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URBANA QUICK FACTS

Urbana University Softball Information 2012 Season Results/2013 Quick Facts ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2 2013 Blue Knight Coaching/Support Staff --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 6 2013 Blue Knight Softball Team Photo -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 9 2013 Rosters/Team Information --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10

2013 Player Bios Seniors: Brooke Shultz, Alisha Crosier, Heather Hakola, Alyssa Maag & Bridgette Barney 12-16 Juniors: Ashley Skinner, Haley Jo Kolmerten, Heather Martin & Lauren Anderson 18-19 Sophomores: Kara Atwell, Amber Beeman & Amanda Toy 20 Freshmen: Taylor Drake, Cortney Moore, Ashley Butts, Katelyn Edwards, Morgan Haer & Sierra Cronkleton 21

Urbana University 2013 Urbana University Softball Sponsors and Supporters 22-26 About Urbana University ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 27-28 2012 Stats/Honors ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 33 Blue Knight Softball Record Book --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 30-31 2013 Softball Schedule ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 32

School: _______________________ Urbana University Location: _________________________ Urbana, Ohio Founded: ___________________________ 1850 Enrollment _______________________________ 1,505 Nickname: __________________________ Blue Knights Colors: _______________________ Royal Blue & White Affiliation: _______________________ NCAA Division II Conference: ______ Great Midwest Athletic Conference (Mountain East Conference in 2014) President _____________________ Dr. Stephen B. Jones Athletic Director: _____________________ Doug Young Senior Women’s Administrator _________ Nicole Pluger Faculty Athletic Representative ________ Dr. Jim Judge Athletic Department Phone _________ (937) 484-1308 Website _______________________ sports.urbana.edu 2012 Overall Record: _________ 24-26 (OIC Champs) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: _________________ 11/4 Position Starters Returning/Lost: ________________ 5/4 Starting Pitchers Returning/Lost: _______________ 3/1 Head Coach ___________ Danielle Lowe (Findlay, ‘06) Career Record _____ 39-51-1 (3rd Year Head Coach)

2012 Urbana University Softball Game-by-Game Results Game date Opposing team Score Mar 04, 2012 vs St. Francis (IL) W 10-4 Mar 04, 2012 vs Georgian Court Univ. 5-11 L Mar 05, 2012 vs #24 Grand Valley State 0-8 L Mar 05, 2012 vs Post Eagles 1-5 L Mar 06, 2012 vs Bellevue (Neb.) 2-4 L Mar 06, 2012 vs Cedarville 0-5 L Mar 08, 2012 vs Georgian Court Univ. 1-2 L Mar 08, 2012 vs Bemidji State W 4-0 Mar 09, 2012 vs Millersville W 3-0 Mar 09, 2012 vs Millersville W 4-1 Mar 13, 2012 at Findlay W 8-6 Mar 13, 2012 at Findlay 8-9 L Mar 15, 2012 Ashland University 0-9 L Mar 15, 2012 Ashland University 1-9 L Mar 18, 2012 #15 Grand Valley State 0-9 L Mar 18, 2012 #15 Grand Valley State 1-5 L Mar 20, 2012 at Northern Kentucky 0-9 L Mar 20, 2012 at Northern Kentucky 0-2 L Mar 24, 2012 Salem International W 2-1 Mar 25, 2012 Salem International W 6-5 Mar 28, 2012 Mt. Vernon Nazarene W 9-0 Mar 28, 2012 Mt. Vernon Nazarene W 5-1 Apr 04, 2012 Wheeling Jesuit W 8-2 Apr 04, 2012 Wheeling Jesuit W 4-2 *Apr 05, 2012 Walsh University W 2-1 *Apr 05, 2012 Walsh University 2-7 L Apr 11, 2012 at #2 UIndy 0-13 L Apr 11, 2012 at #2 UIndy 0-3 L Apr 13, 2012 at Saint Joseph's (IN) 5-6 L Apr 13, 2012 at Saint Joseph's (IN) 1-2 L Apr 15, 2012 Rio Grande 2-9 L Apr 15, 2012 Rio Grande W 10-0 *Apr 17, 2012 at Cedarville 0-1 L *Apr 17, 2012 at Cedarville W 4-1 Apr 20, 2012 Shawnee State 2-4 L Apr 20, 2012 Shawnee State 1-4 L *Apr 21, 2012 Notre Dame College W 5-1 *Apr 21, 2012 Notre Dame College 8-21 L Apr 22, 2012 Salem International W 12-4 Apr 22, 2012 Salem International 9-13 L Apr 25, 2012 at Ohio U.-Chillicothe W 8-1 Apr 25, 2012 at Ohio U.-Chillicothe W 14-4 *Apr 27, 2012 at Malone 0-8 L *Apr 27, 2012 at Malone 6-7 L *Apr 28, 2012 at Ursuline College W 8-4 *Apr 28, 2012 at Ursuline College W 7-5 *May 02, 2012 Ursuline College W 9-1 *May 03, 2012 vs WALSH W 2-0 *May 04, 2012 at NOTRE DAME W 6-2 *May 04, 2012 vs WALSH W 7-2 * - OIC Game; () extra inning game; Home Games in Bold BLUE KNIGHT SOFTBALL

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

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

Pitcher of record Anderson (W 1-0) Mead (L 0-1) Mead (L 0-2) Kolmerten (L 0-1) Anderson (L 1-1) Mead (L 0-3) Anderson (L 1-2) Kolmerten (W 1-0) Anderson (W 2-2) Kolmerten (W 1-1) Kolmerten (W 3-1) Anderson (L 2-3) Kolmerten (L 3-2) Anderson (L 2-4) Anderson (L 2-5) Kolmerten (L 3-3) Anderson (L 2-6) Kolmerten (L 3-4) Kolmerten (W 4-4) Kolmerten (W 5-4) Kolmerten (W 6-4) Mead (W 1-3) Anderson (W 3-6) Kolmerten (W 7-4) Kolmerten (W 8-4) Anderson (L 3-7) Mead (L 1-4) Anderson (L 3-8) Anderson (L 3-9) Anderson (L 3-10) Kolmerten (L 8-5) Anderson (W 4-10) Mead (L 1-5) Anderson (W 5-10) Anderson (L 5-11) Mead (L 1-6) Anderson (W 6-11) Mead (L 1-7) Anderson (W 7-11) Anderson (L 7-12) Kolmerten (W 9-5) Anderson (W 8-12) Kolmerten (L 9-6) Anderson (L 8-13) Anderson (W 9-13) Kolmerten (W 10-6) Anderson (W 10-13) Anderson (W 11-13) Kolmerten (W 11-6) Anderson (W 12-13)

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Attend 75 87 102 50 38 50 49 50 142 205 125 125 110 90 95 95 54 110 105 50 95 75 90 75 75 77 77 23 23 235 235 45 45 88 88 65 65 80 80 50 50 50 50 21 31 155 88 83 88

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HEAD COACH DANIELLE LOWE (FINDLAY ‘06, M.A. ‘08) PHONE: 937.484.1325 EMAIL: dlowe@urbana.edu Urbana University Athletic Director Doug Young named Danielle Lowe (rhymes with "now") the softball program's newest head coach on May 11, 2010. A first-time head coach, Lowe took over the reigns of a program that enjoyed the most successful 6year run in program history under Nicole Pluger, who was promoted to the role of Assistant Athletic Director of Compliance following the 2010 season. In her first season at the helm, Lowe improved the team's winning percentage and GPA. Urbana finished the season strong, winning 9 of their final 13 games, including a 4-3 home win over 13th ranked regional foe Indianapolis. The victory was 1 of 2 against ranked opponents in 2011. Lowe's second campaign was even more successful than the first. The Blue Knights claimed the program's first post-season championship since 2007, winning the 6-team D-II Ohio Independents' Championship. Urbana outscored its opponents 24-5 over the 4 games of the OIC Tournament. Six Blue Knights made the All-OIC squad and 4 more made the national All-Independent Teams. Urbana improved its win total by 9, finishing 24-26. The 24 wins were the most at UU in over a decade (2001). For the second consecutive season, Lowe's Blue Knights finished strong, winning 6 straight to end the campaign and 10 of the final 14. Lowe came to Urbana from the University of Findlay where she spent 4 seasons as an assistant coach following 3 seasons as the Oilers' starting second baseman. She served as team captain as a senior while capturing all-academic accolades from the GLIAC conference. On the field, Lowe was named the team's top defensive player while batting .255 with 26 extra-base hits and 35 RBIs. During her time at Findlay, Lowe earned both a bachelor's and a master's degree. She received a Bachelor of Science in Integrated Mathematics AYA Education in December of 2006. Two years later, she completed her Master's Degree in Education, with a Human Resource Development Strand and an Emphasis on Leadership.

The Lowe File

Birth date ............................ 12/30/83 in Jackson, Mich. High School ............ Vandercook Lake HS (Jackson, Mich.) Education .............................. University of Findlay, 2006 .................... B.S. in Integrated Mathematics/AYA Education ..................................................... University of Findlay, 2008 ...... Master’s Degree in Education with a Human Resources ........ Development Strand and an emphasis on Leadership Record at Urbana (Years) .......................... 39-51-1 (3rd) Overall Coaching Record (Years) .............. 39-51-1 (3rd) Originally from Jackson, Michigan, Lowe also played a year of varsity softball at Division I College Playing Honors ............................ Team Captain Eastern Michigan University, and she's served as a head coach of the Wizards, a summer .. GLIAC All-Academic Team, Team’s Best Defensive Player league softball organization in Toledo. Her new position at Urbana is her first collegiate head coaching gig. Currently residing in Springfield, Danielle is married to Kyle Thwaits.

PITCHING COACH JEFF EICHELBERGER EMAIL: jeichelberger@urbana.edu Jeff Eichelberger joined the Blue Knight coaching staff in the fall of 2008, serving his first season as an assistant coach in 2009. For 2 years under Head Coach Nikki Pluger, Eichelberger's primary focus was on the pitching staff for the Blue Knights. Eichelberger retained those duties under new Head Coach Dani Lowe. This past spring, he completed his fourth season with the Blue Knight softball program. Eichelberger's top 2 pitchers, sophomores Lauren Anderson and Haley Kolmerten, each earned Second Team All-ICAA honors in their second year in the program. Kolmerten's selection was her second straight after earning First Team honors under Eichelberger as a freshman. Eichelberger has 15+ years of coaching experience in summer leagues around Ohio, and more than a decade of coaching experience at Northeastern High School in Springfield, Ohio. Jeff currently resides in South Charleston, Ohio with his wife, Jacquie. He has two daughters, Shari and Cari.

