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THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT ARLINGTON

SENIOR REBECCA COLLOM 2010 ALL-SLC SECOND TEAM 2011 ALL-SLC PRESEASON FIRST TEAM

2011 SOFTBALL


REMODLED LOCKER ROOMS

RIGHT: A closer look of the newly renovated locker rooms. Track and field, baseball and softball all had their locker rooms renovated this year, including new lockers. BELOW: A closer look at the new wooden lockers found in each of the three locker rooms, complete with built-in locks, UTA logos and individualized name plates for the athletes.

UT Arlington made a commitment to upgrading its facilities this winter when the department of athletics and the university and its president, James D. Spaniolo, authorized renovation of the locker rooms for track and field, baseball and softball. The renovations included an overhaul of the old facilities. The locker rooms are now fully carpeted with all of the walls now repainted. The locker room also features brand new customized wooden lockers that allow each athlete to sit in their locker space. The lockers include a combination lock and a personalized name plate. The renovations fall in line with a recent study, which said the department’s top priorities should be taking care of the sports already in existence at UT Arlington.


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2011 UT ARLINGTON SOFTBALL THIS IS UT ARLINGTON SOFTBALL p. 2-5

2009-10 YEAR IN REVIEW p. 39

Media Information .............................................6 2011 Quick Facts .................................................7 2011 Schedule .....................................................8 2011 Tournaments .............................................9 2011 Opponents .............................................. 10 The Southland Conference .................... 11-12

COACHES & STAFF p. 13

2010 Overall Statistics........................................40 2010 Results ..........................................................41 2010 Team Game-by-Game .............................42 2010 Conference Statistics ...............................43 2010 Conference Standings ............................44

2011 FRESHMAN CLASS

2011 Season Preview ................................20-21 2011 Media Chart .............................................22 2011 Roster & Team Photo ............................23 Rebecca Collom ..........................................24-25 Teri Lyles ........................................................26-17 Jordan Barry .......................................................28 Courtney Enocksen..........................................29 Kelsey Kaiser.......................................................30 Kari Karr................................................................31 Erica LeFlore .......................................................32 Charne Office .....................................................33 Courtney Zink ....................................................34 Bradie Baker........................................................35 Alexis Cantu ........................................................35 Callie Collins .......................................................35 Rachel Forshaw .................................................36 Stephanie Gonzalez.........................................36 Ashley McCarroll ...............................................36 Elizabeth Perez ..................................................37 Kallan Thompson..............................................37 Taylor Zink ...........................................................37

2011 SOPHOMORE CLASS

EXPERIENCE UT ARLINGTON p. 69 This is University of Texas at Arlington ...70-112

CREDITS The 2011 UT Arlington Softball Information Guide was written, edited and designed by UT Arlington Assistant Athletics Director Kristyna Mancias. Cover design by Kristyna Mancias and Dave Seymour. Photography by Michael Clements and Patrick Green.

2011 UT Arlington Softball

Team Season Records ........................................48 Season Highs ........................................................49 Career Highs ..........................................................50 Conference Honors & Awards .........................51 All-Time Letterwinners ......................................52 All-Time Opponents ...........................................53 All-Time Results ............................................. 54-63 Year-by-Year Results .................................... 64-68

Head Coach Debbie Hedrick ................. 14-15 Assistant Coach Angela Perry ..................... 16 Assistant Coach Vince Kwasnick................. 17 Director of Operations Le-Net Franklin ... 18

2011 MAVERICKS p. 19

HISTORY & RECORDS p. 45-47

2011 JUNIOR CLASS

2011 SENIOR CLASS

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ALLAN SAXE FIELD

2011 UT Arlington Softball

THE HOME OF UT ARLINGTON SOFTBALL

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The University of Texas at Arlington Gregg Elkin

Associate A.D. for Communicatons/ Media Relations Phone: (817) 272-5706 E-mail: gelkin@uta.edu - Men’s Basketball - Golf

Luke Brietzke Asst. Sports Info. Director Phone: (817) 272-2239 Email: lbrietzke@uta.edu - Baseball - Volleyball - Track and Field

2011 UT Arlington Softball

Kristyna Mancias

Asst. Sports Info. Director Phone (817)-272-2213 E-mail kmancias@uta.edu - Women’s Basketball - Softball - Tennis - Cross Country MEDIA INFORMATION The 2011 edition of the UT Arlington Softball Information Guide has been produced to assist you with your coverage of the Mavericks. Additional information, photographs and statistics are available upon request. ALLAN SAXE PARKWAY Allan Saxe Field is located on Allan Saxe Parkway near the corner of Park Row and Fielder Road.

Parking is available at the ball park. Directions to Allan Saxe Softball Field: FROM INTERSTATE 30 (North) Exit Fielder Road South. Follow Fielder Road for several miles. The ballpark is located on the left-hand side. FROM INTERSTATE 20 (South) Exit Cooper Street North. Follow Cooper Street to Park Row. Turn left (west) on Park Row to the second stop light where the stadium is located on the right. To access the parking lot, make a right at the stop light onto Fielder Road and turn onto Allan Saxe Parkway. GAME CREDENTIALS Media credentials are available to personnel from accredited media outlets by writing to Kristyna Mancias, Assistant Sports Information Director, UTA Box 19079, Arlington, Texas 76019. Requests for media credentials may also be sent via e-mail (kmancias@uta.edu) or FAX to (817) 272-2254. For further information about media credentials, please contact the UT Arlington sports information office.

Practice sessions are generally open to the media. Media are required to contact the UT Arlington sports information office to arrange easy access to players and coaches prior to or following practice. Practice times vary. Contact the UT Arlington sports information office for practice times. PHONE INTERVIEWS The UT Arlington sports information office requests media members to arrange phone interviews at least 24 HOURS in advance. Phone interviews can be arranged by calling Kristyna Mancias, UT Arlington Assistant Sports Information Director. In maintaining UT Arlington athletics department policy, individual phone numbers of student-athletes may not be released. UT ARLINGTON SPORTS INFORMATION The UT Arlington sports information office is located in rooms 103 and 104 of the Gilstrap Athletic Center, 1309 W. Mitchell St., near the northwest corner of Maverick Stadium.

STATISTICS/SERVICES Packets, including rosters, statistics and game notes and will be available in the press box prior to the game. Final box scores will be provided to all media following each game.

INTERNET ACCESS Updated information on UT Arlington softball can be found on www.utamavs.com. This official website is refreshed daily with game stories, game notes, box scores and statistics.

POST GAME INTERVIEWS UT Arlington head coach Debbie Hedrick and selected UTA players will be made available for interviews following a 10-minute “cooling off ” period after the game

GAMETRACKER All UT Arlington softball home games during the 2011 season can be viewed play-by-play on the official athletics website www.utamavs.com.

COVERING PRACTICE

- Arlington Athletic Center was built in 1974 - Renovated in 1993 when its name was changed to Allan Saxe Field - Named after Dr. Saxe, an Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of Texas at Arlington. - The stadium capacity is 250

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The University of Texas at Arlington 2011 QUICK FACTS MAVERICKS QUICK FACTS Location Founded Enrollment Nickname School Colors Home Field President Athletics Director Assoc. AD/SWA Athletic Dept. Phone

FACILITY INFORMATION Home Field Location

Arlington, TX 76019 1895 (Senior College 1959) 32,950 Mavericks Royal Blue and White (Orange Trim) Allan Saxe Field (250) James Spaniolo Pete Carlon Debbie Garcia 817-272-2261

SOFTBALL STAFF Head Coach Alma Mater Record at School Career Record Softball Office Phone Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Director of Operations Athletic Trainer Strength and Conditioning Coach

Allan Saxe Field Southwest corner of UTA Sports Complex Located on the corner of the Fielder and Park Row Capacity 250 First Year in Allan Saxe Field 1993/Renovated Field Dimensions L, 190, C, 210, R, 190 SOFTBALL HISTORY First Year of Softball All-Time Record Regular Season Titles SLC Tournament Titles NCAA Appearances

Debbie Hedrick Louisiana Tech, 1990 328-322 (14th Season) Same 817-272-2366 Angela Perry (12th Season) Vince Kwasnick (7th Season) Le-Net Franklin (1st Season) Gina Giammanco Kathy Wagner

1973 1107-946-7 3/’89, ‘03, ‘07 1/’03 1/’03

2011 Preview 2010 Record 2010 SLC Record/Finish Starters Returning/Lost Letterman Returning/Lost Pitchers Returning/Lost Newcomers

29-25 16-12/3rd Overall 6/4 9/6 1/2 10

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Name

Pos.

Cl.-Exp. GP-GS

Avg. AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI SLG%

BB OB%

SB-Att Fld%

Rebecca Collom Teri Lyles Courtney Zink Erica LeFlore Courtney Enocksen Kelsey Kaiser

1B P 2B 3B/U SS OF

Sr.-3L So.-1L Jr.-2L Jr.-2L Jr.-2L Jr.-2L

.317 .285 .241 .235 .230 .204

29 22 13 8 10 13

53 51 35 23 23 19

6 6 2 2 4 1

0 1 1 0 0 0

9 2 0 2 1 2

30 19 12 11 11 9

23 6 8 13 2 7

1-4 1-1 6-8 0-0 1-1 6-6

54-54 54-54 54-54 54-54 54-54 53-52

167 179 145 98 100 93

.515 .363 .269 .316 .300 .280

.399 .302 .288 .330 .245 .282

.991 .983 .964 .950 .957 .886

RETURNING PITCHERS (1) #

Name

Cl.-Exp. ERA So.-1L

1.78

# 2 4 20

Name Jordan Barry Kari Karr Charne Office

Pos. OF OF OF

Cl.-Exp. Sr.-1L Jr.-2L Jr.-2L

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Teri Lyles

W-L

15-14

APP 36

GS

28

CG 26

SHO SV IP 8/0

3

219.2

H

172

R

72

ER

BB SO

56

63

122

2B 34

3B

3

HR

B/Avg.

SB-Att 0-0 2-3 4-6

Fld% .000 .889 1.000

HR

B/Avg.

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.214

OTHER RETURNING LETTERWINNERS (3) GP-GS 12-0 35-10 35-5

Avg. .333 .200 .176

AB 3 40 17

R 1 7 9

H 1 8 3

2B 0 2 0

3B 0 1 0

HR 0 0 1

RBI 0 3 2

SLG% .333 .300 .353

BB 0 2 4

OB% .333 .238 .364

STARTERS (4) / LETTERWINNERS LOST (2) #

Name

# 23 18 7 24 17 15

Name Cara Hulme

23 18

Pos.

Cara Hulme P/OF Heather Fortenberry P/OF

Pos. P/OF Heather Fortenberry P/OF Samantha Chumchal C Brittany Washington OF Heather Collie U Brittany Swatsell OF

ERA 2.77 2.10

GP-GS 54-54 50-49 54-54 50-45 7-1 7-0

W-L

14-11 0-0

APP 27 2

Avg. .278 .259 .232 .203 .000 .000

GS 26 0

AB 158 147 168 118 5 1

CG

SHO SV IP 4/0 0/0

0 0

R 26 14 16 16 0 3

H 44 38 39 24 0 0

2B 7 2 12 1 0 0

17 0

156.2 3.1

3B 0 0 0 2 0 0

H

R

ER

HR 11 4 6 3 0 0

RBI 25 16 28 11 0 0

SLG% .532 .354 .411 .322 .000 .000

143 2

79 1

62 1

BB SO

2B

BB 41 11 12 12 0 0

OB% .428 .313 .285 .288 .000 .000

66 4

160 2

26 0

3B 4 0

16 0

SB-Att 0-1 0-0 0-0 4-4 0-0 0-0

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RETURNING STARTERS (6) # 14

.247 .182

Fld% .922 1.000 .994 .839 .000 .000

NEWCOMERS (9) # 6 7 8 9 10 15 17 19 21

Name Elizabeth Perez Taylor Zink Alexis Cantu Stephanie Gonzalez Bradie Baker Rachel Forshaw Callie Collins Kallan Thompson Ashley McCarroll

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Cl-Exp So.-TR Fr.-HS Fr.-HS Fr.-HS RS/SO-TR Fr.-HS Fr.-HS So.-TR Fr.-HS

Pos. OF/1B 3B/U P OF/U P C P SS/OF OF/C

Hometown (High School/Previous School) San Angelo, TX (Arlington) Highlands, TX (Sterling) Frisco, TX (Wakeland) Friendswood, TX (Clear Brook) Mesquite, TX (Central Arkansas) Coppell, TX (Coppell) Rusk, TX/ (Rusk) Forney, TX/ (Louisiana Tech) Forney, TX/ (Forney)

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2011 SCHEDULE

FEBRUARY Date

2/20

Day Opponent Time BEST WESTERN MARINA GRAND INVITATIONAL Thursday Cleveland State 2 p.m. Friday Loyola 10 a.m. A&M-Corpus Christi 4 p.m. Saturday TBA TBA TBA TBA 2011 AGGIE CLASSIC Friday Wichita State 12 p.m. Texas A&M 2:30 p.m. Saturday Wichita State 12 p.m. Texas A&M 5 p.m. Sunday Texas Southern 12:15 p.m.

2/25

Friday

2/26

Saturday

2/27

Sunday

2/10 2/11 2/12 2/18

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APRIL

UT ARLINGTON CLASSIC CENTENARY COLLEGE TULSA CREIGHTON SEMIFINALS2 SEMIFINALS1 CONSOLATION CHAMPIONSHIP

3 p.m. 5 p.m. 1 p.m. 3 p.m. 5 p.m. 10 a.m. 12 p.m.

MARCH Date 3/1

Day Tuesday

3/2

Wednesday

3/4

Friday

3/5

Saturday

3/6 3/12

Sunday Saturday

3/13 3/15 3/16

Sunday Tuesday Wednesday

3/19

Saturday

3/20 3/26

Sunday Saturday

3/27

Sunday

Opponent TEXAS STATE* TEXAS STATE* TEXAS STATE*

North Texas Courtyard Classic Louisiana Tech Ole Miss Wichita State UTEP Wichita State at SE Louisiana* at SE Louisiana* at SE Louisiana* at Baylor at Prairie View A&M at Prairie View A&M at Central Arkansas* at Central Arkansas* at Central Arkansas* NICHOLLS STATE* NICHOLLS STATE* NICHOLLS STATE*

Time

4 p.m. 6 p.m. 2 p.m.

12:30 p.m. 3 p.m. 12:30 p.m. 3 p.m. 12:30 p.m. 3 p.m. 5 p.m. 12 p.m. 5 p.m. 3 p.m. 5 p.m. 11 a.m. 1 p.m. 12 p.m. 1 p.m. 3 p.m. 12 p.m.

Date 4/2

Day Saturday

4/3 4/6 4/9

Sunday Wednesday Saturday

4/10 4/16

Sunday Saturday

4/17 4/19 4/22

Sunday Tuesday Friday

4/23 4/30

Saturday Saturday

Opponent at UTSA* at UTSA* at UTSA* NORTH TEXAS NORTHWESTERN STATE* NORTHWESTERN STATE* NORTHWESTERN STATE* at Stephen F. Austin* at Stephen F. Austin* at Stephen F. Austin* at Texas SAM HOUSTON STATE* SAM HOUSTON STATE* SAM HOUSTON STATE* at McNeese State* at McNeese State*

Time

1 p.m. 3 p.m. 12 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 3 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 3 p.m. 12 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 4 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 3 p.m.

MAY Date 5/1 5/4 5/7

Day Sunday Wednesday Saturday

5/8 5/12-14 5/21-23 5/28-30 6/3-9

Sunday Thurs.-Sat. Fri.-Sun. Fri.-Sun. Thurs.- Wed.

Opponent at McNeese State* at North Texas A&M-CORPUS CHRISTI* A&M-CORPUS CHRISTI* A&M-CORPUS CHRISTI* SLC Tournament

Time

NCAA Regional Championships

12 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 3 p.m. 11 a.m. TBA TBA

NCAA Super Regional Championships

NCAA Women’s College World Series

TBA TBA

(ASA Hall of Fame Stadium, Okla. City, Okla.)

Home game (BOLD CAPS) played at Allan Saxe Field, on the UT Arlington campus.

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2011 TOURNAMENTS BEST WESTERN INVITATIONAL

UT ARLINGTON CLASSIC

Feb. 10-12, 2011 Chapman Field -- Corpus Christi, Texas

Feb. 25-27, 2011 Allan Saxe Field -- Arlington, Texas

MEDIA INFORMATION Host: Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Number of Teams: 4 Host SID: Josh Brown SID Phone: 361-825-3411 SID Email: joshua.brown@tamucc.edu Softball Pressbox: N/A Live Stats: Available on goislanders.com

MEDIA INFORMATION Host: UT Arlington Number of Teams: 4 Host SID: Kristyna Mancias SID Phone: 817-272-2213 SID Email: kmancias@uta.edu Softball Pressbox: 956-648-1109 Live Stats: Available for all games at utamavs.com

MAVERICKS SCHEDULE

MAVERICKS SCHEDULE

Thursday, February 10

Friday, February 25

Cleveland State vs. UT Arlington

2 p.m.

UT Arlington vs. Loyola Chicago

Centenary vs. UT Arlington

3 p.m.

Tulsa vs. UT Arlington

5 p.m.

10 a.m.

UT Arlington vs. Texas A&M-Corpus Chrsiti

4 p.m.

Saturday, February 12 Seed 2 vs. Seed 3

10 a.m.

Seed 1 vs. Seed 4

12 p.m.

Loser Game 1 vs. Loser Game 2

2 p.m.

Championship Game Winner Game 1 vs. Winner Game 2

Saturday, February 26 UT Arlington vs. Creighton University

1 p.m.

Semi Final 2 vs. 3

3 p.m.

Semi Final 1 vs. 4

5 p.m. Sunday, February 27

Consolation Game

10 a.m.

Championship Game

12 p.m.

4 p.m.

2011 AGGIE CLASSIC

NORTH TEXAS COURTYARD CLASSIC

Feb. 18-20, 2011 Aggie Softball Complex -- College Station, Texas

Mar. 4-6, 2011 Lovelace Stadium -- Denton, Texas MEDIA INFORMATION Host: North Texas Number of Teams: 6 Host SID: Amy Ruggini SID Phone: 940-369-7980 SID Email: amyruggini@unt.edu Softball Pressbox: 908-938-0810 Live Stats: Available on meangreensports.com

MEDIA INFORMATION Host: Texas A&M University Number of Teams: 4 Host SID: Meredith Collier SID Phone: 979-862-5452 SID Email: N/A Softball Pressbox: 979-862-1733 Live Stats: Available on AggieAthetics.com MAVERICKS SCHEDULE

MAVERICKS SCHEDULE

Friday, February 18

Friday, March 4

UT Arlington vs. Wichita State UT Arlington at Texas A&M

12 p.m. 2:30 p.m.

UT Arlington vs. Louisiana Tech UT Arlington at Ole Miss

UT Arlington at Texas A&M

12 p.m. 5 p.m.

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2:30 p.m.

Wichita State vs. UT Arlington UT Arlington vs. UTEP

12:30 p.m. 5 p.m.

Sunday, March 6

Sunday, February 20 UT Arlington vs. Texas Southern

12 30 p.m.

Saturday, March 5

Saturday, February 19 Wichita State vs. UT Arlington

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Friday, February 11

12:15 p.m.

UT Arlington vs. Wichita State

12:30 p.m.

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The University of Texas at Arlington OPPONENTS INFORMATION CLEVELAND STATE Feb. 10, 2011 / 2 p.m. / Corpus Christi, TX Head Coach: Angie Nicholson (143-65) 5th Yr. Conference: Horizon League SID: Brian McCann (b.mccann66@csuohio.edu) Series Record: First meeting LOYOLA CHICAGO Feb. 11, 2011 / 10 a.m. / Corpus Christi, TX Head Coach: Missy Beseres (0-0) 1st Yr. Conference: Horizon League SID: Bill Behrns (bbehrns@luc.edu) Series Record: UTA leads 2-0 TEXAS A&M-CORPUS CHRISTI Feb. 11, 2011 / 4 p.m. / Corpus Christi, TX May 7, 2011 / 1 & 3 p.m. / Allan Saxe Field* May 8, 2011 / 11 a.m. / Allan Saxe Field* Head Coach: Jake Schumann (79-85) 4th Yr. Conference: Southland SID: Joshua Brown (joshua.brown@tamucc.edu) Series Record: UTA leads 11-9

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WICHITA STATE Feb. 18, 2011 / 12 p.m. / College Station TX Feb. 19, 2011 / 12 p.m. / College Station, TX Mar. 5, 2011 / 12:30 p.m. / Denton, TX Mar. 6, 2011 / 12:30 p.m. / Denton, TX Head Coach: Mike Perniciaro (148-142) 6th Yr. Conference: Missouri Valley SID: Jordan Korphage (jkorphage@goshockers.com) Series Record: Wichita State leads 4-6 TEXAS A&M Feb. 18, 2011 / 2:30 p.m. / College Station, TX Feb. 19, 2011 / 5 p.m. / College Station, TX Head Coach: Jo Evans (545-271-2) 15th Yr. Conference: Big 12 SID: Meredith Collier (mcollier@athletics.tamu.edu) Series Record: Texas A&M leads 59-12 TEXAS SOUTHERN Feb. 20, 2011 / 12:15 p.m. / College Station, TX Head Coach: Worley Barker (96-183) 7th Yr. Conference: SWAC SID: Rodney Bush (bushrr@tsu.edu) Series Record: UTA leads 4-0 CENTENARY Feb. 25, 2011 / 3 p.m. / Allan Saxe Field Head Coach: Mark Lambert (216-226) 1st Yr. Conference: Summit SID: Allson McClain (amcclain2@centenary.edu) Series Record: UTA leads 16-3 TULSA Feb. 25, 2011 / 5 p.m. / Allan Saxe Field Head Coach: John Bargfeldt (138-94) 6th Yr. Conference: CUSA SID: Eric Hollier (eric-hollier@utulsa.edu) Series Record: UTA leads 8-6 CREIGHTON Feb. 26, 2011 / 1 p.m. / Allan Saxe Field Head Coach: Brent Vigness (553-375-2) 17th Yr. Conference: Missouri Valley SID: Rob Simms (rsimms@creighton.edu) Series Record: Creighton leads 11-2

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CREIGHTON Feb. 26, 2011 / 1 p.m. / Allan Saxe Field Head Coach: Brent Vigness (701-446-3) 22nd Yr. Conference: Missouri Valley SID: Rob Simms (rsimms@creighton.edu) Series Record: Creighton leads 11-2 TEXAS STATE Mar. 1, 2011 / 4 & 6 p.m. / Allan Saxe Field* Mar. 2, 2011 / 2 p.m. / Allan Saxe Field* Head Coach: Ricci Woodard (368-209-1) 11th Yr. Conference: Southland SID: Denise Thompson (dt24@txstate.edu) Series Record: UTA leads 53-42 LOUISIANA TECH Mar. 4, 2011 / 12:30 p.m. / Denton, TX Head Coach: Sarah Dawson (179-266) 9th Yr. Conference: WAC SID: Malcolm Butler (mbutler@latech.edu) Series Record: LA Tech leads 26-11 OLE MISS Mar. 4, 2011 / 3 p.m. / Denton, TX Head Coach: Missy Dickerson (126-154) 6th Yr. Conference: SEC SID: Daniel Snowden (desnowde@olemiss.edu) Series Record: First meeting UTEP Mar. 5, 2011 / 3 p.m. / Denton, TX Head Coach: James & Kathleen Rodriguez (166-216-1) 8th Yr. Conference: CUSA SID: Angela Olivas (acolivas@utep.edu) Series Record: Series tied 1-1 SOUTHEASTERN LOUISIANA Mar. 12, 2011 / 3 & 5 p.m. / Hammond, La.* Mar. 13, 2011 / 12 p.m. / Hammond, La. * Head Coach: Pete Langlois (344-461) 16th Yr. Conference: Southland SID: Kemmler Chapple (kchapple@selu.edu) Series Record: UTA leads 28-14 BAYLOR Mar. 15, 2011 / 5 p.m. / Waco, TX Head Coach: Glenn Moore (394-207) 10 Yr. Conference: Big 12 SID: Kyle Cornish (kyle_cornish@baylor.edu) Series Record: Baylor leads 46-15 PRAIRIE VIEW A&M Mar. 16, 2011 / 3 &5 p.m. / Prairie View, TX Head Coach: Lana Williams (NA) Conference: SWAC SID: Reggie Rouzan (rerouzan@pvamu.edu) Series Record: UTA leads 10-0 CENTRAL ARKANSAS Mar. 19, 2011 / 11 a.m. & 1 p.m. / Conway, Ark. * Mar. 20, 2011 / 12 p.m. / Conway, Ark. * Head Coach: David Kuhn (49-62) 3rd Yr. Conference: Southland SID: Cody Usher (cusher@uca.edu) Series Record: UTA leads 11-2

NICHOLLS STATE Mar. 26, 2011 / 1 & 3 p.m. / Allan Saxe Field* Mar. 27, 2011 / 12 p.m. / Allan Saxe Field* Head Coach: Jenny Parsons (154-170) 6th Conference: Southland SID: Charlie Gillingham (Charlie.Gillingham@nicholls.edu) Series Record: UTA leads 38-28 UTSA Apr. 2, 2011 / 1 & 3 p.m. / San Antonio, TX* Apr. 3, 2011 / 12 p.m. / San Antonio, TX* Head Coach: Lori Cook (141-128) 6th Yr. Conference: Southland SID: Jordan Korphage (jordan.korphage@utsa.edu) Series Record: UTSA leads 38-27 NORTH TEXAS Apr. 6, 2011 / 6 p.m. / Allan Saxe Field May 4, 2011 / 6 p.m. / Denton, TX Head Coach: T.J. Hubbard (82-81) 4th Yr. Conference: Sun Belt SID: Amy Ruggini (Amy.Ruggini@unt.edu) Series Record: UTA leads 24-11 NORTHWESTERN STATE Apr. 9, 2011 / 1& 3 p.m. / Allan Saxe Field* Apr. 10, 2011 / 1 p.m. / Allan Saxe Field* Head Coach: Donald Pickett (32-72) 3rd Yr. Conference: Southland SID: Matthew Bonnette (bonnettem@nsula.edu) Series Record: UTA leads 37-31 STEPHEN F. AUSTIN Apr. 16, 2011 / 1 & 3 p.m. / Nacogdoches, TX* Apr. 17, 2011 / 12 p.m. / Nacogdoches, TX* Head Coach: Gay McNutt (94-72) 4th Yr. Conference: Southland SID: Brian Ross (rossbrian@sfasu.edu) Series Record: UTA leads 58-43 TEXAS Apr. 19, 2011 / 6:30 p.m. / Austin, Texas Head Coach: Connie Clark (552-260-3) 14th Yr. Conference: Big 12 SID: Spencer Kitley (spencer.Kitley@athletics.utexas.edu) Series Record: Texas leads 21-2 SAM HOUSTON STATE Apr. 22, 2011 / 4 & 6 p.m. / Allan Saxe Field* Apr. 23, 2011 / 1 p.m. / Allan Saxe Field* Head Coach: Bob Brock (227-252) 27th Yr. Conference: Southland SID: Paul Ridings (ridings@shsu.edu) Series Record: Sam Houston State leads 47-44 MCNEESE STATE Apr. 30, 2011 / 1 & 3 p.m. / Lake Charles, La. * May 1, 2011 / 12 p.m. / Lake Charles, La. * Head Coach: Natalie Poole (69-55) 2nd Yr. Conference: Southland SID: Pam LaFosse (plafosse@mcneese.edu) Series Record: UTA leads 44-39

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Super Bowl XXIX quarterback Stan Humphries, Bill Bergey, Fred Barnett, Roger Carr, Marvin Upshaw, Larry Centers, Kavika Pittman, Mike Barber, Bruce Collie, Tim McKyer, Pat Tilley, Jackie Harris, Eugene Seale, Bubby Brister, Billy Ryckman, Rafael Septien, Buford Jordan, Marcus Spears, Terrance Shaw and Ray Brown. The Southland Conference has also seen its share of great coaches during its history in Maxie Lambright, Ernie Duplechin, Sam Goodwin, Jack Doland, Bennie Ellender, Bobby Keasler, Larry Lacewell, Bill Davidson, Dennis Franchione, Pat Collins, and Ron Randleman. While successful on the fields and courts, the Southland Conference has repeatedly demonstrated its commitment to the academic and athletic success of its student-athletes. In addition to football, the Southland Conference can point to a number of accomplishments in all sports. Men’s basketball has experienced a tremendous amount of success during the Southland’s 45-plus years. The league has sent two teams to the NCAA Sweet Sixteen, as well as a squad to the NIT Final Four. Basketball stars Karl Malone, Joe Dumars, Jeff Foster, Dwight “Bo” Lamar, Andrew Toney, Devin Brown, and Mike Oliver played in the Southland Conference. In 2006, Northwestern State, playing as the No. 14 seed in the NCAA tournament, defeated No. 3 seed Iowa, 64-63, in first-round action. In 2008, the league saw two postseason teams (UT Arlington in the NCAA \tournament and Stephen F. Austin in the NIT) for the first time since 2001. Coaches such as Billy Tubbs, Mike Vining, Scotty Robertson, Jack Martin, Andy Russo, Bobby Paschal and Pat Foster have led teams in the Southland. In women’s basketball, the Southland also has its share of tradition with Louisiana-Monroe advancing to the 1985 NCAA Women’s Final Four, and Stephen F. Austin sustaining itself as one of the most successful programs in the history of the sport. In 2008, the Ladyjacks became the eighth program in NCAA Division I history to record more than 800 wins, joining Tennessee, Louisiana Tech, Old Dominion, Texas, James Madison, Ohio State and Tennessee Tech. In 2010, for the first time in Southland history, three league members advanced to the postseason as Lamar won its first conference tournament title and played in its second NCAA tournament. Stephen F. Austin was selected to play in its third WNIT and Texas A&M-Corpus Christi won a school-record 24 games en route to its deepest postseason run, advanced to the semifinals of the inaugural Women’s Basketball Invitational. A Southland team has played in the WNIT 10 times, including each of the last four years. Women’s basketball all-stars have included Eun Jung Lee, Lisa Ingram, Portia Hill, Deneen Parker, Katrina Price, and Joskeen Garner, and coaches such as Gary Blair, Linda Sharp, James Smith and Linda Harper. Baseball has emerged as a huge Southland Conference strength with the league earning numerous national rankings and NCAA tournament berths. The Southland consistently ranks among the top-10 conferences in the country. Major leaguers such as Ben Sheets,

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Historically, the Southland’s successful football heritage has sustained itself through numerous membership and classification changes. Originally an NAIA conference, the Southland joined the NCAA College Division in 1968. The College Division was re-named NCAA Division II in 1973, and the league played two seasons in that class, before joining Division I in 1975. The Southland was an NCAA Division I-A league from 1978-81, before joining the ranks of FCS in 1982, its home ever since. During its tenure as a Division I-A conference, the Southland Conference was instrumental in the startup of the Independence Bowl in 1976. The Southland representative served as the host team of the bowl until 1980, compiling a 2-3 record in those contests. The conference can lay claim to five national championships, including College Division championships through former members Arkansas State (1970, UPI) and Louisiana Tech (1972, National Football Foundation). Louisiana Tech also won the first-ever NCAA-sanctioned national title, winning the Division II playoffs in 1973. Tech followed that with the UPI’s Division II national championship in 1974. Louisiana-Monroe won the 1987 FCS national title. McNeese State, which has made 14 appearances in the national playoffs, played in the 1997 and 2002 NCAA Division I FCS national championship games, while Stephen F. Austin played in the 1989 title game and has five playoff appearances, reaching the quarterfinals in 2009. Northwestern State has played in the playoffs six times, and advanced to the semifinals in 1998, while Sam Houston State has earned four trips to the postseason, including the semifinals in 2004. Nicholls has participated three times in the playoffs. In 2008, Texas State made its second postseason appearance in four years. Included was a trip to the semifinals in 2005. On four occasions, the Southland has placed three teams in the national 16-team playoffs. Six of the eight current football-playing members have qualified for the FCS playoffs. In addition, Texas State won NCAA Division II titles in 1981 and 1982 before joining the Southland. The Southland has produced 153 first-team football All-Americans during its history, and has sent such talent to the professional ranks including Oakland’s Keith Davis (Sam Houston State), Carolina’s Josh McCown (Sam Houston State), Buffalo’s Terrence McGee (Northwestern State), Kansas City’s B.J. Sams (McNeese State), Detroit’s Kevin Smith (McNeese State), Minnesota’s Fred Evans (Texas State), Tennessee’s Jacob Ford (Central Arkansas), and Oakland’s Luke Lawton (McNeese State). The Southland is one of three FCS conferences with at least 200 selections (202) in the National Football League Draft. The league also ranks third in the FCS with 22 players taken in the draft since 2000 and has 22 former players on NFL rosters to start the 2010 season. Among the former NFL stars from the Southland include Fred Dean, who was inducted to the Professional Football Hall of Fame in 2008 to become the first former Southland Conference player to earn induction in Canton. Other great NFL players from the Southland include

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Micah Hoffpauir, Hunter Pence, David Segui, Brian Lawrence, Ben Broussard, Chuck Finley, Jerald Clark, and Terry Matthews once played in the league. Former UT Arlington shortstop, Trey Hillman, a three-time All-Southland selection from 1983-85, was manager for the Kansas City Royals from the 2007-10 seasons and coached the American League in the 2009 MLB All-Star Game. The 2010 Major League Baseball Draft was significant for the Southland as the league saw 17 players drafted pushing the all-time draft total to more than 400 selections (414). UT Arlington’s Michael Choice became the seventh Southland player taken in the first round, selected by Oakland with the 10th overall selection. He joins Ben Sheets (Louisiana-Monroe) as the league’s highest draft pick. The two are the only players in Southland history to be taken in the top 10 of the draft Jim Gilligan, who won his 1,100th career game in 2009, and Mark Johnson, who won his 1,000th career game in 2010, join an impressive list of coaches who have patrolled Southland Conference dugouts including Pat Patterson, Butch McBroom, Jim Wells, Smoke Laval, Dave Van Horn, Mike Bianco, John Cohen and Tony Robichaux. Softball continues to enjoy success on a national level, as the league has knocked off at least one nationally ranked opponent since 1995, with six wins over ranked opponents in 2010 including wins by Texas A&M-Corpus Christi and Texas State over No. 15 Texas. In the 2003 NCAA Tournament, UT Arlington and Texas State enjoyed unprecedented success as each won two games in the national event. The league has also won at least one game in the NCAA tournament in three of the past six years. In 18 years on NCAA tournament competition the Southland has racked up 14 wins. The Southland has a proud history in volleyball as UT Arlington has represented the conference eight times in the NCAA tournament, advancing all the way to the NCAA Volleyball Final Four in 1989. In 2006, Stephen F. Austin moved to the second round following an opening-round win against Alabama. Track and field has also served as a proud asset for the Southland Conference as the league has produced numerous national champions and Olympic medalists. The Southland boasts 27 men and three women student-athletes who have won NCAA track and field national championships, including A&M-Corpus Christi’s Shadrack Songok (10,000-meter run) in 2007 and 2008 and McNeese State’s Brad Gebauer (pole vault) in 2007. The league has also produced U.S. Olympic track and field medalists Earl Bell, Thomas Hill, Al Joyner and Charles Austin, Liudmila Litvinova, along with other Olympians. With the addition of eight more All-American seasons in 2010, the league continues to find national success in both indoor and outdoor track and field. In the indoor circuit, the Southland boasts 60 unique all-time All-Americans that have won a combined 10 national championships. Likewise in the spring outdoor season, the league has seen 138 different All-Americans, including 110 men and 28 women, combine to win 20 national championships. Golf has traditionally been a strong Southland sport as exemplified by Lamar men’s golfer Chris Stroud, who finished third individually at the 2003 NCAA National Championship and is a member of the PGA Tour. Both Stroud and former Southeastern Louisiana golfer Hugo Leon competed in the 2010 U.S. Open. The league has sent multiple teams into postseason play on numerous occasions, including in 2009 as both Lamar and UT Arlington qualified for regional play. Additionally, during the past two seasons the Southland has sent eight golfers to compete as individuals in regional play with five in 2009 and three more in 2010. Lamar won a pair of NCAA Division II national championships in 1967 and 1968, and also produced PGA player Ronnie Black. In 2005, Lamar’s Dawie Van Der Walt finished fourth individually and Lamar tied for 12th place at the NCAA Men’s Golf Championship, before the Cardinals tied for ninth in 2006 and tied for third in 2007. Former Lamar golfer Casey Clendenon advanced to the semifinals

of the U.S. Amateur in 2007. Southland tennis has also experienced national prominence. UT Arlington All-American Andy Leber was the 2002 ITA/Ted Farnsworth National Senior Co-Player of the Year after a 43-3 record and earning the nation’s No. 2 ranking. In women’s tennis, Southeastern Louisiana won 46 consecutive conference matches during a four-year period that began in 2005. The conference has increased sponsorship and championships opportunities for female student-athletes in recent years, adding women’s golf and soccer as league sports. In 2007, Stephen F. Austin became the first Southland team to score a goal in the NCAA tournament, while Texas State became the first women’s golf program to compete in the NCAA tournament. The Southland Conference has repeatedly demonstrated its commitment to the academic and athletic success of its student-athletes. With the F.L. McDonald Postgraduate Scholarship Award, the league annually honors one male and one female scholar-athlete with a stipend for postgraduate study. The Scholar-Athlete Award is given to each institution’s male and female student-athlete with the highest grade-point average. The Steve McCarty Citizenship Award, initiated in 2005-06 and named after the former Stephen F. Austin athletic director, properly recognizes accomplishments off the court for a male and female student-athlete. Also, student-athletes with grade-point averages above 3.0 are honored on the Southland’s annual AllAcademic teams and Commissioner’s Honor Roll. A record 934 student-athletes appeared on the honor roll following the 2010 spring semester. In addition to providing expanding opportunities for studentathletes, the Southland Conference and its member institutions are very involved in various community outreach programs. Many of these programs provide positive life skills training such as academics, citizenship and leadership to school-aged students in Southland communities.

