 0 1 2 .125 3 0 6 .263 0 0 0-0 5 0 0 0 1 2 .125 3 0 6 .263 0 0 0-0 5

A E 19 2 19 2

FLD% .9 23 .923

Year ERA W/L APP GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR BF BAvg WP HBP 2014 5.13 6-4 22 13 4 1/1 0 73.2 95 70 54 56 31 12 2 10 375 .319 8 7 TOTAL 5.13 6-4 22 13 4 1/1 0 73.2 95 70 54 56 31 12 2 10 375 .319 8 7


EMILY #11 LOPEZ SOPHOMORE - INF - 5-2 - L/R - CHARLOTTE, N.C./OLYMPIC 2014 (Freshman): Played in 52 games, starting 15 at second base and in the outfield ... hit .174 on 4 hits with 19 runs scored ... had one RBI and was 2-for-2 in stolen bases ... picked up her first hit and run scored against Norfolk State (Feb. 16) ... had a RBI triple with a run scored against Bucknell (Feb. 28) ... went 2-for-3 with a run scored against Brown (Mar. 1) ... scored runs against Georgia Southern (Mar. 16), twice against Samford (Mar. 22) and a run against Chattanooga (Mar. 29) ... scored runs against Liberty (April 2), at Furman (April 6) and in both games against UNCW (April 9) ... stole her first collegiate base against the Seahawks ... added a steal in game one at Charlotte (April 16) ... scored a run in game one at Appalachian State (April 26). High school Has played multiple positions in the infield and outfield along with being a three-time all-conference and defensive MVP for Olympic High School in Charlotte, N.C. … had a stellar senior season hitting .500 on 44 hits, 45 runs scored and 10 RBI … she also was 38for-38 in stolen bases … helped her team to the state semi-finals and a 23-4 record … posted a .535 batting average on 38 hits and scoring 34 runs … led the team with a .925 fielding percentage and is a switch hitter with speed producing 28 stolen bases her junior season … She was given the ROTC Distinguished Athlete award … Lopez led her team to a 15-6 overall record which included 13 multi-hit games in 2012. Personal Emily Noelle Lopez ... born August 20, 1995, in Passaic, New Jersey ... daughter of Carlos and Addy Lopez ... has two siblings, Steven and Alexa ... undecided on a major.

LOPEZ’S STATISTICS Year AVG. GP/GS 2014 .174 52-15 TOTAL .174 52-15

AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO OB% SF SH SB/ATT PO A E FLD% 23 19 4 0 1 0 1 6 .261 2 0 7 .240 0 2 2-2 19 16 2 .9 46 23 19 4 0 1 0 1 6 .261 2 0 7 .240 0 2 2-2 19 16 2 .946


HAGAN #10 KISER SOPHOMORE - SS - 5-5- R/R - ASHEBORO, N.C./SOUTHWESTERN RANDOLPH 2014 (Freshman): Played in 31 games, starting six at second base ... hit .306 on 11 hits, three doubles, five runs scored and had 11 RBI ... scored a run against Bucknell (Feb. 28) ... had a RBI single in her first at bat of the season against North Carolina A&T (Mar. 5) ... went 1-for-3 with two RBI against GardnerWebb (Mar. 11) ... scored a run against Georgia Southern (Mar. 15) ... went 2-for-3 with a RBI in game one against UNCW (April 9) ... was 2-for-3 with a RBI double in the series finale against Western Carolina (April 13) ... had a pinch-hit RBI in game two against Charlotte (April 23) ... picked up back-to-back runs batted in at Appalachian State (April 26) after pinch hitting ... had a RBI single as a pinch hitter in game one against Elon (May 3) ... had a clutch two-run double to tie the game against Furman in the quarterfinals of the SoCon Tournament (May 8). High school A strong defensive shortstop from Asheboro, N.C. ... has racked up numerous accolades in being a four-time all-conference and allcountry player for Southwestern Randolph High School … also has been selected all-district and allstate for the last three seasons … batted .489 on 44 hits during her senior season and scored 41 runs with 40 RBI … was named the 2012 SWR Best Defensive Player Award and claimed the 2010 NCHSAA 3A softball state high school championship … has a 4.5 GPA ranking her 15 out of 276 in her high school and is the FFA president … played club softball for Randolph Rage 18U out of Denton, N.C. under Coach Alvin Hogan Jr. Personal Hagan O’Neal Kiser … born July 12, 1995 in Thomasville, N.C. … daughter of Neal and Elaine Kiser … has two sisters in Kristen Kiser Elberson and Stella Kiser Hineline … major is Kinesiology.

KISER’S STATISTICS Year AVG. GP/GS 2014 .306 31-6 TOTAL .306 31-6

AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO OB% SF SH SB/ATT PO 36 5 11 3 0 0 11 14 .389 1 0 3 .316 1 0 0-0 4 36 5 11 3 0 0 11 14 .389 1 0 3 .316 1 0 0-0 4

A E FLD% 3 1 .875 3 1 .875


KENDALL #19 MCKINNEY SOPHOMORE - OF - 5-11 - R/R - SUWANEE, GA./NORTH GWINNETT 2014 (Freshman): Played in 44 games, starting 17 games in the outfield ... hit .204 on 11 hits, 13 runs scored, four doubles, a home run and six RBI ... went 1-for-2 with a double in game one Virginia Tech (Feb. 18) ... was 2-for-2 with two doubles and two RBI against Hampton (Feb. 23) ... scored two runs against Bucknell (Feb. 28) ... scored two runs against Georgia Southern (Mar. 15-16) ... went 1-for-2 with a hit against North Carolina A&T (Mar. 27) ... hit her first career home run, a three-run shot in game two against Liberty (April 2) ... went 2-for-4 in the series finale at Furman (April 6) and had a RBI against UNCW (April 9) ... scored a run in game two against Charlotte (April 23) as a pinch runner ... also pinch ran and scored a run in game two at Appalachian State (April 26).

High school A power hitter for North Gwinnett High School that is a two-time all-region, all-county and an all-star team selection in 2012 … broke the single-season and career home run records at North Gwinnett … She led her team to a 22-9-2 overall record, winning the 2012 Region Championship and making the sweet 16 in the state playoffs … also was an outfielder for the South Carolina Elite club softball team in Greenville, S.C. Personal Kendall Leigh McKinney … born October 24, 1994 in Atlanta, Ga. … daughter of Alex and Kelly McKinney … has a brother Daniel McKinney … major is undecided.

MCKINNEY’S STATISTICS Year AVG. GP/GS 2014 .204 44-17 TOTAL .204 44-17

AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO OB% SF SH SB/ATT PO A E FLD% 54 13 11 4 0 1 6 18 .333 2 1 16 .246 0 0 1-1 25 0 2 .9 26 54 13 11 4 0 1 6 18 .333 2 1 16 .246 0 0 1-1 25 0 2 .926


TORY #24 WRIGHT SOPHOMORE - 1B/OF - 5-7 - L/L - POTOMAC FALLS, VA./DOMINION 2014 (Freshman): Played in 48 games, starting 47 in the outfield and first base ... hit .267 on 36 hits, 17 runs scored, eight doubles, three home runs and 22 RBI ... was 1-for-3 with a RBI double against Presbyterian (Feb. 9) ... went 2-for-4 with a home run and two RBI against Army (Feb. 21) ... picked up two hits, two RBI and a double against Hampton (Feb. 23) ... had a 3-for-4 effort with two doubles and two RBI against UNCW (Feb. 28) ... had a 10-game hitting streak from Feb. 23 through Mar. 15 ... went 2-for-4 with a run scored against North Carolina A&T (Mar. 5) ... was 3-for-4 with a double, two RBI and three runs scored in game two against Gardner-Webb (Mar. 11) ... picked up runs batted in against Samford (Mar. 22) and North Carolina A&T (Mar. 27) ... went 1-for-2 in the series finale at Furman (April 6) ... had a RBI in game two against Charlotte (April 23) ... hit a two-run home run in the series finale at Appalachian State (April 27) ... finished the season with a stellar SoCon tournament, hitting a key three-run home run against Georgia Southern (May 9) in the semifinals ... named to the SoCon All-Tournament team after picking up six hits in the tourney. High school A first baseman for Dominion High School in Sterling, Va. that earned first-team all-district and all-region honors in 2012 … also is a two-time Coaches Award winner in 2011 and 2012 … finished the 2012 season with a .516 batting average, .600 on base percentage and an impressive .981 fielding percentage … has a 3.83 GPA and is a member of the National Honor Society and Spanish Honor Society … She plays for on the Ashburn Shooting Stars 18U Gold club team in Ashburn, Va. Personal Victoria “Tory” Wright born July 24, 1995 in Washington, D.C. … daughter of Robert and Nancy Wright … has a brother Evan Wright who attends the University of South Carolina … major is undecided.

WRIGHT’S STATISTICS Year AVG. GP/GS 2014 .267 48-47 TOTAL .267 48-47

AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO OB% SF SH SB/ATT PO A E FLD% 135 17 36 8 0 3 22 53 .393 10 3 13 .331 0 3 0-0 44 5 1 .980 135 17 36 8 0 3 22 53 .393 10 3 13 .331 0 3 0-0 44 5 1 .980


SIDNEY #9 GRKMAN REDSHIRT FRESHMAN - OUTFIELDER - 5-7 - L/L - SALISBURY, N.C./JESSE CARSON

2014 (Freshman) Redshirted due to an injury.

High school A left-handed power-hitting outfielder from Salisbury, N.C. ... was the 2013 Player of the Year award winner … is a fourtime all-county selection and a 2012-13 all-conference player for Jesse Carson High School … also won two-straight NPC softball tournament championships, leading her team to a 17-7 overall record and a 16-7 record in 2013 … had a stellar senior season, hitting .473 on 35 hits, 25 runs, 33 RBI and 10 home runs … Also had a 4-for-5 game against Davie where she hit two home runs and drove in eight runs … finished her junior season with a .500 batting average on 39 hits, 27 runs and a .500 on base percentage … also played three years of volleyball and was a member of the student council … had a 4.25 GPA and made the Academic honor roll all four years … played club softball for Team NC out of Mint Hill, N.C. under Coach Mike Ward and Buster Hill. Personal Sidney Nicole Grkman … born December 1, 1994 in Lexington, N.C. … daughter of Jim and Alisha Grkman … has a brother Zack who plays defensive back for Averett University … undecided on a major.


