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Fighting Sioux 2011 north dakota Softball

QUICK FACTS General School...........................................................................................University of North Dakota Location.............................................................................................. Grand Forks, ND 58201 Founded................................................................................................................................. 1883 Enrollment..........................................................................................................................14,095 Nickname............................................................................................................ Fighting Sioux School Colors...........................................................................................Kelly Green & White Home Field............................................................................. Betty Engelstad Sioux Center Capacity................................................................................................................................. 2,000 National Affiliation.................................................................. NCAA DI (Transition Year 3) Conference................................................................................................................ Great West President..........................................................................................................Dr. Robert Kelley Director of Athletics..............................................................................................Brian Faison Senior Women’s Administrator......................................................................... Daniella Irle Faculty Athletic Representative............................................................................. Sue Jeno Athletic Dept. Phone...................................................................................... (701) 777-2234 Ticket Office Phone......................................................................................... (701) 777-0855

Table of Contents Table of Contents and Quick Facts................................................................1

University Information University pages........................................................................................... 2-21 STAFF

Head Coach Sami Strinz................................................................................. 22 Associate Head Coach Randy Ward........................................................... 23 Assistant Coach Jennifer Glueckert............................................................ 23

2011 SEASON PREVIEW Roster.................................................................................................................... 24 Season Outlook...........................................................................................26-27

PLAYERS Roth....................................................................................................................... 28 O’Neal................................................................................................................... 29 Younan.................................................................................................................. 30 History Baker...................................................................................................................... 31 First Year of Baseball........................................................................................................... 1977 Bennett................................................................................................................. 32 All-time Record...............................................................................................459-763-2 (.376) Frank...................................................................................................................... 33 First Year of Division I Baseball........................................................................................ 2009 Gronseth.............................................................................................................. 34 No. of years in NCAA tournament.........................................................................................0 Olsen..................................................................................................................... 35 Last appearance.......................................................................................................................n/a Olson..................................................................................................................... 36 Last postseason opponent..............................................South Dakota (May 17, 2010) Schoeny................................................................................................................ 37 Result.......................................................................................... W, 1-0, GWC Championship Sippola.................................................................................................................. 38 St. Marie............................................................................................................... 39 COACHING STAFF Tometich.............................................................................................................. 40 Head Coach. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sami Strinz (4th season) Chewning/Goerke/Gonzales/Jantzer........................................................ 41 Alma Mater, Year. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Loyola Marymount, ‘04 Johnson/McCall/Tacdol/Twist...................................................................... 42 Record at UND. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44-102 (.431), 3 seasons Wright/Ybarra.................................................................................................... 43 Strinz’s Office Phone. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (701) 777-4952 Associate Head Coach. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Randy Ward (4th season) OPPONENTS Alma Mater. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Northern Iowa, ‘05 Great West Conference................................................................................... 44 Ward’s Office Phone. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (701) 777-4952 2011 Opponents.........................................................................................45-51 Assistant Coach. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jennifer Glueckert (1st season) Alma Mater. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Indiana, ‘10 2010 SEASON IN REVIEW Glueckert’s Office Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (701) 777-2352 2010 Season Recap....................................................................................50-51 Athletic Trainer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Liz Strowski (1st season) 2010 Results........................................................................................................ 52 Strength & Conditioning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Zac Cahill (1st season) 2010 Statisticis................................................................................................... 53 Equipment Manager. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Travis Kahlbaugh (8th season) HISTORY TEAM INFORMATION UND Softball History....................................................................................... 54 2010 Overall Record. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16-35 (.314) Awards and Honors......................................................................................... 55 2010 Home Record. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-2 (.667) Team Season Records..................................................................................... 56 2010 Away Record. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-20 (.091) Individual Records......................................................................................57-60 2010 Neutral Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-13 (.435) Vs. Opponents.................................................................................................... 61 Position Starters Returning/Lost. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6/3 Year-by-Year Results...................................................................................62-69 Pitchers Returning/Lost. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3/0 All-time Roster................................................................................................... 70 Letterwinners Returning/Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13/3 MEDIA RELATIONS Softball Contact/Assistant Director............................................................Derek Koenen Koenen’s Office Phone................................................................................... (701) 777-6743 Koenen’s Cell Phone....................................................................................... (507) 828-3021 Koenen’s Email.............................................................. derek.koenen@athletics.und.edu Media Relations Fax........................................................................................ (701) 777-4352 Athletic Dept. Website................................................................www.FightingSioux.com AMR Mailing Address......................................................Athletic Media Relations Office University of North Dakota Hyslop Sports Center Room 126 2751 2nd Avenue North, Stop 9013 Grand Forks, ND 58202-9013

Credits The 2011 University of North Dakota softball media guide is a production of the Fighting Sioux media relations office. The book was written and edited by assistant athletics media relations director Derek Koenen. Editorial assistance was provided by media relations director Jayson Hajdu, new media editor Matt Schill and the Fighting Sioux softball Staff. PHOTOS Cover photos and action photos by Kory Wallen. Cover design by Fine Print Inc. of Grand Forks, N.D.

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Located in Grand Forks in the heart of the Red River Valley, the University of North Dakota is the largest and most diversified institution of higher learning in a threestate region. One of only 47 public institutions with both a law school and a medical school, UND consistently ranks by most measures as one of the top 150 universities in the United States. Its nearly 13,000 students – including about 2,500 graduate students – come from every state in the union and more than 50 countries. Spreading out from the banks of the scenic English Coulee, the 549-acre University of North Dakota campus has been nationally recognized for its landscaping and beauty. The 223 buildings demonstrate both a classic university-setting architecture blended with more modern-looking facilities in the

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13,172 total enrollment (fall 2009)

10,440 undergraduate students

2,732 graduate and professional (law and medicine) students

52% men, 48% women

2.7% American Indian, 1.5% AfricanAmerican, 1.2% Latino-American, and 1.5% Asian-American students

50 states and more than 50 countries are represented in the student body

2,765 live in UND’s 14 residence halls

303 tenured and 161 tenure-track faculty, of whom 93 percent hold the highest degrees in their fields

937 professional and scientific staff

1151 general staff

113,615 degrees granted since 1889

96,808 living alumni

6,401 students enrolled in distance education courses and 22,430 persons took part in credit and non-credit activities through the Division of Continuing Education in 2008

Quick Facts: Center for Aerospace complex. UND’s newest additions are its $20 million Wellness Center, a $20 million state-of-the-art residence hall and a $20 million parking ramp. With more than 193 fields of study and 2,938 courses, including an internationally recognized aviation and aerospace program, UND has a vast array of educational choices. The University is characterized by a solid foundation of the liberal arts surrounded by a constellation of professional programs, a manageable size, high-quality students and faculty, a varied curriculum, nine colleges and schools, a widely recognized program of graduate education and research, rich cultural resources, and an outstanding record of alumni support. UND was named 14th in “The Top 25 Most Highly Entrepreneurial Undergraduate Universities” in the country by Forbes.com and The Princeton Review. Forbes.com also ranked UND in the top 20 “most wired campuses” for integrating technology into teaching, research and campus life. UND was named one of the top 70 colleges and universities by the Washington Monthly (2006). Its economic impact on the state of North Dakota and region is nearly $1 billion.

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Founded in 1883, six years before North Dakota became a state

There are 15 residence halls, 800 student apartment units, 19 fraternities and sororities

UND has over 200 student organizations

The Dakota Student, the official publication of UND, was first published in 1888

UND offers 83 graduate programs, including professional programs in law (J.D.) and medicine (M.D.), and undergraduate degrees in 87 fields of study in nine degree-granting colleges: • • • • • • • • •

College of Arts & Sciences College of Business and Public Administration College of Education and Human Development Graduate School The John D. Odegard School of Aerospace Sciences College of Nursing School Engineering and Mines School of Law School of Medicine and Health Sciences


Fighting Sioux 2011 north dakota Softball Notable Alumni

Tom Amberry, ‘46 World record holder with 2,750 consecutive free throws Maxie Anderson, ‘56 First to cross Atlantic Ocean, North America in balloon James Maxwell Anderson, ‘11 Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright

Chuck Klosterman (‘94), best-selling author of such books as Fargo Rock City and Downtown Owl, is one of America’s foremost authorities on pop culture.

Rick Kelleher, ‘69 Known as Don Bleu, host of The Gong Show Cora Smith King, 1889 One of first graduates; first woman to pass N.D. state medical examination and perform surgery

Ed Belfour, ‘87 Third-winningest goalie in NHL history

Chuck Klosterman, ‘94 Best-selling author

Carla Christofferson, ‘89 Co-owner of WNBA’s Los Angeles Sparks

Karen Nyberg, ‘94 NASA astronaut

Ronald Davies, ‘27, ‘61 U.S. District Judge, ordered 1957 integration of Little Rock (Ark.) high schools

Fritz Pollard, Jr., ‘39 Olympic medalist, 110 hurdles

Carl Ben Eielson, ‘21 Aviator, explorer, first to cross Arctic Ocean and Antarctica by plane Ralph Engelstad, ‘54 Las Vegas entrepreneur, casino owner

Carla Christofferson (‘89) is the co-owner of the WNBA’s Los Angeles Sparks.

Chuck Johnson, ‘48 Sports writer and author, member of the Wisconsin Sports Hall of Fame

Sam Anderson, ‘69, ‘71 Actor, notably in Lost, Forrest Gump, Friends, ER

Byron Dorgan, ‘64 Current U.S. Senator for North Dakota

Former NBA basketball player and current Los Angeles Lakers head coachPhil Jackson (‘67), pictured during his August 2008 return to UND to receive an honorary Doctor of Letters degree.

Phil Jackson, ‘67 NBA player and coach, Los Angeles Lakers

Dick Fontaine, ‘65 Executive Chairman, GameStop Terry Ingstad, ‘67 Known as Shadoe Stevens, replaced Casey Kasem as host of “American’s Top 40”, announcer for Hollywood Squares, Late Night with Craig Ferguson

Sally (Wold) Smith, ‘80 President and CEO of Buffalo Wild Wings Grill and Bar Dave St. Peter, ‘89 President of MLB’s Minnesota Twins Edward K. Thompson, ‘27, ‘58 Writer, editor of Life Magazine, publisher of SMITHSONIAN Magazine Era Bell Thompson, ‘29, ‘69 Author, editor and journalist for Ebony Magazine Jonathan Toews, ‘07 Captain of NHL’s Chicago Blackhawks, 2010 Stanley Cup Champion and Olympic gold medalist

Karen Nyberg (‘94), a NASA astronaut, proudly displays the University of North Dakota flag while training in outer space.

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Grand Forks, N.D., is a classic university town. Located in the heart of the Red River Valley on Interstate 29, the largely residential town offers a community environment with all the amenities of a large urban area and the safety and convenience of a small community, and is within driving distance of great amenities in the region. Grand Forks has outdoor activities for every season: • 900 acres of park land with trails, sports fields and courts, lakes, playground equipment. • The Greenway - 2,200 acres along the Red River • Twenty miles from Turtle River State Park. • Five golf courses including King’s Walk, the only PGA-rated golf course in North Dakota. • One-of-a-kind Japanese Garden at Sertoma Park. Greater Grand Forks is an impressively cosmopolitan city, boasting a regional population of roughly 75,000 residents and spanning two states. Because of its diversity, there’s always live theatre, musical performances, art shows or a concert from rock to the Grand Forks Symphony somewhere in Grand Forks: • Alerus Center • Empire Arts Center • Ralph Engelstad Arena complex • Fire Hall Theatre • The North Dakota Museum of Art • Chester Fritz Auditorium • Grand Cities Art Fest • First Night Celebration Wherever one lives in Grand Forks, great shops and restaurants are always within a short distance. Additional commercial growth has sprouted at the southwest end of the city, anchored by the Columbia Mall and Market Place. However, the heart of the Grand Cities is downtown, which spans the Red River. Downtown features a large variety of options and events, from a Farmer’s Market at the Town Square to fine dining.

Photos courtesy of the Greater Grand Forks Convention & Visitors Bureau

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ALERUS CENTER

North Dakota plays its football home games at the Alerus Center (above and right), a 12,283-seat stadium located just minutes from the UND campus in Grand Forks. A frenzied crowd of 12,431 packed the 2009 home opener against South Dakota, the largest seasonopening crowd in Alerus Center history.

BETTY ENGELSTAD SIOUX CENTER

The Betty Engelstad Sioux Center (left and below) opened in August 2004 and is home to the UND volleyball and basketball teams, while also housing the Fighting Sioux women’s soccer locker room and offices. One of the premiere arenas of its kind in the country, the Sioux Center has a capacity of approximately 3,300. There are 2,600 seats with molded chair backs, 700 telescopic bleacher seats and additional seating in the VIP area.

APOLLO SPORTS COMPLEX

The North Dakota softball team plays its home games at the Apollo Softball Complex (left), located minutes from campus.

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HYSLOP SPORTS CENTER

Over the many years, the Hyslop Sports Center (above and right) has served a number of different functions. Today it houses the athletic administration offices, the athletic academic study center, the swimming and diving pool, weight room, coaching offices and locker room facilities.

Ray Richards Golf Course

Ray Richards Golf Course (left) is home to the cross country teams’ annual home event, the Ron Pynn Invitational. The course is set up as a 5K for women and 8K for men, providing a challenging route well-known in the Upper Midwest.

BRONSON FIELD

Bronson Field (above) has been the home of North Dakota women’s soccer since the team’s inception in 1999. The natural grass field is located on campus, west of the UND bookstore and part of the Ralph Engelstad Arena sports complex. A second practice field is located just east of the Ralph Engelstad Arena.

CENTER COURT FITNESS CLUB

Center Court Fitness Club (above), which is owned and operated by the Grand Forks Park District, is the home of the UND women’s tennis team. The facility has five indoor regulation tennis courts.

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KING’S WALK GOLF COURSE

King’s Walk Golf Course (left) is the home to the University of North Dakota men’s and women’s golf teams. The Arnold Palmer-designed course recreates the atmosphere found on the great links courses of Scotland and Ireland.


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Ralph Engelstad Arena

The most visited tourist destination in North Dakota, the new Ralph Engelstad Arena (above and right) has become widely regarded as the finest hockey facility in the world. The premiere home to college hockey, the Engelstad Arena has just about everything. As soon as fans enter the doors, they know they are in the Fighting Sioux hockey arena. Seven NCAA and 14 WCHA championship banners hang proudly from the rafters.

Memorial Stadium

Memorial Stadium (left) is the most historic building among the University of North Dakota athletic facilities. It boasts a rich and colorful history that continues today, serving as the practice home and offices for North Dakota football.

KRAFT FIELD

The North Dakota baseball team plays its home games at Kraft Field, a facility owned and operated by the Grand Forks Park District that includes bleacher seating for 2,000 in a picturesque setting with evergreens lining the outfield fences. The facility recently received a new artificial infield that will be ready for the 2011 season.

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UND’s Academic Awards Night in February honored 257 student-athletes who achieved either a 3.0 GPA during the fall semester or a cumulative 3.0 through the Fall 2009 semester. More than 60 percent of UND’s student-athletes achieved this high honor.

Notable academic achievements in 2009-10 • A school-record 111 studentathletes earned academic allconference honors from the Great West Conference and Western Collegiate Hockey Association. • Four student-athletes received ESPN The Magazine Academic AllAmerica honors. • Nine student-athletes received ESPN The Magazine Academic AllDistrict honors.

The George and Arlene Schubert Athletics Academic Center provides a comfortable and centrallylocated site to aid in the promotion of academics for all student-athletes.

UND athletics prides itself on the academic excellence of its student-athletes, whose athletic achievements are matched by academic distinction on a yearly basis. The George and Arlene Schubert Athletics Academic Center, which opened in April 2008, serves as a study center for student-athletes and is conveniently located in the Hyslop Sports Center. Academic services director Amanda Neubauer oversees the study center, which features 12 state-of-the-art, desktop computers and provides an excellent location for student-athletes to utilize between classes for valuable daytime study. The academic center is also available on demand to studentathletes for evening study table. Amanda Neubauer

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UND’s student-athletes also have access to a variety of laptop computers for use on road trips, further emphasizing a department-wide commitment to academics.

• Seniors Kristi Dahlheimer (track and field/cross country) and Andrew Miller (football) each earned NCAA Postgraduate Scholarships. • Casie Hanson (softball) and Brandon Hellevang (football) were named the GWC Female and Male Scholar-Athletes of the Year. • Eight student-athletes were named to the 2009 National Football Foundation & College Hall of Fame (NFF) Hampshire Honor Society. • The women’s basketball team finished with the 10th-highest grade point average (GPA) on the 200910 Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) NCAA Division I Academic Top 25 Team Honor Roll. • UND’s student-athletes combined for a 3.161 grade point average during the 2009-10 academic year, with 13 teams surpassing a 3.0.


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All-Time Academic All-Americans

A longtime hallmark of Fighting Sioux athletics has been academic excellence. During the first two years of Division I transition, UND’s studentathletes have earned 10 academic All-America honors and four NCAA Postgraduate Scholarships. UND established its academic reputation with 65 all-time Academic All-Americans at the Division II level, fourth-most alltime among DII schools. Rory Manke, pictured with UND President Dr. Robert Kelley (left) and athletics director Brian Faison, was a two-time Academic All-American and an NCAA postgraduate scholarship recipient.

Volleyball 1991 Karla Danielson 2002 Kate Cahill

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Football 1975 Fred Slone 1977 Fred Slone 1984 Glen Kucera 1987 Kurt Otto 1988 Chuck Clairmont Rusty Ekness Matt Gulseth 1992 Mark Ewen Tim Gelinske 1996 Tim Tibesar 1998 Marcus McKenzie 1999 Brant Grimes 2001 Mac Schneider 2002 Mac Schneider 2003 Jesse Ahlers 2005 Jeff Glas Digger Anderson Danny Gagner 2006 Weston Dressler Michael Greenwood 2007 Mitch Braegelmann Weston Dressler Rory Manke 2008 Mitch Braegelmann Rory Manke Andrew Miller Brady Trenbeath 2009 Brandon Hellevang Nick Nolte

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Baseball 1978 Lowell Schweigert

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Golf 2009 Amanda Kaler

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Softball 2002 Holly Bonk 2007 Casie Hanson 2008 Casie Hanson 2010 Casie Hanson

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Women’s Basketball 1985 Lori Carriere 1992 Jenny Walter 1994 Tracey Pudenz 1999 Jaime Pudenz 2000 Jaime Pudenz 2003 Jenny Boll Becky Moen

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Women’s Tennis 2006 Erin Sullivan

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Women’s Swimming & Diving 1984 Kim Edwards 1985 Kim Edwards 1990 Janine Etchepare 1991 Janine Etchepare 2001 Katie Bjerke 2002 Katie Bjerke 2006 Lauren Mickelson

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Men’s Swimming & Diving 1993 Carlo Waldfried 1999 Ryan Requist 2000 Ryan Requist 2001 Ryan Requist 2002 Sebastian Andersson 2004 Sebastian Andersson

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Women’s Track & Field 1984 Kari McIntire 1985 Kari McIntire 1992 Steph Bruening 1993 Steph Bruening 1994 Steph Bruening 2010 Kristi Dahlheimer

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Men’s Track & Field 1989 Steve Burian 1990 Steve Burian 1999 Marc Sondreal 2002 Mike Backes Men’s Hockey 2000 Karl Goehring 2001 Karl Goehring 2009 Chay Genoway Men’s Wrestling 1990 Kris Presler 1991 Kris Presler Men’s Basketball 1977 Fred Lukens

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All-Time Postgraduate Scholarship Recipients 1979 1980 1981 1982 1984 1988 1991 1992 1996 1998 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2007 2008 2009 2009 2010 2010

Dale Lian Todd Thomas Doug Moen Paul Franzmeier Alison Myhra Glen Kucera Kurt Otto Matt Gulseth Kris Presler Steve Burian Tim Gelinske Jenny Walter Tim Tibesar Tom Langer Tiffany Pudenz Stacy Brown Jaime Pudenz Missy Berg Karl Goehring Becky Leppard Ryan Requist Mike Backes Katie Bjerke Kate Cahill Kelby Klosterman Becky Moen Jessica Schill Michael Greenwood Heidi Evans Rory Manke Amanda Kaler Andrew Miller Kristi Dahlheimer

Football Football Football Football Tennis Football Football Football Wrestling Track & Field Football Basketball Football Football Basketball Swimming Basketball Track & Field Hockey Track & Field Swimming Track & Field Swimming Volleyball Football Basketball Track & Field Football Track & Field/Cross Country Football Golf Football Track & Field/Cross Country

North Central Conference Stan Marshall Award Winners (the top student-athlete in the conference)

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Men’s 1991 1993 1996 2003 2004

Kris Presler Tim Gelinske Tim Tibesar Kelby Klosterman Sebastian Andersson

Women’s 1985 Kim Edwards 1986 Janine Owens

Wrestling Football Football Football Swimming Swimming Swimming

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Individual National Champions

1969 Arjan Gelling Track & Field (Six Mile) 1984 Kim Edwards Swimming (50 Free) 1985 Dave Levos Track & Field (Shot Put) Mary Beth Dunlevy Swimming (100 Fly, 200 Freestyle Relay) Kim Edwards Swimming (200 Freestyle Relay) Janine Owens Swimming (200 Freestyle Relay) Peggy Schmidt Swimming (200 Freestyle Relay) 1986 Dave Levos Track & Field (Discus) 1987 Norm McGee Track & Field (100M, 55M) 1988 Norm McGee Track & Field (100M, 55M) 1989 Norm McGee Track & Field (100M) 1989 Janine Etchepare Swimming (200 Medley Relay) Kristin McClocklin Swimming (200 Medley Relay) Michelle Puetz Swimming (200 Medley Relay) Jodie Schwartz Swimming (200 Medley Relay) 1990 Janine Etchepare Swimming (50 Freestyle) 1990 Marion Warner Swimming (110 Breaststroke, 100 Butterfly, 200 Medley Relay) Janine Etchepare Swimming (200 Medley Relay) Michelle Puetz Swimming (200 Medley Relay) Jodie Schwartz Swimming (200 Medley Relay) 1991 Shelly Ebbighausen Swimming (200 Medley Relay ) Janine Etchepare Swimming (200 Medley Relay) Jodie Schwartz Swimming (200 Medley Relay) Marion Warner Swimming (200 Medley Relay) 1992 Shelly Ebbighausen Swimming (100 Butterfly) 1993 Shelly Ebbighausen Swimming (100 Butterfly) 1993 Tisha Yantzer Swimming (200 Breaststroke) 1994 Marie Crep Track & Field (800 Meter) Andrea Rudser Swimming (100 Butterfly, 200 Butterfly) 1997 Tania Younkin Swimming (100 Butterfly) 1998 Tara Bruels Swimming (200 Medley Relay) Sarah Doeden Swimming (200 Medley Relay) Katherine Poole Swimming (200 Medley Relay) Tania Younkin Swimming (200 Medley Relay) 1999 Sarah Doeden Swimming (200 Medley Relay) Rebecca Fischer Swimming (400 Individual Medley) Brook McKee Swimming (200 & 400 Medley Relay) Beth Morris Swimming (100 Breaststroke, 200 & 400 Medley Relay) Holly Skarsgard Swimming (200 & 400 Medley Relay) Trish Stoutenberg Swimming (400 Medley Relay) 2000 Marie Burdkhard Swimming (200 Medley Relay) Barb Colbert Swimming (200 & 400 Medley Relay) Brook Mckee Swimming (200 & 400 Medley Relay) Beth Morris Swimming (200 & 400 Medley Relay) Trish Stoutenberg Swimming (400 Medley Relay ) 2001 Sebastian Andersson Swimming (200 Medley Relay) Mats Liden Swimming (200 Medley Relay) Jacob Mills Swimming (200 Medley Relay) Vesa Nurmiviita Swimming (200 Medley Relay)

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1980

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1982

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1987

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1997

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2002 Fernando Alves Swimming (400 Medley Relay) Sebastian Andersson Swimming (400 Medley Relay) Janice Berry Swimming (400 Indi. Medley, 200 Breaststroke) Andrew Burckhard Swimming (200 Medley Relay) Rodrigo Cintra Swimming (1650 Freestyle) Mats Liden Swimming (200 & 400 Medley Relay) Jacob Mills Swimming (200 & 400 Medley Relay) Beth Morris Swimming (100 Breaststroke) Vesa Nurmiviita Swimming (200 Medley Relay) 2003 Fernando Alves Swimming (400 Medley Relay) Erin Borgschatz Diving (1 Meter) Andrew Burckhard Swimming (400 Medley Relay) Jacob Mills Swimming (400 Medley Relay) Jeffrey Schnieder Swimming (400 Medley Relay) 2004 Fernando Alves Swimming (200 Freestyle Relay, 100 Butterfly, 200 Butterfly & 400 Freestyle Relay) Sebastian Andersson Swimming (400 Freestyle Relay) Jenny Bachmeier Swimming (100 Backstroke) Andy Burckhard Swimming (200 Freestyle Relay) Rodrigo Ferreira Swimming (200 Freestyle Relay, 100 Backstroke) Jason Mraule Swimming (200 Freestyle Relay, 400 Freestyle Relay) Kasey Moseley Diving (1 Meter) 2005 Fernando Alves Swimming (100 Butterfly & 200 Freestyle Relay) Rodrigo Ferreira Swimming (100 Backstroke & 200 Freestyle Relay) Eric Knight Swimming (200 Freestyle Relay) Jason Mraule Swimming (200 Freestyle Relay) Rodrigo Cintra Swimming (500 Freestyle) 2006 Jeff Schneider Swimming (200 Medley Relay) Jared Peters Swimming (200 Medley Relay, 400 Medley Relay) Eric Knight Swimming (200 Medley Relay) Rodrigo Ferreira Swimming (100 Backstroke, 400 Freestyle Relay, 200 Medley Relay, 400 Medley Relay) Pedro Pereira Swimming (400 Medley Relay) Per Westergren Swimming (400 Freestyle Relay, 400 Medley Relay) Adam Rollins Swimming (400 Freestyle Relay) Eric Knight Swimming (400 Freestyle Relay) 2007 Anthony Buhr Swimming (200 Freestyle Relay) Rodrigo Ferreira Swimming (100 Backstroke, 200 & 400 Medley Relay Eric Knight Swimming (200 Freestyle Relay, 200 & 400 Medley Relay) Pedro Pereira Swimming (200 Freestyle Relay, 200 & 400 Medley Relay) Per Westergren Swimming (200 Freestyle Relay, 200 Medley Relay) Dan Zabler Swimming (400 Medley Relay) 2008 Carissa Gormally Swimming (50 & 100 Freestyle) Heidi Evans Track (1500M) Matt Litzinger Track (Javelin)


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“I’ve never been to a place that’s more proud of its athletes and its athletics than UND.” — Former UND All-American, 2010 United States Olympian and current New Jersey Devils star Zach Parise

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It is our mission to physically and mentally prepare the student-athlete for the rigors of collegiate athletics, by implementing professionally designed, scientifically sound training programs, designed specifically to reduce the incidence of injury and help each team and studentathlete reach their full athletic potential.

Philosophy

We believe that strength and conditioning is crucial to the complete development of the student-athlete. The philosophy of Nate Baukol Director of Strength and Conditioning our strength and conditioning program is based on the belief that what occurs in the weight room and field transfers to the playing surface. We train sport specifically with the goal of enhancing athleticism. We also believe in the importance of work ethic, attitude, accountability and mental toughness and that these qualities can be developed and enhanced through our strength and conditioning program. At the University of North Dakota, one program, functioning behind the scenes, but which should not be taken lightly, is the strength and conditioning program. The strength and conditioning program at UND is among the finest in Division I and vital to the success of all UND athletic teams. The strength and conditioning staff commits themselves to the development of size, strength, power, speed, agility, conditioning, and body composition of each student-athlete. The goal of the strength staff is to develop the athlete and team to reach their maximum potential throughout their career while staying injury free. Nate Baukol, director of strength and conditioning, oversees the program and facilities. Baukol has three full-time assistant coaches and one graduate assistant coach to assist him. Together they direct and monitor the training of over 500 studentathletes in 20 sports at UND. UND also boasts some of the finest strength training facilities around. The facilities include the Ralph Engelstad Arena weight room, the Memorial Stadium weight room, and the Hyslop Sports Center weight room. Training has become a year-round activity, with a student athlete spending as much time on physical development as any other part of their sport throughout the year. Student-athletes follow either offseason or in-season programs, which are individualized specific to the athlete and sport. Off-season programs are five days a week, summer months included. Each athlete receives a comprehensive summer training manual to follow, given that a member of the strength staff won’t be supervising them. In-season programs are typically 45-minute sessions, two to three days per week, supervised by the strength and conditioning staff. The Fighting Sioux volleyball program trains at the Betty Engelstad Sioux Center’s Brown and Bender Performance Center, which was graciously donated by Mark Brown and David Bender during the 200506 season.

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One of the unfortunate aspects of athletics is that injuries do occur. However, every student-athlete from UND athletic teams are under excellent care thanks to the UND Divison of Sports Medicine and its umbrella of staff, facilities and training.

Steve Westereng

With a staff of nine faculty athletic trainers, two graduate assistant athletic trainers and 30 athletic training students headed by director of sports medicine Steve Westereng, UND student-athletes are in good hands, returning them quickly and safely to participation.

Director of Sports Medicine

The UND Division of Sports Medicine was formed in 1990. Additionally, the bachelor of science in athletic training degree and the UND Center for Sports Medicine was founded. The athletic training education program was the first program in the nation to be placed directly in a school of medicine and is housed within the Department of Family Medicine, combining the efforts of the UND Athletic Training program and the UND School of Medicine and Health Sciences. UND’s progressive thinking makes the institution a leader in the field of athletic training. Moreover, the program’s affiliation with the School of Medicine helps both the athletic training student and the studentathlete. Completion of the bachelor of science in athletic training allows the student to sit for the board of certification exam to become a certified athletic trainer (ATC). The student-athletes also benefit from having a wealth of competent individuals getting them back into action. In order to be accepted into the athletic training program, which received a seven-year accreditation in 2001 (note: UND will receive word in August 2008 of re-accreditation) from CAAHEP, a student must complete 100 hours of observation, fill out a formal application, and have a minimum GPA of 2.75. The Division of Sports Medicine also has an outpatient facility, the UND Center for Sports Medicine, which specializes in rehabilitation of orthopedic injuries. UND student-athletes, as well as the general public, utilize this facility to decrease pain, increase strength, and improve range of motion of injuries. Many of the injuries seen in the Center for Sports Medicine are significant, such as pre- and post-surgical issues. The center is staffed by Cathy Ziegler, PT/ATC, and Robin Tracy, PT/ ATC, who have experience with high school, college, and professional athletes.

Dr. Greg Greek Team Physician

Dr. William Mann Team Physician

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Whether it is reading to area school children or lending their time to countless charitable organizations or providing disaster relief, UND’s student-athletes pride themselves on their community involvement and have long been looked upon as pillars within the UND and Grand Forks communities. In 2009-10 alone, UND student-athletes logged nearly 7,000 hours of community service.

Left: Kris Kwak and the Sioux baseball team bowl with Special Olympics athletes. Above: The Student Athlete Advisory Council (SAAC) raised more than $13,000 for earthquake relief efforts in Haiti. Right: The Sioux football team’s Holiday Magic for Markus initiative provides Christmas presents each year to area children with chronic, debilitating illnesses. Below: Student-athletes call Fighting Sioux Club members and thank them for their support during the annual ‘Thank-A-Thon.”

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Fighting Sioux Legacy Wall

Recognizing those who support UND Athletics

Endowments Establishing an endowment through the UND Foundation provides an opportunity to leave a legacy at UND while making an impact on more than 400 student-athletes every year, helping provide scholarship and program support. All endowments of $25,000 or more are recognized on the Fighting Sioux Legacy Wall at the Ralph Engelstad Arena.

