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Visit www.newhaven.edu or call 1-800-DIAL-UNH (342-5864) QUICK QUICK FACTS FACTS Founded: Founded:1920 1920 Campuses: Campuses:The Themain maincampus campusisislocated locatedininWest WestHaven, Haven,ConnectiConnecticut, cut,82 82acres acreson onaahilltop hilltopoverlooking overlookingLong LongIsland IslandSound Soundand andthe theculculturally rich city of New Haven. A southeastern branch is located in turally rich city of New Haven. A southeastern branch is located in New NewLondon, London,Connecticut. Connecticut.AAnorthern northernbranch branchisislocated locatedininOrange, Orange, Connecticut and a study abroad campus in Tuscany, Connecticut and a study abroad campus in Tuscany,Italy. Italy. Enrollment: 6,811 total enrollment Enrollment: 5,002 4,864undergraduate undergraduatefulltime, fulltime, 6,555 total enrollment Student 51.1%Male Male StudentRatio: Ratio: 48.9% 49.7% Female, 50.3% FACULTY FACULTY Over83% 81%hold holdPh.D.s Ph.D.sor orthe the highest highest degree in their fields. fields. Many Many Over havebackgrounds backgroundsasasworking workingprofessionals professionalsand andare areconsultants consultants have Connecticutbusinesses, businesses,bringing bringinghands-on hands-onexperience experiencetotothe the totoConnecticut classroom.UNH UNHhas hasaastudent-to-faculty student-to-facultyratio ratioofof16:1. 16:1. classroom.

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UNIVERSITY OF NEW HAVEN President:........................................................ Dr. Steven H. Kaplan Location:.....................................................West Haven, CT 06516 Founded:.......................................................................................1920 Enrollment:................................................6,811 total enrollment Colors:...............................................................................Blue & Gold Nickname:.............................................................................Chargers Website:........................................................ www.NewHaven.edu

University of New Haven.......................................................2 2016 Schedule.................................................................. 3, BC Charger Softball - Quick Facts......................................................................3 2016 Coaches - Head Coach Jen Starek...........................................4-5 - Assistant Coach Leah McIntosh...............................6 - Assistant Coach Rachel Lawes..................................6 2016 Players - Roster................................................................................7 - Player Biographies................................................. 8-23 2016 Outlook - Season Preview.....................................................24-25 2015 Review - 2015 Statistics............................................................. 26 - 2015 Results................................................................. 27 - 2015 Northeast-10 Conference Results............. 28 History & Records - All-Time Award Winners....................................29-30 - Single-Season Records............................................. 31 - Career Records............................................................ 32 - All-Time Record vs. Opponents............................. 33 - Year-by-Year Team Records..................................... 33 The University - University Administration....................................... 34 - NCAA Division II Respect......................................... 35 - The Northeast-10 Conference............................... 36 - Charger Athletics....................................................... 37

MARCH Sat. 11 NYIT (DH)...................................................... 12:00 PM Mon. 13 FELICIAN (DH)...............................................2:00 PM Tue. 14 GEORGIAN COURT (DH)...........................2:00 PM Sat. 18 SOUTHERN NEW HAMPSHIRE (DH)*... 12:00 PM Sun. 19 at LIU Post (DH)..........................................11:00 AM Wed. 22 at Adelphi (DH)*...........................................3:00 PM Sat. 25 SAINT ANSELM (DH)*............................. 12:00 PM Sun. 26 SAINT MICHAEL’S (DH)*.........................12:00 PM Tue. 28 ADELPHI (DH)*............................................ 3:00 PM Thu. 30 POST (DH)...................................................... 3:00 PM APRIL Sun. 2 at Caldwell (DH)......................................... 12:00 PM Wed. 5 PACE (DH)*.....................................................3:00 PM Thu. 6 at Molloy (DH)...............................................3:00 PM Sat. 8 at Assumption (DH)*................................ 12:30 PM Sun. 9 at Merrimack (DH)*................................... 12:00 PM Tue. 11 at Pace*............................................................4:00 PM Fri. 14 AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL (DH)*......3:00 PM Sat. 15 AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL (DH)*... 12:00 PM Wed. 19 at Southern Connecticut (DH)*...............3:00 PM Sat. 22 SAINT ROSE (DH)*.................................... 12:00 PM Sun. 23 SAINT ROSE (DH)*....................................12:00 PM Tue. 25 SOUTHERN CONNECTICUT (DH)*........ 3:00 PM Fri. 28 at Le Moyne*..................................................3:00 PM Sat. 29 at Le Moyne (DH)*.................................... 12:00 PM

SOFTBALL Head Coach:...................................................................... Jen Starek Record at UNH:..............................276-155-2 (.637)/10 years Collegiate Record:........................319-217-2 (.593)/13 years Office Phone:..................................................... (203) 932-7045 e-mail:...................................................jstarek@newhaven.edu 2016 Record:................................................... 23-15 (12-11 NE10) All-Time Record....................................................931-652-9 (.584) First Year of Softball:............................................. 1976 (41 years) Home Facility:...................................................UNH Softball Field Assistant Coach:...................................................... Leah McIntosh Assistant Coach:.........................................................Rachel Lawes CHARGER ATHLETICS Director of Athletics:....................................................................TBA Athletic Dept. Phone:........................................... (203) 932-7016 Athletic Dept. Fax:................................................. (203) 932-7470 Website:..................................... www.NewHavenChargers.com Athletic Trainer:.................................................... Andrea Harmon Office Phone:..................................................... (203) 479-4889 Affiliation:............................................................... NCAA Division II Website:............................................................ www.NCAA.com Conference..................................................................Northeast-10 Website:.................................................www.Northeast10.org

HISTORY & RECORDS

FEBRUARY Snowbird Freezeout (Myrtle Beach, S.C.) 2/17.................vs. Glenville State................................................ 10:00 AM 2/17.................vs. Lock Haven......................................................12:00 PM 2/18.................vs. Winston-Salem State................................... 10:00 AM 2/18.................vs. Slippery Rock..................................................12:00 PM 2/19.................vs. West Chester................................................... 10:00 AM 2/19.................vs. Clarion..............................................................12:00 PM

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The 2017 University of New Haven softball media guide is a production of the Office of Athletic Communications. Written and designed by Justin Thornton with assistance from Dan Ruede, Rachel Vogel and Chad Cooper.

ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS For the latest news and information about the team, and all Director of Athletic Communications.................... Dan Ruede the latest scores, recaps and schedule changes, log on to www. Office Phone:..................................................... (203) 932-7025 NewHavenChargers.com. Northeast-10 Conference Championship Tue. 2 NE10 First Round ................................................ TBA Cell Phone:.......................................................... (203) 535-9503 Th-Sa. 4-6 NE10 Championship.......................................... TBA Fax:......................................................................... (203) 932-7470 e-mail:..................................................druede@newhaven.edu Asst. Director:.............................................................. Chad Cooper NCAA Division II Championship Fr-Su. 12-14 NCAA Regionals............................................... TBA Graduate Assistants............... Justin Thornton, Justin Winters Fr-Su. 19-20 NCAA Super Regionals.................................. TBA Th-Mo. 25-29 NCAA Finals....................................................... TBA MAY

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HEAD COACH 11TH SEASON SPRINGFIELD ‘01

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The all-time winningest softball coach at the University of New Haven, Jen Starek enters her 11th season as the head coach of the Chargers in 2017. Overall in her tenure, the Chargers have made six NCAA postseason appearances including the program’s first appearance in the Super Regionals in 2010. That same season, the Chargers set a school record with 42 wins and an .840 winning percentage. As the longest tenured coach in program history, Starek enters the 2017 season one win shy of hitting the 300 win plateau with a career record of 299-170-2 (.634). The Native of Holliston, Mass. is a two-time Northeast-10 Coach of the Year, most recently in 2014 when she led New Haven to the NE10 Southwest Division regular-season title for the first time since divisional play began in 2013.

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Over her career, Starek has coached four All-Americans including 2010 graduate Breanne Gleason who is a three-time All-America and the Daktronics East Region Pitcher and Player of the Year, the only player under Starek to earn that distinction. Additionally, 13 of Starek’s players have been named to All-Region teams, while 19 have earned All-Conference distinction, including Gleason who was the NE10 Pitcher and Player of the Year in 2010 as well as Pitcher of the Year in 2009 and Christina Gelardi who earned NE10 Player of the Year accolades in 2013.

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Additionally, 17 of Starek’s current or former players are scattered throughout the All-Time record books. Starek’s former players also account for the alltime leader in at-bats (Gleason), hits (Nicole Downs), runs (Gelardi), doubles (Gleason), home runs (Downs), runs batted in (Lindsey Couturier), stolen bases (Chelsea Harold), walks (Gelardi), pitching appearances (Gleason), pitching wins (Gleason), innings pitched (Gleason) and strikeouts (Gleason).

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As Starek hit the decade mark in 2016, she led the Chargers to the NE10 Conference Championship for the sixth time in seven years and closed out the campaign with a 23-15 overall record and a 12-11 mark in conference play. Five Chargers earned All-Conference honors for New Haven, highlighted by freshman Taylor Luzzi who along with Third Team All-Conference honors was also named the NE10 Rookie of the Year, the first under Starek. Joining her in earning league distinction was Nicole King, Julie Devlin, Marissa Colby and Jen Palase who also garnered All-Region honors from the D2CCA and the NFCA. The All-Conference honors for Palase and King in 2016 marked the second straight year the pair scored the accolades as each were named to the AllConference Second Team in 2015 as well. That year, which included King becoming the fifth player with 400 or more strikeouts, the pair helped lead New Haven to a 16-16-12 record.

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The 2014 season marked Starek’s second Northeast-10 Coach of the Year honor as the Chargers won the NE10 Southwest Division regular-season title closing out the year with a 29-18 overall record. With an 18-8 conference slate, New Haven hosted the conference championship, but fell to eventual champion Southern New Hampshire before earning the fourth seed in the NCAA East Region Championship and hosting the regional on campus. In 2013, Starek produced the Chargers’ seventh-straight winning season – a stretch that began when she took over the program in 2007. The team finished

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38-15 and reached both the NE10 and NCAA Regional championship games. New Haven earned its first NFCA national ranking (No. 24) since landing at No. 21 in the 2011 preseason poll. Starek also guided the program’s first-ever NFCA All-America First Team selection, Christina Gelardi, to Northeast-10 Conference Player of the Year laurels. Gelardi led the nation with a .649 on-base percentage, while pitcher Micah Stonesifer and first baseman Jess Spivey also collected All-Region accolades. The Chargers finished 29-19 in 2012 and earned the seventh seed in the Northeast-10 Championship, going on to knock off second Adelphi and advance to the championship weekend tournament. That season, Starek mentored Shannon Angehr to First Team All-NE-10 and Second Team NFCA All-East Region laurels in the outfield. In 2011, New Haven advanced to the Northeast-10 Championship as the fourth seed and was one of three teams left standing on the tournament’s final day of action. The Chargers also claimed the seventh seed in the NCAA East Region Championship, marking the club’s fourth-straight NCAA postseason trip. After concluding the season with a 34-19 overall record, Chelsea Harold and Gelardi both earned NFCA All-America honors and were two of the four Chargers to claim All-NE10 recognition. The 2010 campaign was a landmark season for the Chargers highlighted by earning the program’s first NE10 Regular Season Championship and the top seed in the NCAA Division II East Region Championship. Starek claimed NE10 Conference Coach of the Year honors for the first time as she guided the Blue and Gold to a program-record 42 wins and made the longest NCAA postseason run in program history, finishing the spring ranked No. 16 in the NFCA Division II Top 25 poll. After sweeping the regional, the Chargers advanced to their first ever Super Regional, falling to Molloy in the deciding game of a best-of-three series. The 2010 season also marked the end of arguably one of the best four-year careers in New Haven softball history. Breanne Gleason, Starek’s only former player currently inducted in the New Haven Athletics Alumni Hall of Fame, was a two-time All-America honoree and only the second player in Northeast-10 history to earn Pitcher and Player of the Year in the same season (2010). She was also the 20th NCAA Division II pitcher to record 1,000 career strikeouts and the 22nd to register 100 wins. Gleason was a four-time All-Region selection, a two-time First Team All-NE-10 honoree and recorded the most recent perfect game in New Haven history – a 3-0 win over Dowling on March 17, 2010. Starek took over the Chargers’ program in 2007 and led the team to a 26-19 record – an eight-win improvement from the previous campaign. She followed that up by guiding the Chargers to the NCAA East Regional Championship final in 2008 and 2009. Prior to her arrival at New Haven, Starek spent two years as head softball and field hockey coach at Simmons College in Boston. The Sharks’ 2006 softball team won the Colleges of the Fenway Tournament and scored an opening-round win in the Great Northeast Atlantic Conference (GNAC) Playoffs. The team posted a 19-19 record overall, including wins in seven of the team’s last nine games,

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She was also the co-head coach of Pressure Softball’s 16U Team during 2005 and 2006.

Starek is a native of Holliston, Mass., and currently resides in West Haven, Conn.

Record at UNH: 299-170-2 (.635) All-Time Record: 342-232-2 (.594)

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University of New Haven Head Coach (2007-Present) Simmons College Head Coach (2005-06) Head Field Hockey Coach (2004-05) Mount Ida College Head Coach (2004) Assistant Coach (2003) Springfield College Assistant Coach (2001-03)

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Coach Seasons W-L Pct. Years Deborah Chin 4 20-24 .455 1976-79 Pat Mascia 1 4-17 .190 1980 Judy Samaha 7 126-109 .536 1981-87 Peter Zoppi 5 137-66 .675 1988-92 Joe Musante 6 179-79-1 .693 1993-98 Mandy Roczniak 2 29-55-2 .348 1999-00 Cris Lukas 3 62-71-3 .467 2001-03 Becky Snow 3 75-61-1 .551 2004-06 Jen Starek 10 299-170-2 .635 2007-17 TOTALS 41 931-652-9 .588

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A standout softball and field hockey player at Springfield, Starek graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor of science degree in athletic training from Springfield College in 2001, and earned an MS in athletic administration in 2003. As a catcher and outfielder in softball, she was twice a NEWMAC First Team All-Conference

Additionally, Starek led the Pride field hockey team to NEWMAC titles 1998, 1999 and 2000. They advanced to the national championship game in 2000, her final season.

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Previously, Starek has been head softball coach, assistant athletic director and an adjunct professor of sports management at Mount Ida College (2003-04). She was also an assistant softball coach at her alma mater, Springfield College, from 2001-03 which included the programs second-highest win total in a 17-year span with a 33-12 overall record in 2003.

selection (2000, 2001), NFCA All-New England Second Team (2001), and NEISCA Division III second team All-Star (1999). The Pride won their first-ever NEWMAC Tournament in 2000, advancing to the NCAA Tournament with a 30-17-1 record. The following season as a senior, Starek led Springfield to a 41-10 record, their highest win total in at least 17 years.