DANICA #5 BISHOP JUNIOR - RHP - 6-0 - R/R - IRVINE, CALIF./WOODBRIDGE/NEBRASKA 2014 (Sophomore at Nebraska) Bishop made four relief appearances and posted a 5.25 ERA in 4.0 innings … proved hard to hit as she allowed only one hit in 14 at bats, as opponents hit just .071 against her … Bishop’s first action as a sophomore came when she threw a scoreless inning of relief against Sam Houston State on Feb. 16 … the next weekend Bishop allowed one run on four walks and zero hits in a relief outing against No. 14 Arizona … Bishop had to wait nearly a month before her next outing, a perfect inning of relief against Jackson State on March 14, when she recorded her lone strikeout of the season … Bishop’s final appearance came on March 23 against No. 16 Minnesota, when she allowed seven runs (two earned) in 1.0 inning of work. 2013 (Freshman at Nebraska) Although she saw limited action behind a pair of first-team all-region pitchers, Bishop made great strides in her development and produced impressive results when she did take the circle … Nebraska’s tallest pitcher, Bishop posted a 1.75 ERA in 8.0 innings in 2013, combining for one shutout while adding one save … She allowed an earned run in only one of her five appearances on the season, while ranking in a tie for eighth among all Big Ten pitchers in saves … Bishop tossed a perfect inning in her career debut against New Mexico on Feb. 10 in the final game of Nebraska’s season-opening tournament in Las Cruces, N.M. … She then threw a career-high 3.0 innings against Maryland back in her home state of California, earning a save after allowing only one hit and no runs against the Terrapins … the next day, Bishop came on in relief against No. 9 Oregon and struck out a careerhigh three batters, while allowing two runs in 2.0 innings … She faced another ranked team the next weekend, tossing 1.1 innings of scoreless, onehit relief against the national champion Oklahoma Sooners … Her final appearance of the year came in game one of a March 20 doubleheader at North Dakota State, when she pitched two-thirds of an inning and did not allow an earned run. High school Bishop completed her prep career at Woodbridge High School in the spring of 2012 … As the team’s ace in 2012, Bishop led the Warriors to their first appearance in the CIF playoffs in several years, which included a first-round win over Aliso Niguel … she compiled an 11-10 record against talented competition, posting a 2.47 ERA in 150.1 innings … Bishop added one save, struck out 97 and walked only 39, as opponents owned just a .289 on-base percentage against her … Bishop also contributed to Woodbridge’s success offensively, batting .386 on the season with 11 doubles, two home runs, 11 walks, 17 runs scored and 32 RBIs in only 30 games … for her efforts, Bishop was selected to participate in the Orange County Coaches all-star game following her senior season … also experienced a wealth of success on the club level … was a part of Mark Campbell’s Victory USA 14-and-under team that won the 2009 ASA national championship, after finishing as the runner-up the previous season … in 2010, Bishop made the jump to the 18-and-under gold level with the So Cal Athletics, who won the inaugural Premier Girls Fastpitch National Championship in a nationally-televised final on ESPN … in the summer of 2011, Bishop played for the Firecrackers-Snyder team out of Lakewood, Calif. … Bishop helped lead the Firecrackers to a third-place finish in a field of more than 300 teams at the Gold Triple Crown Colorado Sprinkler tournament in Denver … for her efforts on the club level, Bishop earned an invite to the Allister OnDeck 2010 Arizona Jamboree, an invitation-only event for elite high school softball prospects. Personal Danica Rose Bishop was born on Jan. 5, 1994, in Irvine, Calif. … She is the daughter of Robert and Susan Bishop and has one brother, Bobby.


ALICIA #13 BAZONSKI FRESHMAN - RHP - 5-7 - R/R - SHEFFIELD, MASS./MOUNT EVERETT High school a three-time All-Eagle MVP as a pitcher at Mount Everett high school in Sheffield, Mass. … is the first Mount Everett athlete to play at a Division I college in the last 20 years … led Mount Everett to a school record 22-2 mark and the Western Mass. Division III championship in 2013 … made the semifinals of the Western Mass. Division III Tournament during her senior year after having a 20-1 record … threw a two-hit shutout in the championship during her junior season … her junior campaign was stellar throwing three no-hitters, two one-hitters, six two-hitters and 19 games with 10 or more strikeouts … In 2013, finished with over 236 strikeouts and posted threestraight shutouts in the Western Mass. Tournament … set a new career high with 18 strikeouts against Lee high school in a no-hitter in 2014. Personal Alicia Maire Bazonski … born January 30, 1996 in Great Barrington, Massachusetts … daughter of John Bazonski and Nora Sebben … undecided on a major.


MARISA #22 SHOLTES FRESHMAN - 1B - 6-0 - L/R - ALBANY, N.Y./SOUTH COLONIE CENTRAL High school a 2012 section 2 first team All-Star as first baseman at South Colonie Central high school in Albany, N.Y. … has won numerous awards, including Suburban Council Athlete of the Year and first team first baseman in 2014 … hit .630 with four home runs and 32 RBI during her senior campaign … lead her team to back-to-back Suburban Council South Division championship and two NYS Section II Class AA semifinalists … made the 2012 Troy Record All-Area team … was a second team All-Star in 2013 and was a high jumper in track & field for three years … played for the Capital District Crossfire club team in Mechanicville, N.Y. under coach Gary Sears. Personal Marisa Marie Sholtes … born March 6, 1996 in Albany, NY. … daughter of Neal and Kim Sholtes … has two brothers, Joe and Cody … plans to major in early childhood education.


REBECAA #2 KALE FRESHMAN - C - 5-5 - R/R - HUDSON, N.C./SOUTH CALDWELL High School Played four years as a catcher at South Caldwell high school in Hudson, North Carolina ... was an All-County Player of the year and all-conference honoree during her four seasons ... also played three seasons of Volleyball as a libero ... helped her team finish 23-2 during her senior season winning the conference championship ... played all 25 games hitting .294 with 25 hits, 15 runs scored, five doubles, three triples, 20 RBI and four home runs ... also played club softball with the Carolina Cardinals where she was a teammate with fellow freshman Mackenzie Winslow. Personal Rebecca L. Kale ... born November 15, 1995 in Watauga, N.C. ... daughter of Mike and Cindy Kale ... has three siblings, Zack, Payton and Abby ... will be majoring in Psychology.


RACHAEL #35 MCCLASKEY FRESHMAN - SS - 5-5 - L/R - PINE HILL N.J./OVERBROOK High school a three-time first team All-Conference selection as a shortstop at Overbrook high school in Pine Hill, N.J. … was awarded the 2012 outstanding offensive player and won the 2013 coaches award … became the first junior in school history to reach 100 hits and was the second female in school history to receive 12 varsity letters (Softball-4, Soccer-4, Basketball-4) … Also played for the Newtown Rock club team under coach Joe Amendolara … broke the school record for most career hits with 134 … had 40 steals, 10 home runs and a .450 average during her senior season. Personal Rachael Marie McClaskey … born Februrary 19, 1996 in Voorhees, N.J. … daughter of Ernest and Michelle McClaskey … has a brother Marc … plans to major in Kinesiology.


GABRIELLE #6 CUBBAGE FRESHMAN - SS - 5-7 - R/R - FELTON, DEL./LAKE FOREST High school a three-time Henlopen All-Conference performer as a shortstop at Lake Forest high school in Felton, Del. … played four seasons with the Delaware Diamonds winning four Delaware State championships … has played one season with the NJ Intensity in Farmingdale, N.J. under club coach Kevin O’Donnell … she has also received many academic accolades in the DIAA (Delaware Interscholastic Athletic Association) Academic Honors and won the Delaware women’s sports Alliance “Athlete of Promise” award in her sophomore year. Personal Gabrielle Nicole Cubbage … born April 1, 1996 in Dover, Delaware … daughter of James Cubbage and Darlene Sipple … has two siblings, Chase Sipple and James Cubbage III … plans to major in Athletic Training.


ALEXIS #4 OVERDIEP FRESHMAN - OF - 5-3 - L/R - APEX, N.C./APEX High school 2013 first team All-Conference, All-District and All-state as an infielder/outfielder at Apex high school … hit .478 with 32 hits, 13 RBI, 26 runs scored and hit two home runs during her senior season … made second team All-Conference in 2012 and led her team to a 2013 conference championship … was an Academic All-Conference selection, scholar athlete and made the National Honor Society … played for the Carolina Wildcats club team under coach Jeff McPhail winning the Dynamite Class tournament … finished her junior season with a .458 batting average, 33 hits, 32 runs scored and a perfect 13-for-13 in stolen bases. Personal Alexis Aaliyah Overdiep … born July 12, 1996 in Raleigh, N.C. … daughter of Jacques and Sophia Overdiep … has a brother Trey … plans to major in Kinesiology.


MACKENZIE #7 WINSLOW FRESHMAN - RHP - 5-9 - R/R - MOORESVILLE, N.C./LAKE NORMAN High school a local player from Mooresville, N.C., is a 2013 All-State award winner as a pitcher/utility for Lake Norman high school … helped her team finish with a 21-3 record, winning the I-Meck 4A conference championship for the third-straight year in 2013 … Her individual honors include back-to-back I-Meck 4A AllConference selections, All-County and All-District for two years in a row … won the 2013 and 2012 NCHSAA Individual Scholar Athlete award, while sporting a 3.90 GPA ranking 13th in her class of 464 … has been a stellar hitter with a high school career .387 batting average with 53 hits, 41 RBI, nine doubles, four triples and four home runs … played for the Carolina Cardinals club team coached by Ben McKinney. Personal Mackenzie Renee Winslow … born November 23, 1995 in Lakeland, Fla. … daughter of James and Marcia Winslow … plans to major in Biology.


The Automated ScoreBook Game Results for UNCG (as of Jan 22, 2015) (All games)

2014 UNCG Softball Game Results Date

2/7/2014 2/8/2014 2/9/2014 2/9/2014 Feb 16, 2014 Feb 18, 2014 Feb 18, 2014 Feb 21, 2014 Feb 22, 2014 Feb 23, 2014 Feb 23, 2014 Feb 28, 2014 Feb 28, 2014 Mar 01, 2014 Mar 01, 2014 Mar 02, 2014 Mar 05, 2014 Mar 11, 2014 Mar 11, 2014 Mar 13, 2014 * Mar 15, 2014 * Mar 15, 2014 * Mar 16, 2014 Mar 20, 2014 * Mar 22, 2014 * Mar 22, 2014 * Mar 23, 2014 Mar 27, 2014 * Mar 29, 2014 * Mar 30, 2014 * Mar 30, 2014 Apr 02, 2014 Apr 02, 2014 * Apr 05, 2014 * Apr 05, 2014 * Apr 06, 2014 Apr 09, 2014 Apr 09, 2014 * Apr 12, 2014 * Apr 12, 2014 * Apr 13, 2014 Apr 16, 2014 Apr 16, 2014 Apr 23, 2014 Apr 23, 2014 * Apr 26, 2014 * Apr 26, 2014 * Apr 27, 2014 * May 03, 2014 * May 03, 2014 * May 04, 2014 May 07, 2014 May 08, 2014 May 08, 2014 May 09, 2014 May 09, 2014 May 10, 2014

Opponent

vs Iowa vs Ohio vs Presbyterian at South Carolina vs Norfolk State VIRGINIA TECH VIRGINIA TECH-2 ARMY GEORGE WASHINGTON #20 MINNESOTA HAMPTON vs Bucknell at UNCW vs Brown at UNCW vs Bucknell at North Carolina A&T GARDNER-WEBB GARDNER-WEBB-2 EASTERN KENTUCKY GEORGIA SOUTHERN GEORGIA SOUTHERN-2 GEORGIA SOUTHERN NORTH CAROLINA at Samford-1 at Samford-2 at Samford NORTH CAROLINA A&T CHATTANOOGA CHATTANOOGA CHATTANOOGA-2 at Liberty-1 at Liberty-2 at Furman-1 at Furman-2 at Furman UNCW-1 UNCW-2 WESTERN CAROLINA-1 WESTERN CAROLINA-2 WESTERN CAROLINA at Charlotte-1 at Charlotte-2 CHARLOTTE-1 CHARLOTTE-2 at Appalachian State-1 at Appalachian State-2 at Appalachian State ELON-1 ELON-2 ELON SAMFORD ELON vs Furman vs Georgia Southern vs Georgia Southern vs Chattanooga

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SoCon

0-5 7-10 5-4 0-13 11-3 4-12 0-4 6-1 1-2 0-8 10-2 9-6 8-5 4-0 2-5 4-2 8-0 2-3 15-5 2-5 2-3 3-4 11-10 0-6 3-2 5-10 3-11 7-1 1-9 1-2 12-10 10-14 8-5 2-5 5-6 10-12 11-3 8-2 1-3 3-4 9-2 5-3 9-0 1-6 13-1 11-5 20-19 7-0 10-2 10-8 8-0 0-3 4-2 4-3 2-1 11-2 3-4

7 7 7 5 5 6 7 7 (8) 5 5 7 7 7 7 7 6 (8) 5 7 7 7 6 7 7 7 6 7 7 7 7 7 (8) (8) 7 7 5 7 7 7 7 7 5 7 5 7 7 7 5 7 5 7 7 (8) 7 7 7