ASSISTANT COACH LARRY SPAHR Larry Spahr, or Coach "Lare-Bear" as he's known to the players, joined the Blue Knight softball coaching staff prior to the 2012 fall season. Spahr retired from the active player ranks after over 25 years in the sport. Since then, Spahr has spent several years coaching travel and high school ball. Most recently, Spahr has spent the past 5 years as the Head Softball Coach at Springfield Shawnee High School. His team at Shawnee posted an 85-42 record (.670 winning percentage) over that stretch, earning Spahr County Coach of the Year honors in 2008. Spahr's teams led the 12-team conference in hitting 4 out of his 5 seasons at the helm. Shawnee has scored over 900 runs and swiped 476 bases over Spahr's 5-year reign as Head Coach. Six of Spahr's Shawnee players earned All-Ohio recognition, but Spahr's proudest accomplishment is seeing 4 of his 5 teams place in the Top 20 academically in the state of Ohio. Twelve of his players have received the state's Scholar Athlete Award. Currently, Coach Spahr lives east of Springfield with his wife Bonnie. He has two daughters, Karlieigh (Otterbein, '08) and Kelsee, and a new son-inlaw, Andrew Seaman (Wright State, '11). BLUE KNIGHT SOFTBALL

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The 2013 Blue Knight Softball Team – Front row seated (l to r): Heather Martin, Ashley Skinner, Alisha Crosier, Heather Hakola, Brooke Shultz, Alyssa Maag, Bridgette Barney, Haley Jo Kolmerten, Sierra Cronkleton. Back Row (standing l to r): Amber Beeman, Kara Atwell, Amanda Toy, Taylor Drake, Morgan Haer, Lauren Anderson, Katelyn Edwards, Ashley Butts, Cortney Moore.


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NUMERICAL ROSTER

# Player Ht Yr Pos. 1 Brooke Shultz 5'4 Sr. 2B/SS 2 Taylor Drake 5'4 Fr. 2B/SS 3 Alisha Crosier 5'1 Sr. OF/3B 4 Kara Atwell 5'5 So. 1B/C 5 Amber Beeman 5'4 So. OF/SS 6 Heather Hakola* 5'5 Sr. SS/2B 7 Cortney Moore 5'2 Fr. P/UTIL 8 Amanda Toy 5'4 So. 1B 10 Alyssa Maag 5'7 Sr. OF 11 Ashley Butts 5'4 Fr. SS/OF 12 Ashley Skinner 5'10 Jr. 3B/C 13 Haley Jo Kolmerten 5'9 Jr. P 14 Bridgette Barney* 5'3 Sr. OF 15 Katelyn Edwards 5'5 Fr. 1B/3B 17 Heather Martin 5'8 Jr. 1B/C 19 Morgan Haer 5'6 Fr. P/UTIL 20 Lauren Anderson 5'6 Jr. P 21 Sierra Cronkleton 5'7 Fr. C/3B * - Team Captains Head Coach: Danielle Lowe, 3rd Season Pitching Coach: Jeff Eichelberger, 5th Season Assistant Coach: Larry Spahr, 1st Season

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Hometown High School/Prev. School Lima, Ohio Shawnee Bellefontaine, Ohio Indian Lake Whitehall, Ohio Yearling/Trine University Milford, Ohio Milford Laura, Ohio Milton-Union Marysville, Ohio Marysville Springfield, Ohio Northeastern Crestline, Ohio Crestline Lima, Ohio Bath/Southeastern London, Ohio Madison Plains Beavercreek, Ohio Beavercreek/Darton West Lafayette, Ohio Ridgewood Medway, Ohio Tecumseh Ashland, Ohio Northwestern London, Ohio Madison Plains Tipp City, Ohio Vandalia-Butler Newark, Ohio Newark East Liberty, Ohio Benjamin Logan

BY CLASS Seniors: 5 Juniors: 4 Sophomores: 3 Freshmen: 6 BY COLLEGIATE EXPERIENCE (Team Average: 47 Games)

100+ Games: 75-99 Games: 50-74 Games: 25-49 Games: 1-24 Games: 0 Games: BY POSITION Pitchers: Catchers: First Base: Second Base: Shortstop: Third Base: Outfielders: Utility: BY HEIGHT

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(Team Average: 5’5 1/5”)

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER # Player Ht Yr Pos. 20 Anderson, Lauren 5'6 Jr. P 4 Atwell, Kara 5'5 So. 1B/C 14 Barney, Bridgette* 5'3 Sr. OF 5 Beeman, Amber 5'4 So. OF/SS 11 Butts, Ashley 5'4 Fr. SS/OF 21 Cronkleton, Sierra 5'7 Fr. C/3B 3 Crosier, Alisha 5'1 Sr. OF/3B 2 Drake, Taylor 5'4 Fr. 2B/SS 15 Edwards, Katelyn 5'5 Fr. 1B/3B 19 Haer, Morgan 5'6 Fr. P/UTIL 6 Hakola, Heather* 5'5 Sr. SS/2B 13 Kolmerten, Haley Jo 5'9 Jr. P 10 Maag, Alyssa 5'7 Sr. OF 17 Martin, Heather 5'8 Jr. 1B/C 7 Moore, Cortney 5'2 Fr. P/UTIL 1 Shultz, Brooke 5'4 Sr. 2B/SS 12 Skinner, Ashley 5'10 Jr. 3B/C 8 Toy, Amanda 5'4 So. 1B * - Team Captains Head Coach: Danielle Lowe, 3rd Season Pitching Coach: Jeff Eichelberger, 5th Season Assistant Coach: Larry Spahr, 1st Season

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Hometown Newark, Ohio Milford, Ohio Medway, Ohio Laura, Ohio London, Ohio East Liberty, Ohio Whitehall, Ohio Bellefontaine, Ohio Ashland, Ohio Tipp City, Ohio Marysville, Ohio West Lafayette, Ohio Lima, Ohio London, Ohio Springfield, Ohio Lima, Ohio Beavercreek, Ohio Crestline, Ohio

High School/Prev. School Newark Milford Tecumseh Milton-Union Madison Plains Benjamin Logan Yearling/Trine University Indian Lake Northwestern Vandalia-Butler Marysville Ridgewood Bath/Southeastern Madison Plains Northeastern Shawnee Beavercreek/Darton Crestline

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PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Crosier: Eichelberger: Haer: Hakola: Kolmerten: Lowe: Maag: Spahr:

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SHULTZ

SENIOR Z5-5 Z2B/SS ZL/R ZLIMA, OHIO/SHAWNEE HS

Brooke Shultz's Career Stats Year 2009 2010 2011 2012 Totals

Avg. GP-GS .365 32-23 .313 44-44 .308 12-12 .307 41-40 .319 129-119

AB 63 147 39 127 376

R H 2B 16 23 1 27 46 3 10 12 0 30 39 6 83 120 10

3B 1 1 0 2 4

HR 0 0 0 0 0

RBI 8 5 0 10 23

SLG% .413 .347 .308 .386 .367

BB 2 13 4 8 27

HBP 1 2 0 5 8

OB% .394 .377 .372 .371 .377

SAC 3 0 3 7 13

SB-ATT 9-10 12-16 3-5 5-6 29-37

PO A E 65 25 9 109 93 22 24 34 3 98 65 10 296 217 44

FLD% .909 .902 .951 .942 .921

Blue Knight Notes: 2012 - Named Honorable Mention All-OIC...Named to Athletic Director's Fall Honor Roll...Played in 41 of 50 games for Urbana...Batted .307 with 6 doubles, mostly from the leadoff spot...Slugged .386...On-base percentage of .371...Stole 5 bases...Scored the second most runs on the squad with 30...Fielding percentage of .942 at second base for the Blue Knights. 2011 - Named to the Athletic Director's Fall Honor Roll...In softball, Brooke suffered a season-ending injury in the 10th game of the season on Spring Break...She played 1 more doubleheader at home with the injury on 3/17 before shutting it down for the remainder of the season...Team was 5-7 with her in the starting lineup...Batted 2nd in all 12 games...Before her injury, she was on a 5-game hitting streak (2nd longest on the team this season) with a .357 batting average...Finished the season above .300 for the 3rd consecutive year at .308...Granted an additional year of softball eligibility with a medical redshirt by the NCAA following the season...In her final season as a member of the Blue Knight soccer team, Brooke started all 18 games (1 of 5 Blue Knights to do so)...She led the team in assists (3), shots (45) and game-winning goals (1)...Had a game-winning assist in the home opener in OT vs. Ohio Valley...Scored her only goal of the season (the game-winner) in her final game, a season-ending win over Salem International...The 4-year letterwinner finished her career 2nd in shots (157), tied for 3rd all-time in game-winning goals (6), tied for 4th in game-winning assists (3), 7th in goals (15), 7th in points (43), tied for 6th in assists (13), 11th in career starts (62), and 19th in career games (63)...Named Team MVP at the 2012 All-Sports Awards Banquet on 4/28/12. 2010 - Named to the Fall 2010 Athletic Director's Honor Roll... As a sophmore Shultz started 44 games for the Blue Knights... Longest hitting streak of the season started on 4/15 against Shawnee State and ended 4/17 againt Ohio Dominican... Best game of the season came against Findlay on 3/30... She was 4-5 batting with 2 runs... On the season she was second on the team in batting average with .313, on base percentage with .377, total bases with 51, and hits with 46... She led the team in runs scored with 27, at bats with 147, and stolen bases with 12... For the season Shultz had 46 hits, 5 RBIs, a .347 slugging percentage, 13 walks, 109 putouts, 93 assists, and a .902 fielding percentage...Had 11 multiple hit games for the Blue Knights, which was the 2nd most on the team...As a member of the UU women's soccer team, Brooke played and started all 18 games as a junior (1 of just 2 Blue Knights to do so in 2010)... She scored a team-leading 3 goals on the season putting her at the 7th highest goal scorer in Urbana University history with 14... She scored the only goal of the game in a 1-0 victory against Southern Indiana... Had 1 assist on the season which makes her 10th all time in assist...32nd all-time in games played with 45...Tied for 3rd all-time in game winning goals with 5...Ranked 6th all-time in most shots with 112...9th in most shots in a single season with 47...7th all-time in most career points with 38...Named Honorable Mention All-Independent in DII...Also picked up Second Team All-Ohio honors. 2009 - Led the team in batting average as a true freshman, hitting .365 in 32 games...Also led the team in on-base percentage at .394...Had a season-best 4-game hitting streak to end the year, picking up 6 hits in her final 12 at-bats...Started 23 games at second base and appeared in 9 more games as a sub or pinch-runner...Finished 9-for-10 on stolen bases, good for 3rd most on the team...Batted .429 with runners on base and .400 as a lead-off hitter to start an inning...With runners on base, she successfully advanced the runners 62% of the time...As a member of the UU women's soccer team, Brooke started 13 games for the Blue Knights before suffering a season ending injury...Scored 4 goals and led the team with 3 game-winners...Her 3 game winners this season is tied for third most in a single season and she now sits 8th all-time in career game winners with 4 and 7th all-time in career goals with Shultz’ Career Highs 11...Was tied for the team lead with 3 assists...Scored 4 points against Illinois Tech on 10/4/09 when she had a goal and Hits: 2 assists...Registered 28 shots this season and is now 10th all-time in total shots with 65. 2008 - Starter for the Urbana 4, at Findlay (3/30/10) University women's soccer team...Scored a team-high 7 goals and added 5 assists in 14 games....Her 7 goals in a season were tied for 10th most all-time at UU...Named Team All-Around MVP. Prep Notes: Three-year captain at Lima Shawnee Doubles: HS for Coach Lou Seddlemeyer...Set 7 softball school records, including career batting average (.463) and career SBs 2, last vs. Salem International (4/22/12) (117/123)...Named First Team All-WBL and All-Northwest Ohio District three straight years...Second Team All-State her junior year...Also named First Team All-WBL and First Team All-Northwest Ohio District in soccer. Personal: Daughter of Triples: Steve Shultz & Kelly Lauck...Step-father Chad Lauck...Born November 18, 1989...Middle Childhood Education & Math & 1, four times; last at Notre Dame (5/4/12) Science Major at Urbana University...Brooke was also a standout soccer player at Urbana University. Runs: 4, at Hillsdale (4/27/10) RBIs: 3, last vs. Salem International (4/22/12) Stolen Bases: 2, twice; last at Hillsdale, (4/27/10) Putouts: 7, three times; last vs. Mt. Vernon Nazarene, (4/29/10) Assists: 6, three times; last vs. Notre Dame College (4/21/12) BLUE KNIGHT SOFTBALL