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to improve upon a 17-22 mark from 2005.

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Leah McIntosh enters her third season with the Chargers in 2017 A 2010 graduate from the University at Albany, she is one of the Most recently an assistant coach at Adelphi, she has five years of most decorated pitcher in program history. She was the recipient coaching experience at the national, collegiate and club levels. of the SUNY Chancellor’s Scholar Athletic Award in 2010, while becoming the Great Dane’s all-time leader in strikeouts and noMcIntosh also has an extensive player career, which includes hitters. She was named the NCAA Division I Northeast Region and time in the highest level of the Canadian national team. She also America East Conference Pitcher of the Year, and was featured in played two years with the Whitby Eagles and won the national Sports Illustrated “Faces in the Crowd” (5/4/09). championship in 2012. She served as a coach and a player as part of the U.V.V European Pro-Fastpitch League.

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RACHEL LAWES ASSISTANT COACH FIRST SEASON KUTZTOWN ‘16

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HISTORY & RECORDS

Rachel Lawes begins her first season as a member of the Softball 122 assists, and recorded a .958 fielding percentage. coaching staff at New Haven following a career at Kutztown University. Off the field, Lawes was a 2-time member of the Student Athlete Advisory Committee where she served as the Communications Lawes, a senior captain and 4-year outfielder for the Golden Bears, Coordinator, and was also a representative for Kutztown at the was named to the 2016 CoSIDA Academic All-District Team, and Title IX Evaluation Board and NCAA Student-Athlete Leadership was also a 2-time NFCA All America Scholar-Athlete and 4-time Forum. PSAC Scholar-Athlete. She was also a 3-time winner of the D2ADA Academic Achievement award. Lawes graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies with a minor in Political Science and Lawes appeared in 201 games throughout her career, wrapping Public Relations. up her time at KU batting .255 with 94 hits, 40 RBI, 71 runs scored, and 21 stolen bases. She stands at seventh all-time at Kutztown in A Reading, Pa. native, Lawes is currently pursuing her masters career sacrifices with 33. Defensively, Lawes tallied 219 putouts, degree in National Security.

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Hometown / High School / Previous School Charlton, Mass. / Shepherd Hill Sweetwater, N.J. / Cedar Creek Monroe, Conn. / Masuk Baldwin, N.Y. / Northwood School Harrisburg, Pa. / Central Dauphin Mechanicsville, Va. / Lee-Davis West Islip, N.Y. / West Islip Clarks Summit, Pa. / Abington Heights Parish, N.Y. / Altmar Parish Williamstown Brattleboro, Vt. / Brattleboro Union Fishkill, N.Y. / John Jay Woodbridge, Va. / Woodbridge West Chester, Pa. / Henderson West Haven, Conn. / West Haven Trumbull, Conn. / Trumbull Mount Vernon, N.Y. / Mount Vernon / Hampton Lititz, Pa. / Warwick North Kingstown, R.I. / Prout / Georgian Court Philadelphia, Pa. / St. Hubert Catholic Commack, N.Y. / Hauppauge Medford, N.J. / Shawnee

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Name Marissa Colby Samantha Errera Tori Schiebe Julie Devlin Alexandria Cunkle Kylie Stonebraker Alyssa Monteverde Rachel Gilmore Erin Stever Madison Derosia Taylor Luzzi Sierra Whitlock Megan Butts Jolie Morrell Kristine Liptack Sade King Vanessa Strohm Alycia Marsello Gabby DeLeo Catherine Vaughan Allie McGrory

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Head Coach: Jen Starek (Springfield ’01) – 11th Season Assistant Coach: Leah McIntosh (Albany ’10) – Third Season Assistant Coach: Rachel Lawes (Kutztown ’16) – First Season

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JUNIOR | 5-2 | R-R CHARLTON, MASS. | SHEPHERD HILL

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2016: Easton/NFCA Scholar Athlete…Northeast-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll…Named to Northeast-10 Conference Third Team… Started and played in all 38 games for the Chargers behind the plate…Went a perfect 3-for-3 with three runs scored and two RBI in a win vs. Southern Connecticut (3/30)…Tallied three hits including one double and two runs at Saint Rose (4/23)…Lead the team in walks with thirteen…Struck out only six times in 113 at bats… Caught ten runners stealing including two at Saint Rose on 4/24. 2015: NFCA All-America Scholar Athlete…Northeast-10 Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll…Appeared in 25 games with 22 starts…Had nine hits including one double and four RBI.

High School: Four-year varsity player for the Shepherd Hill Rams… Named to the Southern Worcester County League All-Star Second Team as a freshman and junior...Received Central Mass Athletic Directors’ Association Award as a senior…Also played field hockey where she was selected to the Southern Worcester County League First-Team. Personal: Daughter of Andrew and Nancy Colby…Has one sister, Cassidy, who plays softball for Assumption.

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CAREER STATISTICS Year Avg GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% 2015 .141 25 22 64 6 9 1 0 0 4 10 .156 5 2 6 0 .225 0 1 2 3 101 22 4 .969 2016 .322 38 38 115 18 37 4 0 0 14 40 .357 13 6 7 2 .415 1 1 1 1 269 25 6 .980 TOTAL .257 63 60 179 24 46 5 0 0 18 50 .285 18 8 13 2 .350 1 2 3 4 370 47 10 .977 Hits: 3, twice Homeruns: None Walks: 3, at LIU Post, 4/23/15 Hitting Streak Doubles: 1, five times RBI: 2, four times At Bats: 5, Le Moyne 4/10/16 7 games (2016) Triples: None Runs: 3, So. Connecticut 3/30/16 Stolen Bases: 1, three times

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High School: Four year varsity starter for the Masuk High School Panthers…Won the Class L State Championship, Southwest Conference Championship and Colonial Division Championship… First Team SWC All-Conference selection…Also was a three year starter on the basketball team and was a Second Team SWC AllConference selection…Four year Honor Roll student.

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2016: Northeast-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll…Started and played in all 38 games at right field for the Chargers…Hit .284 and finished third on the team with 17 RBI...Tallied three hits in four games including a perfect 3-for-3 performance in the second game of the season against Lock Haven…Knocked in three runs in a win at Franklin Pierce (4/20)… Ranked second on the team in doubles with six…Struck out only eight times in 116 at bats.

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JUNIOR | 5-6 | R-R MONROE, CONN. | MASUK

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Personal: Daughter of Madonna and Eric Schiebe…Has one sister, 2015: One of five Chargers to start and play in all 34 games… Samantha. Finished second on the team in plate appearances with 96…Hit .271 with 26 hits, including three doubles, three triples, and a home run…Tallied nine RBI…Finished second on the team in runs scored with 15…Recorded first career hit in the opening game of the season against Western Oregon (2/6)…Tallied seven multihit games, including a season-high three hits in a perfect 3-for-3 performance against Southern Connecticut State (4/10).

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Year Avg GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% 2015 .271 34 34 96 15 26 3 1 1 9 34 .354 6 4 18 0 .336 1 1 2 3 15 0 1 .938 2016 .284 38 38 116 15 33 6 0 0 17 38 .336 7 6 8 1 .354 1 1 1 1 18 1 4 .826 TOTAL .278 72 72 212 30 59 9 1 1 26 72 .344 13 10 6 1 .346 2 2 3 4 33 1 5 .872 Hits: 3, five times Homeruns: 1, Southern NH, 3/15/15 Walks: 2, vs. Cal Baptist, 2/7/15 Hitting Streak Doubles: 1, nine times RBI: 3, Franklin Pierce, 4/20/16 At Bats: 5, twice 4 games (2016), three times Triples: 1, at Southern CT, 4/10/15 Runs: 2, Southern NH, 3/15/15 Stolen Bases: 1, three times

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SENIOR | 5-5 | R-R BALDWIN, N.Y. | NORTHWOOD SCHOOL

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Entering the 2017 Season: Devlin enters her senior season ranked batting .253 with 10 runs scored…Had 24 hits including a teamamong all-time leaders in assists (7th – 215). high eight doubles…Also clocked a triple and a home run… Ranked second in RBI with 15…Totaled seven multi-hit games. 2016: Easton/NFCA Scholar-Athlete…CoSIDA Academic All District…Northeast-10 Academic All-Conference…Northeast-10 2014: Northeast-10 Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll… Commissioner’s Honor Roll…Named to Northeast-10 All- Northeast-10 Conference All-Rookie Team…Started all 47 games Conference Second Team…Started and played in all 38 games at at shortstop…Posted a .208 batting average with 33 hits, 15 RBI shortstop for the Chargers…Posted a .340 batting average…Put and 26 runs scored from the leadoff position…Successful on 3-oftogether a seven game hitting streak that spanned between 4/12 4 stolen base attempts...Also recorded six home runs and seven and 4/17…Led the team in doubles with ten…Blasted three home doubles…Went 2-for-4 with two RBI and two runs scored against runs, tied for first on the team…Recorded back-to-back perfect Molloy (3/16) and at American International (4/3)…Went a perfect 3-for-3 performances at Dowling (3/15) and against Post (3/16)… 3-for-3 with a pair of runs scored against Southern Connecticut Ranked second on the team in stolen bases with nine…Tallied six State (3/25). games with two RBI…In the field, recorded 74 assists with a .965 fielding percentage. High School: League’s Most Valuable Player in 2010…Also competed in ice hockey, lacrosse and crew…A Dean’s List student. 2015: NFCA All-America Scholar Athlete…Earned D2ADA Academic Achievement Award…Northeast-10 Conference Personal: Daughter of Robert and Kathleen Devlin…Has an older Commissioner’s Honor Roll… One of six players to start all 34 sister, Brianna. games for the Chargers…Made 95 appearances at the plate,

CAREER STATISTICS R H 26 33 10 24 24 36 60 93

2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% 7 0 6 15 58 .365 17 4 32 0 .300 0 0 3 4 82 84 11 .938 8 1 1 15 37 .389 6 4 16 0 .321 1 1 3 3 42 56 8 .925 10 2 3 16 55 .551 3 2 19 0 .366 0 4 9 10 63 75 5 .965 25 3 10 46 150 .427 26 10 67 0 .324 1 5 15 17 187 215 24 .944 Homeruns: 1, ten times Walks: 3, at So. Conn. St. (3/27/14) Hitting Streak RBI: 3, twice At Bats: 6, at St. Rose (4/19/14) 7 games (2016) Runs: 3, twice Stolen Bases: 2, at Southern CT, (4/6/16)

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Year Avg GP GS AB 2014 .208 47 47 159 2015 .253 34 34 95 2016 336 38 38 107 TOTAL .258 119 119 361 Hits: 3, four times Doubles: 2, twice Triples: 1, three times

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JUNIOR | 5-5 | R-R WEST ISLIP, N.Y. | WEST ISLIP High School: Three year starter for the West Islip Lions…Holds school record for most strikeouts in a game with 19…Was an All-League and All-Division selection in 2012 as well as Rookie of the Year…Pitcher of the Year in 2013…Named a team captain in 2014 on her way to All-League, All-Division, All-County and AllState selections…Also named team MVP…Received United States 2015: Northeast-10 Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll… Marine Corps award for Distinguished Athlete. Appeared in five games with one start…Struck out nine batters in 8.0 innings of work…Tallied a season-high six strikeouts in just Personal: Daughter of Ronald and AnneMarie Monteverde…Has 2.1 innings against Southern Connecticut State (4/10). one sister, Lauren.

2017 PLAYERS

2016: Northeast-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll…Pitched 5.1 innings for the Blue and Gold…Tossed two strikeouts in a threeinning performance at American International (3/25)…Did not surrender any hits or walks in a 1.1 inning performance against Le Moyne (4/9).

CAREER STATISTICS

Innings Pitched: 2.1, twice

Walks Allowed: 3, (4/13/16)

2017 OUTLOOK

Year ERA W L App GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR BF B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA 2015 8.75 0 2 5 1 0 0 0 0 8.0 17 11 10 4 9 4 0 1 45 .415 0 0 0 0 0 2016 2.62 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 5.1 3 2 2 7 2 0 0 1 23 .188 0 0 0 0 0 TOTAL 8.75 0 2 9 1 0 0 0 0 13.1 20 13 12 11 11 4 0 2 68 .351 0 0 0 0 0 Strikeouts: 6 at Southern CT, (4/10/15)

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THE RETURNERS RACHEL GILMORE

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SOPHOMORE | 5-2 | R-R CLARKS SUMMIT, PA. | ABINGTON HEIGHTS

2017 PLAYERS

2016: Easton/NFCA Scholar Athlete…Northeast-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll…Appeared in nine games off the bench for the Chargers…Finished season with five hits…Put together a fourgame hitting streak that spanned between 3/22 and 4/9… Recorded a season-high two hits and two RBI in a win at Southern Connecticut (4/6).

Graduated an Honor Roll Student with a 4.0 GPA…Member of National Honor Society and Russian National Honor Society…Also participated in Mock Trial, Odyssey of the Mind, Russian Club, Latin Club, Interact Club, Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD), Student Council, and also was a Dancer at Abington Heights Civic League Dance Academy.

High School: Four-year varsity letter winner for the Abington Personal: Daughter of David and Alexis Gilmore…Has two Heights Comets…Team selected School Board Award recipient brothers, Chris and Graham, and two sisters, Alison and Grace. for the year 2014…Did not strike out the entire 2015 season…

CAREER STATISTICS 2017 OUTLOOK

Year Avg GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% 2016 .500 9 0 10 1 5 0 0 0 2 5 .500 0 0 1 0 .500 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 TOTAL .500 9 0 10 1 5 0 0 0 2 5 .500 0 0 1 0 .500 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 Homeruns: None RBI: 2, at So. Connecticut, (4/6/16) Runs: 1, So. Connecticut, (3/30/16)

Walks:None At Bats: 2, at So. Connecticut, (4/6/16) Stolen Bases: none

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Hitting Streak 4 Games (2016)

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2016 REVIEW

Hits: 2, at So. Connecticut, (4/6/16) Doubles: None Triples: None

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JUNIOR | 5-11 | R-R PARISH, N.Y. | ALTMAR PARISH WILLIAMSTOWN 2016: NE10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll…Appeared in 12 games School League…Offensive MVP, Defensive MVP and Section III Alloff the bench for the Chargers…Scored seven runs…Had one at Tournament Team for the Altmar Parish Williamstown Rebels…Also bat against Southern Connecticut (3/30). played soccer and basketball…High Honor Roll student.