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

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

Pitcher of record

Hanks (L 0-1) Leary (L 0-1) Hanks (W 1-1) Thomas, N. (L 0-1) Hanks (W 2-1) Hanks (L 2-2) Thomas, N. (L 0-2) Hanks (W 3-2) Thomas, N. (L 0-3) Hanks (L 3-3) Hanks (W 4-3) Leary (W 1-1) Thomas, N. (W 1-3) Hanks (W 5-3) Thomas, N. (L 1-4) Hanks (W 6-3) Leary (W 2-1) Hanks (L 6-4) Thomas, N. (W 2-4) Thomas, N. (L 2-5) Hanks (L 6-5) Hanks (L 6-6) Thomas, N. (W 3-5) Hanks (L 6-7) Thomas, N. (W 4-5) Hanks (L 7-8) Leary (L 2-2) Leary (W 3-2) Hanks (L 6-9) Hanks (L 6-10) Hanks (W 7-10) Hanks (L 7-11) Leary (W 4-2) Hanks (L 7-12) Leary (L 4-3) Hanks (L 7-13) Hanks (W 8-13) Leary (W 5-3) Hanks (L 8-13) Leary (L 5-4) Hanks (W 9-14) Hanks (W 10-15) Leary (W 6-4) Hanks (L 10-15) Thomas, N. (W 5-5) Hanks (W 11-15) Thomas, N. (W 6-5) Hanks (W 12-15) Hanks (W 13-15) Thomas, N. (W 7-5) Thomas, N. (W 8-5) Hanks (L 13-16) Hanks (W 14-16) Hanks (W 15-16) Hanks (W 16-16) Thomas, N. (W 9-5) Hanks (L 16-17)

Attend

Time

464 873 532 1227 89 65 55 75 75 115 75 75 70 25 0 35 28 70 78 65 88 85 80 105 89 101 129 102 103 107 108 97 107 313 111 95 105 135 345 265 57 65 75 141 135 143 495 407 225 221 197 167 178 240 226

2:01 2:58 2:09 1:43 1:34 2:21 1:50 1:54 1:45 1:28 1:29 2:16 2:31 1:57 2:03 1:43 1:46 2:16 2:08 2:07 2:57 2:02 3:00 2:05 1:55 2:14 2:14 1:54 2:30 1:54 2:31 2:03 2:33 2:03 1:41 2:13 1:28 1:40 1:50 1:43 2:01 2:10 1:36 1:36 1:32 2:10 3:06 1:54 1:47 2:10 1:30 1:57 2:20 2:35 1:48 2:18 3:05


2014 SoCon Softball Review

2014 SoCon Softball Standings

Team Georgia Southern Chattanooga Furman Samford UNCG Western Carolina Appalachian State Elon

SoCon W L Pct. 15 6 .714 13 7 .650 12 8 .600 11 9 .550 10 11 .476 8 13 .381 7 13 .350 6 15 .286

Overall W 36 34 29 38 31 19 19 24

L Pct. 20 .643 21 .618 26 .527 18 .679 26 .526 34 .358 32 .373 29-1 .454

Hits Katelyn Bedwell-UNCG Lindsay Thomas-UNCG Megan Dowdy-SAM Sarah Beth Roberts-UTC Alaina Hall-ELON

Runs scored Lindsay Thomas-UNCG 57 Abby Adams-SAM 47 Dominique Madruga-UNCG 42 Katelyn Bedwell-UNCG 42 Alyssa Taylor-UTC 38

First Team P: Mollie Hanson, Samford P: Sarah Purvis, Georgia Southern C: Lindsay Thomas, UNCG 1B: Katelyn Bedwell, UNCG 2B: Cynthia Gomez, Appalachian State SS: Kourtny Thomas, Georgia Southern 3B: Callie Brister, Samford OF: Dani Heichen, Appalachian State OF: Megan Dowdy, Samford OF: Carleigh Nester, Elon DP: Taylor Rogers, Georgia Southern UT: Nicole Thomas, UNCG

Runs batted in Katelyn Bedwell-UNCG 66 Nicole Thomas-UNCG 53 Lindsay Thomas-UNCG 49 Kourtny Thomas-GS 46 Carleigh Nester-Elon 42

Second Team P: Katie Henderson, Chattanooga P: Lauren Collier, Furman C: Sarah Warnock, Appalachian State 1B: Lindsay Loudermilk, Appalachian State 1B: Morgan Robinson, Georgia Southern 2B: Dominique Madruga, UNCG SS: Abby Adams, Samford 3B: Sarah Beth Roberts, Chattanooga 3B: Kara Salvo, Western Carolina OF: Alaina Hall, Elon OF: Nikki Legg, Furman OF: Courtney Price, Western Carolina DP: Elise Smith, Furman UT: Caroline Wilder, Samford

Triples Karley Harkey-WCU Tatiana Alcala-UNCG Alaina Hall

All-freshman Team Cara Parker, Appalachian State Alaina Hall, Elon Andrea Abatiello, Furman Elise Smith, Furman Emily Snider, Georgia Southern Morgan Robinson, Georgia Southern Taylor Rogers, Georgia Southern Grey Adams, Samford Courtney Price, Western Carolina Kara Salvo, Western Carolina

73 71 67 59 56

Doubles Katelyn Bedwell-UNCG 17 Lindsay Thomas-UNCG 17 Sarah Beth Roberts-UTC 14 Carleigh Nester-Elon 11 Morgan Robinson 11 4 4 3

Stolen bases Megan Dowdy-SAM Ambree Muller-FUR Heichen-APP Alaina Hall-ELON Taylor Rogers-GS Strikeouts Sarah Purvis-GS Katie Henderson-UTC Raeanne Hanks-UNCG Mollie Hanson-SAM Jordan Garrett-WCU

Home runs Katelyn Bedwell-UNCG 17 Carleigh Nester-Elon 15 Kourtny Thomas-GS 14 Abby Adams-GSU 14 Total bases Katelyn Bedwell-UNCG 143 Lindsay Thomas-UNCG 129 Carleigh Nester-Elon 106 Abby Adams-Samford 104 Kourtny Thomas-GS 99

Pitcher of the Year Sarah Purvis, Georgia Southern

2014 SoCon Tournament Results (Greensboro, N.C.) Wednesday, May 7 Game 1: #2 Chattanooga 3, #7 Appalachian State 0 Game 2: #3 Furman 4, #6 WCU 3 Game 3: #1 Georgia Southern 4, #8 Elon 0 Game 4: #4 Samford 3, #5 UNCG 0 Thursday, May 8 Game 6: #6 WCU 3, #7 Appalachian State 2 Game 7: #5 UNCG 4, #8 Elon 2 Game 8: #1 Georgia Southern 3, #4 Samford 0 Game 9: #2 Chattanooga 6, #3 Furman 0 Game 10: #4 Samford 7, #6 WCU 3 Game 11: #5 UNCG 4, #3 Furman 3 (8 innings) Friday, May 9 Game 12: #2 Chattanooga 1, #5 Samford 0 Game 13: #1 Georgia Southern 1, #5 UNCG 2 Game 14: #1 Georgia Southern 2, #5 UNCG 11 Saturday, May 10 Game 15: #2 Chattanooga 4, #5 UNCG 3

Coach of the Year Annie Smith, Georgia Southern

Most Outstanding Player (MOP) Katie Henderson, Chattanooga

Player of the Year Katelyn Bedwell, UNCG Freshman of the Year Taylor Rogers, Georgia Southern

22-25 19-22 18-22 17-20 16-19 IP SO 215.2 288 191.2 181 205.0 176 199.1 166 164.0 164


CAREER BATTING HITTING Batting average (min. 200 AB) 1. Lindsay Thomas........2013-present .. .383 2. Lara Long.................. 1995-98............ .370 3. Jennifer Boggs *........ 1985-88............ .367 4. Karyn Thompson........ 1993-96............ .352 5. Katelyn Bedwell......... 2011-14............ .351 6. Susan Carter............. 1986-88............ .350 7. Jennifer Hubbard....... 2003-04............ .348 8. Alex Emeterio............ 2009-12............ .346 9. Danielle Sekula......... 1996-98............ .323 10. Mary Greenway.......... 2007-08............ .313 Penny Thompson....... 2000-03............ .313 11. Julia Boseman........... 1985-86............ .312 Hits 1. Alex Emeterio............ 2009-12............. 230 2. Karyn Thompson........ 1993-96............. 227 Jennifer Bonilla.......... 2004-07............. 227 4. Kristy Norton............. 1999-02............. 222 5. Katelyn Bedwell......... 2011-14..............221 6. Jessie Marsh.............. 1996-99..............212 7. Penny Thompson....... 2000-03..............211 8. Lara Long.................. 1995-98............. 203

Alex Emeterio............ 2009-12............... 39 8. Kim Benningfield....... 2000-03............... 38 Karyn Thompson........ 1993-96............... 38 Jessie Marsh.............. 1996-99............... 38 10. Katelyn Bedwell......... 2011-14................37 Lindsay Thomas ..............2013-present.......28 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 Katelyn Bedwell......... 2011-14..................6 Home runs 1. Karyn Thompson........ 1993-96............... 46 2. Katelyn Bedwell......... 2011-14............... 40 3. Penny Thompson....... 2000-03............... 36 4. Kaitlin Merkt.............. 2007-11............... 32 5. Lindsay Thomas........2013-present.......30 6. Heather Robb............ 2010-13............... 25 7. Kelly Allen.................. 2004-06................24 8. Joni Gomez................ 2001-04............... 20 Jennifer Hubbard....... 2003-04............... 20 Jennifer Bonilla.......... 2004-07............... 20 Eileen Horsmon......... 2010-13............... 20

Alex Emeterio (pictured above) finished her career as UNCGâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s alltime leader in hits with 230.

RBI 1. Karyn Thompson........ 1993-96............. 194 2. Katelyn Bedwell......... 2011-14..............179 3. Penny Thompson....... 2000-03..............151 4. Jennifer Bonilla.......... 2004-07..............117 5. Kaitlin Merkt.............. 2007-11..............112 6. Lara Long.................. 1995-98..............111 7. Eileen Horsmon......... 2010-13............. 109 8. Kristy Norton............. 1999-02............. 106 9. Alex Emeterio............ 2009-12............... 99 10. Jill Quilla................... 1995-98............... 98 11. Lindsay Thomas........2013-present.......94

Slugging percentage (min. 200 AB) 1. Lindsay Thomas........2013-present... .731 2. Karyn Thompson........ 1993-96............ .654 3. Jennifer Hubbard....... 2003-04............ .633 4. Katelyn Bedwell......... 2011-14............ .620 5. Jennifer Boggs *........ 1985-88............ .540 6. Lara Long.................. 1995-98............ .522 7. Susan Carter............. 1986-88............ .511 8. Gwen Johnson........... 2005-06............ .504 9. Kaitlin Merkt.............. 2007-11............ .496 10. Jennifer Bonilla.......... 2004-07............ .495 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. Eileen Horsmon......... 2010-13............ .469 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. Heather Robb............ 2010-13................74 7. Eileen Horsmon......... 2010-13................71 8. Kim Benningfield....... 2000-03............... 70 9. Tracy Strommer.......... 1996-99............... 63 10. Kaitlin Merkt.............. 2007-11................61 11. Shonda Spagnola...... 1992-95............... 58 12. Jessie Marsh.............. 1996-99................57 Lindsay Thomas........2013-present....... 57

3. Joan Weesies +^........ 1988-91............... 65 4. Kim Benningfield....... 2000-03................61 5. Aisha Figueroa........... 2011-13................57 6. Jessie Marsh.............. 1996-99............... 53 7. Lyndsay Mouse.......... 2006-09................47 8. Karyn Thompson........ 1993-96............... 45 9. Shonda Spagnola...... 1992-95................41 10. Silvia Gabalda........... 1994-97............... 36 11. Deedee Smith +......... 1986-89............... 35 12. Julia Boseman........... 1985-86............... 34 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.