$1,000,000+

Ralph & Betty Engelstad

$250,000 - $499,999 Charles & Dorothy Gainor Sioux Boosters Mark & Peggy Foss Rodney & Betty Webb Pete & Eunice Kuhn Robert F. & Carol J. Middleton Streibel Family Allan J. & Marvel A. Williamson

$100,000 - $249,999

Jeff Anderson Joe & Averille Bourne Arnold & Marjorie Haugen Memorial Chuck & Cory Johnson Erwin & Colleen Martens Carol J. Middleton DeWayne “Dewey” Sundby Glenn & Mary Geiger R. Douglas & Sally Larsen

Curtis Malm Memorial John P. “Jack” & Ellen Gray James & JoAnn McKay Wilbur J. Gehrke

$25,000 - $99,999

Bertha “Pat” Byrne Dan Martinsen/Terry Kremeier Alerus Financial/Grand Forks John W. Behl Robb Wayne Berthiaume Memorial Ray Bostrom Corey Colehour & Dick Kampa Ralph H. Hancock Memorial Havig-Heen Jarrett Memorial Harold “Pinky” Kraft D.R. “Bing” Larson “Little Big Man” (David & Gay Williamson) Fritz Mikkelson Family Memorial Sandra Modisett Memorial Grant Nelson John H. and Jean C. O’Keefe

Grace Osborne Rhonemus Coach Mike Stromberg Todd R. Thomas Jerry Voegele/Laura Eider Wood Family Frank Zazula Dr. LaVernia Jorgensen Tim J. & Becky A. O’Keefe Scott C Brower Memorial Golden Anniversary Jack & Yvonne Cronquist Bill Ordway Maurice C & Solange A Smith and Family Matthew G Greene Randy Gershman Eugene “Gene” Murphy Advanced Engineering & Environmental Services, Inc/AE2S Dr Edward J & Kathleen Hagan/Established by American State Bank & Trust Co. of Williston Marlyn Bjorge Marc & Lynn Chorney Terrance F. Anstett Memorial

Impact Scholarships Increasing the support available immediately for scholarships is a critical during UND Athletics’ Division I transition. Impact Scholarships are helping ensure UND Athletics has the resources necessary during its move to recruit the brightest, most talented athletes and continue offering scholarship packages comparable to those being offered by our D-I competitors. Donors who fund five-year full or partial scholarships are recognized on the Fighting Sioux Legacy Wall.

FULL SCHOLARSHIP $75,000+ Canad Inns Jill & Steve Cholewa David & Gay Williamson Wes & Vivian Rydell Harold & Kathleen Gershman Alerus Financial Franklin G., Jo Andrea & Michael J Larson The Stewart Family Mike & Tanya Kuntz/ICON Architectural Group Lian/Mannanusau/Schmidt Dan & Mary Martinsen Dennis & Carol Buck Terry & Wendy Kremeier

Fritz Mikkelson Family Arizona Medical Group of Mesa Ronald Maurice Smith, MD Dave & Joanna Fennell Forum Communications/ Grand Forks Herald/ WDAZ Mikkelson Consolidated, LLP United Community Bank of ND; DeWayne & Mona Streyle; Keith & Jo Streyle Rick & Lori Lee

PARTIAL SCHOLARSHIP $25,000 - $74,999 Bremer Bank Jim & Liz Kertz

R Douglas & Sally Larsen Swingen Construction Company John Kuklenski JLG Architects Frandsen Bank & Trust Jamie Gronowski United Valley Bank Bill & Joan Leifur Sioux Crew Kurt & Tami Lamp Steve & Barb Burian/AE2S Howard Dahl & Brian Dahl Lynn & Shirlee Leininger Nyhus Impact Scholarship Xcel Energy

Leave your Legacy

Contact Steve Brekke, ’84 at 800.543.8764 or steveb@undfoundation.org or Josh Morton, ’96 at 800.543.8764 or joshm@undfoundation.org

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2011 NORTH DAKOTA Softball FightingSioux.com is the official source for everything regarding the University of North Dakota athletics department.

The website, maintained by the athletics media relations office, offers everything for the fan. Away from home but still want to watch the game live? Watch it on FightingSioux.com. Missed the game and want to check the score? Find recaps, box scores and on-demand video of highlights and the complete game. Need some new decorations for the dorm room or basement? Buy action images at any size from our photo store.

FightingSioux.com has it all! •

Live video webcast for all home men’s and women’s hockey, football, men’s and women’s basketball, and volleyball

Live audio broadcasts for hockey, football, basketballs, volleyball, soccer, baseball and softball

Watch every game in our on-demand archive any time you want

Live stats for all home games

Follow our staff and student-athletes in our blog section

Purchase your own piece of Fighting Sioux memorabilia in our store and auctions.

Get a piece of the action with your own images in the photo store

Desktop wallpapers

News sent directly to your phone, inbox or RSS feed

Download the schedules to your mobile device and calendars

You can also find information about Fighting Sioux athletics through these sources:

Facebook

www.facebook.com/UNDAthletics

Twitter

www.twitter.com/UNDAthletics

YouTube

http://www.youtube.com/SIOUXtra

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The 13-station Fighting Sioux Radio Network broadcasts home and away Sioux games and features stations in North Dakota, Minnesota and Montana. The FSRN also airs the weekly Wednesday night UND Green Mill Coaches Show live across the network. The show airs every Wednesday night from September through March from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. The Fighting Sioux Sports Television Network broadcasts football, volleyball, men’s and women’s hockey and men’s and women’s basketball games nationwide on Fox College Sports and throughout North and South Dakota as well as Northwestern Minnesota through a partnership between Forum Communications, Midcontinent Communications and other cable companies throughout the region. Live Fighting Sioux television broadcasts and coaches shows are available in over 54 million homes nationwide. Selected games also air live on WDAZ in Grand Forks, which also includes viewership in southern Manitoba, including Winnipeg and Brandon. The weekly Sioux Sports Extra television show is seen every Sunday night on WDAY in Fargo, KBMY in Bismarck and KMCY in Minot. The show also airs on Fox College Sports and the on Fighting Sioux Sports Network. The Sioux men’s hockey show is also seen each week of FCS and the FSSN.

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pRESIDENT Dr. Robert Kelley

Dr. Robert Kelley began serving as UND’s 11th president July 1, 2008. He had been dean of the College of Health Sciences and professor of medical education and public health at the University of Wyoming since 1999. Before then, he was associate vice chancellor for research and executive associate dean of the graduate college at the University of Illinois at Chicago, and professor of biological sciences at the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and professor of anatomy and cell biology at the College of Medicine, both at the University of Illinois at Chicago. At the University of New Mexico, he served as chair of anatomy and senior executive associate dean, as well as other faculty capacities. He has also taught at the University of California, Berkeley. Kelley earned his bachelor’s degree in biology and chemistry from Abilene Christian University in Abilene, Texas, in 1965, and his master’s degree in 1966 and doctorate in 1969, both in cell and developmental biology from the University of California, Berkeley. Kelley has served as chair of the Assembly for the Association of American Medical Colleges, chaired the Council of Academic Societies for the AAMC, and was a member of the executive board of the National Board of Medical Examiners, which is responsible for the U.S. medical licensure examination. In addition, he has served the National Institutes of Health (NIH) on several study sections, served on the director’s advisory board for NIH strategic planning, and chaired the Minority Biomedical Research Support Program advisory committee in the NIH Division of Research Resources. That program helped support research for historically black universities, tribal colleges, and “minority-majority” institutions. He also served as principal investigator for the University of Wyoming/Northern Rockies INBRE (IDeA Network of Biomedical Research Excellence), an NIH program which promotes biomedical research and connects the state’s community colleges with the University of Wyoming. He and his wife, Marcia, who was a lecturer in the University of Wyoming Department of Communication Disorders, have four children.

Sue Jeno, an associate professor of physical therapy, serves as the Faculty Athletics Representative (FAR) to the National Collegiate Athletics Association. She has held the position since November 2006. Jeno has served as a member of the Intercollegiate Athletics Committee for six years and was the chair of the University Senate during the 2005-06 academic year. Jeno is a former NCAA Division I student-athlete and coach. After competing for the University of Michigan synchronized swimming team, she graduated and served as a coach for the Wolverines for two seasons.

Sue Jeno

Faculty Athletics Representative

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Athletics director Brian Faison

Brian Faison is his third year as athletics director at the University of North Dakota. Faison assumed his duties at UND in May of 2008. Faison’s first year was a busy one, leading Fighting Sioux athletics through its first year of transition to NCAA Division I status for all of its sports programs. He secured conference membership for 16 of UND’s 20 sports in the Great West Conference, restructured the athletics department and enhanced UND’s statewide profile through community outreach initiatives and an expanded Fighting Sioux Sports Network. In Faison’s second year, student-athletes continued their tradition of academic excellence: four student-athletes were named academic AllAmericans by ESPN the Magazine; two student-athletes received NCAA postgraduate scholarships; and a school-record 111 student-athletes received academic all-conference honors. Alumni and fan support continued to grow: annual giving to the Fighting Sioux Club set another record; volleyball set a single-season attendance record; women’s hockey finished seventh in the nation in average attendance; and men’s hockey finished second in the nation in average and total attendance. Competitively, UND teams again enjoyed outstanding seasons: volleyball, women’s basketball and softball all won Great West Conference championships; men’s hockey won the Broadmoor Trophy, the WCHA Final Five championship, and qualified for its eighth straight NCAA tournament appearance; and football enjoyed its seventh straight winning season. Prior to joining UND, Faison served as special assistant to the president for athletics development (2004-07) and director of athletics (1999-04) at New Mexico State University. Before that, he served as the director of development for the National Children’s Cancer Society (1995-1999). Faison gained experience in Division I administration as the director of athletics at Indiana State University (1988-1995), assistant athletics director for development at the University of Louisville (1984-1988) and assistant athletics director for promotions and fund raising at Illinois State University (1979-1984). He also had stints as the assistant manager for athletic public relations at the University of Missouri (19781979) and assistant director for alumni activities at the University of Missouri (1974-1978). Faison received his bachelor’s degree in 1972 from the University of Missouri and is also a 1997 graduate of the National Planned Giving Institute. Faison and his wife, Donna, have three sons: Jonathan, Matthew and Bradley.

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2011 NORTH DAKOTA Softball Daniella Irle serves as UND’s senior associate athletics director of internal operations and senior woman administrator.

Irle came from the Tulane University, where she served as the assistant athletics director of business and student services.

Daniella Irle

Prior to that appointment, Irle spent three seasons as the head coach of the Tulane

Jayson Hajdu

Kara Helmig

Asst. Athletics Director, Media Relations

Lisa Persuitti-Huber

Asst. Athletics Director, Compliance

Asst. Athletics Director, Athletics Marketing

Senior Assoc. Athletics Director, Internal Operations/ Senior Woman Administrator

women’s swimming and diving team, restarting the program after a 13-year hiatus. She was named Conference USA Coach of the Year in 2004-05 and 2005-06. Irle also spent 10 years as the Fresno State swimming and diving coach. The Western Athletic Conference Coach of the Year in 1993 and

Nate Baukol

Steve Brekke

Director, Strength and Conditioning

Assoc. Director, Athletics Development

Amanda Neubauer

Paul Ralston

Max Huber

Josh Morton

Director, In-Game Management & Group Sales

Director, Fighting Sioux Club

Sean Johnson

Senior Associate Athletics Director, External Operations

Sean Johnson serves as the senior associate athletics director for external operations for UND athletics.

of Texas A&M-Kingsville.

Johnson most recently was the associate athletics director of external operations and sports information director at the University

Director, Academic Services

Director, Sales

Director of Aquatics/ Head Diving Coach

Brian Strom

Steve Westereng

Alex Burbach

Bev Hopman

Travis Kahlbaugh

Director, Sports Medicine

Johnson also spent five years at New Mexico State University, serving as sports information director, and in the final year and half, the associate athletic director. Johnson in a 1983 graduate of the University of Missouri. His other stops have included Lincoln University, the University of MissouriSt. Louis, the University of Arkansas-Little Rock, Angelo State, the University of Idaho and the University of North Texas.

Deb Beiswenger

Asst. Business Operations

Assistant to the Athletics Director

Derek Koenen

Christy Kramer

Office Manager

Equipment Manager

Scott Herring

Associate Athletics Director, Chief Financial Officer

Scott Herring is UND’s associate athletics director and chief financial officer. Herring most recently served as vicepresident of basketball administration with the NBA’s Orlando Magic, for which he was responsible for all day-to-day business and financial matters within basketball operations, as well as the team’s salary cap and player contract issues.

Assistant Director, Media Relations

Assistant Director, Media Relations

Erik Martinson

Asst. Business Operations

Herring joined the Magic as a controller in 1988, one year before the team began play in the NBA as an expansion franchise. He was elevated to director of finance in 1994, senior director of finance, IT and administration in 1997 and became vice-president of basketball administration in 1999. Matt Schill

New Media Editor

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Athletics Academic Services Coordinator

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Head Coaches

Dick Clay

Cross Country/ Track and Field

Brian Idalski

Women’s Hockey

Jeff Dodson

Dan Frei

Baseball

Brian Jones

Men’s Basketball

Kristen Gay

Golf

Chris Mussman Football

Soccer

Gene Roebuck

Women’s Basketball

Dave Hakstol Men’s Hockey

Steve Parsons

Sami Strinz

Swimming

Softball

Ashley Hardee Volleyball

Tom Wynne Tennis

Athletic Department Phone Directory

Athletic Department Staff - General phone line: 701-777-2234 Unless noted, all phone numbers begin with 77 followed by the 7-XXXX number, and are all in the 701 area code. ADMINISTRATION Athletic Department Phone. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-2234 Athletic Department FAX. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-2285 Faison, Brian (A.D.). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-2993 Irle, Daniella (Sr. Assoc. A.D./SWA). . . . . . . . . . . 7-4036 Johnson, Sean (Sr. Assoc. A.D., External). . . . . 7-2210 Brekke, Steve (Assoc. A.D., Development). . . 7-6426 Herring, Scott (Assoc. A.D.) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-3481 Morton, Josh (Assoc. A.D., FSC). . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-4216 Hajdu, Jayson (Asst. A.D., Media Relations). . 7-2985 Helmig, Kara (Asst. A.D., Compliance). . . . . . . 7-5585 Persuitti-Huber, Lisa (Asst. A.D., Marketing). . 7-2237 Neubauer, Amanda (Dir., Acad. Services). . . . 7-2110 Beiswenger, Debbie (Asst. Business Ops.) . . . 7-3366 Burbach, Alex (Asst. to the A.D.). . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-2794 Hopman, Bev (Office Manager). . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-2713 Jeno, Sue (Faculty Athletics Rep.). . . . . . . . . . . 7-3662 Kahlbaugh, Travis (Equip. Mgr.). . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-2987 Martinson, Erik (Asst. Business Ops.). . . . . . . . 7-0835 Voigt, Amanda (Coord., Acad. Services) . . . . . 7-2234 BASEBALL Dodson, Jeff (Head Coach) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-4038 Field, J.C. (Asst. Coach) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-2352 Bunch, Kevin (Asst. Coach). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-2937 Devillers, Brian (Intern Coach). . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-2937 BASKETBALL - MEN’S Jones, Brian (Head Coach). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-2974 Martin, Bryan (Asst. Coach). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-3492 Moody, Ryan (Asst. Coach). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-2976 Philippe, Nate (Asst. Coach). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-0483 Abbott, Thelma (Secretary). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-3478 BASKETBALL - WOMEN’S Roebuck, Gene (Head Coach). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-2980 Brewster, J. Travis (Assoc. Head Coach). . . . . . 7-6214 Guinn, Danye (Asst. Coach). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-6069 Motherwell, John (Asst. Coach). . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-3253 Abbott, Thelma (Secretary). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-3478 CHEER TEAM Eberhardt, Amber. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 740-7377

FIGHTING SIOUX CLUB/Alumni Brekke, Steve (Develoment Officer). . . . . . . . . 7-6426 Morton, Josh (Director - FSC). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-4216 Hoops, Megan (Assoc. Director). . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-4078 Alumni 800 TN. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 800-543-8764

MARKETING, PROMOTIONS, & SALES Persuitti-Huber, Lisa (Asst. AD, Marketing). . . 7-2237 Huber, Max (Director, In-Game Mgmt.). . . . . . 7-4852 Ralson, Paul (Director, Sales). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-3210 TBA (Marketing Asst., Donation Req.).. . . . . . . 7-1373

SWIMMING & DIVING Parsons, Steve (Head Coach). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-2766 Strom, Brian (Director of Aquatics). . . . . . . . . . 7-3050 Lucas Baarlaer (Intern Coach). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-3254 Swim ND . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-4451

FOOTBALL Mussman, Chris (Head Coach). . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-3176 Mannausau, Mike (Assoc. Head Coach). . . . . . 7-2996 Belmore, Tim (Asst. Coach) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-4193 Breitbach, Greg (Asst. Coach). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-2997 Carey, Rod (Asst. Coach). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-4192 Kelling, John (Asst. Coach). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-2995 Kotelnicki, Josh (Asst. Coach) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-4863 Kubes, Mike (Intern Coach). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-2229 Love, George (Intern Coach) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-2229 Myers, Kyle (Volunteer Coach). . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-2229 Schillinger, Jace (Intern Coach). . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-2229 Kopp, Dallas (Equipment) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-2340 Klug, Cindy (Secretary). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-4191

MEDIA RELATIONS Hajdu, Jayson (Asst. AD, Media Relations). . . 7-2985 Powell, Ryan (Assoc. Director). . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-2986 Koenen, Derek (Asst. Director). . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-6743 Kramer, Christy (Asst. Director). . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-4210 Schill, Matt (New Media Editor). . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-2668 FAX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-4352

TENNIS Wynne, Tom (Head Coach). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-4758 Center Court Office . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 746-2790

GOLF Frei, Dan (Head Coach). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-3036 Ruppert, Natalie (Intern Coach). . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-3036 HOCKEY - MEN’S Hakstol, Dave (Head Coach). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-3118 Eades, Cary (Assoc. Head. Coach). . . . . . . . . . . 7-2654 Jackson, Dane (Asst. Coach). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-3117 Swanson, Pat (Director of Hockey Ops.). . . . . 7-3110 Rannells, Andy (Equipment Manager). . . . . . . 7-3110 Gilbertson, Cheryl (Secretary). . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-3103 Training Room . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-6762 HOCKEY - WOMEN’S Idalski, Brian (Head Coach). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-6490 Elander, Peter (Assoc. Head Coach) . . . . . . . . . 7-6492 Fabian, Erik (Asst. Coach). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-6491 Drennen, Courtney (Video Coord.). . . . . . . . . . 7-6492 Vaughan, Kevin (Manager of Hockey Ops.). . 7-6092 Reception . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-6697

SOCCER Gay, Kristen (Head Coach). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-3972 Tiggs, Nicole(Asst. Coach). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-3684 Sera, Lauren (Asst. Coach). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-3684 Abbott, Thelma (Secretary). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-3478 SOFTBALL Strinz, Sami (Head Coach). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-4952 Ward, Randy (Assoc. Head Coach). . . . . . . . . . . 7-2353 TBA (Asst. Coach) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-2353 SPORTS MEDICINE Westereng, Steve (Director). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-3886 Tracy, Robin (Physical Therapist). . . . . . . . . . . . 7-4845 Ziegler, Cathy (Physical Therapist). . . . . . . . . . 7-4846 Flatt, John (Asst. AT). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-2977 Hunt, Erika (Asst. At). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-0723 Poolman, Mark (Asst. AT). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-3107 Rambough, Audrey (Asst. AT). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-3177 Rudd, Jim (Asst. Prof.). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-3102 Sand, Erick (Asst. AT). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-0723 Vanderpan, McKynsay (Asst. AT). . . . . . . . . . . . 7-6147 Williamson, Renae (Asst. AT). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-2977 STRENGTH & CONDITIONING Baukol, Nate (Head Coach). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-4035 Cahill, Zachary (Asst. Coach). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-2933 Peterson, Quinn (Asst. Coach). . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-2063 Schwenzfeier, Aaron (Asst. Coach). . . . . . . . . . 7-3933

TICKET OFFICE Reardon, Heather (Box Off Mgr). . . . . . . . . . . . 7-4694 Ticket Office (REA). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-0855 REA Ticket Office FAX. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-6646 Student Ticket Office . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-3666 TRACK & FIELD/CROSS COUNTRY Clay, Dick (Head Coach). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-2979 Cummins, Crystal (Asst. Coach). . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-0446 Rollefstad, Lisa (Asst. Coach). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-2361 VOLLEYBALL Hardee, Ashley (Head Coach). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-2351 Brown, Dan (Asst. Coach). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-2508 Torres, Krystal (Asst. Coach). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-2508 Schmiesing, Shanna (Student Asst.). . . . . . . . . 7-4577 Abbott, Thelma (Secretary). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-3478 OTHER DEPT. NUMBERS Page, Sally (Title IX Coordinator). . . . . . . . . . . . 7-4172 Facilities. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-2591 Hyslop Conference Room . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-2364 PEXS (HPER) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-4324 Pool . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-3254 Pool Hours (Recording). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-2739 Pride of the North Band. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-4396 Ray Richards Golf Course. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-4340 REA Toll Free TN. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 877-917-4689 Security . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-3491 Sioux Crew . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-3666 Training Room (Hyslop). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-2977 Training Room (Memorial Stadium). . . . . . . . . 7-4487 Weightroom (Memorial Stadium). . . . . . . . . . . 7-6417 Wellness Center. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-9355 Zamboni. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-3106

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Sami Strinz

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Head Coach Year: Fourth Season Hometown: Keizer, Ore. Alma Mater: Loyola Marymount (2004)

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Birthplace: achelor’s Degree: B Master’s Degree:

Keizer, Ore. Loyola Marymount, 2004 Liberal Studies Dakota Wesleyan, 2008 Elementary Education

Coaching:

2007-present: - Head Coach University of North Dakota 2006-07 - Head Coach Dakota Wesleyan University 2005 - Assistant Coach Louisiana Tech University

The 2010-11 school year marks Sami Strinz’s fourth as head softball coach at the University of North Dakota.

and a new career home run leader in Nicole Puerling.

Last year, Strinz and the Fighting Sioux captured their first conference championship in program history going a perfect 3-0 to win the Great West Conference Tournament.

In her second season at the helm of the Sioux, Strinz led the team into a new era in the first of transitioning into Division I softball with a record of 9-33.

In 2007, Strinz put her immediate stamp on the Sioux softball program by guiding the team to the most prolific offensive season in school history. UND blasted a North Central Conference-record 67 home runs, in the process shattering the school record by an amazing 38 home runs. The Sioux also set new team standards for batting average (.301), runs scored (279), hits (410), runs batted in (255), total bases (687), walks (160) and slugging percentage (.505), with numerous individual team records falling along the way.

UND faced new travels, new facilities and new opponents as it took on 20 Division I teams, three NAIA and one Division II. The Sioux logged 16,556 miles along the way with only five home games on the schedule.

Despite a roster of just one senior and two juniors, UND went 19-34 on the season and pushed higher-seeded opponents to 10 and seven innings, respectively, in two games at the NCC tournament.

The season was highlighted by UND’s first-ever Division I win, a 3-2 home record, a win over the Big Ten Conference’s Wisconsin, a 25-0 win at home over Minnesota, Crookston,

Under Strinz’s tutelage, junior outfielder Casie Hanson earned her second straight All-America recognition and was named Daktronics Division II North Central Region Player of the Year, a first in program history. Hanson and junior first baseman Nicole Puerling earned Daktronics All-North Central Region and All-NCC honors after each clubbed a schoolrecord 13 home runs.

With an extremelly young team led by a few veterans, UND went 16-35 overall and although competing at the Division I level for only the second season put up team all-time topfive offensive numbers in runs scored, hits, home runs, stolen bases and walks.

Playing: 2001-04 - Pitcher, Designated Hitter Loyola Marymount University Strinz’s Head Coaching Record: Year School 2006 Dakota Wesleyan (NAIA) 2007 Dakota Wesleyan (NAIA) 2008 North Dakota (NCAA DII) 2009 North Dakota (NCAA DI) 2010 North Dakota (NCAA DI) Total Four Years

UND also excelled in the classroom, boasting a 3.01 team grade point average during the spring semester, a teamrecord five selections to the NCC Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll and a pair of Academic All-NCC honorees. Also, Hanson was named an Academic All-American for the second straight year. Strinz was named UND’s 13th head softball coach on July 17, 2007 aftering serving as head coach at Dakota Wesleyan University in Mitchell, S.D., for the previous two seasons. After inheriting a program that had averaged five wins over the previous five seasons, Strinz engineered a twoyear turnaround that saw the Tigers win a school-record 17 games in 2007 and place seven student-athletes on the All-Great Plains Athletic Conference (GPAC), including the school’s first-ever all-conference first team selection. Strinz also guided Dakota Wesleyan to its first GPAC Tournament

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berth in school history. Prior to arriving at Dakota Wesleyan, Strinz spent the 2005 season as the hitting coach and recruiting coordinator at Division I Louisiana Tech, where she helped the Bulldogs set school records for home runs and doubles. “I’m really excited for the opportunity to lead the Sioux in transition to Division I,” Strinz said shortly after her hiring at UND. “This is a very exciting time for UND Athletics and I am grateful to be a part of it. I’m looking forward to making a positive impact on the team, university and community.” Strinz earned her bachelor’s degree in liberal studies with a minor in sociology from Division I Loyola Marymount in 2004. While at Loyola, Strinz was a four-year letterwinner and three-year all-conference performer as a pitcher and designated player, capturing Pacific Coast Conference Player of the Year accolades as a junior in 2003. As a senior Strinz was an all-conference first team and all-region second team selection. She ranks second on LMU’s all-time home runs list. A Keizer, Ore., native, Strinz was an assistant coach and player for the Ireland National softball team during the summer of 2002 while serving in the same capacities for the U-Best women’s softball team out of Salem, Ore., from 2000 to 2003. Strinz is currently pursuing her master’s degree in elementary education.


Fighting Sioux Jennifer Glueckert 2011 north dakota Softball

Randy Ward

Associate Head Coach

Assistant Coach

Year: Fourth Season

Year: First Season

Hometown: Mason City, Iowa

Hometown: South Bend, Ind.

Alma Mater: Northern Iowa (2005)

Alma Mater: Indiana (2010)

Randy Ward is in his fourth season on the Fighting Sioux softball staff and was promoted to associate head coach in Sept., 2008 after serving as assistant coach in his first season. Last season, under Ward’s tutelage, Casie Hanson broke the all-time school record for career home runs with 32. Hanson also broke records in batting average, runs scored, hits and total bases. As UND’s hitting coach, Ward helped engineer the most explosive offensive season in the history of Sioux softball in 2008. UND hit a school-record .304 as a team, one of seven different team hitting records established in Ward’s first year. The Sioux also set new team standards for home runs (67), runs scored (279), hits (410), runs batted in (255), total bases (687) and walks (160). UND’s 67 home runs were the most ever hit by a North Central Conference team. Individually, Hanson hit a school-record .534 to win her second straight NCC batting title and was one four Sioux in last year’s lineup to shatter the team record for home runs in a season. Hanson and junior first baseman Nicole Puerling each slugged a team-leading 13 home runs, breaking the old record by five. Prior to arriving at UND, Ward spent the 2007 season as an assistant coach at the University of Northern Iowa, where he worked specifically with the team’s hitters and outfielders. Ward helped significantly improve the Panthers’ offensive output in virtually every offensive category, including the second-most home runs in team history. Ward was the head softball coach at Nora Springs Rock Falls High School in Nora Springs, Iowa, where he helped the team to offensive records in home runs, batting average, runs scored and runs batted in. Before that, he spent three seasons as an assistant softball coach at North Iowa Arena Community College. Ward is a 2005 graduate of Northern Iowa with a bachelor’s degree in family services. He is currently working toward completion of his master’s degree in physical education.

Jennifer Glueckert comes to the Sioux after completing her senior season as an outfielder for Indiana in 2010 where she was honored second team All-Big Ten conference and named the Hoosiers most valuable player. She was 12th in the Big Ten in batting average her senior season among players having started over 50 percent of games played while leading UI in batting average, doubles and triples. She also collected 14 RBI and 11 runs in 48 games. “I am really excited to add Coach Glueckert to our staff,” head coach Sami Strinz said. “She brings tremendous experience as a Division I student-athlete from Indiana. She has a reputation for being a great clinician and teacher of the game. I have no doubt she will continue to improve our talented young outfield while also helping our slap hitters.” Glueckert was a four-year letterwinner for the Hoosiers where she split time between right field and as the designated player totaling 169 games of action. She graduated from Indiana with a bachelor’s degree in social and behavioral sciences. A native of South Bend, Ind., Glueckert earned letters in softball, volleyball and basketball form John Adams High School. As the team captain of her softball team she was tabbed first team all-state her senior season, second team all-state her junior season and all-conference all four seasons. Finished her career ranking in the top 10 in Indiana high school history in triples. “I am excited to work with coaches Sami Strinz and Randy Ward to help bring continued success to the UND softball program,” Glueckert said. Championships to be held in Venezueala in June 2010. Whitt and head coach Sami Strinz played together at LMU and on women’s team U Bet, going to Nationals in Spokane, Wash., in 2004.

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HOMETOWN Redlands, Calif. Saskatchewan, Regina Grants Pass, Ore. Chico, Calif. Olathe, Kan. Issaquah, Wash. Forest Grove, Ore. New York Mills, Minn. Willamina, Ore. Aberdeen, Wash. Minnetonka, Minn. Costa Mesa, Calif. Grants Pass, Ore. Shoreview, Minn. Buena Park, Calif. Overland Park, Kan. Zumbrota, Minn. Medford, Ore. Chaska, Minn. Monticello, Minn. Ashby, Minn. Northfield, Minn.

PREVIOUS TEAM East Redlands High School St. Mary’s Academy Grants Pass High School Chico High School Olathe Northwest High School Issaquah High School Forest Grove High School New York Mill High School Willamina High School Aberdeen High School Minnetonka High School Edison High School Grants Pass High School Mounds View High School Cypress High School Shawnee Mission South High School Zumbrota-Mazeppa High School South Medford High School Chaska High School Monticello High School Ashby High School Northfield High School

The Sioux...Geographically California (5): Brittany Baker, Courtney Gonzales, Kayelee Schoeny, Brandee Ybarra, Erica Younan Kansas (1): Maggie O’Neal Minnesota (8): Michelle Frank, Kayla Goerke, Amanda Johnson, Kendra McCall, Kelsey Olson, Amber Roth, Jessi St. Marie, Liz Triplett Oregon (6): Cami Bennett, Caralyn Chewning, Emma Gronseth, D Jantzer, Lindy Sippola, Mallory Tacdol Regina (1): Lexa Twist

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The University of North Dakota softball team will enter the season as the Great West Conference defending champions as it swept their way to the title last May in Dallas, Texas, with a quarterfinals win over top-seeded Utah Valley followed by semifinal and championship game wins over South Dakota. UND outscored its opponents 14-3 in the tournament. UND would conclude 2010 with a 16-35 record but with an extremely young team that was able to peak when games meant the most, in April and May, with nine of its wins coming in the second half of the season leading to its conference title. Its attempt in defending might follow much of the same path in 2011. “It is always our goal to get better every single day,” Strinz said. “We are going to work every day and continue working every day until we get to the conference tournament. We are not going to be satisfied and not going to be complacent. We are going to try to continue building and peaking at the right time like we did last year and a championship is always the goal.” Much of last season’s early struggles came in part due to a team that was finding its way. It entered its second season of transition to the Division I level and doing so with a team comprised mostly of first-year players at the collegiate level. The eventual conference championship roster consisted of 13 freshmen out of 18 players. “I think it is exciting because our sophomore class is our biggest class,” Strinz said. “We have a lot of girls in that class that won the conference championship and they have a pretty good concept of what it takes to win. We just need to be consistent on what it takes to bring that mentality every single day to practice.” The Sioux will have to replace two of its offensive and defensive leaders after the graduation 26

2011 season outlook

of center fielder Casie Hanson (St. Peter, Minn.) and first baseman Kristi Alcorn (Roy, Wash.). “Both of them are obviously leaving holes for us offensively and defensively,” Strinz said. “Offensively we are going to really need three people to step up to take the place of the two of them because they had such great numbers last year, both in power and getting on base. Casie stole about 28 bases for us and I don’t know if we are going to get that this year, but we are just going to have to use different tools to try to produce runs.”

man Caralyn Chewning (Willamina, Ore.) who in the preseason has been highly touted and expected to immediately step in and contribute in all roles for the Sioux.

get it done.”