CAREER STATISTICS Year Avg GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% 2015 .000 18 1 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 1 0 .000 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 .000 2016 .000 12 0 1 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 .000 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1.000 TOTAL .000 30 1 3 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 1 1 .000 0 0 1 2 1 0 0 1.000 Homeruns: None RBI: None Runs: 1, nine times

Walks: None At Bats: 1, three times Stolen Bases: 1, Merrimack, 4/14/15

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Hitting Streak N/A

2017 OUTLOOK

Hits: None Doubles: None Triples: None

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2015: Appeared in 18 games off the bench for the Chargers … Personal: Daughter of Anne and Patrick Stever…Has two siblings, Scored two runs…Stole one base against Merrimack (4/14). brother Cody and sister Meghan. High School: First Team All-League selection in the Onondaga High

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INFIELD

CHARGER SOFTBALL

THE RETURNERS

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THE RETURNERS MADISON DEROSIA

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SOPHOMORE | 5-6 | R-R BRATTLEBORO, VT. | BRATTLEBORO UNION 2 0 1 6 : E a s t o n / N F C A S c h o l a r - A t h l e t e… N o r t h e a s t - 1 0 Commissioner’s Honor Roll…Appeared in 26 games off the bench for the Chargers, making one start against Southern Connecticut (3/30)…Scored six runs…Stole one base against Lock Haven (2/19).

2017 PLAYERS

basketball… Vermont All-State Basketball performer as a senior… Marble Valley League First Team in soccer and Second Team in basketball in 2014…High Academic Honors all semesters… Earned the Physics Award, Chemistry Award, Principal’s Award, and Colonel’s award…Member of the Athletic Leadership Council, High School: All-State performer as a senior at Brattleboro Class Council…Member of National Honor Society. Union High School…Won 2013 Vermont D1 Softball State Championship…Named Marble Valley League First Team in as a Personal: Daughter of Scott and Janet Derosia…Has a sister, Alex junior and senior…Also received numerous accolades in soccer and and a brother, Grady.

CAREER STATISTICS

2017 OUTLOOK

Year Avg GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% 2016 .000 26 1 1 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 1 0 .000 0 0 1 1 2 1 0 1.000 TOTAL .000 26 1 1 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 1 0 .000 0 0 1 1 2 1 0 1.000 Homeruns: None RBI: None Runs: 1, six times

Walks: None At Bats: 1 Stolen Bases: 1, at Lock Haven, 2/19/16

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Hitting Streak N/A

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HISTORY & RECORDS

2016 REVIEW

Hits: None Doubles: None Triples: None

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SOPHOMORE | 5-7 | R-R FISHKILL, N.Y. | JOHN JAY

High School: Member of NYSPHSAA State Championship team in 2011 at John Jay High School…Section 1 Championship and League C Championship in 2011. Personal: Daughter of Martha Luzzi…Has one brother, Michael.

2017 PLAYERS

2016: Northeast-10 Rookie of the Year…Named to Northeast-10 All Rookie Team…Northeast-10 All Conference Third Team…Appeared in 36 games making 36 starts…Finished freshman campaign with a .393 batting average…Lead the team and finished ninth in the NE10 with 28 RBI…Tied for first on the team in home runs with three…Finished second on the team in hits with 49…Recorded 13 multi-hit games, seven of those games with at least three hits… Strung together a 14-game hitting streak that spanned between 3/25 and 4/17…Scored 21 runs for the Blue and Gold.

2017 COACHES

INFIELD/OUTFIELD

CHARGER SOFTBALL

THE RETURNERS

CAREER STATISTICS

Hits: 3, six times Doubles: 1, four times Triples: none

Homeruns: 1, three times RBI: 5, at Adelphi (4/19/16) Runs: 3, So. Connecticut, (3/30/16)

Walks: 1, four times At Bats: 6, at So. Connecticut, (4/6/16) Stolen Bases: 1, So. Connecticut 3/30/16

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Hitting Streak 14 Games (2016)

2017 OUTLOOK

Year Avg GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% 2016 .392 36 36 125 21 49 4 0 3 26 58 .496 4 0 11 2 .405 2 2 1 1 27 70 5 .951 TOTAL .392 36 36 125 21 49 4 0 3 26 58 .496 4 0 11 2 .405 2 2 1 1 27 70 5 .951

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THE RETURNERS SIERRA WHITLOCK

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SOPHOMORE | 5-6 | L-R WOODBRIDGE, VA. | WOODBRIDGE

2017 PLAYERS

2016: Easton/NFC A S cholar Athlete…Nor theast-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll…Appeared and started in all 38 games for the Chargers…Finished with a .300 batting average that included 33 hits…Tallied a season high four hits in a perfect 4-for-4 performance with two doubles and three RBI in a win against Southern Connecticut (3/30)…Put together a six game hitting streak that lasted between 3/25 and 4/6…Finished second on the team in triples with three…Ran across the plate 23 times, the third best on the team…Stole six bases including two against Merrimack on 2/20.

High School: All-State performer as a junior and senior for the Woodbridge (Va.) Vikings…Team MVP as a freshman, sophomore and junior…Named Defensive MVP as a senior. Personal: Daughter of Darran and Michelle Whitlock…Has one brother, Darius.

CAREER STATISTICS 2017 OUTLOOK

Year Avg GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% 2016 .300 38 38 110 23 33 2 3 0 10 40 .373 8 0 15 0 .347 0 5 6 7 31 2 3 .917 TOTAL .300 38 38 110 23 33 2 3 0 10 40 .373 8 0 15 0 .347 0 5 6 7 31 2 3 .917 Homeruns: None RBI: 3, Southern CT, (3/30/16) Runs: 2, four times

Walks: 1, eight times At Bats: 5, Southern NH (3/19/16) Stolen Bases: 2, twice

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Hitting Streak 6 Games (2016)

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2016 REVIEW

Hits: 4, Southern CT, (3/30/16) Doubles: 2, Southern CT, (3/30/16) Triples: 1, three times

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SOPHOMORE | 5-4 | R-R WEST HAVEN, CONN. | WEST HAVEN 2016: Easton/NFCA All-Academic Team…Nor theast-10 Personal: Daughter of Jackie and Joe Morrell…Has an older sister, Commissioner’s Honor Roll…Appeared in one game…Had one Jocey, who played softball at Stonehill. hit and drove in a run in her first and only at bat of the season.

2017 PLAYERS

High School: 2015 Scholar Athlete of the Year for the West Haven Blue Devils…Also played soccer.

CAREER STATISTICS Year Avg GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% 2016 1.000 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 1.000 0 0 0 0 1.000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 TOTAL 1.000 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 1.000 0 0 0 0 1.000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 Homeruns: None RBI: 1, vs. Molloy (2/21/16) Runs: None

Walks: None At Bats: 1, vs. Molloy (2/21/16) Stolen Bases: none

Hitting Streak 1 Game (2016)

2017 OUTLOOK

Hits: 1, vs. Molloy (2/21/16) Doubles: None Triples: None

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THE RETURNERS KRISTINE LIPTACK

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JUNIOR | 5-9 | R-R TRUMBULL, CONN. | TRUMBULL

2017 PLAYERS

2016: Northeast-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll…Appeared in 37 games, making 37 starts…Recorded 26 hits on the season and tallied six multi-hit games including a three-hit performance at American International (3/26)…Knocked in 19 runs for the Blue and Gold…Recorded three RBI on two hits against Le Moyne (4/10)...Hit four doubles over the course of the season…Had one triple at Le Moyne (3/26)…Launched two home runs, tied for the second most on the team…Scored nine runs for the Chargers… Drew 11 walks, the second most on the team…Recorded a fielding percentage of .991 with 228 put outs.

with 16 hits including a double, a triple and a home run…Drove in 10 runs and scored eight…Made a splash in collegiate debut against Western Oregon (2/6) with two hits including a triple and two RBI…Totaled three hits including a home run and four RBI in a standout game against Cal Baptist (2/7)…Named Northeast-10 Rookie of the Week for the week ending Feb. 22. High School: Named the Trumbull High School Softball Offensive MVP…Was selected to the FCIAC First Team…Member of the National Honor Society and the National Spanish Honor Society.

2017 OUTLOOK

2015: NFCA All-American Scholar Athlete…NE10 Conference Personal: Daughter of Peggy and Gary Liptack....Has one sister, Commissioner’s Honor Roll…One of five players to start and play in Stephanie. all 34 games for the Chargers…Made 95 appearances at the plate

CAREER STATISTICS Year Avg GP GS AB R H 2015 .168 34 34 95 8 16 2016 .232 37 37 112 10 26 TOTAL .203 71 71 207 18 42

Homeruns: 1, three times RBI: 4, Cal Baptist, 2/7/15 Runs: 2, twice

Walks: 2, vs. Molloy (2/21/16) At Bats: 5, Le Moyne (4/10/16) Stolen Bases: None

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Hitting Streak 5 games (2016)

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Hits: 3, three times Doubles: 1, five times Triples: 1, twice

2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% 1 1 1 10 22 .232 7 0 6 0 .221 2 3 0 0 196 5 1 .995 4 1 2 19 36 .339 11 2 8 1 .307 2 3 0 0 228 7 3 .987 5 2 3 29 58 .290 18 2 14 1 .268 4 6 0 0 424 12 4 .991

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SOPHOMORE | 5-5 | R-R LITITZ, PA. | WARWICK

School…First-Team All-Star for the Lancaster-Lebanon League… Honorable Mention for County All-Star team…Member of National Honor Society and Spanish Honor Society…Also played soccer. Personal: Daughter of Joe and Carolyn Strohm.

High School: Second Team All-State performer at Warwick High

CAREER STATISTICS Year Avg GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% 2016 1.000 10 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1.000 1 0 0 0 1.000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 TOTAL 1.000 10 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1.000 1 0 0 0 1.000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 Homeruns: none RBI: none Runs: 1, at Dowling (3/15/16)

Walks: 1, vs. Franklin Pierce (4/20/16) At Bats: 1, vs. So. Connecticut (3/30/16) Stolen Bases: None

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Hitting Streak N/A

2017 OUTLOOK

Hits: 1, vs. So. Connecticut (3/30/15) Doubles: none Triples: none

2017 PLAYERS

2016: Northeast-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll…Appeared in 10 games off the bench for the Chargers…Had one at bat against Southern Connecticut State and recorded one hit (3/30)…Scored one run at Dowling (3/15)…Drew a walk against Franklin Pierce (4/20)

2017 COACHES

OUTFIELD/INFIELD

CHARGER SOFTBALL

THE RETURNERS

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THE RETURNERS GABBY DELEO

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SENIOR | 5-2 | R-R PHILADELPHIA, PA. | ST. HUBERT CATHOLIC 2016 Season: Easton/NFCA Scholar Athlete…Northeast-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll…Appeared in 37 games, making 37 starts…Totaled 27 hits for the Chargers…Had five multi-hit games including back-to-back two-hit games in a doubleheader vs. Le Moyne (4/10)…Scored 16 runs, including two against Southern Connecticut on 3/30…Knocked in 14 runs…Had four multi-RBI games…Strung together a five-game hitting streak that lasted between 3/30 and 4/10…Finished season with five doubles… Stole two bases against Molloy (2/21)…In the field, recorded a .993 fielding percentage with 75 putouts and 62 assists...Only committed one error all season.

against St. Mary’s (TX) (2/6)…Totaled eight multi-hit games… went 3-for-4 in back-to-back games against Cal Baptist (2/7)… Named Northeast-10 Conference Player of the Week for the week ending Feb. 22.

2015 Season: NFCA All-America Scholar Athlete…Second Team Capital One Academic All District… D2ADA Academic Achievement Award…Spring 2015 Northeast-10 Academic AllConference…Northeast-10 Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll… Made 32 starts…Led the team with a .333 batting average… Also topped the Chargers in runs (17), RBI (16) and tied for first in home runs (2)…Ranked second in doubles with six…Had a triple

High School: A three-time All-Catholic League honoree, including a First Team pick in 2012…Competed at 2012 ASA Gold Nationals in Oklahoma City…Also an All-League Honorable Mention in volleyball…A National Honor Society member.

2014 Season: Northeast-10 Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll…Started all 47 games at second base…Recorded a .214 batting average, 19 RBI and 15 runs scored…Went 3-for-3 with three RBI and a run scored against Southern Connecticut State (3/25)…Also went 2-for-3 with three RBI and a run scored against Le Moyne (4/12).

Personal: Daughter of Ed and Sheila DeLeo...Has four brothers Nick, Vince, Mike and Ed.

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CAREER STATISTICS Year Avg GP GS AB 2014 .214 47 47 140 2015 .333 32 32 84 2016 .257 37 37 105 TOTAL ..258 116 116 329 Hits: 3, twice Doubles: 2, twice Triples: 1, twice

R H 15 30 17 28 16 27 48 85

2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% 3 1 2 19 41 .293 7 1 27 1 .253 2 4 4 5 101 78 4 .978 6 1 2 16 7 .500 7 5 14 1 .408 2 2 5 5 55 39 2 .979 5 0 0 14 31 .305 7 4 19 0 .325 1 1 5 8 77 65 1 .993 14 2 4 49 79 .350 21 10 60 2 .318 5 7 14 18 233 182 7 .983 Homeruns: 1, four times Walks: 2, three times Hitting Streak RBI: 4, at Dowling, 3/16/15 At Bats: 5, three times 5 games (2015 & 2016) Runs: 3, Dowling, 3/16/15 Stolen Bases: 2, vs. Molloy (2/21/16)

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FRESHMAN | 5-4 | R-R SWEETWATER, N.J. | CEDAR CREEK

ALEXANDRIA CUNKLE

2017 PLAYERS

High School: Personal: Two-time First Team All-Conference Performer at Cedar Creek Daughter of Chuck and Suzie Errera…Has two sisters, Sage and High school…Team won Cape Atlantic League Title…Team won Sydney. two Division Titles…Three-year varsity scholar…four-year honor roll student…Also played Field Hockey in high school.

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FRESHMAN | 5-5 | L-R HARRISBURG PA. | CENTRAL DAUPHIN

KYLIE STONEBRAKER

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High School: Personal: Named to the Mid-Penn Commonwealth First Team…Team won Daughter of Tom and Melissa Cunkle. AAA Mid-Penn Commonwealth Championship…Involved with Four Diamonds, Key Club, and presenting the Morning News at Central Dauphin High School.

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FRESHMAN | 5-4 | R-R MECHANICSVILLE, VA. | LEE-DAVIS Athlete of the Year…State Gymnast her senior season for the Confederates…Four year All-Academic team member. Personal: Daughter of Gary Stonebraker and Tia Henning…Has two sisters, Kinsee and Lilly.

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High School: As a junior and senior was named Conference Pitcher of the Year, All-Conference First Team, All-Region First Team and AllMetro First Team at Lee-Davis High School…Also named AllState Second Team her senior year…All-Conference Honorable mention freshman and sophomore campaigns…2016 Female

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FRESHMAN | 5-10 | R-R WEST CHESTER, PA. | HENDERSON High School: Personal: Won Ches-Mont championship freshman year at Henderson High Daughter of Tim and Therea Butts…Has one sister, Lauren… School…Named to Ches-Mont Second Team senior year. Father Tim played basketball at Shippensburg University and sister Lauren plays softball at Division I Siena College.

