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Meet The Spartans...

1 • Monica Hall Sr • Ceres, Calif.

6 • Ashley McCurry

2 • Ana Mitchell Sr • Seneca, S.C.

7 • Janna Lewis

3 • Blake Mitchell

Fr • Post Falls, Idaho

9 • Haley Sheehan

Fr. • Asheville, N.C.

So • Huntersville, N.C.

So • Graniteville, S.C.

12 • Keri Sarratt

14 • Katelyn Molkenthin

15 • Katie Zauner

20 • Crislyn Chewning

21 • Amber Hamilton

Sr • Gaffney, S.C.

Sr • Willamina, Ore.

So • Valrico, Fla.

So • Roswell, Ga.

4 • Ericka Harris

5 • Becca Williams

Fr • Piedmont, S.C.

So • Simpsonville, S.C.

10 • Kim Brasil

11 • Jenna Torbert

Jr • Mississauga, Ontario

Jr • Denver, N.C.

Jr • Canby, Ore.

Fr • Concord, N.C.

17 • Alex Yohe

18 • Cheyanna Ohlrich

22 • Morgan Childers

24 • Lauren Quevedo

32 • Jen Lamonica

Jr • Kings Mountain, N.C.

Jr • Wellington, Fla.

Jr • North Bend, Ore.

Jr • Toronto, Ontario


2010 Upstate Softball Spartans

Table of Contents

Table of Contents and Information 1....................................... Table of Contents/Quick Facts 2.................................... Media Information/Campus Map 3...............................................Spartans On The Internet 4..............................................................Spartan Softball Coaching Staff 6........................................... Head Coach Chris Hawkins 8......................................... Assistant Coach Ciria Ochoa 9..........................................Assistant Coach Bryan Pack 2010 Team Information 11............................................................. Season Preview 14..........................................................Roster Breakdown 2010 Player Bios 15........................................................... Crislyn Chewning 16.....................................................................Monica Hall 17....................................................................Ana Mitchell 18..................................................................... Keri Sarratt 19....................................................................... Kim Brasil 20.............................................................Morgan Childers 22.................................................................Jen Lamonica 23...........................................................Cheyanna Ohlrich 24............................................................ Lauren Quevedo 25................................................................. Jenna Torbert 26...................................................................Katie Zauner 27..............................................................Amber Hamilton 28................................................................... Janna Lewis 29.........................................................Katelyn Molkenthin 30...............................................................Haley Sheehan 31...............................................................Becca Williams 32........................................Ericka Harris, Ashley McCurry 33..............................................Blake Meredith, Alex Yohe 34.............................................................2010 Opponents

Record Book & History 59...................................................................Hall of Fame 60......................................................... Spartan Accolades 61.............................. Team and Individual Game Records 62...................................................Career Hitting Records 63............................Career Pitching and Fielding Records 64...................................... Single-Season Hitting Records 65...................Single-Season Pitching & Fielding Records 66.................. Division I Career Hitting & Fielding Records 67................Division I Career Pitching and Team Records 68......Division I Single-Season Hitting & Fielding Records 69.................... Division I Single-Season Pitching Records 70...................................................... All-Time Participants 71............................................................. All-Time Results 75........................................... All-Time Opponent Records 76............................................All-Time Coaching Records

Quick Facts General Information Location................................................ Spartanburg, S.C. Founded.................................................................... 1967 Enrollment................................................................ 5,268 Nickname.............................................................Spartans Colors.................................... Green (567), White & Black Stadium/Capacity.................................Cyrill Stadium/500 Affiliation...................................................NCAA Division I Conference................................. Atlantic Sun Conference Chancellor.......................................Dr. John C. Stockwell Director of Athletics............................................. Mike Hall Senior Woman Administrator..................... Louise Ericson Athletic Department Phone....................... (864) 503-5141 Coaching Staff Head Coach................................................ Chris Hawkins Alma Mater...................USC Upstate (Spartanburg)/1989 Career Record....................................517-248-1/15 years Record at Upstate...............................517-248-1/15 years Assistant Coach.............................................. Ciria Ochoa Assistant Coach...............................................Bryan Pack 2010 Team Information Starters Returning............................................... 8 (w/DP) Starters Lost........................................................ 2 (w/DP) Letterwinners Returning................................................ 12 Letterwinners Lost........................................................... 8 2009 Team Information Overall Record..........................................................29-16 Conference Record.................................................... 11-9 Conference Finish.....................................................T-5th Postseason.................................................................. N/A Historical Information First Year of Softball.................................................. 1986 Overall All-Time Record.....................................772-374-1 NCAA Tournament Appearances............................5 (D-II) Media Relations Information Assistant AD/M.R. & Softball Contact.............. Bill English Office Phone............................................. (864) 503-5129 Cell Phone................................................ (864) 266-3603 Email Address...........................benglish@uscupstate.edu

About USC Upstate 77........................................................About USC Upstate 80.........................................................Academic Success 81..........................................................In The Community 82.............................................................Athletic Facilities 84...............................................Athletic Accomplishments 85.................................................... Athletics Hall of Fame 86......................................................... 2008-09 In Review 87.................................................. Athletics Administration 90..............................................................Sports Medicine 91...................................Athletics Association/Compliance 92.................................................Atlantic Sun Conference

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2010 Upstate Softball Spartans

Media Information 2010 Media Guide

The 2010 University of South Carolina Upstate softball media guide has been assembled to serve as the primary information source for writers, broadcasters, sports directors, sports editors, sports information directors and fans that follow the Spartans. The USC Upstate Media Relations Office is always interested in assisting members of the media in their coverage of Upstate athletics. Publicity and media information for softball is handled by Assistant Athletic Director for Media Relations Bill English. Weekly releases, statistics, photographs and other materials are available by contacting him by phone at (864) 503-5129 or by e-mail at benglish@uscupstate.edu.

Media Credentials

Upstate softball games are ticketed events and all working press and visitors must enter through the gate at the front of the stadium. Please direct all requests for press and photo credentials for USC Upstate home games to Bill English, Assistant AD for Media Relations, by calling (864) 503-5129. Calling at least 48 hours in advance is appreciated.

Directions to USC Upstate

From I-85 in either direction – Use Exit 72 on to U.S. 176 towards Spartanburg. Take the East Campus Boulevard exit. Go left at the end of the exit ramp onto East Campus Boulevard. The campus is on the left. From I-26 in either direction – exit on to I-85 northbound, and follow the above directions. Using I-85 instead of Business I-85 is the preferable route. From U.S. Hwy. 176/I-585 northbound – Take the East Campus Boulevard exit. Go right at the end of the exit ramp onto East Campus Boulevard. The campus is on the left. From U.S. Hwy. 176/I-585 southbound – Take the East Campus Boulevard exit. Go left at the end of the exit ramp onto East Campus Boulevard. The campus is on the left. From Business I-85 northbound – Use Exit 5-B, Milliken Road. Proceed along the frontage road parallel to Business I-85 to the Milliken Bridge over Business I-85, and turn left crossing over Business I-85. At the three-way STOP at the end of the bridge, continue straight onto North Campus Boulevard into campus From Business I-85 southbound – Use Exit 6, SC 9. Proceed along the frontage road for approximately 1/2 mile being careful not to re-enter Business 85. Turn right at the Milliken Bridge and follow North Campus Boulevard to the campus. Palmetto Trail

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All interviews taking place other than on the day of a game with head coach Chris Hawkins and/or players must be arranged through the USC Upstate Media Relations Office. In order to avoid any deadline conflicts, it is recommended that the request be made two days in advance. It should be noted that player telephone numbers will not be given out under any circumstances. Any media members wishing to interview head coach Chris Hawkins or selected players following Spartan home games should see Bill English in the press box at the conclusion of the game. Head coach Chris Hawkins and selected players will be made available outside of the dugout area following a short cooling-off period.

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Weekly notes, rosters and final game statistics are provided at each home contest. Post-game interviews will begin approximately 10 minutes following the conclusion of the game. Upstate head coach Chris Hawkins and selected players will be on hand. The visiting coach and players are available upon request as well.

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Administration Building Library/Honors Program Office (Lib 252) Richard E. Tukey Theatre Horace C. Smith Science Building Curtis R. Harley Art Gallery Humanities & Performing Arts Center The P. Kathryn Hicks Visual Arts Center Campus Life Center College of Arts & Sciences Building Media Building WRET-TV G.B. Hodge Center/Arena Burroughs Child Development Center Science Trail University Police (Until Spring 2011)

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The Villas Intramural Field John M. Rampey Center University Services Building (Spring 2011) Postal/Shipping & Receiving Cyrill Softball Stadium Cleveland S. Harley Baseball Park County University Soccer Stadium Facilities Management Complex University Readiness Center Louis P. Howell Athletic Complex Health Education Complex/Wellness Center Mary Black School of Nursing School of Education Enrollment Management/Bookstore

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Spartans On The Internet

ASun.TV

The Atlantic Sun Conference and NeuLion have part-

nered to bring exciting Atlantic Sun Conference sports action to your computer. USC Upstate will broadcast over 60 home athletic events in 2009-10, including several home softball games. In addition, Spartan softball can be seen on the road in A-Sun play at several institutions. Be sure to check the ASun.TV Web site and click on the home team site for a broadcast schedule. Simply go to ASun.TV to purchase your season package at: www.ASun.TV

The USC Upstate Athletics Web site is a member of the CSTV Network of college Web sites and provides updated statistics, releases, features, player profiles and in depth information on Spartan softball and all of Upstate’s 17 athletic teams. Visit www.UPSTATESPARTANS.com for more information. In addition, the A-Sun Web site provides in depth information on all 11 conference schools. Visit www.atlanticsun.org for more information.

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Excellence

Morgan Childers:

2008 A-Sun Pitcher of the Year and Freshman of the Year

Whether it is in on the field or in the classroom, Upstate softball excels at a high level. Under the guidance of head coach Chris Hawkins, the Spartans have reached and sustained a level of success few programs can match but many desire to achieve.

Excellence Is Being A Spartan • 2008 A-Sun Regular Season co-Champions • Five A-Sun All-Conference Selections

Hawkins has won 517 games in 15 years as the head coach at Upstate, but it has been his success over the last five seasons, in particular, that has set him and the program apart from many others. Just in the last six seasons, Upstate has won 235 games and has combined for a 235-95 record. The Spartans earned four-straight appearances in the NCAA Tournament from 2004-07, the final four seasons playing on the NCAA Division II level. Upon moving to NCAA Division I play in 2008, Upstate did not skip a beat. The Spartans won 34 games overall, finished with a 16-6 mark in the A-Sun, and claimed the program’s first A-Sun regular season championship. Last year, Upstate won 11 conference games and finished the season 13 games over .500.

• One NFCA All-Region Selection • Four A-Sun All-Freshman Selections • Morgan Childers ^ 2009 Second Team All-Conference ^ 2008 A-Sun Pitcher of the Year ^ 2008 A-Sun Freshman of the Year ^ 2008 First Team All-Conference

Upstate softball players have been acknowledged for their outstanding play as well. In 2008, Morgan Childers was named the A-Sun Pitcher of the Year and Freshman of the Year, marking the first time in conference history that a player earned both honors in the same season. She was also an First Team All-ASun selection and was joined on the all-conference team by Heidi Gibbs and Lauren Quevedo (both second team selections). In addition, four players earned A-Sun All-Freshman honors. Childers was named an NFCA Second Team All-Region pick. Last year, Kim Brasil and Childers earned second team all-conference honors, giving Upstate five all-conference picks in two seasons in the league.

^ 2008 NFCA Second Team All-Region • 31 A-Sun All-Academic Team Selections • Excellence In GPA ^ 3.536 GPA in Fall 2009 ^ 3.547 GPA in Spring 2009 • Cyrill Stadium Named S.C. Softball Field of the Year by the Sports Turf Managers Association

The past two year’s individual success is just the latest in a string of postseason honors for Upstate players. In the Spartans’ final year of play in the Peach Belt Conference in NCAA Division II, five Spartans were named to the all-conference team, Vanesa Flores was named the co-Player of the Year in the league, four players earned NFCA All-Region honors, and three players were named NFCA All-Americans. In all, Hawkins has coached 29 all-conference selections and six AllAmericans.

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Program History • Three Upstate Athletics Hall of Fame Members • 772 Wins • .675 Winning Percentage • Five NCAA Division II Tournament Berths

While Upstate’s softball players have achieved much on the field, the Spartans do even better in the classroom. In the latest academic report from the fall semester, the softball program recorded the highest GPA in the athletic department with a 3.536. It marked the third straight semester that the softball program topped all of the sports teams at Upstate. The softball program has routinely finished as one of the top four teams in the GPA ranking. In 2008, the team turned in a 3.420 GPA during the spring semester, good for fourth in the department as the Spartans were playing their way to a share of the regular season A-Sun championship. The program placed 16 players on the A-Sun All-Academic team in 2008 and 15 last year.

• Six NFCA All-America Selections

Whether it is on the field or in the classroom, Hawkins has his Spartans ready to succeed.

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• 44 All-Conference Selections • Four Conference Player of the Year Selections • One Conference Pitcher of the Year Selection • 24 Conference All-Tournament Selections • Three Conference Tournament MVP Selections • Cyrill Stadium Earned NFCA/TURFACE Field

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Head Coach Chris Hawkins

Head Coach Chris Hawkins It is not often that a head coach transcends his program and makes his mark on the entire athletic department, but after 15 years as a head coach and over 20 as a member of the department, Chris Hawkins has done just that. From his two-year stint as a member of the baseball team, to serving as an assistant softball coach, to receiving his first head coaching position with the softball team in 1995, Hawkins has not only become an institution in the softball program, but throughout the department. Hawkins is in his 16th season as the head coach of the USC Upstate softball program and the third leading the Spartans into NCAA Division I competition. The 2010 season marks the first year the softball team will be full members of NCAA Division I with the opportunity for postseason play. A testament to the type of program he runs and the success his teams have garnered, the softball program was one of two teams chosen by the University to be fast-tracked into Division I. All four of the softball inductees into the Upstate Athletics Hall of Fame have played under the veteran coach. To say that Hawkins is synonymous with the softball program. He has taken the softball program to heights never before seen, including four-straight appearances in the NCAA Division II Tournament from 2004-07 and the 2008 regular season Atlantic Sun Conference championship in Upstate’s first season playing on the NCAA Division I level and in the A-Sun. In addition, he is one of the all-time greats to ever play baseball at the University and was inducted into the USC Upstate Athletics Hall of Fame in February of 2003. The winningest coach in the history of the softball program with 517 victories, Hawkins reached the 500-win milestone last season. He has compiled a 517-248-1 career record, all spent at USC Upstate. His 517 career victories are the most of any coach in the history of the Upstate Athletics Department. Hawkins led Upstate to a fifth-place finish in 2009, claiming a 29-16 mark on the year. His Spartans claimed 11 A-Sun victories, giving Upstate a 27-15 career mark in A-Sun play. Two Spartans earned All-ASun honors and Morgan Childers borke the career strikeout and single-season strikeout records at Upstate. Hawkins may arguably have had better seasons in the past, but the job he turned in in 2008 was simply tremendous.

The Chris Hawkins File Born August 26, 1965 Hometown Seneca, S.C. Family Married his wife, Anje, on Oct. 23, 1997. The couple has three sons; Kyle, Brooks and Ryan. Education USC Upstate B.S. Physical Education, 1989 Athletic History USC Upstate Member of the baseball team from 1986-87 USC Upstate Inducted into Athletics Hall of Fame in 2003 Atlanta Braves Drafted in 1985, did not sign Houston Astros Drafted in 1987, signed and played in 1987 & 88 Head Coaching History USC Upstate 1994-present Upstate Volleyball, 1994 Interim Coach Head Coaching Record 517-246-1 (.677) Head Coaching Highlights 2009 500th Career Win 2008 A-Sun co-Champions 2007 47 wins, Most in Program History 2004-07 Four-Straight NCAA Division II Tournament Appearances 2006 400th Career Win 2005 NCAA Division II Tournament, South Atlantic Title Game 2004 300th Career Win 2001 200th Career Win 1998 100th Career Win Assistant Coaching History USC Upstate 1989

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He coached the Spartans to a share of the regular season A-Sun championship, leading the team to a 16-6 conference mark to share the regular season crown with Lipscomb and Florida Gulf Coast. Under his guidance, Upstate won 11 of its final 12 conference games to vault into a share of the title. Along the way, Morgan Childers was named the A-Sun’s Pitcher and Freshman of the Year, marking the only time in conference history a player has earned the two awards in the same season. Three Spartans earned all-conference honors and four players were named to the league’s all-freshman team. Childers was also an NFCA Second Team All-Region selection. The 2008 Spartans finished with a 34-15 overall record and would have been the No. 1 seed in the A-Sun Tournament had Upstate been eligible to participate in the tournament. (Upstate softball is in its final year of reclassification as a “fast-track” sport in the NCAA and will be eligible for postseason conference and NCAA play in 2010). Hawkins guided Upstate to four-straight appearances in the NCAA Tournament from 2004-07, finishing the 2007 season with a school record 47 wins and a 47-15 record. The year marked the fifth time in the history of the program that the team finished with 40 wins. Hawkins has coached four of the 40-win teams.Three of his players earned AllAmerica honors, the first time in school history the program has produced multiple All-Americans in a single season. He also had five all-conference selections in the Peach Belt and the league’s co-Player of the Year. He led the Spartans to a 41-18-1 record in 2006. Hawkins coached what was arguably the best season in the history of the program in 2005 as Upstate set a thenschool record for wins, claiming a 46-15 record, breaking or tying 31 individual or team school records, and advancing to the NCAA Tournament. The Spartans advanced to the championship game of the South Atlantic Regional before falling to eventual national runner-up Kennesaw State. Under his guidance, Krista Altom earned First Team All-America honors, four players were named All-Region, four players were named to the Regional All-Tournament team, and two players earned All-Conference honors. In 2004, Hawkins guided the Spartans to a 38-16 (.704) record and an appearance in the NCAA Tournament, his first and the program’s first since the 1992 squad advanced to the NCAA Regionals. He led Upstate to the final game of day two c

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Head Coach Chris Hawkins and eliminated perennial power North Florida from the South Atlantic Regional while placing three players on the South Atlantic Region team and two on the Regional All-Tournament squad. In 2002, Hawkins USC Upstate to a 35-10 record, recording the best winning percentage (.778) in his stint at the helm of the program. The 2002 season improved upon a strong 34-12 year in 2001. In 1999, USC Upstate won a then-school record 41 games. Over the past eight seasons, the Spartans have had 15 players named to the Peach Belt All-Conference team, 13 players named to the All-South Region squad, and three All-Americans. Hawkins began his coaching career as an assistant at the University under Mark Cooke during the 1989 softball season. He has played fast pitch softball and has coordinated several fast pitch softball camps across South Carolina for the past 14 years. He played fast pitch softball during the summers for Ehrhardt Motor Company for 11 years. The team competes in tournaments across the Southeast. In the summers of 1995-1997, they won the state men’s fast pitch open division championship and finished eighth in the nation. Hawkins, who graduated from Upstate in 1989 with a bachelor’s degree in physical education, was a member of Upstate’s first varsity baseball team in 1986. He led the NJCAA in strikeouts with 144 in 75 1/3 innings while at Anderson (S.C.) College in 1985. His career collegiate pitching record at Western Carolina (N.C.) University, Anderson and USC Upstate was 30-9 with 11 saves. Hawkins was drafted by the Atlanta Braves in 1985 and again by the Houston Astros in 1987; he played in the Astros’ system in 1988. Hawkins has been active as a coach of summer travel ball. He coached for the Carolina Crush (Orange) 18U team and led the organization’s 16U team to the Walnut Creek Classic tournament championship in Raleigh, NC, in the summer of 2003. Prior to his work with the Crush, he was the head coach of the Palmetto Power 18U Fast Pitch Traveling Team, a position he held for five years. The Power finished 5th in the nation in 1998. Hawkins has spoken across the country to coaches and athletes about motivation and work ethic. As interim volleyball coach in 1994, Hawkins led Upstate to a 38-4 record and a second consecutive Peach Belt Conference title. A native of Seneca, S.C., Hawkins and his wife, Anje, live in Moore with their sons; Kyle, Brooks, and Ryan.

Hawkins Year-By-Year

Overall Conf. Year............ Record........... Record.......... BAvg............ ERA............ Note NCAA Division II - Peach Belt Conference 1995........... 29-17............... 9-4................. .276............... 3.08............. 3rd-Place finish in PBC 1996........... 30-21............... 9-5................. .300............... 2.68............. 3rd-Place finish in PBC 1997........... 27-18............... 6-6................. .311............... 2.30............. Two Peach Belt All-Conference selections 1998........... 23-24............... 6-14............... .279............... 3.01............. Only losing season 1999........... 41-14............... 10-10............. .343............... 2.52............. First 40-win season 2000........... 38-11............... 10-6............... .301............... 1.13............. Maricela Panuco national strikeout leader 2001........... 34-15............... 10-10............. .313............... 1.20............. Two Peach Belt All-Conference selections 2002........... 35-10............... 11-5................ .322............... 1.42............. Krista Altom named PBC Freshman of the Year 2003........... 25-24............... 7-11................ .321............... 3.17............. Two Peach Belt All-Conference selections 2004........... 38-16............... 11-9................ .304............... 1.81............. First NCAA Tournament berth 2005........... 46-15............... 10-10............. .335............... 2.16............. Southeast Regional Championship Game 2006........... 41-18-1........... 11-7................ .306............... 2.24............. Heidi Gibbs named PBC Freshman of the Year 2007........... 47-15............... 16-4............... .341............... 2.14............. School record for wins; Vanesa Flores named ............................................................................................................ PBC Player of the Year; Three All-Americans NCAA Division I - Atlantic Sun Conference 2008........... 34-15............... 16-6............... .292............... 2.29............. A-Sun co-Champions; Morgan Childers named ............................................................................................................ A-Sun Pitcher and Freshman of the Year 2009........... 29-16............... 11-9................ .265............... 2.32............. Earned his 500th career win Total........... 517-246-1....... 153-116 ................... (.677).............. (.569)

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All-Americans named in 2007

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Players inducted into the Upstate Athletics Hall of Fame

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14.......... Winning seasons in 15 years

16.......... Years as head coach at Upstate

27.......... Victories against A-Sun competition from 2008-09

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34.......... Wins in 2008 to set the school’s Division I wins mark

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Assistant Coaches Ciria Ochoa Fourth Year at Upstate

Ciria Ochoa is in her fourth year as assistant softball

coach at USC Upstate. Ochoa assists in all phases of the softball program with primary responsibilities as the pitching coach and coordinator of the strength and conditioning program. Under Ochoa’s guidance, Upstate pitching staff has excelled playing in its first two seasons on the NCAA Division I level. Morgan Childers was named the A-Sun Pitcher of the Year and Freshman of the Year after posting 27 wins and a 1.37 ERA in 2008. Upstate pitchers recorded a 2.29 ERA and allowed opponents to hit just .229 on the year. Last year, Childers earned her second straight all-conference selection, led the league in five statistical categories and broke her own single-season school record for strikeouts. The Upstate pitching corps owns a 2.30 ERA in its first two years in DI and the A-Sun. The 2007 Spartans staff ranked third in the Peach Belt Conference with a 2.14 earned run average, with two of the three pitchers recording an ERA of under 2.00. The staff tossed 14 shutouts and 35 complete games, while picking up four saves on the year. Ochoa’s pitchers earned Peach Belt Conference Pitcher of the Week honors on two occasions, as well as one hurler earning All-Peach Belt Conference honors. Ochoa came to USC Upstate after serving as assistant coach at Lander University in 2005-06. Primarily the pitching coach at Lander, she also assisted with the outfielders and hitters and helped implement the strength and conditioning program for the Bearcats. Prior to her time at Lander, Ochoa was the assistant coach at Yakima Valley Community College in Yakima, Wash., from 2004-05. She was the pitching coach and worked with the outfielders and hitters. In the spring of 2004, she served as the pitching coach at Selah High School in Selah, Wash. In addition to her coaching duties, she has been an instructor at summer youth softball camps since 2000. Ochoa was a four-year letterwinner on the softball team at Central Washington University in Ellensburg, Wash. After beginning her career as a starting pitcher, a series of injuries relegated her to relief appearances. She holds the school’s all-times saves and games finished records, is eighth in appearances, and 14th in wins. She owns the school’s singleseason record for saves with five in 2001 and ranks fourth on the single-season list with 25 appearances in 2001. In addition to her career on the field, she was a standout student, graduating with a 3.6 GPA and a bachelor’s degree in elementary education. She was a member of the school’s Dean’s List and earned Academic All-District honors. She earned a master’s degree in Education Curriculum Instruction Technology in 2007. A native of Othello, Wash., she was a standout pitcher and outfielder at Othello High School. A four-year letterwinner, she was an all-state, all-area, and all-league selection. She earned several team awards, including Most Valuable Player and the Coach’s Award as well as serving as team captain. She was a solid student as well, earning membership into the National Honor Society and being selected Who’s Who Among American High School Students. She is engaged to Upstate assistant baseball coach Russell Triplett with a July 31, 2010 wedding date.

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Assistant Coaches Bryan Pack Second Year at Upstate

Bryan Pack is in his second year as an assistant softball

coach at USC Upstate. He assists in all phases of the program, with an emphasis on working with the infielders. Pack came to Upstate after serving as an assistant coach at Spartanburg Methodist College under head coach Rick Pauly the last two years. He was part of the resurgence of the softball program at SMC, helping turnaround a team that was 3-30 in 2005 to a team that finished the 2008 season with a 27-3 record. The Pioneers won the Region X Championship for the first time in 13 years and earned a berth in the NJCAA National Tournament, finishing fifth in the nation. Pack got his start as a coach of fastpitch softball in 2004, assisting with travel ball teams before accepting the assistant position at SMC in 2006. He has maintained his involvement in summer travel ball, starting the Carolina Elite 18U Gold team in 2008, the first team in the state of South Carolina to compete on the Gold level. The team recorded a winning percentage of .750 this summer playing in tournaments throughout the country. Pack attended USC Upstate from 1998-01. While attending Upstate, he got his start in the coaching world as a youth basketball coach at First Baptist Church in Spartanburg, coaching third and fourth-grade boys from 1998-2000. After leaving Upstate, he was the coach of the Lady Magic 12U AAU girls basketball team from 2002-05. The team combined for a 51-4 record over three years, winning the state championship in 2005. In addition to his coaching experience, Pack also served as an umpire. From 1999-04, he traveled throughout the Southeast umpiring baseball on the college, high school and travel ball levels. At the height of his career, he umpired 338 games in 2004.

The Pack File Born Jan. 15, 1980 Hometown Boiling Springs, S.C. Family His parents live in Boiling Springs, S.C. Has a brother, John, and sister, Cindy Education USC Upstate • 1998-01 Assistant Coaching History Spartanburg Methodist College • 2006-08 w

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2010 Upstate Spartans Information

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Season Preview In his 16th season as head coach of the USC Upstate softball program, Chris Hawkins embarks on yet another key season in the development of the program. 2010 marks the first season in which the softball program is fully eligible in NCAA Division I with the ability to play in the A-Sun Tournament and the opportunity to advance into NCAA Tournament play. Although the entire athletics program at Upstate will not be fully eligible in Division I until the 2011-12 academic year, the softball program was picked to be fast-tracked into Division I membership and is in its first season of full membership in 2010. Hawkins and the Spartans enter the season with a calm confidence. The team establishes several goals for the season, but the one that may be at the top of the list is a spot in the A-Sun Tournament in May. The six-team tournament will be played in DeLand, Fla., and hosted by Stetson. With Upstate, Kennesaw State and North Florida all becoming fully Division I eligible this season, the battle to secure one of the six spots for the tournament is not only going to be tough, it is going to be a fight throughout the season. Hawkins, though, has reason to be encouraged as the Spartans enter the season. One, he has a veteran ball club. Counting the designated player, Upstate returns eight starters from last year’s team. Only Lipscomb, which is favored to win the regular season and tournament championships this season, returns more starters than the Spartans in the A-Sun. Two, Upstate returns Morgan Childers to the circle. Childers is one of the top pitcher’s in the A-Sun and has already established herself as the top pitcher in the history of the Upstate program. Although just a junior, Childers is Upstate’s all-time strikeouts leader and ranks in the top 5 in several other categories. She is a two-time all-conference selection and was the A-Sun Pitcher of the Year and Freshman of the Year in 2008. She is simply a dominant player. She led the A-Sun in wins, strikeouts, opponent batting average, appearances and starts a year ago. Three, Upstate has enjoyed tremendous success since joining the A-Sun in 2008. The Spartans won a share of the 2008 regular season championship and tied for fifth place last season with a final NCAA RPI of 88. Had Upstate been eligible to play in the conference tournament, it would have earned the No. 4 seed. w

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While Upstate has a lot going for itself heading into the season, there are two glaring weaknesses from 2009’s 29-16 (11-9 in A-Sun) team that needs to be addressed in 2010: depth at pitching and being more consistent offensively. Despite having the talent, endurance and will to pitch whenever needed, Childers was forced into extra work last year. She pitched in 37 of Upstate’s 45 games, starting 30 times and coming in relief on seven occasions. For Upstate to have more success and Childers to be able to be as dominant as she was during her freshman year, the Spartans will have to find more depth in the circle. Sophomore pitcher Amber Hamilton has shown tremendous progress and is expected to be a key contributor. Hawkins also brought in a pair of freshman hurlers in lefty Blake Meredith and righty Alex Yohe. Both have movement on their pitches and are headstrong pitchers. Finding a solid No. 2 pitcher among the three players should not be a problem for Hawkins this season. When Upstate claimed a share of the 2008 A-Sun regular season championship, it did so with a pretty consistent offensive team. The Spartans hit .291 for the year and seemed to get clutch hit after clutch hit when needed. Last year, the Spartans hit .265. Nearly every offensive statistic declined from the numbers put up in 2008. For Upstate to battle at the top of the A-Sun standings, the Spartans will have to pose more of a threat at the plate. Taking Heidi Gibbs’ .329 average out of the lineup won’t help things. Gibbs graduated last May and left as a three-time all-conference selection and one of the top players to ever play in the program. Replacing her production and leadership will be tough, but for Upstate to succeed, it has to find a way. Hawkins has always preached defense on his teams and it is no different in 2010. The Spartans were one of the top defensive clubs in the A-Sun last year with a .970 fielding percentage. With a veteran group and talented newcomers on the roster, Hawkins feels comfortable in saying the defense should again be solid this spring. While Upstate could lean heavily on the talents of Childers, Hawkins will field a team behind her that is more than capable of putting the game on its shoulders, and much of the load will be on the nucleus of returning players on the squad. Seniors w .

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Crislyn Chewning, Monica Hall, Ana Mitchell and Keri Sarratt are experienced players. The group should provide tremendous leadership. Chewning is the second-leading hitter to return to the team in 2010, hitting .308 last season. Sarratt took over the reigns as the everyday starter at third last season. She turned in a solid season, leading the team in hitting the first part of the year. In addition to the senior class, juniors Kim Brasil and Lauren Quevedo return as starters from a year ago. Brasil was an all-conference selection last season and brings versatility to her game. The everyday starter behind the plate last year, she may very well split time between catcher and left field this season. Although she struggled at the plate during stretches last year, Quevedo still ranked fourth on the Spartans in hitting with a .270 batting average after a stellar freshman campaign that earned her a spot on the A-Sun’s All-Conference and All-Freshman team in 2008. She contains tremendous pop in her bat and looks to improve on last year’s offensive numbers. Sophomore Janna Lewis proved she could be a mainstay in the lineup as the starter at second base. She moves extremely well laterally and was the Spartans’ leading hitter in A-Sun play with a .324 batting average. Fellow sophomore Amber Hamilton has improved her consistency in the circle from a year ago and will look to be a bigger factor in the pitching corps this season. Hawkins brought in seven newcomers to the team this season to bolster the lineup. Junior college transfers Cheyanna Ohlrich and Katie Zauner look to be potential starters. Ohlrich is in a battle for the starting spot at shortstop and could form a potent middle infield with Lewis. Zauner is a candidate to start in the outfield. In addition, freshman Ericka Harris has made a quick transition to the college game and may start at catcher, affording Hawkins the ability to move Brasil to the outfield. Blake Meredith should see significant time in the circle. Upstate will again face strong competition in 2010. The Spartans will begin the season with back-to-back tournament appearances, playing in the Palmetto State Showdown at South Carolina and playing host to the Spartan Classic at Cyrill Stadium. The Palmetto State Showdown will see c

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Upstate face Charleston Southern, Coastal Carolina, College of Charleston and Winthrop in a battle of teams from South Carolina, and will face out of region competition against Eastern Kentucky, Liberty and Maryland-Baltimore County in the Spartan Classic. The Spartans will also play in Winthrop’s Tournament in March. A home-and-home series with South Carolina is also on the schedule as the Gamecocks will travel to Spartanburg on April 14 to play the Spartans in Cyrill Stadium. While the non-conference schedule is loaded with solid regional on non-region games, the key to the season, obviously, is the A-Sun slate. The Spartans play host to league foes Florida Gulf Coast, Stetson, Kennesaw State, Mercer and ETSU, while hitting the road to play at Belmont, Lipscomb, North Florida, Jacksonville and Campbell. Upstate will play three of its final four A-Sun doubleheaders at home.

her out of the circle was inconsistency in the movement of her pitches. She finished the season with four wins on the season and has looked really solid fall and preseason. Meredith (Fr., Post Falls, Idaho) had a standout prep career in Idaho and was recruited by Division I institutions in the Pacific Northwest. She made a name for herself in travel ball, especially after making the move to play for the Lil’ Rebels out of Las Vegas. She is the first left-handed pitcher to throw for Upstate and possesses tremendous movement on her pitches. Yohe (Fr., Concord, N.C.) had a standout prep career just outside of Charlotte, N.C. She is a combination player who can also play first base. She has movement on her pitches and locates her spots with great accuracy.

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Hawkins has quality depth at the catcher position with four players vying for time behind the plate. Kim Brasil and Ericka Harris are the leading candidates to fill the role as the starter at catcher, but Jenna Torbert and Becca Williams also have the talent to play the position. Brasil (Jr., Mississauga, Ontario) was the everyday starter last season for Upstate. She led the team in hitting with a .342 batting average and also possesses speed. She hit leadoff for the majority of the season. She has quickness behind the plate and a strong arm. She is also versatile. If she doesn’t start behind the plate, it is because she will own a starting spot in the outfield. Harris (Fr., Piedmont, S.C.) was one of the top prep players in South Carolina after her junior season at Wren High School. However, she missed her entire senior season after tearing the ACL in her left knee playing basketball for her high school squad. She has returned at full strength and has developed into a solid college catcher. She has a good bat and may very well enable Hawkins to move Brasil to the outfield to bolster the lineup, both offensively and defensively. Torbert (Jr., Denver, N.C.) is an experienced player who has improved each year she has been in the program. She is more than capable of holding down the position, illustrated by the Spartans’ 8-2 record while Brasil missed 10 games last

Upstate has the luxury of having one of the A-Sun’s top pitchers in the rotation with junior hurler Morgan Childers returning to the team. Though she had to shoulder the majority of the load last year, the development of sophomore Amber Hamilton and the infusion of talent and energy from freshmen Blake Meredith and Alex Yohe should mean Childers won’t have all of the pressure placed on her this season. Between Hamilton, Meredith and Yohe, the Spartans will have tremendous depth in the circle, and despite who gets the ball as the No. 2 pitcher, all will see significant time on the field this season. Childers (Jr., Kings Mountain, N.C.) turned in another strong season for Upstate in 2009. She led the A-Sun with 29 wins, 277 strikeouts, a .186 opponent batting average, 37 appearances and 30 starts en route to earning her second straight all-conference selection. She already holds all three of Upstate’s strikeout records, topping the career mark midway through the season last year. Her 277 strikeouts topped her own single-season mark from her freshman season. She will again be the ace of the staff in 2010. Hamilton (So., Roswell, Ga.) showed signs last season that she could be a strong pitcher. The only thing that kept

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season with an injured knee. She has pop on her bat. Even if she doesn’t see time behind the plate, she could very well move into the lineup as the designated player. Williams (So., Simpsonville, S.C.) spent the better part of her freshman season as the bullpen catcher, one of the more valuable roles on the team. She is solid defensively and has worked to improve her performance at the plate. Infield The infield will again have quality depth, while three of the four starting spots look to be locked up entering the season. Lauren Quevedo returns as the starter at first, while Janna Lewis and Keri Sarratt look to return to their starting spots at second and third. The shortstop position will be a battle between junior college transfer Cheyanna Ohlrich and senior Ana Mitchell. Quevedo (Jr., Wellington, Fla.) was the fourth-leading hitter on the Spartans a year ago. Despite inconsistency at the plate last year, she has worked to regain the form from 2008 when she hit .316 with seven home runs and 30 RBI. Alex Yohe should see action as Quevedo’s backup at first. Lewis (So., Huntersville, N.C.) locked down the starting spot at second early last season and eventually went on to lead the Spartans in hitting during A-Sun games with a .324 batting average. She is a strong defensive player with tremendous range, is nearly flawless laying down sacrifice bunts, and has worked hard on becoming a better all-around hitter. Junior college transfer Haley Sheehan (So., Graniteville, S.C.) should be a valuable backup to Lewis. She helped lead Spartanburg Methodist to an appearance in the Junior College National Tournament last season and has a solid bat. She has worked to improve defensively within Hawkins’ system and has improved through the fall and preseason workouts. Monica Hall, who was a backup middle infielder a year ago, could see action at the position, but will most likely play in the outfield. Sarratt (Sr., Gaffney, S.C.) looks to have a stranglehold on the starting spot at third base. She is a strong defensive

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player who is fearless at the hot corner. She grabbed the starting spot at third early last year and led the Spartans in hitting for the first half of the season. That came a year after not seeing hardly any playing time while recovering from major surgery to repair a severely damaged knee suffered during her freshman campaign. Ericka Harris and Jenna Torbert will backup Sarratt at third base. Both have spent time at third while splitting time behind the plate and will be ready if called upon at third. The only battle that is brewing for a starting spot in the infield is at shortstop where returning starter Mitchell and junior college transfer Ohlrich are locked in a battle for the position. Mitchell (Sr., Seneca, S.C.) has had to battle for the starting spot since her freshman season but has found a way, typically through her strong defensive play, to stay in the lineup. She knows Hawkins’ defensive system well and has worked to gain consistency at the plate. Ohlrich (Jr., Weed, Calif.) was an All-America selection last year playing for the College of Siskyous. Siskyous was ranked No. 1 throughout the year in the California JUCO rankings. She is a tremendous athlete with solid skills offensively and defensively. Her talent alone will force Hawkins to find her a spot in the lineup. Outfield Replacing the likes of four-year starter Heidi Gibbs will be a daunting task. Hakwins had the benefit of Gibbs’ defense in right field for the last four years. But, the Spartans do return Crislyn Chewning to center field and look to have solid options on the corners. Chewning (Sr., Willamina, Ore.), had a solid first year at Upstate last season after transferring to Upstate from the College of Siskyous. She ranked third on the team in hitting with a .308 batting average and led the squad with 30 RBI. She is simply a strong defensive player who is expected to lead the unit. Hawkins will use a combination of three players to fill out the final two spots in the outfield. Kim Brasil, Katie Zauner and Monica Hall are the leading candidates to battle for the w

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final two starting spots. Brasil is no stranger to the outfield. She split time at ctacher and left field as a freshman and may return to those duties this spring. She can cover a lot of ground and possesses a strong arm. If either Zauner or Hall fail to effectively lock up a starting spot, Brasil may very well move to left field from behind the plate. Zauner (Jr., Canby, Ore.) is a junior college transfer from the College of Siskyous. She possesses solid skill both offensively and defensively. She was an all-state selection last year while leading Siskyous to a No. 1 ranking in the California JUCO ranks throughout 2009. She can play all three outfield positions, giving Hawkins the ability to move players around for the best lineup. Hall (Sr., Ceres, Calif.) has the ability to play both second base and outfield. She has range and is an athletic player, something fitting for the right field position. When she didn’t start at either of the middle infield positions a year ago, she found herself in the designated player spot. Ashley McCurry and Katelyn Molkenthin will provide depth in the outfield while battling for playing time. McCurry (Fr., Asheville, N.C.) had a standout prep career at Enka High School. She has developed into a solid slap hitter and has the speed to cover ground in the outfield. If she continues to develop at the rate she is going, she may very well be a candidate for a starting spot at right field. Molkenthin (So., Valrico, Fla.) is an athletic player who has improved both at the plate and in the field since her freshman campaign. She has worked in both center and left. When not playing in the field, she is a valuable asset as a pinch runner in Hawkins’ run-oriented offense.

A-Sun Preseason Poll & Awards Preseason Coaches Poll Rank........... Team......................................................Pts. 1........... Lipscomb (5)...........................................111 2........... Campbell (6).......................................... 106 3........... Mercer...................................................... 91 4........... Florida Gulf Coast.................................... 85 5........... Upstate.................................................... 77 6........... Kennesaw State....................................... 67 7........... North Florida............................................ 53 8........... ETSU....................................................... 45 9........... Stetson..................................................... 44 10........... Jacksonville............................................. 32 11........... Belmont.................................................... 15 Tournament Champion: Lipscomb Preseason All-Conference Team Pos............ Player.............................................. School P........... Brittany Stanley............................. Campbell P........... Jenni Holtz........................................ Mercer C........... Kim Brasil.........................................Upstate IF........... Kellie Sirus....................................Lipscomb IF........... Anny Keese..................................Lipscomb IF........... Robin Leathers............................. Campbell IF........... Katy Jett..............................................ETSU OF........... Courtney Platt................. Florida Gulf Coast OF........... Holly Oglesbee................................. Mercer OF........... Lauran Ziegler................. Florida Gulf Coast DP........... Katie Kelly.................................Jacksonville Preseason Pitcher of the Year Bittany Stanley.................................................. Campbell Preseason Player of the Year Kellie Sirus........................................................Lipscomb

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2010 Roster Breakdown Numerical

No. Name 1 Monica Hall 2 Ana Mitchell 3 Blake Meredith 4 Ericka Harris 5 Becca Williams 6 Ashley McCurry 7 Janna Lewis 9 Haley Sheehan 10 Kim Brasil 11 Jenna Torbert 12 Keri Sarratt 14 Katelyn Molkenthin 15 Katie Zauner 17 Alexis Yohe 18 Cheyanna Ohlrich 20 Crislyn Chewning 21 Amber Hamilton 22 Morgan Childers 24 Lauren Quevedo 32 Jen Lamonica Alphabetical No. Name 10 Kim Brasil 20 Crislyn Chewning 22 Morgan Childers 1 Monica Hall 21 Amber Hamilton 4 Ericka Harris 32 Jen Lamonica 7 Janna Lewis 6 Ashley McCurry 3 Blake Meredith 2 Ana Mitchell 14 Katelyn Molkenthin 18 Cheyanna Ohlrich 24 Lauren Quevedo 12 Keri Sarratt 9 Haley Sheehan 11 Jenna Torbert 5 Becca Williams 17 Alex Yohe 15 Katie Zauner

Pos 2B/OF SS LHP 3B/C C OF 2B 2B C/OF C 3B OF OF RHP/1B SS/2B OF RHP RHP 1B UTL

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

Ht 5-7 5-7 5-9 5-5 5-5 5-6 5-6 5-4 5-5 5-3 5-5 5-7 5-7 5-9 5-7 5-8 5-7 5-5 5-11 5-6

Cl Sr. Sr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. So. So. Jr. Jr. Sr. So. Jr. Fr. Jr. Sr. So. Jr. Jr. Jr.

Hometown/Previous School Ceres, Calif./Merced CC Seneca, S.C./Seneca HS Post Fall, Idaho/Post Falls HS Piedmont, S.C./Wren HS Simpsonville, S.C./Hillcrest HS Asheville, N.C./Enka HS Huntersville, N.C./Hopewell HS Graniteville, S.C./Spartanburg Methodist Mississauga, Ontario/Mt. Carmel Secondary Denver, N.C./North Lincoln HS Gaffney, S.C./Gaffney HS Valrico, Fla./Bloomingdale HS Canby, Ore./College of Siskiyous Concord, N.C./Northwest Cabarrus HS North Bend, Ore./College of Siskiyous Willamina, Ore./College of Siskiyous Roswell, Ga./Blessed Trinity HS Kings Mountain, N.C./Kings Mountain HS Wellington, Fla./Wellington HS Toronto, Ontario/Spartanburg Methodist

Pos C/OF OF RHP 2B/OF RHP 3B/C UTL 2B OF LHP SS OF SS/2B 1B 3B 2B C C RHP/1B OF

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

Ht 5-5 5-8 5-5 5-7 5-7 5-5 5-6 5-6 5-6 5-9 5-7 5-7 5-7 5-11 5-5 5-4 5-3 5-5 5-9 5-7

Cl Jr. Sr. Jr. Sr. So. Fr. Jr. So. Fr. Fr. Sr. So. Jr. Jr. Sr. So. Jr. So. Fr. Jr.

Hometown/Previous School Mississauga, Ontario/Mt. Carmel Secondary Willamina, Ore./College of Siskiyous Kings Mountain, N.C./Kings Mountain HS Ceres, Calif./Merced CC Roswell, Ga./Blessed Trinity HS Piedmont, S.C./Wren HS Toronto, Ontario/Spartanburg Methodist Huntersville, N.C./Hopewell HS Asheville, N.C./Enka HS Post Fall, Idaho/Post Falls HS Seneca, S.C./Seneca HS Valrico, Fla./Bloomingdale HS North Bend, Ore./College of Siskiyous Wellington, Fla./Wellington HS Gaffney, S.C./Gaffney HS Graniteville, S.C./Spartanburg Methodist Denver, N.C./North Lincoln HS Simpsonville, S.C./Hillcrest HS Concord, N.C./Northwest Cabarrus HS Canby, Ore./College of Siskiyous

By Position Pitchers (4) Morgan Childers Amber Hamilton Blake Meredith Alex Yohe Catchers (4) Kim Brasil Ericka Harris Jenna Torbert Becca Williams First Base (2) Lauren Quevedo Alex Yohe Second Base (2) Janna Lewis Haley Sheehan Third Base (3) Ericka Harris Keri Sarratt Jenna Torbert Shortstop (2) Ana Mitchell Cheyanna Ohlrich Outfield (6) Kim Brasil Crislyn Chewning Monica Hall Ashley McCurry Katelyn Molkenthin Katie Zauner

By Class Seniors (4) Crislyn Chewning Monica Hall Ana Mitchell Keri Sarratt Juniors (6) Kim Brasil Morgan Childers Jen Lamonica Cheyanna Ohlrich Lauren Quevedo Jenna Torbert Katie Zauner Sophomores (6) Amber Hamilton Janna Lewis Katelyn Molkenthin Haley Sheehan Becca Williams Freshmen (4) Ericka Harris Ashley McCurry Blake Meredith Alex Yohe

By State/Province

Pronunciation Kim Brasil (Brazil) Crislyn (chris-lynn) Chewning Ana (Anna) Mitchell Katelyn (kate-lynn) Molkenthin (mole-ken-thin) Lauren Quevedo (kwa-vay-doe) Cheyanna (shy-anna) Ohlrich (ole-rich) Keri Sarratt (sa-rat) Alexis Yohe (yoh-ee) Katie Zauner (zahn-er) Ciria (seed-ee-ah) Ochoa

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2010 Player Bios

20 • Crislyn Chewning OF • 5-8 • L/R • Senior Willamina, Ore. • Willamina HS/Siskiyous Major: Business Marketing named Siskiyous’ Athlete of the Year in 2008... had a solid season as a freshman in 2007... hit .364 with 39 RBIs, seven doubles and two home runs... named all-conference... ranked fifth in the state with 59 runs scored, fourth with nine triples and third with 30 walks... helped lead Siskiyous to a 48-4 record, the Golden Valley Conference championship and an appearance in the state tournament as the No. 2 ranked junior college team in Northern California.

2009: Solidified the center field position for Upstate after the graduation of former Spartan great Shay Slater in 2008... had a solid season for the Spartans offensively... one of three players to hit over .300 for the year... finished the season with a .308 batting average... topped the club with four home runs, three triples and 30 RBIs... ranked second in the A-Sun in triples... also ranked second in the league with a team-best three sacrifice flies... finished the year with eight stolen bases, the second-best figure on the team... tied for the team lead with 13 multi-hit games... led the Spartans with eight multi-RBI outings... tied for the team lead with two outfield assists... picked up outfield assists at Coastal Carolina (March 11) and Charlotte (March 24)... started all 45 games for Upstate... began the season strong with three hits, three runs and two RBIs in the sweep of Montreat (Feb. 8)... earned all-tournament honors in the Campus Suites Spartan Classic (Feb. 20-22) after finishing with three hits, six RBIs and two runs in three games to lead Upstate to the championship... had three hits, three runs and two RBIs in the sweep of Gardner-Webb (Feb. 25)... had a pair of hits at Ole Miss (Feb. 27)... had two hits and two RBIs in the 7-4 win over Furman (March 18)... collected four hits in the doubleheader split at Charlotte (March 24)... was 2-for-4 with two RBIs in the game two, 7-2, win over the 49ers... had five hits with five RBIs and two runs in the sweep at Western Carolina (April 1)... hit for the “doubleheader cycle” in the two games, finishing with a double and triple in the first game and a single and home run in the second... had two hits and two RBIs in the 6-2 win over Belmont to help the Spartans to the sweep (April 11)... was 3-for-4 with two RBIs, two runs and a first-inning home run in the 8-2 win at Appalachian State (April 21)... had a pair of hits in the second game... a member of the A-Sun All-Academic team.

The Chewning File...

Born............................................................ Jan. 17, 1988 Birthplace................................................ McMinville, Ore. Parents....................................... Brad & Tonia Chewning Sister/Brother............................. Caitlyn & Caralyn/Kellen Hobbies................................................... Wake Boarding .................................................................Snow Boarding ........................................................................ Swimming ..........................................................................Shopping ...............................................................................Sports Favorites Food................................................................. Pancakes Movie..................................................................Australia TV Show........................... What Not To Wear/True Blood Actor.................................................................Will Smith Singer.......................................................................Akon Season............................................................Winter/Fall Favorite Sports Figure.............................. Ken Griffey, Jr. Person Admires Most................................ Mom and Dad Dream Job................................................. Event Planner

High School: A standout player on the Willamina High School team for four years... an all-state and all-conference selection as a senior... led the team to the second round of the state playoffs... hit .563 with an .862 slugging percentage and a .563 on-base percentage as a senior... collected 49 hits with nine doubles, four triples and three home runs... drove in 20 runs... stole 35 bases... highly decorated at her school... earned Willamina Athlete of the Year and Female Student of the Year honors her senior year... in addition to softball, she was a four-year letterwinner in basketball and volleyball.

Siskiyous: Spent the first two years of her collegiate career as an outfielder for the College of Siskiyous in Northern California.... Siskiyous was the top ranked junior college program in California and advanced to the semifinals of the winner’s bracket in the state finals in May.... led the Eagles to a 49-3 record and the Golden Valley Conference championship... had a tremendous season in 2008... earned North California Player of the Year honors... finished the regular season with a .452 batting average... tallied 14 doubles, six triples and four home runs... had 30 RBIs... ranked fourth in the state with 75 hits and 60 runs... earned NFCA Junior College All-America honors... named all-state, all-conference and the MVP of the Golden Valley Conference... also

Chewning’s Career Statistics

Year 2009 TOTAL

Avg .308 .308

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GS 45 45

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2010 Player Bios

1 • Monica Hall 2B/SS • 5-7 • L/R • Senior Ceres, Calif. • Ceres HS/Merced College Major: Interdisciplinary Studies 2009: Split time as the starting shortstop last season... played in 35 games, 29 as a starter... turned in the thirdhighest home run total on the year with two... had a strong second game against Gardner-Webb... finished with three hits, four RBIs and two runs in the 17-0 thrashing of the Bulldogs (Feb. 25)... also collected a hit in the first game as the Spartans took the sweep... had two hits, including a home run, to go with three RBIs in the 10-4 loss at Ole Miss (Feb. 27)... had key RBIs in the wins over Furman (7-4, March 18) and Western Carolina (April 1).. a member of the A-Sun All-Academic team.