“When she is not pitching, Carlyn will contribute somewhere in the infield,” Strinz said. “We have been working her at third base, second base and shortstop right now. She will probably be hitting in the four-hole for us so we are expecting a lot out of her this year and I think she is ready to

The Sioux don’t expect to go with a rotation but go with whom they expect to give them the best chance to win on a game-by-game basis. “I expect both Emma and Michelle to do great

One place the UND did not lose anybody and was imperative to its title run was in the circle. Freshman Emma Gronseth (Forest Grove, Ore.) and Michelle Frank (Chaska, Minn.) combined for 15 of 16 wins in the season and combined to go 3-0 pitching all 20 innings at the GWC Tournament allowing only 13 hits with 13 strikeouts. “Our pitching is really exciting because Emma won 10 games for us last season and that is great and if she can do that again this year we are going to be in the money,” Strinz said. “Michelle won five games for us but I wouldn’t be surprised at all if she doubles that number this season. In my opinion she is probably the most improved player we have from last year. She worked her tail off all offseason, played this summer and has really matured a lot Sophomore Emma Gronseth will be a part of a strong returning pitchover this last year.” ing staff for the Sioux. She went 2-0 in the Great West Conference Tour-

Entering the mix will be fresh- nament last season with a 1.15 earned-run average.


Fighting Sioux 2011 north dakota Softball another championship.”

Again with a roster comprised of mostly underclassmen (20 of 24), they will be led by fifth-year senior and catcher Amber Roth (Shoreview, Minn.). “With Amber Roth out right now (due to an injury) we are going to have Courtney Gonzalez starting behind the plate until Amber gets healthy,” Strinz said. “I have been upfront with all of the girls that it is my philosophy that you don’t lose a starting position due to injury. But Courtney Gonzalez will be catching for us right off the bat and has looked good.”

Amber Roth will be representing the Sioux as the lone sernior in 2011.

things and then adding to that I see Caralyn Chewning eating up a lot of innings for us too,” Strinz said. I have told the girls this that I don’t think we have a number one pitcher, I think we have three. That is a first we can say that since I have been here. I am assuming that innings pitched will be pretty even by the end of the season.” Offensively and defensively, the Sioux are entering the season still a work in progress but the coaching staff believes its overall depth and winning mentality will pay dividends in the end in its attempts to defend its championship. “Even with our younger kids we have a lot of kids coming in this year that are proven winners at their various high school and travelball levels,” Strinz said. “Dee Jantzer won an ASA national championship and that is about as good as it gets at the amateur level. A lot of our girls have won state championships while Michelle Frank won a national championship this summer, so we have a lot of proven winners right now. We just need to remember that and bring that mentality every day.” Three players returning to the lineup that will be counted on to contribute on an everyday basis is sophomores Cami Bennett, Kayelee Schoeny and Lindy Sippola. Moving from second base to the outfield to start the season, Bennett will be opening games as the leadoff hitter getting things started offensively coming off a good freshman season with a .299 batting average, .346 on-base percentage and is the team’s return-

ing leader from last season in hits with 50. “Cami is our leadoff hitter as of right now as I think she will continue to do a good job of getting on base for us and has done a nice job of working on all facets of her slap-hitting game even adding some power. She will also be starting the season in the outfield. I am not convinced that is where she will stay all season as it can be said that she was a big part in us winning the conference championship last year with her defensive play at second base, but she makes our outfield so much stronger.” Schoeny is projected to bat second as the team’s center fielder and returning leader in batting average (.307) and stolen bases (15), while last season’s GWC Rookie of the Year, Sippola, will be moving to shortstop and depended on to anchor the position. “Lindy has an natural leadership ability in the infield and does a really good job,” Strinz said. Sophomore Kayelee Schoeny is coming off a rookie campaign that “She pretty much knows ev- saw her second on the team in batting average (.307) and stolen erybody’s roles defensively and bases (15). it is nice for her teammates to look to her if they are not sure. She has worked really hard this offseason too and is hungry for 2011 Season outlook

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Roth’s Career Statistics

Amber Roth

Catcher

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Year: Senior Bats: Right Throws: Right Hometown: Shoreview, Minn. High School: Mounds View High School Major: Criminal Justice 2010 (RS Junior): Named a Great West Conference All-Academic Team...Appeared in 50 games with 49 starts at catcher (both career highs)...Had a .176 average...Matched career single-game marks in hits (two) and runs (two) against Minnesota State-Moorhead (April 15)... Scored 16 runs...Had 10 extra-base hits with seven doubles and three home runs (both career highs)...Had a .956 fielding percentage. 2009 (Junior): Received a medical redshirt after competing in four games...Started all four games at catcher...Had a .250 batting average (3-for-12) during that time, hitting one home run and one double while scoring two runs with three RBI. 2008 (Sophomore): Named to NCC Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll...Appeared in 45 games with 44 starts as a catcher...Enjoyed five multiple RBI and three multi-hit games...Set new personal single-game marks in hits (two, May 3 vs. St Cloud State), runs (two, April 24 at Valley City State), and RBI (three, April 15 vs. St. Cloud State)...Opened the season with a trio of RBI vs. South Dakota State (Feb. 9) and hit the mark again vs. St. Cloud State (April 15)...Caught 15 batters stealing... Held a career-best six game hit streak (April 8 vs. Mayville State to April 15 vs. St. Cloud State...Second on the team in putouts (141) and fourth in assists (38)...Earned second letter. 2007 (Freshman): Appeared in 36 games and made 33 starts, including 31 at catcher...UND was 16-15 when Roth started behind the plate and 7-13 when someone else started...Threw out 10 would-be base stealers...Logged her first career hit vs. Wilmington (March 9)...Drove in the first run of her career the following game vs. St. Thomas Aquinas (March 10)...Earned first letter. Before UND: A 2006 graduate of Mounds View High School...Lettered three times in softball as a catcher and was a twotime all section pick...Also earned all-conference honors and served as a team captain for two years...Was a three-time academic letterwinner. Personal: Majoring in criminal justice...Member of the National Honor Society...Daughter of Frank and Audrey Roth.

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2011 Player bios

Year 2007 2008 2009 2010

AVG GP .169 36 .161 45 .250 4 .176 50 .172 135

AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG BB SO 65 7 11 2 0 0 5 13 .200 8 21 118 17 19 6 0 2 16 31 .263 23 48 12 2 3 1 0 1 3 7 .583 1 5 108 16 19 7 0 3 9 45 .324 15 39 303 42 52 16 0 6 33 96 .283 47 113

* Missed most of 2009 due to injury

Game Highs Hits: 2 (5x), most recent 4/24/10 vs. South Dakota Runs: 2 (5x), most recent 4/15/10 vs. Minnesota State, Moorhead RBI: 3 (2x), most recent 4/15/08 vs. St. Cloud State Hitting Streak: 6 games, 4/8/08 vs. Mayville State to 4/15/08 vs. St. Cloud State

Career Firsts Game: 3/9/07 vs. Wilmington Hit: 3/9/07 vs. Wilmington HR: 3/10/08 vs. St. Thomas Aquinas

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Maggie O’Neal Outfield

O’Neal’s Career Statistics

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Year: Junior Bats: Right Throws: Right Hometown: Overland Park, Kan. High School: Shawnee Mission South High School Major: Physical Education 2010 (Sophomore): Played in 43 games making 38 starts in the outfield...Had a .203 batting average (19-for-94)...Had a perfect 1.00 fielding percentage...Had a .213 slugging percentage and a .272 onbase percentage...Scored six runs and collected four RBI...Added seven walks.

Year 2009 2010

AVG .196 .202 .199

GP 41 43 84

AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG BB 97 6 19 3 1 0 9 24 .247 8 94 6 19 1 0 0 4 21 .223 7 191 12 38 4 1 0 13 45 .230 15

SO 24 25 49

SB 0-0 1-1 1-1

Game Highs Hits: 3 (2x), most recent 4/15/09 vs. Minnesota, Crookston Runs: 4, 4/15/09 vs. Minnesota, Crookston (tied school record) RBI: 2, 4/15/09 vs. Minnesota, Crookston Hitting Streak: 4, 3/28/10-4/10/10, 4 hits

Career Firsts Game: 2/7/09 vs. Nebraska Hit: 2/8/09 vs. Dayton HR: None

2009 (Freshman): Started 41 of 42 games played, 39 in the outfield (two as designated hitter)...Had a .196 batting average (19-for-97)...Was one of three players to hit a triple...Had a .264 on-base percentage and a .247 slugging percentage...Tallied nine RBI while scoring six runs... Had three doubles, eight walks and two sacrifices...Had two threehit games (Feb. 27: 3-for-3, three singles; April 15: 3-for-5, one triple, one double, one single, four runs and two RBI)...Defensively, tallied 45 putouts and one assist while committing three errors. Before UND: A 2008 graduate of Shawnee Mission South High School... Lettered four times in softball as a center/right fielder...Earned All-Sun Country and All-Sunflower League honorable mention her senior year...Named to the All-Sun Country and All-Sunflower League second team in 2007...Four-year member of the honor roll. Personal: Majoring in physical education with a coaching minor... Daughter of Keith and Lori O’Neal of Overland Park, Kan.

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Pitcher/Infield #3 Year: Junior Bats: Right Throws: Right Hometown: Chico, Calif. High School: Chico High School Major: Nursing 2010 (Sophomore): Named to Great West Conference All-Academic Team...Made 21 appearances and 11 starts pitching...Finished the season 1-8 with a 5.91 ERA and a .307 average against...Started seven games at first base and one as the designated hitter...Had a .154 batting average, .290 on base percentage and a .192 slugging percentage... Went 3-for-4 in stolen bases...Came within one out of pitching a nohitter against Dakota Wesleyan (April 2)...Finished the season with 64.0 innings pitched and 37 strikeouts. 2009 (Freshman): Started in 40 games (20 pitching, 18 first base, two designated hitter)...Had a .206 batting average (21-for-102)...Led the team in stolen bases (2-for-2), was second in home runs (five) and RBI (18) and fourth in total bases (40)...Scored 13 runs while earning 11 walks and two sacrifices...Went 3-16 on the season with a 6.72 ERA in 108.1 innings pitched...Led the team in innings pitched, games started, appearances (23), strikeouts (85), strikeouts looking (28) and opponent batting average (.314)...Defensively, had 145 putouts (second on the team) and 30 assists (fourth on the team) while committing three errors. Before UND: A 2008 graduate of Chico High School...Two-time softball letterwinner as a pitcher...In two years, struck out 216 hitters in 193 innings and led the league with 144 strikeouts as a sophomore... Earned all-league and all-section honors as a sophomore...Played for ASA team Chico Starz in 2007...Finished 25-11 with a 1.32 earned run average and 79 strikeouts in 84 innings. Personal: Majoring in nursing...Daughter of Zoo and Mary Younan.

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Younan’s Career Statistics Year 2009 2010

ERA W-L G/GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER 8.64 3-16 23/20 12 1/0 0 108.1 144 134 104 5.91 1-8 21/11 4 0/1 0 64.0 77 57 42 7.62 4-24 44/31 16 1/1 0 172.1 221 191 146

Year 2009 2010

AVG .206 .154 .195

GP 41 15 56

BB SO WP 92 85 41 47 37 30 139 122 71

AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG BB 102 13 21 4 0 5 18 40 .392 11 26 4 4 1 0 0 1 6 .230 4 128 17 25 5 0 5 19 46 .351 15

Game Highs Hits: 4, 4/15/09 vs. Minnesota, Crookston Runs: 3, 4/15/09 vs. Minnesota, Crookston RBI: 5, 2/8/09 vs. Northern Iowa Hitting Streak: 2 (3x)

Career Firsts Game: 2/7/09 vs. Nebraska Hit: 2/8/09 vs. Northern Iowa HR: 2/8/09 vs. Northern Iowa

SO 34 18 52

SB 2-2 3-4 5-6


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Brittany Baker

Catcher/Utility #17

Baker’s Career Statistics

Year 2010

AVG .143 .143

GP AB 27 56 27 56

R 2 2

H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG BB 8 3 0 1 4 14 .250 6 8 3 0 1 4 14 .250 6

SO 29 29

SB 0-1 0-1

Game Highs Year: Sophomore Bats: Right Throws: Right Hometown: Buena Park, Calif. High School: Cypress High School Major: Undecided 2010 (Freshman): Appeared in 27 games starting in 19...Collected eight hits including three doubles and one home run...Had four RBI, two runs scored and six walks.

Hits: 1 (8x) Runs: 1 (2x) RBI: 1 (4x) Hitting Streak: 4, 2/26/10-2/28/10, 4 hits

Career Firsts Game: 2/14/10 vs. Valparaiso Hit: 2/26/10 vs. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi HR: 4/2/10 vs. Dakota Wesleyan

Before UND: A 2009 graduate of Cypress High School...Four-time softball letterwinner as a first baseman/catcher...Named teams most inspirational and best defensive player. Personal: Major is undecided...Daughter of Bat and Jean Baker.

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Cami Bennett

Infield/Outfield #3

Bennett’s Career Statistics

Year 2010

AVG .299 .299

GP AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG BB 51 167 26 50 3 1 0 10 55 .329 11 51 167 26 50 3 1 0 10 55 .329 11

Game Highs Year: Sophomore Bats: Left Throws: Right Hometown: Grants Pass, Ore. High School: Grants Pass High School Major: Undecided 2010 (Freshman): Named to the Great West Conference All-Second Team... Named to the GWC All-Tournament Team...Was third on the team with a .299 batting average, second in runs scored with 26 and second in hits with 50...Had 10 RBI and five stolen bases...Had a .950 fielding percentage. Before UND: A 2009 graduate of Grants Pass High School...Four-time letterwinner as a second baseman/outfielder...Was named second team all-conference in 2007-09 (honorable mention in 2006)...Had a .447 batting average, .737 slugging percentage and .488 on-base percentage her senior year...Helped lead Grants Pass High School to an Oregon 6A state championship in 2008...Also competed in volleyball and basketball as a prep. Personal: Bennett.

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Hits: 3 (3x), most recent 5/1/10 at South Dakota Runs: 2 (3x), most recent 4/15/10 vs. Minnesota State, Moorhead RBI: 2, 3/19/10 vs. Bucknell Hitting Streak: 7, 4/27/10-5/16/10, 7 hits

Career Firsts Game: 2/13/10 vs. Dayton Hit: 2/14/10 vs. Valparaiso HR: none

SO 20 20

SB 5-9 5-9


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Michelle Frank Pitcher

Frank’s Career Statistics

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Year: Sophomore Bats: Right Throws: Right Hometown: Chaska, Minn. High School: Chaska High School Major: Undecided

Year 2010

ERA W-L G/GS CG SHO SV 6.17 5-9 22/14 5 0/0 1 6.17 5-9 22/14 5 0/0 1

Year 2010

AVG .125 .25

GP AB 4 8 4 8

R 0 0

IP H 84.2 115 84.2 115

R 85 85

ER BB SO WP 58 31 66 11 58 31 66 11

H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG BB 1 0 0 0 0 1 .125 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 .125 0

SO 3 3

SB 0-0 0-0

Game Highs Innings Pitched: 8.2, 4/24/10 vs. South Dakota Strikeouts: 7, 4/15/10 vs. Minnesota State, Moorhead

Career Firsts 2010 (Freshman): Named Great West Conference Player of the Week (3/30/10) after going 2-0 in the GWC Early Tournament in Dallas, Tex., where she posted a 0.00 ERA in 16.2 innings pitched with 16 strikeouts and holding batters to a .203 average...Finished the season with a 5-9 record...Had 66 strikeouts in 84.2 innings pitched...Went 1-0 in the GWC Tournament giving up four hits and one walk in 4.1 innings.

Game: 2/13/10 vs. Dayton, 1.2 IP, 1 SV, Start: 2/14/10 vs. Green Bay Complete Game: 3/19/10 vs. Utah Valley Shutout: none

Before UND: A 2009 graduate of Chaska High School...Two-time softball letterwinner as a pitcher...Earned the Predator Award for on-field outstanding performance during the 2007-08 American Softball Association 18U Nationals... Pitched 259 innings in 2008 with 251 strike outs to 47 walks and an 1.78 earnedrun average for the Hawks...2009 team MVP helping her team finish second in sections...Played for the Minnesota Sting Elite where her team finished in top-10 at nationals and won the 18U Minnesota State Tournament. Personal: Major is undecided...Daughter of Rick and Mary Frank of Chaska, Minn.

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Gronseth’s Career Statistics

Emma Gronseth Pitcher

#8

Year: Sophomore Bats: Right Throws: Right Hometown: Forest Grove, Ore. High School: Forest Grove High School Major: Undecided

Year 2010

ERA W-L G/GS CG SHO SV IP H R 5.18 10-16 30/26 19 4/0 0 154.2 195 115 5.18 10-16 30/26 19 4/0 0 154.2 195 115

Year 2010

AVG .104 .104

GP AB 22 48 22 48

R 2 2

H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG BB 5 2 0 0 6 7 .145 8 5 2 0 0 6 7 .145 8

Game Highs Innings Pitched: 8, 3/6/10 vs. Tulsa Strikeouts: 8, 3/26/10 vs. South Dakota

Career Firsts 2010 (Freshman): Named to the Great West Conference AllTournament Team...Led the team with 154.2 innings pitched... Concluded the season with a 10-16 record...Had a 5.18 ERA and a .308 average against...Collected 107 strikeouts to only 41 walks...Had 19 complete games and four shutouts...Pitched a five-inning one hitter against Dakota Wesleyan (April 2)...Went 2-0 in the GWC championship run with a 1.15 ERA, 10 strikeouts and a .184 average against...Pitched a complete-game shutout in the GWC championship game going seven innings, giving up two hits and two walks while striking out five in a 1-0 win. Before UND: A 2009 graduate of Forest Grove High School...Four-time letterwinner as a pitcher/outfielder...Co-pitcher of the year in 2006... Second-team all-state in 2007, 2009 (honorable mention in 2008)...In 170 innings pitched held her opponents to a 0.99 earned run average with 227 strikeouts...6A state champions in 2007 and league champions in 2006. Personal: Major is undecided...Daughter of Eric and Chris Gronseth of Forest Grove, Ore.

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ER BB SO WP 89 41 107 8 89 41 107 8

Game: 2/13/10 vs. Dayton Start: 2/13/10 vs. Dayton, W Complete Game: 2/26/10 vs. Houston Baptist Shutout: 2/26/10 vs. Houston Baptist

SO 24 24

SB 2-3 2-3


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Kenna Olsen

Designated Player #5

Olsen’s Career Statistics

Year 2010

AVG .184 .184

GP AB 25 49 25 49

R 4 4

H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG BB 9 0 0 3 6 21 .367 7 9 0 0 3 6 21 .367 7

SO 10 10

SB 2-2 2-2

Game Highs Year: Sophomore Bats: Right Throws: Right Hometown: Issaquah, Wash. High School: Issaquah High School Major: Sports Medicine 2010 (Freshman): Appeared in 25 games making 18 starts...Hit three home runs...Collected six RBI, seven walks and scored four runs.

Hits: 2, 4/11/10 at Missouri-Kansas City Runs: 2, 4/24/10 vs. South Dakota RBI: 2, 4/24/10 vs. South Dakota Hitting Streak: 5, 4/2/10-4/24/10, 6 hits

Career Firsts Game: 2/13/10 vs. Dayton Hit: 2/27/10 vs. Houston Baptist HR: 4/24/10 vs. South Dakota

Before UND: A 2009 graduate of Issaquah High School...Four-time softball letterwinner as a first baseman/catcher...Set new school record for doubles and RBI...Was team captain her senior year...Named to all-league team from 2007-09...Helped lead her team to a 16-0 championship in 2008...Was awarded 2007 City of Issaquah Youth Leadership of the Year Award. Personal: Plans to major in athletic training/sports medicine... Daughter of Rick and Pam Olsen of Issaquah, Wash.

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Olsons Career Statistics

Kelsey Olson

Infield

#10

Year 2010

AVG DNP DNP

GP AB

Game Highs Year: Redshirt Freshman Bats: Left Throws: Right Hometown: Minnetonka, Minn. High School: Minnetonka High School Major: Physical Therapy 2010 (Freshman): Redshirted. Before UND: A 2009 graduate of Minnetonka High School...Threetime letterwinner as a shortstop...Was named all-conference in 2008 and 2009...All-section in 2008 and first team all-state in 2009...Had a .408 batting average her senior year...Was on the 2009 Minnesota state high school all-star team...Holds school record for most doubles in one season...Also competed in basketball as a prep. Personal: Plans to major in physical therapy...Daughter of Rick Olson and Pat Henderson.

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Hits: none Runs: none RBI: none Hitting Streak: none

Career Firsts Game: none Hit: none HR: none

R

H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG BB

SO

SB


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Kayelee Schoeny Outfield

#00

Year 2010

AVG .307 .307

GP AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG BB 50 140 15 43 4 1 0 10 49 .350 4 50 140 15 43 4 1 0 10 49 .350 4

SO 21 21

SB 15-19 15-19

Game Highs Year: Sophomore Bats: Left Throws: Right Hometown: Redlands, Calif. High School: East Redlands High School Major: Criminal Justice 2010 (Freshman): Named to the Great West Conference All-Second Team...Played and started 50 games in the outfield...Had the second highest batting average on the team at .307...Went 15-of19 in stolen base attempts...Collected 10 RBI and 15 runs scored...Hit one triple (first collegiate game on Feb. 13)...Had two three-hit games (April 15 and April 28)...Hit 12 sacrifices.

Hits: 3 (2x), most recent 4/28/10 at Wisconsin Runs: 2 (2x), most recent 4/15/10 vs. Minnesota State, Moorhead RBI: 2, 4/27/10 at Green Bay Hitting Streak: 6, 4/10/10-4/15/10, 10 hits

Career Firsts Game: 2/13/10 vs. Dayton Hit: 4/13/10 vs. Dayton HR: none

Before UND: A 2009 graduate of East Redlands High School...Twotime softball letterwinner...Named to Citrus Belt League first team... Team MVP freshman year...Was team captain senior year. Personal: Plans to major in criminal justice and minor in coaching... Daughter of Ron Schoeny of Redlands, Calif.

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Sippola’s Career Statistics

Lindy Sippola Infield

#13

Year: Sophomore Bats: Right Throws: Right Hometown: Grants Pass, Ore. High School: Grants Pass High School Major: Business 2010 (Freshman): Named Great West Conference Rookie of the Year...Named to the GWC All-Second Team...Named to the GWC AllTournament Team...Played and started 45 games in the infield... Finished the season with a .281 batting average and a .504 slugging percentage...Was second on the team with seven home runs and 31 RBI...Added six doubles for 13 extra-base hits...Scored 17 runs...Was third on the team with 17 walks...Stole four bases...Had a .934 fielding percentage. Before UND: A 2009 graduate of Grants Pass High School...Four-time letterwinner playing first base, third base shortstop and the outfield... Was named first team all-conference in 2006, second team allconference in 2009 and honorable mention in 2007-08...Helped lead her team to a 6A state championship in 2008. Personal: Plans to major in business...Daughter of Alan and Beth Sippola of Grants Pass, Ore.

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Year 2010

AVG .281 .281

GP AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG BB 45 121 17 34 6 0 7 31 54 .504 17 45 121 17 34 6 0 7 31 54 .504 17

Game Highs Hits: 3, 4/15/10 vs. Minnesota State, Moorhead Runs: 2 (5x), most recent 4/27/10 at Green Bay RBI: 5, 4/10/10 vs. South Dakota Hitting Streak: 7, 3/27/10-4/10/10, 11 hits

Career Firsts Game: 2/13/10 vs. Dayton Hit: 2/14/10 vs. Green Bay HR: 3/7/10 at Tulsa

SO 23 23

SB 4-6 4-6


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Jessie St. Marie

Catcher/Outfield #22 Year: Sophomore Bats: Right Throws: Right Hometown: Zumbrota, Minn. High School: Zumbrota-Mazeppa High School Major: Marketing 2010 (Freshman): Started three games making 20 appearances...Had a .250 batting average (3-for-12)...Scored six runs...Collected five walks.

St. Marie’s Career Statistics

Year 2010

AVG .250 .250

GP AB 20 12 20 12

R 6 6

H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG BB 3 0 0 0 0 3 .250 5 3 0 0 0 0 3 .250 5

SO 7 7

SB 0-1 0-1

Game Highs Hits: 1 (3x) Runs: 2, 3/19/10 vs. Utah Valley RBI: none Hitting Streak: 2

Career Firsts Game: 2/13/10 vs. Northern Iowa Hit :3/19/10 vs. Utah Valley HR: none

Before UND: A 2009 graduate of Zumbrota-Mazeppa High School... Four-time softball letterwinner as an outfielder/catcher...HVL allconference in 2009...First team all-state catcher in 2009...Participant in 2009 Minnesota All-Star Series...Helped her high school team to the 2008 state tournament for the first time in school history...Holds the home run record at ZMHS...Also participated in basketball where she was awarded “Miss Hustle” in 2008 and 2009. Personal: Major is marketing with a minor in psychology...Daughter of Scott and Kim St. Marie of Zumbrota, Minn.

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abby jo thometich Pitcher

#9

Year: Sophomore Bats: Right Throws: Right Hometown: Aberdeen, Wash. High School: Aberdeen High School Major: Forensic Science 2010 (Freshman): Made 10 appearances as a relief pitcher...Had a 0-1 record...Pitched 17.2 innings with an 4.58 ERA...Had four strikeouts... Had her best performance against South Dakota going 6.1 innings while allowing one run (zero earned) off five hits. Before UND: A 2009 graduate of Aberdeen High School...Four-time letterwinner as a pitcher/first baseman...Pitched every varsity game for her team from 2007-09 (started every game 2006-09)...Team captain from 2007-09...Current record holder of 537 strikeouts at Aberdeen High School...Set school record for most strikeouts in a single varsity conference game of 18...Voted first team all-conference 2008-09 (second team in 2007). Personal: Major is forensic science with a minor in criminal justice... Daughter of Bill and Sandy Tometich of Aberdeen, Wash.

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Thometich’s Career Statistics Year

ERA W-L G/GS CG SHO SV

IP

H

R

2010

4.58

0-1

10

0

0/1

0

17.2

24

15

9

6

4

1

4.58

0-1

10

0

0/1

0

17.2

24

15

9

6

4

1

Game Highs Innings Pitched: 6.1, 4/11/10 vs. South Dakota Strikeouts: 1 (4x)

Career Firsts Game: 2/13/10 at Northern Iowa Start: none Complete Game: none Shutout: none

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Caralyn Chewning

Kayla Goerke

Infield/Pitcher #8

Infield

Year: Freshman Bats: Left Throws: Right Hometown: Willamina, Ore. High School: Willamina High School Major: Undeclared

Year: Freshman Bats: Right Throws: Right Hometown: Monticello, Minn. High School: Monticello High School Major: Undeclared

Before UND: A 2010 graduate of Willamina High School in Willamina, Ore...Named Oregon Class 3A pitcher of the year and co-pitcher of the year (2008-09)...Named to the all-state team four times (2007-10)... Finished runner-up in the 3A Oregon State Tournament in 2009...Struck out 14 batters in the game allowing one earned run. Personal: Plans to major in nursing...Daughter of Brad and Detonia Chewning.

Courtney Gonzales

#26

Before UND: A 2010 graduate of Monticello High School in Monitcello, Minn...Two-year letterwinner in softball...Academic all-conference in 2010...National Honor Society from 2008-10. Personal: Plans to major in exercise science and physical therapy... Daughter of Reinhardt and Brenda Goerke.

D Jantzer

Catcher/Outfield #12

Infield

Year: Freshman Bats: Right Throws: Right Hometown: Costa Mesa, Calif. High School: Edison High School Major: Undeclared

Year: Freshman Bats: Left Throws: Right Hometown: Grants Pass, Ore. High School: Grants Pass High School Major: Undeclared

Before UND: A 2010 graduate of Edison High School in Huntington Beach, Calif...Four-year letterwinner in softball as a catcher and outfielder...Sunset league champions in 2009...Named team’s most valuable player in 2010, Sunset League first team in 2010 and 2008... Sunset League Offensive Player of the Year 2008. Personal: Major is undecided...Daughter of Joseph and Deanna Gonzales.

#15

Before UND: A 2010 graduate of Grants Pass High School in Grants Pass, Ore...Four-year letterwinner in softball...Named three-time All-Southwest Conference (first team in 2009, second team in 200708)...2009 ASA 16A National Champion with Northwest Blaze...2008 and 2010 Oregon 6A State Champion with Grants Pass High School...2007 ASA 16A Western National Champion and 2006 NSA Western World Series Champion...Had five career no hitters and two perfect games... Hit 12 career home runs and had a .400-plus batting average. Personal: Plans to major in business...Daughter of Gary and Lisa Jantzer.

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Amanda Johnson Infield

#44

Year: Freshman Bats: Right Throws: Right Hometown: Ashby, Minn. High School: Ashby High School Major: Undeclared Before UND: A 2010 graduate of Ashby High School...Six-year letterwinner in softball playing centerfield, shortstop and second base...Named all-state from 2008-10 (honorable mention in 2007)...Hit 26 career home runs...Also was a four-year letterwinner in basketball and volleyball...Scored 1,000-plus points in basketball (second all-time leading scorer). Personal: Major undecided...Daughter of Dale Alstead and Kathy Johnson.

Mollory tacdol Outfield

#24

Before UND: A 2010 graduate of South Medford High School in Medford, Ore...Four-year letterwinner in softball as a utility player... Name the team’s most inspirational player (2010), offensive player of the year (2009), defensive player of the year (2008) and most valuable player (2007)...Hit .292 her senior season with two home runs, one triple, six doubles, 15 singles and nine walks. Personal: Major is undecided...Daughter of Paul and DiDi Tacdol.

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Outfield

#7

Year: Freshman Bats: Left Throws: Right Hometown: New York Mills, Minn. High School: New York Mills High School Major: Undeclared Before UND: A 2010 graduate New York Mills High School...Fiveyear letterwinner in softball as a pitcher/second baseman...Named all-conference (2009-10), all-team (2010) and most valuable player (2010). Personal: Plans to major in criminal justice/political science...Daughter of Scott and Karla McCall.

Lexa twist

Year: Freshman Bats: Right Throws: Right Hometown: Medford, Ore. High School: South Medford High School Major: Undeclared

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Pitcher

#1

Year: Freshman Bats: Right Throws: Right Hometown: Regina, Saskatchewan High School: St. Mary’s Academy Major: Undeclared Before UND: A 2010 graduate of St. Mary’s Academy in Winnipeg, Manitoba...Named defensive player of the year on her traveling team from 2005-09 and offensive player of the year in 2008. Personal: Plans to major in business management...Daughter of Lisa Twist.


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Kendra Wright

Brandee Ybarra

Outfield/Infield #4

Infield

Year: Freshman Bats: Left Throws: Right Hometown: Olathe, Kan. High School: Olathe Northwest High School Major: Undeclared

Year: Freshman Bats: Right Throws: Right Hometown: Riverside, Calif. High School: Ramona High School Major: Undeclared

Before UND: A 2010 graduate of Olathe Northwest High School... Four-year letterwinner in softball at second base...Kansas state softball champion in 2009 (runner-up in 2008)...Helped lead her team to three Sunflower League titles and three regional champioinships including a perfect 25-0 season in 2009...Had a career .426 average, 58 RBI, 20 doubles, .622 slugging percentage and .944 fielding percentage.

#16

Before UND: A 2010 graduate of Ramona High School...Four-time letterwinner in softball as a first baseman, catcher and outfielder... Named first team for All-Ivy League in 2007. Personal: Pre-nursing major...Daughter of Angel and Valerie Ybarra.

Personal: Plans to major in civil engineering...Daughter of Ken and Lori Wright.

Liz triplett Outfield

#48

Year: Junior Bats: Righ Throws: Right Hometown: Northfield, Minn. High School: Northfield High School Major: Nursing Before UND: Played the 2009-10 seasons for Riverland Community College in Austin, Minn...Had a .361 batting average with two home runs and 48 RBI...All-Region in 2009...A 2008 graduate of Northfield High School...Named All-Conference in 2008. Personal: Majoring in nursing...Daughter of Tim Triplett and Jeanette Johnson.

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Ed Grom GWC Commissioner

The Great West Conference is made up of 10 intercollegiate institutions that range geographically from New Jersey to Texas to California. The 10 member schools are spread out over seven states and four time zones, giving each school added exposure - both in terms of media and recruiting - in new destinations. The conference affiliation also generates much interest within the 10 institutions’ substantial alumni base.