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PITCHER

SADE KING

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SENIOR | 5-2 | R-R MOUNT VERNON, N.Y. | MOUNT VERNON | HAMPTON Also a member of the New Haven women’s basketball team.

basketball as a senior...Helped the Knights to two section championships.

2016 REVIEW

High School Played softball as a freshman and sophomore at Mount Vernon Personal High School...Also played basketball and tennis...Scored over Daughter of Tonya Wheeler...Has a younger sister, Mariyah. 1,000 points in her career...A First Team All-State honoree in

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JUNIOR | 5-7 | R-R NORTH KINGSTOWN, R.I. | PROUT | GEORGIAN COURT Before New Haven: Two-year starter for the Golden Lions…Totaled 257 at bats at Georgian Court with 73 hits… Lead the team in hits (37), home runs (3) and RBI (24) in 2016…finished third on the team in batting average as a sophomore with a .306 average…Lead the team in home runs in 2015 as a freshman with three…Finished with 45 total RBI before transferring to New Haven.

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High School: All-Division 2 South Second Team performer freshman and sophomore year and First-Team All Division 2 South junior and senior year at The Prout School…Also played basketball in high school for the Crusaders. Personal: Daughter of Keith and Kristin Marsello…Has one brother, Matthew.

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FRESHMAN | 5-8 | R-R COMMACK, N.Y. | HAUPPAUGE

ALLIE MCGRORY

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FRESHMAN | 5-3 | R-R MEDFORD, N.J. | SHAWNEE High School: NFCA All-America Scholar Athlete at Shawnee High School.

Personal: Daughter of John McGrory.

2017 OUTLOOK

INFIELD

2017 PLAYERS

High School: Personal: Earned multiple awards at Hauppauge High School…League Daughter of Michael and Joan Vaughan…Has one sister, Jennifer. IV All-County…All-Along Island…All-State Performer…NFCA Regional All-American…All-League…Most Improved Player… Golden Glove Award…Team MVP…Co-Field Player of the Year… Top 100 on Long Island…Also played soccer in high school.

2017 COACHES

PITCHER/UTILITY

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CHARGER SOFTBALL

2017 PREVIEW

Coming off its sixth appearance in the Northeast-10 Conference Championship in the last seven years, the University of New Haven softball team is expected to once again contend for a berth in the postseason as it brings back a strong corps of returning players in 2017. The Chargers will also have some big shoes to fill following the graduation of multiple All-Conference players. CATCHER Returning at catcher is junior Marissa Colby who appeared in all 38 games for New Haven last season, garnering Third Team All-NE10 recognition following a season where she hit .322 and had a .415 on-base percentage. Joining the Chargers behind the plate is junior transfer Alycia Marsello who hit .286 in two seasons at Georgian Court, leading the Lions with a .306 average, three home runs and 24 RBI in 2016. Providing depth will be freshman Samantha Errera who was a two-time All-Conference performer at Cedar Creek High School. INFIELD New Haven returns all four starters in the infield, including a pair of All-Conference performers. Up the middle, seniors Julie Devlin and Gabby DeLeo make up the Chargers’ double play tandem. Devlin was named Northeast-10 Second Team All-Conference and NE10 Academic All-Conference, hitting .340 while leading the team with 10 doubles, smacking three homers and driving in 16. DeLeo is one of the surest-handed fielders in school history, entering 2017 with a career .983 fielding percentage, committing just one error last season. Also adept with the bat, she hit .257 last year with 14 RBI.

Team member hit .392 last season with three home runs and 28 RBI, the latter total ranking ninth in the NE10. Junior Kristine Liptack is expected to patrol first base. She has been very durable for the Blue and Gold starting 71 of 72 possible games in her career entering the season. Junior Erin Stever and sophomore Madison Derosia also return for New Haven and will be counted on for speed around the infield. Both were valuable in reserve roles last season, scoring a combined 13 runs. Joining the Chargers are senior Senior Sade King and freshman Allie McGrory. King will play her final semester in a softball uniform after completing a successful basketball career for the Blue and Gold. OUTFIELD Junior Tori Schiebe and sophomore Sierra Whitlock are expected to return to their starting positions for the Chargers. Schiebe has started all 72 games of her career, hitting .284 last season while finishing third on the team with 17 RBI. Whitlock jumped right into the lineup last season and hit .300 while starting all 38 games, stealing six bases. Joining Schiebe and Whitlock are freshmen Alexandria Cunkle and Catherine Vaughan. Both are expected to vie for playing time as Cunkle was a Mid-Penn Commonwealth First Team member at Central Dauphin High School. A strong all-around player, Vaughan will see time in multiple positions all over the diamond.

Adding to the strong corps in the outfield are sophomores Rachel Gilmore, Vanessa Strohm and Jolie Morrell. Gilmore went 5-for-10 last season in a reserve role with two RBI. Strohm appeared in 10 On the corners, Taylor Luzzi is back at third base for her sophomore games off the bench for New Haven and Morrell singled in a run in season. The Northeast-10 Conference Rookie of the Year and Third her only at-bat of the season against Molloy on Feb. 21.

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April begins with three straight dates against teams that participated in last season’s NCAA Tournament. New Haven travels to Caldwell (Apr. 2) and Molloy (Apr. 6), sandwiched around a home DH against Pace on Apr. 5. Following road doubleheaders at Assumption and Merrimack on Apr. 8 and 9, the Blue and Gold plays exclusively against NE10 Southwest Division competition for the remainder of the regular season. New Haven heads to Pace for a single game on Apr. 11 prior to returning home for a weekend series against American International on Apr. 14 and 15. A midweek set at Southern Connecticut follows on Apr. 19 before another home weekend series, this time against Saint Rose on Apr. 22-23. Crosstown rival SCHEDULE Southern Connecticut makes the short trip on Apr. 25 for the final For the second consecutive season, the Chargers open their schedule regular season home games, while the Chargers finish the regular at the Snowbird Freezeout held at the Grand Park Sports Complex season on the road at Le Moyne on Apr. 28-29. in Myrtle Beach, S.C. from Feb. 17-19. New Haven’s opponents for the event will be announced at a later date. The top four teams from each division qualify for the NE10 Postseason based on divisional record. The third-seeded team hosts the four Coming back north, the Blue and Gold returns to action with four seed in an opening round game on May 2 with the surviving team consecutive home doubleheaders. Non-conference matchups with advancing to the Northeast-10 Championship to be held at the NYIT (Mar. 11), Felician (Mar. 13) and Georgian Court (Mar. 14) lead site of the top seed in the Northeast Division, May 4-6. Eight teams up to a contest against NE10 power and 2016 NCAA Tournament are selected to the NCAA Division II East Region Championships to participant Southern New Hampshire on Mar. 18. Back-to-back road be held May 12-14 with the top two teams advancing to the Super twinbills against NCAA Tournament teams LIU Post and Adelphi fol- Regionals May 19-21. The winner moves on to the NCAA Division II low on Mar. 19 and 22. The Chargers then return home for four home National Championship, which will be held in Salem, Va. May 25-29. dates closing out the month of March against Saint Anselm (Mar. 25), Saint Michael’s (Mar. 26), Adelphi (Mar. 28) and Post (Mar. 30) PITCHING Following the graduation of two seniors, the Chargers have big shoes to fill in the circle. Junior Alyssa Monteverde appeared in four games for New Haven last season with a 2.65 ERA. Joining her will be freshmen Kylie Stonebreaker and Megan Butts. Stonebreaker was an All-State Performer and the Conference Pitcher of the Year as a senior at Lee-Davis High School in Mechanicsville, Va. Butts earned Second Team All-Ches-Mont accolades as a senior at West Chester Henderson High School.

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2016 REVIEW HISTORY & RECORDS THE UNIVERSITY

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2016 STATISTICS

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2016 New Haven Softball atistics Summary for New Haven (as of Apr 27, 2016) (All games)

ord: 23-15 Record:Home: 23-15 9-7 Score

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3-2 5-0 7-3 5-2 9-2 0-2 2-5 11-3 8-0 4-3 3-2 0-3 0-1 11-3 12-2 6-0 7-0 17-2 7-5 0-6 7-9 2-0 1-2 4-8 6-2 5-10 6-0 6-3 3-0 0-8 0-5 8-3 0-2 9-0 1-4 6-1 3-4 1-5

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2017 PLAYERS

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2017 OUTLOOK

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2016 REVIEW

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HISTORY & RECORDS

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14 Taylor Luzzi 6 Jen Palase 5 Julie Devlin 0 Marissa Colby 15 Sierra Whitlock 2 Tori Schiebe 26 Gabby DeLeo 21 Kristine Liptack -------------------24 Vanessa Strohm 19 Jolie Morrell 18 Heather Ferranti 10 Rachel Gilmore 22 Victoria Cabral 29 Sierra Cardenale 23 Nicole D'Andrea 25 Kaitlyn Schmeer 12 Madison Derosia 11 Erin Stever

avg gp-gs 36-36 38-38 38-38 38-38 38-38 38-38 37-37 37-37

.392 .390 .336 .322 .300 .284 .257 .232 1.000 1.000

.500 .500 .303 .225 .154 .000 .000 .000

10-0 1-0 13-4 9-0 12-10 34-27 12-1 8-0 26-1 12-0

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125 141 107 115 110 116 105 112

21 30 24 18 23 15 16 10

49 55 36 37 33 33 27 26

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4 2 10 4 2 6 5 4

3b

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rbi

28 14 16 14 10 17 14 19

4 6 3 13 8 7 7 11

0 3 2 6 0 6 4 2

11 1-1 9 12-14 19 9-10 7 1-1 15 6-7 8 1-1 19 5-8 8 0-0

1 1 14 10 33 89 13 2 1 1

1 0 1 1 5 7 0 0 6 7

1 1 7 5 10 20 2 0 0 0

0 0 1 0 3 5 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

0 1 4 2 3 14 1 0 0 0

1 0 5 0 2 7 1 1 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0

0 0 3 1 4 12 2 0 1 0

0 7 2 0 3 0 0 1

3 0 3 0 0 0 0 2

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38

1096

185

342

46

13

9

157

76

25

119

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38

926

112

193

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7

5

98

143

21

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0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 36-44 29-40

LOB - Team (269), Opp (243). DPs turned - Team (11), Opp (17). CI - Team (1), Colby 1. IBB - Team (0), Opp (7). Picked off - Stever 1, Devlin 1. Player

7 Nicole King 22 Victoria Cabral -------------------9 Alyssa Montever 18 Heather Ferranti

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1.61 2.81

7-9 16-6

2.62 4.20

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38

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193

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82

143

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38

23

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185

141

76

119

PB - Team (5), Colby 5, Opp (12). Pickoffs - Team (0), Opp (2). SBA/ATT - Colby (29-39), King (12-19), Cabral (14-18), Ferranti (2-2), Monteverde (1-1). Score by innings New Haven Opponents

1 29 13

2 22 12

3 34 29

4 21 8

5 30 18

6 24 25

7 21 4

8 0 0

9 0 2

EX 4 1

Total 185 112

Win-loss breakouts: Day 23-15; Night 0-0; vs Left 0-2; vs Right 23-13; 1-run games 3-3; 2-run games 2-3; 5+run games 13-4; Extra inns 2-1; Shutouts 8-7. Current streak: Lost 2; Longest winning streak: 6; Longest losing streak: 2. Attendance: Home 938 (avg 85); Away 1418 (avg 74); Total 2356 (avg 78).

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Away: 9-7 Neutral:Away: 5-1 9-7 Northeast-10: 12-115-1 Home: 9-7 Neutral:

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2016 RESULTS

Date

Opponent W W W W W L L W W W W L L W W W W W W L L W

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L W L W L L

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7 7 7 7 7 7 7 5 6 7 (11) 7 7 7 7 7 7 5 (12) 7 (9) 7 7 7 7 5 7 7 7 6 7 6 7 5 7 7 7 7

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

Northeast- Pitcher of record

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

Attend

Time

60 80 70 65 65 70 43 93 110 110 56 56 75 80 76 55 87 72 73 65 61 75 86 88 85 46 106 200 53 95

2:14 1:53 2:12 1:36 2:16 1:48 1:50 2:30 1:14 1:33 2:30 1:17 1:30 2:12 1:54 2:01 1:25 1:40 3:25 1:43 2:38 1:36 1:29 1:50 1:50 2:15 1:56 1:42 1:40 1:42 1:55 2:10 1:32 1:18 1:13 1:44 1:32 1:47

HISTORY & RECORDS

* = NE-10 Conference game ^ = NE-10 Southwest Division Game () extra inning game

King (W 1-0) Cabral (W 1-0) Cabral (W 2-0) Cabral (W 3-0) Cabral (W 4-0) King (L 1-1) Cabral (L 4-1) Cabral (W 5-1) King (W 2-1) Cabral (W 6-1) Cabral (W 7-1) Cabral (L 7-2) King (L 2-2) Cabral (W 8-2) King (W 3-2) Cabral (W 9-2) King (W 4-2) Cabral (W 10-2) Cabral (W 11-2) King (L 4-3) King (L 4-4) Cabral (W 12-2) King (L 4-5) Cabral (L 12-3) King (W 5-5) Cabral (L 12-4) King (W 6-5) Cabral (W 13-4) King (W 7-5) Cabral (L 13-5) King (L 7-6) Cabral (W 14-5) King (L 7-7) Cabral (W 15-5) King (L 7-8) Cabral (W 16-5) Cabral (L 16-6) King (L 7-9)

2016 REVIEW

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Inns

3-2 5-0 7-3 5-2 9-2 0-2 2-5 11-3 8-0 4-3 3-2 0-3 0-1 11-3 12-2 6-0 7-0 17-2 7-5 0-6 7-9 2-0 1-2 4-8 6-2 5-10 6-0 6-3 3-0 0-8 0-5 8-3 0-2 9-0 1-4 6-1 3-4 1-5

2017 OUTLOOK

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2017 PLAYERS

vs #4 California (Pa.) vs Lock Haven vs Merrimack vs Shippensburg vs Molloy vs West Chester at Dowling-1 at Dowling-2 POST-1 POST-2 # 2 0 S O . N E W H A M P S H IR E -1 # 20 S O . N E W H A M P S H IR E -2 PACE at American Int'l at American Int'l-1 at American Int'l-2 SOUTHERN CONN. STATE-1 SOUTHERN CONN. STATE-2 at So. Conn. State-1 LE MOYNE-1 LE MOYNE-1 LE MOYNE-2 at Pace-1 at Pace-2 ADELPHI-1 ADELPHI-2 at Georgian Court-1 at Georgian Court-2 #19 CALDWELL-1 #19 CALDWELL-2 at Adelphi-1 at Adelphi-2 FRANKLIN PIERCE-1 FRANKLIN PIERCE-2 at Saint Rose-1 at Saint Rose-2 at Saint Rose at #25 Adelphi