Stolen bases 1. Leigh Irwin................. 1998-01............. 102 2. Mary Greenway.......... 2007-08............... 90

9. Leigh Irwin................. 1998-01............. 196 10. Brittany Ausley........... 2007-10............. 190 11. Eileen Horsmon.......... 2010-13............. 177 Lindsay Thomas ..............2013-present.....134 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. Lindsay Thomas ........2013-present..... 106 11. Heather Robb............ 2010-13............. 105 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

Shonda Spagnola appears in UNCGâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s career top 10 in runs, walks and stolen bases.

Shonda Spagnola


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. Raeanne Hanks......... 2010-14............... 44 7. Amy Poole................. 2000-03............... 43 8. Cory Mattson............. 2009-12................41 9. Vanessa Oakes.......... 2004-07............... 39 10. Hannah Angel............ 2005-09................37 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. Raeanne Hanks......... 2010-14............. 437 5. Winn Hazlegrove........ 1992-95..............416 6. Christine Hornak........ 1997-98............. 399 7. Cory Mattson............. 2009-12............. 394 8. Erin Chandler............. 1993-96............. 368 9. Amy Poole................. 2000-03..............351 10. Amber Watson........... 2000-03............. 332 12. Maureen Flynn........... 1999-02..............247 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

8. Amber Watson........... 2000-03..............115 9. Maureen Flynn........... 1999-02..............114 10. Amy Poole................. 2000-03..............112 11. Christine Hornak........ 1997-98............... 89 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. Raeanne Hanks......... 2010-14.......... 501.2 9. Christine Hornak........ 1997-98.......... 498.2 10. Maureen Flynn........... 1999-02.......... 392.2

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. Lindsay Thomas..... 2013-pr........21 (53-74) 7. Jesse Norris........... 1999-01...... 19 (99-118) 8. Katelyn Bedwell..... 2011-14........ 17 (68-86) 9. Susan Carter *....... 1986-88........16 (69-85) 10. Judy Baker............. 1997-99........12 (55-67) 11. Toni MacReynolds.. 2011-14........10 (60-70) ^catcher stats not available or complete prior to 1995 * This is 1987 only - research ongoing

Amber Harrell Amber Harrell is the only pitcher in school history to strike out more than 600 batters. She graduated in 2010 as UNCGâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s career strikeout leader with 657 to her credit.

Saves 1. Maureen Flynn........... 1999-02............... 12 2. Winn Hazlegrove........ 1992-95................10 3. Raeanne Hanks......... 2010-14..................8 4. Cory Mattson............. 2009-12..................5 Erica Navarette.......... 2012-13..................5 6. 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 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. Raeanne Hanks......... 2010-14................77 9. Christine Hornak........ 1997-98............... 73 10. Maureen Flynn........... 1999-02................51 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. Raeanne Hanks......... 2010-14............. 124 7. Hannah Angel............ 2005-09............. 122

Jill Quilla

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


SINGLE-SEASON BATTING

Katelyn Bedwell......... 2012..................... 11 Heather Robb............ 2012..................... 11 10. Penny Thompson....... 2001..................... 10 Jennifer Hubbard....... 2003..................... 10 Christine Sweeney..... 2003..................... 10 Joni Gomez................ 2004..................... 10 Eileen Horsmon......... 2012..................... 10 Runs Batted In 1. Katelyn Bedwell......... 2014...................... 66 2. Karyn Thompson........ 1995..................... 57 3. Karyn Thompson........ 1996..................... 55 4. Nicole Thomas..........2014.................... 53 5. Katelyn Bedwell......... 2013..................... 52 6. Lindsay Thomas........2014.................... 49 6. Karyn Thompson........ 1994..................... 48 7. Penny Thompson....... 2002..................... 47 8. Eileen Horsmon......... 2012..................... 46 9. Erin Kluttz.................. 1994..................... 45 Lara Long.................. 1995..................... 45 Lindsay Thomas........2013.................... 45 Slugging Percentage (min. 100 AB) 1. Katelyn Bedwell......... 2014.................. .786 2. Lindsay Thomas........2013................. .760 3. Lindsay Thomas........2014................. .705 4. Jennifer Hubbard....... 2003................. .695 5. Karyn Thompson........ 1995................. .691 6. Nicole Thomas..........2014................. .676 7. Karyn Thompson........ 1996................. .652 8. Karyn Thompson........ 1994................. .649 9. Lara Long.................. 1998................. .644 10. Penny Thompson....... 2002................. .634 11. Susan Carter............. 1988................. .624 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. Nicole Thomas........... 2014...................... 37 4. Lindsay Thomas........2013.................... 35 5. Judy Baker................. 1997...................... 33 Kelly Allen.................. 2005..................... 33 7. Alex Emeterio............ 2009..................... 31 8. Jennifer Hubbard....... 2004..................... 29 9. Judy Baker................. 1999..................... 28 10. Judy Baker................. 1998..................... 27 Brittany Ausley........... 2009..................... 27 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 Aisha Figueroa........... 2013..................... 22 9. Aisha Figueroa........... 2011...................... 21 10. Julia Boseman........... 1986..................... 20 Joan Weesies............. 1988..................... 20 Leigh Irwin................. 1999..................... 20 13. Andrea Harrison......... 2001..................... 19

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. Katelyn Bedwell......... 2014................... .401 2. Lara Long.................. 1995................. .398 Karyn Thompson........ 1995................. .398 3. Lisa Oltman............... 1992................. .389 4. Lindsay Thomas........2014................. .388 5. Lara Long.................. 1998................. .387 6. Susan Carter............. 1988................. .386 7. Alex Emeterio............ 2010.................. .382 8. Jennifer Hubbard....... 2003................. .377 Lindsay Thomas........2013................. .377 10. Danielle Sekula......... 1996................. .372 Hits 1. Lara Long.................. 1995..................... 76 2. Katelyn Bedwell......... 2014...................... 73 2. Karyn Thompson........ 1995..................... 72 3. Leigh Irwin................. 2000..................... 71 Lindsay Thomas........2014.....................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 Katelyn Bedwell......... 2013..................... 64 Runs 1. Shonda Spagnola...... 1995..................... 66 2. Lindsay Thomas........2014.....................57 3. Karyn Thompson........ 1995..................... 54 4. Jennifer Hubbard....... 2003..................... 51 5. Lindsay Thomas........2013.................... 49 6. Shonda Spagnola...... 1994..................... 45 7. Karyn Thompson........ 1996..................... 44 8. Joni Gomez................ 2004..................... 42 Aisha Figueroa........... 2013..................... 42 Katelyn Bedwell......... 2014...................... 42 Dominique Madruga..2014.................... 42

Doubles 1. Lara Long.................. 1998..................... 21 2. Lara Long.................. 1997...................... 20 3. Katelyn Bedwell......... 2014...................... 17 Lindsay Thomas........2014.....................17 5. Joni Gomez................ 2004..................... 16 6. Kim Benningfield....... 2002..................... 15 Jennifer Bonilla.......... 2005..................... 15 8. Lara Long.................. 1995..................... 14 Brittany Ausley........... 2010...................... 14 Jordan Jewett............. 2011...................... 14 11. Penny Thompson....... 2002..................... 13 Jessie Marsh.............. 1998..................... 13 Jill Quilla................... 1997...................... 13 Erin Kluttz.................. 1993..................... 13 Alex Emeterio............ 2010...................... 13 Eileen Horsmon......... 2013..................... 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 Tatiana Alcala...........2014...................... 4 9. Katelyn Bedwell......... 2011........................ 3 Home Runs 1. Lindsay Thomas........2013.....................17 Katelyn Bedwell......... 2014...................... 17 2. Karyn Thompson........ 1995..................... 14 3. Penny Thompson....... 2002..................... 13 Lindsay Thomas........2014.................... 13 Nicole Thomas..........2014.................... 13 4. Karyn Thompson........ 1996..................... 12 5. Karyn Thompson........ 1994..................... 11 Kelly Allen.................. 2005..................... 11 Kaitlin Merkt.............. 2010...................... 11

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.


SINGLE-SEASON BATTING - TEAM HITTING Batting Average # Year............ G............ Avg. 1. 1995.......... 66............ .316 2. 2014..........57........... .312 3. 1987.......... 32........... .308 4. 1985.......... 28........... .305 5. 1994.......... 58............ .299 6. 1986.......... 40............ .297 7. 2013.......... 57............ .292 8. 2003.......... 56............ .277 9. 1997.......... 65............ .276 10. 1992.......... 50............ .275 1993.......... 52............ .275 Hits # Year............ G............ Hits 1. 1995.......... 66............. 545 2. 2014..........57............ 483 3. 2000.......... 66............. 460 4. 1997.......... 65............. 458 5. 2013.......... 57............. 449 6. 1994.......... 58............. 429 7. 2007.......... 66............. 422 8. 1996.......... 61............. 420 9. 2003.......... 56............. 404 10. 2004.......... 60............. 398 Runs # Year............ G........... Runs 1. 1995.......... 66............. 394 2. 2014..........57.............331 3. 1994.......... 58............. 320 4. 2013.......... 57............. 290 5. 2003.......... 56............. 262 6. 1993.......... 52............. 253 7. 1996.......... 61..............241 8. 1997.......... 65............. 238 9. 1986.......... 40............. 234 2011.......... 58............. 234 Doubles # Year............ G.............. 2B 1. 2014..........57.............. 86 2. 1995.......... 66............... 78 2002.......... 66............... 78 4. 1998.......... 57............... 75 5. 2009.......... 59............... 72 2013.......... 57............... 72 7. 2003.......... 56................71 2010.......... 57................71 9. 2004.......... 60............... 70 10. 2000.......... 66............... 69

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. 2005.......... 60............... 69 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 2013..........57.............. 10

10. 2011.......... 58............ .375 11. 2012.......... 56............ .372

Home Runs # Year............ G.............. HR 1. 2003.......... 56............... 57 2014..........57...............57 3. 2004.......... 60............... 53 4. 2012.......... 56............... 40 5. 2010.......... 57............... 39 6. 2005.......... 60............... 36 2013..........57.............. 36 8. 2007.......... 66............... 35 9. 2006.......... 62................31 10. 2009.......... 59............... 26

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

Runs Batted In # Year............ G............. RBI 1. 2014..........57............ 306 2. 1995.......... 66............. 304 3. 2013.......... 57............. 254 4. 1994.......... 58............. 236 5. 2003.......... 56............. 222 6. 2004.......... 60..............210 7. 1997.......... 65............. 203 2012.......... 56............. 203 9. 1993.......... 52............. 197 10. 2007.......... 66............. 196 11. 2010.......... 57............. 193

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. 2014.......... 57............ .487 2. 2003.......... 56........... .462 3. 2013.......... 57............ .422 4. 1995.......... 66............ .418 5. 2004.......... 60........... . 402 6. 1985.......... 28........... .400 7. 1994.......... 58............ .397 8. 1986.......... 40........... .386 9. 2010.......... 57............ .377

Walks # Year............ G.............. BB 1. 2009.......... 59............. 180 2. 2014..........57.............174 3. 2010.......... 57............. 167 4. 1995.......... 66............. 165 5. 2013.......... 57............. 164 6. 2007.......... 66..............161 7. 2004.......... 60............. 160 8. 1996.......... 61............. 156 9. 1993.......... 52............. 153 1994.......... 58............. 153 11. 2011.......... 58............. 149 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.