The Hall File...

Born............................................................ May 24, 1988 Birthplace..................................................Modesto, Calif. Parents.............................................Robert & Gloria Hall Brother...................................................................Garrett Hobbies........................................................Working Out ........................................................................ Swimming ............................................................................ Tanning ..........................................................................Shopping Did You Know?.................Cy Young is a distant ancestor ......................Had two uncles play professional baseball

Merced CC: A standout middle infielder at Merced Community College in her native California... hit .320 with 11 doubles and three triples on the season... a Central Valley Conference First Team All-League selection... collected 16 RBIs, 37 runs and 16 stolen bases... led the team to the second round of the Northern California Regionals.

Favorites Food....................................................................... Italian Movie..............................................Pursuit Of Happiness TV Show..............................................................Wipeout Singer........................................................Kelly Clarkson Season............................................................... Summer Favorite Sports Figure..................................Jennie Finch Person Admires Most.......................................My Family Dream Job.............................................................. Nurse

Modesto JC: Prior to playing at Merced in 2008, she played her first year of college ball at Modesto Junior College in the Big 8 Conference... led the team to a second-place finish... was a utility player, playing middle infield and pitching for Modesto... hit .348 with seven doubles, three triples, one home run, 26 RBIs, 27 runs and 16 stolen bases... won 16 games with 111 strikeouts in the circle... was eighth in the conference with a 2.13 ERA... a Big 8 First Team All-Conference selection. High School: An accomplished high school career at Ceres High School... a three-year starter on the varsity squad... a three-time all-conference and academic all-conference selection... named to the all-district team in 2006.

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2010 Upstate Softball Spartans

2010 Player Bios

2 • Ana Mitchell SS • 5-7 • R/R • Senior Seneca, S.C. • Seneca HS Major: Nursing gion selection... earned five all-area honors... a North-South All-Star... led Seneca to the 3A State Championship... a twotime Golden Corner Player of the Year selection... named the team’s Offensive Most Valuable Player four times... also a standout in the classroom... a member of the A/B and A Honor Roll... participated in the Palmetto Girls State program... a two-time all-region selection in volleyball... earned the Coaches Award in basketball... had a solid travel ball career... played for the Carolina Crush in 2004 and 2005... led the Carolina Mudcats to the 2003 NSA State Championship and the 2002 ASA State Championship.

2009: Split time as the starter at shortstop... saw action in 29 games, 26 as a starter... came on in the middle of the season... collected nine of her 12 hits in the year in a 13game span... had two multi-RBI games... had a hit and two RBIs to help the Spartans to a 7-0 win over Montreat (Feb. 8)... had a sacrifice fly in the 7-0 win over Presbyterian (Feb. 21)... had a pair of hits, two walks and two RBIs in the sweep at Stetson (March 28)... posted three hits with three RBIs in the sweep of Belmont (April 11)... had a hit and an RBI in the thrilling 3-2 loss at South Carolina (April 15)... the RBI-single put Upstate ahead 2-1 in the game... had a hit and RBI in the second game of the sweep of Jacksonville (April 17)... also had a hit and RBI in the 8-2 win at Appalachian State (April 21)... a member of the A-Sun All-Academic team.

The Mitchell File...

Born............................................................Aug. 11, 1988 Birthplace.....................................................Seneca, S.C. Parents.............................................Lewis & Pat Mitchell Sister/Brother..............................................Meredith/Nick Hobbies.............................................................Shopping .....................................................................Working Out ....................................................Laying Out At The Pool ............................................................................Reading ........................................................Keeping A Scapbook Favorites Food...................................................... Red Velvet Cake Movie.......................................... Green Street Hooligans TV Show............................ One Tree Hill/Greys Anatomy Season............................................................... Summer Hero Growing Up..................................................My Dad Person Admires Most.....................................My Parents Dream Job.............................................................. Nurse

2008: Played in 41 games… started 32 times… despite hitting .236 for the year, raised her level of play at the plate in A-Sun games to hit .264… smacked four doubles on the year… had two multi-hit and multi-RBI games on the year… posted a career-high six-game hitting streak during the season… was 2-for-2 with two RBIs and two runs in the 11-2 win over UNC Wilmington (Mar. 11)… had three hits in six at-bats with a run and an RBI in the sweep at Jacksonville (Apr. 4)… had a pair of hits and RBIs in the sweep at North Florida (Apr. 5)… a member of the A-Sun All-Academic team. 2007: Played in 52 games... started 45 times at shortstop and designated player... collected seven doubles and three home runs on the year... tallied 17 RBIs and 18 runs... was 9-of-9 in stolen base attempts... Had three game-winning hits... ranked second on the Spartans with 82 assists defensively... was 2-for-3 with three RBIs and two runs in the 14-0 victory over North Greenville (Feb. 14)... followed that performance with two hits, a RBI and a run in the 6-1 win over USC Aiken (Feb. 15)... had a pair of hits with a RBI and a run in the 11-3 victory over Bluefield State (Feb. 18)... connected for a key three-run home run in the 6-5 victory over Augusta State (Feb. 24)... was 2-for-2 with a run and RBI in the 6-4 win over Barton (March 11)... had three hits and two runs in the doubleheader sweep of Georgia Southwestern (Mar. 21)... hit a game-tying solo home run in the 2-1 win over Armstrong Atlantic State (Mar. 31). High School: A three-sport letterwinner at Seneca High School... lettered four times in volleyball and basketball... lettered six times in softball... a four-time all-state and all-re-

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2010 Upstate Softball Spartans

2010 Player Bios

12 • Keri Sarratt 3B • 5-5 • R/R • Senior Gaffney, S.C. • Gaffney HS Major: Early Childhood Education 2009: Was the biggest surprise on the team in 2009... returned to top form after fully recovering from knee surgery in 2007... played in and started all 45 games... was the starter at third... hit .259 for the year... ranked second on the Spartans with five sacrifice bunts... tied for the team lead with a seven-game hitting streak during the season... collected four multi-hit games on the year... had a hit with two RBIs and a run in the 17-0 win over Gardner-Webb (Feb. 25)... collected a pair of hits with a walk, run and RBI in the 52 victory over NCAA Tournament team Mississippi Valley State (Feb. 27)... had a pair of hits and RBIs in the sweep of UNC Wilmington (March 5)... added two hits and a run in the split at Coastal Carolina (March 11)... had three hits in the split with Campbell (March 20)... was 2-for-2 with a walk in the 7-2 win at Charlotte (March 24)... hit a solo home run to help the Spartans take a 9-2 win at Western Carolina (April 1)... had a hit and RBI in the 8-4 win over Jacksonville (April 17)... a member of the A-Sun All-Academic team.

The Sarratt File...

Born........................................................... June 10, 1988 Birthplace............................................. Spartanburg, S.C. Parents...................................... Charlie & Bobbie Sarratt Brother.......................................................................Kyle Hobbies.....................................................Playing Sports ............................................................ Watching Football ..........................................................................Shopping Favorites Food..............................................................Watermelon Movie......................................................... The Hangover Group................................................................Sugarland Season............................................................... Summer Hero Growing Up................................................ My Mom Person Admires Most...........................................My Dad

2008: Saw limited action due to recovery from knee surgery her freshman year… had only eight at-bats… drew one walk on the season… had six putouts and 11 assists at third on the year… a member of the A-Sun All-Academic team. 2007: Had a promising freshman season cut short midway through the year with a torn ACL... had stepped into the starting position at third early in the season... played in 22 games, starting 15 at third... struck out just five times in 45 at bats... walked six times... was 2-for-2 in the second game of the doubleheader with Georgia College & State (Mar. 6)... collected two hits and two runs in the 5-2 win over Fairmont State (Mar. 10)... was 2-for-5 with a RBI and a run in the thrilling 12-10 win over Francis Marion (Mar. 14)... tore her ACL in the first game of the doubleheader sweep of Georgia Southwestern (Mar. 21), ending her season. High School: Lettered five times in softball and twice in volleyball... finished her career with a .285 batting average... a two-time Best Defensive Player selection for Gaffney High School... earned the team’s Most Improved award... also earned the Coaches Award... earned all-tournament honors at the Gene Lee Tournament... served as team captain as a senior... also played summer travel ball with the Palmetto Gators... also a standout in the classroom... earned the Teaching Fellows Scholarship.

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2010 Upstate Softball Spartans

2010 Player Bios

10 • Kim Brasil C • 5-4 • L/R • Junior Mississauga, Ontario • Mt. Carmel Secondary Major: Physical Education Had a standout season as a freshman splitting time as a 2009: Turned in a strong season for the Spartans... an ASun Second Team All-Conference selection... missed 10 games early in the season after suffering a minor knee injury... played the remainder of the season with a knee brace... led the Spartans with a .342 batting average and 12 doubles... also stole a team-best nine bases out of 10 attempts... ranked 13th in the conference in batting average... finished tied for fifth in the A-Sun in doubles... hit .304 against A-Sun competition... tied for the top spot on the team with a seven-game hitting streak during the year... also tied for the team lead with 13 multi-hit games...finished tied for 11th in the nation with 0.34 doubles per game... played in 35 games, all as a starter... took over the everyday reigns as the Spartans’ catcher... solid behind the plate... finished the year with a .984 fielding percentage... began the year with a pair of hits and runs in the season-opening sweep of Montreat (Feb. 8)... injured her knee while sliding into first during the second game... forced her to miss the next 10 games... returned to the lineup at Coastal Carolina (March 11)... has a stellar return to the field with four hits, a run and an RBI in the split with the Chanticleers... collected three hits, two runs and two RBIs in the sweep of Furman (March 18)... had a pair of hits with a run in the 6-2 win over Campbell (March 20)... was 2-for-3 at Florida Gulf Coast (March 26)... collected four hits, two runs and an RBI in the sweep of Stetson (March 28)... smacked five hits with two runs in the sweep at Western Carolina (April 1)... was 2-for-3 with a double and a walk in the 2-1 victory over North Florida to complete the sweep (April 4)... had two hits with two stolen bases, two runs and two RBIs in the 10-2 victory over Belmont (April 11)... was 2-for-4 with a home run in the 3-2 loss at South Carolina... her homer tied the game at 1-1 in the third... had four hits, three RBIs and two runs in the sweep of Jacksonville (April 17)... collected three hits and two runs in the split at Appalachian State (April 21)... a member of the A-Sun All-Academic team.

The Brasil File...

Born............................................................Aug. 24, 1989 Birthplace........................................ Mississauga, Ontario Parents............................................Gilbert & Irene Brasil Brother......................................................................Scott Hobbies...............................................................Running .....................................................................Working Out ............................................................................Reading ................................................Hanging Out With Friends Favorites Food....................................................................Mexican Movie............................................ Remember The Titans TV Show............................ Here Comes The Newlyweds Group............................................................Brad Paisley Song......................................................She’s Everything Season............................................................... Summer Person Admires Most.................................... Shay Slater Hero Growing Up.................................................. Brother Dream Job......... Teacher/Cocah or Director of Marketing

multi-hit games… had a five-game hitting streak to end the season… ranked in a tie for 17th in the nation with 0.10 triples per game... was tied for 20th in the nation with five triples… played in and started all 49 games… began her collegiate career with three hits, four runs and two stolen bases in the sweep of Tusculum (Feb. 13)… had three hits and three runs in the split with Winthrop (Feb. 20)… posted three hits, four RBIs and three runs in the sweep of Charleston Southern (Feb. 27)… was 3-for-4 with two RBIs and a run in the 11-2 win at UNC Wilmington (March 11)… finished 2-for-3 with a run and RBI in the 6-0 win over Belmont (March 16)… had two hits with two RBIs and a run against ETSU (March 24)… smacked a two-run homer and finished with two hits and three RBIs in the 9-0 win over Jacksonville to help complete the sweep of the Dolphins (April 4)… was 2-for-3 with two RBIs and a run in the 6-2 win at North Florida, completing the sweep of the Ospreys (April 5)… had a pair of RBIs in the 7-6 win over Furman (April 8)… had a pair of hits and a run in the 7-3 victory over Florida Gulf Coast in the sweep of the Eagles (April 12)… had four hits with two runs against Presbyterian (April 24)… finished her freshman season with five hits, three runs and a pair of stolen bases in the sweep at Mercer (April 27)… had four hits alone in the nine-inning, 4-3, win over the Bears… played summer ball for the Markham Jaguars and helped lead the team to the Bronze Medal in the Canadian Midget National Championships… had 22 hits, 21 runs, 10 RBIs and five stolen bases throughout the summer as the Jaguars played in the Provincial Championships in Ontario and advanced to the national tournament… a member of the A-Sun All-Academic team. Club: Played catcher and outfield for the Markham Jaguars, a provincial team in Ontario, Canada... helped lead the Jaguars to three-straight Canadian Junior National Championships, including the 2007 Midget Girls 18U title... was 13-for-22 with 11 stolen bases in the national tournament... hit .407 overall with a .513 slugging percentage last year... had seven doubles, three triples and a home run... scored 39 runs and collected 24 RBIs... was 18-of-22 in stolen base attempts... helped lead the team to the 2006 Kitchener Fastpitch Jamboree title as well as a third-place finish at the 2006 Canada Cup... hit .348 with a .557 on-base percentage and stole 81 bases in the last year with the Jaguars... in addition to her softball success, she has been an award-winning track and field, cross country and volleyball athlete... a standout student in the classroom at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Secondary School, she graduated with a 3.8 GPA and was an Honor Roll student.

2008: Had a tremendous season for the Spartans as a freshman… earned A-Sun All-Freshman honors… posted a .314 batting average… hit .319 in A-Sun play… topped the team and ranked second in the conference with five triples… ranked second on the Spartans with 36 runs, eight doubles and 16 stolen bases… tied for the top spot on the team with three outfield assists… was third with 21 RBIs… tallied a .987 fielding percentage… committed just two errors in 149 chances… tied for the team lead with seven multi-RBI games… ranked second on the team with 15

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2010 Upstate Softball Spartans

2010 Player Bios

22 • Morgan Childers RHP • 5-5 • R/R • Junior Kings Mountain, N.C. • Kings Mountain HS Major: Secondary Education - English Born..............................................................Dec. 3, 1988 Birthplace........................................Kings Mountain, N.C. Parents........................................ Tony & Teresa Childers Sisters...................................................Jordan & Reagen Hobbies...............................................................Reading ..............................................................Watching Movies ....................................................... Making People Smile Favorites Food................................................................. Japanese Movie.....................................................Catch & Release TV Show......................................................One Tree Hill Actor......................................................... Robin Williams Music Group.....................................................The Script Season....................................................................... Fall Sports Figure............................................Michael Jordan Hero Growing Up..................................................My Dad Person Admires Most......................................... My Mom Dream Job................................... College Softball Coach In the Record Book... Career Strikeouts......................................... 1st......................535 Opponent Batting Average.............. 1st......................179 Saves...............................................2nd.........................6 Complete Games............................. 3rd........................48 Earned Run Average....................... 4th.....................1.51 Wins................................................. 4th........................50 Games Started................................ 4th........................57 Shutouts.......................................... 4th........................16 Innings Pitched................................ 4th...................423.0 Appearances................................... 6th........................76 Season Wins................................................. 1st........................27 Appearances................................... 1st........................39 Games Started................................ 2st........................30 Innings Pitched................................ 1st...................214.0 Strikeouts......................................... 1st......................277 Shutouts.......................................... 1st........................10 Saves............................................... 1st..........................4 Complete Games.............................2nd.......................25 Games Started................................ 3rd........................27 Opponent Batting Average.............. 4th......................171 Strikeouts Per 7 Inning Game......... 4th.....................8.44 Game Strikeouts......................................... 1st........................18 ..................................... vs. Tusculum, 2-13-08 (Game 1)

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and allowed just two hits with seven strikeouts in the 1-0 victory over the Ospreys in game one... tossed four innings of relief, allowing just two hits and no runs in the 2-1 victory in game two... struck out 11 and allowed just one run in the 4-1 victory over Jacksonville (April 17)... earned her fourth save of the season with 2 1/3 innings of perfect relief in the 8-4 victory in game two of the doubleheader with the Dolphins... tied her own single-season strikeouts record with seven in the first game of the Kennesaw State doubleheader (April 24)... after tossing 4 2/3 innings, came back to toss eight innings with 11 strikeouts to break the single-season school record to lead the Spartans to a 1-0 victory... earned her 23rd win of the season with a complete-game, 2-1, win at Mercer the next day (April 25)... struck out eight and allowed three hits with no earned runs in the win... a member of the A-Sun All-Academic team.

2009: Followed a stellar freshman year with a record-breaking sophomore season... was named the preseason A-Sun Pitcher of the Year... earned her second all-conference nod... earned A-Sun Pitcher of the Week honors on three occasions... broke her own single-season school strikeouts record with 277... the effort allowed her to overtake the alltime strikeouts record at the school, finishing the year with 535 in her career... led the Spartans with 23 wins, 37 appearances, 30 starts, 23 complete games, six shutouts, 209 innings pitched and a .186 opponent batting average... led the conference in wins, strikeouts and opponent batting average... was fourth in ERA... also ranked fourth and topped the Spartans while tying a single-season school record with four saves... finished the season tied for fourth in the NCAA in saves... ranked 17th in the nation with 9.3 strikeouts per seven innings... was 39th with a 1.64 ERA... recorded the win in nine of Upstate 11 A-Sun victories... struck out 121 batters in A-Sun play... picked up two shutouts and two saves during A-Sun games... won the first six games of the season for Upstate... tossed her second career no-hitter in the 7-0 victory over Presbyterian in the second game of the Campus Suites Spartan Classic (Feb. 20)... named the tournament MVP... started the tournament with a complete game, 4-2, victory over Maryland-Baltimore County (Feb. 19)... struck out 15 Retrievers on the day... turned in the no-hitter the next day against PC... finished the game with 12 strikeouts... tossed a complete game in the 5-0 win over College of Charleston (Feb. 21)... finished the game with 11 strikeouts while limiting the Cougars to two hits... allowed just one earned run on four hits with 13 strikeouts in the 5-2 win over NCAA Tournament team Mississippi Valley State at Ole Miss’ tournament (Feb. 27)... limited UNC Wilmington to three hits while striking out 12 in the 5-0 complete-game win (March 5)... tossed two hitless and scoreless innings in the second game to earn the save and the sweep of the Seahawks... earned her second save of the year after tossing 1 2/3 innings of hitless and scoreless ball in the 6-3 win over Furman (March 18)... struck out 14 and broke Upstate’s career strikeouts record in the marathon thriller as the Spartans dropped a 1-0 decision to Campbell in game one of the A-Sun doubleheader (March 20)... came back in the next game to fan eight in three innings of scoreless relief to earn the save in the 6-2 victory... tossed 12 innings with 13 strikeouts to pick up both wins in the doubleheader sweep at Stetson (March 28)... earned both wins in the sweep at Western Carolina (April 1)... tossed eight innings in the second game against the Catamounts... earned both victories in the sweep of North Florida (April 4)... went the distance

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20)… had six strikeouts and allowed two hits in the 8-2 win over Stony Brook, a team that went on to play in the NCAA Tournament (Feb. 23)… pitched all 11 innings with seven strikeouts while allowing one earned run in the 5-4 win at Charlotte (Feb. 24)… struck out 12 and allowed just two hits in the complete-game win against Lafayette (Mar. 8)… struck out nine and went the distance in eight innings for the 6-2 win over Princeton (Mar. 9), another team which advanced to the NCAA Tournament… struck out 13 and went the distance in 10 innings for the 1-0 win at Coastal Carolina (Mar. 12)… allowed just two hits against the Chanticleers… had 11 strikeouts and allowed just two hits in the 6-0 shutout of Belmont to open A-Sun play (Mar. 16)… turned in a dominating performance with 15 strikeouts in the completegame, 2-1, win over Kennesaw State (Mar. 21)… allowed four hits and struck out eight in the 6-0 shutout of ETSU (Mar. 24)… struck out 13 and narrowly missed a no-hitter in allowing one hit in the 3-1 win at Campbell (Mar. 30)… did not allow an earned run in the game… scattered four hits and struck out eight in the 4-0 win at Jacksonville (Apr. 4)… was simply outstanding in the sweep at North Florida (Apr. 5)… tossed a complete game with 11 strikeouts in the 4-0 shutout of the Ospreys in the first game… struck out four and did not allow a hit in 2 1/3 innings of relief to pick up the save in the 6-2 win in game two… posted 14 strikeouts and scattered three hits in the 2-0 shutout of Furman (Apr. 8)… picked up the win in the nightcap versus the Paladins, tossing three innings of scoreless relief in the 7-6 win… struck out 10 and allowed just five hits and two runs in the 6-2 win over Stetson (Apr. 11)… led Upstate to a sweep of Florida Gulf Coast by tossing a complete-game win in the 6-4 victory of game one… shut the door with a scoreless inning of work in the seventh in the 7-3 victory in game two… had 11 strikeouts and scattered two hits in the 7-0 win at Presbyterian (Apr. 24)… picked up a pair of wins at Mercer to close out the season (Apr. 27)… went the distance in the nine-inning, 4-3, win over the Bears… came back to pitch 3 2/3 innings of relief to earn the 10-4 victory in the second game… also pitched for the Virginia Legends U23 team that won the ASA National Championship in the summer… pitched in six of the nine games played in the national tournament… a member of the A-Sun All-Academic team. High School: An accomplished pitcher from Kings Mountain High School under Head Coach Suzanne Grayson... named the Western North Carolina 3A Pitcher of the Year as a senior... led Kings Mountain to a second-place finish in the 3A state tournament... was an All-State, All-District and AllConference honoree in 2007... posted a 0.16 ERA with 387 strikeouts in 172.2 innings pitched... posted a 25-4 record... a four-time recipient of the Southwest Foothills Conference Player of the Year award... named the Gaston Gazette area Player of the Year for the third time... earned Piedmont Player of the Year honors from the Charlotte Observer for the second straight season... a three-time First Team AllCharlotte Observer selection and was named the paper’s Female Athlete of the Year for Kings Mountain in 2006... led Kings Mountain to back-to-back 3A state and regional championships as a sophomore and junior... had 1,284 career strikeouts with a 0.38 ERA in 628 innings pitched... walked just 65 batters in four seasons... walked just 17 her junior and senior years combined... tallied a career record of 92-8... recorded a 0.04 earned run average as a junior.... played summer ball for the Cabarrus County Challengers under Head Coach Dennis Cook and the Lady Blues under Head Coach Adrian Ochoa... also a standout in the classroom, was a four-time member of the Honor Roll.

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2010 Player Bios

#22 CHILDERS, Morgan - 37 appearances (All games)

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2010 Upstate Softball Spartans

2010 Player Bios

32 • Jen Lamonica UTL • 5-6 • R/R • Junior Toronto, Ontario • Loretto Abbey Catholic School Spartanburg Methodist Major: Biology SMC: Played her first two years of college softball at Spartanburg Methodist... part of a Pioneer squad that advanced to the JUCO National Championships, finishing fifth in 2008 and ninth in 2009... was 4-0 with a 0.50 ERA as a sophomore in 2009... made nine appearances and tossed 28.0 innings... was 2-0 with a 1.40 ERA as a freshman in 2008... tossed 15 innings in 16 appearances... also a standout in the classroom... a Distinguished Academic All-American.

The Lamonica File...

Born.................................................. November 24, 1989 Birthplace................................................ Toronto, Ontario Parents................................... Vince and Mary Lamonica Brother/Sister.............................................Gregory/Giulia Hobbies................................................................Softball .............................................................................Hockey .................................................................................. Golf

High School: Played travel softball for the Mississauga North Tigers... played softball, hockey, field hockey and badminton for Loretto Abbey Catholic Secondary School... a four-time Most Valuable Player in softball... named MVP once in hockey... also a standout in the classroom... an Honor Roll student for two years.

Favorites Food..................................................Steak and Potatoes Movie..............................................................Fever Pitch TV Show..........................................Gilmore Girls, House Group..................................................................Coldplay Song.......................................................................Yellow Season...................................................................Winter Sports Figure.......................................... Paul Henderson Hero Growing Up................................................ My Mom Person You Admire Most..................................Kim Brasil Dream Job......................................................Pharmacist

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18 • Cheyanna Ohlrich SS/2B • 5-7 • R/R • Junior North Bend, Ore. • North Bend HS/Siskiyous Major: Physical Education Siskiyous: Led Siskiyous to the one of the final two teams in the winner’s bracket of the California JUCO state championship and finished third overall in 2009... led Siskiyous to a No. 1 ranking in the state heading into the tournament... named to the all-tournament team... a standout infielder for the Eagles the last two seasons, primarily playing the middle infield positions... can play several different infield positions... named a Louisville Slugger/NFCA Cal JC AllAmerican... a first team North All-State and All-Golden Valley Conference selection... ranked third on the team and fifth in the conference in hitting with a .403 batting average... finished the season with 15 doubles, seven triples, eight home runs, 42 runs and 49 RBIs to help lead the Eagles’ offensive attack... ranks 10th in the state in RBIs, sixth in triples, 13th in home runs and 13th in slugging percentage... had 15 multi-hit and 14 multi-RBI games this season... drove in four runs each in a pair of wins over Feather River this season... hit .344 with 16 doubles, three home runs, 36 runs and 42 RBIs as a freshman... led Siskiyous to an appearance in the semifinals of the state tournament, the Golden Valley Conference title and a No. 1 ranking in the state.... was a second team all-conference selection.

The Ohlrich File...

Born...........................................................Sept. 20, 1988 Birthplace..................................... Westlake Village, Calif. Brother/Sister............................Bruce and Wyatt/Shauna Hobbies................................................Playing Volleyball ............................................................Playing Basketball ............................................................................... Guitar ....................................Riding 4-Wheelers and Dirt Bikes .............................................................................Hunting Favorites Food........................................................ Chicken Fajitas TV Show.................................................................House Singer........................................................Dierks Bentley Sports Figure.............................................LeBron James Hero Growing Up................................................ My Mom Person Admires Most................................. My Aunt Alice

High School: Graduated from North Bend High School... started on the varsity team for three seasons after moving to Oregon from Southern California after her freshman year... a three-time team Most Valuable Player selection... a first team All-League pick in the Far West League... named the Far West League MVP as a sophomore and junior... a first team 3A All-State selection as a senior... named honorable mention 3A All-State honors as a sophomore and junior.

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2010 Upstate Softball Spartans

2010 Player Bios

24 • Lauren Quevedo 1B • 5-11 • R/R • Junior Wellington, Fla. • Wellington HS Major: Undecided hits and two RBIs in the 9-0 win at Jacksonville to help Upstate complete the sweep of the Dolphins (Apr. 4)… hit the game-winning home run in the bottom of the seventh inning to lift Upstate to a 7-6 win over Furman in the second game of the sweep of the Paladins (Apr. 8)… had a monster two days against Stetson and Florida Gulf Coast which set the Spartans up for winning a share of the A-Sun regular season championship… with the first game tied at 2-2, hit a grand slam in the bottom of the sixth to give Upstate a 6-2 win over Stetson (Apr. 11)… hit a two-run homer in the second game to give the Spartans insurance in the 5-1 win over the Hatters… with the game tied at 2-2 in the second game against Florida Gulf Coast, hit a grand slam to give Upstate a 7-3 win over the Eagles (Apr. 12)… the win gave the Spartans a sweep of Florida Gulf Coast… came up with another key home run at Lipscomb (Apr. 19)… hit a three-run homer in the top of the seventh to tie the game at 7-7… Upstate went on for the 8-7 win in extra innings… had two hits and two RBIs in the 10-1 win at Furman (Apr. 23)… posted two hits and three runs with two walks in the season-ending sweep at Mercer (Apr. 27).

2009: Had a solid sophomore season... provided early power for the Spartans... played in and started all 45 games... ranked fourth on the team with a .270 batting average... also fourth with a .402 slugging percentage... finished second on the team with three home runs and 19 RBIs... was third with seven doubles... also solid defensively with just four errors and a .986 fielding percentage... led the Spartans and the league after being hit by a pitch nine times... ranked fourth on the team with 10 multi-hit games... was second with four multi-RBI outings... opened the season with a dominant performance at the plate against Montreat (Feb. 8)... had three hits, including a home run, with four RBIs in the 8-0 victory over the Cavaliers in the first game of the sweep... had another home run with two runs scored in the 7-0 victory in the second game... had two hits, including a home run, in the 5-0 victory over College of Charleston (Feb. 22)... posted four hits and four RBIs in the sweep of Gardner-Webb (Feb. 25)... had a hit and RBI in the 5-2 victory over NCAA Tournament team Mississippi Valley State (Feb. 27)... had three hits in the sweep of UNC Wilmington (March 5)... had two RBIs to push the Spartans over Furman in the second game of the doubleheader sweep (March 18)... collected a pair of hits and scored a run in the 7-2 win at Charlotte (March 24)... had three hits with a run in the second game of the sweep at Stetson (March 28)... had a pair of hits in the 3-2 win at Western Carolina (April 1)... collected two hits with an RBI in the 8-2 win at Appalachian State (April 21)... collected three hits with an RBI in the season-ending split at Mercer (April 25).

The Quevedo File...

Born............................................................ Jan. 25, 1989 Birthplace..................................... West Palm Beach, Fla. Parents.................................................. Eliecer Quevedo Hobbies................................................................ Fishing ......................................................Tanning At The Beach ................................................................ Playing Softball Favorites Food........................................................................Tacos TV Show................................................................Scrubs Season............................................................... Summer Book.....................................................................Twilight Hero Growing Up..................................................My Dad Dream Job.......................................................Head Chef

High School: A standout first baseman for Wellington High School... a three-time all-conference selection... served as a team captain... hit .442 last season for Wellington... drove in 15 runs on 23 hits and five home runs in 52 at bats... scored 17 runs... an all-county selection... played summer travel ball with the nationally-recognized Davie Power Black under Head Coach Steve Nicastro... was the starting first basemen for the Davie Power for four seasons.

2008: Earned second team all-conference honors after hitting .316 for the year… raised her average to a team-best .403 in A-Sun play… also named to the all-freshman team and was an A-Sun Player of the Week pick during the season… finished the year in a tie for the team lead with seven home runs… was second on the Spartans in driving in 30 runs… also posted three doubles… hit five of her home runs and drove in 23 of her RBIs during league play… did not commit an error in 193 chances at first base… played in 41 games, 38 as a starter… tied for the team lead with seven multi-RBI games… finished with eight multi-hit games… posted a seven-game hitting streak during the season… hit her first career home run against Kent State (Feb. 24)… collected five hits in the split with Belmont (Mar. 16)… got things going in late-March at Gardner-Webb (Mar. 30)… hit a two-run homer, collected three hits and accounted for all three RBIs in the 3-1 win over the Bulldogs… posted two

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2010 Player Bios

11 • Jenna Torbert C • 5-3 • R/R • Junior Denver, N.C. • North Lincoln HS Major: Biology 2009: Provided key innings for the Spartans on the year... stepped into the starting spot at catcher for 10 games while Kim Brasil was sidelined with a knee injury... was flawless behind the plate... saw action in 36 games, 28 as a starter at catcher or designated player... ranked third on the team with three sacrifice bunts... finished the year with a pair of doubles and seven RBIs... did not commit an error in 96 chances... had two multi-hit games... had a hit and RBI in her first collegiate start to lead Upstate to a 4-2 win over Maryland-Baltimore County (Feb. 20)... had a hit, RBI and run in the 17-0 victory over Gardner-Webb (Feb. 25)... collected a pair of hits with an RBI in the 5-0 victory over UNC Wilmington (March 5)... had a hit, RBI and run in the 9-2 win at Coastal Carolina (March 11)... was 2-for-2 with a walk and two RBIs in the 6-2 win over Belmont (April 11)... had a hit and RBI in the 8-2 win at Appalachian State (April 21).

The Torbert File...

Born............................................................ Oct. 14, 1988 Birthplace...................................................... Buffalo, N.Y. Parents.....................................Peter & Marianne Torbert Sister....................................................................... Emily Hobbies.........................................................Watersports ............................................................................. Fishing ...........................................................................Camping ..........................................................................Shopping ......................... Spending Time With Family and Friends Favorites Food................................................................ Cucumber Movie..........................................................Step Brothers TV Show.................................................................House Actor................................................................Will Ferrell Group...............................................A Day To Remember Song.........................................Pour Some Sugar On Me Season....................................................................... Fall Sports Figure................................................. Derek Jeter Hero Growing Up..................................................My Dad Person Admires Most......................................... My Mom Dream Job...........................Emergency Room Physician

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2008: Played in 11 games as a freshman… had 11 at-bats on the year… scored a key run in the 6-2 win over Princeton (Mar. 9)… served as the bullpen catcher throughout the year… a member of the A-Sun All-Academic team. High School: A standout catcher at North Lincoln High School... an all-district selection as a senior... hit .413 with a .513 slugging percentage... earned the Southwestern Foothills Conference Player of the Year honors... the team MVP... a four-time all-conference and three-time all-state selection... named the Gaston/Lincoln County Hitter of the Year as a junior... hit .487 with a .667 slugging percentage... played summer ball for the Cabarrus County Challengers for Head Coach Dennis Cook... a standout in the classroom... a member of the National Honor Society... graduated with a 4.7 GPA... ranked third in her class.

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2010 Player Bios

15 • Katie Zauner OF • 5-7 • R/R • Junior Canby, Ore. • Canby HS/Siskiyous Major: Interdisciplinary Studies Siskiyous: A standout outfielder for the Eagles the last two seasons... helped lead Siskiyous to a No. 1 state ranking heading into the California JUCO state tournament... led the Eagles to a third-place finish in the tournament... earned two first team all-conference honors in the Golden Valley Conference... earned North All-State honors this season... led Siskiyous and ranked second in the conference in hitting with a .446 average... has 13 doubles, one triple, two home runs, 44 runs and 38 RBIs on the year... had 22 multi-hit and 13 multi-RBI games... drove in three runs on four occasions this season... was the 11th-best hitter in the conference as a freshman in 2008... hit .366 on the year with 12 doubles, two triples, six home runs, 44 runs and 56 RBIs... ranked fifth in the state in RBIs... led Siskiyous to a No. 1 ranking in the state, the Golden Valley Conference title and an appearance in the semifinals of the state tournament... named to the All-Tournament team.

The Zauner File...

Born............................................................Aug. 17, 1989 Birthplace.......................................................Canby, Ore. Parents........................................Jim and Denise Zauner Brother.................................................................... Layne Favorites Food....................................................................Mexican Movie................................................Love and Basketball TV Show.............................................Dating In The Dark Singer..................................................................... Drake Song........................................................Best I Ever Had Season............................................................... Summer Person Admires Most......................................... My Mom

High School: Graduated from Canby High School... a standout outfielder for four years on the varsity squad... a second team all-league selection in the 4A Pacific League as a freshman... garnered first team all-league honors in each of her final three years of high school ball... a second team 6A All-State selection as a senior... helped lead the Cougars to four appearances in the state tournament and advanced to the third round of the 4A state tournament as a junior... also played travel ball with the Glacier Northwest and Northwest Bullets teams that advanced to nationals... also a standout in the classroom... a member of the National Honor Society and the Honor Roll.

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2010 Player Bios

21 • Amber Hamilton RHP • 5-7 • R/R • Sophomore Roswell, Ga. • Blessed Trinity HS Major: Elementary Education 2009: Had a solid first season for the Spartans... made 22 appearances and 15 starts on the year... had four complete games and a shutout... ranked fifth in the A-Sun with two saves... finished the year with a 3.60 ERA and four wins... tossed 81 2/3 innings... had a pair of wins in A-Sun play... tossed a combined five innings of relief in two games, allowing just one hit in sweep of Montreat to open the season (Feb. 8)... earned the save in the second game with three hitless and scoreless innings of work... earned her first college victory and shutout after tossing five innings and allowing just three hits in the 17-0 victory over Gardner-Webb (Feb. 25)... tossed five innings allowing just one hit to earn the victory in the 3-0 decision over UNC Wilmington (March 5)... tossed three innings of scoreless relief at ETSU (March 22)... allowed just four hits and one earned run in the Spartans’ 7-2 win at Charlotte (March 24)... tossed a solid outing allowing one run on four hits in four innings in Upstate’s 2-1 win over North Florida (April 4)... tossed 1 1/3 innings of scoreless relief at Kennesaw State (April 24)... a member of the A-Sun All-Academic team.

The Hamilton File...

Born..............................................................Aug. 9, 1990 Birthplace......................................................Roswell, Ga. Parents.....................................Chuck & Susan Hamilton Sister......................................................................Skylar Favorites Food................................................. Macaroni & Cheese Movie...................................................................Step Up TV Show......................................................One Tree Hill Singer.............................................................Taylor Swift Season....................................................................... Fall Sports Figure................................................... Derek Lee

High School: Named the 2007 3A GACA Pitcher of the Year for the state of Georgia in 2007 (Georgia plays high school softball in the fall)... also named the 3A Georgia Pitcher of the Year in 2006... led Blesed Trinity to the 2007 3A State Championship... led the team to the Elite Eight in 2005 and 2006... a three-time all-state selection and four-time all-area and all-region pick... a three-time all-area Pitcher of the Year... finished her career with a 93-22 record... struck out 997 batters in 772 innings... had a 0.57 ERA for her career... finished 2007 with a 29-4 record... tallied a 0.69 ERA as a senior with 294 strikeouts in 232 innings pitched... a member of the GACA North-South All-Star Team... listed as a top recruit for 2008 on rivals.com. Travel Ball: Plays travel ball with the Atlanta Vipers Gold team... has helped the Vipers Gold to five ASA National Championship appearances with two Top 20 finishes.

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2010 Player Bios

7 • Janna Lewis OF • 5-6 • R/R • Sophomore Huntersville, N.C. • Hopewell HS Major: Communications 2009: Had a solid first season for the Spartans... was strong defensively after moving over to second base... came into her own in the second half of the season... played in 37 games, 24 as a starter... started the last 16 games of the season... picked up her play during A-Sun games... led the Spartans with a .324 batting average in league outings... was also a perfect 4-for-4 in stolen base attempts... led the Spartans and ranked fourth in the A-Sun with nine sacrifice bunts on the year... went 2-for-2 with three runs in the 17-0 victory over Gardner-Webb (Feb. 25)... had a hit and an RBI in the 6-2 win over Campbell (March 20)... drove in the first run and scored the third in the 5-4 win at Stetson (March 28)... had a hit and two runs in the 10-2 victory over Belmont (April 11)... had a strong doubleheader in the sweep of Jacksonville (April 17)... had two hits an RBI and a run in each game as the Spartans won 4-1 and 8-4.

The Lewis File...

Born........................................................... June 18, 1990 Birthplace.................................................. Charlotte, N.C. Parents....................................... Dan Lewis & Avis Lewis Hobbies................Hanging Out With Friends and Family .....................................................................Photography ............................................................................Reading ...............................................................................Sports Favorites Food................................................................. Japanese Movie........................................................ The Hangover TV Show.................................................................House Season.........................................................Fall/Summer Book..................................................................The Bible Person Admires Most.....................................My Parents

Lewis’ Career Statistics

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High School: The starting shortstop at Hopewell High School for three years... named the team’s Offensive Player of the Year as a junior... the team’s Defensive Player of the Year as a freshman and sophomore... an all-region selection as a junior... a three-time all-conference and All-Mecklenberg County honoree... hit .446 as a junior... finished the year with a .517 on-base percentage and a .730 slugging percentage... led the team in singles and home runs.... collected 29 stolen bases.... hit .459 as a sophomore with a .588 on-base percentage and a .705 slugging percentage.

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2010 Player Bios

14 • Katelyn Molkenthin OF • 5-7 • R/R • Sophomore Valrico, Fla. • Bloomingdale HS Major: Business Administration 2009: Gained valuable experience while making the transition to the college game... played in 32 games... started five times in the outfield... totaled three hits in 15 at bats on the year... was used primarily as a pinch runner during the season... was 5-of-6 in stolen base attempts... did not commit an error defensively on the year... collected her first collegiate hit in the 7-0 victory over Presbyterian (Feb. 21)... had a hit, stolen base, RBI and run in the game against the Blue Hose... collected a hit in the 5-0 victory over College of Charleston (Feb. 22)... had a hit and a run in the 3-0 victory over UNC Wilmington (March 5)... scored runs in the wins over Stetson (7-4, March 28), Belmont (6-2, April 11) and Appalachian State (8-2, April 21)... a member of the A-Sun All-Academic team.

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Born.............................................................. May 3, 1990 Birthplace.................................................... Brandon, Fla. Parents.................................Walter & Christy Molkenthin Brother.................................................................Gregory Hobbies...............................Spending Time With Friends ........................................................ Going To The Beach ..............................................................Watching Movies Favorites Food........................................................................Sushi Movie......................................................... The Hangover TV Show.................................................................House Actor........................................... Matthew McConaughey Group..............................................................Taylor Swift Season............................................................... Summer Sports Figure.............................................Evan Longoria Hero Growing Up............................................My Parents Person Admires Most.....................................My Parents

High School: A First Team All-Western Conference and all-county selection her junior year as an outfielder at Bloomingdale High School in 2007... earned second team all-county and honorable mention all-county honors in 2006 and 2005... lettered three times in softball and twice in swimming... led Bloomingdale with a .522 batting average as a senior... also collected a .547 on-base percentage and a .711 slugging percentage... tallied a team-high 47 hits in 90 at bats... had seven doubles and five triples... collected 33 RBIs and scored 25 runs.

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2010 Player Bios

9 • Haley Sheehan 2B • 5-4 • R/R • Sophomore Graniteville, S.C. • Midland Valley HS/SMC Major: Physical Education SMC: Spent one year at Spartanburg Methodist College... led the Pioneers to a 36-7 overall record and a ninth-place finish in the 2009 NJCAA National Championships... led SMC to a 19-1 record and the Region X championship... finished the season with a .316 batting average... collected six doubles and 20 RBIs on the year... scored 22 runs.

The Sheehan File...

Born............................................................Dec. 19, 1990 Birthplace.....................................................Augusta, Ga. Parents.......................................... Bill and Dee Sheehan Brother/Sister....................................................Will/Avery Hobbies........................................................Working Out .............................................................Church Functions ................................................................ Playing Softball

High School: Had a tremendous high school career at Midland Valley High School... a four-year letterwinner in softball, basketball and volleyball for the Mustangs... played middle infield... a highly decorated softball player... named the 3A Player of the Year by the High School Sports Report and the Region IV-3A Player of the Year as a senior in 2008... a two-time All-State and All-Region selection... the South’s MVP of the 2A/3A All-Star Game... a CAWS All-State and All-Star selection as a senior... a finalist for the Greater Augusta Sports Council’s Outstanding Female Athlete Award, earning the Silver Award in 2008... earned a Wendy’s High School Heisman Award nomination in 2007... hit .456 with seven home runs, four triples, 40 RBIs and 41 runs scored as a senior... led the all South Carolina 3A players with 19 doubles and was fourth in RBIs... a standout at her school, she was voted Midland Valley’s Homecoming Queen last fall... also a two-time All-Region selection in basketball and volleyball... a four-time recipient of the Mustang Award.

Favorites Food....................................................................Chicken Movie.............................................................The Sandlot TV Show...........................................ESPN SportsCenter Actor.......................................................... Adam Sandler Group................................................................ Mercy Me Season...................................................................Winter Sports Figure.................................................... Larry Bird Hero Growing Up................................................My Papa Person Admires Most..........My Grandfather and My Dad Dream Job.................................Division I Softball Coach

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2010 Player Bios

5 • Becca Williams C • 5-4 • R/R • Sophomore Simpsonville, S.C. • Hillcrest HS Major: Physical Education 2009: Was a key role player for the Spartans, serving as a pinch runner and bullpen catcher... played in 16 games on the year... started once... did not collect a hit in two at-bats... scored four runs on the season... was perfect behind the plate in two chances... scored a run in the 7-4 victory over Furman (March 18)... crossed the plate in Upstate’s 6-2 win over Campbell (March 20)... added a run in the 4-1 victory over Jacksonville (April 17)... scored the winning run in the 2-1 win at Mercer (April 25)... a member of the A-Sun AllAcademic team.

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Born.........................................................March 15, 1990 Birthplace............................................ Coral Springs, Fla. Parents........................................ Tracy & Kellie Williams Sisters.................................................Amanda & Malissa Hobbies................................................. Working Puzzles ............................................................... Outdoor Games .............................................................Playing Volleyball ................................................................ Playing Softball Favorites Food.......................................................Chicken Fingers Movie............................................ Remember The Titans TV Show................................The Fresh Prince of Bel Air Actor.................................................................Will Smith Group...........................................................Garth Brooks Season............................................................... Summer Sports Figure............................................. Johnny Bench Hero Growing Up..................................................My Dad Person Admires Most...........................................My Dad Dream Job...................................PE Teacher and Coach

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High School: A five-year letterwinner at Hillcrest High School... has been a starter and team captain at catcher for four years... helped lead Hillcrest to the 2004 4A state championship and was a member of the team that won a state record 96 straight games... the 96 straight wins remains the third longest streak in the country... led Hillcrest to the 2007 region championship... finished the year with a .366 batting average, a .480 on-base percentage and six stolen bases.

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2010 Player Bios

4 • Ericka Harris C/3B • 5-5 • R/R • Freshman Piedmont, S.C. • Wren HS Major: Secondary Education High School: A standout on the varsity softball team at Wren High School since the seventh grade... helped lead the Golden Hurricanes to the 2008 4A State Championship and a 26-5 record... missed her senior year after tearing an ACL playing basketball... played a variety of positions for Wren, primarily at third, shortstop and catcher... a threetime All-State and four-time All-Region selection... owned a career batting average of .373 with 32 doubles, six triples and nine home runs... stole 63 bases for the Golden Hurricanes... collected 84 RBIs and scored 152 runs... hit over .385 in each of her last four seasons at Wren... owned a .956 fielding percentage... named to the All-Region Rookie team as a seventh grader in 2004... named Wren’s Offensive MVP in 2005 and 2006... also played travel ball for the Lady Lightning Gold travel team which competed in the ASA Nationals in 2005 and 2006... also won the South Carolina ASA 16-A state championship... was a four-year letterwinner on the girls’ basketball team at Wren.

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Born............................................................April 17, 1991 Birthplace..................................................Piedmont, S.C. Parents.......................................David and Donna Harris Sister....................................................................Brittany Hobbies........................................................... Basketball .............................................................................Softball Favorites Food................................................................. Japanese Movie..................................................... Talladega Nights TV Show..........................................................Secret Life Actor.......................................................Channing Tatum Group............................................ Casey Donahew Band Season............................................................... Summer Hero Growing Up..................................................My Dad Person Admires Most............................... Dad and Sister Dream Job...............................................History Teacher

6 • Ashley McCurry OF • 5-6 • L/R • Freshman Asheville, N.C. • Enka HS Major: Physical Education High School: A standout outfielder at Enka High School for four years under head coach Jennifer Kruk... a three-year starter... a 3A All-State selection as a junior and senior... also a three-time All-Mountain Athletic Conference selection... named the MAC Player of the Year as a senior... earned all-district honors as a junior and senior... hit a teambest .489 for the season... named to the Asheville Citizen Times All-Western North Carolina team... also a standout on the basketball team at Enka... a two-time all-conference selection... selected to play in the Blue-White All-Star game as a senior... a strong student... a member of the National Honor Society... Named a North Carolina Scholar... played travel ball for the Lady Lightning Gold travel team.

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Born.............................................................. Jan. 4, 1991 Birthplace.................................................. Asheville, N.C. Parents..................................... Kenny and Kitty McCurry Brother.................................................................... Taylor Hobbies...................................Hanging Out With Friends ...................................................................... Playing Ball Favorites Food...........................................IChocolate Strawberries Movie............................................ High School Musical 3 TV Show........................................What I Like About You Actress..................................................... Katherine Heigl Group.................................................The Jonas Brothers Season............................................................... Summer Sports Figure................................................ Caitlin Lowe Hero Growing Up...........................................Kelly Grieve Person Admires Most................................. Mom , Family ..........................................Jennifer Kruk, Cathy Cordiale Dream Job.......... Doing Shows With Shamu at Seaworld

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2010 Player Bios

3 • Blake Meredith LHP • 5-9 • L/L • Freshman Post Falls, Idaho • Post Falls HS Major: Undecided High School: An outstanding all-around player for Post Falls High School... played pitcher, first base and outfield... a four-year letterwinner... a first team All-Inland Empire Conference selection as a senior... led the state 5A ranks with a .559 batting average as a junior in 2008... recorded a team-best 0.91 ERA in the circle... also a first team allconference selection as a sophomore and junior... named the Inland Empire Conference Rookie of the Year as a freshman in 2006... played summer ball with the LV Lady Rebels in 2009... also played summer travel ball for the Northwest Wildfire, leading the team to appearances in the ASA “A” Nationals from 2005-08. She finished 2008 with a .423 batting average and a 1.12 ERA... also a solid student in the classroom... named a Scholar-Athlete at Post Falls High School.

The Meredith File...

Born.............................................................Sept. 3, 1991 Birthplace.......................................... Cour d’Alene, Idaho Parents.................... Ron Meredith and Stacey Anderson Brother.......................................................................Kyle Hobbies..............................................................Camping .............................................................................Boating ................................................Hanging Out With Friends Favorites Food.................................................................. Brownies Movie............................................................Housebunny TV Show.............................................The Amazing Race Season............................................................... Summer Sports Figure................................................Jennie Finch Hero growing Up....................................... Ken Griffey, Jr. Person Admires Most...........................................My Dad Dream Job............................................Registered Nurse

17 • Alex Yohe RHP/1B • 5-9 • R/R • Freshman Concord, N.C. • Northwest Cabarrus HS Major: Pre-Veterinary Medicine High School: A standout pitcher and corner infielder at Northwest Cabarrus High School for head coach Lori Treiber... earned 3A All-State honors after recording a 0.93 ERA... totaled 154 strikeouts on the year... also solid at the plate... finished with a .389 batting average... named the North Piedmont Conference Player of the Year... eanred allconference and all-district honors... named to the Charlotte Observer’s All-Region team... named a Scholar Athlete and Golden Bat Award honoree at NW Cabarrus... an honorable mention all-state selection as a junior after going 10-6 with a 1.29 ERA and 121 strikeouts in 103 innings pitched... threetime all-conference selection... earned all-district honors as a junior in 2008... helped lead the Trojans to back-to-back second-place finishes in the North Piedmont Conference as a sophomore and junior... earned the team’s Golden Bat Award three times... finished career with 450 strikeouts in 357 innings pitched... owns a .365 career batting average... also an exceptional student... a member of the National Honor Society and Beta Club... also played travel softball for the Carolina Cardinals travel team coached by Rick McHone... helped lead the team to an appearance in the ASA Eastern Nationals in 2008.

The Yohe File...

Born............................................................Feb. 14, 1991 Birthplace....................................................... Norfolk, Va. Parents...........................................Bill and Michele Yohe Sister....................................................................Morgan Hobbies................................................... Playing Softball ........................................................... Listening To Music ..........................................................................Shopping ................................................Hanging Out With Friends Favorites Food................................................................... Lasagna Movie.......................................Forgetting Sarah Marshall TV Show................................The Office, That 70’s Show Actor........................................................ Ashton Kutcher Group..........................................................Kings of Leon Season...................................................................Winter Sports Figure...................Brian Urlacher, Michael Phelps Person Admires Most.....................................My Parents Dream Job....................... Veterinarian for Exotic Animals w

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2010 Upstate Softball Spartans

2010 Opponents Appalachian State

Games 17 & 18 Mar. 10 • 3:00 p.m. (DH) Cyrill Stadium

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Campbell

Games 55 & 56 May 8 • 4:00 p.m. (DH) Buies Creek, N.C.