The conference, which began as a football-only league, took a giant leap in the collegiate athletic world when the conference expanded to include several additional sports and several new members.

UND president Dr. Robert Kelley (left) and director of athletics Brian Faison announced UND’s membership into the Great West Conference in July of 2008.

Joining the league on July 10, 2008 were Houston Baptist University, New Jersey Institute of Technology, University of North Dakota, University of South Dakota, Texas-Pan American and Utah Valley University. Chicago State accepted the league’s invitation to join in October, 2008. These seven schools joined football only members Cal Poly, UC Davis and Southern Utah University to make up the 10-member league. In addition to football, championships conducted during the 2008-09 academic year were men’s and women’s cross country, men’s and women’s indoor and outdoor track and field, and men’s and women’s golf. Team sports in baseball, basketball, soccer, softball, tennis and volleyball begin league play in 2009-10. As the conference began planning for multi-team sport competition in 2009-10, several teams were added in the sports of women’s soccer and baseball to help provide a more diverse and competitive field. Delaware State, Howard and South Carolina State joined as associate members in women’s soccer, giving the Great West two, four-team divisions. The associate members, plus NJIT, make up the Eastern Division, while North Dakota, South Dakota, Houston Baptist and Utah Valley play in the West. Northern Colorado and New York Institute of Technology joined great west conference Administration as associate members in baseball, giving the Great West eight playing members. Seattle University was added as an associate member in Ed Grom, Commissioner cross country and track and field in 2009. P.O. Box 9344 Naperville, IL 60567 Officially announced Feb. 25, 2004, charter members of the Great West P: (630) 428-4492 Football Conference were California Polytechnic State University; UniF: (630) 548-0705 versity of California, Davis; North Dakota State University; University E-mail: grom@gwconference.org of Northern Colorado; South Dakota State University; and Southern Utah University. Conference competition began on Sept. 4, 2004 with UC Davis scoring a 52-0 win over South Dakota State and Northern Colorado notching a 15-13 win over North Dakota State.

The Great West continues its proud tradition in football and has been rated as one of the best in Football Championship Subdivision and ahead of Football Bowl Subdivision leagues such as the Mid-American Conference and the Sun Belt. The Great West Conference recognizes student-athletes on both a weekly and full-season basis. Individual awards include players of the week; all-conference teams; an academic all-conference team; and player, newcomer and coach of the year awards. The league also crowns team champions for both regular season and post-season competition. The governance of the Great West Conference remains primarily with the member institutions. Each member institution is represented on the President’s Council by its respective CEO. The general operations and management of the Conference will be conducted by the directors of athletics and senior woman administrators (Joint Council). Scheduling of contests, assignment of officials and certain media relations functions remain with member institutions.

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Mike Sharpe, Assistant Commissioner P: (816) 210-4305 E-mail: sharpe@gwconference.org Jacque Cottrell, Director of Media Relations P: (713) 305-8614 E-mail: cottrell@gwconference.org Cliff Martin, Media Relations Assistant P: (214) 770-6463 E-mail: martin@gwconference.org


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Bethune-Cookman

Bradley

California State-Northridge

Location........................................ Daytona Beach, Fla. Enrollment............................................................... 3,594 Nickname........................................................... Wildcats Colors................................................. Maroon and Gold Conference.................................Mid-Eastern Athletic President................................. Dr. Trudie Kebbe Reed Athletics Director...................... Lynn W. Thompson Home Field.......................................... Sunnyland Park

Location............................................................ Peoria, Ill. Enrollment............................................................... 5,801 Nickname............................................................... Braves Colors....................................................... Red and White Conference............................................Missouri Valley President...........................................Joanne K. Glasser Athletics Director.......................... Dr. Michael Cross Home Field.................................... Laura Bradley Park

Location............................................. Northridge, Calif. Enrollment.............................................................34,560 Nickname......................................................... Matadors Colors...........................................Red, White and Black Conference........................................................ Big West President............................................ Dr. Jolene Kester Athletics Director..................................Rick Mazzuto Home Field.................................... Matador Diamond

Head Coach.............................Chris Cohran, 1st year Record at School........................................................0-0 Career Record.........................................................same

Head Coach................................Amy Hayes, 3rd year Record at School...................................................41-62 Career Record...................................................254-238

Head Coach............................Tairia Flowers, 1st year Record at School........................................................0-0 Career Record.........................................................same

2010 Overall Record...........................................32-23 2010 Conference Record.......................................n/a Postseason (if any).....................................................4-0

2010 Overall Record...........................................15-34 2010 Conference Record.................................... 5-21 Postseason (if any).....................................................n/a

2010 Overall Record...........................................31-22 2010 Conference Record.................................... 15-6 Postseason (if any).....................................................n/a

All-Time Series........................................First meeting

All-Time Series................................ Bradley leads 1-0

All-Time Series....................................CSUN leads 3-0

Website....................................www.b-cathletics.com

Website...............................www.bradleybraves.com

Website...................................www.gomatadors.com

California Riverside

Concordia-St. Paul

Creighton

Location..................................................Riverside, Calif. Enrollment.............................................................20,510 Nickname....................................................Highlanders Colors........................................................ Blue and Gold Conference........................................................ Big West Chancellor......................................... Timothy P. White Athletics Director................................ Stan Morrison Home Field............................... Amy S. Harrison Field

Location................................................... St. Paul, Minn. Enrollment............................................................... 1,893 Nickname..................................................Golden Bears Colors.......................................... Navy and Vegas Gold Conference................ Northern Sun Intercollegiate President..............................................Dr. Robert Holst Athletics Director................................Tom Rubbelke Home Field........................................... Carlander Field

Location..................................................... Omaha, Neb. Enrollment............................................................... 7,662 Nickname............................................................Bluejays Colors...................................................... Blue and White Conference............................................Missouri Valley President...............................Rv. John P. Schlegel, S.J. Athletics Director......................... Bruce Rasmussen Home Field.................... Creighton Sports Complex

Head Coach......................Connie Miner, 8th season Record at School..............................................125-258 Career Record...................................................477-667

Head Coach....................................................Bob Bartel Record at School..............................................210-125 Career Record.........................................................same

Head Coach.........................Brent Vigness, 18th year Record at School.......................................... 553-375-2 Career Record............................................... 701-446-3

2010 Overall Record...........................................23-32 2010 Conference Record.................................... 7-14 Postseason (if any).....................................................n/a

2010 Overall Record...........................................35-17 2010 Conference Record.................................... 19-7 Postseason (if any)...............1-2 in Super Regionals

2010 Overall Record...........................................37-23 2010 Conference Record.................................... 18-7 Postseason (if any).....................................................n/a

All-Time Series........................................First meeting

All-Time Series........................................First meeting

All-Time Series........................................First meeting

Website..............................www.gohighlanders.com

Website.............................www.cugoldenbears.com

Website.................................. www.gocreighton.com

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Green Bay

Harvard

Location............................................ Des Moines, Iowa Enrollment............................................................... 5,668 Nickname...........................................................Bulldogs Colors...................................................... Blue and White Conference............................................Missouri Valley President......................................... Dr. David Maxwell Athletics Director..................Sandy Hatfield Clubb Home Field......................................................Buel Field

Location................................................. Green Bay, Wis. Enrollment............................................................... 6,549 Nickname............................................................Phoenix Colors.........................................Green, White and Red Conference..........................................Horizon League Chancellor........................................ Thmas K. Harden Athletics Director......................................Ken Bothof Home Field...........................................Ben Garot Field

Location............................................Cambridge, Mass. Enrollment............................................................... 6,715 Nickname............................................................Crimson Colors..................................Crimson, Black and White Conference....................................................Ivy League President..................................................Drew G. Faust Athletics Director............................Robert L. Scalise Home Field...............................................Soldiers Field

Head Coach.................................................Rich Calvert Record at School..............................................212-213 Career Record.........................................................same

Head Coach................................ Jean Rivett, 7th year Record at School..............................................121-134 Career Record.........................................................same

Head Coach......................Jenny Allard, 17th season Record at School.......................................... 391-311-2 Career Record.........................................................same

2010 Overall Record...........................................32-22 2010 Conference Record.................................... 8-11 Postseason (if any).....................................................n/a

2010 Overall Record...........................................27-20 2010 Conference Record.................................... 11-9 Postseason (if any).....................................................n/a

2010 Overall Record...........................................27-23 2010 Conference Record.................................... 18-5 Postseason (if any).....................................................n/a

All-Time Series....................................Drake leads 0-2

All-Time Series...........................Green Bay leads 2-1

All-Time Series.........................................first meeting

Website.........................www.godrakebulldogs.com

Website....................... www.greenbayphoenix.com

Website..................................... www.gocrimson.com

Houston Baptist

Jamestown College

Iowa State

Location.................................................. Houston, Calif. Enrollment............................................................... 2,198 Nickname.............................................................Huskies Colors.......................................Royal Blue and Orange Conference....................................................Great West President.................................. Dr. Robert B. Sloan, Jr. Athletics Director................................ Steve Moniaci Home Field.................................................. Husky Field

Location.............................................. Jamestown, N.D. Enrollment............................................................... 1,025 Nickname............................................................Jimmies Colors................................................. Orange and Black Conference.................. Dakota Athletic Conference President.............................................Dr. Robert Badal Athletics Director.............................. Lawrie Paulson Home Field................................................McElroy Park

Location........................................................ Ames, Iowa Enrollment.............................................................27,945 Nickname.......................................................... Cyclones Colors................................................ Cardinal and Gold Conference.............................................................Big 12 President................................Dr. Gregory L. Geoffroy Athletics Director..................................Jamie Pollard Home Field................ Southwest Athletic Complex

Head Coach.................Mary-Ellen Hall, 21st season Record at School..............................................639-297 Career Record.........................................................same

Head Coach.................................................... Kevin Gall Record at School..............................................287-165 Career Record.........................................................same

Head Coach.. Stacy Gemeinhardt-Ceslar, 6th year Record at School..............................................117-130 Career Record...................................................270-206

2010 Overall Record...........................................16-30 2010 Conference Record.......................................2-4 Postseason (if any).....................................................n/a

2010 Overall Record...........................................32-15 2010 Conference Record.................................... 12-4 Postseason (if any).....................................................n/a

2010 Overall Record...........................................26-29 2010 Conference Record.................................... 4-14 Postseason (if any).....................................................n/a

All-Time Series............... Houston Baptist leads 3-1

All-Time Series..................North Dakota leads 14-5

All-Time Series........................................First meeting

Website....................................www.hbuhuskies.com

Website............................ www.jimmieathletics.com

Website......................................... www.Cyclones.com

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Loyola Marymount

Mayville State

Missouria-Kansas City

Location............................................Los Angelos, Calif. Enrollment............................................................... 8,300 Nickname..................................................................Lions Colors....................................................................Crimson Conference................................Pacific Coast Softball President...............................................David Burcham Athletics Director..........................Dr. William Husak Home Field...................................................Smith Field

Location.....................................................Mayville, N.D. Enrollment...................................................................789 Nickname.............................................................Comets Colors...................................................... Blue and White Conference.......................................... Dakota Athletic President......................................................Gary Hagen Athletics Director.................................... Mike Moore Home Field......................................... Comets SB Field

Location............................................... Kansas City, Mo. Enrollment.............................................................14,221 Nickname.......................................................Kangaroos Colors........................................................ Blue and Gold Conference..........................................Summit League President......................................................Leo Morton Athletics Director............................................ Tim Hall Home Field...................................................Loyola Park

Head Coach............................. Gary Ferrin, 17th year Record at School.......................................... 548-414-1 Career Record.........................................................same

Head Coach...................... Melissa Majerus, 4th year Record at School........................................................n/a Career Record.............................................................n/a

Head Coach......................... Meredith Smith, 4th yer Record at School.................................................54-137 Career Record.........................................................same

2010 Overall Record...........................................22-96 2010 Conference Record.................................... 9-11 Postseason (if any).....................................................4-0

2010 Overall Record................................................n/a 2010 Conference Record.......................................n/a Postseason (if any).....................................................n/a

2010 Overall Record...........................................22-26 2010 Conference Record..................................12-10 Postseason (if any).....................................................n/a

All-Time Series......... Loyola Marymount leads 7-0

All-Time Series............... North Dakota leads 33-13

All-Time Series...................................UMKC leads 4-1

Website..........................................www.lmulions.com

Website....................................www.msucomets.com

Website...........................www.umkckangaroos.com

New Mexico State

Northern Colorado

Northern Iowa

Location............................................... Las Cruces, N.M. Enrollment.............................................................17,198 Nickname...............................................................Aggies Colors.............................................. Crimson and White Conference................ Western Athletic Conference President......................................Dr. Barbara Couture Athletics Director.................... Dr. McKinley Boston Home Field....................NM State Softball Complex

Location.................................................... Greeley, Colo. Enrollment.............................................................12,179 Nickname..................................................................Bears Colors........................................................ Blue and Gold Conference...........................................................Big Sky President.......................................................Kay Norton Athletics Director.....................................Jay Hinrichs Home Field............... Butler-Hancock Softball Field

Location.............................................. Cedar Falls, Iowa Enrollment.............................................................13,080 Nickname...........................................................Panthers Colors............................................Purple and Old Gold Conference............................................Missouri Valley President........................................ Dr. Benjamin Allen Athletics Director...................................Troy Dannen Home Field.....Robinson-Dresser Sports Complex

Head Coach........................ Kathy Rudolph, 8th year Record at School..............................................186-215 Career Record...................................................382-307

Head Coach................. Mark Montgomery, 1st year Record at School........................................................0-0 Career Record...................................................216-226

Head Coach..............................Ryan Jacobs, 5th year Record at School...................................................82-74 Career Record.........................................................same

2010 Overall Record...........................................27-28 2010 Conference Record.................................... 7-14 Postseason (if any).....................................................n/a

2010 Overall Record...........................................19-33 2010 Conference Record..................................10-10 Postseason (if any).....................................................n/a

2010 Overall Record...........................................28-24 2010 Conference Record..................................13-12 Postseason (if any).....................................................n/a

All-Time Series........................................First meeting

All-Time Series......... Northern Colorado leads 8-7

All-Time Series.................. Northern Iowa leads 3-1

Website..............................www.nmstatesports.com

Website.........................................www.uncbears.com

Website...................................www.unipanthers.com

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Ohio State

Oregon State

Portland State

Location............................................... Columbus, Ohio Enrollment.............................................................56,064 Nickname..........................................................Buckeyes Colors....................................................Scarlet and Grey Conference...........................................................Big Ten President.................................................E. Gordon Gee Athletics Director................................ Eugene Smith Home Field..............................................Buckeye Field

Location.................................................... Corvallis, Ore. Enrollment.............................................................21,969 Nickname.............................................................Beavers Colors................................... Orange, Black and White Conference............................................................Pac-10 President............................................Dr. Edward J. Ray Athletics Director............................... Bob De Carolis Home Field........... Oregon State Softball Complex

Location....................................................Portland, Ore. Enrollment.............................................................27,972 Nickname..............................................................Vikings Colors......................................Green, White and Silver Conference...........................................................Big Sky President.............................................. Dr. Wim Wiewel Athletics Director.............................. Torre Chisholm Home Field....................................... Erv Lind Stadium

Head Coach.......................Linda Kalafatis, 15th year Record at School..............................................493-298 Career Record............................................... 766-413-2

Head Coach........................ Kirk Walker, 17th season Record at School.......................................... 539-439-3 Career Record.........................................................same

Head Coach...................Tobin Echo-Hawk, 3rd year Record at School...................................................59-53 Career Record.........................................................same

2010 Overall Record...........................................39-14 2010 Conference Record.................................... 16-2 Postseason (if any).....................................................n/a

2010 Overall Record...........................................24-31 2010 Conference Record.................................... 4-17 Postseason (if any).....................................................n/a

2010 Overall Record...........................................30-27 2010 Conference Record.................................... 18-2 Postseason (if any)..........1-2, PCSC Championship

All-Time Series........................................First meeting

All-Time Series.....................Oregon State leads 1-0

All-Time Series.........................................first meeting

Website..................... www.ohiostatebuckeyes.com

Website.................................... www.osubeavers.com

Website............................................. www.GoViks.com

South Dakota

South Dakota State

St. Louis

Location................................................. Vermillion, S.D. Enrollment.............................................................10,151 Nickname............................................................ Coyotes Colors....................................................... Red and White Conference....................................................Great West President............................................James W. Abbott Athletics Director....................................David Sayler Home Field................................................Nygard Field

Location..................................................Brookings, S.D. Enrollment.............................................................12,816 Nickname......................................................Jackrabbits Colors.....................................................Blue and Yellow Conference..........................................Summit League President.................................... Dr. David L. Chicoine Athletics Director........................................ Justin Sell Home Field.................. Jackrabbit Softball Stadium

Location..................................................... St. Louis, Mo. Enrollment.............................................................13,785 Nickname............................................................Billikens Colors...................................................... Blue and White Conference....................................................Atlantic 10 President....................................Lawrence Biondi, S.J. Athletics Director.........................................Chris May Home Field........................Billikens Sports Complex

Head Coach................................. Amy Klyse, 4th year Record at School...............................................73-73-1 Career Record.........................................................same

Head Coach.............................Joanne Lane, 4th year Record at School.................................................46-100 Career Record......................................................61-160

Head Coach...............Christy Connoyer, 1st season Record at School........................................................0-0 Career Record.........................................................same

2010 Overall Record.......................................21-30-1 2010 Conference Record.......................................3-3 Postseason (if any)...............2nd GWC Tournament

2010 Overall Record...........................................19-32 2010 Conference Record.................................... 11-9 Postseason (if any).....................................................n/a

2010 Overall Record.......................................30-26-1 2010 Conference Record.................................12-7-1 Postseason (if any).....................................................n/a

All-Time Series...............South Dakota leads 50-28

All-Time Series............................... SDSU leads 44-16

All-Time Series........................................First meeting

Website.................................... www.usdcoyotes.com

Website............................................www.gojacks.com

Website.....................................www.slubillikens.com

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Texas-El Paso

Texas State

Tulsa

Location.....................................................El Paso, Texas Enrollment.............................................................20,000 Nickname...............................................................Miners Colors......................................Blue, Orange and Silver Conference.........................................Conference USA President........................................ Dr. Diana Natalicio Athletics Director.......................................... Bob Stull Home Field.................................... Helen of Troy Field

Location............................................San Marcos, Texas Enrollment.............................................................32,586 Nickname............................................................ Bobcats Colors................................................. Maroon and Gold Conference.....................................................Southland President......................................Dr. Denise M. trauth Athletics Director...................................Dr. Larry Teix Home Field.................................................Bobcat Field

Location.........................................................Tulsa, Okla. Enrollment............................................................... 4,165 Nickname.........................................Golden Hurricane Colors................. Old Gold, Royal Blue and Crimson Conference.........................................Conference USA President.................................. Dr. Steadman Upham Athletics Director....................Bubba Cunningham Home Field.... Donna J. Hardesty Sports Complex

Head Coach............Kathleen Rodriguez, 12th year Record at School.......................................... 166-216-1 Career Record............................................... 257-278-2

Head Coach.......................Ricci Woodard, 12th year Record at School.......................................... 368-209-1 Career Record.........................................................same

Head Coach.........................John Bargfeldt, 7th year Record at School..............................................169-115 Career Record.........................................................same

2010 Overall Record...........................................31-24 2010 Conference Record..................................11-13 Postseason (if any).....................................................n/a

2010 Overall Record...........................................27-26 2010 Conference Record..................................20-10 Postseason (if any).....................................................n/a

2010 Overall Record...........................................31-21 2010 Conference Record.................................... 14-6 Postseason (if any).....................................................n/a

All-Time Series........................................First meeting

All-Time Series........................................First meeting

All-Time Series.................................................. Tied 1-1

Website.................................www.utepathletics.com

Website............................. www.txstatebobcats.com

Website.............................. www.tulsahurricane.com

Utah Valley

Weber State

Wisconsin

Location........................................................ Orem, Utah Enrollment.............................................................32,670 Nickname...................................................... Wolverines Colors...................................................Green and White Conference.........................Great West/Pacific Coast President................................Dr. Matthew S. Holland Athletics Director.....................Michael V. Jacobsen Home Field........................ Wolverines Softball Field

Location......................................................Ogden, Utah Enrollment.............................................................23,000 Nickname........................................................... Wildcats Colors..................................................Purple and White Conference................................................ Pacific Coast President............................................Dr. F. Ann Millner Athletics Director..................................... Jerry Boyee Home Field.......................Wildcat Softball Complex

Location.................................................... Madison, Wis. Enrollment.............................................................42,041 Nickname............................................................ Badgers Colors.............................................. Cardinal and White Conference...........................................................Big Ten President....................................................Biddy Martin Athletics Director.................................. Barry Alverez Home Field..................Goodman Softball Complex

Head Coach.....................Todd Fairbourne, 13th yer Record at School.......................................... 354-287-1 Career Record.........................................................same

Head Coach.......................... Tina Johnson, 2nd year Record at School..................................................... 2-48 Career Record......................................................92-135

Head Coach.........................Yvette Healy, 1st season Record at School........................................................0-0 Career Record............................................... 109-148-1

2010 Overall Record...........................................28-31 2010 Conference Record.................................... 13-7 Postseason (if any).....................................................n/a

2010 Overall Record............................................. 2-48 2010 Conference Record.................................... 2-18 Postseason (if any).....................................................n/a

2010 Overall Record...........................................20-31 2010 Conference Record.................................... 5-13 Postseason (if any).....................................................n/a

All-Time Series.................... North Dakota leads 5-1

All-Time Series................................................... tied 1-1

All-Time Series........................... Wisconsin leads 3-1

Website..........................www.wolverinesgreen.com

Website........................www.weberstatesports.com

Website.................................... www.uwbadgers.com

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Fighting Sioux

2011 NORTH DAKOTA Softball

For the third straight tournament to open the season, the Sioux won their opening game but would drop the remaining games. The Sioux were swept in two games by Nebraska and split with Tulsa. (3-12) MARCH 13, 2010: SPRING BREAK TRIP OPENS AGAINST PAC-10 FOES WITH HOME ATMOSPHERE - EUGENE, Ore. In front of what seemed to be a home crowd in Oregon, the Sioux dropped a twin bill to Oregon State and Oregon 11-3 and 7-1, respectively. Six players on the Sioux hometowns are in Oregon or Washington.

JULY. 9, 2009: FORMER STANDOUT COCHRANE SELECTED INTO HALL OF FAME – GRAND FORKS, N.D.—A native of Portage la Prairie, Manitoba, Mikki Cochrane transferred to UND from Valley City State University prior to the 1993 season and would go on to graduate as the program’s career leader in strikeouts (494) and earned run average (2.20). Fourteen years after her graduation, Cochrane is still ranked No. 2 all-time at UND in both categories. Cochrane became the first two-time All-North Central Conference selection (1994, 1995) in UND softball history and graduated with the top three single-season strikeout totals at UND. Cochrane struck out a then-school-record 216 hitters as a senior in 1995, breaking her own record of 177 she had established the previous season. Also in 1995, Cochrane set a UND single-season record for ERA (1.26) that still stands to this day. She led all NCAA Division II players in strikeouts per game in 1994 and ranked second in 1995. Cochrane, who also played for the Canadian National Team, was named to the Academic All-District second team following her senior year. (1-0) FEB. 13, 2010: SIOUX DOWN DAYTON IN SEASON OPENER – CEDAR FALLS, Iowa. - UND kicked off its 2010 season with a win over Dayton in the first game of the Ramada UNI-Dome Classic, 3-2. The Sioux improved its all-time season opening record to 10-24. Emma Gronseth picked up the win in her first collegiate start limiting Dayton to five hits. (1-1) FEB. 13, 2010: UND DROPS OPENING-DAY FINALE AGAINST HOST UNI – CEDAR FALLS, Iowa. - The Sioux dropped its opening-day finale against host Northern Iowa in the Ramada-UNI Dome Classic, 13-6. Kristi Alcorn hit the team’s first home run of the season for an early 1-0 lead, but the Panthers exploded for 10 runs during the second and third innings. “The UNI game was a good battle of adversity for us,” head coach Sami Strinz said. “We had some opportunities early in the game to not let the big inning happen but this was a learning experience for us. I was really happy with our battle and fight.” (1-3) FEB. 14, 2010: BATS GO COLD TO CONCLUDE RAMADA-UNI DOME CLASSIC – CEDAR FALLS, Iowa – UND dropped a pair of games on the final day of the UNI tournament. Cami Bennett led the team with two of their five hits in a 9-1 loss to Valparaiso while six batters connected for individual hits in a 5-0 loss to Green Bay.

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(2-3) FEB. 26, 2010: GRONSETH EARNS FIRST COMPLETE-GAME SHUTOUT – CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas – In the first game of the Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Classic Tournament, Emma Gronseth pitched her first complete-game. She collected six strikeouts while surrendering only five hits and one walk. Cami Bennett went 3-for-4 with two runs and one RBI. “Emma threw a great game for our first shutout of the year,” Strinz said. “Our hitters did a great job of making adjustments at the plate and continuing to apply pressure. It was a great team effort.” (2-4) FEB. 26, 2010: TOURNAMENT HOST EARNS COMBACK WIN OVER SIOUX –CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas – UND jumped out to an early lead but could not hold on as Texas A&M-Corpus Christi battled back to an 11-5 win. The Sioux tallied four runs in the first inning and Casie Hanson went 3-for-4 from the plate with a triple, one RBI and one run. (2-6) FEB. 27, 2010: SIOUX SQUANDER EARLY OPPORTUNITIES, ALLOW COSTLY BIG INNINGS – CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas – Reaching third base with less than two outs in each of the first three innings, UND failed to score helping Houston Baptist edge the Sioux 6-4. Casie Hanson hit a three-run homer late in the game but the comeback attempt was cut short. In the nightcap, for the second straight day the Islanders put together a big inning. This time they scored seven runs in the third inning to ease its way to a 9-3 win. (2-7) FEB. 28, 2010: WARHAWKS SQUEEK BY SIOUX – CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas – UND concluded action at the Texas A&M Corpus ChristiHoliday Inn Emerald Beach Classic rallying from an early three-run deficit, but came up short as the Lousiana-Monroe Warhawks had an RBI double with two outs in the bottom of the seventh inning to win 4-3. (3-10) MARCH 6-7, 2010: SIOUX GO 1-3 AT TULSA TOURNAMENT, HANSON REGAINS HOME RUN RECORD – TULSA, Okla. - It took extra innings Saturday afternoon in the first game of the Embassy Suites Festival for North Dakota, but the Sioux softball team came up with a big win over host Tulsa, 2-1, in eight innings. Senior Casie Hanson (St. Peter, Minn.) regained sole position of first place of career home runs in program history, bolting her 26th of her career to surpass Nicole Puerling (2006-09).

“It was nice to play in front of our friends and families,” Strinz said. “We actually had more fans than both OSU and Oregon. It was almost like a home game.” (3-14) MARCH 14, 2010: SIOUX FALL TO BOISE STATE, OREGON – EUGENE, Ore. - The University of North Dakota softball team dropped a pair of games to conclude action in Oregon headed south to California where they played nine games over five days (March 16-20). The Sioux opened today with a 4-1 setback to Boise State (4-13) before falling 12-0 to Oregon (17-5) at Howe Field. Senior Casie Hanson continued to provide much of the offense for the Sioux with a 4-for-5 day from the plate improving her season batting average to .438. (3-15) MARCH 16, 2010: MATADORS SURVIVE LATE SIOUX RALLY ATTEMPT – NORTHRIDGE, Calif.- After falling behind by a large deficit early, UND put together a late inning rally attempt that was cut just short against California State-Northridge. The Matadors held on for a 9-7 victory at Matador Diamond. Senior Kristi Alcorn led the Sioux offense with two clutch doubles going 2-for-4 with five RBI and one run scored. “We are so close to getting over the hump,” Strinz said. “We keep fighting which I am proud of. We were in the game and just came up short. Kristi did a great job of hitting with runners in scoring position getting five RBI. I am really proud of our fight though.” (3-17) MARCH 18, 2010: SIOUX DROP DUO TO TOREROS – SAN DIEGO, Calif. – The Sioux dropped a pair of games to the University of San Diego Toreros leading into its last stop of their 10day spring break trek in Los Angelos, Calif. The Toreros edged the Sioux 4-2 before winning 11-1 at the USD Softball Complex in San Diego, Calif. (4-18) MARCH 18, 2010: A RAY OF SUNSHINE – LOS ANGELES, Calif. – UND split its opening-day action in the 2010 Crown Plaza LAX Showcase, earning a 7-3 win over Utah Valley before dropping a heartbreaker to host Loyola Marymount 5-4 in extra innings. Kristi Alcorn went 5-for-6 on the day with two home runs and one triple, scoring two runs and collecting five RBIl. The win snapped an 11-game losing streak.


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(5-19) MARCH 19, 2010: SIOUX EARN SPLIT FOR SECOND CONSECUTIVE DAY – LOS ANGELES, Calif. - After its second day of action in the 2010 Crown Plaza LAX Showcase, UND finds itself with a .500 mark with another two-game split. The Sioux never trailed as they pick up their second win of the tournament against Great West Conference foe Utah Valley before falling to Bucknell 7-4. The Sioux improved to 3-1 on the year against GWC opponents. MARCH 24, 2010: HANSON RECEIVES GWC HONORS – GRAND FORKS, N.D. - Casie Hanson, a senior from St. Peter, Minn., was named GWC Player of the Week after hitting a combined .500 in nine games over that week. The centerfielder also posted a .962 slugging percentage and a .581 on-base percentage during UND’s trip to California last week that included games with Cal State-Northridge, Loyola Marymount, San Diego, Bucknell and GWC foe Utah Valley. She recorded 13 hits, three triples, two home runs, six RBI, three stolen bases and scored 10 runs in the Sioux’s nine games. (6-22) MARCH 26, 2010: BORDER BATTLE END WITH SPLIT IN GWC EARLY TOURNAMENT DALLAS, Texas – UND split its opening day action against border rival South Dakota in the GWC Early Tournament. The Sioux fell 3-2 before rebounding with a 3-1 win. (6-24) MARCH 27, 2010: SIOUX SWEPT BY HOUSTON BAPTIST – DALLAS, Texas – The Sioux suffered a pair of losses to Houston Baptist as the Huskies capped off the day with a walk-off home run. (7-25) MARCH 28, 2010: SIOUX SPLIT WITH GWC EARLY TOURNAMENT CHAMPS UTAH VALLEY – DALLAS, Texas – UND ran into a hot Utah Valley team but was able to derail the Wolverines thoughts of going a perfect 6-0 in the GWC Early Tournament. The Sioux was setback 9-1 in their first game but rebounded with a 3-1 win to close out the tournament. The top six hitters in the lineup went a combined 11-for-17 with one walk and no strikeouts in the win. MARCH 30, 2010: FRANK AWARDED GWC WEEKLY HONORS – GRAND FORKS, N.D. - North Dakota’s Michelle Frank shared the Pitcher of the Week honors for her over the weekend’s GWC Softball Cluster. Frank Shared the award with Utah Valley’s Kyli Flanary. Frank, a freshman from Chaska, Minn., went 2-0 on the weekend, picking up wins over South Dakota and Utah Valley. She posted an 0.00 ERA and struck out nine batters in 16.2 innings while holding batters to a .203 average.

(10-28) APRIL 11, 2010 – UND SWEPT TO CONCLUDE UMKC TOURNEY – KANSAS CITY, MO. – The Sioux opened the day with an extra-inning loss to rival South Dakota before a 10-4 defeat to Missouri-Kansas City. UND had 17 hits but also left 17 runners on base in the two games.

(13-33) APRIL 29, 2010 – SIOUX EDGED BY BADGERS – MADISON, Wis. – UND was edged by the Wisconsin Badgers in non-conference action 4-3 in extra innings and 6-2 in the doubleheader finale. Kayelee Schoeny recorded only one out on the day going 5-for-6 with one RBI and on run scored.

(12-28) APRIL 11, 2010 – SIOUX REMAIN PERFECT AT HOME WITH SWEEP OVER DRAGONS – GRAND FORKS, N.D. - UND won its fourth of four games on the season at home with a doubleheader sweep over Minnesota State, Moorhead in non-conference action. The Sioux scored a 10-1 six-inning win and a 6-3 victory in the nightcap to pick up its 11th and 12th victories of the season.

