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UNLV softball has been my life these past three years. Coming from Hawaii and residing on the island of O'ahu, I knew only one part of the world. Growing and maturing here in Las Vegas has helped me appreciate my life as a person. Life experiences have been learned and have helped me stay positive and move forward each day. The experience of being a student athlete here at UNLV has built my character and given me confidence to face what is yet to come in my life. I am happy to say that UNLV softball has helped me prepare for the real world and I can confidently say, "I'M READY"! A special mahalo (thanks) to all the people who have touched my life and made me smile. I hope that I have Blessed your life as much as you all have Blessed mine. May this school and community continue to touch the young lives of those yet to step foot on this field and campus as a UNLV Rebel. ALOHA!

Through triumph and trials I have learned here at UNLV to continue to embrace all situations. In every circumstance there is opportunity for memories and life experiences. I am grateful to have had the opportunity to continue playing the sport I have loved since I was seven-years-old. This sport has allowed me to receive an education that will permit me to continue on the path to a career that I will truly enjoy. Although the most significant impact UNLV softball has made on me was setting the stage to experience growing in diversity and facing it with confidence and reassurance. Receiving support from my Rebel family allowed perseverance through the pressing times, joy and celebration in success and the creation of memories and friendships that will last a lifetime. As I continue in my life, the circumstances will be forever changing and adversity is a certainty, however I will always carry my experiences here at UNLV in my heart.

#15 Chey Farley #27 Laura Briones I am proud to be among a very special and talented 2010 Senior Class. Every single one of us has our own story and come from different places, but softball has always brought us together. I will truly miss being part of a team and all of the hard work, time and passion we contributed day in and day out. Although my time as a UNLV student-athlete is coming to an end and it is almost time for the real world, I guess it is a good thing that I feel more confident than ever! Playing softball at UNLV has motivated me to become not only a better athlete, but a better person. I will be forever grateful for all of the lifetime friendships I have made with teammates, coaches and administrators. UNLV has truly made a difference in my life and I look forward to giving back to this great University as a proud UNLV Alumni!

It feels like just yesterday I was leaving home for the first time as a young teenager. It's crazy to think that after five quick years, my time here at UNLV is coming to an end. In those years I have grown up in so many different ways and have met some amazing people. My coaches, support staff and teammates have helped to make this experience truly special and one that will stay with me forever. May future Rebels cherish the true meaning behind being a Rebel. Once a Rebel, always a Rebel!

#37 Kendall Fearn

#21 Jaci Hull

UNLV has provided me with a tremendous college experience as a student athlete with opportunities of a life time. The people I have met and been associated with throughout the years including coaches, support staff and teammates are what have made every day at UNLV a blessing. I was able to earn my college degree and work on my masters, all while playing the sport I love most at the highest level. These are chances that athletes dream of and I am proud to acknowledge that I accomplished all of this as a Rebel. There have been moments of adversity, but through them I have mastered toughness, work ethic and leadership skills. These are all irreplaceable for life after softball and I'll forever be thankful for the way I've learned them. Thank you to UNLV and all the remarkable people for this unforgettable college experience. #11 Bri Bernardi

My four years at UNLV have been something like a picture, short sweet and worth a million words. The amazing memories I have made with the girls I've met will forever be cherished. Being a Division I athlete has taught me to work hard and believe in myself. I thank the staff at UNLV, the teammates I have had and my family for making my college experience all of what I hoped it would be. Go Rebs!! #88 Stephanie Bregante

UNLV has been the best experience for me. I have learned a lot about myself and have become a better student, athlete and all around person. I will never forget the memories I have of being a Rebel. I have made so many lifelong friends and if I could I would do it all over again. I am so glad that I have had the opportunity to attend such an amazing place. It has been an experience that I will always cherish. I am very grateful for the coaches and all they have done for me. I don't know where I would be without all of their help! I will always be a UNLV Rebel and I wish all the future Rebels good luck...live in the moment because before you know it‌it's over! GO REBS! #03 Tara Bendt The best years of my life have been spent as a Rebel. I will never forget all the memories with teammates, coaches and friends. I have truly been blessed and will always have a soft spot for UNLV.

Over the past four years, I have learned how to believe and trust in myself, all the while following my passion and love of the game. I have grown immensely as an individual, a student, an athlete, and now a mother. There have been a lot of changes during my time at UNLV both personally and as a student-athlete. These challenges have made me a better person and have shown me that values and work ethic will guide me further on my life's journey. This experience is one of the most memorable and worthwhile that I have undertaken so far. I will always carry with me the teachings and memories of my coaches and teammates. Thank you all for your support!! #30 Alyssia De La Torre

#20 Erica Addison

This collegiate experience truly fills my heart. Without a doubt, my time at UNLV has left me feeling nothing short of blessed! The opportunity to grow as a person, a player and a Rebel has been incredibly rewarding. While parts of my personal journey were unanticipated, each has been instrumental in shaping who I am today. I've learned that we write the script, having the ability to turn even challenging times into gold. Through this University I have been fortunate to feel the impact of many great people and I hope to have left a similar impression on them. Some of the most cherished memories took place on the field - including encouraging, connecting, playing and competing alongside every one of my teammates. Equally important was the great success that was worked so hard to achieve and embracing the cherished student-athlete life. There will never be anything like it! A heartfelt thank you to my coaches over the years that helped to bring the best out of me; my six years of teammates who enhanced every bit of my experience; UNLV staff for their tremendous commitment; and my family whose love and support made this amazing time possible! While I wish I could stay forever, I am eternally grateful to have experienced some of the best and most special years of my life. I will graciously hold this close as I move forward to the exciting future. All my love, always a Rebel! #23 Marissa Nichols


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2010 QUICK FACTS / ROSTER

Quick Facts

UNLV Numerical Roster

General Information Location: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Las Vegas, Nev. Founded: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1957 Enrollment: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28,000 Nickname: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Rebels Colors: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Scarlet & Gray Conference: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Mountain West President: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Dr. Neal Smatresk Director of Athletics: . . . . . . . . . . . .Jim Livengood

## 01 02 03 04 06 07 09 11 12 13 14 15 16 18 20 21 23 24 25 27 28 30 37 88 99

Softball Information Head Coach: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Pete Manarino Alma Mater: . . . . . . . . . .Cal State Fullerton, ‘84 UNLV Record (Years): . . . . . . . . . . . . .31-21 (2nd) Overall Record (Years): . . . . . . . . . .841-529-2 (24) Assistant Coach (Years): . .Panita Thanatharn (2nd) Alma Mater: . . . . . . . . . . .Long Beach State, ’06 Assistant Coach (Years): . . . .Maggie Livreri (2nd) Alma Mater: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .UNLV, ‘06 Vol. Assistant Coach (Years): . . . .Geney Orris (1st) Alma Mater: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .UNLV, ‘02 2009 Overall Record: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31-21 2009 Conference Record / Finish: . . . . .7-8 / T-3rd Final Ranking: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .N/A Letterwinners Returning / Lost: . . . . . . . . . . .17 / 5 Position Starters Ret. / Lost: . . .8 (includes DP) / 1 Pitchers Returning/Lost: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 / 1 Newcomers: . . .8 (includes 3 transfers, 2 redshirts) All-Time Record/Seasons: . . .763-775-2 (.496) / 28 First Season of Softball: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1980 NCAA Tournament Appearances/Last: . . . . .9/2009 NCAA Tournament Record: . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17-20 WCWS Appearances: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 Stadium / Capacity: . . . .Eller Media Stadium / 770 All-Time Record / Years: . . . . .155-102-1 (.603) / 8 Stadium Opened: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2002 Press Box Phone: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .702.895.3954 Softball Office: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .702.895.3916 Softball Fax: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .702.895.3952 Ticket Office: . . . . . . . . . . . .702.739.FANS (3267) Media Relations Softball Contact: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Jeffrey Seals Office: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .702.895.3134 Cell: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .702.683.8050 Fax: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .702.895.0989 E-mail: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .jeff.seals@unlv.edu Address: . . . . . . . . . . . . . .TMC 74, Box 450004 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4505 S. Maryland Parkway . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Las Vegas, NV 89154-0004 Note: Please remember that UNLV (acronym on all athletic references) is home to the Rebels’ softball team. Only the men’s basketball program is referred to as the Runnin’ Rebels. The women’s basketball and women’s tennis programs are the only ones that are referred to as Lady Rebels.

Name Jessica O’Connor Traci Odegard Tara Bendt Amber Petersen Tayler Aleman Ashli Holland Elena Fata Bri Bernardi Samantha Henry Brianna Bolinger Stefani Sanchez Chey Farley Tara Woodall Paige Emerson Erica Addison Jaci Hull Marissa Nichols Kylie Wagner Kelley Schroeder Laura Briones Laura King Alyssia De La Torre Kendall Fearn Stephanie Bregante Korin Cuico

Pos P P OF P 3B 2B 3B C C P 2B OF C OF 3B SS OF P/IF 3B C OF OF 1B P OF

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

HT 5-11 5-9 5-3 5-8 5-8 5-4 5-3 5-3 5-4 5-10 5-4 5-6 5-3 5-5 5-8 5-7 5-8 5-5 5-8 5-8 5-7 5-6 5-10 5-7 5-9

CL Hometown/Last School SO/1L Littleton, Colo./Dakota Ridge HS JR/2L Kirkland, Wash./Juanita HS SR/1L Kearns, Utah/Salt Lake CC SO/1L Twin Falls, Idaho/Twin Falls HS FR/HS Las Vegas, Nev./Sierra Vista HS JR/2L Arvada, Colo./Pomona HS SO/1L Hollister, Calif./San Benito HS SR/3L Flagstaff, Ariz./Flagstaff HS RS-FR/HS Concord, Calif./Carondelet HS SO/TR Yucaipa, Calif./UC Riverside JR/2L Clovis, Calif./Buchanan HS SR/2L Kaneohe, Hawaii/Eastern Arizona College FR/HS Rancho Cucamonga, Calif./Alta Loma HS SO/TR Rocklin, Calif./Pacific SR/1L Anacortes, Wash./Bellevue CC SR/3L Scottsdale, Ariz./Horizon HS SR/3L Diamond Bar, Calif./Diamond Bar HS SO/TR Orange, Calif./Evansville FR/HS Laguna Hills, Calif./Laguna Hills HS SR/3L San Bernardino, Calif./Cajon HS RS-FR/HS Camarillo, Calif./Adolfo Camarillo HS SR/3L Las Vegas, Nev./Las Vegas HS SR/3L Carlsbad, Calif./Carlsbad HS SR/3L Danville, Calif./Monte Vista HS SO/1L Carson, Calif./San Pedro HS

Alphabetical Roster

Class Breakdown

## 20 06 03 11 13 88 27 99 30 18 15 09 37 12 07 21 28 23 01 02 04 14 25 24 16

Seniors Erica Addison Tara Bendt Bri Bernardi Stephanie Bregante Laura Briones Alyssia De La Torre Chey Farley Kendall Fearn Jaci Hull Marissa Nichols

Name Addison, Erica Aleman, Tayler Bendt, Tara Bernardi, Bri Bolinger, Brianna Bregante, Stephanie Briones, Laura Cuico, Korin De La Torre, Alyssia Emerson, Paige Farley, Chey Fata, Elena Fearn, Kendall Henry, Samantha Holland, Ashli Hull, Jaci King, Laura Nichols, Marissa O’Connor, Jessica Odegard, Traci Petersen, Amber Sanchez, Stefani Schroeder, Kelley Wagner, Kylie Woodall, Tara

Juniors Ashli Holland Traci Odegard Stephani Sanchez

Sophomores Brianna Bolinger (TR) Korin Cuico Paige Emerson (TR) Elena Fata Jessica O’Connor Amber Petersen Kylie Wagner (TR) Freshmen Tayler Aleman Samantha Henry (RS) Laura King (RS) Kelley Schroeder Tara Woodall

Pronunciations Bri Bernardi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .bree Brianna Bolinger . . . .bree-ah-nuh BOWL-n--jer Stephanie Bregante . . . . . . . . . . .bruh-gone-tay Laura Briones . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .bree-O-nez Korin Cuico . . . . . . . . . . . . .CORE-n coo-E-co Alyssia De La Torre . . .ah-lee-C-uh day-lah-tore-A

Chey Farley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .shay Elena Fata . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .uh-len-uh FAY-tuh Kendall Fearn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .fern Jaci Hull . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .JACK-e Traci Odegard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .O-duh-gard


TABLE OF CONTENTS

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Introduction Quick Facts / Roster . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Table of Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 Las Vegas Living . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 Eller Media Stadium . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 Academics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 Equipment / ISP Sports & Entertainment Properties . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 Strength & Conditioning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 Athletic Training . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 Only Vegas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10

UNLV Softball

Meet The Rebels 2010 Outlook . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12-13 Head Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14 Assistant Coaches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15 Meet The Rebels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16-33 Rebels in Photos . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34-37

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2009 Review 2009 Review . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38 2009 Statistics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39 2009 Results . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40 2009 MWC Awards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41 2009 MWC Review . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42

History Year-By-Year Statistics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43 Team Records . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44 Single-Game Individual Records / Harrigan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .45 Single-Season Offense . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .46 Career Offense . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .47 Single-Season Pitching . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48 Career Pitching . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .49 Award Winners . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50-51 Letterwinners . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52 All-Time Results . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .53-58 UNLV Athletics Hall of Fame . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .58 All-Time Opponents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .59 Postseason History . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .60

On The Cover The 2010 UNLV Softball Media Guide cover features the team’s four all-conference performers (From LR: Kendall Fearn, Marissa Nichols, Jaci Hull and Ashli Holland). The inside front covers features the 10 seniors and their respective quotes about their experiences at UNLV.

Media Services

The inside back and back cover features the class photos and team photo, as well as, the 2010 schedule.

UNLV Media Relations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .62 Las Vegas Media . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .63 2010 Tournaments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .64-65 Mountain West Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .66-67

This Is UNLV UNLV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .70 President Dr. Neal Smatresk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .71 Director of Athletics Jim Livengood . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .72 Athletics Administration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .73 Athletic Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .74 Lied Athletic Complex . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .75 Athletic Facilities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .76-77 Rebel Rundown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .78 RAF (Rebel Athletic Fund) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .79 UNLV Athletics Hall of Fame . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .80

Credits The 2010 UNLV Softball Media Guide was designed, written, typeset and edited by Jeffrey Seals, UNLV Sports Information Assistant. Assistance provided by Mark Wallington and Bryan Haines of UNLV Sports Information. Principal photography by UNLV Photo Services. Additional photography provided by Steve Spatafore, Brian Albertson, Kendall Fearn, Chey Farley, Elena Fata, Scott Chandler and Amy Lynn (realimages4u.com). Graphics work by Paul Palmer of UNLV Sports Marketing. Printing by MultiAd (Peoria, Ill.).


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LAS VEGAS LIVING

Las Vegas, which celebrated its centennial in 2005, is one of the fastest growing communities in the world.


ELLER MEDIA STADIUM

Since the spring of 2002, the Rebel softball team has called Eller Media Stadium At Jim Rogers Field home. Through eight years of its existence the program has a 155-102-1 (.603) record at Eller Media Stadium. After 19 seasons of playing at the Rebel Softball Diamond in the middle of the UNLV campus, the UNLV community was given a formal introduction to the new stadium on Jan. 26, 2001, with the annual UNLV alumni game. The official debut of the stadium came on Feb. 5, 2002, when the Rebels hosted St. Mary’s (Calif.) College in a doubleheader. For UNLV the unveiling was a joyous one as the university received a new home for its softball team and the squad was victorious with two wins on day one. Plans for the venue were formally announced on March 9, 2000, when the university received $3 million in gifts designated to go toward the stadium and the establishment of a new women’s golf team. The primary donors included Donrey Outdoor (now Eller Media), Jim Rogers, Jerry and Sue Lykins, other UNLV athletic donors and the UNLV Foundation. “Eller Media is very proud to support women’s athletic programs at UNLV,” Sally Tracey, president of the Eller Media Company, said at the announcement of the gift. “This new softball stadium will give the Rebels an outstanding place to host NCAA softball games.” Shortly thereafter, the UNLV Foundation contracted KGA Architects and KBA Construction Company to design and build the stadium. Ground was

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broken on June 7, 2001, in a special ceremony featuring the primary donors and Rebel softball players. Seemingly overnight, a once large and barren plot of dirt was transformed, first into parking lots, then into a foundation and finally into one of the top college softball playing and practice facilities in the country. The stadium which meets and exceeds NCAA requirements, seats 770 people and cost $2.7 million to build. The outfield fences rest at 200 feet down the right and left field lines and 220 feet in center field. Dugouts, bullpens and batting cages for both home and visiting teams provide a self-contained area for either practice or play. Off the field of play, a press/concession building (1,700 square feet) towers over the venue behind the home plate grandstand. The bottom floor houses a full concession area while the second-floor press level can adequately seat up to six writers and two separate radio broadcast teams. “UNLV is very grateful that Eller Media Company, Jim Rogers, and Jerry and Sue Lykins so generously contributed to this important women’s athletic project,” said then-UNLV President Carol Harter. “Their support along with that of the UNLV Foundation will help UNLV meet national gender equity requirements and provide an excellent softball stadium of which we can all be very proud.”


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ACADEMICS Academic All-Conference 2000-Present

Kim Underwood Academic Advisor

UNLV softball turned in another impressive season in the classroom as 12 student-athletes were named to the 2009 Academic All-Mountain West Conference Team. The 12 honorees marked the fourth straight year that 10 or more earned the honor and 10th consecutive year of at least eight making the team. In fact, academic advising has helped produce 110 such honorees since UNLV joined the MWC in 1999. The Rebels had a program-best eight student-athletes (Kara Bendt, Tara Bendt, Brittany Bolinger, Korin Cuico, Jaci Hull, Brittany Meade, Marissa Nichols and Amber Petersen) named MWC Scholar-Athletes for the 2008-09 academic year. Three UNLV softball student-athletes were named to ESPN The Magazine's 2009 Academic All-District Eight Teams. Jaci Hull and Brittany Bolinger were tabbed to the first team, while Marissa Nichols was selected to the second team. It was the second consecutive year that Hull and Bolinger were recognized for this award. Hull was also a first team member in 2008, while Bolinger was on the second squad. It was the first acknowledgement for Nichols. UNLV maintains an academic support system for its student-athletes that is designed to ensure success on and off the fields of play. Academic advisors work with the 17 men’s and women’s sports ensuring student-athletes received personalized care regarding their progress in education.

MWC Scholar-Athletes 2003-Present 2008-09 Kara Bendt Tara Bendt Brittany Bolinger Korin Cuico Jaci Hull Brittany Meade Marissa Nichols Amber Petersen 2007-08 Brittany Bolinger Caitlyn Paus 2006-07 Brittany Bolinger Jaci Hull Caitlyn Paus

2005-06 Brittany Bolinger Jaci Hull Maggie Livreri Becky McDonald Kendall McSwain Caitlyn Paus 2004-05 Pauline Glenn Valerie Keeney Maggie Livreri Brittany Meade Marissa Nichols Caitlyn Paus 2003-04 Bridget Byrne Becky McDonald Lisa Moses Carly Petracco

2009 - MWC Tara Bendt Brittany Bolinger Stephanie Bregante Laura Briones Korin Cuico Chey Farley Elena Fata Kendall Fearn Ashli Holland Jaci Hull Brittany Meade Marissa Nichols 2008 - MWC Brittany Bolinger Stephanie Bregante Laura Briones Jessica DeMatteo Chey Farley Ashli Holland Jaci Hull Brittany Meade Traci Odegard Rosa Ordaz Caitlyn Paus 2007 - MWC Bri Bernardi Brittany Bolinger Stephanie Bregante Laura Briones Kendall Fearn Brittany Freight Jaci Hull Annika Lindberg Brittany Meade Jenn Newman Marissa Nichols Rosa Ordaz Caitlyn Paus Christie Robinson 2006 - MWC Bri Bernardi Brittany Bolinger Brittany Freight Britney Hillyer Jaci Hull Maggie Livreri Becky McDonald Kendall McSwain Brittany Meade Marissa Nichols Rosa Ordaz Caitlyn Paus Christie Robinson Lauren von Holst 2005 - MWC Brittany Freight Pauline Glenn Valerie Keeney Maggie Livreri Brittany Meade

Marissa Nichols Rosa Ordaz Caitlyn Paus 2004 - MWC Morgan Bostwick Bridget Byrne Amber Campbell Kacey Ellis Brittany Freight Pauline Glenn Wendy Godwin Britney Hillyer Becky McDonald Lisa Moses Carly Petracco 2003 - MWC Carrie Bayless Morgan Bostwick Bridget Byrne Kacey Ellis Pauline Glenn Wendy Godwin Bianca Gonzales Joanna Jackson Becky McDonald Lisa Moses Carly Petracco 2002 - MWC Carrie Bayless Bridget Byrne Kacey Ellis Linda Garza Racheal Goodpaster Debbie Hatch Melissa Inouye Lisa Moses Arica Painter Nicole Truax 2001 - MWC Carrie Bayless Bridget Byrne Kacey Ellis Linda Garza Racheal Goodpaster Debbie Hatch Melissa Inouye Lisa Moses Arica Painter Nicole Truax 2000 - MWC Charelle Aislie Danielle Ferreira Linda Garza Racheal Goodpaster Debbie Hatch Melissa Inouye Courtney McCandless Arica Painter Nicole Truax


EQUIPMENT / ISP

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Tausha Smith Assistant Equipment Manager

The Lied Athletic Complex’s 10,000-square-foot, two-sided equipment room gives all 17 UNLV sports the services of an immense facility designed with the student-athlete in mind. In one of the 19 team and staff locker rooms, players and coaches can simply drop off their uniforms at the end of practice or competition. The next day a clean version will be waiting for pickup in personally assigned lockers located in a wall surrounding the equipment room. In the Lied, the softball team has its own designated locker room. The locker room features a couch and lockers for each individual player. The coaches have their own separate locker room, as well.

Nike is the Exclusive Products Supplier and Sponsor of UNLV Athletics.

UNLV ISP Sports And Entertainment Properties Now in its second year as the exclusive multimedia rights holder for UNLV Athletics, ISP -- America’s Home for College Sports -- is regarded as America’s foremost collegiate sports marketing company and brings a national presence to the overall marketing of Rebel athletics. Headquartered in Wi n s t o n - S a l e m , N.C., ISP is also a partner with more than 50 major college athletic programs, conferences, bowl games and venues. Mountain West members BYU and TCU, along with nationally recognized athletic departments such as Auburn, Florida State, Syracuse, Vanderbilt and Wake Forest are part of the ISP family as well.

President and General Manager Wade Howell, who has extensive experience in the sports marketing field and with ISP. Howell joined the company in 1998 and has served on ISP sales teams at Alabama, Georgia Tech, Tulane and Boston College before being selected to direct the new partnership with the Rebels. He is a graduate of Georgia State University where he also earned a master’s in sports administration. A talented and energetic sales team operates under Howell’s direction in the sales and marketing of Rebel sports. Associate GM Steve Moser, a 1989 UNLV graduate, is a proven sales and marketing professional in the Las Vegas area with previous experience with the Las Vega Thunder (hockey) and Las Vegas Stars (baseball) as well as at the university.

Assistant GM Paul Woody joined ISP after serving as the Manager of Business Development at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway. He also holds experience in collegiate athletics having worked in the athletic department at TCU as the Assistant Director of Sports Marketing.He earned his undergraduate degree from Hendrix College and continued his education to earn his Masters of Business Administration and Masters of Sports Administration from Ohio University. Account Executive Erica Lee initially worked for ISP as an intern at UCLA before joining the UNLV property. She is a former captain of the women’s soccer team at Boston University where she received her degree in business administration. To contact ISP Sports office at UNLV, call 702.895.3846.

ISP produces and markets a variety of sponsorship opportunities surrounding UNLV Athletics, including radio play-by-play, advertising in various athletics department publications and on the official athletics department Web site, www.UNLVRebels.com, signage in university athletic facilities, and at-event promotions. Leading the ISP staff at UNLV is Vice

Wade Howell

Steve Moser

Paul Woody

Erica Lee

General Manager

Assoc. General Manager

Asst. General Manager

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STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING Jodi Sabataso Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coordinator

The Lied Athletic Complex and the strength and conditioning program continues to grow in philosophical scope, as well as physical size. The two-level strength facility, the Ernie Becker Sr. Strength & Conditioning Center, includes all new equipment and a plyometric area to best help develop student-athletes. Complete with three offices, two restrooms and a storage area, the 8,500 square-foot deck features free weights, power racks and Olympian platforms. UNLV’s facility houses more than 60 weight stations and Hammer Strength machines. The 1,200 square-foot second level offers stretching and aerobic areas catered to each sport. The room also features a premium sound system to further enhance the workout experience. Just outside the weight room is a newly covered agility drills area which features 3,000 square-foot of artificial turf.

The covered drills area (left) features 3,000 feet of artificial turf.

More than 60 weight stations cover the state-of-the-art flooring inside the Ernie Becker Sr. Strength & Conditioning Center.


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Robin Sales Graduate Intern Athletic Trainer

Harry Sanchez Undergraduate Student Athletic Trainer

The Marilyn & Si Redd Sports Medicine Complex sprawls over an 8,500-square-foot area. Day-to-day preventative medicine on the campus was made easier with the opening of the Marilyn and Si Redd Sports Medicine Complex. The state-ofthe-art operation is a major part of the $8.5 million Lied Athletic facility, which opened in August of 1996. Made possible by a generous gift of $1.5 million by Marilyn and Si Redd, the athletic training facility incorporates the total scope of sports medicine over and 8,500-square-foot area. Aside from five staff offices, a rehabilitation room houses a dozen pieces of equipment including Cybex stationary bicycles, stair machines and treadmills, all under a natural skylight. The largest area features a dozen tables to offer student-athletes various treatments throughout the day. Taping, padding and bracing all take place in another all-inclusive room. Finally, an aquatic therapy room features three above-ground whirlpools surrounding a 10-feet deep pool for rehabilitative exercises.

A skylight welcomes natural light into the rehabilitation room.

All of these features make it possible for UNLV student-athletes to rehabilitate injuries without ever needing to leave the Lied Athletic Complex. Other amenities include a physician’s office and exam room to provide daily medical service for student-athletes. A drug-testing facility also is part of the new complex. This expedites medical care because the student-athletes health care is self-contained. Also, UNLV’s academic program and its student athletic trainers benefit from a sports medicine library, study room and conference facility. “Aside from being four times larger than our former facility,” says Kyle Wilson, UNLV’s Director of Athletic Training. “This is one of the top complexes in the nation because of the versatility it offers to service student-athletes in every area of sports medicine. We’re now more efficient, more accessible and more effective in preventing and rehabilitating athletic injuries.”

An aquatic therapy room includes a rehabilitative pool.


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2010 OUTLOOK

The 2010 UNLV softball season holds much promise following last year’s run to the program’s ninth NCAA Tournament. Head coach Pete Manarino, who was in his first season at UNLV, turned around a ball club that was coming off a losing season in 2008. Manarino not only guided the team to a winning record (31-21), but also to the program’s first postseason appearance since 2005. After 23 years of coaching at Long Beach State and two years of retirement, Manarino brought with him a wealth of softball experience to the corner of Swenson and Harmon to build another winner. In all, 18 of his 24 teams have reached postseason play with five LBSU squads ending their seasons in Oklahoma City at the Women’s College World Series. Last year’s UNLV team was one for the record books. In the first year of an NCAA-mandated 56game regular-season schedule, the offense put up numbers rivaling those from the Rebel greats. The 2009 edition set program-bests in RBI, sluggingand on-base percentages. The team knocked in 260 RBI, which surpassed the 257 by the 1995 team. The squad slugged .466 and owned an on-base percentage of .384, which bested the respective averages of .448 and .370, put up by the ‘95 team. The 2009 group came close to eclipsing three other records, but fell just short. They placed second in batting average (.300), runs (294) and home runs (40). Normally, a new year means change, but in UNLV’s case the old guard returns for one more run. The 2010 Rebel lineup is comprised of 17 returning letterwinners, 10 of which are seniors (Erica Addison, Tara Bendt, Bri Bernardi, Stephanie Bregante, Laura Briones, Alyssia De La Torre, Chey Farley, Kendall Fearn, Jaci Hull and Marissa Nichols).

The 2010 roster lost only two key contributors in Brittany Bolinger and Brittany Meade, who graduated from the Rebel program in 2009, but returns four athletes that are multiple all-conference performers (Fearn, Hull, Nichols and Ashli Holland) and two new transfers (Paige Emerson and Kylie Wagner) that earned all-league honors with their former teams. Statistically speaking, the 2010 Rebels bring back nearly 85% of their offense and 100% of their pitching from last season. Offensively, the squad will be led by eight returning starters. In the circle, upperclassmen Stephanie Bregante and Traci Odegard (junior) return, as does second-year starter Jessica O’Connor. There will be eight fresh faces joining the mix in 2010. A trio of transfers enter their sophomore seasons: Emerson (Pacific), Wagner (Evansville) and Brianna Bolinger (UC Riverside). The final five spots have been filled by three true freshmen Tayler Aleman, Kelley Schroeder and Tara Woodall - while two redshirt freshmen return Samantha Henry and Laura King.

Pitchers The pitching staff will be comprised of five arms. Bregante, O’Connor and Odegard will be joined in the circle by Wagner and sophomore Amber Petersen. Bregante led the team in innings pitched (113.0) and strikeouts (99). She tied for the team lead in wins (11) and starts (18). She fanned 15 batters against Canisius last season, which tied the most strikeouts in a single-game at UNLV. She went 117 in 29 appearances. Odegard, a MWC Pitcher of the Week in 2009, topped the team in ERA (3.58), complete games (seven) and shutouts (three). Overall, she went 9-6 in 25 appearances (15 starts). O’Connor led the staff in appearances (33) and saves (four), while owning a piece of the top spot in wins (11) and starts (18). She finished second in innings pitched (109.2) and strikeouts (74). Overall, she was 11-7 and owned an ERA of 4.09. Wagner was a multi-purpose athlete at Evansville, where she earned Missouri Valley All-Conference Second Team honors. In the circle, she appeared in 30 contests with 20 starts. She won seven games and owned an ERA of 3.31 in 146.0 innings of work. Petersen will see some action in 2010. Petersen went 0-1 in 2009 in seven appearances and one start.

Infielders Jaci Hull

The diamond will be one of the more experienced areas for the Rebels, as they return key players at each position. Hull, Holland and Fearn all return

Ashli Holland for at least their third year at their respective positions, while Elena Fata made 34 starts at third base last season. Addison, Aleman, Sanchez and Schroeder round out those that will see time in the infield. Hull, a three-time all-conference performer, led the Rebels in hits (53), home runs (12), RBI (51), total bases (104) and slugging percentage (.658), while tying for the lead in doubles (11). She finished second on the squad in batting average (.335), runs (38) and triples (two) and was one of four players to start every game last season. Holland, a two-time all-conference honoree, led the Rebels in at-bats (161), while tying for the top spot in doubles (11). She hit .323 with 52 hits (two home runs and two triples). She had 36 RBI and scored 26 runs after getting the starting nod in every contest with 51 coming at second base. Fearn made a triumphant return to the Rebel lineup in 2009 after missing 2008 due to injury. She joined Holland and Hull in all-conference recognition with help from her .326 batting average and 47 hits (10 doubles and seven home runs). She had 34 RBI and scored 22 runs. Fata saw action in 41 contests and hit .255 with 25 hits (three doubles and one home run). She knocked in 14 RBI and scored 17 runs. Addison and Sanchez primarily saw game action off the bench. Addison appeared in 10 games, while Sanchez was in 35. Aleman is a freshman from Las Vegas, who lettered four years at Sierra Vista High School. Schroeder is a freshman from Laguna Hills High School in Laguna Hills, Calif. She lettered four years for the Hawks.

Outfielders The outfield will return players that saw signifi-


2010 OUTLOOK cant action last season. Nichols and De La Torre started at least 45 contests apiece, while Bendt, Farley and Korin Cuico saw significant time in the outfield. Emerson and King join the mix of seven available outfielders. Nichols, a two-time all-conference performer and 2005 Louisville Slugger/NFCA All-America, returns to her customary spot in left field. She led the team in walks (26), stolen bases (six) and game-winning runs (six). She finished second in home runs (10), total bases (89) and slugging percentage (.578). She batted .318 on the year with 49 hits, 20 of which went for extra bases. De La Torre led the team in triples (five) and tied for the lead in doubles (11). She hit .321 on the year with 43 hits, 16 of which went for extra bases (five home runs). She also knocked in 25 RBI and scored 35 runs. Bendt led the team in hitting with her .379 average. She collected 25 hits in 66 at-bats with one double. She scored 13 runs and brought in three RBI, while making 25 starts, 14 of which came in the outfield. Farley started 10 contests last year as the designated player, but saw some playing time in the outfield. She batted .212 with seven hits (two home runs and one double) along with six RBI and scored seven runs. Cuico started nine contests with three coming in the outfield. She hit .200 on the year with five hits, 10 runs and one RBI. Emerson and King are fresh faces to the outfield. King is a redshirt freshman, while Emerson brings with her Big West All-Conference Second Team honors, as an outfielder and as an utility player. She led Pacific in batting average (.338), runs (31), triples (two) and sacrifice hits (12), while finishing highly in all other offensive categories.

Catchers The one position where the Rebels will have their least amount of depth is catcher. Laura Briones returns for her fourth year behind the dish, but will be backed up by two newcomers in Henry and Woodall, with Bernardi missing the year due to injury. Briones saw action 45 contests with 38 via starts in 2009. She batted .243 on the year with 27 hits (four doubles and four home runs) to go with 24 RBI and 19 runs scored. Henry is a redshirt that participated in practice and bullpen sessions in 2009 and should see some playing time this year. Woodall comes to UNLV from Alta Loma High School in Rancho Cucamonga, Calif., where she was a four-year letterwinner for the Braves.

2010 Schedule The Rebels have 53 games scheduled and will take part in seven tournaments, three of which they will host. Three of the four road tournaments will be played in the state of California, while the seventh will take place in Utah. In all, the schedule is loaded with 15 squads that made the 2009 NCAA Tournament. Five of those 15 played in the super regionals with two (Michigan and Arizona State) earning trips to the Women's College World Series in Oklahoma City, Okla. UNLV will start the season with back-to-back home tournaments. It all begins in Las Vegas with the Sportco Kick-Off Classic on Feb. 12-14 at Eller Media Stadium. The Rebels welcome Illinois, Cal State Bakersfield, UC Davis, Loyola Marymount and Long Beach State to town. UNLV stays home for its annual Louisville Slugger Desert Classic on Feb. 18-21, which will be held at Eller Media Stadium and Stephanie Lynn Craig Park. The Desert Classic will have a total of 16 teams participating in the four-day event. After playing 10 games at home to begin the season, UNLV will hit the road for its sixth trip to the Cathedral City Classic (Feb. 25-28). The Rebels are one of 30 teams making their way to Cathedral City, Calif., which is near Palm Springs. They will face the likes of Cal Poly, Texas A&M, Fordham, Stanford and Long Island. UNLV returns home for its final home tournament, the Eller Media Stadium Classic, on March 5-7. California, New Mexico State, Portland State, Southern Utah and Weber State join UNLV in the six-team field.

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Prior to embarking on consecutive trips to California, UNLV will host Southern Utah in a doubleheader on March 10. Following the SUU double dip, the Rebels become road warriors with

Marissa Nichols their next 15 games played away from the friendly confines of Eller Media Stadium. The team will make three straight trips to the Golden State with stops at the Long Beach State Invitational (March 12-14), Cal State Fullerton's Judi Garman Classic (March 17-21) and a single contest at Loyola Marymount (March 26) followed by a doubleheader at UCLA (March 27). The team stays on the road for three at the BYU Round Robin (April 2-3) to be held in St. George, Utah. UNLV will play a pair against Idaho State and one vs. Cal State Bakersfield. The Rebels return home for five straight contests spread out over a 12-day stretch. The first four games of the quintet are against Mountain West Conference foes. Colorado State kicks off league play with a game on April 9 followed immediately by two single games against New Mexico on April 10-11. San Diego State comes to town on April 17 to wrap up the first two weeks of conference action. UMKC (Missouri-Kansas City) closes out the set on April 20. After the five at home, the team turns around and plays five on the road with trips to BYU (April 22), Utah (April 23-24) and San Diego State (May 1-2). The Rebels come back to Las Vegas to host their final three games of the season May 6-8. Utah comes in on the 6th, while BYU visits on the 7th and 8th. Trips to New Mexico (May 13) and Colorado State (May 14 and 15) wrap up the 2010 regular season.


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HEAD COACH Pete Manarino Head Coach Overall Record: 874-529-2 (.623), 24 Years UNLV Record: 31-21 (.596), Second Year Cal State Fullerton, 1984

Former Long Beach State softball head coach Pete Manarino was named the fifth head coach in UNLV softball program history on Sept. 5, 2008, as announced by then-Director of Athletics Mike Hamrick.

In Manarino's final four years at “The Beach” his teams made four straight NCAA Regional appearances and won two Big West championships.

Manarino immediately brought success to UNLV, as he guided the Rebels to a 31-21 overall record and helped the program to its ninth trip to the NCAA Tournament. The 2009 squad became one of the most productive in school history, as it set new marks in RBI, slugging and on-base percentages and finished second in batting average, runs and home runs. The Rebels had four players (Kendall Fearn, Ashli Holland, Jaci Hull and Marissa Nichols) named to the Mountain West All-Conference Team.

Manarino retired from Long Beach State in 2006 as the most successful coach in the university's history. When he broke the 800-win barrier in 2005, he was just one of 19 coaches to do so. His 843 wins are more than any other current or former coach in 49er history.

Besides the on-field accomplishments, 12 student-athletes earned academic all-conference honors. Eight, a program-best, were named MWC Scholar-Athletes. "Pete is an experienced coach that has proven he can win and has proven he can take a program to the highest level of college softball,” said Hamrick in 2008. “It is a great addition to an already outstanding coaching staff here at UNLV." Manarino came to Las Vegas after spending 23 seasons at Long Beach State (1984-2006), where he built the 49er softball program into a perennial power. After being named the third head coach in LBSU softball history in 1984, he amassed a 843-508-2 (.624) career record and guided his team to five NCAA Women's College World Series appearances and 17 NCAA Regionals. At LBSU, Manarino coached eight conference pitchers of the year and one player of the year. Overall, the 49ers had 30 first team all-conference honorees and 88 all-conference selections. Besides the conference recognition, three of his student-athletes earned All-America honors and 32 were named all-region. In the classroom, 95 percent of his student-athletes graduated, while eight were named scholastic or academic All-America. Besides the awards garnered by his student-athletes, Manarino and his staff were recognized for their efforts, as well. In 2004, the softball program earned the NCAA's Regional Coach and Staff of the Year award. In 1986, he was named the Pacific Coast Athletic Association's Coach of the Year and the Western Regional Coach of the Year. The Big West Conference named him Coach of the Year on four occasions (1997, 1999, 2003 and 2004). LBSU's best run came in the early 1990s, when the 49ers went to four straight Women's College World Series (1990-1993) and tallied a .631 winning percentage (173101). From 1986-1990, the team set the school record for victories four times. The 1986 squad began the accomplishment with 39 wins before being topped by 46 in 1998. The 1990 team set the benchmark for 14 years with its 48 victories before being trumped by a 51-13 record in 2004.

Manarino has been active in community service as well. He has helped arrange Special Olympics of Orange County events since 2006 and has participated in therapeutic educational activities in conjunction with the Child Life Program at Miller's Children Hospital of Long Beach. He is an active member of the Long Beach Baseball and Softball Hall of Fame Committee (2005present) and he was on the Louisville Slugger Advisory Staff from 1993-2006. He served on the Board of Directors Cities and School from 1993-2000 and he has been a member of the California Association for High School Athletic Directors twice (1978-1983 and 2006present). He has also been a member of the San Juan Capistrano Chamber of Commerce since 2006.

been recognized by the McDonald’s Hall of Fame (2007, city of Lakewood), Long Beach Century Club Hall of Fame (2006), City of Long Beach Softball Hall of Fame (2004) and the Catholic Youth Organization Hall of Fame (1999). Manarino is married to the former Cheryl DeLoach, and the couple has two children, Kristen and Nick. The couple resides in Henderson, Nev.

Manarino is a member of five different hall of fames. Most recently, he was inducted into the Long Beach State Hall of Fame in October of 2009. He has also

Year 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2009 Totals

School Long Beach State Long Beach State Long Beach State Long Beach State Long Beach State Long Beach State Long Beach State Long Beach State Long Beach State Long Beach State Long Beach State Long Beach State Long Beach State Long Beach State Long Beach State Long Beach State Long Beach State Long Beach State Long Beach State Long Beach State Long Beach State Long Beach State Long Beach State UNLV 24 Years

Overall 27-23-1 (.540) 25-19-0 (.568) 39-18-0 (.684) 34-20-0 (.630) 46-17-0 (.730) 36-23-0 (.610) 48-19-0 (.716) 40-29-0 (.580) 40-32-0 (.556) 45-21-0 (.682) 30-28-0 (.517) 32-31-0 (.508) 36-22-0 (.621) 44-20-1 (.685) 39-20-0 (.661) 34-21-0 (.618) 38-23-0 (.623) 24-29-0 .(453) 35-23-0 (.603) 30-19-0 (.612) 51-13-0 (.797) 39-16-0 (.709) 31-22-0 (.585) 31-21-0 (.596) 874-529-2 (.623)

Manarino File Conf. (Fin.) Postseason 4-6 (4th WCAA) N/A 6-6 (3rd WCAA) N/A 18-9 (2nd PCAA) WCWS 25-11 (3rd PCAA) Regionals 25-11 (3rd PCAA) Regionals 22-14 (4th Big West) Regionals 28-8 (2nd Big West) WCWS 17-19 (5th Big West) WCWS 18-18 (6th Big West) WCWS 21-11 (4th Big West) WCWS 15-17 (4th Big West) N/A 13-17 (5th Big West) N/A 23-9 (1st Big West) Regionals 23-9 (1st Big West) Regionals 19-13 (3rd Big West) Regionals 17-7 (1st Big West) Regionals 17-7 (2nd Big West) Regionals 12-9 (4th Big West) N/A 13-11 (3rd Big West) N/A 17-3 (2nd Big West) Regionals 18-3 (1st Big West) Regionals 19-2 (1st Big West) Regionals 13-5 (2nd Big West) Regionals 7-8 (3rd Mountain West) Regionals 410-233-0 18 Appearances


ASSISTANT COACHES Panita Thanatharn

Maggie Livreri

Second Year at UNLV Long Beach State, 2006

Second Year at UNLV UNLV, 2006

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Panita Thanatharn enters her second year at UNLV after spending the previous seven years at Long Beach State, as either a student-athlete or coach. Thanatharn primarily works with outfielders and hitters and serves as the program’s recruiting coordinator.

Maggie Livreri enters her second year as an assistant coach at UNLV. She spent the 2007 and 2008 as a volunteer assistant coach for the Rebels after playing her final two years of intercollegiate softball at UNLV (2005-06). She primarily works with infielders, catchers and hitters.

Thanatharn joined the LBSU staff in 2008 as the Director of Operations. She handled administrative duties, as well as, helped with coaching during Tairia Flowers' absence from the team due to her Olympic and Team USA duties.

Livreri came to UNLV for her junior and senior seasons after playing at Colorado State University-Pueblo. She left her mark in the UNLV record books, as she finished ranked ninth in career RBI (75) and eighth in career walks (60). In the single-season record book, she was tied for 10th for most games played with 63 in 2005, eighth in doubles with 12 in 2006, eighth in RBI with 38 in 2006 and fourth in walks with 31 in 2006.

Thanatharn had a long run with the LBSU program as a player, coming to the 49ers during the 2002 season, when she played in 42 games and hit .237 as a freshman. Starting out hot in the 2003 season, she had 10 hits in 19 at-bats before a season-ending injury, which kept her out of the lineup for all of that year as well as 2004. Returning in 2005, Thanatharn played in 47 games over the next two years before becoming the starting third baseman as a senior, when she earned All-Big West honors after starting all 53 games and hitting .291 while driving in 20 runs. Winner of LBSU’s Todd Hart Courage Award for her comeback from injury, Thanatharn was also an outstanding student, earning Academic All-Big West honors three times and numerous 49er Academic All-Star Awards. Additionally, she was a finalist for the Lowe's CLASS award, given to one senior softball player nationally that best defined a complete student-athlete. She graduated with an undergraduate degrees in exercise science and sport psychology & coaching in 2006 and her master’s in kinesiology-sport management in 2008, both from Long Beach State.

She was selected to the Mountain West Conference’s All-Tournament and AllConference Teams in 2005, while earning the league’s player of the week honor on April 19, 2005. After her career at UNLV, she played one season in the Italian Professional League for Nuoro. She is a graduate of Centennial High School in Las Vegas, Nev., and remains a resident of the city. Livreri earned her undergraduate degree in university studies (2006) and her master’s in higher education leadership (2008).