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Charleston Southern

Games 1, 13 & 14 Feb. 12 • 11:00 a.m. Columbia, S.C. (Carolina Cup) Mar. 3 • 2:30 p.m. (DH) Cyrill Stadium General Information

Location............................................................Boone, N.C. Founded........................................................................ 1899 Enrollment................................................................16,600 President...................................Dr. Kenneth E. Peacock Athletic Director.........................................Charlie Cobb Conference...........................................................Southern Nickname.................................................... Mountaineers Colors......................................................... Black and Gold Home Field......... Sywassink/Lloyd Family Stadium

Location...................................................Nashville, Tenn. Founded........................................................................ 1951 Enrollment.................................................................. 5,393 President..........................................Dr. Robert C. Fisher Athletic Director...................................Mike Strickland Conference..................................................... Atlantic Sun Nickname................................................................... Bruins Colors............................................. Navy, Red and White Home Field..................................................Aquinas Field

Location.................................................Buies Creek, N.C. Founded........................................................................ 1887 Enrollment.................................................................. 6,834 President................................................Dr. Jerry Wallace Athletic Director................................. Stan Williamson Conference..................................................... Atlantic Sun Nickname................................................Fighting Camels Colors....................................................Orange and Black Home Field..............................Eakes Athletic Complex

Location................................................... Charleston, S.C. Founded........................................................................ 1964 Enrollment.................................................................. 3,236 President....................................... Dr. Jairy C. Hunter, Jr. Athletic Director............................................Hank Small Conference.......................................................... Big South Nickname......................................................... Buccaneers Colors........................................................... Blue and Gold Home Field.............................................Buccaneer Field

Head Coach........................................... Amy Herrington Alma Mater............................Eastern Kentucky, 2003 Record at Appalachian State...........37-66 (2 years) Career Record........................................37-66 (2 years) Assistant Coaches..........................................Beth Wade Jonathon Woodard, Kayla Richardson 2009 Overall Record...............................................26-29 Conference Record/Finish.......................14-9/T-2nd Postseason..................................................................... N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost.............................. 7/7 Starters Returning/Lost............................................ 6/3 Pitchers Returning/Lost........................................... 1/3

Head Coach.......................................... Chris Kuhlmeyer Alma Mater..................................Lousiana State, 1999 Record at Belmont...................................0-0 (1st year) Career Record............................................0-0 (1st year) Assistant Coach.................................. Jenifer Kernahan 2009 Overall Record...............................................11-35 Conference Record/Finish......................... 3-17/11th Postseason..................................................................... N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost............................11/6 Starters Returning/Lost............................................ 7/3

Head Coach.............................................. Drew Peterson Alma Mater...................................................Bethel, 1991 Record at Campbell................... 268-266-1 (8 years) Career Record............................551-416-3 (18 years) Assistant Coach................................ Theresa Stephens 2009 Overall Record...............................................38-16 Conference Record/Finish.............................16-4/1st Postseason.............. Chapel Hill, N.C. Regional (0-2) Letterwinners Returning/Lost............................13/5 Starters Returning/Lost............................................ 6/3 Pitchers Returning/Lost........................................... 4/0

Head Coach...............................................Shane Winkler Alma Mater....................................................Butler, 2004 Record at Charleston Southern........26-33 (1 year) Career Record..........................................26-33 (1 year) Assistant Coach.......................................... Megan Smith 2009 Overall Record...............................................26-33 Conference Record/Finish............................7-11/4th Postseason..................................................................... N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost.............................. 9/8 Starters Returning/Lost............................................ 4/5

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Softball Contact...................................... Eric Bohannon Office Phone.............................................828-262-7166 Cell Phone..................................................717-228-8153 Office Fax ..................................................828-262-6106 Email..................................bohannonec@appstate.edu Website................................................. www.GoASU.com

Charlotte

Games 44 & 45 Apr. 13 • 3:00 p.m. (DH) Cyrill Stadium

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Softball Contact............................ Patrick Stubblefield Office Phone.............................................615-477-5303 Office Fax ..................................................615-460-5584 Email................... patrick.stubblefield@belmont.edu Website................................ www.belmontbruins.com

Softball Contact.................................................Joe Prisco Office Phone.............................................910-893-1369 Cell Phone..................................................910-890-0513 Office Fax ..................................................910-893-1330 Email............................................priscoj@campbell.edu Website...........................................www.GoCamels.com

Coastal Carolina

College of Charleston

Games 2, 23 & 24 Feb. 12 • 3:00 p.m. Columbia, S.C. (Carolina Cup) Mar. 16 • 2:30 p.m. (DH) Cyrill Stadium

Game 3 Feb. 13 • 4:00 p.m. Columbia, S.C. (Carolina Cup)

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Softball Contact............................................. Ryan Burns Office Phone.............................................843-863-7037 Office Fax ..................................................843-863-7676 Email................................................rsburns@csuniv.edu Website........................................... www.csusports.com

Eastern Kentucky

Game 6 Feb. 20 • 1:00 p.m. Cyrill Stadium (Campus Suites Spartan Classic) General Information

Location......................................................Charlotte, N.C. Founded........................................................................ 1946 Enrollment................................................................24,701 President............................................... Dr. Philip DuBois Athletic Director...............................................Judy Rose Conference....................................................... Atlantic 10 Nickname..................................................................... 49ers Colors..................................................... Green and White Home Field..................D.L. Phillips Softball Complex

Location..........................................................Conway, S.C. Founded........................................................................ 1954 Enrollment.................................................................. 8,300 President............................................Dr. David DeCenzo Athletic Director................................Hunter Yurachek Conference.......................................................... Big South Nickname....................................................... Chanticleers Colors......................................... Teal, Bronze and Black Home Field................ Coastal Carolina Softball Field

Location................................................... Charleston, S.C. Founded........................................................................ 1770 Enrollment................................................................11,617 President........................................Dr. P. George Benson Athletic Director...................................................Joe Hull Conference...........................................................Southern Nickname................................................................ Cougars Colors................................................. Maroon and White Home Field...................................... Patriots Point Field

Location......................................................Richmond, Ky. Founded........................................................................ 1906 Enrollment................................................................16,200 President.............................................Dr. Doug Whitlock Athletic Director...........................................Mark Sandy Conference.......................................................Ohio Valley Nickname............................................................... Colonels Colors................................................. Maroon and White Home Field....................................Gertrude Hood Field

Head Coach..................................................Aimee DeVos Alma Mater....................................................Drake, 1993 Record at Charlotte.................369-448-1 (15 years) Career Record............................369-448-1 (15 years) Assistant Coaches.................................. Kristi Killough Melissa Porche 2009 Overall Record...............................................33-16 Conference Record/Finish...........................14-4/2nd Postseason..................................................................... N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost............................11/7 Starters Returning/Lost............................................ 5/4 Pitchers Returning/Lost........................................... 3/1

Head Coach...................................................Kelley Green Alma Mater................................... Northwestern, 1996 Record at Coastal Carolina...................0-0 (1st year) Career Record................................346-134 (10 years) Assistant Coaches...........................................Ali Ferrari Kate Refsynder 2009 Overall Record...............................................15-38 Conference Record/Finish............................4-14/7th Postseason..................................................................... N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost............................11/5 Starters Returning/Lost............................................ 8/3

Head Coach.............................................. Shelly Hoerner Alma Mater...............................................Canisius, 1996 Record at CofC..................................119-115 (4 years) Career Record................................324-235 (10 years) Assistant Coaches........................Kathleen Ihlenburg Sarah Pauly, Jacob Jury 2009 Overall Record...............................................23-26 Conference Record/Finish.......................14-9/T-2nd Postseason..................................................................... N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost............................13/4 Starters Returning/Lost............................................ 6/3 Pitchers Returning/Lost........................................... 3/1

Head Coach.........................................Jane Worthington Alma Mater...........................................Utah State, 1982 Record at Eastern Kentucky....469-436 (17 years) Career Record................................469-436 (17 years) Assistant Coach............................................... Megan Ink 2009 Overall Record...............................................17-37 Conference Record/Finish............................8-13/7th Postseason..................................................................... N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost............................11/9 Starters Returning/Lost............................................ 6/3 Pitchers Returning/Lost........................................... 2/4

Softball Contact....................................... Patrick McCoy Office Phone.............................................704-687-6311 Office Fax ..................................................704-687-4918 Email............................................... jmccoy18@uncc.edu Website.................................www.charlotte49ers.com

Softball Contact........................................Teresa Garbee Office Phone.............................................843-349-2848 Cell Phone..................................................843-503-3687 Office Fax ..................................................843-349-2819 Email...............................................tgarbee@coastal.edu Website.................................... www.GoCCUsports.com

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Games 29 & 30 Mar. 26 • 1:00 p.m. (CT) (DH) Nashville, Tenn.

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Softball Contact......................................... Kevin Britton Office Phone.............................................859-622-2006 Cell Phone..................................................804-358-8359 Office Fax ..................................................859-622-5108 Email...........................................kevin.britton@eku.edu Website.........................................www.EKUSports.com


2010 Upstate Softball Spartans

2010 Opponents ETSU

Games 53 & 54 Apr. 25 • 1:00 p.m. (DH) Cyrill Stadium

Florida Gulf Coast

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Location............................................Johnson City, Tenn. Founded........................................................................ 1911 Enrollment................................................................14,677 President...........................................Dr. Paul Stanton, Jr. Athletic Director........................................ Dave Mullins Conference..................................................... Atlantic Sun Nickname......................................................... Buccaneers Colors....................................... Navy Blue and Old Gold Home Field................................ETSU Softball Stadium Head Coach.........................................Andrea Mangrum Alma Mater............................................. Belhaven, 2002 Record at ETSU................................105-126 (4 years) Career Record...................................153-178 (5 years) Assistant Coaches...........................................Ariel Beus Callie Rhodes 2009 Overall Record...............................................27-28 Conference Record/Finish............................6-14/9th Postseason..................................................................... N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost............................10/7 Starters Returning/Lost............................................ 3/1 Pitchers Returning/Lost........................................... 6/4

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Softball Contact.......................................... Kevin Brown Office Phone.............................................423-439-5263 Cell Phone..................................................423-747-3877 Office Fax ..................................................423-439-6138 Email....................................................brownk@etsu.edu Website.............................................www.etsubucs.com

Hartford

Game 19 Mar. 13 • 12:00 p.m. Rock Hill, S.C. (Winthrop/Adidas Invitational)

Softball Contact........................................Jordan Caskey Office Phone.............................................864-294-3065 Cell Phone..................................................864-567-1654 Email................................. jordan.caskey@furman.edu Website.............................. www.furmanpaladins.com

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Kennesaw State

Games 42 & 43 Apr. 10 • 1:00 p.m. (DH) Jacksonville, Fla.

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Softball Contact...............................................Sarah Cote Office Phone.............................................860-768-5110 Cell Phone..................................................860-212-6730 Office Fax ..................................................860-468-4068 Email...................................................cote@hartford.edu Website............................... www.HartfordHawks.com

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Softball Contact.......................................Michael Pierce Office Phone.............................................239-590-7097 Office Fax ..................................................239-590-7014 Email................................................... mpierce@fgcu.edu Website.....................................www.fgcuathletics.com

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Head Coach.................................................. Dana Jenkins Alma Mater................................................Furman, 1996 Record at Furman...................... 123-230-1 (6 years) Career Record.............................. 199-313-1 (9 years) Assistant Coach....................................... Austin Murray 2009 Overall Record...............................................22-29 Conference Record/Finish......................... 11-12/5th Postseason..................................................................... N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost............................12/4 Starters Returning/Lost............................................ 5/3 Pitchers Returning/Lost........................................... 4/0

Jacksonville

Games 47 & 48 Apr. 16 • 4:00 p.m. (DH) Cyrill Stadium

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Softball Contact................................. Jessica Steadman Office Phone.............................................678-797-2192 Cell Phone..................................................708-369-2889 Office Fax ..................................................678-797-2122 Email..................................... jsteadm2@kennesaw.edu Website.............................................. www.ksuowls.com S

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Liberty

Game 7 Feb. 20 • 5:00 p.m. Cyrill Stadium (Campus Suites Spartan Classic)

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Head Coach...............................................Scott Whitlock Alma Mater.........................................................Piedmont Record at Kennesaw State.... 1,027-218 (23 years) Career Record............................ 1,027-218 (23 years) Assistant Coaches....................................Sarah Lockett West Holly, Jr. 2009 Overall Record...............................................21-30 Conference Record/Finish........................7-13/T-7th Postseason..................................................................... N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost............................12/4 Starters Returning/Lost............................................ 9/1

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Head Coach..........................................Amanda Lehotak Alma Mater............................ Nebraska-Omaha, 2003 Record at Jacksonville..................... 60-113 (3 years) Career Record..................................... 60-113 (3 years) Assistant Coaches..............................................Ali Higgs Jillian Mirante 2009 Overall Record...............................................24-31 Conference Record/Finish........................7-13/T-5th Postseason..................................................................... N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost............................17/3 Starters Returning/Lost............................................ 9/2 Pitchers Returning/Lost........................................... 4/0

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Location......................................................Kennesaw, Ga. Founded........................................................................ 1963 Enrollment................................................................21,162 President....................................................... Dr. Dan Papp Athletic Director..................................Dr. Dave Waples Conference..................................................... Atlantic Sun Nickname.......................................................................Owls Colors......................................................... Black and Gold Home Field.......................................................Bailey Park

Softball Contact...................................... Brian DeLettre Office Phone.............................................904-256-7478 Email........................................................... tdelett@ju.edu Website......................................... www.judolphins.com

Location..........................................Boiling Springs, N.C. Founded........................................................................ 1905 Enrollment.................................................................. 4,000 President..........................................Dr. A. Frank Bonner Athletic Director.........................................Chuck Burch Conference.......................................................... Big South Nickname..............................................Runnin’ Bulldogs Colors...........................................................Red and Black Home Field.................................................... Varsity Field

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Location................................................. Jacksonville, Fla. Founded........................................................................ 1934 Enrollment.................................................................. 3,436 President.......................................Dr. Kerry Romesburg Athletic Director.................................... Alan Verlander Conference..................................................... Atlantic Sun Nickname.............................................................. Dolphins Colors........................................................ Green and Gold Home Field..................................... JU Softball Complex

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Games 33 & 34 Mar. 30 • 2:00 p.m. (DH) Boiling Springs, N.C.

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Head Coach.................................................... Dave Deiros Alma Mater.................................... South Florida, 1989 Record at FGCU..............................327-90-2 (7 years) Career Record.................................327-90-2 (7 years) Assistant Coaches.........................................Paige Jones Tom Thompson 2009 Overall Record................................................. 47-9 Conference Record/Finish.......................15-5/T-2nd Postseason..................................................................... N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost............................8/11 Starters Returning/Lost............................................ 4/6 Pitchers Returning/Lost........................................... 1/2

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Location.....................................................Greenville, S.C. Founded........................................................................ 1826 Enrollment.................................................................. 2,600 President...................................................Dr. David E. Shi Athletic Director...................................... Dr. Gary Clark Conference...........................................................Southern Nickname................................................................Paladins Colors....................................................Purple and White Home Field.................................................Pepsi Stadium

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Head Coach..................................................Todd Randall Alma Mater............................... St. Bonaventure, 1988 Record at Hartford...................220-298-2 (13 years) Career Record............................247-400-3 (17 years) Assistant Coach........................................ Kayleigh Lotti 2009 Overall Record...............................................19-22 Conference Record/Finish...............................9-9/6th Postseason..................................................................... N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost............................11/7 Starters Returning/Lost............................................ 4/3 Pitchers Returning/Lost........................................... 3/0

Games 27 & 38 Mar. 23 • 2:00 p.m. (DH) Greenville, S.C.

Location................................................... Fort Myers, Fla. Founded........................................................................ 1997 Enrollment................................................................11,200 President.................................. Dr. wilson G. Bradshaw Athletic Director......................................Ken Kavanagh Conference..................................................... Atlantic Sun Nickname....................................................................Eagles Colors....................... Cobalt Blue and Emerald Green Home Field...............................FGCU Softball Complex

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Location........................................West Hartford, Conn. Founded........................................................................ 1877 Enrollment.................................................................. 4,697 President.................................................Walter Harrison Athletic Director...............................Patricia H. Meiser Conference...................................................America East Nickname................................................................... Hawks Colors................................................... Scarlet and White Home Field........................................... UH Softball Field

Furman

Games 35 & 36 Apr. 2 • 4:00 p.m. (DH) Cyrill Stadium

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Softball Contact....................................Jennifer Shelton Office Phone.............................................434-592-4849 Office Fax ..................................................434-582-2076 Email..........................................jbshelton2@liberty.edu Website................................. www.LibertyFlames.com

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2010 Opponents Lipscomb

Games 31 & 32 Mar. 27 • 2:00 p.m. (CT) (DH) Nashville, Tenn.

Mercer

Games 25 & 26 Mar. 21 • 1:00 p.m. (DH) Cyrill Stadium

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Location...................................................Nashville, Tenn. Founded........................................................................ 1891 Enrollment.................................................................. 3,418 President.............................. Dr. L. Randolph Lowry III Athletic Director................................ Philip hutcheson Conference..................................................... Atlantic Sun Nickname................................................................... Bisons Colors.......................................................Purple and Gold Home Field........................................... Draper Diamond Head Coach............................................... Kristin Ryman Alma Mater............................................Lipscomb, 2003 Record at Lipscomb.................. 105-102-1 (4 years) Career Record.............................. 105-102-1 (4 years) Assistant Coach...............................................Lexi Myers 2009 Overall Record...............................................39-14 Conference Record/Finish.......................15-5/T-2nd Postseason..................................................................... N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost............................13/2 Starters Returning/Lost............................................ 9/0

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Softball Contact........................................... Mark McGee Office Phone.............................................615-966-5862 Cell Phone..................................................615-479-4204 Office Fax ..................................................615-966-1806 Email.................................mark.mcgee@lipscomb.edu Website..............................www.LipscombSports.com

Location.............................................................Macon, Ga. Founded........................................................................ 1833 Enrollment.................................................................. 8,072 President...................................William D. Underwood Athletic Director.......................................... Bobby Pope Conference..................................................... Atlantic Sun Nickname..................................................................... Bears Colors....................................................Orange and Black Home Field........................................................Sikes Field Head Coach...................................................Mike Raynor Alma Mater............................Georgia Southern, 1974 Record at Mercer..................................86-92 (3 years) Career Record........................................86-92 (3 years) Assistant Coaches..............................Kelley Bretscher Dan Wallace, Page Raynor 2009 Overall Record...............................................40-19 Conference Record/Finish............................14-6/4th Postseason..................................................................... N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost............................20/5 Starters Returning/Lost............................................ 6/4 Pitchers Returning/Lost........................................... 5/1

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Softball Contact................................................Jason Rich Office Phone.............................................518-783-2411 Cell Phone..................................................518-542-7240 Office Fax ..................................................518-783-2992 Email.........................................................jrich@siena.edu Website........................................www.SienaSaints.com

Softball Contact..................................... Brian Holloway Office Phone.............................................336-334-7141 Office Fax ..................................................336-334-7181 Email............................................... bmhollow@ncat.edu Website......................................... www.ncataggies.com

Softball Contact.................................. Andrew Hopkins Office Phone.............................................904-620-4025 Cell Phone..................................................386-689-3732 Office Fax ..................................................904-620-2821 Email.................................................hopa0001@unf.edu Website......................................www.UNFOspreys.com

Stetson

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Head Coach.................................................Deanna Parks Alma Mater........................................... Kent State, 1988 Record at Siena.....................................39-89 (3 years) Career Record.............................. 89-172-1 (13 years) Assistant Coaches................................Bill Laeunessee Stacy Simpson 2009 Overall Record...............................................12-31 Conference Record/Finish...............................7-9/7th Postseason..................................................................... N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost............................15/5 Starters Returning/Lost............................................ 6/3 Pitchers Returning/Lost........................................... 2/1

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Head Coach................................................Marcie Hickey Alma Mater.......................................Bloomsburg, 1999 Record at North Florida......................26-24 (1 year) Career Record...................................119-229 (8 years) Assistant Coaches..................................Janince Savage 2009 Overall Record...............................................26-24 Conference Record/Finish............................11-9/6th Postseason..................................................................... N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost............................12/4 Starters Returning/Lost............................................ 7/1 Pitchers Returning/Lost........................................... 2/0

Games 37 & 38 Apr. 3 • 4:00 p.m. (DH) Cyrill Stadium

Location...................................................... Columbia, S.C. Founded........................................................................ 1801 Enrollment................................................................25,077 President............................................Dr. Harris Pastides Athletic Director...........................................Eric Hyman Conference...................................................Southeastern Nickname..........................................................Gamecocks Colors.....................................................Garnet and Black Home Field................................................Beckham Field

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Head Coach...................................................Mamie Jones Alma Mater........................North Carolina A&T, 1980 Record at N. C. A&T.................276-474-1 (15 years) Career Record............................276-474-1 (15 years) Assistant Coach....................................Tatjana Slawson 2009 Overall Record...............................................26-23 Conference Record/Finish.............................. 5-7/3rd Postseason..................................................................... N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost............................14/3 Starters Returning/Lost............................................ 8/0 Pitchers Returning/Lost........................................... 2/0

Games 39 & 46 Apr. 6 • 5:00 p.m. Columbia, S.C. Apr. 14 • 5:00 p.m. Cyrill Stadium

Location.................................................Loudonville, N.Y. Founded........................................................................ 1937 Enrollment.................................................................. 3,000 President..........................................Rev. Kevin J. Mullen Athletic Director.................................... John D’Argenio Conference............................... Metro Atlantic Athletic Nickname.....................................................................Saints Colors........................................................ Green and Gold Home Field....................................................... Siena Field

Games 40 & 41 Mar. 26 • 1:00 p.m. (DH) Jacksonville, Fla.

Location................................................. Jacksonville, Fla. Founded........................................................................ 1965 Enrollment................................................................16,621 President.......................................................John Delaney Athletic Director...............................................Lee Moon Conference..................................................... Atlantic Sun Nickname................................................................ Ospreys Colors................................................Navy Blue and Gray Home Field.................................UNF Softball Complex

South Carolina

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North Florida

Location.................................................Greensboro, N.C. Founded........................................................................ 1891 Enrollment................................................................10,660 President......................................... Dr. Harold L. Martin Athletic Director.................................. Wheeler Brown Conference................................... Mid-Eastern Athletic Nickname................................................................... Aggies Colors........................................................... Blue and Gold Home Field................. Lady Aggies Softball Complex

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Softball Contact.............................................Jeff Graham Office Phone.............................................478-301-5218 Cell Phone..................................................203-415-3272 Office Fax ..................................................478-301-5350 Email........................................graham_jm@mercer.edu Website.....................................www.MercerBears.com

Games 11 & 12 Feb. 24 • 2:30 p.m. (DH) Cyrill Stadium

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North Carolina A&T

Games 49 & 50 Apr. 17 • 4:00 p.m. (DH) Cyrill Stadium

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Towson

Game 21 Mar. 14 • 9:00 a.m. Rock Hill, S.C. (Winthrop/Adidas Invitational) General Information

Location..........................................................DeLand, Fla. Founded........................................................................ 1883 Enrollment.................................................................. 2,492 President........................................... Dr. Wendy B. Libby Athletic Director................................................Jeff Altier Conference..................................................... Atlantic Sun Nickname..................................................................Hatters Colors..................................... Hunter Green and White Home Field................................... Patricia Wilson Field

Location......................................................... Towson, Md. Founded........................................................................ 1866 Enrollment................................................................21,177 President............................................ Dr. Robert L. Caret Athletic Director.................................... Mike Hermann Conference............................................Colonial Athletic Nickname....................................................................Tigers Colors...........................................Gold, Black and White Home Field....................................Towson Center Field

Head Coach.............................................. Joyce Compton Alma Mater.................................... Trenton State, 1972 Record at South Carolina......940-446-3 (23 years) Career Record........................1,148-542-3 (34 years) Associate Head Coach..................Adrianna Baggetta Assistant Coach............................................. Ricky Pauly 2009 Overall Record...............................................21-24 Conference Record/Finish.....6-21/5th (SEC-East) Postseason..................................................................... N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost............................13/7 Starters Returning/Lost............................................ 7/2 Pitchers Returning/Lost........................................... 4/1

Head Coach...................................................Frank Griffin Alma Mater............................................ Winthrop, 1979 Record at Stetson.........................464-280 (13 years) Career Record................................689-367 (20 years) Associate Head Coach.......................Vanessa Bataille Assistant Coach................................................J.J. Payette 2009 Overall Record...............................................23-31 Conference Record/Finish......................... 5-15/10th Postseason..................................................................... N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost.............................. 7/4 Starters Returning/Lost............................................ 6/4 Pitchers Returning/Lost........................................... 3/1

Head Coach...................................................Lisa Costello Alma Mater.................................... Trenton State, 1990 Record at Towson....................412-370-2 (14 years) Career Record............................412-370-2 (14 years) Assistant Coaches....................................... Dottie Cupp Geoff Gordon 2009 Overall Record...............................................34-22 Conference Record/Finish...........................13-8/2nd Postseason..................................................................... N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost............................15/5 Starters Returning/Lost............................................ 7/2

Softball Contact..........................................Koby Padgett Office Phone.............................................803-777-8017 Cell Phone..................................................803-386-8345 Office Fax ..................................................803-777-2967 Email...................................................... kpadgett@sc.edu Website............................www.gamecocksonline.com

Softball Contact........................................Jesse Cazakoff Office Phone.............................................386-822-8131 Office Fax ..................................................386-822-8132 Email.............................................jcazakof@stetson.edu Press Box Phone.....................................386-738-6564 Web site...........................................www.gohatters.com

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Softball Contact.......................................Megan O’Brien Office Phone.............................................410-704-4972 Cell Phone..................................................443-834-9197 Office Fax ..................................................410-704-3861 Email............................................mobrien@towson.edu Website..................................www.TowsonTigers.com


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2010 Opponents Tusculum

Games 9 & 10 Feb. 23 • 2:30 p.m. (DH) Cyrill Stadium

UMBC

Western Carolina

Game 5 Feb. 19 • 3:00 p.m. Cyrill Stadium (Campus Suites Spartan Classic)

Games 15 & 16 Mar. 9 • 2:30 p.m. (DH) Cyrill Stadium

Winston-Salem State

Game 20 Mar. 13 • 2:00 p.m. Rock Hill, S.C. (Winthrop/Adidas Invitational)

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Location.............................................. Greeneville, Tenn. Founded........................................................................ 1794 Enrollment.................................................................. 2,600 President..........................................Dr. Nancy B. Moody Athletic Director.................................. Frankie DeBusk Conference................... South Atlantic (NCAA Div. II) Nickname...............................................................Pioneers Colors....................................................Orange and Black Home Field...............................J.C. Red Edmonds Field Head Coach.....................................................Fred Gillum Alma Mater.......................................Cumberland, 1986 Record at Tusculum............................63-82 (3 years) Career Record................................179-333 (13 years) 2009 Overall Record...............................................15-33 Conference Record/Finish............................4-12/8th Postseason..................................................................... N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost............................13/8 Starters Returning/Lost............................................ 6/4

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Softball Contact...................................... Whitney Noble Office Phone.............................................423-636-7494 Cell Phone..................................................813-957-7546 Office Fax ..................................................423-636-7370 Email.......................................... wnoble@tusculum.edu Website..........................www.tusculumpioneers.com

Location.....................................................Baltimore, Md. Founded........................................................................ 1966 Enrollment................................................................12,870 President................................. Dr. Freeman Hrabowski Athletic Director..............................Dr. Charles Brown Conference...................................................America East Nickname............................................................Retrievers Colors......................................................... Black and Gold Home Field.............................. UMBC Softball Stadium

Location................................................... Cullowhee, N.C. Founded........................................................................ 1889 Enrollment.................................................................. 9,400 President...............................................Dr. John w. Bardo Athletic Director............................................ Chip Smith Conference...........................................................Southern Nickname........................................................ Catamounts Colors.......................................................Purple and Gold Home Field................... Catamount Softball Complex

Head Coach....................................................... Joe French Alma Mater.............................. SUNY-Brockport, 1977 Record at UMBC.......................... 277-196-1 (8 years) Career Record............................491-305-1 (16 years) Assistant Coaches............................Lauren Nicholson Jill Dorsch 2009 Overall Record...............................................34-21 Conference Record/Finish............................12-8/4th Postseason..................................................................... N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost............................16/4 Starters Returning/Lost............................................ 8/1 Pitchers Returning/Lost........................................... 2/2

Head Coach......................................... Christine Hornak Alma Mater..............................UNC Greensboro, 1998 Record at Western Carolina.............59-95 (3 years) Career Record........................................59-95 (3 years) Assistant Coach.....................................................Jim Clift 2009 Overall Record...............................................12-35 Conference Record/Finish............................7-14/8th Postseason..................................................................... N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost.............................. 7/7 Starters Returning/Lost............................................ 5/4 Pitchers Returning/Lost........................................... 1/3

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Softball Contact..................................Jessica Bernheim Office Phone.............................................410-455-2639 Office Fax ..................................................410-455-3994 Email............................................jbernheim@umbc.edu Website............................... www.umbcretreivers.com

Softball Contact....................................... Denise Gideon Office Phone.............................................828-227-2336 Office Fax ..................................................828-227-7688 Email......................................dgiideon@email.wcu.edu Press Box Phone.....................................828-227-2741 Website............................www.catamountsports.com

Location......................................... Winston-Salem, N.C. Founded........................................................................ 1892 Enrollment.................................................................. 6,442 President.......................................Donald Julian Reaves Athletic Director........................................Tonia Walker Conference................................... Mid-Eastern Athletic Nickname......................................................................Rams Colors..........................................................Red and White Home Field............................................South Park Field Head Coach................................... Lataya Hilliard-Gray Alma Mater.............................................Hampton, 2000 Record at Winston-Salem State...............134-157-2 Career Record..................................................134-157-2 Assistant Coach............................................... Tiya Hines 2009 Overall Record...............................................14-26 Conference Record/Finish...................................... N/A Postseason..................................................................... N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost.............................. 5/7 Starters Returning/Lost............................................ 4/6 Pitchers Returning/Lost........................................... 0/2

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Softball Contact...............................Trevin Q. Goodwin Office Phone.............................................336-750-2909 Email............................................ goodwintq@wssu.edu Website.......................................... www.wssurams.com

Where the Spartans Play Winthrop

Games 4, 51 & 52 Feb. 13 • 6:00 p.m. Columbia, S.C. (Carolina Cup) Apr. 21 • 4:00 p.m. (DH) Cyrill Stadium General Information

Location....................................................... Rock Hill, S.C. Founded........................................................................ 1886 Enrollment.................................................................. 6,600 President................................. Dr. Anthony J. DiGiorgio Athletic Director...................................... Tom Hickman Conference.......................................................... Big South Nickname....................................................................Eagles Colors...................................................... Garnet and Gold Home Field....................................................... Terry Field

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Head Coach.................................................... Mark Cooke Alma Mater.............................USC Spartanburg, 1989 Record at Winthrop................565-533-3 (20 years) Career Record............................651-580-3 (24 years) Assistant Coaches......................................Danny Parks Melisa Basilio 2009 Overall Record...............................................26-21 Conference Record/Finish...........................15-3/2nd Postseason..................................................................... N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost............................13/3 Starters Returning/Lost............................................ 8/2

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Softball Contact..........................................Brett Redden Office Phone.........................803-323-2129 ext. 6246 Office Fax ..................................................803-323-2433 Email........................................ reddenb@winthrop.edu Website...............................www.winthropeagles.com

The Spartans play their games in four states, four of the five states that make up footprint as the Atlantic Sun Conference. Upstate will play games in South Carolina, North Carolina, Florida, Georgia and Tennessee.

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2010 Upstate Softball Spartans

2009 In Review

2009 Season Recap

The 2009 Upstate Spartans began the season with a huge target on its back. Returning reigning A-Sun Pitcher of the Year Morgan Childers and much of the team that claimed a share of the 2008 A-Sun regular season championship, the league’s coaches felt pretty secure in picking Upstate to win the 2009 regular season crown. In the end, Upstate won 11 conference games and had a solid season, finishing fifth in the league. Had Upstate been eligible for the ASun Tournament, the Spartans would have claimed a spot in the A-Sun Tournament. As was the case in 2008, the fate of the team seemed to ride on the right arm of Childers. She not only led the team, she led the A-Sun with 23 wins, 277 strikeouts and a .186 opponent batting average. She earned 23 of Upstate’s 29 wins and four of the six saves on the season. She finished the year with a 1.64 ERA and 23 complete games. The 277 strikeouts topper her own single-season school record of 258 set during her stellar freshman campaign. With all of the numbers and the importance to the Spartans, she earned her second straight all-conference nod in the A-Sun. She became Upstate’s all-time strikeout leader, finishing her sophomore season with 535. In 2008, Upstate hit .291 as a team to help the cause in winning a share of the A-Sun title. In 2009, the Spartans dropped down to .265 for the season, nearly a 30-point drop in production at the plate. It was inconsistent hitting that plagued the Spartans throughout the season, and weather as well. Upstate began the season playing solid at

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the plate. However, after having the majority of the tournament at Ole Miss canceled because of rain and snow and all of the tournament at Winthrop canceled because of rain, something happened to the Upstate bats during the time off. Entering the tournament at Ole Miss, Upstate was hitting a lofty .352. Entering the tournament at Winthrop, the Spartans were hitting at a .314 clip. But, with most of the games at each early-season tournament washed away, Upstate’s batting average began to plummet. A coincidence, probably. But, Upstate’s batting average steadily declined after the weekend the Winthrop tournament was scheduled to be played.

Upstate stood 14-4 and 1-1 in the A-Sun following its 1-1 split with Campbell at Cyrill Stadium. However, the Spartans dropped five of its next six games to fall to 14-10 overall and 1-5 in the conference, not the start they had hoped for in trying to win back-to-back conference championships. After a pep talk from head coach Chris Hawkins after being swept by Florida Gulf Coast, Upstate turned things around and won the next seven games to improve to 21-10 overall and 5-5 in the league. Inconsistency, though, plagued the Spartans at the end of the season. Upstate lost four its next six games following the seven-game winning streak and closed out the season by winning 5-of-8 to finish with a 29-16 overall record and an 11-9 mark in the A-Sun.

Still, Upstate had its moments. For the second year in a row, the Spartans swept Stetson, Jacksonville and North Florida, earning sweeps of the four Florida A-Sun member schools (including Florida Gulf Coast) in seven of the eight doubleheaders played in the program’s first two years in the conference. Upstate split with conference champion Campbell, as well as A-Sun Tournament finalist Mercer. And, the Spartans nearly pulled off an upset of South Carolina in Columbia, losing to the Gamecocks, 3-2, on a couple of controversial calls.

As was the case in 2008, Upstate players earned postseason honors from the A-Sun. Childers and Kim Brasil earned second team all-conference honors. Childers led the conference in five statistical categories, while Brasil ranked among the league leaders while leading Upstate with a .342 batting average.

Upstate began the season by winning its first eight games, including a 5-2 victory over 2008 NCAA Tournament team, Mississippi Valley State in the tournament at Ole Miss. Losses to Tulsa and Ole Miss followed, but the Spartans got back on track by winning their next three games to improve to 11-2 on the year. w

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Kim Brasil (above) earned second team allconference honors after leading Upstate with a .342 batting average. Morgan Childers (below) earned second team all-conference honors after leading the A-Sun in wins, strikeouts and opponent batting average.


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2009 Statistical Recap Game-By-Game Results Game Date 2-8-09 2-8-09 2-20-09 2-21-09 2-22-09 2-25-09 2-25-09 2-27-09 2-27-09 2-28-09 3-5-09 3-5-09 3-11-09 3-11-09 3-18-09 3-18-09 3-20-09 3-20-09 3-22-09 3-22-09 3-24-09 3-24-09 3-26-09 3-26-09 3-28-09 3-28-09 4-1-09 4-1-09 4-4-09 4-4-09 4-7-09 4-7-09 4-11-09 4-11-09 4-12-09 4-12-09 4-15-09 4-17-09 4-17-09 4-21-09 4-21-09 4-24-09 4-24-09 4-25-09 4-25-09

Opposing Team MONTREAT W MONTREAT W #UMBC W #PRESBYTERIAN W #CHARLESTON W GARDNER-WEBB W GARDNER-WEBB W %vsMiss. Valley State W %at Ole Miss %vsTulsa UNC WILMINGTON W UNC WILMINGTON W at Coastal Carolina W at Coastal Carolina FURMAN W FURMAN W *CAMPBELL *CAMPBELL W *at East Tennessee State *at East Tennessee State at Charlotte at Charlotte W *at Florida Gulf Coast *at Florida Gulf Coast *at Stetson W *at Stetson W at Western Carolina W at Western Carolina W *NORTH FLORIDA W *NORTH FLORIDA W at Charleston Southern W at Charleston Southern *BELMONT W *BELMONT W *LIPSCOMB *LIPSCOMB at South Carolina *JACKSONVILLE W *JACKSONVILLE W at Appalachian State W at Appalachian State *at Kennesaw State *at Kennesaw State W *at Mercer W *at Mercer

Score 8-0 7-0 4-2 7-0 5-0 6-0 17-0 5-2 4-10 L 2-5 L 5-0 3-0 9-2 0-5 L 7-4 6-3 0-1 L 6-2 1-3 L 0-1 L 1-3 L 7-2 0-8 L 2-10 L 7-4 5-4 9-2 3-2 1-0 2-1 2-1 0-8 L 10-2 6-2 1-9 L 0-3 L 2-3 L 4-1 8-4 8-2 2-7 L 0-3 L 1-0 2-1 0-3 L

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

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

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

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

Pitcher of record CHILDERS (W 1-0) CHILDERS (W 2-0) CHILDERS (W 3-0) CHILDERS (W 4-0) CHILDERS (W 5-0) CHILDERS (W 6-0) HAMILTON (W 1-0) CHILDERS (W 7-0) RICE (L 0-1) CHILDERS (L 7-1) CHILDERS (W 8-1) HAMILTON (W 2-0) CHILDERS (W 9-1) HAMILTON (L 2-1) CHILDERS (W 10-1) RICE (W 1-1) CHILDERS (L 10-2) HAMILTON (W 3-1) CHILDERS (L 10-3) CHILDERS (L 10-4) CHILDERS (L 10-5) RICE (W 2-1) CHILDERS (L 10-6) HAMILTON (L 3-2) CHILDERS (W 11-6) CHILDERS (W 12-6) CHILDERS (W 13-6) CHILDERS (W 14-6) CHILDERS (W 15-6) ChILDERS (W 16-6) CHILDERS (W 17-6) HAMILTON (L 3-3) CHILDERS (W 18-6) CHILDERS (W 19-6) CHILDERS (L 19-7) HAMILTON (L 3-4) CHILDERS (L 19-8) CHILDERS (W 20-8) HAMILTON (W 4-4) CHILDERS (W 21-8) HAMILTON (L 4-5) CHILDERS (L 21-9) CHILDERS (W 22-9) CHILDERS (W 23-9) HAMILTON (L 4-6)

Attend Time 224 1:35 224 1:38 88 1:34 245 1:40 244 1:53 66 1:58 66 1:40 44 1:50 132 2:28 76 2:17 41 1:26 41 1:52 97 1:52 97 1:30 88 1:46 88 1:55 85 1:43 85 1:46 268 1:25 268 2:53 75 1:27 75 1:57 202 1:20 202 1:44 178 2:02 178 1:55 150 1:50 150 1:40 95 1:14 95 1:52 54 1:33 54 1:21 154 1:52 154 1:53 42 1:29 42 1:30 326 1:29 124 1:48 124 1:36 123 1:30 123 1:13 233 1:25 233 1:25 211 1:33 211 1:30

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2009 Statistical Recap Overall Individual Statistics Record: 29-16 Home: 18-3 Away: 10-12 Neutral: 1-1 A-Sun: 11-9

Player AVG GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% 10 Kim Brasil .342 35 35 120 20 41 12 2 1 13 60 .500 5 0 13 0 .365 1 0 9 10 202 38 4 .984 3 Heidi Gibbs .329 45 45 146 36 48 8 1 0 16 58 .397 16 7 3 0 .418 1 0 9 14 56 0 2 .966 20 Crislyn Chewning .308 45 45 146 20 45 5 3 4 30 68 .466 8 1 12 1 .342 3 2 8 11 49 2 1 .981 24 Lauren Quevedo .270 45 45 122 8 33 7 0 3 19 49 .402 15 9 25 0 .388 1 1 0 0 275 7 4 .986 9 Amber Patterson .265 45 45 132 20 35 5 0 1 14 43 .326 9 1 16 0 .315 1 2 4 6 72 4 1 .987 12 Keri Sarratt .259 45 45 116 6 30 4 0 1 11 37 .319 10 2 20 0 .326 1 5 3 3 50 68 8 .937 4 Courtney Feldon .234 29 27 77 7 18 5 0 3 14 32 .416 12 1 13 0 .341 1 2 0 0 22 12 1 .971 7 Janna Lewis .226 37 24 62 15 14 1 0 0 6 15 .242 4 0 12 0 .269 1 9 7 8 43 34 4 .951 11 Jenna Torbert .214 36 28 84 3 18 2 0 0 7 20 .238 2 1 17 0 .241 0 3 0 0 77 19 0 1.000 2 Ana Mitchell .190 29 26 63 5 12 0 1 0 9 14 .222 4 2 14 0 .257 1 2 3 4 24 28 4 .929 1 Monica Hall .189 35 29 74 14 14 2 0 2 10 22 .297 11 4 11 2 .322 1 3 2 4 21 33 5 .915 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 14 Katelyn Molkenthin .200 32 5 15 8 3 0 0 0 1 3 .200 2 0 4 0 .294 0 2 5 6 1 2 0 1.000 18 Sydney Bartha .154 14 3 13 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 .154 1 0 2 0 .214 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 .000 8 Melissa Lockey .000 33 2 6 13 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 2 0 .000 0 0 4 5 1 0 0 1.000 5 Becca Williams .000 16 1 2 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1.000 6 Courtney Tate .000 16 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 .000 13 Dani Taylor .000 4 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 2 0 .000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 Totals .265 45 45 1180 185 313 51 7 15 150 423 .358 99 28 166 3 .334 12 32 56 73 903 304 37 .970 Opponents .230 45 45 1137 125 261 28 2 23 107 362 .318 88 15 303 2 .291 9 32 22 25 884 466 73 .949 LOB - Team (286), Opp (253). DPs turned - Team (5), Opp (7). CI - Team (0), Opp (3). IBB - Team (1), CHEWNING 1, Opp (7). Player ERA W L APP GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR AB B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA 22 Morgan Childers 1.64 23 9 37 30 23 6 3 4 209.0 139 62 49 50 277 14 1 16 749 .186 6 10 2 5 24 21 Amber Hamilton 3.60 4 6 22 15 4 1 3 2 81.2 100 49 42 32 23 13 1 6 333 .300 5 4 1 4 7 15 Brittany Rice 5.91 2 1 6 0 0 0 0 0 10.2 22 14 9 6 3 1 0 1 55 .400 4 1 2 0 1 Totals 2.32 29 16 45 45 27 10 3 6 301.1 261 125 100 88 303 28 2 23 1137 .230 15 15 5 9 32 Opponents 3.02 16 29 45 45 28 8 0 1 294.2 313 185 127 99 166 51 7 15 1180 .265 25 28 1 12 32 PB - Team (4), TORBERT 3, BRASIL 1, Opp (13). SBA/ATT - BRASIL (17-20), HAMILTON (10-12), CHILDERS (10-11), TORBERT (5-5), RICE (2-2).

Atlantic Sun Conference-Only Individual Statistics Record: 11-9 Home: 7-3 Away: 4-6

Player AVG GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% 7 Janna Lewis .324 17 14 34 8 11 1 0 0 4 12 .353 2 0 5 0 .361 0 4 4 4 27 20 4 .922 10 Kim Brasil .304 20 20 69 9 21 7 2 0 7 32 .464 4 0 9 0 .342 0 0 5 6 125 24 2 .987 3 Heidi Gibbs .274 20 20 62 8 17 1 0 0 6 18 .290 7 4 2 0 .378 1 0 5 8 26 0 1 .963 12 Keri Sarratt .236 20 20 55 1 13 4 0 0 4 17 .309 4 1 7 0 .295 1 1 1 1 24 33 5 .919 9 Amber Patterson .233 20 20 60 4 14 3 0 0 4 17 .283 1 0 7 0 .242 1 1 1 1 41 2 1 .977 24 Lauren Quevedo .196 20 20 51 1 10 2 0 0 2 12 .235 7 4 9 0 .339 0 1 0 0 113 3 3 .975 2 Ana Micthell .189 17 16 37 3 7 0 1 0 4 9 .243 2 0 10 0 .231 0 2 3 3 17 17 3 .919 11 Jenna Torbert .188 15 11 32 1 6 1 0 0 2 7 .219 2 1 7 0 .257 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 20 Crislyn Chewning .172 20 20 64 4 11 2 0 0 6 13 .203 3 0 6 1 .203 2 2 3 4 23 0 0 1.000 1 Monica Hall .111 11 8 18 5 2 0 0 0 0 2 .111 3 1 5 1 .273 0 0 1 1 7 10 0 1.000 4 Courtney Feldon .074 10 9 27 0 2 0 0 0 3 2 .074 2 0 4 0 .133 1 0 0 0 5 3 0 1.000 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 18 Sydney Bartha .000 3 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 1 0 0 0 .250 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 .000 14 Katelyn Molkenthin .000 12 0 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 1 0 .000 0 0 1 2 0 2 0 1.000 8 Melissa Lockey .000 13 1 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 1 0 .000 0 0 2 2 1 0 0 1.000 5 Becca Williams .000 6 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 6 Courtney Tate .000 7 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 .000 Totals .221 20 20 516 56 114 21 3 0 42 141 .273 38 11 73 2 .285 6 12 28 34 411 134 21 .963 Opponents .251 20 20 530 62 133 12 1 10 51 177 .334 38 6 133 1 .306 4 18 11 14 405 198 37 .942 LOB - Team (124), Opp (123). DPs turned - Team (2), Opp (2). CI - Team (0), Opp (2). IBB - Team (0), Opp (5). Player ERA W L APP GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R 22 Morgan Childers 1.94 9 6 17 13 10 2 0 2 97.1 81 36 21 Amber Hamilton 3.53 2 3 10 7 2 0 0 0 39.2 51 25 15 Brittany Rice 99.00 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 1 1 Totals 2.45 11 9 20 20 12 2 0 2 137.0 133 62 Opponents 1.71 9 11 20 20 13 6 0 0 135.0 114 56 PB - Team (1), BRASIL 1, Opp (5). SBA/ATT - BRASIL (11-14), HAMILTON (5-7), CHILDERS (6-7).

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2009 Statistical Recap Game Highs

Player Season Highs Individual Batting At Bats: Runs Scored: Hits: RBIs: Doubles: Triples: Home Runs: Total Bases: Walks: Strikeouts: Sac Bunts: Sac Flies: Stolen Bases: Hit by Pitch: Caught Stealing: Runners LOB:

Team Batting At Bats: 36 36 Runs Scored: 17 Hits: 17 RBIs: 16 Doubles: 4 4 Triples: 1 Home Runs: 2 2 Total Bases: 24 Walks: 8 Strikeouts: 10 Sac Bunts: 2 Sac Flies: 2 2 Stolen Bases: 7 Hit By Pitch: 3 Caught Stealing: 2 Runners LOB: 13 Hit Into DP: 2

at Coastal Carolina (3-11-09) at Stetson (3-2809) vs Gardner-Webb (2-25-09) vs Gardner-Webb (2-25-09) vs Gardner-Webb (2-25-09) at Stetson (3-28-09) vs Jacksonville (4-17-09) seven times, most recent vs. Jacksonville (4-17-09) vs Charleston (2-22-09) vs Gardner-Webb (2-25-09) vs Gardner-Webb (2-25-09) vs Belmont (4-11-09) at Charlotte (3-24-09) six times, most recent at Mercer (4-25-09) vs Furman (3-18-09) at Western Carolina (4-1-09) vs Belmont (4-11-09) vs UNC Wilmington (3-5-09) vs Montreat (2-8-09) at Stetson (3-28-09) vs Campbell (3-20-09)

Team Fielding Putouts: 24 Assists: 13 Errors: 3 Passed Balls: 1 DPs Turned: 1

five times, most recent at Kennesaw State (4-24-09) vs UNC Wilmington (3-5-09) three times, most recent vs Lipscomb (4-12-09) four times, most recent at Florida Gulf Coast (3-26-09) five times, most recent vs. Jacksonville (4-17-09)

Team Pitching Runs Allowed: 10 10 Earned Runs: 9 Walks Allowed: 7 Strikeouts: 15 Hits Allowed: 14 Doubles Allowed: 3 Triples Allowed: 1 1 Homers Allowed: 3 Wild Pitches: 3 3 Hit batters: 2 2

at Ole Miss (2-27-09) at Florida Gulf Coast (3-26-09) at Florida Gulf Coast (3-26-09) at Ole Miss (2-27-09) vs UMBC (2-20-09) vs Lipscomb (4-12-09) three times, most recent vs Jacksonville (4-17-09) at Charlotte (3-24-09) at Kennesaw State (4-24-09) at Florida Gulf Coast (3-26-09) at Ole Miss (2-27-09) at Charleston Southern (4-8-09) vs Tulsa (2-28-09) at Mercer (4-25-09)

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Katie Adams vs. Charlotte, 2-24-08 Shay Slater vs. Charlotte, 2-24-08 Kim Brasil vs. Charlotte, 2-24-08 Shay Slater vs. Lipscomb, 4-19-08 Shay Slater vs. Furman, 4-23-08 Shay Slater vs. Charlotte, 2-24-08 Vanesa Flores vs. North Florida, 4-5-08 Kim Brasil vs. Mercer, 4-27-08 4 Games 4 Games 7 games Courtney Feldon vs. SBU, 2-23-08 Courtney Feldon vs SBU, 2-23-08 Kim Brasil vs. UNCW, 3-11-08 (6 games ) Tiffany Pitcher vs. Charlotte, 2-24-08 Heidi Gibbs vs. Mercer, 4-27-08 9 Games Shay Slater vs. Jacksonville, 4-4-08 Heidi Gibbs vs. Princeton, 3-9-08 23 Games Katie Adams vs. Belmont, 3-16-08

Individual Fielding Putouts: 19 Kim Brasil vs. Tusculum, 2-13-08 Assists: 6 7 Games Errors: 2 Amber Patterson vs. KentSt., 2-23-08 2 Tiffany Pitcher vs. Belmont, 3-16-08 2 S. Stepaniuk vs. Kenn. St., 3-21-08 Passed Balls: 2 Kim Brasil vs. W.Va. Wes., 2-17-08 2 Kim Brasil vs. ETSU, 3-24-08 Individual Pitching Innings Pitched: 11.0 Strikeouts: 18 Wild Pitches: 2 2 2 Hit Batters: 4

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Multiple RBI Games Crislyn Chewning Lauren Quevedo Courtney Feldon Heidi Gibbs Kim Brasil Monica Hall Ana Mitchell Jenna Torbert Amber Patterson Keri Sarratt Team

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Hitting Streaks Morgan Childers vs. Charlotte, 2-24-08 Kim Brasil Morgan Childers vs. Tusculum 2-13-08 Heidi Gibbs Kayla Short vs. Tusculum, 2-13-08 Morgan Childers vs. Char. So. 2-27-08 Keri Sarratt Courtney Feldon Kayla Short vs. Charlotte, 4-2-08 Morgan Childers vs. W.Va. W 2-17-08 Crislyn Chewning Amber Patterson Jenna Torbert Lauren Quevedo Janna Lewis Ana Mitchell Monica Hall Katelym Molkenthin Sydney Bartha

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The Spartans’ Record...