SINGLE-SEASON PITCHING 9. Winn Hazlegrove........ 1993................ 201.0 10. Maureen Flynn........... 1999................198.0 11. Cory Mattson............. 2011..................197.1 Appearances 1. Erin Chandler............. 1996..................... 54 2. Christine Hornak........ 1997...................... 47 3. Raeanne Hanks......... 2014...................... 45 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 Raeanne Hanks......... 2013..................... 38 Starts 1. Christine Hornak........ 1997...................... 43 2. Raeanne Hanks......... 2014...................... 35 2. Erin Chandler............. 1996..................... 34 3. Winn Hazlegrove........ 1995..................... 33 Vanessa Oakes.......... 2004..................... 33 5. Maureen Flynn........... 1999..................... 32 Raeanne Hanks......... 2013..................... 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 Complete Games

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Christine Hornak........ 1998..................... 35 Winn Hazlegrove........ 1995..................... 30 Christine Hornak........ 1998..................... 29 Winn Hazlegrove........ 1994..................... 28 Winn Hazlegrove........ 1993..................... 27 Erin Chandler............. 1996..................... 25 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 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 Raeanne Hanks......... 2013....................... 3 Raeanne Hanks......... 2014........................ 3

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 Raeanne Hanks......... 2013..................... 19 10. Becky Gray................ 1999..................... 18 11. Amber Watson........... 2001..................... 16 Raeanne Hanks......... 2014...................... 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. Raeanne Hanks......... 2013....... .679 (19-9) 8. Winn Hazlegrove........ 1994..... .677 (21-10) 9. Jen Zegler.................. 1987......... .667 (8-4) 10. Christine Hornak........ 1998..... .658 (25-13) 11. Winn Hazlegrove........ 1993..... .633 (19-11) 12. Jen Zegler.................. 1988....... .632 (12-7) 13. Christine Hornak........ 1997...... .628 (27-16)

Earned Run Average (min. 100 IP) 1. Erin Chandler............. 1993.................. 1.32 2. Amber Watson........... 2003.................. 1.35 3. Amy Poole................. 2001.................. 1.39 4. Winn Hazlegrove........ 1993.................. 1.50 5. Christine Hornak........ 1997................... 1.58 6. Winn Hazlegrove........ 1994.................. 1.68 7. Amy Poole................. 2000.................. 1.73 8. Erin Chandler............. 1995.................. 1.87 9. Christine Hornak........ 1998..................2.03 Amber Watson........... 2000..................2.03 Strikeouts 1. Christine Hornak........ 1997....................262 2. Amber Harrell............ 2010.................... 214 3. Hannah Angel............ 2008................... 177 4. Raeanne Hanks......... 2013................... 176 Raeanne Hanks......... 2014.................... 176 5. Amber Harrell............ 2008................... 172 6. Vanessa Oakes.......... 2007................... 166 7. Vanessa Oakes.......... 2006................... 165 8. Erin Chandler............. 1996................... 143 9. Maureen Flynn........... 1999................... 142 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. Raeanne Hanks......... 2014.................205.0 7. Amber Harrell............ 2010.................204.1 8. Winn Hazlegrove........ 1992................203.2

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.


SINGLE-SEASON PITCHING/FIELDING - TEAM PITCHING Wins # Year............ G........... Wins 1. 1995.......... 66............... 49 2. 1997.......... 65............... 40 3. 2003.......... 56............... 38 2013.......... 57............... 38 4. 2000.......... 66............... 37 5. 1993.......... 52............... 36 6. 1994.......... 58............... 35 2002.......... 66............... 35 8. 1998.......... 57............... 32 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. 2013.......... 57............. 313 8. 2002.......... 66............. 281 9. 2004.......... 60............. 266 10. 2003.......... 56............. 265 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 7. 2006.......... 62...........413.1 8. 1999.......... 64.......... 412.0

9. 2004.......... 60.......... 408.2 10. 2010.......... 57.......... 391.0 Walks (most) # Year............ G.............. BB 1. 2011.......... 58............. 245 2. 2014.......... 57............. 233 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. 2013.......... 57............. 164 9. 2002.......... 66............. 153 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 3. 1994.......... 58................17 1995.......... 66................17

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. 5. 1997.......... 65............... 13 2003.......... 56............... 13 7. 2002.......... 66............... 12 2007.......... 66............... 12 9. 2008.......... 56................11 10. 2013.......... 57............... 10 Saves # Year............ G............... Sv 1. 2002.......... 66................. 9 2. 1992.......... 50................. 8 3. 2013.......... 57................. 7 4. 2011.......... 58................. 5 2012.......... 56................. 5 6. 2001.......... 58................. 4 7. 1995.......... 66................. 3 8. 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 6. 2013.......... 57................71 7. 2001.......... 58............... 72

8. 1995.......... 66............... 73 1998.......... 57............... 73 2002.......... 66............... 73 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. 2013.......... 57............ .958 10. 1998.......... 57............ .957 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 2014..........57.............. 15

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


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: Lindsay Thomas vs. Georgia Southern (5/9/14)

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) ............................................... Aisha Figueroa at UNCW (4/16/13) ...................... Lindsay Thomas at Appalachian State (4/26/14) 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) .......................................Lindsay Thomas vs. Samford (5/11/13) ..................... Lindsay Thomas vs. Appalachian State (4/26/14) RBI 8.............................Nicole Thomas vs. Gardner-Webb (3/11/14 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)

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. ..........................................Penny Thompson vs. Belmont (3/9/03) ........................................... Penny Thompson vs. Akron (3/14/03) .................................Kelly Allen vs. Charleston Southern (3/4/06) ....................................... Lindsay Thomas vs. Samford (5/10/13) Doubles 2.............................................................................Several players ................................. LAST: Danielle Vega at NC A&T (3/21/13) 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) ............................. Nicole Thomas vs. Gardner-Webb (3/11/14) 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) ....................................... Lindsay Thomas vs. Samford (5/10/13) 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 Maryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;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) ...................................... Danielle Vega vs. Charlotte (4/23/14) ....................................... Karyn Thompson vs. Winthrop (3/16/96) 3.............................................................................Several players ................................ LAST: Katelyn Bedwell at Liberty (4/2/14) 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 Alex Emeterio (UNCG) vs. College of Charleston................ 4/25/09 Lindsay Thomas (UNCG) vs. Samford.............................. 3/9/13


SINGLE-GAME RECORDS - PITCHING

PITCHING Innings pitched 12.0......................................Danielle Byrne vs. Furman (3/28/04) 10.2..................... Raeanne Hanks vs. Georgia Southern (5/11/13) 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) 13......................................Raeanne Hanks vs. Belmont (2/15/13) 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) ............................................. Raeanne Hanks vs. Furman (5/8/13) 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)

...........................Raeanne Hanks vs. Charlotte (3/14/13) 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) 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) 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) Runners caught stealing (by catcher) 4................................ Susan Carter at Averett (3/23/87) 2.........................Lindsay Thomas vs. Virginia (3/3/13) 2...........................Lindsay Thomas vs. Army (2/21/14) 2...........................Lindsay Thomas at Liberty (4/2/14)

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Amber Watson

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 Feb. 23, 2003.

No-hitters

Cory Mattson vs. North Carolina (4/11/12) Earned runs allowed 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) .......................................Raeanne Hanks at Virginia Tech (4/2/13) 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)

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


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 2013........Lindsay Thomas..................................................... .377 2014........Katelyn Bedwell..................................................... .401 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 2013........Katelyn Bedwell........................................................ 64 2014........Katelyn Bedwell........................................................ 73 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 2013........ Eileen Horsmon........................................................ 13

Kaitlin Merkt led UNCG in Home Runs (2008-11) and RBI (2010-11). 2014........ Katelyn Bedwell/Lindsay Thomas..............................17 Triples 1985........Angela Riddle..............................................................6 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 2013 .......Tatiana Alcala..............................................................3 2014........Tatiana Alcala..............................................................4 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 2013........ Lindsay Thomas ........................................................17 2014........ Katelyn Bedwell........................................................17

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 2013........ Katelyn Bedwell....................................................... 52 2014........ Katelyn Bedwell....................................................... 66 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 2013........Lindsay Thomas........................................................ 35 2014........Nicole Thomas...........................................................37 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 2013........ Aisha Figueroa......................................................... 22 2014........ Dominique Madruga.................................................10

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


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 2013........ Raeanne Hanks........................................................ 19 2014........ Raeanne Hanks.........................................................16 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 2013........ Raeanne Hanks..................................................... 2.34 2014........ Raeanne Hanks......................................................3.11 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

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 UNCGâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s pitching coach from 2009-10. 1994........ Winn Hazlegrove...................................................216.1 1995........ Winn Hazlegrove.................................................. 218.0 1996........ Erin Chandler......................................................274.1 1997........ Christine Hornak................................................. 278.1 1998........ Christine Hornak................................................. 220.1 1999........ Maureen Flynn.................................................... 198.0 2000........ Amy Poole........................................................... 181.2 2001........ Amber Watson..................................................... 168.2 2002........ Jessica Vanderploeg............................................ 149.1 2003........ Amber Watson..................................................... 119.0 2004........ Vanessa Oakes.....................................................177.1 2005........ Vanessa Oakes.....................................................187.2 2006........ Vanessa Oakes.................................................... 183.1 2007........ Vanessa Oakes.....................................................187.0 2008........ Amber Harrell...................................................... 186.0 2009........ Hannah Angel..................................................... 169.1 2010........ Amber Harrell...................................................... 204.1 2011........ Cory Mattson.......................................................197.1 2012........ Cory Mattson...................................................... 181.0 2013........ Raeanne Hanks....................................................191.1 2014........ Raeanne Hanks................................................... 205.0 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 2013........ Raeanne Hanks...........................................................3 2014........ Raeanne Hanks...........................................................3 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 2013........ Raeanne Hanks.......................................................176 2014........ Raeanne Hanks.......................................................176

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.

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


1992 team

UNCG went 31-18-1 in 1992, its first season at the Division I level. 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 3/21..... at Winthrop*................................W 3-0

1994 team

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

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 3/23..... vs. Miami (OH)%..........................L 4-10


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


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.


$ 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. Maryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;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.


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) 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.

2013 Record: 38-19 (12-10 SoCon, 4th) Head coach: Janelle Breneman 2/9....... vs. George Mason#......................W 2-1 2/9....... at Charles Southern#...................W 5-4 2/10..... vs. George Mason#......................W 5-4 2/15..... vs. Belmont%...........................L 0-1 (8) 2/15..... at Alabama State%......................W 4-0 2/16..... vs. Eastern Illinois%.....................W 2-0 2/16..... vs. Belmont%...............................W 1-0 2/17..... vs. Eastern Illinois%.....................W 5-1 2/23..... Quinnipiac@...............................W 10-8 2/24..... Marshall@....................................W 7-2 2/24..... Quinnipiac@........................... W 9-1 (5) 2/25..... Marshall@.....................................L 3-4 2/25..... Drexel@.................................. W 9-4 (8) 3/1....... Dayton$.......................................W 6-4 3/1....... Hartford$.....................................W 3-1 3/3....... Monmouth...................................W 5-2 3/3....... Virginia........................................W 2-1 3/9....... Samford*....................................W 4-0 3/9....... Samford*.............................. W 9-1 (6) 3/10..... Samford*.....................................L 0-5 3/14..... Charlotte*...................................W 8-6 3/14..... Charlotte*....................................L 4-8 3/16..... at Western Carolina*....................W 5-1 3/16..... at Western Carolina*....................W 7-3 3/17..... at Western Carolina*.............W 11-1 (5) 3/20..... Towson..........................................L 0-1 3/21..... at NC A&T..................................W 11-8 3/21..... at NC A&T............................ W 10-1 (5) 3/23..... Furman*..................................L 0-8 (5) 3/23..... Furman*.....................................L 5-10 3/29..... at Elon*.......................................W 5-1 3/30..... at Elon*........................................L 5-8 3/30..... at Elon*............................... W 10-2 (5) 4/2....... at Virginia Tech..............................L 1-8 4/2....... at Virginia Tech*.........................L 9-10 4/10..... Liberty.........................................W 5-4 4/10..... Liberty.........................................W 8-0 4/13..... Appalachian State*.....................W 3-1 4/13..... Appalachian State*......................L 1-6

4/14..... Appalachian State*.....................W 5-3 4/16..... at UNCW................................ W 9-0 (6) 4/18..... NC Central........................... W 10-0 (5) 4/18..... NC Central............................W 11-3 (6) 4/20..... at Chattanooga*...........................L 5-6 4/20..... at Chattanooga*..........................W 8-7 4/21..... at Chattanooga*.........................L 9-13 4/24..... at North Carolina*........................L 3-7 4/27..... at Georgia Southern*....................L 2-5 4/27..... at Georgia Southern*...................W 2-1 4/28..... at Georgia Southern*....................L 3-7 5/4....... College of Charleston*..................L 5-7 5/4....... College of Charleston*.................W 2-0 5/5....... College of Charleston*..................L 1-3 5/8....... vs. Furman&.................................W 1-0 5/9....... vs. Appalachian State&................W 3-0 5/10..... vs. Samford&....................... W 12-2 (5) 5/11..... vs. Georgia Southern&...........L 0-1 (11) * = Southern Conference game # = Charleston Southern Tournament, Charleston, S.C. % = ASU Invitational, Montgomery, Ala. @ = UNCG Spartan Classic, Greensboro, N.C. $ = Winthrop Tournament, Rock Hill, S.C. & = SoCon Championship, Greensboro, N.C.