(13-35) MAY 1, 2010 – COYOTES TIMELY HITTING COSTLY FOR SIOUX – VERMILLION, S.D. – UND concluded the regular season outhitting South Dakota in each game, but it was the Coyotes that prevailed with 7-4 and 6-3 wins.

(12-30) APRIL 24, 2010 – SIOUX DROP TWINBILL HEARBREAKERS – GRAND FORKS, N.D. - UND lost a pair of heartbreakers to the hands of Great West Conference rival South Dakota to conclude the home schedule. The Coyotes rallied late in each game of the twin bill defeating the Sioux 4-3 and 8-6 in nine innings. The Sioux would chase both of the Coyotes starting pitchers on the day but USD’s Mel Johnson would earn both games wins in relief. Johnson pitched a total of six innings giving up one run off two hits and five walks. Kenna Olsen would be the star for the Sioux on the day as she hit two home runs with three runs scored and three RBI. The Sioux outhit the Coyotes in each game. (13-31) APRIL 27, 2010 – UPS AND DOWNS IN GREEN BAY – GREEN BAY, Wis. - The Sioux suffered a five-inning 9-1 loss to in the front half of a double header against Green Bay at Ben Garot Field, but rebounded with a dominant win in the nightcap, 8-1. “The first game we just didn’t play our game,” head coach Sami Strinz said. “We struggled with letting the first runner on too many times defensively. We certainly didn’t make the adjustments that we needed at the plate.” “The second game was much better. We played Sioux softball. We had a great team effort offensively and Emma (Gronseth) did a great job controlling the game from the circle.”

MAY 5, 2010 – HANSON NABS ALL-DISTRICT HONORS – GRAND FORKS, N.D. – centerfielder Casie Hanson was named to the 2010 ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District VII University Division first team in a vote of the nation’s college sports information directors. Hanson, a native of St. Peter, Minn., is a community nutrition major. On the field Hanson led the Sioux in batting average (.445), at-bats (146), runs (47), hits (65), triples (5), home runs (7), total bases (102), slugging percentage (.699), on base percentage (.515) and stolen bases (27). She has also walked 17 times compared to only 13 strikeouts. Starting in all 48 games, Hanson recorded at least one hit in 40 games, had 21 multi-hit games while going a perfect 4-for-4 on May 1. Her 27 stolen bases is a single-season career high and she reclaimed the UND career home run record (30). MAY 13, 2010 – HANSON NAMED GWC PLAYER OF THE YEAR; SIPPOLA FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR – GRAND FORKS, N.D. - The Great West Conference announced its 2010 All-Conference Teams including Player of the Year in Casie Hanson and Freshman of the Year in Lindy Sippola, as selected by league coaches. Five Sioux were named to the all-conference teams in Hanson, Sippola, Kristi Alcorn, Cami Bennett and Kayelee Schoeny. Hanson becomes UND’s first Sioux softball athlete to win a Player of the Year award after finishing the regular season with a .445 average starting in all 48 games played. She has scored 47 runs with 21 RBI and connected for 18 extra-base hits including seven home runs and five triples.

(9-25) APRIL 2, 2010 – HOME SCHEDULE OPENS WITH SWEEP OVER TIGERS – GRAND FORKS, N.D. – UND opened its 2010 home schedule with a pair of one-hitters as Emma Gronseth and Erica Younan led the Sioux to two shutout wins over Dakota Wesleyan. (10-26) APRIL 10, 2010 – SIPPOLA HOMERS TWICE IN WIN OVER SOUTH DAKOTA; UND DROPS NIGHTCAP TO UMKC – KANSAS CITY, MO. – UND returned to the road for a round robin tournament against Missouri-Kansas City and South Dakota. The Sioux split its opening two games as they exploded for an 8-0 win over USD before being edged by UMKC 3-2.

Members of the 2010 Fighting Sioux Great West Conference championship team pose for a photo after receiving their championship rings at halftime of a UND football game.

2010 recap

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2011 NORTH DAKOTA Softball

North Dakota Fighting Sioux Softball Game Results for North Dakota (FINAL) (All games)

Date

2-13-10 2-13-10 2-14-10 2-14-10 2-26-10 2-26-10 2-27-10 02-27-10 02-28-10 % Mar 06, 2010 Mar 06, 2010 % Mar 07, 2010 % Mar 07, 2010 % Mar 13, 2010 Mar 13, 2010 Mar 14, 2010 Mar 14, 2010 Mar 16, 2010 Mar 17, 2010 Mar 17, 2010 $ Mar 18, 2010 $ Mar 18, 2010 $ Mar 19, 2010 $ Mar 19, 2010 Mar 20, 2010 $ Mar 20, 2010 * Mar 26, 2010 * Mar 26, 2010 * Mar 27, 2010 * Mar 27, 2010 * Mar 28, 2010 * Mar 28, 2010 Apr 02, 2010 Apr 02, 2010 Apr 10, 2010 Apr 10, 2010 Apr 11, 2010 Apr 11, 2010 Apr 15, 2010 Apr 15, 2010 Apr 24, 2010 Apr 24, 2010 Apr 27, 2010 Apr 27, 2010 Apr 28, 2010 Apr 28, 2010 May 1, 2010 May 01, 2010 May 16, 2010 May 16, 2010 May 17, 2010 () extra inning game

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2010 results

Opponent

vs Dayton at UNI vs Valparaiso vs Green Bay vs Houston Baptist at A&M-Corpus Christi vs Houston Baptist at A&M-Corpus Christi vsLouisiana-Monroe at Tulsa vs Nebraska vs Nebraska at Tulsa at Oregon State at Oregon at Boise State at Oregon at Northridge at San Diego Toreros at San Diego Toreros vs Utah Valley at Loyola Marymount vs Utah Valley vs BUCKNELL vs BUCKNELL at Loyola Marymount vs South Dakota-1 vs South Dakota-2 vs Houston Baptist-1 vs Houston Baptist-2 vs Utah Valley-1 vs Utah Valley-2 DAKOTA WESLEYAN-1 DAKOTA WESLEYAN-2 vs South Dakota at UMKC vs South Dakota at UMKC MSUM DRAGONS-1 MSUM DRAGONS-2 SOUTH DAKOTA-1 SOUTH DAKOTA-2 at Green Bay-1 at Green Bay-2 at Wisconsin-1 at Wisconsin-2 at South Dakota-1 at South Dakota-2 vs Utah Valley vs South Dakota vs South Dakota

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

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

Inns

7 7 6 7 7 7 7 7 7 (8) 5 5 7 5 7 7 5 7 7 5 7 (8) 7 7 5 7 7 (8) (8) (8) 5 7 5 7 6 7 (8) 7 6 7 7 (9) 5 7 (8) 7 7 7 (8) 6 7

Overall

1-0-0 1-1-0 1-2-0 1-3-0 2-3-0 2-4-0 2-5-0 2-6-0 2-7-0 3-7-0 3-8-0 3-9-0 3-10-0 3-11-0 3-12-0 3-13-0 3-14-0 3-15-0 3-16-0 3-17-0 4-17-0 4-18-0 5-18-0 5-19-0 5-20-0 5-21-0 5-22-0 6-22-0 6-23-0 6-24-0 6-25-0 7-25-0 8-25-0 9-25-0 10-25-0 10-26-0 10-27-0 10-28-0 11-28-0 12-28-0 12-29-0 12-30-0 12-31-0 13-31-0 13-32-0 13-33-0 13-34-0 13-35-0 14-35-0 15-35-0 16-35-0

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 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-0 1-1-0 1-2-0 1-3-0 1-4-0 2-4-0 2-4-0 2-4-0 2-4-0 2-4-0 2-4-0 2-4-0 2-4-0 2-4-0 2-4-0 2-4-0 2-4-0 2-4-0 2-4-0 2-4-0 2-4-0 2-4-0 2-4-0 2-4-0 2-4-0

Pitcher of record

E. Gronseth (W 1-0) E. Younan (L 0-1) E. Gronseth (L 1-1) M. Frank (L 0-1) E. Gronseth (W 2-1) M. Frank (L 0-2) M. Frank (L 0-3) E. Gronseth (L 2-2) E. Gronseth (L 2-3) E. Gronseth (W 2-1) M. Frank (L 0-2) E. Gronseth (L 3-4) M. Frank (L 0-5) E. Gronseth (L 3-5) E. Younan (L 0-2) E. Gronseth (L 3-6) M. Frank (L 0-6) E. Younan (L) E. Gronseth (L 3-7) M. Frank (L 0-7) E. Gronseth (W 4-7) E. Younan (L 0-4) M. Frank (W 1-7) E. Gronseth (L 4-8) E. Younan (L 0-5) E. Gronseth (L 4-10) E. Gronseth (L 4-10) M. Frank (W 2-7) E. Gronseth (L 4-11) E. Younan (L 0-6) E. Gronseth (L 4-12) M. Frank (W 3-7) E. Gronseth (W 5-12) E. Younan (W 1-6) E. Gronseth (W 6-12) E. Younan (L 1-7) A. Tometich (L 0-1) E. Gronseth (L 6-13) E. Gronseth (W 7-13) M. Frank (W 4-7) E. Gronseth (L 7-14) None E. Younan (L 1-8) E. Gronseth (W 8-14) E. Gronseth (L 7-15) M. Frank (L 4-8) E. Gronseth (L) M. Frank (L 4-9) E. Gronseth (W 9-16) M. Frank (W 5-9) E. Gronseth (W 10-16)

Attend

112 125 78 131 0 0 0 260 0 170 190 50 194 221 424 144 290 112 121 80 153 269 108 189 249 354 40 45 60 60 40 40 87 87 83 87 76 79 84 91 132 89 89 150 177 50 50 75

Time

2:03 2:13 1:45 1:53 1:37 2:08 2:07 2:00 1:51 1:53 1:45 1:38 2:15 1:38 1:53 1:31 1:36 1:54 5:37 7:29 1:40 1:50 1:35 2:09 1:33 1:37 1:38 1:44 2:00 2:00 1:32 1:45 1:21 1:46 1:33 1:32 2:16 1:53 1:24 1:29 1:59

1:18 1:56 1:58 1:27 1:45 1:33 1:40 1:30 1:20


Fighting Sioux 2011 north dakota Softball

North Dakota Fighting Sioux Softball Overall Statistics for North Dakota (FINAL) (All games Sorted by Batting avg)

Record: 16-35 Home: 4-2 Away: 2-20 Neutral: 10-13 : 2-4 Player

avg gp-gs

ab

r

h

tb

slg%

bb hp

so gdp

ob%

sf sh sb-att

po

a

e

fld%

11 Casie Hanson

.455 51-51

156

50

71

2b 3b hr

6

5

9

rbi

24 114

.731

18

4

14

0

.522

0

3 28-31

68

4

4

.947

0 Kayelee Schoeny

.307 50-50

140

15

43

4

1

0

10

49

.350

4

0

21

0

.326

0 12 15-19

43

5

6

.889

2 Cami Bennett

.299 51-51

167

26

50

3

1

0

10

55

.329

11

1

22

0

.346

0 11

5-9

90

62

8

.950

19 Kristi Alcorn

.288 51-51

146

22

42

11

1

4

32

67

.459

20

2

39

0

.379

1

0

9-13

250

38

8

.973

13 Lindy Sippola

.281 45-45

121

17

34

6

0

7

31

61

.504

17

2

23

1

.373

2

5

4-6

50

78

9

.934

23 Toni Schutte

.260 49-49

146

17

38

6

1

3

24

55

.377

9

1

13

0

.308

0

8

0-0

81

90

22

.886

22 Jessi St. Marie

.250

20-3

12

6

3

0

0

0

0

3

.250

5

1

7

0

.500

0

0

0-1

1

1

0

1.000

18 Maggie O'Neal

.202 43-38

94

6

19

1

0

0

4

20

.213

7

2

25

0

.272

0

8

1-1

36

0

0

1.000

5 Kenna Olsen

.184 25-18

49

4

9

0

0

3

6

18

.367

7

0

10

0

.286

0

2

2-2

11

0

1

.917

14 Amber Roth

.176 50-50

108

16

19

7

0

3

9

35

.324

15

0

39

1

.276

0

4

1-2

218

43

12

.956

3 Erica Younan

.154 15-12

26

4

4

1

0

0

1

5

.192

4

1

18

0

.290

0

1

3-4

34

23

3

.950

17 Brittany Baker

.143 27-19

56

2

8

3

0

1

4

14

.250

6

2

29

0

.250

0

1

0-1

53

14

5

.931

25 Michelle Frank

.125

8

0

1

0

0

0

0

1

.125

0

0

3

0

.125

0

0

0-0

0

24

6

.800

6 Emma Gronseth

.104 22-22

48

2

5

2

0

0

6

7

.146

8

1

24

0

.246

0

0

2-3

20

35

2

.965

44 Allison Borden

4-1

.000

4-3

10

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

.000

0

0

5

0

.000

0

0

0-0

7

1

0

1.000

Totals

.2 6 9

51

1287

187

346

50

9

30

161

504

. 392

131

17

292

2

.344

3

55

70-92

963

427

86

.942

Opponents

.3 1 1

51

1322

272

411

53

8

37

230

591

. 447

125

31

214

7

.381

12

52

43-59

1000

377

64

.956

LOB - Team (312), Opp (311). DPs turned - Team (19), Opp (14). CI - Team (0), Opp (3). Picked off - K. Alcorn 1, L. Sippola 1, K. Schoeny 1, J. St. Marie 1.

(All games Sorted by Earned run avg) Player

era

w-l

9 Abby Jo Tometich

4.58

0-1

6 Emma Gronseth

app gs

cg

sho

sv

ip

h

r

er

bb

so

2b

3b

hr

b/avg

0

0

0/1

0

17.2

24

15

9

6

4

3

0

2

.343

1

3

0

1

4

5.18 10-16

30 26

19

4/0

0 154.2

195

115

89

41

107

32

5

17

.308

8 14

2

6

27

3 Erica Younan

5.91

1-8

21 11

4

0/1

0

64.0

77

57

42

47

37

8

1

7

.307

30

8

6

3

9

25 Michelle Frank

6.17

5-9

22 14

5

0/0

1

84.2

115

85

58

31

66

10

2

11

.313

11

6

1

2

12

Totals

5 .5 0

16-34

51

51

28

5/1

1

321.0

411

272

196

125

214

53

8

37

. 311

50

31

9

12

52

Opponents

3 .7 5

34-16

51

51

22

3/3

2

333.1

346

187

139

131

292

50

9

30

. 269

19

17

3

3

55

10

wp hp bk sfa sha

PB - Team (23), A. Roth 23, Opp (9). Pickoffs - Team (0), Opp (4). SBA/ATT - A. Roth (42-57), E. Gronseth (22-28), M. Frank

North Dakota Fighting Sioux Softball Overall Statistics for North Dakota (FINAL) (All games Sorted by Fielding pct)

(14-16), E. Younan (6-11), A. Tometich (0-3), B. Baker (0-1).

Player

c

po

a

e

fld%

dp

sba

csb

sba%

pb

18 Maggie O'Neal

36

36

0

0

1.000

0

0

0

---

0

0

9 Abby Jo Tometich

10

1

9

0

1.000

1

0

3

.000

0

0

44 Allison Borden

8

7

1

0

1.000

0

0

0

---

0

0

22 Jessi St. Marie

2

1

1

0

1.000

0

0

0

---

0

0

296

250

38

8

.973

14

0

0

---

0

0

57

20

35

2

.965

1

22

6

.786

0

0

14 Amber Roth

273

218

43

12

.956

1

42

15

.737

23

0

2 Cami Bennett

160

90

62

8

.950

6

0

0

---

0

0

3 Erica Younan

60

34

23

3

.950

1

6

5

.545

0

0

11 Casie Hanson

76

68

4

4

.947

0

0

0

---

0

0

13 Lindy Sippola

137

50

78

9

.934

7

0

0

---

0

0

17 Brittany Baker

72

53

14

5

.931

1

0

1

.000

0

0 0

19 Kristi Alcorn 6 Emma Gronseth

ci

5 Kenna Olsen

12

11

0

1

.917

2

0

0

---

0

0 Kayelee Schoeny

54

43

5

6

.889

0

0

0

---

0

0

193

81

90

22

.886

7

0

0

---

0

0

23 Toni Schutte 25 Michelle Frank

30

0

24

6

.800

0

14

2

.875

0

0

Totals

1476

963

427

86

.942

19

43

16

.729

23

0

Opponents

1441

1000

377

64

.956

14

70

22

.761

9

3

2010 statistics

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2011 NORTH DAKOTA Softball All-time Record: 468-796-2 (.370) Most Wins: 24 (2000) Fewest Wins: 3 (1979) Most Losses: 36 (1998) Fewest Losses: 6 (1979) Longest Winning Streak: 13 games, 3/11/00 - 3/28/00 Longest Losing Streak: 21, 4/6/96 - 4/27/96 Most Games Played: 56 Most Runs Scored, Game: 30, 4/23/77 (40-30 loss to Bemidji State)

Year

1977 1978* 1979* 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997# 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Totals

YEAR-BY-YEAR Games 17 25 9 21 21 20 20 21 33 30 46 29 21 34 35 25 41 41 39 43 22 46 47 49 49 56 45 51 49 42 51 53 42 51 1,166

Record 8-9 13-12 3-6 8-13 5-16 8-12 12-8 6-14-1 11-22 13-17 21-25 7-22 4-17 12-22 17-18 8-17 13-28 20-21 21-18 10-33 12-10 10-36 13-33-1 24-25 21-28 23-33 15-30 17-34 20-29 17-25 23-28 19-34 9-33 16-35 452-761-2

NCC 0-0 2-2 0-2 n/a n/a 0-2 4-3 0-5-1 3-12 4-10 9-14 3-15 1-4 2-2 2-4 3-3 1-5 2-4 3-2 0-6 1-3 0-6 4-22 3-11 3-11 3-13 3-13 1-13 4-9 2-10 4-8 2-10 n/a n/a 67-214-1

GWC n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 2-4 n/a

Win % .471 .520 .333 .381 .238 .400 .238 .310 .333 .433 .457 .241 .190 .353 .486 .320 .317 .488 .538 .233 .545 .217 .287 .490 .429 .411 .333 .333 .408 .405 .451 .358 .273 .314 .389

ALL-TIME COACHING RECORDS

  Name Patricia Warcup Cindy Corlett Shelly Hughes Dona Corcoran-Zanotti Janna Hjelseth Cindy Cortese Doreen Zierer Charlotte “Chickie” Mason Scott Steen Denise Robinson Paula Sondreal Tracy Marback Samit Strinz

Cindy Corlett

Shelly Hughes

Dona Corcoran-Zanotti

Janna Hjelseth

Cindy Cortese

Doreen Zierer

Charlotte Mason

Scott Steen

Denise Robinson

Paula Sondreal

Tracy Marback

Sami Strinz

und softball history

W-L-T 45-68 12-8 6-14-1 11-22 34-42 7-22 16-39 17-18 21-45 51-72 80-132-1 115-179 44-102

Patricia Warcup

* played in Minn-Kota Conference # season shortened due to flood

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Years 1977-82 1983 1984 1985 1986-87 1988 1989-90 1991 1992-93 1994-96 1997-2001 2002-07 2008-present


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NATIONAL HONORS

INDEPENDENT/GWC HONORS

NCC HONORS

TOP VIII AWARD 2011 Casie Hanson, OF

GWC SCHOLAR-ATHLETE OF THE YEAR 2010 Casie Hanson

Freshman of the Year 2006 Casie Hanson, OF/C

NFCA ALL-AMERICAN 2007 Casie Hanson , OF/C (1st) 2008 Casie Hanson, OF (1st)

GWC PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2010 Casie Hanson

ALL-NCC TEAM 1983 Kristi Putnam, P 1985 Jessica Cummins 1987 Julie Stasiuk, P 1988 Syndy Walfoort 1991 Lisa Rueckert 1994 Mikki Cochrane, P 1995 Mikki Cochrane, P 2000 Holly Bonk, SS 2001 Holly Bonk, SS 2002 Holly Bonk, SS 2005 Sharla Hume, IF Kelsey Oie, OF Tara Petersen, P 2006 Casie Hanson, OF/C Tara Petersen, OF 2007 Casie Hanson, OF 2008 Casie Hanson, OF Nicole Puerling, 1B Lindsey Gaustad, OF

DAKTRONICS, INC. ALL-AMERICANS 2007 Casie Hanson, OF/C (3rd) 2008 Casie Hanson, OF (1st) CoSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS 2002 Holly Bonk (3rd) 2007 Casie Hanson (3rd) 2008 Casie Hanson (2nd) 2010 Casie Hanson (1st) DAKTRONICS ALL-NORTH CENTRAL REGION PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2008 Casie Hanson, OF CoSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT 1992 Denise Gross (1st) 1995 Mikki Cochrane (2nd) 2002 Holly Bonk (1st) 2007 Casie Hanson (1st) 2008 Casie Hanson (1st) 2010 Casie Hanson (1st)

GWC ROOKIE OF THE YEAR 2010 Lindy Sippola GWC TOURNAMENT MVP 2010 Casie Hanson ACADEMIC ALL-GWC TEAM 2010 Casie Hanson 2010 Amber Roth 2010 Erica Younan 2010 Kristi Alcorn 2009 Shelly Wolf DIVISION I ALL-INDEPENDENT TEAM 2009 Nicole Puerling

NFCA ALL-AMERICA SCHOLAR ATHLETE 2004 Melissa Champion 2005 Melissa Champion Tara Petersen NFCA ALL-NORTH CENTRAL REGION 2000 Holly Bonk, SS Alena Valdez, 3B 2007 Casie Hanson, OF/C (1st) 2008 Casie Hanson, OF (1st)

ACADEMIC ALL-NCC TEAM 1983 Kelly Hennessy 1984 Patty Schmidt Julie Stasiuk 1985 Renee Karn Patty Schmidt Julie Stasiuk 1986 Patty Schmidt Julie Stasiuk 1987 Julie Stasiuk Tracie Wilson 1989 Kristie Schauer Rebecca Steffl Syndy Walfoort 1991 Lisa Rueckert 1992 Denise Gross 2001 Holly Bonk 2002 Holly Bonk 2004 Amanda Skinner 2006 Melissa Champion Tara Petersen 2007 Casie Hanson 2008 Casie Hanson Abby Rehberger NCC COMMISSIONER’S ACADEMIC HONOR ROLL

Former University of North Dakota two-sport star Casie Hanson received the prestigious Today’s Top VIII Award from the NCAA. The NCAA Today’s Top VIII Award recognizes current student-athletes who have completed their athletics eligibility for their success on the fields and courts, in the classroom and in the community. The honorees are selected from among more than 100,000 senior student-athletes by the NCAA Honors Committee, which is composed of athletics administrators at member institutions and nationally distinguished citizens who are former student-athletes. (Pictured from left to right: Athletics Director Brian Faison, Donna Faison, Casie Hanson, Marcia Jean Kelley and President Dr. Robert Kelley.)

2006 2007 2008

Melissa Champion Carrie Oswald Tara Petersen Casie Hanson Carrie Oswald Jess Price Casie Hanson Nicole Larson Amber Roth Shelly Wolf awards and honors

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2011 NORTH DAKOTA Softball RK 1. 2. 3. 4.

BATTING AVERAGE AVG..................................... YEAR .301................................................2008 290.................................................2007 .284................................................1999 .282................................................1987 .282................................................1978

STOLEN BASES RK SBs..................................... YEAR 1. 80..................................................1987 2. 79..................................................1990 3. 70..................................................2010 4. 69..................................................1991 5. 56..................................................1983

RK 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

RUNS SCORED RUNS.................................... YEAR 279.................................................2008 212.................................................2002 210.................................................2007 187.................................................2010 185.................................................1994

RK 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

WALKS BBs..................................... YEAR 160.................................................2008 136.................................................1987 131.................................................2010 121.................................................2009 104.................................................2005

RK 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

HITS HITS..................................... YEAR 410.................................................2008 409.................................................2007 404.................................................2002 365.................................................1999 346.................................................2010

RK 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 5.

STRIKEOUTS (BATTING) Ks....................................... YEAR 314.................................................2008 298.................................................2005 292.................................................2010 255.................................................2004 252.................................................2002 248.................................................2007

DOUBLES RK 2Bs..................................... YEAR 1. 66..................................................2002 2. 64..................................................2008 3. 59..................................................2001 4. 56..................................................2007 5. 54..................................................2006 TRIPLES RK 3Bs..................................... YEAR 1. 20..................................................2002 20..................................................1991 3. 14..................................................1994 4. 12..................................................2006 12..................................................2001 HOME RUNS RK HRs..................................... YEAR 1. 67..................................................2008 2. 30..................................................2010 3. 29..................................................2007 4. 27..................................................2009 5. 20..................................................2002

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RUNS BATTED IN RBI...................................... YEAR 255.................................................2008 187.................................................2007 185.................................................2002 168.................................................2001 161.................................................2010

RK 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

TOTAL BASES TBs..................................... YEAR 687.................................................2008 572.................................................2007 570.................................................2002 504.................................................2010 446.................................................2001

team records

EARNED RUN AVERAGE RK ERA..................................... YEAR 1. 1.64................................................1995 2. 2.07................................................1980 3. 2.20................................................1997 4. 2.46................................................2005 2.46................................................2004 RK 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

INNINGS PITCHED IP....................................... YEAR 372.2...............................................2002 340.2...............................................2007 338.1...............................................2004 329.1...............................................2000 324.1...............................................2008

INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-GAME RECORDS HITTING Hits- 5, Casie Hanson vs. Wilmington (3/14/06); Nicole Schilrra vs. MSU-Moorhead (4/14/98). Runs- 4, several. Most recent by Abby Rehberger vs. Minnesota, Crookston (4/15/09). Doubles- 2, several. Most recent Amber Roth (4/15/10). Triples- 2, several. Most recent by Casie Hanson vs. Mayville State (4/8/08). Home Runs- 2, several. Most recent by Nicole Puerling vs. Minnesota, Crookston (4/15/08). Runs Batted In- 7, Nicole Puerling vs. Minnesota, Crookston (4/15/08) and Joleen Schirra vs. Holy Family (3/14/95). Stolen Bases- 4, several. Most recent by Holly Bonk vs. MSU-Moorhead (3/24/01). Hit By Pitch- 2, several. Most recent by Abby Rehberger vs. Mary (4/18/07) and vs. Willmington (3/9/07). Walks- 4, Nicole Puerling vs. Dayton (2/8/09) Strikeouts- 4, several. Most recent by Sharla Hume vs. West Chester (3/12/06) PITCHING Strikeouts- 21, Tara Petersen vs. Minnesota State (4/09/05) Most Runs Allowed- 16, Julie Stasiuk vs. Mayville State (4/14/85) Walks- 9, Mikki Cohcrane vs. St. Cloud State (5/02/94) Wild Pitches- 6, Mikki Cochrane vs. Morningside (3/27/94)

COMPLETE GAMES RK CGs..................................... YEAR 1. 51..................................................2002 2. 44..................................................2007 44..................................................2005 4. 43..................................................1998 5. 42..................................................1987 SHUTOUTS RK SHOs.................................... YEAR 1. 10..................................................2005 10..................................................2000 3. 9...................................................2004 RK 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

STRIKEOUTS (PITCHING) Ks....................................... YEAR 375.................................................2005 329.................................................2006 308.................................................2004 284.................................................1995 235.................................................1994

Nicole Puerling (2006-09) is tied for the school record with seven RBI in a single game.


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HITTING Career

1. 2. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Games Played

Career

Holly Bonk (1999-2002)................ 199 Kelsey Oie (2002-05)...................... 191 Stacy Garcea (1999-2002)............ 191 Jennifer Soderquist (2000-03).... 187 Nicole Puerling (2006-09)............. 186 Casie Hanson (2006-10)................. 185 Kerri Doyle (1999-2002)................ 184 Rachelle Bock (2001-04)............... 179 Karen Crane (2003-06).................. 166 Heidi Staves (1995-98).................. 166

Batting Average (Min. 200 ab) Career 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10.

Casie Hanson (2006-10).............. Lisa Rueckert (1990-91).............. Holly Bonk (1999-2002).............. Mikki Cochrane (1993-95).......... Julie Stasiuk (1984-87)................ Melanie Hunter (1995-98).......... Abby Rehberger (2007-09)......... Nicole Puerling (2006-09).......... Alena Valdez (1999-2002).......... Kelsey Oie (2002-05).................... Jessica Cummins (1983-85).......

.455 .393 .352 .351 .333 .332 .332 .328 .310 .296 .296

Season 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 10.

Casie Hanson, 2008....................... .534 Lisa Rueckert, 1991........................ .523 Casie Hanson, 2010........................ .455 Casie Hanson, 2007....................... .455 Lindsey Gaustad, 2008................. .429 Mikki Cochrane, 1994................... .394 Holly Bonk, 1999............................ .368 Kelcey Lass, 2008............................ .367 Casie Hanson, 2006....................... .367 Kelsey Oie, 2005............................. .367 Abby Rehberger, 2008................. .365

Freshman 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Holly Bonk, 1999........................... Casie Hanson, 2006...................... Lindsey Gaustad, 2007................ Katie Hetherington, 1993........... Sharla Hume, 2005....................... Amanda Skinner, 2002................ Keri Doyle, 1999............................. Kayelee Schoeny, 2010............... Alena Valdez, 1999....................... Cami Bennett, 2010......................

.368 .367 .362 .360 .344 .332 .318 .307 .301 .299

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Runs Scored

Casie Hanson (2006-10)................ 183 Holly Bonk (1999-2002)................ 128 Abby Rehberger (2007-09).......... 108 Nicole Puerling (2006-09)................87 Amanda Skinner (2002-05)............. 85 Keri Doyle (1999-2002).................... 85 Alena Valdez (1999-2002)............... 81 Syndy Walfoort (1988-91)............... 73 Stacy Garcia (1999-2002)................ 64 Jennifer Soderquist (2000-03)....... 61 Lisa Zaleschuk (1996-99)................. 61 Christa Kline (1991-94)..................... 61

Casie Hanson, 2007........................... 61 Abby Rehberger, 2008..................... 55 Casie Hanson, 2010............................50 Casie Hanson, 2008........................... 50 Holly Bonk, 2002................................ 45 Holly Bonk, 2001................................ 41 Lisa Wojtalewicz, 1994..................... 35 Nicole Puerling, 2008........................ 33 Lindsey Gaustad, 2008..................... 32 Kip Koppi, 1987................................... 31

Amanda Skinner, 2002..................... 30 Abby Rehberger, 2007..................... 27 Cami Bennett, 2010............................26 Connie Gebhardt, 1978................... 26 Keri Doyle, 1999.................................. 25 Casie Hanson, 2006........................... 22 Alena Valdez, 1999............................ 22 Sharla Hume, 2005............................ 21 Sarah Littlefield, 1987....................... 21 Lisa Wojtalewicz, 1993..................... 20

Career 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10.

1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Doubles

Jennifer Soderquist (2000-03)....... 39 Holly Bonk (1999-2002)................... 32 Lisa Zaleschuk (1996-99)................. 29 Nicole Puerling (2006-09)............... 29 Casie Hanson (2006-10)................... 28 Abby Rehberger (2007-09)............. 27 Amanda Skinner (2002-05)............. 24 Alena Valdez (1999-2002)............... 21 Kelsey Oie (2002-05)......................... 20 Melanie Hunter (1995-98)............... 19

Season

Freshman 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 8. 10.

Freshman

Amanda Skinner, 2002..................... 61 Holly Bonk, 1999................................ 53 Casie Hanson, 2006........................... 51 Cami Bennett, 2010............................50 Stephanie Smiley, 2004.................. 47 Kayelee Schoeny, 2010.....................43 Sharla Hume, 2005............................ 43 Keri Doyle, 1999.................................. 42 Katie Hetherington, 1993................ 40 Toni Schutte, 2010..............................38 Lindsey Gaustad, 2007..................... 38

Career

Season 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Hits

Casie Hanson (2006-10)................. 278 Holly Bonk (1999-2002)................ 210 Nicole Puerling (2006-09)............. 179 Amanda Skinner (2002-05).......... 165 Jennifer Soderquist (2000-03).... 160 Kelsey Oie (2002-05)...................... 157 Alena Valdez (1999-2002)............ 157 Keri Doyle (1999-2002)................. 139 Lisa Zaleschuk (1996-99).............. 137 Stacy Garcea (1999-2002)............ 128

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 10.