Geney Orris-Bowman First Year at UNLV UNLV, 2002

Geney Orris-Bowman enters her first year as a volunteer assistant coach at UNLV. Orris-Bowman is no stranger to the Rebel program, as she played at UNLV from 1999-2002. During her senior season (2002), she was recognized as an NFCA All-American and All-West Region, Mountain West Conference Player of the Year and AllMWC. She was twice named the MWC Player of the Week in 2002 and earned the Pitcher of the Week nod once each in 2000 and 2001.

UNLV Softball Coaching Staff

She left her mark in the UNLV record book not only as a pitcher, but also as a hitter. In the circle, she finished third in strikeouts (364); fourth in appearances (124) and saves (four); fifth in innings pitched (557.0); sixth in wins (31); eighth in starts (59) and shutouts (six). In the batter’s box, she ranked third in home runs (32); fourth in walks (64); fifth in doubles (32), RBI (118), total bases (297) and slugging (.498); sixth in runs (83) and 10th in hits (167). After UNLV, she played the summer of 2002 in Europe. Following her stint in Europe, she moved back to Las Vegas and began coaching the Lil’ Rebels 12U team. She led the squad to two state championships. She resumed her playing career in 2004 with the Sacramento Sunbirds. After the birth of her second son, Donovan, in 2008, she returned to the diamond coaching the Lil’ Rebels and volunteering at Silverado High School. Orris-Bowman is married to Douglas Bowman and the couple has two children, Lexington and Donovan.


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MEET THE REBELS Erica Addison

Tara Bendt

5-8 ~ Senior ~ Infielder Anacortes, Wash. Bellevue CC Anacortes HS

5-3 ~ Senior ~ Outfielder Kearns, Utah Salt Lake CC Kearns HS

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2007/2008: Bellevue - Helped BCC to an 83-18 combined record in her two years playing for the Bulldogs ... In 2008, the team went 45-6 and finished first in its league, while going 38-12 for a second-place finish in 2007 ... After leading the team with her .470 batting average, 12 home runs and 61 RBI, she was named the 2008 NWAACC North Division Player of the Year and earned NWAACC All-America status ... Earned back-to-back North Division First Team honors. High School: A 2006 graduate of Anacortes HS in Anacortes, Wash. ... Lettered four years in softball and three in basketball ... Helped the Seahawks softball team to a second-place finish in districts and fifth-place showing in state competition ... In 2004, the basketball team finished as Co-Northwest League champion ... Earned Northwest League First Team honors in softball in 2005 and 2006, while being named to the second team in 2004 ... Named to the 2004 All-Area Skagit County Team ... Played ASA travel ball, most recently with the WA Sidewinders Gold. Personal: Erica Laine Addison was born on Aug. 29, 1988, in Van Nuys, Calif. ... The daughter of Eric and Julia Addison ... Has one brother, Cody ‌ Majoring in communications.

Career Statistics: Addison YR AVG GP-GS AB 09 .077 10-5 13

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UNLV: Transferred to UNLV after playing two years at Salt Lake Community College (2007 and 2008) ... A one-time Mountain West Academic AllConference Team member, also earned the scholar-athlete award once. 2009: Started 25 of 37 contests played in with 14 starts in the outfield and 11 as the designated player ... Led the team in batting average (.379) ... Had 25 hits (one double), three RBI and 13 runs ... Had five multiple-hit games with two hits in each ... Had one multiple-run game with two runs scored against Dartmouth (March 20) ... Had an eight-game hitting streak that began against Texas Tech (Feb. 6) and included a .500 batting average, 11 hits, six runs and two RBI ... Had one game-winning hit, a one-run single against Sacramento State (March 13) ... Had one game-winning run scored against UC Santa Barbara (March 7) ... Walked eight times with one multiple-walk game against San Jose State (March 14). 2007/2008: Salt Lake - Helped SLCC to a 79-28-3 combined record and a 60-18 mark in Scenic West Athletic Conference (SWAC) play over her two years played for the Bruins ... Helped the Bruins to back-to-back SWAC regular-season titles and a fourth place (2007) and second place (2008) finish in the Region 18 Tournament ... Helped SLCC to a #5 ranking in the 2008 NJCAA polls ... Named to the 2008 NJCAA All-America Second Team and the Easton All-America Third Team ... Selected the 2008 SWAC Player of the Year, while earning first team honors ... Chosen to the 2008 Region 18 First Team and All-Tournament Team ... Named a 2007 All-Region Second Team member ... Earned back-to-back Academic All-Region honors, while obtaining Academic All-American and Distinguished All-American honors in 2008 ... Started and played in all 105 contests at SLCC ... Held a .411 batting average with 132 hits (two triples and 13 doubles) ... Had 43 RBI and scored 96 runs ... Stole 38 bases. High School: A 2006 graduate of Kearns HS in Kearns, Utah ... Helped the Cougars to three straight runner-up finishes in 5A Region 3 and one thirdplace showing ... Earned all-state first team honors twice (2005 and 2006) and second team once (2004) ... Chosen all-region first team three times and second team once (2003) ... Ranks in the Utah state record book for career hits, doubles in a season and career, singles in a season and batting average in a season ... Tied the state record for hits in a game with five ‌ Played ASA travel ball, most recently with the UT Thunderbirds. Personal: Tara Ann Bendt was born March 28, 1988, in Rapid City, S.D. ... The daughter of Michael and Shellie Bendt ... Has two sisters, Kara (twin) and Sara ... Kara plays softball at Southern Utah ... Majoring in communications.


MEET THE REBELS Bri Bernardi 5-3 ~ Senior ~ Catcher ~ Flagstaff, Ariz. Flagstaff HS

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Career Statistics YR AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB BB HBP SO 09 .156 14-14 32 7 5 1 0 0 3 6 2 0 8 07 .268 59-51 127 13 34 5 0 5 17 54 10 3 29 06 .203 44-30 79 11 16 2 0 3 6 27 7 0 21 .231 117-95 238 31 55 8 0 8 26 87 19 3 58 UNLV: Will redshirt the 2010 season due to injury ... A two-time Academic All-Mountain West Conference Team member ... Tied the UNLV record for most home runs in a single game with two against Arizona State (G2-April 24, 2007). 2009: Started all 14 contests played in with all coming behind the plate ... Batted for a .156 average and collected five hits (one double) ... Had three RBI and scored seven runs ... Had one multiple-hit game with two singles against Dartmouth (March 20) ... Had one multipleRBI game with two against Dartmouth (March 20) ... Hit a double against Illinois-Chicago (Feb. 6) ... Knocked in the game-winning run against San Jose State (March 14). 2008: Sat out 2008 due to injury. 2007: Started 51 of 59 contests played in with 49 coming behind the plate and two as the designated player ... Batted for a .268 average and collected 34 hits (five home runs and five doubles) ... Had 17 RBI and scored 13 runs ... Had a team-best 12 sacrifice bunts ... Had nine multiple-hit games, which included two three-hit games: Virginia (Feb. 22) and DePaul (March 2) ... Had six multiple-RBI games, which included a four-RBI effort against Arizona State (G2-April 24) ... Had three multiple-run games scoring twice against each Delaware State (G2-March 5), Southern Utah (G1-April 18) and Arizona State (G2-April 24) ... Hit two home runs against Arizona State (G2-April 24) ... Had two doubles against San Diego State (April 22) ... Notched first career stolen base against DePaul (March 2) ... Had one gamewinning hit, a two-run single against BYU (April 7) ... Scored the game-winning run against New Mexico (G1-April 29). 2006: Started 30 of 44 contests played in with 25 in left field and five in right field ... After playing in 13 games, received first start against UCLA on March 2 ... Batted for a .203 average with 16 hits (three home runs and two doubles) ... Had six RBI and scored 11 runs ... Hit first career home run in a win over Missouri (March 27) ... Had four multiple-hit games, with two hits against each: BYU (G1-March 30), Utah (G1-March 31), Utah (G2-May 5) and Colorado State (May 11) ... Had two multiple-RBI games: Missouri (G2-March 27) and Utah (G1-March 31) ... Recorded the game-winning hit and game-winning run with a solo home run in the MWC Tournament against Colorado State (May 11) ... Notched first career hit against Longwood (March 8). High School: A 2005 graduate of Flagstaff HS ... Played catcher all four years in high school, three at Hart HS (Newhall, Calif.) and one at Flagstaff HS ... While playing at FHS, the Eagles finished first in the Grand Canyon Region in 2005 ... Named the Grand Canyon Region's Player of the Year and the Flagstaff Player of the Year, as well as, the MVP of the Wickenburg Tournament and won the Tough Eagle Award ... In 2004, won the Big Stick Award, while leading the team in home runs, RBI and on-base percentage and was named to the Santa Clarita Valley and All-Daily News teams ... In 2003, selected honorable mention in the Foothill League, MVP of the High Desert Classic and to the Hart High Classic Team ... Played ASA travel ball with the Arizona Storm 18U Gold team. Personal: Briana R. Bernardi was born March 6, 1987, in Tucson, Ariz. ... The daughter of Gary and Leigh Bernardi ... Has an older sister, Marina and a twin brother, Joe ... Joe plays football at Fresno State ... Her father is an assistant football coach at San Jose State ... Has interned the last two years with the Maaco Bowl Las Vegas ... Graduated in 2009 with an undergraduate degree in university studies, currently working on master's in sports education leadership.


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Stephanie Bregante 5-7 ~ Senior ~ Pitcher ~ Danville, Calif. Monte Vista HS

Career Statistics YR 09 08 07

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W-L APP GS CG SV IP H R ER BB 11-7 29 18 6 0 113.0 121 76 65 61 12-16 46 31 19 3 203.2 230 122 105 70 12-10 38 17 2 0 116.1 108 68 58 50 35-33 113 66 27 3 433.0 459 266 228 181

UNLV: A two-time Mountain West Conference Pitcher of the Week ... A three-time academic all-conference member ... Enters senior year ranked highly in UNLV’s career record book ... Ranks fourth overall in strikeouts (391); seventh in wins (35) and appearances (113); eighth in starts (66); ninth in innings pitched (433.0); and 10th in winning percentage (.515), shutouts (five) and saves (three) ... Tied the UNLV record for the most strikeouts in a single game with 15 K’s against Canisius (March 13, 2009). 2009: Led the pitching staff in innings pitched (113.0) and strikeouts (99), while tying for the lead in wins (11) and starts (18) ... Finished second in ERA (4.03), appearances (29), complete games (six) and shutouts (two) ... Had an overall record of 11-7 ... Struck out five or more batters in a game on nine occasions and at least one batter in 25 appearances ... Tied a UNLV record with 15 strikeouts in a game against Canisius (March 13) ... Allowed 121 hits and 76 runs (65 earned) ... Walked 61 ... Threw at least five innings in 10 starts. 2008: Named the Mountain West Pitcher of the Week on Feb. 12 ... Led the pitching staff in ERA (3.61), appearances (46), starts (31), complete games (19), innings pitched (203.2) and strikeouts (162) ... Had an overall record of 12-16 ... Struck out five or more batters in a game on 16 occasions and struck out at least one batter in 38 appearances ... Struck out 10 or more batters twice: 13 against Hawai'i (March 1) and 10 against Illinois (Feb. 15) ... Allowed 230 hits and 122 runs (105 earned) ... Walked 70 ... Threw at least five innings in 24 starts. 2007: Named the Mountain West Pitcher of the Week on April 10 ... Led the pitching staff in strikeouts (130), while tying for the lead in shutouts (two) ... Finished second in wins (12) ... Had an ERA of 3.49 and an overall record of 12-10 in 116.1 innings of work ... Tossed two complete-game shutouts against Maryland (Feb. 25) and Sacramento State (March 24) ... Struck out at least five batters on 10 occasions and at least one batter in 37 appearances ... Struck out nine batters twice: Maryland (Feb. 25) and BYU (April 6) ... Allowed 108 hits and 68 runs (58 earned) ... Notched first career win in four innings of relief against IllinoisChicago (Feb. 11) ... Won three straight contests to take MWC Player of the Week, two of which came in relief. High School: A 2006 graduate of Monte Vista HS in Danville, Calif. ... Pitched four years for the Mustangs and help propel the squad to three straight winning records ... In 2006, helped the team to an 18-5 record and a second-place finish in the East Bay Athletic League (EBAL), en route to the North Coast Section (NCS) Tournament ... In 2005, the team went 21-4 and won the EBAL Championship and participated in the NCS Tournament, while being named to the EBAL All-League First Team and MVP ... Named the Cal-High Sports North Coast Section Softball Player of the Year ... In 2004, helped the team to its first NCS Tournament appearance and an overall record of 19-3 ... In 2003, the team went 7-11 and won its first two league games after four years of not winning any ... At various times chosen the Athlete of the Week in the Tri-Valley Herald, San Ramon Valley Times and San Francisco Chronicle ... Selected as a three-year North Coast Section Scholar-Athlete ... Played ASA travel ball with the Sorcerer Gold in 2006, West Bay Nuggets Gold in 2005 and the Grapettes Gold in 2004. Personal: Stephanie Suzanne Bregante was born Jan. 13, 1988, in San Francisco, Calif. ... The daughter of Joe and Robin Bregante ... Has one brother, Joey ... Majoring in university studies.

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MEET THE REBELS Laura Briones 5-8 ~ Senior ~ Catcher ~ San Bernardino, Calif. Cajon HS

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Career Statistics YR AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB 09 .243 45-38 111 19 27 4 0 4 24 43 08 .298 64-62 171 22 51 10 0 2 25 67 07 .184 31-12 38 6 7 1 0 2 5 14 .266 140-112 320 47 85 15 0 8 54 124

BB HBP SO 10 1 27 14 2 34 3 2 10 27 5 71

UNLV: A three-time Academic All-Mountain West Conference Team member. 2009: Started 38 of 45 contests played in with all 38 starts coming at catcher ... Batted for a .243 average with 27 hits (four home runs and four doubles) ... Had 24 RBI and scored 19 runs ... Hit home runs against Marshall (Feb. 6), Colorado State (April 12), Utah (April 16) and New Mexico (April 26) ... Had three multiple-hit games with two hits on three occasions: Colorado State (April 12), New Mexico (April 26) and Utah (May 2) ... Had seven multipleRBI games, which included a pair of three-RBI efforts: Utah (April 16) and Utah (May 2) ... Had one multiple-run game with two scores against New Mexico (April 26) ... Had an eightgame hitting streak that began against Florida Atlantic (Feb. 27) that included a .320 batting average, eight hits (two doubles), five RBI and six runs ... Closed out the season on a fivegame hitting streak that began against Utah (May 1) that included a .352 batting average, six hits (one double), four RBI and two runs ... Had two game-winning hits: sacrifice fly against Cal Poly (Feb. 22) and a one-run double against Florida Atlantic (Feb. 27) ... Scored the game-winning runs on three occasions ... Walked 10 times, which included one multiple-walk game with two against Georgia Tech (Feb. 20). 2008: Started 62 of 64 contests played in with all 62 starts coming at catcher ... Batted for a .298 average with 51 hits (two home runs and 10 doubles) ... Had 25 RBI and scored 22 runs ... Hit home runs against Utah Valley (G1-March 14) and New Mexico - grand slam (G2March 2) ... Hit two of her 10 doubles against Bradley (Feb. 15) ... Had eight multiple-hit games, which included three hits on three occasions: Texas Tech (Feb. 8), Seton Hall (Feb. 18) and Colorado State (May 4) ... Had five multiple-RBI games, which included two fourRBI efforts: Bradley (Feb. 15) and New Mexico (G2-May 2) ... Had three multiple-run games with a three-run effort against Seton Hall (Feb. 18) ... Had two multiple-walk games, which included a three-walk effort against Loyola (Feb. 8) ... Owned a nine-game hitting streak, which tied for the longest on the team, that began against Arizona State (G1-April 14) that included a .360 batting average, nine hits (one double), four RBI and two runs ... Closed out the season on a five-game hitting streak that began against New Mexico (G1-May 2) and included a .533 batting average, eight hits (one home run and six doubles), six RBI and five runs ... Tied for the team-lead in game-winning hits with four ... Scored the game-winning run on two occasions ... Walked 14 times, which included two multiple-walk games with a season-best three against Florida Atlantic (Feb. 24). 2007: Started 12 of 31 contests played in with seven in right field, three behind the plate and two as the designated player ... Batted for a .184 average and collected seven hits (two home runs and one double) ... Had five RBI and scored six runs ... Had two multiple-hit games: Longwood (March 10) and Utah (May 11) ... Had one multiple-RBI game that was the result of a grand slam against Rhode Island (March 17) ... First career hit was a solo home run against Nicholls State (Feb. 11) ... Hit only double of the year against Utah (May 11) ... Scored the game-winning run once, UNLV's home-opening win over Tulsa (Feb. 8). High School: A 2006 graduate of Cajon HS in San Bernardino, Calif. ... Played four years for the Cowboys and helped them to four straight San Andreas League titles in softball, as well as two in volleyball (2004-05 and 2005-06) ... Selected to the to the All-San Andreas League team in the final three years of softball ... Named All-San Bernardino County in 2004 and 2005 and a Cal-Hi All-State Nominee in 2004 ... Chosen the 2004 NFCA All-West Region Player ... In 2004, selected Cajon's Female Athlete of the Year and the softball team's defensive MVP ... In volleyball, tabbed an all-league performer in multiple years ... Played ASA travel ball with the So Cal Athletics 18 Gold and the So Cal Athletics 16U. Personal: Laura Ann Briones was born on July 11, 1988, in San Bernardino, Calif. ... The daughter of Nicole Case ... Has one brother, Doug ... Majoring in kinesiology.


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MEET THE REBELS Alyssia De La Torre 5-6 ~ Senior ~ Outfielder ~ Las Vegas, Nev. Las Vegas HS

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Career Statistics YR AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB 09 .321 47-45 134 35 43 6 5 5 25 74 08 .308 62-53 146 29 45 11 4 4 21 76 07 .194 57-26 67 20 13 1 0 0 4 14 .266 140-112 320 47 85 15 0 8 54 124

BB HBP SO 15 0 31 19 1 51 6 1 18 27 5 71

UNLV: A one-time Mountain West Player of the week honoree ... Enters senior year ranked highly in UNLV’s career record book ... Ranks sixth overall in triples (nine) and 10th in slugging percentage (.473) ... One of only two Rebels all-time to amass at least five doubles, five triples and five home runs in a single season ... Tied the UNLV record for most home runs in a single game with two against Illinois-Chicago (Feb. 6, 2009). 2009: Named the MWC's Player of the Week on Feb. 10 ... Started 45 of 47 contests played in with 37 coming in right field and eight as the designated player ... Led the team in triples (five) ... Batted for a .321 average with 43 hits (six doubles, five home runs and five triples) ... Became only the second Rebel in program history to notch at least five doubles, five triples and five home runs in a single season ... Hit two home runs against Illinois-Chicago (Feb. 6) ... Notched grand slams against UCLA (Feb. 13), Saint Louis (Feb. 14) and Arizona State (G1-April 7) ... Had 12 multiple-hit games, which included two hits on 11 occasions and three hits against Marshall (Feb. 6) ... Had five multiple-RBI games, which included a season-high five RBI against UCLA (Feb. 13), four on three occasions and two once ... Had eight multiple-run games, which included scoring three times each against Saint Louis (Feb. 14), New Mexico (April 10) and New Mexico (April 25) ... Had a six-game hitting streak, which began against Nebraska (Feb. 20), that included a .412 batting average, seven hits (one double) and three runs ... Had two game-winning hits: three-run triple against Northern Colorado (April 23) and one-run single against Utah (May 1) ... Scored the game-winning run on four occasions ... Walked 15 times, which included one multiple-walk game with two against Seton Hall (Feb. 8) ... Hit .538 with seven hits (two home runs and one double), two multiple-hit games, six runs and four RBI to take the MWC Player of the Week award. 2008: Started 53 of 62 contests played in with 44 coming in the outfield and nine as the designated player ... Led the team in triples (four) and tied for the team lead in doubles (11) ... Finished second in batting average (.308), slugging (.521) and on-base percentage (.392) ... Tallied 45 hits that included four home runs ... Had 21 RBI and scored 29 runs ... Stole 12 bases, which included one multiple-steal game with two against Michigan State (Feb. 22) ... Walked 19 times, which included three multiple-walk games ... Had 13 multiple-hit games, which included one three-hit contest against Illinois (Feb. 15) ... Had three multiple-RBI games, which included one three-RBI game at New Mexico (April 19) ... Had five multiplerun games, which included one three-run game against Illinois (Feb. 15) ... Registered three game-winning hits: one-run single against Illinois (Feb. 15), one-run single against Cal State Northridge (Feb. 16) and a one-run double against Portland State (March 7) ... Scored the game-winning run twice ... Hit first career home run against New Mexico State (March 8). 2007: Started 26 of 57 contests played in with 25 in the outfield and one as the designated player ... Batted for a .194 average and collected 13 hits (one double) ... Had four RBI and scored 20 runs ... Had one multiple-hit game with two Penn State (Feb. 23) ... Had one multiple-RBI game with two against Utah (May 12) ... Had two multiple-run games: Penn State (Feb. 23) and BYU (G2-May 10) ... First career hit was a single against Penn State (Feb. 23) ... Hit only double of the year against Utah (May 12) ... Scored the game-winning run on two occasions: Delaware State (G2-March 5) and Utah (May 12) ... Recorded six stolen bases. High School: A 2006 graduate of Las Vegas HS in Las Vegas, Nev. ... Played all four years for the Wildcats and produced three straight Northeast Division Championships ... In 2005, Las Vegas won the Sunrise Region Championship and placed fourth in the Nevada State Tournament ... In 2005 and 2006, selected to the All-Nevada First Team, All-Sunrise Region First Team and then Northeast Division First Team ... Named the NIAA-Chevron High Performance Athlete of the Week for a week in 2005 ... In 2003, named to the Northeast Division's First Team...Played ASA travel ball with the Coast to Coast Softball Club 18U in 2006 and helped them to the Gold Coast Softball Tournament Championship in Brisbane, Australia ... Played for the Vegas Rebels 18U in 2005 and the Las Vegas Blast Softball Club 16U in 2004. Personal: Alyssia Marie De La Torre was born on June 1, 1988, in Las Vegas, Nev. ... The daughter of Javier De La Torre and Shelley Munoz ... Has three siblings: Alejandro, Mykael and Myrenda ... Majoring in interdisciplinary studies.


MEET THE REBELS Chey Farley 5-6 ~ Senior ~ Outfielder ~ Kaneohe, Hawaii Eastern Arizona College ~ Castle HS

Career Statistics YR AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB BB HBP SO 09 .212 26-10 33 11 7 1 0 2 6 14 5 1 7 08 .136 54-27 66 20 9 0 0 2 7 15 10 1 30 .162 80-37 99 31 16 1 0 4 13 29 15 2 37 UNLV: Transferred to UNLV after playing her freshman year at Eastern Arizona College (2007) ... A two-time Academic All-Mountain West Conference Team member. 2009: Started 10 of 26 contests played in with all 10 as the designated player ... Batted .212 with seven hits (two home runs and one double) ... Had six RBI and 11 runs scored ... Hit home runs against Seton Hall (Feb. 7) and Utah (May 1) ... Had one multiple-hit game with two against Utah (May 1) ... Had one multiple-RBI game with three tallies against Utah (May 1) ... Had one game-winning hit with a solo home run against Seton Hall (Feb. 7) ... Scored one game-winning run. 2008: Started 27 of 54 contests played in with 18 in right field, four in left field and five as the designated player ... Batted .136 with nine hits (two home runs) ... Had seven RBI and scored 20 runs ... Hit home runs against Pittsburgh (Feb. 29) and Utah Valley (March 15) ... Had two multiple-hit games with two two-hit games: Utah Valley (March 15) and Colorado State (May 4) ... Had one multiple-RBI game that was a result of a grand slam hit against Pittsburgh (Feb. 29) ... Had one multiple-run game with two scores against Utah Valley (March 15) ... Stole eight bases on the year, which included a season-best two coming against Colorado State (May 3). 2007: Eastern Arizona - Participated in 50 of 56 contests ... Helped EAC to first place in its conference and in regional en route to a third-place showing in the NJCAA Tournament ... Batted for a .292 average with 40 hits (seven home runs, three triples and 10 doubles) ... Had 26 RBI and scored 41 runs ... Had eight multiple-hit games, which included two three-hit games against Gateway ... Had four multiple-RBI games, which included one four-RBI game against Gateway ... Had eight multiple-run games, which included one five-run game against Gateway ... Hit .360 with nine hits (one home runs and three doubles), six RBI and five runs in a seven-game hitting streak. High School: A 2006 graduate of James B. Castle HS ... Lettered all four years in softball and twice in track and field ... As a senior, selected as Castle's Athlete of the Year, while being named to an O'ahu Interscholastic Association All-Star and to the all-state first team ... In 2005, named an all-start first team member and all-state second team ... In 2004, named an all-state second team selection ... In 2005, earned an all-star honorable mention ... In track, named OIA's Eastern Division Top Sprinter for the 400m dash and was an all-star first-team member in the 100m, 200m, 400m and high jump ... In 2004, finished fourth in the state in the 400m dash ... A member of the honor roll throughout middle school and high school. Personal: Cheynah Rene Farley was born on Aug. 22, 1988, in Honolulu, Hawaii ... The daughter of Michael and Carolyn Farley ... Has three siblings: Tajah Low, Mailah and Monyah ... Majoring in kinesiology.

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MEET THE REBELS Kendall Fearn 5-10 ~ Senior ~ Infielder ~ Carlsbad, Calif. Carlsbad HS

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Career Statistics YR AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI 09 .326 52-52 144 22 47 10 0 7 34 08 .297 61-61 172 22 51 9 0 13 41 0 8 26 07 .275 62-61 160 26 44 10 .298 175-174 476 70 142 29 0 28 101 UNLV: A two-time Mountain West AllConference Team member and one-time Player of the Week honoree ... A two-time academic all-conference team member ... Enters senior year ranked highly in UNLV's career record book ... Ranks fifth overall in slugging percentage (.536); sixth in home runs (28) and walks (67); seventh in RBI (101); and 10th in doubles (29) ... Tied the UNLV record for most home runs in a single game with two against Longwood (March 8, 2006). 2009: Tabbed to the Mountain West's AllConference Team ... One of four Rebels to have started every game ... Started all 52 games at first base ... Led the team in hit-by-pitches (six) and ranked second in walks (25) ... Finished third on the team in batting average (.326), hits (47), home runs (seven), doubles (10), RBI (34), total bases (78) and on-base percentage (.443) ... Scored 22 runs ... Had 13 multiple-hit games, which included three contests of three hits apiece: Cal Poly (Feb. 22), Dartmouth (March 20) and Northern Colorado (April 23) ... Had eight multiple-RBI games, which included a four-RBI contest with a grand slam, against Seton Hall (Feb. 7) ... Had four multiplerun games with two runs scored in each ... Had two multiple-double games with two each against Cal Poly (Feb. 22) and Dartmouth (March 20) ... Had five multiple-walk games with two in each contest ... Had four game-winning hits: Walk-off, two-run home run against Illinois-Chicago (Feb. 7), onerun double against Wright State (Feb. 27), one-run double against Dartmouth (March 20) and a tworun home run against New Mexico (April 25) ... Scored two game-winning runs ... Owned a 10game hitting streak that began against New Mexico (April 10) and included a .552 batting average, 16 hits (three doubles and two home runs), 12 RBI and six runs. 2008: Sat out 2008 due to injury. 2007: Tabbed to the Mountain West's AllConference Team ... Named the Mountain West Player of the Week on Feb. 13 ... Started all 61 contests played in with all 61 starts coming at first base ... Batted for a .297 average and collected 51 hits (13 home runs and nine doubles) ... The 13 home runs were a team best ... Had 41 RBI and scored 22 runs ... Had 13 multiple-hit games, which included four three-hit games: Utah State (Feb. 19), Virginia (Feb. 22) and twice against

TB 78 99 78 255

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Colorado State (April 14 and April 15) ... Had 11 multiple-RBI games, which included two four-RBI games: Virginia (Feb. 22) and Kent State (March 16) ... Had one multiple-run game with two scores against Illinois-Chicago (Feb. 11) ... Had two doubles against Tulsa (Feb. 10) ... Had six game-winning hits: One-run single Virginia (Feb. 22), solo home run against Penn State (Feb. 23), grand slam against Kent State (March 16), three-run home run against New Mexico (G1-March 29), one-run double against San Diego State (May 6) and a three-run home run against Utah (May 11) ... Scored the game-winning run on three occasions ... Hit .500 with six hits (two home runs and two doubles), six RBI and five runs to take the first MWC Player of the Week award of the season ... Had a six-game hitting streak that began against UCLA (Feb. 17) and included a .667 batting average, 12 hits (two home runs and two doubles), eight RBI and two runs ... Closed out 2007 riding a seven-game hitting streak with a .429 batting average, nine hits (four home runs and two doubles), 12 RBI and five runs. 2006 International: Played for the Triple Crown Colorado squad in the 2006 Canada Cup (July 1-9 in Surrey, British Columbia). 2006: Started 61 of 62 contests played in with 60 coming at third base and one as the designated player ... Batted for a .275 average and collected 44 hits (eight home runs and 10 doubles) ... Had 26 RBI and scored 26 runs ... Had nine multiple-hit games, which included two three-hit games: Missouri (G2-March 27) and Colorado State (G1April 23) ... Had five multiple-RBI games, which included one four-RBI game against IllinoisChicago (Feb. 11) ... Had three multiple-run games: Longwood (March 8), Louisiana-Lafayette (March 19) and New Mexico (G2-April 21) ... Registered a team-best four game-winning hits: solo home run against Kentucky (Feb. 12), one-run single against Kansas (Feb. 19), two-run home run against Longwood (March 8) and a two-run home run against New Mexico (April 9) ... Scored a team-best six game-winning runs ... Had one multiple-home run game, Longwood (March 8) ...

Notched first career hit (single) against Southern Utah (G2-Feb. 9) ... Had a six-game hitting streak that began against Portland State (March 3) and included a .563 average, nine hits (three home runs and two doubles), five RBI and six runs. High School: A 2005 graduate of Carlsbad HS ... As a senior, split time between first base and pitcher, while being chosen a co-captain ... Led the Lancers in RBI, en route to the Avocado League championship ... In 2003, helped the Lancers to the CIF Division I in softball, while helping them to the league title in her only year of soccer ... Played ASA travel ball with the Next Level 18U team. Personal: Kendall Anne Fearn was born on Sept. 24, 1987, in Vista, Calif. ... The daughter of Patrick and Martie Fearn ... Has one brother, Devin ... Graduated in 2009 with an undergraduate degree in psychology, currently working on master's in sports education leadership.


MEET THE REBELS Ashli Holland 5-4 ~ Senior ~ Infielder ~ Arvada, Colo. Pomona HS

Career Statistics YR AVG GP-GS AB R H 09 .323 52-52 161 26 52 08 .270 66-66 174 30 47 .296 118-118 335 56 99

2B 3B HR RBI TB BB HBP SO 11 2 2 36 73 12 1 27 10 0 3 26 66 5 2 29 21 2 5 62 139 17 3 56

UNLV: A two-time Mountain West All-Conference Team member and one-time player of the week honoree ... A two-time academic all-conference member. 2009: Tabbed to the Mountain West's All-Conference Team ... Named the Mountain West's Player of the Week on April 29 ... One of four Rebels to have started every game ... Started all 52 games with 51 at second base and one at shortstop ... Led the team in at-bats (161) and tied for the team lead in doubles (11) ... Finished second on the team in hits (52) ... Batted .323 with two home runs and two triples ... Had 36 RBI and scored 26 runs ... Led the team with 16 multiple-hit games, which included five as three-hit contests ... Both home runs were of the game-winning variety and in the Rebels' last at-bat: three-run home run against Sacramento State (March 21) and a grand slam against Colorado State (April 24) ... In all, had three game-winning hits, including a walk-off single against New Mexico (April 10) ... Had 12 multiple-RBI games, which included a season-best four RBI against Colorado State (April 24) ... Had five multiple-run games with two runs scored in each ... Owned three hitting streaks of seven games ... The first streak began against Colorado State (April 12) and included a .455 batting average, 10 hits (one home run and one double), five RBI and five runs ... Hit .615 with eight hits (two home runs and one double), four multiple-hit games, seven RBI and five runs to take the MWC Player of the Week award ... The second streak began against Northern Colorado (April 23) and included a .650 batting average with 13 hits (three doubles, one triple and one home run), 11 RBI and eight runs ... Had 12 walks with one multiple-walk game against BYU (April 30). 2008: Tabbed to the Mountain West's All-Conference Team ... One of two Rebels to have started every game ... Started all 66 games with 40 at second base, 17 at third base, eight at shortstop and one as the designated player ... Batted .270 with 47 hits (three home runs and 10 doubles) ... Had 26 RBI and scored 30 runs ... Hit home runs against San Diego State (April 6), Arizona State (G2-April 14) and Nevada, Reno (G2-April 30) ... Had 11 multiplehit games, which included two three-hit contests: Arizona State (G2-April 14) and Colorado State (May 3) ... Had six multiple-RBI games, which included a four-RBI contest against Nevada, Reno (G2-April 30) ... Had four multiple-run games, which included a three-run game against Colorado State (May 3) ... Stole nine bases in 13 attempts ... In the final 20 games, beginning with a contest at San Diego State, amassed a .437 batting average that raised the overall batting average 116 points and included 31 hits (three home runs and seven doubles), nine multiple-hit games, 18 RBI and 17 runs ... Owned two hitting streaks of eight games ... The first streak began against Arizona State (G1-April 14) and included a .600 batting average, 15 hits, nine RBI and six runs ... The second streak began against BYU (April 25) and included a .423 batting average, 11 hits, seven RBI and seven runs. High School: A 2007 graduate of Pomona HS in Arvada, Colo. ... Lettered four years in softball and once each in golf, track and soccer ... As a senior was selected as the 5A Player of the Year, the Denver Metro Player of the Year and Arvada's Female Athlete of the Year, while being named to the Jefferson County First Team, all-state first team, All-Colorado First Team, all-region first team for softball and all-conference on the 800-medley team in track ... Named the "rookie of the year" in track ... As a sophomore and junior was named twice to the allconference first team and all-state squad, while taking home MVP honors ... Played ASA travel ball with the Colorado Stars 18U Gold in 2006, Colorado Comets 18U Gold in 2004-2005 and Colorado Comets 16U in 2003. Personal: Ashli Rene Holland was born on April 20, 1989, in Denver, Colo. ... The daughter of Randy and Rene Holland ... Has one brother, Justin Goins ... Majoring in recreation.

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MEET THE REBELS Jaci Hull 5-7 ~ Senior ~ Infielder ~ Scottsdale, Ariz. Horizon HS

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Career Statistics YR AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI 09 .335 52-52 158 38 53 11 2 12 51 08 .337 66-64 166 47 56 11 2 13 42 07 .370 64-64 184 49 68 17 2 12 34 06 .400 10-10 15 8 6 0 0 3 6 .350 192-190 523 142 183 39 6 40 133 UNLV: A three-time Mountain West AllConference Team member and four-time Player of the Week honoree ... A four-time academic all-conference team member, also earned the scholar-athlete award three times ... Selected twice to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District Eight Team ... Enters senior year ranked highly in UNLV's career record book ... Ranks first overall in on-base percentage (.482) and walks (119); second in slugging percentage (.677); third in home runs (40), RBI (133), total bases (354) and hit-bypitch (16); fourth in runs (142) and doubles (39): and seventh in batting average (.350) ... One of only two Rebels all-time to amass at least 130 runs and 130 RBI, currently has 142 and 133, respectively ... One of only three Rebels all-time to amass at least 85 extra-base hits and currently sits third with 85 (40 home runs, 39 doubles and six triples) ... In 2009, became only the second Rebel in the program's history to notch at least 50 hits and 50 RBI in a single season with 53 and 51, respectively ... In 2009, became only the second Rebel in the program's history to notch at least 50 RBI in a single season ... Set the UNLV record for most doubles in a game with three against Sacramento State (March 24, 2007) ... Tied the UNLV record for most home runs in a single game with two against Sacramento State (March 25, 2007), Loyola (Feb. 8, 2008) and Washington (Feb. 9, 2008) ... Tied the UNLV record for most hits in a single game with four against Sacramento State (March 24, 2007). 2009: Tabbed to the Mountain West's AllConference Team ... Named to the ESPN The Magazine's Academic All-District Eight Team ... One of four Rebels to start every game ... Started 51 games at shortstop and one at second base ... Became only the second player in program history to record at least 50 hits and 50 RBI in a single season with 53 and 51 tallies, respectively ... Became only the second player in program history to record at least 50 RBI in a single season ... Led the team in hits (53), home runs (12), RBI (51), total bases (104) and slugging percentage (.658), while tying for the lead in doubles (11) ... Finished second in batting average (.335), runs (38) and triples (two) ... Had 15 multiple-hit games, which included five three-hit contests ... Had a team-best 13 multipleRBI games, which included six RBI against Utah (May 2), five against Colorado State (April 12), two three-RBI contests and nine of two RBI ... Had

TB 104 110 125 15 354

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nine multiple-run games, which included one three score contest against Utah (May 1) ... Had two multiple-double games with two each against Seton Hall (Feb. 7) and Utah (May 2) ... Had five game-winning hits: sacrifice fly against Saint Louis (Feb. 14), one-run single against Georgia Tech (Feb. 20), one-run single against Notre Dame (March 8), threerun home run against Colorado State (April 12) and two-run home run against Utah (May 2) ... Had three game-winning runs ... Had 22 walks with four multiple-walk games, which included three walks against Cal Poly (Feb. 22) ... Intentionally walked twice ... Owned a nine-game hitting streak that began against Loyola Marymount (Feb. 28) and included a .448 batting average, 13 hits (four home runs, two doubles and one triple), 13 RBI and eight runs. 2008: Tabbed to the Mountain West's All-Conference Team ... Selected as the MWC's Player of the Week on Feb. 12 ... Named to the ESPN The Magazine's Academic All-District Eight Team ... One of three Rebels to see action in all 66 games, as she started 64 and was a substitute in two others ... Started 58 at shortstop, three at second base, two as the designated player and one at third base ... Led the team in batting average (.337), home runs (13), RBI (42), total bases (110), slugging percentage(.663), walks (43), on-base percentage (.491) and gamewinning runs (six) ... Tied for the team lead in doubles (11) and finished second in hits (56) and stolen bases (14) ... Had a team-high 15 multiple-hit games, which included two three-hit contests: New Mexico (April 19) and Colorado State (May 3) ... Had a teamhigh 11 multiple-RBI games, which included two tallies of five or more RBI: six against Loyola (Feb. 8) and five against Washington (Feb. 9) ... Had 14 multiple-run games, which included three contests in which she

scored three times each ... Hit three grand slams on the year: Loyola (Feb. 8), Washington (Feb. 9) and New Mexico (April 19) ... Had two multiple-home run games: Loyola (Feb. 8) and Washington (Feb.


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Hull’s Accolades Three-Time MWC All-Conference Four-Time MWC Player Of The Week Four-Time Academic All-MWC Three-Time MWC Scholar-Athlete Two-Time ESPN The Magazine All-District UNLV Record Book 1st: 2nd: 3rd: 4th: 7th:

On-Base Percentage (.482) and Walks (119) Slugging Percentage (.482) Home Runs (40), RBI (133), Total Bases (354) and Hit-By-Pitch (16) Runs (142) and Doubles (39) Batting Average (.250)

One of only three Rebels all-time with at least 85 career extra-base hits. Only the second Rebel to notch at least 50 hits and 50 RBI in a single season (2009). Only the second Rebel to notch at least 50 RBI in a single-season (2009). Set single-game program record with three doubles vs. Sacramento State (03-25-07) Tied the single-game program record with two home runs three times. 9) ... Had one multiple-double game: Michigan (March 20) ... Had 41 walks with nine multiplewalk games, which included one three-walk outing against Cal State Northridge (Feb. 16) ... Intentionally walked three times ... Had two multiple-steal games: Cal State Northridge (Feb. 16) and Loyola Marymount (G2-March 19) ... Tied for second in game-winning RBI with three tallies: Washington (Feb. 9), Kansas (Feb. 17) and New Mexico (April 19) ... Hit .429 (6-for-14) with four home runs, 11 RBI and six runs, while slugging 1.286 and holding a .556 on-base efficiency in the Sportco Kick-Off Classic to open the season en route to being named the MWC's Player of the Week ... Owned a nine-game hitting streak that began against Michigan State (Feb. 22) that included a .500 batting average, 12 hits (two home runs, one triple and one double), seven RBI and seven runs ... In the Louisville Slugger Desert Classic (Feb. 15-17), stepped up to the plate 18 times and was given free passes, via walk (six) or HBP, to first base a total of nine times. 2007: Tabbed to the Mountain West's AllConference Team ... Named Mountain West Player of the Week on three occasions: March 13, March 27 and April 10 ... One of two Rebels to start all 64 games ... Started all 64 contests at shortstop ... Led the team in batting average (.370), runs (49), hits (68), doubles (17), total bases (125), slugging percentage (.679), walks (46), on-base percentage (.500) and game-winning runs (six) ... Contributed 12 home runs and two triples, while knocking in 34 RBI ... Had a team-best 20 multiple-hit games, which included one four-hit game against Sacramento State (March 24) ... Had eight multiple-RBI games, which included two three-RBI games: California (March 3) and Colorado State (April 14) ... Had 13 multiple-run games, which included one three-run game against Colorado State (April 14) ... Hit two home runs against Sacramento State (March 25) ... Had three multiple-double games, which included setting the program record with three against Sacramento State

(March 24) ... Had 23 multiple-walk games, which included two three-walk games: Colorado State (April 15) and Colorado State (G1-April 27) ... Had two multiple-steal games, which included one three-steal game against Southern Utah (G1-April 18) ... Had three game-winning hits: solo home run against Florida International (Feb. 16), two-run double against Illinois (March 18) and one-run double against Utah (G2-April 5) ... Hit .476 with 10 hits (two doubles), six runs, seven walks, .607 on-base and .571 slugging for first MWC Player of the Week ... Hit .528 with seven hits (two home runs and four doubles), four runs, 1.308 slugging and .600 on-base for second MWC Player of the Week, which included a 4-for-4 (three doubles) outing against Sacramento State (March 24) ... Hit .400 with four hits (two home runs and one double), three RBI, three runs and 1.100 slugging for third MWC Player of the Week ... Had a sevengame hitting streak that began against Sacramento State (March 24) that included a .550 batting average, 11 hits (four home runs and five doubles), six RBI and seven run. 2006 International: Played for the Triple Crown Colorado squad in the 2006 Canada Cup (July 1-9 in Surrey, British Columbia). 2006: Started all 10 games played in with all coming at shortstop ... Broke her hand against Kansas (Feb. 19) and started the following game against California, but later came out of the contest after playing the defensive half of the first inning ... Hit for a .400 average with six hits (three home runs) and 1.000 slugging ... Had six RBI and scored eight runs ... Hit first career home run (first career hit in first career game) in second at-bat against Southern Utah (G1-Feb. 9) ... Had one multiple-hit game with two against Northwestern (Feb. 17) ... Had two multiple-RBI games, which included: Southern Utah (G1-Feb. 9) and UC Davis (Feb. 18) ... Had three multiple-run games, which included: Southern Utah (G1-Feb. 9), UC Davis (Feb. 18) and Kansas (Feb. 19) ... Scored one

game-winning run. High School: A 2005 graduate of Horizon HS ... Played shortstop during junior and senior seasons, second base in 2003 and split time between third base and the outfield in 2002 ... The Huskies finished second in the Desert Valley Region sophomore through senior seasons and first in 2002 (freshman) ... At Horizon, named all-state all four years (twice to the first team and twice to the second team), first-team all-region all four years and the N.E. Valley Player of the Year twice, en route to breaking seven individual team records ... Played ASA travel ball for the Arizona Hot Shots 18U Gold team. Personal: Jaclyn Marie Hull was born Sept. 17, 1986, in Dubuque, Iowa ... The daughter of Tom and Sandy Hull ... Has three siblings: Jason, Joy and Jordan ... Majoring in kinesiology.