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SENIOR Z5-1 ZOF/3B ZR/R ZWHITEHALL, OHIO/YEARLING HS/TRINE UNIVERSITY

Alisha Crosier's Career UU Stats Year 2011 2012 Totals

Avg. .162 .284 .222

GP-GS 41-41 42-38 83-79

AB R 99 11 95 10 194 21

H 16 27 43

2B 3 4 7

3B 1 0 1

HR 0 0 0

RBI 10 5 15

SLG% .212 .326 .268

BB 5 4 9

HBP 1 1 2

OB% .208 .320 .262

SAC 5 3 8

SB-ATT 2-2 3-4 5-6

PO 49 48 97

A 11 3 14

E 3 2 5

FLD% .952 .962 .957

Blue Knight Notes: 2012 - Appeared in 42 games of 50 as a junior outfielder...Finished season with a .284 batting average...Slugged .326...On-base percentage of .320...Fielding .962 on the season...Had a 7-game hitting streak from April 27 - May 4, 2012...Stole 3 bases in 4 attempts. 2011 - Converted to outfield before the season and started all 41 games as a sophomore (29 starts in RF, 9 in CF, 3 in LF)...1 of 5 Blue Knights to start every game...Tied for the team lead in sac bunts (5) and sac flies (1)...Had 3 multi-RBI games...Best game came on Spring Break vs. St. Francis on 3/7 (3 for 5 with a triple, a run and 2 RBIs)...Collected 9 hits over a 12-game span (10 at home) from 3/19-4/2, raising her batting average 40 points...Her .952 fielding percentage and 11 OF assists was tops amongst UU outfielders in her first season in the position. College Notes: Transferred to Urbana after 1 season at Trine University in Angola, Indiana...Played for Coach Donnie Danklefsen...Appeared in 3 games, making 2 starts (1 at 3B, 1 at 2B)...Finished 1 for 4 at the plate with a walk and an RBI. Prep Notes: Played at Whitehall Yearling HS for Coach Lisa Morelli...named Second Team All League, Honorable Mention and Leadership Award recipient, and hit .365 her Senior Year. Personal: Daughter of Pernell Burchnell and Terri Crosier...born on March 6, 1991.

Crosier’s UU Career Highs Hits: 3, twice, last at Ursuline College (4/28/12) Doubles: 1, seven times, last vs. Walsh University (5/4/12) Runs: 2 vs. Walsh University (4/5/12) RBIs: 2, four times, last vs. Salem International (4/22/12) Stolen Bases: 1, three times; last vs. Ursuline College (5/2/12) Walks: 1, nine times, last vs. Salem International (4/22/12) Putouts: 4, four times, last vs. Walsh (5/3/12) Assists: 1, fourteen times, last at. St. Joseph’s (4/13/12)

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HEATHER

HAKOLA

SENIOR Z5-5 ZSS/2B ZR/R ZMARYSVILLE, OHIO/MARYSVILLE HS

Heather Hakola's Career Stats Year 2010 2011 2012 Totals

Avg. GP-GS .178 39-39 .369 41-41 .331 46-46 .298 126-126

AB R H 107 8 19 122 27 45 127 27 42 356 62 106

2B 2 12 10 24

3B 1 0 1 2

HR 0 3 5 8

RBI 4 23 32 59

SLG% .215 .541 .543 .444

BB 10 16 18 44

HBP 1 1 5 7

OB% .254 .443 .428 .383

SAC 0 1 1 2

SB-ATT 0-0 1-1 7-8 8-9

PO 75 63 97 235

A 59 85 84 228

E 10 12 12 34

FLD% .931 .925 .938 .932

Blue Knight Notes: 2013 - Team co-captain. 2012 - Named Honorable Mention All-OIC...Named to Athletic Director's Fall Honor Roll...Earned her 2nd Career Blue Knight Student-Athlete of the Week Award on 4/6/12...Played in 46 of 50 games at SS for the Blue Knights...Had the 2nd highest batting average on the team at .331...3rd in slugging with .543...On-base percentage of .428...Scored 27 runs...Drove in 32 runs...Second on the team in both doubles (10) and home runs (5)...Fielding percentage of .938 at shortstop. 2011 Named to the Athletic Director’s Fall Honor...Earned 1st Team D-II All-Independent honors...Named the team's Offensive Player of the Year...Named Blue Knight Student-Athlete of the Week on 3/25 after earning All-Blue Knight Invite honors at a home tournament where Hakola capped a stretch that saw her reach base in 11 of 12 plate appearances with 9 hits in 10 at-bats during the tournament...Started all 41 games (25 at SS, 15 at 2B, 1 at DP)...1 of 5 Blue Knights to start all 41 games...From her freshman to sophomore seasons, Hakola raised her batting average 191 points, her OBP 189 points and her slugging % an incredible 326 points...She collected 26 more hits, 10 more doubles, 3 more HRs, 19 more RBIs, and 6 more walks...Led the team in OBP (.443; 6th highest in UU history) and doubles (12; 3rd most in UU history)...Finished 2nd on the squad in BA (.369), runs (27), hits (45), total bases (66), walks (16; 5th most in UU history) and double plays turned (7; tied for 4th most in UU history)...After just 2 seasons, she ranks 4th in career DPs (10)...Had 12 multi-hit games, including seven 3-hit games...Had 6 multi-RBI games including a team season-high 4 RBIs twice (vs. Bellevue on 3/11 and vs. NDC on 3/19; finished 3 for 4 with a HR, 4 RBIs, and a run scored in both contests)...Hit her 1st career HR vs. Grand Valley State on Spring Break on 3/8, then hit 2 more over the next 11 days...Had 3 straight 3-hit games in the Blue Knight Invite, including a 3-double game vs. Malone on 3/19...Collected 5 hits in 6 at bats vs. #13 Indianapolis on 4/15, helping UU earn a split with a 4-3 win in Game #2 after going 3-for-3 with a double and 3 RBIs...Had a season-high 5-game hitting streak from 3/26-3/31...Stole her first career base in UU's tie with Findlay on 3/31. 2010 - Played and started 39 contests for the Blue Knights this season (11 at SS, 28 at 2B)... Managed a .178 batting average... Had a season-high 4-game hitting streak that started on 4/17 against ODU and lasted until 4/20 vs. Walsh.. Against Lake Superior State on 3/20 she was 2-3 with 1 run scored and a walk... She also had another multi-hit game againist Marian on 4/06 when she was 2-4 at the plate... Defensively, Hakola was 5th on the team with 75 putouts and 3rd on the team with 59 assists... She also fielded 3 double plays which was good enough for 3rd on the team... Defensively she helped the Blue Knights with a .931 fielding percentage, including a .958 mark at 2B...Team finished 2-2 when Hakola batted 6th in the lineup.Prep Notes: Played for Coach Chris Shirer at Marysville HS...Named Scholar Athlete and garnered 2nd Team All-OCC honors twice, and 1st Team All-OCC once. Personal: Parents are Russ and Carol Hakola... Born November 14, 1990... Exercise Science Major.

Hakola’s Career Highs Hits: 3, eight times, last vs. Walsh University (5/4/12) Home Runs: 1, eight times, last at Ohio Univ.Chillicothe (4/25/12) Doubles: 3 vs. Malone University (3/19/11) Runs: 3, twice, last at Ohio U.-Chillicothe (4/25/12) RBIs: 6, vs. St. Francis (IL) (3/4/12) Stolen Bases: 1, eight times, last at Ohio U.Chillicothe (4/25/12) Walks: 3 vs. Marian University (4/2/11) Putouts: 6 vs. Millersville (3/7/11) Assists: 6, twice, last vs. Ashland University (3/17/11) BLUE KNIGHT SOFTBALL

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ALYSSA

MAAG

SENIOR Z5-7 ZOF ZR/R ZLIMA, OHIO/BATH HS/SOUTHEASTERN C.C.

Alyssa Maag's Career UU Stats Year 2012

Avg. .160

GP-GS 33-26

AB 75

R 5

H 12

2B 5

3B 0

HR 1

RBI 9

SLG% .267

BB 7

HBP 0

OB% .229

SAC 1

SB-ATT 1-1

PO 26

A 13

E 2

FLD% .951

Blue Knight Notes: 2012 - Appeared in 33 of 50 games in her first season playing for Urbana...Made 11 starts at 2B, 11 in RF and 4 in LF...Blue Knights were 13-13 with Maag in the starting lineup...Ended the season with a .951 fielding percentage, including a perfect fielding percentage in the OF...On 3/9 against Millersville, Maag hit her first home run for the Blue Knights, a two-run shot in the Blue Knights 3-0 win...the HR capped a 3-game hitting streak for Maag on Spring Break...Maag was only 1 of 4 Blue Knights with a HR in 2012...Had a pair of multi-hit games and 4 games with 2 RBIs...Clubbed 2 doubles and scored a run in a win over Wheeling Jesuit on 4/4. College Notes: Transferred from Southeastern Community College where she played for Coach Melissa Navntoft...Named 1st Team All-Academic in the ICCAC in 2009 and 2nd Team All-Academic in 2010...Earned her associate's degree at SCC. Prep Notes: Played for Coach Laura Ford at Lima Bath HS, earning Honorable Mention All-Western Buckeye League as a senior in 2008...Also voted team's Most Improved Player in '08 after transitioning from 3rd base to the outfield...Helped Coach Ford earn her 500th career victory in 2008. Personal: Daughter of Shane and Kelly Maag...Born May 18, 1990...Athletic Training major at Urbana University. Maag’s UU Career Highs Hits: 2, twice, last vs. Rio Grande (4/15/12) Doubles: 2 vs. Wheeling Jesuit (4/4/12) Home Runs: 1 vs. Millersville (3/9/12) Runs: 1, five times, last vs. Salem International (4/22/12) RBIs: 2, four times, last vs. Walsh (4/5/12) Stolen Bases: 1 vs. Bemidji St. (3/8/12) Walks: 1, seven times, last vs. Notre Dame (4/21/12) Putouts: 5 vs. Ashland University (3/15/12) Assists: 3 vs. Ashland University (3/15/12) BLUE KNIGHT SOFTBALL