2014 Record: 31-26 (10-11 SoCon, 5th) Head coach: Janelle Breneman 2/7....... Iowa#..........................................L, 0-5 2/8....... Ohio#........................................L, 7-10 2/9....... Presbyterian#.............................W, 5-4 2/9....... at South Carolina#................L, 0-13 (5) 2/16..... Norfolk State.......................W, 11-3 (5) 2/18..... Virginia Tech.........................L, 4-12 (6) 2/18..... Virginia Tech................................L, 0-4 2/21..... Army@.........................................W, 6-1 2/22..... George Washington@..............L, 2-1 (8) 2/23..... #20 Minnesota@.....................L, 0-8 (5) 2/23..... Hampton@...........................W, 10-2 (5) 2/28..... Bucknell$...................................W, 9-6 2/28..... at UNCW$...................................W, 8-5 3/1....... Brown$.......................................W, 4-0 3/1....... at UNCW$....................................L, 2-5 3/2....... Bucknell$...................................W, 4-2 3/5....... at North Carolina A&T............W, 8-0 (6) 3/11..... Gardner-Webb........................L, 2-3 (8) 3/11..... Gardner-Webb.....................W, 15-5 (5) 3/13..... Eastern Kentucky.........................L, 2-5 3/15..... Georgia Southern*.......................L, 2-3 3/15..... Georgia Southern*.......................L, 3-4 3/16..... Georgia Southern*.............W, 11-10 (6) 3/20..... North Carolina.............................L, 0-6 3/22..... at Samford*................................W, 3-2 3/22..... at Samford*...............................L, 5-10 3/23..... at Samford*..........................L, 3-11 (6) 3/27..... North Carolina A&T.....................W, 7-1 3/29..... Chattanooga*..............................L, 1-9 3/30..... Chattanooga*..............................L, 1-2 3/30..... Chattanooga*.........................W, 12-10 4/2....... at Liberty.................................L, 10-14 4/2 ...... at Liberty...............................W, 8-5 (8) 4/5....... at Furman*.............................L, 2-5 (8) 4/5....... at Furman*..................................L, 5-6 4/6....... at Furman*..............................L, 10-12 4/9....... UNCW..................................W, 11-3 (5) 4/9....... UNCW.........................................W, 8-2 4/12..... Western Carolina*.......................L, 1-3 4/12..... Western Carolina*.......................L, 3-4 4/13..... Western Carolina*......................W, 9-2 4/16..... at Charlotte.................................W, 5-3 4/16..... at Charlotte............................W, 9-0 (5) 4/23..... Charlotte......................................L, 1-6 4/23..... Charlotte..............................W, 13-1 (5) 4/26..... at Appalachian State*..............W, 11-5 4/26..... at Appalachian State*........... W, 20-19 4/27..... at Appalachian State*................W, 7-0 5/3....... Elon*...................................W, 10-2 (5) 5/3....... Elon*............................................ 10-8 5/4....... Elon*.....................................W, 8-0 (5) 5/7....... Samford&....................................L, 0-3 5/8....... Elon&.........................................W, 4-2 5/8....... Furman&................................W, 4-3 (8) 5/9....... Georgia Southern&.....................W, 2-1 5/9....... Georgia Southern&...................W, 11-2 5/10..... Chattanooga&.............................L, 3-4 * = Southern Conference game # = Carolina Classic, Columbia, S.C. @ = UNCG Spartan Classic, Greensboro, N.C. $ = UNCW Beach Bash, Wilmington, N.C. & = SoCon Championship, Greensboro, N.C.


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 Nicole Thomas (first team).................2014 NFCA All-Region First Team Penny Thompson............................... 2002 Alex Emeterio.....................................2010 Katelyn Bedwell.................................2013 Katelyn Bedwell.................................2014 NFCA All-Region Second Team Leigh Irwin........................................ 2000 Penny Thompson............................... 2000 Jennifer Hubbard.............................. 2003 Penny Thompson............................... 2003 Lindsay Thomas.................................2014 NFCA All-Region Third Team Nicole Thomas...................................2014 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 Katelyn Bedwell.................................2013 Raeanne Hanks..................................2013 Lindsay Thomas.................................2013 Aisha Figueroa...................................2013 Heather Robb.....................................2013 Raeanne Hanks..................................2014 Lindsay Thomas.................................2014 Katelyn Bedwell.................................2014 Danielle Vega.....................................2014 Dominique Madruga..........................2014 Nicole Thomas...................................2014

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 Lindsay Thomas.................................2013 Katelyn Bedwell.................................2013 Lindsay Thomas.................................2014 Katelyn Bedwell.................................2014 Nicole Thomas...................................2014 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

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

Jennifer Moran

Jennifer Moran was a first-team CoSIDA Academic All-American in 2002-03. Katelyn Bedwell.................................2012 Raeanne Hanks..................................2013 Heather Robb.....................................2013 Tatiana Alcala....................................2013 Aisha Figuera.....................................2013 Allison Geiner....................................2013 Eileen Horsmon.................................2013 Dominique Madruga..........................2014 Southern Conference All-Freshman Team Alex Emeterio.................................... 2009 Eileen Horsmon.................................2010 Katelyn Bedwell.................................2011 Aisha Figueroa...................................2011 Allison Geiner....................................2013 Lindsay Thomas.................................2013 Academic All-Southern Conference Kim Benningfield.............................. 2003 Jessica Vanerploeg........................... 2003 Jennifer Moran.................................. 2003 Vanessa Massie................................ 2004 Kara Clouser..................................... 2005 Adriane Audley.................................. 2005 Kara Clouser..................................... 2006 Krista Judge...................................... 2006 Kara Clouser......................................2007 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 Eileen Horsmon.................................2012 Toni MacReynolds..............................2012 Eileen Horsmon.................................2013 Lindsay Thomas.................................2014 Nicole Thomas...................................2014 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 Raeanne Hanks..................................2013 Lindsay Thomas.................................2013 SoCon Tournament Most Outstanding Player Amber Harrell.....................................2010 Raeanne Hanks..................................2013 Southern Conference Player of the Year Lara Long...........................................1998 Leigh Irwin.........................................2001 Penny Thompson............................... 2002 Jennifer Hubbard.............................. 2003 Katelyn Bedwell.................................2014 Southern Conference Freshman of the Year Lindsay Thomas.................................2013 Southern Conference Coleman Lew Leadership Award Laura Olenderski..........................2008-09 Southern Conference Player of the Month Jennifer Bonilla..........................April 2005 Adriane Audley.................... February 2007 Katelyn Bedwell.........................April 2014 Southern Conference Pitcher of the Month Amber Harrell...................... February 2008 Amber Harrell..............................May 2010 Raeanne Hanks................... February 2013 Raeanne Hanks....................... March 2013 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 Lindsay Thomas................... Feb. 11, 2013 Danielle Vega....................... Feb. 18, 2013 Lindsay Thomas..................... Mar. 4, 2013 Nicole Thomas..................... Mar. 17, 2014 Katelyn Bedwell................... Mar. 31, 2014 Katelyn Bedwell................... April 21, 2014 Lindsay Thomas...................April 28, 2014 Lindsay Thomas......................May 5, 2014 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 Raeanne Hanks.......................Apr. 1, 2013 Southern Conference Student-Athlete of the Week Jennifer Moran.......................April 2, 2003 Laura Olenderski............... March 24, 2010 Emily Akiyama......................May 19, 2010

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................................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

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 All-Big South Conference selection and was the Big South tournament MVP in 1994.

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

Laura Olenderski

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

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


ALL-TIME ROSTER UNCG all-time fastpitch roster (1985-present)

IIII Irwin, Leigh................................................... 1998-01

Name.............................................................Years

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

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............................................ 2012-13 Bedwell, Katelyn........................................... 2011-14 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 Dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;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............................................. 2011-13 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 Geiner, Allison................................... 2013-present Golden, Dana......................................................1989 Gomez, Joni.................................................. 2001-04 Gough, Megan..............................................2002-03 Grady, KeKe.................................................. 2000-01 Gray, Becky...................................................1999-00 Greenway, Mary............................................ 2007-08 Grkman, Sidney................................. 2014-present Gyure, Marci.......................................................1994 HHHH Hager, Beth................................................... 1987-88 Hanks, Raeanne............................................ 2010-14 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........................................... 2010-13 Houston, Pam.....................................................1995 Hubbard, Jennifer.........................................2003-04

KKKK Kluttz, Erin....................................................1992-95 Kiser, Hagan...................................... 2014-present LLLL Langley, April................................................. 2010-11 Latham, Cindy.....................................................1985 Leary, Lacey...................................... 2014-present Leete, Lori.....................................................1993-96 Lewis, T.K......................................................2002-03 Linsey, Maura.................................................... 2002 Lloyd, Paige........................................................1985 Long, Lara.....................................................1995-98 Lopez, Emily...................................... 2014-present MMMM Mabry, Nita...................................................1989-92 MacReynolds, Toni........................................ 2011-14 Madruga, Dominique......................... 2012-present Marsh, Jessie................................................1996-99 Massie, Vanessa...........................................2002-04 Mattson, Cory...............................................2009-12 McDonald, Deborah............................................1989 McLamb, Donna...........................................1992-93 Kendall McKinney.............................. 2014-present 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............................................ 2012-13 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............................................... 2010-13 Rogers, Amy.................................................. 1987-88 Ruffin, Kiah................................................... 2012-13 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 Thomas, Lindsay................................ 2013-present Thomas, Nicole.................................. 2013-present Thompkins, Kathleen..........................................1985 Thompson, Karyn..........................................1993-96 Thompson, Penny..........................................2000-03 VVVV Vanderploeg, Jessica....................................2002-03 Vanmeter, Emily..................................................2001 Vega, Danielle................................... 2013-present 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 Wright, Tory....................................... 2014-present ZZZZ Zegler, Jen....................................................1986-89 Current team members in bold

UNCG coaching history Year 1985 1986 1987 Totals

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

Year Overall 1988 22-14 1989 15-16 1990 26-13 1991 14-21 Totals 77-64

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

Mary Jo Campbell (77-64, .546, four seasons) Pct. Conf. Pct. Conf. finish .611 9-4 .692 3rd, Dixie .484 --- --- --- .667 --- --- --- .400 --- --- --- .546 9-4 .692