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MEET THE REBELS Marissa Nichols 5-8 ~ Senior ~ Outfielder ~ Diamond Bar, Calif. Diamond Bar HS

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Career Statistics YR`AVG GP-GS 09 .318 51-51 06 .300 26-26 05 .426 63-63 .366 140-140 UNLV: A 2005 NFCA All-America First Team and Louisville Slugger NFCA All-West Region First Team member ... A two-time Mountain West AllConference Team member and six-time Player of the Week honoree ... A four-time academic all-conference member, also earned the scholar-athlete award twice ... Named to the 2009 ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District Eight Team ... Enters her senior year ranked highly in UNLV's career record book ... Ranks second overall in stolen bases (53); third in batting (.366), slugging percentage (.657) and on-base percentage (.445); fifth in home runs (28); eighth in runs (115), triples (eight) and total bases (291); and 10th in doubles (29) ... Owns UNLV single-season records in hits (89 in 2005), home runs (18 in 2005), total bases (176 in 2005) and stolen bases (35 in 2005) ... Set the UNLV record for most triples twice in a game with two against Iowa State (Feb. 17, 2005) and Southern Illinois (Feb. 19, 2005) ... Tied the UNLV record for most home runs in a single game with two against Colorado State (May 13, 2005) ... Has overcome numerous injuries that forced her to miss the last half of the 2006 season through the 2008 campaign. 2009: Tabbed to the Mountain West's AllConference Team ... Named to the ESPN The Magazine's Academic All-District Eight Team ... Started and played in 51 contests with 50 starts in left field and one as the designated player ... Led the team in walks (26), stolen bases (six) and game-winning runs (six) ... Finished second in home runs (10), total bases (89) and slugging percentage (.578) ... Finished third in runs (37), hits (49) and doubles (10) ... Batted .318 with 25 RBI and 37 runs scored ... Had 13 multiple-hit games, which included three-hit contests against both San Diego State (April 4) and Colorado State (April 12) ... Had four multiple-RBI games, which included a four-RBI game off a grand slam against New Mexico (April 25) and a three-RBI game against UC Santa Barbara (March 6) ... Had nine multiple-run games scoring twice in each ... Had four game-winning hits with three coming off solo home runs and the fourth from a three-run double against UC Santa Barbara (March 6) ... Five of the six game-winning runs came off of home runs ... Owned an 11-game hitting streak that began against Florida Atlantic (Feb. 27) that included a .429 batting average, 15 hits (five doubles and two home runs), nine runs and eight RBI ... Had six

AB 154 80 209 443

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multiple-walk games with two walks in each ... Recorded nine walks in an eight-game stretch ... In first official atbat since 2006, cranked a solo home run in the third inning against Marshall (Feb. 26). 2008: Sat out 2008 due to injury. 2007: Sat out 2007 due to injury. 2006: Started the first 26 contests of the season with 15 in center field and 11 in left field, before sitting out the remainder of the year due to injury ... Batted for a .300 average with 24 hits (two doubles) ... Had five RBI and scored 12 runs ... Stole 12 bases to finish second on the team ... Had three multiple-hit games, which included two games of three hits: Southern Utah (G2-Feb. 9) and UC Davis (Feb. 18) ... Had two multiple-RBI games: UC Davis (Feb. 18) and Oklahoma State (Feb. 24) ... Had three multiple-run games: Illinois-Chicago (Feb. 10), UC Davis (Feb. 18) and Portland State (March 3) ... Had three multiple-steal games with two stolen bases each against Illinois-Chicago (Feb. 10), Northwestern (Feb. 17) and Texas A&M (Feb. 25) ... Had one game-winning hit, a one-run double against Oklahoma State (Feb. 24) ... Scored the game-winning run twice ... Hit .383 with 18 hits (two doubles), five RBI and nine runs to begin the year with a 14-game hitting streak. 2005 International: Participated on Team USA's Elite Team at the Canada Cup (July 2-11 in Surrey, British Columbia) and the Intercontinental Cup (July 20-28 in Madrid, Spain) ... Started eight of 12 games, while helping the Elite Team to a 16-2 record ... Batted .481 with 13 hits (one home run and five doubles) in 27 at-bats ... Had six RBI and scored five runs ... Racked up a slugging percentage of .777 and an on-base percentage of .500.

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Nichol’s Accolades 2005 NFCA All-American 2005 NFCA All-West Region First Team Two-Time MWC All-Conference Six-Time MWC Player Of The Week Four-Time Academic All-MWC Two-Time MWC Scholar-Athlete 2009 ESPN The Magazine All-District UNLV Record Book 2nd: 3rd: 5th: 8th: 10th:

Stolen Bases (53) Batting Average (.366), Slugging (.657) and On-Base Percentage (.445) Home Runs (28) Runs (115), Triples (eight) and Total Bases (291) Doubles (29)

Tied the single-game program record with two triples twice. Tied the single-game program record with two home runs vs. Colorado State (0513-05). member of both the all-conference and all-tournament teams ... Selected a record six times for MWC Player of the Week honors ... The six selections were the most for a Rebel in any given season and in a career as a whole for a non-pitcher ... Started all 63 games of the season, all in left field and as the lead-off hitter ... Finished the year ranked nationally in six of the NCAA's offensive statistical categories: Runs (3rd/0.65 per game), slugging percentage (6th/.869), triples (8th/0.13 pg), batting average (10th/.426), stolen bases (11th/0.57 pg) and home runs (16th/0.30 pg) ... Led the MWC in seven offensive categories in overall games played and in five offensive categories in conference games only ... Hit for a .426 average ... Set UNLV single-season records for hits (89), home runs (18), runs (66), total bases (176) and stolen bases (35) ... Also, led the team in batting average (.426), doubles (17), triples (eight), RBI (46), on-base percentage (.487) and gamewinning runs (12) ... Tied for the team-high in game-winning hits with nine ... Had at least one hit in 51 of 63 games ... Had a team-high 27 multiplehit games, which included two games of four hits: Southern Illinois (Feb. 19) and Illinois (March 24) ... Had seven multiple-RBI games, which included two games of five RBI: Iowa State (Feb. 17) and Illinois (March 24) ... Had 18 multiple-run games, which included five games of three runs: Ohio State (Feb. 25), Iowa State (Feb. 17), Long Island (March 16), BYU (G2-April 9) and Colorado State (G1-May 6) ... Held two hitting streaks of 10 games and three of five games ... The first 10-game hitting streak (March 12-March 26) included a .567 average, 17 hits (four home runs, one triple and seven doubles), 10 RBI and 14 runs ... The second 10-game hitting streak (April 13-May 6) included a .441 average, 15 hits (four home runs, one triple and two doubles), 10 RBI and 13 runs ... After only one season, ranked fifth in career stolen bases, seventh in career home runs and eighth in career triples ... Began the season a perfect 34-for34 in stolen bases until caught in an attempt against Colorado State (May 13) in the MWC

Tournament ... Finished the season 35-for-36 in steals ... Had nine multiple-steal games, which included two three-steal games: Oklahoma State (Feb. 13) and New Mexico (G2-May 8) ... Tied a UNLV single-game record by hitting two home runs against Colorado State (May 13) ... Tied a UNLV single-game record by hitting two triples twice in a game, Iowa State (Feb. 17) and Southern Illinois (Feb. 19) ... Defensively, only committed one error in 102 chances and assisted on four putouts for a .990 fielding percentage. High School: A 2004 graduate of Diamond Bar HS ... In 2004, finished the season with a 9-2 record in the circle and a 0.65 ERA ... In the batter's box held a .380 average and amassed 40+ RBI en route to numerous awards, such as: 2004 Diamond Bar HS Female Athlete of the Year, AllSierra League First Team, All-Inland Valley, AllSan Gabriel Valley ... Received other individual awards: The Michelle Carew award, "30' award and the Best of the West All-Tournament Team ... In 2003, finished with an 8-1 pitching record and a 0.61 ERA, while hitting for a .333 batting average ... Chosen as the Best Defensive Player and to the All-Sierra League First Team, All-Inland Valley, All-San Gabriel Valley and as the MVP of the Charter Oak Tournament ... In 2002, selected as the "Most Dedicated Player" on her team and was named to the All-Sierra League First Team ... Lettered all four years in softball and volleyball ... Was an academic all-league member in 2001, 2002 and 2004 ... Played ASA travel ball for the Southern California Athletics 18U Gold team. Personal: Marissa Katherine Nichols was born March 2, 1986, in Whittier, Calif. ... The daughter of Ron and MaryKay Nichols ... Has two brothers, Justin and Spencer ... Says her parents have influenced her most in life ... Graduated in 2008 with an undergraduate degree in human services counseling, currently working on master's in school counseling.


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MEET THE REBELS Traci Odegard

Stefani Sanchez

5-9 ~ Junior ~ Pitcher Kirkland, Wash. Juanita HS

5-4 ~ Junior ~ Infielder Clovis, Calif. Buchanan HS

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14 UNLV: A one-time Academic All-Mountain West Conference Team member. 2009: Named the Mountain West Pitcher of the Week on Feb. 10 ... Led the pitching staff in ERA (3.58), complete games (seven) and shutouts (three) ... Finished second in saves (two) ... Had an overall record of 9-6 ... Struck out five or more batters on seven occasions and at least one batter in 20 appearances ... Struck out nine against Seton Hall (Feb. 7) ... Allowed 114 hits and 60 runs (50 earned) ... Walked 26 ... Threw at least five innings in nine starts.

2008: Finished second on the pitching staff in ERA (3.80) and appearances (34) ... Had an overall record of 6-7 in 90.1 innings of work ... Struck out 45 batters ... Struck out five or more batters on two occasions and at least one batter in 21 appearances ... Struck out seven batters once against Washington (Feb. 10) ... Allowed 132 hits and 89 runs (49 earned) ... Notched first career win in complete-game fashion against Bradley (Feb. 15) ... Walked 26 ... Threw at least five innings in six starts. High School: A 2007 graduate of Juanita HS in Kirkland, Wash. ... Lettered two years in softball ... Named to the all-state team, All-KingCo First Team in 2007 and was tabbed the league's MVP ... Chosen as the team's captain in 2006-07 ... Selected to the All-KingCo First Team in 2006 and Second Team in 2005 ... Named the State Athlete of the Week in March 2006 ... Tabbed the Seattle Times and Eastside Journal's Athlete of the Week in March 2005 and 2006 ... Played ASA travel ball with the Absolute Blast Gold.

2009: Played in 35 contests mostly as a pinch-runner ... Hit .250 with one hit, a single against Dartmouth (March 20) ... Scored eight runs ... Went 2for-3 in steal attempts. 2008: Played in 28 contests, mostly as a pinch-runner ... Hit .250 with one hit, a single against Seton Hall (Feb. 18) ... Scored seven runs ... Went 2for-2 in steal attempts. High School: A 2007 graduate of Buchanan HS in Clovis, Calif. ... Lettered three years in softball ... Started at second base as a senior and played in the All-City All-Star Game, while being named to the allconference team ... From 200406, the Bears won three-straight Tri-River Athletic Conference championships ... In 2004, the Bears were the CIF Central Valley champions ... Recipient of the Meghan Muller Memorial Scholarship ... Named the team's offensive player of the year ... Scholastically named to the Academic Block B, honor roll, National Honors Society, Scholar-Athlete ... Played ASA travel ball with the California Stars 18 Gold. Personal: Stefani Maria Sanchez was born on Sept. 13, 1989, in Bakersfield, Calif. ... The daughter of Daniel and Beatrice Sanchez ... Has a twin brother, Steven ... Majoring in meetings and event management.

Career Statistics YR AVG GP-GS AB 09 .250 35-0 4 08

Personal: Traci Odegard was born Sept. 26, 1988, in Kirkland, Wash. ... The daughter of Carson and Teri Odegard ... Has an older sister, Courtney ... Majoring in secondary education.

Career Statistics YR ERA W-L APP GS CG SV IP H R 09 3.58 9-6 25 15 7 2 97.2 114 60 08 3.80 6-7 34 15 3 0 90.1 132 89 3.69 15-13 59 30 10 2 188.0 246 149

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Korin Cuico

Elena Fata

5-9 ~ Sophomore ~ Outfield Carson, Calif. San Pedro HS

5-3 ~ Sophomore ~ Infielder Hollister, Calif. San Benito HS

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09 UNLV: A one-time Academic All-Mountain West Conference Team member ... Also earned the scholar-athlete award once. 2009: Started nine of 32 contests played in with six starts as the designated player, two in right field and one in left field ... Batted .200 with five hits (all singles ) ... Had one RBI and scored 10 runs ... Had one multiple-hit game with two hits against Colorado State (April 12) ... Had lone RBI against Colorado State (April 12) ... Went 2-for-2 in steal attempts ... Walked 10 times, which included two multiple-walk games ... Scored the game-winning run once against UC Davis (March 15).

High School: A 2008 graduate of San Pedro HS in San Pedro, Calif. ... Lettered four years in softball and once in volleyball ... Helped the Pirates to a 94% winning percentage (122-8) in her four seasons, while amassing four Marine League championships, three Los Angeles City championships and one runner-up finish ... Named to the All-Marine League Second Team in 2004 before taking first team honors in 2006, 2007 and 2008 ... Named to the all-area first team in 2006 and 2007 and the second team in 2008 ... Led her 2006 volleyball squad to a Marine League title and runner-up finish in the Los Angeles City championships, while earning first-team all-league honors ... Played ASA travel ball with the Mizuno Pride 18U Gold Certified from 200508. Personal: Korin Noelani Cuico was born on May 6, 1990, in Torrance, Calif. ... The daughter of Johnny and Teri Cuico ... Has six siblings: Kayla, Kailee, Kainalu, Kahea, Kraig and Korey ... Majoring in kinesiology.

Career Statistics YR AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB BB HBP SO 09 .200 32-9 25 10 5 0 0 0 1 5 10 2 14

UNLV: A one-time Academic All-Mountain West Conference Team member ... Tied the program record for most runs scored in a single game with two against Dartmouth (March 20, 2009). 2009: Started 34 of 41 contests played in with 25 starts at third base and nine as the designated player ... Batted .255 with 25 hits (one home run and three doubles) ... Had 14 RBI and scored 17 runs ... Hit a home run against Texas Tech (March 6) ... Had four multiple-hit games, which included a threehit effort against Saint Louis (Feb. 14) ... Had three multipleRBI games (two RBI in each): Saint Louis (Feb. 14), Loyola Marymount (Feb. 28) and Sacramento State (March 13) ... Had four multiplerun games, which included tying the program record with four scores against Dartmouth (March 20) ... Had one game-winning hit, a solo home run against Texas Tech (March 6) ... Scored the game-winning run twice ... Owned an eight-game hitting streak that began against Loyola Marymount (Feb. 28) and included a .455 batting average, 10 hits (two doubles and one home run), seven RBI and five runs ... Walked 11 times, which included three multiplewalk games. High School: A 2008 graduate of San Benito HS in Hollister, Calif. ... Lettered four years in softball, three in basketball and twice in tennis ... Primarily played the middle-infield positions in softball, played point guard in basketball and doubles in tennis ... Helped the Balers to three CCS Division I titles in softball (2006-08), one in basketball (2008) and one in tennis (2008) ... Selected as the T-Cal Conference MVP as a senior and junior ... Named to the T-Cal First Team for softball her final three years and as a senior in basketball and tennis ... Was a two-time CCS Division First Team member ... Tabbed the CSS Division Junior of the Year (2006-07) and Sophomore of the Year (2005-06) ... Selected to the All-State Underclassmen Team as a sophomore and junior ... Chosen as one of six D1 All-State Athletes of the Year as a senior by Cal-Hi Sports ESPN Rise ... Played ASA travel ball with the San Jose Sting. Personal: Elena Francesca Fata was born on May 7, 1990, in Hollister, Calif. ... The daughter of Vince and Ann Fata ... Has two siblings: Geno and Joey ... Geno plays baseball at UC San Diego ... Majoring in hospitality management.

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MEET THE REBELS Jessica O’Connor

Amber Petersen

5-10 ~ Sophomore ~ Pitcher Littleton, Colo. Dakota Ridge HS

5-8 ~ Sophomore ~ Pitcher Twin Falls, Idaho Twin Falls HS

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04 2009: Led the pitching staff in appearances (33) and saves (four), while tying for the lead in wins (11) and starts (18) ... The four saves tied for the second-most in the program's history in a single season ... Finished second in innings (109.2) and strikeouts (74) ... Had an ERA of 4.09 and an overall record of 11-7 ... Struck out five batters in a game on three occasions and at least one batter in 27 appearances ... Struck out 10 batters once against Southern Mississippi (Feb. 13) ... Allowed 145 hits and 88 runs (64 earned) ... Walked 52 ... Threw at least five innings in seven starts ... Notched first career win in 1.1 innings of relief against

Illinois-Chicago (Feb. 6). High School: A 2008 graduate of Dakota Ridge HS in Littleton, Colo. ... Lettered four years in softball ... Split time at Golden HS (freshman through junior years) prior to Dakota Ridge HS (senior) ... Helped her teams to three Jefferson County League championships and one second place finish ... Named a four-time all-state and all-conference honoree ... Was the strikeout leader in 4A from 2004-06 and in 5A in 2007 ... Played ASA travel ball, most recently with Quicksilver. Personal: Jessica Lynn O'Connor was born on Sept. 11, 1990, in Denver, Colo. ... The daughter of Dennis and Starla O'Connor ... Has one sister, Andrea ... Majoring in recreation.

2009: Made seven appearances in the circle with one start ... Had an ERA of 4.53 and an overall record of 0-1 in 17.0 innings of work ... Struck out nine batters with a season-best of five coming against Florida Atlantic (March 1) ... Allowed 25 hits and 19 runs (11 earned) ... Made her first appearance in a start against Illinois-Chicago (Feb. 6) and pitched 3.1 innings for a no-decision ... Walked nine ... Pitched at least two innings in five of the seven appearances. High School: A 2008 graduate of Twin Falls HS in Twin Falls, Idaho ... Lettered four years in both softball and volleyball and three in basketball ... Helped the Bruins to three High County Conference championships in softball ... In three trips to the state tournament, the Bruins finished second once (2008) and fifth twice (2005 and 2007) ... Won two conference titles in basketball with back-to-back fourthplace showings in state ... Earned softball player of the year honors three times, while being named to four all-region teams ... Played ASA travel ball with the Idaho Pain and the Idaho Golden Gloves. Personal: Amber Marie Petersen was born on Oct. 9, 1989, in Twin Falls, Idaho ... The daughter of Ken and Tammy Petersen ... Has one brother, Ryan ... Majoring in elementary education.

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Career Statistics YR ERA W-L APP GS CG SV IP H 09 4.09 11-7 33 18 2 4 109.2 145

UNLV: A one-time Mountain West Conference ScholarAthlete award recipient.

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MEET THE REBELS Brianna Bolinger

Paige Emerson

5-10 ~ Sophomore ~ Pitcher Yucaipa, Calif. UC Riverside Yucaipa HS

5-8 ~ Sophomore ~ Outfield Rocklin, Calif. Rocklin HS

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UNLV: Transfers to UNLV after playing her freshman season (2009) at Pacific.

2009: UC Riverside - Played in four contests as a substitute offensively ... Saw action in the circle once as a relief pitcher ... Allowed two runs (both earned) and one walk.

2009: Pacific - Tabbed to the Big West Conference's Second Team as an outfielder and utility player ... Was the only freshman to earn all-conference honors on the second team ... Led the squad in batting average (.338), runs (31), triples (two) and sacrifice hits (12) ... Finished second in at-bats (148), hits (50) and slugging percentage (.392), while tying for second in total bases (58) ... Started 44 of 45 contests played in, while splitting time between the outfield and shortstop ... Had four doubles and 14 RBI ... Had 15 multiple-hit games, which included three three-hit efforts: Saint Mary's (G2-Feb. 19), Illinois (Feb. 27) and Northern Illinois (G2-March 9) ... Had four multiple-RBI games (two RBI in each): Saint Mary's (G2-Feb. 19), Santa Clara (Feb. 21), Texas Tech (Feb. 28) and Bowling Green (March 12) ... Had six multiple-run games, which included one four-score contest against Santa Clara (March 20) ... Owned an eight-game hitting streak that began against Saint Mary's (G2-Feb. 19) and included a .469 batting average, 15 hits (two doubles), seven RBI, three multiple-RBI games, 11 runs and three multiple-run games ... Had one multiple-walk game with two walks against UC Riverside (G2-April 10).

High School: A 2008 graduate of Yucaipa HS in Yucaipa, Calif. ... Lettered three years in softball and once in track and field in 2008 ... Helped the Thunderbirds reach CIF all three years ... Team finished second in league play in 2005 and 2006 and third in 2007 ... Named to the All-Citrus Belt League First Team in 2006 ... Volunteered as a basketball coach for fifth- and sixth-grade girls and gave pitching lessons, as well ... Played ASA travel ball with the Dynasty. Personal: Brianna Mary Bolinger was born May 9, 1990, in Yucaipa, Calif. ... The daughter of Greg and Juanita Bolinger ... Has four siblings: Brandon, Brittany, Brandi and Brooke ... Comes from an athletic family: Father (Greg) played football at Weber State in 1981 and played in the National Football League for the Oakland Raiders (1984-87), sister (Brittany) was a four-year softball letterwinner (2006-09) at UNLV and brother (Brandon) played football at Chaffey College from 2003-05 ... Is one of five kids in her family, all with names that begin with Br ... Majoring in kinesiology.

Career Statistics at UC Riverside YR AVG GP-GS AB 09 .000 4-0 4

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R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB BB HBP SO 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

YR ERA W-L APP GS CG SV 09 99.00 0-0 1 0 0 0

IP 0.0

H 0

R 2

ER BB SO 2 1 0

High School: A 2008 graduate of Rocklin HS in Rocklin, Calif. ... Lettered four years in softball ... Named to the All-Sierra Foothill League First Team as a junior and senior ... As a senior, amassed a career-high .528 batting average with 15 extra-base hits (six doubles, five home runs and four triples), while scoring 21 runs and knocking in 23 RBI ... As a junior, hit a team-best .424 to earn the Silver Bat awards and added 26 RBI and 13 runs scored ... Played ASA travel ball with the Runnin' Rebels Gold team, which won the 2007 American Fastpitch Association's Under-18 National Championship. Personal: Paige Emerson was born Jan. 31, 1990, in Visalia, Calif. ... The daughter of Craig and Monica Emerson ... Has two sisters, Sara and Nichole ... Majoring in physical education.

Career Statistics at Pacific YR AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB BB HBP SO 09 .338 45-44 148 31 50 4 2 0 14 58 9 1 19


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MEET THE REBELS Kylie Wagner

Samantha Henry

5-5 ~ Sophomore ~ Pitcher Orange, Calif. Evansville Yucaipa HS

5-4 ~ Freshman ~ Catcher Concord, Calif. Carondelet HS

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2009: Evansville - Tabbed to the Missouri Valley Conference's First Team as the designated player/utility ... Was the only freshman to earn all-conference first team honors ... Named the MVC's Player of the Week on April 13 ... Led the team in batting average (.370) and on-base percentage (.463) ... Finished second in hits (47), RBI (26), slugging percentage (.567) and hit-by-pitch (eight), while tying for second in walks (14) ... Offensively, started 41 of 45 contests played in ... Had 10 doubles and five home runs ... Hit a home run in four consecutive games ... Had 14 runs scored ... Had 16 multiple-hit games, which included three as three-hit contests ... Had eight multiple-RBI games, which included two three-RBI contests against Bradley (April 11) and Southern Illinois (April 23) ... Had three multiple-run games with two runs scored in each ... Owned a hitting streak of 11 games that began against Northern Iowa (April 5) and included a .600 batting average, 21 hits (five home runs and two doubles), 13 RBI and six runs ... Hit .750 with nine hits (four home runs), a 1.750 slugging percentage, seven RBI and four runs to take the MVC Player of the Week award ... In the circle, made 30 appearances with 20 starts ... Tied for first on the pitching staff in wins (seven) ... Finished second in appearances (30), starts (20), complete games (eight), shutouts (one), innings pitched (146.0) and strikeouts (64) ... Had an overall record of 7-16 ... Struck out five or more batters in a game on three occasions and at least one batter in 24 appearances ... Struck out six batters against Indiana (April 1) ... Allowed 178 hits and 86 runs (69 earned) ... Walked 36 ... Threw at least five innings in 12 starts, which included eight starts of seven or more innings ... Threw 10.0 innings in a 2-1 loss to Northern Iowa (April 5). High School: A 2008 graduate of El Modena HS in Orange, Calif. ... Lettered four years in softball ... Helped the Vanguards win the 2008 CIF Championship and back-to-back Century League Championships in 2007 and 2008 ... Named the CIF's Pitcher of the Year once and the Century League's Pitcher of the Year twice ... Selected MVP once ... Set school record for batting average ... Chosen to the All-CIF First Team twice ... Played ASA travel ball with the So-Cal Xplosion. Personal: Kylie Arianna Wagner was born Jan. 15, 1990, in Orange, Calif. ... The daughter of Robert and Barbara Wagner ... Has two siblings, Haylie and Tyler ... Majoring in communications.

Career Statistics at Evansville YR AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB BB HBP SO 09 .370 45-41 127 14 47 10 0 5 26 72 14 8 18 YR ERA W-L APP GS CG SV IP H 09 3.31 7-16 30 20 8 0 146.0 178

R 86

ER BB SO 69 36 64

2009: Sat out 2009 as a redshirt. High School: A 2008 graduate of Carondelet HS in Concord, Calif. ... Lettered four years in softball ... Named to the NCS Honorable Mention Team and chosen Most Inspirational in 2008 ... Was a second team allleague member in 2007 ... Earned the coaches award in 2006 ... Tabbed a Scholastic Athlete each year of high school ... Played ASA travel ball, most recently with the Cal Bears. Personal: Samantha Kelly Henry was born on May 10, 1990, in Walnut Creek, Calif. ... The daughter of Matthew and Jessica Henry ... Has three siblings: Valerie, Jarred and Wade ... Majoring in communications.

Laura King 5-7 ~ Freshman ~ Outfield Camarillo, Calif. Adolfo Camarillo HS

28 2009: Sat out 2009 as a redshirt. High School: A 2008 graduate of Adolfo Camarillo HS in Camarillo, Calif. ... Lettered two years in softball and once in soccer ... Helped the Scorpions to Pacific View League championships in 2006 in soccer and softball ... Named to the league's second team as a junior and senior in softball ... Chosen as the Scorpions' best outfielder in 2008 ... Played ASA travel ball with the So Cal Diamonds the past two seasons. Personal: Laura Allison King was born Sept. 28, 1990, in Ventura, Calif. ... The daughter of Dennis and Beth King ‌ Has two siblings: Jenna and Amy ... Majoring in accounting.


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Tayler Aleman

Kelley Schroeder

5-8 ~ Freshman ~ Infielder Las Vegas, Nev. Sierra Vista HS

5-8 ~ Freshman ~ Infielder Laguna Hills, Calif. Laguna Hills HS

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High School: A 2009 graduate of Sierra Vista HS in Las Vegas, Nev. ... Lettered four years in softball ... Helped the Mountain Lions to back-toback league championships during the 2005-06 and 200607 seasons ... Team was regional champions and finished third in the state tournament during the 2005-06 season ... Led the state in RBI in 2005-06 campaign ... Named all-state first team in 2006-07 and second team in 2005-06 ... Selected an Adidas Top 100 Athlete in the nation in 2007 ... Injuries limited her play during her junior and senior seasons ... Played ASA travel ball with the Lil' Rebels Elite for four seasons, which included winning the state championship in 2005-06 season. Personal: Tayler Joy Aleman was born on March 6, 1991, in Las Vegas, Nev. ... The daughter of Randel and Jeanne Aleman ... Has two brothers, Randel and Kolten ... Brother (Randel) wrestled at Arizona State for two years ... Majoring in recreation.

High School: A 2009 graduate of Laguna Hills HS in Laguna Hills, Calif. ... Lettered four years in softball and once in volleyball ... Helped the Hawks to three consecutive Pacific Coast League championships and one runner-up finish (2009) ... Named the Hawks’ best defensive player. Personal: Kelley Marie Schroeder was born on Nov. 6, 1990, in San Diego, Calif. ... The daughter of Joseph and Karen Schroeder ... Has two siblings, Kasey and Marc ... Majoring in hospitality management.

Tara Woodall 5-3 ~ Freshman ~ Catcher Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. Alta Loma HS

16 High School: A 2009 graduate of Alta Loma HS in Alta Loma, Calif. ... Lettered four years in softball and once in cross country ... Helped the Braves to a CIF Southern Selection in 2007 and a third place league finish in 2008 ... Named to the Baseline League's First Team all four years of softball ... Selected team MVP sophomore through senior seasons and best offensive player in 2005 ... Played ASA travel ball with the So Cal Crunch 18 Gold. Personal: Tara L. Woodall was born Feb. 15, 1991, in Fontana, Calif. ... The daughter of Robert and Karen Woodall ... Has one brother, Ryan ... Majoring in psychology.


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REBELS IN PHOTOS: FRIENDS OF JACLYN Jenna Jackson 4-6 ~ Third Grade ~ Logandale, Nev.

To Learn More, Go To: www.friendsofjaclyn.org Jenna Jackson is an eight-year-old from nearby Logandale, Nev., who was diagnosed with a medulloblastoma, a malignant brain tumor, on July 1, 2009. Within 48 hours of her diagnosis, she underwent brain surgery. She has since completed radiation and has begun chemotherapy treatments. Jenna Rae Jackson was born September 5, 2001, in Las Vegas. She is the daughter of Joe and Dione Jackson. She has two older siblings, Makayla (12) and Logan (9). She loves sports; drawing and coloring; animals, especially her dog, Princess; and hanging out with her friends. The softball program and Jenna have spent a significant amount of time together and have been in frequent communication. Jenna has come out and watched the team play some of their fall ball games, while the team has made trips to visit her at Sunrise Hospital and Medical Center The Jackson family and UNLV softball were brought together through The Friends of Jaclyn Foundation, which is non-profit, charitable organization that improves the quality of life for children with pediatric brain tumors and their families. FOJ is all about love, support and friendship. The organization matches a child with a college or high school sports team based on geographic location. Once the team and child have been matched, there is a ceremonial adoption. The relationship is a priceless gift. The gift is in the relationship; a child is gaining a loving support network and the team is gaining an insight into the value of life and the power of love. The result of this connection is mutual respect, support, friendship and love. Currently, there are over 120 children paired with collegiate and high school teams in 17 different sports. There are over 1,000 schools waiting to adopt. The Foundation was inspired by Jaclyn Murphy, who was diagnosed with a medulloblastoma, in March 2004, when she was nine-years-old. Jaclyn's strength and courage, relentless spirit and joy for life are an inspiration to those who know her. Jaclyn's wish is "for all the children in the hospitals to be healed." Jaclyn was adopted by the Northwestern women's lacrosse team.

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REBELS IN PHOTOS: IN THE COMMUNITY UNLV Softball In The Community Throughout the years, UNLV softball has given back to the community in one way or another. The Rebel program has been big supporters of helping others. Below are just some of the efforts that the softball team has volunteered to help over the years.

Rebel Reading Challenge Nevada Childhood Cancer Foundation’s Champions Run For Life Best Bones Forever Opportunity Village Freinds of Jaclyn Special Olympics UNLV Kids Day Santa Clothes Blood Drives

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2009 REVIEW

Season Closedown The 2009 softball season came to a close for the UNLV Rebels in Los Angeles on May 16, following a 13-inning scrap with the Long Beach State 49ers. The Rebels were defeated 3-1 in the marathon elimination game. UNLV had earned its ninth trip to the postseason, as it was awarded an at-large berth into the NCAA Tournament. The Rebels were sent to the Los Angeles Regional, which was hosted by the #2national seed UCLA Bruins. Joining UNLV, LBSU and UCLA in Los Angeles were the Fresno State Bulldogs.

member softball contingent, as the trio made the academic list for the first time.

More MWC Smart Kids The Rebels had a program-best eight recognized for the 2008-09 MWC Scholar-Athlete Award. Four of those Rebels (Brittany Bolinger, Jaci Hull, Marissa Nichols and Brittany Meade) were repeat selections, while the other four were first-time honorees. Rounding out UNLV's eight members were Kara Bendt, Tara Bendt, Korin Cuico and Amber Petersen.

Chasing History

UNLV faced Fresno State in the first round, but suffered a 2-1 loss. The Rebels took an early 1-0 lead after scoring their run in the third, but watched as the Bulldogs struck for single tallies in the fourth and fifth innings.

The 2009 UNLV Rebels did quite a bit of offensive work and it showed up in their overall statistics. Last year’s squad ranked highly compared to Rebel teams of the past (dating back to 1985) even though they only played 52 games.

The loss propelled UNLV into the elimination game with LBSU. The 49ers struck first with a solo home run in the second only to see Jaci Hull homer in the sixth to knot the game at 1-1. Ultimately, the 49ers would prevail with a two-run walk-off home run in the bottom of the 13th to end UNLV’s season.

Last year’s edition broke three records, as they shattered previous bests in RBI, slugging and onbase percentages. The team knocked in 260 RBI, which surpassed the 257 RBI by the 1995 squad. The team slugged .466 and owned an on-base percentage of .384, which beat the respective averages .448 and .370, put up by the ‘95 team.

MWC Quartet

The 2009 team finished second in batting average (.300), runs (294) and home runs (48). The 1995 team owns the batting average (.305) and runs (298) titles, while the 2005 version smashed a record-setting 50 homers.

Jaci Hull, Marissa Nichols, Kendall Fearn and Ashli Holland were named to the 20-member AllMountain West Conference Team, as voted on by the league’s six head coaches.

Other Team Superlatives:

Rebel Superlatives Last year’s edition of the UNLV Rebels stacked up highly in many of the team statistical categories. In the run category, the Rebels scored 294 times (record is 298 in 1995), which made five straight years of at least 243 tallies. Prior to 2005, that figure had only been accomplished once (1995: 298). In the home run category, the Rebels hit 48 homers (record is 50 in 2005), which made five straight years of at least 43. Prior to 2005, that figure had only been accomplished once (1995: 43). In the RBI category, the Rebels produced 257 tallies (record is 257 in 1995), which made five straight years of at least 205. Prior to 2005, that figure had only been accomplished once (1995: 257).

Let’s Go Streaking The UNLV Rebels reeled off a 10-game winning streak (March 6-20), which went down as the second-longest run in the program’s history. The 10game stretch ranked second only to the 15-gamer reeled off by the 1995 Women’s College World Series squad.

Just Once The UNLV Rebels tied the best 17-game stretch in program history with a 16-1 mark thanks to a victory over Dartmouth (March 20). The 1995 Women’s College World Series team owned the record for 14 years prior to 2009’s matching.

All four student-athletes were no stranger to the honor, as they each have been recognized at least once previously. It was Hull’s third time on the AllMWC squad, while Nichols, Holland and Fearn made their second appearances.

-Second to have four players reach the 30-run milestone in a single season (2007).

ESPN Smart Kids

-Third to have three players reach the 20-walk milestone in a single season (1995, 1996).

The UNLV Rebels tied the best 18-game stretch in program history with a 16-2 mark after their first two games at the Capital Classic (March 20-21). The 1995 Women’s College World Series team solely owned the record for 14 years prior to 2009’s matching.

-Fourth to have three players reach the 30-RBI milestone in a single season (1995, 2001, 2005).

Just Twice, Part II

Individual Superlatives:

The UNLV Rebels tied the best 19-game stretch in program history with a 17-2 mark after the three games played in the Capital Classic (March 20-21). The 1995 Women’s College World Series team solely owned the record for 14 years prior to 2009’s matching.

Three UNLV softball student-athletes were named to ESPN The Magazine’s Academic All-District Eight Teams. Jaci Hull and Brittany Bolinger were tabbed to the first team, while Marissa Nichols was selected to the second team. This was the second consecutive year that Hull and Bolinger were bestowed this award. Hull was a first team member in 2008, while Bolinger was on the second squad.

MWC Smart Kids UNLV softball had 12 student-athletes named to the 2009 Spring Academic All-Mountain West Conference Team, including nine repeat selections. Five-time selection Brittany Meade led the team, which had the third-most selections in the program's history. Other repeat honorees included Brittany Bolinger, Stephanie Bregante, Laura Briones, Chey Farley, Kendall Fearn, Jaci Hull, Marissa Nichols and Ashli Holland. Tara Bendt, Korin Cuico and Elena Fata rounded out the 12-

-Third to have two players reach the 10-home run milestone in a single season (2002, 2007).

-Alyssia De La Torre became only the second player to record at least five doubles, five triples and five home runs in a single season (Marissa Nichols in 2005 with 17 doubles, eight triples and 18 home runs). De La Torre finished the year with six doubles, five triples and five home run. -Jaci Hull became only the second player to record at least 50 hits and 50 RBI in a single season (Kim Rondina in 1995 with 88 hits and 58 RBI). Hull finished with 53 hits and 51 RBI. -Jaci Hull became only the second player to record at least 50 RBI in a single season (Kim Rondina in 1995 with 58 RBI). Hull finished with 51 RBI.

Just Twice

Twenty Twenty The UNLV Rebel offense smashed the program’s record for most hits in a game with 20 against Dartmouth (March 20). The previous record was 17, which was originally set vs. Pacific (April 13, 1993) and later matched in 2006 against Longwood (March 18).


2009 STATISTICS

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Batting ## 03 21 37 07 30 23 06 18 09 14 27 15 99 11 20 25 13

Player BENDT, Tara HULL, Jaci FEARN, Kendall HOLLAND, Ashli DE LA TORRE, Alyssia NICHOLS, Marissa MEADE, Brittany BOLINGER, Brittany FATA, Elena SANCHEZ, Stefani BRIONES, Laura FARLEY, Chey CUICO, Korin BERNARDI, Bri ADDISON, Erica BARRY, Jessica ESTRADA, Axie

TOTALS OPPONENTS

AVG GP .379 37 .335 52 .326 52 .323 52 .321 47 .318 51 .315 31 .288 52 .255 41 .250 35 .243 45 .212 26 .200 32 .156 14 .077 10 .000 2 .000 1 .300 .294

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GS 25 52 52 52 45 51 29 52 34 0 38 10 9 14 5 0 0

AB 66 158 144 161 134 154 73 156 98 4 111 33 25 32 13 0 0

R 13 38 22 26 35 37 6 42 17 8 19 11 10 7 3 0 0

H 25 53 47 52 43 49 23 45 25 1 27 7 5 5 1 0 0

2B 1 11 10 11 6 10 2 5 3 0 4 1 0 1 0 0 0

3B HR RBI TB 0 0 3 26 2 12 51 104 0 7 34 78 2 2 36 73 5 5 25 74 0 10 25 89 0 2 16 31 0 3 22 59 0 1 14 31 0 0 0 1 0 4 24 43 0 2 6 14 0 0 1 5 0 0 3 6 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

52 1362 294 408 65 52 1389 244 408 65

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48 260 635 49 220 632

SLG BB HBP SO DP OB SF SH .394 8 2 11 0 .461 0 4 .658 22 5 31 2 .430 1 1 .542 25 6 32 1 .443 1 5 .453 12 1 27 0 .367 3 4 .552 15 0 31 0 .389 0 2 .578 26 3 30 1 .426 0 4 .425 3 2 18 0 .354 1 1 .378 12 3 16 1 .343 4 15 .316 11 4 17 1 .351 1 2 .250 0 0 2 0 .250 0 0 .387 10 1 27 0 .309 1 4 .424 5 1 7 0 .333 0 2 .200 10 2 14 0 .459 0 1 .188 2 0 8 0 .206 0 1 .077 3 0 4 0 .250 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0

SB ATT PO A E FLD 2 2 17 0 0 1.000 1 2 82 96 17 .913 1 1 355 25 5 .987 1 2 111 105 9 .960 1 1 24 4 2 .933 6 8 43 4 2 .959 0 0 16 43 7 .894 1 4 47 6 2 .964 0 0 29 49 10 .886 2 3 0 1 0 1.000 1 1 210 34 2 .992 0 2 2 0 0 1.000 2 2 4 1 0 1.000 0 0 74 6 1 .988 0 0 0 1 1 .500 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 2 0 0 1.000

.466 164 .455 149

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30 275 37 256

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.384 12 .376 6

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28 1018 438 68 63 990 398 73

.955 .950

LOB - Team (331), Opp (362). DPs turned - Team (10), Opp (10). CI - Team (1), BRIONES 1, Opp (1). IBB - Team (4), HULL 2, NICHOLS 1, FEARN 1, Opp (4). Picked off FATA 1.

Pitching ## 08 02 88 01 04

Player BENDT, Kara ODEGARD, Traci BREGANTE, Stephanie O'CONNOR, Jessica PETERSEN, Amber

TOTALS OPPONENTS

ERA 0.00 3.58 4.03 4.09 4.53 3.92 4.88

W L APP GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2.0 3 9 6 25 15 7 3 1 2 97.2 114 11 7 29 18 6 2 0 0 113.0 121 11 7 33 18 2 0 2 4 109.2 145 0 1 7 1 0 0 1 0 17.0 25 31 21 21 31

52 52 52 52

15 21

7 3

2 0

R ER 1 0 60 50 76 65 88 64 19 11

BB 1 26 61 52 9

SO 2B 3 0 71 19 99 18 74 22 9 6

6 339.1 408 244 190 149 256 3 330.0 408 294 230 164 275

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3B HR AB B/Avg WP HBP SFA SHA 0 0 10 .300 1 1 0 0 2 10 398 .286 1 20 0 9 3 22 446 .271 11 13 3 20 1 13 456 .318 5 3 3 12 0 4 79 .316 2 0 0 1 6 9

49 1389 .294 48 1362 .300

20 43

37 30

6 12

42 46

PB - Team (10), BRIONES 5, BERNARDI 5, Opp (7). Pickoffs - Team (5), BRIONES 5, Opp (1). SBA/ATT - BRIONES (37-46), BREGANTE (17-21), O'CONNOR (12-21), ODEGARD (17-18), BERNARDI (12-17), PETERSEN (3-3).