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#14 BRIDGETTE BARNEY

SENIOR Z5-3 ZOF ZL/L ZMEDWAY, OHIO/TECUMSEH HS

Bridgette Barney's Career Stats Year 2010 2011 2012 Totals

Avg. .250 .355 .243 .291

GP-GS AB R 33-17 48 8 41-40 110 17 45-37 103 13 119-94 261 38

H 12 39 25 76

2B 0 6 8 14

3B 0 0 0 0

HR 0 0 0 0

RBI 2 17 16 35

SLG% .250 .409 .320 .345

BB 6 18 13 37

HBP 1 0 2 3

OB% .345 .442 .339 .384

SAC 0 4 3 7

SB-ATT 2-2 2-4 2-2 6-8

PO 17 39 36 92

A 2 0 1 3

E 1 3 2 6

FLD% .950 .929 .949 .941

Blue Knight Notes: 2013 - Named Team Captain. 2012 - Named to the Athletic Director's Spring Honor Roll...Appeared in 45 of 50 games for Urbana...Batted .243 on the season...Batted in 16 runs...Third in doubles with 8...Second highest number of walks with 13...Fielding .949 with 36 put outs...Named 1st Team All-OIC...Earned the final Blue Knight Student-Athlete of the Week award of the 2012 season for her clutch 2-out, 2-run single in the top of the 6th inning of the Ohio Independent Championship. 2011 - Earned 1st Team D-II All-Independent honors...Appeared in all 41 games, starting 40 of them in the OF as a sophomore (32 in CF, 8 in RF)...Made great strides at the plate in her second season, raising her batting average 105 points, her slugging 159 points and her OBP 97 points...Led the team in walks, drawing 18 free passes, which is tied for 2nd most in a single season in UU history...Recorded the 7th highest OBP in school history, finishing second to teammate Heather Hakola (.443 to .442)...Also finished top 5 on the team in batting average (.355), slugging (.409), hits (39), and plate appearances (133)...Had a team season-long hitting streak of 6 games from 3/29 - 4/8, raising her BA 33 points over that stretch...Her first career double came in her first at-bat of the season at Bellarmine...Career-high 3 hits on 4/12 in a 12-7 win at Cedarville (3 for 5, 2 RBIs, 1 run, 1 SB)...Had 13 two-hit games, which tied for the most on the team...Had 4 multi-RBI games, including a career-high 3 RBIs in a 13-4 win over NAIA nationally ranked Bellevue on 3/11 (2 for 4, 3 RBIs, 2 runs). 2010 - Started 17 games and appeared in another 16 as a sub or pinch runner... Posted a .250 batting average... Had a 3-game hitting streak that started 4/27 against Hillsdale College and ended 4/29 against Mt Vernon Nazarene... Her best game was against Shawnee State on 4/15 when she had 2 hits,1 RBI, and a run... Barney was fifth on the team with a .345 on base percentage and third on the team with 2 stolen bases... Finished with 12 hits, 2 RBIs, and 6 walks... Defensively she had 17 putouts, 2 assists, and a .950 fielding percentage. Prep Notes: Played at Tecumseh HS for Coach Williams...Named 1st Team All-Buckeye Conference in 2007, 2008 and 2009...Also earned 1st Team AllMetro in 2009 and 2nd Team All-Ohio in 2008. Personal: Parents are Wayne and Shannon Pride...Born September 27, 1991...AYA Education Integrated Science major. Barney’s Career Highs Hits: 3, twice, last at Ursuline College (4/28/12) Doubles: 2 at Ohio U.-Chillicothe (4/25/12) Runs: 2, eight times, last at Ohio U.Chillicothe (4/25/12) RBIs: 3, twice, last at Findlay (3/13/12) Stolen Bases: 1, six times, last at Ursuline College (4/28/12) Walks: 2, seven times, last vs. Salem International (4/22/12) Putouts: 4, twice last vs. Salem International (4/22/12) Assists: 2 vs. Lake Superior State, 3/21/10 BLUE KNIGHT SOFTBALL

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ASHLEY

SKINNER

JUNIOR Z5-10 Z3B/C ZR/R ZBEAVERCREEK, OHIO/BEAVERCREEK HS/DARTON CC

Ashley Skinner's Career UU Stats Year 2012

Avg. .387

GP-GS 44-43

AB R 124 24

H 48

2B 8

3B 3

HR 4

RBI 42

SLG% .597

BB 12

HBP 2

OB% .437

Blue Knight Notes: 2012 - Named First Team All-ICAA in the infield...Named First Team All-OIC at the utility position...Earned her 1st career Blue Knight StudentAthlete of the Week award on 4/20/12 (see article below)...Played in 44 of 50 games as a first-year Blue Knight...Led the team with a batting average of .387...Led UU in RBI's with 42...Slugged .597...On-base percentage of .437...Hit 4 home runs, 3 triples, and 8 doubles. 2011 - Ashley sat out her first season at UU after transferring in from Darton C.C. College Notes: Ashley played 38 games as a freshman for Darton Community College in Albany, Georgia in the spring of 2010 for Coach David Dews...Cavs finished 25-19...Ashley tallied 7 HRs, 21 runs and 24 RBIs in 108 ABs as a catcher and utility player...Batted .287 with a .307 OBP...Recorded just 1 error on the year...Smashed home runs in each of her first 2 collegiate games (a DH vs. Andrew College on 2/3/ 10)...Three times, she recorded 3 RBIs in a game...Collected a pair of dingers in a game vs. Marion Military Institute on 3/13/10...Named to the AllTournament First Team. Prep Notes: Two-time Player of the Year at Beavercreek High School for Coach Joyce Dustin...Earned 1st Team AllConference and helped Beavercreek win a pair of conference titles. Personal: Daughter of Dan and Kathy Skinner...Born January 15, 1991...Athletic Training major at Urbana University.

SAC 1

SB-ATT 9-9

PO 82

A 53

E FLD% 13 .912

Skinner’s UU Career Highs Hits: 3, four times, last at Malone (4/27/12) Doubles: 2, twice, last at Malone (4/27/12) Home Runs: 2 vs. Salem International (4/22/12) Runs: 3 vs. Salem International (4/22/12) RBIs: 4 vs. Salem International (4/22/12) Stolen Bases: 2 vs. Wheeling Jesuit (4/4/12) Walks: 1, twelve times, last vs. Walsh (5/4/12) Putouts: 8 vs. Rio Grande (4/15/12) Assists: 5, thrice, last at Malone (4/27/12)

#12 HALEY JO KOLMERTEN JUNIOR Z5-9 ZP ZR/R ZWEST LAFAYETTE, OHIO/RIDGEWOOD HS

Haley Kolmerten's Career Pitching Stats Year 2011 2012 Totals

ERA 1.94 2.99 2.46

W-L 9-7 11-6 20-13

App 21 26 47

GS 15 18 33

CG 10 10 20

SHO 0 2 2

SV 2 2 4

IP 108.1 107.2 216.0

H 114 110 224

ER 30 46 76

BB 28 35 63

SO 106 105 211

B/Avg .263 .259 .261

Blue Knight Notes: 2012 - Named Second Team All-ICAA... Team Captain...Named to Athletic Kolmerten’s Career Highs Director's Fall Honor Roll...Appeared in 26 of 50 games on the mound for the Blue Knights...Pitched a total of 107.2 innings (2nd on the squad) with an ERA of 2.99...Led the team in strikeout for the Innings Pitched: second consecutive season (105)...Already the all-time career strikeouts leader at UU with 211 in 9.0 at Ursuline College (4/28/12) 2 seasons on the mound...Opponents batted just .259 off Kolmerten. 2011 - Earned 1st Team D- Innings Pitched in Relief: II All-Independent honors...Named the team's Most Valuable Pitcher at the 2011 All-Sports Athletic 4.0, twice, last at Shawnee State Banquet on 4/30/11...Earned Blue Knight Student-Athlete of the Week honors after an incredible debut (4/17/11) at Bellarmine University where she threw a complete game, allowing just 5 hits and 1 run while striking out Strikeouts: 8 in a 2-1 win, UU's 1st of the 2011 season...Her 8 K's in her debut was the most by a Blue Knight in a 12, twice, last at Ursuline College single game since May of '07...2 of her 8 K's came in the bottom of the 7th with the bases loaded and (4/28/12) nobody out...Threw at least 7 innings in each of her first 5 career starts...Led the team in ERA (1.94; 2nd Saves: lowest in UU history), opponents' BA (.263), W-L pct (.563), wins (9; tied for 5th most at UU), saves (2; tied 4, last vs. Walsh (5/4/12) for most in a single season at UU), IP (108.1), K's (106; school record), pitching appearances (21), games Putouts: started (15), runs allowed (60), and earned runs allowed (30)...Averaged 5.16 innings per outing...Struck 2 vs. Grand Valley St. (3/20/11) out 6.85 batters per 7.0 innings (most ever by a Blue Knight pitcher)...Team was 7-7-1 in her 15 starts on Assists: the mound...Struck out a career-high 11 batters in back-to-back starts (vs. Millersville 3/6 and vs. Southern 2 vs. Malone University (3/19/11) New Hampshire 3/8)...Allowed just 7 earned runs over her final 8 appearances (38.2 innings), finishing 5-1 over that stretch...Earned her first career save by throwing the final 2.2 innings in an 11-10 win over NDC on 3/19 in the Blue Knight Invite...Earned her 2nd career save by striking out 3 over the the final 2 innings of a 5-4 win at NAIA nationally ranked Marian...After just one season on the mound, she is 3rd alltime in career strikeouts, needing just 100 more for the career record (she recorded her 100th career K in her 104th inning of action in the 7th inning of her save at Marian on 4/29)...Picked up a hit, a walk and 2 runs scored in 9 at-bats...Named to the Athletic Director's Honor Roll in each of her first 3 semesters. Prep Notes: A 4-year starter at Ridgewood HS for Coach Kirby Shivers...3 year team MVP award recipient...In 2010, named East Dirt Player of the Year, and also named first team all-state, all-district, all-conference...In 2009, named second team all-state, first team all-district, first team all-conference...In 2008, named first team all-district, second team all-conferene...In 2007, named second team all-conference...Set school records for career wins (47), games pitched (93), single-season ERA (0.45), singleseason strikeouts (294), and career strikeouts (717)...Played club ball for the Ohio Extreme. Personal: Daughter of Keith and Malenda Kolmerten...Born February 29, 1992...Business Management major. BLUE KNIGHT SOFTBALL

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HEATHER

MARTIN

JUNIOR Z5-8 Z1B/C ZR/R ZLONDON, OHIO/MADISON PLAINS HS

Heather Martin's Career Stats Year 2011 2012 Totals

Avg. .293 .212 .243

GP-GS 24-7 35-21 59-28

AB 41 66 107

R 1 2 3

H 12 14 26

2B 1 1 2

3B 1 0 1

HR 0 0 0

RBI 2 9 11

SLG% .366 .227 .280

BB 1 8 9

HBP 0 0 0

OB% .310 .293 .299

SAC 0 2 2

SB-ATT 1-1 0-0 1-1

PO 8 93 101

A 0 4 4

E 0 3 3

FLD% 1.000 .970 .972

Blue Knight Notes: 2012 - Appeared in 35 of 50 games in her 2nd season for Martin’s Career Highs Urbana...Batted .212 on the season... Posted an on-base percentage of .293...Fielding Hits: percentage of .970 with 93 putouts at 1st base...Went 2 for 2 with a walk, an RBI, 3 vs. MVNU (4/21/11) and a run in one of her best games of the season April 15 against Rio Grande. Doubles: 2011 - Appeared in 24 games, making 7 starts (6 at DP, 1 at 1B) as a true 1, twice, last at Findlay (3/13/12) freshman...Hit .300 (6 for 20) as the starting DP...Team's leading Runs: pinch hitter, connecting on 5 of 14 attempts (.357), rest of team 1, thrice, last vs. Rio Grande (4/15/12) was 1 for 13 (.077) on pinch hit attempts...Made a team-high 17 RBIs: appearances as a sub...Errorless in 8 chances at 1B...First career 2 at. St. Joseph’s (4/13/12) Walks: base hit was a triple on 3/10 on Spring Break vs. nationally 1, nine times, last at Ohio U.-Chillicothe ranked West Virginia Wesleyan...Collected a career-high 3 hits (4/25/12) in a start at MVNU on 4/21 (3 for 4, 1st career 2B, run)...Stole Putouts: 1st career base in the season finale vs. Wittenberg. Prep Notes: 12 vs. Notre Dame (4/21/12) 4-year varsity letterwinner for Coach Kevin Stockham at Madison Assists: Plains HS...All District Honorable Mention...Team won the SCOL 3 2 vs. Shawnee St. (4/20/12) out of her 4 seasons...Earned 2nd Team All-SCOL and 1st Team All-Madison County Dream Team...Named Academic Scholar Athlete...Hit .479 with 4 HRs and 31 RBIs in a season...Played travel ball for the Heart of Ohio Heartbreakers for Coach Ralph Miller, hitting .305 with 4 HRs and a .983 fielding percentage in 2009...Also lettered in tennis and volleyball. Personal: Daughter of Jeff & Becky Martin with 3 siblings...Born November 11, 1991...Psychology major.