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

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

Pct. 1.000 ------1.000

Melody Cope (220-129-3, .629, six seasons) Year Overall Pct. Conf. Pct. Conf. finish 1992 31-18-1 .630 --- --- --- 1993 36-14-2 .712 7-0-1 .938 1st, Big South 1994 35-23 .603 10-4 .714 3rd, Big South 1995 49-17 .742 12-2 .857 1st, Big South 1996 29-32 .475 12-4 .750 1st, Big South 1997 40-25 .615 10-4 .714 3rd, Big South Totals 220-129-3 .629 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

Year Overall 1998 32-25 1999 31-33 2000 37-29 Totals 100-87

Katie Flynn (100-87, .535, three seasons) Pct. Conf. Pct. Conf. finish .561 7-5 .583 2nd, Southern .484 7-9 .438 3rd, Southern .561 9-11 .450 3rd, Southern .535 23-25 .479

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

Pct. .333 .000 .500 .333

Year Overall 2001 31-27 2002 35-30-1 Totals 66-57-1

Karen Lee Matteson (66-57-1, .536, two seasons) Pct. Conf. Pct. Conf. finish .534 11-9 .550 4th, Southern .538 8-12 .400 6th, Southern .536 19-21 .475

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

Pct. .333 .333 .333

Year Overall 2003 38-18 2004 30-30 2005* 9-21 Totals 77-69

Stephanie DeFeo (77-69, .527, three seasons) Pct. Conf. Pct. Conf. finish .679 14-6 .700 2nd, Southern .500 8-12 .400 5th, Southern .300 0-3 .000 5th, Southern .527 22-21 .512

Year Overall 2005* 11-19 Totals 11-19

Neil Avent (11-19, .367, one season) Pct. Conf. Pct. Conf. finish Conf. tourney Pct. .367 7-11 .389 5th, Southern 0-2 .000 .367 7-11 .389 0-2 .000

Conf. tourney Pct. 1-2 .333 0-2 .000 1-4

.200

Jennifer Herzig (173-241, .418, seven seasons) Year Overall Pct. Conf. Pct. Conf. finish 2006 20-42 .323 4-17 .190 5th, Southern 2007 29-37 .439 7-14 .333 8th, Southern 2008 23-33 .411 7-11 .389 5th, Southern 2009 26-33 .441 9-12 .429 6th, Southern 2010 27-30 .474 12-11 .522 t4th, Southern 2011 26-32 .448 10-14 .417 6th, Southern 2012 22-34 .393 10-13 .438 4th, Southern Total 173-241 .418 59-92 .391

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

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

Janelle Breneman (69-45, .605, two seasons) Year Overall Pct. Conf. Pct. Conf. finish 2013 38-19 .666 12-10 .545 4th, Southern 2014 31-26 .544 10-11 .476 5th, Southern Totals 69-45 .605 22-21 .489

Conf. tourney 3-1 4-2 7-3

Pct. .750 .667 .700

^ 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.


SOCON OPPONENTS Chattanooga March 21-22 at Frost Stadium Location: Chattanooga, Tenn. Nickname: Mocs Joined SoCon: 1976 Series: 12-51

ETSU April 25-26 at UNCG Softball Stadium Location: Johnson City, Tenn. Nickname: Bucs Joined SoCon: 2014 Series: 12-5

Furman May 2-3 at Pepsi Softball Stadium Location: Greenville, S.C. Nickname: Paladins Joined SoCon: 1936 Series: 33-34

Mercer April 11-12 at Sikes Field Location: Macon, Ga. Nickname: Bears Joined SoCon: 2014 Series: 2-0

Samford March 28-29 at UNCG Softball Stadium Location: Birmingham, Ala. Nickname: Bulldogs Joined SoCon: 2008 Series: 14-8

Western Carolina April 3-4 at UNCG Softball Stadium Location: Cullowhee, N.C. Nickname: Catamounts Joined SoCon: 1976 Series: 17-13

NON-CONFERENCE OPPONENTS

Army Feb. 6 at Charleston, S.C. Feb. 27/28 at Greensboro, N.C.

Location: West Point, N.Y. Nickname: Black Knights Conference: Patriot League Series: 3-0

Bethune-Cookman Feb. 6 at Charleston, S.C. (Charleston Challenge) Location: Daytona, Fla. Nickname: Wildcats Conference: Mid-Eastern Athletic Series: 1-0

UMass Lowell Feb. 7 at Charleston, S.C. (Charleston Challenge) Location: Lowell, Mass. Nickname: Riverhawks Conference: Northeast-10 Series: first meeting

College of Charleston Feb. 7 at Patriots Point (Charleston Challenge) Location: Charleston, S.C. Nickname: Cougars Conference: CAA Series: 26-27

Marshall Feb. 8 at Charleston, S.C. (Charleston Challenge) Location: Huntington, W.Va. Nickname: Thundering Herd Conference: C-USA Series: 8-7

George Washington Feb. 14-15 at UNCG Softball Stadium Location: Washington, D.C. Nickname: Colonials Conference: Atlantic 10 Series: 1-2

North Carolina

Feb. 18 at Chapel Hill, N.C. Location: Chapel Hill, N.C. Nickname: Tar Heels Conference: ACC Series: 8-45

Iona Feb. 20 at UNCG Softball Stadium (UNCG Spartan Classic Tournament) Location: New Rochelle, N.Y. Nickname: Gaels Conference: MAAC Series: 2-0


NON-CONFERENCE OPPONENTS

Towson Feb. 21/22 at UNCG SB Stadium (UNCG Spartan Classic Tournament) Location: Towson, Md. Nickname: Tigers Conference: CAA Series: 8-4

Georgetown Feb. 21/22 at UNCG SB Stadium (UNCG Spartan Classic Tournament) Location: Washington, D.C. Nickname: Hoyas Conference: Big East Series: first meeting

Charlotte Feb. 25 at UNCG Softball Stadium (DH) Location: Charlotte, N.C. Nickname: 49ers Conference: C-USA Series: 31-40

Appalachian State Feb. 28/Mar. 1 at UNCG SB Stadium April 22 at Boone, N.C. (DH) Location: Hampton, Va. Nickname: Pirates Conference: Sun Belt Series: 21-21

Hampton March 1 at UNCG Softball Stadium (Blue/Gold Challenge) Location: Hampton, Va. Nickname: Pirates Conference: MEAC Series: 2-0

NC A&T

March 3 at Aggie SB Complex March 31 at UNCG Softball Stadium Location: Greensboro, N.C. Nickname: Aggies Conference: MEAC Series: 39-2

Howard

March 6 at Riverside, Calif. (UC Riverside Tournament) Location: Washington, D.C. Nickname: Bison Conference: MEAC Series: 1-0

UC Riverside

March 6/8 at Riverside, Calif. (UC Riverside Tournament) Location: Riverside, Calif. Nickname: Highlanders Conference: Big West Series: first meeting

NON-CONFERENCE OPPONENTS

Loyala Marymount

March 7 Riverside, Calif. (DH) (UC Riverside Tournament) Location: Los Angeles, Calif. Nickname: Lions Conference: WCC Series: first meeting

Bryant

March 11 at San Diego, Calif. Location: Smithfield, R.I. Nickname: Bulldogs Conference: Northeast Series: first meeting

Elon March 15 at UNCG Softball Stadium March 25 at Elon, N.C. Location: Elon, N.C. Nickname: Phoenix Conference: CAA Series: 32-32-2

NC State March 18 at UNCG Softball Stadium Location: Raleigh, N.C. Nickname: Wolfpack Conference: ACC Series: 2-11

Gardner-Webb April 15 at Boiling Springs, N.C. (DH) Location: Boiling Springs, N.C. Nickname: Bulldogs Conference: Big South Series: 6-3

Radford April 28 at UNCG Softball Stadium (DH) Location: Charlotte, N.C. Nickname: 49ers Conference: C-USA Series: 28-39


Opponent.........................W-L Adelphi...............................1-0 UAB....................................0-1 Alabama State.................... 1-0 Akron..................................3-6 Appalachian State.......... 21-21 Army...................................3-0 Averett................................8-2 Baldwin-Wallace................. 1-2 Ball State...........................2-1 Barton................................2-0 Belmont..............................2-1 Bennett..............................2-0 Bethune-Cookman.............. 1-0 Binghamton........................1-0 Boston College................... 2-5 Boston University................ 2-1 Bowling Green.................... 1-0 Bucknell.............................3-0 Buffalo...............................1-1 Brown.................................1-0 California (Pa.).................1-2-1 Campbell........................26-18 Canisius.............................3-7 Catawba.............................4-2 Centenary...........................1-0 UCF....................................1-1 Central Michigan................ 0-1 Charleston Southern..... 20-2-1 Charlotte........................31-40 Chattanooga...................12-51 Christopher Newport........... 4-4 Cleveland State.................. 2-3 Coastal Carolina............. 10-11 Colgate...............................2-1 College of Charleston ....26-27 Connecticut........................0-1 Coppin State...................... 2-0 Creighton............................0-1 Dayton................................3-0 Delaware............................4-2 Delaware State................... 3-1 Detroit................................4-3 Detroit Mercy...................... 0-1 Drake.................................0-2 Drexel.................................4-1 East Carolina..................12-28 East Tennessee State........12-5 Eastern Illinois.................... 2-3 Eastern Kentucky................ 6-1 Eastern Mennonite.............. 1-0 Eastern Michigan................ 0-1 Elon............................ 36-32-2 Evansville...........................3-0 Fairfield..............................2-2 Fayetteville State................2-0 Ferrum................................3-2

Series Records Opponent.........................W-L Florida Southern................. 0-2 Florida State....................... 1-2 FGCU..................................0-1 Fordham.............................4-0 Francis Marion.................... 3-0 Furman...........................33-34 Gardner-Webb.................... 6-3 George Mason..................13-2 George Washington............. 1-2 Georgia..............................0-4 Georgia Southern............26-50 Georgia Tech....................... 2-3 Greensboro College............ 7-3 Hampton............................2-0 Hartford..............................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...................................0-1 Iowa State..........................0-2 Jacksonville........................1-3 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............................32-12 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.............................8-7 Maryland............................0-1 Md.-Baltimore County.......13-4 Maryland-Eastern Shore..... 1-0 Maryville.............................1-1 Mercer................................2-0 Mercyhurst.........................2-0

Opponent.........................W-L Meredith.............................3-1 Methodist ..........................4-4 Miami (Ohio)....................... 1-2 Michigan State................... 2-0 MTSU.................................0-1 Minnesota..........................1-9 Monmouth..........................3-0 Morehead State.................. 4-2 Morgan State...................... 2-0 Mount St. Mary’s................ 3-0 New York Tech..................... 2-0 Niagara..............................2-1 Norfolk State......................2-0 North Carolina..................8-45 NC A&T.............................39-2 NC Central..........................5-0 NC State........................... 2-11 NC Wesleyan....................... 8-7 North Florida...................... 1-0 Oakland..............................3-0 Ohio...................................6-4 Ohio State..........................0-1 Penn State..........................1-3 Pfieffer...............................2-0 Pittsburgh...........................0-1 Presbyterian....................... 1-0 Princeton............................1-0 Providence..........................5-0 Purdue................................1-1 Quinnipiac..........................2-0 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........................... 14-8 San Jose State.................... 0-1 Santa Clara........................ 1-2 Shippensburg..................... 1-1 Southeast Missouri St......... 2-2 South Carolina.................... 1-7 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...............................8-4 UCLA..................................0-1 UNC Wilmington......... 36-15-1 USC Upstate....................... 1-7 Utah...................................0-1 UT Martin............................0-1 Valparaiso..........................5-0 Villanova.............................1-0 Virginia.............................4-19 Virginia Tech.....................6-23 Virginia Wesleyan................ 3-7 Western Carolina............ 17-13 Western Kentucky............... 0-1 Winthrop......................... 16-10 Wisconsin...........................0-1 Wisconsin-Green Bay.......... 0-1 Wright State........................0-2 Youngstown State............... 1-1


The Spartan Club The mission of the Spartan Club is to secure the financial support that provides our student-athletes with the opportunities to achieve athletic and academic excellence. MONTHLY DRAFT OF CREDIT CARD The Spartan Club can draft your credit card account on a monthly basis. Drafts may be authorized on the pledge form. MATCHING GIFTS Many companies have a matching gifts program that doubles the value of your gift. Consult your employer for information concerning a matching gift for higher education in support of scholarships for student-athletes. Be sure to enclose your matching gift form with your gift. ENDOWMENTS Athletic endowments provide a perpetual source of funding for our student-athlete scholarships and can also support team operational budgets. These gifts ensure financial support in perpetuity. It allows your generosity and your named legacy to live on as a permanent part of UNCG Athletics. BEQUESTS, STOCKS & SPECIAL GIFTS When you name the UNCG Spartan Club as a beneficiary in your will or establish a life-income trust, you help to ensure the lasting strength and vitality of the athletic program at UNCG. Bequests, trusts and gifts of appreciated securities, insurance policies and real estate may offer you excellent tax advantages as well. We welcome an opportunity to discuss these giving options with you.