Jennifer Soderquist, 2002............... 18 Lisa Zaleschuk, 1999......................... 15 Lindsey Gaustad, 2008......................14 Holly Bonk, 2002................................ 13 Abby Rehberger, 2008......................12 Nikki Smith, 2004.............................. 12 Kristi Alcorn, 2010...............................11 Kelsey Oie, 2005................................. 11 Amanda Skinner, 2002..................... 11 Holly Bonk, 2001................................ 10 Jennifer Soderquist, 2001............... 10 Alena Valdez, 2001............................ 10

Freshman 1. 2. 4. 5. 7.

Amanda Skinner, 2002..................... 11 Lindsey Gaustad, 2007....................... 9 Casie Hanson, 2006............................. 9 Andrea Wellington, 2000.................. 9 Sharla Hume, 2005.............................. 8 Lisa Zaleschuk, 1996........................... 8 Abby Rehberger, 2007....................... 7 Shelly Blake, 2002................................ 7 Vicki McKay, 1998................................ 7 Kara Klosterman, 1990....................... 7

Season 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Casie Hanson, 2007........................... 86 Casie Hanson, 2010............................71 Casie Hanson, 2008........................... 70 Lindsey Gaustad, 2008......................69 Holly Bonk, 2002................................ 61 Amanda Skinner, 2002..................... 61 Abby Rehberger, 2008..................... 58 Lisa Rueckert, 1991............................ 56 Alena Valdez, 2000............................ 55 Nicole Puerling, 2007........................ 54 record book

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Triples

Syndy Walfoort (1988-91)............... 19 Casie Hanson (2006-10)....................15 Holly Bonk (1999-2002)................... 15 Christa Kline (1991-94)....................... 1 Jennifer Soderquist (2000-03)......... 8 Melanie Hunter (1995-98)................. 8 Julie Stasiuk (1984-87)....................... 7 Sharla Hume (2005-06)...................... 6 Kelly Hennessy (1979-80, 1983)...... 5 Nicole Puerling (2006-09)................. 5

Season 1. 2. 3. 8.

Syndy Walfoort, 1991........................ 11 Holly Bonk, 2002.................................. 7 Casie Hanson, 2010.............................. 5 Casie Hanson, 2006.............................. 5 Sharla Hume, 2005.............................. 5 Holly Bonk, 2000.................................. 5 Melanie Hunter, 1997......................... 5 Nicole Puerling, 2007.......................... 4 Jennifer Soderquist, 2001................. 4 Christa Kline, 1992............................... 4 Kip Koppi, 1987..................................... 4 Syndy Walfoort, 1988.......................... 4

Freshman 1. 3. 4.

Casie Hanson, 2006............................. Sharla Hume, 2005.............................. Syndy Walfoort, 1988.......................... Shelly Blake, 2002................................ Virginia Hoye, 2002............................. Christa Kline, 1991............................... Sherry Neymeyer, 1988...................... Julie Stasiuk, 1984............................... Connie Gebhardt, 1978..................... Bonnie Gebhardt, 1977......................

Career 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10.

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Home Runs

Casie Hanson, 2006-10) ...................32 Nicole Puerling (2006-09)................25 Jennifer Soderquist (2000-03) . .....20 Abby Rehberger (2007-09)............. 18 Syndy Walfoort (1988-91)............... 14 Karen Crane (2003-06)..................... 11 Felicia Carter (2003-06)...................... 9 Holly Bonk (1999-2002)..................... 9 Hannah-Rose Peters (2008-09)........ 8 Kristi Alcorn, 2010 . .............................. 7 Lindy Sippola, 2010.............................. 7 Rori Carlo (2003-06)............................ 7 Connie Gebhardt (1978).................... 7

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Season 1. 3. 4. 5. 7. 9.

Casie Hanson, 2008............................13 Nicole Puerling, 2008.........................13 Abby Rehberger, 2008......................12 Justine Wernick, 2008........................11 Casie Hanson, 2010.............................. 9 Nicole Puerling, 2009...........................9 Lindsey Wernick, 2008........................8 Jennifer Soderquist, 2003................. 8 Lindy Sippola, 2010.............................. 7 Casie Hanson, 2007............................. 7 Connie Gebhardt, 1978..................... 7

Lindy Sippola, 2010.............................. 7 Connie Gebhardt, 1978..................... 7 Lindsey Gaustad, 2007....................... 5 Erica Younan, 2009...............................5 Hannah-Rose Peters, 2008................ 4

Career 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Runs Batted In

Nicole Puerling (2006-09)............ 138 Casie Hanson (2006-10)................. 104 Jennifer Soderquist (2000-03).... 102 Syndy Walfoort (1988-91)............... 85 Holly Bonk (1999-2002)................... 81 Christa Kline (1991-94)..................... 64 Stacy Garcea (1999-2002)............... 61 Abby Rehberger (2007-09)..............59 Karen Crane (2003-06)..................... 57 Lisa Zaleschuk (1996-99)................. 54

Season 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9.

Nicole Puerling, 2008.........................49 Lindsey Gaustad, 2008..................... 46 Nicole Puerling, 2007........................ 45 Casie Hanson, 2008........................... 42 Jennifer Soderquist, 2002............... 36 Justine Warnick, 2008....................... 33 Kristi Alcorn, 2010...............................32 Lisa Zaleschuk, 1999......................... 32 Lindy Sippola, 2010............................31 Justine Wernick, 2007....................... 31

Freshman 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9.

Total Bases

Casie Hanson, 2008......................... 122 Casie Hanson, 2007........................ 117 Casie Hanson, 2010......................... 114 Holly Bonk, 2002............................. 103 Jennifer Soderquist, 2002............... 96 Casie Hanson, 2006............................79 Nicole Puerling, 2007........................ 75 Lisa Zaleschuk, 1999......................... 75 Jess Price, 2007................................... 74 Amanda Skinner, 2002..................... 74

Freshman

Freshman 1. 3. 5.

Season

Casie Hanson, 2010............................42 Lindy Sippola, 2010............................31 Connie Gebhardt, 1978................... 30 Shelly Blake, 2002.............................. 29 Toni Schutte, 2010..............................24 Bonnie Gebhardt, 1977.................... 22 Kris Jones, 1987.................................. 21 Lindsey Gaustad, 2007..................... 19 Rachelle Bock, 2001.......................... 19 Gail Avery, 1987.................................. 19

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10.

Casie Hanson, 2006........................... 79 Amanda Skinner, 2002..................... 74 Sharla Hume, 2005............................ 64 Lindsey Gaustad, 2007..................... 62 Lindy Sippola, 2010............................61 Holly Bonk, 1999................................ 57 Cami Bennett, 2010............................55 Toni Schutte, 2010..............................55 Stephanie Smiley, 2004................... 54 Shelly Blake, 2002.............................. 52

Career 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 10.

Stolen Bases

Holly Bonk (1999-2002)................... 99 Casie Hanson (2006-10)....................60 Lisa Wojtalewicz (1993-94)............. 48 Alena Valdez (1999-2002)............... 29 Lisa Rueckert (1990-91)................... 27 Jessica Cummins (1983-85)............ 27 Stacey Petrowski (1989-91)............ 25 Syndy Walfoort (1988-91).............. 25 Keri Doyle (1999-2002).................... 25 Tracie Wilson (1986-87).................... 23

Season 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 10.

Holly Bonk, 2001................................ 38 Casie Hanson, 2010............................28 Holly Bonk, 2002................................ 30 Lisa Wojtalewicz, 1994..................... 28 Holly Bonk, 2000................................ 25 Lisa Wojtalewicz, 1993..................... 20 Denise Gross, 1991............................ 17 Tracie Wilson, 1987............................ 17 Jessica Cummins, 1983.................... 17 Casie Hanson, 2008............................16 Tracy Staves, 1994.............................. 16

Freshman 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 8.

Lisa Wojtalewicz, 1993..................... 20 Denise Gross, 1991............................ 17 Jessica Cummins, 1983.................... 16 Kayelee Schoeny, 2010.....................15 Heidi Staves, 1995.............................. 15 Lisa Rueckert, 1990............................ 13 Alena Valdez, 1999............................ 12 Lani Towne, 1987............................... 11 Jill Holz, 1990....................................... 10


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Career 1. 2. 3. 4. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Bases on Balls

Karen Crane (2003-06)..................... 59 Holly Bonk (1999-2002)................... 51 Nicole Puerling (2006-09)............... 60 Amber Roth (2008-present)............47 Casie Hanson (2006-10)....................45 Felicia Carter (2003-06).................... 42 Alena Valdez (1999-2002)............... 41 Abby Rehberger (2007-09)..............39 Christa Kline (1991-94)..................... 36 Kristi Alcorn (2007-10).......................35 Amanda Skinner (2002-05)............. 35 Lisa Zaleschuk (1996-99)................. 35

Season 1. 4. 6. 9.

Amber Roth, 2008.............................. 23 Nicole Puerling, 2008........................ 23 Abby Rehberger, 2008..................... 23 Hannah-Rose Peters, 2009...............21 Nicole Larson, 2008........................... 21 Kristi Alcorn, 2010...............................20 Karen Crane, 2003.............................. 20 Alena Valdez, 1999............................ 20 Karen Crane, 2005.............................. 19 Holly Bonk, 2001................................ 19 Tracie Wilson, 1987............................ 19

Slugging Percentage Freshman 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Lindsey Gaustad, 2007................ Casie Hanson, 2006...................... Sharla Hume, 2005....................... Lindy Sippola, 2010...................... Amanda Skinner, 2002................ Holly Bonk, 1999........................... Nicole Puerling, 2006................... Katie Hetherington, 1993........... Toni Schutte, 2010........................ Heather Nitschke, 2001..............

On-Base Percentage Freshman 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Sharla Hume, 2005....................... .423 Casie Hanson, 2006...................... .409 Alena Valdez, 1999....................... .403 Katie Hetherington, 1993........... .390 Holly Bonk, 1999........................... .389 Lindsey Gaustad, 2007................ .385 Amanda Skinner, 2002................ .384 Keri Doyle, 1999............................. .379 Lindy Sippola, 2010........................ .373 Heather Nitschke, 2001.............. .372

PITCHING

Freshman 1. 3. 7. 8.

Karen Crane, 2003.............................. 20 Alena Valdez, 1999............................ 20 Lindy Sippola, 2010............................17 Abby Rehberger, 2007..................... 17 Sharla Hume, 2005............................ 17 Sarah Littlefield, 1987....................... 17 Amanda Skinner, 2002..................... 16 Kelsey Oie, 2002................................. 15 Jill Holz, 1990....................................... 15 Karen Anderson, 1989...................... 15

Season .590 .568 .512 .504 .402 .396 .383 .378 .377 .373

Career 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 9. 10.

Games Pitched

Tara Petersen (2003-06)................ 130 Melinda Johnson (2001-04)........ 103 Julie Stasiuk (1984-87)..................... 93 Paula Brantl (1992-95)...................... 87 Lisa Zaleschuk (1996-99)................. 85 Cheryl Winkler (1988-91)................. 83 Mikki Cochrane (1993-95)............... 68 Ashley Weatherhead (1999-01).... 59 Shelly Wolf (2006-09).........................49 Vicki McKay (1998-00)...................... 46 Erica Younan (2009-present)...........44

Freshman 1. 3. 5.

Emma Gronseth, 2010.......................30 Melinda Johnson, 2001.................... 30 Alicia Pearce, 2007............................. 27 Cheryl Winkler, 1988......................... 27 Marie Kriegler, 2007.......................... 26

Career

Casie Hanson became North Dakota’s leading career home run hitter with 32, surpassing Nichole Puerling’s 25.

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

Wins

Tara Petersen (2003-06)................... 55 Julie Stasiuk (1984-87)..................... 38 Melinda Johnson (2001-04)........... 34 Mikki Cochrane (1993-95)............... 31 Paula Brantl (1992-95)...................... 30 Lisa Zaleschuk (1996-99)................. 26 Cheryl Winkler (1988-91)................. 24 Kristi Putnam (1983-84)................... 18 Ashley Weatherhead (1999-01).... 14 Alicia Pearce (2007-present).......... 13

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 10.

Julie Stasiuk, 1987............................. 19 Tara Petersen, 2005........................... 18 Melinda Johnson, 2002.................... 17 Tara Petersen, 2006............................15 Alicia Pearce, 2007............................. 13 Tara Petersen, 2003........................... 12 Kristi Putnam, 1983........................... 12 Melinda Johnson, 2001.................... 11 Mikki Cochrane, 1994....................... 11 Several tied w/.................................... 10

Freshman 1. 2. 4. 5.

Alicia Pearce, 2007............................. 13 Tara Petersen, 2003........................... 12 Kristi Putnam, 1983........................... 12 Melinda Johnson, 2001.................... 11 Emma Gronseth, 2010.......................10 Marie Kriegler, 2007.......................... 10 Tara Anderson, 2000......................... 10 Mikki Cochrane, 1993....................... 10

Earned Run Average (Min. 150 IP) Career 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Tara Petersen (2003-06)............... 2.05 Mikki Cochrane (1993-95)........... 2.20 Jill Holz (1990-91)........................... 2.53 Lisa Zaleschuk (1996-99)............. 2.61 Melinda Johnson (2001-04)....... 3.03 Alicia Pearce (2007-08)................. 3.07 Paula Brantl (1992-95).................. 3.21 Ashley Weatherhead (1999-01). 3.26 Liane Dubord (1996-97).............. 3.28 Kristi Putnam (1983-84)............... 3.29

Season 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Mikki Cochrane, 1995................... Tara Petersen, 2005....................... Tara Petersen, 2004....................... Ashley Weatherhead, 2000......... Paula Brantl, 1995.......................... Tara Petersen, 2003....................... Melinda Johnson, 2002................ Mikki Cochrane, 1994................... Lisa Zaleschuk, 1996..................... Tara Petersen, 2006.......................

Freshman 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Ronnie Ryan, 1978......................... Tara Petersen, 2003....................... Lisa Zaleschuk, 1996..................... Kristi Putnam, 1983....................... Melinda Johnson, 2001................

1.26 1.75 1.87 1.91 2.09 2.18 2.32 2.38 2.59 2.54

1.77 2.18 2.59 2.60 2.64

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Career

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

Tara Petersen (2003-06)............. 753.2 Melinda Johnson (2001-04)..... 569.0 Julie Stasiuk (1984-87)............... 559.0 Lisa Zaleschuk (1996-99)........... 536.1 Paula Brantl (1992-95)................ 508.1 Cheryl Winkler (1988-91)........... 507.0 Mikki Cochrane (1993-95)......... 413.2 Ashley Weatherhead (1999-01).296.2 Vicki McKay (1998-00)................ 276.2 Kristi Putnam (1983-84)............. 249.0

Tara Petersen, 2005..................... 252.2 Julie Stasiuk, 1987....................... 234.2 Melinda Johnson, 2002.............. 229.2 Tara Petersen, 2006..................... 195.2 Alicia Pearce, 2007....................... 180.0 Cherly Winkler, 1988................... 177.0 Julie Stasiuk, 1986....................... 174.0 Lisa Zaleschuk, 1998................... 172.1 Melinda Johnson, 2001.............. 161.2 Tara Petersen, 2004..................... 160.2 Paula Brantl, 1992........................ 155.0

Freshman 1. 3. 4. 5.

Alicia Pearce, 2007....................... 180.0 Cheryl Winkler, 1988................... 177.0 Melinda Johnson, 2001.............. 161.2 Paula Brantl, 1992........................ 155.0 Emma Gronseth, 2010.................154.2

Career

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Alicia Pearce, 2007............................. 25 Paula Brantl, 1992.............................. 24 Cheryl Winkler, 1988......................... 23 Liane Dubord, 1996........................... 21 Tara Petersen, 2003........................... 20 Vicki McKay, 1998.............................. 20 Lisa Zaleschuk, 1996......................... 20 Kristi Putnam, 1983........................... 20

Career

Season 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Freshman

Complete Games

Tara Petersen (2003-06)................ 103 Julie Stasiuk (1984-87)..................... 86 Lisa Zaleschuk (1996-99)................. 75 Melinda Johnson (2001-04)........... 70 Paula Brantl (1992-95)...................... 69 Cheryl Winkler (1988-91)................. 69 Mikki Cochrane (1993-95)............... 51 Vicki McKay (1998-00)...................... 39 Kristi Putnam (1983-84)................... 38 Ashley Weatherhead (1999-01).... 35

1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 9. 10.

Shutouts

Tara Petersen (2003-06)................... 28 Melinda Johnson (2001-04)........... 12 Cheryl Winkler (1988-91)................. 11 Ashley Weatherhead (1999-01).... 10 Mikki Cochrane (1993-95)............... 10 Julie Stasiuk (1984-87)....................... 9 Lisa Zaleschuk (1996-99)................... 8 Paula Brantl (1992-95)........................ 8 Kristi Putnam (1983-84)..................... 7 Emma Gronseth (2010-present)...... 4 Vicki McKay (1998-00)........................ 4 Kara Klosterman (1990)..................... 4

Season 1. 2. 5. 6. 10.

Tara Petersen, 2005........................... 10 Tara Petersen, 2004............................. 7 Tara Petersen, 2003............................. 7 Melinda Johnson, 2002...................... 7 Mikki Cochrane, 1994......................... 6 Ashley Weatherhead, 2001............... 5 Paula Brantl, 1995................................ 5 Cheryl Winkler, 1991........................... 5 Kristi Putnam, 1983............................. 5 Seven tied with..................................... 4

Career 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Strikeouts

Tara Petersen (2003-06)................ 932 Mikki Cochrane (1993-95)............ 494 Lisa Zaleschuk (1996-99).............. 324 Melinda Johnson (2001-04)........ 294 Paula Brantl (1992-95)................... 254 Ashley Weatherhead (1999-01). 174 Julie Stasiuk (1984-87).................. 160 Cheryl Winkler (1988-91).............. 132 Erica Younan (2009-present)........ 122 Vicki McKay (1998-00)................... 121

Season 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Tara Petersen, 2005........................ 360 Tara Petersen 2006.......................... 259 Mikki Cochrane, 1995.................... 216 Mikki Cochrane, 1994.................... 177 Tara Petersen, 2004........................ 172 Tara Petersen, 2003........................ 141 Emma Gronseth, 2010.................... 107 Lisa Zaleschuk, 1998...................... 106 Melinda Johnson, 2002................. 105 Mikki Cochrane, 1993.................... 101

Freshman 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Tara Petersen, 2003........................ 144 Emma Gronseth, 2010.................... 107 Mikki Cochrane, 1993.................... 101 Liane Dubord, 1996........................... 87 Erica Younan, 2009.............................85

Freshman 1. 2. 3.

Tara Petersen, 2003............................. 7 Kristi Putnam, 1983............................. 5 Emma Gronseth, 2010......................... 4 Melinda Johnson, 2001...................... 4 Kara Klosterman, 1990....................... 4

Season 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 10.

Julie Stasiuk, 1987............................. 38 Tara Petersen, 2005........................... 37 Melinda Johnson, 2002.................... 31 Julie Stasiuk, 1986............................. 27 Alicia Pearce, 2007............................. 25 Tara Petersen, 2006............................24 Paula Brantl, 1992.............................. 24 Lisa Zaleschuk, 1998......................... 23 Cheryl Winkler, 1988......................... 23 Tara Petersen, 2004........................... 22

Emma Gronseth struck out 107 batters in her freshman season, second best all-time in program history.

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Team Aquinas Assumption * Atlantic Armstrong Augsburg Augustana Aurora Bemidji State Bentley Bethel Bloomfield Boise State Bradley Briar Cliff Bridgeport Brigham Young Bryant College Bucknell Buffalo State Cal Baptist Cal Poly Cal State Bakersfield Cal State Northridge Cal State San Bernardino Central Missouri Central Oklahoma Chadron State Colgate College of Wooster Colorado-Colorado Springs Concordia-Moorhead Concordia (Neb.) Concordia-St. Paul C.W. Post Dakota Wesleyan Dayton Drake Edinboro Elms Emporia State Fairfield Florida Gulf Coast Fort Hays State Framingham Franklin Pierce Gannon Grand Valley State Grandview Green Bay Gustavus Adolphus Hamilton Hartford Hillsdale Holy Family Houston Baptist Idaho State Incarnate Word Indianapolis Iona Iowa Jamestown Judson Keene State Lee Lehigh

W 1 1 0 1 8 1 33 7 1 1 0 0 2 3 0 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 9 0 2 1 2 3 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 4 1 0 1 1 0 0 14 1 1 1 1

L 0 2 2 1 54 0 14 1 0 0 1 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 3 2 4 3 2 3 1 1 1 0 0 2 1 6 0 0 1 2 2 1 5 0 0 1 0 0 1 4 1 2 1 0 1 1 0 3 1 2 1 1 1 5 0 2 0 1

Team Lemoyne Lindenwood Lousiana-Monroe Loyola Marymount Manhattan Marian Marist Mary Marycrest Mass-Lowell Mayville State Midland Midwestern State Minnesota Minnesota (JV) Minnesota, Crookston Minnesota Duluth Minnesota-Morris Minnesota State Minnesota State, Moorhead Minot State Missouri Missouri-Kansas City Missouri Western State Monmouth Montana State-Billings Morningside Nebraska Nebraska-Kearney Nebraska-Omaha New Haven New Mexico Highlands Niagara North Dakota State * Northern Colorado Northern Iowa Northern Kentucky Northeast Missouri Northern State Northwest Missouri State Nova Southeastern Oklahoma Baptist Oklahoma Panhandle Oregon Oregon State Palm Beach Atlantic Pennsylvania Peru State Point Loma Nazarene Post Quincy Regis Rhode Island Robert Morris Saginaw Valley State San Diego Siena Heights St. Anselm St. Benedict St. Cloud State St. Edward’s St. Joseph’s College St. Joseph’s University St. Mary’s

W 2 0 0 0 1 0 2 6 1 3 33 1 0 0 0 17 11 3 11 27 8 0 1 2 0 2 2 0 0 1 2 1 1 32 7 1 0 0 4 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 2 1 0 3 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 15 0 1 0 0

L 2 1 1 7 0 1 2 8 0 0 13 0 1 1 1 0 21 2 58 34 1 1 4 111 1 0 21 6 3 44 4 0 1 69 8 3 1 1 1 4 1 2 1 2 1 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 68 2 0 1 4

Team St. Mary’s of Omaha St. Michael’s St. Peter’s St. Scholastica St. Thomas St. Xavier San Diego Seattle Slippery Rock South Dakota South Dakota State Southwestern Southampton Southwest Minnesota State Stonehill Suffolk Teikyo Post Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Texas A&M-Kingsville Texas Women’s University Tri-State Truman State Tufts Tulsa UC Santa Barbara Upper Iowa Utah Valley Valley City State Valparaiso Villanova Washburn Wayne State (Neb.) West Chester Westminster Wheaton Wichita State Wilmington (Del.) Winona State Wisconsin Wisconsin-Eau Claire Wisconsin-Oshkosh Wisconsin-River Falls Wisconsin-Stevens Point Wisconsin-Stout Wisconsin-Superior Wisconsin-Whitewater

W 0 3 0 2 1 1 0 0 4 28 16 1 1 9 2 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 2 5 18 0 0 1 3 2 1 0 0 3 3 1 1 1 0 2 1 0 1

L 1 2 1 2 3 0 2 1 0 50 44 0 0 9 0 0 0 2 5 1 0 7 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 5 4 2 0 1 3 1 5 3 0 0 3 0 0 1 0

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Coach: Patricia Warcup 4/15 North Dakota State........ 0-15 4/18 at Mayville State.................. 17-10 at Mayville State.....................3-2 4/23 vs. Minnesota-Duluth #.......0-10 vs. Bemidji State #............... 30-40 at MSU, Moorhead #............3-17 4/26 at North Dakota State..........2-6 at North Dakota State.........12-4 4/29 vs. Bemidji State $.................12-2 at North Dakota State $.......6-8 4/30 vs. St. Cloud State $...............0-3 5/2 Mayville State.................. 6-5 Mayville State................. 13-2 5/6 vs. Valley City State %...........4-1 5/7 at North Dakota State %......4-5 vs Valley City State %............6-4 at North Dakota State %......4-7

1980 (8-13)

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# MSU, Moorhead Invitational $ North Dakota State Invitational % NDAIAW Tournament, Fargo, N.D.

1978 (13-12, 2-2 minn-kota conf.)

Coach: Patricia Warcup 4/7 at Nebraska.............................0-12 4/8 at Missouri...............................1-12 4/14 at Valley City State.................9-1 at Valley City State................10-9 4/15 at North Dakota State..........2-3 at North Dakota State..........2-9 4/17 at Mayville State....................17-0 at Mayville State....................10-8 4/22 at MSU, Moorhead.................3-2 at Bemidji State.....................13-7 at Mayville State.....................7-4 4/24 Bemidji State.................. 12-1 Bemidji State................... 0-5 4/26 Mayville State.................. 2-6 Mayville State................. 12-1 4/28 at St. Cloud State...................7-13 at Minnesota-Duluth......... 14-10 at College of St. Benedict....7-2 4/29 at South Dakota State..........5-4 at Minnesota...........................3-10 5/2 North Dakota State......... 1-4 North Dakota State........ 5-13 5/5 vs. Valley City State #............10-0 at North Dakota State #.......5-6 vs. Valley City State #............5-10

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# NDAIAW Tournament, Fargo, N.D.

1979 (3-6, 0-2 minn-kota conf.)

Coach: Patricia Warcup 4/13 Iowa.................................. 0-7 L 4/14 Minnesota (JV)................ 0-15 L 4/21 North Dakota State......... 8-9 L North Dakota State........ 19-2 W 5/2 Jamestown...................... 16-3 W 5/4 Valley City State.............. 3-9 L Valley City State.............. 4-6 L Jamestown...................... 13-3 W Mayville State.................. 1-2 L 62

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Coach: Patricia Warcup 4/7 at South Dakota State..........2-6 at South Dakota State..........6-5 4/8 at South Dakota......................1-6 at South Dakota......................1-5 4/14 Mayville State.................. 8-3 Mayville State.................. 6-1 4/16 North Dakota State......... 1-7 North Dakota State......... 2-3 4/18 Minot State #................... 4-5 Valley City State #............ 4-5 4/21 at Mayville State....................14-6 at Mayville State.....................0-7 4/23 at MSU, Moorhead................5-11 at MSU, Moorhead................1-12 4/25 vs. Bemidji State $..................5-4 vs. Mankato State $..............0-10 vs. Minot State $.....................9-6 vs. South Dakota State $......0-1 4/30 Valley City State.............. 7-0 Valley City State.............. 5-3 5/2 North Dakota State %..... 5-7

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# Sioux Invitational $ North Dakota State Invitational % NDAIAW Tournament, Grand Forks, N.D.

1981 (5-16)

Coach: Patricia Warcup 4/4 vs. Concordia (Neb.) #........ 15-16 vs. Fort Hays State #..............2-7 vs. Wayne State (Neb.) #......1-11 4/5 at Nebraska-Kearney #........2-12 vs. Peru State #.......................11-6 vs. Oklahoma Baptist #........0-10 vs. Chadron State #................3-7 4/11 vs. Augustana $.....................0-11 vs. South Dakota State $......2-9 4/14 at Valley City State.................2-6 at Valley City State................10-2 4/15 Mayville State................. 9-11 Mayville State................. 12-1 4/22 at Mayville State.....................7-4 at Mayville State.....................1-3 4/24 vs. Bemidji State %................3-1 vs. South Dakota State %...1-13 vs. Valley City State %...........3-4 4/29 MSU, Moorhead.............. 2-14 MSU, Moorhead............... 3-5 5/1 North Dakota State !....... 5-6

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# Nebraska-Kearney Invitational $ NCC Tournament, Omaha, Neb. % North Dakota State Invitational ! NDAIAW Playoff, Grand Forks, N.D.

1982 (8-12, 0-2 ncc)

Coach: Patricia Warcup 4/2 vs. Minot State #....................10-7 W vs. Chadron State #................6-1 W 4/3 Mayville State #..............Snowed Out Peru State #.....................Snowed Out Bellevue #........................Snowed Out 4/13 Valley City State.............. 1-0 W

4/16 4/17 4/19 4/20 4/22 4/23 4/24 4/30

Valley City State.............. 1-2 vs. Truman State $..................1-9 vs. Washburn $........................5-4 vs. Emporia State $................0-1 at MSU, Moorhead.................0-5 at Mayville State.....................2-6 at Mayville State.....................7-3 North Dakota State......... 4-6 North Dakota State......... 6-9 vs. South Dakota State %....3-1 at North Dakota State %......1-8 vs. Minot State %...................10-2 vs. South Dakota State %....2-3 vs. North Dakota State !.......4-5 vs. Morningside !....................2-6

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# Peru State Invitational $ Missouri Western Invitational % North Dakota State Invitational ! NCC Tournament, Sioux Falls, S.D.

1983 (12-8, 4-3 ncc)

Coach: Cindy Corlett 4/6 at Valley City State.................5-7 at Valley City State.................1-6 4/11 MSU, Moorhead............... 5-2 MSU, Moorhead............... 1-0 4/12 at North Dakota State..........1-2 at North Dakota State.........11-1 4/16 vs. St. Mary’s (Neb.) #............2-9 vs. Southwest State #............5-1 at Augustana #........................6-1 4/18 Mayville State................. 10-0 Mayville State................. 16-1 4/22 vs. Minot State $....................13-0 vs. MSU, Mankato $..............0-10 vs. St. Cloud State $...............0-7 4/26 Minot State..................... 10-0 Minot State..................... 12-2 4/29 vs. South Dakota %...............1-0 at Augustana %......................1-3 4/30 vs. South Dakota State %....2-1 vs. North Dakota State %....4-6

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# Augustana Tournament $ NDSU Invitational % NCC Tournament, Sioux Falls, S.D.

1984 (6-14-1, 0-5-1 ncc)

Coach: Shelly Hughes 3/9 vs. Wichita State #.................1-17 vs. Emporia State #................0-5 3/10 vs. Wayne State #....................0-4 vs. Oklahoma Baptist #.........1-4 4/6 vs. South Dakota $.................2-1 vs. Briar Cliff $..........................6-4 4/9 at Mayville State....................12-2 at Mayville State.....................2-5 4/10 North Dakota State......... 2-7 North Dakota State......... 3-3 4/16 at MSU, Mankato....................3-9 at MSU, Mankato....................1-6 4/17 at MSU, Moorhead.................3-2 at MSU, Moorhead.................2-3 4/20 Bemidji State ^................ 1-2

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MSU, Moorhead ^............ 2-9 L 4/21 Mayville State ^............... 4-0 W Jamestown ^.................... 2-0 W 5/4 vs. Nebraska-Omaha %........1-7 L vs. North Dakota State %....3-7 L # Central State Invitational $ Augustana Tournament ^ North Dakota Invitational, Grand Forks % NCC Tournament, Sioux Falls, S.D.

1985 (11-22, 3-12 ncc)

Coach: Dona Corcoran-Zanotti 3/29 vs. St. Cloud State #...............1-7 vs. Augustana #.......................0-5 3/30 at South Dakota #..................2-3 vs. Nebraska-Omaha #........2-11 4/4 Valley City State.............. 5-8 Valley City State.............. 3-1 4/6 MSU, Moorhead............... 4-9 MSU, Moorhead............... 3-5 4/9 at North Dakota State..........9-4 at North Dakota State..........2-5 4/12 Minnesota-Crookston.... 16-0 4/14 Mayville State................. 4-16 Mayville State................. 6-11 4/16 at Bemidji State......................3-0 at Bemidji State.....................13-4 4/19 at MSU, Mankato $...............0-10 vs. Minnesota-Morris $.........1-2 4/20 vs. Grandview $......................1-8 vs. St. Cloud State $...............9-1 vs. Grandview $......................1-4 4/21 at St. Cloud State....................3-7 at St. Cloud State....................1-9 4/25 at MSU, Moorhead.................1-0 at MSU, Moorhead.................3-5 4/26 vs. St. Thomas %.....................2-4 vs. Concordia %......................9-5 4/27 at North Dakota State %......4-6 vs. Bemidji State %...............10-1 vs. Concordia %......................5-4 4/28 MSU, Mankato................. 3-1 MSU, Mankato................. 0-3 5/3 vs. Augustana !........................0-2 vs. MSU, Mankato !.................7-8

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# DakotaDome Tournament, Vermillion, S.D. $ MSU, Mankato Tournament % North Dakota State Tournament ! NCC Tournament, Omaha, Neb.