Fielding ## 03 99 13 15 08 14 27 11 37 18 02 07 23 30 21 06 09 01 88 04 20 25

Player BENDT, Tara CUICO, Korin ESTRADA, Axie FARLEY, Chey BENDT, Kara SANCHEZ, Stefani BRIONES, Laura BERNARDI, Bri FEARN, Kendall BOLINGER, Brittany ODEGARD, Traci HOLLAND, Ashli NICHOLS, Marissa DE LA TORRE, Alyssia HULL, Jaci MEADE, Brittany FATA, Elena O'CONNOR, Jessica BREGANTE, Stephanie PETERSEN, Amber ADDISON, Erica BARRY, Jessica

TOTALS OPPONENTS

C 17 5 2 2 1 1 246 81 385 55 26 225 49 30 195 66 88 23 19 6 2 0

PO 17 4 2 2 0 0 210 74 355 47 2 111 43 24 82 16 29 0 0 0 0 0

A 0 1 0 0 1 1 34 6 25 6 23 105 4 4 96 43 49 20 15 4 1 0

E 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 5 2 1 9 2 2 17 7 10 3 4 2 1 0

FLD 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .992 .988 .987 .964 .962 .960 .959 .933 .913 .894 .886 .870 .789 .667 .500 .000

DPs 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 1 0 7 1 1 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

1524 1018 1461 990

438 398

68 73

.955 .950

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SBA CSB 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 37 9 12 5 0 0 0 0 17 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 9 17 4 3 0 0 0 0 0 49 18

14 10

SBA PB 0 0 0 0 0 0 .804 5 .706 5 0 0 .944 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .571 0 .810 0 1.000 0 0 0 .778 .643

10 7

CI 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1

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2009 RESULTS

Record: 31-21 / Home: 18-9 / Away: 6-5 / Neutral: 7-7 Date 02-06-09 02-06-09 02-07-09 02-08-09 02-13-09 02-13-09 02-14-09 02-15-09 02-15-09 02-20-09 02-20-09 02-21-09 02-22-09 02-22-09 02-26-09 02-27-09 02-27-09 02-28-09 02-28-09 03-01-09 03-06-09 03-06-09 03-07-09 03-08-09 03-13-09 03-13-09 03-14-09 03-14-09 03-15-09 03-20-09 03-20-09 03-21-09 04-04-09 04-05-09 04-07-09 04-07-09 04-10-09 04-11-09 04-12-09 04-16-09 04-17-09 04-18-09 04-23-09 04-24-09 04-25-09 04-26-09 04-30-09 05-01-09 05-02-09 05-09-09 05-15-09 05-16-09

Opponent MARSHALL-1 ILLINOIS-CHICAGO-1 SETON HALL-1 SETON HALL-1 SOUTHERN MISS-2 #04/04 UCLA-2 SAINT LOUIS-2 KENTUCKY-2 #18/21 NEVADA, RENO-2 vs Nebraska-3 vs Georgia Tech-3 vs #02/02 Florida-3 vs Long Island-3 vs Cal Poly-3 DRAKE-4 WRIGHT STATE-4 FLORIDA ATLANTIC-4 DRAKE-4 LOYOLA MARYMOUNT-4 FLORIDA ATLANTIC-4 UC SANTA BARBARA-5 TEXAS TECH-5 UC SANTA BARBARA-5 NOTRE DAME-5 vs Canisius-6 vs Sacramento State-6 vs Long Beach State-6 at San Jose State-6 vs UC Davis-6 vs Dartmouth-7 vs #10/.07 California-7 at Sacramento State-7 SAN DIEGO STATE* SAN DIEGO STATE* at #05/08 Arizona State at #05/08 Arizona State NEW MEXICO* COLORADO STATE* COLORADO STATE* vs Utah*-8 at BYU* at BYU* at Northern Colorado at Colorado State* at New Mexico* at New Mexico* BYU* UTAH* UTAH* at San Diego State* vs Fresno State-9 vs Long Beach State-9

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Score 8-0 7-5 8-0 7-13 6-2 7-9 18-3 1-7 0-9 1-9 4-3 1-5 2-8 8-5 3-2 9-0 3-1 4-3 8-0 4-5 5-2 6-0 5-4 5-3 8-2 7-3 4-2 4-0 5-3 18-0 0-8 9-8 1-2 0-5 10-20 2-15 8-7 1-4 12-4 7-9 1-7 2-5 8-1 7-6 12-1 8-4 1-6 14-4 12-8 1-7 1-2 1-3

R-H-E 8-10-1 7-8-1 8-9-3 7-10-5 6-6-1 7-6-0 18-13-2 1-2-2 0-2-1 1-2-1 4-7-1 1-4-1 2-6-0 8-9-1 3-4-0 9-9-1 3-8-1 4-8-1 8-8-0 4-8-1 5-7-1 6-10-0 5-7-4 5-8-0 8-12-1 7-12-1 4-11-2 4-3-1 5-6-1 18-20-1 0-3-1 9-9-0 1-5-1 0-1-2 10-10-3 2-5-0 8-11-1 1-4-3 12-16-2 7-9-2 1-4-1 2-2-1 8-11-2 7-10-2 12-14-0 8-10-1 1-4-3 14-16-1 12-10-2 1-3-4 1-6-0 1-10-0

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

() extra inning game * Mountain West Conference game 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9)

Sportco Kick-Off Classic (Las Vegas) Louisville Slugger Desert Classic (Las Vegas) Cathedral City Classic (Cathedral City, Calif.) Eller Media Stadium Tournament (Las Vegas) UNLV Invitational (Las Vegas) National Invitational Softball Tournament (San Jose, Calif.) Capital Classic (Sacramento, Calif.) Game played at Salt Lake Community College (Salt Lake City, Utah - neutral) NCAA Tournament, Los Angeles Regional at UCLA

Inns 5 7 6 7 7 7 5 7 5 5 7 7 7 7 7 5 7 7 5 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 5 6 7 7 7 6 5 (8) 7 6 7 7 7 7 7 5 7 7 6 7 7 7 (13)

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

MWC 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-0 0-2-0 0-2-0 0-2-0 1-2-0 1-3-0 2-3-0 2-4-0 2-5-0 2-6-0 2-6-0 3-6-0 4-6-0 5-6-0 5-7-0 6-7-0 7-7-0 7-8-0 7-8-0 7-8-0

Pitcher of Record ODEGARD (W 1-0) O'CONNOR (W 1-0) ODEGARD (W 2-0) PETERSEN (L 0-1) O'CONNOR (W 2-0) ODEGARD (L 2-1) O'CONNOR (W 3-0) ODEGARD (L 2-2) O'CONNOR (L 3-1) ODEGARD (L 2-3) ODEGARD (W 3-3) BREGANTE (L 0-1) ODEGARD (L 3-4) O'CONNOR (W 4-1) O'CONNOR (W 5-1) BREGANTE (W 1-1) ODEGARD (W 4-4) BREGANTE (W 2-1) ODEGARD (W 5-4) O'CONNOR (L 5-2) ODEGARD (W 6-4) BREGANTE (W 3-1) O'CONNOR (W 6-2) O'CONNOR (W 7-2) BREGANTE (W 4-1) ODEGARD (W 7-4) BREGANTE (W 5-1) ODEGARD (W 8-4) BREGANTE (W 6-1) O'CONNOR (W 8-2) BREGANTE (L 6-2) BREGANTE (W 7-2) BREGANTE (L 7-3) O'CONNOR (L 8-3) ODEGARD (L 8-5) BREGANTE (L 7-4) O'CONNOR (W 9-3) O'CONNOR (L 9-4) ODEGARD (W 9-5) O'CONNOR (L 9-5) ODEGARD (L 9-6) O'CONNOR (L 9-6) BREGANTE (W 8-4) O'CONNOR (W 10-6) O'CONNOR (W 11-6) BREGANTE (W 9-4) O'CONNOR (L 11-7) BREGANTE (W 10-4) BREGANTE (W 11-4) BREGANTE (L 11-5) BREGANTE (L 11-6) BREGANTE (L 11-7)

Attend 0 356 0 206 0 606 446 0 356 0 366 366 0 466 176 0 246 0 266 146 0 216 326 736 0 106 176 126 106 66 216 186 416 336 0 826 236 236 186 106 352 322 126 152 694 1044 296 286 296 406 582 807

Time 1:21 2:00 2:18 2:21 2:13 2:34 1:55 2:10 1:20 1:18 2:10 2:05 1:47 2:06 1:35 1:45 1:28 1:55 1:18 1:55 1:55 2:00 2:10 1:50 1:55 1:57 2:37 2:14 2:00 1:15 2:05 2:22 2:05 2:00 2:26 1:24 2:19 2:10 2:20 2:20 2:40 1:59 2:27 2:40 1:30 2:28 2:10 2:09 3:00 2:00 1:51 4:00


2009 MWC AWARDS MWC Final Standings

MWC Pitcher / Player of the Week

Conference 1. 2. 3. 3. 5. 6.

Team BYU San Diego State UNLV Colorado State Utah New Mexico

W 12 10 7 7 4 4

L 2 5 8 8 10 11

Pct. .857 .667 .467 .467 .286 .267

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Overall W 40 33 31 26 22 13

L 18 20 21 25 31 35

T 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pct. .690 .623 .596 .510 .415 .271

Louisville Slugger / NFCA Awards All-America (3rd Team)

All-Region (1st Team)

Jessica Purcell, C, BYU

Jessica Purcell, C, BYU Angeline Quiocho, Utl., BYU Andrea Ramirez, 1B, BYU Christie Zinanti, P, BYU Caitlen Stem, SS, CSU Christine Thomsen, 1B, CSU

Week

Pitcher, School

Player, School

Feb. 10 Feb. 17 Feb. 24 Mar. 03 Mar. 10 Mar. 17 Mar. 24 Mar. 31 Apr. 07 Apr. 14 Apr. 21 Apr. 28 May 05 May 12

Traci Odegard, UNLV Ashley Smuda, Utah Samantha Beasley, SDSU Kelli Eubanks, CSU Bailey Micetich, SDSU Samantha Beasley, SDSU Paige Affleck, BYU Christie Zinanti, BYU Samantha Beasley, SDSU Bailey Micetich, SDSU Samantha Beasley, SDSU Christie Zinanti, BYU Christie Zinanti, BYU Bailey Micetich, SDSU

Alyssia De La Torre, UNLV Whitney Holm, Utah Shaunte Duarte, UNM Jessica Camello, SDSU Jessica Purcell, BYU Brittany Knudson, SDSU Monica Gonzales, BYU Andrea Ramirez, BYU Angeline Quiocho, BYU Jessica Purcell, BYU Jessica Purcell, BYU Ashli Holland, UNLV Andrea Ramirez, BYU Kara Foster, Utah

MWC All-Conference Team Player, Pos., School

Player, Pos., School

Kendall Fearn, 1B, UNLV Ashli Holland, 2B, UNLV Jaci Hull, SS, UNLV Marissa Nichols, OF, UNLV Paige Affleck, P, BYU Jessica Purcell, C, BYU Angeline Quiocho, OF, BYU Andrea Ramirez, 1B, BYU Christie Zinanti, P, BYU Kelli Eubanks, P, CSU

Caitlan Stem, SS, CSU Samantha Hughes, OF, UNM Analise Rubalcava, DP, UNM Samantha Beasley, P, SDSU Erin Floros, C, SDSU Brittany Knudson, OF, SDSU Tonye McCorkle, OF, SDSU Bailey Micetich, P, SDSU Angie Boardman, OF, UU Kara Foster, OF, UU

Player of the Year – Jessica Purcell, BYU Pitcher of the Year – Christie Zinanti, BYU Freshman of the Year – Bailey Micetich, SDSU Coach of the Year – Gordon Eakin, BYU

Academic All-MWC Kendall Fearn

Ashli Holland

Jaci Hull

Marissa Nichols

Player, School

Player, School

Tara Bendt, UNLV Brittany Bolinger, UNLV Stephanie Bregante, UNLV Laura Briones, UNLV Korin Cuico, UNLV Chey Farley, UNLV Elena Fata, UNLV Kendall Fearn, UNLV Ashli Holland, UNLV Jaci Hull, UNLV Brittany Meade, UNLV Marissa Nichols, UNLV Paige Affleck, BYU Kim Klabough, CSU Allison Majam, CSU Ashley Munoz, CSU Michelle Reynolds, CSU Lyssa Roberts, CSU Cristin Anderson, UNM Erin Brandow, UNM

Shenise Cox, UNM Jessica Garcia, UNM Katie Gilmore, UNM Kerry Hodgins, UNM Samantha Hughes, UNM Jessica Lujan-Dresslar, UNM Analise Rubalcava, UNM Monica Alnes, SDSU Katy Erickson, SDSU Erin Floros, SDSU Brittany Knudson, SDSU Stefanie Quichocho-Rosario, SDSU Ashley Rose, SDSU Dani Sidoti, SDSU Hannah Clements, UU Joni Cook, UU Staci Hemingway, UU Andrea Hoffman, UU Jasey Jensen, UU


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2009 MWC REVIEW Home Runs

MWC Final Statistics Hitting Team BYU UNLV New Mexico Colorado State San Diego State Utah

AVG. .320 .300 .287 .281 .259 .256

AB 1609 1362 1281 1358 1401 1356

R 338 294 207 201 194 196

H 515 408 368 381 363 347

2B 91 65 79 53 47 49

3B 10 9 4 9 10 8

HR 48 48 23 17 12 58

RBI 299 260 189 179 163 176

ERA 1.87 1.91 3.67 3.92 4.76 6.01

IP 396.0 369.2 335.2 339.1 342.1 312.0

R 146 128 228 244 276 323

ER 106 101 176 190 233 268

H 297 310 395 408 405 494

SO 420 407 232 256 222 75

BB SHO 210 15 98 18 94 7 149 7 175 6 175 2

Purcell, BYU Ramirez, BYU Stem, CSU Quiocho, BYU Hughes, UNM Foster, UU Messerschmidt, BYU Hull, UNLV Krogh, CSU Thomsen, CSU

69 69 64 64 58 56 55 53 53 53

Pitching Team BYU San Diego State Colorado State UNLV Utah New Mexico

Hits

Hitting Batting Average Ramirez, BYU Quiocho, BYU Purcell, BYU Hughes, UNM Stem, CSU Thorsen, CSU Messerschmidt, BYU Rubalcava, UNM Foster, UU Majam, CSU

.416 .416 .392 .387 .372 .368 .357 .343 .341 .341

Slugging Percentage Purcell, BYU Foster, UU Quiocho, BYU Hughes, UNM Hull, UNLV Ramirez, BYU Nichols, UNLV Stem, CSU De La Torre, UNLV Hopkins, BYU

.807 .756 .675 .660 .658 .633 .578 .576 .552 .543

On-Base Percentage Ramirez, BYU Purcell, BYU Rubalcava, UNM Messerschmidt, BYU Hughes, UNM Quiocho, BYU Fearn, UNLV Stem, CSU Delahoussaye, BYU Hull, UNLV

.489 .476 .471 .468 .457 .452 .443 .440 .431 .430

Runs Scored Messerschmidt, BYU Stem, CSU Purcell, BYU Quiocho, BYU Foster, UU Bolinger, UNLV Ramirez, BYU 4 tied at

48 44 44 43 42 42 39 38

Runs Batted In Purcell, BYU Hull, UNLV Ramirez, BYU Foster, UU Quiocho, BYU Gilmore, UNM Holland, UNLV Fearn, UNLV Hughes, UNM Thomsen, CSU

82 51 47 41 39 36 36 34 33 31

Doubles Hughes, UNM Purcell, BYU Ramirez, BYU Lopez, BYU Knudsen, SDSU Foster, UU Majam, CSU 5 tied at

17 16 16 14 13 12 12 11

Triples De La Torre, UNLV McCorkle, SDSU Quiocho, BYU Stem, CSU Purcell, BYU 6 tied at

5 4 4 3 3 2

Strikeouts

Foster, UU Purcell, BYU Hull, UNLV Nichols, UNLV Holm, UU Boardman, UU Hopkins, BYU Hughes, UNM Quiocho, BYU Fearn, UNLV

18 17 12 10 10 9 8 8 8 7

Total Bases 142 124 105 104 104 99 99 89 86 78

Earned Run Average 1.67 1.70 2.07 2.12 2.85 3.09 3.58 4.03 4.09 4.27

Opp. Batting Average .203 .204 .212 .242 .270 .270 .271 .277 .286 .304

Innings Pitched Affleck, BYU Zinanti, BYU Beasley, SDSU Micetich, SDSU Eubanks, CSU Rubalcava, UNM Smuda, UU Castro, UNM Bregante, UNLV Cook, UU

Zinanti, BYU Micetich, SDSU Affleck, BYU Beasley, SDSU Bregante, UNLV O’Connor, UNLV Smuda, UU Eubanks, CSU Odegard, UNLV Klabough, CSU

21 19 19 14 11 11 11 10 9 8

Losses

Pitching

Beasley, SDSU Zinanti, BYU Affleck, BYU Micetich, SDSU Smuda, UU Eubanks, CSU Bregante, UNLV Chaplin, CSU Odegard, UNLV Cook, UU

227 213 207 180 131 99 82 74 71 59

Wins

Purcell, BYU Foster, UU Ramirez, BYU Quiocho, BYU Hull, UNLV Stem, CSU Hughes, UNM Nichols, UNLV Holm, UU Fearn, UNLV

Zinanti, BYU Micetich, SDSU Affleck, BYU Beasley, SDSU Klabough, CSU Eubanks, CSU Odegard, UNLV Bregante, UNLV O’Connor, UNLV Smuda, UU

Beasley, SDSU Affleck, BYU Zinanti, BYU Micetich, SDSU Eubanks, CSU Bregante, UNLV Smuda, UU O’Connor, UNLV Odegard, UNLV Palmer, UU

202.2 193.1 188.0 181.2 167.2 127.1 124.2 121.1 113.0 110.0

Castro, UNM Rubalcava, UNM Beasley, SDSU Eubanks, CSU Smuda, UU Affleck, BYU Cook, UU Zinanti, BYU Palmer, UU 4 tied at

17 16 13 11 10 10 9 8 8 7

Appearances Affleck, BYU Beasley, SDSU Zinanti, BYU Micetich, SDSU Castro, UNM Rubalcava, UNM Smuda, UU Eubanks, CSU O’Connor, UNLV 2 tied at

44 41 40 38 37 37 35 34 33 29


YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS

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All-Time Hitting / Fielding YR 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985

AVG .300 .260 .284 .255 .276 .263 .207 .251 .257 .264 .285 .259 .253 .266 .305 .279 .291 .228 .247 .265 .243 .245 .225 .204 .218

GP 52 66 64 63 63 60 60 64 56 60 49 51 54 59 63 58 55 56 67 68 60 47 53 50 60

GS 52 66 64 63 63 60 60 64 56 60 49 51 54 59 63 58 55 56 67 68 60 47 53 50 60

AB 1362 1639 1664 1569 1645 1549 1476 1695 1459 1552 1289 1369 1391 1581 1664 1528 1523 1415 1809 1799 1683 1243 1440 1247 1465

R 294 283 290 243 290 182 120 220 192 202 184 166 191 234 298 215 202 152 208 161 167 116 114 91 163

H 408 426 472 400 454 408 305 425 375 410 368 354 352 421 508 426 443 323 446 476 409 305 324 255 319

2B 65 77 86 64 71 61 49 55 55 42 59 43 46 58 93 60 52 29 43 42 31 21 23 19 36

3B HR RBI TB SLG BB HBP SO OB SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD 9 48 260 635 .466 164 30 275 .384 12 46 18 28 1018 438 68 .955 12 43 238 656 .400 165 27 399 .336 10 49 77 96 1281 581 121 .937 13 45 237 719 .432 159 33 352 .357 6 54 85 111 1295 626 102 .950 3 44 205 602 .384 172 17 374 .332 14 39 48 63 1234 482 128 .931 18 50 247 711 .432 155 36 308 .350 7 32 59 71 1271 471 78 .957 6 9 157 508 .328 139 21 300 .332 2 55 36 51 1173 481 79 .954 2 12 99 394 .267 114 20 334 .272 4 54 30 45 1221 535 72 .961 6 34 185 594 .350 135 26 360 .314 8 47 44 57 1302 625 108 .947 4 25 174 513 .352 119 23 239 .321 8 56 37 56 1133 573 92 .949 2 33 176 555 .358 111 18 246 .319 7 62 26 33 1157 640 109 .943 3 38 176 547 .424 98 9 246 .339 7 37 11 19 930 526 94 .939 5 25 149 482 .352 142 12 194- 334 2 59 25 36 1055 427 73 .953 7 31 158 505 .363 138 12 228 .326 5 60 23 33 1067 497 100 .940 11 25 198 576 .364 188 17 260 .336 4 83 47 54 1228 621 75 .961 8 43 257 746 .448 201 26 199 .370 3 92 44 56 1300 514 68 .964 8 16 179 550 .360 164 9 225 .338 7 62 42 58 1182 508 72 .959 17 4 167 541 .355 94 10 194 .317 15 84 78 95 1194 535 62 .965 19 2 112 396 .280 118 10 212 .274 5 98 64 78 19 0 151 527 .291 140 20 247 .326 9 144 86 105 25 1 134 571 .317 114 9 175 .312 11 97 60 79 16 3 141 481 .286 98 13 163 .290 7 56 31 50 11 1 82 351 .282 64 23 112 .293 6 61 34 49 1014 496 66 .958 10 0 85 367 .254 72 12 139 .267 4 75 52 69 1146 564 115 .937 20 0 65 314 .251 51 1 241 .236 3 54 22 30 1019 437 99 .936 18 7 135 412 .281 103 12 242 .273 4 61 29 39 1137 496 84 .951

All-Time Pitching YR 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985

ERA 3.92 4.18 3.15 3.80 1.90 3.24 3.08 2.89 3.54 4.69 4.02 3.03 2.83 2.56 1.66 1.60 1.46 0.75 0.62 0.91 1.50 2.05 2.58 1.49 2.10

W 31 25 37 26 44 25 21 30 26 19 17 21 26 36 49 39 37 34 49 41 32 18 13 18 28

L 21 40 27 37 19 35 39 34 30 41 31 30 28 23 14 19 17 22 17 27 28 29 40 32 32

APP 95 119 132 120 91 91 86 92 86 106 94 84 81 72 83 75 68 70 72 74 74 71 66 56 71

GS 52 66 64 63 63 60 60 64 56 60 49 46 54 59 63 58 55 56 67 68 60 47 53 50 60

CG SHO CBO 15 7 2 27 1 0 11 8 4 17 4 1 35 14 3 33 7 0 36 10 1 36 6 1 26 4 1 23 5 3 18 4 0 27 7 30 8 45 11 45 14 42 16 43 13 45 23 63 28 55 25 46 17 23 4 41 2 44 7 49 11 -

SV 6 3 6 6 8 3 1 5 2 4 1 1 4 0 3 4 3 4 0 1 4 2 1 0 2

IP 339.1 427.0 431.2 410.1 423.2 391.0 407.0 434.0 378.2 385.2 340.0 351.2 355.2 407.0 433.1 394.0 398.0 390.2 506.1 484.2 439.1 330.2 383.1 339.1 413.0

H 408 544 464 501 338 412 437 427 434 487 380 422 391 427 355 335 326 259 327 327 365 339 432 305 373

Note: Bold denotes school records. Statistics kept from 1985-2009.

R 244 342 270 323 155 247 221 233 218 305 259 206 218 186 139 138 113 76 82 101 134 138 231 145 168

ER 190 255 194 223 115 181 179 179 149 201 178 152 144 148 103 90 83 42 45 63 94 97 141 72 124

BB 149 180 165 132 112 158 133 147 176 155 178 111 121 147 122 128 92 47 76 91 75 93 132 72 61

SO 256 287 337 324 284 286 272 295 215 227 185 190 211 224 290 220 223 222 307 197 278 95 71 145 168

2B 65 77 61 64 53 81 63 62 54 75 66 52 46 44 41 38 40 34 34 36 38 -

3B 6 8 2 10 6 6 9 7 5 7 6 9 10 4 7 4 5 6 8 8 12 -

HR 49 50 55 51 30 33 33 26 18 25 13 24 11 16 11 12 17 2 0 3 3 -

AB .1389 1783 1689 1720 1554 1544 1603 1709 1521 1619 1273 -

B/AV .294 .305 .275 .291 .218 267 .273 .250 .285 .301 .299 .297 .273 .270 .222 .229 .224 .182 .181 .189 .221 -

WP 20 44 47 24 13 20 11 12 24 30 47 18 18 13 13 32 14 18 15 10 19 18 49 14 11

HBP 37 38 35 33 33 31 36 31 23 12 16 52 28 18 11 20 12 9 12 10 11 7 8 7 5


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TEAM RECORDS

Hitting (Statistics from 1985-2009) Batting Average

Pitching

Season (highest): Season (lowest):

Season (highest): Season (lowest):

.305: 1995 .204: 1986

(Statistics from 1985-2009) Earned Run Average

At Bats

Wins

Game: 68: Long Beach St. (04-07-98) Season (highest): 1,809: 1991 Season (lowest): 1,243: 1988

Season (highest): Season (lowest):

20: Redlands (05-02-81) 298: 1995 91: 1986

20: Dartmouth (03-20-09) 508: 1995 255: 1986

Doubles Season (highest): Season (lowest):

93: 1995 19: 1986

Triples Season (highest): Season (lowest):

25: 1990 2: 2000, 2003

Home Runs Season (highest): Season (lowest):

50: 2005 0: 1986, 1987, 1991

Runs Batted In Season (highest): Season (lowest):

260: 2009 65: 1986

Total Bases Season (highest): Season (lowest):

Season (highest): Season (lowest):

Hits Allowed Game (highest): Game (lowest): Season (highest): Season (lowest):

25: CS Fullerton (04-18-87) 0: 11 times 487: 2000 220: 2005

Earned Runs Allowed

20: Arizona St. (04-07-09) 342: 2008 76: 1992

Season (highest): Season (lowest):

255: 2008 42: 1992

201: 1995 51: 1986

Walks Allowed

399: 2008 112: 1988

Strikeouts

.384: 2009 .236: 1986

Season (highest): Season (lowest):

Game (highest): Season (highest): Season (lowest):

86: 1991 11: 1999

180: 2008 47: 1992

15: Michigan St. (02-21-04) 337: 2007 71: 1987

Season (highest): Season (lowest):

640: 2000 427: 1998

Season (highest): Season (fewest):

128: 2006 62: 1993

Season:

28: 2007

Miscellaneous Games Played: Most Wins: Home: Road: Neutral: Conference: Highest Winning Pct.: Most Losses: Home: Road: Conference:

Consecutive Wins: Home: Road: Neutral: Conference: Consecutive Losses: Home: Road: Conference:

67: 1991 49: 1991, 1995 26: 2005 18: 1991, 1994 13: 1995 27: 1995 .778: 1995 41: 2000 20: 1987 17: 1986 29: 1987

52: 1998 5: 1985

15: 1995 11: 1993 7: 1989, 2009 5: 1985, 1992, 1995, 2005 13: 1995 12: 1980, 1987 8: 1987, 1988 9: 1998 17: 2000

Most Game-Winning RBI Season: Career:

16: Kim Rondina, 1995 33: Cyndi Parus, 1992-95

Longest Hitting Streak Season:

Hit Batsmen Season (highest): Season (lowest):

Stolen Bases

1,302: 2002 930: 1999

Streaks

.466: 2009 .251: 1986

On-Base Percentage

Season (highest): Season (lowest):

19.2: Fresno State (04-24-97) 506.1: 1991 330.2: 1988

Game (highest): Season (highest): Season (lowest):

Strikeouts Season (highest): Season (lowest):

Double Plays

Runs Allowed

Walks Season (highest): Season (lowest):

28: 1991 1: 2008

Innings Pitched Game: Season (highest): Season (lowest):

Season (highest): Season (lowest):

Errors

8: 2005 0: 1986, 1991, 1996

.965: 1993 .931: 2006

Putouts

63: 1991 11: 2007

Saves Season (highest): Season (lowest):

Season (highest): Season (lowest):

Assists

Shutouts Season (highest): Season (lowest):

(Statistics from 1985-2009) (Excludes 1989-92) Fielding Percentage

41: 2000 14: 1995

Complete Games

746: 1995 314: 1986

Slugging Percentage

Season (highest): Season (lowest):

Season (highest): Season (lowest):

Season (highest): Season (lowest):

Hits Game: Season (highest): Season (lowest):

49: 1991, 1995 15: 1987

Losses

Runs Game: Season (highest): Season (lowest):

4.69: 2000 0.62: 1991

Fielding

22: Kim Rondina, 1995


SINGLE-GAME INDIVIDUAL RECORDS / HARRIGAN Offense At Bats 8, Mary Gerstner at Fresno St. (04-24-87) 8, Jackie Weddle at Fresno St. (04-24-87) 8, Lisa Haskell at Fresno St. (04-24-87) 8, Sheree Corniel vs. Long Beach St. (04-13-91) 8, Racheal Goodpaster at Long Beach St. (04-07-98) 8, Brandi Isgar at Long Beach St. (04-07-98)

Runs 4, Christine Parris vs. New Mexico St. (03-02-90) 4, Steph Gonzales vs. Massachusetts (03-18-93) 4, Lisa Wilkins-Eames vs. Massachusetts (03-18-93) 4, Sara Mallett vs. Oregon (02-16-96) 4, Lisa Moses-Sampson vs. Texas (02-10-01) 4, Elena Fata vs. Dartmouth (03-20-09)

Home Runs 2, 18 times Last: Alyssia De La Torre vs. Ill.-Chicago (02-06-09)

Runs Batted In 7, Cyndi Parus at Pacific (04-13-93)

Total Bases 10, Kim Rondina at San Jose St. (03-30-97)

Walks 4, Sara Mallett vs. Oregon (02-16-96)

Stolen Bases 4, Steph Gonzales at New Mexico St. (03-15-93)

Hits

Pitching

4, 32 times Last: Brittany Bolinger at Colorado St. (04-18-08)

Innings Pitched

Doubles

Strikeouts

3, Jaci Hull vs. Sacramento St. (03-24-07)

Triples

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19.7, Cynthia Steinke at Fresno St. (04-24-87)

Elena Fata

15, Jacque Kerrigan vs. Wisconsin (02-21-04) 15, Stephanie Bregante vs. Canisius (03-13-09)

2, Alonda Jones at San Diego St. (04-24-86) 2, Patti King, (03-24-89) 2, Julie Crandall at Long Beach St. (04-15-95) 2, Marissa Nichols vs. Iowa St. (02-17-05) 2, Marissa Nichols vs. Southern Illinois (02-19-05

Lori Harrigan’s Number Retirement On Feb. 26, 1998, Lori Harrigan's contributions to UNLV athletics were recognized when the softball program officially retired jersey number 22. Harrigan was, and still is, one of the most dominant and intimidating pitchers the Rebels ever put into the circle and is arguably the best pitcher in the history of UNLV softball.

Stephanie Bregante

She was a three-time American Softball Association AllAmerican and three-time USA National Team member, she won numerous awards both as a Rebel and in the years following graduation. From 1989 to 1992, Harrigan compiled a record of 8353, with a career ERA of 0.77. These career marks still rank first in UNLV annals, as does career strikeouts (725), innings pitched (1034.7), shutouts (53) and complete games (123). She won Big West Conference accolades in all four seasons, including a First Team award in her senior year. A 10-time Big West Pitcher of the Week, Harrigan hurled six no-hitters, including the school's only perfect game (a 1-0 eight-inning victory over Missouri in 1992). In her no-hitter against Southern Utah on February 14, 1992, she threw a school-record 15 strikeouts in the team's 3-0 win over the Thunderbirds. The southpaw also owns the single-season record in three categories. Her ERA of 0.51 in her senior season ranks first, as do her strikeouts in a season (223: 1991) and her shutouts in

a season (17: 1990). Harrigan's efforts on the mound helped lead her Rebel teams to three NCAA Tournament appearances and two trips to the College World Series. Harrigan will long be remembered by UNLV fans as one of the most exciting players to ever take the field for the Rebel softball program. UNLV's 1992 Sportswoman of the Year, she was the kind of student-athlete that exemplified what all Rebel athletes aspire to become.

Alyssia De La Torre


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SINGLE-SEASON OFFENSE

Batting Average Kim Rondina Kim Rondina Kim Rondina Marissa Nichols Racheal Goodpaster Christine Parris Tara Bendt Racheal Goodpaster Cyndi Parus Bridget Byrne

Doubles .445 .436 .432 .426 .398 .398 .379 .377 .374 .373

1997 1995 1996 2005 2000 1990 2009 1999 1995 2004

68 68 67 67 66 66 66 66 66 66

1990 1990 1991 1991 2008 2008 2008 1991 1990 1990

241 223 219 211 209 209 208 205 204 202

1991 1990 1991 1990 2005 1990 2005 2008 1990 1995

66 58 49 48 47 47 45 44 43 42

2005 1995 2007 1996 2008 2000 1991 1995 1994 2009

89 88 84 82 80 78 72 72 71 70 70

2005 1995 1990 1990 1996 1991 2004 1994 1995 1993 1991

Games Dena Baker Trish Spencer Christine Parris Tricia Reimche Jaci Hull Brittany Bolinger Ashli Holland Felicia Benjamins Christine Parris Tricia Reimche

Christine Parris Marissa Nichols Tricia Reimche Christine Parris Vaso Tzelalis Alyssia De La Torre Erika Swanson Michele Moreno Alonda Jones Nine tied at

13 8 6 6 6 5 5 5 5 4

1990 2005 1992 1991 1985 2009 1992 1989 1986

Marissa Nichols Racheal Goodpaster Kim Rondina Kim Rondina Racheal Goodpaster Jaci Hull Kendall Fearn Geney Orris Jaci Hull Jaci Hull

18 17 15 15 14 13 13 13 12 12

2005 2000 1997 1995 1999 2008 2007 2002 2009 2007

Kim Rondina Jaci Hull Marissa Nichols Caitlyn Paus Kim Rondina Cyndi Parus Racheal Goodpaster Jaci Hull Geney Orris Kendall Fearn

58 51 46 44 44 44 43 42 42 41

1995 2009 2005 2005 1997 1993 2000 2008 2002 2007

176 162 130 127 125 123 120 115 112 110 110

2005 1995 2000 1996 2007 1990 1999 2002 1997 2008 2005

.941 .842 .802 .760 .740 .686 .679 .663 .658 .625

1997 2005 1995 2000 1999 1996 2007 2008 2009 2001

46 43 42 34 33 31 31 29 28 27 27

2007 2008 1996 1995 1998 2006 2002 2005 1995 1996 1995

10 9 9 8 8 8 8 7 7 7

2007 1995 1988 2005 2002 2002 2000 2008 2005 2001

.521 .500 .496 .495 .487 .481 .463 .450 .443 .443

1997 2007 1995 1996 2005 1998 2009 2000 2009 1995

35 25 24 22 22 20 19 19 18 18 18

2005 1990 1991 1996 1993 2008 2007 1987 2007 1993 1991

Jaci Hull Jaci Hull Sara Mallett Julie Crandall Julie Crandall Maggie Livreri Geney Orris Maggie Livreri Amy Watkins Julie Crandall Sara Mallett

Hit-By-Pitch Brittany Meade Julie Crandall Mary Gerstner Maggie Livreri Pauline Glenn Morgan Bostwick Racheal Goodpaster Jaci Hull Brittany Meade Arica Painter

On-Base Percentage

Total Bases Marissa Nichols Kim Rondina Racheal Goodpaster Kim Rondina Jaci Hull Christine Parris Racheal Goodpaster Geney Orris Kim Rondina Jaci Hull Caitlyn Paus

Kim Rondina Marissa Nichols Kim Rondina Racheal Goodpaster Racheal Goodpaster Kim Rondina Jaci Hull Jaci Hull Jaci Hull Racheal Goodpaster

Walks

RBI

Hits Marissa Nichols Kim Rondina Christine Parris Tricia Reimche Kim Rondina Christine Parris Bridget Byrne Steph Gonzales Cyndi Parus Tricia Reimche Tricia Reimche

1995 2007 2005 1999 1995 2002 1995 2001 1990

Home Runs

Runs Marissa Nichols Kim Rondina Jaci Hull Sara Mallett Jaci Hull Racheal Goodpaster Tricia Reimche Sara Mallett Sara Mallett Brittany Bolinger

Slugging Percentage 23 17 17 16 15 14 14 13 13 12

Triples

At Bats Tricia Reimche Tricia Reimche Christine Parris Christine Parris Marissa Nichols Trish Spencer Caitlyn Paus Brittany Bolinger Dena Baker Kim Rondina

Kim Rondina Jaci Hull Marissa Nichols Racheal Goodpaster Andrea Balandran Geney Orris Cyndi Parus Racheal Goodpaster Christine Parris Three tied at

Kim Rondina Jaci Hull Kim Rondina Kim Rondina Marissa Nichols Julie Crandall Tara Bendt Racheal Goodpaster Kendall Fearn Julie Crandall

Stolen Bases Marissa Nichols Tricia Reimche Christine Parris Sara Mallett Steph Gonzales Brittany Bolinger Brittany Bolinger Mary Gerstner Kelli Fangonilo Lisa Wilkins-Eames Tricia Reimche


CAREER OFFENSE Batting Average Kim Rondina Christine Parris Marissa Nichols Lisa Wilkins-Eames Racheal Goodpaster Steph Gonzales Jaci Hull Tricia Reimche Cyndi Parus Julie Crandall

Doubles .415 .377 .366 .358 .354 .351 .350 .328 .325 .324

1994-97 1990-91 2005-Pres. 1992-93 1998-01 1993-94 2006-Pres. 1990-93 1992-95 1995-98

248 246 244 244 242 237 235 234 234 233

2004-07 2002-05 2006-09 1990-93 1989-92 2005-08 1989-92 1993-96 1988-91 1989-922

838 708 701 698 695 692 678 675 661 661

1990-93 2006-09 1992-95 1993-96 1988-91 1994-97 2004-07 1989-92 2002-05 2001-04

168 151 150 142 142 127 126 115 103 102

1994-97 1993-96 2006-09 2006-Pres. 1998-01 1995-98 1990-93 2005-Pres. 2005-08 1997-00

287 275 231 228 212 205 198 192 188 184

1994-97 1990-93 1998-01 1992-95 1995-98 2006-09 1993-96 2001-04 2004-07 1988-91

Games Brittany Freight Morgan Bostwick Brittany Bolinger Tricia Reimche Trish Spencer Caitlyn Paus Michele Moreno Sara Mallett Dena Baker Felicia Benjamins

At Bats Tricia Reimche Brittany Bolinger Cyndi Parus Sara Mallett Dena Baker Kim Rondina Brittany Freight Trish Spencer Morgan Bostwick Bridget Byrne

Runs Kim Rondina Sara Mallett Brittany Bolinger Jaci Hull Racheal Goodpaster Julie Crandall Tricia Reimche Marissa Nichols Caitlyn Paus Nicole Miller

Hits Kim Rondina Tricia Reimche Racheal Goodpaster Cyndi Parus Julie Crandall Brittany Bolinger Sara Mallett Lisa Sampson Brittany Freight Dena Baker

Kim Rondina Julie Crandall Racheal Goodpaster Jaci Hull Cyndi Parus Sara Mallett Geney Orris Brittany Freight Lisa Sampson Brittany Meade Marissa Nichols Kendall Fearn Linda Garza

Slugging Percentage 53 50 47 39 39 35 32 30 30 29 29 29 29

1994-97 1995-98 1998-01 2006-Pres. 1992-95 1993-96 1999-02 2004-07 2001-04 2005-09 2005-Pres. 2006-Pres. 1998-01

19 16 13 12 10 9 9 8 8 7

1990-91 1989-92 1994-97 1990-93 2006-09 2007-Pres. 1985-86 2005-Pres. 1985-86

46 41 40 32 28 28 22 21 20 19

1994-97 1998-01 2006-Pres. 1999-02 2005-Pres. 2006-Pres. 2005-08 2002-05 1995-98 1997-00

171 136 133 126 121 118 101 96 94 88

1994-97 1992-95 2006-Pres. 1998-01 1995-98 1999-02 2006-Pres. 1993-96 2005-08 1993-97

504 405 354 318 313 297 297 291 286 276

1994-97 1998-01 2006-Pres. 1995-98 1990-93 1999-02 1993-96 2005-Pres. 1992-95 2006-09

Triples Christine Parris Michele Moreno Kim Rondina Tricia Reimche Brittany Bolinger Alyssia De La Torre Alonda Jones Marissa Nichols Debbie Wilson Three tied at

Home Runs Kim Rondina Racheal Goodpaster Jaci Hull Geney Orris Marissa Nichols Kendall Fearn Rosa Ordaz Pauline Glenn Julie Crandall Nicole Miller

RBI Kim Rondina Cyndi Parus Jaci Hull Racheal Goodpaster Julie Crandall Geney Orris Kendall Fearn Sara Mallett Rosa Ordaz Heather Siegel

Total Bases Kim Rondina Racheal Goodpaster Jaci Hull Julie Crandall Tricia Reimche Geney Orris Sara Mallett Marissa Nichols Cyndi Parus Brittany Bolinger

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Kim Rondina Jaci Hull Marissa Nichols Racheal Goodpaster Kendall Fearn Christine Parris Julie Crandall Geney Orris Raven Coberg Alyssia De La Torre

.728 .677 .657 .621 .536 .518 .513 .498 .491 .473

1994-97 2006-Pres. 2005-Pres. 1998-01 2006-Pres. 1990-91 1995-98 1999-02 1998-99 2007-Pres.

119 111 103 87 70 67 66 64 63 63

2006-Pres. 1995-98 1993-96 1994-96 2006-09 2006-Pres. 2002-05 1999-02 1992-95 1989-92

23 20 16 16 16 14 13 13 11 11

2002-05 2005-09 2006-Pres. 1998-01 1995-98 2005-06 2002-05 1987-88 2006-09 1988-91

.482 .481 .445 .434 .413 .410 .407 .401 .399 .394

2006-Pres. 1994-97 2005-Pres. 1995-98 1992-93 1990-91 1998-01 2005-06 1998-99 2006-Pres.

73 53 53 42 37 36 35 33 32 31

1990-93 2006-09 2005-Pres. 1993-96 1990-91 1993-94 2001-04 1989-92 1987-88

Walks Jaci Hull Julie Crandall Sara Mallett Kim Rondina Brittany Bolinger Kendall Fearn Pauline Glenn Geney Orris Cyndi Parus Michele Moreno

Hit-By-Pitch Pauline Glenn Brittany Meade Jaci Hull Racheal Goodpaster Julie Crandall Maggie Livreri Morgan Bostwick Mary Gerstner Brittany Bolinger Dena Baker

On-Base Percentage Jaci Hull Kim Rondina Marissa Nichols Julie Crandall Lisa Wilkins-Eames Christine Parris Racheal Goodpaster Maggie Livreri Raven Coberg Kendall Fearn

Stolen Bases Tricia Reimche Brittany Bolinger Marissa Nichols Sara Mallett Christine Parris Steph Gonzales Bridget Byrne Trish Spencer Mary Gerstner Two tied at


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SINGLE-SEASON PITCHING

Appearances Jacque Kerrigan Nicole Truax Cynthia Steinke Lori Harrigan Amie Stewart Stephanie Bregante Shannon Crisp Jacque Kerrigan Patti King Lori Harrigan

Loses 52 51 49 48 47 46 45 44 44 43

2005 2000 1987 1990 1995 2008 2006 2004 1988 1989

Games Started Nicole Truax Jacque Kerrigan Cynthia Steinke Jacque Kerrigan Lori Harrigan Lori Harrigan Patti King Amie Stewart Lori Harrigan Karen Carlson

45 42 41 40 40 35 35 33 33 33

2000 2005 1987 2004 1990 1991 1988 1995 1989 1985

Earned Run Average Lori Harrigan Lori Harrigan Kim Smith Lori Harrigan Kim Smith Kim Smith Kim Smith Patti King Lori Harrigan Amie Stewart

0.51 0.58 0.68 0.79 0.90 0.97 1.08 1.10 1.15 1.22

1992 1991 1991 1990 1993 1992 1990 1990 1989 1994

317.2 291.2 287.2 264.1 262.1 261.1 236.0 235.0 233.1 226.2

1987 1990 1991 1995 2005 1989 1985 1994 2004 1988

30 29 25 25 24 24 22 22 19 18 18

1995 2005 1991 1990 1994 1991 1996 1993 2004 1995 1989

Innings Pitched Cynthia Steinke Lori Harrigan Lori Harrigan Amie Stewart Jacque Kerrigan Lori Harrigan Karen Carlson Amie Stewart Jacque Kerrigan Patti King

Wins Amie Stewart Jacque Kerrigan Kim Smith Lori Harrigan Amie Stewart Lori Harrigan Teresa Branch Kim Smith Jacque Kerrigan Teresa Branch Lori Harrigan

Saves

Cynthia Steinke Nicole Truax Brandi Isgar Patti King Jacque Kerrigan Becky McDonald Karen Carlson Four tied at

32 23 20 19 18 18 18 17

1987 2000 1998 1988 2004 2003 1985

37 36 35 31 30 29 28 28 27 25

1987 1990 1991 1985 1995 1989 2005 1991 1994 1996

17 14 14 12 11 11 9 9 9 9

1990 1991 1991 1994 1992 1989 2005 1996 1995 1993

Complete Games Cynthia Steinke Lori Harrigan Lori Harrigan Karen Carlson Amie Stewart Lori Harrigan Jacque Kerrigan Kim Smith Amie Stewart Teresa Branch

Shutouts Lori Harrigan Lori Harrigan Kim Smith Amie Stewart Lori Harrigan Lori Harrigan Jacque Kerrigan Teresa Branch Amie Stewart Kim Smith

Jacque Kerrigan Jessica O’Connor Heather Slettvet Jacque Kerrigan Amie Stewart Stephanie Bregante Geney Orris Amie Stewart Amie Stewart Lori Harrigan Lori Harrigan

5 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3

2005 2009 2007 2002 1994 2008 2000 1995 1993 1992 1989

223 206 203 201 198 162 160 157 144 143

1991 1995 2004 2005 1989 2008 1992 1994 1990 2006

3 2 1 1 1 1 1 1

1992 1991 1995 1992 1991 1990 1990 1986

Strikeouts Lori Harrigan Amie Stewart Jacque Kerrigan Jacque Kerrigan Lori Harrigan Stephanie Bregante Lori Harrigan Amie Stewart Lori Harrigan Shannon Crisp

No-Hitters Lori Harrigan Lori Harrigan Amie Stewart Amie Stewart Kim Smith Lori Harrigan Kim Smith Karen Carlson

Pitching Perfection Perfect Games Date 03-21-92

Pitcher Lori Harrigan

Opponent Missouri

Score 1-0 (8)

No-Hitters Date 03-08-86 03-02-90 03-16-90 03-30-91 04-14-91 03-11-91 03-14-92 03-27-92 03-28-92 03-24-92 02-18-95

Pitcher Karen Carlson Kim Smith Lori Harrigan Lori Harrigan Lori Harrigan Kim Smith Lori Harrigan Amie Stewart Lori Harrigan Lori Harrigan Amie Stewart

Opp. Score South Florida 4-0 Southwest Texas St. 10-0 (5) Utah 1-0 Fresno St. 2-0 Cal Poly 4-0 New Mexico St. 8-0 (6) Southern Utah 3-0 Toledo 8-0 (5) Southwestern Louisiana 6-0 Missouri 1-0 (8) Massachusetts 8-0 (5)

Lori Harrigan


CAREER PITCHING Appearances Jacque Kerrigan Lori Harrigan Amie Stewart Nicole Truax Geney Orris Teresa Branch Stephanie Bregante Kacey Ellis Kim Smith Patti King

Loses 169 161 133 124 124 115 113 99 98 95

2002-05 1989-92 1992-95 1999-02 1999-02 1994-97 2007-Pres. 2001-04 1990-93 1988-90

134 133 101 97 96 91 76 66 61 59

2002-05 1989-92 1999-02 1992-95 1994-97 1990-93 1988-90 2007-Pres. 1985-86 1999-02

Games Started Jacque Kerrigan Lori Harrigan Nicole Truax Amie Stewart Teresa Branch Kim Smith Patti King Stephanie Bregante Karen Carlson Geney Orris

0.77 0.86 1.45 1.67 1.65 1.92 1.94 2.03 2.31 2.40

1989-92 1990-93 1992-95 1985-86 1988-90 1994-97 2002-05 1985-86 1987 1997-98

1034.2 860.1 737.2 609.2 609.0 557.0 513.0 498.0 433.0 426.1

1989-92 2002-05 1992-95 1990-93 1994-97 1999-02 1988-90 1999-02 2007-Pres. 1985-86

83 73 73 64 59 39 35 31 28 26 26

1989-92 2002-05 1992-95 1990-93 1994-97 1988-90 2007-Pres. 1999-02 1999-02 2005-07 1985-86

Innings Pitched Lori Harrigan Jacque Kerrigan Amie Stewart Kim Smith Teresa Branch Geney Orris Patti King Nicole Truax Stephanie Bregante Karen Carlson

Wins Lori Harrigan Jacque Kerrigan Amie Stewart Kim Smith Teresa Branch Patti King Stephanie Bregante Geney Orris Nicole Truax Shannon Crisp Karen Carlson

63 54 53 44 39 36 35 33 33 33

2002-05 1999-02 1989-92 1999-02 1988-90 1994-97 1985-86 2007-Pres. 1997-98 1992-95

.761 (64-20) .689 (73-33) .647 (22-12) .621 (59-36) .610 (83-53) .595 (25-17) .553 (26-21) .537 (73-63) .536 (15-13) .515 (35-33) .500 (39-39)

1990-93 1992-95 1996-97 1994-97 1989-92 2006-07 2005-07 2002-05 2008-Pres. 2007-Pres. 1988-90

Winning Percentage

Earned Run Average Lori Harrigan Kim Smith Amie Stewart Karen Carlson Patti King Teresa Branch Jacque Kerrigan Derinda Brunk Cynthia Steinke Brandi Isgar

Strikeouts

Jacque Kerrigan Geney Orris Lori Harrigan Nicole Truax Patti King Teresa Branch Karen Carlson Stephanie Bregante Brandi Isgar Amie Stewart

Kim Smith Amie Stewart Tanya Edwards Teresa Branch Lori Harrigan Christie Robinson Shannon Crisp Jacque Kerrigan Traci Odegard Stephanie Bregante Patti King

Lori Harrigan Jacque Kerrigan Amie Stewart Stephanie Bregante Geney Orris Teresa Branch Nicole Truax Kim Smith Becky McDonald Brandi Isgar

725 670 492 391 364 321 288 256 249 222

1989-92 2002-05 1992-95 2007-Pres. 1999-02 1994-97 1999-02 1990-93 2003-06 1997-98

6 2 2 1

1989-92 1992-95 1990-93 1985-86

No-Hitters Lori Harrigan Amie Stewart Kim Smith Karen Carlson

Complete Games Lori Harrigan Jacque Kerrigan Amie Stewart Kim Smith Teresa Branch Karen Carlson Patti King Nicole Truax Cynthia Steinke Brandi Isgar

123 88 83 71 64 55 49 41 37 34

1989-92 2002-05 1992-95 1990-93 1994-97 1985-86 1988-90 1999-02 1987 1997-98

53 33 28 27 20 15 10 7 6 5 5

1989-92 1990-93 1992-95 2002-05 1994-97 1988-90 1985-86 1997-98 1999-02 2007-Pres. 1985-86

11 11 7 6 4 4 4 4 4 3 3

2002-05 1992-95 1989-92 2002-05 2009-Pres. 2006-07 2007-08 2005-07 1999-02 2007-Pres. 2001-04

Shutouts Lori Harrigan Kim Smith Amie Stewart Jacque Kerrigan Teresa Branch Patti King Karen Carlson Brandi Isgar Geney Orris Stephanie Bregante Derinda Brunk

Jacque Kerrigan

Saves Jacque Kerrigan Amie Stewart Lori Harrigan Jacque Kerrigan Jessica O’Connor Christie Robinson Heather Slettvet Shannon Crisp Geney Orris Stephanie Bregante Kacey Ellis

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AWARD WINNERS

NFCA All-Americans Year 2005 2002 2000 1998 1997 1996 1995

1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1982

Player Marissa Nichols Geney Orris Racheal Goodpaster Julie Crandall Kim Rondina Kim Rondina Cyndi Parus Kim Rondina Sara Mallett Amie Stewart Julie Crandall Cyndi Parus Cyndi Parus Tricia Reimche Lori Harrigan Lori Harrigan Christine Parris Tricia Reimche Christine Parris Vera Bahr

Pos. Team OF 1st DP 2nd SS 1st C 3rd At-Large 3rd At-Large 3rd At-Large 1st At-Large 1st OF 2nd P 2nd C 3rd 1B 2nd 1B 1st 2B 3rd P 3rd P 3rd 3B 3rd 2B 2nd SS 3rd OF 1st

2005 UNLV Sports Woman Of The Year Marissa Nichols was named the 2005 UNLV Sports Woman of the Year and was recognized for the feat at the UNLV vs. BYU football game on Nov. 5, 2005. She is pictured with thenUNLV President Carol C. Harter and then-UNLV Director of Athletics Mike Hamrick.

