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This Is Runners Softball__________ 2-3 Roadrunner Field_________________ 4

T his I s UTSA

UTSA_________________________ 6-7 Campus Life___________________ 8-9 Campus Recreation___________ 10-11 A Focus on Academics________ 12-13 Career Services______________ 14-15 Athletic Medicine_ ______________ 16 Strength and Conditioning________ 17 San Antonio_________________ 18-19 NCAA Compliance______________ 20

Samantha Beeson_______________ 36 Carrie Monroe__________________ 37 Corley Call_____________________ 37 Alaina Byars_ __________________ 38 Haylee Staton_ _________________ 38 Siera Sproul____________________ 39 Courtney Buchman______________ 39 Shelby Ruderman_ ______________ 40 Jori Fox________________________ 40 Molly Fichtner_ _________________ 41 Katy Akins_____________________ 41 Team Photo_____________________ 42

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Season Outlook______________ 22-23 Roster_________________________ 24 Schedule_______________________ 25 Media Information_ _____________ 26

Stephanie Hughes_______________ 44 Michelle Cheatham______________ 45 Brittany Cantu__________________ 46 Support Staff___________________ 46 Lynn Hickey____________________ 47 Dr. Ricardo Romo_______________ 48

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Danyé Holmes__________________ 28 Emily Humpal___________________ 29 Kristin Kappler__________________ 30 Caitlyn Ivy_ ____________________ 31 Ashley Kappler_________________ 32 Laura Little_ ____________________ 33 Nikki Goff_ ____________________ 34 Morgan Luksa__________________ 35

2011 Opponents_ ___________ 50-51 2011 Opponents Series_______ 52-53 Southland Conference___________ 54

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2010 Season Statistics___________ 56 2010 Results___________________ 57 Southland Conference Review_____ 58

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Retired Jerseys__________________ 60 Roadrunners In The Pros__________ 61 Honor Roll_ _________________ 62-63 Career Records______________ 64-65 Single-Season Records________ 66-67 Single-Game Records____________ 68 NCAA/Conference Records______ 69 Year-By-Year Results___________ 70-74 Letterwinners___________________ 74 Coaching History_ ______________ 74 Conference Champions__________ 75 TV/Radio Chart_________________ 76

C redits The 2011 UTSA Softball Media Guide was designed, written and edited by Assistant Athletics Communications Director Jordan Korphage, with assistance from Assistant AD/Athletics Communications Kyle Stephens, Associate Director Brian Hernandez, Assistant Director Tony Baldwin and student assistants Arielle Andres and Ryan Brown. Most photography by Jeff Huehn of Lazy J Photography and Mark McClendon of UTSA Photographic Services.

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Name____________________________________University of Texas at San Antonio Founded__________________________________________________________ 1969 Enrollment_________________________________ 30,395 (25,893 undergraduate) President (Alma Mater)_____________________________ Dr. Ricardo Romo (Texas) Athletics Director (Alma Mater)__________________ Lynn Hickey (Ouachita Baptist) Affiliation________________________________________________ NCAA Division I Conference_____________________________________________________Southland Nickname___________________________________________________ Roadrunners Colors___________________________________Navy Blue (289) & Orange (1665) Interim Head Coach (Alma Mater)______________ Stephanie Hughes (Texas State) Record at UTSA (Years)/Career Record (Years)__________ 0-0 (first season)/same Assistant Coaches_____________________ Michelle Cheatham, Brittany Cantu (vol.) Letterwinners Returning/Lost___________________________________________9/8 Position Starters Returning/Lost_________________________________________5/4 Pitchers Returning/Lost________________________________________________3/0 2010 Overall Record_______________________________________________ 23-29 2010 Conference Record (Finish)________________________________ 15-15 (7th) Facility (Capacity)___________________________________ Roadrunner Field (300) Surface (Dimensions)_ ____________________Natural Grass (200’ / 200’ / 200’) Press Box Phone_ _________________________________________(210) 458-4898 First Year of Softball________________________________________________ 1992 All-Time Record________________________________________________ 545-466-2 NCAA Tournament Appearances (Years)______________________ 2 (2004, 2006) Assistant Athletics Communications Director/Softball Contact___ Jordan Korphage Office Phone/Fax___________________________________(210) 458-4930/4569 E-Mail__________________________________________jordan.korphage@utsa.edu Mailing Address___________________ One UTSA Circle, San Antonio, TX 78249

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• Natural grass surface • Dimensions: LF - 200 feet CF - 200 feet RF - 200 feet • Bleacher wraps added in 2008 • Lights, split-masonry backstop and new state-of-the-art netting added in Fall 2006 • Fall 2005 renovations include a new scoreboard, new fencing and windscreen and a press box reconfiguration • Home and visiting team bullpens • Seating for more than 300 fans with exceptional sightlines • Features the Marie Estes Collins Indoor Hitting Facility



M arie E stes C ollins I ndoor H itting F acility Built in 1998, UTSA’s indoor hitting facility (pictured, right) bears the name of generous softball booster Marie Estes Collins. Located directly behind the left field fence, the facility covers 3,600 square feet and features a retractable cage with turf flooring.

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T h i s I s UTSA

UTSA___________________________ 6-7 Campus Life____________________ 8-9 Campus Rec_________________ 10-11 A Focus On Academics______ 12-13 Career Services_ ____________ 14-15 Athletic Medicine________________ 16 Strength & Conditioning_ _______ 17 San Antonio_________________ 18-19 NCAA Compliance_______________ 20


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UTSA

The University of Texas at San Antonio was founded on June 5, 1969, by Texas Governor Preston Smith.

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UTSA serves the San Antonio metropolitan area and the broader region of South Texas through programs and services offered from its three campuses: Main Campus, Downtown Campus and Hemisfair Park Campus. With more than 30,000 students enrolled in 134 undergraduate and graduate degree programs, UTSA is the second-largest component in The University of Texas System and has been one of the state’s fastest-growing public universities for much of the last decade. UTSA listed an enrollment of 30,395 (25,893 undergraduates) for 2009-10, making it the sixthlargest school in the state of Texas. UTSA offers 64 bachelor’s, 49 master’s and 21 doctoral degree programs in the colleges of Architecture, Business, Education and Human Development, Engineering, Honors, Liberal and Fine Arts, Public Policy, Sciences and in the Graduate School.

Dr. Ricardo Romo, a San Antonio native, became UTSA’s fifth president in 1999 and is the first Hispanic president in the university’s 41-year history.