2017 COACHES

02/19/16 02/19/16 02/20/16 02/20/16 02/21/16 02/21/16 03/15/16 03/15/16 03/16/16 03/16/16 * 03/19/16 * 03/19/16 ^* 03/22/16 ^* 03/25/16 ^* 03/26/16 ^* 03/26/16 ^* 03/30/16 ^* 03/30/16 ^* 04/06/16 ^* 04/09/16 ^* 04/10/16 ^* 04/10/16 ^* 04/12/16 ^* 04/12/16 ^* 04/13/16 ^* 04/13/16 04/15/16 04/15/16 04/17/16 04/17/16 * Apr 19, 2016 * Apr 19, 2016 * 04/20/16 * 04/20/16 ^* 04/23/16 ^* 04/23/16 ^* 04/24/16 04/27/16

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2016 New Haven Softball Game Results for New Haven (as of Jan 11, 2017) (All games)

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2017 COACHES

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2016 CONFERENCE RESULTS 2016 NORTHEAST-10 CONFERENCE AWARD WINNERS Player of the Year Brenna Martini, Adelphi Pitcher of the Year Sarah Lavallee, So. New Hampshire Defensive Player of the Year Nicole Camera, Adelphi Rookie of the Year Taylor Luzzi, New Haven Coach of the Year Claudia Stabile, Pace

2016 NORTHEAST-10 CONFERENCE FINAL STANDINGS NORTHEAST DIVISION |--Division--| |---NE10----| |--Overall---| Record Pct. Record Pct. Record Pct. So. New Hampshire* $ 16-5 .762 17-6 .739 29-15 .659 Stonehill 15-6 .714 19-8 .704 23-17 .575 Assumption 15-6 .714 15-10 .600 19-21 .475 Merrimack 11-10 .524 14-123 .519 24-26 .480 Bentley 10-11 .476 12-12 .500 14-21 .400 Franklin Pierce 9-12 .429 10-13 .435 15-22 .405 Saint Anselm 7-14 .333 8-17 .3320 12-26 .316 Saint Michael’s 1-20 .048 2-23 .080 3-34 .081

2017 PLAYERS

Team

2017 OUTLOOK

SOUTHWEST DIVISION Team Pace*#$ Adelphi*$ Le Moyne* $ New Haven American Int’l Saint Rose So. Connecticut

|--Division--| |---NE10----| |--Overall---| Record Pct. Record Pct. Record Pct. 12-6 .667 17-7 .708 28-16 .636 12-6 .667 17-7 .708 35-22 .614 12-6 .667 15-7 .682 32-17 .653 9-9 .500 11-11 .500 23-15 .605 7-11 .389 10-14 .417 17-21 .447 7-11 .389 7-14 .333 13-26 .333 4-14 .222 4-16 .200 13-27 .325

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HISTORY & RECORDS

2016 REVIEW

* Northeast-10 Conference Regular Season Champion # Northeast-10 Conference Tournament Champion $ NCAA Qualifier

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2016 NORTHEAST-10 CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS FIRST ROUND (at higher seed) WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27 SW#3 Adelphi 5, SW#4 New Haven 1 NE#3 Assumption 3, NE#4 Merrimack 2 SECOND ROUND (at Pace) FRIDAY, APRIL 29 SW#2 Le Moyne 10, NE#3 Assumption 2 SW#3 Adelphi 7, NE#2 Stonehill 5 CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND (at Pace) SATURDAY, APRIL 30 NE#1 So. New Hampshire 6, SW#2 Le Moyne 5 SW#1 Pace 5, SW#3 Adelphi 2 SW#1 Pace 7, NE#1 So. New Hampshire 4

Name Megan Staudle Steph Menard Alison Sumski Brenna Martini Courtney Case Krista King Jen Palase Maureen Hannan Surina Sandhu Nicole King Sarah Lavalle Ashley Lew

Northeast-10 Conference First Team School Stonehill Assumption Stonehill Adelphi Le Moyne Adelphi New Haven So. New Hampshire Pace New Haven So. New Hampshire Pace

Position Catcher First Base Second Base Third Base Short Stop Outfield Outfield Outfield Designated Player Pitcher Pitcher At-Large (SS)

Yr. Sr. So. Sr. So. Jr. So. Sr. Sr. So. Sr. So. So.

Hometown New Windsor, N.Y. Cranston, R.I. Amherst, N.Y. Fairfield, Conn. Pittsford, N.Y. Franklin Square, N.Y. Staten Island, N.Y. Scarborough, Maine Elk Grove, Ca. Front Royal, Va. Candia, N.H. New City, N.Y.

Northeast-10 Conference Second Team

Name Erin Garczynski Erin Morrissey Nicole Camera Erin Wood Julie Devlin Ashley Clark Carly Wood Michelle Carbone Danielle DelGreco Pattie Turner Alexis Eastmen Sarah Ropiak Ashley Abad Name Marissa Colby Alexa DiLeo Taylor Luzzi Kayli Moniz Kelsey Kennedy Alison Reynolds Amanda Bickford Kaley Kempf Fallon Tierney Lindsay Mapes Kelly Ferris Jorrdin Miller Kaitlynn Nelson

School So. New Hampshire So. New Hampshire Adelphi Franklin Pierce New Haven Assumption Saint Rose Stonehill Saint Michael’s Saint Anselm Le Moyne Stonehill Assumption

Position Catcher First Base Second Base Third Base Short Stop Outfield Outfield Outfield Designated Player Utility Pitcher Pitcher At-Large (2B)

Yr. Hometown Fr. Norwood, Mass. Kr. Commack, N.Y. So. Metuchen, N.J. Sr. Dover, N.Y. Jr. Baldwin, N.Y. Jr. Pawtucket, R.I. Jr. Hamilton, N.J. Jr. Deer Park, N.Y. Sr. Lexington, Mass. Sr. Warwick, R.I. So. Endicott, N.Y. Sr. Acton, Mass. Jr. Bedford, N.H.

Northeast-10 Conference Third Team School New Haven American Int’l New Haven Assumption Bentley Le Moyne Saint Anselm American Int’l Saint Michael’s Adelphi Bentley American Int’l Pace

Position Catcher First Base Third Base Short Stop Outfield Outfield Outfield Designated Player Utility Pitcher Pitcher At-Large (3B) At-Large (P)

Yr. Hometown So. Charlton, Mass. So. Cheshire, Conn. Fr. Fishkill, N.Y. Sr. Fairhaven, Mass. Jr. Bedford, N.H. Sr. Penfield, N.Y. So. Salem. N.H. Fr. Oxford, Conn. Fr. Reading, Mass. Jr. Centerburg, Ohio Sr. Seymour, Conn. Sr. Garfield, N.J. Jr. Ojai, Ca.

Northeast-10 Conference All-Rookie Team

Name Nicoletta Cuccio Kristin Fealy Lauren Sandelier Sarah Beliveau Kaley Kempf Madison Ryan Emily Kurkul Caitlin McBride Taylor Luzzi Annie Carberry Fallon Tierney Briana Bowen Roma Mazzariello Erin Garczynski

School Adelphi Adelphi Adelphi American Int’l American Int’l Franklin Pierce Merrimack Merrimack New Haven Pace Saint Michael’s Saint Rose Saint Rose So. New Hampshire

Position Hometown Catcher Dingmans Ferry, Penn. Pitcher Brampton, Ontario, Canada Designated Player Washington Township, N.J. Pitcher Bristol, Conn. Designated Player Oxford, Conn. Designated Player Dracut, Mass. Catcher Bridgewater, Mass. Catcher Danvers, Mass. Third Base Fishkill, N.Y. First Base Colorado Springs, Co. Utility Reading, Mass. Utility Cohoes, N.Y. Pitcher Valatie, N.Y. Catcher Norwood, Mass.

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NATIONAL RECOGNITION

REGIONAL RECOGNITION

DAKTRONICS EAST REGION PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2010 - Breanne Gleason

CoSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT First Team 2016 - Julie Devlin 2016 - Jen Palase 2010 - Breanne Gleason 2005 - Lisa Ramos 2004 - Lisa Ramos Second Team 2011 - Chelsea Harold 2009 - Breanne Gleason 2006 - Lisa Ramos

* 2007 was first year of Daktronics Inc. All-America and All-Region softball programs.

CONFERENCE RECOGNITION

NORTHEAST-10 CONFERENCE PITCHER OF THE YEAR 2010 - Breanne Gleason

NEW YORK COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC CONFERENCE PITCHER OF THE YEAR 2005 - Elina Colon 2004 - Elina Colon

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NORTHEAST-10 CONFERENCE PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2013 - Christina Gelardi 2010 - Breanne Gleason

ALL-EAST COAST CONFERENCE Second Team 2008 - Meghan Walter, 1B 2008 - Breanne Gleason, UT Third Team 2007 - Nicole Downs, 2B 2007 - Breanne Gleason, P

HISTORY & RECORDS

ALL-ECAC First Team 2002 - Kristin Boken 2001 - Kristin Boken 1995 - Jo-Lynn Cimino, P 1993 - Tina Slie, OF

ALL-NORTHEAST-10 CONFERENCE First Team 2016 - Nicole King, P 2016 - Jen Palase, OF 2014 - Brooke Fisher, C 2014 - Lindsey Couturier, 3B 2014 - Brandy Dianno, OF 2013 - Christina Gelardi, SS 2012 - Shannon Angehr, OF 2011 - Chelsea Harold, OF 2011 - Christina Gelardi, SS 2010 - Breanne Gleason, P 2010 - Nicole Downs, 3B 2010 - Chelsea Harold, OF 2009 - Breanne Gleason, P 2009 - Nicole Downs, UT Second Team 2016 - Julie Devlin, SS 2015 - Jen Palase, OF 2015 - Nicole King, P 2013 - Micah Stonesifer, P 2013 - Lucy Francisco, 2B 2011 - Micah Stonesifer, P Third Team 2016 - Marissa Colby 2016 - Taylor Luzzi, 3B 2014 - Victoria Cabral, P 2014 - Nicole King, P 2013 - Jess Spivey, 1B 2013 - Keri Tricinelli, UT All-Rookie Team 2016 - Taylor Luzzi, 3B 2013 - Nicole King, P 2013 - Jen Palase, OF 2011 - Brooke Fisher, C 2010 - Christina Gelardi, SS

2016 REVIEW

NFCA ALL-REGION First Team 2013 - Christina Gelardi, SS 2011 - Christina Gelardi, SS 2011 - Chelsea Harold, OF 2010 - Nicole Downs, 3B 2010 - Breanne Gleason, P 2007 - Breanne Gleason, P 2005 - Elina Colon, P 2005 - Lisa Ramos, OF 2004 - Elina Colon, P 1998 - Becky Snow, C 1996 - Betsy Wiaderski, P 1996 - Kerri Kroner, 1B 1996 - Sheryl Aldrich, 2B 1995 - Jo-Lynn Cimino, P 1992 - Colleen Steinnagel, C 1992 - Tina Slie, OF 1991 - Allison Yaeger, OF Second Team 2016 - Jen Palase, OF 2013 - Jess Spivey 2012 - Shannon Angehr 2009 - Breanne Gleason, P 2009 - Nicole Downs, UT 2000 - Becky Snow, C 1999 - Jackie Kupka, C 1999 - Becky Snow, DP 1998 - Jenn Petti, OF 1997 - Jo-Lynn Cimino, P 1997 - Betsy Wiaderski, P

NORTHEAST-10 CONFERENCE COACH OF THE YEAR 2014 - Jen Starek 2010 - Jen Starek

2017 OUTLOOK

DAKTRONICS EAST REGION PITCHER OF THE YEAR 2010 - Breanne Gleason

DAKTRONICS ALL-REGION* First Team 2013 - Christina Gelardi, SS 2011 - Chelsea Harold, OF 2010 - Nicole Downs, 3B 2010 - Breanne Gleason, P 2010 - Chelsea Harold, OF 2009 - Breanne Gleason, P 2009 - Nicole Downs, UT 2007 - Nicole Downs, 2B Second Team 2014 - Lindsey Couturier, 3B 2014 - Brandy Dianno, OF 2014 - Victoria Cabral, P 2013 - Micah Stonesifer, P 2011 - Christina Gelardi, SS 2008 - Breanne Gleason, UT 2007 - Breanne Gleason, P

NORTHEAST-10 CONFERENCE PITCHER OF THE YEAR 2016 - Taylor Luzzi

2017 PLAYERS

DAKTRONICS ALL-AMERICA* Second Team 2010 - Breanne Gleason Third Team 2013 - Christina Gelardi 2009 - Breanne Gleason Honorable Mention 2011 - Chelsea Harold 2010 - Nicole Downs

D2CCA ALL-REGION 2016 - Jen Palase

2009 - Breanne Gleason

2017 COACHES

NFCA ALL-AMERICA First Team 2013 - Christina Gelardi Second Team 2011 - Chelsea Harold Third Team 2011 - Christina Gelardi 2010 - Breanne Gleason 2010 - Nicole Downs 1995 - Jo-Lynn Cimino

1997 - Becky Snow, C 1997 - Jackie Kupka, DP 1995 - Anna Bailey, C 1995 - Tammy Hackley, OF 1992 - Lori Miller, P 1991 - Colleen Steinnagel, C 1991 - Tina Slie, OF 1991 - Missi Pimentel, DP

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ALL-TIME AWARDS

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CHARGER SOFTBALL 2017 COACHES 2017 PLAYERS 2017 OUTLOOK 2016 REVIEW HISTORY & RECORDS THE UNIVERSITY

ALL-TIME AWARDS NEW YORK COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC CONFERENCE ROOKIE OF THE YEAR 2003 - Elina Colon ALL-NEW YORK COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC CONFERENCE First Team 2005 - Elina Colon, P 2005 - Lisa Ramos, OF 2004 - Elina Colon, P 2004 - Lisa Ramos, OF 2004 - Kristin Boken, UT Second Team 2003 - Elina Colon, P Third Team 2006 - Meg Brown, P 2006 - Elina Colon, P 2006 - Lisa Ramos, OF