Total........................ 29-16 A-Sun.........................11-9 Non-Conference....... 18-7 Home........................ 18-3 Away....................... 10-12 Neutral........................ 1-1 Day......................... 23-13 Night........................... 6-3 vs Left......................... 4-1 vs Right................... 25-15 1-Run Games............. 7-3 2-Run Games............. 1-2 5+Run Games.......... 12-7 Extra Innings............... 4-2 Shutouts................... 10-8 Scoring 0-2 Runs...... 5-15 Scoring 3-5 Runs........ 8-1 Scoring 6-9 Runs...... 14-0 Scoring 10+ Runs....... 2-0 Opp. 0-2 Runs.......... 24-2 Opp. 3-5 Runs............ 5-8 Opp. 6-9 Runs............ 0-4

Spartans Game Summary Inning-By-Inning Summary 1..............2............. 3.............. 4.............. 5..............6..............7............. 8........Total USC Upstate.......................30............25........... 21............ 33............ 24............30............18............. 4.......... 185 Opponents..........................23............11........... 14............ 13............ 33............23..............6............. 2.......... 125 Record When Upstate Scores: Runs.....................................0..............1............. 2.............. 3.............. 4..............5..............6............. 7.............. 8.............. 9.............10+ W-L....................................0-8...........2-3.......... 3-4........... 2-0...........2-1...........4-0.......... 4-0.......... 5-0........... 3-0...........2-0..............2-0 Record When Opponent Scores: Runs.....................................0..............1............. 2.............. 3.............. 4..............5..............6............. 7.............. 8.............. 9.............10+ W-L..................................10-0...........4-2........ 10-0........... 1-6...........4-0...........0-2.......... 0-0.......... 0-1........... 0-2...........0-1..............0-2 Record When Leading After: Inn........................................1..............2............. 3.............. 4.............. 5..............6 W-L..................................13-0.........17-0........ 17-1......... 20-1.........20-0.........21-0 Record When Trailing After: Inn........................................1..............2............. 3.............. 4.............. 5..............6 W-L....................................3-5...........3-8........ 4-10......... 2-11.........2-13.........1-11 Record When Tied After: Inn........................................1..............2............. 3.............. 4.............. 5..............6 W-L................................13-11...........9-8.......... 8-5........... 7-4...........5-2...........4-2 w

Multiple Hit Games Heidi Gibbs Crislyn Chewning Kim Brasil Lauren Quevedo Courtney Feldon Amber Patterson Keri Sarratt Janna Lewis Monica Hall Jenna Torbert Ana Mitchell Team

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2009 Game Boxes Game 1 • Upstate 8, Montreat USC Upstate0Softball - 2009 Montreat at USC Upstate (Game 1) February 8, 2009 • Spartanburg, S.C. Feb 08, 2009 at Spartanburg, S.C. (Cyrill Stadium) Montreat 0 (0-1)

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E - ROPER; BRASIL. LOB - Montreat 3; Upstate 5. 2B - BRASIL; GIBBS. HR - QUEVEDO(2). SB CHEWNING. CS - CHEWNING; HALL. Strikeouts - SEALEY 2; SUMMEROW; BARKDOLL; VOGEL 2; MILLS; RANDALL; POLING. Walks - CROSS; GIBBS; QUEVEDO 2; HALL. Montreat

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Game 4 • Upstate 7, Presbyterian 0 - 2009 USC Upstate Softball Presbyterian at USC Upstate February 21, 2009 • Spartanburg, S.C. Feb 21, 2009 at Spartanburg, S.C. (Cyrill Stadium)

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E - BARKDOLL; CROSS 2; VOGEL 2; PIKE; POLING. LOB - Montreat 3; Upstate 7. 2B - DAVIS; CHEWNING; QUEVEDO. HR - QUEVEDO. HBP - CROSS. SB - BRASIL; GIBBS 2; HALL. CS - HALL. Strikeouts - SEALEY 2; STOWE 2; CROSS; VOGEL 2; HUFFMAN; DAVIS; QUEVEDO. Walks - POLING; BRASIL; CHEWNING.

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2009 Game Boxes Game 5 • Upstate 5, College ofSoftball Charleston 0 USC Upstate - 2009 Charleston at USC Upstate February 22, 2009 • Spartanburg, S.C. Feb 22, 2009 at Spartanburg, S.C. (Cyrill Stadium) Charleston 0 (4-8)

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Christal Kotchman ss Amber Shifflett 2b Kristie Shifflett 3b Kelley Dillon 3b Shannon Howard dp Katie Nutaitis 1b Becca Balentine pr Katie Pesature c Brittany Small c Katie Forbes lf Amanda Maurer lf Amanda Lonergan rf Terri Mesko p Laura Jeroszko p Kristi Woodall cf Totals Score by Innings Charleston USC Upstate

Game 7 • Upstate 17, Gardner-Webb 0 USC Upstate Softball - 2009 Gardner-Webb at USC Upstate (Game 2) February 25, 2009 • Spartanburg, S.C. Feb 25, 2009 at Spartanburg, S.C. (Cyrill Stadium)

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GIBBS, Heidi rf PATTERSON, Amber lf CHEWNING, Crislyn cf QUEVEDO, Lauren 1b BARTHA, Sydney pr HALL, Monica 2b/ss SARRATT, Keri 3b TORBERT, Jenna c LOCKEY, Melissa pr MITCHELL, Ana ss LEWIS, Janna ph/2b MOLKENTHIN, Katelyn dp CHILDERS, Morgan p Totals

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EUBANKS, Haleigh lf PALMER, Kimberly pr/ph BRASS, Rashundra cf HAYS, Megan c DAVIS, Cortney pr PARKS, Tiana dp 23 pr LAWRENCE, Ashley 3b HOBBS, Ashley ph WALLACE, Ta'Niya rf JONES, Angelia ss CARSON, Courtney 1b WADE, Angelica 2b DERTING, Lauren p FRANKLIN, Brittany p Totals

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GIBBS, Heidi rf PATTERSON, Amber lf CHEWNING, Crislyn cf FELDON, Courtney 2b/dp LOCKEY, Melissa pr QUEVEDO, Lauren 1b TATE, Courtney pr HALL, Monica ss TORBERT, Jenna c WILLIAMS, Becca c SARRATT, Keri 3b BARTHA, Sydney ph LEWIS, Janna dp/2b HAMILTON, Amber p Totals

Game 8 • Upstate 5, Mississippi Valley USC Upstate Softball - 2009State 2 Miss. Valley State vs USC Upstate February 27, 2009 • Oxford, Miss. Feb 27, 2009 at Oxford, Miss. (Ole Miss Complex)

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WP - Mesko(1). HBP - by Mesko (MITCHELL); by CHILDERS (Nutaitis). PB - TORBERT(3). Umpires - HP: Arnez Cantrell 1B: Robert Burrell 3B: Blake Cantrell Start: 1:37 pm Time: 1:53 Attendance: 244 Weather: Sunny, Cool, Breezy

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E - K. Shifflett(1). LOB - CofC 4; Upstate 4. 2B - QUEVEDO(2). HR - CHEWNING(2); QUEVEDO(3). HBP - Nutaitis; MITCHELL. SH - A. Shifflett(2); Forbes(1). SB - MOLKENTHIN(2). CS - PATTERSON(1). Strikeouts - A. Shifflett 2; Dillon; Howard; Nutaitis; Small; Forbes; Lonergan 2; Mesko 2; QUEVEDO; SARRATT 2; TORBERT; LEWIS; MOLKENTHIN. Walks - Pesature. Charleston

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GIBBS, Heidi rf CHEWNING, Crislyn cf FELDON, Courtney 2b MOLKENTHIN, Katelyn pr QUEVEDO, Lauren 1b WILLIAMS, Becca ss HALL, Monica ss PATTERSON, Amber lf TORBERT, Jenna c LOCKEY, Melissa pr SARRATT, Keri 3b LEWIS, Janna dp CHILDERS, Morgan p Totals

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E - JONES; HALL. LOB - MSVU 6; Upstate 6. HBP - LAWRENCE. SH - TORBERT; LEWIS. SB - MOLKENTHIN; LOCKEY; SARRATT. CS - LEWIS. Strikeouts - EUBANKS; PALMER; BRASS 2; PARKS; LAWRENCE; HOBBS; WALLACE; JONES 3; CARSON; WADE; FELDON; HALL; TORBERT; LEWIS. Walks - HAYS; WALLACE; QUEVEDO; SARRATT.

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2009 Game Boxes Game 9 • Ole Miss 10, USC Upstate 4 - 2009 Upstate Softball USC Upstate at Ole Miss February 27, 2009 • Oxford, Miss. Feb 27, 2009 at Oxford, Miss. (Ole Miss Complex) USC Upstate 4 (8-1)

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GIBBS, Heidi rf CHEWNING, Crislyn cf FELDON, Courtney 2b TATE, Courtney pr QUEVEDO, Lauren 1b BARTHA, Sydney pr HALL, Monica ss PATTERSON, Amber lf TORBERT, Jenna c SARRATT, Keri 3b LOCKEY, Melissa pr MOLKENTHIN, Katelyn dp HAMILTON, Amber p RICE, Brittany p Totals Score by Innings USC Upstate Ole Miss

Game 11 • Upstate 5, UNC Wilmington 0 USC Upstate Softball - 2009 UNC Wilmington at USC Upstate (Game 1) March 5, 2009 • Mar Spartanburg, S.C. 05, 2009 at Spartanburg, S.C. (Cyrill Stadium)

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Corrine Doornberg lf Lisa Conchos 2b Lauren Grill ss Amber Tramp c Ashley Dowdy 3b Michelle May dp Amanda Hutcheson dp Courtnie Ghinaudo cf Molly Goza pr/ph Aly Presswood 1b Alise Doubt pr Alyssa McGovern rf Lindsey Perry p Becky Nye p Totals

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GIBBS, Heidi rf CHEWNING, Crislyn cf TAYLOR, Dani pr/dp FELDON, Courtney 2b MOLKENTHIN, Katelyn pr QUEVEDO, Lauren 1b LOCKEY, Melissa pr HALL, Monica ss PATTERSON, Amber lf SARRATT, Keri 3b TORBERT, Jenna c LEWIS, Janna pr BARTHA, Sydney dp/cf CHILDERS, Morgan p Totals

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E - Harrison(3); SARRATT(3). LOB - UNCW 5; Upstate 7. 2B - FELDON(3). 3B - CHEWNING(1). SH HALL(1); SARRATT(1). SB - PATTERSON(2); LEWIS(2). Strikeouts - Walters; Houmard 2; Hughes; Sawyer; Eddinger; Shapiro; Pierce 2; Kisner; Harrison 2; CHEWNING 2; FELDON; BARTHA. Walks - Walters; GIBBS; PATTERSON.

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E - FELDON; SARRATT; RICE. DP - Upstate 1; Ole Miss 1. LOB - Upstate 6; Ole Miss 11. 2B - GIBBS; Grill, L. HR - HALL; Grill, L. HBP - Tramp, A. SH - MOLKENTHIN; Conchos, L. SF - Conchos, L. SB - Doornberg, C 2. Strikeouts - FELDON; QUEVEDO; HALL. Walks - FELDON; QUEVEDO; PATTERSON; Doornberg, C; Grill, L; Tramp, A 2; Dowdy, A; May, M; Presswood, A.

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WP - HAMILTON; RICE 2; Perry, L. HBP - by RICE (Tramp, A). Umpires - HP: Jack Davis 1B: Robert Johnson 3B: Rick Logan Start: 4:31 pm Time: 2:28 Attendance: 132 Weather: 63 degrees, Rainy

Game 11 • Tulsa 5, Upstate 2 Softball - 2009 USC Upstate USC Upstate vs Tulsa February 28, 2009 • Oxford, Miss. Feb 28, 2009 at Oxford, Miss. (Ole Miss Complex) USC Upstate 2 (11-5)

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GIBBS, Heidi rf CHEWNING, Crislyn cf FELDON, Courtney 2b TATE, Courtney pr QUEVEDO, Lauren 1b HALL, Monica ss PATTERSON, Amber lf TORBERT, Jenna c WILLIAMS, Becca c SARRATT, Keri 3b LOCKEY, Melissa pr MOLKENTHIN, Katelyn dp LEWIS, Janna dp CHILDERS, Morgan p HAMILTON, Amber p Totals Score by Innings USC Upstate Tulsa

Game 12 • Upstate 3, UNC Wilmington 0 USC Upstate Softball - 2009 UNC Wilmington at USC Upstate (Game 2) March 5, 2009 • Mar Spartanburg, S.C. 05, 2009 at Spartanburg, S.C. (Cyrill Stadium)

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LINDSAY, Lauren rf TIMMONS, Christian c YARMER, Kailey ss VICE, Vanessa 1b SMART, Brooke lf MENKE, Lauren dp STOELKE, Jessica cf CHOMICKI, Stephanie 3b SWANSON, Skylar 2b LAWRENCE, Jackie p Totals

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GIBBS, Heidi rf HALL, Monica ss FELDON, Courtney dp LOCKEY, Melissa pr QUEVEDO, Lauren 1b TAYLOR, Dani pr CHEWNING, Crislyn cf MOLKENTHIN, Katelyn cf PATTERSON, Amber lf SARRATT, Keri 3b TATE, Courtney pr TORBERT, Jenna c LEWIS, Janna 2b BARTHA, Sydney ph HAMILTON, Amber p CHILDERS, Morgan p Totals

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WP - HAMILTON(2). HBP - by Lisowsky (HALL); by Lisowsky (CHEWNING); by Lisowsky (SARRATT). PB TORBERT(3). Umpires - HP: Tim Abercrombie 1B: Christie Cornwell Start: 4:20 pm Time: 1:52 Attendance: 41 Weather: Sunny, Clear - 58 HAMILTON faced 1 batter in the 6th.

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E - Walters(1). LOB - UNCW 5; Upstate 12. 2B - FELDON(4). HBP - HALL; CHEWNING; SARRATT. SH MOLKENTHIN(2); TORBERT(3). SF - QUEVEDO(1). SB - MOLKENTHIN(4); SARRATT(2). Strikeouts - Houmard; Shingleton 2; Pinno 2; Ladd; FELDON; PATTERSON; LEWIS. Walks - Walters; Shingleton; Lanouette; GIBBS; MOLKENTHIN.

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E - SARRATT; VICE, V.; SWANSON, S.. LOB - Upstate 6; Tulsa 8. HR - PATTERSON; LINDSAY, L.; TIMMONS, C.. HBP - LINDSAY, L.; VICE, V.. SH - MENKE, L.; SWANSON, S.. SB - YARMER, K.; VICE, V.. Strikeouts - QUEVEDO; HALL; TORBERT 2; SARRATT 2; LEWIS 2; YARMER, K.; STOELKE, J. 2; SWANSON, S.. Walks - GIBBS; PATTERSON; YARMER, K. 2; SMART, B.; STOELKE, J.; CHOMICKI, S. 2. USC Upstate

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2010 Upstate Softball Spartans

2009 Game Boxes Game 13 • Upstate 9, Coastal 2 USC UpstateCarolina Softball - 2009 USC Upstate at Coastal Carolina (Game 1) March 11, 2009 Mar • Conway, S.C. 11, 2009 at Conway, S.C. (CCU Softball Field) USC Upstate 9 (11-2)

Coastal Carolina 2 (5-13)

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BRASIL, Kim c MOLKENTHIN, Katelyn pr GIBBS, Heidi rf CHEWNING, Crislyn cf FELDON, Courtney 2b LEWIS, Janna ph QUEVEDO, Lauren 1b HALL, Monica ss PATTERSON, Amber lf SARRATT, Keri 3b LOCKEY, Melissa pr TORBERT, Jenna dp TATE, Courtney pr CHILDERS, Morgan p Totals Score by Innings USC Upstate Coastal Carolina

Game 15 • Upstate 7, Furman USC Upstate4Softball - 2009 Furman at USC Upstate (Game 1) March 18, 2009 Mar • Spartanburg, S.C. 18, 2009 at Spartanburg, S.C. (Cyrill Stadium)

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BALLARD, M. cf BAILEY, B. lf MAPLES, S. ss SNELLINGS, S dp EVANS, M. 3b BIRNBAUM, B. 1b RIFFEL, K. rf PISONE, A. c DODD, M. 2b WILLIAMS, O. ph FREEMAN, A. ph FREDERICK, A p Totals

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Score by Innings Furman USC Upstate

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E - HALL. LOB - UPST 8; Coastal 10. 2B - BRASIL. HBP - GIBBS; FELDON. SH - RIFFEL, K.. SB CHEWNING. CS - PATTERSON. Strikeouts - BRASIL; SARRATT; SNELLINGS, S. Walks - HALL 2; SNELLINGS, S; PISONE, A. 2; DODD, M.. USC Upstate

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Game 16 • Upstate 6, Furman USC Upstate3Softball - 2009 Furman at USC Upstate (Game 2) March 18, 2009 Mar • Spartanburg, S.C. 18, 2009 at Spartanburg, S.C. (Cyrill Stadium)

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HBP - by CHILDERS (EVANS, M.). PB - PISONE, A.. CI - PISONE, A.. Umpires - HP: Carl Blair 1B: Joe Riffle 3B: Al Porier Start: 3:00 pm Time: 1:52 Attendance: 97 Weather: 75, sunny, wind 5-10 mph

USC Upstate 0 (11-3)

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E - BRASIL; BAILEY, B.; EVANS, M.; PISONE, A.; DODD, M. 2. LOB - UPST 10; Coastal 6. 2B BRASIL; GIBBS; PATTERSON; MAPLES, S.; PISONE, A.. 3B - CHEWNING. HBP - EVANS, M.. SH - SARRATT. SB - BRASIL; GIBBS 2; LEWIS; SNELLINGS, S. Reached on CI - BRASIL. Strikeouts - CHEWNING; QUEVEDO; BALLARD, M.; BAILEY, B.; MAPLES, S.; SNELLINGS, S; DODD, M.; WILLIAMS, O.; FREEMAN, A.. Walks - FELDON; HALL; MAPLES, S.; SNELLINGS, S. USC Upstate

USC Upstate 7 (12-3)

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BRASIL, Kim c GIBBS, Heidi rf CHEWNING, Crislyn cf FELDON, Courtney 2b/dp QUEVEDO, Lauren 1b LOCKEY, Melissa pr PATTERSON, Amber lf SARRATT, Keri 3b TATE, Courtney pr BARTHA, Sydney dp LEWIS, Janna 2b HALL, Monica ss HAMILTON, Amber p RICE, Brittany p CHILDERS, Morgan p Totals

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WP - EDWARDS, K.. HBP - by EDWARDS, K. (GIBBS); by EDWARDS, K. (FELDON). PB - DODD, M.. Umpires - HP: Joe Riffle 1B: Al Porier 3B: Carl Blair Start: 5:20 pm Time: 1:30 Attendance: 97 Weather: 70, sunny

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2009 Game Boxes Game 17 • Campbell 1,USC Upstate 0 - 2009 Upstate Softball Campbell at USC Upstate (Game 1) March 20, 2009 Mar • Spartanburg, S.C. 20, 2009 at Spartanburg, S.C. (Cyrill Stadium) Campbell 1 (18-6,4-1 A-Sun) Player

Score by Innings Campbell USC Upstate

USC Upstate 0 (13-4,0-1 A-Sun)

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Game 19 • ETSU 3, Upstate 1 Softball - 2009 USC Upstate USC Upstate at East Tennessee State (Game 1) March 22, 2009Mar• Johnson City, Tenn. 22, 2009 at Johnson City, Tenn. (Lady Buc Field)

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BRASIL, Kim c GIBBS, Heidi rf CHEWNING, Crislyn cf FELDON, Courtney 2b MOLKENTHIN, Katelyn pr QUEVEDO, Lauren 1b PATTERSON, Amber lf SARRATT, Keri 3b LOCKEY, Melissa pr HALL, Monica ss TORBERT, Jenna dp LEWIS, Janna pr CHILDERS, Morgan p Totals

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BRASIL, Kim c GIBBS, Heidi rf CHEWNING, Crislyn cf FELDON, Courtney 2b LOCKEY, Melissa 2b QUEVEDO, Lauren 1b MOLKENTHIN, Katelyn 1b PATTERSON, Amber lf SARRATT, Keri 3b WILLIAMS, Becca 3b HALL, Monica ss LEWIS, Janna ss MITCHELL, Ana ss TORBERT, Jenna dp TATE, Courtney dp CHILDERS, Morgan p HAMILTON, Amber p Totals

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Score by Innings USC Upstate East Tennessee State

E - MILLER, A.(3); McGEE, T.(2). LOB - Campbell 6; Upstate 7. HR - McGEE, T.(5). SH - GOLDBACH, L.(1); CHEWNING(1). Reached on CI - BRASIL. Strikeouts - MILLER, A.; HINTON, K.; LOVE, K 2; STANLEY, B. 4; MELTON, C. 3; STEPHAN, L. 2; GOLDBACH, L.; QUEVEDO; TORBERT. Walks - MILLER, A. 2; LOVE, K; FELDON; HALL. Campbell

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CI - McGEE, T.. Umpires - HP: Ed Clark 1B: Tammy Delorey 3B: Alan Standiford Start: 4:00 pm Time: 1:43 Attendance: 85 Weather: Sunny, 63 Degrees

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Game 18 • Upstate 6, Campbell 2 - 2009 USC Upstate Softball Campbell at USC Upstate (Game 2) March 20, 2009 Mar • Spartanburg, S.C. 20, 2009 at Spartanburg, S.C. (Cyrill Stadium) Campbell 2 (18-7,4-2 A-Sun) Player

Score by Innings Campbell USC Upstate

USC Upstate 6 (14-4,1-1 A-Sun)

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Game 20 • ETSU 1, Upstate 0 Softball - 2009 USC Upstate Upstate at East Tennessee State (Game 2) March 22, 2009Mar•USC Johnson City, Tenn. 22, 2009 at Johnson City, Tenn. (Lady Buc Field)

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BRASIL, Kim c GIBBS, Heidi rf CHEWNING, Crislyn cf FELDON, Courtney dp BARTHA, Sydney pr QUEVEDO, Lauren 1b TATE, Courtney pr PATTERSON, Amber lf SARRATT, Keri 3b WILLIAMS, Becca pr HALL, Monica ss/2b LEWIS, Janna 2b/ss HAMILTON, Amber p CHILDERS, Morgan p Totals

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BRASIL, Kim c GIBBS, Heidi rf CHEWNING, Crislyn cf MOLKENTHIN, Katelyn cf FELDON, Courtney 2b/dp QUEVEDO, Lauren 1b PATTERSON, Amber lf SARRATT, Keri 3b MITCHELL, Ana ss LOCKEY, Melissa ss TORBERT, Jenna dp LEWIS, Janna 2b CHILDERS, Morgan p Totals Score by Innings USC Upstate East Tennessee State

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WP - STEPHAN, L. 2(4). HBP - by STEPHAN, L. (GIBBS). Umpires - HP: Tammy Delorey 1B: Alan Standiford 3B: Ed Clark Start: 6:05 pm Time: 1:46 Attendance: 85 Weather: Sunny, 58

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E - MILLER, A.(4); GOLDBACH, L.; MICHAEL, K.(2); BRASIL(3). DP - Campbell 2; Upstate 1. LOB Campbell 3; Upstate 6. 2B - QUEVEDO(5); PATTERSON(2); SARRATT(1). HR - STANLEY, B.(4); LEATHERS, R.(7). HBP - GIBBS. SF - CHEWNING(2). SB - BRASIL(5); CHEWNING 2(4); BARTHA(1); TATE(1). Strikeouts - WOODCOCK, K.; HINTON, K.; LOVE, K; McGEE, T.; STEPHAN, L. 2; STANLEY, B.; LEATHERS, R.; GOLDBACH, L.; ELKS, M.; PATTERSON; SARRATT. Walks - GIBBS; FELDON; HALL. Campbell

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2010 Upstate Softball Spartans

2009 Game Boxes Game 21 • Charlotte 3,USC Upstate 1 - 2009 Upstate Softball USC Upstate at Charlotte (Game 1) March 24, 2009Mar • Charlotte, N.C. 24, 2009 at Charlotte, N.C. (49ers Softball Field) USC Upstate 1 (14-7)

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GIBBS, Heidi rf PATTERSON, Amber lf TORBERT, Jenna lf SARRATT, Keri 3b HALL, Monica ph QUEVEDO, Lauren 1b CHEWNING, Crislyn cf FELDON, Courtney dp WILLIAMS, Becca pr MITCHELL, Ana ss MOLKENTHIN, Katelyn pr LEWIS, Janna 2b BRASIL, Kim c CHILDERS, Morgan p Totals Score by Innings USC Upstate Charlotte

Game 23 • Florida GulfUSC Coast Upstate Upstate8, Softball - 2009 0 USC Upstate at #20 Florida Gulf Coast (Game 1) March 26, 2009 • Ft. Myers, Fla. Mar 26, 2009 at Fort Myers, Fla. (FGCU Softball Complx)

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E - GIBBS; MITCHELL; FRANTZ. LOB - UPST 4; FGCU 8. 2B - SARRATT; BRASIL; GARY; GREEN. HBP PAEZ. SB - ZIEGLER; GARY. CS - CHEWNING; IACHINI. Strikeouts - HALL; WALDRON 2; PIQUETTE. Walks - QUEVEDO; JENKS 3; WALDRON; CARTER; MILLER.

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HBP - by HAMILTON (PAEZ). BK - HAMILTON; RICE 2. PB - BRASIL. Umpires Start: 5:53 pm Time: 1:44 Attendance: 202 RICE faced 2 batters in the 1st.

WP - HAMILTON. HBP - by K. Hackett (QUEVEDO); by G. Allen (MITCHELL). Umpires - HP: Robert Burrell 1B: Raymond McDowell Start: 5:10 pm Time: 1:57 Attendance: 75 Weather: Sunny, 62 degrees

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Game 23 • Florida GulfUSC Coast Upstate 2 Upstate10, Softball - 2009 USC Upstate at #20 Florida Gulf Coast (Game 2) March 26, 2009 • Ft. Myers, Fla. Mar 26, 2009 at Fort Myers, Fla. (FGCU Softball Complx)

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LOB - UPST 3; FGCU 6. HR - PAEZ; JENKS 2. SH - QUEVEDO. SF - PAEZ 2. SB - MOLKENTHIN; ZIEGLER. Strikeouts - CHEWNING; PATTERSON; MITCHELL 2; HALL; CARTER; O'MARA; PIQUETTE. Walks - JENKS 2; PIQUETTE.

Game 22 • Upstate 7, Charlotte 2 - 2009 USC Upstate Softball USC Upstate at Charlotte (Game 2) March 24, 2009Mar • Charlotte, N.C. 24, 2009 at Charlotte, N.C. (49ers Softball Field) Player

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DP - Charlotte 1. LOB - USC Upstate 7; Charlotte 4. 2B - GIBBS(6); K. Palma(4). HR - K. Palma(2). SH - J. Rumbles(4). Strikeouts - PATTERSON 3; TORBERT; SARRATT 2; FELDON; MITCHELL; LEWIS; BRASIL; C. Brooks; J. Rumbles; L. Vela. Walks - HALL; FELDON 2; MITCHELL; LEWIS; C. Brooks; K. Palma; W. Williams. USC Upstate

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2010 Upstate Softball Spartans

2009 Game Boxes Game 25 • Upstate 7, Stetson USC Upstate4Softball - 2009 USC Upstate at Stetson (Game 1) March 28, 2009 Mar • DeLand, Fla. 28, 2009 at DeLand, Fla. (Patricia Wilson Fld) USC Upstate 7 (16-9,2-5 A-SUN) Player

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Game 27 • Upstate 9, Western USC Upstate Carolina Softball - 20092 USC Upstate at Western Carolina (Game 1) April 1, 2009 •AprCullowhee, N.C. 01, 2009 at Cullowhee, N.C. (Catamunt SB Complex)

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JOYCE, Amy cf MIGLIORI, Andrea 1b TUCKER, Jesse pr LINDSEY, Amanda p MASUCCI, Jillian pr PELTZ, Nicole p LOKEINSKY, Jessica c TURNER, Grace pr TROTTO, Chelsey ss PERNA, Katelyn dp KNIPP, Brittany lf LAWRENCE, Katie ph BAILEY, Amanda rf BARNES, Heather 2b VOELLER, Megan 3b Totals

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BRASIL, Kim c GIBBS, Heidi rf CHEWNING, Crislyn cf QUEVEDO, Lauren 1b WILLIAMS, Becca pr SARRATT, Keri 3b LOCKEY, Melissa pr PATTERSON, Amber lf TORBERT, Jenna dp MOLKENTHIN, Katelyn pr FELDON, Courtney dp HALL, Monica ss LEWIS, Janna 2b CHILDERS, Morgan p Totals Score by Innings USC Upstate Western Carolina

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LOB - UPST 8; WCU 8. 2B - Fowler(5); Burnside(3). HR - CHEWNING(3); Schaffer(3); Hawkins(3). HBP - QUEVEDO; HALL; Beatty. SH - Ross(3). SF - HALL(1); LEWIS(1); Beatty(1). Strikeouts - BRASIL; CHEWNING; QUEVEDO; SARRATT; PATTERSON; Fowler; Ross; Hauser 3; Reese 2; Gay. Walks - Ross. USC Upstate

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WP - CHILDERS. HBP - by DEMERS (GIBBS). Umpires - HP: Stanley Montanye 1B: Leo Fleming 3B: Laura Witter Start: 6:30 pm Time: 1:55 Attendance: 178 Weather: Cloudy, 88 degrees HAMILTON faced 2 batters in the 4th.

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Game 26 • Upstate 5, Stetson USC Upstate4Softball - 2009 USC Upstate at Stetson (Game 2) March 28, 2009 Mar • DeLand, Fla. 28, 2009 at DeLand, Fla. (Patricia Wilson Fld) Player

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E - GIBBS(2). DP - WCU 1. LOB - UPST 6; WCU 5. 2B - BRASIL(6); CHEWNING(3); Burnside(3). 3B CHEWNING(3). HR - SARRATT(1). HBP - PATTERSON. SH - FELDON(2). SF - Gay(1). SB - CHEWNING(5); PATTERSON(3). CS - MITCHELL(1). Strikeouts - QUEVEDO 2; SARRATT; FELDON 2; MITCHELL; Schaffer; Hawkins; Ross; Barrineau; Reese. Walks - CHEWNING; SARRATT; PATTERSON; HALL 2; MITCHELL.

HBP - by LINDSEY (GIBBS). BK - CHILDERS. CI - LOKEINSKY. Umpires - HP: Laura Witter 1B: Stanley Montanye 3B: Leo Fleming Start: 4 p.m. Time: 2:02 Attendance: 169 Weather: Cloudy, 88 degrees

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BRASIL, Kim c GIBBS, Heidi rf CHEWNING, Crislyn cf QUEVEDO, Lauren 1b SARRATT, Keri 3b TATE, Courtney pr PATTERSON, Amber lf FELDON, Courtney dp TORBERT, Jenna ph MOLKENTHIN, Katelyn pr HALL, Monica 2b MITCHELL, Ana ss CHILDERS, Morgan p HAMILTON, Amber p Totals

E - QUEVEDO; MITCHELL; LINDSEY; LOKEINSKY; TROTTO; BARNES. LOB - USC Upstate 13; Stetson 9. 2B BRASIL(5); SARRATT(4); PATTERSON 2(5). 3B - MITCHELL(1). HBP - GIBBS. SH - MITCHELL; TROTTO. SB - MITCHELL(1); TROTTO(3). CS - BRASIL. Reached on CI - BRASIL. Strikeouts - BRASIL; FELDON; QUEVEDO 2; SARRATT; TORBERT; JOYCE; PERNA; KNIPP 3. Walks - BRASIL; SARRATT; MITCHELL 2; MIGLIORI; LINDSEY; LOKEINSKY; TROTTO 2. USC Upstate

Western Carolina 2 (9-19)

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2010 Upstate Softball Spartans

2009 Game Boxes Game 29 • Upstate 1, North Florida USC Upstate Softball0 - 2009 North Florida at USC Upstate (Game 1) April 4, 2009 • Spartanburg, S.C. Apr 04, 2009 at Spartanburg, S.C. (Cyrill Stadium) North Florida 0 (18-21,4-5 A-Sun) Player

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BLOCK, Britanie ss GODWIN, Ariana cf BATTAGLIA, Ashley c RUTENBAR, Kara rf PPAYNE, Airen dp MOSELEY, Amanda 2b FINDLEY, Devyn p TORRE, Caroline 1b WILLIAMS, Laura lf BAILEY, Allyson 3b Totals Score by Innings North Florida USC Upstate

USC Upstate 1 (20-9,5-6 A-Sun)

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Game 31 • Upstate 2, Charleston Southern 1 USC Upstate Softball - 2009 USC Upstate at Charleston Southern (Game 1) April 7, 2009 • Charleston, S.C. Apr 07, 2009 at Charleston, S.C. (Buccaneer Field)

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BRASIL, Kim c GIBBS, Heidi rf CHEWNING, Crislyn cf QUEVEDO, Lauren 1b FELDON, Courtney dp PATTERSON, Amber lf SARRATT, Keri 3b HALL, Monica 2b MITCHELL, Ana ss TORBERT, Jenna ph CHILDERS, Morgan p Totals

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BLOCK, Britanie ss GODWIN, Ariana cf BATTAGLIA, Ashley c RUTENBAR, Kara rf PPAYNE, Airen dp MOSELEY, Amanda 2b TORRE, Caroline 1b BAILEY, Allyson 3b WILLIAMS, Laura lf PULLING, Lauren ph DENT, Shaina p FINDLEY, Devyn p Totals Score by Innings North Florida USC Upstate

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LOMBARD, M. ss TRENKAMP, A. 2b HALL, M. 1b MATSUSHIMA,G 3b YORK, B. pr WELLONS, J. p KELLEHER, K. dp EDWARDS, E. c ALLEN, C. pr ADAMS, M. lf GIANNINI, B. cf FOWLER, A. rf Totals

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Game 32 • Charleston USC Southern 8, Upstate 0 Upstate Softball - 2009 USC Upstate at Charleston Southern (Game 2) April 7, 2009 • Charleston, S.C. Apr 07, 2009 at Charleston, S.C. (Buccaneer Field)

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BRASIL, Kim c GIBBS, Heidi rf CHEWNING, Crislyn cf QUEVEDO, Lauren 1b MOLKENTHIN, Katelyn pr PATTERSON, Amber lf SARRATT, Keri 3b LEWIS, Janna 2b HALL, Monica ss LOCKEY, Melissa dp HAMILTON, Amber p RICE, Brittany p Totals

E 3 0

Score by Innings USC Upstate Charleston Southern

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LOMBARD, M. ss HALL, M. 1b YORK, B. c MATSUSHIMA,G 3b TRENKAMP, A. pr WELLONS, J. dp RICE, L. 2b FOWLER, A. rf EDWARDS, E. c ADAMS, M. lf GIANNINI, B. cf KELLEHER, K. ph VETTER, S. p Totals R 0 8

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DENT, Shaina FINDLEY, Devyn L,8-15 USC Upstate

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WP - HAMILTON; RICE 2. Umpires Start: 4:5o pm Time: 1:21 Attendance: 54 Weather: Windy, Freezing

HBP - by FINDLEY (QUEVEDO). Umpires - HP: TAmmy Delorey 1B: Albert Piorier 3B: Phil Freels Start: 3:45 pm Time: 1:52 Attendance: 95 Weather: Sunny, 75

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E - BLOCK(5); BATTAGLIA(6); MOSELEY(6). LOB - UNF 8; Upstate 10. 2B - BRASIL(7); LEWIS(1). HR BLOCK(2). HBP - QUEVEDO. SB - GODWIN(10); GIBBS(7). Strikeouts - BATTAGLIA; MOSELEY; TORRE; WILLIAMS, L; FINDLEY; CHEWNING; QUEVEDO; FELDON 2; MOLKENTHIN; LEWIS 2; MITCHELL. Walks - BLOCK; TORRE 2; BRASIL; SARRATT. ip

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Note: 1 out, 2 runners LOB when the game ended.

North Florida

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WP - CHILDERS; WELLONS, J.. HBP - by WELLONS, J. (QUEVEDO); by CHILDERS (MATSUSHIMA,G). Umpires Start: 3:00 pm Time: 1:33 Attendance: 47 Weather: Windy

BRASIL, Kim c GIBBS, Heidi rf CHEWNING, Crislyn cf QUEVEDO, Lauren 1b LOCKEY, Melissa pr FELDON, Courtney dp MOLKENTHIN, Katelyn dp PATTERSON, Amber lf SARRATT, Keri 3b LEWIS, Janna 2b MITCHELL, Ana ss HAMILTON, Amber p CHILDERS, Morgan p Totals

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HBP - by FINDLEY (GIBBS). PB - BATTAGLIA(3). Umpires - HP: Phil Freels 1B: Tammy Delorey 3B: Albert Poirier Start: 2:00 pm Time: 1:14 Attendance: 95 Weather: Sunny 75

North Florida 1 (18-22,5-7 A-Sun)

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BRASIL, Kim c GIBBS, Heidi rf CHEWNING, Crislyn cf QUEVEDO, Lauren 1b MOLKENTHIN, Katelyn pr PATTERSON, Amber lf SARRATT, Keri 3b TORBERT, Jenna dp HALL, Monica dp LEWIS, Janna 2b MITCHELL, Ana ss BARTHA, Sydney ss CHILDERS, Morgan p Totals

LOB - UNF 2; Upstate 2. 2B - BATTAGLIA(21). HBP - GIBBS. SB - GIBBS(6). Strikeouts - GODWIN; RUTENBAR, KA; PAYNE; MOSELEY; TORRE 2; WILLIAMS, L; BRASIL; FELDON; MITCHELL; TORBERT. Walks - QUEVEDO. North Florida

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2010 Upstate Softball Spartans

2009 Game Boxes Game 33 • Upstate 10, USC Belmont 2 - 2009 Upstate Softball Belmont at USC Upstate (Game 1) April 11, 2009 • Apr Spartanburg, S.C. 11, 2009 at Spartanburg, S.C. (Cyrill Stadium) Belmont 2 (9-18,1-6 A-Sun) Player

Score by Innings Belmont USC Upstate

USC Upstate 10 (23-10,6-5 A-Sun)

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THONI, Dawn 2b IRWIN, Hannah c PARKS, Sammi 1b BOLLIN, Cassie ss BABINGTON, Brooke lf BRENZIE, Hannah p HARMON, Julie p BYERS, Ashley p BENTLEY, Sara 3b GIER, Erin rf CASH, Kelley cf Totals

Game 35 • Lipscomb 9,USCUpstate 1 - 2009 Upstate Softball Lipscomb at USC Upstate (Game 1) April 12, 2009 • Apr Spartanburg, S.C. 12, 2009 at Spartanburg, S.C. (Cyrill Stadium)

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BRASIL, Kim c GIBBS, Heidi rf CHEWNING, Crislyn cf QUEVEDO, Lauren 1b PATTERSON, Amber lf SARRATT, Keri 3b HALL, Monica dp/ss LEWIS, Janna 2b MITCHELL, Ana ss/dp TATE, Courtney pr MOLKENTHIN, Katelyn pr CHILDERS, Morgan p HAMILTON, Amber p Totals R 2 10

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DORTWEGT, Lauren cf BILLINGTON, Courtney 2b SIRUS, Kellie 1b KEESE, Abby ss CAMPBELL, Christen 3b MITCHELL, Mollie c MEDINA, Vanessa dp ROTTLER, Megan dp MASON, Caroline rf TUCKER, Mackenzie lf KIIHNL, Whitney p Totals Score by Innings Lipscomb USC Upstate

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E - THONI(2); PARKS(2); BENTLEY(12); MITCHELL(3). LOB - Belmont 7; Upstate 5. 2B - BABINGTON(2); BRASIL(8). HBP - PARKS; HALL. SH - IRWIN(5); BENTLEY 2(5); GIER(1). SF - SARRATT(1). SB - BRASIL 2(7); GIBBS(8); CHEWNING(6); HALL(2); LEWIS(4); MITCHELL(3). CS - MOLKENTHIN(1). Strikeouts - IRWIN; PARKS 2; HARMON; GIER; CASH; GIBBS. Walks - IRWIN; BRENZIE; BRASIL; GIBBS 2; CHEWNING 2; PATTERSON; HALL; LEWIS. ip

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BRASIL, Kim c GIBBS, Heidi rf CHEWNING, Crislyn cf QUEVEDO, Lauren 1b PATTERSON, Amber lf SARRATT, Keri 3b TORBERT, Jenna dp LOCKEY, Melissa pr LEWIS, Janna 2b HALL, Monica ss CHILDERS, Morgan p Totals

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E - TUCKER(2); LEWIS(3). LOB - Lipscomb 9; Upstate 3. 2B - MITCHELL(2); MASON(7). HR - MASON(4). SH - LEWIS(7). SF - GIBBS(1). SB - TUCKER(3). Strikeouts - SIRUS; CAMPBELL; MEDINA; BRASIL; CHEWNING; QUEVEDO 2; SARRATT; TORBERT; HALL 2. Walks - KEESE; MITCHELL; TUCKER; GIBBS.

Note: 2 outs, 1 runner LOB when the game ended.

Belmont

USC Upstate 1 (24-11,7-6 A-Sun)

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WP - BRENZIE 2(6); HARMON(9); BYERS 4(9); CHILDERS(5). HBP - by HARMON (HALL); by HAMILTON (PARKS). PB - IRWIN(8). Umpires - HP: Bob Wood 1B: Tim Abercrombie 3B: Eric Philbert Start: 1:00 pm Time: 1:52 Attendance: 154 Weather: Mostly Sunny, 65 degrees BRENZIE faced 5 batters in the 3rd. HARMON faced 1 batter in the 5th.

Game 34 • Upstate 6, Belmont USC Upstate 2 Softball - 2009 Belmont at USC Upstate (Game 2) April 11, 2009 • Apr Spartanburg, S.C. 11, 2009 at Spartanburg, S.C. (Cyrill Stadium) Belmont 2 (9-19,1-7 A-Sun) Player

Score by Innings Belmont USC Upstate

USC Upstate 6 (24-10,7-5 A-Sun)

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THONI, Dawn 2b IRWIN, Hannah c GIER, Erin pr BABINGTON, Brooke lf BRENZIE, Hannah 3b/1b COOK, Stayci dp BOLLIN, Cassie ss PARKS, Sammi p/1b BENTLEY, Sara 1b/3b BENNETT, Elly rf BUNTIN, Amanda ph CASH, Kelley cf Totals

Game 36 • Lipscomb 3,USCUpstate 0 - 2009 Upstate Softball Lipscomb at USC Upstate (Game 2) April 12, 2009 • Apr Spartanburg, S.C. 12, 2009 at Spartanburg, S.C. (Cyrill Stadium)

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BRASIL, Kim c GIBBS, Heidi rf CHEWNING, Crislyn cf QUEVEDO, Lauren 1b PATTERSON, Amber lf SARRATT, Keri 3b WILLIAMS, Becca pr TORBERT, Jenna dp LOCKEY, Melissa pr HALL, Monica dp LEWIS, Janna 2b MITCHELL, Ana ss MOLKENTHIN, Katelyn pr CHILDERS, Morgan p Totals

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DORTWEGT, Lauren cf BILLINGTON, Courtney 2b SIRUS, Kellie 1b KEESE, Abby ss CAMPBELL, Christen 3b MITCHELL, Mollie c MASON, Caroline rf ROTTLER, Megan dp TUCKER, Mackenzie lf JACOBSON, Alaina p Totals Score by Innings Lipscomb USC Upstate

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PARKS, Sammi L,3-10 BRENZIE, Hannah USC Upstate

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WP - PARKS(1). Umpires - HP: Tim Abercrombie 1B: Eric Philbert 3B: Bob Wood Start: 3:20 pm Time: 1:53 Attendance: 154 Weather: Mostly Sunny, 70 degrees

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E - DORTWEGT(1); SIRUS(3); BRASIL(4); SARRATT 2(7). LOB - Lipscomb 11; Upstate 6. 2B SIRUS(12); MITCHELL(2). HBP - MITCHELL. Strikeouts - ROTTLER; PATTERSON; SARRATT; MITCHELL. Walks - SIRUS; ROTTLER; GIBBS.

E - BRENZIE(9); BOLLIN(10); SARRATT(5). LOB - Belmont 3; Upstate 9. 2B - CHEWNING(4); TORBERT(2). HR - BABINGTON(1). SH - LEWIS(6). SF - PATTERSON(1). SB - SARRATT(3); LEWIS(5). Strikeouts - THONI; IRWIN; BRENZIE 2; COOK 2; BOLLIN; BENTLEY; BENNETT; CHEWNING; PATTERSON; LEWIS. Walks - PARKS; BRASIL; QUEVEDO; TORBERT. Belmont

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2010 Upstate Softball Spartans

2009 Game Boxes Game 37 • South Carolina 3, Upstate 2 USC Upstate Softball - 2009 USC Upstate at South Carolina April 15, 2009 • Columbia, S.C. Apr 15, 2009 at Columbia, S.C. (Beckham Field) USC Upstate 2 (24-13)

South Carolina 3 (18-17)

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BRASIL, Kim c GIBBS, Heidi rf CHEWNING, Crislyn cf QUEVEDO, Lauren 1b PATTERSON, Amber lf SARRATT, Keri 3b LOCKEY, Melissa pr HALL, Monica dp LEWIS, Janna 2b MITCHELL, Ana ss CHILDERS, Morgan p Totals

Score by Innings USC Upstate South Carolina

Game 39 • Upstate 8, Jacksonville 4- 2009 USC Upstate Softball Jacksonville at USC Upstate (Game 2) April 17, 2009 • Apr Spartanburg, S.C. 17, 2009 at Spartanburg, S.C. (Cyrill Stadium)

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Mendes, L. 1b Voigt, A. lf Stubblefield cf Semento, J. ss Childs, E. 2b Walker, L. 3b Davis, C. pr Fulmer, P. c Lackey, L. rf Westfall, K. dp Wetherbee ph Broyles, A. p White, K. p Totals

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KELLY, Katie ss MORA, Ashley lf NOVAK, Alexis rf SCHMIDT, Amanda 3b CARMACK, Brie dp MORALES, Melissa 2b BRUEMMER, Simone c MOSELEY, Amber 1b ENGLER, Katarina cf SIGREST, Sarah p SAMUELS, Jackie p IVESON, Ashley p Totals Score by Innings Jacksonville USC Upstate

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Rappe cf Rembielak ss Boyd 3b Lighton c B. Gaston rf Stubbs p Squartino ph Whitlock 1b Price ph A. Gaston lf McIntyre 2b Fister dp Totals

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E - QUEVEDO(3); HALL(5); B. Gaston(4); McIntyre(12). LOB - UPST 7; ASU 3. 2B - BRASIL(12). HR CHEWNING(4); Boyd(14). CS - LOCKEY(1). Strikeouts - Rappe; Rembielak; Boyd; Stubbs 2; Squartino; Whitlock; Price; McIntyre. Walks SARRATT.

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BRASIL, Kim c GIBBS, Heidi rf CHEWNING, Crislyn cf PATTERSON, Amber lf TORBERT, Jenna dp MOLKENTHIN, Katelyn pr LEWIS, Janna 2b QUEVEDO, Lauren 1b LOCKEY, Melissa pr SARRATT, Keri 3b HALL, Monica ss MITCHELL, Ana ss CHILDERS, Morgan p Totals

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E - KELLY, K 2(14); SHAVERS, K 2(10); MORALES, M(6). DP - Upstate 1. LOB - Jacksonville 7; Upstate 7. 2B - BRASIL(9). HBP - SARRATT. SH - KELLY, K(4); SCHMIDT, A(8); SARRATT(5). SB BRASIL(8); GIBBS(9); LOCKEY(3); LEWIS(6). Strikeouts - KELLY, K 2; MORA, A; NOVAK, A; CARMACK, B; SHAVERS, K 3; MOSELEY, A 2; BRUEMMER, S; BRASIL; GIBBS; QUEVEDO; TORBERT; MITCHELL 2. Walks - NOVAK, A; ENGLER, K; GIBBS; QUEVEDO.

IVESON, Ashley L,8-10

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E - Mendes, L.(5). LOB - USC Upstate 5; S. Carolina 6. 2B - Lackey, L.(3). HR - BRASIL(1); Semento, J.(2). SH - SARRATT(4). SB - CHEWNING 2(8); Stubblefield(1). Strikeouts - QUEVEDO 2; PATTERSON; SARRATT; HALL; MITCHELL 2; Semento, J.; Fulmer, P.; Westfall, K.. Walks - Walker, L.. USC Upstate

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2009 Game Boxes Game 41 • AppalachianUSCState Upstate Upstate7, Softball - 2009 2 USC Upstate at Appalachian State (Game 2) April 21, 2009 • Boone, N.C. Apr 21, 2009 at Boone, N.C. (Sywassink/Lloyd) USC Upstate 2 (27-14)

USC Upstate Softball - 2009 USC Upstate at Kennesaw State (Game 2) Apr 24, 2009 at Kennesaw, Ga. (Bailey Park)

Appalachian State 7 (23-24)

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Game 43 • Upstate 1, Kennesaw State 0 April 24, 2009 • Kennesaw, Ga.

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Rappe cf Moose ph Rembielak ss Boyd 3b Lighton c B. Gaston rf Price 1b Squartino dp Whitlock pr A. Gaston lf McIntyre 2b Fister p Totals

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BRASIL, Kim c GIBBS, Heidi rf CHEWNING, Crislyn cf PATTERSON, Amber lf SARRATT, Keri 3b BARTHA, Sydney dp LEWIS, Janna 2b QUEVEDO, Lauren 1b HALL, Monica ph MITCHELL, Ana ss TORBERT, Jenna ph CHILDERS, Morgan p Totals

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E - MITCHELL; Rembielak(20); Boyd(12). DP - ASU 1. LOB - UPST 4; ASU 4. HR - Boyd(15). SH LEWIS; B. Gaston. SF - Lighton. SB - Rappe(28); Boyd(12); McIntyre(5). CS - GIBBS. Strikeouts - Squartino. Walks - Rappe; Boyd 2. USC Upstate

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WELLS 2b HUFFMAN 3b CLOSNER c TARVIN p MOORE 1b JOSEPH pr KULK rf WARREN dp HACKETT lf KEKAUALUA ss ALVARADO cf Totals

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E - HUFFMAN; WARREN; KEKAUALUA. LOB - UPST 5; KSU 5. SB - BRASIL. Strikeouts - WELLS 3; HUFFMAN; CLOSNER; TARVIN 2; WARREN; HACKETT; KEKAUALUA 2. Walks - BARTHA; KEKAUALUA.

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Game 42 • Kennesaw State 3, Upstate 0 USC Upstate Softball - 2009 USC Upstate at Kennesaw State (Game 1) April 24, 2009 • Kennesaw, Ga. Apr 24, 2009 at Kennesaw, Ga. (Bailey Park) USC Upstate 0 (27-15,9-8) Player

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USC Upstate Softball - 2009 USC Upstate at Mercer (Game 1) Apr 25, 2009 at Macon, Ga. (Sikes Field)

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BRASIL, Kim c GIBBS, Heidi rf CHEWNING, Crislyn cf PATTERSON, Amber lf QUEVEDO, Lauren 1b SARRATT, Keri 3b MOLKENTHIN, Katelyn pr TORBERT, Jenna dp BARTHA, Sydney dp MITCHELL, Ana ss LEWIS, Janna 2b CHILDERS, Morgan p HAMILTON, Amber p Totals

Game 44 • Upstate 2, Mercer 1 April 25, 2009 • Macon, Ga.