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Debbie Hedrick

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Head Coach 15th Season Louisiana Tech, 1990

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS - Enters her 15th season as head coach for the Mavericks. - In 14 seasons, 49 of Hedrick’s players have been named SLC All-Conference. - Thirteen of Hedrick’s 14 seasons have seen at least one player earn all-conference distinctions. - Guided the Mavericks to two of UT Arlington’s three regular-season titles. - Helped UTA to the program’s first-ever trip to the NCAA tournament in 2003. - In 2003 and 2007, Hedrick was honored by earning SLC Coach of the Year.

Debbie Hedrick begins her 15th season as the UT Arlington head softball coach. Hedrick is coming off the 2010 season during which she led the Mavericks to a third-place finish in the Southland Conference and helped true freshman Teri Lyles to Southland Conference Freshman of the Year honors. Lyles was only the third UTA player to earn the distinction. The Mavericks have plenty to be proud of after the 2010 season. The Mavericks landed four players on the All-SLC team and six on the AllSLC Academic team. Lyles and Cara Hulme were recognized three times as SLC Player of the Week and at one point, UT Arlington’s .978 defensive percentage (Mar. 26) ranked fourth in the NCAA statistical rankings. The Mavs finished with the best team ERA (2.19) and Lyles’s 1.78 ERA topped the SLC. The combination pitching of Lyles and senior Cara Hulme guided the Mavericks to a 29-25 overall record and a 16-12 mark in conference action. Together Lyles and Hulme recorded a 2.20 ERA with 282 strikeouts and 12 shutout wins. Lyles was tabbed SLC Hitter and Pitcher of the Week on two occasions and earned All-Tournament team honors at the Baylor Tournament and the SLC Tournament. Hedrick has led her squad to two SLC regular season titles, an SLC tournament title, a school-record 41 wins (2003) and the program’s first NCAA Tournament berth (2003) while combining for a 357-345-2 overall mark. In 2009, Hedrick guided five Mavericks to SLC post-season honors and led UTA to their 12th SLC conference tournament appearance. The Mavs finished the season with a 23-24 overall record, including a 1713 mark in conference action. UTSA ended UTA’s season in the second day of the SLC in Lake Charles, La. Hedrick led the Mavericks to a 27-22 overall mark and a second place finish with a 20-10 record in 2008. Hedrick earned her 300th career victory in a double-header sweep over SLC opponent Southeastern Louisiana on April 26, 2008. The Maverick’s leader also guided five players to All-Southland Conference selections in outfielder Katie Jones, catcher Samantha Chumchal, shortstop Amanda Swofford, pitcher Cara Hulme and third baseman Whitney Simpson. The Mavericks finished at the top of the SLC in batting, recording a

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After such a successful season, Hedrick was named the 2003 SLC Coach of the Year. As a student-athlete at Louisiana Tech from 1987-90, Hedrick became one of the best pitchers in the NCAA history. Hedrick was a three-time All-American at Louisiana Tech. She had her jersey retired by her alma mater in 1996. Hedrick still holds three NCAA records -- most games in a career (193); most complete games in a career (182) and most shutouts in a single season (36). In addition, she ranks second in career wins (149) and career shutouts (84) while ranking third with 50 single-season wins.

In the fall of 2003, Hedrick was inducted into the Louisiana Tech Hall of Fame. Hedrick served as UTA’s top assistant coach in 1995 and 1996. During those two years, UTA’s hurlers were among the SLC leaders in ERA, and Kimberlee Johnston was an honorable mention All-SLC performer in 1995. Since taking over the reigns, she has guided UTA’s first-ever first team GTE Academic All-American, Lisa Verheul. Hedrick also guided standout pitcher Katy Cox to SLC Pitcher of the Year and SLC tournament MVP honors in 2003 as the Mavs ace led the league with a 1.31 earned run average. Before coming to UTA, the Mesquite native was an assistant coach at Louisiana Tech in 1990 while completing her degree in business administration. When she is not on the field with her team, the Mavs coach spends most of her time with her husband, Wayne, and daughters, Shelby and Peyton.

HEDRICK FILE Full Name: Debbie Nichols-Hedrick Born: Sept. 25, 1967 Husband: Wayne Daughters: Shelby and Peyton Playing Experience: - Three-time All-American at Louisiana Tech from 1987-90. - Inducted into the Louisiana Tech Hall of Fame in 2003. - NCAA career record holder for most games started (193), com plete games (182) and shutouts in a season (36). - Ranks second in NCAA in career wins (149), career shutouts (84) and innings pitched (1,373). - Ranks third in NCAA in single-season wins (50). Coaching Experience: Graduate assistant , Louisiana Tech 1990-91 Private instructor 1992-93 Assistant coach, UT Arlington, 1997-present

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Hedrick enjoyed a record breaking season in 2003 as the Mavs rolled through league play to finish with an astonishing 23-4 record on their way to the SLC regular season title, the first in Hedrick’s tenure at UTA. The Mavs went on to sweep the conference postseason tournament to take home the school’s first softball tournament crown. UTA continued to break records, setting a school record for wins in a season after snapping Florida State’s 27-game winning streak, the nation’s longest at the time, by defeating the Seminoles 1-0 in the NCAA Regional in Gainesville, Fla. UTA won one more game in the regional, eliminating host Florida in the Mavs first-ever trip to the NCAA tournament.

Hedrick ranks in the Top-20 of 12 single-season NCAA categories.

Coaching Record Overall Record: 380-369-2 SLC Record: 230-166 Hedrick Against SLC Members W A&M-Corpus Christi 12 Central Arkansas 12 McNeese State 24 Nicholls State 31 Northwestern State 25 Sam Houston State 33 Southeastern Louisiana 26 Stephen F. Austin 31 Texas State 23 UTSA 20

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Angela Perry Assistant Coach 12th Season UT Arlington, 1999

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS - Enters her 12th season as assistant coach for the Mavericks. - Helped the Mavs infield to a top-25 NCAA fielding percentage. (.972) - Has a assistant coaching record of 263-236-2 with the Mavericks.

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Angela Perry enters her 12th season as assistant softball coach. Perry serves as the Mavericks first base coach. In her 12th seasons as an assistant coach, Perry has helped UT Arlington to a 263-236-2 record. Forty-one of those wins came in the 2003 season during which he Mavs set a school record and gave the program’s first NCAA tournament berth. Perry has helped 46 players to Southland Conference awards. A defensive guru, Perry helped UT Arlington shatter the schools fielding percentage record in 2008 when the team posted a mark of .974. In addition to her responsibilities at game time, Perry works with infield and outfield defensive schemes and also handles the academics and conditioning for the Mavericks, as well as assisting Hedrick with recruiting and team travel. A member of the National Fastpitch Coaches Association, Perry has been involved with the implementation and instruction of the Mavericks summer camp since the summer of 2000. Perry played several positions on the field. In her first season at UTA in 1996, she served mainly as a reserve infielder and was an offensive asset, scoring 13 runs in the 35 games. Perry became a defensive giant in the outfield her sophomore year when she led the team in putouts with 53, and led the team in doubles her junior year with eight, including a pair against conference rival Sam Houston State. In 1999, she recorded 48 putouts from third base, where she started 53 games. Perry completed her undergraduate studies in exercise and sports science in May of 1999. A native of Benbrook, Perry captained the softball and volleyball teams at Western Hills High School, achieving district honors in both sports, and was a member of the basketball team. She was the secretary of the National Honor Society.

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Vince Kwasnick Assistant Coach 7th Season Ranger College, 1979

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS - Enter his seventh season as a assistant coach for the Mavericks. - Helped the Mavericks to 41 homeruns in the 2010 season. - Led three Mavs to a .300 plus batting average in conference action.

Regarded as one of the top hitting coaches in the area, Vince Kwasnick begins his fifth season with the Mavericks. He works primarily as the Mavericks offensive coach as well as recruiting coordinator.

Junior Rebecca Collom’s .317 batting average ranked in the Southland Conference top-15. In conference action, three Mavericks finished the season batting above .300. In his first season at UTA, the Mavericks set a school record with 31 home runs and almost tripled the total of extra base hits from 45 in 2005 to 110 in 2006. In his second season, UTA set the bar even higher with 55 home runs and 137 extra base hits. Also in 2007, the Mavs finished first in the SLC in batting average (.309), slugging percentage (.502) and on-base percentage (.380) and junior Katie Jones earned SLC Player and Hitter of the Year honors after scoring 44 runs and hitting .417 for the season.

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Kwasnick helped the Mavericks offensively to 41 home runs in the 2010 season, 11 of which came off the bat of senior Cara Hulme. UT Arlington recorded 361 hits, including 177 RBI, 187 runs scored and 141 base-on-balls.

Kwasnick has more than 18 years of coaching experience at the club level. His teams have placed at the American Softball Association (ASA) national tournament each year of competition with a seventh-place finish at the ASA Gold National Tournament in Oklahoma in 2003. That season, each member of the summer league team signed NCAA Division I scholarships to play softball. Four of the players, including daughter Falon Kwasnick, signed with UTA and were instrumental in winning the program’s second conference championship and first trip to the NCAA regional’s in 2003. Kwasnick played on the junior college national champion football team at Ranger College in 1979. A native of Grand Prairie, Kwasnick and his wife, Gloria, have four daughters -- Lacy, Falon, Melaney and Kourtney.

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Le-Net Franklin Director of Operations 1st Season Univ. of Florida, 2010

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS - Enters her first season as the director of operations for the Mavericks. - Played two seasons at the University of Florida where she appeared in 76 games. - Was a two-time Louisville Slugger/NFCA Junior College All-American at Temple JC.

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Le-Net Franklin enters her first season as the Mavericks director of operations. Franklin comes to UT Arlington after spending two years playing for Florida.

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While at Florida, Franklin played in 76 games while making seven starts in the lineup. The Belton, Texas native also helped the Gators to the College World Series in consecutive seasons. Prior to joining the Gators, Franklin spent two seasons at Temple Junior College where she was a two-time Louisville Slugger/NFCA Junior College All-American. She was also named the 2007 Northern Texas Junior College Athletic Conference Co-Player of the Year after leading the league in batting average (.494), stolen bases (48), and runs scored (71). Franklin was also a two-time NJCAA All-Conference selection. She completed her bachelor’s degree in liberal arts and science/religion from the University of Florida in 2010. Franklin is currently pursuing her master’s degree in kinesiology.

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The University of Texas at Arlington 2011 SEASON PREVIEW Despite losing five seniors from a 2010 team that advanced to the final day of the Southland Conference Tournament, UT Arlington figures to be a strong contender this season. Two of the main reasons for optimism are pitcher/outfielder Teri Lyles and first basemen Rebecca Collom. Lyles returns fresh off winning Southland Conference Freshman of the Year as the Mavericks’ ace pitcher and a valuable bat.

average (.317), RBIs (30), total bases (86) and finishing second in home runs (nine). “Becca hit the ball really well and we are going to need her to do the same this year and I think she will,” Hedrick said. “She is a strong leader on and off the field. Her work ethic is exceptional, so I expect her to come back where she left off. She is hungry to win a championship before she leaves because she knows how close we came last year.”

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During her sensational freshman season, Lyles led the league with her 1.78 ERA while accumulating a 15-14 record and 122 strikeouts in 219.2 innings pitched. She also had 26 complete games (eight shutouts) and three saves. “Teri was a solid force for us on the mound, consistent throughout the season,” said Debbie Hedrick, who enters her 15th year as head coach. “I expect her to continue to do great things. She has taken more of a leadership role with our squad.” Lyles played outfield when she didn’t pitch because her bat proved nearly as valuable as her arm. She finished as the team’s secondleading hitter in batting average (.285) and showed a little pop with nine extra-base hits (two for home runs) while spending most of the season in the leadoff spot. Collom, a Second-Team All-SLC performer, led the team in batting

Rebecca Collom led the Mavericks last season with a .317 batting average and a career-high 53 hits.

The Mavericks also return most of their infield. Along with Collom, shortstop Courtney Enocksen, second baseman Courtney Zink and third baseman Erica LeFlore return after starting all 54 games last year. LeFlore, however, could see herself back behind the plate with freshman Taylor Zink starting at third base. Enocksen hit just .230 in the regular season but turned the corner late hitting .333 in the SLC Tournament last year. She also belted a two-run home run against top-seeded Stephen F. Austin in the tournament. Even with Lyles and the entire infield returning, the success of Hedrick’s team likely hinges on how quickly her freshmen can adapt to the collegiate level.

Sophomore pitcher Teri Lyles finished the 2010 season with the best ERA in the Southland Conference (1.78).

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UT Arlington must replace two outfield positions as junior Kelsey Kaiser is the only player returning from the previous year. No. 2 pitcher Cara Hulme (who also led the team in home runs as a parttime starter in the outfield) and First-Team All-SLC Conference catcher Samantha Chumchal big bats will also be missed. Hedrick said replacing the offensive production is a concern, but

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getting to know your pitchers and she has three of them she has to know. It’s a learning curve for all of us.”

“I feel like overall we will be a stronger team this year,” Hedrick said. “I think we have more depth on the mound and more speed. I feel good about this season and I feel good about this team. After seeing these kids perform in the fall, I think we are going to pick up maybe stronger then where we left off last year.”

Hedrick said Forshaw’s strong arm and quickness stood out throughout fall practices.

On days when Lyles pitches, Kelsey Kaiser is the lone returning outfielder. She hit just .204 as a sophomore but did connect for a pair of home runs. The outfield spots are largely up for grabs between Kaiser, Charne Office, sophomore Kallan Thompson, freshmen Ashley McCarroll and Stephanie Gonzalez. McCarroll or Gonzalez will likely get the first opportunity to win the starting job in center field.

The task of replacing Chumchal will likely also fall to a freshman – Rachel Forshaw. Junior Erica LeFlore will also get opportunities to catch.

Cantu finished her senior season with a 32-3 record and an ERA of 0.46 with 346 strikeouts in 215.1 innings pitched. She can also hit, finishing with a .479 average with 12 homers and 48 RBI. Collins maintained a 0.93 ERA while recording 315 strikeouts as a high school senior last year. “I have my ideas of what Callie and Alexis can do after the fall,” Hedrick said. “The key now is finding the right mix as we go into competition. It’s a good problem to have – to be able to find the right combination. All three offer a different style in their pitching. I think that is going to be key because we are going to keep our opponents off-balance. I think we have one of the stronger pitching staffs without seeing some of the other conference opponents.” If the freshmen can come in and contribute immediately and the Mavericks can get similar seasons from Collom and Lyles, UT Arlington should contend for an SLC title again in 2011.

“Erica is a junior but she had to fill the role of third last year,” Hedrick said. “She will also be back behind the plate. Rachel got a lot of games during the fall. I think the key for a freshman catcher is

Alexis Cantu finished her senior season at Wakeland HS leading the area in wins, home runs, and RBI’s.

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“Kelsey did a great job for us last year defensively and she made some good things happen offensively,” Hedrick said. “Charne Office is returning as well and she has a strong opportunity this year to get some outfield time. Stephanie Gonzalez is a talented athlete and I think right now it’s going to be her or Ashley McCarroll working for a center field spot.”

The pitching staff must adapt to a pair of newcomers. Alexis Cantu and Callie Collins will try to collectively fill the void Hulme left in the pitching circle. Both freshmen were stars in high school.

Callie Collins was selected to the Texas Sports Writer Association AllState Team after finishing her senior season with a 0.93 ERA and 315 strikeouts.

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#1 COURTNEY ZINK Highlands, TX - Sterling 5-1 / IF / Jr.

#6 ELIZABETH PEREZ Arlington, TX - Arlington HS 5-6 / OF - 1B / So.

#2 JORDAN BARRY Frisco, TX - Paris JC 5-8 / OF / Sr. TR

#7 TAYLOR ZINK Highlands, TX - Sterling 5-6 / IF / Fr.

#11 COURTNEY ENOCKSEN #14 REBECCA COLLOM

Kingwood, TX - Kingwood New Boston, TX - New Boston 5-11 / IF / Sr. 5-5 / IF / Jr.

#20 CHARNE OFFICE Seabrook, TX - Clear Lake 5-5 / OF / Jr.

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#3 ERICA LEFLORE Forney, TX - Forney 5-6 / C / Jr.

#8 ALEXIS CANTU Frisco, TX - Wakeland 5-10 / P / Fr.

#15 RACHEL FORSHAW Coppell, TX - Coppell 5-6 / C / Fr.

#21 ASHLEY McCARROLL Forney, TX - Forney 5-7 / U / Fr.

#5 TERI LYLES Keller, TX - Keller 5-4 / P / So.

#4 KARI KARR Frisco, TX - Frisco 5-5 / OF / Jr.

#9 STEPHANIE GONZALEZ Friendswood, TX - Clear Brook

5-7 / OF - U / Fr.

#10 BRADIE BAKER

Mesquite, TX - Central Ark.

5-6 / P / RS - So.

#17 CALLIE COLLINS

#19 KALLAN THOMPSON

Rusk, TX - Rusk 5-4 / P / Fr.

Forney, TX - Louisiana Tech 5-6 / SS - OF / So.

#22 KELSEY KAISER Pasadena Dobie, TX- Dobie 5-4 / OF / Fr.

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

2B OF C/3B OF P/OF OF/1B 3B/U P OF/U P SS 1B C P SS/OF OF OF/C OF

Highlands, TX (Sterling) Frisco, TX (Paris JC) Forney, TX (Forney) Frisco, TX (Frisco) Keller, TX (Keller) Arlington, TX (Arlington) Highlands, TX (Sterling) Frisco, TX (Wakeland) Friendswood, TX (Clear Brook) Mesquite, TX (Central Arkansas) Kingwood, TX (Kingwood) New Boston, TX (New Boston) Coppell, TX (Coppell) Rusk, TX (Rusk) Forney, TX (Louisiana Tech) Seabrook, TX (Clear Lake) Forney, TX (Forney) Pasadena Dobie, TX (Dobie)

Head Coach: Debbie Hedrick (Louisiana Tech, ‘90); 15th season at UT Arlington Assistant Coaches: Angela Perry (UT Arlington, ‘99) 12th season at UT Arlington Vince Kwasnick (Ranger College, ‘79) 5th season at UT Arlington Director of Operations: Le-Net Franklin (University of Florida, ‘10) 1st season at UT Arlington

Top Row (L-R): Courtney Enocksen, Chelsea Galbraith, Alexis Cantu, Rebecca Collom, Jordan Barry, Erica LeFlore Second Row: Kari Karr, Rachel Forshaw, Stephanie Gonzalez, Ashley McCarroll, Kallan Thompson, Kelsey Kaiser, Elizabeth Perez Third Row: Charne Office, Callie Collins, Taylor Zink, Teri Lyles, Bradie Baker, Courtney Zink

BY CLASS Seniors (2) Rebecca Collom, Jordan Barry Juniors (6) Courtney Enocksen, Erica LeFlore, Kari Karr, Kelsey Kaiser, Charne Office, Courtney Zink

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Sophomores (4) Bradie Baker, Teri Lyles, Elizabeth Perez, Kallan Thompson Freshman (6) Taylor Zink, Alexis Cantu, Stephanie Gonzalez, Rachel Forshaw, Callie Collins, Ashley McCarroll

PRONUNCIATIONS Rebecca (Collom) _____________CULL-um Courtney (Enocksen) _________EEN-ick-sen Rachel (Forshaw) ____________FOUR-shaw

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(Charne) Office ________________ shar-NAY Kelsey (Kaiser) ____________________ KI-ser Vince (Kwasnick) ______________QUAS-nick

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REBECCA COLLOM 5-11 - Junior - 1B - New Boston, TX (New Boston)

Honors & Awards

- All-SLC Second Team First Base - All-SLC First Team All-Academic - Capital One Bank/Southland Conference Honor Roll

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COLLOM CAREER STATS Year

GP/GS

AVG

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

BB

SO

HBP

SB-ATT

2008

49-49

.257

144

27

37

7

0

10

26

20

23

0

0-0

2009

47-47

.265

136

18

36

10

0

5

19

15

21

0

1-1

2010

54-54

.317

167

29

53

6

0

9

30

23

13

1

1-4

Career

150-150

.282

447

74

126

23

0

24

75

58

57

1

2-5

2009-10 [Junior] Named to the All-SLC second team... earned All-SLC First Team AllAcademic honors and was a Capital One Bank/Southland Conference Honor Roll recipient... led team with .317 batting average with a career-high 53 hits and 30 RBI... tied for fifth in a single-season with her nine homers... batted a career high and team-high .375 in league action, connecting on 33 hits, 20 runs scored, six home runs, four doubles and 17 RBI... ranked fourth in Southland Conference in batting (.375), slugging percentage (.625), and on-base percentage (.462)... finished with 13 multi-hit and nine multi-RBI games... against teams in the Big 12, Collom went 5-for-12 with a home run, four RBI, and two runs scored... had two hits and two RBI at home against Baylor (Mar. 17)... hit a solo homer in the opening game of the SLC Tournament to advance the Mavericks to the next round... went 3-for-3 with a two-run home run in game two over Central Arkansas (Mar. 13)... went 3-for-4 with a run scored in game two against SFA (Apr. 10)... against A&M-Corpus Christi series going 3-for-4 with a double, two RBI and a run scored.

2008-09 [Sophomore] A third team All-SLC recipient, Collom started in all 47 games for the Mavericks at first base... finished the season with a .265 batting average, .338 on-base percentage and .449 slugging percentage... ranked first in runs scored (18), and doubles (10)... ranked second in hits (36), RBI (19), and walks (15)... recorded a .209 batting average, connecting on 19 hits, five doubles and 10 RBI... posted nine multi-hit games... went 3-for-3 with a double and triple against Prairie View A&M (Apr. 15)... had a six-game hit streak beginning Feb. 17 to Feb. 21... recorded 15 base on balls and posted at least one hit in 36 of 47 games... connected on her first home run of the season against Tennessee at Martin (Feb. 21) at the UT Arlington Tournament... drove in three RBI with a home run against Southeastern Louisiana (May 3).

bles and nine home runs... notched 74 total bases en route to securing a .514 slugging percentage and .348 on-base percentage... recorded 20 walks... connected on her first home run as a Maverick at the Hotel Encanto Invitational vs. New Mexico State (Feb. 17) where she finished with two hits, two RBI and one run scored... first career grand slam at Northwestern State (Mar. 16)... drilled a pair of home runs vs. Northwestern State (Mar. 15)... second grand slam of the season vs. McNeese State (Apr. 5)... posted two hits, including a home run, three RBI and three runs vs. Sam Houston State (Mar. 30)... recorded career-best two doubles against Prairie View A&M (Apr. 2)... posted a three-hit performance in game-two against Sam Houston State (Mar. 29).

New Boston A four-sport athlete at New Boston High School... lettered all four years in volleyball, basketball and softball, and lettered in track as a freshman... named academic all-state for volleyball, basketball and softball... as a freshman, selected as basketball and softball Newcomer of the Year... all-area selection for softball as a sophomore... voted team MVP as a junior and senior for softball also earning area MVP honors as a senior... named to the all-district first team in volleyball, basketball and softball all four years.

Off the Diamond Born Aug. 9, 1989 in Texarkana, Texas... daughter of Don and Diane Collom... kinesiology major.

2007-08 [Freshman] Batted .257 (26-for-144) with 10 home runs and seven doubles... finished SLC play at .272 with 25 hits in 92 at-bats with 22 RBI, three dou-

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TERI LYLES 5-4 - Sophomore - P - Keller, TX (Keller)

Honors & Awards - Southland Conference Freshman of the Year - Second Team All-SLC Pitcher - Southland Conference All-Tournament Team - Baylor Tournament All-Tournament Team - SLC Pitcher of the Week (Feb. 16) - SLC Pitcher of the Week (Apr. 12) - Capital One Bank/Southland Conference Honor Roll

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LYLES HITTING CAREER STATS Year

GP/GS

AVG

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

BB

SO

HBP

SB-ATT

2010

54-54

.285

179

22

51

6

1

2

19

6

19

0

1-1

Career

54-54

.285

179

22

51

6

1

2

19

6

19

0

1-1

LYLES PITCHING CAREER STATS Year

ERA

W-L

SV

APP

GS

CG

IP

H

R

ER

BB

SO

WP

2010

1.78

15-14

3

36

28

26

219.2

172

72

56

63

122

3

Career

1.78

15-14

3

36

28

26

219.2

172

72

56

63

122

3

2009-10 [Freshman] Named 2010 SLC Freshman Pitcher of the Year and earned Second Team All-SLC Pitcher accolades... Third player in UTA history to earn the recognition... named to the All-Tournament team after leading the Mavs pasted No. 1 seed Stephen F. Austin for her eighth shutout win of the season- third over SFA... earned All-Tournament team honors at the Baylor Tournament after her 7-for-14, two-RBI performance at the plate and a 0.89 ERA... earned SLC Pitcher of the Week honors on two occasions... finished her first season with a 1.78 ERA in 219.2 innings with 122 strikeouts... pulled double duty all season on the mound and at the plate, recording a .285 batting average (2nd on the team) and led the league with a 1.78 ERA... batted a .313 with 31 hits, three doubles, one triple, two home runs and 14 RBI in conference action... had 14 multi-hit games, including three or more hits in four games... registered shutouts against Texas Southern, SE Louisiana., UTSA, Northwestern State, SFA (Apr. 10-11, May 15), and Sam Houston State... blasted her first career home run on the road against Sam Houston State in game 1... hurled a one-hitter over Texas Southern... connected on second homer of the season a few days later at home over McNeese State in game three... made Capital One/SLC Commissioners Honor Roll.

Off the Diamond Lyles is the daughter of Buddy and Debbie Lyles...born Sept. 3, 1990... has two sisters- -Toni and Tori... majoring in interdisciplinary studies.

Keller Four time letter winner... 2008 Offensive Player of the Year in District 5-5A as well as MVP of Keller High... named MVP of District 5-5A...led the DFW area in victories, strikeouts, and shutouts...named an NFCA Academic All American...voted Sports Day softball player of the week for May 25th, 2009 and was also a nominee for the award April 5, 2009... collected the Star-Telegram Super Team Pitcher honors for 2009... named to the 5A Texas High School All-State second team as well as the USSA World team... Pitcher of the Year by Vype Magazine...played summer softball for the Texas Blaze and the Fort Worth Bat Busters.

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JORDAN BARRY 5-8 - Junior - OF - Frisco, TX (Paris JC)

Honors & Awards - Capital One Bank/Southland Conference Honor Roll

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BARRY CAREER STATS

28

Year

GP/GS

AVG

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

BB

SO

HBP

SB-ATT

2010

12-0

.333

3

1

1

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

0-0

Career

12-0

.333

3

1

1

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

0-0

2009-10 [Junior] Capital One Bank/Southland Conference Honor Roll recipient... appeared in 12 games mostly as a pinch runner... went 1-for-1 in Game 2 against SE Louisiana (Mar. 6).

Paris College Barry spent two seasons at Paris Junior College where she was part of a program that won the 2009 XIV Eastern Division Conference Title... was a 2008-09 PJC - Dean’s Honor List recipient... selected to the Region XVI Athletic Conference All-Academic Team.

Off the Diamond Barry is the daughter of Chris and Sheri Barry... born June 22, 1989... majoring in kinesiology.

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COURTNEY ENOCKSEN 5-5 - Junior - IF - Kingwood, TX (Kingwood)

Honors & Awards - Capital One Bank/Southland Conference Honor Roll

ENOCKSEN CAREER STATS GP/GS

AVG

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

BB

SO

HBP

SB-ATT

2009

42-40

.140

57

3

8

3

0

1

3

2

16

1

1-1

2010

54-54

.230

100

10

23

4

0

1

11

2

21

0

1-1

Career

96-94

.197

157

13

31

7

0

2

14

4

37

1

2-2

2009-10 [Sophomore]

Started season as starting shortstop primarily playing outfield as a freshman... at the Southland Conference Tournament, batted .333 5-for-15 with one home run, two doubles, two runs scored and three RBI... lifted UTA pasted No. 1 seed Stephen F. Austin with a two-run homer to left field... produced seven multi-hit performances... finished SE Louisiana series 5-for-6 with three runs scored, a double, RBI and walk... went 2-for-3 at Texas Tech (Feb. 28)... was a Capital One/SLC Commissioners Honor Roll recipient.

2008-09 [Freshman]

Saw action in 42 games while making 40 starts.. batted .140 with a .183 on-base percentage and .228 slugging percentage... connected on her first home run against Texas Southern (Feb. 21) at the UT Arlington Tournament... recorded a pair of hits, including a double at Nicholls State (Mar. 7)... went 2-for-3 with a double and stolen base against UTSA (Mar. 15).

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Kingwood

A team captain at Kingwood High School, and a three-year starter and four-year letter winner in softball... earned first-team all-district honors as a junior... named the District 21-5A Most Valuable Player and teams offensive MVP... was a three-time Golden Glove award winner... led team in RBI... finished her senior campaign with a .464 batting average, 56 hits and 18 RBI... played summer softball with Houston Mystixx Gold, was a First-Team All-District selection at shortstop.