#20 LAUREN ANDERSON JUNIOR Z5-7 ZP ZR/R ZNEWARK, OHIO/NEWARK HS

Lauren Anderson's Career Pitching Stats Year 2011 2012 Totals

ERA 7.38 2.94 3.69

W-L 1-2 12-13 13-15

App 17 30 47

GS 4 23 27

CG 0 13 13

SHO 0 2 2

SV 0 1 1

IP 30.1 150.0 180.1

H 58 173 231

Blue Knight Notes: 2012 - Appeared in 30 of 50 games on the mound for the Blue Knights...ERA of 2.94...Pitched a team-high 150 innings...Struck out a total of 103 opponents with 27 of them looking...Named Second Team All-ICAA...Named Honorable Mention AllOIC...Began her second season by earning her first career Blue Knight Student-Athlete of the Week award for her Week 1 performance in Florida on Spring Break: URBANA, Ohio (March 9, 2012) - Urbana's offense may have stalled out of the gates, but sophomore pitcher Lauren Anderson did not suffer the same early season woes this week at the NTC Games in Clermont, Florida. The second-year fireballer established herself as an ace to watch upon the team's return to Ohio after finishing 2-2 in the opening week. Her miniscule ERA sits below 2.00 after her first 5 appearances. Anderson doubled the win total of her freshman season in just 6 days. In the team's season opener on Sunday, she went the distance, allowing just 4 hits over 7 innings without allowing an earned run. She lost her second start, but pitched another gem, allowing 4 runs and striking out 5 over 7 innings against NAIA pre-season nationally ranked Bellevue. On the final day of Spring Break, Anderson was nearly perfect. In a 3-0 complete game shutout win over Millersville, Anderson did not allow a hit until the 5th inning. She struck out 4 and walked only one, lowering her season ERA to 1.24 after the complete game, 1-hit shutout. In addition to leading the team in ERA after 10 games, Anderson also leads in innings pitched, strikeouts, complete games, shutouts, and opponents' batting average. 2011 - Made 17 appearances on the mound, including 4 starts as a freshman...Team was 3-1 in her 4 starts, including a 4-3 win over #13 Indianapolis on 4/15 (Allowed 3 hits, 2 runs, struck out 3 over 3 IP)...Earned 1st career victory in relief on 3/ 19 vs. NDC (UU won 11-10, allowed 3 hits, 0 ER over 2.2 IP)...Finished 2nd in appearances and 1st in games finished (11)...Struck out 23 in 30.1 innings, finishing 2nd in K's/7 IP (5.31)...Recorded a season-high 4 K's twice (at Trine on 3/26 and at SSU 4/17)...Allowed just 2 ERs over 4 relief appearances from 3/19-3/26 (7.1 IP). Prep Notes: 4-year varsity player at Newark High School for Coach Jamie Sheperd...Named First Team All-OCC and First Team All-Advocate...Selected to play in The Cup in 2010 where she won Defensive Player of the Tournament. Personal: Daughter of Bruce and Gail Anderson...Born July 3, 1992...Education major at Urbana University. BLUE KNIGHT SOFTBALL

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ER 32 63 95

BB 10 39 49

SO 23 103 126

B/Avg .397 .283 .305

Anderson’s Career Highs Innings Pitched: 7.1 at Malone University (4/27/12) Innings Pitched in Relief: 4.2, twice, last vs. Ashland University (3/15/12) Strikeouts: 10 at Ohio U.-Chillicothe (4/25/12) Saves: 1 vs. Mt. Vernon Nazarene (3/28/12) Putouts: 1, three time, last at Findlay (3/13/12) Assists: 4 vs. Walsh (5/4/12)


#4

KARA

ATWELL

SOPHOMORE Z5-5 Z1B/C ZL/R ZMILFORD, OHIO/MILFORD HS

Atwell’s Career Highs

Kara Atwell's Career Stats Year 2012

Avg. .234

GP-GS 33-28

AB 77

R 13

H 18

2B 3

3B 0

HR 0

RBI 9

SLG% .273

BB 8

HBP 1

OB% .310

SAC 4

SB-ATT 2-2

PO A 165 18

E 9

FLD% .953

Hits: 3 at Ursuline (4/28/12) Doubles: 2 at Ursuline (4/28/12) Runs: 2, twice, last vs. Salem (4/22/12) RBIs: 2, twice, last at. Ursuline (4/28/12) Stolen Bases: 2 vs. Wheeling Jesuit (4/4/12) Walks: 2 at Ohio U.-Chillicothe (4/25/12) Putouts: 11 at Notre Dame (5/4/12) Assists: 2, four times, last at OU-Chillicothe (4/25/12)

Blue Knight Notes: 2012 - Named to the Athletic Director's Spring and Fall Honor Roll...Appeared in 33 of 50 games...Tied for second in sacrifice bunts (4) with Amber Beeman and Megan Risner...Held an on base percentage of .310...Ended the season with a .953 fielding percentage...2nd highest number of putouts with 165. 2011: Named to the Athletic Director's Fall Honor Roll. Prep Notes: 4-year varsity starter who transferred to Milford HS from Glen Este HS before the 2009 season...A career .344 hitter, Atwell was a 2-year starting catcher for the Eagles and made just 4 errors over the last 2 seasons...Named to the All-FAVC First Team twice and named Southwest District AllMetro 2nd team in 2010...In addition to her work on the field, Atwell received All-FAVC Academic honors all 4 years of her high school career...As a junior, Atwell was named to the Southwest District Underclassman All-Star team and earned a Milford Athletics Eagle Award for hard work, dedication and discipline in the sport of softball. Personal: Kara is the daughter of Liz and Lou Atwell...Accounting major.

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AMBER

BEEMAN

SOPHOMORE Z5-4ZSS/OF ZL/R ZLAURA, OHIO/MILTON-UNION HS

Beeman’s Career Highs

Amber Beeman's Career Stats Year 2012

Avg. .176

GP-GS 39-34

AB 85

R 14

H 15

2B 1

3B 0

HR 0

RBI 5

SLG% .188

BB 5

HBP 0

OB% .222

SAC 4

SB-ATT 7-7

PO 41

A 15

E 2

FLD% .966

Blue Knight Notes: 2012 - Played in 39 of 50 games, lettering in her first season as a true freshman...Fielding a percentage of .966 with 41 putouts in the outfield...Tied for second in sacrifices bunts (4) with Kara Atwell and Megan Risner...Stole a total of 7 bases in 7 attempts. Prep Notes: 4-year varsity starter for Coach Curt Shaffer at Milton Union High School in West Milton, Ohio...Named Team MVP her senior and sophomore seasons...Earned 2nd Team All-SWBL honors as a junior and senior...Garnered 2nd Team AllMetro honors as a junior...Tabbed team's best defensive player as a sophomore...Earned Honorable Mention AllSWBL as a freshman...Played summer travel ball for the Miami County Blaze, hitting .389 with 32 stolen bases in '09...Also played varsity basketball as a sophomore and junior, garnering team MVP honors and 2nd Team AllSWBL. Personal: Daughter of Jon and Gail.

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AMANDA

TOY

Hits: 2, twice, last at OU-Chillicothe (4/25/12) Doubles: 1 vs. Findlay (3/13/12) Runs: 2, twice, last at OU-Chillicothe (4/25/12) RBIs: 2 vs. Ursuline College (5/2/12) Stolen Bases: 2 at Ursuline College (4/28/12) Walks: 1, five times, last at Ursuline (4/28/12) Putouts: 4 vs. St. Joseph’s (4/13/12) Assists: 5 vs. Ashland University (3/15/12)

SOPHOMORE Z5-4 Z1B ZR/R ZCRESTLINE, OHIO/CRESTLINE HS

Toy’s Career Highs

Amanda Toy's Career Stats Year 2012

Avg. .083

GP-GS 14-8

AB 12

R 0

H 1

2B 0

3B 0

HR 0

RBI 0

SLG% .083

BB 3

HBP 0

OB% .267

SAC 0

SB-ATT 0-0

PO 41

A 3

E 1

FLD% .978

Hits: 1 vs. Millersville (3/9/12) Walks: 1, thrice, last at OU-Chillicothe (4/25/12) Putouts: 8 vs. Millersville (3/9/12) Assists: 2 vs. Grand Valley St (3/18/12)

Blue Knight Notes: 2012 - Appeared in 14 games at first base in her first season for the Blue Knights...Fielding percentage of .978 with 41 putouts...Posted an on-base percentage of .267. Prep Notes: 4-year starter at 1B/Catcher for Coach Ron Shumate at Crestline HS...As a senior in 2011, she earned 2nd Team AllOhio, 1st Team All-Norwest District, 1st Team All-North Central Conference, 1st Team All-Mansfield News Journal, and Bucyrus Telegraph-Forum Player of the Year...As a junior in 2010, she was named 1st Team All-NCC, 1st Team All-Mansfield News Journal, and Honorable Mention All-NW District...As a sophomore in 2009, she earned 1st Team All-NCC, 2nd Team All-NW District, 1st Team All-Mansfield News Journal while playing on a Regional Championship team and D-IV State Final 4 team...As a freshman in 2008, she was named 1st Team AllNW District...For her career, she hit .405 with a .514 OBP, .570 slugging percentage with 137 hits, 30 doubles, 15 triples and 2 home runs. Personal: Daughter of Gene and Mendi Toy...Born September 30, 1992...Exercise Science major. BLUE KNIGHT SOFTBALL

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TAYLOR

DRAKE

FRESHMAN Z5-4Z2B/SS ZR/R ZBELLEFONTAINE, OHIO/INDIAN LAKE HS

Prep Notes: 2-year starter in the middle infield at Indian Lake High School for Coach Travis Franks...Also plays travel ball for the Ohio Stingrays 18U squad, where she hit .525 with 11 home runs in 2011, earning a selection to play in the 2011 Queens of the Diamond Showcase. Personal: Daughter of Gary and Dee Watson...Undecided on a major...Born May 24, 1994. Why Taylor Chose UU? “I really liked the coaching staff and the softball team. They have a drive to win, and so do I.”