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WELLS 2b HUFFMAN 3b WARREN ph CLOSNER c TARVIN dp MOORE 1b CHAPMAN lf HACKETT lf KULK rf KEKAUALUA ss ALVARADO cf HARPER p Totals

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E - SARRATT; CHILDERS. LOB - UPST 4; KSU 7. 3B - TARVIN(1). HBP - MOORE. SH - BARTHA; ALVARADO 2. Strikeouts - SARRATT; TORBERT; CLOSNER 2; TARVIN; CHAPMAN 2; KEKAUALUA 2; ALVARADO. Walks SARRATT; LEWIS; HUFFMAN; KEKAUALUA. USC Upstate

CHILDERS, Morgan L,21-9 HAMILTON, Amber Kennesaw State

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Mercer 1 (34-16,13-6 A-Sun)

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2009 Game Boxes Game 45 • Mercer 3, Upstate 0 April 25, 2009 • Macon, Ga. USC Upstate Softball - 2009 USC Upstate at Mercer (Game 2) Apr 25, 2009 at Macon, Ga. (Sikes Field) USC Upstate 0 (29-16,11-9 A-Sun) Player

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BRASIL, Kim c GIBBS, Heidi rf CHEWNING, Crislyn dp PATTERSON, Amber lf QUEVEDO, Lauren 1b TATE, Courtney pr LEWIS, Janna 2b SARRATT, Keri 3b MITCHELL, Ana ss LOCKEY, Melissa cf HAMILTON, Amber p Totals

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Mercer 3 (35-16,14-6 A-Sun)

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OGLESBEE lf JONES, A dp RAYNOR 1b STUKES ss SHERRILL c ALIG pr NEILSON 3b ELLIS pr GOODMAN cf RUTHERFORD rf SANTA MARIA 2b JOHNSON ph RICHARDSON p Totals

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E - QUEVEDO(4); SANTA MARIA(4). LOB - UPST 4; Mercer 5. HR - STUKES(8). SH - LEWIS(9); RAYNOR(5); NEILSON(3); RUTHERFORD(1). SB - JOHNSON(21). Strikeouts - BRASIL; CHEWNING; PATTERSON; MITCHELL; LOCKEY; RAYNOR; SHERRILL. Walks - QUEVEDO 2; SHERRILL; GOODMAN. USC Upstate

HAMILTON, Amber L,4-6 Mercer

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2009 A-Sun Recap Regular Season

2009........... Campbell.....................................................16-4 2008........... USC Upstate..............................................16-6 ................... Florida Gulf Coast.......................................16-6 ................... Lipscomb....................................................16-6 2007........... Kennesaw State..........................................14-4 2006........... Stetson........................................................16-4 2005........... Troy.............................................................17-3 2004........... Florida Atlantic............................................17-3 2003........... Florida Atlantic............................................18-4 2002........... Florida Atlantic............................................16-2 2001........... Florida Atlantic..............................................9-5 ................... Jacksonville State.........................................9-5 ................... Stetson..........................................................9-5 2000........... Florida Atlantic............................................13-1 1999........... Florida Atlantic (East)..................................10-2 ................... Troy (West).................................................13-3 1998........... Florida Atlantic (East)..................................14-6 ................... Georgia State (West)..................................13-3 1997........... Florida Atlantic (East)..................................14-2 ................... Jacksonville State (West)...........................14-6 1996........... Campbell (East)..........................................13-3 ................... Jacksonville State (West)...........................13-3 1995........... Campbell (East)..........................................14-2 ................... Georgia State (West)..................................11-1 1994........... Stetson (East)...............................................6-2 ................... Southeastern Louisiana (West)....................7-5 ................... Georgia State (West)....................................7-5 ................... Centenary (West)..........................................7-5 1991-93...... No conference schedule 1986-90...... Standings not available Tournament Champions 2009........... Campbell 1, Mercer 0 2008........... Campbell 6, Stetson 3 (10 inn.) 2007........... Stetson 6, Gardner-Webb 4 2006........... Florida Atlantic 8, Stetson 4 2005........... Central Florida 3, Troy 1 2004........... Florida Atlantic 1, Central Florida 0 2003........... Florida Atlantic 5, Central Florida 1 2002........... Florida Atlantic 4, Georgia State 0 2001........... Florida Atlantic 1, Troy 0 2000........... Florida Atlantic 2, Stetson 0 1999........... Florida Atlantic 6, Troy 2 1998........... Florida Atlantic 3, Georgia Sate 2 (10 inn.) 1997........... Florida Atlantic 4, Jacksonville State 3 1996........... Jacksonville State 4, Campbell 3 (8 inn.) 1995........... Campbell 2, Florida Atlantic 1 (10 inn.) 1994........... Georgia State 2, Centenary 1 (9 inn.) 1993........... Georgia State 3, Stetson 0 1992........... Georgia State 4, Stetson 3 1991........... Samford 4, Georgia Southern 3 1990........... Georgia State 2, Samford 0 1989........... Georgia State 1, mercer 0 1988........... Stetson 5-6, Georgia State 4-0 1987........... Stetson 3-2-5, Georgia State 2-1-3 1986........... Stetson 5, Georgia State 4

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Regular Season Final Standings Team Campbell Florida Gulf Coast Lipscomb Mercer USC Upstate North Florida Jacksonville Kennesaw State ETSU Stetson Belmont

W 16 15 15 14 11 11 7 7 6 5 3

CONFERENCE L T Pct 4 0 .800 5 0 .750 5 0 .750 6 0 .700 9 0 .550 9 0 .550 13 0 .350 13 0 .350 14 0 .300 15 0 .250 17 0 .150

W 38 47 39 40 29 27 24 21 27 23 11

OVERALL L T 16 0 9 0 14 0 19 0 16 0 24 0 31 0 30 0 28 0 31 0 35 0

Pct .704 .839 .736 .678 .644 .529 .436 .412 .491 .426 .239

Individual Awards Player of the Year

Freshman of the Year

Pitcher of the Year

Coach of the Year

Cheyenne Jenks.......................................Florida Gulf Coast

Whitney Kiihnl........................................................ Lipscomb

Brittany Stanley......................................................Campbell

Drew Peterson........................................................Campbell

All-Conference Teams First Team

All-Freshman

P............ Brittany Stanley........................................Campbell P............ Jenni Holtz...................................................Mercer C............ Ashley Battaglia................................. North Florida IF........... Cheyenne Jenks........................Florida Gulf Coast IF........... Jessica Carter............................Florida Gulf Coast IF........... Karlie Love...............................................Campbell IF........... Kellie Sirus.............................................. Lipscomb OF.......... Courtney Platt............................Florida Gulf Coast OF.......... Lauran Ziegler............................Florida Gulf Coast OF.......... Holly Oglesbee............................................Mercer DP.......... Katie Kelly........................................... Jacksonville

P............ Shaina Dent....................................... North Florida P............ April Harper...................................Kennesaw State P............ Whitney Kiihnl......................................... Lipscomb P............ Christina Melton.......................................Campbell P............ Sarah Sigrest...................................... Jacksonville P/OF...... Catherine Tarvin............................Kennesaw State C............ Amy Campbell.............................................. ETSU C............ Taylor McGee...........................................Campbell C............ Mollie Mitchell......................................... Lipscomb IF/OF..... Courtney Billington.................................. Lipscomb OF.......... Carolina Mason....................................... Lipscomb

Second Team

P............ Morgan Childers........................................ Upstate P............ Whitney Kiihnl......................................... Lipscomb C............ Kim Brasil................................................... Upstate C............ Mollie Mitchell......................................... Lipscomb IF........... Robin Leathers........................................Campbell IF........... Amanda Miller..........................................Campbell IF........... Abby Keese............................................ Lipscomb IF........... Jessica Paez..............................Florida Gulf Coast OF.......... Hilary Wheatley........................................Campbell OF.......... Lauren Dortwegt..................................... Lipscomb OF.......... Amy Joyce..................................................Stetson DP.......... Christen Campbell.................................. Lipscomb

2009 A-Sun Tournament All-Tournament Team

Tournament MVP

Lauren Dortwegt.................................................... Lipscomb Jenni Holtz..................................................................Mercer Amy Joyce.................................................................Stetson Whitney Kiihnl........................................................ Lipscomb Jessica Lokeinsky......................................................Stetson Taylor McGee.........................................................Campbell Andrea Miglioro.........................................................Stetson Cassy Nelson.............................................................Mercer Kellie Sirus............................................................. Lipscomb Brittany Stanley......................................................Campbell Hilary Wheatley......................................................Campbell w

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Tournament Champion

Campbell......................................................def. Mercer, 1-0

NCAA Tournament

North Carolina def. Campbell, 21-2 Radford def. Campbell, 9-5

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2009 A-Sun Recap Overall Team Leaders Team Batting Florida Gulf Coast Lipscomb Campbell ETSU USC Upstate Mercer Jacksonville North Florida Belmont Kennesaw State Stetson

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Avg AB .351 1539 .300 1471 .29 41456 .269 1463 .265 1180 .258 1527 .241 1405 .235 1333 .231 1134 .230 1332 .214 1378

Team Pitching Lipscomb Mercer Stetson North Florida ETSU USC Upstate Campbell Florida Gulf Coast Kennesaw State Jacksonville Belmont

G 53 59 54 50 55 45 54 56 51 55 46

ERA 1.75 1.78 1.85 2.00 2.23 2.32 2.35 2.64 2.91 3.01 5.15

Team Fielding Mercer North Florida Lipscomb USC Upstate ETSU Campbell Kennesaw State Stetson Florida Gulf Coast Jacksonville Belmont

G 59 50 53 45 55 54 51 54 56 55 46

PO 1224 1049 1106 903 1123 1055 1017 1112 1082 1102 881

R 419 230 309 179 185 244 166 152 124 143 147

W 39 40 23 26 27 29 38 47 21 24 11 A 323 368 405 304 427 494 572 455 495 346 324

L 14 19 31 23 28 16 16 9 30 31 35

A-Sun Games Only Team Leaders H 540 441 428 393 313 394 338 313 262 307 295

2B 3B HR BB SO SB-ATT 83 14 69 242 269 80-104 69 8 38 125 175 38-48 59 5 81 177 338 50-62 40 4 12 73 196 67-90 51 7 15 99 166 56-73 66 4 34 156 267 64-80 53 5 10 113 276 15-23 75 4 16 111 269 23-32 38 3 19 99 207 10-20 43 5 19 113 352 24-29 34 2 29 187 344 41-54

Team Batting Florida Gulf Coast Lipscomb Campbell ETSU North Florida Jacksonville USC Upstate Mercer Stetson Kennesaw State Belmont

G 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20

Avg .338 .293 .276 .245 .228 .225 .221 .215 .213 .203 .199

S 2 1 1 3 0 6 7 9 3 1 2

IP 368.2 408.0 370.2 349.2 374.1 301.1 351.2 360.2 339.0 367.1 293.2

H 292 291 302 270 337 261 344 354 336 387 364

Team Pitching Mercer North Florida Lipscomb Campbell USC Upstate ETSU Kennesaw State Florida Gulf Coast Stetson Jacksonville Belmont

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ERA 0.97 1.27 1.31 1.56 2.45 2.46 2.47 2.65 2.76 3.59 6.12

E 40 40 45 37 49 54 63 67 74 73 75

Pct .975 .973 .971 .970 .969 .966 .962 .959 .955 .952 .941

DP 11 13 13 5 9 20 28 13 10 12 7

Team Fielding North Florida ETSU Mercer Campbell Stetson Lipscomb USC Upstate Florida Gulf Coast Kennesaw State Belmont Jacksonville

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R 116 120 145 123 153 125 183 186 170 218 284 PB 5 4 3 4 8 6 3 4 11 10 23

ER 92 104 98 100 119 100 118 136 141 158 216

BB 119 138 115 146 118 88 105 115 136 124 194

SO 304 427 362 375 253 303 278 233 182 270 227

SBA-ATT 49-68 32-52 27-37 22-25 36-62 44-56 39-49 45-57 32-39 78-91 85-97

Overall Team Fielding Leaders

AB 553 564 532 539 535 503 516 497 516 513 468

R 149 71 101 43 58 49 56 61 45 34 32

W 14 11 15 16 11 6 7 15 5 7 3

L 6 9 5 4 9 14 13 5 15 13 17

PO 430 419 413 405 395 432 411 381 399 364 398

A 160 170 114 201 173 160 134 189 231 137 125

H 187 165 147 132 122 113 114 107 110 104 93

2B 3B HR 20 4 27 23 2 15 19 1 31 11 0 3 27 1 7 20 0 5 21 3 0 17 1 10 12 1 7 13 2 5 13 1 5

BB 99 56 65 26 47 37 38 43 64 32 35

S 1 1 1 3 2 0 0 3 0 0 0

IP 137.2 143.1 144.0 135.0 137.0 139.2 133.0 127.0 131.2 132.2 121.1

H R ER BB SO 89 27 19 34 129 113 31 26 59 141 105 36 27 38 124 128 48 30 39 92 133 62 48 38 133 124 62 49 47 71 117 55 47 38 69 130 65 48 43 72 124 65 52 48 124 169 104 68 60 87 162 144 106 98 81

E 14 19 18 21 20 22 21 26 33 34 38

Pct .977 .969 .967 .967 .966 .964 .963 .956 .950 .936 .932

DP 5 5 3 9 4 3 2 3 11 1 3

PB 3 2 2 1 1 2 1 2 0 10 5

SO SB-ATT 88 24-31 68 13-16 140 8-11 81 20-28 98 10-12 92 5-6 73 28-34 106 19-25 118 12-19 151 6-8 108 4-5

SBA-ATT 8-15 4-7 10-16 12-14 11-14 13-18 11-14 5-7 9-13 30-36 36-41

Overall Individual Fielding Leaders

Fielding Percentage 1..... Mercer............................975 2..... North Florida..................973 3..... Lipscomb........................971 4..... USC Upstate.................970 5..... ETSU.............................969 6..... Campbell........................966 7..... Kennesaw State.............962 8..... Stetson...........................959 9..... Florida Gulf Coast..........955 10..... Jacksonville....................952 11..... Belmont..........................941

Assists 1..... Kennesaw State.............572 2..... Florida Gulf Coast..........495 3..... Campbell........................494 4..... Stetson...........................455 5..... ETSU.............................427 6..... Lipscomb........................405 7..... North Florida..................368 8..... Jacksonville....................346 9..... Belmont..........................324 10..... Mercer............................323 11..... USC Upstate.................304

Passed Balls 1..... Kennesaw State.................3 . ... Lipscomb............................3 3..... North Florida......................4 . ... USC Upstate.....................4 . ... Stetson...............................4 6..... Mercer................................5 7..... Campbell............................6 8..... ETSU.................................8 9..... Jacksonville......................10 10..... Florida Gulf Coast............11 11..... Belmont............................23

Chances 1......430......Ashley Battaglia..............UNF 2......406......Andrea Migliori................Stetson 3......379......Jessica Carter.................FGCU 4......373......Karlie Love......................Campbell 5......362......Mollie Mitchell..................Lipscomb

Caught Stealing By 1........21......Trisha Massenzo.............ETSU 2........20......Ashley Battaglia..............UNF 3........17......Marissa Hardy.................ETSU 4........15......Devyn Findley.................UNF 5........12......Taylor McGee..................Campbell

Putouts 1......386......Andrea Miglior.................Stetson 2......380......Ashley Battaglia..............UNF 3......365......Jessica Carter.................FGCU 4......356......Karlie Love......................Campbell 5......334......Jessie Hackworth............ETSU

Chances 1..... Kennesaw State...........1652 2..... Florida Gulf Coast........1651 3..... Stetson.........................1634 4..... Campbell.....................1603 5..... ETSU...........................1599 6..... Mercer..........................1587 7..... Lipscomb......................1556 8..... Jacksonville..................1521 9..... North Florida................1457 10..... Belmont........................1280 11..... USC Upstate...............1244

Errors 1..... USC Upstate...................37 2..... Mercer..............................40 . ... North Florida....................40 4..... Lipscomb..........................45 5..... ETSU...............................49 6..... Campbell..........................54 7..... Kennesaw State...............63 8..... Stetson.............................67 9..... Jacksonville......................73 10..... Florida Gulf Coast............74 11..... Belmont............................75

Catchers Interference 1..... Kennesaw State.................1 . ... Lipscomb............................1 . ... Stetson...............................1 . ... Mercer................................1 . ... Campbell............................1

Assists 1......137......Jessica Paez...................FGCU 2......127......Klair Wells.......................Kennesaw 3...... 119......Amanda Miller.................Campbell 4...... 118......Christen Campbell...........Lipscomb 5...... 117......Hollie Huffman.................Kennesaw

Errors 1........25......Jessica Paez...................FGCU 2........24......Sara Bentley....................Belmont 3........20......Chelsey Trotto.................Stetson 4........15......Amanda Miller.................Campbell 5........14......Cassie Bollin...................Belmont ........14......Cheyenne Jenks.............FGCU ........14......Katie Kelly.......................Jacksonville

Putouts 1..... Mercer..........................1224 2..... ETSU...........................1123 3..... Stetson......................... 1112 4..... Lipscomb......................1106 5..... Jacksonville..................1102 6..... Florida Gulf Coast........1082 7..... Campbell......................1055 8..... North Florida................1049 9..... Kennesaw State...........1017 10..... USC Upstate.................903 11..... Belmont..........................881

Fielding Double Plays 1..... Kennesaw State...............28 2..... Campbell..........................20 3..... Stetson.............................13 . ... Lipscomb..........................13 . ... North Florida....................13 6..... Jacksonville......................12 7..... Mercer..............................11 8..... Florida Gulf Coast............10 9..... ETSU.................................9 10..... Belmont..............................7 11..... USC Upstate.....................5 w

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Batting Average 1..... Florida Gulf Coast..........351 2..... Lipscomb........................300 3..... Campbell........................294 4..... ETSU.............................269 5..... USC Upstate.................265 6..... Mercer............................258 7..... Jacksonville....................241 8..... North Florida..................235 9..... Belmont..........................231 10..... Kennesaw State.............230 11..... Stetson...........................214

Triples 1.....Florida Gulf Coast............14 2..... Lipscomb............................8 3..... USC Upstate.....................7 4..... Campbell............................5 . ... Kennesaw State.................5 . ... Jacksonville........................5 7..... Mercer................................4 . ... North Florida......................4 . ... ETSU.................................4 10..... Belmont..............................3 11..... Stetson...............................2

Sacrifice Bunts 1..... ETSU...............................51 . ... North Florida....................51 3..... Lipscomb..........................49 4..... Jacksonville......................43 . ... Mercer..............................43 . ... Belmont............................43 7..... Stetson.............................33 8..... USC Upstate...................32 9..... Kennesaw State...............26 10..... Florida Gulf Coast............16 11..... Campbell............................7

Slugging Percentage 1..... Florida Gulf Coast..........558 2..... Campbell........................508 3..... Lipscomb........................435 4..... Mercer............................373 5..... USC Upstate.................358 6..... North Florida..................333 7..... ETSU.............................326 8..... Belmont..........................320 9..... Kennesaw State.............313 10..... Jacksonville....................307 11..... Stetson...........................305

Home Runs 1..... Campbell..........................81 2..... Florida Gulf Coast............69 3..... Lipscomb..........................38 4..... Mercer..............................34 5..... Stetson.............................29 6..... Belmont............................19 . ... Kennesaw State...............19 8..... North Florida....................16 9..... USC Upstate...................15 10..... ETSU...............................12 11..... Jacksonville......................10

Sacrifice Flies 1..... Florida Gulf Coast............13 2..... USC Upstate...................12 3..... Mercer..............................10 4..... ETSU.................................9 5..... Lipscomb............................7 . ... Jacksonville........................7 7..... Stetson...............................6 8..... North Florida......................5 . ... Belmont..............................5 10..... Campbell............................4 11..... Kennesaw State.................4

On Base Percerntage 1..... Florida Gulf Coast..........446 2..... Campbell........................383 3..... Lipscomb........................359 4..... USC Upstate.................334 5..... Mercer............................333 6..... Stetson...........................317 7..... ETSU.............................310 8..... Jacksonville....................307 9..... Kennesaw State.............304 10..... North Florida..................302 11..... Belmont..........................301

Total Bases 1..... Florida Gulf Coast..........858 2..... Campbell........................740 3..... Lipscomb........................640 4..... Mercer............................570 5..... ETSU.............................477 6..... North Florida..................444 7..... Jacksonville....................431 8..... USC Upstate.................423 9..... Stetson...........................420 10..... Kennesaw State.............417 11..... Belmont..........................363

Stolen Bases 1..... Florida Gulf Coast............80 2..... ETSU...............................67 3..... Mercer..............................64 4..... USC Upstate...................56 5..... Campbell..........................50 6..... Stetson.............................41 7..... Lipscomb..........................38 8..... Kennesaw State...............24 9..... North Florida....................23 10..... Jacksonville......................15 11..... Belmont............................10

Runs Scored 1..... Florida Gulf Coast..........419 2..... Campbell........................309 3..... Mercer............................244 4..... Lipscomb........................230 5..... USC Upstate.................185 6..... ETSU.............................179 7..... Jacksonville....................166 8..... North Florida..................152 9..... Stetson...........................147 10..... Kennesaw State.............143 11..... Belmont..........................124

Total Plate Appearances 1..... Florida Gulf Coast........1842 2..... Mercer..........................1756 3..... Campbell......................1680 4..... Lipscomb......................1666 5..... Stetson.........................1627 6..... ETSU...........................1615 7..... Jacksonville..................1593 8..... North Florida................1520 9..... Kennesaw State...........1505 10..... USC Upstate...............1354 11..... Belmont........................1288

Caught Stealing 1..... Kennesaw State.................5 2..... Jacksonville........................8 3..... North Florida......................9 4..... Lipscomb..........................10 . ... Belmont............................10 6..... Campbell..........................12 7..... Stetson.............................13 8..... Mercer..............................16 9..... USC Upstate...................17 10..... ETSU...............................23 11..... Florida Gulf Coast............24

Hits 1..... Florida Gulf Coast..........540 2..... Lipscomb........................441 3..... Campbell........................428 4..... Mercer............................394 5..... ETSU.............................393 6..... Jacksonville....................338 7..... North Florida..................313 . ... USC Upstate.................313 9..... Kennesaw State.............307 10..... Stetson...........................295 11..... Belmont..........................262

At Bats 1..... Florida Gulf Coast........1539 2..... Mercer..........................1527 3..... Lipscomb......................1471 4..... ETSU...........................1463 5..... Campbell......................1456 6..... Jacksonville..................1405 7..... Stetson.........................1378 8..... North Florida................1333 9..... Kennesaw State...........1332 10..... USC Upstate...............1180 11..... Belmont........................1134

Steal Attempts 1..... Florida Gulf Coast..........104 2..... ETSU...............................90 3..... Mercer..............................80 4..... USC Upstate...................73 5..... Campbell..........................62 6..... Stetson.............................54 7..... Lipscomb..........................48 8..... North Florida....................32 9..... Kennesaw State...............29 10..... Jacksonville......................23 11..... Belmont............................20

RBI 1..... Florida Gulf Coast..........381 2..... Campbell........................287 3..... Lipscomb........................212 4..... Mercer............................207 5..... USC Upstate.................150 6..... ETSU.............................142 7..... North Florida..................135 . ... Jacksonville....................135 9..... Kennesaw State.............133 10..... Stetson...........................132 11..... Belmont.......................... 111

Walks 1..... Florida Gulf Coast..........242 2..... Stetson...........................187 3..... Campbell........................177 4..... Mercer............................156 5..... Lipscomb........................125 6..... Kennesaw State.............113 . ... Jacksonville....................113 8..... North Florida.................. 111 9..... Belmont............................99 . ... USC Upstate...................99 11..... ETSU...............................73

Grounded Into DP 1..... ETSU.................................1 . ... Lipscomb............................1 . ... Mercer................................1 4..... Florida Gulf Coast..............2 . ... Kennesaw State.................2 6..... USC Upstate.....................3 . ... Belmont..............................3 8..... North Florida......................4 9..... Campbell............................5 10..... Jacksonville........................7 11..... Stetson...............................9

Doubles 1..... Florida Gulf Coast............83 2..... North Florida....................75 3..... Lipscomb..........................69 4..... Mercer..............................66 5..... Campbell..........................59 6..... Jacksonville......................53 7..... USC Upstate...................51 8..... Kennesaw State...............43 9..... ETSU...............................40 10..... Belmont............................38 11..... Stetson.............................34

Hit By Pitch 1..... Campbell..........................36 2..... Florida Gulf Coast............32 3..... Kennesaw State...............30 4..... USC Upstate...................28 5..... Jacksonville......................25 6..... Stetson.............................23 7..... North Florida....................20 . ... Mercer..............................20 9..... ETSU...............................19 10..... Belmont............................17 11..... Lipscomb..........................14 w

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Batting Average 1......473......Cheyenne Jenks.............FGCU 2......456......Jessica Carter.................FGCU 3......437......Courtney Platt.................FGCU 4......418......Kellie Sirus......................Lipscomb 5......388......Lauran Ziegler.................FGCU 6......384......Karlie Love......................Campbell 7......375......Lauren Dortwegt..............Lipscomb 8......374......Ashley Battaglia..............North Florida 9......351......Jessica Gary...................FGCU 10......345......Cheniece Cason..............ETSU Slugging Percentage 1...1.021......Cheyenne Jenks.............FGCU 2......770......Courtney Platt.................FGCU 3......755......Karlie Love......................Campbell 4......724......Kellie Sirus......................Lipscomb 5......695......Samantha Waldron..........FGCU On Base Percentage 1......622......Cheyenne Jenks.............FGCU 2......563......Courtney Platt.................FGCU 3......520......Jessica Carter.................FGCU 4......508......Karlie Love......................Campbell 5......482......Kellie Sirus......................Lipscomb Runs Scored 1........62......Lauran Ziegler.................FGCU 2........61......Cheyenne Jenks.............FGCU 3........58......Jessica Paez...................FGCU 4........54......Jessica Gary...................FGCU 5........46......Katie Hinton.....................Campbell Hits 1........73......Lauran Ziegler.................FGCU 2........72......Lauren Dortwegt..............Lipscomb 3........71......Kellie Sirus......................Lipscomb 4........69......Cheyenne Jenks.............FGCU 5........68......Jessica Carter.................FGCU

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RBI 1........73......Cheyenne Jenks.............FGCU 2........62......Jessica Paez...................FGCU 3........53......Karlie Love......................Campbell 4........50......Courtney Platt.................FGCU 5........49......Samantha Waldron..........FGCU ........49......Jessica Carter.................FGCU Doubles 1........25......Ashley Battalgia..............North Florida 2........17......Holly Oglesbee................Mercer ........17......Jessica Carter.................FGCU ........17......Kellie Sirus......................Lipscomb 5........17......Abby Keese.....................Lipscomb ........12......Kim Brasil......................Upstate Triples 1..........4......Samantha Waldron..........FGCU 2..........3......Crislyn Chewning............Upstate ..........3......Lauren Dortwegt..............Lipscomb ..........3......Jessica Paez...................FGCU 5..........2......9 tied Home Runs 1........23......Cheyenne Jenks.............FGCU 2........16......Karlie Love......................Campbell 3........15......Robin Leathers................Campbell ........15......Andrea Migliori................Stetson 5........14......Jessica Paez...................FGCU Total Bases 1......149......Cheyenne Jenks.............FGCU 2......123......Kellie Sirus......................Lipscomb 3...... 117......Jessica Paez...................FGCU 4...... 114......Karlie Love......................Campbell 5......106......Ashley Battaglia..............North Florida Total Plate Appearances 1......212......Lauran Ziegler.................FGCU 2...... 211......Jessica Paez...................FGCU ...... 211......Jessica Gary...................FGCU 4......209......Lauren Dortwegt..............Lipscomb ......209......Cheyenne Jenks.............FGCU ......209......Holly, Oglesbee...............Mercer At Bats 1......192......Lauren Dortwegt..............Lipscomb 2......191......Holly Oglesbee................Mercer ......191......Jessica Gary...................FGCU 4......188......Lauran Ziegler.................FGCU 5......183......Jessica Paez...................FGCU

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2010 Upstate Softball Spartans

2009 A-Sun Recap Overall Team Pitching Leaders

Overall Individual Pitching Leaders

Earned Run Average 1..... Lipscomb.......................1.75 2..... Mercer...........................1.78 3..... Stetson..........................1.85 4..... North Florida.................2.00 5..... ETSU............................2.23 6..... USC Upstate.................2.32 7..... Campbell.......................2.35 8..... Florida Gulf Coast.........2.64 9..... Kennesaw State............2.91 10..... Jacksonville...................3.01 11..... Belmont.........................5.15

Saves 1..... Florida Gulf Coast..............9 2.....Campbell............................7 3..... USC Upstate......................6 4..... Kennesaw State.................3 . ... North Florida......................3 6..... Lipscomb............................2 . ... Belmont..............................2 8..... Stetson...............................1 . ... Mercer................................1 . ... Jacksonville........................1 11..... ETSU.................................0

Earned Runs Allowed 1..... Lipscomb..........................92 2..... Stetson.............................98 3..... North Florida..................100 . ... USC Upstate..................100 5..... Mercer............................104 6..... Campbell........................118 7..... ETSU.............................119 8..... Florida Gulf Coast..........136 9..... Kennesaw State.............141 10..... Jacksonville....................158 11..... Belmont..........................216

Opponent Batting Average 1..... Mercer............................201 2..... North Florida..................212 3..... Lipscomb........................216 4..... Stetso.............................218 5..... USC Upstate..................230 6..... ETSU.............................240 7..... Florida Gulf Coast..........247 8..... Campbell........................254 9..... Kennesaw State.............260 10..... Jacksonville....................266 11..... Belmont..........................298

Shutouts 1..... Mercer..............................22 2..... Lipscomb..........................18 3..... Campbell..........................17 4..... ETSU...............................15 5..... Florida Gulf Coast............12 . ... Stetson.............................12 7..... USC Upstate...................10 8..... North Florida......................8 9..... Kennesaw State.................6 10..... Jacksonville........................5 11..... Belmont..............................4

Walks Allowed 1..... USC Upstate....................88 2..... Campbell........................105 3..... Stetson...........................115 . ... Florida Gulf Coast..........115 5..... ETSU.............................118 6..... Lipscomb........................119 7..... Jacksonville....................124 8..... Kennesaw State.............136 9..... Mercer............................138 10..... North Florida..................146 11..... Belmont..........................194

Innings Pitched 1..... Mercer.........................408.0 2..... ETSU..........................374.1 3..... Stetson........................370.2 4..... Lipscomb.....................368.2 5..... Jacksonville.................367.1 6..... Florida Gulf Coast.......360.2 7..... Campbell.....................351.2 8..... North Florida...............349.2 9..... Kennesaw State..........339.0 10..... USC Upstate...............301.1 11..... Belmont.......................293.2

Complete Games 1..... Stetson.............................41 2..... North Florida....................36 3..... ETSU...............................34 . ... Mercer..............................34 5..... Lipscomb..........................33 6..... USC Upstate....................27 7..... Florida Gulf Coast............25 8..... Jacksonville......................23 9..... Campbell..........................22 . ... Kennesaw State...............22 11..... Belmont............................12

Doubles Allowed 1..... Stetson.............................27 2..... USC Upstate....................28 3..... Mercer..............................40 4..... ETSU...............................45 . ... Lipscomb..........................45 6..... Florida Gulf Coast............48 7..... North Florida....................50 8..... Kennesaw State...............52 . ... Campbell..........................52 10..... Belmont............................64 . ... Jacksonville......................64

Batters Struck Out 1..... Mercer............................427 2..... North Florida..................375 3..... Stetson...........................362 4..... Lipscomb........................304 5..... USC Upstate..................303 6..... Campbell........................278 7..... Jacksonville....................270 8..... ETSU.............................253 9..... Florida Gulf Coast..........233 10..... Belmont..........................227 11..... Kennesaw State.............182

Sac Bunts Allowed 1..... Kennesaw State...............47 2..... Mercer..............................41 . ... ETSU...............................41 4..... Stetson.............................40 5..... Jacksonville......................38 6..... North Florida....................35 7..... USC Upstate....................32 . ... Lipscomb..........................32 9..... Florida Gulf Coast............30 . ... Belmont............................30 11..... Campbell..........................25

Triples Allowed 1..... Kennesaw State.................2 . ... USC Upstate......................2 . ... Lipscomb............................2 4..... Campbell............................3 5..... Florida Gulf Coast..............4 6..... Mercer................................5 7..... ETSU.................................6 8..... Belmont..............................7 . ... Stetson...............................7 10..... Jacksonville........................9 . ... North Florida......................9

Batters Struck Out Looking 1..... Stetson...........................114 2..... Mercer..............................99 3..... North Florida....................93 4..... Campbell..........................84 5..... Florida Gulf Coast............83 6..... Jacksonville......................77 7..... Lipscomb..........................76 8..... Belmont............................74 9..... ETSU...............................70 10..... USC Upstate....................68 11..... Kennesaw State...............54

Sac Flies Allowed 1..... Belmont............................10 2..... USC Upstate......................9 3..... Mercer................................8 . ... Jacksonville........................8 5..... Campbell............................7 6..... Florida Gulf Coast..............6 . ... Lipscomb............................6 8..... Stetson...............................5 . ... ETSU.................................5 . ... Kennesaw State.................5 11..... North Florida......................2

Home Runs Allowed 1..... North Florida....................17 2..... Stetson.............................19 3..... USC Upstate....................23 4..... Lipscomb..........................25 5..... Mercer..............................26 6..... Florida Gulf Coast............27 7..... Kennesaw State...............28 . ... Campbell..........................28 9..... Belmont............................32 10..... ETSU...............................36 . ... Jacksonville......................36

Wins 1..... Florida Gulf Coast............47 2..... Mercer..............................40 3..... Lipscomb..........................39 4..... Campbell..........................38 5..... USC Upstate....................29 6..... ETSU...............................27 7..... North Florida....................26 8..... Jacksonville......................24 9..... Stetson.............................23 10..... Kennesaw State...............21 11..... Belmont............................11

Hits Allowed 1..... USC Upstate..................261 2..... North Florida..................270 3..... Mercer............................291 4..... Lipscomb........................292 5..... Stetson...........................302 6..... Kennesaw State.............336 7..... ETSU.............................337 8..... Campbell........................344 9..... Florida Gulf Coast..........354 10..... Belmont..........................364 11..... Jacksonville....................387

Wild Pitches 1..... North Florida......................7 2..... Mercer..............................14 3..... USC Upstate....................15 4..... Jacksonville......................18 . ... Lipscomb..........................18 6..... Florida Gulf Coast............20 7..... Stetson.............................22 8..... ETSU...............................25 9..... Campbell..........................29 10..... Kennesaw State...............30 11..... Belmont............................64

Losses 1..... Florida Gulf Coast..............9 2..... Lipscomb..........................14 3..... USC Upstate....................16 . ... Campbell..........................16 5..... Mercer..............................19 6..... North Florida....................23 7..... ETSU...............................28 8..... Kennesaw State...............30 9..... Jacksonville......................31 . ... Stetson.............................31 11..... Belmont............................35

Runs Allowed 1..... Lipscomb........................116 2..... Mercer............................120 3..... North Florida..................123 4..... USC Upstate..................125 5..... Stetson...........................145 6..... ETSU.............................153 7..... Kennesaw State.............170 8..... Campbell........................183 9..... Florida Gulf Coast..........186 10..... Jacksonville....................218 11..... Belmont..........................284

Hit Batters 1..... USC Upstate....................15 2..... Lipscomb..........................16 3..... Campbell..........................17 4..... ETSU...............................19 . ... Stetson.............................19 6..... Florida Gulf Coast............20 7..... Jacksonville......................21 8..... Kennesaw State...............23 9..... North Florida....................29 10..... Belmont............................33 11..... Mercer..............................34

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Earned Run Average 1.....1.39......Christen Campbell...........Lipscomb 2.....1.44......Jenni Holtz......................Mercer 3.....1.45......Whitney Kiihnl.................Lipscomb 4.....1.64......Morgan Childers............Upstate 5.....1.74......Amanda Lindsey.............Stetson 6.....1.77......Devyn Findley.................North Florida 7.....1.79......Brittany Stanley...............Campbell 8.....1.85......Catherine McDaniel.........FGCU 9.....1.93......Marissa Hardy.................ETSU 10.....1.99......Lacey Richardson...........Mercer Opponent Batting Average 1......186......Morgan Childers............UPST 2......195......Lacey Richardson...........Mercer 3......197......Whitney Kiihnl.................Lipscomb 4......199......Jenni Holtz......................Mercer 5......201......Erica Demers..................Stetson Innings Pitched 1...218.0......Marissa Hardy.................ETSU 2...213.2......Jenni Holtz......................Mercer 3...209.0......Morgan Childers..............Upstate 4...201.2......Devyn Findley.................UNF 5...198.0......Whitney Kiihnl.................Lipscomb Strikeouts 1......277......Morgan Childers..............Upstate 2......251......Devyn Findley.................UNF 3......234......Jenni Holtz......................Mercer 4......230......Whitney Kiihnl.................Lipscomb 5......188......Amanda Lindsey.............Stetson Batters Struck Out Looking 1........66......Erica Demers..................Stetson 2........61......Morgan Childers..............Upstate 3........59......Devyn Findley.................UNF 4........56......Whitney Kiihnl.................Lipscomb 5........50......Lacey Richardson...........Mercer Wins 1........23......Morgan Childers............Upstate ........23......Jenni Holtz......................Mercer 3........22......Catherine McDaniel.........FGCU 4........19......Brittany Stanley...............Campbell 5........18......Whitney Kiihnl.................Lipscomb

Sac Bunts Allowed 1........24......Morgan Childers..............Upstate 2........23......Marissa Hardy.................ETSU 3........20......Erica Demers..................Stetson ........20......Lacey Richardson...........Mercer ........20......April Harper.....................Kennesaw Sac Flies Allowed 1..........7......Sammi Parks...................Belmont 2..........5......Morgan Childers..............Upstate 3..........4......April Harper.....................Kennesaw ..........4......Dana Frantz....................FGCU ..........4......Whitney Kiihnl.................Lipscomb ..........4......Marissa Hardy.................ETSU ..........4......Amber Hamilton..............Upstate ..........4......Lacey Richardson...........Mercer Hits Allowed 1........45......Devon Schmit..................Belmont 2........57......Amanda Burns................Kennesaw 3........62......Cassidy Rash..................FGCU 4........67......Christen Campbell...........Lipscomb 5........68......Julie Harmon...................Belmont ........68......Christina Melton..............Campbell Runs Allowed 1........22......Christen Campbell...........Lipscomb 2........30......Devon Schmit..................Belmont 3........35......Amanda Burns................Kennesaw ........35......Cassidy Rash..................FGCU 5........39......Alaina Jacobson..............Lipscomb Earned Runs Allowed 1........16......Christen Campbell...........Lipscomb 2........20......Devon Schmit..................Belmont 3........23......Cassidy Rash..................FGCU 4........27......Christina Melton..............Campbell 5........28......Alaina Jacobson..............Lipscomb Walks Allowed 1........16......Christen Campbell...........Lipscomb 2........23......Cassidy Rash..................FGCU 3........26......Catherine Tarvin..............Kennesaw 4........28......Devon Schmit..................Belmont ........28......Alaina Jacobson..............Lipscomb

Saves 1..........6......Katie Woodcock..............Campbell 2..........5......Dana Frantz....................FGCU 3..........4......Morgan Childers............Upstate 4..........3......Devyn Findley.................UNF 5..........2......Amber Hamilton............Upstate ..........2......Cassidy Rash..................FGCU Shutouts 1........12......Jenni Holtz......................Mercer 2..........8......Brittany Stanley...............Campbell 3..........7......Whitney Kiihnl.................Lipscomb ..........7......Devyn Findley.................UNF ..........7......Marissa Hardy.................ETSU Appearances 1........39......Marissa Hardy.................ETSU ........39......Jenni Holtz......................Mercer 3........37......Morgan Childers............Upstate 4........36......Devyn Findley.................UNF ........36......Sarah Sigrest..................Jacksonville

Morgan Childers led the A-Sun with 23 wins, 30 starts, 23 complete games, a .186 opponent batting average and 277 strikeouts.

Games Started 1........30......Mogan Childers.............Upstate ........30......Marissa Hardy.................ETSU 3........29......Jenni Holtz......................Mercer 4........27......Erica Demers..................Stetson 5........26......Lacey Richardson...........Mercer ........26......Whitney Kiihnl.................Lipscomb ........26......Amanda Lindsey.............Stetson ........26......Devyn Findley.................UNF Complete Games 1........23......Morgan Childers..............Upstate 2........22......Devyn Findley.................UNF ........22......Marissa Hardy.................ETSU 4........21......Whitney Kiihnl.................Lipscomb ........21......Amanda Lindsey.............Stetson

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Athletics Hall of Fame Members USC Upstate Athletics Hall of Fame Softball Selections Krista Altom - Class of 2010

Krista Altom was the fourth member of the USC Upstate softball program to be inducted into the Athletics Hall of Fame. Altom, a native of Portage, Mich., is the program’s all-time hits leader with 281 and played for Upstate from 2002-05 as a four-year starter. A highly decorated player, she is the only softball player in the history of the program to earn NFCA First Team All-America honors. She was also a three-time NFCA First Team All-Region pick, a three-time Peach Belt All-Conference selection and the 2002 Peach Belt Freshman of the Year. Altom had quite a first season for the Spartans, then the USC Spartanburg Lady Rifles, in 2002. She ranked third on the team in hitting and finished the season with a .368 batting average en route to being named the Peach Belt Freshman of the Year. She continued her strong play as a sophomore, hitting .377 with 66 hits, 41 runs, nine doubles, six triples and a Peach Belt best 40 stolen bases. As a junior, Altom led Upstate to its first appearance in the NCAA Division II Tournament in 12 seasons in 2004. She hit .369 with a school record 72 hits, 44 runs, 19 doubles and 22 stolen bases. Her senior year, though, was her best. She was the leader on the team that established a new school record with 46 wins. She led the Spartans and the Peach Belt with a .460 batting average. She set a new school record with 87 hits and topped the club with a school record 20 doubles en route to earning first team All-America honors. She also led Upstate into the championship game of the South Atlantic Regional of the NCAA Division II National Tournament. Altom’s career numbers speak for itself. She finished her four years with a .395 batting average, 281 hits, 182 runs, 57 doubles, 17 triples, two home runs, 99 RBI and 127 stolen bases. When she finished her career, she held seven career school records and three single-season school records. A strong student as well as a biology major at Upstate, she was a two-time Peach Belt Conference Presidential Academic Honor Roll selection. She left Upstate to return to native state of Michigan in 2005 and finished the requirements for a bachelor’s degree in Biomedical Science from Western Michigan in 2008.

a .799 percentage and ranks second all-time with 28 home runs and fourth with 79 stolen bases. She ranks fourth alltime with 100 RBIs and fifth with a .408 career batting average. It should be noted that every player listed above her on all career record lists played for three or more seasons at the University, while Bayer’s marks were achieved in just two seasons. Bayer’s name appears 13 times on the single-season record book lists. Her 140 total bases remain a school record. Bayer was a highly decorated student-athlete, earning All-Conference honors in 1999 and 2000, All-Region honors in 1999 and 2000, and third-team All-America honors in 2000. Upon completion of her playing career, Bayer remained with the program for two seasons as an assistant coach, helping the Spartans to a 60-34 record from 200102.

with 12 home runs, 28th with 57 RBI and 40th with a .426 batting average. While Berrong clearly excelled on the playing field, she was also a standout student. She was a member of the Peach Belt Conference Presidential Academic Honor Roll.

Kristy Middagh - Class of 2009

Kristy Middagh was the third member of the softball program to be inducted into the USC Upstate Athletics Hall of Fame and the first pitcher to be selected to the shrine. When Middagh graduated from Upstate, she was the most decorated pitcher in program history. She left the program as the career leader in wins, strikeouts, shutouts, combined shutouts, saves and lowest opponent batting average. Middagh currently ranks among the career leaders in 12 statistical categories, ranking in the Top Three all-time in 11 categories. Having left school in 2002, she still remains the school’s all-time leader with 69 wins and 25 shutouts. She ranks second all-time with a 1.24 earned run average, 87 starts and 67 complete games. She currently ranks third alltime with 326 strikeouts. She also ranks among the Upstate single-season statistical leaders in 19 categories. A starter since her freshman season in 1999, Middagh turned in a solid season as a freshman, finishing with a 17-5 record with two saves and 67 strikeouts to lead the Spartans to their first 40-win season in the history of the program. She went 13-5 with a 1.02 ERA and 68 strikeouts as a sophomore. In 2001, she was 15-7 with a 1.05 ERA and 65 strikeouts. Middagh turned in a career year as a senior in 2002. She finished the season with a 24-4 record, breaking the school record for wins in a season. The mark stood until 2008. She also tallied a 0.80 ERA, the third-lowest ERA in school history, with 126 strikeouts and two saves. In addition to her playing career at Upstate, she served as an assistant coach at Upstate while finishing her degree requirements in 2003. She helped lead the team to 25 wins and a second-round appearance in the Peach Belt Conference Tournament.