Off The Diamond

Enocksen is the daughter of Jeff and Kim Enocksen... born on March 12, 1990... has one sister - Erika... mother (Kim) was a collegiate tennis player at The University of Houston... majoring in kinesiology.

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KELSEY KAISER 5-4 - Junior - OF - Pasadena Dobie, TX (Dobie)

Honors & Awards - SLC All-Academic Second Team - Capital One Bank/Southland Conference Honor Roll

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KAISER CAREER STATS Year

GP/GS

AVG

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

BB

SO

HBP

SB-ATT

2009

43-41

.236

55

10

13

1

0

0

8

4

5

2

2-3

2010

53-52

.204

93

13

19

1

0

2

9

7

10

3

6-6

Career

96-93

.216

148

23

32

2

0

2

17

11

15

5

8-9

2009-10 [Sophomore]

Southland Conference All-Academic Second Team recipient... twotime Capital One/SLC Commissioner’s Honor Roll honoree... started in 52 games... saw most of her action in left field... batted .204 with two home runs and nine RBI... connected on her first career homer against Central Arkansas (Mar. 13)... registered two or more hits in three games... blasted her second home run of the season at the SLC Tournament against Texas State (May 13).

2008-09[Freshman]

Appeared in 43 games making 31 starts... batted .236 with an on-base percentage of .306 and a slugging percentage of .255...posted 13 hits while driving home 8 runs...recorded two stolen bases and walked four times...connected with her first collegiate hit against UMKC (Feb 20)...went 2-for-3 against Northwestern State (Mar 22) while driving in a pair of runs and scoring once.

Dobie

Earned eight letters, in softball (4), basketball (3), and cross country (1)... was a second team all-district outfielder as a freshman... collected first team all-district laurels as a sophomore... was a third-team all-greater Houston area recipient.... earned second-team all-district accolades during her junior campaign and was a first-team all-district selection as a senior... played summer softball on the Texas TCB 18 Gold squad, Texas Cobras 18 Gold, and Texas Storm D... off the diamond, Kaiser was a member of the National Honor Society, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Webmaster Team and Dobie News (Broadcast Journalism)... graduated seventh in her class of 635 students.

Off The Diamond

Kaiser is the daughter of Tommy and Pamela Kaiser... born May 14, 1990... has two sisters - Carrie and Kayla... father (Tommy) played college football and baseball at the University of Houston... majoring in architecture.

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KARI KARR 5-5 - Junior - OF - Frisco, TX (Frisco)

Honors & Awards - SLC All-Academic Second Team - Capital One Bank/Southland Conference Honor Roll

KARR CAREER STATS GP/GS

AVG

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

BB

SO

HBP

SB-ATT

2009

33-6

.227

22

9

5

0

0

1

2

6

7

0

2-4

2010

35-10

.200

40

7

8

2

1

0

3

2

15

0

2-3

Career

68-16

.210

62

16

13

2

1

1

5

8

22

0

4-7

2009-10 [Sophomore] Appeared in 35 games, making 10 starts in the outfield... batted .200, connecting on eight hits, two doubles and a triple with three RBI... went 2-for-3 against Northern Illinois (Feb. 13) at the Texas State Tournament... had a pair of hits including a double and triple and scored a run at Nicholls State (Mar. 20).

2008-09 [Freshman] Appeared in 33 games as a freshman and started 6... recorded 5 hits in 22 plate appearances driving in two and scoring nine runs... finished the year with a .227 batting average, an on base percentage of .393 and a slugging percentage of .364... connected for her first collegiate home run against A&M Corpus Christi (Apr 19).

Frisco Earned five letters, in softball (3) and track (2)... was a three-time firstteam all-district selection... was a All-District 9-4A outfielder who helped Frisco to a Co-District Championship, Bi-District Championship and Class 4A Region II Quarterfinal berth... was an Academic All-District pick in 2006... played summer softball for the Texas Eastern Elite, Si Ya, Bat Busters, and Texas Elite... off the diamond, Karr was a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes.

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Off The Diamond Karr is the daughter of Jack and Vicki Karr... born January 31, 1990... has one brother - Justin... father (Jack) played college baseball at Phillips University... majoring in kinesiology

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ERICA LEFLORE 5-6 - Junior - C - Forney, TX (Forney)

Honors & Awards

- 2009 All-SLC Honorable Mention Catcher

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LEFLORE CAREER STATS Year

GP/GS

AVG

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

BB

SO

HBP

SB-ATT

2009

33-23

.239

67

2

16

0

0

0

8

5

16

1

0-0

2010

54-54

.235

98

8

23

2

0

2

11

13

28

1

0-0

Career

87-77

.236

165

10

39

2

0

2

19

18

44

2

0-0

2009-10 [Sophomore] Made the transition from catcher to third base where she started in all 54 games... finished the season batting .235, compiling 23 hits with 11 RBI... blasted a pair of homers including her first career home run against Big 12 opponent-Baylor (Mar. 17)... connected on the second homer of her career against McNeese State (Apr. 24)... registered five multi-hit performances... went 3-for-4 with an RBI and run scored at Sam Houston State (Apr. 17).

2008-09 [Freshman Season] Started 23 games while making appearances in 33 games... AllSouthland Conference Honorable Mention recipient... posted 16 hits with 8 RBI... batted .239 with an on-base percentage of .297 and a slugging percentage of .239... recorded first collegiate hit at Central Florida (Feb 13), where she also recorded her first RBI...went 2-for-3 at McNeese St. (Apr 10) where she also batted in two.

Forney LeFlore is a 2006 first-team All-District 11-4A selection... voted catcher of the year... led her team to the Class 4A Region II finals... led the Dallas-Fort Worth area in runs batted in during the 2007... earned first-team All-District honors...off the diamond, LeFlore was a threeyear member of the National Honor Society, History Club and Spanish Honorary.

Off The Diamond LeFlore is the daughter of David and Leslie LeFlore... born April 29, 1990... has two sisters - Erin and Taylor... majoring in kinesiology.

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CHARNE OFFICE 5-4 - Junior - OF - Seabrook, TX (Clear Lake)

Honors & Awards - Capital One Bank/Southland Conference Honor Roll

OFFICE CAREER STATS GP/GS

AVG

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

BB

SO

HBP

SB-ATT

2009

32-9

.200

25

11

5

0

0

0

1

3

10

0

3-4

2010

35-5

.176

17

9

3

0

0

1

2

4

7

1

4-6

Career

67-14

.190

42

20

8

0

0

1

3

7

17

1

7-10

2009-10 [Sophomore]

Saw action in 35 games while making five starts in the outfield... batted .176 with one homer and two RBI... hit first career home run at home against UTSA (Mar. 27)... went 1-for-2 with two walks and run scored at Northwestern State (Apr. 2).

2008-09 [Freshman]

Appeared in 32 games with nine starts... 25 plate appearances had 5 hits and 3 walks...scored 11 runs with an on-base percentage of .276... recorded first collegiate hit against George Mason (Feb 14), where she also had her first RBI... connected on two hits and two runs scored against Texas Southern (Feb 21)... batted .200... Capital One/SLC Commissioner’s Honor Roll honoree.

Clear Lake

A four-time letter winner and three-year varsity starter... led Clear Lake in stolen bases in final two seasons and was a 24-5A first-team alldistrict selection... was part of a program that achieved the best winning record in the last 10 years... recorded a .395 batting average with a .545 on-base percentage... off the diamond, Office finished with a 3.5 grade-point-average.

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Office is the daughter of Kenny and Connie Office... born December 20, 1989... has one sister - Taylor... father (Kenny) played college football at Sacramento City College and San Jose State and in 2007 was inducted into the Sacramento C.C. Hall of Fame... majoring in kinesiology

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COURTNEY ZINK 5-1 - Junior - 2B - Highlands, TX (Sterling)

Honors & Awards - Capital One Bank/Southland Conference Honor Roll

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ZINK CAREER STATS Year

GP/GS

AVG

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

BB

SO

HBP

SB-ATT

2009

47-47

.206

136

18

28

2

0

9

5

8

16

2

8-11

2010

54-54

.241

145

13

35

2

1

0

12

8

28

2

6-8

Career

101-101

.224

281

31

63

4

1

9

17

16

44

4

14-19

2009-10 [Sophomore]

Fifth on the team with a .241 batting average thanks to a career-high 35 hits... finished the Southland Conference Tournament with a .273 average, going 3-for-11 with one triple, two walks and two RBI... recorded a team leading eight multi-hit performances... went 1-for-3 with a double and three RBI against SE Louisiana (Mar. 6)... registered a pair of hits and RBI against UTSA (Mar. 27)... finished 1-for-3 with two RBI and triple at the SLC Tournament against A&M-Corpus Christi... was a Capital One/SLC Commissioners Honor Roll and a Second Team All-SLC Academic Team recipient.

2008-09 [Freshman]

Started all 47 games, batted .206... had 28 hits in her 136 plate appearances, including two doubles... stole eight bases and had an onbase percentage of .260... had three hits against Prairie View A&M (Apr 15) and drove in a run while scoring twice... had 5 RBI and 18 runs scored.

Sterling

Was a two-sport athlete where she earned seven letters in softball (4) and volleyball (3)... part of a program that made the state playoffs in each season... led team to a 96-31 overall record... selected as the Gatorade Rookie of the Year and earned honorable mention all-district laurels as a freshman... earned second-team all-district honors as a sophomore... was named first team all-district, all-area defensive and Offensive Player of the Year as a junior... collected first team all-district honors, named the all-area defensive player of the year, and the Lady Rangers’ Offensive Player of the Year and selected to the All-Greater Houston softball team as a senior... selected to the TGCA (Texas Girls Coaches Association) All-State and Academic All-State teams, collected TXSWA (Texas Sportswriters Association) second-team All-State honors and selected to play in the 4A/5A All-Star game in the summer... in volleyball, led squad to the state playoffs in each season and compiled a 96-29 overall record... set a school record with 1,926 digs playing libero position... was a first team all-district recipient on one occasion, a three-time all-area Defensive Player of the Year and was named to the third-team All-Greater Houston volleyball team in her final season... off the diamond, Zink was a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Rangers Leaders, National Honor Society, National Honor Roll, National Society of High School Scholars, Key Club, and a Student Council Representative...graduated Magna Cum Laude.

Off the Diamond

Zink is the daughter of John and Toni Zink... born March 12, 1990... has one sister -Taylor... majoring in kinesiology.

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Central Arkansas Recorded a 4-5 record on the mound with a 3.34 ERA.

Mesquite Poteet Finished four-year career with a .383 batting average... was a two-time all-state and two-time all-area recipient... as a senior, recorded a 31-10 record with a 1.70 ERA and 413 strikeouts in 275 innings pitched... holds single-season strikeout record with 413 and most wins with 31... holds pitching records for career strikeouts with 1,081 and career wins with 94.... helped the Pirates to three district titles, two quarterfinal titles, one regional title and the 2009 state semi-finals.

Off the Diamond Baker is the daughter of James and Mitzi Baker... born June 1, 1991... has two sisters... majoring in kinesiology.

5-10 - Freshman - P - Frisco, TX (Wakeland)

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Wakeland Named the 2010 and 2009 9-4A MVP... was a First Team All-American Pitcher/ESPN Rise recipient... earned first team All-State pitcher and first team TXSWA-Pitcher... named VYPE MVP and Wakeland team MVP... finished the 2010 season leading the area in wins, home runs, and RBI in a regular season... on the mound, hurled 58 consecutive scoreless innings, pitched three perfect games and recorded 22 shutout wins... as a junior, tossed 198 innings with a 26-7 record, 0.95 ERA with 311 strikeouts... earned first team 9-4A all-district honors and was a first team all-area utility award winner... was a Texas Sports Writers Association All-State player and Louisville Slugger/NFCA South Central All-Region Second Team recipient... as a junior, collected all-state pitcher honorable mention accolades and was a All-Collin County First Team recipient.

Off the Diamond Cantu is the daughter of Ricardo and Debra Cantu... born August 18, 1992... has one sister-Ashley... undeclared major.

CALLIE COLLINS 5-4 - Freshman - P - Rusk, TX (Rusk)

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Rusk Led Rusk HS to a 31-5 record and the 18-3A area championship... selected to the Texas Sports Writer Association All-State Team and was the 18-3A All-District Co-MVP as a junior... finished with a 0.93 ERA with 315 strikeouts as a senior and accumulated 817 career strikeouts... at the plate, recorded a .366 average with 15 doubles and 30 RBI last season.

Off the Diamond Collins is the daughter of Darvin and Betty Collins... born July 17, 1992... has one sister (Amy)... major is kinesiology.

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RACHEL FORSHAW 5-7 - Freshman - C - Coppell, TX (Coppell)

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Coppell Was a four-year letter winner... named district 6-5A Catcher of the Year and Coppell Softball Cowgirl of the Year... earned CHS Female Athlete Fighting Heart Award... named to the Dallas-Fort Worth All-Star Team... helped lead team to the 6-5A area finals as senior and the Regional Quarterfinals as a junior... led team in batting with a .422 average and in RBI... as a junior, earned first team all-district honors and was named Coppell’s Defensive Player of the Year... was a member of the USSSA 18U All-World Series team in 2008 where she earned all-tournament team honors... off the diamond, Forshaw was a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, and Texas Association of Future Educators (TAFE)

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STEPHANIE GONZALEZ 5-7 - Freshman - OF/U - Friendswood, TX (Clear Brook)

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Clear Brook Gonzalez, a middle infielder from Clear Brook HS finished her junior season with a .350 batting average with 25 RBI and 45 stolen bases... earned second team all-district honors and helped Clear Brook to a 24-5A district championship... batted above .300 in her final three seasons... off the diamond, Gonzalez was a member of the National Honor Society, Spanish National Honor Society, Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society and Student Council.

Off the Diamond Gonzalez is the daughter of Jorge and Migdalia Gonzalez... born October 28, 1991... has one brother (Efrain) and two sisters (Christie and Amy)... brother played baseball for Houston Baptist and Richland College... sister-Amy currently plays softball for Samford University... majoring in nursing.

ASHLEY McCARROLL 5-6 - Freshman - OF/C - Forney, TX (Forney)

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Forney Four-year letter winner in softball... first team all-district recipient... named 14-4A Utility Player of the Year... guided the Jackrabbits to four district titles and two quarterfinal titles.

Off the Diamond McCarroll is the daughter of Cary and Jennifer McCarroll... born Dec. 25, 1991... has one brother and one sister... majoring kinesiology.

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Arlington Four-year starter... earned first-team all-district honors... named to the Fort Worth Star-Telegram Super Team with her .533 batting average, .658 on-base percentage and a 1.93 ERA... named AHS’ s Offensive Player of the Year and was the 8-5A Defensive Player of the Year as a senior... helped team’s to three district titles and an area finals appearance... off the diamond, Perez was a member of the National Honor Society, Who’s Who Among American High School Students, and the Spanish Club.

Off the Diamond Perez is the daughter of Kenny and Ann Perez... born April 16, 1990... has one brother (Marcus)... father (Kenny) played baseball at Ranger Junior College, was part of the 1978 National JUCO Baseball Championship and also played at the University of Houston before playing professional baseball in the Mexican league... majoring in philosophy.

KALLAN THOMPSON

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Louisiana Tech

Saw action in 25 games, making seven starts in the outfield or at designated player ... batted .129 batting average with four hits in 31 at bats ... scored seven runs and recorded one RBI ... registered her first collegiate hit in a win over Southeastern Louisiana ... recorded her first RBI in a win over Alcorn State.

Forney

Lettered three years at shortstop... batted .577 as junior with 20 doubles, five triples, two home runs, 57 RBI and 37 stolen bases... missed the majority of her senior year with an injury... named 2008 Offensive Player of the Year for District 10-4A... named to 2008 All-DFW team... helped lead team to the Region 2 4A Finals in 2007 ... was named the Newcomer of the Year for District 12-4A in 2006 ... played select ball for Coach Dwayne Lutz on Texas Glory based out of McKinney.

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Full name is Kallan Brianne Thompson ... is the daughter of Shane and Kristen Thompson... has one sister, Kendall Perkins, who attends North Texas ... undecided major... born Jan. 23, 199.

TAYLOR ZINK 5-7- Freshman - 3B - Highlands, TX (Sterling)

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Sterling HS Earned seven letters in softball (4) and volleyball (3)... part of a 21-5A district program that made the state playoffs in each season... received second-team all-district laurels and was all-area newcomer of the year as a freshman... earned first-team all-district and all-area honors... third-team TXSWA (Texas Sportswriters Association) all-state as a sophomore... named MVP of the Lady Rangers, first-team alldistrict, and was named to the TCGA (Texas Girls Coaches Association) all-state and academic all-state teams as a junior... named the districts’ and the areas’ offensive player of the year... selected to play in and started at shortstop for the inaugural Houston Area All-Star softball games’ east squad in her senior season... as a three-year letterman in volleyball, led squad to the state playoffs in each season... a two year starter at libero... was a second-team all-district recipient her junior year... served as cocaptain and received all-district and all-area defensive player of the year laurels her senior year.

Off the Diamond Zink is the daughter of Johnny and Toni Zink... born July 14, 1992... has one sister (Courtney)-Courtney Zink is a two-year starter for the Mavericks... majoring in kinesiology.

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The University of Texas at Arlington 2010 UT ARLINGTON Team Game-by-Game for UT Arlington (as of Dec 10, 2010) Batting (All games)

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Date

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Feb 12 Feb 12 Feb 13 Feb 13 Feb 14 Feb 19 Feb 19 Feb 20 Feb 20 Feb 21 Feb 27 Feb 27 Feb 27 Feb 28 Feb 28 *Mar 02 *Mar 02 *Mar 03 *Mar 06 *Mar 06 Mar 11 *Mar 13 *Mar 13 *Mar 14 Mar 17 *Mar 20 *Mar 20 *Mar 21 Mar 24 *Mar 27 *Mar 27 *Mar 28 *Apr 02 *Apr 02 *Apr 03 Apr 06 *Apr 10 *Apr 10 *Apr 11 Apr 12 *04/17/2010 *04/17/2010 *Apr 24 *Apr 24 *Apr 25 *May 01 *May 01 *May 02 May 05 May 13 May 13 May 14 May 15 May 15 Totals

Opponent

vs Oklahoma State vs New Mexico vs Northern Illinois vs Northern Illinois at Texas State vs Tulsa vs UTEP vs Wichita State vs Central Arkansas at Baylor at Wichita State TEXAS SOUTHERN at Prairie View A&M WICHITA STATE at Texas Tech at Texas State at Texas State at Texas State SOUTHEASTERN LA. SOUTHEASTERN LA. TEXAS CENTRAL ARKANSAS CENTRAL ARKANSAS CENTRAL ARKANSAS BAYLOR at Nicholls at Nicholls at Nicholls vs North Texas UTSA UTSA UTSA at Northwestern State at Northwestern State at Northwestern State LOUISIANA TECH STEPHEN F. AUSTIN STEPHEN F. AUSTIN STEPHEN F. AUSTIN NEW MEXICO STATE at Sam Houston at Sam Houston MCNEESE STATE MCNEESE STATE MCNEESE STATE at A&M-Corpus Christi at A&M-Corpus Christi at A&M-Corpus Christi NORTH TEXAS vs Nicholls at Texas State vs A&M-Corpus Christi vs Stephen F. Austin at Texas State

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The University of Texas at Arlington 2010 Southland Conference Final Standings SLC Games Team

W-L

Overall Games Pct.

W-L

Stephen F. Austin

20-10

.667

29-20

.592

Texas State

20-10

.667

27-26

.509

2B - Caley Jeter, TAMUCC

UT Arlington

16-12

.571

29-25

.537

3B - Briana Bishop, SFA

McNeese State

17-13

.567

38-27

.585

SS - Caitlyn Ivy, UTSA

A&M-Corpus Christi

16-14

.533

35-22

.614

16-14

.533

25-22

.532

DP - Shay Ristau, UCA

UTSA

15-15

.500

23-29

.422

13-16

.448

25-31

.446

C - Samantha Chumchal , UTA P - Chandler Hall, TXST

Nicholls State Central Arkansas

OF - Kendal Harper, SFA UT - Audrey Wood, NIC

OF - Hannah Schwarz, TAMUCC

P - Monika Covington, SFA

All-Southland Conference Second Team

Sam Houston State

13-16

.448

21-28

.429

1B - Rebecca Collom, UTA

Northwestern State

13-17

.433

27-27

.500

2B - Ashley Struchtemeyer, SFA

.229

3B - Jenna Emery, TXST

C - Brittany Tucker, TAMUCC

SS - Molly Guidry, MCN

UT - Katie Duhe, SLU

3-25

.107

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2010 Southland Conference Tournament Results Hosted by Texas State - San Antonio, Texas - Bobcat Field Thursday - Saturday, May 13-15, 2010

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All-Southland Conference First Team 1B - Kayla Gutowski, SFA

Southeastern La.

Thursday, May 13 Day 1 Game 1 - No. 4 McNeese State 6, No. 5 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, 0 Game 2 - No. 3 UT Arlington 3, No. 6 Nicholls State 2 (10) Game 3 - No. 4 McNeese State 4, No. 1 Stephen F. Austin 1 Game 4 - No. 2 Texas State 10, No. 3 UT Arlington 1 (5) Friday, May 14 Day 2 Game 5 - No. 1 Stephen F. Austin 8, No. 6 Nicholls State 4 Game 6 - No. 3 UT Arlington 3, No. 5 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 2 Saturday, May 15 Day 3 Game 7 - No. 4 McNeese State 1, No. 2 Texas State 0 Game 8 - No. 3 UT Arlington 2, No. 1 Stephen F. Austin 0 Game 9 - No.2 Texas State 4, No. 3 UT Arlington 1 Saturday, May 15 Championship Game Game 10 - No. 4 McNeese State 3, No. 2 Texas State 2

Courtney Enocksen lifted the Mavericks pasted No. 1 seed Stephen F. Austin in the SLC Tournament with a two-run homer.

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2010 Southland Conference Awards

OF - Candice Gauntt, UCA OF - Cassie Redman, TAMUCC

P - Teri Lyles, UTA

OF - Liz Morvant, UCA DP - Margo Hurdt, TAMUCC

P - Meagan Bond, MCN

All-Southland Conference Third Team 1B - Kasey Britt, UCA

OF - Lindsey Langner, MCN

2B - Marissa Koetting, MCN

OF - Megan Gaspard, NIC

3B - Kayla Watterson, NIC

OF - Eric Burford, SHST

SS - Jessica Arana, SFA

P - Lacey Gross, NIC

C - Melanie Bryant, UCA

P - Cara Hulme, UCA

DP - Samantha Roberts, NWST Player of the Year - Kendal Harper, Stephen F. Austin Hitter of the Year - Kayla Gutowski, Stephen F. Austin Pitcher of the Year - Chandler Hall, Texas State Newcomer of the Year - Hannah Schwarz, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Freshman of the Year - Teri Lyles, UT Arlington Coach of the Year - Gay McNutt, Stephen F. Austin

Teri Lyles led the Mavericks with a 2-1 record on the mound, including a shutout win over Stephen F. Austin in the SLC Tournament.

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Team Season Records

Batting Average: ............................................................303................................2007 Runs Scored: ....................................................................247................................2007 Hits: .....................................................................................426................................1983 At Bats:............................................................................1,603................................1992 Doubles: ...............................................................................86................................1999 Triples: ..................................................................................19................................1992 Home Runs: ........................................................................56................................2008 Extra-Base Hits: ...............................................................137................................2007 RBI: ......................................................................................237................................2007 Stolen Bases:.......................................................................98................................1985 Walks: .................................................................................156................................1999 Strikeouts: ........................................................................302................................2003 Fielding Pct.: ....................................................................974................................2008 Double Plays:......................................................................26................................1995 Shutouts Pitched: .............................................................24................................1983 Complete Games: .............................................................54................................1987 Strikeouts Pitched: ................................................ 371 1/3................................2000 Walks Issued: .......................................................... 62 (low)................................2000 ................................................................................. 149 (high)................................2007 Most Games Played: ........................................................63................................1987 Most Wins: ...........................................................................41................................2003 Most Losses: .......................................................................38................................1991 Most Home Wins:..............................................................23................................2003 Most Road Wins:................................................................13....................1985, 2007 Most Neutral Wins: ...........................................................20................................1989 Most Consecutive Wins: .................................................13................................1983 Most Consecutive Home Wins: ....................................17................................1993 Most Consecutive Road Wins: ........................................8......................... 1987,88 Most Consecutive Losses: ................................................9..................1991, 94, 96 Best Home Record:........................................10-0 (1.000)................................1987 ................................................................................ 23-1 (.958)................................2003 Best Road Record:............................................ 10-5 (.667)................................1985 Most SLC Wins:...................................................................23................................2003 Most Consecutive SLC Wins: ...........................................6....1999, 03, 06, 07, 08 Best SLC Winning Pct.:.............................................. (.852)................................2003 Most One-Run Games:....................................................28................................1992 Best One-Run-Game Record: ...................... 14-6 (.700)................................1993 Most Extra-Inning Games: .............................................13..........................1984,86 Best Extra-Inning-Game Record:...................3-1 (.750)................................1996 Longest Game: ...... 25 Innings vs. Minnesota (L, 2-1)................................1980 Note: All records are from 1980 forward

Samantha Chumchal tied UTA’s All-Time career home run record when she hit her 25th at Sam Houston State on April 17, 2010.

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Year 1973 1974 1975 1976

W 11 15 19 8

L 6 4 8 4

T 0 0 0 0

Fall Spring

1976 1977

25 8

3 5

0 0

Fall Spring Fall Spring

1977 1978 1978 1979

23 24 8 17

6 16 22 14

0 0 0 1

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1979 1980 1980 1981 1981 1982 1982 1983 1983 1984

17 34 27 29 27 29 16 39 6 26

14 15 10 24 15 21 8 19 12 25

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

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1984 1985 1985 1986 1986 1987 1987 1988 1988 1989

9 27 5 25 9 36 9 34 4 34

4 22 9 25 5 26 12 27 3 19

0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0

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1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996

3 27 21 32 36 17 22 24

5 24 38 30 23 37 34 30

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

18 16 31 22 25 16 41 24 17 32 36 27 23 29

30 29 25 33 22 30 17 24 26 22 16 22 24 25

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

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State 5th

Reg.

Conf.

Coach Jody Conradt Jody Conradt 1st Jody Conradt 1st Jody Conradt 53-22 (.707)/ 3 years 1st Butch McBroom 1st Butch McBroom 33-8 (.805)/ 1 year 4th Karen Owen Part. Karen Owen Part. Karen Owen Part. Karen Owen 72-58-1 (.553)/ 2 years 4th Randy Porter 7th Randy Porter 3rd Randy Porter 2nd Randy Porter 3rd Randy Porter 4th Randy Porter Randy Porter 2nd Randy Porter Randy Porter 4th Randy Porter 250-163-2 (.605)/ 5 years Rayla Allison 2nd Rayla Allison Rayla Allison T1st Rayla Allison Rayla Allison 2nd Rayla Allison Rayla Allison 2nd Rayla Allison Rayla Allison 1st Rayla Allison 189-152-2 (.558)/ 5 years Anne Campbell 2nd Anne Campbell 5th Anne Campbell 5th Anne Campbell 2nd Anne Campbell 7th Anne Campbell 7th Anne Campbell 6th Anne Campbell 181-221 (.452)/ 7 years 5th Debbie Hedrick 5th Debbie Hedrick 3rd Debbie Hedrick 6th Debbie Hedrick 3rd Debbie Hedrick 7th Debbie Hedrick 1st Debbie Hedrick 4th Debbie Hedrick 5th Debbie Hedrick 3rd Debbie Hedrick 1st Debbie Hedrick 2nd Debbie Hedrick 5th Debbie Hedrick 3rd Debbie Hedrick 357-345-2 (.509)/ 15 years (.540) / 38 years

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HITTING 44 42 42 38 38 37 37 33

Season 2007 2003 1999 2006 2000 1985 1992 1996

70 67 63 63 63 61

Season 2007 1999 2000 1984 1992 1989

Games Pitched Debbie Day Christina Grimes Cassie Brand Tina Northcutt Debbie Day

Doubles Season Kristi Bryant 17 1993 Dorcas Coston 17 1984 Michelle Myska 16 1996 Elizabeth Harsma 16 2000 Autumn Petrino 15 2006 Five tied at 14, most recent Beverly Rowan in 2004

Katie Jones is the only UT Arlington softball player to be named SLC Player of the Year. Jones earned the recognition in 2007.

Home Runs Dee Jay Nelson Katie Jones Amanda Swofford Cara Hulme Rebecca Collom Rebecca Collom Jenna Fortune Dee Jay Nelson Elizabeth Harsma Cindy Spradling Samantha Chumchal

14 13 12 11 10 9 8 8 7 6 6

Season 2007 2007 2008 2010 2008 2010 2006 2006 1998 1982 2010

Fielding Pct. Heather Fortenberry Katie Jones Samantha Chumchal Christina Allen April Clougherty Kristin Moore April Clougherty Autumn Petrino Melanie Williams Lisa Verheul Falon Kwasnick

Extra-Base Hits Katie Jones Lisa Verheul Autumn Petrino Dee Jay Nelson Ali Sanford Cara Hulme Samantha Chumchal Dorcas Coston Tami Freedman Elizabeth Harsma Jenna Fortune

22 22 21 19 19 18 18 18 18 18 18

Season 2007 1999 2006 2007 1996 2010 2010 1985 1999 2000 2006

Stolen Base Percentage Michele Myska Kim McGuire Katie Singleton Maureen Fritz April Jones Tami Freedman

Batting Avg. Katie Jones Melanie Williams Kristin Moore Delana Lightfoot Dee Jay Nelson Brenda Woodland Lisa Verheul Brenda Woodland Katie Jones Katie Jones

.417 .400 .395 .384 .380 .368 .362 .356 .352 .345

Season 2007 2003 2007 1989 2007 1985 1999 1984 2006 2008

RBI Dee Jay Nelson Dee Jay Nelson Lisa Verheul Katie Jones Jenna Fortune Autumn Petrino Ali Sanford Beverly Rowan Tami Martens Elizabeth Harsma

43 36 36 34 34 34 34 33 32 32

Season 2007 2006 1999 2007 2006 2003 1996 2003 1983 1999

Stolen Bases Brenda Woodland Brenda Woodland Jeannie O’Donnell Edwina Wright Tami Martens

36 29 27 26 25

Season 1985 1984 1981 1981 1980

Base on Balls Cara Hulme Kim Fielding Falon Kwasnick Falon Kwasnick Lisa Verheul Lisa Verheul Amanda Swofford

FIELDING 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .998

Season 2010 2008 2008 2008 2008 2007 2006 2004 2003 1997 2003

.923 .917 .916 .913 .909 .909

Season 1995 1997 2004 1987 2004 1999

41 30 28 28 26 25 25

Season 2010 1992 2004 2003 2000 1999 2006

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Season 1988 1994 2000 1987 1989

Shutouts Katy Cox Amy Kyser Teri Lyles

14 12 8

Season 2003 1993 2010

Games Started Debbie Day Cassie Brand Christina Grimes Tina Northcutt Katy Cox

49 42 41 39 37

Season 1988 2000 1994 1987 2003

Complete Games Debbie Day Cassie Brand Tina Northcutt Christina Grimes Andrea Becker

49 41 37 35 32

Season 1988 2000 1987 1994 1998

Innings Pitched Debbie Day Cassie Brand Christina Grimes Tina Northcutt Debbie Day

363 294.1 289 288.1 252.2

Season 1988 2000 1994 1987 1989

31 29 24 23 21

Season 1988 2003 1987 1989 1993

.833 (10-2) .818 (9-2) .806 (29-7) .789 (15-4) .765 (13-4) .750 (15-5) .667 (16-8) .667 (8-4)

Season 1989 1983 2003 2007 2007 1990 1983 1985

ERA Tina Northcutt Monica Whitaker Debbie Day Mindy Brown Tamara Evans

0.54 0.75 0.77 0.78 0.79

Season 1986 1982 1988 1983 1989

Strikeouts Katy Cox Debbie Day Tina Northcutt Katy Cox Katy Cox

306 294 264 236 231

Season 2003 1988 1987 2001 2002

Wins Debbie Day Katy Cox Tina Northcutt Debbie Day Amy Kyser Won-Lost Pct. Tamara Evans Tammy Fetch Katy Cox Laura Jones Heather Fortenberry Karyn McIntyre Mindy Brown Monica Whitaker

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Triples Season Lisa Verheul 9 1999 Cindy Spradling 7 1980 Trish Curtis 6 1980 Shelley Bulin 6 1983 Seven tied at five, most recently Mindy Molinar in 2001

PITCHING

Tina Northcutt finished the 1986 season with a single-season record best ERA of 0.54.