Endowed Athletic Scholarships A name endowment to support athletic scholarships may be created with a commitment of $50,000 or more. The endowment generates income that is awarded to a student-athlete on an annual baisis. Lynne C. Agee James H. Allen Alma W. Barrier Smith Barrier William S. Barrier Richard A. and Sharon M. Beavers Irwin Belk Aaron Bobb Nelson E. Bobb Richard Brenner Jim and Lynn Burgio Michael and Nancy Burke Marge Burns Bush Family Bobbi Carson Celebration of Women in Sport Mildred Curlee Cooper Caroline McHardy Elliot Michael B. Fleming Robert A. and Mary C. Fleming Stanley and Dorothy Frank Athena and Gus Gallins J. Douglas Galyon Ellen Griffin

Lester Earl Gross, III Doug Hamilton Charles A. Hayes George G. Hoyle and Kathleen A. Kelly Becky Jackson Nathan W. and Robyn E. Jameson David Bates Knight C. Thomas Martin Karl Mayer Jim Melvin Charles C. Moyer Victor M. Nussbaum, Jr. Michael H. Parker Frederick S. and Madelyn S. Phillips Nancy Ann Porter Charles M. Reid Malinda B. and David L. Richbourg Safrit-Ennis Rayna Matea Taylor Edward and Carolyn Uprichard Vann, Frances and Linda L. Warren H. Michael Weaver

Annual Scholarships An annual scholarship may be created with a commitment of $10,000 or more over a four-year period Bill and Laura Barrier Richard and Shari Beavers Chris and Laura Bott Linda Brady and Steve Heyer David and Martha Brown Marc and Janis Bush Mike and Cherry Callahan Randy and Amanda Clarida Craig and Carmela Cook Larry and Judy Garner Graphic Visual Solutions, Inc. Hawthorne Residential Partners Brad and Kim Hayes Scott and Jennifer Henegar Ray and Mary Lou Holoman Joe and Cindy Hughes Becky Jackson Kurt and Joy Kronenfeld Pete and Kathy LaMuraglia LindBrook Development

Charles Byrnes and Bud Matthews Mike and Jill Murray Dale and Barbara Phipps Piedmont Orthopedic Association Mark and Lisa Reynolds David and Jami Schuck David and Pam Sprinkle Mike and Jeanne Twilley Steve and Debbie Vetter Well Spring Retirement Community Jim and Brenda Wilson Art and Mary Winstead David and Cheryl Wyrick


Softball Enrichment Fund You can now make a gift to the UNCG Softball program through an enrichment fund for their sport. Each donation will see 80% go directly to the Softball program to help fund the teamâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s highest priorities and 20% goes into the athletic scholarship fund, which supports all athletic scholarships, including Softball, so 100% of your gift is going to help the Softball program. If you are interested in making a gift to the Softball enrichment fund, contact the Spartan Club office at 336-334-5156.

Spartan Club Staff Craig Fink, Associate AD for Advancement Mike Roach, Director of the Spartan Club Whitney Honeycutt, Assistant Director of the Spartan Club Susan McDonald, Athletic Development Assistant Shannon Hall, Spartan Club Intern

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

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


Student-athletes at UNCG have enjoyed a tremendous amount of success over the years. Although the athletic department celebrated its 48th season in 2013-14, 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

Men’s Soccer 2006 Men’s Soccer 2008 Wrestling 2010 Men’s Tennis Men’s Soccer Women’s Soccer

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

Conference Regular Season Titles (84 overall; 50 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 Women’s Basketball 1993 Men’s Soccer 1993 Women’s Soccer 1993 Women’s Basketball 1994 Baseball 1994 ** Men’s Soccer 1994 Women’s Soccer 1994 Men’s Basketball 1995

Women’s Basketball Men’s Basketball Women’s Soccer Women’s Soccer Men’s Soccer Women’s Soccer

1998 2001 2001 2003 2005 2006 **

2010 2010 2010

Women’s Basketball Softball Men’s Soccer Women’s Soccer Volleyball Men’s Basketball Women’s Basketball Softball Men’s Soccer Women’s Soccer Softball Baseball Women’s Basketball Women’s Soccer Men’s Soccer Women’s Basketball Baseball Women’s Soccer Men’s Soccer Women’s Basketball Women’s Soccer Men’s Tennis Women’s Soccer Women’s Basketball Men’s Basketball Men’s Soccer Women’s Soccer Men’s Soccer Women’s Soccer Men’s Soccer Women’s Soccer Women’s Soccer Women’s Soccer Men’s Soccer Women’s Soccer Men’s Soccer Men’s Cross Country Women’s CC Men’s Basketball Women’s Tennis Women’s Soccer

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

** denotes officially recognized conference champion ^ SoCon North Division title


UNCG ATHLETICS HALL OF FAME 2014 Hall of fame Class

1985 Men’s Soccer Team

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.

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.

1986 Men’s Soccer Team

1987 Men’s Soccer Team

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.

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 1983 Men’s Soccer Team (Inducted 2009) Brought home the school’s second consecutive national title with a dominant season. Went 231-1 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.

1995-96 Men’s Basketball Team (Inducted 2012) The 1995-96 men’s basketball team was the first men’s basketball team to reach the NCAA Division I Tournament after posting a 20-10 overall record and an 11-3 mark in Big South Conference play ... The Spartans, under the direction of head coach Randy Peele, won the Big South Tournament title in just their second appearance all-time, posting victories over Coastal Carolina (78-67), Charleston Southern (69-60) and Liberty (69-53) ... UNCG advanced to the NCAA Tournament at the Southeast Region in Orlando, Fla., falling to No. 7 Cincinnati, 66-61.

(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. 1987-88 Women’s Basketball Team (Inducted 2013) The 1987-88 women’s basketball team becomes the eighth team inducted into the UNCG Hall of Fame ... The squad posted a 26-7 overall record and a 13-1 mark in conference play before advancing all the way to the NCAA Division III National Semifinals ... The Spartans’ 26 wins are second most in program history, while their 13 conference wins are the most in program history ... The Spartans owned one of the most prolific scoring teams in program history in 1987-88 as they broke the 100-point barrier seven times that season ... Additionally, that team still holds five of the top eight single-game scoring outputs in program history, including a program-record 139 points against Averett College. ... In fact, the victory over Averett was the largest in program history as UNCG won by 100 points (139-39).


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

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.

Belmar Gunderson - Amateur Athlete (Inducted 2000) Participated from 195256 at Women’s College … competed in four Wimbledons and 11 United States Lawn Tennis National Championships (now U.S. Open).

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.

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.

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

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.

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

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Rita Wiggs - Women’s Basketball (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.

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.


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.

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

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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

Mike Sweeney - Men’s Soccer (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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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

Donna Friesen Wigton - Volleyball (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.

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).

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.


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.

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 All-Star accolades three times … six-time participant in National Field Hockey Festivals, including three while at UNCG.

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.

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.

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.

Karyn Thompson Voelz - Softball (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.

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.

Jim Swiggett - Coach, Administrator (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.

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.

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.

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

Joseph Caldeira - Men’s Golf (Inducted 2009) A second-team AllAmerican 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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Joe Stanton - Wrestling (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.

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.


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.

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 school-record 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.

Melinda Goodson - Women’s Basketball (Inducted 2011) One of just two women’s basketball players to have her number retired, Goodson (1997-2000) finished her career as the school’s No. 2 all-time leading scorer with 1,464 points – tops in UNCG’s Division I era ... Led the Spartans to their first NCAA Division I tournament appearance in 1998 as UNCG posted a 21-8 overall record.

Dominic Pattie - Baseball (Inducted 2012) Four-year letterwinner for the Spartans, playing second base and helping UNCG post a 148-78 record ... Holds the career records for hits (299), runs (218), at-bats (867) and stolen bases (115), while ranking third all-time in total bases (400) ... Third Team All-America honoree in 1997 when he helped the Spartans post a program-record 45 victories.

Melody Cope - Softball Head Coach (Inducted 2013) Melody Cope was the Spartans’ softball head coach for six seasons from 1992-1997 and led UNCG to a 220-129-3 record (.629) during her tenure ... She is the all-time leader in wins in UNCG softball history and helped the Spartans to four conference tournament championships along with four appearances in the NCAA Tournament.

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.

Eric Cuthrell - Men’s Basketball (Inducted 2011) Two-time First-Team AllBig South selection and a key member of UNCG’s first Division I NCAA Tournament squad ... Scored 983 points, grabbed 859 rebounds and blocked a then-UNCG career record 183 shots ... Led the Spartans to a Big South Conference Tournament championship and subsequent NCAA Tournament berth in 1996.

Doug Hamilton - Men’s Soccer (Inducted 2011) Four-year letter winner (1981-83, 1985) at UNCG and was a key member of three NCAA Division III national championship squads (1982-83, 1985) ... A co-captain in 1985, Hamilton was a first-team all-South Region and all-Dixie Conference selection in 1985. UNCG was 78-11-2 (.868) during his four seasons.

Jack Poland - Women’s Soccer Coach (Inducted 2012) Spent 13 seasons at the helm of the Spartans, guiding UNCG from its inaugural season in 1988 through the transition to NCAA Division I ... Led his teams to a 163-92-8 record (.620) during his career and seven regular season titles in the Big South and Southern Conferences (1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998 & 2000).

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.

Tere Dail - Volleyball Coach (Inducted 2011) Served as UNCG’s women’s volleyball head coach from 1979-1999, amassing a career record of 490-259 (.654), leading the Spartans to four NCAA Tournaments and 14 seasons of 20 or more victories ...Dail’s victory total represents a UNCG record, 384 more than second place. Her 1984 & 1989 teams set the school record for wins in a season with 34.

Jason Parsons - Baseball (Inducted 2012) Four-year letterwinner for the Spartan baseball program as a righthanded pitcher, helping UNCG post a 148-78 record during his career ... Spartans’ all-time leader in wins (34) and saves (19), while placing second in appearances (118), third in innings pitched (324.2) and fourth in career ERA (3.31) ... Owns a 34-8 career record.

David Whiteside - Men’s Basketball (Inducted 2012) Two-year letterwinner for the Spartans as a post player, helping UNCG to a 33-20 overall record and a 22-6 mark in the Dixie Intercollegiate Athletic Conference ... Averaged 16.4 points per game and 5.2 rebounds per contest in 51 outings while connecting on 64.0 percent (319-of-560) from the field and 86.2 percent (200-of-232) from the free throw line in his career.

Alejandro Moreno - Men’s Soccer (Inducted 2013) Alejandro Moreno was a four-year letterwinner and starter for the men’s soccer program from 1998-2001 helping the Spartans record a 57-27-3 record (.672) during his career ... He was a fourtime First Team All-Region selection and a four-time All-Conference recipient.

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


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