Stacey Berrong - Class of 2005

Stacey Berrong had the privilege of being the first USC Upstate softball player to be inducted into the USC Upstate Athletics Hall of Fame. Berrong made an immediate impact on the program as a freshman, finishing second in the nation with 20 home runs and breaking four singleseason school records along the way. She finished the season with a school record 20 homers, 72 RBIs, a .986 slugging percentage and a .540 on-base percentage, all records that still stand today. In addition, she remains atop the all-time career records list in five categories including 46 home runs, 215 RBI, 425 total bases, 87 walks and 486 assists. Her 20 home runs in 1996 stand as the Peach Belt Conference single-season home run record, while her 425 career total bases also ranks atop the Peach Belt’s list. Berrong is the only Spartan to earn all-conference honors for four years. She was also a first team all-region selection in 1997 and 1999 and earned Peach Belt Conference Player of the Week honors four times in 1996. Berrong made her name known nationally as well. In addition to ranking second in the nation in home runs as a freshman and earning a spot in Sports Illustrated’s “Faces In the Crowd” section in 1996, she finished the 1999 season ranked among the nation’s leaders in four statistical categories. She finished 19th in the country with a .779 slugging percentage, 28th

Beth Bayer - Class of 2006

Beth Bayer was the second member of the softball program to be inducted into the USC Upstate Athletics Hall of Fame. Bayer was a two-year member of the then-Lady Rifles, playing from 1999-2000 and spent four total seasons with the program as an assistant coach for two years after exhausting her eligibility. She led the team to a 41-14 record in 1999, establishing a new school record for wins. The 2000 squad finished 38-11. Bayer played in and started 96 games in her career. She finished her two years with a .408 batting average with 126 hits including 19 doubles, nine triples, and 28 home runs. She tallied 100 RBIs, 104 runs scored and stole 79 bases. At the time she finished her playing career, Bayer owned three career and four single-season school records. She currently owns the all-time slugging percentage record with w

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Spartan Accolades Spartan Softball Individual Accolades NCAA Division I NFCA All-Region 2008.........Morgan Childers (Second Team) A-Sun Conference Pitcher of the Year 2008.................................. Morgan Childers A-Sun Conference Freshman of the Year 2008.................................. Morgan Chidlers A-Sun All-Conference 2008.................................. Morgan Childers ...............................Heidi Gibbs (2nd Team) .......................Lauren Quevedo (2nd Team) 2009............... Morgan Childers (2nd Team) ................................. Kim Brasil (2nd Team) A-Sun All-Freshman 2008............................................ Kim Brasil .......................................... Morgan Childers .......................................... Courtney Feldon ..........................................Lauren Quevedo A-Sun All-Academic 2008........................................ Katie Adams .................................................... Kim Brasil .......................................... Morgan Childers ..............................................Vanesa Flores .................................................. Heidi Gibbs ............................................ Melissa Lockey ................................................. Ana Mitchell ............................................. Emily Monteith ..........................................Amber Patterson ..............................................Tiffany Pitcher ................................................ Brittany Rice .................................................. Keri Sarratt ......................................... Sasha Stepaniuk .............................................. Courtney Tate ...............................................Jenna Torbert 2009..................................... Sydney Bartha .................................................... Kim Brasil ............................................Emily Campbell .........................................Crislyn Chewning .......................................... Morgan Childers .................................................. Heidi Gibbs ..................................................Monica Hall ...........................................Amber Hamilton ...........................................Melossa Lockey ................................................. Ana Mitchell ...................................... Katelyn Molkenthin ................................................ Brittany Rice .................................................. Keri Sarratt .............................................. Courtney Tate ............................................ Becca Williams A-Sun Player of the Week 2008....................... Lauren Quevedo (4/14) 2009................................... Kim Brasil (4/20 A-Sun Pitcher of the Week 2008........................Morgan Childers (3/17) 2009........................Morgan Childers (2/23) ..................................Morgan Childers (4/6) ................................Morgan Chidlers (4/27)

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............................................... Debra Rozier 1993................................... Jennifer Barnett ........................................ Michelle Bequette ............................................Linda Campbell ............................................... Kelli Maloney ........................................... Maureen Morris 1994................................... Jennifer Barnett .......................................... Jennifer Ehrhard ..................................................Tracy Goad 1995..................................... Leigh Harrison ............................................... Holly Webber 1996........................................ Mandi Baker ............................................... Holly Webber 1997...................................Marcello Barrios .................................... Tiffany Steenburgen 1998................................. Kensie Burchette 2004......................................Terra Goswick ................................................Kasey Heron 2005......................................... Krista Altom 2007........................................ Emily Jeffery

NCAA Division II NFCA All-American 2000...........................................Beth Bayer 2002...................................Jessica Addison 2004......................................... Krista Altom 2007......................................Vanesa Flores .................................................. Heidi Gibbs .................................................. Shay Slater Peach Belt Player of the Year 1992..................................Dawn Ruhstorfer 1993................................ Michelle Bequette 1994..........................................Tracy Goad 2007......................................Vanesa Flores Peach Belt Freshman of the Year 2002......................................... Krista Altom 2006.......................................... Heidi Gibbs Peach Belt Coach of the Year 1992....................................Rick Bertagnolli

Peach Belt Tournament MVP 1992....................................... Debra Rozier 1993....................................Linda Campbell 1994..........................................Tracy Goad

Peach Belt All-Conference 1992................................... Jennifer Barnett ........................................ Michelle Bequette ............................................... Stacy Copple ........................................... Maureen Morris ..................................................... Kim Price ............................................... Debra Rozier ..........................................Dawn Ruhstorfer ............................................ Fannie Snoddy 1993................................... Jennifer Barnett ........................................ Michelle Bequette ............................................Linda Campbell ........................................... Maureen Morris ............................................ Fannie Snoddy 1994..........................................Tracy Goad ........................................... Jessica Guillory ..................................................Amy Parker 1996....................................Stacey Berrong ............................................. Leigh Harrison 1997....................................Stacey Berrong 1998....................................Stacey Berrong 1999...........................................Beth Bayer ............................................Stacey Berrong 2000...........................................Beth Bayer ..........................................Maricela Panuco 2001...................................Jessica Addison ......................................... Chanel Gonzalez 2002...................................Jessica Addison .............................................Kristy Middagh 2003......................................... Krista Altom .................................................Kacey Ayers 2004......................................... Krista Altom 2005......................................... Krista Altom .....................................................Allie Cyrill 2006.......................................... Heidi Gibbs 2007......................................Vanesa Flores .................................................. Heidi Gibbs ................................................ Emily Jeffery ..........................................Amber Patterson .................................................. Shay Slater

Peach Belt Presidential Honor Roll 1992....................................Linda Campbell ..........................................Stephanie Harris ......................................... Catherine Holder ................................................ Cindy Patton ..................................................... Kim Price ............................................ Fannie Snoddy 1993....................................Linda Campbell ............................................ Fannie Snoddy 1994................................... Jennifer Barnett ..................................................Tracy Goad ............................................Crystal Roberts ............................................... Rachel Smith 1995................................... Jennifer Barnett .................................................. Serena Lee ............................................... Rachel Smith 1996....................................Stacey Berrong ...............................................Ashley Fizzell .........................................Ashley Livingston ............................................... Holly Webber 1997.................................Ashley Livingston ..................................................Amy Parker 1998....................................Stacey Berrong .........................................Ashley Livingston .................................... Tiffany Steenburgen .............................................Teresa Stewart 1999....................................Stacey Berrong ................................................... Rae Bostic ............................................ Jaime Brennan ......................................... Kensie Burchette ........................................... Melissa Feagan 2000........................................... Katie Lang 2001.......................................Brandi Couch .............................................Rachael Farrar ................................................ Karly Justice ........................................... Tamara Oldaker ....................................... Heather Whiteside 2002......................................... Krista Altom .................................................Kacey Ayers ...............................................Brandi Couch .............................................Rachael Farrar ................................................ Karly Justice

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Team and Individual Game Records Team Hitting Records

Team Pitching Records

Individual Game Hitting

Games Played Season:...... 62........... 2007

Lowest Earned Run Average Season:...... 1.05........ 1990

Batting Average Season:...... .343........ 2002

Wins Season:...... 47........... 2007

Slugging Percentage Season:...... .513........ 1999

Fewest Losses Season:...... 5............. 1993

On-Base Percentage Season:...... .401........ 2007

Saves Season:...... 7............. 1990 & 2005

Hits Game:........ 24........... vs. Fayetteville St., 3-12-05 (W 30-3) .................................. vs. Mars Hill, 2-16-99 (W 21-1) Season:...... 582......... 2007

Complete Games Season:...... 41........... 1990

At Bats:...... 6............. Kacey Ayers vs. Lander, 3-14-02 .................................. Shay Slater vs. Fay. St., 3-12-05 .................................. Heidi Gibbs vs. Fra. Marion, 3-14-07 .................................. Amber Patterson vs. Fr. Mar., 3-14-07 .................................. Shay Slater vs. Fra. Marion, 3-14-07 .................................. Katie Adams vs. Charlotte, 2-24-08 .................................. Kim Brasil vs. Charlotte, 2-24-08 .................................. Shay Slater vs. Charlotte, 2-24-08 Runs:......... 5............. Allie Cyrill vs. Fay. St., 3-12-05 .................................. Shay Slater vs. Fay. St., 3-12-05 Hits:............ 5 (of 5)... Suzanne Graham vs. Morris, 4-8-86 ................... 5 (of 6)... Heidi Gibbs vs. Fran. Marion, 3-14-07 Doubles:.... 3............. Valarie Bayer vs. Newberry, 4-18-99 .................................. Jackie Sepulveda vs. O. Bapt., 2-23-03 .................................. Erin Driggers vs. Pfeiffer, 3-27-06 Triples:....... 2............. Joanne Rice vs. UNC Asheville, 3-6-86 .................................. Leigh Harrison vs. UNC Pem., 4-17-93 .................................. Leigh Harrison vs. USC Aiken, 3-25-95 .................................. Leigh Harrison vs. Barry, 4-13-95 .................................. Amy Parker vs. Valdosta State, 3-28-95 .................................. Virginia Gowin vs. Augusta State, 4-3-95 .................................. Krista Altom vs. GC&SU, 4-11-05 .................................. Shay Slater vs. Limestone, 2-11-07 .................................. Katie Adams vs. N. Greenville, 4-7-07 HR:............. 3............. Michelle Bequette vs. Fla. T., 4-6-93 RBI:............ 8............. Michelle Bequette vs. Fla. T., 4-6-93 T. Bases:.... 12........... Michelle Bequette vs. Fla. T., 4-6-93 SB:............. 4............. Becky Albers vs. W. Lib. St., 3-14-03 .................................. Krista Altom vs. N. Greenville, 2-18-04 .................................. Shay Slater vs. Queens, 2-25-06 Walks:........ 4............. Cindy Patton vs. Voorhees, 4-18-90 .................................. Ketta Blankenship vs. UNCA, 3-27-90 Strikeouts:.3............. on 27 occasions

Shutouts Season:...... 20........... 1992

Doubles Game:........ 8............. vs. Limestone, 4-14-03 (W 11-0) Season:...... 100......... 2007

Innings Pitched Season:...... 403.0...... 2007

Triples Game:........ 5............. vs. West Georgia, 3-3-90 (W 12-0) Season:...... 27........... 1990

Hits Allowed Game:........ 21........... vs. Kennesaw State, 4-17-99 (L 4-12) Season:...... 382......... 1999

Home Runs Game:........ 5............. vs. Anderson, 2-25-99 (W 12-0) Season:...... 49........... 1999

Fewest Hits Allowed Game:........ 0............. vs. Presbyterian, 2-21-09 .................................. vs. Tusculum, 2-13-08 (W 3-0) .................................. vs. North Georgia, 3-22-06 (W 8-0) .................................. vs. North Greenville, 2-19-02 (W 8-0) .................................. vs. Gardner-Webb, 4-5-01 (W 3-0) Season:...... 187......... 1993

Runs Scored Game:........ 30........... vs. Fayetteville St., 3-12-05 (W 30-3) Season:...... 387......... 2007 RBIs Game:........ 23........... vs. Fayetteville St., 3-12-05 (W 30-3) Season:...... 329......... 2007

Opponent Batting Avergae Season:...... .184........ 2000

Individual Game Pitching

Runs Allowed Game:........ 18........... vs. Kennesaw St., 3-12-86 (W 19-16) Season:...... 215......... 2003

Stolen Bases Game:........ 15........... vs. Bluefield St., 2-18-07, (W 11-3) Season:...... 176......... 2007

Strikeouts:.18........... Morgan Childers vs. Tusculum, 2-13-08 HBP:........... 4............. Morgan Childers vs. W.V. Wes., 2-17-08 W. Pitches:.4............. Jenn Whited vs. Mars Hill, 4-6-06 .................................. Kasey Heron vs. Pfeiffer, 4-1-03 .................................. Leigh Harrison vs. Mas Hill, 3-6-95 Hits:............ 16........... Kristy Middagh vs. Kenn. St., 4-17-99

Fewest Runs Allowed Game:........ 0............. 244 times Season:...... 76........... 1991

At Bats Game:........ 50........... vs. Cecil CC, 3-12-86 (W 19-6) Season:...... 1706....... 2007

No-Hitters: Morgan Childers........ vs. Presbyterian, 2-21-09 Morgan Childers........ vs. Tusculum, 2-13-08 Jenn Whited............... vs. North Georgia, 3-22-06 Kristy Middagh........... vs. North Greenville, 2-19-02 Kristy Middagh........... vs. Gardner-Webb, 4-5-01

Strikeouts Game:........ 18........... vs. Tusculum, 2-13-08 (1) Season:...... 372......... 2007

Total Bases Game:........ 37........... vs. Morris, 4-8-86 (W22-8) Season:...... 839......... 2007 Walks Game:........ 14........... vs. Mercer, 3-22-86 (W 11-4) ................... 14........... vs. Voorhees, 4-18-90 (W 18-0) Season:...... 178......... 1996

Team Fielding Records

Hit-By-Pitch Game:........ 5............. vs. Assumption, 3-19-03 (W 15-1) Season:...... 33........... 2005

Putouts Game:........ 33........... vs. Charlotte, 2-24-08 (W 5-4) Season:...... 1209....... 2007

Sacrifice Bunts Game:........ 6............. vs. Lander, 4-16-04 (W 9-3) Season:...... 66........... 2005

Assists Game:........ 20........... vs. Methodist, 3-22-86 (L 2-5) Season:...... 560......... 1990

Sacrifice Flies Game:........ 3............. 4 times, most recently .................................. vs. Gardner-Webb, 3-14-95 (W 10-7) Season:...... 21........... 1995

Errors Game:........ 7............. vs. Columbus State, 4-27-90 (L 4-6) Season:...... 114......... 1990

Perfect Games: Kristy Middagh........... vs. North Greenville, 2-19-02

Highest Fielding Percentage Season:...... .970........ 2009, 2004

Double Plays Game:........ 3............. vs. Francis Marion, 4-14-01 (L 4-6) ................... 3............. vs. So. Wesleyan, 4-27-90 (W 9-0) Season:...... 21........... 2007

Strikeouts Game:........ 15........... vs. Princeton, 3-9-08 (W 6-2) Season:...... 211......... 2008 w

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Highest Batting Average (minimum 200 AB) 1...... .495.......Mary Jones............. (140-283)........ 1989-91 2...... .427.......Jessica Addison...... (119-279)........ 2001-02 3...... .411.......Stacey Berrong....... (228-555)........ 1996-99 4...... .408.......Beth Bayer.............. (126-309)........ 1999-00 5...... .395.......Krista Altom............ (281-711)........ 2002-05 6...... .390.......Michelle Bequette... (144-369)........ 1992-94 7...... .386.......Heidi Gibbs............. (276-715)........ 2006-09 8...... .384.......Kerensa Johnson... (118-307)........ 1993-96 9...... .370.......Shay Slater............. (269-727)........ 2005-08 10..... .370.......Mary Steenburgen.. (162-438)........ 1997-99

Most Hits 1....... 281.......Krista Altom............2002-05 2....... 276.......Heidi Gibbs.............2006-09 3....... 269.......Shay Slater.............2005-08 4....... 228.......Stacey Berrong.......1996-99 5....... 206.......Katie Admas...........2005-08 6....... 190.......Tiffany Pitcher.........2005-08 7....... 179.......Jessica Guillory......1994-97 8....... 171.......Amy Parker.............1994-97 9....... 165.......Valarie Bayer..........1999-02 10...... 162.......Mary Steenburgen.. 1997-99

Most Walks 1......... 87.......Stacey Berrong.......1996-99 2......... 73.......Keeta Blankenship.1989-91 3......... 69.......Heidi Gibbs.............2006-09 4......... 64.......Shay Slater.............2005-08 5......... 59.......Kacey Ayers............2001-04 6......... 56.......Leigh Harrison........1993-96 7......... 55.......Katie Adams...........2005-08 ....... 55.......Jessica Guillory......1994-97 9......... 52.......Krista Altom............2002-05 ....... 52.......Amy Parker.............1994-97

Highest Slugging Pct. (minimum 200 AB) 1...... .799.......Beth Bayer.............. (309 AB)......... 1999-00 2...... .796.......Jessica Addison...... (279 AB)......... 2001-02 3...... .766.......Stacey Berrong....... (555 AB)......... 1996-99 4...... .607.......Vanesa Flores......... (321 AB)......... 2007-08 5...... .602.......Michelle Bequette... (369 AB)......... 1992-94 6...... .583.......Mary Jones............. (283 AB)......... 1989-91 7...... .532.......Krista Altom............ (711 AB)......... 2002-05 8...... .523.......Courtney Feldon.....(214 AB).......... 2008-09 9...... .517.......Shay Slater............. (727 AB)......... 2005-08 10..... .516.......Kacey Ayers............ (486 AB)......... 2001-04

Most Doubles 1......... 58.......Heidi Gibbs.............2006-09 2......... 57.......Krista Altom............2002-05 3......... 53.......Stacey Berrong.......1996-99 4......... 41.......Michelle Bequette...1992-94 ....... 41.......Erin Driggers..........2003-06 6......... 37.......Allie Cyrill................2002-05 7......... 36.......Shay Slater.............2005-08 ....... 36.......Valarie Bayer..........1999-02 9......... 30.......Karly Justice...........2001-04 10........ 28.......Amy Parker.............1994-97

Most Times Hit By Pitch 1......... 30.......Christine Pirinoli.....2002-03 2......... 23.......Heidi Gibbs.............2006-09 3......... 19.......Erin Svendsen........1995-96 ....... 19.......Jena Keith..............2005-07 ....... 19.......Tiffany Pitcher.........2005-08 6......... 16.......Lauren Quevedo...2008 7......... 15.......Stacey Berrong.......1996-99 8......... 14.......Stacey Copple........1992-93 9......... 11.......Karly Justice...........2001-04 10.......... 9.......Dana Brasfield........1989-91

Highest On Base Pct. (minimum 200 AB) 1...... .535.......Mary Jones............. (283 AB)......... 1989-91 2...... .497.......Stacey Berrong....... (555 AB)......... 1996-99 3...... .466.......Jessica Addison...... (279 AB)......... 2001-02 4...... .460.......Kerensa Johnson... (307 AB)......... 1993-96 5...... .454.......Heidi Gibbs............. (715 AB)......... 2006-09 6...... .438.......Michelle Bequette... (369 AB)......... 1992-94 7...... .438.......Beth Bayer.............. (309 AB)......... 1999-00 8...... .438.......Krista Altom............ (711 AB)......... 2002-05 9...... .434.......Jackie Sepulveda... (254 AB)......... 2003-04 10..... .428.......Fannie Snoody....... (251 AB)......... 1992-93

Most Triples 1......... 19.......Jessica Guillory......1994-97 2......... 17.......Krista Altom............2002-05 3......... 16.......Shay Slater.............2005-08 4......... 15.......Leigh Harrison........1993-96 5......... 13.......Amy Parker.............1994-97 6......... 12.......Katie Adams...........2005-08 7......... 10.......Kristen Ruffo...........1990-91 ....... 10.......Jennifer Barnett......1992-95 9........... 9.......Beth Bayer..............1999-00 ......... 9.......Mary Jones.............1989-91

Highest Stolen Base Pct. (minimum 30 attempts) 1...... .975.......Beth Bayer.............. (79-81)............ 1999-00 2...... .926.......Jennifer Barnett...... (50-54)............ 1992-95 3...... .917.......Keeta Blankenship. (33-36)............ 1989-91 4...... .914.......Michelle Hickson.... (32-35)............ 2000-01 .... .914.......Ashleigh Beck......... (32-35)............ 2004-07 6...... .909.......Jamie Brennan....... (30-33)............ 1998-99 7...... .898.......Shay Slater............. (132-147)........ 2005-08 8...... .896.......Becky Albers........... (43-48)............ 2003-04 9...... .894.......Katie Adams........... (59-66)............ 2005-08 10..... .889.......Fannie Snoody....... (32-36)............ 1992-93

Most Home Runs 1......... 46.......Stacey Berrong.......1996-99 2......... 28.......Beth Bayer..............1999-00 3......... 25.......Vanesa Flores.........2007-08 4......... 24.......Jessica Addison......2001-02 5......... 21.......Kacey Ayers............2001-04 6......... 15.......Allie Cyrill................2002-05 7......... 13.......Shay Slater.............2005-08 8......... 10.......Amy Parker.............1994-97 ....... 10.......Courtney Feldon.....2008-09 ....... 10.......Lauren Quevedo...2008-

Most Times Struck Out 1......... 92.......Kacey Ayers............2001-04 2......... 89.......Allie Cyrill................2002-05 3......... 82.......Stacey Berrong.......1996-99 4......... 71.......Ashleigh Beck.........2004-07 5......... 70.......Katie Adams...........2005-08 6......... 64.......Shay Slater.............2005-08 ....... 64.......Ana Mitchell..........2007 8......... 62.......Holly Webber..........1994-97 9......... 59.......Karly Justice...........2001-04 ....... 59.......Vanesa Flores.........2007-08 Most Sacrifice Flies 1......... 12.......Shay Slater.............2005-08 2......... 11.......Leigh Harrison........1993-96 ....... 11.......Michelle Bequette...1992-94 4........... 9.......Amy Parker.............1994-97 5........... 8.......Karly Justice...........2001-04 6........... 7.......Katie Lang..............1999-00 ......... 7.......Missy Sullivan.........1989-91 .........7.......Audrey Madden......1989 ......... 7.......Jena Keith..............2005-07 ......... 7.......Stacey Berrong.......1996-99

Most At Bats 1....... 727.......Shay Slater.............2005-08 2....... 715.......Heidi Gibbs.............2006-09 3....... 711.......Krista Altom............2002-05 3....... 641.......Katie Adams...........2005-08 4....... 640.......Tiffany Pitcher.........2005-08 5....... 580.......Jessica Guillory......1994-97 7....... 562.......Valarie Bayer..........1999-02 8....... 555.......Stacey Berrong.......1996-99 9....... 546.......Ashleigh Beck.........2004-07 10...... 529.......Amy Parker.............1994-97

Most Runs Batted In 1....... 215.......Stacey Berrong.......1996-99 2.......125.......Shay Slater.............2005-08 3....... 123.......Michelle Bequette...1992-94 4....... 114.......Heidi Gibbs.............2006-09 5....... 100.......Kacey Ayers............2001-04 ..... 100.......Beth Bayer..............1999-00 ..... 100.......Jessica Addison......2001-02 8......... 99.......Krista Altom............2002-05 9......... 94.......Ashleigh Beck.........2004-07 ....... 94.......Tiffany Pitcher.........2005-08

Most Sacrifice Bunts 1......... 34.......Tiffany Pitcher.........2005-08 2......... 29.......Erin Driggers..........2003-06 3......... 23.......Tara Boozer............1997-00 ....... 23.......Keeta Blankenship.1989-91 5......... 21.......Amy Parker.............1994-97 6......... 20.......Karly Justice...........2001-04 7......... 19.......Mary Jones.............1989-91 ....... 19.......Becky Albers...........2003-04 ....... 19.......Mary Steenburgen.. 1997-99 10........ 17.......Allie Cyrill................2002-05

Most Runs Scored 1....... 201.......Shay Slater.............2005-08 2....... 182.......Krista Altom............2002-05 3....... 172.......Heidi Gibbs.............2006-09 4....... 153.......Stacey Berrong.......1996-99 5....... 150.......Jessica Guillory......1994-97 6....... 136.......Amy Parker.............1994-97 7....... 133.......Jennifer Barnett......1992-95 8....... 121.......Katie Adams...........2005-08 9....... 108.......Kacey Ayers............2001-04 10...... 105.......Erin Driggers..........2003-06

Most Total Bases 1....... 425.......Stacey Berrong.......1996-99 2....... 378.......Krista Altom............2002-05 3....... 376.......Shay Slater.............2005-08 4....... 362.......Heidi Gibbs.............2006-09 5....... 258.......Jessica Guillory......1994-97 6....... 255.......Amy Parker.............1994-97 7....... 254.......Katie Adams...........2005-08 8....... 251.......Kacey Ayers............2001-04 9....... 247.......Beth Bayer..............1999-00 10...... 237.......Allie Cyrill................2002-05

Most Stolen Bases 1....... 132.......Shay Slater.............(132-147)......... 2005-08 2....... 127.......Krista Altom............(127-146)......... 2002-05 3......... 94.......Heidi Gibbs.............(94-114)........... 2006-09 4......... 79.......Beth Bayer..............(79-81)............. 1999-00 ....... 79.......Jessica Guillory......(79-91)............. 1994-97 6......... 75.......Mary Steenburgen.. (75-90)............. 1997-99 7......... 59.......Katie Adams...........(59-66)............. 2005-08 8......... 50.......Jennifer Barnett......(50-54)............. 1992-95 9......... 45.......Amy Parker.............(45-54)............. 1994-97 10........ 43.......Becky Albers...........(43-48)............. 2003-04

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Lowest Earned Run Avg. (minimum 200 IP) 1.... 0.77..... Debra Rozier................. (226.2 IP)..... 1991-92 2.... 0.95..... Maureen Morris............. (251.0 IP)..... 1992-93 3.... 1.24..... Kristy Middagh.............. (610.1 IP)..... 1999-02 4.... 1.37..... Morgan Childers......... (214.0 IP)..... 2008 5.... 1.84..... Linda Campbell............. (349.1 IP)..... 1990-93 6.... 1.87..... Jennifer Whited............. (340.2 IP)..... 2004-06 7.... 2.17..... Jessica Jolly.................. (329.1 IP)..... 2004-07 8.... 2.21..... Tamara Oldaker............ (323.1 IP)..... 1999-02 9.... 2.38..... Carrie Ethell.................. (662.2 IP)..... 1994-97 10... 2.51..... Leigh Harrison.............. (226.0 IP)..... 1993-96

ost Games Started M 1....... 99..... Carrie Ethell..................1994-97 2....... 87..... Kristy Middagh..............1999-02 3....... 86..... Kasey Heron.................2003-06 4....... 57..... Morgan Childers.........2008 5....... 52..... Tamara Oldaker............1999-02 ..... 52..... Jessica Jolly..................2004-07 7....... 50..... Linda Campbell.............1990-93 8....... 49..... Jennifer Whited.............2004-06 9....... 39..... Brittany Rice.................2007-09 10...... 38..... Leigh Harrison..............1993-96

Lowest Opponent Batting Avg. (minimum 200 IP) 1.... .179..... Morgan Childers......... (423.0 IP)..... 2008 2.... .218..... Jennifer Whited............. (340.2 IP)..... 2004-06 3.... .222..... Kristy Middagh.............. (610.1 IP)..... 1999-02 4.... .244..... Kasey Heron................. (516.0 IP)..... 2003-06 5.... .251..... Tamara Oldaker............ (323.1 IP)..... 1999-02 6.... .259..... Jessica Jolly.................. (329.1 IP)..... 2004-07 7.... .262..... Brittany Rice................. (269.2 IP)..... 2007-09

Most Complete Games 1....... 87..... Carrie Ethell..................1994-97 2....... 67..... Kristy Middagh..............1999-02 3....... 48..... Morgan Childers.........2008 4....... 47..... Kasey Heron.................2003-06 5....... 44..... Linda Campbell.............1990-93 6....... 32..... Maureen Morris.............1992-93 7....... 27..... Debra Rozier.................1991-92 ..... 25..... Tamara Oldaker............1999-02 9....... 24..... Leigh Harrison..............1993-96 10...... 23..... Julie Grimes..................1998-99

Most Wins 1....... 69..... Kristy Middagh..............(69-21).......... 1999-02 2....... 65..... Carrie Ethell..................(65-42).......... 1994-97 3....... 52..... Kasey Heron.................(52-27).......... 2003-06 4....... 50..... Morgan Childers.........(50-14).......... 2008 5....... 41..... Linda Campbell.............(41-14).......... 1990-93 6....... 40..... Jennifer Whited.............(40-9)............ 2004-06 7....... 36..... Jessica Jolly..................(36-18).......... 2004-07 8....... 31..... Tamara Oldaker............(31-12).......... 1999-02 ..... 31..... Maureen Morris.............(31-4)............ 1992-93 10...... 28..... Debra Rozier.................(28-6)............ 1991-92 Most Losses 1....... 42..... Carrie Ethell..................(65-42).......... 1994-97 2....... 27..... Kasey Heron.................(52-27).......... 2003-06 3....... 21..... Kristy Middagh..............(69-21).......... 1999-02 4....... 18..... Jessica Jolly..................(36-18).......... 2004-07 5....... 15..... Julie Grimes..................(16-15).......... 1998-99 ....... 15..... Brittany Rice.................(25-15).......... 2007-09 7....... 14..... Linda Campbell.............(41-14).......... 1990-93 ..... 14..... Morgan Childers...........(50-14).......... 2008 9....... 12..... Tamara Oldaker............(31-12).......... 1999-02 10...... 10..... Leigh Harrison..............(21-10).......... 1993-96

Highest Fielding Pct. (minimum 200 chances) 1.... .992..... Lauren Quevedo......(459-16-4)....... 2008 2.... .991..... Tiffany Pitcher............ (962-88-10).... 2005-08 .. .991..... Karly Justice.............. (726-35-7)...... 2001-04 4.... .990..... Ashleigh Beck............ (1266-41-13).. 2004-07 5.... .989..... Allie Cyrill................... (629-60-8)...... 2002-05 6.... .988..... Tara Boozer............... (1096-91-15).. 1997-00 7.... .982..... Rachael Farrar........... (296-33-6)...... 2001-02 8.... .980..... Valarie Bayer............. (1324-57-28).. 1999-02 9.... .971..... Stacey Copple........... (352-19-11)..... 1992-93 10... .970..... Jamie Brennan........... (248-41-9)...... 1998-99 Most Putouts 1... 1324..... Valarie Bayer.............1999-02 2... 1266..... Ashleigh Beck............2004-07 3... 1096..... Tara Boozer...............1997-00 4..... 962..... Tiffany Pitcher............2005-08 5..... 726..... Karly Justice..............2001-04 6..... 629..... Allie Cyrill...................2002-05 7..... 560..... Tracey Long...............1989-91 8..... 459..... Lauren Quevedo......2008 9..... 446..... Jessica Guillory..........1994-97 10.... 406..... Kacey Ayers...............2001-04 Most Assists 1..... 486..... Stacey Berrong..........1996-99 2..... 366..... Erin Driggers..............2003-06 3..... 325..... Mary Steenburgen.....1997-99 4..... 303..... Jennifer Barnett.........1992-95 5..... 297..... Jena Keith..................2005-07 6..... 267..... Katie Adams...............2005-08 ... 267..... Kacey Ayers...............2001-04 8..... 258..... Jessica Guillory..........1994-97 9..... 204..... Keeta Blankenship.....1989-91 10.... 184..... Kristy Middagh...........1999-02

Most Shutouts 1....... 25..... Kristy Middagh..............1999-02 2....... 24..... Carrie Ethell..................1994-97 3....... 18..... Debra Rozier.................1991-92 4....... 16..... Morgan Childers.........2008 5........11..... Linda Campbell.............1990-93 6....... 10..... Kasey Heron.................2003-06 7......... 9..... Maureen Morris.............1992-93 8......... 8..... Tamara Oldaker............1999-02 ....... 8..... Jennifer Whited.............2004-06 10........ 7..... Maricela Panuco...........2000 Most Innings Pitched 1..662.2..... Carrie Ethell..................1994-97 2..610.1..... Kristy Middagh..............1999-02 3..516.0..... Kasey Heron.................2003-06 4..423.0..... Morgan Childers.........2008 5..349.1..... Linda Campbell.............1990-93 6..340.2..... Jennifer Whited.............2004-06 7..329.1..... Jessica Jolly..................2004-07 8..323.1..... Tamara Oldaker............1999-02 9..269.2..... Brittany Rice.................2007-09 10..251.0..... Maureen Morris.............1992-93 Most Strikeouts 1..... 535..... Morgan Childers.........2008 2..... 380..... Kasey Heron.................2003-06 3..... 370..... Jennifer Whited.............2004-06 4..... 326..... Kristy Middagh..............1999-02 5..... 319..... Debra Rozier.................1991-92 6..... 277..... Carrie Ethell..................1994-97 7..... 236..... Maricela Panuco...........2000 8..... 222..... Jessica Jolly..................2004-07 9..... 178..... Brittany Rice.................2007-09 10.... 170..... Emily Jeffery.................2007

Most Saves 1......... 8..... Jennifer Whited.............2004-06 2......... 6..... Kristy Middagh..............1999-02 ....... 6..... Morgan Childers.........2008 4......... 5..... Kasey Heron.................2003-06 5......... 3..... Laura Vinciguerra.........1989-90 ....... 3..... Linda Campbell.............1990-93 ....... 3..... Carrie Ethell..................1994-97 8......... 2..... Emily Jeffery.................2007 ....... 2..... Maureen Morris.............1992-93 ....... 2..... Tamara Oldaker............1999-02 Most Appearances 1......118..... Carrie Ethell..................1994-97 2......114..... Kristy Middagh..............1999-02 3..... 108..... Kasey Heron.................2003-06 4....... 92..... Jessica Jolly..................2004-07 5....... 84..... Jennifer Whited.............2004-06 6....... 76..... Morgan Childers.........2008 6....... 71..... Tamara Oldaker............1999-02 7....... 64..... Linda Campbell.............1990-93 9....... 61..... Brittany Rice.................2007-09 10...... 43..... Maureen Morris.............1992-93

Most Errors 1....... 60..... Stacey Berrong..........1996-99 2....... 47..... Jessica Guillory..........1994-97 3....... 45..... Jennifer Barnett.........1992-95 4....... 41..... Erin Driggers..............2003-06 5....... 38..... Kacey Ayers...............2001-04 6....... 37..... Keeta Blankenship.....1989-91 ..... 37..... Ana Mitchell..............2007 8....... 36..... Mary Steenburgen.....1997-99 9....... 34..... Kristen Ruffo..............1990-91 10...... 28..... Leigh Harrison...........1993-96

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Highest Batting Avg. (minimum 50 AB) 1.... .475....... Jessica Addison............ (67-141).......... 2002 2.... .460....... Krista Altom.................. (87-189).......... 2005 3.... .454....... Shay Slater................... (89-196).......... 2007 4.... .451....... Michelle Bequette......... (55-122).......... 1993 5.... .441....... Dawn Ruhstorfer........... (60-136).......... 1992 6.... .436....... Stacey Berrong............. (65-149).......... 1999 7.... .435....... Stacey Berrong............. (60-138).......... 1996 8.... .429....... Tracy Goad................... (57-133).......... 1994 9.... .427....... Tamara Oldaker............ (44-103).......... 2001 10... .423....... Heidi Gibbs................... (85-201).......... 2007

Most Doubles 1....... 23....... Heidi Gibbs...................2006 2....... 20....... Krista Altom..................2005 ..... 20....... Jessica Addison............2002 ..... 20....... Amber Patterson...........2007 5....... 19....... Krista Altom..................2004 6....... 18....... Heidi Gibbs...................2007 ..... 18....... Stacey Berrong.............1997 8....... 17....... Michelle Bequette.........1993 9....... 15....... Shay Slater...................2006 ..... 15....... Allie Cyrill......................2005

Most Walks 1....... 34....... Keeta Blankenship........1990 2....... 31....... Stacey Berrong.............1996 3....... 30....... Allie Cyrill......................2005 4....... 28....... Stacey Berrong.............1999 5....... 27....... Heidi Gibbs...................2007 6....... 26....... Cindy Patton.................1991 ..... 26....... Jackie Sepulveda.........2004 8....... 24....... Terra Goswick...............2005 ..... 24....... Leigh Harrison..............1996 ..... 24....... Vanesa Flores...............2007

Highest Slugging Pct. (minimum 50 AB) 1.... .986....... Stacey Berrong............. (138 AB)......... 1996 2.... .901....... Jessica Addison............ (141 AB)......... 2002 3.... .875....... Beth Bayer.................... (160 AB)......... 1999 4.... .779....... Michelle Bequette......... (122 AB)......... 1993 5.... .779....... Stacey Berrong............. (149 AB)......... 1999 6.... .718....... Beth Bayer.................... (149 AB)......... 2000 7.... .715....... Vanesa Flores............... (193 AB)......... 2007 8.... .695....... Stacey Berrong............. (131 AB)......... 1997 9.... .688....... Jessica Addison............ (138 AB)......... 2001 10... .662....... Dawn Ruhstorfer........... (136 AB)......... 1992

Most Triples 1......... 9....... Kristen Ruffo.................1990 2......... 7....... Shay Slater...................2005 ....... 7....... Beth Bayer....................1999 4......... 6....... Krista Altom..................2003 ....... 6....... Mary Jones...................1990 ....... 6....... Jessica Guillory............1995 ....... 6....... Shay Slater...................2007 8......... 5....... 11 Times, Most Recently ....... 5....... Kim Brasil....................2008

Most Times Hit By Pitch 1....... 16....... Christine Pirinoli............2002 2....... 14....... Christine Pirinoli............2003 3....... 12....... Jena Keith.....................2005 ..... 12....... Erin Svendsen..............1995 5......... 9....... Stacey Berrong.............1999 ....... 9....... Lauren Quevedo.........2009 7......... 7....... 10 Times, Most Recently ....... 7....... Heidi Gibbs...................2009 ....... 7....... Lauren Quevedo.........2008

Highest On Base Pct. (minimum 50 AB) 1.... .540....... Stacey Berrong............. (149 AB)......... 1999 2.... .529....... Stacey Berrong............. (138 AB)......... 1996 3.... .506....... Jessica Addison............ (141 AB)......... 2002 4.... .504....... Heidi Gibbs................... (201 AB)......... 2007 5.... .496....... Shay Slater................... (196 AB)......... 2007 6.... .495....... Krista Altom.................. (189 AB)......... 2005 7.... .467....... Tracy Goad................... (133 AB)......... 1994 8.... .466....... Stacey Berrong............. (131 AB)......... 1997 9.... .463....... Michelle Bequette......... (122 AB)......... 1993 10... .461....... Dana Brasfield.............. (71 AB)........... 1989

Most Home Runs 1....... 20....... Stacey Berrong.............1996 2....... 19....... Vanesa Flores...............2007 3....... 17....... Beth Bayer....................1999 4....... 12....... Jessica Addison............2001 ..... 12....... Stacey Berrong.............1999 ..... 12....... Jessica Addison............2002 7........11....... Beth Bayer....................2000 8......... 9....... Kacey Ayers..................2003 ....... 9....... Allie Cyrill......................2005 10........ 7....... 5 times, Most Recently ....... 7....... Lauren Quevedo.........2008

Most Sacrifice Flies 1......... 7....... Audrey Madden............1989 2......... 6....... Shay Slater...................2007 ....... 6....... Missy Sullivan...............1989 ....... 6....... Michelle Bequette.........1993 5......... 5....... Amber Patterson...........2007 ....... 5....... Kerensa Johnson..........1996 ....... 5....... Virginia Gowin..............1995 ....... 5....... Amy Parker...................1996 9......... 4....... Stacey Berrong.............1996 ....... 4....... Leigh Harrison..............1995

Most At Bats 1......211....... Heidi Gibbs...................2006 2..... 201....... Heidi Gibbs...................2007 3..... 199....... Katie Adams.................2006 4..... 198....... Shay Slater...................2006 5..... 197....... Katie Adams.................2007 6..... 196....... Kristen Ruffo.................1990 ... 196....... Shay Slater...................2007 8..... 195....... Krista Altom..................2004 9..... 193....... Vanesa Flores...............2007 10.... 190....... Jena Keith.....................2006

Most Runs Batted In 1....... 72....... Stacey Berrong.............1996 2....... 66....... Vanesa Flores...............2007 3....... 64....... Jessica Addison............2002 4....... 61....... Michelle Bequette.........1993 5....... 57....... Stacey Berrong.............1999 6....... 55....... Beth Bayer....................1999 7....... 49....... Shay Slater...................2007 8....... 48....... Allie Cyrill......................2005 ..... 48....... Stacey Berrong.............1997 10...... 45....... Beth Bayer....................2000

Most Hits 1....... 89....... Shay Slater...................2007 2....... 87....... Heidi Gibbs...................2006 ..... 87....... Krista Altom..................2005 4....... 85....... Heidi Gibbs...................2007 5....... 74....... Vanesa Flores...............2007 6....... 72....... Krista Altom..................2004 7....... 71....... Amber Patterson...........2007 8....... 67....... Katie Adams.................2007 ..... 67....... Jessica Addison............2002 10...... 66....... Shay Slater...................2006

Most Total Bases 1..... 140....... Beth Bayer....................1999 2..... 138....... Vanesa Flores...............2007 3..... 136....... Stacey Berrong.............1996 4..... 129....... Shay Slater...................2007 5..... 127....... Jessica Addison............2002 6..... 124....... Heidi Gibbs...................2006 7..... 120....... Krista Altom..................2005 8......116....... Stacey Berrong.............1999 9......113....... Heidi Gibbs...................2007 10.... 107....... Beth Bayer....................2000

Most Runs Scored 1....... 70....... Shay Slater...................2007 2....... 62....... Mary Jones...................1990 3....... 55....... Beth Bayer....................1999 4....... 54....... Heidi Gibbs...................2007 5....... 51....... Krista Altom..................2005 6....... 50....... Stacey Berrong.............1999 7....... 49....... Beth Bayer....................2000 ..... 49....... Jessica Guillory............1996 ..... 49....... Stacey Berrong.............1996 10...... 48....... Heidi Gibbs...................2006

Most Stolen Bases 1....... 44....... Shay Slater...................(44-50)............. 2006 2....... 42....... Krista Altom..................(42-43)............. 2002 3....... 40....... Beth Bayer....................(40-40)............. 1999 ..... 40....... Krista Altom..................(40-45)............. 2003 5....... 39....... Beth Bayer....................(39-41)............. 2000 6....... 37....... Heidi Gibbs...................(37-40)............. 2006 7....... 35....... Shay Slater...................(35-38)............. 2007 8....... 34....... Heidi Gibbs...................(34-40)............. 2007 9....... 33....... Mary Steenburgen........(33-34)............. 1999 10...... 32....... Jessica Guillory............(32-36)............. 1995 w

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Fielding Records ....... 3....... Lindsay McCutcheon....2006 ....... 3....... Julie Grimes..................1999 10........ 2....... Brandi Couch................2001

Most Appearances 1....... 39....... Morgan Childers.........2008 2....... 38....... Jessica Jolly.................2006 3....... 37....... Jennifer Whited.............2006 ..... 37....... Morgan Childers.........2009 5....... 35....... Carrie Ethell..................1997 6....... 34....... Carrie Ethell..................1995 7....... 33....... Emily Jeffery.................2007 ..... 33....... Kristy Middagh..............2002 9....... 32....... Julie Grimes..................1998 ..... 32....... Kasey heron.................2005 ..... 32....... Brittany Rice.................2007

Highest Fielding Pct. (minimum 25 chances) 1..1.000....... Heidi Gibbs...................(60-3-0)............ 2008 .1.000....... Lauren Quevedo.........(184-9-0).......... 2008 .1.000....... Brittany Rice................. (3-40-0)........... 2007 .1.000....... Tiffany Pitcher............... (95-6-0)........... 2005 .1.000....... Stacey Stepek.............. (29-0-0)........... 2005 .1.000....... Allie Cyrill...................... (169-9-0)......... 2004 .1.000....... Tamara Oldaker............ (14-28-0)......... 2002 .1.000....... Karly Justice................. (45-10-0)......... 2001 .1.000....... Stephenie Harris........... (26-3-0)........... 1992 .1.000....... Pauline O’Berc.............. (5-23-0)........... 1991 .1.000....... Debra Rozier................ (11-19-0)......... 1991 .1.000....... Michelle Thompson...... (24-1-0)........... 1990

Lowest Earned Run Avg. (minimum 50 IP) 1.... 0.14....... Debra Rozier................ (102.1 IP)........ 1991 2.... 0.32....... Kathy Pierce................. (151.0 IP)........ 1990 3.... 0.80....... Kristy Middagh.............. (175.0 IP)........ 2002 4.... 0.83....... Maureen Morris............ (118.0 IP)........ 1992 5.... 1.02....... Kristy Middagh.............. (150.2 IP)........ 2000 6.... 1.05....... Kristy Middagh.............. (154.0 IP)........ 2001 7.... 1.05....... Maureen Morris............ (133.0 IP)........ 1993 8.... 1.07....... Pauline O’Berc.............. (72.0 IP).......... 1990 9.... 1.10....... Laura Vinciguerra......... (89.1 IP).......... 1990 10... 1.16....... Linda Campbell............. (120.2 IP)........ 1993

Most Innings Pitched 1..214.0....... Morgan Childers.........2008 2..209.0....... Morgan Childers.........2009 3..197.0....... Carrie Ethell..................1997 4..184.2....... Carrie Ethell..................1995 5..182.2....... Julie Grimes..................1998 6..175.0....... Kristy Middagh..............2002 7..165.0....... Emily Jeffery.................2007 8..163.0....... Carrie Ethell..................1996 9..154.0....... Kristy Middagh..............2001 10..152.2....... Kasey Heron.................2003 Most Games Started 1....... 30....... Carrie Ethell..................1997 ..... 30....... Morgan Childers.........2009 3....... 29....... Julie Grimes..................1998 4....... 27....... Morgan Childers.........2008 ..... 27....... Kasey Heron.................2005 6....... 26....... Carrie Ethell..................1996 ..... 26....... Emily Jeffery.................2007 ..... 26....... Carrie Ethell..................1995 9....... 24....... Kasey Heron.................2003 10...... 23....... Kristy Middagh..............2002

ost Putouts M 1..... 462....... Ashleigh Beck...............2005 2..... 408....... Ashleigh Beck...............2006 3..... 392....... Karly Justice.................2004 4..... 387....... Valarie Bayer................2001 5..... 376....... Valarie Bayer................2002 6..... 370....... Ashleigh Beck...............2007 7..... 332....... Stacey Copple..............1993 8..... 323....... Tiffany Pitcher...............2006 9..... 319....... Tara Boozer..................2000 10.... 315....... Tiffany Pitcher...............2008

Most Wins 1....... 27....... Morgan Childers.........(27-5)............... 2008 2....... 24....... Kristy Middagh..............(24-4)............... 2002 3....... 23....... Morgan Childers.........(23-9)............... 2009 4....... 22....... Maricela Panuco...........(22-6)............... 2000 5....... 21....... Carrie Ethell..................(21-9)............... 1995 6....... 19....... Maureen Morris............(19-1)............... 1993 ..... 19....... Kathy Pierce.................(19-4)............... 1990 ..... 19....... Emily Jeffery.................(19-6)............... 2007 9....... 18....... Carrie Ethell..................(18-14)............. 1997 10...... 17....... Kristy Middagh..............(17-5)............... 1999

Most Assists 1..... 151....... Erin Driggers.................2006 2..... 147....... Stacey Berrong.............1999 3..... 141....... Mary Steenburgen........1999 4..... 136....... Jena Keith.....................2006 5..... 135....... Jena Keith.....................2005 ... 135....... Stacey Berrong.............1998 7..... 128....... Kristen Ruffo.................1990 8..... 125....... Johnsie McCall.............1990 9......119....... Keeta Blankenship........1990 10.... 108....... Christine Pirinoli............2002

Most Losses 1....... 15....... Julie Grimes..................(15-15)............. 1998 2....... 14....... Carrie Ethell..................(18-14)............. 1997 3....... 12....... Carrie Ethell..................(15-12)............. 1996 4......... 9....... Carrie Ethell..................(21-9)............... 1995 ....... 9....... Kasey Heron.................(14-9)............... 2003 ....... 9....... Brittany Rice.................(6-9)................. 2008 ....... 9....... Morgan Childers.........(23-9)............... 2009 8......... 8....... Jessica Jolly.................(16-8)............... 2006 ....... 8....... Leigh Harrison..............(8-8)................. 1995 ....... 8....... Stephanie William.........(7-8)................. 2003 Most Saves 1......... 4....... Jennifer Whited.............2006 ....... 4....... Morgan Childers.........2009 2......... 3....... Laura Vinciguerra.........1990 ....... 3....... Kasey Heron.................2005 ....... 3....... Jennifer Whited.............2004 5......... 2....... 10 Times, Most Recently ....... 2....... Morgan Childers.........2008

Most Complete Games 1....... 28....... Carrie Ethell..................1997 2....... 25....... Carrie Ethell..................1995 ..... 25....... Morgan Childers.........2008 4....... 23....... Julie Grimes..................1998 ..... 23....... Morgan Childers.........2009 6....... 20....... Kasey Heron.................2003 7....... 19....... Maureen Morris............1993 ..... 19....... Kristy Middagh..............2002 9....... 18....... Kristy Middagh..............2001 ..... 18....... Kathy Pierce.................1990 ..... 18....... Carrie Ethell..................1996 ..... 18....... Linda Campbell.............1993

Most Errors 1....... 26....... Kristen Ruffo.................1990 2....... 24....... Keeta Blankenship........1990 3....... 22....... Stacey Berrong.............1998 4....... 20....... Ana Mitchell................2007 ..... 20....... Kacey Ayers..................2001 ..... 20....... Monica Henderson.......1989 7....... 19....... Virginia Gowin..............1995 8....... 18....... Stacey Berrong.............1996 ..... 18....... Katie Lang....................1999 ..... 18....... Renee Dobrinski...........2000

Lowest Opponent Batting Avg. (minimum 50 IP) 1.... .138....... Maricela Panuco...........(147.0 IP)......... 2000 2.... .160....... Pauline O’Berc..............(72.0 IP)........... 1990 3.... .164....... Kathy Pierce.................(151.0 IP)......... 1990 4.... .171....... Morgan Childers.........(214.0 IP.......... 2008 5.... .182....... Kristy Middagh..............(175.0 IP)......... 2002 6.... .186....... Morgan Childers.........(209.0 IP)......... 2009 7.... .198....... Emily Jeffery.................(165.0 IP)......... 2007 8.... .210....... Brittany Rice.................(148.0 IP)......... 2007 9.... .212....... Jennifer Whited.............(57.2 IP)........... 2005 10... .217....... Jennifer Whited.............(138.2 IP)......... 2004

Most Shutouts 1....... 10....... Debra Rozier................1991 ..... 10....... Morgan Childers.........2008 3......... 9....... Kristy Middagh..............2002 4......... 8....... Carrie Ethell..................1997 ....... 8....... Debra Rozier................1992 6......... 7....... Kathy Pierce.................1990 ....... 7....... Maricela Panuco...........2000 8......... 6....... Laura Vinciquerra.........1990 ....... 6....... Carrie Ethell..................1994 ....... 6....... Kristy Middagh..............2001 ....... 6....... Morgan Childers.........2009

Most Strikeouts 1..... 277....... Morgan Childers.........2009 2..... 258....... Morgan Childers.........2008 3..... 236....... Maricela Panuco...........2000 4..... 171....... Debra Rozier................1992 5..... 170....... Emily Jeffery.................2007 6..... 158....... Jennifer Whited.............2004 7..... 157....... Jennifer Whited.............2006 8..... 148....... Debra Rozier................1991 9..... 136....... Brittany Rice.................2007 10.... 134....... Kasey Heron.................2003

Most Combined Shutouts 1......... 5....... Tamara Oldaker............2000 ....... 5....... Jessica Jolly.................2006 ....... 5....... Jessica Jolly.................2004 4......... 4....... Kristy Middagh..............2000 ....... 4....... Jennifer Whited.............2004 ....... 4....... Jennifer Whited.............2006 7......... 3....... Maricela Panuco...........2000 w

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Career Records • Division I Era Offensive Records

Fielding Records

Highest Batting Average (minimum 200 AB) 1...... .343.......Heidi Gibbs............. (104-303)........ 2008-09 2...... .326.......Kim Brasil.............. (91-279).......... 2008 3...... .322.......Courtney Feldon..... (69-214).......... 2008-09 4...... .292.......Lauren Quevedo... (69-236).......... 2008 5...... .240.......Amber Patterson.... (66-275).......... 2008-09

Most Triples 1........... 7.......Kim Brasil..............2008 2........... 3.......Crislyn Chewning.2009 3........... 2.......Heidi Gibbs.............2008-09 4........... 1.......Courtney Feldon.....2008-09 ......... 1.......Ana Mitchell..........2008-

Highest Slugging Pct. (minimum 200 AB) 1...... .523.......Courtney Feldon..... (214 AB)......... 2008-09 2...... .480.......Kim Brasil.............. (279 AB)......... 2008 3...... .462.......Lauren Quevedo... (236 AB)......... 2008 4...... .413.......Heidi Gibbs............. (303 AB)......... 2008-09 5...... .287.......Amber Patterson.... (275 AB)......... 2008-09

Most Home Runs 1......... 10.......Courtney Feldon.....2008-09 ....... 10.......Lauren Quevedo...2008 3........... 6.......Vanesa Flores.........2008 4........... 4.......Crislyn Chewning.2009 5........... 3.......Kim Brasil..............2008-

Highest On Base Pct. (minimum 200 AB) 1...... .422.......Heidi Gibbs............. (303 AB)......... 2008-09 2...... .409.......Courtney Feldon..... (214 AB)......... 2008-09 3...... .403.......Lauren Quevedo... (236 AB)......... 2008 4...... .384.......Kim Brasil.............. (279 AB)......... 2008 5...... .293.......Amber Patterson.... (275 AB)......... 2008-09

Most Runs Batted In 1......... 49.......Lauren Quevedo...2008 2......... 46.......Courtney Feldon.....2008-09 3......... 35.......Heidi Gibbs.............2008-09 4......... 34.......Kim Brasil..............2008 5......... 30.......Crislyn Chewning.2009 ....... 30.......Amber Patterson....2008-09

Highest Stolen Base Pct. (minimum 30 attempts) 1...... .676.......Heidi Gibbs............. (23-34)............ 2008-09

Most Putouts 1....... 459.......Lauren Quevedo...2008 2....... 334.......Kim Brasil..............2008 3....... 315.......Tiffany Pitcher.........2008 4....... 142.......Amber Patterson....2008-09 5....... 116.......Heidi Gibbs.............2008-09 Most Assists 1......... 89.......Ana Mitchell..........2008 2......... 79.......Keri Sarratt............2008 3......... 57.......Courtney Feldon.....2008-09 4......... 53.......Kim Brasil..............2008 5......... 52.......Morgan Childers...2008Most Errors 1......... 17.......Ana Mitchell..........2008 2........... 9.......Amber Patterson....2008-09 ......... 9.......Keri Sarratt............2008 4........... 7.......Morgan Childers...2008 5........... 6.......Sasha Stepaniuk....2008 ......... 6.......Tiffany Pitcher.........2008 ......... 6.......Kim Brasil..............2008-

Most Total Bases 1....... 134.......Kim Brasil..............2008 2....... 125.......Heidi Gibbs.............2008-09 3....... 112.......Courtney Feldon.....2008-09 4....... 109.......Lauren Quevedo...2008 5......... 79.......Amber Patterson....2008-09

Most Games Played 1......... 94.......Heidi Gibbs.............2008-09 ....... 94.......Amber Patterson....2008-09 3......... 86.......Lauren Quevedo...2008 4......... 84.......Kim Brasil..............2008 5......... 77.......Courtney Feldon.....2008-09

Most Walks 1......... 30.......Heidi Gibbs.............2008-09 2......... 29.......Lauren Quevedo...2008 ....... 29.......Courtney Feldon.....2008-09 4......... 26.......Kim Brasil..............2008 5......... 18.......Amber Patterson....2008-09

Most Games Started 1......... 94.......Heidi Gibbs.............2008-09 2......... 93.......Amber Patterson....2008-09 3......... 84.......Kim Brasil..............2008 4......... 83.......Lauren Quevedo...2008 5......... 73.......Courtney Feldon.....2008-09

Most Times Hit By Pitch 1......... 16.......Lauren Quevedo...2008 2......... 13.......Heidi Gibbs.............2008-09 3........... 6.......Ana Mitchell..........2008 4........... 4.......Monica Hall...........2009 5........... 3.......Courtney Feldon.....2008-09 ......... 3.......Tiffany Pitcher.........2008 ......... 3.......Amber Patterson....2008-09

Most At Bats 1....... 303.......Heidi Gibbs.............2008-09 2....... 279.......Kim Brasil..............2008 3....... 275.......Amber Patterson....2008-09 4....... 236.......Lauren Quevedo...2008 5....... 214.......Courtney Feldon.....2008-09 Most Runs Scored 1......... 70.......Heidi Gibbs.............2008-09 2......... 56.......Kim Brasil..............2008 3......... 43.......Shay Slater.............2008 4......... 38.......Amber Patterson....2008-09 5......... 28.......Courtney Feldon.....2008-09

Most Sacrifice Flies 1........... 3.......Crislyn Chewning.2009 ......... 3.......Shay Slater.............2008 3........... 2.......Tiffany Pitcher.........2008 ......... 2.......Lauren Quevedo...2008 ......... 2.......Ana Mitchell..........2008 ......... 2.......Heidi Gibbs.............2008-09

Most Hits 1....... 104.......Heidi Gibbs.............2008-09 2......... 91.......Kim Brasil..............2008 3......... 69.......Courtney Feldon.....2008-09 ....... 69.......Lauren Quevedo...2008 5......... 66.......Amber Patterson....2008-09

Most Sacrifice Hits 1......... 11.......Tiffany Pitcher.........2008 2......... 10.......Amber Patterson....2008-09 3........... 9.......Janna Lewis..........2009 4........... 7.......Ana Mitchell..........2008 5........... 6.......Vanesa Flores.........2008

Most Doubles 1......... 20.......Kim Brasil..............2008 2......... 17.......Heidi Gibbs.............2008-09 3......... 11.......Courtney Feldon.....2008-09 4......... 10.......Lauren Quevedo...2008 5........... 7.......Shay Slater.............2008 ......... 7.......Amber Patterson....2008-09

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Most Stolen Bases 1......... 26.......Shay Slater.............(26-29)............. 2008 2......... 25.......Kim Brasil..............(25-27)............. 2008 3......... 23.......Heidi Gibbs.............(23-34)............. 2008-09 4......... 11.......Amber Patterson....(11-16)............. 2008-09 5........... 8.......Courtney Tate.........(8-10)............... 2008-09 ......... 8.......Melissa Lockey.......(8-11)............... 2008-09 ......... 8.......Crislyn Chewning.(8-11)............... 2009w