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At Bats Tami Martens Shelley Bulin Brenda Woodard Katy Hermann Edwina Wright

305 303 283 262 227

HITTING

Career (80-83) (80-83) (80-83) (80-82) (80-82)

957 874 858 849 798

Career (80-83) (81-84) (83-86) (80-83) (80-83)

Runs Brenda Woodard Tami Martens Edwina Wright Katy Hermann Cindy Spradling Lisa Verheul

158 143 142 116 112 112

Career (83-86) (80-83) (80-83) (80-83) (80-82) (97-00)

Hits Brenda Woodard Tami Martens Shelley Bulin Katy Hermann Edwina Wright

288 275 239 237 224

Career (83-86) 80-83) (81-84) (80-83) (80-83)

Doubles Autumn Petrino Tami Martens Michele Myska Samantha Chumchal Cynthia Martin Lisa Verheul Belinda Bollom

49 39 34 29 28 27 26

Career (03-06) (80-83) (94-97) (07-10) (80-82) (97-00) (91-94)

Triples Cindy Spradling Shelley Bulin Lisa Verheul Ali Sanford Tami Martens

30 15 15 14 13

Career (80-82) (81-84) (97-00) (94-96) (80-83)

Home Runs Samantha Chumchal Dee Jay Nelson Rebecca Collom Cindy Spradling Cara Hulme Brittany Washington Katie Jones Heather Fortenberry Elizabeth Harsma Autumn Petrino Tami Freedman

25 25 24 22 22 21 16 14 11 11 10

Career (07-10) (04-07) (07(80-82) (07-10) (07-10) (05-08) (07-10) (98-00) (03-06) 98-00)

CAREER RECORDS

Extra-Base Hits Autumn Petrino Tami Martens Dee Jay Nelson Lisa Verheul Elizabeth Harsma Katy Hermann Kristi Bryant

69 61 49 47 44 40 40

Career (03-06) (80-83) (04-07) (97-00) (98-01) (80-83) (90-93)

Batting Avg. Katie Jones Melanie Williams Jeannie O’Donnell Katie Jones Brenda Woodard Cindy Spradling Dee Jay Nelson Lisa Verheul

.367 .356 .351 .345 .336 .315 .302 .294

Career (05-08) (02-03) (80-81) (05-08) (83-86) (80-82) (04-07) (97-00)

RBI Dee Jay Nelson Cindy Spradling Katy Hermann Autumn Petrino Shelley Bulin Tami Martens Elizabeth Harsma

117 116 110 103 92 89 86

Career (04-07) (80-82) (80-83) (03-06) (81-84) (80-83) (98-01)

Stolen Bases Brenda Woodard Edwina Wright Tami Martens Cindy Spradling Katy Hermann

124 85 78 58 56

Career (83-86) (80-83) (80-83) (80-82) (80-83)

Career .925 .857 .841 .800 .759

(83-86) (80-83) (80-82) (80-82) (80-83)

Stolen Base Percentage Brenda Woodard Tami Martens Cindy Spradling Katy Hermann Edwina Wright

Games Started Katie Jones Jill Garro Debbie Day Amy Kyser Cassie Brand

186 108 99 88 80

Career (05-08) (03-06) (87-89) (90-93) (99-00)

Innings Pitched Mindy Brown Tracy Haynie Debbie Day Jill Garro Katy Cox Cara Hulme Amy Kyser

853.1 775.2 753.0 704.0 680.2 592.5 579.7

Career (81-85) (80-82) (87-89) (03-06) (01-03) (07-10) (89-93)

85 82 62 57 50 46

Career (80-83) (81-85) (87-89) (03-06) (01-03) (89-93)

Won-Lost Pct. Monica Whitaker Katy Cox Debbie Day Tina Northcutt Maureen Fritz Tracy Haynie

.652 (15-8) .610 (50-32) .600 (54-36) .600 (27-18) .600 (12-8) .587 (27-19)

Career (82-85) (01-03) (87-89) (85-87) (86-87) (80-83)

Complete Games Debbie Day Jill Garro Christina Grimes Cassie Brand Tina Northcutt Amy Kyser

88 79 77 67 61 57

Career (87-89) (03-06) (91-94) (99-00) (85-87) (89-93)

ERA Kris Huitt Debbie Day Tina Northcutt Mindy Brown Tracy Haynie

0.78 0.78 0.95 1.17 1.25

Career (80-81) (87-89) (85-87) (81-85) (80-82)

Strikeouts Katy Cox Debbie Day Jill Garro Cara Hulme Tracy Haynie Tina Northcutt Christina Grimes

773 615 553 551 526 513 377

Career (01-03) (87-89) (03-06) (07-10) (80-83) (85-87) (91-94)

Shutouts Debbie Day Jill Garro Cara Hulme Teri Lyles

34 18 16 8

Career (87-89) (03-06) (07-10) (10-

Wins Tracy Haynie Mindy Brown Debbie Day Jill Garro Katy Cox Amy Kyser

K AT Y COX Walks Jill Garro Edwina Wright Lisa Verheul Paula Mann Tami Martens Cara Hulme

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Games Pitched Mindy Brown Tracy Haynie Jill Garro Debbie Day Karyn McIntyre Katy Cox

PITCHING 141 90 75 73 67 63

Career (03-06) (80-83) (97-00) (85-88) (80-83) (07-10)

142 139 122 119 104 100

Career (81-85) (80-82) (03-06) (87-89) (89-92) (01-03)

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CONFERENCE HONORS S O U T H L A N D C O N F E R E N C E AWA R D S & H O N O R S ALL-AMERICANS

NCAA TOURNAMENT RESULTS

1989........................................................................Delana Lightfoot

PAN AM TEAM 1979......................................................................... Brenda Marshall

SLC ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM

SLC PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2007...................................................................................Katie Jones

SLC HITTER OF THE YEAR 1985........................................................................Brenda Woodard 2007...................................................................................Katie Jones

SLC PITCHER OF THE YEAR 1986............................................................................ Tina Northcutt 1987............................................................................ Tina Northcutt 1988..................................................................................Debbie Day 2003........................................................................................Katy Cox

Yrs. 1 3 3 1 2 2 3 1 1

W 2 5 3 1 1 0 0 1 0

L 2 6 6 2 4 4 6 2 2

Pct. .500 .455 .333 .333 .200 .000 .000 .333 .000

Runs 4 14 12 1 9 2 11 7 0

Opp 8 11 23 5 15 14 34 21 4

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

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

ALL TIME SOUTHLAND TOURNAMENT RECORDS Stephen F. Austin Sam Houston State Northwestern State Nicholls State Texas State UTSA Southeastern La. McNeese State UT Arlington Louisiana -Monroe* Louisiana-Lafayette* North Texas* Lamar# Arkansas State*

W 12 21 33 20 30 19 6 30 27 26 12 4 4 0

L 7 14 21 15 23 19 7 26 39 28 7 8 10 8

Pct. .632 .600 .611 .571 .566 .500 .462 .536 .409 .481 .632 .333 .286 .000

* No longer competes in the SLC # No longer sponsors softball

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1988...................................................................Delana Lightfoot, C 1989...............................................................................Corrie Hill, 1B ................................................................................. Erena Hwang, OF ........................................................................................Debbie Day, P 1990..........................................................................Kim Fielding, SS 1998................................................................Elizabeth Harsma, 2B 2003.................................................................... Beverly Rowan, DP ...........................................................................Autumin Petrino, OF .......................................................................... Melanie Williams, OF 2006......................................................................Jenna Fortune, 2B ............................................................................Autumn Petrino, OF ........................................................................................Jill Garro, UTA 2007....................................................................Dee Jay Nelson, 1B

University UT Arlington Texas State Nicholls State Louisiana Monroe* McNeese State UTSA Northwestern State Sam Houston State Stephen F. Austin

SLC UTILITY PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2003............................................................................Beverly Rowan 2009................................................................ Heather Fortenberry

SLC NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR 1986............................................................................ Tina Northcutt 1987..............................................................................Maureen Fritz 1988..................................................................................Debbie Day

SLC FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR 2001........................................................................................Katy Cox 2007................................................................ Heather Fortenberry 2010....................................................................................... Teri Lyles

SLC COACH OF THE YEAR 1983............................................................................... Randy Porter 1986................................................................................ Rayla Allison 2003.......................................................................... Debbie Hedrick 2007.......................................................................... Debbie Hedrick

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IIn 1989, catcher DeLana L i g h t fo o t w a s s e l e c t e d a s U TA’s f i r s t - e ve r N C A A A l l - A m e r i c a n s o f t b a l l p l a ye r.

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ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS FFFFFF

AAAAAA Allison, Christine Allison, Tiffiny Allison, Rayla Anderson, Heather Anderson, Courtney Anderson, Courtni

1998-01 1994-97 1973-74 1990-93 2005-06 2004-07

BBBBBB Baird, Jenny Baker, Shannon Becker, Andrea Blankenship, Kristin Blowers, Marty Boerner, Melissa Bollom, Bo Bollom, Melissa Bowen, Janet Bradshaw, Kathleen Brand, Cassie Brennan, Tara Brown, Amanda Brown, Debbie Brown, Mindy Bryant, Kristi Buccola, Jennifer Bulin, Shelley Butterworth, Karen Byrd, Shelley

1981 1992-93 1996-99 2003 1983-85 1996-98 1991-94 1995-97 1981 2005-06 1999-00 1981 2005-08 1981 1983-85 1990-93 2005 1981 1994 1994-95

CCCCCC Calvert, Cathy Carpenter, Christy Carriger, Jessica Cavusoglu, Peri Chambers, Stacey Chumchal, Samantha Clifton, Casey Clougherty, April Collie, Heather Collom, Rebecca Coston, Dorcas Coulter, Amy Jo Cox, Katy Cranston, Chris Criteser, Carleen

2003 1986 2001-03 1989 1996-99 2007-10 2007 2005-08 2007-10 20081985 1991 2001-03 1986-87 1993

DDDDDD

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Day, Debbie Dean, Bridgett Dean, Karianne Domengeaux, Candy Duval, Jeannine

1988-89 1994-97 2005 1993-95 1983-86

EEEEEE Enocksen, Courtney English, Jennifer Escamilla, Kim Escobar, Mindy Evans, Tamara

20092003 1991-94 1999-00 1989-93

Fay, Dee Dee Fetch, Tammy Fielding, Kim Forman, Dawn Fortenberry, Heather Fortune, Jenna Freedman, Tami Fritz, Maureen Fuentes, Elizabeth

1986 1983 1989-92 1992 2007-10 2003-06 1998-00 1987-88 2005-06

GGGGGG Garrick, Amylee Garro, Jill Gaskins, Kellye Gates, Penny Gidley, Anne Gilmore, Traci Gregory, Tracie Grimes, Christina Grimes, Gemilyn Grimes, Tracey

1998-99 2003-06 1993-96 1986 1983-85 1986 1989-92 1991-94 1983 1992-94

HHHHHH Hale, Brandy Haney, Amanda Harding, Lisa Harmon, Kelly Harsma, Elizabeth Haynie, Tracy Hebert, Lauren Henrich, Stacy Herman, Katy Hess, Kristi Hicks, Liz Hill, Corrie Holland, Kiki Huitt, Kris Hulme, Cara Hwang, Erena

1998 2004-05 1993-95 1988-90 1998-01 1981-83 2005 1985-86 1981-83 1993 1983-85 1989 1989-90 1981 2007-10 1988-89

JJJJJJ Jehlen, Annette Johnson, Lisa Johnston, Kimberlee Jones, April Jones, Katie Laura, Jones

1983 1986 1995-98 2001-04 2005-08 2005-08

KKKKKK Kaiser, Kelsey Karr, Kari Keller, Tracey Kirk, Amanda Knight, Linda Koeth, Monica Lightfoot, Delana Linbald, Paula Lommel, Ali

200920091993-95 1999-01 1986 1999-01 1987-90 1983 2000-03

LLLLLL Lanz, Denise Leadbetter, Lacey LeFlore, Erica Lewis, Laura Lightfoot, Delana Linblad, Paula Lommel, Ali Lopez, Lissette

1986 2005-06 20091999-01 1987-90 1983 2000-03 2009-10

MMMMMM Mann, Paula Martens, Tami Martin, Cynthia McGuire, Kim McIntyre, Karyn McKinney, Michelle McMeans, Mandy Miller, Shanna Molinar, Mindy Moore, Kristin Moreno, Lynn Mullen, Natalie Myska, Michele

1986-88 1981-83 1981 1996-98 1989-92 1988-91 1991 1986-89 1999-02 2005-08 1988 2003 1994-97

NNNNNN Nelson, Dee Jay Noblitt, Shannon Nordie, Cassandra Northcutt, Tina

2004-07 1996 2008-09 1986-87

OOOOOO O’Donnell, Jeannie Office, Charne Owens, Stephanie

1981 20092001-03

PPPPPP Parks, Rose Perkins, Lisa Perry, Angela Peterson, Kristin Petrino, Autumn Phillips, Val Poe, Katie Potts, Lucretia

1981 1987 1996-99 1989 2003-06 1983-85 1995-96 1985

RRRRRR Reynard, Lane Reynolds, Joni Rhodes, Kelly Rice, Christy Rivera, Bobbie Jo Roberts, Cindy Robinson, Janelle Rowan, Beverly Russell, Cari Ryan, Michelle

SSSSSS Sanford, Ali Schneider, Angela Scruggs, B.G. Simpson, Whitney Singleton, Katie Snider, Adika Spradling, Cindy Spears, Kelly Staats, Laura Stacy, Elizabeth Stevens, Brittany Stevens, Chris Swatsell, Brittany Swofford, Amanda

1994-96 1994-97 1988-91 2008-09 2003-05 2006 1981 1989-90 1994-95 1996 2005-08 1985 2009-10 2005-08

TTTTTT Temple, Pam Todd, Jana Todd, Jennifer Trcka, Kasey

1983-87 2000 1990 1995

UUUUUU Underhill, Julie Utley, Christy

1985-86 1990-93

VVVVVV Verheul, Lisa Vives, Diane

1997-00 1991-92

WWWWWW Wardlow, Sherri Washington, Brittany Watten, Laura Weaver, Jana Weismiller, Katie Whitaker, Monica Williams, Melanie Wilson, Nicki Woodland, Brenda Woodard, Kim Wright, Candace Wright, Edwina

1999-02 2007-10 1987-91 1997-97 1987 1985 2002-03 2005-06 1985-86 1987 1983 1981-83

ZZZZZZ Zink, Courtney

2009-

1997-98 1993-95 2001-02 1997-98 1992 1992-93 1981 2003-04 1988 1995

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The University of Texas at Arlington ALL-TIME OPPONENTS W 2 0 0 0 2 1 12 3 15 1 0 1 2 1 2 0 0 1 2 16 11 0 1 5 1 0 2 2 1 2 1 2 0 3 4 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 4 0 0 1 2 2 1 1 10 0 1

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L 0 3 1 2 3 2 0 1 46 1 1 1 1 0 0 2 2 0 0 3 2 1 0 0 0 0 6 11 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 5 7 2 1 2 2 0 8 2 5 1 0

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 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

Opponent W Lake Forest College (Ill.) 6 Lamar 10 Long Beach State 0 Louisiana State 2 Louisiana-Lafayette 4 Louisiana-Monroe 45 Louisiana Tech 11 Loyola 0 Loyola-Chicago 2 Loyola Marymount 1 Luther College (Iowa) 2 McNeese State* 44 Maryland-Baltimore County 1 Mary Hardin-Baylor 2 Mercer 2 Michigan 0 Michigan State 1 Midwestern State 5 Minnesota 2 Mississippi 2 Mississippi State 2 Missouri 5 Missouri-Kansas City 4 Missouri State 5 Morehead State 1 Mount Mercy (Iowa) 3 Nebraska 2 Nevada 1 New Mexico 6 New Mexico State 8 Nicholls State* 38 North Dakota State 0 North Texas 24 Northwood 1 Northern Colorado 2 Northern Illinois 2 Northern Iowa 4 Northwestern 0 Northwestern State* 37 Ohio State 1 Oklahoma 15 Oklahoma Baptist 1 Oklahoma City 16 Oklahoma State 5 Ole Miss 0 Oregon 0 Oregon State 0 Pacific 1 Penn State 2 Pittsburgh 2 Prairie View A&M 10 Purdue 0 Quincy (Ill.) 1 Rhode Island 1

L 0 1 2 1 13 43 26 0 0 2 0 39 0 1 0 4 1 0 4 2 0 3 0 3 0 1 9 0 8 9 28 1 11 4 0 2 3 1 31 0 18 0 7 15 0 3 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 0

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

Opponent Rider Rutgers Sacramento State St. Edwards (Texas) St. Mary’s (Neb.) St. Mary’s (Texas) Sam Houston State* Samford San Diego State San Francisco San Jose State South Carolina SE Louisiana* Southern Southern Colorado Southern Illinois Southern Mississippi Southern Utah Stephen F. Austin* Tennessee Tennessee-Martin Tennessee Tech Texas Texas A&M

W 1 1 0 1 1 4 44 0 0 1 0 0 28 2 1 3 2 4 58 0 2 1 2 12 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi* 11 Texas-El Paso 1 Texas-San Antonio* 27 Texas Southern 4 Texas State* 53 Texas Tech 4 Texas Wesleyan 22 Texas Woman’s 0 Troy 1 Tulsa 8 UCLA 0 UNLV 1 UC Santa Barbara 1 Utah 1 Utah State 0 Utah Valley State 1 Virginia Tech 0 Wayne State (Neb.) 4 Winthrop 1 Western Illinois 2 Wichita State 4 William Jewel (Mo.) 1 William Penn (Iowa) 1 Wisconsin-Green Bay 3 Youngstown State 1

L 0 0 1 0 1 3 47 1 1 0 1 5 14 0 0 1 1 1 43 2 0 0 21 59 9 1 38 0 42 6 2 2 0 6 1 3 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 0

T 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

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Opponent Air Force Akron Alabama Arizona Arizona State Arkansas Arkansas State Ball State Baylor Bethune Cookman Bowling Green Brigham Young Buena Vista College Buffalo Butler California Cal State Fullerton Cal State Northridge Cameron (Okla.) Centenary Central Arkansas* Central Florida Central Michigan Central Oklahoma Charlotte Cleveland State Colorado State Creighton DePaul Detroit Mercy Drake Drexel East Carolina Eastern Illinois Emporia State (Kan.) Evansville Florida Florida International Florida State Fresno State George Mason Georgia State Grambling State Hawai’i Houston Houston Baptist Illinois Illinois-Chicago Illinois State Incarnate Word Indiana Iowa Kansas Kansas State Kentucky

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The University of Texas at Arlington AIR FORCE The series: UTA leads, 2-0 In Arlington: UTA leads, 2-0 3/25/87 W 1-0 3/25/87 W 9-3

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AKRON The series: Akron leads, 3-0 Neutral site: Akron leads, 3-0 3/19/88 L 0-1 3/19/90 L 0-8 3/19/90 L 3-4 (10)

Arlington Arlington

Houston Pasadena Pasadena

ALABAMA The series: Alabama leads, 1-0 In Tuscaloosa: Alabama leads, 1-0 2/28/03 W 4-1

Tuscaloosa, Ala.

ARIZONA The series: Arizona leads, 2-0 Neutral site: Arizona leads, 2-0 2/20/87 L 0-13 2/15/91 L 1-3

Tucson, Ariz. Tucson, Ariz.

ARIZONA STATE The series: Arizona State leads, 3-2 Neutral site: Arizona State leads, 3-2 3/15/84 L 0-4 2/20/87 L 0-3 4/13/90 W 3-0 4/14/90 W 4-3(10) 3/20/92 L 0-5 ARKANSAS The series: Arkansas leads, 2-1 In Arlington: Arkansas Leads, 1-0 Neutral site: Series tied, 1-1 2/12/99 L 1-2 2/11/05 L 4-5 2/18/05 W 3-0 ARKANSAS STATE The series: UTA leads, 12-0 In Arlington: UTA leads 7-0 In Jonesboro: UTA leads, 2-0 Neutral site: UTA leads, 3-0 In SLC play: UTA leads, 10-0 In SLC Tournament: UTA leads, 2-0 4/17/83 W* 7-1 4/17/83 W* 9-0 4/18/83 W* 11-0 4/18/83 W* 5-0 4/06/85 W* 11-2 4/07/85 W* 12-0 4/20/85 W# 1-0 4/12/86 W* 8-4 4/13/86 W* 6-1 4/25/86 W# 11-0 4/04/87 W* 8-1 4/05/87 W* 9-0 BALL STATE The series: UTA leads, 3-1 In Arlington: UTA leads, 2-1 Neutral site: UTA leads, 1-0 3/04/88 W 5-1 3/05/88 W 3-1 3/08/89 L 0-1 3/10/90 W 5-1 BALOR The series: Baylor leads, 46-15 In Arlington: Baylor leads, 16-9

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ALL-TIME RESULTS

Norman, Okla. Tucson, Ariz. Okla. City, Okla. Okla. City, Okla. Houston

Arlington Las Cruces, N.M. Corpus Christi

Arlington Arlington Arlington Arlington Jonesboro Jonesboro Monroe, La. Arlington Arlington Arlington Beaumont Beaumont

Arlington Arlington Arlington Irving

In Waco: Baylor leads, 28-4 Neutral site: Series tied, 2-2 4/26/82 L 4/26/82 L 4/27/82 W 4/27/82 W 4/28/83 L 4/28/83 L 5/03/83 L 5/03/83 L 3/30/84 W 4/17/84 L 4/17/84 L 4/10/85 L 4/10/85 L 3/05/86 L 3/05/86 L 3/08/86 L 4/09/86 L 4/09/86 L 3/21/87 W 4/01/87 W 4/01/87 W 3/11/88 W 4/21/88 L 4/21/88 W 4/08/96 W 4/08/96 W 2/16/97 L 3/26/97 L 3/26/97 L 4/16/97 L 4/16/97 L 3/25/98 L 3/25/98 W 4/07/98 W 4/07/98 L 3/03/99 W 3/03/99 L 4/14/99 L 4/14/99 L 2/08/00 L 2/08/00 L 2/11/00 L 3/15/00 L 3/15/00 L 2/09/01 L 3/20/01 L 3/20/01 W 4/25/01 L 4/25/01 L 2/02/02 L 2/03/02 L 3/13/02 L 1/31/03 L 2/02/03 L 2/19/03 W 3/02/04 L 3/24/04 L 3/08/05 L 4/06/05 L 2/2110 L 3/17/10 L

2-3 0-2 2-0 2-0 0-3 1-3 0-1 1-2 5-4 0-2 0-1 0-3 1-14 1-3 1-4 4-5 1-2 1-3 (10) 7-4 2-1 4-1 8-0 1-2 1-0 6-1 4-0 2-7 0-2 2-5 3-11 0-1 1-2 4-3 4-3 1-8 2-0 2-3 4-5 1-2 1-2 1-5 2-7 1-2 0-6 1-5 0-2 11-3 0-1 3-6 1-6 0-5 3-4 1-9 1-2 10-0 1-2 1-2 0-8 5-10 0-5 3-5

BETHUNE COOKMAN The series: Tied, 1-1 Neutral site: Series tied, 1-1 2/09/01 L 4-5 2/14/04 W 2-0 BOWLING GREEN The series: BGSU leads, 1-0 Neutral site: BGSU leads, 1-0

Waco Waco Arlington Arlington Waco Waco Arlington Arlington Waco Waco Waco Waco Waco Waco Waco Waco Arlington Arlington Houston Waco Waco Norman, Okla. Arlington Arlington Arlington Arlington Grand Prairie Arlington Arlington Waco Waco Waco Waco Arlington Arlington Arlington Arlington Waco Waco Arlington Arlington Arlington Waco Waco Grand Prairie Arlington Arlington Waco Waco Waco Waco Waco Waco Waco Arlington Arlington Waco (#8) Waco Arlington (#25) Waco Arlington

Grand Prairie San Antonio

2/14/09

W

2-3

BRIGHAM YOUNG The series: Tied, 1-1 In Arlington: UTA leads, 1-0 Neutral site: Brigham Young leads, 1-0 2/08/01 W 1-0 2/11/06 L 2-5

Orlando, Fla.

Arlington (#25)Honolulu

BUENA VISTA COLLEGE (IOWA) The series: UTA leads, 2-1-1 In Arlington: UTA leads, 2-1-1 3/24/82 W 2-1 3/24/82 L 0-3 (10) 3/18/84 W 3-0 3/18/83 (T) 0-0

Arlington Arlington Arlington Arlington

BUFFALO The series: UTA leads 1-0 Neutral site: UTA leads, 1-0 2/16/07 W 4-3

Las Cruces, N.M.

BUTLER The series: UTA leads, 2-0 In Arlington: UTA leads, 2-0 3/09/99 W 12-4 3/09/99 W 4-3

Arlington Arlington

CALIFORNIA The series: Cal leads, 2-0 Neutral site: Cal leads, 2-0 3/18/88 L 0-2 2/15/91 L 0-2

Houston Tucson, Ariz.

CAL STATE FULLERTON The series: Cal State Fullerton leads, 2-0 Neutral site: Call State Fullerton leads, 2-0 2/21/87 L 1-9 Tucson, Ariz. 2/17/91 L 1-2 Tucson, Ariz. CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE The series: UTA leads, 1-0 Neutral site: UTA leads, 1-0 3/05/89 W 3-2 (11) Las Vegas. Nev. CAMERON (OKLA) The series: UTA leads, 2-0 In Lawton, Okla.: UTA leads, 2-0 3/06/85 W 8-5 3/06/85 W 10-2 CENTENARY The series: UTA leads, 16-3 In Arlington: UTA leads, 9-1 In Shreveport: UTA leads, 4-2 Neutral site: UTA leads, 3-0 4/02/88 W 2-1 3/22/91 W 5-2 (8) 3/23/93 W 3-2 3/23/93 W 4-0 2/15/94 W 2-0 3/15/94 L 0-2 3/15/94 L 0-2 3/09/95 W 3-2 3/09/95 W 8-0 2/17/96 W 6-3 2/05/00 W 11-4 2/05/00 W 10-4 2/01/03 W 2-1 2/02/03 W 5-0 4/09/03 W 2-0 4/09/03 W 5-1 3/07/07 W 3-1

Lawton, Okla. Lawton, Okla.

Arlington Shreveport, La. Arlington Arlington Arlington Shreveport, La. Shreveport, La. Arlington Arlington Grand Prairie Shreveport, La. Shreveport, La Waco Waco Arlington Arlington Arlington

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Shreveport, La.

CENTRAL ARKANSAS The series: UTA leads, 11-2 In Conway, Ark.: UTA leads, 4-2 Neutral site: 1-0 In SLC play: UTA leads, 10-2 4/28/07 W* 4-0 Conway, Ark. 4/28/07 W* 4-0 Conway, Ark. 4/29/07 W* 5-1 Conway, Ark. 5/3/08 W* 7-0 Arlington 5/3/08 W* 6-1 Arlington 5/4/08 W* 4-0 Arlington 2/28/09 L* 1-2 Conway, Ark. 2/28/09 W* 4-1 Conway, Ark. 3/1/09 L* 2-3 Conway, Ark. 2/20/10 W 5-3 San Marcos, TX 3/13/10 W* 7-4 Arlington 3/13/10 W* 9-3 Arlington 3/14/10 W* 5-2 Arlington CENTRAL FLORIDA The series: UCF leads, 1-0 In Orlando, Fla.: UCF leads, 1-0 2/13/09 L 1-5

Orlando, Fla.

CENTRAL OKLAHOMA The series: UTA leads, 5-0 In Arlington: UTA leads, 5-0 4/16/82 W 7-0 4/22/83 W 7-0 4/13/84 W 6-0 4/19/85 W 3-0 4/18/86 W 4-3 (8)

Arlington Arlington Arlington Arlington Arlington.

CHARLOTTE The series: UTA leads, 1-0 Neutral site: UTA leads, 1-0 4/17/93 W 2-1 Chattanooga, Tenn COLORADO STATE The series: Colorado State leads, 6-2 Neutral site: Colorado State leads, 6-2 3/20/87 L 2-4 3/05/89 L 0-2 3/13/92 W 6-1 3/22/92 W 3-0 3/25/94 L 3-4 3/04/95 L 3-8 2/14/04 L 2-5 2/15/08 L 7-12 CREIGHTON The series: Creighton leads, 11-2 In Arlington: Creighton leads, 2-1 Neutral site: Creighton leads, 9-1 3/10/85 L 0-4 3/10/85 L 0-10 3/14/85 L 0-6 3/09/86 L 0-1 3/12/87 W 5-4 (8) 3/07/88 W 1-0 3/07/88 L 0-4 3/08/89 L 0-4 3/10/89 L 2-4 3/11/89 L 1-2 4/05/91 L 4-5 (8) 2/18/94 L 0-1 (10) 2/22/04 L 5-8

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Houston Las Vegas, Nev. College Station Houston San Jose, Calif. College Station San Antonio Las Cruces, N.M.

Waco Waco Norman, Okla. Waco Norman, Okla. Arlington Arlington Arlington Norman, Okla. Norman, Okla. Okla. City, Okla. Grand Prairie Denton

Orlando, Fla.

DETROIT MERCY The series: UTA leads, 2-0 Neutral site: UTA leads, 2-0 2/16/96 W 5-3 2/15/97 W 3-0

Grand Prairie Grand Prairie

DRAKE The series: UTA leads, 1-0 Neutral site: UTA leads, 1-0 3/23/89 W 1-0

Orlando, Fla.

DREXEL The series: UTA leads, 2-0 Neutral site: UTA leads, 2-0 3/23/89 W 1-0 (8) 2/17/01 W 1-0

Orlando, Fla. Starkville, Miss.

EAST CENTRAL The series: East Carolina leads, 1-0 Neutral site: East Carolina leads, 1-0 3/17/99 L 1-6

Orlando, Fla.

EASTERN ILLIONIS The series: UTA leads, 3-1 In Arlington: Series tied, 1-1 Neutral site: UTA leads, 2-0 3/23/91 W 1-0 Shreveport, La. 3/23/91 W 3-1 (10) Shreveport, La. 3/26/92 W 2-1 Arlington 3/26/92 L 3-4 Arlington EMPORIA STATE (KAN.) The series: UTA leads, 4-0 In Arlington: UTA leads, 4-0 3/12/85 W 4-2 3/12/85 W 2-1 3/10/86 W 9-0 3/10/86 W 7-5

Arlington Arlington Arlington Arlington

EVANSVILLE The series: UTA leads, 1-0 Neutral site: UTA leads, 1-0 3/20/89 W 9-2 FLORIDA The series: Florida leads, 2-1 Neutral site: Florida leads, 2-1 1/31/03 L 4-5 2/10/03 L 1-3 5/16/03 W 2-0

Orlando, Fla.

Waco Waco Tallahassee, Fla.

FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL The series: Fla. International leads, 1-1 Neutral site: Fla. International leads, 1-0 2/08/08 L 0-4 FLORIDA STATE The series: UTA leads, 2-0 In Tallahassee, Fla.: UTA leads, 1-0 Neutral site: UTA leads, 1-0 4/14/90 W 2-0 5/15/03 W 1-0 FRESNO STATE The series: Fresno State leads, 1-0 Neutral site: Fresno State leads, 1-0 3/02/91 L 0-1 GEORGE MASON The series: UTA leads, 2-0

Miami, Fla.

Okla. City, Okla. Tallahassee, Fla.

San Antonio

Neutral site: UTA leads, 2-0 3/19/99 W 2/14/09 W

5-1 8-0

Orlando, Fla. Orlando, Fla.

GEORGIA STATE The series: UTA leads, 1-0 Neutral site: UTA leads, 1-0 4/18/93 W 2-0 Chattanooga, Tenn. GRAMBLING STATE The series: UTA leads, 1-0 Neutral site: UTA leads, 1-0 4/18/93 W 2-0 Chattanooga, Tenn. HAWAII The series: Hawaii leads, 5-1 In Honolulu, Hawaii: Hawaii leads, 4-1 Neutral site: Hawaii leads, 1-0 2/26/93 L 1-2 2/14/02 L 2-8 2/16/02 L 0-6 2/17/02 L 0-7 2/09/06 L 4-10 2/12/06 W 6-2

Las Cruces, N.M. Honolulu, Hawaii Honolulu, Hawaii Honolulu, Hawaii Honolulu, Hawaii Honolulu, Hawaii

HOUSTON The series: Houston leads, 7-4 In Arlington: Houston leads, 3-1 In Houston: Houston leads, 3-2 Neutral site: Series tied, 1-1 2/09/01 W 7-3 4/18/01 L 2-4 4/18/01 W 10-0 3/19/03 L 1-4 3/19/03 L 0-3 2/06/04 L 2-5 3/16/04 W 3-2 3/16/04 L 2-4 3/07/06 L 4-6 (11) 3/07/06 L 1-4 2/09/07 W 4-2

Grand Prairie Houston Houston Houston Houston Austin Arlington Arlington Arlington Arlington Houston

HOUSTON BAPTIST The series: HBU leads, 2-0 In Arlington: HBU leads, 2-0 2/20/09 L 1-6 2/22/09 L 1-2

Arlington Arlington

ILLINOIS The series: Illinois leads, 1-0 In Arlington: Illinois leads, 1-0 2/08/03 L 0-5

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CENTRAL MICHIGAN The series: UTA leads, 1-0 Neutral Site.: UTA leads, 1-0 2/17/07 W 12-1 Las Cruces, N.M.