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The university’s three campuses provide access and opportunity for large numbers of historically underserved students. More than 58 percent of UTSA’s students come from groups underrepresented in higher education. Many students are the first in their families to attend a college or university. As the region’s largest generator of engineers, artists, business professionals, teachers, scientists and technology managers, UTSA has produced more than 78,000 graduates since awarding its first degree in 1974. UTSA has a total of 615 budgeted tenure/ tenure-track faculty positions. Ninety-eight percent of full-time faculty hold doctorates or equivalent terminal degrees. UTSA has a total of 36 endowed academic positions, a measure of academic excellence. They include 14 distinguished chairs, six chairs, six distinguished professorships, nine professorships and one faculty fellowship In addition to the educational advantages UTSA offers, its economic impact directly and indirectly produces 1.2 billion in annual business revenues and supports an estimated 15,720 jobs in the San Antonio metropolitan statistical area. Purchases by UTSA in 2009 totaled $65 million, with $16.5 million or 25 percent designated or obtained from historically underutilized business (HUB) vendors. Sources: UTSA Public Affairs Office



In 1973 construction began on UTSA’s original campus, now known as the Main Campus, on a 600-acre tract in the rolling foothills of San Antonio’s northwest side

UTSA opened the 11-acre Downtown Campus in 1997.


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M i s s i o n Stat e m e n t

The University of Texas at San Antonio is dedicated to the advancement of knowledge through research and discovery, teaching and learning, community engagement and public service. As an institution of access and excellence, UTSA embraces multicultural traditions, serving as a center for intellectual and creative resources as well as a catalyst for socioeconomic development for Texas, the nation and the world.

University Center Sources: Wikipedia The Biotechnology, Sciences and Engineering Building is one of the largest and most sophisticated science facilities at any institution of higher education in Texas.

Sources: WikiResearch expenditures pedia at UTSA increased to more than $67.4 million in 2009, a 30 percent increase from the previous year.

UTSA has plans for $265 million in construction over the next three years. The University recently received funding from the Texas Legislature for an $82 million building for the College of Engineering, where enrollment has grown more than 90 percent in six years.




C am p u s L i f e L au r e l V i l l a g e UTSA has four housing complexes on its Main Campus offering several styles of group living. On-campus housing accommodates approximately 3,700 students. Students living on-campus are close to classrooms, the student center, food courts, library, athletics facilities and the student recreation center. Chaparral Village and Laurel Village are the two newest on-campus residences and both offer two- and fourbedroom suites with cable television, high speed Internet and kitchenettes, study rooms, a computer lab, a swimming pool and basketball courts.

C h a pa r r a l V i l l a g e

R o a d r u n n e r C a f ĂŠ C o mm o n s

The UTSA Library provides both electronic and physical access to information resources and services including a collection of 1,280,000 books, 41,000 periodicals and journal subscriptions, 54,000 audiovisual items and 300 electronic databases as well as manuscripts, maps, media and microforms.




The Recreation and Wellness Center is a state-of-the-art 300,000 squarefoot facility housing a wide variety of programs and facilities from fitness and aquatics centers, basketball, racquetball and beach volleyball courts to massage studios and a rock-climbing wall.

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Sources: Wikipedia UTSA students, faculty and staff have many options for dining on campus.

Real Food on Campus at Roadrunner Café, located adjacent to Chaparral Village, is an all-you-care-to-eat residential restaurant that includes a deli, brick oven pizza and stir-fry.

Other on-campus dining options include Smoothie King inside the Recreation and Wellness Center, Einstein Bros. Bagels in the Biotechnology, Sciences & Engineering Building, Extreme Pita in the Business Building and a Subway, Grille Works and C3 Convenience Store at the Downtown Campus.

The University Center (UC) Food Court houses Chili’s Too, Taco Cabana, Panda Express and Burger King, while Starbucks, Subway and a C3 Convenience Store are a short walk away.

The John Peace Library (JPL) Food Court houses Chick-fil-A, Sushic-The Sushi Company, Montague’s Deli, Freshens Frozen Treats, Bene Pizza & Pasta and a C3 Convenience Store.




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The UTSA Recreation & Wellness Center received the National Intramural and Recreational Sports Association Outstanding Facility Award in 2009.

Campus Rec The UTSA Recreation & Wellness Center is one of the largest campus recreation centers in the state of Texas, containing nearly 300,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor space. The facility consists of six program areas — fitness and wellness, open recreation, intramural sports, club sports, outdoor pursuits and aquatics.

The UTSA Recreation & Wellness Center houses more than 24,000 square feet of weight and cardio space.

Campus Recreation offers personal training, fitness assessments, nutritional guidance and group exercise for no additional fee. Group exercise consists of more than 25 classes ranging from yoga to kickboxing. 10


The 18,000 square-foot cardio room features numerous machines ranging from tread mills, ellipticals and stationary bikes to rowers and spin bikes.

The Outdoor Aquatics Center features a three-lane lap pool, leisure pool, lazy river, hot tubs, ample lounge space, a pair of beach volleyball courts and a basketball court.

The jogging track, one-sixth of a mile in length, circles above four regulation basketball courts.

The 54-foot rockclimbing wall is the largest of its kind on any campus in the state of Texas.

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Services

M i s s i o n S tat e m e n t Team Academics was established in order to provide academic services for student-athletes. We provide the necessary academic support services for all studentathletes to be successful in the classroom and pursue an undergraduate degree while competing as an athlete. The center is dedicated to the academic and personal development of all student-athletes. Consistent with the mission of the University of Texas at San Antonio, the Athletics Department is committed to provide an environment in which student-athletes can be successful academically, athletically and socially. In doing so, the department dedicates itself to absolute compliance with the rules of the University of Texas System, the university, the Southland Conference and the National Collegiate Athletic Association.

V i s i o n S tat e m e n t The UTSA Athletics Department will be successful in its mission when … • Student-athletes achieve academically and compete athletically at the highest level and are prepared with skills for life. • It achieves a level of social responsibility, honesty and integrity higher than is expected by the public and is required by laws, policies, guidelines and rules. • Athletics is the focal point for school identity, pride and spirit among students, faculty, staff, alumni and the surrounding community. • The community benefits from public service, affordable entertainment and economic growth derived from athletics.

Academic Success UTSA student-athletes have earned numerous academic awards in the past eight years. Twenty-three Roadrunners have been named Southland Conference Student-Athlete of the Year in their respective sports, the league’s top honor, for academic and athletics success. UTSA has had six student-athletes chosen as an ESPN the Magazine/ CoSIDA Academic All-American, one of the top honors that can be bestowed upon a collegiate athlete, while 26 have earned Academic All-District accolades in the last six years. Since 2003, 565 student-athletes have been named to the SLC Commissioner’s Honor Roll, including 102 in the 2009-10 academic year. 12


Academics In April 2009, a state-of-the-art academic learning center opened its doors to UTSA student-athletes. The 4,000 square-foot James and Catherine Bodenstedt Athletic Learning Center houses five study carrels, two large conference rooms, a classroom, computer lab and office space for the Academic Services staff.