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Team Records

Lowest Earned Run Average (minimum 200 IP) 1...... 1.51.......Morgan Childers... (423.0 IP)....... 2008-

OFFENSIVE Highest Batting Average 1...... .292 (394-1351)..............2008 2...... .265 (313-1180)..............2009

PITCHING Lowest Earned Run Average 1...... 2.29 (342.2 IP)................2008 2...... 2.32 (301.1 IP)................2009

FIELDING Highest Fielding Percentage 1...... .970 (903-304-37)...........2009 2...... .961 (1028-356-56).........2008

Highest Slugging Percentage 1...... .392 (1351 AB)................2008 2...... .358 (1180 AB)................2009

Lowest Opponent Batting Average 1...... .229 (342.2 IP)................2008 2...... .230 (301.1 IP)................2009

Most Chances 1...... 1440................................2008 2...... 1244................................2009

Highest On Base Percentage 1...... .362 (1351 AB)................2008 2...... .334 (1180 AB)................2009

Most Strikeouts/7 Inning Game 1...... 7.04 (301.1 IP)................2009 2...... 6.31 (342.2 IP)................2008

Most Putouts 1...... 1028................................2008 2...... 903..................................2009

Highest Stolen Base Percentage 1...... .805 (95-118)..................2008 2...... .767 (56-73)....................2009

Most Wins 1...... 34 (34-15).......................2008 2...... 29 (29-16).......................2009

Most Assists 1...... 356..................................2008 2...... 304..................................2009

Most At Bats 1...... 1351................................2008 2...... 1180................................2009

Most Losses 1...... 16 (29-16).......................2009 2...... 15 (34-15).......................2008

Most Errors 1...... 56....................................2008 2...... 37....................................2009

Most Runs Scored 1...... 237..................................2008 2...... 185..................................2009

Most Saves 1...... 6......................................2009 2...... 2......................................2008

Most Double Plays Turned 1...... 13....................................2008 2...... 5......................................2009

Most Hits 1...... 394..................................2008 2...... 313..................................2009

Most Complete Games 1...... 31....................................2008 2...... 27....................................2009

Most Doubles 1...... 51....................................2009 2...... 49....................................2008

Most Shutouts 1...... 11....................................2008 2...... 10....................................2009

Most Triples 1...... 7......................................2009 .... 7......................................2008

Most Innings Pitched 1...... 342.2...............................2008 2...... 301.1...............................2009

Most Home Runs 1...... 24....................................2008 2...... 15....................................2009

Fewest Hits Allowed 1...... 261..................................2009 2...... 292..................................2008

Most Runs Batted In 1...... 200..................................2008 2...... 150..................................2009

Fewest Runs Allowed 1...... 125..................................2009 2...... 156..................................2008

Most Total Bases 1...... 529..................................2008 2...... 423..................................2009

Fewest Walks Allowed 1...... 88....................................2009 2...... 134..................................2008

Most Walks 1...... 130..................................2008 2...... 99....................................2009

Most Strikeouts 1...... 309..................................2008 2...... 303..................................2009

Lowest Opponent Batting Average (minimum 200 IP) 1...... .179.......Morgan Childers... (423.0 IP)....... 2008Most Wins 1......... 50.......Morgan Childers... (50-14)............ 2008 2........... 8.......Brittany Rice........... (8-10).............. 2008-09 3........... 4.......Amber Hamilton . . (4-6)................ 2009 4........... 1.......Kayla Short . .......... (1-1)................ 2008 Most Losses 1......... 14.......Morgan Childers... (50-14)............ 2008 2......... 10.......Brittany Rice .......... (8-10).............. 2008-09 3........... 6.......Amber Hamilton . . (4-6)................ 2009 4........... 1.......Kayla Short . .......... (1-1)................ 2008 Most Saves 1........... 6.......Morgan Childers...2008 2........... 2.......Amber Hamilton....2009Most Appearances 1......... 76.......Morgan Childers...2008 2......... 29.......Brittany Rice...........2008-09 3......... 22.......Amber Hamilton....2009 4......... 10.......Kayla Short.............2008 Most Games Started 1......... 57.......Morgan Childers...2008 2......... 19.......Brittany Rice...........2008-09 3......... 15.......Amber Hamilton....2009 4........... 3.......Kayla Short.............2008 Most Complete Games 1......... 48.......Morgan Childers...2008 2........... 6.......Brittany Rice...........2008-09 3........... 4.......Amber Hamilton....2009Most Shutouts 1......... 16.......Morgan Childers...2008 2........... 1.......Brittany Rice...........2008-09 ......... 1.......Amber Hamilton....2009Most Innings Pitched 1.... 423.0.......Morgan Childers...2008 2.... 121.2.......Brittany Rice...........2008-09 3...... 81.2.......Amber Hamilton....2009 4...... 17.2.......Kayla Short.............2008 Most Strikeouts 1....... 535.......Morgan Childers...2008 2......... 42.......Brittany Rice...........2008-09 3......... 23.......Amber Hamilton....2009 4......... 12.......Kayla Short.............2008

Most Intentional Walks 1...... 7......................................2008 2...... 1......................................2009 Most Times Hit By Pitch 1...... 28....................................2009 2...... 25....................................2008 Most Sacrifice Flies 1...... 12....................................2009 2...... 9......................................2008 Most Sacrifice Bunts 1...... 44....................................2008 2...... 32....................................2009 Most Stolen Bases 1...... 95 (95-118).....................2008 2...... 56 (56-73).......................2009 w

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Fielding Records Most Home Runs 1......... 7....... Lauren Quevedo.........2008 ....... 7....... Courtney Feldon...........2008 3......... 6....... Vanesa Flores...............2008 4......... 4....... Crislyn Chewning.......2009 5......... 3....... Courtney Feldon...........2009 ....... 3....... Lauren Quevedo.........2009

Highest Batting Avg. (minimum 50 AB) 1.... .372....... Courtney Feldon........... (51-137).......... 2008 2.... .357....... Heidi Gibbs................... (56-157).......... 2008 3.... .342....... Kim Brasil.................... (41-120).......... 2009 4.... .331....... Shay Slater................... (55-166).......... 2008 5.... .329....... Heidi Gibbs................... (48-146).......... 2009 Highest Slugging Pct. (minimum 50 AB) 1.... .584....... Courtney Feldon........... (137 AB)......... 2008 2.... .526....... Lauren Quevedo......... (114 AB)......... 2008 3.... .500....... Kim Brasil.................... (120 AB)......... 2009 4.... .466....... Crislyn Chewning....... (146 AB)......... 2009 5.... .465....... Kim Brasil.................... (159 AB)......... 2008

Most Chances 1..... 343....... Tiffany Pitcher...............2008 2..... 286....... Lauren Quevedo.........2009 3..... 244....... Kim Brasil....................2009 4..... 193....... Lauren Quevedo.........2008 5..... 149....... Kim Brasil....................2008

Most Runs Batted In 1....... 32....... Courtney Feldon...........2008 2....... 30....... Crislyn Chewning.......2009 ..... 30....... Lauren Quevedo.........2008 4....... 25....... Vanesa Flores...............2008 5....... 21....... Kim Brasil....................2008 ..... 21....... Shay Slater...................2008

Highest On Base Pct. (minimum 50 AB) 1.... .449....... Courtney Feldon........... (137 AB)......... 2008 2.... .427....... Heidi Gibbs................... (157 AB)......... 2008 3.... .419....... Lauren Quevedo......... (114 AB)......... 2008 4.... .418....... Heidi Gibbs................... (146 AB)......... 2009 5.... .398....... Kim Brasil.................... (159 AB)......... 2008

Most Putouts 1..... 315....... Tiffany Pitcher...............2008 2..... 275....... Lauren Quevedo.........2009 3..... 202....... Kim Brasil....................2009 4..... 184....... Lauren Quevedo.........2008 5..... 132....... Kim Brasil....................2008

Most Total Bases 1....... 80....... Courtney Feldon...........2008 2....... 74....... Kim Brasil....................2008 3....... 68....... Crislyn Chewning.......2009 4....... 67....... Heidi Gibbs...................2008 5....... 65....... Shay Slater...................2008

Highest Stolen Base Pct. (minimum 10 attempts) 1.... .941....... Kim Brasil.................... (16-17)............ 2008 2.... .900....... Kim Brasil.................... (9-10).............. 2009 3.... .897....... Shay Slater................... (26-29)............ 2008 4.... .727....... Crislyn Chewning....... (8-11).............. 2009 5.... .700....... Amber Patterson........... (7-10).............. 2008 .. .700....... Heidi Gibbs................... (14-20)............ 2008

Most Assists 1....... 68....... Keri Sarratt..................2009 2....... 61....... Ana Mitchell................2008 3....... 47....... Brittany Rice.................2008 4....... 46....... Amber Patterson...........2008 5....... 45....... Courtney Feldon...........2008

Most Walks 1....... 21....... Kim Brasil....................2008 2....... 17....... Courtney Feldon...........2008 ..... 17....... Tiffany Pitcher...............2008 4....... 16....... Heidi Gibbs...................2009 ..... 16....... Shay Slater...................2008

Most At Bats 1..... 166....... Shay Slater...................2008 2..... 159....... Kim Brasil....................2008 3..... 157....... Heidi Gibbs...................2008 4..... 146....... Heidi Gibbs...................2009 ... 146....... Crislyn Chewning.......2009

Most Errors 1....... 13....... Ana Mitchell................2008 2......... 8....... Keri Sarratt..................2009 ....... 8....... Amber Patterson...........2008 4......... 6....... Sasha Stepaniuk..........2008 ....... 6....... Tiffany Pitcher...............2008

Most Times Hit By Pitch 1......... 9....... Lauren Quevedo.........2009 2......... 7....... Heidi Gibbs...................2009 ....... 7....... Lauren Quevedo.........2008 4......... 6....... Heidi Gibbs...................2008 5......... 4....... Monica Hall..................2009 ....... 4....... Ana Mitchell................2008

Most Runs Scored 1....... 43....... Shay Slater...................2008 2....... 36....... Heidi Gibbs...................2009 ..... 36....... Kim Brasil....................2008 4....... 34....... Heidi Gibbs...................2008 5....... 21....... Courtney Feldon...........2008

Most Double Plays Turned 1......... 7....... Katie Adams.................2008 2......... 5....... Tiffany Pitcher...............2008 ....... 5....... Courtney Feldon...........2008 4......... 4....... Lauren Quevedo.........2009 ....... 4....... Lauren Quevedo.........2008 ....... 4....... Ana Mitchell................2008

ost Sacrifice Flies M 1......... 3....... Crislyn Chewning.......2009 ....... 3....... Shay Slater...................2008 3......... 2....... Tiffany Pitcher...............2008 4......... 1....... 13 Times

Most Hits 1....... 56....... Heidi Gibbs...................2008 2....... 55....... Shay Slater...................2008 3....... 51....... Courtney Feldon...........2008 4....... 50....... Kim Brasil....................2008 5....... 48....... Heidi Gibbs...................2009

Most Sacrifice Bunts 1........11....... Tiffany Pitcher...............2008 2......... 9....... Janna Lewis................2009 3......... 8....... Amber Patterson...........2008 4......... 6....... Vanesa Flores...............2008 5......... 5....... Heidi Gibbs...................2008 ....... 5....... Keri Sarratt..................2009 ....... 5....... Ana Mitchell................2008

Most Doubles 1....... 12....... Kim Brasil....................2009 2......... 9....... Heidi Gibbs...................2008 3......... 8....... Heidi Gibbs...................2009 ....... 8....... Kim Brasil....................2008 5......... 7....... Shay Slater...................2008 ....... 7....... Lauren Quevedo.........2009

Most Stolen Bases 1....... 26....... Shay Slater (26-29)......2008 2....... 16....... Kim Brasil (16-17).......2008 3....... 14....... Heidi Gibbs (14-20)......2008 4......... 9....... Heidi Gibbs (9-14)........2009 ....... 9....... Kim Brasil (9-10).........2009

Most Triples 1......... 5....... Kim Brasil....................2008 2......... 3....... Crislyn Chewning.......2009 3......... 2....... Kim Brasil....................2009 4......... 1....... Courtney Feldon...........2008 ....... 1....... Ana Mitchell................2009 ....... 1....... Heidi Gibbs...................2008 ....... 1....... Heidi Gibbs...................2009

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Highest Fielding Pct. (minimum 25 chances) 1..1.000....... Lauren Quevedo......... (184-9-0)......... 2008 .1.000....... Amber Hamilton.......... (4-34-0)........... 2009 .1.000....... Jenna Torbert.............. (77-19-0)......... 2009 .1.000....... Heidi Gibbs................... (60-3-0)........... 2008 5.... .987....... Amber Patterson........... (72-4-1)........... 2009

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Single-Season Records • Division I Era Pitching Records owest Earned Run Average (minimum 50 IP) L 1.... 1.37....... Morgan Childers......... (214.0 IP)........ 2008 2.... 1.64....... Morgan Childers......... (209.0 IP)........ 2009 3.... 3.60....... Amber Hamilton.......... (81.2 IP).......... 2009 4.... 3.66....... Brittany Rice................. (111.0 IP)........ 2008

Most Saves 1......... 4....... Morgan Childers.........2009 2......... 2....... Amber Hamilton..........2009 ....... 2....... Morgan Childers.........2008

Most Innings Pitched 1..214.0....... Morgan Childers.........2008 2..209.0....... Morgan Childers.........2009 3... 111.0....... Brittany Rice.................2008 4.... 81.2....... Amber Hamilton..........2009 5.... 17.2....... Kayla Short...................2008

Most Appearances 1....... 39....... Morgan Childers.........2008 2....... 37....... Morgan Childers.........2009 3....... 23....... Brittany Rice.................2008 4....... 22....... Amber Hamilton..........2009 5....... 10....... Kayla Short...................2008

Lowest Opponent Batting Average (minimum 50 IP) 1.... .171....... Morgan Childers......... (214.0 IP)........ 2008 2.... .186....... Morgan Childers......... (209.0 IP)........ 2009 3.... .300....... Amber Hamilton.......... (81.2 IP).......... 2009 4.... .308....... Brittany Rice................. (111.0 IP)........ 2008 Most Strikeouts/7 Inn Game (minimum 50 IP) 1.... 9.28....... Morgan Childers......... (209.0 IP)........ 2009 2.... 8.44....... Morgan Childers......... (214.0 IP)........ 2008 3.... 2.46....... Brittany Rice................. (111.0 IP)........ 2008 4.... 1.97....... Amber Hamilton.......... (81.2 IP).......... 2009

Most Hits Allowed 1..... 143....... Brittany Rice.................2008 2..... 139....... Morgan Childers.........2009 3..... 127....... Morgan Childers.........2008 4..... 100....... Amber Hamilton..........2009 5....... 22....... Brittany Rice.................2009 ..... 22....... Kayla Short...................2008

Most Games Started 1....... 30....... Morgan Childers.........2009 2....... 27....... Morgan Childers.........2008 3....... 19....... Brittany Rice.................2008 4....... 15....... Amber Hamilton..........2009 5......... 3....... Kayla Short...................2008

Most Wins 1....... 27....... Morgan Childers (27-5)....................... 2008 2....... 23....... Morgan Childers (23-9)....................... 2009 3......... 6....... Brittany Rice (6-9).........2008 4......... 4....... Amber Hamilton (4-6).2009 5......... 2....... Brittany Rice (2-1).........2009

Most Runs Allowed 1....... 82....... Brittany Rice.................2008 2....... 62....... Morgan Childers.........2009 3....... 59....... Morgan Childers.........2008 4....... 49....... Amber Hamilton..........2009 5....... 15....... Kayla Short...................2008

Most Complete Games 1....... 25....... Morgan Childers.........2008 2....... 23....... Morgan Childers.........2009 3......... 6....... Brittany Rice.................2008 4......... 4....... Amber Hamilton..........2009

Most Losses 1......... 9....... Brittany Rice (6-9).........2008 ....... 9....... Morgan Childers (23-9)....................... 2009 3......... 6....... Amber Hamilton (4-6).2009 4......... 5....... Morgan Childers (27-5)....................... 2008 5......... 1....... Kayla Short (1-1)..........2008 ....... 1....... Brittany Rice (2-1).........2009

Most Walks Allowed 1....... 77....... Morgan Childers.........2008 2....... 50....... Morgan Childers.........2009 3....... 43....... Brittany Rice.................2008 4....... 32....... Amber Hamilton............2009 5....... 14....... Kayla Short...................2008

Most Shutouts 1....... 10....... Morgan Childers.........2008 2......... 6....... Morgan Childers.........2009 3......... 1....... Brittany Rice.................2008 ....... 1....... Amber Hamilton..........2009

Most Strikeouts 1..... 277....... Morgan Childers.........2009 2..... 258....... Morgan Childers.........2008 3....... 39....... Brittany Rice.................2008 4....... 23....... Amber Hamilton..........2009 5....... 12....... Kayla Short...................2008

Morgan Childers’ names appears at the top of nearly every Upstate NCAA Division I record category, while also holding the distinction of owning two career records at Upstate. w

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All-Time Participants

Carrie Ethell 1994-97

Jessica Guillory 1994-97

A-A-A Katie Adams..................................2005-08 Jessica Addison.............................2001-02 Lindsey Addyman..........................2002 April Akin........................................1988-89 Becky Albers..................................2003-04 Krista Altom...................................2002-05 Jamie Amerine...............................2006-07 Phyllis Ashburn..............................1980-81 Andi Ashmore................................1980-81 Kacey Ayers...................................2001-04 B-B-B Carolyn Bailey...............................1975 Jennifer Barnett.............................1992-95 Sydney Bartha...............................2009 Beth Bayer.....................................1999-00 Valerie Bayer.................................1999-02 Ashleigh Beck................................2004-07 Michelle Bequette..........................1992-94 Marcelle Berrios.............................1997-98 Stacey Berrong..............................1996-99 Aneisa Bittner................................1988-89 Keeta Blankenship.........................1988-91 Tara Boozer...................................1997-00 Rae Bostic.....................................1998-01 Dawn Bowden...............................1985-86 Dana Brasfield...............................1988-91 Kim Brasil.....................................2008Jaime Brennan..............................1998-99 Kandice Burchette.........................1998 Kensie Burchette...........................1998-00 Jessie Burroughs...........................2004-05 C-C-C Linda Campbell..............................1990-93 Donna Cannon..............................1980-81 Barbara Cardiff..............................1985-86 Tera Carson...................................1996-97 Age Cataldo...................................2005-06 Crislyn Chewning........................2009Morgan Childers..........................2008Megan Clark..................................2004-05 Stacey Copple...............................1992-93 Kelly Coyle.....................................1985-86 Brandi Couch.................................2001-02 Shay Craft......................................1985-86 Allie Cyrill.......................................2002-05 D-D-D Saylly Davis...................................1985-86 Baillie Denson................................2006-07 Anna Derrick..................................1997-99 Kristen Diamond............................1997-99 Renee Dobrinski............................2000-01 Connie Dobson..............................1980-81 Kristin Dodson...............................2004-05 Erin Driggers..................................2003-06 E-E-E Sylvia Easler..................................1975 Jennifer Ehrhard............................1994 Robin Elder....................................1989-00 Pat Epps........................................1975 Carrie Ethell...................................1994-97

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Leigh Harrison 1993-96

Michelle Hickson 2000-01

Tamara Oldaker 1999-02

M-M-M Audrey Madden.............................1988-89 Jessie Mae....................................1980-81 Kelli Maloney.................................1992-93 Adanis Marcote..............................1985-86 Johnsie McCall..............................1989-90 Ashley McCurry...........................2010Lindsay McCutcheon.....................2005-06 Wendy Merchant...........................1988-89 Blake Meredith.............................2010Kristy Middagh...............................1999-02 Evan Miller. ...................................2004 Ana Mitchell.................................2007Katelyn Molkenthin......................2009Emily Monteith...............................2008 Shannon Montgomery...................1988-89 Sharon Morales.............................2000 Mitzi Morgan..................................1985-86 Maureen Morris.............................1992-93

G-G-G Casey Galvin.................................2003 Kellie George.................................2001-02 Heidi Gibbs...................................2006-09 Elida Gil de Montes.......................2003-04 Tina Gilbert....................................1985-86 Tracy Goad....................................1994 Chanel Gonzales...........................2000-01 Maybelle Gossett...........................1985-86 Terra Goswick................................2004-05 Virginia Gowin...............................1994-95 Sue Graham..................................1985-86 Betsy Gregory................................1980-81 Juli Grimes.....................................1998-99 Jessica Guillory.............................1994-97 H-H-H Monica Hall...................................2009Amber Hamilton...........................2009Vanessa Hardin.............................1980-81 Ericka Harris................................2010Stephanie Harris............................1991-93 Leigh Harrison...............................1993-96 Susan Harrison..............................1975 Trina Hartin....................................1980-81 Mandy Hawkins.............................1990-91 Teresa Haynes...............................2006 Lynne Henderson..........................1980-81 Monica Henderson........................1988-90 Susan Henson...............................1975 Kasey Heron..................................2003-06 Michelle Hickson............................2000-01 Cathy Holder..................................1992 Jessica Hull...................................2004-05

N-N-N Jill Nichols......................................2003 O-O-O Pauline O’Berc...............................1988-91 Judy Odom....................................1975 Cheyanna Ohlrich........................2010Tamara Oldaker.............................1999-02 P-P-P Maricela Panuco............................2000 Amber Patterson..........................2007-09 Cindy Patton..................................1990-92 Amy Parker....................................1994-97 Megan Patterson...........................1995-96 Joey Paugh....................................1990-91 Missy Pearson...............................1999 Hazel Pendergrapgh......................1985-86 Christine Pirinoli.............................2002-03 Jamie Pirinoli.................................2002-03 Tiffany Pitcher................................2005-08 Traci Pittington...............................1987-88 Kim Price.......................................1992-93

J-J-J Eileen Janeski...............................2000-02 Emily Jeffery..................................2007 Kerensa Johnson...........................1993-96 Jessica Jolly..................................2004-07 Betty Jones....................................1975 Candy Jones..................................1980-81 Mary Jones....................................1988-91 Susan Jones..................................1980-81 Kit Jordan......................................1975 Karly Justice..................................2001-04

Q-Q-Q Lauren Quevedo..........................2008R-R-R Brittany Rice..................................2007-09 JoAnne Rice..................................1985-86 Sharon Rice...................................1980-81 Crystal Roberts..............................1994 Angie Robins.................................1992 Debra Rozier.................................1990-92 Kris Ruffo.......................................1990-91 Dawn Ruhstorfer............................1992

K-K-K Jena Keith......................................2005-07 Karey Kersey.................................1999 Stacey Kizer..................................2006-07 L-L-L Jen Lamonica...............................2010Penny Land...................................1980-81 Katie Lang.....................................1999-00 w

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Serena Lee....................................1995 Emily Lewis....................................2003 Janna Lewis.................................2009Kathy Linenberger.........................1990-91 Kristen Liner..................................2003 Ashley Livingston...........................1996-98 Melissa Lockey............................2006-09 Tracey Long...................................1988-91

F-F-F Chris Fall.......................................1989-90 Rachel Farrar.................................2001-02 Melissa Feagan.............................1999 Courtney Feldon............................2008-09 Ashley Fizzell.................................1993-95 Kelly Flack.....................................1990-91 Vanesa Flores................................2007-08 Cheryl Fowler................................1980-81

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Kris Ruffo 1990-91

S-S-S Lauri Sacco....................................1991-92 Chrissy Sanders............................1998 Keri Sarratt...................................2007Marguerite Searle..........................1975 Jackie Sepulveda..........................2003-04 Haley Sheehan.............................2010Brittany Shetley.............................2005 Kayla Short....................................2008 Mandy Simmons............................1989-91 Shay Slater....................................2005-08 Gina Smiley...................................1985-86 Juicy Smith....................................1998 Kelley Smith...................................1988-89 Rachel Smith.................................1994-96 Fannie Snoody..............................1992-93 Tiffany Steenburgen......................1997-99 Sasha Stepaniuk...........................2008 Stacey Stepek...............................2005-06 Teresa Stewart...............................1998 Kim Sullivan...................................1980-81 Missy Sullivan................................1989-91 Sonja Summerlin...........................1980-81 Erin Svendsen...............................1995-96 T-T-T Courtney Tate................................2008-09 Dani Taylor.....................................2009 Lynn Thomason.............................1980-81 Michelle Thompson.......................1990-92 Jenna Torbert...............................2008Dawn Troutman.............................1994 Carol Turano..................................1985-86 V-V-V Julie Vaughn..................................1997-98 Laura Vinciguerra..........................1989-90 W-W-W Cheryl Warren...............................1980-81 Bonnie Watts.................................1980-81 Holly Webber.................................1994-97 Kerry White....................................2004-05 Jennifer Whited..............................2004-06 Heather Whiteside.........................2000-02 Becca Williams............................2009Stephanie Williams........................2002-03 Shelly Wilson.................................1988-89 Susan Wood..................................1975 Tonya Wright..................................1985-86 Y-Y-Y Alex Yohe.....................................2010Z-Z-Z Katie Zauner.................................20102010 Players Boldface


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All-Time Results 1986 (12-23) Coach: Sherman Eller UNC Asheville......................... W.15-10 Central Wesleyan.................... L....2-12 Central Wesleyan.................... L....6-10 Anderson................................. L......5-8 Anderson................................. L......0-8 North Greenville...................... W.....4-2 North Greenville....................... L......1-5 Cecil CC................................. W.19-16 Cecil CC................................. W.....5-1 Francis Marion......................... L......2-9 Francis Marion......................... L....2-10 Voorhees................................ W.....7-4 Voorhees................................ W...10-6 Lander..................................... L.... 0-11 Methodist................................. L......2-5 Mercer.................................... W... 11-4 Central Wesleyan................... W.....7-6 Central Wesleyan.................... L......2-4 Erskine..................................... L....7-16 Erskine.................................... W.....9-8 UNC Charlotte......................... L....6-16 UNC Charlotte......................... L....0-15 Limestone................................ L......1-3 Limestone................................ L......2-8 Spartanburg Methodist........... W.....8-3 Spartanburg Methodist............ L....3-13 Morris...................................... W...22-8 Morris...................................... W... 11-5 Claflin....................................... L......5-8 Claflin....................................... L......2-5 Francis Marion......................... L....3-10 Coastal Carolina...................... L....1-12 Limestone................................ L......0-6 Erskine..................................... L......1-2 Erskine..................................... L......3-7 1987 (28-20) Coach: Mark Cooke No Game-By-Game Record 1988 (25-14) Coach: Mark Cooke Claflin...................................... W.....4-3 Claflin...................................... W.....9-6 Coker...................................... W...12-1 Coker...................................... W...12-1 Furman.................................... L......1-5 Furman.................................... L......2-5 UNC Charlotte......................... L......0-5 UNC Charlotte......................... L......0-1 George Mason........................ W.....4-3 George Mason........................ W.....1-0 USC Aiken.............................. W...10-4 USC Aiken.............................. W...10-0 American International............. L......0-2 American International............ W.....7-3 Erskine.................................... W...10-7 Francis Marion........................ W.....4-3 Wayne State............................ L......0-9 Francis Marion......................... L......6-7 Voorhees................................ W...10-0 Voorhees................................. L......4-5 Erskine.................................... W.....8-3 Georgia Tech.......................... W.....7-1 Georgia Tech.......................... W...14-0 Central Wesleyan................... W.....9-1 Brown..................................... W.....7-2 Brown...................................... L......0-8 Georgia Tech.......................... W.....1-0 Georgia Tech.......................... W.....5-0 Lander..................................... L......3-4 Lander.................................... W.....4-3 George Mason........................ W...10-0 Ohio State............................... W.....4-3 Virginia..................................... L......3-5 Penn State............................... L......6-8 Newberry................................ W...10-0 Newberry................................ W...13-1 Limestone................................ L......3-4 Limestone................................ L......1-7 Central Wesleyan................... W.....7-5

Charleston Southern............... W... 11-3 Charleston Southern............... W...10-0 Gardner-Webb........................ W.....8-6 Gardner-Webb........................ W.....6-0 Central Wesleyan................... W.....3-2 Central Wesleyan................... W.....9-0 USC Aiken.............................. W.....8-0 USC Aiken.............................. W... 11-2 Limestone............................... W... 11-1 Limestone............................... W.....1-0 Limestone............................... W.....5-4 Limestone............................... W.....6-5 Lander.................................... W.....4-3 Lander.................................... W.....7-2 Voorhees................................ W...18-0 Voorhees................................ W...10-0 Claflin...................................... W.....3-2 Claflin...................................... W.....8-0 Central Wesleyan.................... L......0-2 Lander.................................... W.....3-2 Newberry................................ W.....4-0 $Central Wesleyan................. W.....9-0 $Claflin..................................... L......4-7 $Limestone.............................. L......2-8 $NAIA District Six Playoffs

1989 (24-22) Coach: Mark Cooke Coker...................................... W.....8-1 Coker...................................... W.....4-2 UNC Greensboro..................... L......0-2 UNC Greensboro.................... W.....3-0 Charleston Southern............... W.....2-0 Georgia State.......................... L......0-4 Columbus State...................... W.....7-3 Benedict.................................. W...14-4 Benedict.................................. W...10-0 USC Aiken.............................. W.....8-3 USC Aiken.............................. W...14-4 Erskine.................................... W.....9-6 Erskine.................................... W.....8-7 UNC Asheville.......................... L......6-8 UNC Asheville......................... W.....3-0 Dexter...................................... L......1-2 East Carolina........................... L......3-4 George Mason......................... L......2-4 North Carolina......................... L......6-8 Temple..................................... L......1-8 Furman.................................... L......0-5 Furman.................................... L......1-2 Lander..................................... L......1-2 Lander..................................... L....5-10 Central Wesleyan................... W.....7-2 Central Wesleyan.................... L......1-3 Morris...................................... W.....7-0 Morris...................................... W...10-3 North Carolina......................... L......0-6 North Carolina......................... L....0-10 Voorhees................................ W...18-1 Voorhees................................ W...15-8 Limestone............................... W.....5-4 Limestone................................ L......2-4 Claflin....................................... L....7-10 Claflin...................................... W.....2-1 Newberry................................ W... 11-1 Newberry................................. L......2-8 Francis Marion......................... L......1-9 Francis Marion......................... L....2-12 $Lander.................................. W.13-12 $Francis Marion....................... L....6-16 $Central Wesleyan................. W.....2-1 $Newberry.............................. W.....8-5 $Francis Marion...................... W.....5-3 $Limestone.............................. L......2-3 $NAIA District Six Playoffs

1991 (31-9) Coach: Kathy Linenberger Charleston Southern............... W.....4-2 Charleston Southern................ L......6-7 Barry........................................ L......1-3 Bridgeport............................... W.....8-4 Tampa...................................... L......0-3 USC Aiken.............................. W...14-0 USC Aiken.............................. W.....8-1 Columbus State...................... W.....6-1 Georgia State......................... W.....2-0 Charleston Southern............... W.....4-0 Limestone............................... W.....7-0 Limestone............................... W.....2-1 Limestone................................ L......1-4 Newberry................................ W...12-0 UNC Charlotte......................... L......0-4 UNC Charlotte........................ W.....4-1 Charleston Southern............... W.....6-0 Charleston Southern............... W...15-1 UNC Greensboro.................... W.....2-1 UNC Greensboro.................... W.....7-5 Campbell................................ W.....2-0 Campbell................................ W.....6-4 North Carolina......................... L......0-6 North Carolina......................... L......1-7 Wingate.................................. W.....8-3 Wingate.................................. W.....4-2 Francis Marion........................ W.....5-2 Francis Marion........................ W.....3-0 Lander..................................... L......2-3 Limestone............................... W.....4-3 Claflin...................................... W...10-0 Limestone............................... W.....2-0 Limestone............................... W.....1-0 Columbus State...................... W.....1-0 Mercer.................................... W.....8-1 Georgia Tech.......................... W.....2-0 Columbus State...................... W.....4-3 Georgia Tech........................... L......0-4 Central Wesleyan................... W.....8-0 Central Wesleyan................... W.....3-0

1990 (40-15) Co-Coaches: Shannon Gregg and Kathy Pierce Furman.................................... L......1-3 Furman.................................... L......1-2 Georgia Southern................... W.....6-2 Georgia Southern.................... L......6-7 Coker....................................... L......2-3 Coker...................................... W.....3-0 Livingston............................... W.....3-0 West Georgia.......................... W...10-0 Jacksonville State.................... L......3-4 Delta State.............................. W...13-3 Livingston................................ L......2-5 Assumption............................. W.....4-3 Columbus State....................... L....2-12 Charleston Southern................ L......0-4 Georgia State.......................... L......0-5 Francis Marion........................ W.....6-2 Francis Marion........................ W.....5-3 Tampa..................................... W... 11-3 Tampa...................................... L......2-3 St. Leo.................................... W.....4-2 St. Leo.................................... W.....6-1 Stetson................................... W.....9-4 Stetson................................... W.....9-5 Columbus State...................... W.....3-2 Columbus State....................... L......1-3 UNC Greensboro.................... W.....3-2 UNC Greensboro.................... W.....7-4 UNC Charlotte......................... L......1-2 UNC Charlotte........................ W.....2-1 UNC Asheville......................... W.....4-0 UNC Asheville......................... W...10-0 w

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All-Time Results Longwood................................ L......5-9 Anderson................................. L......0-5 Catawba................................. W.....9-1 Anderson................................. L.... 3-11 State Andrews........................ W.....5-1 Barry....................................... W.....9-5 Barry........................................ L....8-10 Wingate.................................. W.....4-0 Wingate.................................. W.....5-1 USC Aiken*.............................. L......5-7 Augusta State*........................ W.....1-0 Francis Marion*....................... L......5-6 *Peach Belt Tournament 1996 (30-21) Coach: Chris Hawkins Queens.................................... L......2-4 Queens................................... W.....9-2 North Florida........................... W.....1-0 North Florida............................ L......2-3 Piedmont................................ W.....8-0 Piedmont................................ W...10-0 Gardner-Webb........................ W...10-0 Gardner-Webb........................ W.....5-1 Coker....................................... L......2-7 Coker....................................... L......4-5 Mars Hill.................................. W...14-1 Mars Hill.................................. W.....8-0 Wingate.................................. W.....8-0 C.W. Post................................ W.....9-0 Lincoln Memorial.................... W.....4-3 Limestone............................... W.....7-4 Lander..................................... L......2-3 Alderson-Broaddus................. W.....3-1 Alderson-Broaddus................. W.....7-1 California (PA)......................... L......0-3 California (PA)......................... L....3-14 USC Aiken.............................. W.....7-0 USC Aiken.............................. W.....9-0 Lander.................................... W.....5-3 Lander.................................... W.....9-6 Augusta State......................... W.....4-3 Augusta State......................... W.....6-0 Francis Marion......................... L......1-4 Francis Marion......................... L......5-6 Furman.................................... L......2-8 Furman.................................... L......1-7 UNC Pembroke...................... W...12-3 UNC Pembroke....................... L....7-10 Kennesaw State...................... L....7-10 Kennesaw State...................... L......0-8 Valdosta State......................... L......0-8 Valdosta State......................... L......7-8 Piedmont................................ W...12-3 Piedmont................................ W...15-2 Wingate.................................. W.....5-0 Wingate.................................. W.....8-0 GC&SU................................... W...10-2 GC&SU................................... W.....9-0 Limestone................................ L......7-8 Limestone............................... W.....9-8 Southern Wesleyan................. L......2-3 Southern Wesleyan................. L......0-1 Augusta State*......................... L......2-3 USC Aiken*............................. W.....6-1 Francis Marion*...................... W.....3-2 Augusta State*......................... L......0-5 * Peach Belt Tournament 1997 (27-18) Coach: Chris Hawkins Belmont Abbey....................... W.....2-1 Belmont Abbey....................... W...14-1 Furman................................... W.....5-1 Furman.................................... L......0-4 Queens................................... W.....3-1 Queens................................... W.....7-4 Wingate................................... L......1-2 Wingate................................... L......0-5 Lander.................................... W...10-0 Lander.................................... W.....4-1 Mars Hill.................................. W.....8-0 Mars Hill.................................. W...18-3 Anderson................................ W.....9-0

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1999 (41-14) Coach: Chris Hawkins Radford................................... W.....1-0 Radford................................... W.....5-4 Mars Hill.................................. W...21-1 Mars Hill.................................. W... 11-0 Furman................................... W.....2-1 Furman.................................... L......0-1 Queens................................... W.....5-4 Queens................................... W.....5-0 Newberry................................ W.....3-0 Newberry................................ W.....8-0 Anderson................................ W...15-3 Anderson................................ W...12-0 UNC Pembroke...................... W...16-0 UNC Pembroke...................... W...21-1 Lenoir-Rhyne.......................... W.....5-3 Lenoir-Rhyne.......................... W.....2-1 Edinboro................................. W.....5-3 Wingate.................................. W.....8-0. W. Virginia Wesleyan.............. W.....5-2 North Florida............................ L......4-6 North Florida............................ L......4-5 North Florida........................... W.....4-5 Valdosta State......................... L......4-8 Valdosta State........................ W...13-1 Armstrong Atlantic State.......... L......0-8 Armstrong Atlantic State.......... L......3-5 Mars Hill.................................. W...10-0 Mars Hill.................................. W...13-1 Columbus State....................... L......0-5 Columbus State....................... L......0-6 USC Aiken.............................. W.....8-3 USC Aiken.............................. W.....6-3 Gardner-Webb........................ W...14-4 Gardner-Webb........................ W...14-0 Lander..................................... L......6-8 Lander.................................... W.....6-5 GC&SU................................... W.....3-2 GC&SU................................... W.....5-1 Anderson................................ W.....2-1 Anderson................................ W...12-0 Augusta State......................... W.....7-6 GC&SU................................... W.....7-3 Francis Marion........................ W.....5-2 USC Aiken.............................. W.....2-0 Coker....................................... L......0-9 Limestone............................... W.....8-3 Limestone............................... W...10-5 Augusta State......................... W.....3-1 Augusta State.......................... L......0-1 Kennesaw State...................... L....0-13 Kennesaw State...................... L....4-12 Newberry................................ W.....8-2 Newberry................................ W...12-7 Francis Marion........................ W.....5-1 Francis Marion........................ W.....3-2

1998 (23-24) Coach: Chris Hawkins Furman.................................... L......0-4 Furman.................................... L......0-4 Mars Hill.................................. W.....8-1 Mars Hill.................................. W.....4-0 Wingate.................................. W.....9-4 Wingate.................................. W.....8-4 Thomas................................... W.....8-2 Huntington.............................. W.....3-1 West Georgia.......................... W.....9-3 Mobile...................................... L......0-8 Queens.................................... L......3-4 Queens.................................... L......6-7 C.W. Post................................. L......1-3 Newberry................................ W...14-3 Coker....................................... L......0-6 Limestone............................... W.....7-1 Anderson................................ W... 11-1 Anderson................................ W.....9-1 Augusta State.......................... L......3-4 Augusta State.......................... L......2-5 Lander..................................... L......1-3 Lander..................................... L......4-5 Wisconsin-Parkside................ W.....5-3 Wisconsin-Parkside................. L......2-3 Armstrong Atlantic State......... W.....6-2 Armstrong Atlantic State.......... L......0-9 USC Aiken.............................. W.....4-2 USC Aiken............................... L......3-8 UNC Pembroke...................... W.....6-4 UNC Pembroke...................... W...10-6 Gardner-Webb........................ W.....8-7 Gardner-Webb........................ W.....6-2 GC&SU................................... W.....9-3 GC&SU.................................... L......6-7 Kennesaw State...................... L......1-3 Kennesaw State...................... L......0-8 Francis Marion......................... L....2-12 Francis Marion......................... L......1-3 North Florida............................ L......0-8 North Florida........................... W.....2-1 Anderson................................ W.....3-1 Anderson................................ W.....3-2 Columbus State....................... L......2-7 Columbus State....................... L....1-17 GC&SU*................................. W.....9-6 Kennesaw State*..................... L......0-8 Lander*.................................... L......3-4 * Peach Belt Tournament w

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All-Time Results North Florida............................ L......4-9 North Florida............................ L......1-4 Armstrong Atlantic State.......... L......2-5 Armstrong Atlantic State.......... L......4-5 GC&SU.................................... L......1-6 GC&SU................................... W.....6-3 Limestone............................... W... 11-0 Limestone................................ L....8-13 Lander*.................................... L......2-4 Francis Marion*....................... L......6-8 * Peach Belt Tournament 2004 (38-16) NCAA Division II Regionals Coach: Chris Hawkins Mars Hill.................................. W.....2-0 Mars Hill.................................. W.....7-0 North Greenville...................... W.....8-0 North Greenville...................... W.....8-0 Anderson................................ W.....9-1 Anderson................................ W.....5-1 Queens................................... W.....5-0 Queens................................... W.....8-0 Limestone............................... W.....5-0 Limestone............................... W...10-2 Pfeiffer.................................... W.....3-0 Pfeiffer.................................... W.....5-4 Lander.................................... W.....2-1 Lander.................................... W.....5-0 Francis Marion......................... L......1-7 Francis Marion........................ W.....4-3 Belmont Abbey........................ L......1-3 Belmont Abbey....................... W.....6-2 USC Aiken.............................. W...10-4 USC Aiken.............................. W.....6-5 Barton..................................... W.....6-0 West Liberty State.................. W.....7-2 Tusculum................................ W.....3-1 Presbyterian........................... W.....8-7 Coker...................................... W... 11-3 West Virginia State................. W...13-2 Valdosta State........................ W.....1-0 Belmont Abbey....................... W.....4-1 Presbyterian............................ L......0-4 Lenoir-Rhyne........................... L......3-4 Mars Hill.................................. W.....3-0 Mars Hill.................................. W...12-1 Augusta State......................... W...10-0 Augusta State......................... W.....9-2 North Florida............................ L......1-2 North Florida............................ L......2-5 UNC Pembroke...................... W.....3-2 UNC Pembroke...................... W.....3-0 Columbus State....................... L......3-4 Columbus State....................... L......1-7 Kennesaw State...................... L......0-8 Kennesaw State...................... L......0-2 GC&SU.................................... L......4-7 GC&SU................................... W.....2-1 Armstrong Atlantic State.......... L......0-4 Armstrong Atlantic State......... W.....9-1 Lander*................................... W.....9-3 North Florida*......................... W.....1-0 Armstrong Atlantic State*......... L......1-2 Lander*................................... W.....3-1 Francis Marion*....................... L......4-5 Presbyterian#.......................... L......2-5 North Florida#......................... W.....5-2 Presbyterian#.......................... L......2-3 * Peach Belt Tournament # NCAA Tournament 2005 (46-15) NCAA Division II Regionals Coach: Chris Hawkins Mars Hill.................................. W.....5-2 Mars Hill.................................. W.....8-0 Francis Marion......................... L......3-4 Francis Marion......................... L......3-9 Anderson................................ W.....5-1 Anderson................................ W.....6-2 North Greenville...................... W.....4-2 North Greenville...................... W...14-4 USC Aiken.............................. W.....7-4

Goldey-Beacom...................... W.....8-1 GC&SU................................... W.....5-2 GC&SU.................................... L......4-8 Fairmont State........................ W.....6-2 Fairmont State......................... L......1-9 Tusculum................................ W.....2-1 West Virginia State................. W.....4-0 Alderson Broaddus.................. L......4-5 Saginaw Valley State.............. W.....7-6 Alderson Broaddus.................. L......0-4 Augusta State.......................... L......4-9 Augusta State......................... W.....4-2 North Georgia......................... W.....8-2 North Georgia......................... W.....8-0 Pfeiffer.................................... W.....9-1 Pfeiffer.................................... W...13-2 USC Aiken.............................. W.....6-1 USC Aiken.............................. W.....3-2 Columbus State....................... L....2-10 Columbus State....................... L......1-3 Mars Hill.................................. W.....4-1 Mars Hill.................................. W.....8-7 Armstrong Atlantic State......... W...10-6 Armstrong Atlantic State.......... L......4-6 UNC Pembroke....................... L......1-3 UNC Pembroke...................... W.....7-3 Montreat................................. W... 11-0 Montreat................................. W.....8-0 Lander*................................... W.....5-4 GC&SU*.................................. L......0-5 Francis Marion*...................... W.....4-2 Armstrong Atlantic State*......... L......3-7 Lenoir-Rhyne#......................... L......2-3 Queens#.................................. L......1-6 * Peach Belt Tournament # NCAA Tournament

USC Aiken.............................. W.....6-0 Lenoir-Rhyne.......................... W.....3-1 Lenoir-Rhyne.......................... W.....4-0 Lander.................................... W.....3-2 Lander.................................... W.....8-0 Newberry................................ W.....8-2 Newberry................................ W.....3-1 UNC Pembroke...................... W...12-5 UNC Pembroke....................... L......2-5 Coker...................................... W.....4-0 Wheeling Jesuit...................... W... 11-1 Fayetteville State.................... W...30-3 Newberry................................ W.....3-2 W. Virginia Wesleyan.............. W.....7-2 Wheeling Jesuit...................... W.....9-1 Wheeling Jesuit...................... W...14-4 Bluefield State........................ W.....9-0 Presbyterian........................... W.....5-2 Salem International................. W.....9-0 Queens................................... W.....5-0 Newberry................................ W.....9-1 Lander.................................... W.....7-0 Presbyterian........................... W.....5-2 Columbus State...................... W.....4-3 Columbus State....................... L......0-9 Kennesaw State...................... L......0-2 Kennesaw State...................... L......1-5 Pfeiffer.................................... W... 11-3 Pfeiffer.................................... W.....3-0 Mars Hill................................... L......1-3 Mars Hill.................................. W... 11-0 North Florida............................ L......0-2 North Florida............................ L......0-4 North Greenville...................... W... 11-2 North Greenville...................... W.....4-1 Augusta State......................... W.....3-0 Augusta State.......................... L......5-6 Armstrong Atlantic State......... W.....5-4 Armstrong Atlantic State......... W.....5-2 GC&SU.................................... L......6-8 Armstrong Atlantic State*........ W.....4-1 Kennesaw State*..................... L....2-15 GC&SU*................................. W.....5-2 USC Aiken*.............................. L......4-6 Erskine.................................... W.....8-0 Erskine.................................... W.....7-4 Coker#.................................... W.....7-1 North Florida#......................... W.....5-3 Columbus State#.................... W.....7-3 Kennesaw State#.................... L......2-7 Kennesaw State#.................... L......6-8 * Peach Belt Tournament # NCAA Tournament

2007 (47-15) NCAA Division II Regionals Coach: Chris Hawkins Anderson................................ W.....8-0 Anderson................................ W...12-4 Limestone............................... W...12-3 Limestone............................... W...14-1 North Greenville...................... W.....6-1 North Greenville...................... W...14-0 USC Aiken.............................. W.....6-1 USC Aiken.............................. W.....4-2 Bluefield State........................ W... 11-3 Bluefield State........................ W.....9-1 Augusta State......................... W.....6-5 Augusta State......................... W.....7-3

Carson-Newman...................... L....6-10 Carson-Newman..................... W.....9-3 Columbus State....................... L......1-3 Columbus State...................... W.....5-4 GCSU..................................... W.....3-2 GCSU...................................... L......1-3 Coker....................................... L......2-4 Fairmont State........................ W.....5-2 Bloomsburg............................ W.....3-0 Lenoir-Rhyne........................... L......0-3 Barton..................................... W.....6-4 Francis Marion......................... L......0-6 Francis Marion........................ W.12-10 Tusculum................................ W.....7-3 Lincoln memorial.................... W.....4-3 West Virginia State................. W...10-5 Salem International................. W.....8-0 Erskine.................................... W.....8-0 Erskine..................................... L......3-4 Georgia Southwestern............ W.....7-1 Georgia Southwestern............ W... 11-3 Ashland................................... W.....9-1 Lock Haven.............................. L....1-10 Mansfield................................ W.....9-0 Shippensburg......................... W.....8-6 East Stroudsburg.................... W.....8-0 Lander.................................... W.....9-0 Lander.................................... W.....2-0 Armstrong Atlantic State......... W.....2-1 Armstrong Atlantic State......... W.....9-3 Belmont Abbey....................... W.....6-1 Belmont Abbey....................... W.....7-0 North Georgia......................... W.....2-1 North Georgia.......................... L......3-6 North Greenville...................... W...14-1 North Greenville...................... W...10-0 Queens................................... W.....8-3 Queens................................... W.....5-0 Lenoir-Rhyne........................... L......3-6 Lenoir-Rhyne........................... L......1-3 UNC Pembroke...................... W.....7-3 UNC Pembroke...................... W... 11-5 Brevard................................... W.....8-0 Brevard................................... W.....9-0 USC Aiken*.............................. L......0-1 GCSU*.................................... W.....3-2 Armstrong Atlantic State*......... L......1-7 Carson-Newman#................... W...12-2 Columbus State#..................... L......0-5 Augusta State#........................ L......0-1 * Peach Belt Tournament # NCAA Tournament

The 2007 Spartans won a school record 47 games and made the program’s fourth straight and fifth overall appearance in the NCAA Division II Tournament.

2006 (41-18-1) NCAA Division II Regionals Coach: Chris Hawkins Mars Hill.................................. W.....3-1 Mars Hill.................................. W.....6-1 Newberry................................ W.....7-0 Newberry................................ W.....5-2 North Greenville...................... W.....8-0 North Greenville...................... W.....6-0 Lander..................................... L......2-3 Lander.................................... W.....7-4 Queens................................... W.....3-2 Queens.................................... L......1-4 Francis Marion........................ W.....2-1 Francis Marion........................ W.....3-2 Lenoir-Rhyne........................... L......0-7 Lenoir-Rhyne...........................T......4-4 West Virginia Wesleyan.......... W.....8-0 Presbyterian........................... W...13-0 West Virginia Wesleyan.......... W.....8-0 West Liberty State.................. W.....4-0 Coastal Carolina...................... L......1-4 Coastal Carolina...................... L......3-4 Georgian Court....................... W.....7-1 Charleston (W.Va.)................. W.....1-0 Belmont Abbey....................... W.....7-2 Bloomsburg............................ W.....3-2 Catawba................................. W.....5-1 Mount Olive............................ W.....9-3 w

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2008 A-Sun Standings Team W L Upstate 16 6 FGCU 16 6 Lipscomb 16 6 Kenn. St. 14 8 Stetson 13 8 N. Florida 13 9 Mercer 10 11 ETSU 10 12 Campbell 9 13 Gar.-Webb 6 16 Jacksonville 5 17 Belmont 3 19

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2008 Roster No.......... Player........................................ Pos. 1......... Shay Slater................................ OF 2......... Ana Mitchell............................... SS 3......... Heidi Gibbs................................ OF 4......... Courtney Feldon........................ 2B 5......... Emily Montieth........................... 3B 6......... Courtney Tate............................ OF 7......... Katie Adams.............................. 2B 8......... Melissa Lockey.......................... OF 9......... Amber Patterson........................ OF/3B 10......... Kim Brasil.................................. C/OF 11......... Jenna Torbert............................. C 12......... Keri Sarratt................................ 3B 13......... Vanesa Flores............................ C 15......... Brittany Rice.............................. RHP 19......... Sasha Stepaniuk....................... 3B 20......... Tiffany Pitcher............................ C/1B 22......... Morgan Childers........................ RHP 23......... Kayla Short................................ RHP 24......... Lauren Quevedo........................ 1B

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All-Time Record Versus The Opposition - Division I Years School Appalachian State Belmont * Campbell * Charleston Southern Charlotte Coastal Carolina College of Charleston ETSU * Florida Gulf Coast * Furman Gardner-Webb Jacksonville * James Madison Kennesaw State * Kent State Lafayette Lipscomb * Maryland-Baltimore County Mercer * Ole Miss Mississippi Valley State Montreat

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University of South Carolina Upstate

University of South Carolina Upstate will inspire you to do great things. The moment you step on campus, you’ll feel a vibrancy here, a charge that isn’t found anywhere else. It runs through our innovative new Health Education Complex, expansive international programs, and fan-fueled NCAA Division I athletics. It permeates the relationship between our faculty and students and between our campus and community. It’s the pulse that drives our students to succeed here and abroad. It’s the reason why we’re among the fastest-growing universities in South Carolina and one of the Southeast’s leading metropolitan universities. It’s also the reason why for 10 years in a row U.S. News & World Report has ranked us as one of the top five Comprehensive Colleges in the South. Located along the thriving economic I-85 corridor between Atlanta and Charlotte, we offer baccalaureate and master’s degrees and boast nationally accredited professional schools of business, nursing and education, plus the College of Arts and Sciences. USC Upstate is a place, our students tell us, that inspires them to greatness and shapes them to be an inspiration to others. It’s a place for you. Come be inspired.