DEPAUL The series: UTA leads, 1-0 Neutral site: UTA leads, 1-0 3/22/89 W 2-0

ILLINOIS-CHICAGO The series: Illinois-Chicago leads, 2-1 In Arlington: Illinois-Chicago leads, 1-0 Neutral site: Series tied, 1-1 2/15/98 L 2-4 Grand Prairie 2/11/00 L 0-10 Arlington 2/15/08 W 3-2 Las Cruces, N.M. ILLINOIS STATE The series: Tied, 2-2 Neutral site: Series tied, 2-2 4/15/83 W 1-0 4/16/83 W 4-2 3/12/87 L 3-4 3/15/92 L 5-8 INCARNATE WORD The series: UTA leads, 2-0 In Arlington: UTA leads, 2-0 3/23/87 W 9-0 3/23/87 W 8-0

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LAKE FOREST COLLEGE (ILL.) The series: UTA leads, 6-0 In Arlington: UTA leads, 6-0 3/06/83 W 11-1 3/06/83 W 19-0 3/07/83 W 12-1 3/07/83 W 9-0 3/11/84 W 8-0 3/13/84 W 4-0 LAMAR The series: UTA leads, 10-1 In Arlington: UTA leads, 1-0 In Beaumont: UTA leads, 5-0 Neutral site: UTA leads, 4-1 In SLC Play: UTA leads, 6-1 In SLC Tournament: UTA leads, 2-0 4/30/83 W 1-0 3/31/84 W 8-2 4/27/84 W# 18-4 4/13/85 W* 1-0 4/14/85 W* 2-1 4/05/86 L* 4-7 4/06/86 W* 6-3 4/04/87 W* 7-1 4/05/87 W* 3-2 (8) 4/17/87 W* 2-0 4/25/87 W# 7-1

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LONG BEACH STATE The series: Long Beach State leads, 2-0 Neutral site: Long Beach State leads, 2-0 3/04/90 L 1-2 College Station 2/15/02 L 0-5 Honolulu LSU

The series: UTA leads, 2-1 In Baton Rouge: Series tied, 1-1 Neutral site: UTA leads, 1-0 3/18/82 W 1-0 (9) 4/24/82 L 1-2 (11) 4/24/82 W 2-1

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LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE The series: ULL leads, 13-4 In Arlington: ULL leads, 3-0 In Lafayette, La.: ULL leads, 5-2 Neutral site: ULL leads, 5-2 In SLC Play: ULL leads, 4-1 In SLC Tournament: UTA leads, 2-1 4/23/83 L 2-3 4/30/83 W# 6-3 4/13/84 L 1-4 4/13/85 L* 0-3 4/14/85 L* 1-7 4/20/85 L 3-4 4/05/86 W 1-0 (9) 4/06/86 L* 3-5 (10) 3/01/87 L 2-4 (10) 3/28/87 W* 1-0 3/28/87 L* 0-2 4/25/87 W# 2-1 4/25/87 L# 1-6 3/18/88 L 0-3 3/19/88 L 1-2 (9) 3/23/90 L 2-3 3/23/90 L 0-1 LOUISIANA-MONROE The series: UTA leads, 45-43 In Arlington: UTA leads, 27-18 In Monroe, La.: ULM leads, 18-10 Neutral site: UTA leads, 8-7 In SLC Play: UTA leads, 37-32 In SLC Tournament: ULM leads, 5-3

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LOUISIANA TECH The series: Louisiana Tech leads, 26-11 In Arlington: Louisiana Tech leads, 9-8 In Ruston, La.: Louisiana Tech leads, 12-1 Neutral site: Louisiana Tech leads, 5-2 4/17/82 L 0-1 Arlington 4/30/82 L 5-6 (10) Ruston, La. 4/30/82 L 0-1 (8) Ruston, La. 5/01/82 L 0-5 Ruston, La. 5/01/82 L 3-4 Ruston, La. 3/03/83 L 0-1 Arlington 3/03/83 L 0-2 Arlington 2/25/84 L 0-2 Arlington 2/25/84 L 1-7 Arlington 3/03/90 L 0-1 (9) College Station 3/24/90 L 0-6 Ruston, La. 4/08/90 W 1-0 Arlington 4/08/90 W 1-0 Arlington 3/14/91 L 1-2 Houston 2/29/92 W 4-1 Arlington 3/01/92 W 4-0 Arlington 3/13/92 L 0-2 College Station 3/20/92 W 5-1 Houston 3/02/95 L 0-3 College Station 4/27/96 L 1-6 Ruston, La. 4/27/96 L 2-9 Ruston, La. 2/17/97 W 1-0 Arlington 2/17/97 L 1-5 Arlington 4/13/98 L 0-8 Ruston, La. 4/13/98 L 0-4 Ruston, La. 2/15/99 L 1-15 Arlington 2/15/99 W 2-0 Arlington 2/12/00 W 2-0 Arlington 2/20/00 W 4-1 Monroe, La. 4/06/00 W 3-0 Ruston, La. 4/06/00 L 2-3 Ruston, La. 3/03/01 L 1-5 Corpus Christi 3/29/06 W 2-0 Arlington 3/29/06 L 4-6 Arlington 2/21/07 L 5-6 Ruston, La. 2/21/07 L 1-5 Ruston, La. 4/6/10 L 2-5 Arlington LOYOLA-CHICAGO The series: UTA leads, 2-0 Neutral site: UTA leads, 2-0 2/29/96 W 8-5 Las Cruces, N.M. 3/03/01 W 4-0 Corpus Christi LOYOLA MARYMOUNT The series: Loyola Marymount leads, 2-1 Neutral site: Loyola Marymount leads, 2-1 2/09/06 L 5-8 Honolulu, Hawaii 2/12/06 W 10-0 Honolulu, Hawaii 2/18/07 L 4-13 Las Cruces, N.M. LUTHER COLLEGE (IOWA) The series: UTA leads, 2-0 In Arlington: UTA leads, 2-0 3/21/85 W 1-0 3/21/85 W 10-1

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MARYLAND-BALTIMORE COUNTY (UMBC) The series: UTA leads, 1-0 Neutral site: UTA leads, 1-0 3/20/99 W 8-1 Orlando, Fla. MARY HARDIN-BAYLOR The series: UTA leads, 2-1 In Arlington: UTA leads, 2-1 3/21/95 W 4-0 3/21/95 W 5-0 3/06/96 L 2-9 MERCER The series: UTA leads, 2-0 Neutral site: UTA leads, 2-0 2/15/02 W 7-0 2/16/02 W 3-1

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MICHIGAN The series: Michigan leads, 4-0 Neutral site: Michigan leads, 4-0 2/26/89 L 2-5 Albuquerque, N.M. 2/26/89 L 2-4 Albuquerque, N.M. 2/09/07 L 0-8 Houston 2/10/07 L 4-7 Houston MICHIGAN STATE The series: Tied, 1-1 Neutral site: Series tied, 1-1 3/21/89 W 1-0 Orlando, Fla. 2/26/93 L 1-2 Las Cruces, N.M. MIDWESTERN STATE The series: UTA leads, 5-0 In Arlington: UTA leads, 4-0 Neutral site: UTA leads, 1-0 3/24/83 W 2-1 3/24/83 W 5-0 3/25/83 W 2-0 3/25/83 W 3-1 4/08/83 W 7-2

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MINNESOTA The series: Minnesota leads, 4-2 In Arlington: Minnesota leads, 2-0 Neutral site: Series tied, 2-2 2/16/91 W 4-0 2/17/95 W 1-0 2/15/96 L 1-5 2/15/96 L 5-8 3/02/96 L 4-12 2/16/97 L 0-2

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MISSISSIPPI The series: Tied, 2-2 In Arlington: UTA leads, 1-0 Neutral site: Mississippi leads, 2-1 2/13/98 L 1-2 2/12/00 W 1-0

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MISSISSIPPI STATE In Arlington: Series tied, 2-2 Neutral site: UTA leads, 3-1 3/16/82 L 0-1 (10) 3/16/82 W 4-3 (13) 3/13/86 W 2-1 (9) 3/10/88 W 3-1 3/12/88 W 6-5 (11) 3/14/88 W 3-1 3/14/88 L 1-2 2/9/08 L#21 0-4

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MISSOURI The series: UTA leads, 5-3 In Arlington: Series tied, 2-2 Neutral site: UTA leads, 3-1 3/16/82 L 0-1 (10) 3/16/82 W 4-3 (13) 3/13/86 W 2-1 (9) 3/10/88 W 3-1 3/12/88 W 6-5 (11) 3/14/88 W 3-1 3/14/88 L 1-2 2/9/08 L#21 0-4

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MISSOURI-KANSAS CITY (UMKC) The series: UTA leads, 4-0 In Arlington: UTA leads, 3-0 Neutral site: UTA leads, 1-0 2/11/05 W 3-2 Las Cruces, N.M. 3/28/07 W 8-5 Arlington 3/28/07 W 10-2 Arlington 2/20/09 W 2-1 Arlington MISSOURI STATE The series: UTA leads, 5-3 In Arlington: UTA leads, 1-0 Neutral site: UTA leads, 4-3 3/18/83 L 0-2 3/22/89 W 9-2 3/24/90 W 5-2 (9) 3/23/91 L 0-7 4/05/91 L 0-1 3/27/92 W 5-0 3/19/93 W 7-0 2/21/04 W 3-2

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MOREHEAD STATE The series: UTA leads, 1-0 Neutral site: UTA leads, 1-0 3/18/99 W 3-2

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MOUNT MERCY (IOWA) The series: UTA leads, 3-1 In Arlington: UTA leads, 3-1 3/19/84 W 8-6 3/19/84 W 6-3 3/21/84 W 2-0 3/21/84 L 0-3 NEBRASKA The series: Nebraska leads, 9-2 In Arlington: Nebraska leads, 4-0 Neutral site: Nebraska leads, 5-2 3/18/82 W 8-1 3/26/84 L 2-3 3/26/84 L 1-6 3/24/86 L 0-1 3/24/86 L 0-2 3/19/87 L 3-9 3/03/90 L 0-1 4/06/91 L 0-3

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MCNEESE STATE The series: UTA leads, 44-39 In Arlington: MCN leads, 16-14 In Lake Charles, La.: UTA leads, 17-15 Neutral site: UTA leads, 13-8 In SLC Play: UTA leads, 36-31 In SLC Tournament: McNeese State leads, 7-4 4/29/83 L# 1-4 Beaumont 4/30/89 L# 3-4 Beaumont 4/27/84 L# 1-2 Lafayette, La. 4/06/85 W* 5-3 Jonesboro, Ark. 4/07/85 W* 5-1 Jonesboro, Ark. 4/27/85 W# 3-1 Monroe, La. 3/22/86 W* 1-0 (11) Denton 3/23/86 W* 4-3 (8) Denton 4/11/87 W* 1-0 Lake Charles, La. 4/12/87 L* 2-3 Lake Charles, La. 4/24/87 L# 0-3 Denton 4/25/87 W# 5-4 Denton 4/09/88 W* 9-0 Denton 4/10/88 W* 4-2 Denton 4/29/88 W# 3-0 Natchitoches, La. 4/08/89 W 2-0 Nacogdoches 4/09/89 W* 3-0 Nacogdoches 3/09/90 W* 6-4 (9) Irving 4/22/90 W* 1-0 Lake Charles, La. 4/22/90 W* 8-3 Lake Charles, La. 4/27/90 L# 0-1 San Marcos 4/20/91 L* 3-4 (10) Arlington 4/20/91 W* 3-0 Arlington 4/21/91 W* 4-3 Arlington 4/21/91 L* 1-2 Arlington 3/07/92 W* 5-4 Lake Charles, La. 3/07/92 W* 4-0 (9) Lake Charles, La. 3/08/92 W* 2-0 Lake Charles, La. 3/08/92 L* 1-2 Lake Charles, La. 5/01/93 W* 1-0 Lake Charles, La. 5/01/93 W* 1-0 Lake Charles, La. 3/12/94 L* 1-8 Arlington 3/12/94 L* 1-8 Arlington 3/13/94 L* 2-11 Arlington 3/13/94 L* 1-6 (10) Arlington 3/24/95 L* 2-10 Lake Charles, La. 3/24/95 L* 1-5 Lake Charles, La. 3/25/95 L* 0-2 Lake Charles, La. 3/25/95 L* 3-5 Lake Charles, La. 2/24/96 L 3-7 Monroe, La. 4/06/96 L* 1-2 Arlington 4/06/96 L* 2-9 Arlington 4/07/96 L* 0-5 Arlington 3/22/97 W* 1-0 Lake Charles, La. 3/22/97 L* 1-5 Lake Charles, La. 3/23/97 W* 6-0 Lake Charles, La. 3/28/98 L* 6-7 Lake Charles, La. 3/28/98 W* 5-1 Lake Charles, La. 3/29/98 W* 5-4 Lake Charles, La. 3/30/99 L* 3-7 Arlington 3/30/99 L* 3-9 Arlington 3/31/99 L* 1-3 Arlington 4/29/00 L* 3-4 Lake Charles, La. 4/29/00 L* 0-4 Lake Charles, La. 4/30/00 W* 7-5 Lake Charles, La. 5/05/00 L# 1-4 Natchitoches, La. 3/13/01 L* 0-1 Arlington 3/13/01 W* 1-0 Arlington 3/23/02 L* 3-4 Lake Charles, La. 3/23/02 L* 2-7 Lake Charles, La. 3/24/02 L* 1-3 Lake Charles, La. 2/22/03 W* 9-3 Arlington 2/22/03 W* 1-0 Arlington 2/23/03 W* 4-3 Arlington 2/26/04 W* 3-1 Arlington 2/26/04 W* 4-0 Arlington 2/26/05 L* 1-2 Lake Charles, La. 2/26/05 W* 4-0 Lake Charles, La.

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NEW MEXICO STATE The series: New Mexico State leads, 9-8 In Arlington: UTA leads, 3-0 In Las Cruces: New Mexico State leads, 4-2 Neutral site: New Mexico State leads, 5-3 3/30/84 L 0-2 Waco 2/19/87 L 0-2 Tucson, Ariz. 2/26/88 L 1-3 Albuquerque, N.M. 2/24/89 W 8-2 Albuquerque, N.M. 2/24/89 L 0-6 Albuquerque, N.M. 2/14/91 W 5-2 Tucson, Ariz. 3/01/91 L 1-2 Las Cruces, N.M. 2/13/93 W 5-2 Arlington 2/14/93 W 1-0 Arlington 2/27/93 W 4-2 Las Cruces, N.M. 3/26/94 L 2-3 (9) San Jose, Calif. 3/10/96 L 1-6 Las Cruces, N.M. 2/14/98 W 2-1 Grand Prairie 2/12/05 L 1-5 Las Cruces, N.M. 2/17/07 L 0-7 Las Cruces, N.M. 2/17/08 W 3-2 Las Cruces, N.M. 4/12/10 W 4-1 Arlington

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NICHOLLS STATE The series: UTA leads, 37-28 In Arlington: UTA leads, 14-11 In Thibodaux, La.: UTA leads, 20-12 Neutral site: Nicholls leads, 5-4 In SLC Play: UTA leads, 34-23 In SLC Tournament: UTA leads, 4-3 3/22/91 L 0-1 (8) 5/02/92 W* 2-1 5/02/92 L* 4-5 5/03/92 W* 1-0 5/03/92 L* 2-3 3/06/93 W* 6-5 3/06/93 W* 1-0 3/07/93 W* 1-0 3/07/93 W* 3-1 4/09/94 L* 0-4 4/09/94 L* 2-10 4/10/94 W* 5-4 4/10/94 L* 4-5 2/25/95 L* 2-3 2/25/95 L* 1-2 2/26/95 L* 2-8 2/26/95 L* 1-4 2/23/96 L 0-6 3/09/96 W* 4-1 3/09/96 L* 2-5 3/10/96 W* 11-6 4/28/97 L* 1-4 4/28/97 L* 2-5 5/01/97 L# 0-10 2/23/98 L* 2-3 2/24/98 L* 0-3 2/24/98 L* 0-2 4/30/98 L# 0-4 3/06/99 W* 5-3 3/06/99 W* 8-5 3/07/99 W* 3-0 4/15/00 W* 6-1 4/15/00 W* 5-2 4/16/00 W* 9-1 3/10/01 W* 2-1 3/10/01 W* 10-0 3/11/01 W* 7-5 3/15/02 W* 2-0 3/15/02 W* 9-1 3/16/02 W* 8-0 3/08/03 W* 3-2 3/08/03 W* 4-2

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NORTH DAKOTA STATE The series: NDSU leads, 1-0 Neutral site: NDSU leads 1-0 2/16/08 L 7-6 Las Cruces, N.M. NORTH TEXAS The series: UTA leads, 24-11 In Arlington: UTA leads, 13-6 In Denton: UTA leads, 9-4 Neutral site: Series tied, 1-1 In SLC Play: UTA leads, 8-0 In SLC Tournament: North Texas leads, 2-0 4/09/82 W 8-0 Fort Worth 3/23/85 W* 9-1 Arlington 3/24/85 W* 10-0 Arlington 4/16/85 W 2-1 Arlington 4/16/85 W 8-0 Arlington 4/23/85 W 9-0 Denton 4/23/85 W 6-2 Denton 4/27/85 L# 0-4 Monroe, La. 3/01/86 W 14-0 Denton 3/01/86 L 3-4 Denton 3/22/86 W* 4-3 (10) Denton 3/23/86 W* 4-3 Denton 3/26/86 L 1-2 Arlington 3/26/86 W 10-0 Arlington 4/20/86 W 4-1 Arlington 4/25/86 L# 0-1 Arlington 3/08/87 W* 6-0 Denton 3/08/87 W* 3-0 Denton 4/08/87 W 2-1 Arlington 3/04/88 W 4-0 Arlington 3/05/88 W 4-0 Arlington 3/19/88 W 5-0 Houston 4/07/88 W* 2-0 Arlington 4/07/88 W* 5-4 Arlington 2/22/04 L 3-4 Denton 3/23/04 W 10-2 Denton 4/21/04 W 2-1 Arlington 4/04/07 W 1-0 (8) Denton 4/25/07 L 3-6 Arlington 3/26/08 L 7-1 Arlington 3/26/08 W 10-5 Arlington 4/30/08 L 2-3 Denton 3/17/09 L 1-8 Denton 3/24/10 L 0-2 Arlington 5/5/10 L 2-3 (8) Arlington NORTHWOOD The series: Northwood leads, 3-1

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NORTHERN COLORADO The series: UTA leads, 2-0 Neutral site: UTA leads, 2-0 3/16/84 W 1-0 Norman, Okla. 2/04/05 W 6-0 San Marcos NORTHERN ILLINOIS The series: Series tied, 2-2 Neutral site: Series tied, 2-2 3/15/84 L 2-6 Houston 3/13/92 L 0-4 College Station 2/13/10 W 5-4 San Marcos 2/13/10 W 2-1 San Marcos NORTHERN IOWA The series: UTA leads, 4-3 In Arlington: Northern Iowa leads, 3-1 Neutral site: UTA leads, 3-0 3/23/81 W 1-0 (9) Arlington 3/23/81 L 1-2 Arlington 3/17/82 W 6-1 Okla. City, Okla. 3/10/88 W 11-0 Norman, Okla. 3/22/88 L 0-1 Arlington 3/22/88 L 2-6 (11) Arlington 3/11/89 W 3-2 Norman, Okla. NORTHWESTERN The series: Northwestern leads, 1-0 Neutral site: Northwestern leads, 1-0 2/19/94 L 1-3

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OKLAHOMA STATE The series: Oklahoma State leads, 15-5 In Arlington: Oklahoma State leads, 2-0 In Stillwater, Okla.: Oklahoma State leads, 1-0 Neutral site: Oklahoma State leads, 12-5 3/15/84 L 3-4 Okla. City, Okla. 3/14/86 W 2-1 Norman, Okla. 4/15/87 L 0-1 Norman, Okla. 3/12/88 L 0-2 Norman, Okla. 4/13/88 L 0-7 Norman, Okla. 4/12/89 W 2-1 Norman, Okla. 3/10/90 L 1-5 Irving 4/14/90 W 2-1 Okla. City, Okla. 3/02/91 L 1-3 (8) Las Cruces, N.M. 3/14/91 L 0-1 Houston 4/06/91 L 0-5 Okla. City, Okla. 2/29/92 L 0-8 Arlington 3/01/92 L 0-1 Arlington 2/25/93 L 0-7 Las Cruces, N.M. 3/20/93 L 1-2 Stillwater, Okla. 2/16/96 W 5-4 Grand Prairie 2/10/01 W 5-1 Grand Prairie 2/09/02 L 1-3 Grand Prairie 2/21/04 L 0-3 Denton 2/12/10 L 0-12(5) San Marcos OREGON The series: Oregon leads, 3-0 In Arlington: Oregon leads, 2-0 Neutral site: Oregon leads, 1-0 3/01/91 L 2-3 2/13/99 L 2-13 2/13/00 L 3-11

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PRAIRIE VIEW A&M The series: UTA leads, 10-0 In Arlington: UTA leads, 8-0 In Prairie View, TX: UTA leads, 1-0 Neutral site: UTA leads, 1-0 3/31/04 W 13-0 Arlington 3/31/04 W 16-0 Arlington 2/17/06 W 1-0 Irving 2/23/07 W 5-0 Arlington 2/24/07 W 18-0 Arlington 4/02/08 W 12-4(5) Arlington 4/02/08 W 3-0 Arlington 4/15/09 W 6-0 Arlington 4/15/09 W 11-0 Arlington 2/27/10 W 9-0(6) Prairie View, TX PURDUE The series: Tied, 0-0-1 Neutral site: Series tied, 0-0-1 3/04/01 (T) 0-0 QUINCY (ILL.) The series: Tied, 1-1 In Arlington: Series tied, 1-1 3/18/92 L 4-5 3/18/92 W 8-2

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Orlando, Fla.

RIDER The series: UTA leads, 1-0 Neutral site: UTA leads, 1-0 3/19/99 W 7-2

Orlando, Fla.

RUTGERS The series: UTA leads, 1-0 Neutral site: UTA leads, 1-0 3/21/89 W 3-0

Orlando, Fla.

SACRAMENTO STATE The series: Sacramento State leads, 1-0 Neutral site: Sacramento State leads, 1-0 2/14/91 L 2-3

Tucson, Ariz.

ST. EDWARDS (TEXAS) The series: UTA leads, 1-0 Neutral site: UTA leads, 1-0 4/08/95 W 3-0

Tulsa, Okla.

ST. MARY’S (NEB.) The series: Series tied 1-1 In Arlington: Tied 1-1 3/18/85 L 1-2 3/18/85 W 5-0 ST. MARY’S (TEXAS) The series: UTA leads, 4-3 In Arlington: Series tied, 2-2 In San Antonio: Series tied 1-1 Neutral site: UTA leads, 1-0 3/30/85 W 2-0 3/30/85 L 0-1 (15) 4/18/85 W 5-0 4/19/85 L 2-3 4/02/88 L 0-1 (8) 4/02/88 W 6-1 3/10/90 W 3-2

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SAMFORD The series: Samford leads, 1-0 Neutral site: Samford leads, 1-0 4/17/93 L 1-5 Chattanooga, Tenn. SAN DIEGO STATE The series: San Diego State leads, 1-0 Neutral site: San Diego State leads, 1-0 3/04/89 L 2-6 Las Vegas, Nev. SAN FRANCISCO The series: UTA leads, 1-0 Neutral site: UTA leads, 1-0 2/21/87 W 10-1

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SAN JOSE STATE The series: San Jose State leads, 1-0 In San Jose, Calif.: San Jose State leads, 1-0 3/25/94 L 1-11 (5) San Jose, Calif. SOUTH CAROLINA The series: South Carolina leads, 5-0 Neutral site: South Carolina leads, 5-0 4/16/83 L 3-4 Ruston, La. 3/14/85 L 2-13 Norman, Okla. 3/23/90 L 1-3 Ruston, La. 4/16/93 L 0-3 Chattanooga, Tenn. 2/15/09 L 0-2 Orlando, Fla. SOUTHEASTERN LOUISIANA The series: UTA leads, 28-14 In Arlington: UTA leads, 17-3 In Hammond, La.: UTA leads, 11-9 Neutral site: Southeastern Louisiana leads, 2-0 In SLC Play: UTA leads, 23-12 In SLC Tournament: SE Louisiana leads, 2-0 3/18/89 W 6 -1 Hammond, La. 3/18/89 W 10-0 Hammond, La. 3/14/98 L* 0-2 Hammond, La. 3/14/98 W* 4-1 Hammond, La. 3/15/98 W* 4-3 Hammond, La. 4/30/98 L# 3-5 Natchitoches, La. 3/14/99 W* 10-4 Arlington 3/14/99 W* 4-2 Arlington 3/15/99 W* 5-4 Arlington 4/08/00 W* 4-2 Hammond, La. 4/08/00 W* 11-4 Hammond, La. 4/09/00 L* 3-4 Hammond, La. 3/16/01 W* 7-3 Arlington 3/16/01 W* 1-0 Arlington 3/17/01 L* 1-2 Arlington 5/04/01 L# 0-1 San Marcos 3/03/02 W* 3-1 Hammond, La. 3/03/02 L* 1-7 Hammond, La. 3/04/02 L* 2-4 Hammond, La. 3/15/03 W* 13-0 Arlington 3/15/03 W* 5-3 Arlington 3/16/03 W* 3-0 Arlington 4/03/04 W* 4-3 Arlington 4/03/04 W* 6-3 Arlington 4/04/04 L* 1-2 Arlington 3/19/05 L* 6-7 Hammond, La. 3/19/05 L* 2-3 Hammond, La.

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SOUTHERN The series: Samford leads, 1-0 Neutral site: Samford leads, 1-0 4/17/93 L 1-5 Chattanooga, Tenn. SOUTHERN COLORADO The series: UTA leads, 1-0 Neutral site: UTA leads, 1-0 3/01/96 W 10-2 Las Cruces, N.M. SOUTHERN ILLINOIS The series: UTA leads, 3-1 Neutral site: UTA leads, 3-1 3/15/92 W 7-5 College Station 2/19/00 L 0-5 Monroe, La. 2/20/00 W 1-0 Monroe, La. 2/18/01 W 3-0 Starkville, Miss. SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI The series: UTA leads, 2-1 Neutral site: UTA leads, 2-1 2/18/00 L 0-5 Monroe, La. 2/10/06 W 2-1 Honolulu, Hawaii 2/12/06 W 6-1 Honolulu, Hawaii SOUTHERN UTAH The series: UTA leads, 4-1 Neutral site: UTA leads, 4-1 3/04/89 W 4-0 Las Vegas, Nev. 2/29/96 W 14-2 Las Cruces, N.M. 2/21/97 W 3-2 San Antonio 2/22/97 W 6-5 San Antonio 2/23/97 L 0-1 San Antonio STEPHEN F. AUSTIN The series: UTA leads, 58-43 In Arlington: UTA leads, 24-15 In Nacogdoches: UTA leads, 22-20 Neutral site: UTA leads, 10-6 In SLC Play: UTA leads, 42-35 In SLC Tournament: SFA leads, 2-1 4/09/82 W 2-0 Fort Worth 5/07/82 W 8-1 Edmond, Okla. 4/08/83 W 7-1 Fort Worth 4/09/83 L 3-4 Fort Worth 4/22/83 W 5-0 Arlington 4/23/83 W 2-1 Arlington 3/30/84 L 2-6 Waco 4/12/84 L 1-4 Arlington 4/17/87 L 0-1 Arlington 4/09/88 W* 2-0 Denton 4/10/88 L* 0-1 (9) Denton 4/29/88 L# 2-3 Natchitoches, La. 3/04/89 W 5-2 Las Vegas., Nev. 4/08/89 L* 0-1 Nacogdoches 4/09/89 W* 2-0 Nacogdoches 4/29/89 W# 4-2 Huntsville 3/23/91 W 3-0 Shreveport, La. 3/29/91 L* 0-1 Nacogdoches

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3/29/91 4/27/91 4/27/91 4/07/92 4/07/92 4/25/92 4/25/92 3/09/93 3/09/93 4/06/93 4/06/93 3/26/94 4/22/94 4/22/94 2/18/95 4/21/95 4/21/95 4/22/95 4/22/95 2/24/96 3/19/96 3/20/96 3/20/96 4/18/97 4/18/97 4/19/97 4/09/98 4/09/98 4/10/98 4/24/99 4/24/99 4/25/99 2/13/00 2/26/00 2/26/00 2/27/00 4/28/01 4/28/01 4/29/01 2/09/02 4/08/02 4/08/02 4/26/03 4/26/03 4/27/03 4/17/04 4/17/04 4/18/04 4/16/05 2/26/00 2/27/00 4/28/01 4/28/01 4/29/01 2/09/02 4/08/02 4/08/02 4/26/03 4/26/03 4/27/03 4/17/04 4/17/04 4/18/04 4/16/05 4/16/05 4/17/05 4/22/06 4/22/06 4/23/06 3/17/07 3/17/07 3/18/07 3/21/08 3/21/08 3/22/08

TEXAS A&M-COPUS CHRISTI The series: UTA leads, 11-9 In Arlington: UTA leads, 6-2 In Corpus Christi: TAMUCC leads, 6-4 Neutral site: Series tied, 1-1 In SLC Play: UTA leads, 5-2 3/04/01 L 1-2 Corpus Christi 2/05/05 L 0-1 San Marcos 2/20/05 L 0-5 Corpus Christi 4/04/06 W 4-1 Arlington 4/04/06 W 8-0 (5) Arlington 4/27/06 L 4-5 (9) Corpus Christi 4/27/06 W 6-0 Corpus Christi 4/06/07 W* 7-0 Arlington 4/06/07 W* 10-2 Arlington 4/07/07 W* 7-4 Arlington 4/12/08 W* 6-2 Arlington 4/12/08 W* 2-0 Arlington

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The University of Texas at Arlington In SLC Play: UTSA leads, 31-21 In SLC Tournament: UTSA leads, 5-1 3/25/92 W 2-0 3/25/92 W 2-1 3/14/93 W* 3-0 3/14/93 W* 6-0 4/02/94 L* 2-3 4/02/94 L* 2-3 4/30/94 L* 0-2 4/03/94 L* 0-3 3/12/95 W* 1-0 3/12/95 W* 4-2 4/29/95 L* 0-3 4/29/95 L* 2-3 4/20/96 W* 1-0 4/20/96 L* 1-2 4/21/96 L* 1-7 2/22/97 L 0-1 4/06/97 W* 8-0 4/06/97 L* 3-7 4/07/97 L* 0-3 5/01/97 L# 0-1 4/04/98 L* 1-3 4/04/98 L* 3-7 4/05/98 L* 0-3 4/10/99 W* 6-4 4/10/99 L* 9-13 4/11/99 W* 17-6 3/25/00 L* 0-3 3/25/00 L* 3-6 3/26/00 L* 1-3 3/31/01 W* 2-0 3/31/01 W* 1-0 4/01/01 W* 1-0 2/09/02 W 1-0 3/29/02 L* 1-10 3/29/02 W* 2-0 3/30/02 L* 1-6 3/29/03 W* 4-0 3/29/03 W* 8-2 3/30/03 W* 9-2 3/6/04 L* 3-6 3/6/04 L* 4-5 3/7/04 W* 2-1 5/10/04 L# 3-6 4/23/05 W* 4-2 4/23/05 L* 1-9 4/24/05 L* 1-10 4/29/06 L* 1-5 4/29/06 L* 1-3 4/30/06 L* 2-10 5/06/06 L# 5-7 (9) 5/7/06 L# 3-8 3/3/07 L* 0-8 3/3/07 W* 1-0 3/4/07 L* 2-10 5/11/07 W# 6-2 3/8/08 L* 2-1 3/8/08 W* 1-0(8) 3/9/08 W* 2-0 3/15/09 W* 5-3 (9) 3/15/09 L* 5-8 3/16/09 L* 3-5 5/8/09 L# 3-12 (5) 3/27/10 W* 8-0(5) 3/27/10 W* 5-3 3/28/10 L* 5-6 TEXAS SOUTHERN The series: UTA leads, 4-0 In Arlington: UTA leads, 4-0 3/14/06 W 4-1 3/14/06 W 3-0 2/21/09 W 9-1 2/27/10 W 5-0

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TEXAS STATE The series: UTA leads, 53-42 In Arlington: UTA leads, 27-16 In San Marcos: UTA leads, 22-23 Neutral site: Series tied, 4-4 In SLC Play: UTA leads, 38-29 In SLC Tournament: TXST leads, 5-3 3/09/85 L 1-5 3/09/85 W 8-5 (8) 4/17/85 L 1-2 4/17/95 W 7-1 3/08/86 W 2-0 3/29/86 W 1-0 (10) 3/29/86 W 3-2 3/02/87 W 1-0 3/02/87 W 3-0 4/18/87 W 3-0 (10) 4/23/88 L* 0-1 (9) 4/24/88 W* 3-0 3/31/89 W* 4-1 3/31/89 W* 1-0 5/12/89 W^ 2-1 5/12/89 W^ 6-0 4/06/90 W* 3-1 4/06/90 W* 1-0 4/27/90 W# 4-3 3/26/91 W* 4-2 4/09/91 W* 4-2 4/09/91 W* 5-3 3/31/92 W* 4-3 3/31/92 W* 6-5 4/23/92 L* 0-1 4/23/92 W* 2-0 3/13/93 W* 4-0 3/13/93 W* 5-0 4/14/93 W* 3-2 4/14/93 W* 5-1 3/05/94 W* 3-0 3/05/94 W* 5-0 4/29/94 W* 1-0 4/29/94 L* 5-6 2/18/95 L 3-4 (11) 2/19/95 W 3-2 3/11/95 W* 4-1 3/11/95 L* 0-4 4/28/95 L* 1-2 4/28/95 L* 2-4 4/13/96 W* 3-2 4/13/96 L* 3-5 4/14/96 W* 2-0 3/28/97 L* 4-5 3/28/97 W* 5-4 3/29/97 W* 5-4 3/10/98 W* 5-2 3/10/98 W* 1-0 3/11/98 L* 1-8 4/02/99 L* 2-4 4/02/99 W* 6-1 4/03/99 W* 7-1 4/30/99 L# 2-3 2/13/00 L 0-1 3/18/00 W* 5-3 3/18/00 L* 6-7 3/19/00 L* 2-7 4/07/01 L* 0-2 4/07/01 L* 2-3 4/08/01 L* 0-5 5/05/01 L# 1-9 4/27/02 L* 0-1 4/27/02 L* 1-3 4/28/02 L* 0-1 4/05/03 W* 3-2 4/05/03 W* 5-3 4/06/03 L* 3-4 4/25/04 W* 2-0

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TEXAS TECH The series: Texas Tech leads, 6-4 In Arlington: Texas Tech leads, 4-1 In Lubbock: Series Tied, 1-1 Neutral site: UTA leads, 2-1 4/13/84 L 0-4 4/14/84 L 0-4 2/23/96 W 4-0 2/12/97 W 3-1 2/23/97 L 3-4 4/12/06 W 3-2 4/12/06 L 0-4 4/22/08 W 5-3(9) 4/22/08 L 8-1 2/28/10 L 2-3

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TEXAS WESLEYAN The series: UTA leads, 22-2 In Arlington: UTA leads, 10-1 In Fort Worth: UTA leads, 12-1 5/04/82 W 7-2 5/04/82 W 4-1 3/08/83 W 4-0 3/08/83 W 5-0 4/06/83 W 5-1 4/06/83 W 1-0 4/08/83 W 11-2 4/12/83 W 7-3 4/12/83 W 4-0 4/20/83 W 3-2 4/20/83 W 5-0 3/13/84 W 4-2 4/04/84 W 9-6 4/04/84 W 10-2 4/19/84 L 0-1 4/19/84 W 3-2 2/23/95 W 3-1 2/23/95 W 6-3 4/11/95 W 2-1 4/11/95 W 6-1 2/08/96 W 10-2 2/08/96 W 14-0 4/01/97 L 1-2 4/01/97 W 5-1

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TEXAS WOMEN’S The series: Texas Woman’s leads, 2-0

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The University of Texas at Arlington TROY The series: UTA leads, 1-0 Neutral site: UTA leads, 1-0 3/20/99 W 4-2

3/12/03 3/12/03 Orlando, Fla.