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Co lin H owl e tt A s s o c i at e A D / A ca d e m i c S e r v i c e s

Colin Howlett is in his first year as Associate Athletics Director for Academic Services at UTSA. He is responsible for overseeing academic support services for the entire department. Howlett comes to UTSA from Virginia Tech, where he was a member of the Student-Athlete Academic Support Services for 13 years. He began his tenure as Assistant Director in August 1997 and served in that capacity until his promotion to Associate Director in August 2001. He also was the Interim Director from July 2008-January 2009. While in Blacksburg, Howlett was responsible for developing and implementing academic success programs and providing academic, career and personal counseling to studentathletes in the sports of football, men’s and women’s cross country, men’s golf, men’s and women’s soccer and women’s volleyball. He also assisted in the planning and development of the department’s Learning Assistance Program, served as the liaison to the Registrar’s Office and to the Office of Services for Students with Disabilities and helped coordinate the tutorial, peer mentor and study hall programs for all student-athletes. Prior to his tenure at Virginia Tech, Howlett was an Academic/Athletic Counselor at Maine from 1996-97. He also spent two years at Austin Peay where he served as an Academic Services Intern from 1994-95 and as the Interim Compliance Coordinator for six months before joining the staff at Maine. Howlett earned his bachelor’s degree in business administration with an emphasis on human resource management from Susquehanna University in 1990. He received a master’s degree in health and physical education with an emphasis in athletic administration from Southern Mississippi in 1994.

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Emily Patton

Ben Wegemer

Bill Hickey

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Career Services

C o n n e c t i n g UTS A Student-Athletes t o C a r e e r Development Resources

Career

“There are more than 380,000 student-athletes and most of them go pro in something other than sports.” — NCAA Public Service Announcement The mission of the UTSA University Career Center is to assist students and alumni in identifying and developing the skills necessary to pursue lifelong career goals. The Career Center provides comprehensive career planning, job search skill development and a wide range of tools and resources designed to assist students and alumni in conducting a successful job search. The Career Center’s Web site, utsa.edu/careercenter, contains full-time professional, internship, co-op, work-study and part-time job listings, which are updated daily. Dozens of employers visit campus each year to interview UTSA students for full-time professional positions, as well as intern, co-op and other jobs. Multiple career fairs are held each semester and are attended by hundreds of employers from a variety of disciplines. These events offer information on full- and part-time jobs, internships and more. The Career Center employs a total of 11 career counselors, one of which, Stefanie Cisneros, is dedicated to serving student-athletes at UTSA. Individual career counseling appointments are available with counselors to discuss any aspect of your career development. They will use a variety of methods to help you learn more about career interests, including free online career assessments. In addition, career counselors can assist you in developing job search skills such as resumé writing, interview preparation and networking skills. Throughout the year, a variety of workshops are offered on various career-related topics, including several designed specifically for student-athletes.

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Why do employers seek student-athletes?

Student-Athletes possess many of the skills and abilities which are often sought by organization recruiters. Characteristics such as mental toughness, self-confidence, and performing under pressure are needed to be successful in any workplace. Listed below are additional qualities athletes can transfer from the playing field into the workplace. TEN QUALITIES OF TEAM P LAYER S • Time management • Teamwork • Goal-directed • Competitive • Confidence • Persistence and endurance • Loyalty • Discipline • Ability to accept constructive criticism • Resilience Adapted from: Bohac, Jennifer. Career Game Plan for Student-Athletes, Prentice Hall, New Jersey, 2000.


Services Career Center Partner Organizations

Hundreds of employers converge on the UTSA campus each year to participate in career fairs, information sessions and networking events and as guest speakers for workshops and in classrooms. Listed below is a sampling of just a few of the organizations with which the Career Center partners. Organizations marked with an asterisk have previously hired UTSA student-athletes for internships or full-time positions. AT&T * bp Energy * Capital Group Companies CIA CPS Energy Deloitte and Touche, LLP * Enterprise * Ernst & Young LLP FBI Frost Bank Harlandale ISD HEB Hyatt Hotels and Resorts * Judson ISD * KPMG LLP Marcus & Millichap Real Estate Investment * Medtronic * Microsoft Corporation NASA National Security Agency New York Life Northeast ISD Northrop Grumman Northside ISD Northwestern Mutual NuStar Energy Padgett Stratemann & Co., LLP Pape-Dawson Pepsi Bottling Group Planto Roe Financial Services, Inc. Raytheon San Antonio ISD Sapient Financial Group Southwest ISD Southwest Research Institute South San Antonio ISD Sportball Systems, Inc. Spurs Sports and Entertainment Target Corporation * TCEQ Tesoro Companies, Inc. Toyota Union Pacific Railroad United States Census Bureau U.S. Department of State U.S. Marshals USAA Valero Energy Corporation Veteran’s Administration Walgreens * Walt Disney World Wells Fargo Westin YMCA Zachry Holdings, Inc.

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St e f a n i e Cisneros S tu d e n t - A t h l e t e Career Counselor

Stefanie Cisneros is in her third year as career counselor for all UTSA student-athletes and her 10th year as a staff member of the UTSA Career Center Office. During her tenure, Cisneros has had the opportunity to speak to national audiences through professional presentations at the Southern Association of Colleges and Employers Annual Conference, the American Humanics Management Institute, the California Association for Counseling and Development Regional Conference and as a co-presenter at the National Careers Conference. Her most recent presentation, “Transfer the Magic from Playing Field to Career Field”, addressed the career development needs of student-athletes and best practices for working effectively with student-athlete populations and athletics departments. Cisneros is currently involved in several professional organizations, including memberships in the National Career Development Association (NCDA), Southern Association of Colleges and Employers (SoACE), National Association for Colleges and Employers (NACE) and the Texas Cooperative Education and Internship Association (TXCEIA). Cisneros graduated from UTSA in 2001 with a bachelor of science degree in kinesiology and completed a master of arts degree in community counseling from UTSA in 2008. 15


Athletic Medicine Sources: Wikipedia The UTSA Athletic Training Department is committed to providing the highest standard of sports medicine care to all Roadrunners studentathletes. This includes education, prevention, evaluation, recognition, treatment and rehabilitation of injuries and illnesses associated with athletic participation. Referral necessary for additional medical and psychological evaluation and treatment is also provided. The athletics training staff is dedicated to this mission and compliance with UTSA, Southland Conference and NCAA rules and regulations.