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CORTNEY

MOORE

FRESHMAN Z5-2ZP/UTILITY ZR/R ZSPRINGFIELD, OHIO/NORTHEASTERN HS

Blue Knight Notes: 2012 - Named to Athletic Director's Fall Honor Roll. Prep Notes: Earned First Team All-OHC honors as a pitcher for Northeastern High School... As a junior, she batted .328 with 6 home runs, earning All-Metro and All-District honors...Led the Jets to an appearance in the District Championship...Fired a no-hitter with 9 strikeouts for the Jets in an OHC win over Springfield Catholic Central. Personal: Daughter of Paul and Julie Moore...Early Childhood and Special Education major at Urbana University...Born January 9, 1994.

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ASHLEY

BUTTS

FRESHMAN Z5-4ZSS/OF ZR/R ZLONDON, OHIO/MADISON PLAINS HS

Prep Notes: Played at Madison Plains High School for Coach Kevin Stockham...Named 1st Team All-Madison County and 2nd Team All-Central District twice..Also earned 1st Team All-SCOL honors...Set the school record for stolen bases. Personal: Daughter of Mark Butts and Charlene Rein...Athletic Training major...Born September 16, 1994. Why Ashley Chose UU? "I picked Urbana University because I like the Athletic Training and softball programs."

#15 KATELYN EDWARDS FRESHMAN Z5-5Z1B/3B ZL/R ZASHLAND, OHIO/NORTHWESTERN HS

Blue Knight Notes: 2012 - Named to Athletic Director's Fall Honor Roll. Prep Notes: Corner infielder from Northwestern High School in central Ohio where she played for Coach Scott Hershey...3-time offensive MVP entered her senior season with two First Team All-WCAL selections and two All-District nods...As a junior, the left-handed hitting Edwards tied the state record for most home runs in a game when she clubbed three against Smithville. Personal: Daughter of Gary and Chris Edwards...Accounting major at Urbana...Born April 30, 1994. Why Katelyn Chose UU? “In my college search, I wanted to find a home away from home, and Urbana was that place for me. Every college I visited after Urbana was never comparable to the comfort I felt at UU."

#19 MORGAN HAER

FRESHMAN Z5-6ZP/UTILITY ZR/R ZTIPP CITY, OHIO/VANDALIA-BUTLER HS

Prep Notes: First Team All-Conference performer at Vandalia-Butler High School for Coach Cortney Bastian...Has experience playing third base, shortstop, pitcher and catcher...As a sophomore, Haer led the team in batting average, hitting .447 and slugging .539 for the GWOC North Division Champs...Also earned 2nd Team All-Southwest Ohio Metro in 2010 and named team's Offensive Player of the Year...MVP player at the Queen of Diamonds South College Showcase in South Carolina @ Winthrop University in September 2010.

#21 SIERRA CRONKLETON FRESHMAN Z5-7ZC/3B ZR/R ZEAST LIBERTY, OHIO/BENJAMIN LOGAN HS

Prep Notes: Cronkleton comes to Urbana University from Benjamin Logan High School where she played for Coach John Stahl...4-time All-Area selection hit a blistering .574 as a senior with 18 doubles, 3 triples, 3 home runs and 40 RBIs for a Raider squad that won the Central Buckeye Conference Mad River division championship...Broke her own school record for batting average, doubles, RBIs and hits (58)...Set new school career records for doubles (46), RBIs (114), and hits (180)....Senior captain earned 1st Team All-Ohio, CBC Player of the Year honors, as well as 1st Team All-CBC for the third straight season....As a junior, Cronkleton hit .543, breaking a school record while leading the team in home runs, on-base percentage and slugging percentage for the second consecutive season...Earned Second Team AllOhio honors...Earned an All-Metro Award as a sophomore...In addition to her 4 varsity letters in softball, Cronkleton also lettered twice in track in field. Personal: Daughter of Doug and Kelly Cronkleton...Will study Athletic Training at Urbana...Born January 28, 1994. Why Sierra Chose UU? “I chose Urbana University because I like the smaller school atmosphere. I really like the coaches, and I also like the academics offered.” BLUE KNIGHT SOFTBALL

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ABOUT URBANA UNIVERSITY As an independent liberal arts institution, Urbana University’s strength lies in its quality faculty, students, and curriculum supported by strong student services. Urbana University prepares students for a lifetime of leadership and service to society through excellent classroom instruction, real world experiences, community partnerships, and technology. It is the mission of Urbana University to offer a liberal arts education in a small college environment emphasizing student learning through individual attention, excellence in instruction, career-oriented programs, and critical reflection on moral and ethical values.

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2012 BLUE KNIGHT SOFTBALL SEASON STATISTICS Overall Statistics for Urbana University (as of May 04, 2012) Record: 24-26 Home: 11-10 Away: 7-10 Neutral: 6-6 OIC: 5-5 Player

AVG

GP-GS

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR RBI

TB

SLG%

BB HBP

SO GDP

12 Ashley Skinner... 6 Heather Hakola... 15 Megan Risner..... 1 Brooke Shultz.... 4 Chelsea Riley.... -------------9 Jesse Nenninger.. 3 Alisha Crosier... 14 Bridgette Barney. 11 Kara Atwell...... 21 Heather Martin... 2 Carly Ivan....... 5 Amber Beeman..... 10 Alyssa Maag...... 18 Ashley Jones..... 20 Lauren Anderson.. 8 Amanda Toy....... 19 Gina Palmer...... 7 Chelsey Adamson.. 13 Haley Kolmerten.. 16 Chelsea Mead.....

.387 .331 .325 .307 .294

44-43 46-46 50-50 41-40 38-33

124 127 157 127 119

24 27 35 30 23

48 42 51 39 35

8 10 13 6 0

3 1 3 2 0

4 5 6 0 0

.333 .284 .243 .234 .212 .184 .176 .160 .125 .115 .083 .000 .000 .000 .000

16-0 42-38 45-37 33-28 35-21 34-27 39-34 33-26 16-10 31-27 14-8 6-4 11-1 26-18 14-8

3 95 103 77 66 76 85 75 16 26 12 11 2 0 0

5 10 13 13 2 6 14 5 4 1 0 0 0 0 0

1 27 25 18 14 14 15 12 2 3 1 0 0 0 0

0 4 8 3 1 1 1 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Totals.............. Opponents...........

.267 .292

50-50 50-50

1301 212 347 1337 233 390

60 71

9 15

42 32 39 10 7

74 69 88 49 35

.597 .543 .561 .386 .294

12 18 11 8 8

2 5 2 5 0

17 17 19 24 21

1 5 16 9 9 8 5 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 31 33 21 15 15 16 20 2 3 1 0 0 0 0

.333 .326 .320 .273 .227 .197 .188 .267 .125 .115 .083 .000 .000 .000 .000

0 4 13 8 8 10 5 7 3 2 3 1 0 0 0

0 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

16 192 22 198

473 557

.364 121 .417 105

OB%

SF

SH

SB-ATT

PO

A

E

FLD%

0 0 0 0 0

.437 .428 .374 .371 .339

4 2 1 0 0

1 1 4 7 2

9-9 7-8 9-10 5-6 3-5

82 97 185 98 3

53 84 57 65 1

13 12 9 10 2

.912 .938 .964 .942 .667

0 20 27 11 12 24 19 25 6 8 5 7 1 0 0

0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

.333 .320 .339 .310 .293 .276 .222 .229 .300 .179 .267 .083 .000 .000 .000

0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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

1-1 3-4 2-2 2-2 0-0 1-4 7-7 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

0 48 36 165 93 39 41 26 8 3 41 0 1 3 1

0 3 1 18 4 1 15 13 15 27 3 0 2 13 14

19 263 25 227

3 9

.335 .353

11 7

37 30

50-59 55-76

970 389 973 412

0 .000 2 .962 2 .949 9 .953 3 .970 0 1.000 2 .966 2 .951 2 .920 0 1.000 1 .978 1 .000 0 1.000 4 .800 2 .882 76 72

.947 .951

(All games Sorted by Earned run avg) Player

ERA

W-L

APP

GS

CG SHO/CBO SV

20 Lauren Anderson.. 13 Haley Kolmerten.. -------------7 Chelsey Adamson.. 16 Chelsea Mead.....

2.94 2.99

12-13 11-6

30 26

23 18

13 10

4.20 6.44

0-0 1-7

9 14

1 8

Totals.............. Opponents...........

3.53 3.86

24-26 26-24

50 50

50 50

IP

H

R

ER

BB

SO

2B

3B

HR

2/1 2/1

1 150.0 173 2 107.2 110

95 60

63 46

39 103 35 105

26 20

6 6

10 6

611 425

.283 .259

8 8

10 6

0 0

2 2

16 8

0 2

0/0 0/0

1 0

16 62

12 42

5 26

2 17

7 18

0 3

1 5

90 211

.367 .351

3 9

6 3

0 1

3 0

1 5

25 34

5/1 10/3

4 323.1 390 233 163 105 227 1 324.1 347 212 179 121 263

71 60

15 9

22 1337 16 1301

.292 .267

28 32

25 19

1 0

7 11

30 37

20.0 45.2

33 74

(All games Sorted by Fielding pct) Player

PO

A

E

FLD%

DPs

40 30 3 45 100 58 251 53 192 41 39 173 193 25 148 17 20 6 1 0

39 3 1 41 93 41 185 48 165 26 36 98 97 8 82 1 3 3 0 0

1 27 2 3 4 15 57 3 18 13 1 65 84 15 53 14 13 1 0 0

0 0 0 1 3 2 9 2 9 2 2 10 12 2 13 2 4 2 1 0

1.000 1.000 1.000 .978 .970 .966 .964 .962 .953 .951 .949 .942 .938 .920 .912 .882 .800 .667 .000 .000

0 2 0 2 4 1 1 1 6 1 0 7 10 1 2 0 1 0 0 0

0 24 2 0 0 0 47 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 7 9 20 0 0 0

Totals.............. 1435 970 389 Opponents........... 1457 973 412 Hitting minimums - 2.5 TPA/Game Pitching minimums - 1.0 IP/Game

76 72

.947 .951

18 6

55 50

Carly Ivan....... Lauren Anderson.. Chelsey Adamson.. Amanda Toy....... Heather Martin... Amber Beeman..... Megan Risner..... Alisha Crosier... Kara Atwell...... Alyssa Maag...... Bridgette Barney. Brooke Shultz.... Heather Hakola... Ashley Jones..... Ashley Skinner... Chelsea Mead..... Haley Kolmerten.. Chelsea Riley.... Gina Palmer...... Jesse Nenninger..