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About Upstate

At USC Upstate, we want to change the way you think about your education and your future. When you step onto the rolling hills of our campus near the foot of the Blue Ridge Mountatins, you’ll be inspired to grow intellectually, culturally, socially and emotionally.

Small Campus. Big Possibilities. Located in the heart of South Carolina’s economic engine along the vibrant I-85 corridor between Atlanta and Charlotte, USC Upstate is home to 5,268 students from 38 states and 71 nations. We offer challenging academic courses, small class sizes, personal experiences, remarkable diversity, an expansive international community and a dynamic campus life. Our acclaimed and accredited academic programs create real opportunities for our students to build bridges to their future through internships, field service, study abroad and more. We take computer science, for example, and translate it into an innovative information management and systems program that helps graduates move into enterprises large and small as data managers, systems managers and IT professionals. We take political science and sociology and create a foundation for working in nonprofit administration. Our distinctive academic programs will enable you to lay out a foundation in the liberal arts that will serve you throughout a lifetime of learning.

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Facts You Should Know • USC Upstate was ranked fourth amongst Public Baccalaureate Colleges in the South according to the 2009 College Rankings by U.S. News & World Report. • USC Upstate is among the fastest growing universities in the State, now employing 650 full- and part-time faculty and staff and enrolling 5,268 students, reflecting the diversity of Upstate South Carolina. • Located in one of the most politically significant hotbeds in the nation, USC Upstate received visits from Republican Presidential candidate John McCain and former U.S. president Bill Clinton and his daughter, Chelsea Clinton, while campaigning for Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton in 2007. • According to U.S. News and World Report, USC Upstate is one of the 10-most ethnically diverse colleges in the South with a Diversity Index of 0.46. It is the most racially diverse public school in South Carolina. • From its founding, the University opened its doors to all races. Today, with a minority enrollment exceeding 30 percent and faculty representation increased to 14 percent, the institution is widely regarded as a leading example of interracial cooperation, cultural pluralism, equal opportunity, access and equity. • Of the University’s 5,268 enrolled students, 71 nations are represented among the student body, reflecting the Upstate’s international character. • The implementation of a 10-year, $150 million master plan that focuses on the development of the northern segment of the Spartanburg campus has dramatically increased classroom space, academic support facilities, parking and roadways, housing and athletic/recreational facilities. • The Susan Jacobs Arboretum features a 300-seat amphitheatre, a meandering creek lined with stones and boulders, lighted walkways and foliage indigenous to the area among its 12 acres. • Forty-two years after its founding, USC Upstate boasts an alumni base of more than 17,000, of which 80 percent of these graduates remain in the Upstate to build their lives and careers. • In the past 10 years, the campus has gone through a dramatic infrastructure makeover, including the building of the Louis P. Howell Athletic Complex, the Readiness Center, Palmetto House, Magnolia House, the Susan Jacobs Arboretum, the Health Education Complex and the soon to be completed George Dean Johnson, Jr. College of Business and Economics in downtown Spartanburg.

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The USC Upstate Athletic Department places a high empasis on academic achievements and in the 2008-09 school year, Upstate athletes continued to reach heights never before reached by the athletic department.

Academic Success Bachelor’s Degree Programs Art Studio (Graphic Design) Biology Business Administration and Economics (concentrations in accounting, economics/finance, business administration, management and marketing) Chemistry Communication (concentrations in electronic media, journalism, speech and theater) Computer Information Systems Computer Science Criminal Justice Early Childhood Education Elementary Education Engineering Technology Management English Experimental Psychology History Information Management and Systems Interdisciplinary Studies Mathematics Middle Grades Education Nonprofit Administration Nursing Physical Education Political Science Secondary Education (concentrations in biology, chemistry, English, mathematics, social studies/history, and Spanish) Sociology Special Education: Learning Disabilities Spanish

• 138 Atlantic Sun Conference All-Academic Team selections. • 28 student-athletes posted a perfect 4.0 GPA during one of the 2008-09 semesters. • 17 Individual National Academic Awards in 2007-08 (11 Softball, 4 Women’s Tennis, 2 Men’s Tennis) • 7 teams posted better than a 3.0 GPA in 2008-2009 (Men’s Basketball, Women’s Cross Country, Women’s Golf, Men’s Soccer, Women’s Soccer, Softball, Volleyball). • 2 National Academic Team Awards in 2007-08 (AVCA Team Academic Award, Volleyball; ITA All-Academic Award, Women’s Tennis)

Pre-Professional Four-Year Programs Pre-Chiropractic Pre-Dental Pre-Law Pre-Medical Pre-Optometry Pre-Veterinary Medicine Master’s Degrees Early Childhood Education Elementary Education Special Education: Visual Impairment

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The USC Upstate Department of Athletics has always encouraged its athletes to become engaged in both the USC Upstate and Upstate South Carolina communities. Now just three years removed from being a member of the NCAA Division II, the department of athletics still believes in the D-II philosophy that there is a dual objective in collegiate athletics to serve both your campus and your community. With that in mind, in 2008-09, USC Upstate was proudly represented by student-athletes in several venues, including:

In the Community • The volleyball, women’s basketball, softball and tennis programs raised nearly $3,000 for breast cancer research through Think Pink or For The Cure events. • Marc Wartenberger, a former member of the track & field team, served as Student Body President for the 2008-09 school year. • Upstate athletes participated in a new Walk to School initiative at Lone Oak Elementary, Fairforest Elementary and Arcadia Elementary Schools, sharing the benefits of living a healthy, active lifestyle. • Upstate athletes participated in Gaffney’s Holiday Parade. • Upstate organized two Spartan Buddy Days with the Carolina Miracle League and also visited Upward basketball sites on Saturdays. • Freshman student-athletes registered in University 101 seminar course helped build a house for Habitat for Humanity as part of Habitat Blitz. • USC Upstate was rewarded with an NCAA CHOICES Grant Award in May, which will help the athletic department develop its CHAMPS/Life Skills program. Upstate will conduct educational seminars for the entire student body with an emphasis on its student-athletes to inform the students on making better choices on life decisions when it comes to the use of alcohol and other drugs.

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Louis P. Howell Athletic Complex USC Upstate Tennis Complex Home of Upstate men’s and women’s tennis Opened in 2004 Men’s Tennis – 58-7 (.892) Women’s Tennis – 36-13 (.735)

The Louis P. Howell Athletic Complex is located in the northern section of the campus and includes the County University Soccer Stadium, Spartanburg County Youth Soccer Fields, Cleveland S. Harley Baseball Park, Cyrill Softball Stadium and the Tennis Complex. A track & field complex is in the planning stages, which would make The Louis P. Howell Athletic Complex home to 10 of the 12 outdoor athletic programs currently offered at the institution – men’s and women’s cross country, men’s and women’s soccer, baseball, softball, men’s and women’s tennis and men’s and women’s track & field. With its development, all athletic venues are now housed on campus creating a greater sense of a campus community. The Louis P. Howell Athletic Complex is one of the Southeast’s top sports venues. Cyrill Stadium, the home of the softball program, earned the NFCA/TURFACE National Field Maintenance Award for 2006 and was named the 2005 Field of the Year in South Carolina. The total cost of the athletic complex exceeded $7 million and followed a $2.5 million expansion and renovation of the Hodge Center, home to the volleyball and men’s and women’s basketball programs. Planning of a golf practice facility is also underway.

County University Soccer Stadium Home of Upstate men’s and women’s soccer Opened in 2001 Men’s Soccer – 56-18-3 (.747) Women’s Soccer – 39-29-6 (.567) Cleveland S. Harley Baseball Park Home of Upstate Baseball Opened in 2004 Baseball – 101-73 (.580)

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G.B. Hodge Center / Performance Center G.B. Hodge Center Named for one of the University’s founders, the late Dr. G.B. Hodge, the Center was completed in 1973, underwent renovations in 2000 and is set to undergo a $4 million facelift at the end of the 2009-10 basketball season thanks to a generous gift from Mrs. Dorothy (Dodie) Anderson ’81. The bottom floor is home to the Athletics Department, which includes offices for the athletic administration and coaches. The Hodge Center features a main gymnasium, home to the men’s and women’s basketball teams and the volleyball program, locker rooms and the University weight room, as well as athletic training facilities. The Hodge Center is considered one of the toughest places for opponents to play in the South. The cozy gym, with its fans close to the action, has helped Upstate volleyball to a phenomenal .751 winning percentage, women’s basketball to a .584 winning percentage since 1976 and men’s basketball to an astounding .703 winning percentage since the court’s opening in 1973. Performance Center With the move to Division I, the USC Upstate athletic department has committed itself to building strength and conditioning programs that are designed to meet the needs of all 17 of its programs. As part of that initiative, the school hired its first strength and conditioning coach in Scott Senger in 2007, and he has helped design sport-specific training programs for all 17 programs. In addition, with the guidance of Associate Athletics Director for Sports Medicine Michael Sandago, the USC Upstate athletic department will remodel space in the Hodge Center to create the Upstate Performance Center, which is set to open in the 2009-10 academic year, giving Upstate student-athletes a workout space that they can call their own.

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Opened in 1973 Men’s Basketball – 324-137 (.703) Women’s Basketball – 235-164 (.589) Volleyball – 301-100 (.751)

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USC Upstate boasts a widely successful athletics program, one that has achieved tremendous success both on the playing fields and in the classroom. From the early days as a two-year institution all the way to today as a member of NCAA Division I athletics, USC Upstate athletics has a proud history of success. The men’s basketball program claimed the 1982 NAIA National Championship and the university’s other athletic teams built a strong foundation. USC Upstate moved its athletic teams to the NCAA and Division II status in 1990. In 18 years in Division II, Upstate made 31 appearances in NCAA Tournaments, won 21 Peach Belt Conference regular season championships and 18 Peach Belt Conference Tournament titles. In 2007, the athletics program moved to the NCAA Division I and the Atlantic Sun Conference. Playing at the highest level of amateur athletics in the nation, Upstate athletes continue to excel. The women’s tennis and softball teams have each captured conference crowns and 33 student-athletes captured the conference’s weekly honors and 29 student-athletes were placed on All-Atlantic Sun Conference teams.

Athletic Accomplishments USC Upstate Athletic Logo History

• 1982 NAIA Men’s Basketball National Champions • 1995, ’98 Men’s Soccer NCAA Division II National Runners-Up • 2007 Men’s Golf NCAA Division II National Runners-Up • 1983, ’84, ’85 Men’s Soccer NAIA Third Place Team • 1992 Men’s Tennis NCAA Division II Fifth Place Team • 1994, ’97, 2002, Men’s Soccer NCAA Division II Quarterfinalists • 2004, ’07 Men’s Tennis NCAA Division II Quarterfinalists • 2007 Women’s Tennis NCAA Division II Nationals • 1990 Baseball NAIA District Six Champions • 1981, ’82, ’90 Men’s Basketball NAIA District Six Champions • 1977, ’81, ’83, ’85, ’86, ’87, ’89 Men’s Cross Country NAIA District Six Champions • 1987, ’88, ’89 Volleyball NAIA District Six Champions • 1991, ’92, ’95, ’98, 2005, ’06 Men’s Basketball NCAA Division II Regionals • 1993, ’94, ’95, ’06 Women’s Basketball NCAA Division II Regionals • 1991, ’92, ’93, ’94, ’95, ’97, ’98, 2002, ’03, ’06 Men’s Soccer NCAA Division II Regionals • 1992, ’04, ’05, ’06, ’07 Softball NCAA Division II Regionals • 2000, ’01 Volleyball NCAA Division II Regionals • 1992, ’95, ’96, ’97, 2001, ’02 ’03, ’04, ’05, ’06, ’07 Men’s Tennis NCAA Division II Regionals • 1995, 2003, ’05, ’06, ’07 Women’s Tennis NCAA Division II Regionals • 2008 Women’s Tennis Atlantic Sun Conference Champions • 2008 Softball Atlantic Sun Conference Champions • 1990, ’92, ’98, 2005, Men’s Basketball Peach Belt Conference Champions • 1993, ’94, ’95 Women’s Basketball Peach Belt Conference Champions • 1991, ’92, ’93 Men’s Cross Country Peach Belt Conference Champions • 1992, ’94, ’97, ’98, ’99, 2003 Men’s Soccer Peach Belt Conference Champions • 2001 Women’s Soccer Peach Belt Conference Champions • 1992, ’93, ’94 Softball Peach Belt Conference Champions • 2003, ’05 Men’s Tennis Peach Belt Conference Champions • 1993, ’95 Volleyball Peach Belt Conference Champions • 2006 Men’s Basketball Peach Belt Tournament Champions • 1994, ’95 Women’s Basketball Peach Belt Tournament Champions • 1993, ’ 94, ’95, ’97, ’98, 2001, ’02, ’03 Men’s Soccer Peach Belt Tournament Champions • 1993, ’94, ’95 Volleyball Peach Belt Tournament Champions

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Beth Bayer 2003 Inductee

Kristina Ribicic 2008 Inductee

Don Brock 2008 Inductee

Ulysses Hackett 2002 Inductee

Chris Hawkins 2004 Inductee

Heather Abrams 2004 Inductee

Lindsay Bright 2006 Inductee

The USC Upstate Athletics Hall of Fame was established in 1998 to recognize individuals who have outstanding athletic accomplishments or have made significant contributions to USC Upstate athletics. All former student-athletes, coaches, and athletic administrators and staff are eligible for nomination with all former student-athletes expected to have graduated from USC Upstate. All former student-athlete nominees must have participated at least two years at USC Upstate, and their eligibility must have expired at least five years prior to being nominated. Exceptions to the above criteria may be considered for outstanding achievement. Henrik Ronnevig 2006 Inductee

Mike Gibson 1999 Inductee

Sara Henrichs Durham 2005 Inductee

Hall of Fame 2009 Todd Ellison ’90, Baseball Kristy Middagh ’03, Softball Greg Watson ’84, Men’s Soccer 2008 Don Brock ’88, Baseball James Eley ’96, Men’s Soccer Sherman Eller ’85, Cross Country Willie Murdaugh ’91, Men’s Basketball Kim Pitman ’02, Volleyball Kristina Ribicic ’03, Women’s Tennis 2007 Doug Lightbody ’83, Men’s Basketball Jorge Valenzuela ’87, Men’s Soccer Kristin Korte Zurliene ’02, Volleyball 2006 Beth Bayer ’03, Softball James Holland ’82, Men’s Basketball Kenny Dickson, ’90, Baseball Lindsay Bright ’98, Volleyball Bob Cheshier ’84, Men’s Soccer Greg Hooks, Men’s Soccer Coach Henrik Ronnevig ’01, Men’s Soccer Thea Moen Ronnevig ’02, Women’s Soccer 2005 Stacey Berrong ’99, Softball John Daurity, Baseball Coach Sara Henrichs Durham ’99, Volleyball Scott Halkett, ’96, Men’s Soccer Willis Woodruff ’91, Men’s Basketball 2004 Heather Abrams ’97, Women’s Basketball, Volleyball Wendell Gibson ’82, Men’s Basketball Doug Keelan ’87, Baseball Kasper Nielsen ’96, Men’s Tennis Danny Rebuck ’91. Men’s Soccer

2003 Mario del Pino ’83, Men’s Soccer Chris Hawkins ’87, Baseball Carla Gambrell Pesce ’91, Women’s Basketball, Volleyball 2002 Darren Ambrose ’92, Men’s Soccer Michelle Graham Boehringer ’96, Women’s Basketball, Volleyball Marlon Burgess ’94, Men’s Soccer Ulysses Hackett ’92, Men’s Basketball 2001 Martha Cobo ’92, Women’s Tennis Martin Hill ’86, Men’s Soccer Frank Kohlenstein, Men’s Soccer Coach Michael Massey ’81, Men’s Cross Country Mike Smith ’84, Men’s Basketball 2000 Steven ‘Skip’ Frye ’77, Baseball, Men’s Basketball, Men’s Cross Country Robert ‘Firechief’ Smith ’74, Men’s Basketball Jerry Waters, Men’s Basketball Coach 1999 Dr. Joseph C. Bowman, Athletics Director, Men’s Basketball, Bowling, Men’s Golf, Volleyball Coach Michael J. Gibson ’82, Men’s Basketball Gwendolyn Whiteside-Proctor ’87, Women’s Basketball

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Edgar Rodriguez Men’s Tennis Freshman of the Year

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Perrish Goggins Indoor Track & Field, Most Outstanding Performer

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In the second of its four-year transition to Division I athletics, USC Upstate continued to prove a foil to some of the best teams in the Atlantic Sun Conference and around the country, with the underdog Spartans posting some impressive wins. Reggie Thompson Outdoor Track & Field Freshman of the Year

2008-09 In Review • Baseball posts two huge wins, as it downs Tennessee, 1-0, for its first win over an SEC opponent in 22 years and also beat Charlotte, 4-3, for the team’s first win over a team receiving votes in a national poll. • Men’s Basketball wins three straight for the first time in the D-I era by downing A-Sun champion Jacksonville, Stetson and Florida Gulf Coast in February. • Women’s basketball’s rebounds from 5-24 season by winning 13 games, marking the 20th-most improved record in Division I. • Cross Country’s Emily Tangwar becomes the first runner in school history to win the Spartan-hosted Eye Opener. • Men’s Golf’s Josh Gallman and Michael Lawrence each finish in the top 10 at their first A-Sun Championships. • Softball’s Morgan Childers breaks her own single-season strikeout record and sets the school’s career strikeouts record as a sophomore, helping her earn allconference honors. • Men’s Tennis ties A-Sun record with six All-A-Sun selections, posts school-record 20-straight wins and finishes the season ranked 70th in the nation. • Women’s Tennis’ Anna Novo sets school records for combined wins, singles wins and doubles wins as she wraps up her career with her fourth all-conference honors. • Men’s Track and Field finishes fourth at both the A-Sun Indoor and Outdoor Championships for the best finishes in head coach Jimmy Stephens’ five years as a head coach. • Men’s Track and Field’s Perrish Goggins wins the Most Outstanding Track Athlete at the A-Sun indoor championships.

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Dr. John Stockwell Athletics Administration

Director of Athletics 16th Year Liberty ’81

University Chancellor 16th Year Cedarville ’66 Dr. John C. Stockwell has served as chancellor of the University of South Carolina Upstate since 1994, leading the University toward its vision as one of the leading metropolitan universities in the Southeast. Under his leadership, the University has experienced outstanding growth in academic standards, campus development, curricula and public/private partnerships. In the past 10 years, enrollments have increased by thirty-five percent with more than 5,268 students currently enrolled. The campus boasts a diverse student population with 71 nations represented in the University community and a minority enrollment of over than thirty percent. Chancellor Stockwell is leading the University toward completion of a 10-year master plan, approved by the USC Board of Trustees in 1997, including multi-million dollar capital developments in classroom space, academic support facilities, housing, and athletics facilities. In addition, a number of campus beautification initiatives are underway and a $60 million highway infrastructure project surrounding and intersecting the campus was recently finished. Before coming to USC Upstate, Dr. Stockwell served as provost and interim chancellor of the University of Wisconsin-Parkside. In earlier years, he served as dean of the School of Arts and Sciences at the State University of New York College at Cortland, as chair and professor of the Department of Speech and Theatre at Indiana State University, and as professor and director of theatre at California State University Northridge. Dr. Stockwell earned his Ph.D. and Master’s degrees in theatre at Bowling Green State University, and his bachelor’s degree in speech and theatre from Cedarville College. He is also an alumnus of the Harvard University Institute for Educational Management. He is the founding chair and current board member of Spartanburg’s chapter of the Urban League of the Upstate. He serves, also, on the Board of the Spartanburg Area Chamber of Commerce and on the Board of Governors of the Greenville Chamber of Commerce, together with a range of other civic and regional commitments. John and his wife, Dr. Diane Vecchio, a professor of history at Furman University, have four grown children: Benjamin, Kelsea, Adrien and Cory and one granddaughter.

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Mike Hall is in his 16th year as the director of athletics at the University of South Carolina Upstate. Since joining the Spartans program, Hall has been instrumental in making many improvements to the athletics department. Arguably his biggest accomplishment is leading the University from NCAA Division II to NCAA Division I membership and the Atlantic Sun Conference in 2007-08. Hall oversaw the completion of the new Louis P. Howell Athletics Complex that already claims one of the top soccer and softball facilities in the Southeast. The Cleveland S. Harley Baseball Park is the newest jewel of the complex and the tennis facility has recently been upgraded with six additional tennis courts and a clubhouse. The total cost of the four projects exceeded $5 million. In 1999-2000, Hall oversaw a $2 million renovation to the G. B. Hodge Center. The renovations included a hospitality suite overlooking the gymnasium, concession area, weight room, official’s locker rooms and offices for the athletic staff and coaches. In 2003, the men’s and women’s basketball and volleyball locker rooms were renovated. Hall was instrumental in the development of the new County University Soccer Stadium, which opened in August of 2001, as well as five other soccer fields that are used by Spartanburg County as youth soccer facilities. Hall has used the facility to attract state and regional youth soccer events as well as the NCAA Division II Soccer Championships. Hall continues to work to enhance staff and coaching positions at USC Upstate. He has upgraded many positions from part-time to full-time status and expanded several assistant coaches’ positions. He also continues to coordinate over 20 corporate sponsors for USC Upstate athletics. A 1981 graduate of Liberty University, he went on to serve for 13 years as assistant athletics director for academics, compliance and he also served as golf coach at his alma mater. He also worked as the Director of the Adult Education program in admissions and advising. He earned his master’s degree in education from Lynchburg College. Hall and his wife Phyllis, a 1982 Liberty graduate, have three daughters, Mary, Mandy and Courtney.

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Jennifer Calloway Volleyball

Alessandro De Marzo Men’s/Women’s Tennis

Tammy George Women’s Basketball

Matt Fincher Baseball

Todd Lawton Men’s/ Women’s Golf

Greg Hooks Men’s Soccer

Chris Hawkins Softball

Eddie Payne Men’s Basketball

Jimmy Stephens Cross Country/ Track & Field

Athletics Administration Louise Ericson

Associate Athletic Director for Academic Support Services/SWA Louise Ericson is beginning her second year as Upstate’s Associate Athletic Director for Athletic Support Services and Senior Woman’s Administrator. Previously, Ericson spent three years as the athletic academic coordinator while also serving as the director for the Center of Student Success. Ericson also serves as sports supervisor for the cross country, women’s soccer, softball and track & field programs. Ericson has built a successful 13-year career in academic support and coaching at both the Division I and II levels. Prior to coming to USC Upstate, she served as an athletic academic counselor at Vanderbilt University from 2002-03. She was an athletic academic advisor and life skills coordinator at UNC Charlotte from 2000-02. Ericson is no stranger to Spartanburg, serving as the NCAA compliance coordinator and assistant volleyball and basketball coach at Converse College from 1997-2000. She got her start in academic support while attending graduate school at the University of Tennessee. She served as a grad assistant in the women’s athletic department-academic advising and student life from 1995-97. Ericson is active in many professional organizations, including the the National Association of Academic Advisors for Athletics. Ericson graduated with honors from Belmont University with a bachelor’s degree in physical education in 1994. While at Belmont, she played basketball from 1991-92 and volleyball from 1993-94, serving as team captain. She received her master’s degree in sport administration from Tennessee in 1997 with a perfect 4.0 GPA. Ericson and her husband, Alex, who is the head girls’ volleyball and basketball coach at Spartanburg Day School, have two daughters, Eleanor and Abby, and a son, Will. The family resides in Spartanburg.

Scott Larson

Associate Athletic Director for Compliance Scott Larson is in his fourth year as Upstate’s first full-time compliance director at USC Upstate, coming onboard as Assistant Athletics Director for Compliance.

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He was promoted to Associate AD for Compliance in August 2007. Larson serves as the sports supervisor for the tennis, volleyball, baseball and men’s soccer programs. Larson has more than 10 years of compliance experience at the Division I level. Throughout his professional career, Larson has developed and implemented several programs to improve the compliance operations at the institutions where he has worked. Larson came to USC Upstate from the University of Texas at El Paso where he served as Assistant Athletic Director for Compliance and Student Aid from 2005-06. He oversaw all aspects of the compliance program. In addition, he had oversight responsibilities for the women’s tennis and rifle programs. Prior to his stint at UTEP, he served as Assistant AD for Compliance at Northern Arizona University from 2004-05 and was the Assistant AD for Compliance at Gardner-Webb University from 2003-04. He served as the Compliance Monitoring Coordinator at the University of Wisconsin from 2001-03. Larson worked as a graduate assistant in compliance at Arizona State University from 1998-01. He began working towards his professional career as an undergraduate intern in the compliance office at the University of Tulsa from 1997-98. Larson graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Tulsa with a bachelor’s degree in business administration with an emphasis in sports administration in 1998. He received his master’s degree in business administration from Arizona State University in 2001. Larson is a native of Topeka, Kan. He and his wife, Marla, have been married since 2002 and have two boys, Cade, 4, and Reid, 1.

dled the athletic training responsibilities for men’s basketball and men’s and women’s golf. Prior to his 22-year stint at Oregon State, he was a teacher and athletic trainer at Maumee High School in Ohio. He also served as an assistant athletic trainer for the Seattle Seahawks during summer workouts from 1980-86. Sandago graduated with a bachelor’s degree in physical education from Washington State University in 1979 and received his master’s degree in health education from the University of Miami (OH) in 1983. The Seattle, Wash., native graduated from Lynwood High School, where he lettered in three sports while serving as a student athletic trainer. Sandago and his wife, Allyson, have two daughters, Emma and Anna. Allyson is also a certified athletic trainer.

Jules Bryant

Assistant Athletic Director for Development Jules Bryant is in her third year as the Assistant Athletic Director for Development and Special Events at USC Upstate. Bryant is no stranger to the Spartanburg community. She spent the seven years as the Executive Director of the Spartanburg Convention and Visitor’s Bureau. She coordinated a myriad of projects and responsibilities, including the marketing efforts of the organization. She also helped recruit corporate partnerships to help assist in the cost of running various events sponsored by the Bureau. As part of her duties as Executive Director of the CVB, she also oversaw Team Spartanburg, the sports council of the CVB. Team Spartanburg was active in several sport-related community events, including working with the Carolina Panthers’ Training Camp, the Eye Opener Cross Country Meet, and the Goalball Championships. Prior to her stint with the Spartanburg CVB, Bryant spent two years as the membership manager with the Spartanburg Area Chamber of Commerce (19982000). She was a branch manager at the Spartanburg office of Staffing Solutions from 1997-98, was the community director for the March of Dimes Birth Defects Foundation from 1996-97, and was an admissions counselor at Wofford College from 1993-96. Bryant is active in several community service organizations. She is currently a member of the Uptown Sertoma Club and is a past president of the civic organization. She is active in the Leadership Spartanburg Alumni Association and formerly served on its Board of Directors and is a past president. In

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Associate Athletic Director for Sports Medicine Michael Sandago is in his fourth year at the helm of the Sports Medicine Department at USC Upstate. He was promoted from Assistant Athletic Director to Associate Athletics Director for Sports Medicine in 2007. He is the fifth full-time head athletic trainer at the University and the first to assume the duties as Associate AD for Sports Medicine. Sandago came to USC Upstate after working on the athletic training staff at Oregon State for 22 years. He joined the staff in 1984 and was promoted to head athletic trainer in 1992. He oversaw the athletic training services for all sports and directly hanw .

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addition, she is a member of the Board of Directors of the Shepherd’s Center and is a recent graduate of Regional Fellows. Bryant received a bachelor’s degree in political economy and philosophy from Wofford College in 1993. She and her husband, Scott, are the proud parents of a son, Grayson.

Bill English

Assistant Athletic Director for Media Relations Bill English begins his seventh full year as Assistant Athletic Director for Media Relations after being promoted to the position in 2003. He spent the previous year and a half as the school’s sports information director and will enter his ninth year at the University this spring. English came to USC Upstate after serving as the assistant sports information director at Wofford College from 1997-2001. English is a 1993 graduate of Wofford with a bachelor’s degree in government. Upon graduation, he worked for one year in the sports department at the Spartanburg Herald-Journal where he was a writer covering high school football and basketball and college basketball. English left the Herald-Journal to attend graduate school at Appalachian State where he served as a graduate assistant in the sports information office. Also working as a graduate assistant in the physical education department while working on his master’s degree in sport management, he was inducted into the Alpha Epsilon Lambda graduate school national honor fraternity in 1996. English is a member of CoSIDA (College Sports Information Directors of America). He worked as the official scorer for the Greenville Braves, a former Double-A affiliate of the Atlanta Braves, in 2000. A native of Washington Court House, Ohio, English moved to Spartanburg with his family in 1981. He resides in Moore.

Brandon McKillop

Director of Athletic Facilities & Game Management Brandon McKillop is in his first year as the Director of Athletic Facilities and Game Management at USC Upstate. He coordinates the maintenance and setup of the athletic facilities in addition to serving as the game manager for all home events. McKillop has an extensive background in athletics and is a native of the Spartanburg area, having grown up in Boiling Springs. While also serving in his capacity at Upstate, he is a real estate agent with Chase E. Furnas & Co. in Spartanburg. McKillop was a standout baseball player at Boiling Springs High School and Wofford College. A prolific singles hitter, he ranks ninth all-time at Wofford with 121 singles and 22nd all-time with 137 hits. He is also one of the program’s top threats on the base path, ranking third all-time with 60 stolen bases. He graduated from Wofford in 1995 with a bachelor’s degree in business economics and received a master’s degree in exercise and sports sciences from the University of Florida in 1997. While at Florida, he worked in the sports information and baseball w

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offices, receiving his initial experience working in intercollegiate athletics. McKillop returned to the Spartanburg area in 1998 to serve as assistant baseball coach at his alma mater, Wofford. He spent two seasons with the Terriers as the program’s top assistant and recruiting coordinator before leaving for the assistant coaching position at Newberry in 2000. McKillop returned to Wofford for his third stint at the school in 2001, again serving as the top assistant for the baseball program. In addition to his baseball duties, he also served as the Director of Intramurals and was an assistant within the athletic facilities office within the athletic department. McKillop left Wofford in 2006 to work for the Spartanburg County Parks and Recreation Department as the Event Manager at Cleveland Park prior to accepting the position at Chase E. Furnas & Co. in 2007. McKillop and his wife, Lora, a graduate of USC Upstate, are the proud parents of a son, Bennett, and a daughter, Lilli. The couple and their children reside in Boiling Springs.

Osterfoss is no stranger to USC Upstate. She worked for the University from 2000-06 as the graduate coordinator in the School of Education Graduate Programs Office. Prior to her stint at Upstate, she worked in the Admissions Office at the University of South Carolina in Columbia from 1996-98. A native of Florida, Osterfoss moved to Abbeville, S.C., where she attended Abbeville High School. She graduated from Lander University with bachelor degrees in English and business in 1989. Osterfoss and her husband, Mike, have three children: Nicholas, Trevor and Christopher.

Barbara White

Administrative Assistant Barbara White is in her sixth year as the administrative assistant, office manager, and business manager in the athletic department. She is in her 10th year overall at USC Upstate. White previously served as an administrative specialist in the advancement office at USC Upstate. White, a native of Texas, began her professional career in 1984, working as a secretary at St. John’s Episcopal Church in Florence, S.C. She served in that position for four years before accepting a similar position at the Main Street United Methodist Church in Columbia, S.C., in 1988. After eight years at the Main Street United Methodist Church, White became an administrative assistant at Wachovia Bank in Columbia in 1996. After two years of working at Wachovia, she accepted the position in the USC Upstate advancement office in 1998. White earned a Business/Secretarial certificate from Draughn Business College in Dallas, Texas, then attended North Texas State for two years.

Scott Senger

Strength & Conditioning Coach Scott Senger is in his second season as the head strength and conditioning coach at USC Upstate. Senger earned his Master’s of Science degree in health, nutrition and exercise science and his Bachelor’s of Science degree in human development and education from North Dakota State University. Senger came to Upstate from Chesnee High School where he served in a myriad of roles from 2005-08. He served as the head athletic trainer, head speed and conditioning coach, assistant strength coach and the assistant track & field coach. He was responsible for the daily care of all athletic related injuries, education of all athletes on the importance of proper nutrition and overall body wellness and the development and implementation of strength, speed and conditioning programs to include preseason, in-season and off-season training. In addition to his experiences at Chesnee, Senger served as the Assistant Outreach Sports Medicine Coordinator for HEALTHSOUTH of Las Vegas, Nev., and the Assistant Chief Medical Officer for USA Wrestling Regional and National Events. Senger’s history in strength and conditioning began in Las Vegas from 2003-05 where he assisted with the implementation of strength and conditioning programs for Desert Pines High School, Cimarron-Memorial High School, HEALTHSOUTH Performance and the Las Vegas Wranglers ECHL AA Minor Professional hockey team. He helped develop and implement strength and conditioning programs for three years with Chesnee High School from 2005-08 and is currently providing off-ice performance conditioning for the USA Hockey South Eastern District select hockey camps. Senger and his wife, Stephanie, were married on May 24, 2008.

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The USC Upstate Sports Medicine Staff is responsible for the prevention, evaluation, treatment and rehabilitation of injuries for all 17 intercollegiate sports teams. It is our mission to provide excellent health care with a primary emphasis on educating the studentathlete in health maintainance, as well as injury care and prevention. This emphasis extends to maintaining safety in practice and game situations, drug education programs, staying current on treatment and rehabilitation techniques and following NCAA and NATA protocols. The commitment to the student-athletes and coaches is spread over the areas of service, care and education. The USC Upstate Sports Medicine Staff, led by Associate Athletics Director Michael Sandago, has more than 40 years of experience in prep, collegiate or professional athletics.

Michael Sandago Assistant AD/Sports Medicine

Sports Medicine Eric English

Assistant Athletic Trainer Eric English is in his fourth year as assistant athletic trainer in the sports medicine department at USC Upstate. In addition to his duties in athletic training, he also serves as an instructor in the physical education department. English has an extensive background in athletic training. He has served as the clinical coordinator for sports medicine for the North Broward Hospital System (Fla.) from 2001-06 overseeing 22 athletic trainers. In addition, he was a teacher and athletic trainer for Broward County Public Schools. He was the head athletic trainer at Western High School from 1997-2001 and at Cypress Bay High School from 2001-06. A native of Washington Court House, Ohio, he played football and wrestled for Miami Trace High School for three years. He moved with his family to Spartanburg after his junior year and graduated from Dorman High School in 1982. English and his wife, Kim, have a daughter, Sarah.

Brent Smith

Assistant Athletic Trainer Brent Smith is in his sixth year as an assistant athletic trainer at USC Upstate. Smith came to USC Upstate after working with the sports medicine department of the Cape Fear Wild Cats Arena Football League team in 2004. Prior to his stint with the Wild Cats, he was a graduate assistant athletic trainer at UNC Pembroke from 2002-04 while working on his master’s degree in physical education. He assisted with men’s soccer, wrestling and baseball at UNCP.

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While in graduate school, he also worked as a physical therapist aid for Raleigh Orthopaedic Rehabilitation Specialists in 2003 and was an intern with the Carolina Cobras Arena Football League team in 2002. He worked with the N.C. State football team as an intern from 2001-02. Smith graduated from UNC Pembroke in 2001 with a bachelor’s degree in athletic training. While at the school he served as a student athletic trainer working with the volleyball, soccer, basketball, wrestling, baseball, softball, track and field and cheerleading teams. Smith and his wife, Karen, were married on June 3, 2006 and have a newborn son, Hudson.

Team Physician

Dr. Steven Singleton serves as the team physician for USC Upstate athletics. Dr. Singleton provides on-site care for Spartan athletes as well as game coverage. With more than a decade of experience, he is an expert at diagnosing problems and designing programs intended to achieve optimal results. The physician, athletic training staff and student-athlete work together as a team toward the goal of full recovery. Dr. Singleton has treated patients from all walks of life, including recreational and elite athletes from all over the world. Upstate athletes also benefit from a relationship with Proaxis Physical Therapy. The professionals at Proaxis bring together innovative methodology, advanced research and proven skills to achieve excellent results. Dr. Steven Singleton, started his own sports medicine practice in 2009 after a distinguished career at the Steadman-Hawkins Clinic of the Carolinas and will continue his relationship with Upstate athletics. He is a sports medicine specialist with expertise in shoulder, elbow, knee and foot/ankle reconstructive surgery. A graduate of Stanford University and the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School, Dr. Singleton served his fellowship with the Steadman-Hawkins Clinic in 1997. Prior to his move to Spartanburg, Dr. Singleton was the team orthopedic surgeon for the Texas Rangers and Fort Worth Cats baseball clubs.

Deanna Rosato

Assistant Athletic Trainer Deanna Rosato is in her second year as an assistant athletic trainer at USC Upstate. Rosato came to Upstate after completing the requirements for a Master’s degree in Applied Exercise Physiology at the University of Louisiana at Monroe. While at the school, she served as a graduate assistant athletic trainer working with the football and softball programs. Prior to her stint at the University of Louisiana at Monroe, she served as a student athletic trainer at Oregon State while pursuing her undergraduate degree in athletic training. She was a student under Michael Sandago, Upstate’s current Associate Athletics Director for Sports Medicine, during her first three years of college. Rosato worked closely with the Beavers softball and men’s basketball programs and graduated in 2007. Rosato is ATC certified and a member of the NATA and SCATA organizations. She is originally from Lafayette, La., but moved to Katy, Texas, while in high school and graduated from Cinco Ranch High School. w .

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Athletics Association The Spartans Athletic Association is an avenue by which donors can support the athletic programs. With more than 530 individuals and companies in the Association, the Spartan Athletic Association has been able to help the athletic department achieve several initiatives. It is an exciting time in the USC Upstate Athletic Department! With the move to the Division I Atlantic Sun Conference, there is more exposure for our university, teams, student-athletes and coaches. Our donors and corporate partners are able to be recognized in many different ways with this move forward. In order for USC Upstate athletics to be successful in the A-Sun, we must continue to recruit more members for our Athletic Association. As mentioned earlier, individuals and companies are stepping up to financially support our student-athletes and coaches to assist them with being successful both

in the classroom and in their respective competitive sport. Please consider joining the Spartans Athletics Association today. Donations can be made in general to the athletic association or can be made specifically to benefit a particular program or programs. There are several different giving levels in which to participate. Each level has its own rewards to be received by the donor, everything from all-sport passes to golf shirts. Currently, the athletics department is raising funds for several capital projects, including funding for the new track & field complex and continuing improvements to the G.B. Hodge Center, Harley Park, Cyrill Stadium and the USC Upstate Tennis Complex. Please direct any questions you may have to Athletics Director Mike Hall at (864) 503-5140, or Development Director Jules Bryant at (864) 503-5143.

Cleveland S. Harley talks during the 2008 golf tournament named in his honor, which serves as a fundraiser for the athletic department.

Athletics Association / Compliance A Brief Guide To NCAA Rules For Alumni, Faculty And Friends “Institutional control” of athletics is a fundamental requirement of NCAA legislation. As such, the USC Upstate is responsible for ensuring that members of the faculty and staff, coaches, student-athletes, alumni, donors, boosters and friends of the institution comply with all applicable NCAA rules. The information below is intended to provide a basic overview of NCAA rules governing USC Upstate alumni, faculty and friends. Because of the complexity of the rules, the following does not include all applicable situations and should not be relied upon exclusively. USC Upstate appreciates your interest and support but reminds you an inappropriate contact or action on your part can jeopardize the eligibility of a prospective or enrolled student-athlete and the university. If you have specific questions, please contact Upstate’s Compliance Office at (864) 503-5793. Compliance with NCAA rules is of the highest priority for our athletics program and institution. Even the best-intentioned action on your part may be a violation of NCAA rules. Please remember to ASK before you ACT.

Once you become a booster, you retain that status forever!

You Are Considered A “Representative Of USC Upstate’s Athletics Interests” (i.e., a booster) if you: • Have ever made any type of financial or in-kind contribution to the athletics department, to a specific sport program, or to an athletics booster organization, including purchasing season tickets to athletics events. • Are or have been a member of any organization or agency promoting USC Upstate athletics. • Have ever helped to arrange or have provided employment for an enrolled student-athlete, a prospective student-athlete, or their parents or relatives. • Have ever assisted in any manner in the recruitment of prospective student-athletes. • Have ever provided benefits to enrolled studentathletes or their families. • Have otherwise promoted the institution’s athletics program in any manner.

A prospective student-athlete (a prospect) is: any person who has begun classes for the ninth grade. A prospective student-athlete remains a prospect even after he or she has signed a National Letter of Intent or accepts an offer of financial aid to attend USC Upstate. The prospect remains a prospect until they report for the first day of classes for a regular term (fall or spring), they participate in a regular squad practice or competition, or officially register and enroll and attend classes during the summer prior to initial enrollment and receive institutional athletics aid. Boosters Are Prohibited From: • Contacting a prospect in person on or off our campus. • Writing or telephoning a prospect or a member of the prospect’s family. • Making arrangements for a prospect or the pros-

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pect’s relatives or friends, to receive money or financial aid of any kind. • Providing transportation for a prospect or the prospect’s relatives or friends to visit our campus. • Providing free tickets or tickets at a reduced cost for prospects or the prospect’s relatives or friends to attend an athletic event. • Entertaining high school, preparatory school or community college coaches.

Boosters Are Permitted To: • Notify our coaches about prospects that may be strong additions to our teams. • Attend high school or two-year college athletic contests or other events where prospects compete, however, boosters may not contact the prospect or the prospect’s relatives. • Continue existing friendships with families of prospects, but boosters may not attempt to recruit the prospect. • Employ a prospect after they have graduated from high school or a two-year college. • Boosters MAY provide enrolled student-athletes with an occasional home meal, provided the meal takes place at the booster’s home and NOT at a local establishment. The meal may be catered and must be limited to infrequent or special occasions. The Compliance Office must approve all such meals.

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Rules Governing Contacts With And Benefits For Student-Athletes NCAA legislation expressly prohibits university supporters from providing “extra benefits” to enrolled student-athletes or their families. An extra benefit is any special arrangement to provide a studentathlete or his/her family a benefit not authorized by NCAA legislation. In general, boosters may not provide anything or make special arrangements for student-athletes or their families that are not available to the general student population. Prohibited “Extra Benefits” Include, But Are Not Limited To: • Providing cash or loans in any amount. • Signing or co-signing for a loan or guarantee of bond. • Use of an automobile or other personal property (e.g., boats, summer homes, stereos). • Gifts of any kind, including birthday cards, flowers, holiday gifts and gifts of clothing or equipment. • Any tangible items, including merchandise. • Free or reduced-cost services, rentals, or purchases (e.g., car repairs, legal services, haircuts, meals at local restaurants). • Purchasing complimentary admissions from a student-athlete. • Providing an honorarium to a student-athlete for a speaking engagement. • Providing typing services or other costs associated with school projects or reports. c

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2010 Upstate Softball Spartans

Perrish Goggins 2009 Outdoor T&F High Jump, Long Jump Champion

Emily Tangwar 2009 Indoor T&F 5,000-Meters Champion

Justin Crawford 2009 Indoor & Outdoor T&F Champion

This is the Atlantic Sun For more than 30 years the Atlantic Sun Conference has stood for achievement with integrity in both the academic and athletic arenas with a focus on the balance between the two for its student-athletes. The A-Sun boasts a blend of the most dynamic and prestigious private and public institutions in the region, with all committed to the conference goal of Building Winners for Life. The experience for a student-athlete in the A-Sun is supported by the entire university community, from coaches to faculty, and from the CEO’s to the athletic and academic support staff. Atlantic Sun studentathletes compete in outstanding facilities throughout the conference and in some of top markets in the Southeast. Eight A-Sun schools compete in the top 10 media markets within the conference’s five-state footprint. With All-America selections, National All-Academic honorees, teams and individuals qualifying for and advancing in NCAA Championship play, A-Sun student-athletes achieve at the highest levels of collegiate athletics. ACADEMIC SUCCESS Continuing a tradition of academic achievement, more than 57 percent of all student-athletes earned All-Academic status during the 2008-09 academic year. Fifteen student-athletes earned places on the 2008-09 CoSIDA/ESPN the Magazine Academic AllDistrict Teams. Belmont led the impressive institutional totals in the race for the All-Academic Trophy for the seventh time in eight years with 66.5 percent of its the student-athletes achieving All-Academic status with grade point averages of a 3.00, or better. Belmont senior Andy Wicke, Jacksonville senior Jeremy Gillan, Lipscomb junior Kellie Sirus and Campbell senior Karlie Love earned spots on CoSIDA/ESPN the

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dominating performance. Brothers turned in one of the league’s top single-season strikeout performances; Jenkins posted a 41-inning scoreless streak and Heckathorn capped his season with a dominating 15-strikeout performance against UNF, earning National Player of the Week honors. On draft night, Jenkins became just the seventh A-Sun player to be a first-round selection, going to the Blue Jays. In the supplemental phase of the first round, the Rockies picked Rex Brothers and the Brewers tabbed Heckathorn.

Magazine Academic All-America teams. Lipscomb’s men and women track and field teams and the women’s cross country team ranked among the top 10 GPAs in NCAA Division I, in being recognized as All-Academic Scholar Teams from the U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association. The Belmont men’s cross country team posted the fifthhighest GPA, according to the USTFCCCA. Wicke, one of the Bruins’ most celebrated studentathletes, shared the conference’s male Scholar Athlete of the Year award and earned the conference’s Postgraduate Scholarship. Mercer’s Chereese Rowe earned the conference’s second Postgraduate Scholarship. Wicke earned national acclaim as he became one of just two men’s basketball players to receive an educational grant through the NCAA postgraduate scholarship program. For his dedicated academic success and community service, Wicke landed on the Lowe’s All-Senior All-America Second Team and was one of 10 finalists for the Lowe’s Senior Class Award.

In softball, the conference turned in one of its finest seasons in history, especially during the non-conference season. Against out-of-conference opposition, A-Sun schools posted a .602 win percentage, the fifth-highest in the nation, trailing only the SEC, Pac10, ACC and Big 12. Five schools finished with win percentages better than .600 and FGCU and Mercer reached the 40-win mark. The Eagles established a league record for win percentage at .839 in posting a 47-9 record. For the second-consecutive May, Campbell emerged victorious at the A-Sun Championship, led by the dominating performance of MVP Brittany Stanley. She pitched all 31 innings, recorded two shutouts and struck out 26 against only two walks.

ATHLETIC SUCCESS For the second straight season, the A-Sun made early headlines on the hardwood as Mercer, under new head coach Bob Hoffman, went on the road and defeated Alabama and Auburn within a four-day span, shooting the Bears up to the top spot in the RPI. At the General Shale Brick Atlantic Sun Championship, ETSU ended Belmont’s three-year reign, winning its first A-Sun Tournament title and making the NCAA field for the eighth time. During the Championship, Courtney Pigram became just the second player in league history to reach the 2000- point plateau. Two players could reach that mark this season in Mercer’s James Florence and Campbell’s Jonathan Rodriguez. Florence and Campbell begin the season as the second- and third-highest active scorers in the nation.

One of the most dominating athletes in Atlantic Sun history closed out her career in Jacksonville’s Natasha Harvey. She led the Dolphins team titles in both Indoor and Outdoor Track & Field for a fourthstraight year and won the inaugural MVP honors at both meets as well as the Most Outstanding Field Performer award. During her four years, she won a combined 18 individual events, five Most Outstanding Performer awards, both Most Outstanding Freshman performers in addition to the two MVP honors. Off the track, she won the A-Sun’s Female Student-Athlete of the Year Award, was the A-Sun’s nominee for the NCAA Woman of the Year Award and appeared on the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association All-Academic team for a fourth-straight year.

During the baseball season, three A-Sun hurlers, Lipscomb’s Rex Brothers and Kennesaw State’s duo of Chad Jenkins and Kyle Heckathorn moved up the draft boards of Major League teams with every

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Cyrill Stadium

Cyrill Stadium USC Upstate has been fortunate to partner with individuals to create some of the more impressive athletic facilities in the region and, arguably, the nation. It goes without saying that the softball stadium is one such facility thanks to the efforts of Frank Cyrill. Cyrill had a vision to create one of, if not the, best softball facilities in the South, regardless of NCAA divisional status. After several long hours of manual labor put in by Cyrill and head softball coach Chris Hawkins, along with the help of select other individuals and companies, Cyrill Stadium opened in 2002. The stadium was constructed in stages as the field, dugouts, concrete seating area, and lights were installed first for the 2002 season. The press box was completed for the 2004 season, while stadium seating was completed in December of 2004. The result of Cyrill’s vision and his commitment to the University is Cyrill Stadium, one of the best college softball stadiums in the region. Cyrill Stadium has received numerous awards since its completion. The facility earned the 2006 NFCA/ TURFACE National Field Maintenance Award and was named the Sports Turf Manager’s College Softball Field of the Year in 2006, 2008 and 2009. In December of 2003, Cyrill Stadium was honored with a regional TURFACE Field Maintenance Award.

Cyrill Stadium earned the 2006 TURFACE/NFCA National Field Maintenance of the Year Award.

The locker room is located in the University Readiness Center adjacent to Cyrill Stadium.

Spartans at Cyrill Stadium Year W L 2002 17 3 2003 8 6 2004 16 7 2005 17 4 2006 22 4 2007 21 5 2008 16 6 2009 18 3 Total 135 38

Pct. .850 .571 .696 .810 .846 .808 .727 .857 .780

Cyrill Stadium Firsts First Game................................Feb. 13, 2002 vs. Southern Wesleyan First Win...................................5-3 vs. Southern Wesleyan (Game 1), 2-13-02 First Loss..................................2-3 vs. Queens (Game 2), 2-16-02 First Doubleheader Sweep.......5-3 and 10-0 vs. Southern Wesleyan, 2-13-02 First Pitch..................................Kristy Middagh, strike, vs. Southern Wesleyan; 2-13-02 First Hit.....................................Keegan England (1st inning, Southern Wesleyan), 2-13-02 First Upstate Hit........................Krista Altom (1st inning) vs. Southern Wesleyan, 2-13-02 First Double..............................Laura Tossey (7th inning) vs. Southern Wesleyan, 2-13-02 First Upstate Double.................Jessica Addison (3rd inning, game 2) vs. Southern Wesleyan, 2-13-02 First Triple.................................Christine Pirinoli (1st inning) vs. Southern Wesleyan, 2-13-02 First Home Run........................Christine Pirinoli (3rd inning) vs. Southern Wesleyan, 2-13-02 First RBI....................................Christine Pirinoli (1st inning) vs. Southern Wesleyan, 2-13-02 First Run...................................Krista Altom (1st inning) vs. Southern Wesleyan, 2-13-02 First Stolen Base......................Krista Altom (1st inning) vs. Southern Wesleyan, 2-13-02 First Strikeout...........................Jessica Addison (1st inning) vs. Southern Wesleyan, 2-13-02 First Upstate Strikeout..............Kristy Middagh (3rd inning, Laura Tossey) vs. Southern Wesleyan, 2-13-02 First Error..................................Jami Ruble (3rd inning, Southern Welseyan), 2-13-02


2010 USC Upstate Softball Media Guide  

The 2010 USC Upstate Softball Media Guide is a publication of the Upstate Media Relations Office.

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