TULSA The series: UTA leads, 8-6 In Arlington: UTA leads, 4-2 In Tulsa, Okla.: Tulsa leads, 3-0 Neutral site: UTA leads, 4-1 2/20/93 W 3-1 2/20/93 W 6-0 2/19/94 L 2-3 2/20/94 W 5-3 4/07/95 L 0-6 2/25/96 W 5-4 2/12/98 L 4-6 2/14/98 W 8-1 2/12/99 W 4-0 4/18/07 L 0-1 4/18/07 W 5-0 4/16/08 L 1-5 4/16/08 L 0-9(5) 2/19/10 W 3-2

Arlington Arlington Grand Prairie Grand Prairie Tulsa, Okla. Monroe, La. Arlington Grand Prairie Arlington Arlington Arlington Tulsa, Okla. Tulsa, Okla. San Marcos

Tucson, Ariz.

UC SANTA BARBARA The series: UTA leads, 1-0 Neutral site: UTA leads, 1-0 2/20/87 W 5-2

Tucson, Ariz.

UNLV The series: UNLV leads, 3-1 Neutral site: UNLV leads, 3-1 2/26/88 L 2-7 2/28/88 L 2-3 2/23/90 W 4-3 2/23/90 L 1-3

Albuquerque, N.M. Albuquerque, N.M. Albuquerque, N.M. Albuquerque, N.M.

UTAH The series: Tied, 1-1 Neutral site: Series tied, 1-1 3/05/89 W 3-2 2/08/02 L 0-3

Las Vegas, Nev. Grand Prairie

UTAH STATE The series: Utah State leads, 1-0 Neutral site: Utah State leads, 1-0 3/03/89 L 0-4

Las Vegas, Nev.

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WICHITA STATE The series: Wichita State leads, 6-4 In Arlington: Wichita State leads, 1-0 Neutral site: Wichita State leads, 5-2 3/13/86 W 5-0 2/26/93 W 1-0 2/27/93 L 3-6 3/20/93 L 2-4 3/20/93 L 1-3 2/20/04 L 1-3 2/05/05 L 0-5 2/17/06 W 12-1 2/20/10 W 3-1 2/27/10 L 0-1

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Norman, Okla. Las Cruces, N.M. Las Cruces, N.M. Stillwater, Okla. Stillwater, Okla. Denton San Marcos Irving Waco Arlington

WILLIAM JEWEL (MO.) The series: UTA leads, 1-0 Neutral site: UTA leads, 1-0 3/22/91 W 8-1 Shreveport, La. WILLIAM PENN (IOWA) The series: UTA leads, 1-0 In Arlington: UTA leads, 1-0 3/11/86 W 2-0

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WISCONSIN-GREEN BAY The series: UTA leads, 3-0 In Arlington: UTA leads, 1-0 Neutral site: UTA leads, 2-0 4/02/88 W 3-2 Arlington 3/20/90 W 5-0 Pasadena, Texas 3/01/91 W 2-1 (9) Las Cruces, N.M. YOUNGSTOWN STATE The series: UTA leads, 1-0 Neutral site: UTA leads, 1-0 3/20/89 W 2-0

Orlando, Fla.

Key: * - Southland Conference game # - Southland Conference tournament game ^ - Southland Conference playoff

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UTAH VALLEY STATE The series: UTA leads, 1-0 Neutral site: UTA leads, 1-0 2/13/05 W 9-1 Las Cruces, N.M. WAYNE STATE (NEB.) The series: UTA leads, 4-0 In Arlington: UTA leads, 4-0 3/08/84 W 6-0 3/08/84 W 11-0 3/05/87 W 4-0 3/05/87 W 3-1 WINTROP The series: UTA leads, 1-0 Neutral site: UTA leads, 1-0 2/17/01 W 3-0

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Starkville, Miss.

WESTERN ILLNOIS The series: UTA leads, 2-0 In Arlington: UTA leads, 2-0

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The University of Texas at Arlington Head Coach: Jody Conradt Fall 1973 (11-6) Dallas Baptist Dallas Baptist at Texas Woman’s at Texas Woman’s v. North Texas (T1) v. Stephen F. Austin (T1) v. Tarleton State (T1) v. Wayland Baptist (T1) at Texas Woman’s (T2) v. North Texas (T2) at Texas Woman’s (T2) at Texas Woman’s (T2) v. Wayland Baptist (T3) v. Sam Houston State (T3) v. Tarleton State (T3) v. Texas-Pan American (T3) v. Texas Woman’s (T3)

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Fall 1974 (15-4) v. Mary Hardin-Baylor (T1) v. Lamar (T1) v. Texas State (T1) v. Stephen F. Austin (T1) v. Texas Women’s (T1) v. Texas A&M Kingsville (T2) v. Sam Houston State (T2) at Texas Woman’s (T2) Dallas Baptist (T3) Sam Houston State (T3) North Texas Texas Woman’s v. Texas A&M-Kingsville (T4) at Lamar (T4) v. Texas Woman’s (T4) v. Texas Woman’s (T4) v. Lamar (T5) v. Sam Houston State (T5) at Stephen F. Austin (T5)

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T1 - Texas A&M Tour., College Station, 1st place T2 - Texas Woman’s Tour., Denton, 2nd place T3 - AIAW Zone Tour., Arlington, 3rd place T4 - Lamar Tour., Beaumont, 1st place T5 - AIAW State Tour., Nacogdoches, did not place Fall 1975 (19-8) Autsin College v. Baylor (T1) v. Sam Houston State (T1) v. Lamar (T1) v. Stephen F. Austin (T1) v. Sam Houston State (T1) North Texas v. Lamar (T2) v. Sam Houston State (T2) at Texas Woman’s (T2) v. West Texas State (T2) v. Sam Houston State (T2) v. Texas A&M (T2) v. Texas A&M (T2) at Texas Woman’s Austin College (T3) Stephen F. Austin (T3) Texas Woman’s at North Texas v. Stephen F. Austin (T4) v. Texas Woman’s (T4) at Sam Houston State (T4) v. Texas Woman’s (T4) v. Baylor (T5) at Stephen F. Austin (T5) v. Texas A&M (T5)

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T1- Texas A&M Tour., College Station, 2nd Place T2- Texas Woman’s Tour., Denton, 2nd Place T3- AIAW Zone Tour., Arlington, 2nd Place T4- Sam Houston State Tour., Huntsville, 1st Place T5- AIAW State Tour., Nacogdoches, 1st Place Spring 1976 (8-4) Oklahoma State (T1) v. Oklahoma State (T1) at Oklahoma State (T1) v. Wichita State (T1) Fort Worth Dusters (T2) Duncanville Indians (T2) Houston Amateurs (T2) Fort Worth Dusters (T2) v. Northern Colorado (T3) v. South Carolina (T3) v. Kansas (T3) v. Northern Iowa (T3)

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T1- Texas A&M Tour., College Station, 3rd Place T2- Texas Woman’s Tour., Denton, 3rd Place T3- Sam Houston State Tour., Huntsville, 3rd Place T4- Lamar Tour., Beaumont, 3rd Place T5- AIAW State Tour., Nacogdoches, did not place

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M9 Kearney State (Neb.) M9 Kearney State (Neb.) M10 Texas A&M M10 Texas A&M M22 v. Ohio State^ M22 v. Tarkio (Mo.)^ M23 at Oklahoma^ M23 v. Texas A&M^ M26 Missouri State M26 Missouri State M27 Tarkio (Mo.) M27 Tarkio (Mo.) M30 at Texas Woman’s M30 v. Missouri St.% M30 v. Indiana% M31 v. Baylor% M31 v. Macomb (Ill.)% M31 at Texas Woman’s A6 Texas A&M$ A6 v. Kansas State$ A7 at Missouri State$ A7 v. Minnesota$ A10 Texas Woman’s A10 Texas Woman’s A17 Texas Wesleyan A17 Texas Wesleyan A24 at Texas Wesleyan A24 at Texas Wesleyan A25 Texas Woman’s A25 Texas Woman’s M3 v. Stephen F. Austin# M4 v. LSU#

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^ - Oklahoma Tour., Okla., did not place % - Texas Woman’s Tour., Denton, did not place $ - Missouri State Tour., Springfield, Mo., did not place # - AIAW Regional Tour., Norman, Okla., did not Place

Spring 1978 (24-16) NW Missouri NW Missouri v. Wayne State (Mich.) (T1) v. Tarkil (Mo.) (T1) at Oklahoma (T1) v. Tarkio (Mo.) (T1) v. Minnesota (T1) v. Minnesota (T1) v. Wayne State (Mich.) (T1) v. Wayne State (Mich.) (T1) v. Texas Wesleyan (T2) v. Oklahoma (T2) v. Tarkio (Mo.) (T2) v. Wayne State (Mich.) (T2) v. Sam Houston State (T2) v. Stephen F. Austin (T2) Texas Woman’s v. Baylor (T3) v. Sam Houston State (T3) v. Texas Wesleyan (T3) at Stephen F. Austin (T3) v. Texas Tech (T3) v. Angelo State(T4) v. Sam Houston State (T4) v. Texas Tech (T4) v. Texas A&M (T4) v. Stephen F. Austin (T4) Texas Woman’s Texas Woman’s Texas Woman’s Texas Woman’s v. Baylor (T5) v. Angelo State (T5) v. Stephen F. Austin (T5) at Texas A&M (T5) v. Texas Tech (T5) v. Sam Houston State (T5) v. Texas A&M (T6) v. Stephen F. Austin (T6) v. Oklahoma State (T6)

at Texas A&M (T1) v. Sam Houston State (T1) v. Trinity (Texas) (T1) v. Baylor (T1) v. Baylor (T2) v. Angelo State (T2) v. Texas A&M (T2) v. Stephen F. Austin (T2) v. Sam Houston State (T2) Texas Woman’s Texas Woman’s v. St. Mary’s (Texas) (T3) v. Texas Woman’s (T3) at Sam Houston State (T3) v. West Texas A&M (T3) v. Baylor (T3) v. Texas Woman’s v. Texas Woman’s Texas Wesleyan Texas Wesleyan Texas Wesleyan Texas Wesleyan v. Texas Woman’s (T4) v. Texas A&M (T4) v. West Texas A&M (T4) v. Sam Houston State (T4) at Stephen F. Austin (T4) v. Baylor (T4) v. Texas Woman’s (T5) at Stephen F. Austin (T5)

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T1 - Oklahoma Tour., Norman, Okla., did not place T2 - Texas Woman’s Tour., Denton, 4th place T3 - Stephen F. Austin Tour., Nacogdoches, 2nd Place T4 - Texas Wesleyan Tour., Fort Worth, 3rd Place T5 - Texas A&M Tour., College Station, 5th Place T6 - AIAW Regional Tour., Denton, 5th Place

Head Coach: Randy Porter Fall 1979 (17-14) West Texas State West Texas State v. Trinity (Texas) (T1) v. Sam Houston State (T1) v. Baylor (T1) v. St. Mary’s (Texas) (T1) v. Sam Houston State (T1) Texas Wesleyan Texas Wesleyan v. Oklahoma State (T2) at Texas Woman’s (T2) v. Sam Houston State (T2) v. West Texas A&M (T2) v. Angelo State (T2) Texas Woman’s Texas Woman’s v. Texas Woman’s (T3) v. Baylor (T3) v. Oklahoma (T3) at Stephen F. Austin (T3) Texas Wesleyan Texas Wesleyan v. West Texas A&M (T4) v. Stephen F. Austin (T4) v. Angelo State (T4) v. Texas A&M (T4) at Sam Houston State (T4) v. West Texas A&M (T5) v. Texas Woman’s (T5) v. Stephen F. Austin (T5) v. Sam Houston State (T5)

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16-4 10-1 13-0 1-4 3-7 10-0 1-3 3-1 6-0 0-4 3-10 5-7 10-0 4-3 0-7 4-1 4-1 6-3 1-3 0-9 2-0 2-3 4-1 9-3 15-3 1-4 9-4 12-2 2-3 5-2 1-2

T1 - Texas A&M Tour., College Station, did not place T2 - Texas Woman’s Tour., Denton, did not place T3 - Stephen F. Austin Tour., Nacogdoches, did not place T4 - Sam Houston State Tour., Huntsville, 3rd place T5 - AIAW State Tour., Fort Worth, 4th place Spring 1980 (32-20) North Texas North Texas Central Michigan Central Michigan Kearney State (Neb.)

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T1- Sooner Invitational, Norman, Okla. 1st place T2 - Texas Woman’s Invitational, Denton, 4th place T3 - Southwest Missouri State Tour., Springfield, Mo., 5th place T4 - Texas Wesleyan Tour., Fort Worth, did not place T5 - UTA Tour., Arlington, 3rd place T6 - AIAW Regional Tour., site unknown, 7th place Fall 1980 (27-10) v. West Texas A&M (T1) v. Baylor (T1) v. Texas Wesleyan (T1) v. West Texas A&M (T2) v. Texas Woman’s (T2) at St. Mary’s (Texas) (T2) v. Texas-Pan American (T2) v. Texas A&M (T2) at Baylor at Baylor Oklahoma (T3) Sam Houston State (T3) Texas A&M (T3) Baylor (T3) Oklahoma State (T3) Texas A&M (T3) Texas Wesleyan Texas Wesleyan Louisiana Tech Louisiana Tech Angelo State (T4) Texas Wesleyan (T4) Texas A&M (T5) at Sam Houston State (T5) Stephen F. Austin (T5) Texas Woman’s (T5) West Texas State (T5) Baylor Baylor Texas Wesleyan Texas Wesleyan North Texas State North Texas State Texas Woman’s (T6) West Texas State (T6) Texas A&M (T6) Sam Houston State (T6)

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2-1 6-3 0-1 4-3 6-0 0-3 19-0 0-3 8-0 9-1 4-3 5-0 0-5 1-4 6-1 0-3 1-0 3-0 1-0 8-1 3-0 2-1 2-0 6-11 4-3 6-1 9-0 1-2 9-1 4-0 2-0 6-0 11-0 2-1 4-3 0-2 0-1

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T1 - Wichita Falls Round-Robin, Wichita Falls, 1st place T2 - San Antonio Tour., San Antonio, 5th place T3 - Stephen F. Austin Tour. , Nacogdoches, 2nd place T4 - Texas Woman’s Tour., Denton, no placings T5 - Sam Houston State Tour., Huntsville, 1st place T6 - AIAW State Tournament, Bryan, 3rd place Spring 1981 (29-24) F28 F28 M10 M10 M14 M14 M17 M17 M19 M19 M19 M20 M23 M23 M24 M24 M25 M31 M31 A2 A2 A3 A3 A7 A7

at Texas A&M at Texas A&M Central Michigan Central Michigan Texas A&M Texas A&M v. Kansas v. Kansas Ohio State+ California+ LSU+ Missouri+ Northern Iowa Northern Iowa Carthage Carthage Missouri Angelo State Angelo State at Louisiana Tech at Louisiana Tech at Louisiana Tech at Louisiana Tech Texas Wesleyan Texas Wesleyan

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1-2 0-13 2-1 2-0 1-3 0-1 1-4 0-2 1-0 0-3 4-0 0-1 1-0 1-2 4-0 15-1 1-4 4-3 1-2 14-1 5-3 10-4 0-4 1-3 2-0

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The University of Texas at Arlington A10 A10 A10 A11 A14 A14 A17 A17 A18 A19 A19 A22 A22 A24 A24 A24 A24 A25 A28 A29 A29 A30 A30 M10 M10 M11 M11 M11

v. Baylor^ v. West Texas A&M^ v. Texas Tech^ at Texas Wesleyan^ at Texas Wesleyan at Texas Wesleyan Stephen F. Austin! Oklahoma City! Baylor! Texas Tech! Texas Wesleyan! at Texas Woman’s at Texas Woman’s v. West Texas A&M@ v. Trinity@ at Angelo State@ v. Texas Tech@ at Angelo State@ Baylor at Texas Woman’s at Texas Woman’s at Baylor at Baylor v. Stephen F. Austin~ v. LSU~ v. Texas A&M~ v. LSU~ v. Texas A&M~

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2-1 14-2 7-2 2-3 2-3 5-3 0-3 10-3 1-3 7-0 11-0 0-1 3-2 5-3 13-0 1-0 4-0 1-3 3-1 0-2 1-2 0-7 6-0 5-4 4-1 0-4 6-0 0-7

+ - Sooner Invitational, Norman, Okla., did not place ^ - Texas Wesleyan Tour., Fort Worth, 3rd place ! - Maverick Invitational, Arlington, 5th place @ - Angelo State Tour., San Angelo, 2nd place ~ - AIAW Regional Tour., Shawnee, Okla., 2nd place Fall 1981 (27-15) at Midwestern State+ v. Texas Tech+ at Texas Wesleyan at Texas Wesleyan at Texas A&M^ v. Baylor^ v. Texas Wesleyan^ v. Sam Houston State^ v. Texas Tech^ v. St. Mary’s (Texas)^ at Baylor at Baylor Stephen F. Austin# Louisiana Tech# Texas A&M# Oklahoma State# Midwestern State# West Texas A&M# Angelo State# Texas Wesleyan# Texas Wesleyan Texas Wesleyan v. Louisiana-Monroe@ at Stephen F. Austin@ v. North Texas@ v. Louisiana Tech@ v. Texas A&M@ Baylor Baylor Oklahoma City Oklahoma City Oklahoma City Oklahoma City Texas Wesleyan Texas Wesleyan v. Texas Tech~ v. Sam Houston State~ v. Stephen F. Austin~ v. West Texas A&M~ at Texas A&M~ Louisiana Tech Louisiana Tech

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

+ - Wichita Falls Tour., Wichita Falls, 2nd place ^ - Texas A&M Tour., College Station, 3rd place # - Maverick Invitational, Arlington, 3rd place @ - Stephen F. Austin Tour., Nacogdoches, 2nd place ~ - AIAW State Tour., College Station, 3rd place Spring 1982 (29-21) M7 M7 M9 M9 M11 M11 M15 M15 M16 M16 M17 M17 M18 M18 M19 M20 M24 M24 M25 M25 M26 M26 A6 A6 A9 A9 A9 A13 A13 A16 A16 A16 A17 A17 A17 A24 A24 A26 A26 A27

Oklahoma Oklahoma at Midwestern State at Midwestern State Texas A&M Texas A&M Kansas Kansas Missouri Missouri at Oklahoma City v. Northern Iowa+ v. LSU+ v. Nebraska+ v. Arizona State+ v. Kansas+ Buena Vista (Iowa) Buena Vista (Iowa) New Mexico^ Indiana^ New Mexico^ Texas A&M^ Midwestern State Midwestern State v. Stephen F. Austin! v. Angelo State! v. North Texas! at Texas A&M at Texas A&M Angelo State@ Oklahoma City@ Central Oklahoma@ Louisiana Tech@ Louisiana-Monroe@ Angelo State@ at LSU at LSU at Baylor at Baylor Baylor

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2-1 1-2 6-1 5-1 0-3 1-3 1-0 5-1 0-1 4-3 1-0 6-1 1-0 8-1 2-3 0-8 2-1 0-3 2-1 4-0 3-1 1-2 10-0 6-5 2-0 7-0 8-0 0-1 0-7 5-1 10-1 7-0 0-1 3-0 0-2 1-2 2-1 2-3 0-2 2-0

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Baylor at Louisiana Tech at Louisiana Tech at Louisiana Tech at Louisiana Tech at Texas Wesleyan at Texas Wesleyan v. Oklahoma~ v. Stephen F. Austin~ v. Oklahoma~

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Fall 1982 (16-8) at Midwestern State v. Texas Tech (T1) at Midwestern State (T1) v. Texas Tech (T1) Baylor Baylor Oklahoma City Oklahoma City Texas Tech^ Oklahoma State^ Oklahoma^ Baylor^ Nebraska^ Oklahoma State^ Texas Tech^ Oklahoma^ Texas A&M Texas A&M Texas Wesleyan Texas Wesleyan Texas Wesleyan Texas Wesleyan Texas Wesleyan Texas Wesleyan

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2-0 4-5 8-5 3-7 2-0 0-5 14-0 7-4 5-0 0-1 1-0 5-2 3-1 0-2 2-1 0-2 1-2 0-8 5-2 1-0 5-4 5-3 10-0 3-1

+ - Wichita Falls Tour., Wichita Falls, 2nd place ^ - Maverick Invitational, Arlington, 4th place Spring 1983 (39-19) M3 M3 M6 M6 M7 M7 M8 M8 M16 M17 M18 M18 M22 M22 M24 M24 M25 M25 M29 M29 A1 A1 A6 A6 A8 A8 A8 A9 A12 A12 A15 A15 A16 A16 A17 A17 A18 A18 A20 A20 A21 A21 A22 A22 A22 A22 A23 A23 A23 A28 A28 A29 A29 A30 A30 A30 M3 M3

Louisiana Tech Louisiana Tech Lake Forest (Ill.) Lake Forest (Ill.) Lake Forest (Ill.) Lake Forest (Ill.) Texas A&M Texas A&M at Oklahoma City v. Indiana# v. Kansas# v. Missouri State# Texas Wesleyan Texas Wesleyan Midwestern State Midwestern State Midwestern State Midwestern State at Texas A&M at Texas A&M at Louisiana-Monroe* at Louisiana-Monroe* Texas Wesleyan Texas Wesleyan v. Stephen F. Austin~ at Texas Wesleyan~ v. Midwestern State~ v. Stephen F. Austin~ at Texas Wesleyan at Texas Wesleyan v. Illinois State^ v. Mississippi State^ v. South Carolina^ v. Illinois State^ Arkansas State* Arkansas State* Arkansas State* Arkansas State* at Texas Wesleyan at Texas Wesleyan Oklahoma City Oklahoma City Stephen F. Austin+ Louisiana-Monroe+ Central Oklahoma+ Oklahoma City+ Louisiana-Lafayette+ Stephen F. Austin+ Sam Houston State+ at Baylor at Baylor v. McNeese State? v. Louisiana-Monroe? at Lamar? v. Louisiana-Lafayette? v. McNeese State? Baylor Baylor

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# - Sooner Invitational, Norman, Okla., did not place ~ - Texas Wesleyan Invitational, Fort Worth, 2nd place ^ - Louisiana Tech Invitational, Ruston, La., 3rd place + - Maverick Invitational, Arlington, 4th place ? - SLC Tour., Beaumont, 2nd place Fall 1983 (6-12) S6 S8 S9 S9 S10 S10 S13 S15 S16 S16 S16

Texas Wesleyan Texas Wesleyan Oklahoma City Oklahoma City Oklahoma City Oklahoma City Texas Wesleyan Nebraska Oklahoma~ Illinois State~ Louisiana Tech~

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~ - Maverick Invitational, Arlington, did not place + - Sam Houston State Invitational, Huntsville, did not place Spring 1984 (26-25-2)

+ - Sooner Invitational, Norman, Okla., 5th place ^ - UTA Round-Robin, Arlington, 2nd place ! - Texas Wesleyan Tour., Fort Worth, 1st place @ - Maverick Invitational, Arlington, 4th place ~ - AIAW Regional Tour., Edmond, Okla., 4th place

S4 S4 S4 S4 S9 S9 S16 S16 S17 S17 S17 S17 S17 S18 S18 S18 S21 S21 S22 S22 S23 S23 S28 S28

S16 S17 S30 S30 S30 O1 O1

5-3 4-1 1-0 4-1 2-6 1-2 1-2 1-5 1-4 1-11 1-0

F25 F25 M6 M6 M8 M8 M11 M13 M13 M14 M14 M15 M15 M16 M18 M18 M19 M19 M20 M20 M21 M21 M26 M27 M30 M30 M30 M31 M31 A4 A4 A6 A6 A7 A7 A12 A12 A13 A13 A13 A13 A14 A17 A17 A18 A18 A19 A19 A25 A25 A27 A27 A28

Louisiana Tech Louisiana Tech Texas A&M Texas A&M Wayne State (Neb.) Wayne State (Neb.) Lake Forest (Ill.) Lake Forest (Ill.) Texas Wesleyan at Oklahoma City at Oklahoma City v. Oklahoma State~ v. Arizona State~ v. Northern Colorado~ Buena Vista (Iowa) Buena Vista (Iowa) Mount Mercy (Iowa) Mount Mercy (Iowa) at Texas A&M at Texas A&M Mount Mercy (Iowa) Mount Mercy (Iowa) Nebraska Nebraska at Baylor+ v. New Mexico State+ v. Stephen F. Austin+ v. Lamar+ v. Sam Houston State+ at Texas Wesleyan at Texas Wesleyan Louisiana-Monroe* Louisiana-Monroe* Louisiana-Monroe* Louisiana-Monroe* Oklahoma City Oklahoma City Louisiana-Lafayette^ Texas Tech^ Central Oklahoma^ Stephen F. Austin^ Texas Tech^ at Baylor at Baylor at Oklahoma at Oklahoma Texas Wesleyan Texas Wesleyan Oklahoma Oklahoma v. McNeese State# at Lamar# v. Louisiana-Monroe#

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~ - Sooner Invitational, Norman, Okla., did not place + - Baylor Invitational, Waco, did not place ^ - Maverick Invitational, Arlington, did not place # - SLC Tour., Beaumont, 2nd place Head Coach: Rayla Allison Fall 1984 (9-4) S21 S21 S22 S22 S22 O6 O6 O12 O12 O13 O13 O20 O20

Oklahoma^ Baylor^ Texas A&M^ Baylor^ Oklahoma^ Texas State Texas State v. McNeese State+ v. Texas State+ at Sam Houston State+ v.Texas A&M+ at Texas State at Texas State

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^ - Maverick Invitational, Arlington, 1st place + - Sam Houston State Invite, Huntsville, 4th place Spring 1985 (27-22) M9 M9 M10 M10 M11 M11 M12 M12 M14 M14 M15 M18 M18 M21 M21 M23 M23 M24 M24 M28 M28 M30 M30 A1 A1 A6 A6 A7 A7 A10 A10 A13 A13

at Texas State at Texas State v. Creighton v. Creighton Kansas Kansas Emporia State Emporia State v. Creighton+ v. South Carolina+ v. Kansas State+ St. Mary’s (Neb.) St. Mary’s (Neb.) Luther (Iowa) Luther (Iowa) Louisiana-Monroe* North Texas* Louisiana-Monroe* North Texas* Oklahoma Oklahoma St. Mary’s (Texas) St. Mary’s (Texas) at Cameron (Okla.) at Cameron (Okla.) v. McNeese State* at Arkansas State* v. McNeese State* at Arkansas State* at Baylor at Baylor v. Louisiana-Lafayette* at Lamar*

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1-5 8-5 0-4 0-10 0-6 4-12 4-2 2-1 0-6 2-13 0-4 1-2 5-0 1-0 10-1 0-2 9-1 0-6 10-0 0-2 1-0 2-0 0-1 8-5 10-2 5-3 11-2 5-1 12-0 0-3 1-14 0-3 1-0

A14 A14 A16 A16 A17 A17 A18 A19 A19 A20 A23 A23 A26 A26 A27 A27

v. Louisiana-Lafayette* at Lamar* North Texas North Texas Texas State Texas State St. Mary’s (Texas) St. Mary’s (Texas)^ Central Oklahoma^ Louisiana-Lafayette^ at North Texas at North Texas v. Arkansas State# at Louisiana-Monroe# v. McNeese State# v. North Texas#

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+ - Sooner Invitational, Norman, Okla., did not place ^ - Maverick Invitational, Arlington, did not place # - SLC Tour., Monroe, La., 5th place Fall 1985 (5-9) S20 S20 S21 S21 S25 S25 S27 S27 S27 S28 S28 S28 O2 O2

Texas State^ Oklahoma State^ Baylor^ Oklahoma^ Texas State^ Texas State^ v. Iowa State+ at Oklahoma State+ v. Texas A&M+ v. Oklahoma+ v. Baylor+ v. Nebraska+ v. Baylor v. Baylor

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^ - Maverick Invitational, Arlington, 3rd place + - Cowgirl Invitational, Stillwater, Okla., 5th place Spring 1986 (25-25) M1 M1 M5 M5 M8 M8 M9 M9 M10 M10 M11 M13 M13 M14 M14 M14 M16 M17 M17 M22 M22 M23 M23 M24 M24 M26 M26 M29 M29 A5 A5 A6 A6 A9 A9 A12 A12 A13 A13 A15 A15 A18 A18 A19 A20 A22 A22 A25 A25 A25

at North Texas at North Texas at Baylor at Baylor at Baylor+ v. Texas State+ v. Texas A&M+ v. Creighton+ Emporia State Emporia State William Penn (Iowa) v. Wichita State^ v. Missouri^ v. Kansas^ v. Indiana^ v. Oklahoma State^ v. New Mexico^ v. Indiana v. Indiana v. McNeese State* at North Texas* v. McNeese State* at North Texas* Nebraska Nebraska North Texas North Texas Texas State Texas State v. Lamar* at Louisiana-Lafayette* v. Lamar* at Louisiana-Lafayette* Baylor Baylor Arkansas State* Louisiana-Monroe* Arkansas State* Louisiana-Monroe* Texas A&M Texas A&M Mississippi State~ Central Oklahoma~ Oklahoma City~ North Texas~ at Texas A&M at Texas A&M Arkansas State# Louisiana-Monroe# North Texas#

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14-0 3-4 1-3 1-4 4-5 2-0 0-6 0-1 5-0 7-5 2-0 5-0 2-1 0-2 0-8 2-1 0-1 0-3 0-1 1-0 4-3 4-3 4-3 0-1 0-2 1-2 10-0 1-0 3-2 4-7 1-0 6-3 3-5 1-2 1-3 8-4 5-0 6-1 2-1 1-2 0-1 3-2 4-1 0-1 4-1 0-12 2-5 11-0 0-2 0-1

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S5 S5 S8 S8 S11 S11 S11 S12 S12 S12 S15 S15 S18 S18 S18 S18 S19 S19 S19 S19 S22 S22 S25 S25 S25 S26 S26 S29 S29 O1 O1 O2 O2 O6 O6 O16 O17 O17 O17 O18 O26 O26

A27 A30 A30 M1 M1 M4 M4 M7 M8 M8

+ - Baylor Tour., Waco, did not place ^ - Sooner Invitational, Norman, Okla., did not place ~ - Maverick Invitational, Arlington, 3rd place # - SLC Tour., Arlington, 7th place S19 S19 S19 S20 S20 S20 O4 O4 O4 O5 O5 O10 O10 O10

Fall 1986 (9-5) Texas State ^ North Texas^ Oklahoma^ Ranger JC^ Oklahoma City^ Texas A&M^ v. Texas State+ v. Ranger JC+ v. Baylor+ Sam Houston State+ at Texas A&M+ at Oklahoma State@ v. Iowa State@ v. Kansas@

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^Maverick Invitational, Arlington, 2nd place + - Texas A&M Tour., College Station, 2nd place @ - Cowgirl Invitational, Stillwater, Okla., did not place Spring 1987 (36-26) F19 F19 F20 F20 F20 F21

v. New Mexico State^ v. Nevada-Reno^ v. Cal.-Santa Barbara^ v. Arizona State^ at Arizona^ v. San Francisco^