The UTSA training staff works under the direction of Associate Athletics Director for Athletic Medicine, Jerry Greeson. All of the physicians that work with the training staff come from the University of Texas Health Science Center Medical School and those physicians, along with selected non-physicians, compose the sports medicine team. The training staff is responsible for the care, prevention and rehabilitation of athletic injuries, taping and wrapping procedures, emergency situations should they occur, attendance of practices and home and away events that occur to 17 intercollegiate sports. UTSA student-athletes receive care from a centralized training center which has state-of-the-art therapeutic modalities and rehabilitation equipment to give student-athletes the best care available.

Jerry Greeson

Brenna Ellis

Rhodie Moss

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A s s o c i at e H e ad Athletic Trainer

A s s i s ta n t A t h l e t i c Trainer

Jana Joyner

Haj Takashima

Adam Cohn

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A s s i s ta n t A t h l e t i c Trainer

Athletic Training Intern

Student Trainers Juan Brionnes, David Cammack, Raquel De La Garza, Andrea Dunn, Kathryn Evans, Symone Irorhe, Mandy Izzary, Kyle Kratzenberg, Laura Larrumbide, Nia LeBlanc, Stefani Marion, Shantel Nemeth, Yomi Sanchez, Heather Schlomisky, Marcus Stallings. Consulting Physicians Jorge Gomez, Richard Holcomb, David Schmidt 16

UTSA student-athletes receive care from a centralized training center, which has state-ofthe-art therapeutic modalities and rehabilitation equipment to give them the best care available.


Strength & Conditioning Sources: The missionWikipedia of the UTSA Strength & Conditioning staff is the improvement of athletic performance. This is done through structured programs of lifting and conditioning and the prevention/reduction of athletic injuries. Utilizing a variety of techniques ranging from Olympic lifts and core work to sports-specific lifts, we strive for a continual improvement in strength, power, speed, agility and flexibility. Through scientifically-based and research-backed developed programs, we attempt to maximize an individual’s and teams’ performance.

Charlie Dudley

Travis Reust

Derrick Jenkins

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A s s o c i at e H e ad C o a c h

A s s i s ta n t C o a c h

UTSA student-athletes are running faster and getting stronger thanks to a commitment to an enhanced strength and conditioning program and a new weight room completed in 2005.

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San Antonio has a population of approximately 1.3 million, making it the nation’s seventh-largest city. San Antonio was the third-fastest growing city in the country in 2009. With more than 26 million visitors per year, San Antonio is one of the top tourist destinations in the United States. San Antonio boasts some of the state’s most visited attractions: The Alamo (1), The River Walk (2), SeaWorld® San Antonio (4), Six Flags® Fiesta Texas® (13) and the San Antonio Zoo (14). Settled in 1731, San Antonio is one of the American West’s oldest cities and its rich history surfaces in its architecture, neighborhoods, food, culture and traditions. With 300 days of sunshine annually and an average temperature of 70 degrees, San Antonio is an ideal destination year round. San Antonio has 68 miles of urban hike and bike trails and more than 11,000 acres of urban parks.

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San Antonio boasts one of the largest military concentrations in the country with Fort Sam Houston, Lackland Air Force Base and Randolph Air Force Base located in the city. San Antonio is home to five Fortune 500 companies: Valero Energy, Tesoro Petroleum, Clear Channel Communications, USAA and NuStar Energy. The largest medical research and care provider in South Texas, the South Texas Medical Center, calls San Antonio home. San Antonio is a sports town, as it is home to four professional sports franchises: the four-time NBA Champion San Antonio Spurs, the WNBA’s Silver Stars, the American Hockey League’s Rampage and the San Diego Padres’ Double-A affiliate Missions. San Antonio is a sports destination, as it annually hosts the Valero Alamo Bowl, the U.S. Army AllAmerican Bowl, the PGA Tour Valero Texas Open and the Champions Tour AT&T Championship. The city also has hosted three NCAA Men’s Final Fours, two Women’s Final Fours, five NCAA Basketball Regionals, three Big 12 Football Championship Games and Dallas Cowboys Training Camps. Sources: San Antonio Convention & Visitor’s Bureau

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The NCAA Rules

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Compliance with NCAA rules is one of the highest priorities for our athletics program and institution. As a member of the NCAA, the University of Texas at San Antonio is accountable for the actions of its boosters and fans. Even the bestintentioned action on a fan’s part may be a violation of NCAA rules. Please contact the UTSA Compliance Office if you have any questions concerning what is permissible Inquiries should be directed to the UTSA Compliance Office at this address: UTSA Compliance Office Intercollegiate Athletics One UTSA Circle San Antonio, TX 78249 Phone: (210) 458-5493

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Representatives of Athletics Interests

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A “representative of UTSA’s athletics interests,” or booster, is anyone who: • Has ever participated in or is currently a member of the various athletics department support groups; • Has made a donation to the athletics program; • Has helped arrange summer and/ or vacation employment for studentathletes; or • Has been involved, in anyway, in the promotion of UTSA’s athletics program

NCAA Compliance Extra Benefits

Prospective and current student-athletes may not receive extra benefits. An extra benefit is any special arrangement by an institutional employee or representative of the institution’s athletic interests to provide a student-athlete or his/her family a benefit not authorized by NCAA legislation. Extra benefits would include, but are not limited to: • An employment arrangement for a prospect’s relatives; • Gifts of clothing or equipment; • Cosigning of loans; • Providing loans to a prospect’s relatives or friends; • Cash or like items; • Use of an automobile; • Any tangible items, including merchandise; • Free or reduced-cost services, rentals or purchases of any type; • Free or reduced-cost housing • Use of a college’s athletic equipment; • Sponsorship of or arrangement for an award banquet for high school, prep school or two-year college athletes by a college, athletics representative or its alumni groups; • Employment of a student-athlete at a rate higher then the wages paid for similar work; and • Payment to a student-athlete for work not performed.

Recruiting

Only coaches and athletics department staff may be involved in the recruiting process. Athletic representatives are prohibited from contacting a prospective student-athlete or members of his/her family by telephone, letter, e-mail, or in person for the purpose of encouraging participation in athletics at The University of Texas at San Antonio. This prohibition remains in effect even after the prospect signs a national letterof-intent (scholarship offer). You can do your part by forwarding names of any potential recruits to the UTSA coaching staffs.