NEW ENGLAND COLLEGIATE CONFERENCE PLAYER OF THE YEAR 1996 - Betsy Wiaderski 1995 - Jo-Lynn Cimino NEW ENGLAND COLLEGIATE CONFERENCE PITCHER OF THE YEAR 1997 - Betsy Wiaderski NEW ENGLAND COLLEGIATE CONFERENCE ROOKIE OF THE YEAR 1998 - Jenn Petti 1994 - Jo-Lynn Cimino 1993 - Sheryl Aldrich 1992 - Becky Hall NEW ENGLAND COLLEGIATE CONFERENCE COACH OF THE YEAR 1997 - Joe Musante 1996 - Joe Musante 1985 - Judy Samaha ALL-NEW ENGLAND COLLEGIATE CONFERENCE First Team 2000 - Jen D’Amato, SS 1999 - Becky Snow, DP 1999 - Carrie Roseman, P 1998 - Jen D’Amato, IF 1998 - Becky Snow, C 1998 - Jenn Petti, OF 1998 - Lisa Olmstead, OF 1998 - Jo-Lynn Cimino, P 1997 - Jo-Lynn Cimino, P 1997 - Jacklyn Kupka, C 1997 - Tammy Hackley, OF 1997 - Betsy Wiaderski, P 1996 - Kerri Kroner, 1B 1996 - Sheryl Aldrich, 2B 1996 - Tammy Hackley, OF 1996 - Betsy Wiaderski, P 1995 - Sheryl Aldrich, 2B

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1995 - Tammy Hackley, OF 1995 - Mona Solano, OF 1995 - Jo-Lynn Cimino, P 1994 - Kerri Kroner, 1B 1994 - Sheryl Aldrich, 2B 1994 - Becky Hall, OF 1994 - Jo-Lynn Cimino, P 1993 - Tina Slie, OF 1992 - Colleen Steinnagel, C 1992 - Lori Miller, P 1992 - Becky Hall, DP 1992 - Tina Slie, OF 1991 - Lori Miller, P 1991 - Missi Pimentel, DP 1991 - Allison Yaeger, OF 1990 - Cathy Garafalo, DH 1990 - Colleen Steinnagel, C 1989 - Colleen Steinnagel, C 1989 - Ann Regan, P 1986 - Kim Schmidt, C 1986 - Kate Whalen, 2B 1985 - Kim Schmidt, C Second Team 2000 - Becky Snow, C 2000 - Christa Gottschalk, OF 1999 - Jill Emond, 1B 1999 - Jen D’Amato, SS 1999 - Jackie Kupka, C 1999 - Jenn Petti, OF 1998 - Carrie Roseman, P 1996 - Janet Snyder, OF 1995 - Kerri Kroner, 1B 1995 - Janet Snyder, DP 1995 - Betsy Wiaderski, P 1993 - Sheryl Aldrich, 1B 1993 - Cathy Garafalo, 2B 1992 - Cathy Garafalo, 2B 1991 - Amy Nettleton, SS 1991 - Tina Slie, OF 1991 - Colleen Steinnagel, C 1990 - Lori Miller, P 1989 - Lorrie Correia, SS 1989 - Wendy Hudson, OF 1989 - Michelle LaFlamme, 3B 1989 - Lori Miller, P 1987 - Beth Kauke, 1B 1987 - Kim Schmidt, C 1987 - Kate Whalen, 2B 1986 - Carolyn Bell, OF 1986 - Lori Fuller, OF 1986 - Terri Stahl, P 1985 - Donna Cweklinsky, P

1992 - Donna Cweklinsky 1994 - Cathy Chu 1998 - Sandra Lautz 2002 - Lori Miller-Buchetto 2004 - Kerr Kroner 2006 - Terri Stahl-Sells 2007 - Jo-Lynn Cimino 2008 - Kim Schmidt 2010 - Joe Musante 2011 - Becky Snow 2011 - Betsy Wiaderski 2016 - Breanne Gleason

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CONNECTICUT SCHOLASTIC AND COLLEGIATE SOFTBALL HALL OF FAME 2008 - Jo-Lynn Cimino UNH ATHLETICS HALL OF FAME 1985 - Gina Paolillo 1986 - Jackie Cipollini 1990 - Stephanie Seymour

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Jessica Medina................................. 2007................................74 Courtney Garland........................... 2011................................71 PITCHING LEADERS Wins......................................................Year............................... No. Breanne Gleason............................. 2010................................37 Breanne Gleason............................. 2009................................31 Lori Miller........................................... 1992................................25 Breanne Gleason............................. 2007................................21 Ann Regan........................................ 1987................................21 Betsy Wiaderski............................... 1995................................20 Jo-Lynn Cimino............................... 1995................................20 Lori Miller........................................... 1991................................20 Micah Stonesifer............................. 2011................................19 Elina Colon........................................ 2004................................18 Innings Pitched................................Year............................... No. Breanne Gleason............................. 2009..........................310.0 Ann Regan........................................ 1987..........................281.0 Breanne Gleason............................. 2010..........................279.2 Breanne Gleason............................. 2007..........................238.0 Kristin Boken.................................... 2002..........................207.1 Lori Miller........................................... 1992..........................206.1 Elina Colon........................................ 2004..........................192.1 Breanne Gleason............................. 2008..........................192.0 Elina Colon........................................ 2005..........................183.2 Betsy Wiaderski............................... 1996..........................182.2

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Runs Batted In..................................Year............................... No. Lindsey Couturier........................... 2013................................51 Nicole Downs................................... 2010................................51 Christina Gelardi............................. 2011................................50 Lindsey Couturier........................... 2014................................48 Alison Yaeger.................................... 1991................................46 Colleen Steinnagel......................... 1992................................39 Lucy Francisco................................. 2013................................38 Christina Gelardi............................. 2013................................38 Runs......................................................Year............................... No. Brooke Fisher................................... 2014................................36 ERA........................................................Year..............................ERA Christina Gelardi............................. 2013................................61 Jackie Kupka..................................... 1997................................35 Lori Miller........................................... 1990............................ 0.67 Chelsea Harold................................ 2011................................51 Elina Colon........................................ 2004............................ 0.73 Chelsea Harold................................ 2010................................45 Walks....................................................Year............................... No. Elina Colon........................................ 2003............................ 0.78 Shannon Angehr............................ 2012................................44 Christina Gelardi............................. 2013................................43 Elina Colon........................................ 2005............................ 0.78 Nicole Downs................................... 2010................................44 Nicole Downs................................... 2010................................28 Lori Miller........................................... 1992............................ 0.80 Christina Gelardi............................. 2010................................44 Meghan Walter................................ 2009................................25 Betsy Wiaderski............................... 1995............................ 0.81 Christina Gelardi............................. 2011................................43 Shannon Angehr............................ 2012................................23 Jo-Lynn Cimino............................... 1996............................ 0.85 Sheryl Aldrich.................................. 1995................................40 Jackie Kupka..................................... 1997................................22 Lori Miller........................................... 1989............................ 0.90 Sheryl Aldrich.................................. 1996................................38 Becky Hall.......................................... 1995................................22 Jo-Lynn Cimino............................... 1995............................ 0.98 Kerri Kroner....................................... 1995................................38 Brooke Fisher................................... 2014................................21 Lori Miller........................................... 1991............................ 1.02 Lisa Ramos........................................ 2005................................37 Meghan Walter................................ 2008................................21 Terri Colaresi..................................... 1995................................37 Jackie Kupka..................................... 1998................................21 Strikeouts...........................................Year............................... No. Doubles...............................................Year............................... No. Christina Gelardi............................. 2011................................20 Breanne Gleason............................. 2010............................. 335 Breanne Gleason............................. 2007................................16 Christina Gelardi............................. 2010................................20 Breanne Gleason............................. 2009............................. 328 Shannon Angehr............................ 2012................................15 Lisa Ramos........................................ 2005................................20 Breanne Gleason............................. 2007............................. 227 Lucy Francisco................................. 2013................................14 Kerri Kroner....................................... 1995................................20 Breanne Gleason............................. 2008............................. 208 Lindsey Couturier........................... 2013................................14 Mona Solano.................................... 1993................................20 Jo-Lynn Cimino............................... 1995............................. 190 Nicole King........................................ 2016............................. 163 Nicole Downs................................... 2009................................13 FIELDING LEADERS Jo-Lynn Cimino............................... 1994............................. 158 Breanne Gleason............................. 2008................................13 Christina Gelardi............................. 2011................................13 Putouts................................................Year............................... No. Nicole King........................................ 2014............................. 153 Sheryl Aldrich.................................. 1995................................13 Jess Spivey........................................ 2012............................. 410 Micah Stonesifer............................. 2011............................. 144 Kerri Kroner....................................... 1994................................13 Jordanna Borska............................. 2008............................. 390 Meg Brown....................................... 2008............................. 141 Jess Spivey........................................ 2014................................12 Lucy Francisco................................. 2011............................. 371 Christina Gelardi............................. 2013................................12 Jess Spivey........................................ 2014............................. 307 Appearances.....................................Year............................... No. Jessica Medina................................. 2009................................12 Brooke Fisher................................... 2014............................. 297 Breanne Gleason............................. 2009................................49 Blair Livingston................................ 2003................................12 Jess Spivey........................................ 2013............................. 295 Breanne Gleason............................. 2010................................48 Kerri Kroner....................................... 1995................................12 Marissa Colby................................... 2016............................. 264 Ann Regan........................................ 1987................................42 Jordanna Borska............................. 2007............................. 264 Breanne Gleason............................. 2007................................41 Triples..................................................Year............................... No. Brooke Fisher................................... 2013............................. 259 Micah Stonesifer............................. 2011................................38 Wendy Hudson................................ 1989.................................. 8 Meghan Walter................................ 2008............................. 242 Nicole King........................................ 2013................................34 Kristin Boken.................................... 2002................................34 Jen Palase.......................................... 2016.................................. 7 Alison Yaeger.................................... 1991.................................. 7 Assists..................................................Year............................... No. Breanne Gleason............................. 2008................................33 Sheryl Aldrichheryl........................ 1994.................................. 6 Brandy Dianno................................. 2012............................. 122 Micah Stonesifer............................. 2013................................32 Amy Nettleton................................. 1991.................................. 6 Lindsey Couturier........................... 2011............................. 119 Elina Colon........................................ 2005................................32 Lorrie Correia................................... 1988.................................. 6 Lindsey Couturier........................... 2012............................. 112 Elina Colon........................................ 2004................................32 Michelle LaFlamme........................ 1989.................................. 6 Christina Gelardi............................. 2011............................. 105 Christina Gelardi............................. 2010.................................. 5 Lindsey Couturier........................... 2014................................99 Tammy Hackley............................... 1996.................................. 5 Julie Devlin....................................... 2014................................84 Alison Yaeger.................................... 1990.................................. 4 Lucy Francisco................................. 2012................................82 Wendy Hudson................................ 1988.................................. 4 Gabby DeLeo................................... 2014................................78 Cathy Garafalo................................. 1990.................................. 4 Carolyn Fruin.................................... 2006................................75 Cathy Garafalo................................. 1991.................................. 4 Julie Devlin....................................... 2016................................74

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Hits........................................................Year............................... No. Chelsea Harold................................ 2011................................82 Christina Gelardi............................. 2013................................67 Tina Slie.............................................. 1992................................65 Christina Gelardi............................. 2011................................64 Shannon Angehr............................ 2012................................63 Tina Slie.............................................. 1991................................61 Kerri Kroner....................................... 1995................................60 Nicole Downs................................... 2009................................60 Colleen Steinnagel......................... 1992................................60 Kerri Kroner....................................... 1996................................59 Kerri Kroner....................................... 1994................................58 Nicole Downs................................... 2008................................58

Home Runs........................................Year............................... No. Lindsey Couturier........................... 2014................................12 Nicole Downs................................... 2010................................12 Brooke Fisher................................... 2014................................10 Breanne Gleason............................. 2010.................................. 9 Christina Gelardi............................. 2013.................................. 7 Lucy Francisco................................. 2012.................................. 7 Nicole Downs................................... 2009.................................. 7 Jackie Kupka..................................... 1998.................................. 7 Jackie Kupka..................................... 1997.................................. 7 Julie Devlin....................................... 2014.................................. 6 Lindsey Couturier........................... 2013.................................. 6 Shannon Angehr............................ 2011.................................. 6 Christina Gelardi............................. 2011.................................. 6 Breanne Gleason............................. 2009.................................. 6 Nicole Downs................................... 2008.................................. 6 Breanne Gleason............................. 2008.................................. 6

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HITTING LEADERS Batting Average...............................Year............................. Avg. Tina Slie.............................................. 1992............................ .500 Christina Gelardi............................. 2013............................ .489 Colleen Steinnagel......................... 1992............................ .480 Kerri Kroner....................................... 1996............................ .454 Chelsea Harold................................ 2011............................ .439 Tina Slie.............................................. 1993............................ .410 Kim Sperry......................................... 1992............................ .409 Sheryl Aldrich.................................. 1996............................ .406 Christina Gelardi............................. 2011............................ .405 Shannon Angehr............................ 2012............................ .401 Kerri Kroner....................................... 1994............................ .400

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HITTING LEADERS At-Bats..................................................No.................................Yrs. Breanne Gleason.............................. 629.......................... 07-10 Lindsey Couturier............................ 625.......................... 11-14 Nicole Downs.................................... 604.......................... 07-10 Brandy Dianno.................................. 583.......................... 11-14 Chelsea Harold................................. 563.......................... 08-11 Meghan Walter................................. 555.......................... 07-10 Brooke Fisher.................................... 539.......................... 11-14 Kerri Kroner........................................ 530.......................... 94-96 Tammy Hackley................................ 514.......................... 94-97 Kim Schmidt...................................... 511.......................... 85-88

Triples...................................................No.................................Yrs. Kim Schmidt........................................14........................... 85-88 Cathy Garafalo....................................12........................... 90-93 Jen Palase.............................................11........................... 13-16 Sheryl Aldrich.....................................11........................... 93-96 Beth Kauke...........................................11........................... 85-88 Alison Yeager.......................................11........................... 90-91 Tammy Hackley..................................10........................... 94-97 Lorrie Correia.......................................9............................. 88-89 Carolyn Bell...........................................8............................. 85-87 Michelle LaFlamme............................8............................. 89-90

Batting Average...............................Avg...............................Yrs. Kerri Kroner.........................................412.......................... 94-96 Christina Gelardi...............................400.......................... 10-13 Tina Slie................................................393.......................... 90-93 Nicole Downs.....................................371.......................... 07-10 Sheryl Aldrich....................................355.......................... 93-96 Colleen Steinnagel...........................355.......................... 89-92 Chelsea Harold..................................352.......................... 08-11 Lorrie Correia.....................................351.......................... 88-89 Alison Yeager......................................338.......................... 90-91 Jen Palase........................................... 337.......................... 13-16