NFCA All-West Region Year 2007 2005

2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996

1995

1994

1993

1992

1991

1990

Player Christie Robinson Marissa Nichols Caitlyn Paus Jacque Kerrigan Brittany Meade Geney Orris Racheal Goodpaster Samantha Kimura Racheal Goodpaster Nicole Miller Racheal Goodpaster Erica Vollweiler Julie Crandall Kim Rondina Kim Rondina Teresa Branch Sara Mallett Heather Siegel Julie Crandall Sara Mallett Cyndi Parus Kim Rondina Amie Stewart Cyndi Parus Steph Gonzales Kim Rondina Kim Fritts Steph Gonzales Cyndi Parus Tricia Reimche Kim Smith Lori Harrigan Tricia Reimche Lisa Wilkins-Eames Lori Harrigan Christine Parris Tricia Reimche Kim Smith Dena Baker Lori Harrigan

Pos. P OF 2B P 3B DP SS C SS OF SS OF C SS SS P OF DP C OF 1B SS P 1B OF SS C OF 1B 2B P P 2B SS P 3B 2B P 1B P

Team 2nd 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 1st 1st 2nd 1st 2nd 1st 2nd 1st 2nd 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 1st 2nd

1989 1988 1987

Christine Parris Tricia Reimche Trish Spencer Lori Harrigan Michele Moreno Mary Gerstner Tammy Bahde Tammy Bahde

SS 2B OF P OF OF OF OF

2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 1st 2nd 2nd

NFCA West Region Coach of the Year Year 2005 1995 1991

Coach Lonni Alameda Shan McDonald Shan McDonald

Coach of the Year Coach Lonni Alameda Lonni Alameda Shan McDonald Shan McDonald (Co) Shan McDonald

Conference Mountain West Mountain West Big West Big West Big West

Conference Player of the Year Year 2002 1996 1995 1994 1991

Player Geney Orris Kim Rondina Kim Rondina Cyndi Parus Christine Parris

Pitcher of the Year Year 2007 2005

Player Christie Robinson Jacque Kerrigan

Conference Mountain West Mountain West

UNLV Sports Woman of the Year Year 2005 1998 1995 1992

Player Marissa Nichols Julie Crandall Cyndi Parus Lori Harrigan

Nevada

Conference Year 2007 2005 1995 1993 1991

Conference

Conference Mountain West Big West Big West Big West Big West

Woman of the Year Year 2004

Player Bridget Byrne

WCWS All-Tournament Year 1995 1987

Player Amie Stewart Tammy Bahde

Pos. P OF

Team 1st 2nd


AWARD WINNERS All-Mountain West Year 2009

2008

2007

2006 2005

2004 2003 2002 2001

2000

Player Kendall Fearn Jaci Hull Ashli Holland Marissa Nichols Brittany Bolinger Ashli Holland Jaci Hull Kendall Fearn Jaci Hull Christie Robinson Brittany Freight Brittany Meade Marissa Nichols Caitlyn Paus Jacque Kerrigan Maggie Livreri Pauline Glenn Lisa Sampson Jacque Kerrigan Pauline Glenn Geney Orris Linda Garza Racheal Goodpaster Samantha Kimura Racheal Goodpaster Nicole Miller

Pos. 1B SS 2B OF OF 2B/SS SS 1B SS P OF 3B OF 2B P C 3B OF P 3B DP 3B SS C SS OF

Team 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st

1998 1997

Player Racheal Goodpaster Nicole Miller Raven Coberg Erica Vollweiler Julie Crandall Kim Rondina Julie Crandall

Pos. SS OF 3B OF C SS C

Team 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 1st 1st

1995

1994

1993

Player Teresa Branch Sara Mallett Kim Rondina Julie Crandall Julie Crandall Sara Mallett Cyndi Parus Kim Rondina Amie Stewart Andrea Balandran Teresa Branch Amie Stewart Steph Gonzales Cyndi Parus Kim Rondina Amie Stewart Sara Mallett Heather Siegel Teresa Branch Amie Stewart Kim Fritts Steph Gonzales Cyndi Parus

1990

1989

1988

1987

2B P SS P 1B 2B SS P 3B 2B P 1B P SS UT 2B OF P 3B 1B UT OF OF DP OF OF

Pos. P OF SS C C OF 1B SS P 3B P DP OF 1B SS P OF C P DP C OF 1B

Team 1st 1st 1st HM 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd HM HM 1st 1st 1st

1st 1st 2nd 1st 2nd 2nd HM 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd HM HM HM 1st 1st 2nd 1st

All-PCAA

1985

Player Lisa Anderson Tammy Bahde Karen Carlson Debbie Wilson Mary Stengel Lisa Anderson Tracy Brainard Karen Carlson Vaso Tzelalis

Pos. OF OF P 1B 3B OF UT P SS

Conference

All-Big West Year 1996

1991

Year 1986

All-Western Athletic Year 1999

1992

Tricia Reimche Kim Smith Lisa Wilkins-Eames Lori Harrigan Cyndi Parus Tricia Reimche Lisa Wilkins-Eames Lori Harrigan Christine Parris Tricia Reimche Kim Smith Dena Baker Lori Harrigan Christine Parris Christine Parris Tricia Reimche Trish Spencer Lori Harrigan Kelly Kamp Dena Baker Patti King Michele Moreno Mary Gerstner Gay Lyn Turley Tammy Bahde Tammy Bahde

Player of the Week Mountain West 2009 Alyssia De La Torre, OF Ashli Holland, 2B 2008 Jaci Hull, SS Stephanie Bean, OF 2007 Jaci Hull, SS (three times) Kendall Fearn, 1B 2005 Marissa Nichols, OF (six times) Brittany Freight, OF Maggie Livreri, C Brittany Meade, 3B Caitlyn Paus, 2B 2004 Bridget Byrne, OF Lisa Sampson, OF 2002 Pauline Glenn, 3B Morgan Bostwick, 1B Geney Orris, DP (two times) 2001 Racheal Goodpaster, SS (two times) Linda Garza, 3B Samantha Kimura, C 2000 Racheal Goodpaster, SS

Team 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd

Western Athletic 1999 Racheal Goodpaster, SS 1998 Julie Crandall, C 1997 Kim Rondina, SS Big West 1996 Kim Rondina, SS 1995 Kim Rondina, SS (two times) 1994 Steph Gonzales, OF Cyndi Parus, 1B Heather Siegel, C 1993 Steph Gonzales, OF Cyndi Parus, 1B 1991 Felicia Benjamins, SS Christine Parris, 3B Tricia Reimche, 2B Erika Swanson, DP 1990 Dena Baker, 1B Christine Parris, SS 1989 Patti King, UT 1986 Debbie Wilson, 1B

Conference Pitcher of the Week Mountain West 2009 Traci Odegard 2008 Stephanie Bregante 2007 Christie Robinson (three times) Stephanie Bregante 2006 Christie Robinson (two times) 2005 Jacque Kerrigan (five times) 2004 Jacque Kerrigan 2003 Jacque Kerrigan 2002 Jacque Kerrigan (two times) 2001 Kacey Ellis Geney Orris Nicole Truax 2000 Geney Orris Nicole Truax Western Athletic 1999 Geney Orris Big West 1995 Amie Stewart (two times) 1994 Amie Stewart (three times) Teresa Branch 1993 Kim Smith (two times) 1992 Lori Harrigan (two times) 1991 Kim Smith (two times) Lori Harrigan (two times) 1990 Lori Harrigan (two times) 1989 Lori Harrigan (three times) 1986 Karen Carlson (two times)

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LETTERWINNERS

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ADAMSON, Marcia . . . . .1982-85 ADDISON, Erica . . . . .2009-Pres. AH-MAU, Lani . . . . . . . . .1988-89 AINSLIE, Charelle . . . . .1999-2000 ALBRECHT, Pam . . . . . . . . . .1982 ALVARDO, Celeste . . . . . . . .2000 ALVES, Amy . . . . . . . . . . .1996-98 AMELBURU, Cathy . . . . . . . .1982 ANDERSON, Cathy . . . . . . . .1980 ANDERSON, Lisa . . . . . . .1985-88 ARNETT, Ashley . . . . . . . . . .2008 ASBELL, Andrea . . . . . . . .1986-87

EDWARDS, Tanya . . . . . . .1996-97 ELLIS, Kacey . . . . . . . . . .2001-04 ENLOW, Kira . . . . . . . . . .2002-03 ESCOBAR, Donna . . . . . . . . .2000

KELLY, Laura . . . . . . . . . .1980-82 KERRIGAN, Jacque . . . . .2002-05 KILBY, Shelly . . . . . . . . . .1987-89 KIMURA, Samantha . . . . . . . .2001 KING, Patti . . . . . . . . . . . .1988-90 KORB, Kelly . . . . . . . . . . .1986-87

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-L-

FANGONILO, Kelli . . . . . . . .2007 FARLEY, Cheynah . . .2008-Pres. FATA, Elena . . . . . . . . .2009-Pres. FEARN, Kendall . . . . .2006-Pres. FERREIRA, Danielle . . .1998-2000 FLOYD, Missy . . . . . . . . .1980-82 FORSBERG, Kathy . . . . . . . . .1981 FREIGHT, Brittany . . . . . .2004-07 FRITTS, Kim . . . . . . . . . . . . .1993

LEE, Brenda . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1982 LEFFLER, Kenda . . . . . . .1991-92 LIVRERI, Maggie . . . . . . .2005-06 LONG, Andrea . . . . . . . . . .1996-97

-BBAHDE, Tammy . . . . . . . .1986-88 BAHR, Vera . . . . . . . . . . . .1981-82 BAKER, Dena . . . . . . . . . .1988-90 BALANDRAN, Andrea . . .1994-95 BARRY, Jessica . . . . . . . . . . .2009 BAYLESS, Carrie . . . . . . .2001-03 BEAN, Stephanie . . . . . . . . . .2008 BENDT, Kara . . . . . . . . . . . . .2009 BENDT, Tara . . . . . . . .2009-Pres. BENJAMINS, Felicia . . . .1989-92 BENSON, Karen . . . . . . . . . . .1986 BENSON, Susie . . . . . . . . . . .1986 BERNARDI, Bri . . . . .2006-Pres. BOLINGER, Brittany . . . .2006-09 BOSTWICK, Morgan . . . .2002-05 BRAINARD, Tracy . . . . . . . . .1985 BRANCH, Teresa . . . . . . .1994-97 BREGANTE, Stephanie .2007-Pres.

BRINKWORTH, Elisa . . . . . .1999 BRIONES, Laura . . . . .2007-Pres. BROWN, Nicole . . . . . . . . . . .2000 BRUECHERT, Melissa . . .2002-03 BRUNK, Derinda . . . . . . . .1985-86 BURGOS, Stacey . . . . . . . . . .2007 BYRNE, Bridget . . . . . . . .2001-04

-CCAMPBELL, Amber . . . . .2002-05 CARLSON, Karen . . . . . . .1985-86 CHADWICK, Hollie . . . . .1991-94 CHANG, Keao . . . . . . . . . .1997-98 COBERG, Raven . . . . . . . . . . .1998 CORNIEL, Sheree . . . . . . .1988-91 CRANDALL, Julie . . . . . .1995-98 CRISP, Shannon . . . . . . . . .2005-06 CUICO, Korin . . . . . . .2009-Pres.

-DDeARMAN, Kelly . . . . .1997-2000 DE LA TORRE, Alyssia .2007-Pres.

DeMATTEO, Jessica . . . . . . . .2008 DICK, Kelly . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1980 DICUS, Renee . . . . . . . . . . . .1982 DUGAS, Janine . . . . . . . . . . .1987 DUNN, Zenja . . . . . . . . . . . . .1991 DYSERT, Cassi . . . . . . .1999-2000

-GGARCIA, Mindy . . . . . . . .1989-90 GARZA, Linda . . . . . . . . .1998-01 GEIL, Tracy . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1982 GERSTNER, Mary . . . . . .1987-88 GLENN, Pauline . . . . . . . .2002-05 GODWIN, Wendy . . . . . . .2001-04 GOESSLING, Shawna . . . .2001-02 GOODPASTER, Racheal . .1998-01 GONZALES, Steph . . . . . .1993-94

-HHATCH, Debbie . . . . . . . .1998-01 HARRIGAN, Lori . . . . . . .1989-92 HARRIS, Kim . . . . . . . . . .1989-92 HASKELL, Lisa . . . . . . . .1987-88 HENDERSON, Alyson . . .1992-95 HERNANDEZ, Mary . . . . . . .1986 HEWITT, Cyndi . . . . . . . . .1992-95 HILDRETH, Lisa . . . . . . . . . .1980 HILL, Sharlene . . . . . . . . . . . .1980 HILLYER, Britney . . . . . . .2003-06 HOLLAND, Ashli . . . .2008-Pres. HULL, Jaci . . . . . . . . . .2006-Pres. HUNT, Jeanetta . . . . . . . . . . . .1982

-IINOUYE, Melissa . . . . . . .2000-02 ISGAR, Brandi . . . . . . . . .1997-98 ITALIANO, Stephanee . . . .1998-01

-JJACKSON, Joanna . . . . . .2003-04 JACKSON, Kathy . . . . . . . . . .1982 JANTZ, Melissa . . . . . . . . .1992-93 JEWELL, Lisa . . . . . . . . . . . .1989 JONES, Alonda . . . . . . . . .1985-86

-KKAHANANUI, Kahaunani . . .2005 KAMP, Kelly . . . . . . . . . . .1988-91 KEENEY, Valerie . . . . . . . . . .2005

-MMAHER, Jamie . . . . . . . . . . . .1995 MALLETT, Sara . . . . . . . .1993-96 MARKOWITZ, Heather . .1993-96 MARTINZ, Danielle . . . . . . . .2005 MARTINEZ, Marisa . . . . .2000-01 MAY, Angie . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1982 McCANDLESS, Courtney . . .2000 McDONALD, Becky . . . . .2003-06 McRAE, Kristie . . . . . . . . . . .2003 MEADE, Brittany . . . . . . .2005-09 MECK, Candy . . . . . . . . . . . .1980 MILLER, Nicole . . . . . .1997-2000 MILLER, Rachel . . . . . . . .1985-88 MONTAYRE, Laura . . . . . . . .1981 MORENO, Michele . . . . . .1989-92 MOXLEY, Robin . . . . . . . .1980-81 MUNOZ, Audrey . . . . . . . .1996-98

-NNAKAMURA, Sandy . . . .2005-08 NEWMAN, Jenn . . . . . . . . . . .2007 NEUMANN, Kathy . . . . . . . .1980 NICHOLS, Marissa . . .2005-Pres. NIESEN, Lisa . . . . . . . . . .1985-86

REIMCHE, Tricia . . . . . . .1990-93 RIEDLINGER, Linda . . . . . . .1986 ROBINSON, Christie . . . . .2006-07 RONDINA, Kim . . . . . . . .1994-97 ROSSI, Linda . . . . . . . . . . . . .1982

-SSALCIDO, Ronnie . . . . . . .1993-96 SAMPSON, Lisa . . . . . . . .2001-04 SANCHEZ, Stefani . . .2008-Pres. SANDERS, Ann . . . . . . . .1987-88 SANDERS, Doris . . . . . . . . . .1981 SARDINHA, Sam . . . . . . . . . .2003 SIEGEL, Heather . . . . . . . .1993-97 SMITH, Kim . . . . . . . . . . .1990-93 SMITH, Pam . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1981 SLETTVET, Heather . . . . .2007-08 SOTO, Paula . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1980 SPENCER, Trish . . . . . . . .1989-92 SPRINGBORN, Ann . . . . . . . .1982 STEINKE, Cynthia . . . . . . . . .1987 STENGEL, Mary . . . . . . . .1985-86 STEWART, Amie . . . . . . . .1992-95 SWANSON, Erika . . . . . . .1989-92

-TTHORNE, Courtney . . . . . . . .1987 TRUAX, Nicole . . . . . . .1999-2002 TURLEY, Gay Lyn . . . . . . . . .1988 TZELALIS, Vaso . . . . . . . . . .1985

-VVAUGHAN, Gina . . . . . . . . . .1988 VAUGHAN, Inga . . . . . . . . . .1988 VOLLWEILER, Erica . .1999-2000

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O’CONNOR, Jessica . .2009-Pres. ODEGARD, Traci . . . .2008-Pres. ORDAZ, Rosa . . . . . . . . . .2005-08 ORRIS, Geney . . . . . . . . . .1999-02

WATKINS, Amy . . . . . . . .1994-95 WEDDLE, Jackie . . . . . . . .1986-88 WELLINGTON, Kathy . . .1980-81 WHITMAN, Jennie . . . . . .2002-03 WILKENDORF, Christi . . .1981-82 WILKINS-EAMES, Lisa . .1992-93 WILSON, Debbie . . . . . . .1985-86

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Bold indicates current members of the softball team.

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PAINTER, Arica . . . . . . . .2000-02 PARRIS, Christine . . . . . . .1990-91 PARUS, Cyndi . . . . . . . . . .1992-95 PAUS, Caitlyn . . . . . . . . . .2005-08 PETERSEN, Amber . . .2009-Pres. PETRACCO, Carly . . . . . .2003-04 POWELL, Cindi . . . . . . . .1980-81 PRIEST, Laurie . . . . . . . . .1980-81

-RRAMOS, Devon . . . . . . . .1997-98 RANDLE, Loriessa . . . . . . . . .1996 RAZMIC, Chris . . . . . . . . . . .1980 REESE, Judi . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1980


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UNLV Coaching Records Year 1980 1981 1982 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Head Coach

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Gena Borda Gena Borda Gena Borda Frances Cox Frances Cox Shan McDonald Shan McDonald Shan McDonald Shan McDonald Shan McDonald Shan McDonald Shan McDonald Shan McDonald Shan McDonald Shan McDonald Shan McDonald Shan McDonald Shan McDonald Shan McDonald Shan McDonald Shan McDonald Shan McDonald Lonni Alameda Lonni Alameda Lonni Alameda Lonni Alameda Lonni Alameda Pete Manarino

5 11 5 28 18 15 18 32 41 49 34 37 39 49 36 26 21 18 19 26 30 21 25 44 26 37 25 31

Overall L T Pct.

1985 (28-32/6-10) Date F 9 F 9 F 15 F 15 F 16 F 16 F 17 F 17 F 18 F 18 F 23 F 23 F 24 F 24 M 8 M 8 M 9 M 9 M 10 M 16 M 16 M 22 M 22 M 23 M 23 M 26 M 26 M 27 M 29 M 29 M 30 M 30 A 1 A 1 A 2 A 2 A 3 A 3 A 12 A 12 A 13 A 13 A 15 A 15 A 16 A 16

Opponent Cal St. Fullerton Cal St. Fullerton vs. Northern Arizona-1 vs. US International-1 vs. Nevada, Reno-1 vs. San Diego St.-1 vs. UC Santa Barbara-1 vs. Nevada, Reno-1 vs. US International-1 vs. Northern Arizona-1 CAL POLY POMONA* CAL POLY POMONA* UC SANTA BARBARA* UC SANTA BARBARA* at UC Santa Barbara* at UC Santa Barbara* at Cal St. Northridge at Cal St. Northridge at UCLA UTAH UTAH NORTHERN ARIZONA CAL ST. NORTHRIDGE CAL ST. NORTHRIDGE NORTHERN ARIZONA NEBRASKA UC RIVERSIDE NEBRASKA NEVADA, RENO NEVADA, RENO at Cal Poly Pomona* at Cal Poly Pomona* NEVADA, RENO NEVADA, RENO LAVERNE COLLEGE LAVERNE COLLEGE LAVERNE COLLEGE LAVERNE COLLEGE HAWAII* HAWAII* HAWAII* HAWAII* at Utah St. at Utah St. at Utah at Utah

Outcome L, 7-0 L, 2-1 W, 3-1 L, 1-0 (x) W, 7-0 L, 5-0 W, 3-1 (x) W, 2-1 L, 3-2 W, 11-3 L, 8-5 W, 1-0 L, 3-2 W, 3-2 L, 2-1 L, 1-0 L, 4-0 L, 4-1 L, 2-0 L, 7-2 L, 3-0 W, 5-0 W, 1-0 L, 5-1 L, 9-5 L, 4-3 W, 1-0 L, 6-1 L, 5-3 W, 1-0 L, 1-0 W, 2-1 W, 4-0 W, 2-0 W, 3-1 W, 9-0 W, 10-3 W, 5-1 W, 5-3 L, 8-6 L, 6-5 W, 7-3 L, 2-1 L, 1-0 L, 7-2 L, 7-0

19 19 25 32 32 40 29 28 27 17 22 17 19 14 23 28 30 31 41 30 34 39 35 19 37 27 40 21

---------1 -1 --------------1 --

.208 .367 .200 .467 .360 .273 .383 .533 .603 .738 .607 .682 .672 .778 .610 .481 .412 .367 .316 .464 .469 .350 .410 .698 .413 .578 .386 .596

W ---6 10 7 9 17 21 25 17 23 25 27 19 17 13 8 3 7 8 4 7 17 8 12 5 7

Conference L T Pct. Finish

Postseason

---10 17 29 27 19 15 8 15 8 7 5 13 15 19 16 17 13 8 14 13 3 12 8 15 8

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A NCAA WCWS NCAA WCWS NCAA Regionals NCAA Regionals NCAA Regionals NCAA WCWS NCAA Regionals N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A NCAA Regionals N/A N/A N/A NCAA Regionals

---------1 -1 -----------------

---.375 .370 .194 .250 .472 .583 .750 .531 .734 .781 .844 .594 .531 .406 .333 .150 .350 .500 .286 .350 .850 .400 .600 .250 .467

A 19 at Northern Arizona W, 9-4 (x) A 19 at Northern Arizona W, 4-0 (x) A 20 at Northern Arizona L, 1-0 (x) A 20 at Northern Arizona W, 4-1 A 27 at Fresno St. L, 5-2 A 27 vs. San Francisco-2 W, 2-1 A 28 vs. San Francisco-2 W, 7-6 (x) A 28 at Fresno St. L, 4-0 M 3 at Nevada, Reno W, 5-2 M 3 at Nevada, Reno W, 3-1 M 4 at Pacific* L, 3-0 M 4 at Pacific* L, 3-0 M 5 at Pacific* W, 1-0 M 5 at Pacific* L, 4-0 1 - San Diego State Tournament 2 - Games played in Fresno, Calif. * - PCAA Regular Season Game

1986 (18-32/10-17) Date F 22 F 22 M 6 M 7 M 7 M 7 M 8 M 8 M 9 M 10 M 14 M 14 M 20 M 21 M 21 M 24 M 24 M 25 M 25 M 28 M 28 M 29 M 29 M 31 A 5 A 5 A 11 A 11 A 12

Opponent at Cal St. Northridge at Cal St. Northridge SOUTH FLORIDA MESA CC-1 UCLA-1 OKLAHOMA ST.-1 OREGON-1 WICHITA ST.-1 UTAH-1 OKLAHOMA CITY at Cal St. Fullerton* at Cal St. Fullerton* vs. Texas A&M-2 vs. Long Beach St.-2 vs. California-2 at Hawaii* at Hawaii* at Hawaii* at Hawaii* vs. Utah St.-3 vs. Saginaw Valley St.-3 vs. US International-3 at Hawaii-3 at Pacific* LONG BEACH ST.* LONG BEACH ST.* CAL ST. FULLERTON* CAL ST. FULLERTON* PACIFIC*

Outcome L, 1-0 L, 4-1 W, 4-0 L, 4-0 L, 10-2 L, 2-0 W, 3-0 W, 2-0 L, 7-2 W, 2-1 L, 4-0 L, 6-0 L, 5-3 L, 3-1 L, 2-0 W, 2-1 W, 5-2 L, 2-0 W, 2-0 W, 4-0 W, 5-1 W, 4-2 L, 1-0 L, 7-3 W, 2-0 L, 2-0 L, 16-0 L, 4-0 L, 1-0

---3rd 6th 4th 9th 9th 4th 2nd 4th 3rd T-1st 1st T-2nd 5th 6th 6th 6th 6th 3rd 6th 5th 2nd 4th 2nd 6th 4th

W

Home L T

3 7 0 7 9 0 N/A N/A N/A 14 13 0 8 12 0 8 20 0 10 12 0 13 17 0 20 8 0 20 4 1 17 10 0 19 3 0 16 5 0 21 5 0 18 5 0 10 11 0 12 6 0 14 9 0 7 14 0 12 10 0 17 12 0 16 17 0 15 13 0 26 9 0 18 15 0 23 12 0 22 15 1 18 9 0

A 12 PACIFIC* L, 7-5 A 14 at UCLA L, 1-0 A 14 at UCLA L, 3-0 A 15 at UC Santa Barbara* L, 1-0 (11) A 15 at UC Santa Barbara* W, 3-2 A 21 at Southern Utah W, 9-6 (10) A 21 at Southern Utah L, 6-2 A 24 at San Diego St.* W, 2-0 A 24 at San Diego St.* W, 7-3 A 25 at Cal Poly Pomona* L, 2-0 A 25 at Cal Poly Pomona* L, 7-0 A 27 at Fresno St. L, 1-0 A 27 at Fresno St. L, 4-0 M 1 San Diego St.* W, 3-1 M 1 San Diego St.* W, 7-1 M 3 Cal Poly Pomona* L, 2-1 M 3 Cal Poly Pomona* W, 2-1 M 7 at Long Beach St.* L, 1-0 M 7 at Long Beach St.* L, 2-1 L, 3-0 M 10 UC SANTA BARBARA* M 10 UC SANTA BARBARA* L, 3-2 1 - UNLV Softball Classic 2 - Pony Tournament (Fullerton, Calif.) 3 - Hawaii Invitational (Honolulu) * - PCAA Regular Season Game

1987 (15-40/7-29) Date M 1 M 1 M 4 M 4 M 6 M 6 M 6 M 8 M 9 M 9 M 13 M 13 M 15 M 15 M 18 M 18 M 19 M 20 M 20 M 21 M 27

Opponent LOYOLA MARYMOUNT LOYOLA MARYMOUNT SAN DIEGO ST.* SAN DIEGO ST.* NEVADA, RENO-1 COLORADO ST.-1 UCLA-1 CREIGHTON-1 CREIGHTON CREIGHTON at San Jose St.* at San Jose St.* at Pacific* at Pacific* HAWAII* HAWAII* HAWAII* UTAH HAWAII* UTAH vs. Central Michigan-2

Outcome W, 7-0 W, 7-0 L, 3-1 W, 4-2 W, 2-1 L, 3-1 L, 9-0 L, 13-1 (5) L, 6-3 L, 5-3 (6) W, 3-1 L, 4-0 L, 4-0 L, 3-2 L, 2-1 L, 10-6 L, 6-0 W, 2-1 (8) W, 2-1 W, 8-4 L, 4-0

Away L T

Neutral W L

2 8 0 4 8 0 N/A N/A N/A 7 15 0 7 17 0 4 18 0 4 16 0 14 10 0 16 4 0 18 8 0 9 8 0 10 8 1 18 7 0 15 2 0 9 9 0 11 9 0 3 16 0 0 15 0 2 15 0 5 11 0 7 11 0 2 8 0 3 11 0 9 5 0 4 12 0 6 8 0 2 14 0 6 5 0

0 4 0 2 N/A N/A 7 4 3 3 1 4 4 1 5 1 5 5 11 5 8 4 8 6 5 7 13 7 9 9 5 8 6 8 4 7 10 12 9 9 6 11 3 14 7 11 9 5 4 10 8 7 1 11 7 5

W

M 27 vs. Nebraska-2 L, 4-2 M 27 vs. California-2 L, 3-1 M 28 vs. Northwestern-2 W, 7-6 M 28 vs. Oklahoma City-2 L, 5-1 M 30 at Cal St. Fullerton* L, 3-1 M 30 at Cal St. Fullerton* L, 4-2 L, 7-3 (11) A 2 LONG BEACH ST.* A 2 LONG BEACH ST.* L, 5-0 A 4 UC SANTA BARBARA* L, 1-0 A 4 UC SANTA BARBARA* L, 5-4 (8) A 9 PACIFIC* W, 3-1 A 9 PACIFIC* W, 3-2 (8) A 11 at San Diego St.* L, 1-0 (11) A 11 at San Diego St.* W, 4-0 A 12 at US International L, 1-0 (8) A 12 at US International L, 1-0 L, 4-0 A 18 CAL ST. FULLERTON* A 18 CAL ST. FULLERTON* L, 15-5 A 24 at Fresno St.* L, 1-0 (20) A 24 at Fresno St.* L, 4-0 A 25 at Cal Poly Pomona* L, 11-0 A 25 at Cal Poly Pomona* L, 8-2 L, 6-1 A 27 CAL POLY POMONA* L, 7-3 A 27 CAL POLY POMONA* A 30 at UC Santa Barbara* L, 3-2 A 30 at UC Santa Barbara* L, 5-4 (9) M 1 at Loyola Marymount W, 9-2 M 1 at Loyola Marymount W, 7-0 M 2 at Long Beach St.* L, 1-0 M 2 at Long Beach St.* L, 8-2 L, 11-1 M 7 FRESNO ST.* M 7 FRESNO ST.* L, 7-1 L, 6-5 (10) M 9 SAN JOSE ST.* W, 2-1 (10) M 9 SAN JOSE ST.* 1 - UNLV Softball Classic 2 - Bud Light Nat’l Invit’l (San Jose, Calif.) * - Big West Regular Season Game

1988 (18-29/9-27) Date F 26 F 27 F 27 F 28 F 28 M 10 M 10 M 12 M 12

Opponent vs. Texas-Arlington-1 vs. New Mexico St.-1 at New Mexico-1 vs. Texas-Arlington-1 vs. New Mexico St.-1 at Fresno St.* at Fresno St.* at Long Beach St.* at Long Beach St.*

Outcome W, 7-2 L, 2-1 W, 3-1 W, 3-2 W, 2-0 L, 4-0 L, 6-0 L, 3-2 L, 2-1


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M 13 at US International W, 2-1 M 13 at US International L, 4-3 W, 4-2 M 18 SAN DIEGO ST.* M 18 SAN DIEGO ST.* L, 4-2 M 19 CAL POLY POMONA* L, 5-3 W, 4-3 M 19 CAL POLY POMONA* M 29 AUGUSTANA W, 5-4 (11) W, 7-0 M 29 AUGUSTANA M 30 HAWAII PACIFIC W, 2-0 M 30 HAWAII PACIFIC W, 9-1 A 2 at Hawaii* L, 3-0 A 2 at Hawaii* L, 2-1 (10) A 5 at Hawaii* W, 2-1 A 5 at Hawaii* L, 2-1 (12) L, 4-3 A 8 SAN JOSE ST.* W, 8-7 (8) A 8 SAN JOSE ST.* A 9 UC SANTA BARBARA* W, 3-2 A 9 UC SANTA BARBARA* W, 3-0 A 16 at San Diego St.* L, 1-0 A 16 at San Diego St.* W, 4-1 A 17 at Cal St. Fullerton* L, 2-0 A 17 at Cal St. Fullerton* L, 1-0 (8) L, 3-1 A 21 FRESNO ST.* A 21 FRESNO ST.* L, 2-0 A 23 PACIFIC* L, 4-1 L, 8-6 (8) A 23 PACIFIC* A 28 at Cal Poly Pomona* L, 5-1 A 28 at Cal Poly Pomona* L, 1-0 (10) A 29 at UC Santa Barbara* W, 3-2 A 29 at UC Santa Barbara* L, 4-1 M 1 at Pacific* L, 8-0 M 1 at Pacific* W, 3-1 M 2 at San Jose St.* L, 6-4 M 2 at San Jose St.* L, 2-0 L, 3-1 (9) M 6 CAL ST. FULLERTON* L, 4-2 M 6 CAL ST. FULLERTON* M 7 LONG BEACH ST.* L, 4-2 M 7 LONG BEACH ST.* L, 7-1 1 - New Mexico Invitational (Albuquerque) * - Big West Regular Season Game

1989 (32-28/17-19) Date F 3 F 3 M 1 M 1 M 3 M 4 M 4 M 4 M 5 M 5 M 10 M 10 M 12 M 12 M 13 M 13 M 16 M 16 M 19 M 19 M 20 M 20 M 23 M 24 M 24 M 25 M 25 M 25 M 27 M 27 M 29 M 29 A 1 A 1 A 6 A 6 A 9 A 9 A 13 A 13 A 14 A 14 A 16

Opponent at Cal St. Northridge-1 vs. St. Mary’s-1 San Diego St.* San Diego St.* PENN ST. PENN ST.-2 SACRAMENTO ST.-2 COLORADO ST.-2 SW TEXAS ST.-2 UTAH ST.-2 FRESNO ST.* FRESNO ST.* SAN JOSE ST.* SAN JOSE ST.* LONG BEACH ST.* LONG BEACH ST.* CONCORDIA OF MINN. CONCORDIA OF MINN. CAL POLY POMONA* CAL POLY POMONA* AKRON AKRON vs. Minnesota-3 vs. St. Mary’s-3 vs. San Francisco-3 vs. Oregon St.-3 vs. Iowa-3 at Pacific-3 at Cal St. Fullerton* at Cal St. Fullerton* UC SANTA BARBARA* UC SANTA BARBARA* PACIFIC* PACIFIC* at Southern Utah at Southern Utah CAL ST. FULLERTON* CAL ST. FULLERTON* at UC Santa Barbara* at UC Santa Barbara* at Cal Poly Pomona* at Cal Poly Pomona* at San Diego St.*

Outcome L, 1-0 (8) W, 4-3 (8) W, 4-0 L, 5-0 L, 3-2 W, 4-3 W, 5-0 L, 5-0 W, 7-2 L, 1-0 (10) L, 2-0 (9) L, 5-2 L, 14-2 W, 9-4 W, 2-1 W, 4-2 W, 10-2 W, 10-0 (6) L, 3-1 (13) L, 1-0 L, 2-0 L, 2-1 W, 2-1 W, 7-0 (5) W, 9-0 (5) W, 5-0 L, 1-0 (10) L, 2-1 (11) L, 5-0 L, 1-0 W, 1-0 (9) W, 1-0 W, 4-2 L, 2-0 W, 1-0 W, 5-0 L, 2-1 L, 10-7 W, 1-0 (8) W, 2-0 (10) L, 6-1 L, 3-0 W, 5-0

A 16 at San Diego St.* W, 5-2 A 20 at San Francisco W, 9-1 A 20 at San Francisco W, 7-3 A 21 at Pacific* W, 2-0 A 21 at Pacific* W, 7-5 A 22 at Santa Clara W, 1-0 A 22 at Santa Clara L, 2-1 (8) W, 5-4 (8) A 24 HAWAII* A 24 HAWAII* L, 5-0 A 25 HAWAII* L, 2-1 L, 5-2 A 25 HAWAII* A 30 at Long Beach St.* L, 1-0 A 30 at Long Beach St.* W, 2-1 M 5 at Fresno St.* L, 3-2 (11) M 5 at Fresno St.* L, 4-1 M 7 at San Jose St.* W, 1-0 M 7 at San Jose St.* W, 1-0 1 - Tourn. of Champions (Northridge, Calif.) 2 - Spuds MacKenzie Spring Fling 3 - Libby Matson Tourn. (Stockton, Calif.) * - Big West Regular Season Game

1990 (41-27/21-15) Date F 23 F 23 F 24 F 24 F 25 F 25 F 28 F 28 M 2 M 2 M 2 M 3 M 3 M 4 M 8 M 8 M 10 M 10 M 13 M 13 M 16 M 16 M 17 M 17 M 20 M 20 M 21 M 23 M 23 M 24 M 24 M 30 M 30 A 1 A 1 A 6 A 6 A 7 A 7 A 10 A 10 A 12 A 12 A 14 A 14 A 16 A 16 A 19 A 19 A 21 A 21 A 27 A 27 A 29 A 29 A 30 A 30 M 4 M 4 M 5 M 5 M 18

Opponent vs. Texas-Arlington-1 vs. Texas-Arlington-1 at New Mexico-1 at New Mexico-1 vs. Iowa-1 vs. Iowa-1 SAN DIEGO ST.* SAN DIEGO ST.* SACRAMENTO ST.-2 OREGON ST.-2 SW TEXAS ST.-2 UTAH ST.-2 SAN DIEGO ST.-2 CAL POLY POMONA-2 at Fresno St.* at Fresno St.* at Long Beach St.* at Long Beach St.* ARIZONA ST. ARIZONA ST. UTAH UTAH CAL POLY POMONA* CAL POLY POMONA* NEW MEXICO ST. NEW MEXICO ST. at Chaminade at Hawaii* at Hawaii* at Hawaii* at Hawaii* at Arizona St. at Arizona St. vs. Oregon St.-3 vs. Oregon St.-3 SAN JOSE ST.* SAN JOSE ST.* UC SANTA BARBARA* UC SANTA BARBARA* at Southern Utah at Southern Utah at Cal Poly Pomona* at Cal Poly Pomona* at San Diego St.* at San Diego St.* at Cal St. Fullerton* at Cal St. Fullerton* FRESNO ST.* FRESNO ST.* PACIFIC* PACIFIC* at UC Santa Barbara* at UC Santa Barbara* at Pacific* at Pacific* at San Jose St.* at San Jose St.* CAL ST. FULLERTON* CAL ST. FULLERTON* LONG BEACH ST.* LONG BEACH ST.* vs. San Jose St.-4

Outcome L, 4-3 W, 3-1 L, 1-0 W, 4-3 L, 2-1 L, 5-4 W, 3-0 W, 2-1 W, 9-1 W, 6-0 W, 10-0 (5) W, 2-0 W, 2-1 L, 3-0 W, 5-2 L, 1-0 L, 1-0 L, 1-0 (9) W, 5-0 L, 1-0 (11) W, 1-0 L, 5-3 W, 1-0 W, 2-0 W, 1-0 W, 7-0 W, 9-3 W, 1-0 W, 5-0 W, 2-1 W, 4-3 (10) L, 4-0 L, 2-1 W, 8-0 (5) W, 4-0 L, 1-0 W, 6-1 W, 2-0 W, 2-0 W, 1-0 W, 4-1 L, 6-0 L, 2-0 L, 2-1 (13) W, 1-0 (9) L, 4-0 W, 2-0 (13) W, 2-0 L, 6-1 W, 4-1 L, 1-0 W, 1-0 W, 2-0 L, 2-1 W, 3-2 L, 6-5 L, 3-0 W, 1-0 W, 3-2 L, 3-1 (10) L, 2-0 W, 2-1

M 18 at California-4 W, 1-0 M 19 at California-4 L, 1-0 M 19 at California-4 W, 1-0 M 23 vs. Long Beach St.-5 L, 2-0 M 25 vs. Kent St.-5 W, 5-2 M 26 vs. Florida St.-5 L, 4-1 1 - New Mexico Invitational (Albuquerque) 2 - UNLV Spring Fling Classic 3 - Games played in Tempe, Ariz. 4 - NCAA Regional #5 (Berkeley, Calif.) 5 - NCAA WCWS (Oklahoma City, Okla.) * - Big West Regular Season Game

1991 (49-17-1/20-4-1) Date Opponent Outcome F 16 UC SANTA BARBARA W, 6-2 W, 2-0 F 16 UC SANTA BARBARA F 18 at Southern Utah W, 1-0 F 18 at Southern Utah W, 6-0 F 21 vs. Illinois St.-1 W, 2-1 (8) F 21 at #12 Arizona St.-1 L, 4-2 (9) F 22 vs. Colorado St.-1 W, 5-1 F 22 vs. #3 Arizona-1 L, 1-0 F 23 vs. UC Santa Barbara-1 L, 2-1 F 24 vs. #11 Iowa-1 W, 2-0 W, 2-0 M 2 IOWA ST.-2 M 2 #1 UCLA-2 L, 1-0 (8) M 2 SACRAMENTO ST.-2 W, 5-0 M 3 #20 OHIO ST.-2 W, 5-1 W, 2-0 M 3 UTAH-2 M 5 HAWAII* W, 6-2 M 5 HAWAII* W, 2-0 M 6 HAWAII* W, 2-0 W, 5-3 M 6 HAWAII* M 9 vs. Santa Clara-3 W, 14-0 (5) M 9 at Cal St. Northridge-3 W, 9-6 M 10 at Cal St. Northridge-3 W, 3-2 (8) M 10 vs. Santa Clara-3 W, 19-0 (5) M 15 at #13 Long Beach St.* W, 1-0 M 15 at #13 Long Beach St.* L, 2-1 (9) M 16 at Cal Poly Pomona W, 4-2 (8) M 16 at Cal Poly Pomona W, 1-0 M 21 vs. Rutgers-4 W, 8-1 M 21 vs. Minnesota-4 L, 4-0 M 22 vs. Kent St.-5 W, 3-1 M 23 vs. #16 Oregon-4 W, 1-0 (8) M 23 vs. #2 Fresno St.-4 W, 1-0 M 24 vs. Arizona-4 W, 2-0 M 24 at #7 Cal St. Fullerton-4 L, 5-0 M 27 at #18 San Jose St.* L, 6-3 M 27 at #18 San Jose St.* W, 2-0 M 29 at Pacific* W, 1-0 M 29 at Pacific* W, 2-0 M 30 at #2 Fresno St.* W, 2-0 M 30 at #2 Fresno St.* L, 2-0 A 5 at New Mexico St.* W, 9-2 A 5 at New Mexico St.* W, 3-0 A 8 #4 CAL ST. FULLERTON* W, 1-0 (10) A 8 #4 CAL ST. FULLERTON* T, 3-3 (16) A 13 #14 LONG BEACH ST.* L, 2-1 (18) W, 2-1 A 13 #14 LONG BEACH ST.* A 14 CAL POLY POMONA W, 4-0 L, 2-0 A 14 CAL POLY POMONA A 19 at #5 Cal St. Fullerton* W, 1-0 A 19 at #5 Cal St. Fullerton* L, 3-0 A 20 at UC Santa Barbara* L, 1-0 (11) A 20 at UC Santa Barbara* W, 2-1 A 25 #2 FRESNO ST.* L, 3-0 W, 3-1 A 25 #2 FRESNO ST.* A 27 PACIFIC* W, 2-1 (8) A 27 PACIFIC* W, 5-1 M 4 at Utah St.* L, 3-2 (14) M 4 at Utah St.* W, 4-0 W, 3-2 M 10 #13 SAN JOSE ST.* W, 2-1 M 10 #13 SAN JOSE ST.* M 11 NEW MEXICO ST.* W, 3-1 W, 8-0 (6) M 11 NEW MEXICO ST.* M 18 vs. Connecticut-5 W, 3-0 M 18 at #20 Massachusetts-5 W, 4-0 M 19 at #20 Massachusetts-5 W, 5-0 M 23 vs. #7 Arizona-6 L, 1-0 (13) M 24 vs. #12 Florida State-6 L, 3-1 1 - ASU Coca-Cola Classic (Tempe, Ariz.) 2 - UNLV Spring Fling Classic 3 - Cal State Northridge Mini-Tourn. (Northridge, Calif.