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v. Cal. St.-Fullerton^ v. Texas A&M+ at Louisiana-Lafayette+ Texas State Texas State at Sam Houston State at Sam Houston State Wayne State (Neb.) Wayne State (Neb.) at North Texas at North Texas v. Oklahoma City} v. Illinois State} v. Creighton} v. Kansas} v. Indiana} v. Kansas} v. Indiana! v. Nebraska! v. Texas A&M! v. Sam Houston State! v. Colorado State! v. Baylor^ Incarnate Word Incarnate Word Air Force Air Force at Louisiana-Lafayette* at Louisiana-Lafayette* at Texas A&M at Texas A&M at Baylor at Baylor v. Arkansas State* at Lamar* v. Arkansas State* at Lamar* North Texas North Texas v. Louisiana-Monroe* at McNeese State* v. Louisiana-Monroe* at McNeese State* v. Oklahoma State at Oklahoma Oklahoma Baptist& Lamar& Stephen F. Austin& Texas State& Oklahoma City& v. McNeese State# v. Lamar# v. Louisiana-Monroe# v. McNeese State # v. Louisiana-Lafayette# v. Louisiana-Lafayette#

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^ - Wildcat Classic, Tucson, Ariz., 5th place + - Louisiana Classic, Lafayette, La., 3rd place } - Sooner Invitational, Norman, Okla., 5th place ! - Houston Classic, Houston, did not place & - Maverick Invitational, Arlington, 3rd place # - SLC Tournament, Denton, 2nd place Fall 1987 (9-12-2) S18 S18 S19 S19 S19 S19 S25 S25 S26 S26 S26 O2 O2 O2 O2 O3 O3 O9 O9 O9 O10 O10 O10

Texas State+ Sam Houston State+ Oklahoma State+ Baylor+ Texas State+ Sam Houston State+ v. Ranger JC^ v. Texas State ^ v. Sam Houston State^ at Texas A&M^ v. Ranger JC^ v. Missouri State# at Oklahoma State# v. Missouri# v. Texas A&M# v. Missouri State# v. Texas A&M# v. Ranger JC~ v. Ranger JC~ at Baylor~ at Baylor~ v. Ranger JC~ v. Stephen F. Austin~

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+ - Maverick Invitational, Arlington, did not place ^ - Texas A&M Tour., College Station, did not place # - Cowgirl Classic, Stillwater, Okla., did not place ~ - Baylor Tournament, Waco, did not place Spring 1988 (34-27) F26 F26 F27 F28 F28 M4 M4 M5 M5 M7 M7 M8 M8 M10 M10 M10 M11 M11 M12 M12 M12 M14 M14 M16 M18 M18 M18 M18 M19 M19 M19 M22

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^ - Lobo Invitational, Albuquerque, N.M., 4th place + - Maverick Triangular, Arlington, 1st place ? - Sooner Invitational, Norman, Okla., 3rd place > - Houston Classic, Houston, 7th place & - Maverick Invitational, Arlington, 1st place # - SLC Tournament, Natchitoches, La., 3rd place Fall 1988 (4-3) S23 S24 S24 S25 O15 O15 O16

v. Creighton^ at Western Illinois^ v. Iowa State^ v. Oklahoma State^ Oklahoma New Mexico New Mexico

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Head Coach: Anne Campbell Fall 1989 (3-5) S29 S29 S30 S30 O13 O13 O14 O14

v. Toledo+ v. Missouri+ v. Nebraska+ at Illinois State+ New Mexico New Mexico New Mexico New Mexico

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+ – National Invitational Tournament, Peoria, Ill., 3rd place Spring 1990 (27-24) F23 F23 F24 F24 F25 F25 F27 F27 M2 M3 M3 M3 M4

v. UNLV+ v. UNLV+ v. Iowa+ v. Iowa+ at New Mexico+ at New Mexico+ Texas A&M Texas A&M v. Louisiana-Monroe^ v. Louisiana Tech^ v. Nebraska^ v. Sam Houston State^ v. Long Beach State^

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McNeese State@ St. Mary’s (Texas)@ Oklahoma State@ Ball State~ v. Akron> v. Akron> v. Wisconsin-Green Bay> v. Ohio State> at Louisiana-Lafayette at Louisiana-Lafayette v. South Carolina$ at Louisiana Tech$ v. Missouri State$ Oklahoma Oklahoma at Texas State* at Texas State* Louisiana Tech Louisiana Tech Northwestern State* Northwestern State* Louisiana-Monroe* Louisiana-Monroe* v. Arizona State~ v. Louisiana-Monroe~ v. Texas A&M~ v. Oklahoma State~ v. Florida State ~ v. Arizona State~ at Texas A&M at Texas A&M at Sam Houston State* at Sam Houston State* at McNeese State* at McNeese State* v. McNeese State# at Texas State# v. Sam Houston State#

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+ - New Mexico Invitational, Albuquerque, N.M., 4th place ^ - Aggie Spring Tournament, College Station, 4th place @ - Texas Shoot Out, Irving, 2nd place > - Pasadena Games, Pasadena, Texas, did not place $ - Louisiana Tech Tournament, Ruston, La., 3rd place ~ - Hall of Fame Classic, Oklahoma City, Okla., 3rd place # - Southland Conference Tourn., San Marcos, 3rd place Spring 1991 (21-38) F14 F14 F15 F15 F15 F16 F16 F17 F24 F24 F26 F26 M1 M1 M1 M2 M2 M14 M14 M15 M19 M19 M20 M20 M22 M22 M22 M23 M23 M23 M23 M26 M26 M29 M29 A5 A5 A5 A6 A6 A6 A9 A9 A10 A10 A20 A20 A21 A21 A24 A24 A25 A25 A26 A26 A27 A27 A30 A30

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+ - Arizona Classic, Tucson, Ariz., 6th place ^ - Roadrunner Invitational, Las Cruces, N.M., 5th place # - Houston Classic, Houston, did not place > - Shreveport Invitational, Shreveport, La., 3rd place @ - Hall of Fame Classic, Oklahoma City, Okla., 6th place Spring 1992 (32-30) F15 F15 F20 F22 F29 F29 M1 M1 M7 M7 M8 M8

Oklahoma Oklahoma Oklahoma City Oklahoma City Louisiana Tech+ Oklahoma State+ Louisiana Tech+ Oklahoma State+ at McNeese State* at McNeese State* at McNeese State* at McNeese State*

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Sam Houston State* Sam Houston State* v. Colorado State^ v. Northern Illinois^ v. Louisiana Tech^ at Texas A&M^ v. Indiana^ v. Kansas^ v. Southern Illinois^ v. Illinois State^ v. Sam Houston State^ Quincy (Ill.) Quincy (Ill.) v. Arizona State# v. Louisiana Tech# v. Indiana# v. Sam Houston State# v. Louisiana-Monroe# v. Colorado State# at UTSA at UTSA Eastern Illinois Eastern Illinois Missouri State Texas State* Texas State* Northwestern State* Northwestern State* Northwestern State* Northwestern State* at Stephen F. Austin* at Stephen F. Austin* Louisiana-Monroe * Louisiana-Monroe * Louisiana-Monroe * Louisiana-Monroe* at Oklahoma at Oklahoma Texas A&M Texas A&M at Texas State* at Texas State* Stephen F. Austin* Stephen F. Austin* at Sam Houston State* at Sam Houston State* at Nicholls State* at Nicholls State* at Nicholls State* at Nicholls State*

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+ - UTA Round-Robin Tournament, Arlington, 2nd place ^ - Texas A&M Tournament, College Station, 7th place # - Houston Classic, Houston, 4th place Spring 1993 (36-23) F13 F13 F14 F14 F20 F20 F23 F23 F25 F25 F26 F26 F27 F27 F27 F27 M4 M4 M6 M6 M7 M7 M9 M9 M13 M13 M14 M14 M19 M20 M20 M20 M24 M24 M27 M27 A3 A3 A6 A6 A9 A9 A14 A14 A16 A16 A17 A17 A17 A18 A18 A21 A21 A24 A24 A27 A27 M1 M1

Oklahoma+ New Mexico State+ New Mexico State+ Oklahoma+ Tulsa Tulsa Centenary College Centenary College v. Oklahoma State^ v. New Mexico^ v. Hawaii^ v. Michigan State^ v. Wichita State^ v. New Mexico^ at New Mexico State^ v. Wichita State^ Oklahoma City Oklahoma City Nicholls State* Nicholls State* Nicholls State* Nicholls State* at Stephen F. Austin* at Stephen F. Austin* at Texas State* at Texas State* at UTSA* at UTSA* v. Missouri State~ v. Wichita State~ at Oklahoma State~ v. Wichita State~ at Sam Houston State* at Sam Houston State* Louisiana-Monroe* Louisiana-Monroe* at Northwestern State* at Northwestern State* Stephen F. Austin* Stephen F. Austin* Texas A&M Texas A&M Texas State* Texas State* at Tennessee Tech# v. South Carolina# v. Charlotte# v. Louisiana-Monroe# v. Samford# v. Georgia State# v. Texas A&M# at Texas A&M at Texas A&M Sam Houston State* Sam Houston State* at Oklahoma at Oklahoma at McNeese State* at McNeese State*

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+ - UTA Triangular Tournament, Arlington, 1st place ^ - Roadrunner Tour., Las Cruces, N.M., 7th place ~ - Oklahoma State Mini-Classic, Stillwater, Okla., 4th place # - Frost Cutlery Tour., Chattanooga, Tenn., 5th place Spring 1994 (17-37) F15 F15 F18 F18

Centenary College Centenary College v. Oklahoma+ v. Creighton+

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+ - UTA Invitational, Grand Prairie, 5th place ^ - National Invitational Tournament, San Jose, Calif., did not place Spring 1995 (22-34) F17 F17 F18 F18 F19 F19 F19 F23 F23 F25 F25 F26 F26 M2 M3 M4 M9 M9 M11 M11 M12 M12 M17 M17 M18 M18 M21 M21 M24 M24 M25 M25 A1 A1 A2 A2 A7 A7 A8 A8 A11 A11 A12 A12 A15 A15 A18 A18 A21 A21 A23 A23 A28 A28 A29 A29

Oklahoma+ Minnesota+ Texas State+ Stephen F. Austin+ Sam Houston State+ Texas State+ Texas A&M+ Texas Wesleyan Texas Wesleyan Nicholls State* Nicholls State* Nicholls State* Nicholls State* v. Louisiana Tech^ v. Sam Houston State^ v. Colorado State^ Centenary College Centenary College Texas State* Texas State* UTSA* UTSA* at Northwestern State* at Northwestern State* at Northwestern State* at Northwestern State* Mary-Hardin Baylor Mary-Hardin Baylor at McNeese State* at McNeese State* at McNeese State* at McNeese State* Louisiana-Monroe* Louisiana-Monroe* Louisiana-Monroe* Louisiana-Monroe* at Tulsa v. Texas A&M# v. Oklahoma City# v. St. Edward’s# Texas Wesleyan Texas Wesleyan Northwood (Texas) Northwood (Texas) Sam Houston State* Sam Houston State* at Sam Houston State* at Sam Houston State* Stephen F. Austin* Stephen F. Austin* at Stephen F. Austin* at Stephen F. Austin* at Texas State* at Texas State* at UTSA* at UTSA*

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+ - UTA/Pepsi Classic Arlington, 4th place ^ - Texas A&M Tournament, College Station, inclement weather shortened the tournament. # - Tulsa Invitational, Tulsa, Okla., did not place Spring, 1996 (24-30) F8 F8 F15 F15 F16 F16 F17 F18

Texas Wesleyan Texas Wesleyan Minnesota Minnesota v. Detroit-Mercy+ v. Oklahoma State+ v. Centenary College+ v. Nebraska +

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+ - UTA/Pepsi Intercollegiate Classic, Grand Prairie, 5th place ^ - Mardi Gras Classic, Monroe, La., 3rd place # - Troy Cox/Roadrunner Invitational, Las Cruces, N.M., did not place Head Coach: Debbie Nichols-Hedrick Spring, 1997 (18-30) F14 F15 F15 F16 F16 F17 F17 F21 F21 F22 F22 F23 F23 M1 M6 M6 M8 M8 M9 M15 M15 M16 M22 M22 M23 M26 M26 M28 M28 M29 A1 A1 A6 A6 A7 A10 A10 A16 A16 A18 A18 A19 A23 A23 A28 A28 M1 M1

v. Tennessee+ v. Sam Houston State+ v. Detroit+ v. Minnesota+ v. Baylor+ Louisiana Tech Louisiana Tech v. Texas Tech^ v. Southern Utah^ at UTSA^ v. Southern Utah^ v. Southern Utah^ v. Texas Tech^ at Northwestern State* at Texas A&M at Texas A&M at Sam Houston State* at Sam Houston State* at Sam Houston State* Louisiana-Monroe * Louisiana-Monroe * Louisiana-Monroe * at McNeese State* at McNeese State* at McNeese State* Baylor Baylor at Texas State* at Texas State* at Texas State* at Texas Wesleyan at Texas Wesleyan UTSA* UTSA* UTSA* at Texas at Texas at Baylor at Baylor Stephen F. Austin* Stephen F. Austin* Stephen F. Austin* Texas A&M Texas A&M Nicholls State* Nicholls State* v. Nicholls State# v. UTSA#

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+ - UTA/Pepsi Intercollegiate Tournament, Grand Prairie, did not place ^ - UTSA Roadrunner Classic, San Antonio, did not place # - SLC Tournament, Monroe, La., T-5th place Spring, 1998 (16-29) F7 F7 F12 F13 F13 F14 F14 F15 F23 F23 F24 M4 M4 M8 M9 M10 M10

at Texas at Texas Tulsa v. Mississippi v. Texas A&M v. Tulsa+ v. New Mexico State+ v. Illinois-Chicago+ Nicholls State* Nicholls State* Nicholls State* at Texas A&M at Texas A&M at Sam Houston State* at Sam Houston State* Texas State* Texas State*

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M11 M14 M14 M15 M18 M18 M19 M25 M25 M28 M28 M29 A4 A4 A5 A7 A7 A9 A9 A10 A13 A13 A25 A25 A25 A30 A30 A30

Texas State* at Southeastern La.* at Southeastern La.* at Southeastern La.* Northwestern State* Northwestern State* Northwestern State* at Baylor at Baylor at McNeese State* at McNeese State* at McNeese State* at UTSA* at UTSA* at UTSA* Baylor Baylor Stephen F. Austin* Stephen F. Austin* Stephen F. Austin* at Louisiana Tech at Louisiana Tech at Louisiana-Monroe * at Louisiana-Monroe * at Louisiana-Monroe * v. Nicholls State# v. Louisiana-Monroe# v. Southeastern La.#

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+ - UTA/Pepsi Intercollegiate Tournament, Grand Prairie, 2nd place # - SLC Tournament, Natchitoches, La., 4th place Spring, 1999 (31-25) F7 F7 F9 F9 F12 F12 F13 F13 F14 F15 F15 F19 F19 M3 M3 M6 M6 M7 M9 M9 M13 M13 M14 M17 M17 M18 M18 M19 M19 M20 M20 M27 M27 M28 M30 M30 M31 A2 A2 A3 A5 A5 A6 A10 A10 A11 A14 A14 A17 A17 A18 A24 A24 A24 A29 A30

Texas Texas Texas A&M Texas A&M v. Arkansas+ v. Texas A&M+ v. Tulsa+ v. Oregon+ v. Louisiana-Monroe + Louisiana Tech Louisiana Tech Grambling State Grambling State Baylor Baylor at Nicholls State* at Nicholls State* at Nicholls State* Butler Butler Southeastern La.* Southeastern La.* Southeastern La.* v. Rhode Island^ v. East Carolina^ v. Tennessee-Martin^ v. Morehead State^ v. George Mason^ v. Rider^ v. Md.-Baltimore Count^ v. Troy^ at Northwestern State* at Northwestern State* at Northwestern State* McNeese State* McNeese State* McNeese State* at Texas State* at Texas State* at Texas State* Louisiana-Monroe* Louisiana-Monroe* Louisiana-Monroe* UTSA* UTSA* UTSA* at Baylor at Baylor Sam Houston State* Sam Houston State* Sam Houston State* at Stephen F. Austin* at Stephen F. Austin* at Stephen F. Austin* at Northwestern State# v. Texas State#

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+ - UTA/Pepsi Intercollegiate Classic, Grand Prairie, 5th place ^ - Rebel Games, Orlando, Fla., 2nd place # - SLC Tournament, Natchitoches, La., T-5th place Spring, 2000 (22-33) F5 F5 F8 F8 F11 F11 F12 F12 F13 F13 F13 F18 F18 F19 F19 F20 F20 F26 F26 F27 M1 M4 M4 M5 M11 M11 M12 M15 M15 M18

at Centenary College at Centenary College Baylor Baylor Baylor+ v. Illinois-Chicago+ v. Mississippi+ v. Louisiana Tech+ v. Oregon+ v. Stephen F. Austin+ v. Texas State+ v. Southern Mississippi^ v. Sam Houston State^ v. Southern Illinois^ at Louisiana-Monroe^ v. Louisiana Tech^ v. Southern Illinois^ Stephen F. Austin* Stephen F. Austin* Stephen F. Austin* at Texas A&M at Sam Houston State* at Sam Houston State* at Sam Houston State* at Louisiana-Monroe* at Louisiana-Monroe* at Louisiana-Monroe* at Baylor at Baylor Texas State*

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M18 M19 22 M22 M25 M25 M26 A1 A1 A2 A6 A6 A8 A8 A9 A12 A12 A15 A15 A16 A29 A29 A30 M4 M5

Texas State* Texas State* at Texas at Texas at UTSA* at UTSA* at UTSA* Northwestern State* Northwestern State* Northwestern State* at Louisiana Tech at Louisiana Tech at Southeastern La.* at Southeastern La.* at Southeastern La.* Texas Woman’s Texas Woman’s Nicholls State* Nicholls State* Nicholls State* at McNeese State* at McNeese State* at McNeese State* at Northwestern State# v. McNeese State#

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+ - UTA/Isuzu Motors Invitational, Grand Prairie, 4th place ^ - Mardi Gras Tournament in Monroe, La., 4th place # – SLC Tournament, Natchitoches, La., T-5th place Spring 2001 (25-22-1) F8 F9 F9 F9 F10 F10 F17 F17 F18 M3 M3 M4 M4 M10 M10 M11 M13 M13 M16 M16 M17 M20 M20 M22 M22 M25 M25 M31 M31 A1 A7 A7 A8 A12 A12 A13 A18

BYU v. Bethune-Cookman! v. Baylor! v. Houston! v. Oklahoma State! v. Louisiana-Monroe! v. Winthrop@ v. Drexel@ v. Southern Illinois@ v. Loyola-Chicago^ v. Louisiana Tech^ v. Purdue^ v. A&M-Corpus Christi^ at Nicholls State* at Nicholls State* at Nicholls State* McNeese State* McNeese State* Southeastern La.* Southeastern La.* Southeastern La.* Baylor Baylor Texas Texas at Northwestern State* at Northwestern State* UTSA* UTSA* UTSA* at Texas State* at Texas State* at Texas State* Louisiana-Monroe* Louisiana-Monroe* Louisiana-Monroe* at Houston Spring 2002 (16-30)

F1 F1 F2 F2 F3 F3 F8 F8 F9 F9 F9 F14 F13 F15 F16 F16 F17 M2 M2 M3 M7 M7 M9 M9 M10 M13 M15 M15 M16 M23 M23 M24 M29 M29 M30 A8 A8 A13 A13 A14 A20 A20 A21 A27 A27 A28

v. Southern^ v. Northwestern State^ at Baylor^ v. Southern^ v. Northwestern State^ at Baylor^ v. Oklahoma! v. Utah! v. Stephen F. Austin! v. Oklahoma State! v. UTSA! at Hawaii@ v. Mercer@ v. Long Beach State@ at Hawaii@ v. Mercer@ at Hawaii@ at Southeastern La.* at Southeastern La.* at Southeastern La.* at Texas at Texas Northwestern State* Northwestern State* Northwestern State* at Baylor Nicholls State* Nicholls State* Nicholls State* at McNeese State* at McNeese State* at McNeese State* at UTSA* at UTSA* at UTSA* vs Stephen F. Austin* vs Stephen F. Austin* at Sam Houston State* at Sam Houston State* at Sam Houston State* at Louisiana-Monroe* at Louisiana-Monroe* at Louisiana-Monroe* Texas State* Texas State* Texas State*

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2011 UT Arlington Softball

F19 F19 F19 F20 F20 F23 F23 F26 F26 F27 F27 M3 M3 M5 M5 M12 M12 M13 M13 M15 M15 M19 M19 M20 M20 M25 M25 M25 M26 M26 M30 M30 A2 A2 A9 A9 A10 A10 A13 A13 A20 A20 A22 A22 A23 A23 A29 A29 A30 A30

^ - Getterman’s Classic, Waco, Texas, 3rd place ! - UTA/Isuzu Intercollegiate Classic, Grand Prairie, 2nd place @ - Chevron Paradise Classic, Honolulu, Hawaii, 3rd Spring 2003 (41-17) J31 J31

v. Florida! at Baylor!

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The University of Texas at Arlington F1 F1 F2 F2 F8 F8 F9 F12 F12 F19 F22 F22 F23 F28 F28 M1 M1 M2 M8 M8 M9 M12 M12 M15 M15 M16 M19 M19 M22 M22 M23 M29 M29 M30 A5 A5 A6 A9 A9 A12 A12 A13 A18 A18 A19 A26 A26 A27 M2

v. Centenary College! v. Florida! v. Centenary College! at Baylor! v. New Mexico^ v. Illinois^ v. Louisiana-Monroe^ at Texas at Texas Baylor McNeese State* McNeese State* McNeese State* v. Penn State+ at Alabama+ v. Kansas+ v. Penn State+ v. Kansas+ at Nicholls State* at Nicholls State* at Nicholls State* Western Illinois Western Illinois Southeastern La.* Southeastern La.* Southeastern La.* at Houston at Houston at Northwestern State* at Northwestern State* at Northwestern State* UTSA* UTSA* UTSA* at Texas State* at Texas State* at Texas State* Centenary College Centenary College Louisiana-Monroe* Louisiana-Monroe* Louisiana-Monroe* Sam Houston State* Sam Houston State* Sam Houston State* at Stephen F. Austin* at Stephen F. Austin* at Stephen F. Austin* v. Sam Houston State#

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v. Houston! at Texas! v. Sam Houston State! at Texas! v. Sam Houston State! v. Bethune-Cookman^ v. Colorado State^ v. Kentucky^ v. Wichita State^ v. New Mexico+ v. Oklahoma State+ v. Missouri State+ v. Creighton+ at North Texas+ McNeese State* McNeese State* Baylor at UTSA* at UTSA* at UTSA* at Northwestern State* at Northwestern State* at Northwestern State* Houston Houston Louisiana-Monroe* Louisiana-Monroe* Louisiana-Monroe* at North Texas at Baylor at Sam Houston State* at Sam Houston State* at Sam Houston State* Prairie View A&M Prairie View A&M Southeastern La.* Southeastern La.* Southeastern La.* at Nicholls State* at Nicholls State* at Nicholls State* at Stephen F. Austin* at Stephen F. Austin* at Stephen F. Austin* North Texas Texas State Texas State v. Sam Houston State# v. UTSA#

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! - Texas Invitational Austin, Texas, T4th place ^ - UTSA Fastpitch Express, San Antonio, Texas, 4th place + - Mean Green Classic, Denton, Texas, 4th place # - SLC Tournament, San Marcos, Texas, T-5th place Spring 2005 (17-26) F4 F4 F5 F5 F11 F11 F12 F13 F18 F18 F20 F26 F26 F27 M2 M2 M5 M5 M6 M8

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at Texas State! v. Northern Colorado! v. Wichita State! v. A&M-Corpus Christi! v. Missouri-Kansas City^ v. Arkansas^ at New Mexico State^ v. Utah Valley State^ v. Sam Houston State+ v. Arkansas+ at A&M-Corpus Christi+ at McNeese State* at McNeese State* at McNeese State* Texas (4) Texas (4) Nicholls State* Nicholls State* Nicholls State* at Baylor (9)

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M12 M12 M13 M19 M19 M20 M25 M25 A2 A2 A3 A6 A8 A8 A9 A16 A16 A17 A23 A23 A24 M6 M6

Northwestern State* Northwestern State* Northwestern State* at Southeastern La.* at Southeastern La.* at Southeastern La.* Sam Houston State* Sam Houston State* at Louisiana-Monroe* at Louisiana-Monroe* at Louisiana-Monroe* Baylor at Texas State* at Texas State* at Texas State* Stephen F. Austin* Stephen F. Austin* Stephen F. Austin* UTSA* UTSA* UTSA* v. Sam Houston State# v. McNeese State#

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! - Texas State/Century Tel Classic, San Marcos, Texas, 4th place ^ - Hilton Las Cruces Classic, Las Cruces, N.M., 3rd place + - Islander Invitational, Corpus Christi, Texas, 3rd place # - SLC Tournament, Hammond, La., T-5th place Spring 2006 (32-22) F9 F9 F10 F11 F11 F12 F12 F12 F17 F17 M1 M1 M4 M4 M5 M7 M7 M11 M11 M12 M14 M14 M18 M25 M25 M26 M29 M29 A1 A1 A2 A4 A4 A8 A8 A9 A12 A12 A14 A15 A15 A22 A22 A23 A27 A27 A29 A29 A30 M5 M6 M6 M7 M7

v. Loyola Marymount+ at Hawai’i+ vs. Southern Miss+ vs. Brigham Young (25)+ vs. Texas State+ vs. Southern Miss+ at Hawai’i+ vs. Loyola Marymount+ vs. Prairie View^ vs. Wichita State^ at Texas (2) at Texas (2) McNeese State* McNeese State* McNeese State* Houston Houston at Nicholls State* at Nicholls State* at Nicholls State* Texas Southern Texas Southern at Northwestern State* Southeastern La.* Southeastern La.* Southeastern La.* Louisiana Tech Louisiana Tech at Sam Houston State* at Sam Houston State* at Sam Houston State* A&M-Corpus Christi A&M-Corpus Christi Louisiana-Monroe* Louisiana-Monroe* Louisiana-Monroe* Texas Tech Texas Tech Texas State* Texas State* Texas State* at Stephen F. Austin* at Stephen F. Austin* at Stephen F. Austin* at A&M-Corpus Christi at A&M-Corpus Christi at UTSA* at UTSA* at UTSA* vs. McNeese State# vs. Texas State# vs. UTSA# vs. Texas State# vs. UTSA#

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

+ - Hawai’i Paradise Classic, Manoa, Hawai’i, 1st place ^ - Ben Hogan/UTA Invitational, Grand Prairie, Texas, 1st place # - SLC Tournament, Natchitoches, La., 2nd place Spring 2007 (36-16) F9 F9 F10 F10 F11 F16 F16 F17 F17 F18 F21 F21 F23 F24 F24 F25 F27 F27 F28 M3 M3 M4 M7 M10 M10 M11 M17 M17 M18 M24 M24 M25 M28 M28 A4

v. #11 Michigan# at Houston# W v. #11 Michigan# v. Mississippi# v. Mississippi# W v. Buffalo% W v. Texas-El Paso% W Central Michigan% W at New Mexico State% v. Loyola Marymount% at Louisiana Tech at Louisiana Tech Prairie View A&M^ W Pittsburgh^ W Prairie View A&M^ W Pittsburgh^ W Texas State* W Texas State* W Texas State* at UTSA* at UTSA* W at UTSA* Centenary College W Northwestern State* W Northwestern State* W Northwestern State* W at Stephen F. Austin* W at Stephen F. Austin* W at Stephen F. Austin* Sam Houston State* W Sam Houston State* W Sam Houston State* W UMKC W UMKC W at North Texas W (8)

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A&M-Corpus Christi* A&M-Corpus Christi* A&M-Corpus Christi* at Centenary College Tulsa Tulsa at Southeastern La.* at Southeastern La.* at Southeastern La.* North Texas at Central Arkansas* at Central Arkansas* at Central Arkansas* v. Nicholls State! v. Texas State! v. UTSA! at Sam Houston State!

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# - Wilson/DeMarini Invitational (Houston, Texas) % - Troy Cox Classic (Las Cruces, N.M.) ^ - UTA Round Robin Classic (Arlington, Texas) ! - Southland Conference Tournament (Huntsville, Texas) Spring 2008 (36-16) F8 F8 F9 F9 F10 F15 F15 F16 F17 F26 F27 F27 M1 M1 M2 M8 M8 M9 M15 M15 M16 M21 M21 M22 M26 M26 M29 M29 M30 A2 A2 A5 A5 A6 A12 A12 A13 A16 A16 A22 A22 A26 A26 A27 A30 M3 M3 M4 M9

v. Pittsburgh at Florida Int. v. #15Virginia Tech v. #21Missouri at Florida Int. v. Colorado State v. Illnois-Chicago v. North Dakota State at New Mexico State at Texas State* at Texas State* at Texas State* at Nicholls State* at Nicholls State* at Nicholls State* v. UTSA* v. UTSA* v. UTSA* at Northwestern State* at Northwestern State* at Northwestern State* v. Stephen F. Austin* v. Stephen F. Austin* v. Stephen F. Austin* v. North Texas v. North Texas at Sam Houston State* at Sam Houston State* at Sam Houston State* v. Prairie View A&M v. Prairie View A&M v. McNeese State* v. McNeese State* v. McNeese State* at A&M-Corpus Christi* at A&M-Corpus Christi* A&M-Corpus Christi* at Tulsa at Tulsa at Texas Tech at Texas Tech v. Southeastern La.* v. Southeastern La.* at Southeastern La.* at North Texas at Central Arkansas* at Central Arkansas* at Central Arkansas* v. Nicholls State!

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

# - UCF Tournament (Orlando, Fla.) ^ - UTA Round Robin Classic (Arlington, Texas) ! - Southland Conference Tournament (Lake Charles, La.) Spring 2010 (29-25) F12 F12 F13 F13 F14 F19 F19 F20 F20 F21 F27 F27 F27 F28 F28 M2 M2 M3 M6 M6 M11 M13 M13 M14 M17 M20 M20 M21 M24 M27 M27 M28 A2 A2 A3 A6 A10 A10 A11 A12 A17 A17 A24 A24 A25 M1 M1 M2 M5 M13 M13 M14 M15 M15

v. Oklahoma State# L(5) v. New Mexico# W v. Northern Illinois# W v. Northern Illinois# W at Texas State# W v. Tulsa% W v. UTEP% L v. Wichita State% W v. Central Arkansas% W at #25 Baylor% L at Wichita State^ L TEXAS SOUTHERN^ W v. Prairie View A&M^ W WICHITA STATE^ L(11) at Texas Tech^ L at Texas State* W at Texas State* L at Texas State* L SOUTHEASTERN LA.* W SOUTHEASTERN LA.* W #14 TEXAS L(10) CENTRAL ARKANSAS* W CENTRAL ARKANSAS* W CENTRAL ARKANSAS* W BAYLOR L at Nicholls State* L at Nicholls State* L at Nicholls State* L(9) v. North Texas L UTSA* W UTSA* W UTSA* L at Northwestern State* W at Northwestern State* W at Northwestern State* L(11) LOUISIANA TECH L STEPHEN F. AUSTIN* W(9) STEPHEN F. AUSTIN* W STEPHEN F. AUSTIN* W NEW MEXICO STATE* W at Sam Houston State* W at Sam Houston State* W(9) MCNEESE STATE* L MCNEESE STATE* L MCNEESE STATE* L at A&M-Corpus Christi* W at A&M-Corpus Christi* L(9) at A&M-Corpus Christi* L NORTH TEXAS L(8) v. Nicholls State! W(10) at Texas State! L(5) v. A&M-Corpus Christi! W v. Stephen F. Austin! W at Texas State! L

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

# - Texas State Tournament (San Marcos, Texas) % - Baylor Tournament (Waco, Texas) ^ - UT Arlington Classic (Arlington, Texas) ! - Southland Conference Tournament (San Marcos, Texas)

# - Wilson/DeMarini Invitational (Houston, Texas) % - Troy Cox Classic (Las cruces, N.M.) ^ - UTA Round Robin Classic (Arlington, Texas) ! - Southland Conference Tournament (Huntsville, Texas) F13 F12 F14 F14 F15 F17 F17 F20 F20 F21 F21 F22 F24 F24 F25 F28 F28 M1 M7 M7 M8 M15 M15 M16 M17 M21 M21 M22 M28 M28 M29 A4 A4 A5 A10 A10 A11 A15 A15 A18 A19 A19 M2 M2 M3 M7 M8

Spring 2009 (23-24) v. Tennesse# L at UCF# L v. George Mason# W v. Bowling Green# L v. South Carolina# L at Texas L at Texas L UMKC^ W Houston Baptist^ L Tennessee at Martin^ W(8) Texas Southen^ W Houston Baptist^ L Texas State L Texas State L Texas State L at Central Arkansas L at Central Arkansas W at Central Arkansas L Nicholls State W Nicholls State L Nicholls State W at UTSA W(9) at UTSA L at UTSA L at North Texas L Northwestern State W Northwestern State W Northwestern State W at Stephen F. Austin W(8) at Stephen F. Austin W at Stephen F. Austin W Sam Houston State W(8) Sam Houston State L Sam Houston State W at McNeese State L at McNeese State W at McNeese State W Prairie View A&M W Prairie View A&M W(5) A&M-Corpus Christi L A&M-Corpus Christi L A&M-Corpus Christi W(5) at Southeast Louisiana W at Southeast Louisiana W at Southeast Louisiana L v. Stephen F. Austin! L v. UTSA! L(5)

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OUR MISSION

The University of Texas at Arlington is a comprehensive research, teaching, and public service institution whose mission is the advancement of knowledge and the pursuit of excellence. The University is committed to the promotion of lifelong learning through its academic and continuing education programs and to the formation of good citizenship through its community service learning programs. The diverse student body shares a wide range of cultural values and the University community fosters unity of purpose and cultivates mutual respect.