Home Runs.........................................No.................................Yrs. Nicole Downs......................................30........................... 07-10 Breanne Gleason................................26........................... 07-10 Lindsey Couturier..............................24........................... 11-14 Brooke Fisher......................................21........................... 11-14 Jackie Kupka........................................17........................... 97-99 Christina Gelardi................................15........................... 10-13 Jess Spivey...........................................14........................... 12-15 Lucy Francisco....................................14........................... 10-13 Innings Pitched.................................No.................................Yrs. Shannon Angehr...............................13........................... 09-12 Breanne Gleason............................1019.2....................... 07-10 Jessica Medina....................................13......................07-09,11 Lori Miller...........................................703.1........................ 89-92 Elina Colon........................................668.0........................ 03-06 Runs Batted In...................................No.................................Yrs. Jo-Lynn Cimino...............................624.3........................ 94-98 Lindsey Couturier............................ 157.......................... 11-14 Kristin Boken....................................590.1........................ 01-04 Nicole Downs.................................... 124.......................... 07-10 Betsy Wiaderski...............................560.7........................ 94-97 Christina Gelardi.............................. 123.......................... 10-13 Nicole King........................................534.0........................ 13-16 Brooke Fisher.................................... 111.......................... 11-14 Ann Regan........................................530.2........................ 86-89 Breanne Gleason.............................. 110.......................... 07-10 Carrie Roseman...............................460.0........................ 97-00 Becky Hall........................................... 105.......................... 92-95 Kathleen Lawlor..............................458.2........................ 98-01 Tammy Hackley..................................95........................... 94-94 Kerri Kroner..........................................93........................... 94-96 ERA........................................................Avg...............................Yrs. Sheryl Aldrich.....................................91........................... 93-96 Lori Miller ...........................................0.87.......................... 89-92 Jessica Medina....................................90......................07-09,11 Elina Colon.........................................1.08.......................... 03-06 Jo-Lynn Cimino................................1.26.......................... 94-98 Stolen Bases.......................................No.................................Yrs. Betsy Wiaderski................................1.46.......................... 94-97 Chelsea Harold...................................98........................... 08-11 Micah Stonesifer..............................1.63...........................11,13 Jenn Petti..............................................54........................... 97-00 Breanne Gleason..............................1.63.......................... 07-10 Christina Gelardi................................53........................... 10-13 Terri Stahl............................................1.83.......................... 84-87 Tina Slie.................................................52........................... 90-93 Donna Cweklinsky..........................1.83.......................... 82-85 Brandy Dianno....................................46........................... 11-14 Ann Regan.........................................1.87 ........................ 86-89 Jen Palase.............................................34........................... 13-16 Kristin Boken.....................................1.96.......................... 01-04 Kerri Kroner..........................................34........................... 94-96 Becky Hall.............................................33........................... 92-95 Strikeouts............................................No.................................Yrs. Breanne Gleason............................. 1098......................... 07-10 Walks.....................................................No.................................Yrs. Jo-Lynn Cimino................................ 614.......................... 94-98 Christina Gelardi................................87........................... 10-13 Nicole King......................................... 581.......................... 13-16 Meghan Walter...................................76........................... 07-10 Lori Miller............................................ 424.......................... 89-92 Nicole Downs......................................74........................... 07-10 Elina Colon......................................... 419.......................... 03-06 Brooke Fisher......................................58........................... 11-14 Meg Brown........................................ 388.......................... 05-08 Becky Hall.............................................58........................... 92-95 Betsy Wiaderski................................ 367.......................... 94-97 Jackie Kupka........................................56........................... 97-98 Carrie Roseman................................ 312.......................... 97-00 Tammy Hackley..................................55........................... 94-97 Kristin Boken..................................... 291.......................... 01-04 Lynette Garbonola............................54........................... 89-92 Micah Stonesifer.............................. 279...........................11,13 Breanne Gleason................................53........................... 07-10 Mona Solano.......................................50........................... 92-95 Appearances......................................No.................................Yrs. Breanne Gleason.............................. 171.......................... 07-10 FIELDING LEADERS Nicole King......................................... 111.......................... 13-16 Putouts.................................................No................................ Yrs. Jo-Lynn Cimino................................ 111.......................... 94-98 Lynette Garbonola......................... 1418......................... 89-92 Elina Colon......................................... 110.......................... 03-06 Blair Livingston................................ 1381......................... 01-04 Lori Miller............................................ 106.......................... 89-92 Jess Spivey........................................ 1012......................... 12-15 Betsy Wiaderski..................................98........................... 94-97 Brooke Fisher.................................... 930.......................... 11-14 Kristin Boken.......................................97........................... 01-04 Kerri Kroner........................................ 907.......................... 94-96 Kathleen Lawlor.................................89........................... 98-01 Beth Kauke......................................... 883.......................... 85-88 Carrie Roseman..................................86........................... 97-00

Hits.........................................................No.................................Yrs. Nicole Downs.................................... 224.......................... 07-10 Breanne Gleason.............................. 204.......................... 07-10 Lindsey Couturier............................ 200.......................... 11-14 Chelsea Harold................................. 198.......................... 08-11 Christina Gelardi.............................. 190.......................... 10-13 Sheryl Aldrich .................................. 182.......................... 93-96 Tina Slie............................................... 182.......................... 90-93 Kerri Kroner........................................ 177.......................... 94-96 Colleen Steinnagel.......................... 175.......................... 89-92 Tammy Hackley................................ 172.......................... 94-97 Runs.......................................................No.................................Yrs. Christina Gelardi.............................. 151.......................... 10-13 Nicole Downs.................................... 141.......................... 07-10 Chelsea Harold................................. 140.......................... 08-11 Sheryl Aldrich................................... 133.......................... 93-96 Terri Colaresi...................................... 114.......................... 94-97 Tammy Hackley................................ 112.......................... 94-97 Brandy Dianno.................................. 111.......................... 11-14 Kerri Kroner........................................ 105.......................... 94-96 Breanne Gleason.............................. 103.......................... 07-10 Becky Hall.............................................99........................... 92-95 Doubles................................................No.................................Yrs. Breanne Gleason................................48........................... 07-10 Nicole Downs......................................45........................... 07-10 Lindsey Couturier..............................40........................... 11-14 Sheryl Aldrich.....................................40........................... 93-96 Christina Gelardi................................34........................... 10-13 Kerri Kroner..........................................34........................... 94-96 Jess Spivey...........................................31........................... 12-15 Brooke Fisher......................................31........................... 11-14 Lisa Ramos...........................................31........................... 03-06 Kristin Boken.......................................29........................... 01-04

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Assists...................................................No................................ Yrs. Lindsey Couturier............................ 444.......................... 11-14 Shan. Reynolds................................. 421.......................... 01-04 Kate Whalen...................................... 338.......................... 84-87 Stephanie Seymour........................ 318.......................... 80-83 Amy Nettleton.................................. 307.......................... 90-93 Terri Colaresi...................................... 284.......................... 94-97 PITCHING LEADERS Wins.......................................................No.................................Yrs. Breanne Gleason.............................. 106.......................... 07-10 Lori Miller..............................................72........................... 89-92 Jo-Lynn Cimino..................................66........................... 94-98 Betsy Wiaderski..................................57........................... 94-97 Elina Colon...........................................57........................... 03-06 Ann Regan...........................................45........................... 86-89 Nicole King...........................................44........................... 13-16 Kristin Boken.......................................43........................... 01-04 Terri Stahl..............................................37........................... 84-87 Micah Stonesifer................................35............................11,13

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Year Record Pct. 2000......... 8-34-1...... .190 2001..........18-26....... .409 2002........ 18-24-1..... .428 2003........ 26-21-2..... .530 2004..........27-20 ...... .575 2005..........30-17....... .638 2006........ 18-24-1..... .429 2007..........26-19....... .578 2008..........29-21....... .580 2009..........33-18....... .647 2010........... 42-8.........840 2011..........34-19........642

Program Record 41 yrs......931-652-9.... .589

2004............ 1-2 2005............ 1-2 2008............ 4-2.......... 2nd 2009............ 2-2.......... 2nd 2010............ 3-0.......... 2nd 2011............ 0-2 2013............ 2-2.......... 2nd 2014............ 0-2 9 App..........15-18

NCAA East Regional 1995............ 2-2.......... 2nd 1996............ 0-2

NCAA Super Regional 2010............ 1-2 1 App............ 1-2

Year Record Pct. 2012..........29-21....... .580 2013..........38-15.........717 2014..........29-18....... .617 2015........ 16-16-2..... .500 2016..........23-15....... .605

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Year Record Pct. 1988..........20-22....... .476 1989..........30-10....... .750 1990..........21-18....... .538 1991........... 36-8........ .818 1992........... 30-8........ .789 1993..........20-15....... .543 1994..........30-12....... .714 1995........ 40-10-1..... .794 1996..........29-13....... .690 1997.......... 31-14....... .689 1998..........29-15....... .659 1999........ 21-21-1..... .500

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Year Record Pct. 1976............. 2-7......... .222 1977............. 5-5......... .500 1978............ 9-4......... .692 1979............ 4-8......... .333 1980........... 4-17........ .190 1981..........12-15........444 1982..........12-15........444 1983..........14-12....... .538 1984..........11-23....... .323 1985.......... 27-16....... .628 1986..........23-15....... .605 1987..........27-13....... .675

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2017 OUTLOOK

Opponent W L T Saint John’s.............................................................. 0........ 1 Saint Joseph’s (Ind.).............................................. 2........ 2 Saint Leo................................................................... 1........ 0 Saint Mary’s....................................................... ......0........ 1 Saint Michael’s......................................................10........ 0 Saint Rose...............................................................16........ 4 Saint Thomas Aquinas.......................................13........ 4 Saint Thomas - Miami.......................................... 0........ 0.......1 Saint Xavier.............................................................. 0........ 1 Seton Hall................................................................. 3........ 1 Shippensburg......................................................... 1........ 2 Shepard..................................................................... 1........ 0 Sioux Falls................................................................. 1........ 0 SIU-Edwardsville.................................................... 0........ 1 Slippery Rock.......................................................... 2........ 1 Southampton......................................................... 7........ 1 South Dakota.......................................................... 0........ 2 South Dakota State............................................... 1........ 1 Southern Connecticut State............................54......35.......2 Southern Illinois..................................................... 0........ 2 Southern Indiana................................................... 2........ 2 Southern New Hampshire................................31......12 S.W. Minn. State...................................................... 1........ 3 Springfield.............................................................10........ 3 Stonehill.................................................................... 7........ 2 Stony Brook............................................................. 7........ 1 Tennessee Tech...................................................... 0........ 1 Texas Woman’s........................................................ 0........ 1 Truman St................................................................. 0........ 1 Tiffin........................................................................... 0........ 5 Tufts............................................................................ 2........ 0 U.S. Military Acad. (Army)................................... 2........ 3 Vermont.................................................................... 1........ 1 Villanova................................................................... 1........ 0 Wayne State (Mich.).............................................. 2........ 3 West Chester (Pa.).................................................. 1........ 2 Westchester............................................................. 2........ 1 Westminster............................................................ 1........ 0 Western Connecticut State..............................12........ 1 Western Oregon..................................................... 0........ 1 Wheaton................................................................... 1........ 1 William Penn........................................................... 1........ 0 William Woods........................................................ 0........ 1 Wilmington.............................................................. 1........ 1 Wisconsin-Eau Claire............................................ 1........ 0 Wisconsin-Parkside............................................... 1........ 1 West Virginia Wesleyan........................................ 0........ 1 Yale...........................................................................12........ 9

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Opponent W L T Indianapolis............................................................. 0........ 2 Iona............................................................................. 9........ 2 Jamestown............................................................... 1........ 0 Keene State............................................................17........ 6 Kutztown.................................................................. 0........ 1 Lake Superior State............................................... 0........ 1 Lehigh........................................................................ 1........ 2 Le Moyne................................................................14......16 LIU Post (formerly C.W. Post)...........................26......39.......1 Lock Haven.............................................................. 1........ 1 Manhattan............................................................... 0........ 1 Marian........................................................................ 1........ 0 Marist......................................................................... 1........ 0 Marycrest (Iowa).................................................... 1........ 0 UMass Lowell........................................................33......23 Mercy.......................................................................18........ 3 Merrimack..............................................................16......23 Messiah..................................................................... 1........ 1 Minn. Crookston.................................................... 1........ 0 Minn. Duluth........................................................... 2........ 1 Minn. Moorhead.................................................... 4........ 0 Minn. State Mankato............................................ 1........ 2 Minn. State............................................................... 1........ 1 Minot State.............................................................. 0........ 1 Missouri Western................................................... 0........ 1 Molloy......................................................................16........ 8 Nebraska-Omaha.................................................. 2........ 4 New York Tech.......................................................38......15.......1 Niagara...................................................................... 1........ 1 North Dakota.......................................................... 4........ 2 North Kentucky...................................................... 0........ 2 Northwood Tech.................................................... 1........ 0 Nova Southeastern............................................... 1........ 1 Nyack......................................................................... 1........ 0 Oklahoma................................................................. 0........ 1 Pace..........................................................................28......16 Pennsylvania........................................................... 5........ 0 Philadelphia............................................................ 8........ 0 Post (formerly Tekio Post)................................... 5........ 5.......1 Providence............................................................... 2......10 Queens (N.Y.).........................................................20........ 7 Quinnipiac.............................................................19......21 Regis (Colo.)............................................................. 1........ 0 Rider........................................................................... 0........ 1 Rhode Island College........................................... 2........ 3 U. of Rhode Island................................................. 2........ 7 Sacred Heart..........................................................10......24 Saginaw Valley........................................................ 1........ 0 Saint Anselm.........................................................17........ 8 Saint Cloud State................................................... 0........ 4

2017 COACHES

Opponent W L T Abilene Christian................................................... 0........ 1 Adelphi....................................................................29......35 Akron......................................................................... 0........ 1 Albany (N.Y.)............................................................ 5........ 3 Alderson-Broaddus............................................... 1........ 0 American International....................................37.......37 Aquinas College..................................................... 3........ 0 Ashland..................................................................... 2........ 1 Assumption...........................................................20......13 Augustana................................................................ 2........ 1 Aurora........................................................................ 1........ 2 Austin Peay.............................................................. 0........ 1 Barry........................................................................... 2........ 1 Bellarmine................................................................ 1........ 0 Bentley....................................................................24........ 4 Binghamton............................................................ 2........ 3 Bloomsburg............................................................. 0........ 1 Bridgeport..............................................................35......21 Brown........................................................................ 1........ 0 Bryant......................................................................27........ 8 Butler......................................................................... 1........ 2 Caldwell.................................................................... 6......12 California (Pa.)......................................................... 2........ 2 California Baptist................................................... 0........ 2 Cal-State Sacramento.......................................... 0........ 2 Central Connecticut State.................................. 9........ 7 Central Missouri..................................................... 1........ 0 Chicago..................................................................... 0........ 1 Chowan..................................................................... 2........ 0 Concordia (N.Y.)....................................................14........ 1 Dominican............................................................... 6........ 0 Dowling..................................................................28......17.......1 East Stroudsburg................................................... 2........ 2 Eastern Connecticut State.................................. 2......11 Edinboro................................................................... 3........ 0 Fairfield...................................................................10........ 7 Felician...................................................................... 4........ 2 Ferris State............................................................... 0........ 4 Findlay....................................................................... 1........ 1 Florida Southern.................................................... 0........ 3 Franklin Pierce......................................................34........ 4 Georgian Court.....................................................12........ 3 Gettysburg............................................................... 0........ 1 Glassboro State...................................................... 1........ 0 Grand Valley State................................................. 0........ 1 Hartford..................................................................17........ 2 Hillsdale.................................................................... 1........ 0 Holy Family.............................................................. 5........ 2 Indiana (Pa.)............................................................. 1........ 2 Indiana Tech............................................................ 0........ 1

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Steven H. Kaplan, Ph.D., University President Since becoming president of the University of New Haven in 2004, Steven H. Kaplan, Ph.D. has led the University of New Haven through a period of remarkable growth and development. In the past seven years alone, enrollment has grown by 42 percent to more than 6,400 undergraduate and graduate students, who hail from 35 states and some 45 countries. Full-time undergraduate enrollment has grown by 86 percent and applications have increased by 176 percent. During this time, the University has completed over $110 million in construction projects and has launched 17 new academic programs.

of Southern Colorado. Within three years, he was made department chair, serving in that capacity for two years before becoming Director of the Center for International Studies.