Prospective Student-Athlete

A prospective student-athlete is a person who has started classes for the ninth grade. You can become a prospect even if you have not started the ninth grade, if a college gives you or your relatives any financial aid help or other benefits that it does not give others. Before a prospect can make an official visit to UTSA, he/she must present (1) a score from a PSAT, SAT or ACT test (through an official high school or testing agency), (2) an academic transcript, and (3) must register with the NCAA Eligibility Center and must be placed on the institution’s institution request list with the NCAA Eligibility Center.

Visiting UTSA Official Visit: An “official visit” is a visit paid in whole or in part by the university and cannot exceed 48 hours in length. A prospect can make a total of five official visits, with a limit of only one per university. Unofficial Visit: An “unofficial visit” is a visit made at the prospect’s own expense. The university may provide (a) three complimentary tickets to an on-campus athletics event in which the university’s team is competing and (b) transportation to view off-campus practice and competition sites within a 30-mile radius. Prospects can make as many unofficial visits as they want. More information concerning recruiting and initial eligibility can be found online at: www.ncaa.org www.goUTSA.com

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An even mix of experienced returners and newcomers make up the 2011 UTSA softball team. Interim head coach Stephanie Hughes returns nine letterwinners from last year’s squad that finished with 23 wins overall and in seventh place in the Southland Conference at 15-15. The Roadrunners return 75 percent of their offensive production from a year ago, highlighted by junior Caitlyn Ivy, a preseason first-team all-conference and 2010 second-team National Fastpitch Coaches Association All-Region selection. Ivy had a breakout season last spring, leading the team in seven offensive categories while pacing the Southland in slugging percentage (.660) and home runs (12). Hughes also welcomes 10 newcomers — senior Carrie Monroe, juniors Corley Call and Alaina Byars, sophomore Haylee Staton and freshmen Siera Sproul, Courtney Buchman, Shelby Ruderman, Jori Fox, Molly Fichtner and Katy Akins — to campus. “The team chemistry that we have right now is the best it’s been in a while,” Hughes said. “They are gelling together really well. The newcomers are stepping right in and the veterans are accepting that because they see how talented our newcomers are.” Where starting positions have been spoken for in previous seasons, this year could see several different lineups thanks to the versatility of the squad. Having those options is something to which Hughes is looking forward. “As a coach, having several all-around players is a nice problem to have,” she said. “I’ve been on other staffs where we’ve wondered how we would fill the lineup, and that’s just not the case with this group.”

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season after posting a half dozen wins to go along with a 4.05 ERA in 109 innings of work. All six of her wins came in Southland action, where she held opponents to a .242 batting average. As a freshman, Holmes earned secondteam all-conference honors after going 9-6 (8-1 in league play) with a 2.23 ERA and 78 strikeouts in 101.1 innings. Luksa, a right-hander from Clear Creek, is coming off her best season as a Roadrunner after going 4-5 with a team-leading 2.70 ERA in 98.2 frames. She made 20 appearances out of the bullpen and recorded two saves on the year. Luksa only got better as the season progressed, leading the league with a 1.64 ERA in Southland contests. Staton and Akins also could see time out of the bullpen this spring. Staton comes to UTSA after compiling a 10-6 record and 1.56 ERA at Concordia where she earned first-team All-American Southwest Conference honors. Meanwhile, Akins is fresh off her senior campaign at Bowie High School where she led the Bulldogs to a state runner-up finish in 2010. “You can’t coach the experience that Danyé and Emily have,” Hughes said. “Emily will probably throw most of the innings, but we’ll try to get Morgan more work this year. Those three, along with the two newcomers, give us the luxury of having five pitchers we can go to at any point. Haylee and Katy are different from the other three in that they rely more on movement rather than power and we look for that contrast to keep opposing hitters off balance.”

Catchers Hughes will rely on two freshmen, Fichtner and RuderPitchers man, to handle the experienced pitching staff behind the All three pitchers that saw time in the circle last spring plate. return and once again will share the workload this sea With Ruderman battling an injury in the fall, Fichtner son. handled all the catching in fall practices. Hughes believes Seniors Emily Humpal and Danyé Holmes along with both are where they need to be offensively heading into junior Morgan Luksa pitched every inning and combined the season and that they will continue to learn how to to record 22 complete manage the staff as the year progresses. games, five shutouts “I don’t see a problem with starting either one of them and 237 strikeouts. right now,” she said. “Getting them used to the speed of Humpal, a rightthe college game is our biggest challenge right now, but hander from Corpus they are catching on quickly.” Christi, logged 142 Infielder Ashley Kappler also will be available to catch panels last season and if necessary. led the staff with 10 complete games, three Infielders shutouts and 132 pun- UTSA returns half of its infield from last season, led by chouts while recording Ivy. a 3.80 ERA. Seven of However, look for the Huntington native to see more her team-leading 13 time at first base this season, a position she made four wins came in conferstarts at as a freshman in 2009. Ivy’s .383 batting averence play. She also age last spring ranks seventh on the school’s single-season carried a no-hitter into charts and she once again will be counted on to be the the seventh inning last catalyst for the Roadrunners’ offense. year against Texas The projected shift is a result of Monroe, a transfer State. from Iowa State, who owns a .922 fielding percentage Holmes, a lefty in three seasons as a shortstop. Hailing from Austin, she Emily Humpal from Sugar Land, started 153 games for the Cyclones the last three springs. returns for her final “Carrie is extremely athletic and quick with great

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2011 Season Outlook range,” Hughes said. “To bring in someone with three years of experience at that position in the Big 12 is invaluable. She’s been working really well with the right side of our infield, which will be much younger and inexperienced.” Along with Ivy, the right side will see either Kappler or Buchman at second Caitlyn Ivy base. Kappler made 32 starts at second base and was third on the team with a .282 batting average last season. Despite their youth, Hughes believes that both will contribute to a solid defensive infield. Joining Monroe on the left side will be Kristin Kappler or Nikki Goff. Kappler, a senior from Lake Jackson, logged 21 starts at the hot corner in 2010 and hit .254 with six homers and 24 RBIs. Goff, meanwhile, started 16 games at third base after transferring from Louisiana-Lafayette a year ago. “Offensively, Kristin and Nikki have a lot of power,” Hughes said. “They both bring different things to the table defensively. Kristin doesn’t let a lot get by her and Nikki can use her quickness to come in and field a bunt. I’m comfortable with either of them in the lineup.” Fox, a San Antonio native, and Beeson, a sophomore from Austin, also can step in and provide depth around the infield.