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● Architecture ● Business ● Education ● Engineering ● Honors College ● Liberal Arts ● Nursing ● Science ● Social Work ● Urban and Public Affairs www.utamavs.com

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The University fosters an active learning environment for its 29,000 students, who pursue 198 bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees with 10 colleges and schools.

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WHERE WE RANK

● In America’s Best Architecture & Design Schools for 2008, Design Intelligence ranked the School of Architecture’s graduate architecture program second in the South. ● A study by Decision Analyst ranked UT Arlington the No. 10 graduate business school in the United States. The study ranked 51 universities with graduate business degree programs. ● The Marketing Department ranks 27th worldwide in the latest American Marketing Association ratings in the Journal of Marketing. ● Since 2003, enrollment at the UT Arlington Fort Worth Center has skyrocketed from 596 to 1,288. Located in downtown Fort Worth, the center offers graduate, undergraduate and continuing education program tailored to the working professional.

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BY THE NUMBERS

● 80 Bachelors ● 74 Masters ● 31 Doctoral Enrollment ● 28,085 total ● 21,370 undergraduate ● 6,715 graduate Student Body:

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● 46.5 percent White ● 16.5 percent Hispanic ● 14.5 percent African American ● 10.2 percent Asian ● 10.0 percent International ● 1.8 percent Other ● 0.5 percent American Indian

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The University encompasses 420 acres and includes more than 100 buildings, some dating from 1919. In the past six years, the construction or renovation of more than a dozen buildings has added 1.2 million square feet to the physical plant. ● Construction began in 2008 on the $150 million Engineering Research Complex, which will forge innovative partnerships between engineering and science. Other projects include the Civil Engineering Laboratory Building, which opened in August 2008, and an expansion of the Engineering Lab Building. ● The School of Nursing’s Smart Hospital provides 13,000 square feet of space for student nurses to use cutting-edge learning technology. The facility features more than 30 full-body patient simulators in a 23-bed simulated hospital environment. ● UT Arlington’s purchases from Historically Underutilized Businesses (HUBs) ranked 12th among state agencies in Texas in 2008. HUB purchases accounted for almost a third of the Universities total expenditures.

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MAVERICK ACTIVITIES CENTER

● 20,000 sq. ft. weight and

fitness room (80+ pieces of cardio equipment, 4 circuit training units & free weight area

● 4 multipurpose rooms -

yoga, martial arts, aerobics, and more.

● 10 Badminton courts ● Game room which includes table tennis

● Social corridor with group seating and activity viewing

● Internet café with juice

● 5 Indoor basketball courts

bar (wired and wireless connection)

● 9 Volleyball courts

● Men’s and women’s health

● Indoor soccer gymnasium ● 2 Indoor tracks - 1/16 mile

club style locker rooms

● Wellness resource center

and 1/9 mile

● Conference rooms

● 5 Racquetball courts

● Climbing wall

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The Maverick Activities Center (MAC), a $34.5 million recreation facility, is approximately 190,000 sq. ft. and includes:

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COLLEGE PARK CENTER

● Approximately 218,000 square feet

● Seating Capacity: 6,500 ●Cost: Approximately $78 million

● Construction: Designed

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UT Arlington broke ground on the College Park Center on March 5, 2010, which will be located at the northeast corner of campus between South Center and South Pecan streets at West Second Street.

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UT Arlington women’s basketball team and director of athletics Pete Carlon take part in the ground breaking ceremony at the site of the College Park Center on March 5, 2010.

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ARLINGTON, TEXAS

Fort Worth-Arlington metropolitan area. According to a U.S. Census Bureau release, Arlington has an estimated population of 371,038. Arlington is the 7th largest city in Texas and the 50th largest city in the United States.

● Located approximately 12 miles east of downtown

Fort Worth and 20 miles west of downtown Dallas, Arlington is home to the Texas Rangers’ Ballpark in Arlington and the theme parks Six Flags Over Texas and the newly completed Cowboys Stadium.

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● Arlington is a city in Tarrant County, within the Dallas-

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DALLAS COWBOYS STADIUM

● America’s team completed its first year at Cowboys Stadium, just 2.5 miles from UT Arlington’s campus. ● The stadium will host Super Bowl XLV in 2011, beating out bids from the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, and Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. It will be the first time the Super Bowl has been played in Dallas, and just the third time in the state of Texas (2004 - Reliant Stadium, Houston; 1974 - Rice Stadium, Houston). ● Besides hosting 10 preseason and regular season Cowboys games, Cowboys Stadium will be the centerpiece of excitement with the following sporting eventstaking place during 2010-11, TCU vs. Oregon State (Sept. 4), Herbstreit Classic (Sept. 6), Tim McGraw concert (Sept. 10) and Texas A&M vs. Arkansas (Oct. 9).

STADIUM QUICK FACTS ● Stadium site covers 73 total acres. ● Stadium is 3 million square feet. ● Roof structure is 660,800 sq. ft. (one of the largest in the world). ● Approximate capacity of up to 100,000 fans. ● Largest retractable end zone doors in the world (120’X180’). ● Largest scoreboard in the world measuring at 72 ft. tall by 160 ft. wide (sideline boards) while fans in the end zones will view boards measuring 27 ft. tall by 48 ft. wide. ● Record attendance of 105,121 on September 21, 2009 (New York Giants at Dallas Cowboys).

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RANGERS BALLPARK IN ARLINGTON

located just 3.8 miles from UT Arlington’s campus.

● From the exterior to the interior many ideas from other

past ballparks were used when building the ballpark. As fans approach the ballpark, it resembles Ebbets Field with its red brick facade and arches. Once inside the ballpark, a brick Walk of Fame containing information and rosters of every Texas Rangers team extends around the entire facility. The Rangers home field is the only retro ballpark built that is enclosed as over 48,000 seats and four story office complex surround the playing field.

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● The Rangers Ballpark in Arlington was built in 1994,

STADIUM QUICK FACTS ● Stadium opened April 11, 1994 ● Capacity: 48,911 ● Cost: $191 million ● Hosted Major League Baseball All-Star Game in 1995 ● Kenny Rogers perfect game on June 28, 1994 ● Ian Kinsler hits for the cycle and has six hits on Apr. 15, 2009 ● Previous stadium, Arlington Stadium, existed just a quarter of a mile from new stadium. Rangers played in Arlington Stadium from 1972-1993.

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AMERICAN AIRLINES CENTER

● The Metroplex features five major professional sports teams and also has five professional/minor league franchises, including the Dallas Cowboys, Texas Rangers, Dallas Mavericks, FC Dallas, Dallas Stars, Frisco RoughRiders, Fort Worth Cats, Grand Prairie AirHogs, Texas Brahmas and the Texas Tornado. ● The NBA All-Star Festivities were held in Dallas in 2010. The game set a world record for the highest attendance at a single basketball game with 108,713 fans in attendance on February 14, 2010.

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DFW METROPLEX

● The Metroplex is a convenient travel destination with two airports (Dallas Fort Worth International Airport & Love Field Airport) within 25 miles of UT Arlington. DFW Airport is located 16 miles from campus while Dallas Love Field Airport is 24 miles from the university. DFW connects directly with 133 US markets and 36 international destinations. By 2010, DFW has served 100 million passengers a year. Love Field is the primary hub of Southwest Airlines and serves six million passengers annually.

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● Texas Motor Speedway opened in 1996 and was a $250 million project. The facility seats 191,122 fans, including 144 suites. The track is 1.5 miles (oval).

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● UT Arlington has become a first-choice university for students seeking a traditional college experience. With 300 campus organizations to choose from, students find it easy to become active participants in the Maverick community. ● With almost 4,300 students living on campus, UTA provides a robust learning atmosphere. More than 400 live in Kalpana Chawla Hall, which houses the University’s residential living/learning program. 96

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UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT James D. Spaniolo

He took office in February 2004 and immediately began building an administrative team and reaching out to stakeholders to map a course for UT Arlington’s future as a major national research university. Among his major accomplishments are growing the size and prestige of both the student body and the faculty, implementing the campus master plan (including the new Special Events Center, set to open in late 2011), and taking research activity at UT Arlington to record heights. President Spaniolo’s experience in higher education, law, philanthropy, politics and journalism make him uniquely qualified to lead a comprehensive teaching, research and public service institution like UT Arlington. With an enrollment of more than 29,000 students, UT Arlington is the second-largest of the 15 institutions in The UT System and offers 90 baccalaureate, 74 master’s and 34 doctoral degrees. And with a continued focus on technology transfer and economic development, UT Arlington is solidifying its status as a leading research university in the DallasFort Worth area, the state and the nation. Before coming to UT Arlington, President Spaniolo was dean of Michigan State University’s College of Communication Arts and Sciences. As dean from 1996 to 2003, he oversaw an enrollment increase of more than 1,000 students and helped establish the James H. and Mary B. Quello Center for Telecommunication Management and Law by raising more than $3.5 million. He forged a partnership with a newspaper corporation in Mexico and strengthened alumni outreach. He was also a professor in the School of Jour-

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nalism and taught courses on the First Amendment and communications law. Before his tenure at Michigan State, he was vice president and chief program officer of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, the largest media-related private foundation in the United States with more than $1.5 billion in assets. In seven years with the Knight Foundation, he directed a program that included major grants and initiatives to support journalism and a free press in the United States and worldwide. He also served as a member of the foundation’s Journalism Advisory Committee from 1997 to 2003. Before joining the Knight Foundation, President Spaniolo was a newspaper executive and lawyer with Knight-Ridder for more than a decade. He was vice president of human resources and assistant to the publisher at the Detroit Free-Press and general executive and general counsel at The Miami Herald. He began his legal career with the Miami law firm of Paul & Thomson, which represented The Herald, and later served as associate general counsel of the American Newspaper Publishers Association, where he established the organization’s legal department. He is a member of the Florida Bar and has been admitted to practice before the U.S. Supreme Court, the 5th and 11th U.S. Circuit Courts of Appeals and the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida. He graduated with high honors from Michigan State University in 1968 with a B.A. degree in political science. As a senior, he was editor-in-chief of the student daily, the State News. Following service in the U.S. Army Reserve, he became an assistant to Michigan State President Clifton R. Wharton Jr. from 1970 to 1972. He earned a law degree from the University of Michigan Law School in 1975 and a master’s degree in public administration from the University of Michigan Institute of Public Policy Studies (now the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy).

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2003-2004 Dr. Charles Sorber (Interim) 1995-2003 Dr. Robert Witt 1992-1995 Dr. Ryan Amacher 1972-1992 Dr. Wendell H. Nedderman 1968-1972 Dr. Frank Harrison 1959-1968 Dr. Jack Royce Woolf 1946-1959 Dr. E.H. Hereford 1923-1946 Dean Edward Everett Davis 1917-1923 Dean Myron L. Williams 1916-1917 John B. Dodson 1913-1916 H.K. Taylor 1902-1913 James McCoy Carlisle 1895-1902 Lee Morgan Hammond 1895-1902 William H. Trimble Arlington College, 1895-1902 Carlisle Military Academy, 1902-1913 Arlington Training School, 1913-1916 Arlington Military Academy, 1916-1917 Grubbs Vocational College, 1917-1923 North Texas Agricultural College, 1923-1949 Arlington State College, 1949-1967 The University of Texas at Arlington, 1967-Present

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Hailed as the ideal person to lead The University of Texas at Arlington into a new era of prominence, James D. Spaniolo was appointed the University’s seventh president in November 2003 by The University of Texas System Board of Regents.

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President Spaniolo has a son, Jamie, who lives in Washington D.C., and a daughter, Sarah, who lives in Los Angeles.

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Pete Carlon The fifth Director of Intercollegiate Athletics at UT Arlington since 1953, Pete Carlon is in his 15th year as the department’s director after serving twice in an interim role. Carlon has been with the university 30 years (since 1981), when he came to UT Arlington from Stephen F. Austin to become the head athletics trainer. He served as assistant or associate athletics director from 1984 until he was named director of athletics in May of 1996. During Carlon’s first tenure as interim athletics director in 1991-92, UT Arlington won five team conference titles and was ranked by the Women’s Sports Foundation as the second best Division I program in the nation in terms of commitment to gender equity. During the 1996-97 year, in Carlon’s first year as the permanent athletics director, the Mavericks claimed both the men’s and women’s Southland Conference All-Sports trophies, a first in the history of the UT Arlington athletics program. In 1998-99, UT Arlington again claimed both the men’s and women’s All-Sports Championship and won the SLC Commissioner’s Cup in the award’s second year of existence. The Commissioner’s Cup recognizes the conference’s best overall athletics program. In all, UT Arlington has won three Commissioner’s Cups and has finished among the top three schools in the race for the Cup each year since programs began competing for the award. During Carlon’s tenure, the UT Arlington women’s teams have captured five SLC All-Sports trophies and the men’s teams have won six all-sports awards. In all, the Mavericks have won 51 team conference championships during Carlon’s tenure as athletics director. Following the 2009-10 academic year, Carlon was named the Under Armour Athletic Director of the Year by the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics. Twenty-nine athletic directors were recognized with four geographic regions separated into seven categories. In 1997-98, Carlon teamed with then-University President Dr. Robert Witt to join forces with student and faculty leaders to spearhead the campaign for a referendum on a Student Intercollegiate Athletics Fee. This student athletics fee won overwhelming support

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from the student body and was enacted by the state legislature and then Gov. George W. Bush in 1999. The fee was the first of its kind in the state of Texas, and serves as a model for other institutions. Carlon has placed a special emphasis on maintaining an environment of academic excellence for UT Arlington student-athletes. Numerous academic support services and programs have been implemented to assist each student-athlete in their academic endeavors. UT Arlington athletics is involved with the NCAA CHAMPS/Life Skills program, which provides Maverick student-athletes opportunities for life enriching leadership experiences, community service and life skills training. During his 12-year tenure as head athletics trainer, Carlon served as president of the Southwest Athletic Trainers Association in 1987-88, was a member of the Southwest Athletic Trainers Association (SWATA) Executive Board, and served two terms on the national board of directors for the National Athletic Trainers Association. Carlon received one of the highest honors presented by the organization when he was named recipient of the NATA Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer Award in 1997. In 1989, Carlon was presented the Frank Medina Award for service to athletics training and mankind, and has twice (1988 and 1996) earned the Eddie Wojecki Award for service to SWATA.

Carlon completed a four-year term (19982002) on the NCAA Committee on Competitive Safeguards and Medical Aspects of Sports as well as the Subcommittee for Drug Education and Testing. He also is an active participant in the NCAA Athletics Certification process, having served on NCAA Peer Review Teams evaluating 10 other Division I institutions. He served as the president of the I-AAA Athletic Directors Association in 2005-06. Carlon spearheaded a facilities upgrade with the first phase of Clay Gould Ballpark renovation completed. Other facilities that have receive enhancement since 2002 include: the UT Arlington Tennis Center, Allan Saxe Softball Field and the track surface at Maverick Stadium. Most recently, Carlon has been heavily involved in the design and fund raising for UT Arlington’s $78 million Special Events Center which is currently under construction and is expected to be completed in the spring of 2012. Carlon earned a bachelor’s degree from Iowa State University in 1975 and his master’s degree from Northwest Missouri State University in 1976. He began his professional career at Arlington James Bowie High School in 1976 as a health teacher and athletics trainer, and was the school’s Teacher of the Year in 1978. Carlon and his wife, Beth, who is an elementary school administrator in Irving ISD, are both natives of Gowrie, Iowa.

He was inducted into the SWATA Hall of Fame in 1999 and the NATA Hall of Fame in 2005 the organization’s highest honor. Carlon served a two-year term as president of the Southland Conference and chair of its executive committee. He previously served on the executive committee in two-year stints as vice president/chair of the compliance committee and secretary/treasurer and chair of the finance committee. Carlon has also served on several committees, including Southland Conference Honors and Awards, Compliance, Strategic Planning, Championships, Officiating and Marketing and Television. Nationally, Carlon has been recently appointed for a four-year term on the Division I Academics Cabinet, after spending the last year as a member of the NCAA Division I Academics, Eligibility and Compliance Cabinet, the Transfer Issues Ad Hoc Subcommittee and chairing the Division I Financial Aid Subcommittee.

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ALMA MATER Dear School we love. You are our Alma Mater, And through the years, Our faith we shall proclaim. We are each one, A loyal son or daughter, Our song of praise, Shall glorify your name. Dear School we love, Forever Arlington.

HOW A GRUBBWORM BECAME A MAVERICK Hornets, Junior Aggies, Blue Riders and Rebels among long list of mascot names An aardvark as UTA’s mascot? It could’ve happened. The story begins more than 80 years ago. From 1917, when it joined the Texas A&M System, to 1921, the school’s athletic teams answered to Grubbers or the school’s name, Grubbs Vocational College) and Shorthorns (after the campus newspaper, The Shorthorn). Grubbers just wasn’t destined to last, and many didn’t like Shorthorns because that’s what freshman teams at the school’s hated rival, The University of Texas at Austin, were called. A Shorthorn editorial Nov. 12, 1921, liked Hornets the idea of the ‘Horn’ and the ‘Sting’ too.” So Hornets it was—but not for long. When the school changed to North Texas Agricultural College in 1923, the yearbook that appeared in the spring was called the Junior Aggie. This set in motion a gradual shift over the years from Hornets to Junior Aggies. In 1949, when the school became Arling-

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ton State College, the nickname was officially changed to Blue Riders. According to an Aug. 25, 1949, article in the Tarrant County Citizen, “It was felt that the name would be appropriate with the school colors (blue and white), and would allow artists an opportunity to sketch attractive designs for team uniforms.” Except Blue Riders never caught on, either. In 1951, President E.H. Hereford called a meeting of as many sophomores as he could find and asked them to suggest yet another mascot. Rebels subsequently won a student vote, and the fight song Dixie and mascot Johnny Red became intricate parts of the theme and continued as ASC became a four-year school in 1959. The theme was never seriously questioned until spring 1965 when some argued that Rebels depicted a symbol of slavery. Others maintained that it represented Southern heritage. Several votes for name changes were held over the next six years, including one in 1968 (one year after the school became The Univer-

sity of Texas at Arlington) when Aardvarks was the top vote-getter behind Rebels. In February 1970, with Rebels not being one of the choices, Texans won out over Mavericks and Apollos, but Mavericks prevailed in a runoff. The battle still wasn’t over as students forced a referendum a month later, and the Old South theme prevailed again. UTA President Frank Harrison pleaded with students to make a change. In May 1971, one more vote was held. Again, students could vote for any name they chose, as long as it wasn’t Rebels. Mavericks won over Toros, Rangers and Hawks. The first Maverick mascot was a horned horse. In later years it was patterned, sort of, after Sam Maverick, a wealthy Texas landowner who participated in many momentous events in the state’s early history, among them the defense of the Alamo. He died in 1870. Maverick accumulated a fabled empire and inspired the term “maverick” to denote an unbranded calf or an independent person.

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FIGHT SONG Blue, white, we’ve got the might, Mavericks, we’re gonna field Shout our praises to the sky V-I-C-T-O-R-Y Go big Mavericks UTA Mavericks Fight, Fight Go big Mavericks All the way Mavericks Fight Fight Go Mavs!

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Through a year round individualized training program, players undergo a rigorous conditioning regimen. This program is designed, supervised, scrutinized and implemented by a highly qualified and dedicated certified strength coach. Over the years strength coaching has evolved into immeasurably more than just weightlifting. Strength and conditioning is now performance enhancement. While weight lifting is still a fundamental facet, there are many other important features. Their program for athletes includes flexibility training, cardiovascular conditioning, speed and power development, improvement of self motivation and mental toughness. Not only do these efforts improve the quality of the athlete’s performance, but this program greatly reduces the potential for injury, reduces the extent of many injuries and expedites recovery in case there is an injury. At UT Arlington this is a year round endeavor, in-season and off season. Many of our student athletes choose to spend their summers in Arlington in order to extend their opportunity to train for a championship. We take tremendous pride in a facility and staff second to none in the nation. Every program is

uniquely matched to the athlete and the sport. The strength staff works very closely with the sport coaches to create a spirit of shared goals, consistent expectations and staying abreast of the most current technology and sport science. The strength staff at the University of Texas-Arlington is devoted to the scoreboard results of every team at the University, but, more importantly, we are devoted and committed to the personal success of every student-athlete on and off the field! “Our staff is committed to developing each athlete’s innate ability to the fullest. This includes: strength, power, speed, endurance, flexibility and resolve. We employ the latest techniques, equipment and motivation, as well as traditional principals, to ensure that our student-athletes are trained specifically and individually to be champions in their sport.” - Kathy Wagner, Head Strength and Conditioning Coach

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SPORTS MEDICINE

The Maverick health care team focuses on prevention, treatment and rehabilitation. Equipment, training, medical and strength and conditioning staffs are jointly committed to health care and prevention.

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“It has always been our philosophy to take a proactive approach to health care rather than just tending to our student-athletes after an injury,” said Roy Rudewick, head athletics trainer. Rudewick, a 1989 graduate of UT Arlington enters his fourth year with the Mavericks after more than a decade of service within the Arlington Independent School District. He will oversee all teams and will serve as the primary trainer for the men’s basketball program.

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A commitment to total care exists in every facet of UT Arlington’s approach to its student-athletes. UT Arlington Athletics Training facility contains modern equipment to ensure that a student-athlete is treated with care. Combined with the University health center, the studentathlete at UT Arlington is provided a team of physicians and care specialists.

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Diego Benitez Tennis

Scott Cross Men’s Basketball

Debbie Hedrick Softball

Samantha Morrow Women’s Basketball

Jay Rees Men’s Golf

John Sauerhage Track and Field Cross Country

ASSISTANT COACHES

Diane Seymour Volleyball

Darin Thomas Baseball Brandon Berger Track and Field

Zak Buncik MBB Dir. of Operations

Erin Clute Volleyball

Derrick Daniels Men’s Basketball

Jordan Durham Track and Field

Le-Net Franklin Softball Graduate Asst.

Erin Grant Women’s Basketball

K.J. Hendricks Baseball

Vince Kwasnick Softball

Shane Laflin Women’s Basketball

Marco Matteucci Tennis

David McLeod BSB Dir. of Operations

Andrae Patterson Men’s Basketball

Angela Perry Softball

Stuart Powell Golf

Gerald Richey Track and Field

Lindsay Scanlan Volleyball

Jay Sirianni Baseball

Lindsey Wilson Women’s Basketball

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ADMINISTRATION/ SUPPORT STAFF

Tony Burken Associate A.D. for Business and Operations

Travis Boren Marketing/Promotions Coordinator

Luke Brietzke Assistant Sports Information Director

Adriana Cantu Assistant Athletic Trainer

Pete Carlon Director of Athletics

Jason Chaput Asst. A.D. for Facilities and Events Manager

Gregg Elkin Assoc. A.D. for Communications and Media Relations

Kevin Fralicks Associate A.D. for External Affairs

Michella Gaiser Maverick Club/ External Affairs Coordinator

Debbie Garcia Sr. Associate A.D. for Academics & Compliance/SWA

Gina Giammanco Assistant Athletic Trainer

Kristyna Mancias Assistant Sports Information Director

Dr. Barry McKeown Faculty Representative

John Mocek Sr. Associate A.D. for Finance and Administration

Marla Morris Administrative Asst. for External Affairs

Lorraine Palmer Administrative Assistant II

Shirley Racioppa Support Specialist II

Dr. Bill Reeves Deputy A.D./Eligibility Certification Officer

Roy Rudewick Associate AD for Sports Medicine

Mary Russell Student Development Specialist/Academic Advisor

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Jed Stratton Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer

Sascha Schapiro Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer

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Mishael Berger Academics Coordinator

Kathy Wagner Strength and Conditioning Coach

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Being a Maverick means being active in the community both on campus and in the Arlington area. With the goal of building leaders in the community, the UT Arlington athletics department and its student-athletes take an active role in community service projects. Among the community service projects include the D.E.A.R. Mavericks (Drop Everything and Read) Program. Student athletes inspire youth from Arlington, Mansfield, Grand Prairie area schools by reading to classes and speaking to groups about the importance of staying in school.

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MAVS IN THE COMMUNITY

● Salvation Army Canned Food Drive (Athletics Dept) ● Strikeout Bone Cancer (Softball) ● Reading to elementary school students (Baseball) ● Helping UT Arlington students move into dorms (Athletics Dept.) ● Hatch Madness (Women’s Basketball Charity Event) ● Dig for the Cure (Volleyball) ● Think Pink Breast Cancer Awareness (Women’s Basketball) ● Miracle League Day (Baseball)

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The past two years, UTA student-athletes and coaches participated in the following community activities:

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2010 Hall of Honor inductees (L-to-R:) Christian Jaeger ( 1995-99, Tennis), Tracy Burr-Lemonia (1985-88; Women’s Basketball), Jim Marcum (1967-69, Football), Men’s Tennis SLC Championship Teams (1998-2001).

2010 HALL OF HONOR INDUCTION CLASS

TRACY BURR-LEMONIA Women’s Basketball 1985-88

CHRISTIAN JAEGER Tennis 1995-99

JIM MARCUM Football 1967-69

SLC CHAMPIONSHIP TEAMS Men’s Tennis 1998-2001

Tracy Burr went on to lead her team in scoring in each of her three seasons which includes a school-record mark of 19.6 points per game in 1987-88. Burr scored at least 300 points each season and registered 530 as a senior which is sixth on the school’s all-time scoring list.

Christian Jaeger helped lead his team to three Southland Conference championships, two of which were conference tournament titles. During this span he set a conference record by being named the Southland’s player of the year three consecutive years.

Jim Marcum led the Rebels with six interceptions and was rated one of the best allaround defensive backs ever coached by Coach Judd Ramsey. Marcum’s outstanding performances didn’t go unnoticed as he earned All-Southland Conference honorable mention accolades.

Under the direction of seventime Southland Conference Coach of the Year Patric DuBois, the teams recorded a 59-35 overall record and a 16-3 Southland Conference mark. The Mavericks dominated their tournament opponents registering six shutout wins, three of which came in the championship.

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HALL OF HONOR MEMBERS

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Burley Bearden ___________FB Coach ____________________1994 Sansiski Daniels _____________TF_______________________1994 Kathy Gunter-Stanfield______VB, WBB, TF, SB __________________1994 Name ________________Classification ______________ Inducted Willie Thomas ______________ FB ______________________1994 Don Easterling _________ SWIM Coach __________________1993 L.R. “Dink” Ford _____________MBB ______________________1993 Charlie Key ______________FB Coach ____________________1993 Gene Schrickel _____________MBB ______________________1993 H.A.D. “Hoss” Dunsworth_____S-A, Coach, Supporter ________________1992 Trey Hillman _____________ Baseball ____________________1992 Ric Nesbit ________________ SWIM _____________________1992 Bruce Tibbets ______________MBB ______________________1992 Al Culton __________________MBB ______________________1991 James G. “Klepto” Holmes____ FB, MBB, BSB ___________________1991 Gilbert Smith _______________TF_______________________1991 Wayne Coble ______________ FB, TF _____________________1990 Dale Drennan _______________TF_______________________1990 Carl Knox _______________MBB, TN, FB ___________________1990 Skip Butler_________________ FB ______________________1989 Theresa Frederick ___________ VB ______________________1989 Howard Payne Shannon _____BSB, TF _____________________1989 Roy Dewalt ________________ FB ______________________1988 Bobby Lane ____________ A-T, TF Coach __________________1988 Tom Tinker ___________ MBB Coach, AD _________________1988 Mike Baylor ________________ FB ______________________1987 Jody Conradt ________ VB, WBB, SB Coach ________________1987 Derrick Jensen _____________ FB ______________________1987 John Schnable _____________ FB ______________________1987 Dexter Bussey ______________ FB ______________________1985 Calvin Lee _________________ FB ______________________1985 Doug Russell ______________ SWIM _____________________1985 Chena Gilstrap _________ FB Coach, AD __________________1984 TEAMS 1998-2001 Men’s Tennis Teams __________________________2010 1977 Softball Team ____________________________________2008 1990-92 Men’s Track and Field Teams _____________________2007 1967, 68 Men’s Swimming and Diving Teams _______________2006 1995 Women’s Track and Field Teams _____________________2005 1980-81 Men’s Basketball Team 2005 1966, 67 Football Teams ________________________________2004 1998 Volleyball Team __________________________________2003 1989 Volleyball Team __________________________________2003 1956, 57 Football Teams ________________________________2003

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Name ________________Classification ______________ Inducted Tracy Burr-Lemonia _________ WB ______________________2010 Christian Jaeger ____________ TN ______________________2010 Jim Marcum _______________ FB ______________________2010 Rayla Allison _______________ SB ______________________2009 Mike Barnes _______________ FB ______________________2009 Jeff Burrow ________________ BSB ______________________2009 Jenny Hockett _______________TF_______________________2009 Gary Lewis_________________ FB ______________________2008 Heather Hoy-Martin _________ VB ______________________2008 Dr. Bill Reeves __________ MBB/Admin. __________________2008 Errol Byles __________________TF_______________________2007 Bob Diem _________________ FB ______________________2007 Theresa Noggler-Fangman __________ VB ______________________2007 Tom Beasley ___________ FB/BSB Coach __________________2006 Paul Renfro ________________MBB ______________________2006 B.G. Wilson ________________ BSB ______________________2006 Brenda Woodard____________ SB ______________________2006 Scotty Caldwell _____________ FB ______________________2005 Gwen Clardy-Ross____________TF_______________________2005 Christina Rudiger ___________ VB ______________________2005 Marvin “Butch” McBroom ___ BSB Coach/Admin. _________________2004 Carolyn Smith ______________WBB ______________________2004 Robert Willbanks ___________ FB ______________________2004 Ronald Hancock _____________TF_______________________2003 Eva Jonsson ________________TF_______________________2003 Justin Rowland ______________TF_______________________2003 Shawn Sweeten ____________ VB ______________________2003 Bruce Collie ________________ FB ______________________2002 Angela Nelson-Martinez ______TF_______________________2002 Ralph McPherson ___________MBB ______________________2002 Mike Nau __________________MBB ______________________2002 Fred Arnold ________________ FB ______________________2001 Ron Barnett _______________FB, BSB_____________________2001 Allen Lowes_______________ TF/FB _____________________2001 Katie Weismiller ____________ VB ______________________2001 Lisa Austin __________________TF_______________________2000 Dick Hill ___________________ FB ______________________2000 Monte Stratton ___________ TF Coach ____________________2000 Jimmy Thomas _____________ FB ______________________2000 Ana de Oliveira _____________ VB ______________________1999 Howard Prager _____________ BSB ______________________1999 Glen Throckmorton _________ FB ______________________1999 Larry Dowler ______________ SWIM _____________________1998 Danny Griffin_______________ FB ______________________1998 Brenda Marshall ____________ SB ______________________1998 Willie Brand ________________MBB ______________________1997 Mark Cannon ______________ FB ______________________1997 Lisa Love ________________VB Coach ____________________1997 Joel McCray_________________TF_______________________1997 Ken Ozee __________________ FB ______________________1997 Eddie Stallings _____________MBB ______________________1997 Sara Massey-Bontke __________TF_______________________1996 Paul “Cotton” Mitchell ________MBB ______________________1996 McClinton Neal ______________TF_______________________1996 Cliff Odom_________________ FB ______________________1996 Judd Ramsey_______________ FB ______________________1996 Mary Ridgway ____________VB Coach ____________________1996 Randy Thorpe ____________ Baseball ____________________1996

AD - Athletics Director Admin. - Administration A-T - Athletic Training BSB - Baseball FB - Football MBB - Men’s Basketball S-A - Student Athlete SB - Softball SWIM - Swimming TF - Track and Field TN - Tennis VB - Volleyball

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KAREN BORTA News Anchor KTVT-11 Dallas

CHRIS CAGLE Country Music Singer

KALPANA CHAWLA Aerospace Engineer Space Shuttle Columbia

GEN. TOMMY FRANKS Retired General United State Army

TREY HILLMAN Former MLB Manager Kansas City Royals

HUNTER PENCE MLB Player Houston Astros

LOU DIAMOND PHILLIPS Actor

ROYCE WEST State of Texas Senator

Keith Alcorn, actor Jimmy Neutron Lillie Biggins, Vice President for Operations - Harris Methodist Hospital, Fort Worth Karen Borta, news anchor, KTVT - Channel 11, Dallas Theron Bowman, Chief of Police, City of Arlington Chris Cagle, Country music singer Brian Chase, NASA’s Assistant Administrator for Legislative Affairs Kalpana Chawla, aerospace engineer, Mission Specialist, Space Shuttle Columbia Gen. Tommy Franks, retired General, United States Army Ralph Hawkins, architecture Trey Hillman, Kansas City Royals Manager David Kunkle, Police Chief, City of Dallas Ralph Mendoza, Chief of Police, City of Fort Worth Hunter Pence, Houston Astros Outfielder Lou Diamond Phillips, actor Phil Porter, 18-year Volunteer Social Worker for the AISD Venture School Roland Pryor, Harvard University, Assistant Professor, Economics Vasudev Rangadass, CEO of Net.Orange Gary Trietsch, Houston District Engineer for Texas Department of Transportation Kelcy Warren, CEO and Chairman of the Board for Energy Transfer Partners, LP David Webster, President and CEO of Kinro Corporation Royce West, State of Texas Senator Jim Wilkinson, Senior Advisor to Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice Roy L. Williams, Chief Scout Executive, Boy Scouts of America Morgan Woodward, actor Trey Yelverton, City of Arlington Deputy City Manager for Economic Development

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