1986 (13-17, 4-10 ncc)

Coach: Janna Hjelseth 3/21 vs. South Dakota State #... 12-14 vs. Nebraska-Omaha #........0-10 at South Dakota #..................4-5 4/2 Mayville State................ 13-10 Mayville State.................. 6-1 4/3 Valley City State.............. 3-2 Valley City State.............. 1-2 4/8 at North Dakota State..........4-0 at North Dakota State..........2-4 4/11 vs. Augustana $......................1-7 vs. Minnesota-Duluth $......0-15 vs. Briar Cliff $..........................2-3

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4/12 4/16 4/20 4/23 4/25 4/27 5/1 5/2 5/3

vs. South Dakota $................0-10 vs. North Dakota State $......4-1 at Augustana $........................6-3 Jamestown....................... 2-4 Jamestown....................... 0-1 at MSU, Mankato....................0-7 at MSU, Mankato....................6-4 Bemidji State................... 2-1 Bemidji State................... 6-5 at North Dakota State..........2-5 at Mayville State....................10-3 at Mayville State.....................9-0 at St. Cloud State....................4-7 at St. Cloud State...................16-4 vs. Nebraska-Omaha %........0-3 vs. South Dakota %...............5-4 vs. St. Cloud State %..............6-4 at Nebraska-Omaha %.........0-5

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# DakotaDome Tournament, Vermillion, S.D. $ Augustana Tournament % NCC Tournament, Omaha, Neb.

1987 (21-25, 9-14 ncc)

Coach: Janna Hjelseth 3/19 vs. Nebraska-Omaha #.........1-8 vs. South Dakota State #......5-4 3/20 vs. Augustana #.......................1-5 at South Dakota #..................4-1 4/3 vs. MSU, Moorhead $............3-7 vs. Briar Cliff $.........................8-10 4/4 vs. Wayne State, Neb. $........3-6 vs. St. Mary’s $.........................2-5 4/6 Valley City State............. 10-9 Valley City State.............. 8-7 4/8 at North Dakota State..........3-5 at North Dakota State..........6-4 4/10 vs. Augustana %.....................0-8 vs. MSU, Mankato %.............0-14 vs. St. Xavier %........................2-0 4/11 vs. Concordia %......................9-7 vs. Drake %...............................0-1 4/12 vs. North Dakota State %...11-6 at Northern Iowa %...............9-7 vs. Drake %...............................1-9 4/16 at St. Cloud State....................1-8 at St. Cloud State....................0-2 4/17 vs. St. Cloud State !................0-7 vs. Augsburg !..........................6-0 4/18 vs. Wisconsin-River Falls !....0-4 vs. South Dakota State !.......2-7 4/21 at MSU, Moorhead.................2-7 at MSU, Moorhead.................0-4 4/22 at Bemidji State......................8-4 at Bemidji State......................6-4 4/24 vs. Minnesota-Duluth @.....2-10 vs. Mayville State @..............12-6 4/25 vs. MSU, Moorhead @...........3-0 vs. Concordia @.......................6-2 vs. MSU, Mankato @..............1-5 4/25 MSU, Mankato................. 4-8 MSU, Mankato................. 2-6 4/28 North Dakota State......... 1-0 North Dakota State....... 13-10 4/29 at Mayville State.....................3-2

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5/1 5/2 5/3

at Mayville State.....................6-1 vs. Nebraska-Omaha ^.........0-3 vs. North Dakota State ^.....2-1 vs. St. Cloud State ^...............3-1 at Augustana ^.......................4-3 vs. Nebraska-Omaha ^........3-10

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# DakotaDome Tournament, Vermillion, S.D. $ Augustana Tournament % Northern Iowa Tournament ! MSU, Mankato Tournament @ North Dakota State Tournament ^ NCC Tournament, Sioux Falls, S.D.

1988 (7-22, 3-15 ncc)

Coach: Cindy Cortese 3/17 vs. Nebraska-Omaha #........2-13 L at South Dakota #..................1-6 L 3/18 vs. South Dakota State #......2-7 L vs. Augustana #.......................0-7 L 4/6 North Dakota State......... 8-4 W North Dakota State......... 3-7 L 4/10 Bemidji State................... 2-0 W Bemidji State................... 6-3 W 4/15 vs. St. Cloud State $...............1-8 L vs. Gustavus $....................... 10-15 L 4/16 vs. North Dakota State $......9-6 W vs. St. Thomas $......................0-18 L 4/17 at MSU, Mankato....................0-7 L at MSU, Mankato...................0-10 L 4/20 at North Dakota State..........1-4 L at North Dakota State..........2-5 L 4/22 vs. MSU, Mankato %.............4-13 L vs. Minnesota-Duluth %......3-6 L vs. MSU, Moorhead %...........5-0 W 4/23 vs. South Dakota State %....3-2 W vs. Minnesota-Duluth %.....0-14 L vs. St. Cloud State %..............0-6 L 4/24 St. Cloud State................ 1-14 L St. Cloud State................ 0-11 L 4/27 MSU, Moorhead............... 0-3 L MSU, Moorhead............... 2-4 L 4/29 vs. Augustana !........................1-9 L vs. South Dakota !..................8-3 W vs. South Dakota State !......1-10 L #DakotaDome Tournament, Vermillion, S.D. $ MSU, Mankato Tournament % North Dakota State Tournament ! NCC Tournament, Omaha, Neb.

1989 (4-17, 1-4 ncc)

Coach: Doreen Zierer 3/12 vs. Nebraska-Omaha #.........0-6 at South Dakota #..................3-6 3/13 vs. South Dakota State #......2-0 vs. Augustana #.......................0-7 4/12 at North Dakota State.... 7-12 at North Dakota State... 15-10 4/16 at MSU, Moorhead........... 4-3 at MSU, Moorhead.......... 4-10 4/19 North Dakota State...............1-3 North Dakota State...............7-3 4/21 MSU, Mankato.........................1-6 MSU, Mankato........................0-11 4/22 at North Dakota State $......4-10

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vs. South Dakota State $......6-7 vs. MSU, Mankato $..............4-12 vs. Augustana $.....................2-12 vs. St. Cloud State $...............1-8 at Bemidji State......................3-4 at Bemidji State......................0-2 vs. MSU, Mankato !.................0-7 vs. South Dakota State !......2-13

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# DakotaDome Tournament, Vermillion, S.D. $ North Dakota State Tournament % MSU, Mankato Tournament ! NCC Tournament, Sioux Falls, S.D.

1990 (12-22, 2-2 ncc)

Coach: Doreen Zierer 3-18 vs. Augustana #.......................0-8 at South Dakota #.................3-10 3-19 vs. South Dakota State #......2-4 vs. Morningside #...................0-2 3/27 at Jamestown..........................7-8 at Jamestown..........................4-3 4/7 vs. South Dakota $.................5-2 vs. Nebraska-Omaha $.........3-8 4/8 at Augustana $........................0-7 at Augustana $.......................0-10 4/11 North Dakota State......... 5-0 North Dakota State......... 7-5 4/13 vs. Nebraska-Omaha %........2-3 vs. Concordia-St. Paul %......4-5 vs. North Dakota State %....8-0 4/14 vs. MSU, Mankato %..............0-7 vs. Augustana %.....................1-8 4/15 at Northern Iowa %..............3-17 4/18 Bemidji State................. 10-12 Bemidji State................... 7-0 4/20 St. Cloud State................. 0-3 St. Cloud State................. 0-5 4/21 at North Dakota State !........6-0 vs. Valley City State !..............7-0 vs. St. Cloud State !................1-6 4/22 vs. MSU, Moorhead !.............6-0 vs. Minnesota-Duluth !.........0-6 vs. South Dakota State !.......0-3 4/24 at North Dakota State..........5-1 at North Dakota State..........5-1 4/25 at Concordia............................2-3 at Concordia............................8-0 5/4 vs. St. Cloud State @..............2-3 vs. St. Cloud State @..............0-5

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# DakotaDome Tournament, Vermillion, S.D. $ Augustana Tournament % Northern Iowa Tournament ! North Dakota State Tournament @ NCC Tournament, Sioux Falls, S.D.

1991 (17-18, 2-4 ncc)

Coach: Chickie Mason 3/17 vs. Nebraska-Omaha #........4-10 vs. South Dakota State #......5-2 3/18 vs. Augustana #.......................1-8 at South Dakota #..................6-2 3/26 Jamestown....................... 7-0 Jamestown....................... 9-4 64

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4/2 4/5 4/6 4/7 4/6 4/11 4/13 4/14 4/16 4/19 4/20 4/21 4/26 5/3

Concordia......................... 1-0 W Concordia......................... 3-0 W at South Dakota State..........0-2 L at South Dakota State..........2-3 L at South Dakota State..........5-3 W vs. Southwestern $............. 12-11 W at Augustana $.......................2-13 L vs. South Dakota State $......2-9 L Mayville State.................. 1-0 W Mayville State.................. 1-0 W MSU, Mankato................. 2-3 L MSU, Mankato................. 4-0 W vs. South Dakota State %....8-2 W vs. MSU, Moorhead %...........2-7 L vs. St. Cloud State %.............5-10 L vs. Minnesota-Duluth %......5-9 L at North Dakota State..........5-0 W at North Dakota State..........3-4 L St. Cloud State................ 1-11 L St. Cloud State................. 1-3 L vs. South Dakota State !.......6-0 W vs. Nebraska-Kearney !.........2-5 L vs. MSU, Mankato !.................5-4 W vs. South Dakota !.................14-4 W at North Dakota State !........4-3 W vs. Morningside !....................4-8 L at Bemidji State............. 0-7 (Forfeit) L at Bemidji State............. 0-7 (Forfeit) L vs. St. Cloud State @.............2-13 L

# DakotaDome Tournament, Vermillion, S.D. $ Augustana Tournament % Southwest State Tournament ! North Dakota State Tournament @ NCC Tournament, Mankato, Minn.

1992 (8-17, 3-3 ncc)

Coach: Scott Steen 3/28 vs. Southwest State #...........0-13 vs. South Dakota State #......0-4 3/29 vs. Morningside #..................2-12 at South Dakota #.................2-10 4/4 vs. MSU, Moorhead $............9-5 vs. Nebraska-Omaha $........4-12 4/5 vs. South Dakota State $......0-4 vs. North Dakota State $......1-3 4/7 North Dakota State......... 7-2 North Dakota State......... 2-0 4/11 vs. MSU, Mankato %..............1-5 vs. Valley City State %..........10-2 4/16 St. Cloud State................. 4-3 St. Cloud State................ 8-15 4/24 at MSU, Mankato....................1-5 at MSU, Mankato....................1-6 4/25 vs. Augustana !........................0-8 vs. South Dakota !..................4-5 4/26 vs. St. Cloud State !................3-5 vs. Morningside !....................1-4 4/28 Bemidji State................... 6-2 Bemidji State................... 2-1 5/1 vs. St. Cloud State @..............2-1 vs. Augustana @.....................0-7 5/2 vs. Morningside @..................2-3

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# DakotaDome Tournament, Vermillion, S.D.

$ Augustana Tournament % North Dakota State Tournament ! MSU, Mankato Tournament @ NCC Tournament, Omaha, Neb.

1993 (13-28, 1-5 ncc)

Coach: Scott Steen 3/16 at Central Missouri.................2-9 at Central Missouri.................1-6 3/17 at Washburn.............................5-7 at Washburn.............................1-5 3/27 vs. Augustana #.......................0-9 at South Dakota #..................5-2 3/28 vs. South Dakota State #......0-2 at South Dakota #..................3-5 vs. MSU, Mankato #...............1-5 4/8 at South Dakota State..........5-9 at South Dakota State..........2-4 4/13 at North Dakota State..........2-0 at North Dakota State..........2-3 4/14 Valley City State.............. 4-3 Valley City State.............. 3-1 4/16 MSU, Mankato................. 0-4 MSU, Mankato................. 0-8 4/17 vs. St. Cloud State $..............2-14 vs, Jamestown $.....................1-3 4/18 vs. MSU, Moorhead $............6-5 4/20 at Mayville State....................14-3 at Mayville State....................13-3 4/21 at Bemidji State......................8-3 at Bemidji State......................1-2 4/23 at St. Cloud State....................0-7 at St. Cloud State....................1-6 4/24 vs. Minnesota-Duluth %......2-4 vs. Morningside %.................3-0 4/25 vs. Southwest State %..........0-6 vs. St. Cloud State %.............6-10 4/28 MSU, Moorhead............... 0-1 MSU, Moorhead............... 2-5 4/30 vs. Wisconsin-Whitewater !.4-3 vs. Wisconsin-River Falls !....2-3 5/1 vs. Wisconsin-Stout !.............9-0 vs. Wisconsin-Superior !.......0-9 at Wisconsin-River Falls !......1-9 5/4 Bemidji State................... 7-2 Bemidji State................... 3-2 5/7 vs. Nebraska-Omaha @........0-8 vs. St. Cloud State @..............2-7

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# South Dakota Tournament $ Southwest State Tournament % North Dakota State Tournament ! Wisconsin-River Falls Tournament @ NCC Tournament, Mankato, Minn.

1994 (20-21, 2-4 ncc)

Coach: Denise Robinson 3/14 vs. Aurora #..............................12-1 vs. Hartford #..........................3-12 3/15 vs. Rhode Island #..................2-0 vs. Elms #...................................4-5 3/16 vs. Marist #................................3-0 3/17 vs. Fairfield #............................3-0 vs. Elms #...................................8-0 3/18 vs. New Haven #.....................3-9

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at South Dakota State..........2-5 at South Dakota......................7-6 at Morningside.......................4-8 vs. Midland Lutheran...........12-1 at Nebraska-Omaha..............0-4 vs. Nebraska-Kearney...........0-8 vs. Minnesota-Duluth...........2-0 vs. Central Oklahoma...........2-7 at Regis.....................................11-4 North Dakota State........ 14-1 North Dakota State........ 12-2 Jamestown....................... 1-0 Jamestown....................... 6-4 at MSU, Mankato....................2-3 vs. Minnesota-Morris............0-4 vs. Jamestown........................10-0 at North Dakota State..........9-1 vs. Bemidji State.....................5-1 at MSU, Mankato....................1-2 at Bemidji State......................0-4 at Bemidji State......................1-0 at MSU, Mankato....................1-6 at MSU, Mankato....................1-4 vs. St. Cloud State $...............0-5 vs. Augustana $......................4-3 vs. Southwest State $............5-9 vs. South Dakota State $......1-2 St. Cloud State................. 4-8 St. Cloud State................. 0-8 Bemidji State.................. 12-7 Bemidji State.................. 14-4 at Morningside %..................3-14 vs. South Dakota State %....1-2

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# Florida trip, Fort Myers, Fla. $ MSU, Mankato Tournament % NCC Tournament, Sioux Falls, S.D.

1995 (21-18, 3-2 ncc)

Coach: Denise Robinson 3/13 vs. Bryant #...............................6-0 vs. New Haven #.....................4-3 3/14 vs. Edinboro #..........................3-1 vs. Holy Family #....................10-0 3/16 vs. Holy Family #....................10-2 vs. New Haven #.....................0-1 vs. Manhattan #......................4-3 3/17 vs. Bryant #...............................5-8 vs. Bradley #.............................0-9 4/1 vs. Nebraska-Omaha $.........0-2 at Augustana $........................1-0 vs. St. Cloud State $...............3-0 4/2 vs. Wayne State, Neb. $........1-0 at Nebraska-Omaha..............1-5 4/8 at Nebraska-Omaha..............0-6 4/9 at Nebraska-Omaha..............1-6 vs. N.M. Highlands %............6-4 4/10 vs. Augustana %....................0-15 vs. Wayne State, Neb. %.......3-2 4/14 vs. Concordia %......................4-3 vs. Minnesota-Duluth %......0-1 vs. Minot State %...................11-6 4/17 at North Dakota State..........1-0 at North Dakota State.........13-3 4/21 at St. Cloud State....................0-1

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4/22 4/23 4/26 5/2 5/5 5/5 5/6

at St. Cloud State....................6-2 W vs. MSU, Mankato !.................0-1 L vs. Minnesota-Duluth !.........2-6 L vs. Southwest State !.............0-2 L vs. Wayne State, Neb. !..........9-2 W vs. Augustana !........................2-5 L at MSU, Mankato !..................2-6 L at Jamestown..........................0-1 L at Jamestown..........................4-3 W Minnesota-Crookston..... 6-0 W Minnesota-Crookston..... 7-4 W vs. MSU, Mankato @..............1-0 W vs. Augustana @.....................0-1 L vs. South Dakota State @....0-6 L

# Lee County Classic, Ft. Myers, Fla. $ Augustana Tournament % Nebraska-Omaha Tournament ! MSU, Mankato Tournament @ NCC Tournament, St. Cloud, Minn.

1996 (10-33, 0-6 ncc)

Coach: Denise Robinson 3/10 vs. Pennsylvania #.................11-3 3/11 vs. New Haven #.....................1-9 3/12 vs. Lehigh #...............................3-4 vs. Edinboro #..........................0-1 3/13 vs. Villanova #..........................1-2 vs. Marist #................................0-1 vs. Iona #....................................0-2 3/14 vs. Wisconsin-Eau Claire #...5-4 3/15 vs. Aquinas #............................5-1 vs. Lemoine #..........................11-1 3/30 vs. St. Cloud State $...............2-1 at Augustana $.......................5-10 vs. South Dakota $.................2-6 3/31 vs. Winona State $..................7-3 vs. South Dakota State $......1-7 4/5 vs. Augustana %.....................0-1 at South Dakota State %.....0-6 vs. MSU, Moorhead %...........5-1 4/6 vs. Southwest State %..........2-0 vs. South Dakota %...............1-7 4/10 at North Dakota State..........1-2 at North Dakota State..........0-8 4/12 at Nebraska-Omaha.............0-11 at Nebraska-Omaha..............3-6 4/13 vs. Northwest Missouri !......2-3 vs. Augustana !.......................0-10 4/14 vs. Morningside !....................1-3 4/16 St. Cloud State................. 0-2 St. Cloud State................. 5-6 4/19 at MSU, Mankato....................1-3 at MSU, Mankato....................1-6 4/20 vs. Morningside @..................2-8 vs. Augustana @.....................1-4 4/21 vs. St. Cloud State @..............0-2 vs. Southwest State @..........0-4 4/23 North Dakota State......... 0-2 North Dakota State......... 4-8 4/27 vs. Jamestown ^....................1-10 vs. Mayville State ^................0-1 vs. MSU, Moorhead ^............1-4 4/28 at North Dakota State ^......10-2 vs. Northern State ^.............10-0

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# Florida spring trip $ Augustana Tournament % South Dakota State Tournament ! Nebraska-Omaha Tournament @ MSU, Mankato Tournament ^ North Dakota State Tournament

1997 (12-10, 1-3 ncc)

Coach: Paula Sondreal 3/9 vs. Kenne State #...................10-3 vs. New Haven #.....................2-3 3/10 vs. Lehigh #...............................2-0 vs. Westchester #....................1-4 3/11 vs. Pennsylvania #..................3-2 vs. Kenne State #...................10-2 3/12 vs. New Haven #.....................2-0 vs. Westchester #....................6-4 3/13 vs. Marist #................................3-0 vs. Marycrest #.........................9-0 3/22 at South Dakota $.................2-10 vs. Morningside $...................1-7 3/23 vs. Minnesota-Morris $.........5-3 vs. South Dakota State $......0-5 4/12 at Augustana %......................3-2 4/13 vs. South Dakota State %....5-6 vs. South Dakota %...............1-2 vs. Northern State %............10-3 4/15 at St. Cloud State....................1-0 at St. Cloud State....................1-2 4/16 at North Dakota State.........1-14 at North Dakota State..........1-9

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# Spring trip, Fort Myers, Fla. $ DakotaDome Invitational, Vermillion, S.D. % Augustana Tournament

1998 (10-36, 0-6 ncc)

Coach: Paula Sondreal 3/15 vs. Niagara #.............................3-4 vs. Niagara #.............................2-1 3/16 vs. UMass-Lowell #.................3-2 vs. Tufts #...................................3-7 3/17 vs. Lemoyne #..........................2-3 vs. Wheaton #..........................1-3 3/18 vs. UMass-Lowell #.................6-3 vs. Hamilton #..........................6-0 3/19 vs. Lemoyne#...........................1-0 4/3 at Augustana..........................4-10 at Augustana...........................3-8 4/4 vs. South Dakota $.................2-3 vs. Bemidji State $..................0-1 4/4 at Augustana $.......................0-14 4/5 vs. St. Cloud State $...............6-7 vs. South Dakota $.................1-0 4/10 at South Dakota......................4-8 at South Dakota......................2-1 4/11 vs. Augustana %.....................0-6 at Nebraska-Omaha %.........0-2 vs. South Dakota %...............0-9 4/12 vs. South Dakota State %....2-6 vs. Morningside %.................1-9 4/14 MSU, Moorhead............... 1-3 MSU, Moorhead.............. 12-4

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North Dakota State......... 0-5 L at North Dakota State..........2-7 L at MSU, Mankato....................2-5 L at MSU, Mankato....................1-7 L vs. Morningside !....................4-0 W vs. St. Cloud State !................1-4 L vs. North Dakota State !.......4-6 L vs. Augustana !........................0-5 L vs. South Dakota !..................2-3 L at North Dakota State..........0-3 L at North Dakota State..........2-3 L Mayville State..........................2-4 L Mayville State..........................8-2 W St. Cloud State.........................0-3 L St. Cloud State.........................2-8 L vs. Southwest State @..........0-8 L vs. Minnesota-Duluth @......0-2 L at North Dakota State @......0-8 L vs. St. Cloud State @..............0-4 L vs. South Dakota State ^.....0-4 L vs. MSU, Mankato ^...............1-0 W

# Gene Cusic Classic, Fort Myers, Fla. $ Augustana tournament % Nebraska-Omaha tournament ! MSU, Mankato tournament @ North Dakota State tournament ^ NCC tournament, Fargo, N.D.

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vs. Briar Cliff @........................11-1 vs. St. Cloud State @..............0-1 North Dakota State......... 2-4 North Dakota State......... 1-2 MSU, Mankato................. 1-3 MSU, Mankato................. 0-8 at North Dakota State ^......0-12 vs. MSU, Mankato ^...............0-6 vs. Minnesota-Duluth ^.......2-1 vs. Nebraska-Omaha ^........0-11 vs. MSU, Moorhead ^............0-1 vs. South Dakota State &.. 11-12 at Morningside &....................5-6

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# Spring Trip, Fort Myers, Fla. $ SDSU Dome Classic, Vermillion, S.D. % South Dakota Dome Invitational ! North-South Tournament, Mankato, Minn. @ Morningside Tournament, Sioux Falls, S.D. ^ NDSU Tournament, Fargo, N.D. & NCC Tournament, Sioux Falls, S.D.

2000 (24-25, 3-11 ncc)

1999 (13-33-1, 4-22 ncc)

Coach: Paula Sondreal 3/7 vs. Slippery Rock #.................9-7 vs. Assumption #....................2-2 3/8 vs. Westminster #...................6-5 vs. Assumption #....................4-7 3/9 vs. Grand Valley #...................0-8 vs. St. Anselm #.......................3-5 3/10 vs. Slippery Rock #.................4-3 vs. Assumption #...................2-17 3/11 vs. Monmouth #.....................1-4 vs. Grand Valley State #........1-4 3/20 at South Dakota......................0-5 3/21 vs. Augustana $.....................3-11 at South Dakota $..................3-0 3/22 vs. MSU, Moorhead $............9-2 vs. Southwest State $............4-3 3/27 vs. Northern Colorado %.....4-7 vs. South Dakota State %...12-2 3/28 vs. Mary %.................................1-5 vs. MSU, Mankato %..............6-5 4/7 at North Dakota State..........5-6 at North Dakota State..........0-1 4/9 at Minnesota-Morris.............6-1 at Minnesota-Morris............10-0 4/13 at Bemidji State......................1-2 at Bemidji State......................4-5 4/17 at St. Cloud State....................1-4 at St. Cloud State....................2-4 4/18 vs. Augustana !........................0-2 vs. South Dakota !..................1-0 4/19 vs. Morningside !....................0-8 vs. Nebraska-Omaha !...........1-2 4/23 at Morningside.......................0-8 4/24 vs. Minnesota-Duluth @......3-8 vs. St. Cloud State @..............0-8

4/25 4/29 4/30 5/1 5/2 5/7

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Coach: Paula Sondreal 3/10 vs. Bridgeport #......................5-6 3/11 vs. Tri-State #............................7-0 3/12 vs. Bethel #...............................7-4 vs. Bryant #...............................6-0 vs. Keene State #....................5-2 3/14 vs. UMass-Lowell #.................3-2 vs. Framingham #...................5-0 vs. Wisconsin-Stevens Point #.4-0 3/15 vs. Bentley #.............................2-0 vs. Georgetown #...................7-4 vs. St. Francis #........................7-3 3/16 vs. Bentley #.............................3-2 vs. Bryant #...............................8-0 3/25 at South Dakota $..................2-0 3/26 vs. Mary $..................................0-2 vs. MSU, Mankato $...............3-5 vs. North Dakota State $......0-5 4/5 at St. Cloud State . .................0-4 at St. Cloud State . .................0-2 4/6 at North Dakota State .........0-1 at North Dakota State .........3-8 4/8 at South Dakota ....................0-5 at South Dakota ....................3-1 4/9 vs. Northern Colorado % . ..1-3 vs. Morningside % ................0-2 vs. South Dakota % ..............0-4 at Augustana % .....................0-6 4/14 at MSU, Mankato . .................3-2 at MSU, Mankato . .................5-0 4/15 Minot State...................... 8-3 4/19 at Bemidji State......................1-2 at Bemidji State......................5-4 4/21 vs. Minnesota-Duluth !.........0-4 vs. MSU, Moorhead !.............3-5 vs. Minnesota-Crookston !.14-0 4/22 vs. MSU, Moorhead !.............3-1 at North Dakota State !........0-8 4/24 South Dakota State ........ 5-0 South Dakota State ........ 0-1 4/25 North Dakota State ........ 0-5 North Dakota State ........ 2-6

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4/28 4/29 5/7

Northern Colorado ......... 0-2 L Northern Colorado ......... 7-5 W Augustana @ ................... 0-8 L Nebraska-Omaha @ ....... 0-12 L vs. Northern Colorado ^......3-2 W vs. St. Cloud State ^...............0-7 L vs. South Dakota State ^.....8-3 W vs. North Dakota State ^.....0-8 L

# Gene Cusic Classic, Fort Myers, Fla. $ South Dakota Dome Invitational % NCC North-South, Sioux Falls, S.D. ! North Dakota State Invitational @ NCC North-South, Grand Forks, N.D. ^ NCC Tournament, Omaha, Neb.

2001 (21-28, 3-11 ncc)

Coach: Paula Sondreal 3/9 vs. Slippery Rock #.................5-4 vs. Grand Valley State #........2-6 3/10 vs. Jamestown #.....................6-2 vs. LeMoyne #..........................0-2 vs. Nova Southeastern #......2-4 3/11 vs. St. Peter’s #.........................1-2 vs. Nova Southeastern #......0-1 3/13 vs. Colgate #.............................2-3 vs. Quinicy #............................10-0 vs. Bridgeport #......................4-0 3/14 vs. Suffolk #.............................15-0 vs. Bentley #............................16-1 3/15 vs. Lindenwood #...................3-4 vs. Northern Kentucky #.....2-12 vs. Marist #...............................2-10 3/24 at South Dakota $..................5-6 vs. MSU, Moorhead $...........10-3 3/25 vs. Southwest State $............6-8 vs. Morningside $...................3-5 3/31 vs. Southwest State %..........3-2 vs. CU-Colorado Springs %.3-0 vs. Northwest Missouri %...4-13 4/1 vs. Central Missouri %..........2-0 vs. Washburn %.......................0-3 4/7 vs. Northern Colorado !........0-3 vs. Augustana !.......................2-10 vs. South Dakota !..................5-7 4/8 at Morningside !.....................1-2 vs. Nebraska-Omaha !..........0-10 4/12 MSU-Billings.................... 3-1 MSU-Billings.................... 8-0 4/18 St. Cloud State *............... 0-5 St. Cloud State *............... 4-1 4/20 MSU, Mankato *............... 6-0 MSU, Mankato *............... 1-4 4/22 South Dakota ^ *....................5-2 4/24 at South Dakota State *.......1-2 at South Dakota State *.......2-3 4/25 at North Dakota State *.......2-5 at North Dakota State *......0-10 4/26 MSU, Moorhead............... 1-2 MSU, Moorhead............... 2-0 4/28 vs. Northern State &.............10-2 vs. MSU, Moorhead &............6-0 vs. Concordia - St. Paul &.....3-2 4/29 vs. Southwest State &...........3-2 vs. Minnesota-Duluth &.......4-5

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5/4 5/5

vs. Northern Colorado $......5-4 vs. Nebraska-Omaha $.........0-8

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2002 (23-33, 3-13 ncc)

Coach: Tracy Marback 3/8 vs. Gannon #............................0-7 vs. Grand Valley State #........2-6 vs. Holy Family #.....................6-1 3/9 vs. Nova Southeastern #......9-7 vs. Robert Morris #.................3-4 3/10 vs. Stonehill #...........................2-1 vs. Indianapolis #....................3-1 vs. Teikyo Post #......................4-1 3/11 vs. St. Joseph’s University #.0-1 vs. St. Joseph’s College #.....7-0 3/13 vs. Indianapolis #....................1-2 vs. Marian #..............................0-7 vs. Judson #..............................9-3 3/14 vs. Stonehill #..........................11-0 vs. Bentley #.............................7-2 3/23 vs. MSU, Mankato $...............2-6 3/24 vs. South Dakota $.................0-5 vs. Morningside $..................2-15 vs. Winona State $..................0-1 3/28 vs. Mary %.................................4-3 3/29 vs. St. Cloud State %..............0-7 vs. Missouri Western %.........7-3 3/30 vs. Minnesota-Duluth %......3-6 at North Dakota State %......3-6 4/6 at Augustana !........................0-11 vs. South Dakota !..................2-3 4/7 vs. Missouri Western !..........9-12 vs. Morningside !....................7-0 vs. Concordia-St. Paul !.........1-2 4/9 at MSU, Moorhead.................2-0 at MSU, Moorhead................10-5 4/13 vs. Northern Colorado I *.....5-2 vs. Augustana I *.....................1-7 vs. Morningside I *.................4-5 4/14 at South Dakota I *................1-3 vs. Nebraska-Omaha I *......2-11 4/16 MSU, Moorhead............... 0-2 MSU, Moorhead............... 7-0 4/17 Bemidji State.................. 10-0 Bemidji State................... 8-0 4/19 at St. Cloud State *.................0-3 at St. Cloud State *.................1-2 4/20 vs. Northern Colorado II *...5-6 vs. Nebraska-Omaha II *......2-6 vs. South Dakota II *..............2-5 4/23 North Dakota State *............0-6 North Dakota State *............2-7 4/25 at South Dakota State *.......7-5 at South Dakota State *......6-11 4/26 at MSU, Mankato *.................2-0

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5/1 5/3

at MSU, Mankato *.................0-8 L at Minnesota-Crookston.....8-0 W at Minnesota-Crookston....13-2 W South Dakota @............... 3-1 W North Dakota State @..... 1-9 L Northern Colorado @...... 6-7 L

# Gene Cusic Classic, Fort Myers, Fla. $ DakotaDome Invitational, Vermillion, S.D. % North Dakota State Tournament ! Augustana Tournament I NCC North-South, Sioux City, Iowa II NCC North-South, Sauk Rapids, Minn. @ NCC Tournament, Grand Forks, N.D. * North Central Conference game

2003 (15-30, 3-13 ncc)