Schedule As in year’s past, the Roadrunners will face a tough non-conference schedule to prepare for Southland play. UTSA opens its season on Feb. 11 at the three-day Getterman Classic in Waco. The Roadrunners will play games against Big Ten-power Illinois, McNeese State and host

S outhland C onference P reseason P olls Coaches 1___Texas State (5)____ 92 ____SFA (3)__________ 92 3___McNeese St. (3)_ _ 80 4___UT Arlington______ 70 5___A&M-CC_________ 66 6_ __UTSA____________ 52 7___Central Ark.______ 45 8___Nicholls_ ________ 38 9___Sam Houston St.__ 30 10__Northwestern St.__ 28 11__Southeastern La.__ 12

SIDs 1___Texas State (5)____ 93 ____SFA (4)__________ 93 3___McNeese St. (2)_ _ 82 4___UT Arlington______ 68 5___A&M-CC_________ 63 6_ __UTSA____________ 48 7___Central Ark.______ 43 8___Nicholls_ ________ 42 9___Sam Houston St.__ 34 10__Northwestern St.__ 27 11__Southeastern La.__ 11

P reseason A ll -S outhland First Team SS — Caitlyn Ivy, Jr.

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Outfield With the loss of all-conference performer Rudi Cantu, Hughes welcomes what is essentially a brand new outfield to Roadrunner Field. Little, a converted infielder, has the most outfield experience in the group after making 32 starts at the position last season. The Spring native committed just two errors on the year and could see time at all three spots this spring. Sproul most likely will patrol right field, while Beeson and Buchman could find a home in the outfield when not playing the infield. “This is our most inexperienced group, but they’re learning the position so fast,” Hughes said. “Laura has surprised us more than any other year with her tremendous range, especially for someone who has played infield their entire life.”

Baylor before traveling to Tuscaloosa, Ala., for the Bama Bash (Feb. 18-20) for contests against Syracuse, Alabama and Louisville. “There’s no substitute for the experience of playing great teams like Illinois and Baylor and Alabama on their home field,” Hughes said. “If our players can handle pressure situations in front of 3,500 people, that will better prepare them for situations down the road this season. We want them to face pressure situations early, so when they’re faced with those situations when it counts in conference season, they will know how to respond.” Other non-conference road tilts include North Texas (Feb. 25), Texas A&M (March 9), Baylor (April 20) and Texas (April 26), along with home-and-home doubleheaders with Texas Southern (March 16/April 5) and Houston Baptist (March 30/April 13). The Southland slate includes home series against Northwestern State (March 5-6), Sam Houston State (March 19-20), UT Arlington (April 2-3), Central Arkansas (April 16-17) and Nicholls (April 22-23). UTSA will travel to Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (March 1-2), Stephen F. Austin (March 12-13), McNeese State (March 26-27), Southeastern Louisiana (April 9-10) and Texas State (April 29-30) this spring. The Southland Tournament will be hosted by Sam Houston State from May 12-14.

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2 0 1 1 UTSA S o f t b a l l R o s t e r No. Name

Pos.

B/T

Ht. Yr.-Exp. Hometown/Previous School

1

Siera Sproul

OF

R/R

5-7

Fr.-HS

Liberty Hill, Texas/Liberty Hill HS

2

Carrie Monroe

SS

R/R

5-9

Sr.-TR

Austin, Texas/Iowa State

4

Caitlyn Ivy

SS

L/R 5-10

Jr.-2L

Huntington, Texas/Huntington HS

5

Courtney Buchman

INF

R/R

5-5

Fr.-HS

Katy, Texas/Cinco Ranch HS

7

Ashley Kappler

INF

R/R

5-7

Jr.-2L

Lake Jackson, Texas/Brazoswood HS

9

Shelby Ruderman

C

R/R

5-10

Fr.-HS

Splendora, Texas/Splendora HS

10

Jori Fox

P/1B

R/R

5-11

Fr.-HS

San Antonio, Texas/Johnson HS

11

Laura Little

UT

R/R

5-8

Jr.-2L

Spring, Texas/Spring HS

12

Alaina Byars

C/UT

R/R

5-9

Jr.-TR

Deer Park, Texas/Texas A&M-Corpus Christi

13

Nikki Goff

3B

R/R

5-9

Jr.-1L

Leander, Texas/Louisiana-Lafayette

17

Danyé Holmes

P/UT

L/L

5-9

Sr.-3L

Sugar Land, Texas/Kempner HS

20

Corley Call

C/UT

R/R

5-9

Jr.-TR

Splendora, Texas/Sam Houston State

22

Molly Fichtner

C

R/R

5-2

Fr.-HS

Houston, Texas/Clear Brook HS

24

Emily Humpal

P/1B

R/R

6-1

Sr.-2L

Corpus Christi, Texas/Creighton

30

Samantha Beeson

1B

R/R

5-9

So.-1L

Austin, Texas/Bowie HS

33

Kristin Kappler

3B

R/R

5-7

Sr.-3L

Lake Jackson, Texas/Brazoswood HS

34

Morgan Luksa

P/OF

R/R

5-7

Jr.-2L

League City, Texas/Clear Creek HS

36

Katy Akins

P

R/R

5-10

Fr.-HS

Austin, Texas/Bowie HS

42

Haylee Staton

P/OF

R/R

5-7

So.-TR

Austin, Texas/Concordia

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Interim head coach: Stephanie Hughes (first year as interim, eighth overall; Texas State 2001);

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Assistant coach: Michelle Cheatham (sixth year, UTSA 2002) Volunteer assistant coach: Brittany Cantu Pronunciation Guide

Class Breakdown

Alphabetical Roster

Siera Sproul_______________ SPROWL (sounds like owl)

Seniors_______________ 4

Danyé Holmes___________________DAN (not DON)-yae

Juniors________________ 7

Molly Fichtner_ ____________________________ FICK-ner

Sophomores___________ 2

Akins, Katy___________ 36 Beeson, Samantha_ ___ 30 Buchman, Courtney____ 5 Byars, Alaina_________ 12 Call, Corley__________ 20 Fichtner, Molly________ 22 Fox, Jori_____________ 10 Goff, Nikki___________ 13 Holmes, Danyé_______ 17 Humpal, Emily________ 24 Ivy, Caitlyn____________ 4 Kappler, Ashley________ 7 Kappler, Kristin_______ 33 Little, Laura___________ 11 Luksa, Morgan________ 34 Monroe, Carrie________ 2 Ruderman, Shelby______ 9 Sproul, Siera__________ 1 Staton, Haylee________ 42

Morgan Luksa____________________________ LUKE-sha Emily Humpal_____________________________HUMP-ahl Katy Akins_______________________________ ACHE-ins

Freshmen_ ____________ 6

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Opponent

Location

Time

Fri. Fri. Sat. Sat. Sun. Fri. Fri. Sat. Sat. Sun. Fri.

Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb.

vs. Illinois ! vs. McNeese State ! at Baylor ! TBA TBA vs. Syracuse # at Alabama # vs. Louisville # vs. Syracuse # vs. Louisville # at North Texas

Waco, Texas Waco, Texas Waco, Texas Waco, Texas Waco, Texas Tuscaloosa, Ala. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Denton, Texas

10 a.m. 12:30 p.m. 12:30 p.m. TBA TBA 11 a.m. 6 p.m. 11 a.m. 6 p.m. 11 a.m. 6 p.m.

Tue. Wed. Sat. Sun. Wed. Sat. Sun. Wed. Sat. Sun. Sat. Sun. Wed.

March 1 March 2 March 5 March 6 March 9 March 12 March 13 March 16 March 19 March 20 March 26 March 27 March 30

at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi * (DH) at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi * Northwestern State * (DH) Northwestern State * at Texas A&M at Stephen F. Austin * (DH) at Stephen F. Austin * at Texas Southern (DH) Sam Houston State * (DH) Sam Houston State * at McNeese State * (DH) at McNeese State * Houston Baptist (DH)

Corpus Christi, Texas Corpus Christi, Texas San Antonio, Texas San Antonio, Texas College Station, Texas Nacogdoches, Texas Nacogdoches, Texas Houston, Texas San Antonio, Texas San Antonio, Texas Lake Charles, La. Lake Charles, La. San Antonio, Texas

1 p.m. noon 1 p.m. noon 6:30 p.m. 1 p.m. noon 3 p.m. 1 p.m. noon 1 p.m. noon 2 p.m.

Sat. Sun. Tue. Sat. Sun. Wed. Sat. Sun. Wed. Fri. Sat. Tue. Fri. Sat.

April 2 April 3 April 5 April 9 April 10 April 13 April 16 April 17 April 20 April 22 April 23 April 26 April 29 April 30

UT Arlington * (DH) UT Arlington * Texas Southern (DH) at Southeastern Louisiana * (DH) at Southeastern Louisiana * at Houston Baptist (DH) Central Arkansas * (DH) Central Arkansas * at Baylor Nicholls * (DH) Nicholls * at Texas at Texas State * (DH) at Texas State *

San Antonio, Texas San Antonio, Texas San Antonio, Texas Hammond, La. Hammond, La. Houston, Texas San Antonio, Texas San Antonio, Texas Waco, Texas San Antonio, Texas San Antonio, Texas Austin, Texas San Marcos, Texas San Marcos, Texas

1 p.m. noon 3 p.m. 3 p.m. noon 2 p.m. 1 p.m. noon 5 p.m. 1 p.m. noon 6:30 p.m. 5 p.m. 1 p.m.

Thu.-Sat.

May 12-14

Southland Conference Tournament

Huntsville, Texas

11 11 12 12 13 18 18 19 19 20 25

All times Central • Home games in bold played at Roadrunner Field • (DH) - doubleheader ! Getterman Classic (Waco, Texas) • # Bama Bash (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) • * Southland Conference game Schedule tentative and subject to change

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M e d i a I n f o r m at i o n Practices UTSA welcomes all media to attend softball practices during the season. The UTSA Athletics Cmmunications Office requests media members to contact the SID in advance for practice times and interview requests. In most cases, student-athletes and coaches will be made available before practice. Please make interview requests at least 24 hours in advance. Live Statistics Live statistics for all UTSA home and select road softball games can be found online at goUTSA.com.

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Media Coverage The UTSA Athletics Communications Office assists members of the media with their coverage of all UTSA sports by providing feature ideas, notes, statistics and travel plans. In addition to the 2011 UTSA Softball Media Guide, media members may check the athletics department Web site — goUTSA.com — for the latest information pertaining to all 17 sports.

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Interview Policy All interviews with softball studentathletes and coaches must be arranged at least 24 hours in advance by contacting the UTSA Athletics Communications Office. Telephone interviews are available to the media on a “call-back” basis only and at a time that is convenient for the studentathlete. Postgame interviews with coaches and players will be conducted on the field following a 10-minute “cooling off” period. Media Services Media members are encouraged to contact the UTSA Athletics Communications Office at least 24 hours in advance for credentials. Credentials can be picked up with proper identification at the ticket table located at the main gate to Roadrunner Field. The press box phone is (210) 458-4898. Wireless Internet access and phone lines are available by request. A fax machine (210/458-4569) is available in the UTSA Athletics Communications Office located across the street.

Audio/Video Streaming Free live audio broadcasts of selected softball games will be available online at goUTSA.com. Ed Suarez, Lincoln Rose and Jordan Korphage will share play-by-play duties. UTSA will provide live video streaming for selected home games. A Rowdy Zone subscription ($5.95/month) is required. Following is a tentative broadcast schedule for the 2011 season. Please visit us online at goUTSA.com for the latest schedule as dates may be added or changed. Broadcast Schedule Date_______ Opponent_ ________________Time March 6_ __ Northwestern State_ _______ noon March 12__ Stephen F. Austin (DH)_____ 1 p.m. March 13__ Stephen F. Austin__________ noon March 19__ Sam Houston State (DH)_ __ 1 p.m. March 20__ Sam Houston State_________ noon March 30__ Houston Baptist (DH)______ 2 p.m. April 2_____ UT Arlington (DH)_________ 1 p.m. April 3_____ UT Arlington______________ noon April 5_____ Texas Southern (DH)_______ 3 p.m. April 9_ ___ SE Louisiana (DH)_________ 3 p.m. April 10___ SE Louisiana______________ noon April 13___ Houston Baptist (DH)______ 2 p.m. April 16_ __ Central Arkansas (DH)_____ 1 p.m. April 17_ __ Central Arkansas__________ noon April 20___ at Baylor________________ 5 p.m. April 22_ __ Nicholls (DH)_____________ 1 p.m. April 23_ __ Nicholls__________________ noon April 26___ Texas________________6:30 p.m. April 29___ Texas State (DH)__________ 5 p.m. April 30___ Texas State_ _____________ 1 p.m. May 12-14__ Southland Tournament_______ TBA • bold italics indicates live video event • Schedule is subject to change • All times Central

UTSA Athletics Communications

Jordan Korphage

Assistant Athletics Communications Director/ Softball Contact E-mail: jordan.korphage@utsa.edu Office Phone: (210) 458-4930 Office Fax: (210) 458-4569 Press Box: (210) 458-4898 Athletics Web Site: goUTSA.com Mailing Address: One UTSA Circle San Antonio, Texas 78249-0691