WP HBP

BK

SFA SHA

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C

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

AB B/Avg

SBA CSB

SBA%

PB

CI

0 10 1 0 0 0 15 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 7 0 0 0

--.706 .667 ------.758 --.500 ----------.700 .750 .741 -------

0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 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

21 9

.724 .847

7 12

0 1

2012 BLUE KNIGHT SOFTBALL ACADEMIC HONORS 2012 Athletic Director’s Fall Honor Roll (Minimum GPA of 3.25 or higher; Team GPA in the Fall was 3.04) Kara Atwell 3.33 Katelyn Edwards 3.80 Heather Hakola 3.40 Carly Ivan 4.00 Haley Kolmerten 4.00 Cortney Moore 3.40 Brooke Shultz 3.352 BLUE KNIGHT SOFTBALL

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2011-12 Female Blue Knight of the Year Megan Risner, SR, C, Urbana, Ohio 2011-12 Female Academic Achievement Award Chelsea Riley, SR, OF, Newark, Ohio 2012 NCAA Division II All-Independent First Team Ashley Skinner, SO, INF, Beavercreek, Ohio 2012 NCAA Division II All-Independent Second Team Megan Risner, SR, C, Urbana, Ohio Haley Jo Kolmerten, SO, P, West Lafayette, Ohio Lauren Anderson, SO, P, Newark, Ohio 2012 NCAA D-II All-Ohio Independent First Team Ashley Skinner, SO, Utility, Beavercreek, Ohio Bridgette Barney, JR, RF, Medway, Ohio 2012 NCAA D-II Ohio Independent Honorable Mention Megan Risner, SR, C, Urbana, Ohio Brooke Shultz, JR, 2B, Lima, Ohio Heather Hakola, JR, SS, Marysville, Ohio Lauren Anderson, SO, P, Newark, Ohio Blue Knight Student-Athletes of the Week 3/9/12: Lauren Anderson, SO, Newark, Ohio 2-2 Record, 1.24 ERA, and a near no-hitter 3/30/12: Megan Risner, SR, Urbana, Ohio GW hit, run or RBI in 3 gms; 8-for-11 in final ABs of week 4/6/12: Heather Hakola, JR, Marysville, Ohio 7-gm. hit streak; 10-for-20, 3 2B, 1 3B, 2 HR, 1.050 SLG% 4/20/12: Ashley Skinner, SO, Beavercreek, Ohio 4-for-12, 6 RBIs, 2 Runs, 2 SBs; Had a hit in 13 of 14 games 5/10/12: Bridgette Barney, JR, Medway, Ohio GW RBIs in OIC Championship; 16 hits over final 15 games

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SINGLE SEASON TEAM RECORDS

15 - Brooke Shultz 2009-Current Highest OB% (min. 200 AB) Most sacrifice bunts Most caught stealing by .568 - Katie Mallet 2004-07 46 - Brittany Huenen 2007-10 Team Hitting Records 39 - Megan Risner 2010-Current .420 - Bobbi Jones 2004-06 28 - Molly Morris 2004-06 Highest batting average 22 - Marissa Rosenberger 2004-06 .412 - Jackie Masur 2005-08 Most stolen bases .313 (335/1072) - 1997 Highest SB% (min. 30 att.) 44 - Erica Schroeder 2008-09 12 - Linsey Manning 2007-09 Highest slugging percentage .906 - Katie Mallet 2004-07 39 - Katie Mallet 2004-07 INDIVIDUAL SEASON RECORDS .424 (454/1072) - 1997 .880 - Erica Schroeder 2008-09 33 - Brittany Heunen 2007-10 Highest SB percentage Single Season Hitting Records .846 - Brittany Heunen 2007-10 Career Pitching Records 1.000 (23-23) - 2005 Highest batting average (min 50 AB) Most games played Lowest ERA (min 150 IP) Most games played .454 - Mandy Van Dyke 1987 163 - Brittany Heunen 2007-10 2.25 - Jessica Millis (152.1) 2005 50 - 2012 .430 - Jen Hess (49-114) 1997 154 - Jackie Masur 2005-08 2.46 - Haley Kolmerten (216.0) 2011-current Most runs scored .429 - Jackie Masur (45-105) 2008 146 - Tami Lasley 2008-11 3.00 - Andrea Chaney (217.1) 2006-07 246 - 2001 (6.47 per game) .427 - Wendy Nance (41-96) 1998 143 - Katie Mallet 2004-07 3.60 - Katie Cramer (406.0) 2006-09 Most hits .421 - Jackie Masur (64-152) 2007 143 - Katie Cramer 2006-09 3.60 - Tami Lasley (368.0) 2008-11 386 - 2007 (8.21 per game) Highest slugging percentage Most games started Fewest walks allowed/7 inn game Most doubles .854 - Wendy Nance 1998 162 -Brittany Heunen 2007-10 1.06 - Andrea Chaney (217.1 IP) 2006-07 69 - 2007 .764 - Mandy Van Dyke 1987 153 - Jackie Masur 2005-08 Most wins Most triples .698 - Katie Mallet 2005 143 - Katie Mallet 2004-07 27 - Katie Cramer 2006-09 14 - 2007 & 2009 .683 - Bobbi Jones 2005 139 - Tami Lasley 2008-11 24 - Jen Hess 1997-98 Most home runs .667 - Danielle Finley 2008 136 - Katie Cramer 2006-09 22 - Tami Lasley 2008-11 19 - 2007 Highest OB% Most at bats Most saves Most RBIs .474 - Jackie Masur 2008 489 - Brittany Heunen 2007-10 4 - Haley Kolmerten 2011-current 209 - 2007 .465 - Staci Hays 1997 482 - Katie Mallet 2004-07 4 - Casey Cannon 2003-04 Most total bases .464 - Jackie Masur 2007 477 - Jackie Masur 2005-08 3 - Katie Cramer 2006-09 540 - 2007 .463 - Wendy Nance 1998 432 - Megan Risner 2010-12 3 - Jessie Swinderman 2008-10 Most walks .447 - Katie Mallett 2005 425 - Tami Lasley 2008-11 Most appearances 121 - 2012 Highest SB% (Min. 8 att.) Most runs scored 83 - Katie Cramer 2006-09 Most stolen bases 1.000 - Tiffany Trainer (10-10) 2003 133 - Katie Mallet 2004-07 69 - Tami Lasley 2008-11 73 - 2009 1.000 - Ashley Skinner (9-9) 2012 109 - Brittany Heunen 2007-10 Most games started 1.000 - Tiffany Trainer (8-8) 2004 92 - Megan Risner 2010-12 Team Pitching Records 67 - Katie Cramer 2006-09 1.000 - Katie Mallet (8-8) 2006 Most hits Lowest earned run average 54 - Tami Lasley 2008-11 1.000 - Mindy Roby (8-8) 2005 176 Jackie Masur 2005-08 2.95 - 2005 Most complete games Most games played 173 - Katie Mallet 2004-07 Most complete games 35 - Katie Cramer 2006-09 50 - Megan Risner 2012 151 - Megan Risner 2010-12 29 - 2007 35 - Tami Lasley 2008-11 47 - Katie Mallet 2007 Most doubles Most shutouts Most shutouts 47 - Jackie Masur 2007 37 Megan Risner 2010-12 5 - 2005 & 2012 4 - Andrea Chaney 2006-07 47 - Brittany Heunen 2007 35 - Jackie Masur 2005-08 Fewest hits allowed 4 - Jessica Millis 2005 47 - Jessica Tuttle 2007 33 - Katie Mallet 2004-07 250 - 1997 4 - Katie Cramer 2006-09 Most games started Most triples Fewest runs allowed Innings pitched 50 - Megan Risner 2012 17 - Katie Mallet 2004-07 134 - 2003 406.0 - Katie Cramer 2006-09 47 - Katie Mallet 2007 Most home runs Fewest home runs allowed 368.0 - Tami Lasley 2008-11 47 - Jackie Masur 2007 16 Linsey Manning 2007-09 5 -1997 217.1 - Andrea Chaney 2006-07 47 - Brittany Heunen 2007 15 - Bobbi Jones 2004-06 Most strikeouts Team Fielding Records 47 - Jessica Tuttle 2007 15 - Megan Risner 2010-12 211 - Haley Kolmerten 2011-current Highest fielding percentage Most at bats 12 - Tieana Steele 2009-11 206 - Tami Lasley 2008-11 .963 (774-418-46)- 2006 162 - Erica Schroeder 2009 10 - Wendy Nance 1997-98 150 - Katie Cramer 2006-09 Lowest SB against % 161 - Katie Mallet 2007 10 - Katie Mallet 2004-07 .650 (26-40) - 2005 Career Fielding Records 157 - Megan Risner 2012 10 - Marissa Rosenberger 2004-06 Fewest errors Highest fielding% (min. 250 total chances) 152 - Jackie Masur 2007 Most runs batted in 46 - 2006 .981 - Molly Morris 2005-06 149 - Brittany Heunen 2007 122 - Jackie Masur 2005-08 Double Plays Turned .979 - Kayla Nenninger 2008-11 Most runs scored 94 - Megan Risner 2010-12 18 - 2012 .966 - Maria Hendricks 2008-11 50 - Katie Mallet 2007 90 - Linsey Manning 2007-09 Most chances 40 - Erica Schroeder 2009 69 - Brittany Heunen 2007-10 INDIVIDUAL CAREER RECORDS 702 - Megan Risner 2010-12 38 - Staci Hays 1997 68 - Tieana Steele 2009-11 Career Hitting Records 701 - Katie Mallet 2004-07 36 - Katie Mallet 2005 Most total bases Highest batting average (min. 200 AB) 664 - Jackie Masur 2005-08 35 - Megan Risner 2012 274 - Katie Mallet 2004-07 .369 - Jackie Masur (176-477) 2005-08 Most putouts Most hits 245 - Megan Risner 2010-12 .359 - Katie Mallet (173-482) 2004-07 562 - Kayla Nenninger 2008-11 64 - Jackie Masur 2007 229 - Jackie Masur 2005-08 .355 - Erica Schroeder (99-279) 2008-09 537 - Megan Risner 2010-12 61 - Katie Mallet 2007 183 - Brittany Heunen 2007-10 .350 - Megan Risner (151-432) 2010-12 465 - Maria Hendricks 2008-11 59 - Erica Schroeder 2009 172 - Tami Lasley 2008-11 Highest slugging % (min. 200 AB) Most assists 51 - Megan Risner 2011 Most walks .600 - Katie Mallet (482 AB) 2004-07 454 - Jackie Masur 2005-08 51 - Megan Risner 2012 51 - Brittany Heunen 2007-10 .599 - Bobbi Jones (207 AB) 2004-06 398 - Katie Mallet 2004-07 Most doubles 44 - Heather Hakola 2010-current .567 - Megan Risner (432 AB) 2010-12 Most double plays 15 - Jackie Masur 2007 43 - Katie Mallet 2004-07 .480 - Jackie Masur (477 AB) 2005-08 20 - Heather Hakola 2010-current 13 - Megan (Anderson) Risner 2010 37 - Bridgette Barney 2010-current BLUE KNIGHT SOFTBALL 2O13 MEDIA GUIDE 30 .444 - Heather Hakola (356 AB) 2010-current 18 - Kayla Nenninger 2008-11 13 - Megan Risner 2012 36 - Tami Lasley 2008-11