4 - Pony Tournament (Fullerton, Calif.) 5 - NCAA Regional #5 (Amherst, Mass.) 6 - NCAA WCWS (Oklahoma City, Okla.) * - Big West Regular Season Game

1992 (34-22/17-10) Date Opponent Outcome F 14 vs. Southern Utah-1 W, 3-0 F 14 vs. Southern Utah-1 W, 9-8 F 21 vs. Cal Poly Pomona-2 L, 5-1 F 21 vs. Colorado St.-2 W, 8-0 F 22 vs. #3 Arizona-2 L, 1-0 (8) F 23 vs. #7 Iowa-2 W, 2-1 F 27 TOLEDO W, 8-0 (5) F 28 #20 OREGON-3 L, 1-0 W, 6-0 F 28 #9 SW LOUISIANA-3 F 28 SOUTHERN UTAH-3 W, 6-0 F 29 #5 CAL ST. FULLERTON-3 W, 1-0 M 1 CAL POLY POMONA-3 W, 2-1 (10) W, 3-0 M 1 CAL ST. NORTHRIDGE-3 M 4 #12 LONG BEACH ST.* L, 2-1 (8) W, 2-1 M 4 #12 LONG BEACH ST.* M 9 UTAH ST.* W, 2-1 W, 7-0 M 9 UTAH ST.* M 10 UTAH ST.* L, 3-0 L, 1-0 (8) M 10 UTAH ST.* M 13 #4 FRESNO ST.* W, 3-2 M 13 #4 FRESNO ST.* L, 2-0 M 21 at #10 Cal St. Fullerton* W, 3-0 M 21 at #10 Cal St. Fullerton* L, 2-0 W, 1-0 (8) M 24 #12 MISSOURI M 24 #12 MISSOURI W, 1-0 (8) M 26 vs. Oregon-4 W, 10-0 (5) M 26 vs. Western Illinois-4 W, 1-0 M 27 vs. Utah-4 W, 3-0 M 28 vs. Illinois St.-4 W, 1-0 M 28 vs. #2 Arizona-4 L, 1-0 L, 2-1 A 2 #13 CAL POLY POMONA A 2 #13 CAL POLY POMONA W, 8-0 A 3 NEW MEXICO ST.* L, 7-2 A 3 NEW MEXICO ST.* L, 1-0 A 11 at #20 Long Beach St.* W, 4-2 A 11 at #20 Long Beach St.* L, 2-0 W, 10-0 (5) A 13 PACIFIC* A 13 PACIFIC* W, 3-0 A 15 at New Mexico St.* W, 9-0 A 15 at New Mexico St.* W, 3-1 A 17 at #16 San Jose St.* L, 1-0 (15) A 17 at #16 San Jose St.* W, 1-0 (6) W, 2-0 A 19 UC SANTA BARBARA* A 19 UC SANTA BARBARA* W, 1-0 A 24 at #4 Fresno St.* L, 3-0 A 24 at #4 Fresno St.* L, 2-0 A 26 at Pacific* L, 2-0 A 26 at Pacific* W, 4-2 M 1 at Hawaii* W, 3-0 M 1 at Hawaii* W, 11-1 (5) M 2 at Hawaii* W, 5-1 M 2 at Hawaii* L, 5-0 M 9 #5 CAL ST. FULLERTON* L, 2-1 L, 5-0 M 9 #5 CAL ST. FULLERTON* M 16 at SW Louisiana-5 L, 1-0 (9) M 16 vs. Florida St.-5 L, 4-0 1 - Games Played in Mesquite, Nev. 2 - ASU Coca-Cola Classic (Tempe, Ariz.) 3 - UNLV Spring Fling Classic 4 - Pony Tournament (Fullerton, Calif.) 5 - NCAA Regional #8 (Lafayette, La.) * - Big West Regular Season Game

1993 (37-17-1/19-3) Date F 13 F 13 F 19 F 20 F 21 F 21 F 26 F 26 M 7 M 7 M 13 M 13 M 15

Opponent Outcome UC SANTA BARBARA* W, 11-10 (9) W, 8-1 UC SANTA BARBARA* vs. #1 UCLA-1 L, 3-1 vs. #15 Utah St.-1 W, 2-0 vs. #2 Arizona-1 L, 4-2 vs. Oklahoma St.-1 W, 3-2 SACRAMENTO ST.-2 W, 6-0 W, 7-0 OREGON-2 #16 SOUTH CAROLINA W, 8-5 #16 SOUTH CAROLINA L, 4-2 W, 4-2 #4 CAL ST. FULLERTON* #4 CAL ST. FULLERTON* W, 1-0 at New Mexico St.* W, 6-2


ALL-TIME RESULTS M 15 at New Mexico St.* W, 8-3 M 18 #12 Massachusetts-3 W, 7-0 M 18 #12 Massachusetts-3 W, 16-1 (5) M 19 at #7 Cal St. Northridge L, 3-0 M 19 at #7 Cal St. Northridge L, 4-1 M 25 vs. Utah-4 W, 2-0 M 25 vs. #5 Oklahoma St.-4 L, 1-0 M 26 vs. Oregon-4 W, 7-5 (8) M 27 vs. Minnesota-4 W, 5-4 M 28 vs. #7 Cal St. Northridge-4 L, 4-2 M 29 at #11 Long Beach St.* W, 4-0 (8) M 29 at #11 Long Beach St.* L, 2-1 A 2 at Pacific* W, 2-1 A 2 at Pacific* T, 4-4 (13) A 3 at San Jose St.* W, 2-1 A 3 at San Jose St.* W, 6-0 A 9 at Utah St.* L, 4-0 A 10 at Utah St.* L, 2-1 A 10 at Utah St.* W, 2-1 (8) A 11 at Utah St.* L, 4-1 W, 14-2 (5) A 13 PACIFIC* A 13 PACIFIC* W, 4-3 (9) A 17 HAWAII* W, 2-1 A 17 HAWAII* W, 3-1 A 18 HAWAII* W, 5-2 W, 6-5 A 18 HAWAII* A 25 NEW MEXICO ST.* W, 1-0 (9) W, 1-0 A 25 NEW MEXICO ST.* W, 2-0 M 1 #7 LONG BEACH ST.* L, 4-3 (9) M 1 #7 LONG BEACH ST.* M 2 CAL POLY POMONA W, 8-3 W, 1-0 M 2 CAL POLY POMONA M 7 at #15 Cal St. Fullerton* L, 1-0 M 7 at #15 Cal St. Fullerton* L, 1-0 M 8 UC SANTA BARBARA* W, 3-2 (12) W, 3-2 M 8 UC SANTA BARBARA* M 14 SAN JOSE ST.* L, 3-2 M 14 SAN JOSE ST.* W, 3-2 (14) M 22 vs. Connecticut-5 W, 2-1 M 22 at #18 Hofstra-5 W, 6-0 M 23 vs. Connecticut-5 L, 2-0 M 23 vs. Connecticut-5 L, 2-0 1 - ASU Coca-Cola Classic (Tempe, Ariz.) 2 - UNLV Spring Fling Classic 3 - Games played in Fullerton, Calif. 4 - Pony Tournament (Fullerton, Calif.) 5 - NCAA Regional #6 (Hempstead, N.Y.) * - Big West Regular Season Game

1994 (39-19/25-7) Date F 18 F 18 F 19 F 19 F 20 F 20 F 22 F 22 F 23 F 23 F 25 F 25 F 26 F 27 F 27 M 9 M 9 M 12 M 12 M 13 M 13 M 15 M 15 M 19 M 19 M 20 M 20 M 24 M 24 M 24 M 25 M 26 A 2 A 2 A 4

Opponent vs. Illinois St.-1 vs. Arizona-1 vs. Oregon-1 at Arizona St.-1 vs. Fresno St.-1 at Arizona St.-1 UTAH ST. UTAH ST. UTAH ST. UTAH ST. SOUTH CAROLINA-2 UCLA-2 OREGON-2 UTAH-2 TOLEDO-2 NEW MEXICO ST. NEW MEXICO ST. at Cal St. Fullerton* at Cal St. Fullerton* at San Diego St. at San Diego St. at Fresno St. at Fresno St. at Long Beach St.* at Long Beach St.* at UC Santa Barbara* at UC Santa Barbara* vs. Washington-3 vs. Fresno St.-3 vs. Oklahoma St.-3 vs. SW Louisiana-3 vs. Massachusetts-3 SAN JOSE ST.* SAN JOSE ST.* PACIFIC*

Outcome W, 8-4 L, 10-1 W, 4-2 W, 6-2 L, 5-2 W, 4-3 W, 6-4 W, 4-0 W, 6-3 W, 9-0 W, 11-0 L, 5-0 L, 5-3 W, 2-1 W, 6-1 W, 4-0 L, 5-2 W, 3-2 W, 5-0 W, 4-1 W, 6-0 L, 4-0 L, 4-3 W, 2-1 L, 2-1 W, 7-3 W, 5-3 W, 4-3 L, 6-3 L, 3-2 L, 4-1 W, 12-0 W, 3-1 W, 3-1 W, 2-1

A 4 PACIFIC* L, 6-3 A 9 at Arizona L, 9-1 A 9 at Arizona W, 7-6 A 15 at New Mexico St.* W, 1-0 A 15 at New Mexico St.* W, 4-0 A 22 at Hawaii* W, 2-0 A 22 at Hawaii* L, 1-0 A 23 at Hawaii* W, 2-0 A 23 at Hawaii* L, 4-1 A 30 LONG BEACH ST.* L, 1-0 W, 4-1 A 30 LONG BEACH ST.* W, 8-0 M 7 UC SANTA BARBARA* M 7 UC SANTA BARBARA* W, 7-4 M 8 CAL ST. FULLERTON* W, 1-0 M 8 CAL ST. FULLERTON* W, 7-1 M 13 San Jose St.* W, 8-0 M 13 San Jose St.* W, 3-0 M 14 Pacific* L, 9-2 M 14 Pacific* W, 4-1 M 20 at South Carolina-4 W, 2-1 M 21 vs. UCLA-4 W, 1-0 M 22 vs. UCLA-4 L, 2-1 M 22 vs. UCLA-4 L, 3-2 1 - ASU Coca-Cola Classic (Tempe, Ariz.) 2 - UNLV Spring Fling Classic 3 - Pony Tournament (Fullerton, Calif.) 4 - NCAA Regional #5 (Columbia, S.C.) * - Big West Regular Season Game

1995 (49-14/27-5) Date F 11 F 11 F 17 F 17 F 17 F 18 F 18 F 19 F 22 F 22 F 24 F 24 F 25 F 25 F 26 F 26 M 3 M 4 M 8 M 8 M 15 M 15 M 16 M 16 M 18 M 18 M 24 M 24 M 24 M 25 M 26 M 29 M 29 M 31 M 31 A 1 A 1 A 8 A 8 A 15 A 15 A 17 A 17 A 19 A 19 A 22 A 22 A 23 A 23 A 26 A 26 M 5 M 5 M 6 M 6

Opponent at UC Santa Barbara* at UC Santa Barbara* vs. Ohio St.-1 vs. #1 Arizona-1 vs. Illinois St.-1 vs. Eastern Michigan-1 vs. Massachusetts-1 vs. #7 Utah-1 TULSA TULSA OREGON ST.-2 #7 UTAH-2 #4 OKLAHOMA ST.-2 OREGON-2 PACIFIC-2 UTAH-2 vs. #10 Michigan-3 vs. #15 South Carolina-3 UC SANTA BARBARA* UC SANTA BARBARA* at San Jose St.* at San Jose St.* at Pacific* at Pacific* #20 TEXAS A&M #20 TEXAS A&M vs. Minnesota-4 vs. #14 SW Louisiana-4 vs. Oregon St.-4 vs. Bowling Green-4 vs. #1 Arizona-4 #4 CAL ST. FULLERTON* #4 CAL ST. FULLERTON* #14 HAWAII* #14 HAWAII* #14 HAWAII* #14 HAWAII* at New Mexico St.* at New Mexico St.* at Long Beach St.* at Long Beach St.* at #3 Cal St. Fullerton* at #3 Cal St. Fullerton* LONG BEACH ST.* LONG BEACH ST.* SAN JOSE ST.* SAN JOSE ST.* PACIFIC* PACIFIC* NEW MEXICO ST.* NEW MEXICO ST.* at Utah St.* at Utah St.* at Utah St.* at Utah St.*

Outcome W, 4-2 W, 12-0 (6) W, 4-1 L, 11-3 W, 10-5 W, 6-3 W, 8-0 (5) W, 8-0 (5) W, 8-0 (6) W, 8-0 (6) W, 8-4 W, 5-4 (10) L, 8-4 W, 3-1 W, 7-3 W, 8-1 W, 4-0 L, 2-1 (6) W, 9-0 (5) W, 2-0 W, 3-2 (11) W, 8-0 (6) W, 7-3 W, 2-0 L, 1-0 W, 11-0 (5) W, 6-2 L, 2-1 W, 5-0 W, 5-4 L, 8-4 W, 4-3 L, 3-2 W, 2-1 W, 2-1 (11) L, 4-2 L, 7-2 W, 2-0 W, 6-1 W, 4-1 (8) L, 2-1 L, 5-4 W, 5-4 W, 5-0 W, 6-4 W, 2-0 W, 10-4 W, 1-0 (8) W, 4-1 W, 8-0 (5) W, 3-2 (9) W, 5-2 W, 7-3 W, 3-1 W, 9-8 (8)

M 19 vs. #17 Oklahoma-5 W, 10-2 (6) M 20 at #12 Oklahoma St.-5 W, 5-0 M 21 vs. #17 Oklahoma-5 L, 2-1 M 21 vs. #17 Oklahoma-5 W, 2-0 M 25 vs. #3 Cal St. Fullerton-6 L, 1-0 M 27 vs. #22 Princeton-6 W, 2-1 M 27 vs. #6 SW Louisiana-6 W, 5-1 M 28 vs. #1 Arizona-6 L, 8-0 (6) 1 - ASU Coca-Cola Classic (Tempe, Ariz.) 2 - UNLV Spring Fling Classic 3 - UCLA Easton Classic (Los Angeles) 4 - Pony Tournament (Fullerton, Calif.) 5 - NCAA Regional #4 (Stillwater, Okla.) 6 - NCAA WCWS (Oklahoma City, Okla.) * - Big West Regular Season Game

1996 (36-23/19-13) Date Opponent Outcome F 15 vs. #2 Arizona-1 L, 9-5 F 16 vs. Oregon-1 W, 14-10 F 16 vs. Florida St.-1 W, 3-2 F 17 at Arizona St.-1 W, 5-4 F 17 vs. Purdue-1 L, 7-3 F 18 vs. #4 Washington-1 L, 4-0 W, 2-0 F 23 TOLEDO-2 W, 10-2 (6) F 23 COLORADO ST.-2 F 24 UTAH-2 W, 3-2 F 24 AKRON-2 W, 9-0 (5) F 25 COLORADO ST.-2 W, 3-1 M 1 vs. #20 Illinois-Chicago-3 L, 4-1 M 1 vs. Connecticut-3 W, 3-0 M 2 vs. #14 Texas A&M-3 W, 5-3 M 2 vs. Louisiana St.-3 W, 3-2 M 3 vs. #10 California-3 W, 2-0 M 3 vs. #8 Cal St. Northridge-3 L, 4-3 W, 4-0 M 7 NEW MEXICO ST.* M 7 NEW MEXICO ST.* W, 8-5 W, 5-1 M 8 UTAH ST.* M 8 UTAH ST.* L, 6-3 M 9 UTAH ST.* W, 6-2 M 9 UTAH ST.* W, 3-2 W, 9-0 (5) M 13 MISSOURI M 13 MISSOURI W, 6-4 M 21 vs. Northwestern-4 W, 8-0 (5) M 21 vs. Oklahoma St.-4 L, 6-4 M 22 vs. Oregon St.-4 L, 5-4 M 22 vs. #4 Fresno St.-4 W, 3-0 M 23 vs. #8 South Carolina-4 W, 4-0 M 23 vs. #1 Arizona-4 L, 6-3 W, 5-2 M 27 UC SANTA BARBARA* M 27 UC SANTA BARBARA* W, 5-3 A 2 at Pacific* W, 4-3 A 2 at Pacific* W, 5-4 A 3 at San Jose St.* L, 2-0 A 3 at San Jose St.*-5 T, 5-5 (9) A 5 at UC Santa Barbara* L, 7-3 A 5 at UC Santa Barbara* L, 2-0 A 6 at Long Beach St.* W, 2-0 A 6 at Long Beach St.* L, 7-3 A 10 #25 LONG BEACH ST.* L, 5-2 L, 5-4 (11) A 10 #25 LONG BEACH ST.* A 13 SAN JOSE ST.*-5 W, 6-5 (10) W, 5-0 A 13 SAN JOSE ST.* W, 14-6 (5) A 13 SAN JOSE ST.* A 14 PACIFIC* L, 1-0 A 14 PACIFIC* L, 3-2 (8) W, 3-1 A 17 #9 CAL ST. FULLERTON* A 17 #9 CAL ST. FULLERTON* W, 5-4 A 20 at New Mexico St. L, 1-0 A 20 at New Mexico St. W, 3-2 A 26 at #9 Cal St. Fullerton W, 3-2 A 26 at #9 Cal St. Fullerton W, 3-1 M 3 at Hawaii W, 8-4 M 3 at Hawaii L, 3-1 M 4 at Hawaii L, 3-2 M 4 at Hawaii L, 6-3 M 17 at #14 Iowa-6 L, 8-0 (5) M 18 vs. Northern Illinois-6 L, 3-1 1 - ASU Coca-Cola Classic (Tempe, Ariz.) 2 - UNLV Classic 3 - NSCA Leadoff Classic (Columbus, Ga.) 4 - Pony Tournament (Fullerton, Calif.) 5 - Game suspended A 3, completed A 13. 6 - NCAA Regional #7 (Iowa City, Iowa) * - Big West Regular Season Game

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1997 (26-28/17-15) Date Opponent Outcome F 13 vs. Texas-1 W, 6-2 F 13 vs. Utah St.-1 L, 2-0 F 14 at #25 Arizona St.-1 L, 7-6 (8) F 14 vs. McNeese St.-1 L, 9-2 F 15 vs. #1 Arizona-1 L, 5-2 F 16 vs. UC Santa Barbara-1 W, 9-3 W, 11-4 F 19 NEW MEXICO* F 19 NEW MEXICO* W, 4-3 L, 3-2 F 21 #11 OKLAHOMA ST.-2 F 21 #8 CALIFORNIA-2 W, 8-3 F 22 SW TEXAS ST.-2 W, 5-1 F 22 OREGON-2 W, 9-7 F 23 #2 UCLA-2 L, 9-1 L, 1-0 M 7 SAN DIEGO ST.* M 7 SAN DIEGO ST.* L, 6-0 M 15 at Tulsa* W, 3-0 M 15 at Tulsa* W, 4-2 M 16 at Tulsa* W, 2-0 M 16 at Tulsa* W, 5-2 M 20 vs. Utah St.-3 L, 1-0 M 20 vs. #14 Oklahoma-3 L, 7-3 M 21 vs. Oregon St.-3 W, 1-0 M 21 vs. #1 Arizona-3 L, 17-0 (5) M 23 vs. #22 SW Louisiana-3 W, 2-0 M 25 vs. Northwestern-4 L, 8-7 M 25 vs. Northwestern-4 W, 12-4 (5) M 26 vs. #5 Washington-5 L, 4-3 M 26 at Loyola Marymount W, 2-0 M 28 at #2 Fresno St.* L, 6-1 M 28 at #2 Fresno St.* W, 5-2 M 30 at San Jose St.* W, 12-5 M 30 at San Jose St.* W, 6-0 W, 1-0 A 5 #22 UTAH* A 5 #22 UTAH* L, 2-0 L, 3-1 A 6 #16 COLORADO ST.* A 6 #16 COLORADO ST.* W, 1-0 A 12 #22 at Utah* L, 4-0 A 12 #22 at Utah* L, 4-1 W 6-4 A 19 SAN JOSE ST.* A 19 SAN JOSE ST.* W, 9-8 A 20 #1 FRESNO ST.* L, 11-1 (5) A 20 #1 FRESNO ST.* L, 3-0 A 26 at Cal St. Fullerton L, 4-0 A 26 at Cal St. Fullerton L, 5-2 A 27 at San Diego St.* W, 8-3 A 27 at San Diego St.* W, 3-1 A 30 at Colorado St.* L, 6-0 A 30 at Colorado St.* L, 7-4 L, 4-1 M 2 HAWAII* M 2 HAWAII* L, 18-2 (5) L, 2-1 M 3 HAWAII* M 3 HAWAII* W, 4-3 M 10 at New Mexico* L, 2-1 (8) M 10 at New Mexico* W, 12-1 (6) 1 - ASU Coca-Cola Classic (Tempe, Ariz.) 2 - UNLV Classic 3 - Pony Tournament (Fullerton, Calif.) 4 - Game played in Fullerton, Calif. 5 - Game played in Los Angeles. * - WAC Regular Season Game

1998 (21-30/13-19) Date F 12 F 13 F 14 F 15 F 20 F 21 F 21 F 22 F 22 F 27 F 27 F 28 F 28 M 6 M 6 M 8 M 8 M 15 M 15

Opponent Texas-1 Alabama-1 #12 Massachusetts-1 #23 Arizona St.-1 PACIFIC-2 BOWLING GREEN-2 #3 WASHINGTON-2 OREGON-2 #7 CALIFORNIA-2 TULSA* TULSA* TULSA* TULSA* UTAH* UTAH* #23 COLORADO ST.* #23 COLORADO ST.* at San Diego St.* at San Diego St.*

Outcome W, 5-4 W, 8-4 W, 4-2 L, 6-0 W, 3-0 W, 5-0 L, 4-2 L, 4-3 L, 4-2 W, 8-2 W, 3-2 L, 2-1 W, 1-0 L, 4-2 L, 2-1 W, 3-0 W, 3-2 L, 1-0 L, 6-5


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M 17 NEW MEXICO* W, 4-2 M 17 NEW MEXICO* W, 1-0 M 19 vs. #11 Texas-3 L, 1-0 M 19 vs. Georgia St.-3 L, 6-4 M 20 vs. #22 Cal St. Northridge-3 L, 2-0 M 20 vs. #6 Oklahoma-3 L, 5-3 M 21 vs. Cal St. Fullerton-3 W, 4-2 W, 5-4 A 3 SAN JOSE ST.* A 3 SAN JOSE ST.* W, 6-5 A 4 #3 FRESNO ST.* L, 9-3 L, 15-13 A 4 #3 FRESNO ST.* A 7 at #15 Long Beach St. L, 2-1 A 8 at Cal St. Fullerton L, 1-0 A 8 at Cal St. Fullerton L, 3-0 A 17 at Utah* L, 3-2 A 17 at Utah* L, 6-2 A 18 at Colorado St.* L, 8-0 A 18 at Colorado St.* L, 12-5 W, 1-0 A 21 SAN DIEGO ST.* L, 9-0 A 21 SAN DIEGO ST.* A 24 at San Jose St.* W, 7-4 A 24 at San Jose St.* L, 7-6 A 25 at #4 Fresno St.* L, 9-1 A 25 at #4 Fresno St.* L, 10-2 A 27 WESTERN ILLINOIS W, 4-0 W, 10-2 A 27 WESTERN ILLINOIS M 1 vs. #12 Hawaii* L, 4-1 M 1 vs. #12 Hawaii* L, 4-1 M 2 vs. #12 Hawaii* L, 5-1 M 2 vs. #12 Hawaii* L, 9-1 M 9 vs. New Mexico* W, 7-5 M 9 vs. New Mexico* W, 11-3 1 - ASU Coca-Cola Classic (Tempe, Ariz.) 2 - UNLV Classic 3 - Kia Klassic (Fullerton, Calif.) * - WAC Regular Season Game

1999 (18-31/8-16) Date F 6 F 6 F 12 F 13 F 13 F 14 F 19 F 19 F 20 F 20 F 21 F 26 F 26 F 28 M 7 M 7 M 12 M 13 M 13 M 18 M 18 M 19 M 20 M 20 M 27 M 28 M 28 M 31 M 31 A 2 A 3 A 3 A 9 A 10 A 10 A 14 A 14 A 17 A 17 A 18 A 24 A 24 A 25 M 7 M 7 M 8 M 13

Opponent Outcome SOUTHERN UTAH W, 2-0 SOUTHERN UTAH W, 9-1 vs. #8 Nebraska-1 L, 9-5 vs. Mississippi St.-1 L, 9-1 (5) at #2 Arizona St.-1 L, 12-5 vs. #21 Florida St.-1 L, 9-6 W, 12-0 (5) UTAH ST.-2 CALIFORNIA-2 W, 6-2 FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL-2 W, 6-4 #25 OREGON-2 L, 12-5 L, 9-0 (5) LOYOLA MARYMOUNT-2 SAN JOSE ST.* W, 6-0 SAN JOSE ST.* W, 11-4 SAN JOSE ST.* W, 4-0 L, 8-1 CAL ST. NORTHRIDGE CAL ST. NORTHRIDGE L, 12-4 (5) at #25 Hawaii* L, 1-0 at #25 Hawaii* L, 10-2 (5) at #25 Hawaii* L, 4-1 vs. Florida-3 L, 5-1 vs. #5 Oklahoma-3 W, 7-3 vs. #4 Washington-3 W, 5-3 vs. Utah-3 W, 10-6 vs. #3 Fresno St.-3 L, 7-2 L, 5-3 SAN DIEGO ST.* SAN DIEGO ST.* W, 9-1 (5) SAN DIEGO ST.* L, 3-1 at Pacific L, 6-0 at Pacific L, 3-1 at #2 Fresno St.* L, 10-1 (5) at #2 Fresno St.* L, 2-0 at #2 Fresno St.* L, 8-0 (6) at Colorado St.* L, 3-2 at Colorado St.* L, 8-7 at Colorado St.* L, 7-4 L, 3-0 LONG BEACH ST. LONG BEACH ST. W, 4-2 W, 8-3 TULSA* TULSA* L, 13-2 (6) TULSA* W, 2-1 at #20 New Mexico* L, 9-1 (6) at #20 New Mexico* L, 8-3 at #20 New Mexico* L, 9-5 W, 2-1 (9) UTAH* UTAH* W, 3-2 L, 6-5 UTAH* vs. Hawaii L, 4-3

M 14 vs. Utah L, 8-1 1 - Fiesta Bowl Tournament (Tempe, Ariz.) 2 - UNLV Classic 3 - Kia Klassic (Fullerton, Calif.) 4 - WAC Tournament (Fresno, Calif.) * - WAC Regular Season Game

2000 (19-41/3-17) Date Opponent Outcome F 5 SOUTHERN UTAH W, 8-0 (5) F 5 SOUTHERN UTAH W, 14-1 (5) F 11 vs. #21 Stanford-1 L, 12-2 (5) F 11 vs. #13 Nebraska-1 W, 7-6 F 12 vs. #16 Massachusetts-1 W, 4-3 F 12 vs. Utah St.-1 L, 9-7 F 13 vs. #4 Arizona-1 L, 10-1 (6) W, 3-0 F 17 VIRGINIA F 18 CAL POLY-2 W, 7-1 F 18 #11 OREGON ST.-2 W, 1-0 W, 2-1 F 19 #23 CENTRAL MICHIGAN-2 F 19 #13 NEBRASKA-2 W, 1-0 L, 9-3 F 20 #12 CALIFORNIA-2 F 24 TULSA W, 5-3 L, 9-2 F 26 TEXAS A&M F 26 PACIFIC L, 2-1 L, 7-6 F 27 TEXAS A&M F 27 PACIFIC W, 3-1 M 11 vs. Eastern Illinois-3 W, 8-2 M 11 vs. #16 La.-Lafayette-3 L, 8-0 (5) M 12 vs. Eastern Illinois-3 W, 5-2 M 12 vs. #16 La.-Lafayette-3 L, 6-0 M 16 vs. DePaul-4 L, 2-1 M 16 vs. #12 Oregon St.-4 L, 3-0 (9) M 17 vs. #6 Oklahoma-4 L, 10-5 M 18 vs. #2 Arizona-4 L, 4-0 M 18 vs. #7 Fresno St.-4 L, 3-0 M 24 at #5 Arizona St. L, 1-0 M 25 at #5 Arizona St. L, 4-2 M 26 at #5 Arizona St. L, 3-1 L, 3-2 M 29 #12 CAL ST. FULLERTON M 29 #12 CAL ST. FULLERTON L, 14-0 (5) M 31 BYU* L, 4-2 M 31 BYU* W, 4-3 (8) L, 14-6 A 2 UTAH* A 2 UTAH* L, 14-3 (6) L, 6-2 A 6 NEW MEXICO ST. A 6 NEW MEXICO ST. W, 7-3 A 8 at San Diego St.* L, 3-0 A 8 at San Diego St.* L, 6-0 A 11 at Southern Utah L, 3-2 A 11 at Southern Utah L, 7-6 L, 2-1 A 14 COLORADO ST.* A 14 COLORADO ST.* L, 3-2 L, 7-5 A 16 NEW MEXICO* A 16 NEW MEXICO* L, 8-2 A 21 at Utah* W, 7-4 A 21 at Utah* L, 7-6 (8) A 22 at BYU* L, 7-6 A 22 at BYU* L, 4-3 A 27 SAN DIEGO ST.* L, 11-9 L, 8-4 A 27 SAN DIEGO ST.* M 5 at New Mexico* L, 9-1 (5) M 5 at New Mexico* L, 8-0 (5) M 7 at Colorado St.* L, 2-1 M 7 at Colorado St.* W, 5-2 M 11 vs. San Diego St. W, 14-3 M 11 vs. New Mexico L, 7-0 M 12 vs. BYU W, 1-0 M 12 at Utah L, 11-2 (5) 1 - ASU Tournament (Tempe, Ariz.) 2 - UNLV Classic 3 - UNLV Tri Tourney 4 - Louisiana-Lafayette Tourney (Lafayette) 5 - MWC Tournament (Salt Lake City) * - MWC Regular Season Game

2001 (26-30/7-13) F F F F F F F

Date 6 6 9 9 10 10 11

Opponent ST. MARY’S ST. MARY’S vs. Massachusetts-1 vs. #12 Nebraska-1 vs. Missouri-1 vs. #24 Texas-1 vs. #8 Louisiana St.-1

Outcome W, 11-3 (6) W, 8-1 L, 6-0 L, 3-0 W, 11-6 W, 10-6 L, 4-2

L, 6-4 F 16 CENTRAL MICHIGAN-2 F 16 WISCONSIN-2 W, 1-0 L, 3-0 F 17 #7 CALIFORNIA-2 F 17 KANSAS-2 W, 2-0 F 18 PORTLAND ST.-2 W, 7-6 (10) W, 3-2 F 23 #23 MISSISSIPPI ST.-3 F 23 #23 MISSISSIPPI ST.-3 W, 2-0 L, 1-0 F 25 PENN ST.-3 F 25 PENN ST.-3 L, 5-4 M 2 vs. South Florida-4 W, 2-0 M 2 vs. South Florida-4 W, 5-2 M 3 vs. Cal St. Northridge-4 W, 3-1 M 3 vs. Cal St. Northridge-4 L, 5-1 M 4 at #1 UCLA-4 L, 3-0 M 8 SOUTHERN UTAH W, 7-4 W, 3-2 M 8 SOUTHERN UTAH M 13 at Cal Poly L, 2-0 M 13 at Cal Poly L, 5-2 M 14 vs. #24 Cal St. Northridge-5 W, 7-5 M 15 vs. #2 Arizona-5 L, 10-0 (5) M 16 vs. DePaul-5 L, 5-2 M 16 vs. La.-Lafayette-5 L, 6-2 M 17 vs. New Mexico St.-5 W, 3-1 M 27 at Southern Utah W, 6-2 M 27 at Southern Utah L, 2-1 L, 4-2 M 31 SAN DIEGO ST.* M 31 SAN DIEGO ST.* W, 6-5 (9) W, 6-4 A 3 UC RIVERSIDE W, 10-9 (9) A 3 UC RIVERSIDE A 6 BYU* W, 4-3 A 6 BYU* L, 9-4 L, 5-2 A 8 UTAH* A 8 UTAH* W, 7-4 A 13 at Colorado St.* L, 5-2 A 13 at Colorado St.* W, 4-3 (8) A 15 at New Mexico* W, 4-2 A 15 at New Mexico* L, 10-9 (8) A 21 at San Diego St.* L, 1-0 A 21 at San Diego St.* W, 8-2 (6) A 27 at Utah* L, 1-0 A 27 at Utah* L, 3-2 A 28 at BYU* L, 7-1 A 28 at BYU* L, 10-2 (5) L, 4-2 M 4 NEW MEXICO* M 4 NEW MEXICO* L, 6-0 M 6 COLORADO ST.* W, 4-3 M 6 COLORADO ST.* L, 4-3 M 10 vs. San Diego St.-6 L, 4-0 M 11 at New Mexico-6 L, 3-1 1 - Fiesta Bowl Tournament (Tempe, Ariz.) 2 - UNLV Classic 3 - UNLV Tri Tourney 4 - UCLA Tournament (Los Angeles) 5 - Kia Klassic (Fullerton, Calif.) 6 - MWC Tournament (Albuquerque, N.M.) * - MWC Regular Season Game

2002 (30-34/8-8) Date F 5 F 5 F 8 F 8 F 9 F 9 F 10 F 15 F 15 F 16 F 16 F 17 F 20 F 20 F 23 F 23 F 24 F 24 M 1 M 1 M 2 M 2 M 3 M 8 M 8 M 9 M 10

Opponent ST. MARY’S ST. MARY’S vs. Wisconsin-1 vs. #12 Nebraska-1 vs. #24 Massachusetts-1 vs. #5 California-1 vs. Texas A&M-1 #13 ALABAMA-2 KANSAS-2 TEXAS TECH-2 CENTRAL MICHIGAN-2 CAL POLY-2 SOUTHERN UTAH SOUTHERN UTAH #12 PACIFIC #15 DEPAUL #15 DEPAUL #12 PACIFIC vs. #3 Stanford-3 vs. #12 Washington-3 vs. UC Santa Barbara-3 vs. Eastern Kentucky-3 vs. Utah St.-3 OREGON BOSTON COLLEGE BOSTON COLLEGE NOTRE DAME

Outcome W, 6-2 W, 7-3 L, 3-0 L, 1-0 W, 6-4 L, 5-0 L, 6-2 L, 8-2 W, 7-3 W, 7-4 W, 10-5 W, 7-3 W, 1-0 (8) W, 7-2 L, 4-3 (8) L, 3-2 L, 3-1 L, 5-1 L, 8-0 (6) L, 4-0 L, 5-4 L, 6-1 W, 1-0 L, 6-4 W, 3-2 L, 5-0 W, 2-1

M 14 vs. Virginia-4 L, 9-0 M 15 vs. IUPUI-4 W, 5-0 M 15 at Sacramento St.-4 W, 3-0 M 15 vs. Mid. Tennessee St.-4 W, 4-2 M 16 vs. Long Island-4 W, 6-2 M 16 vs. Miami (OH)-4 L, 4-3 (9) M 21 at Southern Utah L, 9-6 M 21 at Southern Utah W, 10-1 (5) M 24 at Portland St. L, 1-0 M 24 at Portland St. W, 7-3 M 26 at Oregon L, 1-0 M 26 at Oregon L, 5-0 M 27 at #14 Oregon St. L, 1-0 M 29 BYU* L, 7-3 M 29 BYU* L, 6-1 L, 9-5 M 30 UTAH* M 30 UTAH* W, 7-1 A 3 UC RIVERSIDE* W, 6-2 A 3 UC RIVERSIDE* W, 6-0 L, 3-0 A 6 SAN DIEGO ST.* A 6 SAN DIEGO ST.* L, 1-0 A 12 at Colorado St.* W, 2-0 A 12 at Colorado St.* L, 3-2 A 14 at New Mexico* L, 6-1 A 14 at New Mexico* W, 6-4 A 21 at Utah L, 11-10 A 21 at Utah L, 6-5 (11) W, 6-5 A 26 NEW MEXICO* W, 4-2 A 26 NEW MEXICO* W, 10-4 A 28 COLORADO ST.* A 28 COLORADO ST.* W, 2-1 M 3 at UC Riverside W, 6-1 M 4 at San Diego St.* L, 6-1 M 4 at San Diego St.* W, 2-1 M 9 vs. Colorado St.-5 W, 5-1 M 9 vs. Utah-5 L, 8-0 (5) M 10 at BYU-5 L, 6-2 1 - Fiesta Bowl Tournament (Tempe, Ariz.) 2 - UNLV Classic 3 - Utah Red Desert Classic (St. George, Utah) 4 - Capital Classic (Sacramento, Calif.) 5 - MWC Tournament (Provo, Utah) * - MWC Regular Season Game

2003 (21-39/4-14) Date J 31 J 31 F 4 F 4 F 7 F 7 F 8 F 8 F 9 F 14 F 14 F 15 F 15 F 16 F 17 F 17 F 21 F 21 F 22 F 22 F 23 M 7 M 7 M 8 M 8 M 9 M 12 M 13 M 14 M 14 M 20 M 21 M 21 M 22 M 22 M 28 M 28 M 30 M 30 A 3

Opponent Outcome CAL POLY W, 3-2 (10) CAL POLY W, 8-1 ST. MARY’S L, 5-2 L, 4-3 ST. MARY’S vs. #14 Stanford-1 L, 8-0 (5) vs. #12 Texas-1 L, 7-1 vs. #23 Oregon St.-1 L, 9-2 vs. Texas Tech-1 L, 6-0 vs. Texas St.-1 W, 1-0 L, 6-0 #20 SOUTH CAROLINA-2 PURDUE-2 L, 10-1 (5) W, 3-0 TEXAS TECH-2 CENTRAL MICHIGAN-2 L, 5-1 PORTLAND ST.-2 L, 5-3 W, 1-0 SOUTHERN UTAH HAWAII W, 5-2 W, 5-0 SYRACUSE-3 L, 3-0 TENNESSEE-3 LA.-MONROE-3 W, 9-8 (9) SYRACUSE-3 W, 3-2 L, 1-0 LA.-MONROE-3 NEVADA, RENO-4 W, 2-0 L, 4-3 UTAH ST.-4 NEW MEXICO ST.-4 W, 9-1 (6) NEW MEXICO ST.-4 W, 3-1 W, 4-2 NEVADA, RENO-4 vs. Cal St. Northridge-5 L, 3-2 vs. #6 Oklahoma-5 L, 5-2 vs. #12 Arizona St.-5 L, 2-1 vs. #2 Arizona-5 L, 3-0 vs. Eastern Kentucky-6 L, 2-1 vs. Iowa-6 W, 1-0 vs. Long Island-6 L, 2-1 vs. #6 California-6 L, 1-0 vs. Utah St.-6 L, 1-0 W, 1-0 COLORADO ST.* COLORADO ST.* L, 5-1 NEW MEXICO* W, 4-3 (10) L, 7-1 NEW MEXICO* at BYU* L, 9-1 (5)


ALL-TIME RESULTS A 3 at BYU* L, 8-0 (6) A 10 at UC Riverside W, 3-0 A 10 at UC Riverside W, 4-0 A 12 at San Diego St.* L, 1-0 (10) A 12 at San Diego St.* L, 5-0 (8) L, 4-3 A 16 UC RIVERSIDE A 16 UC RIVERSIDE L, 3-1 L, 8-4 A 18 UTAH* A 18 UTAH* L, 9-0 (6) A 19 BYU* W, 3-2 A 19 BYU* L, 14-0 (5) W, 3-0 A 26 SAN DIEGO ST.* A 26 SAN DIEGO ST.* L, 5-0 M 2 at New Mexico* L, 3-2 M 2 at New Mexico* L, 1-0 M 4 at Colorado St.* L, 7-1 M 4 at Colorado St.* L, 4-2 M 8 vs. BYU-7 L, 6-0 M 9 vs. New Mexico-7 W, 3-1 M 9 vs. Colorado St.-7 L, 7-1 1 - Fiesta Bowl Tournament (Tempe, Ariz.) 2 - UNLV Softball Classic 3 - UNLV Mini I 4 - UNLV Mini II 5 - Kia Klassic (Fullerton, Calif.) 6 - Capital Classic (Sacramento, Calif.) 7 - MWC Tournament (San Diego, Calif.) * - MWC Regular Season Game

2004 (25-35/7-13) Date F 6 F 6 F 7 F 7 F 8 F 13 F 13 F 14 F 14 F 15 F 19 F 20 F 21 F 21 F 28 F 28 F 29 F 29 M 4 M 5 M 5 M 6 M 6 M 7 M 7 M 12 M 12 M 13 M 13 M 14 M 17 M 18 M 19 M 19 M 20 M 20 M 28 M 28 A 1 A 1 A 2 A 2 A 9 A 9 A 11 A 11 A 15 A 16 A 16 A 23 A 23 A 25 A 25 M 1 M 1

Opponent Outcome vs. Cal St. Northridge-1 L, 7-1 vs. New Mexico-1 W, 3-2 (8) vs. Mississippi-1 W, 8-4 at #2 Arizona-1 L, 10-1 (5) vs. Cal St. Northridge-1 L, 3-1 HAWAII-2 W, 1-0 L, 12-0 (6) #3 CALIFORNIA-2 #10 MICHIGAN-2 L, 2-1 NOTRE DAME-2 L, 3-1 WISCONSIN-2 L, 3-1 W, 3-2 NORTHERN ILLINOIS-3 ARKANSAS-3 L, 1-0 UTEP-3 W, 12-5 MICHIGAN ST.-3 W, 3-2 (8) W, 9-1 (6) SIMON FRASER-4 UTAH VALLEY ST.-4 L, 4-1 SIMON FRASER-4 L, 4-2 UTAH VALLEY ST.-4 W, 6-0 vs. Villanova-5 W, 1-0 (8) vs. Hofstra-5 W, 1-0 vs. Tennessee Tech-5 L, 10-0 (5) vs. Western Michigan-5 L, 4-1 vs. Illinois-5 L, 6-0 vs. Boston-5 W, 3-0 vs. Rutgers-5 W, 5-1 W, 10-3 SOUTHERN UTAH-6 W, 6-1 LONG ISLAND-6 #14 OREGON-6 L, 2-1 JACKSONVILLE-6 W, 8-1 W, 2-0 LONG ISLAND-6 vs. #20 Nebraska-7 L, 8-0 (5) vs. #23 Arizona St.-7 L, 6-0 vs. #4 Florida St.-7 L, 2-1 (8) vs. #1 Arizona-7 L, 10-0 (5) vs. Princeton-7 W, 4-1 vs. #20 Nebraska-7 L, 10-8 at #1 Arizona L, 11-3 (6) at #1 Arizona L, 6-4 at BYU* W, 6-3 at BYU* L, 5-3 at Utah* W, 10-1 (5) at Utah* L, 9-1 (6) W, 7-0 NEW MEXICO* W, 4-3 NEW MEXICO* COLORADO ST.* L, 5-1 L, 7-3 COLORADO ST.* at UC Riverside W, 6-1 at San Diego St.* L, 1-0 at San Diego St.* L, 4-1 at Colorado St.* L, 15-0 (5) at Colorado St.* L, 4-3 at New Mexico* L, 6-2 at New Mexico* L, 3-0 L, 5-2 SAN DIEGO ST.* SAN DIEGO ST.* L, 6-3