UNH now ranks among the top comprehensive universities in the North and boasts nationally ranked programs in a number of majors across business, criminal justice, engineering, forensic science, and the liberal arts and sciences. In recognition of his contributions to transforming the University, Dr. Kaplan was named “Businessman of the Year” by Business New Haven magazine in 2008.

Dr. Kaplan is the author of a book on American translations of the poetry of Rainer Maria Rilke; a book on Tim O’Brien’s fiction, published by the University of South Carolina Press; and an anthology of international war stories, published by the University Press of Colorado. He also has written a number of scholarly essays.

President Kaplan also was awarded the 2011 William M. Burke Presidential Award for Experiential Education by the National Society for Experiential Education. The award recognizes President Kaplan’s efforts to make UNH a national leader in experiential education, requiring every undergraduate student to complete an internship, an academic service learning experience, international study or a faculty-mentored research project before graduation.

Dr. Kaplan also served as dean of Arts and Humanities at SUNY College at Buffalo and as Dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at Butler University. In addition to earning his Ph.D. in Comparative Literature at Eberhard-Karls Universität, Dr. Kaplan holds a Master of Arts degree (with a concentration in philosophy, German and English) from Eberhard-Karls Universität and a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of California at Los Angeles.

Dr. Kaplan and his wife, Anemone Schweizer-Kaplan, are both ardent opera buffs and love to ballroom dance, hike and downhill ski. They share a great love for the visual and performing arts and have traveled to more than 30 countries during their 35 years together, including Tanzania, where they hiked up Mt. Kilimanjaro. They have a son and three daughters.

Dr. Kaplan grew up in Chicago, the son of a shoe store owner and an actresscomedienne. He said his stepfather, Irving Glovin, taught him to love ideas and appreciate the contributions we all need to make to good causes. Irv Previously, Dr. Kaplan was chancellor and professor of English at the Glovin was a good friend of Oskar Schindler, was instrumental in getting the University of Virginia’s College at Wise, the only four-year branch campus story out in book and film form (he was associate producer of the film), and of the University of Virginia and one of the nation’s best public colleges, is President of the Oskar Schindler Humanitarian Foundation. Dr. Kaplan according to U. S. News & World Report. also serves on the board of the Foundation. Dr. Kaplan began his teaching career in 1982 as an Instructor of English at the University of Maryland, European Division. From 1985-1989, he served as Visiting Lecturer in American Studies at Eberhard-Karls Universität, Tübingen, Germany – one of the oldest and most highly regarded universities in Europe. After completing his doctoral studies at EberhardKarls Universität, he returned to the U.S. to teach English at the University

Anemone Schweizer-Kaplan grew up in Southwest Germany. She holds the equivalent of an American M.A. in Secondary Education and taught at a German high school. She is a ceramics artist and taught German and pottery as an adjunct faculty member in Colorado and Virginia.

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2016 REVIEW

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Adelphi University Panthers

Garden City, N.Y.

American International College Yellow Jackets Springfield, Mass.

The Northeast-10 Conference is an NCAA Division II conference that was established in 1979. The conference consists of 15 member institutions located throughout the Northeast in the states of Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York and Vermont. With the addition of women’s golf in 2014-15, the NE-10 now sponsors a total of 24 sports. The institutions that make up the Northeast-10 are Adelphi University (Garden City, N.Y.), American International College (Springfield, Mass.), Assumption College (Worcester, Mass.), Bentley University (Waltham, Mass.), Franklin Pierce University (Rindge, N.H.), Le Moyne College (Syracuse, N.Y.), Merrimack College (North Andover, Mass.), University of New Haven (West Haven, Conn.), Pace University (Pleasantville, N.Y.), Saint Anselm College (Manchester, N.H.), Saint Michael’s College (Colchester, Vt.), The College of Saint Rose (Albany, N.Y.), Southern Connecticut State University (New Haven, Conn.), Southern New Hampshire University (Manchester, N.H.), and Stonehill College (Easton, Mass.).

men’s soccer, women’s soccer, men’s and women’s track and field, and men’s and women’s swimming and diving. The conference is coming off another successful year, collecting four national titles in 2015-16. Two champions from the NE-10 were crowned at the NCAA Indoor Track & Field Championships during the winter season. First it was American International’s Chandler Cotton, Jr., Kemani Hume, Leakey Kipkosgei and Chad Miller claiming the men’s distance medley relay title with a time of 9:48.02. Then Merrimack’s Carly Muscaro won the women’s 400-meter dash title with a time of 52.34 the following night.

Muscaro wasn’t quite finished, however, as she defended her 400-meter dash crown at the NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championship, winning her second individual national championship of 2015-16 by finishing the 400 in 51.32, just .03 seconds shy of the meet record. The very next day, Le Moyne defeated Limestone, 8-4, to win its fifth NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Championship and cap off a perfect The conference’s 15 member institutions are 20-0 season. spread geographically from Syracuse, N.Y. to Waltham, Mass. and from Colchester, Vt. When it came to NCAA postseason selections, to Garden City, N.Y. Many of the members the NE-10 once again had another sensational are located in or around the metropolitan year with 44 teams chosen to participate areas of Albany, Boston, Manchester, New in national tournaments during the year. In Haven, Worcester and New York City. The addition, student-athletes from 32 different Northeast-10 was proud to welcome the New men’s and women’s golf, swimming and Haven and Adelphi in the conference’s latest diving, cross country, and indoor and outdoor expansion, adding to the powerful union of track & field teams competed for national strong academic and athletic institutions. titles. Of those 44 teams earning NCAA bids, In addition, LIU Post (Brookville, N.Y.) is an 14 different Northeast-10 institutions were associate member of the NE-10 in the sports represented. Seven NE-10 teams reached the of field hockey and football. national semifinal round, while three teams played in their respective sport’s national The Nor theast-10 has evolved into a title game. membership committed to competitive athletics programs that emphasize the education, both on and off the field, of more than 6,000 student-athletes. Among the many accomplishments of these institutions are NCAA Division II national championships in women’s basketball, women’s cross country, field hockey, men’s lacrosse, women’s lacrosse,

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Assumption College Greyhounds

Worcester, Mass.

Bentley University Falcons

Waltham, Mass.

Franklin Pierce University Ravens Rindge, N.H.

Le Moyne College Dolphins

Syracuse, N.Y.

Merrimack College Warriors

North Andover, Mass.

University of New Haven Chargers

West Haven, Conn.

Pace University Setters

Pleasantville, N.Y.

Saint Anselm College Hawks

Manchester, N.H.

Saint Michael’s College Purple Knights Colchester, Vt.

The College of Saint Rose Golden Knights Albany, N.Y.

Southern Connecticut State University Owls New Haven, Conn.

Southern New Hampshire University Penmen Manchester, N.H.

Stonehill College Skyhawks

Easton, Mass.

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CHARGER ATHLETICS POSTSEASON SUCCESS Men’s Cross Country NCAA National Qualifiers (2): 1979, 2001 Women’s Cross Country NCAA National Qualifier (1): 2004 Baseball National Finalist (2): 1980, 1989 NCAA World Series (15): 1974, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1995, 1998 NCAA Regionals (28): 1972, 1973, 1974, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1998, 2001, 2003, 2006, 2010, 2013 NAIA World Series (2): 1966, 1970 NAIA Area 8 (5): 1965, 1967, 1969 NAIA District 32 (9): 1963, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971 Men’s Basketball NCAA Regionals (8): 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 2003, 2004, 2013, 2014 NAIA Nationals (3): 1966, 1968, 1969 Women’s Basketball NCAA National Champions (1): 1987 NCAA Quarterfinals (3): 1987, 1988, 2015 NCAA Regionals (9): 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2014, 2015 Football National Finalist (1): 1997 NCAA Semifinals (2): 1992, 1997 NCAA Regionals (6): 1992, 1993, 1995, 1997, 2011, 2012 Men’s Golf NCAA Seventh Place (1): 1970 NCAA Nationals (2): 1970, 2004 NCAA Regionals (3): 1970, 2004, 2005 NCAA Regionals (Individual): 2006, 2007 Men’s Lacrosse NCAA Regionals (2): 1977, 1978 Women’s Lacrosse NCAA Regionals (3): 2009, 2014, 2015, 2016

UNIVERSITY OF NEW HAVEN DEPARTMENT OF ATHLETICS DEPARTMENT OF ATHLETICS MISSION STATEMENT The mission of the department of intercollegiate athletics is to support the mission of the university and to integrate intercollegiate athletics into higher education so that the educational experience of the student-athlete is paramount. The department will provide growth opportunities to achieve in a nationally competitive intercollegiate program that attracts, nurtures and graduates student-athletes who under the guidance of a quality staff, represent the University of New Haven with character and integrity while achieving academic excellence, serving the community and pursuing excellence in their respective sports. DEPARTMENT OF ATHLETICS PHILOSOPHY Higher education has lasting importance on an individual’s future success. For this reason, the emphasis for the student-athlete experience at the University of New Haven is a comprehensive program of learning and development in a personal setting. As an NCAA Division II program, our approach provides growth opportunities through academic achievement, learning in high-level athletic competition and development of positive societal attitudes in service to community. The balance and integration of these different areas of learning opportunity provide our student-athletes a path to graduation while cultivating a variety of skills and knowledge for life ahead. The University of New Haven seeks to provide the world with leaders who can make a positive difference in a global society. Student-athletes are afforded unique opportunities for leadership because of the visibility provided through athletics competition. UNH’s intercollegiate program provides opportunities for its student-athletes to develop moral virtues, such as courage, self-confidence, and integrity and to learn communication and teamwork skills associated with outstanding leadership. Thus the Department of Athletics helps the University satisfy its primary aspiration, which is to prepare students to lead purposeful and fulfilling lives in a global society through experiential, collaborative, and discovery-based learning. The Department of Athletics is committed to delivering intercollegiate athletics programs that are consistent with the University’s mission and generates the trust and support of its various constituencies. The goal of the department is to field sports teams that compete successfully against other NCAA Division II teams while upholding the academic standards of the University of New Haven. The department is also committed to conducting its programs in strict adherence to the policies, rules and regulations set by the University’s administration, Board of Governors, the NCAA and the Northeast-10 Conference. Through its programs, the department gives its student-athletes of different genders, races, religions, national origins and sexual orientation opportunities to participate in intercollegiate competition. The intercollegiate program will function free of discrimination with a University commitment to the adherence to Title IX and the Office of Civil Rights guidelines. A major goal of the Department of Athletics is to help student-athletes realize the full potential of their athletic abilities while also increasing their intellectual capabilities and providing them a meaningful opportunity to earn a baccalaureate degree. The department will not compromise its commitment to educate and graduate its student-athletes.

Men’s Track & Field NCAA National Qualifiers (21): 1975, 1976, 1978, 1980, 1981, 1984, 1985, 1991, 1992, 1995, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2012, 2013, 2015, 2016

Department of Athletics personnel are expected to represent the University in a manner consistent with UNH’s principles and values. All personnel are expected to perform their responsibilities with the highest standards of integrity, ethical behavior and sportsmanship at all times. Coaches and staff are expected to treat student-athletes fairly and with respect and to facilitate leadership that helps them mature physically, intellectually, emotionally and socially.

Women’s Track & Field NCAA Individual National Champions (5): 2011 (5)

DEPARTMENT OF ATHLETICS HIGHLIGHTS • Women’s Basketball won the NCAA Division II National Championship in 1987, becoming the first team from the Northeast Region to win the title. • Women’s track and field has produced arguably the most successful individual student-athlete in Charger athletics history. Shannon Gagne won an unmatched five national championships during the 2010-11 academic year and helped bring the program a fourth place finish at the 2011 NCAA Division II Indoor Track & Field National Championship meet - the highest finish in program history. • The UNH women’s volleyball team has reached the NCAA Sweet 16 twenty times since 1983, and advanced to the NCAA Elite Eight thirteen times. • Baseball has consistently been ranked as one of the winningest Division II programs in NCAA history. Baseball Coach Emeritus Frank “Porky”Vieira retired after the 2006 season as Division II’s all-time winningest coach by percentage, and logged 1,127 career victories. The team has appeared in 17 College World Series and made 33 Regional appearances, including their most recent run in 2013. • Baseball has also produced nine major league players, including former Cy Young winner Steve Bedrosian of the Philadelphia Phillies and First Round Draft Pick Cameron Drew. • The football program has appeared in six NCAA championship playoffs, earning runner-up status in 1997. At the time, the title-game appearance made UNH the only football team in the State of Connecticut to ever compete for a national title and the smallest school (in terms of enrollment) to compete for an NCAA Championship. Most recently, the football program has appeared in the NCAA tournament in both 2011 and 2012. • Tailback Roger Graham won the 1993 Harlon Hill Trophy as the top Division II Football Player in the nation. • Men’s Soccer reached the NCAA finals in 1976 as has appeared in three Final Fours. • Women’s Lacrosse has appeared in the NCAA regional championship four times, most recently in 2016.

NCAA National Qualifiers (7): 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 Men’s Soccer National Finalist (1): 1976 NCAA Semifinals (3): 1976, 1977, 1984 NCAA Regionals (8): 1972, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1981, 1983, 1984 NAIA National Tournament (1): 1970 Women’s Soccer NCAA Regionals: 2005, 2006 Softball NCAA Super Regionals (1): 2010 NCAA Regionals (10): 1995, 1996, 2004, 2005, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2013, 2014 Women’s Volleyball NCAA National Quarterfinals (13): 1984, 1985, 1988, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1999, 2002, 2008, 2012, 2014 NCAA Regionals (31): 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2015, 2016 EAIAW Tournament (2); 1978, 1981


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