URBANA UNIVERSITY SOFTBALL RECORD BOOK

All-AMC 2nd Team: Tiffany Trainer Most chances Most strikeouts/7 inn game All-AMC 2nd Team: Abbra Massey 370 - Andrea Wolfe 1997 6.85 - Haley Kolmerten (108.1 IP) 2011 All-AMC Honorable Mention: Lisa Gustine, Tammy Trainer 263 - Kayla Nenninger 2011 6.83 - Haley Kolmerten (107.2 IP) 2012 All-AMC Scholar Athletes: Rachel Underwood, Jana Miller, Audrey Shade 259 - Ashley Siembieda 2007 4.81 - Lauren Anderson (150 IP) 2012 2004: 7-17, 3-11 AMC (7th South Division) Most putouts 4.35 - Tami Lasley (144.2 IP) 2010 All-AMC South 1st Team: Marissa Rosenberger 353 - Andrea Wolfe 1997 4.23 - Jessica Millis (152.1 IP) 2005 All-AMC South 1st Team: Bobbi Jones 242 - Kayla Nenninger 2011 Most wins All-AMC Honorable Mention: Katie Mallett, Tiffany Trainer 240 - Ashley Siembieda 2007 13 - Jen Hess 1997 All-AMC South Freshmen Team: Katie Mallett Most assists 13 - Jan Finney 2002 All-AMC Scholar Athletes: Audrey Shade 138 - Jackie Masur 2007 12 - Lauren Anderson 2012 2005: 13-22, 5-9 AMC (6th South Division) 127 - Jackie Masur 2006 11 - Haley Kolmerten 2012 All-AMC Honorable Mention: Jackie Masur, Katie Mallett, Bobbi Jones, 124 - Katie Mallett 2006 11 - Jen Hess 1998 Jessica Millis, Marissa Rosenberger Most double plays turned 11 - Jessica Millis 2005 All-AMC South Freshmen Team: Jackie Masur 10 - Heather Hakola 2012 Most saves All-AMC Scholar Athletes: Mindy Roby 9 - Katie Mallet 2005 2 - Haley Kolmerten 2012 2006: 16-22, 2-12 AMC (8th South Division) 9 - Kayla Nenninger 2011 2 - Haley Kolmerten 2011 All-AMC South 2nd Team: Bobbi Jones 8 - Brooke Shultz 2010 2 - Katie Cramer 2007 All-AMC Honorable Mention: Jackie Masur, Katie Cramer, Katie Mallett, 7 - Brooke Shultz 2012 2 - Susan Eberts 2005 Andrea Chaney 7 - Jackie Masur 2005 2 - Casey Cannon 2004 AMC Player of the Week: Jackie Masur 7 - Heather Hakola 2011 2 - Casey Cannon 2003 2007: 23-24, 10-4 AMC (1st South Division) 7 - Tami Lasley 2011 Most appearances All-AMC South 1st Team: Katie Mallett Most caught stealing by 30 - Lauren Anderson 2012 All-AMC South 2nd Team: Jackie Masur 15 - Megan Risner 2012 26 - Haley Kolmerten 2012 All-AMC South 2nd Team: Linsey Manning 14 - Marissa Rosenberger 2005 26 - Tami Lasley 2010 All-AMC South 2nd Team: Andrea Chaney 13 - Megan (Anderson) Risner 2010 26 - Jessica Millis 2005 All-AMC Honorable Mention: Erin Dowdell, Katie Cramer 11 - Megan Risner 2011 24 - Andrea Chaney 2007 All-AMC South Freshmen Team: Linsey Manning All-AMC South Coach of the Year: Nicole Pluger 7 - Linsey Manning 2007 24 - Katie Cramer 2006 All-AMC South Player of the Week: Jackie Masur 24 - Katie Cramer 2009 Active Players in Bold All-NAIA Region IX Coach of the Year: Nicole Pluger Most games started Season Records/Awards All-NAIA Region IX Shortstop: Katie Mallett 23 - Lauren Anderson 2012 1996: Unknown Record 2008: 18-19, 9-11 AMC (4th South Division) 22 - Katie Cramer 2006 NAIA 2nd Team All-American: Wendy Nance All-AMC South 1st Team: Danielle Finley 21 - Jessica Millis 2005 M.O.C. 1st Team: Wendy Nance All-AMC South 2nd Team: Jackie Masur 21 - Katie Cramer 2009 M.O.C. Hon. Mention: Jen Hess All-AMC South 2nd Team: Brittany Huenen 21 - Jessie Swinderman 2010 M.O.C. Scholar-Athlete: Jen Hess All-AMC Honorable Mention: Erin Dowdell, Linsey Manning, Erica Most complete games 1997: 27-13, 11-11 M.O.C. Schroeder 18 - Jessica Millis 2005 M.O.C. 2nd Team: Wendy Nance All-AMC South Freshmen Team: Danielle Finley 17 - Tami Lasley 2010 M.O.C. Hon. Mention: Jen Hess All-AMC Scholar Athletes: Jackie Masur and Jessica Tuttle 16 - Jen Hess 1997 M.O.C. Scholar-Athlete: Jen Hess ESPN the Magazine Academic All-America速 Team: Jackie Masur 14 - Katie Cramer 2006 NAIA Academic All-American: Jen Hess AMC Player of the Week: Jackie Masur 13 - Lauren Anderson 2012 NAIA Great Lakes Region Player of the Week: Jen Hess 2009: 21-24 (NCAA D-II Independent) Most shutouts 1998: 22-11, 18-11 AMC (3rd) All-ICAA 1st Team: Erica Schroeder 4 - Jessica Millis 2005 All-AMC 1st Team: Jen Hess All-ICAA 2nd Team: Linsey Manning 2 - Haley Kolmerten 2012 All-AMC 2nd Team: Wendy Nance 2010: 15-29 (NCAA D-II Independent) 2 - Lauren Anderson 2012 All-AMC 2nd Team: Angie Lycans 2011: 15-25-1 (NCAA D-II Independent) Innings pitched All-AMC Hon. Mention: 2011 All-Independent Player of the Year: Megan Risner Traci Rose, Carrie Sigler, Missy Mitchell 152.1 - Jessica Millis 2005 All-Independent 1st Team: Megan Risner NAIA Great Lakes Region Player of the Week: Jen Hess All-Independent 1st Team: Heather Hakola 150.0 - Lauren Anderson 2012 1999: 22-19, 14-8 AMC (4th) 144.2 - Tami Lasley 2010 All-Independent 1st Team: Tami Lasley AMC Player of the Week: Missy Mitchell 123.0 - Katie Cramer 2009 All-Independent 1st Team: Bridgette Barney AMC Player of the Week: Kiya Starr 123.0 - Tami Lasley 2009 All-Independent 1st Team: Haley Jo Kolmerten 2000: 13-20-1, 8-16 AMC (11th) Most strikeouts 2012: 24-26 (5-5, OIC) D-II Ohio Independent Champions 2001: 25-13, 16-8 AMC (5th) 106 - Haley Kolmerten 2011 OIC 1st Team: Ashley Skinner, Utility All-AMC 1st Team: Sarah Ivory OIC 1st Team: Bridgette Barney, Right Field 105 - Haley Kolmerten 2012 All-AMC 1st Team: Tammy Trainer OIC Honorable Mention: Megan Risner, Catcher 103 - Lauren Anderson 2012 All-AMC 1st Team: Tiffany Trainer OIC Honorable Mention: Heather Hakola, Shortstop 92 - Jessica Millis 2005 All-AMC 2nd Team: Missy Mitchell OIC Honorable Mention: Brooke Shultz, 2nd Base 90 Tami Lasley 2010 Single Season Pitching Records All-AMC Hon. Mention: Jan Finney OIC Honorable Mention: Lauren Anderson, Pitcher Single Season Fielding Records All-AMC Freshman of the Year: Tiffany Trainer Lowest ERA (min 80 IP) All-ICAA 1st Team: Ashley Skinner, INF Highest fielding% (min. 50 total chances)All-AMC Scholar Athletes: Sarah Ivory, Jan Finney 1.64 - Jen Hess (119 IP) 1997 All-ICAA 2nd Team: Megan Risner, Catcher .994 - Kayla Nenninger 2010 1.94 - Haley Kolmerten (108.1 IP) 2011 AMC Player of the Week: Tiffany Trainer All-ICAA 2nd Team: Lauren Anderson, Pitcher .992 - Maria Hendricks 2008 2002: 21-21, 18-10 AMC (5th) 2.08 - Jan Finney (145 IP) 2002 All-ICAA 2nd Team: Haley Kolmerten, Pitcher .988 - Marissa Rosenberger 2006 All-AMC 2nd Team: Jan Finney 2.18 - Danielle Finley (83.1 IP) 2008 .987 - Maria Hendricks 2009 All-AMC Honorable Mention: Sarah Ivory, Tiffany Trainer, 2.25 - Jessica Millis (152.1 IP) 2005 Tammy Trainer .985 - Kayla Nenninger 2011 2.33 - Tami Lasley (123 IP) 2009 AMC Player of the Week: Jan Finney .985 - Linsey Manning 2007 Fewest walks allowed/7 inn game 2003: 8-19, 3-13 South Division) .985 - KNIGHT Wendy Nance 1997 BLUE SOFTBALL MEDIA GUIDE 0.76 - Andrea Chaney (110.1 IP) 2007 31 AMC (5th2O13 12 - Heather Hakola 2011 12 - Linsey Manning 2009 Most triples 8 - Wendy Nance 1998 6 - Katie Mallet 2006 5 - Katie Mallet 2005 4 - Erica Schroeder 2009 4 - Jessica Tuttle 2009 Most home runs 9 - Linsey Manning 2009 6 - Megan Risner 2012 6 - Megan Risner 2011 6 - Tieana Steele 2011 6 - Bobbi Jones 2005 6 - Danielle Finley 2008 6 - Wendy Nance 1998 Most runs batted in 57 - Jackie Masur 2007 44 - Linsey Manning 2009 42 - Ashley Skinner 2012 41 - Wendy Nance 1998 39 - Megan Risner 2012 Most total bases 91 - Jackie Masur 2007 88 - Megan Risner 2012 86 - Megan Risner 2011 84 - Katie Mallet 2007 82 - Wendy Nance 1998 Most walks 19 - Brittany Heunen 2008 18 - Bobbi Jones 2006 18 - Bridgette Barney 2011 18 - Heather Hakola 2012 17 - Katie Mallet 2005 Most times hit by pitch 5 - H. McAlexander 1997 5 - Heather Hakola 2012 5 - Brooke Shultz 2012 Most sacrifice flies 4 - Ashley Skinner 2012 4 - Bobbi Jones 2004 Most sacrifice bunts 17 - Molly Morris 2005 13 - Brittany Heunen 2007 13 - Brittany Heunen 2009 10 - Molly Morris 2006 10 - Brittany Heunen 2008 10 - Brittany Heunen 2010 Most stolen bases 26 - Erica Schroeder 2009 18 - Erica Schroeder 2008 18 - Brittany Heunen 2009 16 - Katie Mallet 2007 12 - Megan Risner 2011 12 - Brooke Shultz 2010


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2013 Urbana University Softball Media Guide  

The complete guide to the 2013 Blue Knight softball season.

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