M 6 BYU* W, 3-2 M 6 BYU* L, 10-4 M 8 UTAH* W, 4-3 M 8 UTAH* W, 7-6 (8) M 14 vs. Utah-8 L, 1-0 1 - Pepsi Arizona Tournament (Tucson, Ariz.) 2 - UNLV Classic 3 - UNLV Tournament 4 - Rebel Spring Tournament 5 - Speedline Invitational (Clearwater, Fla.) 6 - UNLV Tournament II 7 - Kia Klassic (Fullerton, Calif.) 8 - MWC Tournament (Fort Collins, Colo.) * - MWC Regular Season Game

2005 (44-19/17-3) Date Opponent Outcome F 4 MARSHALL-1 L, 8-4 F 4 UTAH ST.-1 W, 10-7 W, 1-0 F 5 INDIANA-1 F 6 UTEP-1 W, 9-3 W, 6-1 F 6 CAL ST. NORTHRIDGE-1 F 10 PORTLAND ST.-2 W, 1-0 L, 2-1 F 12 #16 OREGON ST.-2 F 13 OKLAHOMA ST.-2 L, 4-1 L, 6-5 F 13 CENTRAL FLORIDA-2 F 17 IOWA ST.-3 W, 10-1 (5) F 19 SOUTHERN ILLINOIS-3 W, 6-2 F 20 #1 CALIFORNIA-3 L, 2-1 W, 3-2 F 20 MICHIGAN ST.-3 F 25 vs. Ohio St.-4 W, 6-0 F 25 vs. Oklahoma St.-4 L, 3-2 (8) F 26 vs. Bethune Cookman-4 W, 8-3 F 26 vs. Texas A&M-4 L, 4-0 F 27 vs. Cal St. Fullerton-4 L, 5-1 M 3 ILLINOIS-CHICAGO-5 W, 5-2 M 3 #21 OREGON-5 W, 3-2 L, 4-3 M 5 #11 OKLAHOMA-5 M 6 #14 WASHINGTON-5 W, 7-5 M 10 NORTH CAROLINA ST.-6 W, 4-2 M 10 BOWLING GREEN-6 W, 5-0 L, 5-0 M 11 #1 ARIZONA-6 M 12 PACIFIC-6 W, 6-5 M 13 MINNESOTA-6 L, 5-2 M 15 LONG ISLAND W, 11-3 W, 3-0 M 15 MINNESOTA M 16 LONG ISLAND W, 8-4 M 24 vs. Illinois-7 W, 12-2 (5) M 24 vs. #20 Northwestern-7 W, 2-1 M 25 vs. Hawaii-7 W, 4-2 M 25 vs. St. Mary’s-7 W, 5-0 M 26 at #5 Stanford-7 L, 3-0 A 1 at New Mexico* W, 10-4 A 1 at New Mexico* L, 7-3 A 3 at Colorado St.* W, 3-2 (8) A 3 at Colorado St.* W, 10-0 (5) A 9 BYU* L, 6-5 A 9 BYU* W, 6-5 W, 10-0 (5) A 10 UTAH* A 10 UTAH* W, 4-3 A 13 at #18 Fresno St. L, 1-0 A 13 at #18 Fresno St. W, 13-2 (5) W, 2-0 A 16 SAN DIEGO ST.* W, 4-0 A 16 SAN DIEGO ST.* A 22 at Utah* W, 6-2 A 22 at Utah* W, 7-1 A 23 at BYU* W, 5-0 A 23 at BYU* L, 4-1 A 30 at San Diego St.* W, 4-2 A 30 at San Diego St.* W, 1-0 M 6 COLORADO ST.* W, 8-0 (6) W, 3-1 M 6 COLORADO ST.* W, 4-2 M 8 NEW MEXICO* M 8 NEW MEXICO* W, 7-2 M 12 at San Diego St.-8 W, 4-1 M 13 vs. Colorado St.-8 W, 4-0 M 14 vs. BYU-8 L, 2-0 M 20 vs. Cal St. Fullerton-9 L, 5-4 M 21 vs. Loyola Marymount-9 W, 6-1 M 22 at #12 UCLA-9 L, 4-1 1 - Alexis Resort Kick Off Classic 2 - Louisville Slugger Desert Classic 3 - UNLV Invitational 4 - Palm Springs Classic (Cathedral City, Calif.) 5 - Las Vegas Classic 6 - Eller Media Stadium Classic

7 - Stanford Invitational (Palo Alto, Calif.) 8 - MWC Tournament (San Diego, Calif.) 9 - NCAA Regional #7 (Los Angeles) * - MWC Regular Season Game

2006 (26-37/8-12) Date Opponent Outcome F 9 SOUTHERN UTAH-1 W, 6-3 F 9 vs. Southern Utah-1 W, 7-6 F 10 ILLINOIS-CHICAGO-1 W, 10-7 F 11 #12/13 OKLAHOMA-1 L, 5-3 W, 3-2 F 12 KENTUCKY-1 F 12 #13/14 WASHINGTON-1 L, 3-1 F 17 #12/14 NORTHWESTERN-2 L, 5-3 F 18 vs. UC Davis-2 W, 10-0 (5) L, 6-4 F 18 NOTRE DAME-2 F 19 KANSAS-2 W, 9-8 (8) F 19 #8/6 CALIFORNIA-2 L, 13-2 (5) F 24 vs. Oklahoma St.-3 W, 3-1 F 24 vs. Texas Tech-3 L, 5-0 F 25 vs. #8/8 Texas A&M-3 L, 5-3 F 25 vs. #4/4 Texas-3 L, 4-0 F 26 vs. Ohio St.-3 W, 4-0 W, 2-1 M 2 NEVADA, RENO-4 M 3 PORTLAND ST.-4 W, 8-7 L, 4-2 M 4 #12/13 ARIZONA ST.-4 M 5 VIRGINIA TECH-4 L, 2-1 M 5 SOUTHERN UTAH-4 W, 5-4 M 8 vs. Longwood-5 W, 9-3 M 10 vs. Penn St.-5 L, 5-2 M 10 vs. UC Santa Barbara-5 L, 2-0 M 11 vs. Detroit-5 W, 5-0 M 11 at Hawaii-5 L, 5-4 M 14 at #3/3 UCLA L, 11-4 M 16 vs. #1/1 Arizona-6 L, 7-0 M 16 vs. Cal St. Northridge-6 L, 5-1 M 17 vs. #20/18 Texas A&M-6 L, 8-3 M 18 vs. #24/23 Fresno State-6 L, 8-0 (5) M 19 vs. #10/11 La.-Lafayette-6 L, 7-6 M 24 at #9/9 Arizona St. L, 3-1 M 24 at #9/9 Arizona St. L, 10-1 (5) L, 6-4 M 27 MISSOURI M 27 MISSOURI W, 9-6 M 28 MISSOURI W, 11-4 M 30 at BYU* L, 13-7 M 30 at BYU* L, 9-1 (6) M 31 at Utah* L, 18-2 (5) M 31 at Utah* L, 1-0 A 7 COLORADO ST.* L, 8-2 W, 5-4 A 7 COLORADO ST.* A 9 NEW MEXICO* L, 1-0 A 9 NEW MEXICO* W, 4-2 A 15 at San Diego St.* L, 3-2 A 15 at San Diego St.* L, 5-2 A 21 at New Mexico* W, 6-3 (8) A 21 at New Mexico* W, 11-3 (5) A 23 at Colorado St.* W, 6-5 A 23 at Colorado St.* L, 9-2 A 27 at Cal St. Fullerton W, 8-3 A 27 at Cal St. Fullerton L, 5-1 L, 3-0 A 29 #--/24 SAN DIEGO ST.* A 29 #--/24 SAN DIEGO ST.* W, 7-1 W, 10-8 M 5 UTAH* W, 6-5 (8) M 5 UTAH* M 6 BYU* L, 10-0 (5) M 6 BYU* L, 12-6 M 11 COLORADO ST.-7 W, 5-4 M 11 vs. San Diego St.-7 L, 6-0 W, 4-0 M 12 NEW MEXICO-7 M 12 vs. Utah-7 L, 1-0 1 - Alexis Resort Kick-Off Classic 2 - Louisville Slugger Desert Classic 3 - Palm Springs Classic (Cathedral City, Calif.) 4 - UNLV Invitational 5 - Hawaii Spring Fling (Honolulu) 6 - Judy Garman Classic (Fullerton, Calif.) 7 - MWC Tournament (Las Vegas) * - MWC Regular Season Game

2007 (37-27/12-8) F F F F

Date 8 10 10 11

Opponent TULSA-1 TULSA-1 MARSHALL-1 NICHOLLS ST.-1

Outcome W, 3-2 W, 8-4 W, 12-3 (6) W, 10-1 (5)

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W, 10-4 F 11 ILLINOIS-CHICAGO-1 F 15 #7/7 OREGON ST.-2 L, 6-5 W, 2-0 F 16 FLA. INTERNATIONAL-2 F 16 CENTRAL FLORIDA-2 W, 8-0 (5) F 17 #6/8 NORTHWESTERN-2 L, 10-0 (6) F 17 #9/9 UCLA-2 L, 8-0 (5) F 18 ILLINOIS-2 W, 6-4 W, 4-1 F 19 UTAH ST.-2 F 22 vs. Virginia-3 W, 8-7 (8) F 23 vs. Penn St.-3 W, 9-8 F 23 vs. Cal Poly-3 L, 2-0 F 24 vs. Notre Dame-3 L, 4-3 (8) F 24 vs. Mississippi-3 L, 5-3 F 25 vs. Maryland-3 W, 1-0 M 2 FRESNO ST.-4 L, 2-0 L, 8-6 (11) M 2 DEPAUL-4 M 3 #18/18 CALIFORNIA-4 L, 5-4 M 3 SOUTHERN UTAH-4 W, 3-0 M 5 DELAWARE ST.-4 W, 9-3 W, 9-4 M 5 DELAWARE ST.-4 M 8 #17/15 OREGON-5 L, 10-1 (6) M 8 #17/15 OREGON-5 W, 5-1 M 9 HARVARD-5 W, 1-0 M 10 MIAMI (OHIO)-5 W, 8-6 M 10 LONGWOOD-5 L, 4-2 W, 3-2 (8) M 11 PORTLAND ST.-5 M 13 vs. #8/8 Texas-6 L, 6-0 M 13 vs. Fordham-6 W, 7-3 M 16 vs. Kent State-7 W, 6-1 M 17 vs. Long Island-7 W, 5-4 (8) M 17 vs. Rhode Island-7 W, 10-0 (5) M 17 vs. Bowling Green-7 L, 3-2 M 24 at Pacific-8 L, 7-3 M 24 vs. Sacramento St.-8 W, 3-0 M 25 vs. Sacramento St.-8 L, 4-3 M 25 at Pacific-8 L, 8-0 (5) W, 3-2 A 5 UTAH* A 5 UTAH* W, 2-1 A 6 BYU* W, 3-1 A 7 BYU* W, 5-2 A 13 at New Mexico* L, 6-1 (5) A 14 at Colorado St.* W, 11-5 A 15 at Colorado St.* W, 5-3 (9) A 18 at Southern Utah W, 12-11 A 18 at Southern Utah L, 12-7 L, 5-0 A 21 SAN DIEGO ST.* A 22 SAN DIEGO ST.* W, 3-1 A 24 at #7/9 Arizona St. L, 9-0 A 24 at #7/9 Arizona St. L, 10-9 L, 2-1 A 27 COLORADO ST.* A 27 COLORADO ST.* L, 4-3 A 28 NEW MEXICO* L, 5-4 W, 7-5 A 29 NEW MEXICO* A 29 NEW MEXICO* W, 8-6 M 5 at San Diego St.* L, 5-3 M 6 at San Diego St.* W, 1-0 M 10 at BYU* L, 11-3 (6) M 10 at BYU* L, 5-4 M 11 at Utah* W, 6-5 M 12 at Utah* W, 8-3 1 - Alexis Resort Kick-Off Classic 2 - Louisville Slugger Desert Classic 3 - Palm Springs Classic (Cathedral City, Calif.) 4 - UNLV Invitational 5 - Eller Media Stadium Classic 6 - Played in Fullerton, Calif. 7 - USF-Speedline Invitational (Tampa, Fla.) 8 - Pacific SFT Tournament (Stockton, Calif.) * - MWC Regular Season Game

2008 (25-40-1/5-15) F F F F F F F F F F F F F F

Date 8 8 9 10 10 15 15 16 16 17 18 21 22 22

Opponent TEXAS TECH-1 LOYOLA-1 #11/14 WASHINGTON-1 #3/2 ARIZONA ST.-1 #11/14 WASHINGTON-1 ILLINOIS-2 BRADLEY-2 CAL ST. NORTHRIDGE-2 CAL ST. BAKERSFIELD-2 KANSAS-2 SETON HALL VS. Fresno St.-3 vs. Michigan St.-3 vs. #25/-- Texas-3

Outcome W, 2-0 L, 12-11 W, 7-4 W, 2-1 T, 4-4 W, 5-2 W, 7-1 W, 6-5 W, 8-5 W, 2-1 W, 11-1 L, 2-0 W, 6-3 L, 4-1


58 F F F F F M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M A A A A A A A A

23 23 24 29 29 1 1 2 5 7 7 8 8 9 14 14 15 16 16 19 19 20 21 21 22 2 2 5 6 10 10 11 12

ALL-TIME RESULTS / UNLV ATHLETICS HALL OF FAME vs. #13/12 Stanford-3 L, 10-1 (5) #19/18 Georgia-3 L, 5-4 Florida Atlantic-3 L, 10-6 WESTERN KENTUCKY-4 W, 5-4 W, 12-1 (5) PITTSBURGH-4 #15/14 HAWAI’I-4 L, 5-2 CALIFORNIA-4 W, 3-2 LONG BEACH ST.-4 L, 10-1 at #6/2 UCLA L, 1-0 W, 5-2 PORTLAND ST.-5 #20/22 OHIO ST.-5 L, 2-1 NEW MEXICO ST.-5 W, 2-1 OREGON-5 L, 7-1 L, 5-1 #20/22 OHIO ST.-5 UTAH VALLEY-6 W, 11-1 (5) W, 4-1 UTAH VALLEY-6 UTAH VALLEY-6 W, 9-1 (5) NEBRASKA-6 L, 10-2 (6) W, 5-1 NEBRASKA-6 at Loyola Marymount L, 8-0 (5) at Loyola Marymount L, 9-4 VS. #6/6 MICHIGAN-7 L, 7-0 VS. #16/15 La.-Lafayette-7 L, 10-0 (5) vs. #14/18 DePaul-7 L, 2-1 vs. #23/20 Long Beach St.-7 L, 5-2 W, 8-5 SOUTHERN UTAH SOUTHERN UTAH L, 4-2 at #22/19 San Diego St.* L, 4-0 at #22/19 San Diego St.* L, 2-1 BYU* L, 11-5 BYU* W, 5-1 L, 4-3 UTAH* UTAH* L, 4-0

A 14 at #1/2 Arizona St. L, 6-5 A 14 at #1/2 Arizona St. L, 14-7 A 17 at Northern Colorado L, 5-1 A 18 at Colorado St.* L, 14-13 A 18 at Colorado St.* L, 7-6 A 19 at New Mexico* W, 14-5 A 20 at New Mexico* W, 5-3 A 24 at Utah* L, 8-7 A 24 at Utah* L, 3-2 A 25 at BYU* L, 3-2 A 26 at BYU* L, 7-6 A 30 at #19/22 Nevada, Reno L, 9-0 (5) A 30 at #19/22 Nevada, Reno L, 10-9 W, 6-3 M 2 NEW MEXICO* M 2 NEW MEXICO* W, 5-3 L, 14-6 M 3 COLORADO ST.* M 4 COLORADO ST.* L, 13-11 M 9 #21/19 SAN DIEGO ST.* L, 9-0 (5) L, 6-0 M 10 #21/19 SAN DIEGO ST.* 1 - Sportco Kick-Off Classic 2 - Louisville Slugger Desert Classic 3 - Palm Springs Classic (Cathedral City, Calif.) 4 - Eller Media Stadium Classic 5 - UNLV Invitational 6 - UNLV Round Robin 7 - Judi Garman Classic (Fullerton, Calif.) * - MWC Regular Season Game

2009 (31-18/7-8) F F F

6 6 7

MARSHALL-1 ILLINOIS-CHICAGO-1 SETON HALL-1

W, 8-0 (5) W, 7-5 W, 8-0 (6)

F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F M M M M M M M M M M M M M A A A A

8 13 14 14 15 15 20 20 21 22 22 26 27 27 28 28 1 6 6 7 8 13 13 14 14 15 20 20 21 4 5 7 7

SETON HALL-1 SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI-2 #4/4 UCLA-2 SAINT LOUIS-2 KENTUCKY-2 #18/21 NEVADA, RENO-2 vs. Nebraska-3 vs. Georgia Tech-3 vs. #2/2 Florida-3 vs. Long Island-3 vs. Cal Poly-3 DRAKE-4 WRIGHT STATE-4 FLORIDA ATLANTIC-4 DRAKE-4 LOYOLA MARYMOUNT-4 FLORIDA ATLANTIC-4 UC SANTA BARBARA-5 TEXAS TECH-5 UC SANTA BARBARA-5 NOTRE DAME-5 vs. Canisius-6 vs. Sacramento State-6 vs. Long Beach State-6 at San Jose State-6 vs. UC Davis-6 vs. Dartmouth-6 vs. #10/7 California-6 vs. Sacramento State SAN DIEGO STATE* SAN DIEGO STATE* at #5/8 Arizona State at #5/8 Arizona State

L, 13-7 W, 6-2 L, 9-7 W, 18-3 (5) L, 7-1 L, 9-0 (5) L, 9-1 (5) W, 4-3 L, 5-1 L, 8-2 W, 8-5 W, 3-2 W, 9-0 (5) W, 3-1 W, 3-2 W, 8-0 (5) L, 5-4 W, 5-2 W, 6-0 W, 5-2 W, 5-3 W, 8-2 W, 7-3 W, 4-2 W, 4-0 W, 5-3 W, 18-0 (5) L, 8-0 (6) W, 9-8 L, 2-1 L, 5-0 L, 20-10 (6) L, 15-2 (5)

W, 8-7 (8) A 10 NEW MEXICO* A 11 COLORADO STATE* L, 4-1 A 12 COLORADO STATE* W, 12-4 (6) A 16 vs. Utah*-8 L, 9-7 A 17 at BYU* L, 7-1 A 18 at BYU* L, 5-2 A 23 at Northern Colorado W, 8-1 A 24 at Colorado State* W, 7-6 A 25 at New Mexico* W, 12-1 (5) A 26 at New Mexico* W, 8-4 A 30 BYU* L, 6-1 W, 14-4 (6) M 1 UTAH* M 2 UTAH* W, 12-8 M 9 at San Diego State* L, 7-1 M 15 vs. Frenso State-9 L, 2-1 M 16 vs. Long Beach State-9 L, 3-1 (13) 1 - Sportco Kick-Off Classic 2 - Louisville Slugger Desert Classic 3 - Cathedral City Classic (Cathedral City, Calif.) 4 - Eller Media Stadium Classic 5 - UNLV Invitational 6 - National Invitational Softball Tournament. (San Jose, Calif.) 7 - Capital Classic (Sacramento) 8 - Game played at Salt Lake Community College (Salt Lake City) 9 - NCAA Regional #2 (Los Angeles) * - MWC Regular Season Game

Rebels in The UNLV Athletics Hall of Fame

Lori Harrigan (2002)

Cyndi Parus (2006)

The Rebel softball program has had three student-athletes and one team inducted into the UNLV Athletics Hall of Fame. Lori Harrigan (pitcher) became the first softball member inducted back in 2002. Cyndi Paus (first base) followed Harrigan with her entry in 2006. Kim Rondina (second base) and her 1995 Women’s College World Series team became the third and fourth additions to the H.O.F. in 2008.

Kim Rondina (2008)

The 1995 Team (2008)


ALL-TIME OPPONENTS Series Opponent

First

Last

Record Meeting Meeting

Akron 1-2 Alabama 1-1 Arizona 2-25 Arizona State 5-21 Arkansas 0-1 Augustana 2-0 Bethune Cookman 1-0 Boston 1-0 Boston College 1-1 Bowling Green 3-1 Bradley 1-0 Brigham Young 12-31 California 6-13 Cal Poly 5-3 Cal Poly Pomona 13-22 Cal State Bakersfield 1-0 Cal State Fullerton 21-38-1 Cal State Northridge 8-18 Canisius 1-0 Central Florida 1-1 Central Michigan 2-3 Chaminade 1-0 Colorado State 27-33 Concordia of Minn. 2-0 Connecticut 3-2 Creighton 0-3 Dartmouth 1-0 Delaware State 2-0 DePaul 0-6 Detroit 1-0 Drake 2-0 Eastern Illinois 2-0 Eastern Kentucky 0-2 Eastern Michigan 1-0 Florida 0-2 Florida Atlantic 1-2 Florida State 1-5 Florida International 2-0 Fordham 1-0 Fresno State 9-44 Georgia 0-1 Georgia State 0-1 Georgia Tech 1-0 Harvard 1-0 Hawaii 32-34 Hawaii Pacific 2-0 Hofstra 2-1 Illinois 3-1 Illinois-Chicago 4-1 Illinois State 4-0 Indiana 1-0 Iowa 3-4 Iowa State 2-0 IUPUI 1-0 Jacksonville 1-0 Kansas 4-0 Kent State 3-0 Kentucky 1-1 LaVerne College 4-0 Long Beach State 18-35 Long Island 6-2 Longwood 1-1 Louisiana-Monroe 1-1 Louisiana-Lafayette (SW Louisiana) 4-7 Louisiana State 1-1 Loyola (Chicago) 0-1 Loyola Marymount 7-3 McNeese State 0-1 Marshall 2-1 Maryland 1-0 Massachusetts 9-1 Mesa College 0-1 Miami (OH) 1-1 Michigan 1-2 Michigan State 3-0

1989 1998 1981 1980 2004 1988 2005 2004 2002 1995 2008 2000 1986 1980 1980 2008 1985 1985 2009 2005 1987 1990 1987 1989 1991 1987 2009 2007 2000 2006 2009 2000 2002 1995 1999 2008 1990 1999 2007 1985 2008 1998 2009 2007 1985 1988 1993 2004 1996 1991 2005 1989 1991 2002 2004 2001 1990 2006 1985 1986 2002 2006 2003 1992 2001 2008 1987 1997 2005 2007 1991 1986 2002 1995 2004

1996 2002 2006 2009 2004 1988 2005 2004 2002 2007 2008 2009 2009 2009 1993 2008 2006 2008 2009 2007 2003 1990 2009 1989 1996 1987 2009 2007 2008 2006 2009 2000 2003 1995 2009 2009 2004 2007 2007 2009 2008 1998 2009 2007 2008 1988 2007 2008 2009 1995 2005 2003 2005 2002 2004 2008 2007 2009 1985 2009 2009 2007 2003 2008 2001 2008 2009 1997 2009 2007 2002 1986 2007 2008 2008

Series Opponent

First

59

Last

Record Meeting Meeting

Middle Tennessee State Minnesota Mississippi Mississippi State Missouri Nebraska Nevada, Reno New Mexico New Mexico State Nicholls State North Carolina State Northern Arizona Northern Colorado Northern Illinois Northwestern Notre Dame Ohio State Oklahoma Oklahoma City Oklahoma State Oregon Oregon State Pacific Penn State Pittsburgh Portland State Princeton Purdue Rhode Island Rutgers Sacramento State Saginaw Valley State Saint Louis Saint Mary’s San Diego State San Jose State San Francisco Santa Clara Seton Hall Simon Fraser South Carolina South Florida Southern Illinois Southern Mississippi Southern Utah Stanford Syracuse Tennessee Tennessee Tech Texas Texas A&M Texas State (Southwest Texas State) Texas Tech Texas-Arlington Toledo Tulsa UCLA UC Davis UC Riverside UC Santa Barbara U.S. International Utah Utah State Utah Valley UTEP Villanova Virginia Virginia Tech Washington Western Illinois Western Kentucky Western Michigan Wisconsin Wichita State Wright State

1-0 4-2 1-1 2-1 7-1 3-10 11-4 37-23 28-4 1-0 1-0 6-2 1-1 1-1 4-3 2-3 4-2 3-7 1-1 3-8 11-10 8-6 31-27-1 2-4 1-0 6-2 2-0 0-2 1-0 2-0 8-1 1-0 1-0 7-2 33-43 37-14 5-0 3-1 2-1 1-1 4-3 3-0 1-0 1-0 28-7 0-5 2-0 0-1 0-1 3-5 2-8 4-0 4-2 3-1 3-0 14-2 1-16 2-0 9-2 34-19 2-5 31-38 22-15 4-1 2-0 1-0 2-1 0-1 4-5-1 3-0 0-1 0-1 1-2 1-0 1-0

2002 1989 2004 1999 1992 1985 1985 1988 1988 2007 2005 1985 2008 1996 1987 2002 1991 1995 1986 1986 1986 1989 1985 1989 2008 2001 1995 1996 2007 1991 1989 1986 2009 1989 1985 1987 1985 1989 2008 2004 1993 1986 2005 2009 1986 2000 2003 2003 2004 1997 1986 1989 2002 1988 1992 1995 1985 2006 1985 1985 1985 1985 1985 2004 2004 2004 2000 2006 1994 1992 2008 2004 2001 1986 2009

2002 2005 2007 2001 2006 2009 2009 2009 2008 2007 2005 1985 2009 2004 2007 2009 2008 2006 1986 2006 2008 2007 2007 2007 2008 2008 2004 2003 2007 2004 2009 1986 2009 2005 2009 2009 1989 1991 2009 2004 2003 2001 2005 2009 2008 2008 2003 2003 2004 2008 2006 2003 2009 1990 1996 2007 2009 2009 2004 2009 1988 2009 2007 2008 2005 2004 2007 2006 2008 1998 2008 2004 2004 1986 2009


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NCAA POSTSEASON HISTORY (NINE APPEARANCES) Women’s College World Series

1990

1992

NCAA Regional No. 5

NCAA Regional No. 8

Strawberry Field - Berkeley, Calif.

Lady Cajun Park - Lafayette, La.

Game 1 - UNLV (V) def. San Jose St., 2-1 Game 3 - UNLV (H) def. Cal, 1-0 Game 4 - California def. UNLV (V), 1-0 Game 5 - UNLV (H) def. Cal, 1-0

Game 2 - SW Louisiana def. UNLV (H), 1-0 (9) Game 3 - Florida St. def. UNLV (H), 4-0

Women’s College World Series

NCAA Regional No. 6

ASA Hall of Fame Stadium Oklahoma City, Okla.

The Dutch Diamond - Hempstead, N.Y.

Game 2 - Long Beach St. def. UNLV (V), 2-0 Game 5 - UNLV (H) def. Kent St., 5-2 Game 10 - Florida St. def. UNLV (V), 4-1

Game 1 - UNLV (H) def. Connecticut, 2-1 Game 3 - UNLV (V) def. Hofstra, 6-0 Game 4 - Connecticut def. UNLV (V), 2-0 Game 5 - Connecticut def. UNLV (V), 2-0

1991

1994

NCAA Regional No. 5

NCAA Regional No. 5

Totman Field - Amherst, Mass.

Lady Gamecock Field - Columbia, S.C.

Game 2 - UNLV (H) def. Connecticut, 3-0 Game 3 - UNLV (H) def. Massachusetts, 4-0 Game 4 - UNLV (H) def. Massachusetts, 5-0

Game 1 - UNLV (H) def. So. Carolina, 2-1 (8) Game 3 - UNLV (H) def. UCLA, 2-1 (9) Game 6 - UCLA def. UNLV (V), 2-1 (8) Game 7 - UCLA def. UNLV (V), 3-2

ASA Hall of Fame Stadium Oklahoma City, Okla.

1993

Game 2 - Cal St. Fullerton def. UNLV (H), 1-0 Game 7 - UNLV (V) def. Princeton, 2-1 Game 9 - UNLV (H) def. SW Louisiana, 5-1 Game 11 - Arizona def. UNLV (V), 8-0 (6)

1996 NCAA Regional No. 7 Hawkeye Softball Complex - Iowa City, Iowa

Women’s College World Series

Game 1 - Iowa def. UNLV (H), 8-0 in 5 innings Game 4 - Northern Illinois def. UNLV (V), 3-1

2005 NCAA Regional No. 7 Easton Stadium - Los Angeles, Calif.

Easton Stadium - Los Angeles, Calif.

NCAA Regional No. 4 Cowgirl Field - Stillwater, Okla.

Game 2 - Arizona def. UNLV (H), 1-0 (13) Game 5 - Florida St. def. UNLV (V), 3-1

2009 NCAA Regional No. 2

1995

ASA Hall of Fame Stadium Oklahoma City, Okla.

Game 1 - Cal State Fullerton def. UNLV (H), 5-4 Game 4 - UNLV (V) def. Loyola Marymount, 6-1 Game 5 - UCLA def. UNLV (V), 4-1

Game 1 - Fresno State def. UNLV (H), 2-1 Game 4 - Long Beach State def. UNLV (V), 4-2 (13)

Game 2 - UNLV (H) def. Oklahoma, 10-2 (6) Game 3 - UNLV (H) def. Oklahoma St., 5-0 Game 6 - Oklahoma def. UNLV (V), 2-1 Game 7 - UNLV (H) def. Oklahoma, 2-0

(V) - Indicates that UNLV was the visiting team. (H) - Indicates that UNLV was the home team.

1991 1995

1990 Tournament Record

Head-To-Head Tournament Results

Overall: 17-20 Regionals: 14-14 Women’s College World Series: 3-6

Opponents Arizona California Cal State Fullerton Connecticut Florida State Fresno State Hofstra Iowa Kent State Long Beach State

Years 1990: 1991: 1992: 1993: 1994: 1995: 1996: 2005: 2009:

Results 4-3 Overall (1-2 WCWS) 3-2 Overall (0-2 WCWS) 0-2 Overall 2-2 Overall 2-2 Overall 5-3 Overall (2-2 WCWS) 0-2 Overall 1-2 Overall 0-2 Overall

Rec. 0-2 2-1 0-2 2-2 0-3 0-1 1-0 0-1 1-0 0-2

Opponents Loyola Marymount Massachusetts Northern Illinois Princeton Oklahoma Oklahoma State San Jose State South Carolina Southwest Louisiana UCLA

Rec. 1-0 2-0 0-1 1-0 2-1 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-1 1-3


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UNLV MEDIA RELATIONS UNLVREBELS.COM

Jeffrey Seals Media Relations Assistant Softball Contact

On The Radio Rebel softball fans will have the opportunity this season to tune in for the “Rebel Softball Update”, a radio segment devoted to the following of UNLV softball. Head coach Pete Manarino will join Harvey Hyde, a local radio personality and former UNLV head football coach, for in-depth discussion from the local high school levels to the intercollegiate ranks to recaps of Rebel games. The segment will be broadcast in Las Vegas each Tuesday night at 6:00 pm on KSHP am1400. You can listen online at www.KSHP.com.

Media Requests All requests for working press, radio, television or photo credentials should be directed to the UNLV Media Relations Office at least 24 hours in advance. Requests can be made by calling, e-mailing or faxing Jeffrey Seals, the softball SID.

Enjoying a complete redesign last year, the official UNLV athletics website www.UNLVRebels.com has steadily expanded in both contents and usership since its premiere in 1997. As one of the hundreds of official athletic sites that make up the CBS College Sports Network, the Rebels’ home on the internet features in-depth, updated information 24 hours a day. The official UNLV athletic website features photo layout on the front page. In addition, the site takes advantage of a number of CBSCollegeSports.com online features, including its exclusive GameTracker technology, allowing Rebel fans to follow live simulated game action, details and full play-by-play. Through the site, CBS C also operates the Rebels’ online store, which provides officially licensed merchandise and apparel. Also, UNLVRebels.com is your home for UNLV All-Access, which is a popular online service that features the most in-depth coverage of Rebel sports through exclusive audio and video content, including live games streamed via broadband, special features, highlights, press conferences and coaches’ shows.

Weekly Releases / Game Recaps UNLV makes its athletics-related media releases available exclusively on the internet website, www.UNLVRebels.com. The weekly release will be prepared each week and will be posted on the school’s official website prior to that week’s events in Adobe PDF format. However, the release is also available through electronic mail. Game recaps will be posted online following each contest. Any members of the media interested in having the weekly release and/or game recaps e-mailed to them should request to be added to the general list by e-mailing softball contact Jeffrey Seals at jeff.seals@unlv.edu.

Follow The Rebels Socially On Twitter twitter.com/unlvathletics On Facebook facebook.com/unlvathletics

UNLV Media Relations Office Asst. AD for Media Relations/Communications Andy Grossman andy.grossman@unlv.edu 702.895.3995

Assistant Media Relations Director Mark Wasik mark.wasik@unlv.edu 702.895.3764

Media Relations Assistant Jeffrey Seals jeff.seals@unlv.edu 702.895.3134

Director of Media Relations Mark Wallington mark.wallington@unlv.edu 702.895.4472

Assistant Media Relations Director Bryan Haines bryan.haines@unlv.edu 702.895.3764

Phone: 702.895.3207 Fax: 702.895.0989 4505 Maryland Parkway Box 450004 Las Vegas, NV 89154-0004


LAS VEGAS MEDIA

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Print

Television

Radio

Las Vegas Review-Journal 1111 W. Bonanza Road P.O. Box 70 Las Vegas, NV 89125 P: 702.387.2912 F: 702.383.4676 Joe Hawk - Sports Editor jhawk@reviewjournal.com Jeff Wollard - Softball Writer lvrjsports@aol.com

KVBC-TV Channel 3 (NBC) 1500 Foremaster Lane Las Vegas, NV 89101 P: 702.657.3239 F: 702.657.3152 Kevin West - Sports Director kwest@kvbc.com Randy Howe - Sports Anchor rhowe@kvbc.com

Lotus Broadcasting 8755 West Flamingo Road Las Vegas, NV 89147 P: 702.876.1460 F: 702.876.6685 Mitch Moss - Sports Director mitchrmoss@yahoo.com

KVVU-TV Channel 5 (Fox) 25 TV 5 Drive Henderson, NV 89014 P: 702.436.8246 F: 702.436.2507 Kevin Bolinger - Sports Director kbolinger@kvvu.com Jon Castagnino - Sports Anchor jcastagnino@kvvu.com

NFCA - National Fastpitch Coaches Assoc. nfca.org

Rebel Nation 1111 W. Bonanza Road P.O. Box 70 Las Vegas, NV 89125 Phone: 702.380.4534 Steve Guiremand - Editor sguiremand@reviewjournal.com Las Vegas Sun 2275 Corporate Circle Drive, Suite 300 Henderson, NV 89074 P: 702.259.4063 F: 702.383.7264 Associated Press P.O. Box 70 Las Vegas, NV 89125-0070 P: 702.382.7440 F: 702.382.0790 Las Vegas Sports Magazine P.O. Box 30452 Las Vegas, NV 89173 P: 702.222.0233 Thomas J. Love - Executive Director tj@lvsportsmagazine.com The Rebel Yell 4505 Maryland Parkway Las Vegas, NV 89154-2011 P: 702.895.4822 F: 702.895.1515 Sage Sammons - Sports Editor sports@unlvrebelyell.com

KLAS-TV Channel 8 (CBS) P.O. Box 15047 Las Vegas, NV 89114 P: 702.792.8896 F: 702.792.2977 Chris Maathuis - Sports Director cmaathuis@klastv.com Michael Berk - Sports Anchor mberk@klastv.com KTNV-TV Channel 13 (ABC) 3355 South Valley View Las Vegas, NV 89102 P: 702.257.8329 F: 702.876.2237 Doug Kezirian - Sports Director dkezirian@ktnv.com

Internet USA Softball usasoftball.org NCAA Sports ncaasports.com Ultimate College Softball ultimatecollegesoftball.com


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2010 UNLV TOURNAMENTS

Sportco Kick-Off Classic

Eller Media Stadium Classic

Feb. 11-14: Las Vegas

March 5-7: Las Vegas

Friday, Feb. 12

Friday, March 5

09:00 am: 11:15 am: 01:30 pm: 03:45 pm: 06:00 pm: 08:15 pm:

09:00 am: 11:15 am: 01:30 pm: 03:45 pm: 06:00 pm: 08:15 pm:

UC Davis vs. Kent State UC Davis vs. Loyola Marymount Kent State vs. Loyola Marymount UNLV vs. Illinois UNLV vs. Bakersfield Illinois vs. Bakersfield

New Mexico State vs. Southern Utah New Mexico State vs. California Southern Utah vs. Portland State California vs. Weber State UNLV vs. Portland State UNLV vs. Weber State

Saturday, Feb. 13

Saturday, March 6

09:00 am: 11:15 am: 01:30 pm: 03:45 pm: 06:00 pm: 08:15 pm:

09:00 am: 11:15 am: 01:30 pm: 03:45 pm: 06:00 pm: 08:15 pm:

Long Beach State vs. Loyola Marymount Loyola Marymount vs. Illinois Long Beach State vs. Illinois UNLV vs. UC Davis Bakersfield vs. Kent State Bakersfield vs. UC Davis

California vs. Portland State UNLV vs. Portland State California vs. Southern Utah UNLV vs. New Mexico State Weber State vs. New Mexico State Weber State vs. Southern Utah

Sunday, Feb. 14

Sunday, March 7

08:00 am: 10:00 am: 12:00 pm: 02:00 pm: 04:00 pm:

10:00 am: 12:15 pm: 02:30 pm:

Illinois vs. Kent State Long Beach State vs. Kent State UNLV vs. UC Davis Long Beach State vs. Bakersfield UNLV vs. Loyola Marymount

Team listed first is in the third-base dugout. Underlined team is designated as the home team.

New Mexico State vs. Portland State Weber State vs. Southern Utah UNLV vs. California

Team listed first is in the third-base dugout. Underlined team is designated as the home team.

Louisville Slugger Desert Classic Feb. 18-21: Las Vegas & Henderson Thursday UNLV

SLC1

SLC2

SLC3

05:00 pm 07:15 pm

BYU vs. Oregon UNLV vs. Boise State

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Illinois-Chicago vs. Cal Utah vs. Cal Utah vs. Hawai’i UNLV vs. San Diego UNLV vs. Hawai’i

Boise State vs. Indiana Boise State vs. Long Beach State Illinois-Chicago vs. Indiana -----------

San Diego vs. BYU Northwestern vs. Georgia Tech BYU vs. Georgia Tech Oregon vs. Long Beach State ------

-----Fullerton vs. Oregon Fullerton vs. Oklahoma Northwestern vs. Oklahoma ------

Utah vs. Fullerton Cal vs. Northwestern Cal vs. Oklahoma UNLV vs. Northwestern

-----Georgia Tech vs. Hawai’i Georgia Tech vs. Long Beach State Illinois-Chicago vs. Long Beach State

Boise State vs. Oklahoma Boise State vs. San Diego Oregon vs. Indiana Utah vs. Indiana

-----BYU vs. Illinois-Chicago BYU vs. Fullerton San Diego vs. Hawai’i

Cal vs. Georgia Tech UNLV vs. Indiana

Oregon vs. Illinois-Chicago Oregon vs. San Diego

Utah vs. Northwestern Fullerton vs. Hawai’i

Oklahoma vs. Long Beach State ------

Friday 09:00 am 11:15 am 01:30 pm 03:45 pm 06:00 pm

Saturday 09:00 am 11:15 am 01:30 pm 03:45 pm

Sunday 09:00 am 11:15 am

Games listed at UNLV are played at Eller Media Stadium (Swenson and Harmon in Las Vegas). Games listed at SLC are played at Stephanie Lynn Craig Park (Russell and Galleria in Henderson). Team listed first is in the third-base dugout. Underlined team is designated as the home team.


2010 AWAY TOURNAMENTS Cathedral City Classic

Long Beach State Invitational

Feb. 25-28: Cathedral City, Calif.

March 12-14: Long Beach, Calif.

Friday, Feb. 26

Friday, March 12

10:00 am: 01:00 pm:

03:45 pm:

Cal Poly vs. UNLV (Yankee) UNLV vs. Texas A&M (Des Moines)

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UNLV vs. Purdue

Saturday, March 13 01:30 pm: 03:45 pm:

Saturday, Feb. 27 08:00 pm

Fordham vs. UNLV (Fenway)

Sunday, March 14

Sunday, Feb. 28 11:00 am 1:00 pm

UNLV vs. San Diego UNLV vs. Notre Dame

01:30 pm:

Stanford vs. UNLV (Pawtucket) Long Island vs. UNLV (Yankee)

Team listed first is home and will occupy the third-base dugout.

UNLV vs. Buffalo

Team listed first is in the first-base dugout. Underlined team is designated as the home team. Hosts: Long Beach State (LongBeachState.com)

Hosts: Oregon State (OSUBeavers.com) Tournament Website: PalmSpringsSoftballClassic.com

Judi Garman Classic

BYU Round Robin

March 17-21: Fullerton, Calif.

April 2-3: St. George, Utah

Thursday, March 18

Friday, April 2

06:00 pm:

03:00 pm:

UNLV vs. Purdue

UNLV vs. Idaho State

Friday, March 19

Saturday, March 13

09:00 am: 01:30 pm:

02:30 pm: 05:00 pm:

UNLV vs. Michigan UNLV vs. San Jose State

Saturday, March 20 09:00 am:

Team listed first is home and will occupy the third-base dugout.

Arizona State vs. UNLV Hosts: BYU Cougars (BYUCougars.com)

Sunday, March 21 03:45 pm

Idaho State vs. UNLV Cal State Bakersfield vs. UNLV

DePaul vs. UNLV

Team listed first is home and will occupy the third-base dugout. Hosts: Cal State Fullerton (FullertonTitans.com) Tournament Website: PalmSpringsSoftballClassic.com

Opponent Media Information School

Media Contact (E-Mail)

Arizona St. Boise St. Buffalo BYU California Cal Poly CS Bakersfield Colorado State DePaul Fordham Hawai’i Idaho St. Illinois Indiana Long Island LMU Michigan

Kerry Howe (kerry.howe@asu.edu) thesundevils.com Steven Olveda (stevenolveda@boisestate.edu) broncosports.com Erin Dengler (wtn2@buffalo.edu) ubathletics.buffalo.edu Eric Zeugschmidt (softball_sid@byu.edu) byucougars.com Anna Oleson-Wheeler (aowheeler@berkeley.edu) calbears.com Chris Giovanneti (cgiovann@calpoly.edu) gopoly.com Kevin Gilmore (kgilmore@csub.edu) gorunners.com Tawny Dennis (tawntawn@rams.colostate.edu) csurams.com Bob Sakamoto (rsakamot@depaul.edu) depaulbluedemons.com Scott Kwiatkowski (skwiatkowski@fordham.edu) fordhamsports.com Kara Nishimura (karakn@hawaii.edu) hawaiiathletics.com Frank Mercogliano (mercfran@isu.edu) isubengals.com Emily Wickstrom (ewick@illinois.edu) fightingillini.com Nate Wiechers (nwiecher@indiana.edu) iuhoosiers.com Brett Hertel (brett.hertel@my.liu.edu) liuathletics.com Mark Dodson (mark.dodson@lmu.edu) lmulions.com Leah Howard (lchoward@umich.edu) mgoblue.com

Website

School

Media Contact (E-Mail)

New Mexico New Mexico St. Northwestern Notre Dame Portland St. Purdue San Diego San Diego St. San Jose St. Southern Utah Stanford Texas A&M UC Davis UCLA Utah UMKC Weber St.