Coach: Tracy Marback 3/14 vs. Holy Family #.....................6-2 vs. Palm Beach Atlantic #....5-13 vs. Winona State #..................1-9 3/15 vs. Franklin Pierce #...............6-0 vs. Armstrong Atlantic #.....0-10 3/16 vs. Armstrong Atlantic #......1-6 vs. Wisconsin-Oshkosh #.....9-0 vs. Wisconsin-Stevens Point #.2-1 3/18 vs. Buffalo State #...................1-4 vs. Florida Gulf Coast #.........9-4 3/19 vs. Hillsdale #...........................1-6 vs. Northern Colorado #......2-0 3/22 vs. Truman State $..................1-2 at Missouri Western $...........2-3 vs. Concordia-St. Paul $........1-0 3/23 vs. Central Missouri $............2-3 vs. Northwest Missouri $.....1-2 3/26 at Mary......................................1-13 at Mary.......................................5-7 3/29 vs. Augustana %.....................3-4 vs. MSU, Moorhead %...........1-0 3/30 vs. Northern State %............0-10 vs. Southwest State %..........9-0 4/8 at North Dakota State *.......0-5 at North Dakota State *......0-13 4/12 vs. Augustana *!......................0-2 vs. South Dakota *!................1-2 vs. Nebraska-Omaha *!........1-10 4/13 at Northern Colorado *!.......2-0 4/18 vs. Bemidji State @.................7-0 vs. Concordia @.......................2-0 4/22 MSU, Mankato *.............. 2-10 MSU, Mankato *.............. 0-10 4/23 South Dakota State *....... 3-1 South Dakota State *....... 2-5 4/26 vs. Nebraska-Omaha *^.......2-8 vs. Northern Colorado *^....7-2 4/27 vs. Augustana *^....................0-5 vs. South Dakota *^..............1-5 4/28 at St. Scholastica.....................0-4 at St. Scholastica.....................5-3 4/29 St. Cloud State *............... 0-2 St. Cloud State *.............. 0-12 5/2 vs. South Dakota State &.....0-2 vs. Northern Colorado &......3-4

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$ Missouri Western Tournament, St. Joseph, Mo. % DakotaDome Tournament, Vermillion, S.D. ! NCC North-South Tournament I, Greeley, Colo. @ North Dakota State Classic, Fargo, N.D. ^ NCC North-South Tournament II, Brookings, S.D. & NCC Tournament, Mankato, Minn. * North Central Conference game

2004 (17-34, 1-13 ncc)

Coach: Tracy Marback 2/07 vs. Washburn!..........................2-3 vs. Emporia State!.................1-11 2/08 vs. Midwestern State!...........0-8 vs. Texas A&M-Kingsville!....5-8 3/11 vs. Incarnate Word@..............3-9 vs. Texas Women’s Univ.@...1-3 3/16 at St. Edward’s.........................1-4 at St. Edward’s.........................0-1 3/17 at St. Mary’s..............................0-8 at St. Mary’s..............................0-8 3/18 at Incarnate Word..................4-0 at Incarnate Word..................1-4 3/19 vs. Oklahoma Panhandle....7-4 vs. Oklahoma Panhandle....0-3 4/02 at South Dakota*....................1-2 4/03 at South Dakota*....................5-6 4/04 at Nebraska-Omaha*............0-5 at Nebraska-Omaha*............0-8 4/09 vs. Minnesota-Crookston#.. 9-0 at Concordia-St. Paul#..........1-5 vs. MSU, Moorhead#.............7-0 4/10 vs. Bemidji State#...................5-2 4/12 at Bemidji State.....................10-4 at Bemidji State......................8-0 4/14 St. Scholastica.................. 5-0 St. Scholastica.................. 0-5 4/15 at MSU, Moorhead.................2-0 at MSU, Moorhead.................6-7 4/16 Minnesota Duluth........... 3-2 Minnesota Duluth........... 4-0 4/17 South Dakota State*....... 1-2 South Dakota State*....... 5-6 4/18 Augustana*...................... 0-3 Augustana*...................... 2-1 4/21 North Dakota State*....... 0-1 North Dakota State*....... 0-4 4/22 at St. Cloud State*..................0-2 at St. Cloud State*..................0-3 4/23 at Minnesota State*..............0-2 at Minnesota State*..............0-1 4/24 vs. Minnesota Duluth%........2-1 vs. Missouri Western%..........5-6 vs. Concordia-St. Paul%.......1-8 4/25 vs. Winona State%.................2-4 vs SW Minnesota State%..... 3-2 4/27 Mayville State.................. 3-0 Mayville State.................. 4-2 4/30 vs. Nebraska-Omaha^..........0-1 vs. Minnesota State^............1-6 5/03 Mary................................. 2-4

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* – North Central Conference game ! – Texas A&M-Kingsville Tournament @ – Alamo-Incarnate Word Tournament # – Concordia-St. Paul Tournament % – Minnesota State Crossover ^ – North Central Conference Tournament

2005 (20-29, 4-9 ncc)

Coach: Tracy Marback 2/12 at Texas A&M-Kingsville.......1-4 L at Texas A&M-Kingsville.......0-4 L 2/13 at Texas A&M-Kingsville.......0-6 L at Texas A&M-Kingsville.......2-9 L 3/13 vs. St. Thomas!.........................8-0 W vs. Wilmington!.......................6-0 W 3/14 vs. C.W. Post!........................ (8) 2-1 W vs. Bentley!...............................3-1 W 3/15 vs. St. Michael’s!......................4-9 L vs. Bentley!...............................8-0 W 3/16 vs. Southhampton!................8-0 W vs. College of Wooster!.........8-4 W 3/25 at Missouri Western...............0-8 L 3/26 vs. Truman State.....................2-6 L 4/02 vs. NW Missouri State#.........1-0 W vs. Augustana#........................3-4 L vs. SW Minnesota State#..(8) 8-3 W 4/03 vs. Missouri Western#...........1-3 L vs. Wayne State#.....................0-1 L 4/07 at MSU, Moorhead.................1-4 L at MSU, Moorhead.................6-3 W 4/08 at Augustana*.........................0-5 L at Augustana*.........................1-0 W 4/09 at Minnesota State*.............1-14 L at Minnesota State*......... (14) 3-4 L 4/16 vs. South Dakota State%.....1-9 L 4/17 at Concordia-St. Paul%.........0-4 L vs. Upper Iowa%.....................0-4 L vs. MSU, Moorhead%............6-8 L 4/18 Minnesota-Crookston..... 2-0 W Minnesota-Crookston.... 11-1 W 4/19 Minnesota Duluth*......... 0-4 L Minnesota Duluth*......... 3-0 W 4/20 MSU, Moorhead............... 0-3 L MSU, Moorhead............... 2-1 W 4/22 Nebraska-Omaha*.......... 1-4 L Nebraska-Omaha*.......... 4-0 W 4/23 South Dakota*................. 1-0 W South Dakota*.............. (8) 1-2 L 4/26 Bemidji State................... 6-0 W 4/29 at St. Cloud State*..................0-2 L at St. Cloud State*..................0-4 L 4/30 vs. SW Minnesota State^.....9-4 W vs. Truman^.............................1-10 L vs. Washburn^.........................1-3 L 5/06 vs. St. Cloud State&.............(8) 2-1 W vs. Nebraska-Omaha&..........0-2 L vs. Minnesota Duluth&........6-8 L * – North Central Conference game ! – Gene Cusic Classic (Ft. Myers, Fla.) # – Nebraska-Omaha Tournament (Omaha, Neb.) % – Concordia-St. Paul Tournament (St. Paul 68

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Minn.) ^ – Minnesota State Tournament (Mankato, Minn.) & – NCC Tournament (Vermillion, S.D.)

2006 (17-25, 2-10 ncc)

Coach: Tracy Marback 3/03 at Missouri Western State...0-3 L at Missouri Western State...1-9 L 3/11 vs. Assumption!......................3-0 W vs. Saginaw Valley State!......2-1 W 3/12 vs. St Michael’s!.......................1-0 W vs. West Chester!.....................1-0 W 3/13 vs. Post!.....................................10-0 W vs. Bentley!...............................3-1 W 3/14 vs. West Chester!.....................0-1 L vs. Wilmington!.......................8-6 W 3/15 vs. Bentley!...............................0-1 L vs. Slippery Rock!...................2-0 W 4/01 vs. Southwest Minn. State#.1-5 L vs. Truman State#...................0-5 L vs. Missouri Western State#.0-9 L 4/07 at Nebraska-Omaha*............2-3 L at Nebraska-Omaha*............0-8 L 4/08 at South Dakota*....................1-2 L at South Dakota*....................5-7 L 4/12 Minnesota, Crookston.... 5-1 W Minnesota, Crookston... 11-0 W 4/13 at Winona State......................3-9 L at Winona State......................5-4 W 4/14 vs. Nebraska-Omaha%.........0-2 L at Concordia-St. Paul%.........4-5 L vs. St. Cloud State%...............3-4 L 4/15 vs. Augustana%......................0-8 L vs. Missouri Western State%.7-10 L 4/19 at Minnesota, Crookston.....7-2 W at Minnesota, Crookston.....6-0 W 4/21 Augustana*...................... 0-1 L Augustana*...................... 1-3 L 4/22 Minnesota State*............ 0-2 L Minnesota State*............ 5-9 L 4/25 at Minnesota Duluth*...........6-5 W at Minnesota Duluth*...........4-5 L 4/27 St. Cloud State*............... 6-5 W St. Cloud State*............... 2-6 L 5/05 Augustana&.............................0-2 L South Dakota&........................2-1 W Minnesota State&..................7-6 W 5/06 St. Cloud State&......................1-3 L * – North Central Conference game ! – Gene Cusic Classic (Ft. Myers, Fla.) # – Nebraska-Omaha Tournament (Omaha, Neb.) % – Concordia-St. Paul Tournament (St. Paul Minn.) & – NCC Tournament (Grand Forks, N.D.)

2007 (23-28, 4-8 ncc)

Coach: Tracy Marback 3/09 vs. Wilmington!.......................4-3 W 3/09 vs. Wilmington!.......................1-5 L 3/10 vs. Bridgeport!.........................9-6 W 3/10 vs. St. Thomas Aquinas!.......8-11 L 3/11 vs. Siena Heights!...................9-1 W

3/11 3/11 3/11 3/13 3/13 3/14 3/14 3/15 3/15 4/01 4/01 4/08 4/08 4/09 4/09 4/14 4/14 4/14 4/15 4/15 4/17 4/17 4/18 4/18 4/20 4/20 4/21 4/21 4/23 4/23 4/27 4/27 4/28 4/28 4/28 4/29 4/29 5/01 5/01 5/02 5/02 5/04 5/04 5/04 5/05 5/06

vs. Edinboro!........................ (9) 2-3 L vs. West Chester!.....................7-6 W vs. St. Michael’s!......................5-7 L vs. Bridgeport!.........................7-1 W vs. Post!...................................(8) 9-8 W vs. St. Michael’s!......................4-3 W vs. Bloomfield!.........................1-5 L vs. St. Michael’s!......................3-2 W vs. Post!......................................0-2 L at South Dakota......................3-5 L at South Dakota.....................10-1 W at Augustana*.........................1-2 L at Augustana*........................6-11 L at Minnesota State*..............2-7 L at Minnesota State*.............0-10 L vs. MSU, Moorhead%............0-2 L at Concordia-St. Paul%.........6-5 W vs. Upper Iowa%.....................6-2 W vs. SW Minnesota St.%.........5-6 L vs. Winona State%................2-11 L at St. Cloud State*..................2-5 L at St. Cloud State*.................12-9 W at Mary....................................(9) 7-1 W at Mary.......................................2-4 L Nebraska-Omaha*.......... 2-5 L Nebraska-Omaha*........(5) 0-9 L South Dakota*................. 3-2 W South Dakota*................. 4-3 W Minnesota Duluth*......(10) 4-7 L Minnesota Duluth*......... 4-0 W at MSU, Moorhead.................3-9 L at MSU, Moorhead.................0-1 L vs. Nebraska-Omaha^..........2-4 L vs. St. Cloud State^................4-5 L vs. Augustana^.......................1-5 L vs. Winona State^..................8-3 W vs. Missouri Western State^.(9) 5-6 L at Bemidji State...................(8) 5-4 W at Bemidji State......................3-2 W Mary................................. 1-0 W Mary................................ 4-14 L vs. Minnesota Duluth&........2-3 L vs. South Dakota&................11-7 W at Augustana&........................4-0 W vs. St. Cloud State&................6-4 W vs. Minnesota Duluth&... (6) 1-11 L

* – North Central Conference game ! – Gene Cusic Classic (Ft. Myers, Fla.) # – Nebraska-Omaha Tournament (Omaha, Neb.) % – Concordia-St. Paul Tournament (St. Paul Minn.) ^ – Minnesota State Tournament (Mankato, Minn.) & – NCC Tournament (Sioux Falls, S.D.)

2008 (19-34, 2-10 ncc)

Coach: Sami Strinz 2/9 vs South Dakota State^.......7-8 2/9 vs Dayton^...............................5-4 2/10 vs Dayton^............................ 14-13 2/10 at Northern Iowa^.................0-3 2/16 vs Mary#....................................4-1 2/16 at St. Cloud State#.................4-5

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vs Northern State Univ.#.....8-4 W vs Concordia-St Paul#...........3-6 L at Cal Poly.................................0-3 L at Cal Poly................................2-11 L at CSU San Bernardino........2-18 L at CSU San Bernardino........3-11 L vs #11 Lee.................................3-0 W at #2 California Baptist.........2-6 L at Cal St. Northridge.............0-8 L at Cal St. Northridge.............2-9 L at Loyola Marymount...........0-7 L at Loyola Marymount..........2-15 L at Loyola Marymount...........0-4 L vs UC Santa Barbara.............4-12 L #24 Emporia State%..............2-5 L #24 Emporia State%.............5-12 L vs Truman State%.................3-12 L vs Missouri Western St.%.....7-5 W vs Truman State%..................0-5 L vs Missouri Western St.%.....3-6 L at University of Mary............1-6 L at University of Mary............6-4 W at South Dakota*....................2-4 L at South Dakota*...................3-11 L at Nebraska-Omaha*............2-7 L #14 Nebraska-Omaha*.......4-12 L Mayville State................. 13-5 W Mayville State.................. 8-0 W at Minnesota, Crookston....16-0 W at Minnesota, Crookston....21-5 W St. Cloud State*.............. 7-16 L St. Cloud State* . ............. 8-7 W Minnesota, Crookston.... 8-1 W Minnesota, Crookston . .. 8-0 W Minnesota State*............ 1-8 L Minnesota State*............ 6-9 L Augustana*...................... 4-5 L Augustana*...................... 8-9 L at Minnesota Duluth*...........1-9 L at Minnesota Duluth* .........5-3 W Jamestown ...................... 8-6 W Jamestown ...................... 9-1 W at Valley City State................18-8 W vs NW Missouri State&.........2-5 L vs Upper Iowa&.....................10-4 W vs Nebraska-Omaha!.............4-5 L vs St. Cloud State!............... 11-12 L

^ = Ramada UNI-Dome Classic (Cedar Falls, Iowa) # = Husky Dome Classic (St. Cloud, Minn.) % = Emporia State Tournament (Emporia, Kan.) & = MSU Microtel Inn & Suites Classic (Mankato, Minn.) ! = NCC Tournament (Duluth, Minn.) * = North Central Conference game () extra inning game

2009 (9-33)

Coach: Sami Strinz 2/7 vs. Nebraska^.........................1-11 2/7 South Dakota State^............3-8 2/8 Dayton^...................................5-10 2/8 Northern Iowa^.....................9-11

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2/28 3/7 3/7 3/8 3/8 3/14 3/14 3/15 3/15 3/16 3/16 3/18 3/18 3/19 3/19 3/21 3/21 3/25 3/25 3/27 3/27 3/28 3/28 4/10 4/10 4/11 4/11 4/14 4/14 4/15 4/20 4/20 4/22 4/22 4/24 4/25 4/25 4/26

Missouri-Kansas City.............5-4 Nebraska~................................1-9 Wichita State~........................5-13 Nebraska~................................1-9 Wichita State~........................11-1 CSU Bakersfield.......................3-8 CSU Bakersfield.......................1-5 CSU Bakersfield.......................2-1 CSU Bakersfield.......................0-4 Point Loma Nazarene...........0-4 Point Loma Nazarene...........6-8 Cal Baptist................................1-18 Cal Baptist.................................3-9 San Diego.................................1-9 San Diego.................................3-8 Loyola Marymount................1-4 Loyola Marymount................0-7 Wisconsin..................................4-2 Wisconsin..................................5-3 Idaho State!.............................2-10 Utah Valley!..............................6-2 Brigham Young!......................0-7 Brigham Young!.....................4-10 South Dakota...........................6-5 Missouri-Kansas City.............1-6 South Dakota...........................5-9 Missouri-Kansas City.............3-2 South Dakota...........................1-3 South Dakota...........................3-7 Minnesota, Crookston... 25-0 MSU, Moorhead............... 8-1 MSU, Moorhead............... 7-1 South Dakota................... 0-9 South Dakota................... 1-7 South Dakota%.......................2-6 Seattle%....................................0-9 Northern Colorado%............2-9 CSU Bakersfield%...................5-6

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^ = Ramada UNI-Dome Classic ~ = Wichita State Tournament ! = Brigham Young March Invitational % = Independent Conference Tournament

3/17 3/17 3/18 3/18 3/19 3/19 3/20 3/20 3/26 3/26 3/27 3/27 3/28 3/28 4/2 4/2 4/10 4/10 4/11 4/11 4/15 4/15 4/24 4/24 4/27 4/27 4/28 4/28 5/1 5/1 5/16 5/16 5/17

San Diego.................................2-4 San Diego................................1-11 Utah Valley%............................7-3 Loyola Marymount%............4-5 Utah Valley%............................6-2 Bucknell%.................................4-7 Bucknell%.................................1-9 Loyola Marymount%............2-3 South Dakota*.........................2-3 South Dakota*.........................3-1 Houston Baptist*....................3-6 Houston Baptis*.....................3-4 Utah Valley*.............................1-9 Utah Valley*.............................3-1 Dakota Wesleyan............. 9-0 Dakota Wesleyan............. 6-0 South Dakota+........................8-0 Missouri-Kansas City+..........2-3 South Dakota+........................2-3 Missouri-Kansas City+.........4-10 Minneosta State, Moorhead.10-1 Minneosta State, Moorhead.6-3 South Dakota................... 3-4 South Dakota................... 6-8 Green Bay..................................1-9 Green Bay..................................8-1 Wisconsin..................................3-4 Wisconsin..................................2-6 South Dakota...........................4-7 South Dakota...........................3-6 Utah Valley#.............................4-2 South Dakota#........................9-1 South Dakota#........................1-0

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^ = Ramada UNI-Dome Classic ~ = Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Classic ! = Tulsa Embassy Suites Festival % = Loyola Marymount Crown Plaza LAX Showcase * = Great West Conference Early Tournament + = Missouri-Kansas City Tournament # = Great West Conference Tournament

2010 (16-35)

Great West Conference Champions Coach: Sami Strinz 2/13 Dayton^....................................3-2 W 2/13 Northern Iowa^.....................6-13 L 2/14 Valparaiso^..............................1-9 L 2/14 Green Bay^...............................0-5 L 2/26 Houston Baptist~...................6-0 W 2/26 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi~.....5-11 L 2/27 Houston Baptist~...................4-6 L 2/27 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi~.......3-9 L 2/28 Lousiana-Monroe~................3-4 L 3/6 Tulsa!...........................................2-1 W 3/6 Nebraska!.................................0-10 L 3/7 Nebraska!.................................2-10 L 3/7 Tulsa!..........................................7-13 L 3/13 Oregon State..........................3-11 L 3/13 Oregon.......................................1-7 L 3/14 Boise State................................1-4 L 3/14 Oregon......................................0-12 L 3/16 California State-Northridge......7-9 L year-by-year results

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Ackerman, Maddy....................... 2008 Adams, Sallie........................... 1983-84 Ahlbrecht, Becky...........................1997 Alcorn, Kristi............................ 2009-10 Allison, Ashlie.................................2009 Anderson, Kami...................... 1988-89 Anderson, Karen...........................1989 Anderson, Shelly...........................1988 Anderson, Tara...............................2000 Arbour, Lynn...................................1985 Auren, Lori................................ 1978-79 Avery, Gail.......................................1987 Avery, Kathy....................................1979

B

Bales, Jenny............................. 1993-95 Baker, Brittany....... 2010-present Bartosh, Annette...........................1986 Bennett, Cami........ 2010-present Bennett, Kindra.............................2009 Benson, Kari............................. 1987-88 Benson, Katie.................................1998 Berry, Lori........................................1988 Binde, Nancy..................................1977 Binde, Sheila............................ 1977-80 Blake, Shelly............................. 2002-03 Blanford, Tammy.................... 1998-99 Bock, Rachelle......................... 2001-04 Bohnenstingl, Lynn............... 1988-89 Bonk, Holly............................... 1999-02 Borden, Allison..............................2010 Borg, Landy.............................. 1998-00 Bowers, Melissa.............................2000 Braaten, Rachel....................... 1998-01 Brantl, Paula............................. 1992-95 Breimhurst, Margit...........1990, 1992 Briese, Megan......................... 1999-00 Brokke, Lori.............................. 1990-91 Brokke, Stacy..................................1990 Buhr, Saori.......................................1990 Bushaw, Amy..................................1994 Bushaw, Audra...............................1995 Bushaw, Kim...................................2009

C

Cafferty, Corrin..............................1999 Carlo, Rori................................. 2003-06 Carlson, Jackie...............................1983 Carstensen, Nicole...................... 2008 Carter, Felicia........................... 2003-06 Chamberlain, Ann................. 1977-79 Champion (Landry), Melissa.2003-06 Chaput, Joann......................... 1983-85 Cochrane, Dana.............................1993 Cochrane, Mikki..................... 1993-95 Cooper, Donielle.................... 1984-85 Cortese, Cheryl..............................1987 Cortese, Cindy.................... 1983-1984 Crane, Karen............................ 2003-06 Cummins, Jessica................... 1983-85 Cuppett, Marchell.................. 1979-80

D

Delgado, Angie..............................2009 Denne, Carol...................................1977 Dobson, Dianne............................1985 Doe, Cristal......................................1992 Donarski, Lynnet...........................1984 Dosch, Julie.....................................1988 Doyle, Keri................................ 1999-02 Dubord, Liane......................... 1996-97

E

Eimers, Dawn.......................... 1989-90 Esala, Kim.........................................1984

F

Fahey, Carolyn...............................1979

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Fernandez, Taisha.................. 2005-06 Fischer, Carol........................... 1983-84 Fisher, Karli.............................. 2008-09 Fletcher, Kelsey..............................2009 Foyen, Beth.....................................1988 Frank, Michelle...... 2010-present Frommel, Sarah...................... 1985-86

G

Gadway, Lisa...................................1991 Gainor, Leah....................................1997 Garcea, Stacy........................... 1999-02 Gaustad, Lindsey............. 2007-2008 Gebhardt, Bonnie.................. 1977-78 Gebhardt, Connie.........................1978 Gill, Ann..................................... 1983-85 Gimpl, Erica.....................................1990 Glasson, Kiriana.............................1996 Gleich, Ruthie.................................1998 Grant, Carolyn................................2008 Gray, Robin......................................1987 Gronseth, Emma.... 2010-present Gross, Denise........................... 1991-93 Gunville, Fran.................................1980

H

Halvorson, Heidi............................1984 Hanson, Casie......................... 2006-10 Heitkamp, Holly............................1978 Hejmanek, Joy...............................1978 Hennessy, Kelly................ 1979-80, 83 Henry, Kirsten................................1992 Herman, Penny..............................1980 Hetherington, Katie.....................1993 Hill, Barb...........................................1977 Hill, Nancy.......................................1977 Hill, Stephanie................................1986 Hogan, Heidi........................... 1992-93 Holz, Jill..................................... 1990-91 Hoop, Nanci....................................1980 Hoye, Virginia.................................2002 Hume, Sharla........................... 2005-06 Hunter, Melanie...................... 1995-98

I

Ingwalson, Gail....................... 1977-80

J

Johnson, Becky....................... 1995-97 Johnson, Kari..................................1980 Johnson, Melinda.................. 2001-04 Johnson, Michele..........................1986 Jones, Kris........................................1987

K

Karn, Renee.....................................1985 Kasmean, Joanne................... 1989-92 Kattner, Shianne............................2002 Kerian, Ann.....................................1988 Klamm, Annah.............................. 2008 Klemisch, Darlene.........................1977 Kline, Christa........................... 1991-94 Klosterman, Kara...........................1990 Knutson, Linda..............................1977 Koch, Kayce.............................. 1995-98 Koppi, Kip................................. 1986-87 Kriegler, Marie................................2007 Krush, Lodee...................................1992 Kuchar, Margaret..........................1984 Kvitek, Tina............................... 1992-94

L

Lapp, Lisa.........................................1987 Larson, Chris............................ 1994-96 Larson, Elissa........................... 1997-98 Larson, Nicole................... 2007-2008 Lavin, Colleen.................................1977 Littlefield, Sarah............................1987 Lothian, Anne......................... 2005-07

Lothian, Erin............................ 2003-05

M

Maasch, Anna.................................2003 Marks, Kimberly..................... 2002-04 Marshall, Jennifer.................. 1995-98 Martinez, Delores.........................1977 McKay, Vicki............................. 1998-00 McMahon, Lauren........................2003 Mechanic, Ruthie................... 1979-80 Meier, Whitney...............................1991 Melin, Karin.....................................1983 Meyer, Whitney.............................1989 Moe, Kelly................................. 1994-96 Monsebroten, Karen............. 1986-87 Mowry, Melissa................. 2007-2008 Murphy, Kim...................................1999 Murphy, Kristine............................1999

N

Sippola, Lindy........ 2010-present Skinner, Amanda................... 2002-05 Smiley, Stephanie.........................2004 Smith, Barb.............................. 1984-85 Smith, Nikki............................. 2003-04 Smith, Sue................................ 1980-83 Soderquist, Jennifer.............. 2000-03 Solseth, Colleen............................1980 St. Marie, Jessi........ 2010-present Stargardt, Brittany................. 2005-06 Stasiuk, Julie............................ 1984-87 Staves, Heidi............................ 1995-98 Staves, Tracy............................ 1993-96 Steffl, Becky............................. 1988-90 Stetcher, Tiffany.............................1993 Strlekar, Sarah................................2001 Sundland, Sue......................... 1979-80 Sutter, Mindy..................................1986 Syvertsen, Terisa..................... 2003-04

Nelk, Rhonda..................... 2007-2008 Nelson, Karla........................... 1989-90 Nelson, Tammy..............................1983 Neymeyer, Sherry.................. 1988-89 Nicklay, Janice................................1986 Nitschke, Heather.........................2001 Noltimier, Theresa................. 1986-88 Nottestad, Nancy..........................1978

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O

Ulferts, Lori............................... 1979-80

O’Neal, Maggie...... 2009-present Obermiller, Sara.........1989-90, 92-93 Oie, Kelsey................................ 2002-05 Olsen, Kenna.......... 2010-present Omlid, Kellee........................... 1994-97 Ostafin, Stacey........................ 1986-87 Oswald, Carrie......................... 2005-07

P

Pearce, Alicia..................... 2007-2008 Peters, Hannah-Rose........... 2008-09 Petersen, Tara.......................... 2003-06 Peterson, Wendy...........................1995 Petrowski, Stacey................... 1989-91 Pfyffer, Christy................................1993 Pick, Megan....................................2002 Price, Jessica............................ 2006-07 Puerling, Nicole..................... 2006-09 Pulchar, Julie............................ 1984-85 Putnam, Kristi.......................... 1983-84

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Rafferty, Jennifer.................... 1989-91 Rehberger, Abby................... 2007-09 Reid, Haley............................... 2005-06 Roningen, Teryll............................1985 Roth, Amber........... 2007-present Rueckert, Lisa.......................... 1990-91 Ruud, Pam.......................................1985 Ryan, Ronnie........................... 1978-79

S

Saari, Kristin............................. 1993-94 Sandry, Beth............................1990, 92 Schaefer, Karen..............................1980 Schauer, Kristi................................1988 Schirra, Joleen......................... 1995-97 Schirra, Nicole......................... 1995-98 Schmidt, Patty........................ 1984-86 Schoeny, Kayelee... 2010-present Schuette, Julie........................ 1977-78 Schutte, Toni...................................2010 Schwinden, Jen.............................1991 Semelhack, Joan...........................1978 Senkyr, Tracy...................................1984 Sesselman, Sarah..........................2009 Sher, Stacy.......................................1996

Tappe, Sue................................ 1979-80 Taylor, Christy.................................2004 Thibedeau, Jodi.............................1994 Tometich, Abby Jo. 2010-present Tondryk, Brooke............................2003 Towne, Lani.....................................1987

U V

Valdez, Alena........................... 1999-02 VanDerckhove, Nadine...............1988 Voracheck, Gina............................1985

W

Wadsworth, Marsi.................. 2000-01 Wahlund, Sue.......................... 1988-89 Walfoort, Syndy...................... 1988-91 Walker, Barb....................................1986 Walker, Julie............................. 1989-90 Walior, Susie............................ 1983-84 Weatherhead, Ashley........... 1999-01 Weisgram, Glorida................. 1977-78 Wellington, Andrea......................2000 Wernick, Justine............... 2005-2008 Westall, Becky................................1987 Welder, Michele...................... 1985-86 Wilson, Tracie.......................... 1986-87 Winkler, Cheryl....................... 1988-91 Wisdorf, Terry.......................... 1979-80 Wityshyn, Marilyn.................. 1977-78 Wojtalewicz, Lisa.................... 1993-94 Wolf, Michele.......................... 2006-09 Wolf, Shelly.....................................2009

X Y

Youlden, Nancy...................... 1977-78 Younan, Erica......... 2009-present

Z

Zaleschuck, Lisa..................... 1996-99 Zavala, Brittny................................2007


2011 Schedule at Northern Iowa Tournament vs. Northern Iowa 7:00 p.m. Feb. 11 Feb. 12 vs. Drake 12:00 p.m. vs. Green Bay 2:00 p.m. vs. Texas-El Paso 2:00 p.m. Feb. 13 at Texas-El Paso Invitational Feb. 25 vs. Bradley 4:00 p.m. vs. Texas-El Paso 6:30 p.m. Feb. 26 vs. Texas-El Paso 4:00 p.m. vs. New Mexico State 6:30 p.m. Feb. 27 vs. Texas State 9:00 a.m. at Tulsa Tournament Mar. 4 vs. Ohio State 10:00 a.m. vs. Drake 2:30 p.m. Mar. 5 vs. Iowa State 10:00 a.m. vs. Tulsa 12:15 p.m. at California-Riverside Tournament Mar. 11 vs. St. Louis 11:00 a.m. Mar. 12 vs. Harvard 1:30 p.m. vs. St. Louis 4:00 p.m. Mar. 13 vs. California-Riverside 11:30 a.m. Mar. 15 at Cal State Northridge 3:00 p.m. (DH) at Loyola Marymount Tournament Mar. 16 vs. Northern Colorado 5:00 p.m. Mar. 17 vs. Loyola Marymount 3:00 p.m. vs. Utah Valley 5:00 p.m. Mar. 18 vs. Bethune-Cookman 11:00 a.m. Mar. 19 vs. Canisius 3:00 p.m. at Great West Conference Early Tournament Mar. 26 vs. South Dakota* 1:00 p.m. Mar. 27 vs. Utah Valley* 10:00 a.m. vs. Houston Baptist* 1:00 p.m. Apr. 2 at Weber State TBA Apr. 3 at Weber State TBA (DH) Apr. 6 at Green Bay 2:00 p.m. (DH) Apr. 7 at Wisconsin 4:00 p.m. (DH) Apr. 12 at Creighton 3:00 p.m. (DH) Apr. 14 Mayville State 3:00 p.m. (DH) at Missouri-Kansas City Tournament Apr. 16 vs. Missouri-Kansas City TBA vs. South Dakota TBA Apr. 17 vs. South Dakota TBA vs. Missouri-Kansas City TBA Apr. 20 at South Dakota State 3:00 p.m. (DH) Apr. 25 at Oregon State 4:00 p.m. (DH) Apr. 26 at Portland State 2:00 p.m. (DH) Apr. 28 Jamestown 3:00 p.m. (DH) Apr. 29 Concordia St. Paul 4:00 p.m. May 3 Valley City State 4:00 p.m. (DH) May 15-16 Great West Conference Tournament Vermillion, S.D. *Conference Games All Times Central Home games in BOLD GREEN


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