Nicole Chavez (chavez18@unm.edu) Ty Dunkel (tydunkel@nmsu.edu) Doug Meffley (d-meffley@northwestern.edu) Alan George (ageorge2@nd.edu) Ryan Borde (rborde@pdx.edu) Wendy Mayer (wbroker@purdue.edu) Ryan McCann (rmccann@sandiego.edu) Jamie McConeghy (jmcconeg@mail.sdsu.edu) Shawn Murphy (shawn.murphy@sjsu.edu) Neil Gardner (gardner@suu.edu) Regina Verlengiere (rverleng@stanford.edu) Deanna Werner (dwerner@athletics.tamu.edu ) John McMahon (jmcmahon@ucdavis.edu) James Ybiernas (jamesy@athletics.ucla.edu) Mike Devine (mdevine@huntsman.utah.edu ) Brooke Orcutt (orcuttb@umkc.edu) Paul Grua (pgrua@weber.edu)

Website golobos.com nmstatesports.com nuwildcats.com und.com goviks.com purduesports.com usdtoreros.com goaztecs.com sjsuspartans.com suutbirds.com gostanford.com aggieathletics.com ucdavisaggies.com uclabruins.com utahutes.com umkckangaroos.com weberstatesports.com


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MOUNTAIN WEST CONFERENCE

Birth Of A Conference

UNLV MWC Team Championships

The Mountain West Conference was conceived on May 26, 1998, when the presidents of eight institutions -- Air Force, Brigham Young, Colorado State, New Mexico, San Diego State, UNLV, Utah and Wyoming -- decided to form a new NCAA Division I-A intercollegiate athletic conference. The split from the former 16-team WAC re-established continuity and stability among the membership within the new league and signaled the continuation of its tradition-rich, long-standing athletic rivalries. Five of the MWC’s eight members have been conference rivals since the 1960s (BYU, Utah, New Mexico, Wyoming and Colorado State), while San Diego State (1978) and Air Force (1980) were longtime members as well. UNLV entered the fold in 1996 and TCU began its first year of competition in 2005-06, completing the membership in the MWC as it stands today.

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Sport

Championship

1999-2000

From its inception in 1999, the Mountain West Conference has been committed to excellence in intercollegiate athletics, while promoting the academic missions of its member institutions. The Colorado Springs-based league is noted for its geographic diversity. Some of the most beautiful terrain and landscapes in the nation can be found within the MWC boundaries, including the majestic Rocky Mountain range, which borders four league schools (Utah, BYU, Air Force and Colorado State). The high plains of Wyoming (elevation 7,220 feet - the highest Division I campus in the nation) contrast with the desert city of Las Vegas (the fastest growing metropolitan area in the West) and the Pacific locale of San Diego State. The southwestern flavor of New Mexico complements the western heritage and culture of Fort Worth, Texas, home of the MWCs newest member TCU.

2004-05

Men’s Basketball Men’s Basketball Men’s Golf Women’s Tennis Men’s Golf Women’s Tennis Baseball Baseball Women’s Tennis Women’s Swimming & Diving Baseball Women’s Golf Baseball Baseball Women’s Golf Women’s Soccer Women’s Swimming & Diving Men’s Swimming & Diving Women’s Golf Women’s Soccer Men’s Swimming & Diving Men’s Basketball Women’s Soccer Men’s Swimming & Diving Men’s Swimming & Diving Men’s Tennis Men’s Basketball Women’s Soccer Men’s Swimming & Diving Women’s Tennis Volleyball Men’s Swimming & Diving Men’s Swimming & Diving Women’s Tennis

Co-Regular Season Tournament Tournament Tournament Tournament Tournament Regular Season Tournament Co-Regular Season Regular Season Tournament Tournament Regular Season Tournament Tournament Regular Season Tournament Tournament Tournament Tournament Tournament Tournament Tournament Regular Season Tournament Tournament Tournament Regular Season Tournament Tournament Tournament Regular Season Tournament Regular Season

2001-02 2002-03

2003-04

2005-06

2006-07

2007-08

2008-09

Albuquerque Colorado Springs Fort Collins Fort Worth Laramie Las Vegas Provo Salt Lake City San Diego


MOUNTAIN WEST CONFERENCE MWC Quick Facts Founded: Commissioner: Mailing Address: Phone: Fax: Softball Contact: Office Phone:

1998 Craig Thompson 15455 Gleneagle Drive, Suite 200 Colorado Springs, CO 80921-2591 719.488.4040 719.487.7241 Marlon Edge (medge@themwc.com) 719.488.4052

UNLV On Television The Mountain West Conference television package reaches a national audience through a combination of telecasts on The MountainWest Sports Network (The Mtn.), CBS College Sports Network (formerly CSTV) and VERSUS. The Mtn. has been available to cable subscribers in the MWC footprint since it first aired in 2006-07 and is now available nationally on DIRECTV (channel 616). On Aug. 26, 2004, College Sports Television (CSTV) and the MWC announced a visionary partnership that revolutionized the college sports landscape. The landmark agreement was the first NCAA Division I football and men’s basketball conference-wide deal for CSTV and provided the network exclusive rights to all conference events, including cable and satellite television coverage, national over-the-air and satellite radio, video-on-demand and online broadcast rights. A succession of events since the fall of 2004 has improved the television model, including CSTV’s merger with Comcast SportsNet to create The Mtn. - MountainWest Sports Network and CBS Corporation’s purchase of CSTV. In 2008, CBS incorporated CSTV’s cable, broadcast and online activities into its world-famous brand. The Mtn. is co-owned by CBS C and Comcast SportsNet. The relationship with Comcast SportsNet also delivered another national broadcast partner in VERSUS. The MWC was the first exclusive college programming provider for the Comcast-owned entity, with football and both men’s and women’s basketball games. The CBS C/MWC partnership has guaranteed greater levels of television exposure for all league sports and has resoundingly met the fundamental goals of more exposure and preferred start times and dates. In the summer of 2006, the centerpiece of this historic relationship was realized with the launch of The Mtn. - the first sports network dedicated to serving a single collegiate athletic conference. The Mtn. provides sports fans blanket coverage of MWC athletics across multiple sports, including football, men’s and women’s basketball, and men’s and women’s Olympic sports. along with live games, fans get a comprehensive array of news, features and analysis about their favorite MWC teams and players. In 2008-09, more than 250 MWC events were shown live on The Mtn., CBS C and VERSUS. CBS C is currently available in over 30 million homes, while VERSUS is in more than 68 million households.

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Craig Thompson MWC Commissioner

Craig Thompson was the Mountain West Conference’s first employee when he was named commissioner on Oct. 15, 1998. Ever since, Thompson has navigated the newest NCAA Division I conference through the ever-changing landscape of intercollegiate athletics. As the league enters its 11th season of competition in 2009-10, Thompson continues to create and improve the opportunities for MWC institutions and student-athletes to be successful both academically and athletically. Progress in its approach, the MWC has flourished under the guidance of Commissioner Thompson and continues to cultivate opportunities for studentathletes to compete at the highest level, while fostering academic achievement and sportsmanship. He has been instrumental in negotiating nearly $230 million in television revenue, directed the league through expansion and has been an innovator in the postseason bowl structure as MWC teams have participated in five inaugural bowl games. His leadership and vision have helped the conference enhance its television revenue and exposure through revolutionary agreements with CBS College Sports Network (formerly CSTV) and Comcast to become the first major collegiate athletic conference to launch a dedicated sports channel featuring exclusive programming around its nine athletic programs. Thompson has been instrumental in strengthening the position of the MWC in its current Bowl Championship Series (BCS) structure. In 2006, he spearheaded an effort that resulted in better access for the MWC and more than doubled the annual BCS revenue on an annual basis for non-automatic-qualifying conferences. The MWC has been steadfast in its efforts to find a way to make the BCS system fair to all universities. Through its first 10 years of competition, the MWC has participated in 36 bowl games. In 2007, the MWC posted the best winning percentage among the 11 conference that make up the NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision and claimed the 2007-08 ESPN Bowl Challenge Cup for the second time in four years. The MWC has sent a record five teams into postseason action both of the last two seasons (2007-08) and over the past five campaigns boasts the best winning percentage in bowl games among FBS conferences. Prior to his current role, Thompson served as the commissioner of the Sun Belt Conference for nearly eight years and as the only commissioner of the American South Conference prior to the merger of the two leagues in 1991. Thompson graduated from the University of Minnesota with an undergraduate degree in journalism. He and his wife, Carla, have a son, Ted, and a daughter, Emma.


THIS IS UNLV

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THE UNIVERSITY

UNLV CAMPUS FACTS

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ombining the excitement of an urban location with the charm of a traditional campus, the University of Nevada, Las Vegas offers students a full educational and social experience. Just decades old, UNLV has maintained a healthy rate of growth in enrollment, programs and scholastic excellence as part of the eight-component Nevada System of Higher Education. Located in the heart of one of the world’s most vibrant and dynamic cities, UNLV has matured along with the Las Vegas area. With enrollment more than doubling the last decade, the tremendous growth has meant a flurry of construction resulting in a campus setting boasting academic and athletic facilities second to none. Steadily becoming a traditional residential university, UNLV provides on-campus housing for more than 2,000 students. A variety of student clubs and organizations along with 26 Greek organizations supplement the social development of students. From within its 15 schools and colleges, including the new William S. Boyd School of Law, UNLV is also becoming a leading research institution of the West. The school’s scientific, social science, and business programs attract millions of dollars in research grants annually to fund projects in desert biology, nuclear waste transportation, laser physics, public opinion surveys and many others. In addition to traditional student programs, UNLV serves diverse local, national and international communities through its Educational Outreach Division, offering Summer Term, Continuing Education and Distance Education programs enrolling more than 53,000 students annually. With its Performing Arts Center, the campus is the cultural hub of Southern Nevada. World-class orchestras and soloists, dance and theater arts combine to provide a broad selection of concerts and stage productions. The Barrick Lecture Series and several campus organizations bring noted speakers to the University, and local and visiting artists show their works in the Donna Beam Fine Art Gallery. UNLV has excellent athletic facilities as well, many open for student and public use. Opened in 1957 as the southern regional division of the University of Nevada with a total of 28 students, UNLV now is home to more than 28,000 students coming from every county in Nevada, all 50 U.S. states and 88 countries. Much of UNLV’s tremendous expansion is the result of support from the Nevada Legislature and

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Campus founded ......................................... 1957 Campus size ..........................................358 acres Total enrollment ......................................... 28,605 Average undergraduate class size ................... 31 Average graduate class size ............................ 15 Average undergraduate age ............................. 24 Average graduate age ...................................... 34 Female students ............................................ 55% Male students ................................................ 45% Total employees........................................... 3,168 Faculty with doctorates .................................. 90% Faculty with terminal degrees ........................ 95% Undergraduate degree programs and certificates...... 108 Graduate/Professional degree programs and certificates..... 138 Total 2007-08 graduates .............................. 5,481 Undergraduate per-credit fee .................. $142.50 Graduate per-credit fee ........................... $217.75

the state’s taxpayers. Private donors have played an important role as well. These gifts support new facilities and programs and, most important, provide the scholarship incentives that bring Nevada’s best and brightest student scholars to campus. UNLV operates an on-campus Center for Business and Economic Research, Center for Economic Education, Harry Reid Center for Environmental Studies (in cooperation with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency), Desert Biology Research Center, Center for Survey Research, Nuclear Waste Transportation Research Center and other research and public-service centers. Offering 108 undergraduate programs and 138 graduate tracts, UNLV graduated a class of more than 5,481 last year. The University operates on a semester system and is a member of the American Association of State Colleges and Universities, the Council of Graduate Schools, the American Council of Education and the Western College Association. All of the University’s academic programs are fully accredited by the Northwest Association of Schools and Colleges, and many programs have received further accreditation from independent national accreditation bodies.


UNLV PRESIDENT

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UNLV PRESIDENT DR. NEAL J. SMATRESK

r. Neal J. Smatresk was named President of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas on Aug. 6, 2009. Since 2007, he had served as Executive Vice President and Provost, where he was responsible for leadership and administration of all academic and research programs, spanning 15 colleges and two professional schools. Dr. Smatresk received his Ph.D. in zoology from the University of Texas at Austin in 1980. Following post-doctoral training at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, he joined the University of Texas, Arlington (UTA) department of biology in 1982. In his 22 years at UTA, he served as Chair of Biology and later Dean of Science, until his appointment as the chief academic officer at the University of Hawaii at Manoa in 2004. During his tenure, the University of Hawaii at Manoa entered the ranks of the top 25 federally funded institutions, gained three National Academy of Science members, and received recognition from

the Chinese Ministry of Education as a Confucius Institute, an honor shared by only 11 other U.S. institutions. Dr. Smatresk has received a number of teaching awards, and his research in cardiorespiratory physiology has resulted in over 50 papers and book chapters, and grants from the National Science Foundation and National Institutes of Health. As the chief academic officer of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Dr. Smatresk has led the efforts to forge a new strategic plan that commits to improving educational access and success for its diverse students, to provide regionally responsive research growth for the improvement and diversification of the Southern Nevada economic base, and to supply critically needed services for this rapidly growing region. In addition to his teaching and administrative roles, Smatresk has devoted considerable effort to kindergarten to doctorate (K-20) science outreach programs and teacher professional development and has participated in a number of consortia focused on science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) career development. He has been deeply engaged in community college articulation efforts in Texas, Hawaii and now in Nevada and has worked to expand educational opportunity and access for underserved populations.

ALL-TIME PRESIDENTS William D. Carlson Donald C. Moyer Roman J. Zorn Donald Baepler Brock Dixon Leonard “Pat� Goodall Robert C. Maxson Kenny Guinn (interim) Carol C. Harter David B. Ashley Neal Smatresk

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ATHLETICS DIRECTOR

ATHLETICS DIRECTOR JIM LIVENGOOD

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ringing with him a wealth of experience and the reputation as one of the nation’s top administrators, Jim Livengood was introduced as UNLV’s 11th fulltime Director of Athletics on Dec. 17, 2009. Livengood came to UNLV following a successful tenure of more than 15 years at the University of Arizona where he oversaw an athletics program that annually competed for championships not only in the Pac-10 Conference but also at a national level, maintained a high academic standard for its student-athletes and continually operated its $43 million budget in the black. His fiscal leadership helped Arizona remain one of the lone black-ink athletics programs among a small handful of institutions that rely exclusively on generated funds and do not receive state-appropriated monies. During his time in Tucson, he served as the Pacific-10 Conference president, chair of the Pac-10 Athletic Directors Revenue Sharing Committee and a member of the conference's Bowl Committee and Basketball Tournament Subcommittee. He also was a member of the Rose Bowl Management Committee, the NCAA Fellows program, NACDA President, and chair of the NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Committee, on which he served five years. His work at Arizona and its extension on the national level earned him an Athletic Director of the Year Award from the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics in 2006 for Division I-A.

Livengood initiated Campaign Arizona, which raised more than $130 million for athletic facility improvements and endowments while the Wildcats maintained a top-25 competitive record in the NACDA Directors' Cup (formerly Sears Cup), including high rankings of sixth in 1993-94, fourth in 1994-95, seventh in 1995-96, sixth in both 199697 and 1997-98 and ninth in 2001-02. That record reflects success throughout Arizona's broad-based program, highlighted by participation in the 1994 and 2001 NCAA Men's Final Four and champions of the 1997 NCAA Men's National Basketball Tournament. Arizona also won the 1994, 1996, 1997, 2001, 2006 and 2007 NCAA Women's Softball College World Series titles, the 1996 and 2000 NCAA Women's Golf titles and the 2008 men's and women's NCAA Swimming Championships. UA's student-athlete graduation rate continued to be historically higher than that of the general student body rate during his tenure at UA. Nearly 100 student-athletes earned conference or regional all-academic honors, and 20 percent of UA student-athletes attained honors-level cumulative grade point averages. Livengood is a member of the NCAA Fellows Program to mentor new athletic directors, has served as a member of the NCAA Peer Review Team from 1994-99, the NCAA Gender Equity Task Force, and the Women's Committee on Athletics. He has been a member of the NACDA Preseason Football Games Committee since 2000 and was a member of the NACDA Strategic Planning Committee from 1999-2001. He served as NACDA president in 1998-1999, and in 1999 was named Division I-A Athletic Director of the Year. He is also a member of the Division 1-A Athletic Directors Association, having served as president of that association in 1998. Livengood spent six years as the Athletics Director at Washington State University from 1988-93 where he developed what is still widely regarded as a model gender-equity program. In addition he laid the groundwork for a studentathlete wellness center that is regarded as one of the finest in the nation. Livengood began his administrative career in 1980 as the Associate Director for Development and Public Relations at

Washington State ALL-TIME before becoming ATHLETICS DIRECTORS the Athletics Direc- Michael “Chub” Drakulich 1958-72 Bill Ireland 1973-80 tor at Southern Il1980 linois, a position he Al Negratti Charles Bucher 1981 held until returning Brad Rothermel 1981-90 to Washington Dennis Finfrock 1991 Jim Weaver 1992-94 State. Fred Albrecht (Interim) 1995 Born March Charles Cavagnaro 1995-2001 28, 1945, in Walla John Robinson 2002-03 Walla, Wash., he Fred Albrecht (Interim) 2003 Mike Hamrick 2003-09 received his bachJerry Koloskie (Interim) 2009 elor's degree from Jim Livengood 2009-SA Brigham Young University in 1968 and completed his fifth-year education requirement for teaching certification at Central Washington University in 1972. He taught and served as an assistant football coach and track coach at Moses Lake High School in Washington in 1968-69, and as head football and basketball coach and counselor at Ephrata High School in Washington from 1972-80 before moving into athletics administration. Jim and his wife, Linda, have two grown children, Michelle, a lawyer in Tucson, and Jeremy, who resides in Phoenix. Both children are University of Arizona graduates. Michelle earned her law degree in May 2000 and Jeremy graduated in December 1999. The Livengoods are the proud grandparents of twin daughters, Emma and Isabella, born to Michelle and husband, Jack Murphy, in March 2009.

STATE BOARD OF REGENTS

DAN KLAICH

MICHAEL WIXOM

JASON GEDDES

ANDREA ANDERSON

MARK ALDEN

ROBERT BLAKELY

WILLIAM COBB

Chancellor

Chair, Las Vegas

Vice Chair, Reno

Regent, Las Vegas

Regent, Las Vegas

Regent, Las Vegas

Regent, Reno

DOROTHY GALLAGHER

RON KNECHT

JAMES LEAVITT

KEVIN PAGE

RAY RAWSON

JACK SCHOFIELD

Regent, Elko

Regent, Carson City

Regent, Las Vegas

Regent, Las Vegas

Regent, Las Vegas

Regent, Las Vegas

CEDRIC CREAR Regent, Las Vegas

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ATHLETICS ADMINISTRATION JERRY KOLOSKIE

LISA KELLEHER

Senior Associate AD

Associate AD/Senior Woman Administrator

Jerry Koloskie is in his 11th season as UNLV’s Senior Associate Athletics Director in 2009-10. He served as UNLV’s Interim Athletics Director from late August until Jim Livengood was named Director of Athletics on Dec. 17, 2009. A member of the athletics department for the past 26 years, Koloskie is directly responsible for overseeing all internal functions of the athletics department and serves as the sport administrator for men’s and women’s basketball, track and field, cross country and baseball. He earned his master’s in physical education from Iowa State University in 1981 and moved to UNLV in 1982 to become Co-Head Athletic Trainer and spent nine years as head athletic trainer for the Rebel football team. In 1983 he became Head Athletic Trainer for all intercollegiate athletic teams at UNLV. He and his wife, Annette, have three children: sons John and Jim, and a daughter, Megan, as well as a granddaughter, Kaydence.

BILL BRADY Associate AD/Development Bill Brady enters his fourth year as a member of UNLV’s Senior Staff serving as Associate Athletic Director for Development. Brady oversees fundraising for Rebel Athletics with a primary emphasis on major gifts. Also, he is responsible for the operation of the Rebel Athletic Fund which includes the Club Seat and Suite programs. Prior to joining the Rebels, Brady worked with current MWC member TCU as the director of the Frog Club as well as sales management roles with SFX Sports Group, Lone Star Park and the Cotton Bowl Classic. Brady earned his bachelor’s degree from Long Beach State and his master’s degree from Ohio University. He and his wife, Diana, are the parents of three boys: Cooper, Spencer and Turner.

TERRY COTTLE

Lisa Kelleher begins her 18th season as UNLV’s Associate Athletics Director and Senior Woman Administrator. In her position, Kelleher provides administrative oversight to the day-to-day operations of nine of the school’s 17 varsity sports as well as various events related to the 10 women’s programs. In addition, Kelleher oversees gender equity and diversity issues, and is a member of the UNLV Athletics Hall of Fame committee. A 1979 graduate of Miami (Ohio) University, Kelleher earned her master’s degree from the University of Arizona in 1980. Kelleher, a doctoral candidate in the UNLV Higher Education Leadership program, intends to defend her dissertation and graduate this year. Kelleher and her husband, Peter, have four daughters: Molly (29), Bridget (24), Megan (15) and Tara (13). Molly is married to Jeremy Dutton.

MICHAEL SEE Assistant AD/Athletics Ticketing and UNLVtickets Michael See is the newest member of the UNLV Senior Staff as Assistant Athletics Director for Athletics Ticketing and UNLVtickets. See has overseen UNLVtickets, the university’s ticketing services organization, for the past eight years, heading up all e-commerce, call center, retail outlet and regional ticket sales. See, a 1994 graduate of UNLV, brings over 20 years of ticketing experience to the UNLV Athletics Department. His experience includes helping to open the MGM Grand Garden Arena Ticket Office in 1993, and also serving as Ticketing Manager for Primadonna Resorts, the Las Vegas Motor Speedway, and New York, New York Hotel and Casino while also working for Tickets.com. See returned to UNLV in 2002 to design and implement the UNLVtickets Organization as its Director. He and his wife Kay have a daughter, Taylor, and a son, Benjamin.

ERIK SCHWARZ Assistant AD/Operations & Facilities

Associate AD/Football Operations Terry Cottle, 50, begins his 26th year in the UNLV Athletics Department and his ninth as an Associate Athletics Director. Cottle serves as the day-to-day administrator for the UNLV football program. A former Rebel football recruiting coordinator and assistant coach, Cottle spent 10 years with the football program before moving into an administrative capacity in 1994. A four-year starter at quarterback at St. Mary’s College in Moraga, Calif., Cottle earned his bachelor’s degree in physical education in 1980 before receiving his master’s degree in education from UNLV in 1985. Cottle and his wife, Catherine, have four children: Jessica, Ashley, Carly and Jason.

ANDY GROSSMAN Assistant AD/Media Relations and Communications Andy Grossman joined the UNLV Athletics Senior Staff this fall, as he was named Assistant Athletics Director for Media Relations and Communications. Grossman enters his 14th year with UNLV Athletics and he oversees the media relations and communication efforts for the athletics department. A 1996 graduate of the University of Arizona with a bachelor’s in media arts, Grossman came to UNLV as an intern, and he was hired as assistant sports information director in 1997. In February of 2000 he left to work at Mirage Resorts, Inc., in its public relations department. He and his wife Melissa have a daughter, Hannah (9), and two sons, Jake (6), and Noah (1).

CHRISTIAN HARDIGREE Associate AD/Community Development and Special Projects Christian Hardigree joined the UNLV Senior Staff this fall and is the Associate Athletics Director for Community Development and Special Projects, where she will focus on sport specific fundraising initiatives, community marketing projects and will also assist with other special projects. Hardigree most recently served as UNLV’s Assistant President/Chief of Staff and was an associate professor and the department chair for UNLV’s Hotel Management Department in the William F. Harrah College of Hotel Administration. Hardigree earned her bachelor’s degree from UNLV in 1993 and earned her law degree in 1996 from Mercer University. She is married to Chris Brown, and they have two children, Parker (3), and Hudson (2).

Erik Schwarz enters his fourth year as a member of the UNLV Senior Staff as Assistant Athletics Director for Operations. The 16-season veteran of UNLV athletics oversees the athletic facilities and game operations for all Rebel sports programs. Prior to joining the Senior Staff, Schwarz spent seven seasons as director of game operations for the Rebels and four working with the licensing program. A native of Bowie, Md., Schwarz is a 1993 graduate of West Virginia University with a degree in sports management. He received his master’s degree in kinesiology from UNLV in 1997. He married the former Maggie Hausbeck on June 25, 2006.

ERIC TOLIVER Associate AD/Compliance Eric Toliver, 39, enters his 18th year at UNLV and 10th year as the Associate Athletics Director for Administration and Compliance after taking over the Director of NCAA Compliance duties midway through the 1998-99 school year. A 1992 graduate of Western State College (Co.), Toliver’s responsibilities include overseeing all aspects of NCAA regulations and conducting internal and external investigations to ensure that UNLV’s 17 Division I sports, staff and coaches remain in compliance with NCAA regulations. Toliver, who is also an appointed member of the NCAA Division I Amateurism Fact- Finding Committee, is also responsible for supervision of the UNLV softball program and oversees all UNLV student-athlete conduct and discipline related matters. He also supervises the UNLV Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) and serves as the chair of the institution’s Compliance Committee.

PERK WEISENBURGER Associate AD/External Operations Perk Weisenburger enters his fifth year as a member of the UNLV Senior Staff as the Associate Athletics Director for External Operations. Weisenburger oversees the coordination and operation of athletic marketing and promotions, licensing and athletic ticketing, and serves as the department’s liaison to muilti-media rights partner International Sports Properties (ISP). Prior to coming to UNLV in April of 2005, Weisenburger spent five years as the Director of Athletics at Illinois State University and previously worked administratively at Wake Forest, Central Michigan, Washington and Houston. Weisenburger is a 1979 graduate of Central Michigan with a bachelor’s degree in business administration. He earned his master’s in sports administration from Ohio University in 1982. He and wife, Buffy, are the parents of two sons: Jack and Joe.

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ATHLETIC PROGRAMS

KEVIN CORY

BUDDY GOULDSMITH

OWEN HAMBROOK

BOBBY HAUCK

ALLISON KEELEY

Women’s Tennis 11th Season/162-79

Baseball 7th Season/173-188

Men’s Tennis 7th Season/78-62

Football 1st Season

Volleyball 6th Season/90-57

CUMULATIVE 2008-09 RECORDS OF UNLV INTERCOLLEGIATE TEAMS

DWAINE KNIGHT Men’s Golf 23rd Season

PETE MANARINO

SPORT Baseball Men’s Basketball Women’s Basketball Cross Country Football Men’s Golf Women’s Golf Men’s Soccer Women’s Soccer Softball Men’s Swimming Women’s Swimming Men’s Tennis Women’s Tennis Indoor Track Outdoor Track Volleyball

OVERALL RECORD 26-32 21-11 14-18 NA/Reg. 5-7 NA/Reg. NA/Reg. 8-9-1 11-7-3 31-21 11-1 12-5 14-12 20-8 NA NA/Reg. 16-14

CONF. RECORD 9-15/5th 9-7/5th 5-11/7th NA/7th* 2-6/T6th NA/3rd* NA/3rd* 3-7-0/T4th 3-3-1/T4th 7-8/T3rd 5-0/1st* 5-3/2nd* 2-4/6th 8-0/1st NA/8th* NA/8th* 9-7/T4th

HEAD COACH Buddy Gouldsmith Lon Kruger Kathy Olivier Yvonne Scott Mike Sanford Dwaine Knight Missy Ringler Mario Sanchez Katherine Mertz Pete Manarino Jim Reitz Jim Reitz Owen Hambrook Kevin Cory Yvonne Scott Yvonne Scott Allison Keeley

^Indicates finish at NCAA Championships *Indicates finish at MWC Championships

Men’s Basketball 6th Season/112-53

KATHERINE MERTZ

Softball 2nd Season/31-21

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LON KRUGER

Women’s Soccer 5th Season/44-30-14

KATHY OLIVIER

JIM REITZ

MISSY RINGLER

MARIO SANCHEZ

YVONNE SCOTT

Women’s Basketball 2nd Season/14-18

Men’s & Women’s Swimming 30th Season

Women’s Golf 8th Season

Men’s Soccer 4th Season/16-34-5

Track & Field/Cross Country 3rd Season


LIED ATHLETIC COMPLEX

Opened in 1996, the $8.5 million Lied Athletic Complex remains one of the nation’s premier on-campus sports facilities. The Lied, honored with Athletic Management magazine’s 1997 Award of Excellence, was exclusively funded by private donations beginning with a cornerstone gift of $4 million from the Lied Foundation Trust, through its trustee Ms. Christina Hixson, in 1993. A generous $1.5 million gift from Si and Marilyn Redd provided the Lied with a state-of-the-art sports medicine center for preventative and rehabilitative care. This 8,500-square-foot center includes a doctor’s office and examination room, a taping room, an aquatic therapy room, two additional therapy and rehabilitation areas and a self-contained drug-testing facility.

The Ernie Becker Sr. Strength and Conditioning Center features 8,500 square feet of main floor containing Olympic platforms, free weights, power racks and more than 60 weight stations. Additionally, a 1,200-square-foot balcony offers areas for plyometrics, stretching and aerobics. The Lied’s 10,000-square-foot equipment center provides studentathlete support service featuring laundry, equipment and storage. The Conrad Hilton Foundation provided funding for the Barron Hilton Auditorium located inside the Lied Athletic Complex. This 328-seat auditorium provides student-athletes with study hall facilities including individual meeting rooms for tutorial support and team meetings. Designed with all Rebel sports in mind, the Lied Athletic Complex offers every student-athlete the best possible environment to pursue their athletic and academic dreams.

THE HONORARY LETTERMEN’S WALL

The Lettermen’s Wall stands as a permanent tribute to those men and women of vision who, through their generosity, have enhanced the lives and experiences of UNLV student-athletes through their contributions to the construction of the Lied Athletic Complex. The wall transforms a male and female UNLV student-athlete into beautiful etched images on polished crystal plaques.

HONORARY LETTERMEN Don Ackerman • Ernie Becker, Sr. • William S. Boyd • Sharyn & Jay Brown • James Cashman, Jr. • Frank & Vicki Fertitta • Michael Gaughan • Herman T. Kishner Memorial • Jerry M. & Sue Lykins • Charles L. Ruthe • Richard Tam • Tom Wiesner • Hazel & Earl Wilson • Ruth & Mel Wolzinger 75 75


UNLV FACILITIES

THOMAS & MACK CENTER

One of the premier on-campus athletic and entertainment facilities in the nation, the 18,500-seat Thomas & Mack Center is primarily home to the world-famous UNLV Runnin’ Rebel Basketball team. The venue, which underwent a multimillion dollar renovation in 1999 that included a new exterior look, hosted the 2007 NBA All-Star Weekend.

FRANK AND VICKI FERTITTA TENNIS COMPLEX

With seating for up to 2,000 fans, the Frank and Vicki Fertitta Tennis Complex is unquestionably one of the nation’s finest and most complete collegiate tennis facilities. Opened in 1992, the complex recently underwent a $2 million upgrade.

JIM ROGERS FIELD AT ELLER MEDIA STADIUM Thanks to donations from Eller Media, Jim Rogers, Jerry and Sue Lykins, other UNLV Athletics donors, and the UNLV Foundation, the Rebel softball team began play at Eller Media Stadium in the spring of 2002. The newest facility on campus was completed in November 2001 at a cost of $2.7 million and provides accommodations for 770 fans.

BUCHANAN NATATORIUM

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The home of the UNLV swimming and diving team boasts a 50-meter indoor pool with a 25-yard deepend course for racing. The facility, which features spectator seating for 1,200, has hosted several national and regional meets.

PETER JOHANN MEMORIAL FIELD

The UNLV soccer program boasts one of the top facilities on the West Coast in the 2,500-seat Peter Johann Memorial Soccer Field, which was dedicated in 1983.


UNLV FACILITIES

SAM BOYD STADIUM

Complete with 36,800 seats for sporting events, versatile Sam Boyd Stadium is not only the home of Rebel Football, but also houses major concert events. It is also the site of the annual MAACO Bowl Las Vegas clash as well as having served as home to the XFL’s Las Vegas Outlaws and the CFL’s Las Vegas Posse.

SHEILA TARR SMITH FIELD AT MYRON PARTRIDGE STADIUM

Named after two greats in Southern Nevada track and field, the Myron Partridge Stadium and Sheila Tarr Smith field is one of the top collegiate track and field facilities in the country. Nine 48-inch lines circle the track, complete with a steeplechase bar and pit, two pole vault pits, two high jump areas, two long jump/triple jump lanes, two shot put slabs, ample room for hammer and javelin events and seating for up to 1,000 spectators.

ROGER BARNSON FIELD AT EARL E. WILSON STADIUM

Dedicated in 1994, the $1.5 million, 3,000seat Wilson Stadium gives the Hustlin’ Rebel baseball program one of the finest homes in college baseball.

COX PAVILION

With its grand opening in 2001, the Cox Pavilion became the perfect complement to the Thomas & Mack Center. A multipurpose state-of-the-art venue with seating for up to 3,000 fans, it serves as the home for the Rebel volleyball and women’s basketball teams and offers a practice location for all of UNLV’s court sports. 77 77


REBEL RUNDOWN

MEN’S SWIMMING

WOMEN’S GOLF

5 Conference championships 2 Regular season championship 15 All-Americans, 36 times 11 Conference MVPs 8 Conference Coaches of the Year

3 NCAA finals appearance 7 NCAA regional appearances 1 NCAA individual appearance 3 Conference championships 3 All-Americans, 5 times 3 Conference MVPs 3 Conference Freshmen of the Year 2 Conference Coaches of the Year

FOOTBALL 2 Conference championships 3 Bowl game victories 9 All-Americans, 13 times 9 Conference MVPs 1 Conference Student-Athlete of Year 3 Conference Coaches of the Year 4 Conference Freshmen of the Year 2 Freshman All-Americans

MEN’S GOLF

MEN’S BASKETBALL 1 NCAA team championship 4 Final Four appearances 16 NCAA tournament appearances 14 Conference championships 11 League tournament titles 18 All-Americans, 26 times 1 John Wooden Award Winner 12 NBA first round draft picks

1 NCAA team championship 2 NCAA individual champions 20 Consecutive NCAA berths 6 Conference championships 4 NCAA West Regional titles 6 Conference individual titles 20 All-Americans, 38 times 3 NCAA Regional medalists 2 National Coach of the Year Awards 1 Ben Hogan Award Winner 1 Jack Nicklaus Award Winner 1 Fred Haskins Award Winner 1 Golfstat Award Winner 1 National Freshman of the Year 9 Conference MVPs 2 Conference Freshmen of the Year

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL 8 NCAA tournament appearances 1 WNIT runner-up finish 4 Conference championships 5 League tournament titles 9 All-Americans, 14 times 1 National Freshman of the Year 5 Conference MVPs 2 Conference Freshmen of the Year

BASEBALL 10 NCAA Regional appearances 10 Conference championships 17 All-Americans, 20 times 4 Conference MVPs 1 Conference Coach of the Year

WOMEN’S SWIMMING 4 Conference titles 7 All-Americans, 16 times 15 Conference MVPs 4 Conference Coaches of the Year

5 NCAA tournament appearances 4 Conference championships 1 League tournament title 2 All-Americans, 3 times 5 Conference MVPs 2 Conference Coach of the Year 1 Freshman of the Year

SOFTBALL 9 NCAA tournament appearances 3 College World Series berths 1 Conference title 12 All-Americans, 20 times 1 Olympic Gold Medallist, 3 times 2 Conference Coaches of the Year, 5 times 4 Conference MVPs, 5 times 2 Conference Pitchers of the Year 1 Conference Freshman of the Year

WOMEN’S SOCCER 3 NCAA Tournament appearances 2 Conference title 3 Conference MVPs 2 League tournament title 2 Conference Coaches of the Year

2008-09 HONOR ROLL PLAYER Zsuszanna Jakabos Therese Koelbaek Eddie Olson Wink Adams Camille Cunningham Lamar Neagle Eddie Olson René Rougeau Ashleigh Shoughro Ashleigh Shoughro

ALL-AMERICANS (3)

SPORT Women’s Swimming Women’s Golf Men’s Golf

HONOR/EVENT 400 IM Hon. Men. Hon. Men.

ALL-REGION/DISTRICT (6) Men’s Basketball Volleyball Men’s Soccer Men’s Golf Men’s Basketball Women’s Soccer Women’s Soccer

District 17 West Far West Pacific District 17 West West

ORG. NCAA Golfweek GCAA NABC AVCA NCSAA GCAA NABC NSCAA Soccer Buzz

CONFERENCE PLAYERS OF THE YEAR (2)

Zsuzsanna Jakabos Kier Maitland

Women’s Swimming Men’s Swimming

MWC MWC

COACH OF THE YEAR (1)

Jim Reitz

Men’s Swimming

MWC

CONFERENCE NEWCOMERS OF THE YEAR (3)

Mehdi Bouras Cursty Jackson Jamie Smith

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MEN’S SOCCER

Men’s Tennis Volleyball Women’s Basketball

MWC MWC MWC

VOLLEYBALL 1 NCAA tournament appearance 1 Conference tournament title 2 Conference Freshman of the Year 2 Conference Coaches of the Year

MEN’S TENNIS 2 NCAA individual champions 3 Collegiate Grand Slam titles 5 NCAA tournament appearances 4 Conference championships 5 All-Americans, 9 times 6 Conference MVPs 3 Conference Coaches of the Year 1 Conference Freshman of the Year

WOMEN’S TENNIS 9 NCAA tournament appearances 4 Conference championships 1 Regular season championship 3 All-Americans, 4 times 1 National Rookie of the Year 8 Conference MVPs 1 Conference Student-Athlete of Year 1 Conference Freshman of the Year 2 Conference Coaches of the Year

TRACK & FIELD 2 NCAA individual champions 5 Conference outdoor titles 1 Conference indoor title 44 All-Americans, 83 times 1 U.S. Olympic Head Coach


HALL OF FAME

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NOTABLE REBELS

SEVEN INDIVIDUALS, TWO TEAMS HIGHLIGHT HALL OF FAME CLASS

Blenkiron

Kristosik

Rondina

Smith

HONOREE Greg Anthony Rene Arceneaux* Dr. Thomas Armour Stacey Augmon Dr. Donald Baepler Freddie Banks Roger Barnson* Ernie Becker Sr. Rex Bell Tim Blenkiron Bob Blum Dr. James Callaway Dr. Kathie Calloway Chad Campbell Glenn Carano Jack Cason Bob Cline Dr. David Cohen Randall Cunningham Fred Dallimore Michael “Chub” Drakulich Sally Fleisher Bob Florence Ralph Garcia Armen Gilliam Glen Gondrezick Sidney Green Lori Harrigan Mike “Cowboy” Haverty Nate Hawkins Dr. Gerald Higgins Christina Hixson Trena Hull

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No less than three national championships were celebrated as part of last fall’s UNLV Athletics Hall of Fame ceremonies held on Sept. 19, 2008. Five former Rebel players (including the 17th football honoree all-time), one longtime head coach and a distinguished contributor joined two record-setting teams in being inducted. Born in 1987, UNLV’s Athletic Hall of Fame will now grow to 96 members strong. Under the hall’s bylaws, former studentathletes must have completed their eligibility at least 10 years earlier to be selected. Coaches and administrators must have stopped working at the University five years previous. All classes now enter on a biennial basis. TIM BLENKIRON (1994-97) was one of the best doubles players in school history and paired up with Luke Smith to win the 1997 NCAA Doubles Championship, becoming one of six individual national champions at UNLV. The 1997 All-American was a member of three Big West Conference champion squads. JOE KRISTOSIK (1995-98) was UNLV football’s first consensus first team All-American after being a four-year starter as a punter for the Rebels. He turned in one of the best seasons at his position in college football history as a senior in 1998 while leading the nation with an average of 46.2, which was the second-highest in NCAA history for a punter with at least 75 attempts. KIM RONDINA (1994-97) was the greatest slugger in UNLV softball history and its only two-time conference MVP. She was named first team All-America in 1995 and third team in 1996 and ‘97. Helping the Rebels to three NCAA tournament appearances, including one trip the Women’s College World Series, Rondina still holds 13 single-season and career batting records. LUKE SMITH (1994-97) stands as the only multiple NCAA champion in UNLV athletics history after winning the 1997 national title in singles and doubles. A three-time All-American, he also was a 1996 NCAA Doubles Semifinalist. Smith was a member of the 1997 Davis Cup Team for his native Australia and twice reached the fourth round of the Australian Open in doubles. CLASSIFICATION Athlete/Basketball Distinguished Contributor Staff Athlete/Basketball Administration Athlete/Basketball Administration/Coach Distinguished Contributor Distinguished Contributor Athlete/Tennis Distinguished Contributor Distinguished Contributor Athlete/Basketball Athlete/Golf Athlete/Football Distinguished Contributor Distinguished Contributor Athlete/Soccer Athlete/Football Coach/Baseball Administration/Coach Athlete/Swimming Athlete/Basketball Athlete/Baseball Athlete/Basketball Athlete/Basketball Athlete/Basketball Athlete/Softball Athlete/Football Athlete/Football Distinguished Contributor Distinguished Contributor Athlete/Track & Field

CLASS 2002 1994 1987 2002 1994 2004 1987 1988 1998 2008 2000 2008 1994 2006 1989 1994 1989 1994 1997 2004 1987 2000 1987 1989 1998 1987 1994 2002 1988 1987 2002 1997 2000

HONOREE Joe Ingersoll Bill Ireland Larry Johnson Pauline Jordan Sam King Tony Knap Joe Kristosik Todd Liebenstein Don Lyons Alice Mason Keenan McCardell Al McDaniels Elburt Miller Aaron Mitchell Ken Mitchell Bill “Wildcat” Morris Michael Morton Cyndi Parus Dave Pearl Dr. Wayne Pearson Roger Pettersson Bart Pippenger Art Plunkett Herb Pryor Marilyn Redd* Chris Riley Jackie Robinson Kim Rondina Brad Rothermel Tommy Rowland Robbie Ryerson Warren Schutte

MARIANNE VALLIN (1994-97) becomes the first UNLV women’s tennis player to enter the hall of fame. A three-time conference MVP, she was All-American in singles three times after being named the ITA National Freshman of the Year. The winningest singles player in program history, she brought home the 1997 Gladys Heldman Award, which goes to the nation’s top women’s tennis student-athlete. The 1998 UNLV MEN’S GOLF TEAM is one of only two Rebel squads to earn a national championship as head coach Dwaine Knight’s team won the 1998 NCAA team title in Albuquerque, N.M. The Rebels shot a final-round one-over par 289 to finish at 34-under-par 1,118, which set the NCAA record for lowest total in history. The 1995 UNLV WOMEN’S SOFTBALL TEAM set or tied 30 different school team records and 17 single-season marks en route to tying the record for wins with a 49-14 record. Coached by Shan McDonald, it was the first UNLV softball squad to win an outright conference title and finished third at the Women’s College World Series. HEAD COACH AL MCDANIELS (1975-92) guided the women’s track and field program to five conference championships and produced more than 60 individual champions and 40 All-Americans. The four-time conference coach of the year produced two NCAA Champions and six league MVPs. DISTINGUISHED CONTRIBUTOR DR. JAMES CALLAWAY D.D.S. is a nationally respected dentist who has been part of the Rebel family for three decades, serving as the team dentist since 1977.

CLASSIFICATION Athlete/Football Administration/Coach Athlete/Basketball Athlete/Basketball Athlete/Football Coach/Football Athlete/Football Athlete/Football Athlete/Basketball Track& Field Administration/Coach Athlete/Football Coach/Track & Field Athlete/Basketball Athlete/Football Athlete/Football Distinguished Contributor Athlete/Football Athlete/Softball Administration Administration Athlete/Tennis Athlete/Swimming Athlete/Football Athlete/Baseball Distinguished Contributor Athlete/Golf Athlete/Basketball Athlete/Softball Administration Athlete/Football Athlete/Soccer Athlete/Golf

1998 Men’s Golf CLASS 1987 1987 2002 2000 1994 1989 2008 1994 1987 1987 2004 2008 1987 1989 1989 1987 1994 2006 1994 1994 2006 2000 1994 1988 1997 2006 1994 2008 1998 1994 1998 2004

HONOREE Luke Smith Robert Smith Ricky Sobers Raymond Strong Jerry Tarkanian Sheila Tarr Reggie Theus Mike Thomas Misty Thomas Lisa Thompson R.E. “Doc” Tobler Marianne Vallin Scott Warner Tom Wiesner Matt Williams Trevaia Williams Mel Wolzinger Elbert “Ickey” Woods

Vallin

McDaniels

Dr. Callaway

1995 Softball CLASSIFICATION Athlete/Tennis Athlete/Basketball Athlete/Basketball Athlete/Football Administration/Coach Athlete/Track & Field Athlete/Basketball Athlete/Football Athlete/Basketball Athlete/Track & Field Team Doctor/Trainer Athlete/Tennis Athlete/Men’s Tennis Distinguished Contributor Athlete/Baseball Athlete/Track & Field Distinguished Contributor Athlete/Football *posthumous

TEAMS 1958-59 Men’s Basketball Squad 1967-68 Men’s Basketball Squad 1968 Football Squad 1974 Football Squad 1976-77 Men’s Basketball Squad 1979 Football Squad 1980 Baseball Squad 1986-87 Men’s Basketball Squad 1989-90 Men’s Basketball Squad 1989-90 Women’s Basketball Squad 1990-91 Men’s Basketball Squad 1995 Softball Squad 1998 Men’s Golf Squad

CLASS 2008 1987 1987 1989 1998 1997 1989 1989 1997 2000 1989 2008 1998 1994 1997 2006 2006 1998 1989 1989 1987 1988 1987 1994 1994 1998 2000 2006 2002 2008 2008


2010 UNLV Softball Media Guide  

2010 UNLV Softball Media Guide

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