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Meet

the

Roadrunners

DanyĂŠ Holmes_______________________28 Emily Humpal________________________29 Kristin Kappler_______________________30 Caitlyn Ivy___________________________31 Ashley Kappler_ _____________________32 Laura Little___________________________33 Nikki Goff____________________________34 Morgan Luksa_ ______________________35 Samantha Beeson____________________36 Carrie Monroe/Corley Call___________37 Alaina Byars/Haylee Staton_________38 Siera Sproul/Courtney Buchman_____39 Shelby Ruderman/Jori Fox_ _________40 Molly Fichtner/Katy Akins___________41 Team Photo__________________________42


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Danyé

HOLMES Senior

three consecutive shutouts against Stephen F. Austin (twice) and Sam Houston State • Struck out a season-high 13 batters, just one shy of the school’s singlegame record, and went 3-for-3 with a double, two home runs and four RBIs in the 7-3 victory over McNeese State (March 1) • Went 2-for-3 with two RBIs and struck out seven in the 3-2 win at No. 22 Texas (Feb. 9) Prior to UTSA • Two-time first-team All-District 20-5A and team co-Most Valuable Player at Kempner High School under head coach Charity Rychlik • Earned All-Greater Houston accolades • Named District 20-5A Newcomer of the Year in 2004 • Posted a 1.34 ERA in 110 innings pitched • Hit .469 with seven doubles, two triples, four home runs and 27 RBIs • Garnered second-team all-district honors as a junior

P/UT • 5-9 • L/L Sugar Land, Texas

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• Two-time All-Southland Conference selection as a freshman in 2008 The Holmes File • Ranks ninth on UTSA’s career ERA list (2.87) and eighth with 262 Born: Jan. 12, 1989 strikeouts Birthplace: Houston, Texas Parents: De and Brenda Holmes As a junior (2010) Siblings: brother, Dante; sister, Dawn • Second on the team with a .297 batting average with seven home runs Major: sociology and 26 RBIs • In the circle, went 6-9 with 63 strikeouts and a 4.05 ERA in 109 innings • Hit .288 with three homers and 14 RBIs at the plate while going 6-5 with a 3.32 ERA in Southland Conference action • Went 3-for-4 with three RBIs to tie a career best for hits in a game against Houston Baptist (April 14) • Allowed no runs and struck out seven in a career-high 10-inning win at Nicholls (April 17) • Posted season bests of four RBIs against Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (March 2) and Southeastern Louisiana (April 2) • Hit .394 with runners in scoring position As a sophomore (2009) • Battled through a foot injury to post a 13-10 record, 2.44 ERA and 121 strikeouts in 146.1 innings of work (14 complete games) • Hit .276 with 29 hits, four home runs and 20 RBIs • Registered a 9-5 record, 2.21 ERA and 73 Ks in Southland play • Posted a seven-game hitting streak from Feb. 7-15, capped by a 2-for-4 showing that included a walk-off homer in the 2--1, eight-frame win against Northwestern State (Feb. 15) • Went 3-for-3 with six RBIs in the 13-4 run-ruling of Northwestern State (April 25) • Allowed one hit in five innings in the 6-1 win at A&M-Corpus Christi (Feb. 25) As a freshman (2008) • Garnered second-team All-SLC accolades at pitcher and third-team honors at designated player to become the first player in school history to earn all-league honors at two different positions in the same season • Posted a 2.23 ERA (No. 10/single-season list), 9-6 record, 78 strikeouts, three shutouts and a .252 opposing batting average in 100.1 innings (22 Career Highs - Hitting Individual Career History3 (5x), last vs. Houston Baptist (4/14/10) appearances) Hits__________ Career History6 vs. Northwestern State (4/25/09) • Registered an 8-1 record, 1.45 ERA and 58 strikeoutsIndividual in SLC play RBIs__________ Runs_ • Led the team with a .317 batting average, eight home runs and 34Gonzales, walks Kim _________ 2 (4x), last vs. Texas State (4/24/10) (No. 2/single-season list) and also collected 45 hits, including five doubles, Gonzales, KimWalks________ 3 (2x), last vs. New Mexico (3/27/08) Career Highs - Pitching and drove in 33 runs Year avg gp-gs ab r h 2b 3b hr rbi tb slg% bb hbp so gdp ob% sf sh sb-att po a e Innings_ ______ 10.0 at Nicholls (4/17/10) •Year Recorded .521 slugging and .452 on-base percentages avg gp-gs ab r h 2b 3b hr rbi tb slg% bb hbp so gdp ob% sf sh sb-att po a e 2010 .000 9-0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 Strikeouts_____ 13 vs. McNeese State (3/1/08) • Hit .360 with seven homers and 27 RBIs in conference games 2010 TOTAL .000 9-0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 Fewest hits*___ 1 (2x), last at Northwestern State (5/8/10) • Turned in 12 multiple-hit and a team-best nine multiple-RBI games .000 9-0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 _ 0 0(10x), 0 last .000 0 0 (4/17/10) 0-0 0 0 0 Fewest0runs*_ at Nicholls •TOTAL Put together a 27-inning scoreless streak from April 19-May 4,0including Year Year 2008

2008 2009 2009 2010 2010 TOTAL TOTAL Year Year 2008

2008 2009 2009 2010 2010 TOTAL TOTAL

avg

gp-gs

avg .317 .317 .276 .276 .297 .297 .299 .299

gp-gs 50-50 50-50 43-36 43-36 43-36 136-122 136-122

era era 2.23 2.23 2.44 2.44 4.05 4.05 2.87 2.87

w-l w-l 9-6 9-6 13-10 13-10 6-9 6-9 28-25 28-25

ab ab 142 142 105 105 101 101 348 348 app app 22

22 28 28 25 25 75 75

r

h

18r 45h 187 29 45 137 29 30 13 104 30 38 38 104 gs gs 15 15 21 21 18 18 54 54

2b 2b 5

3b 3b 0

15 12 82 8

0 0 0 0

cg cg 9

sho sho 3/0

sv sv 0

149 149 329 32

3/0 3/0 1/0 1/0 7/0 7/0

0 01 1 1

Holmes, Danye*minimum 4.0 innings pitched Holmes, Danye Career Stbtats hr rbi slg% bb hbp so gdp ob% hr 8

rbi tb 33 74 33 42 74 20 20 26 42 53 26 169 53 79 79 169

48 47 197 19 ip ip 100.1 100.1 146.1 146.1 109.0 109.0 355.2 355.2

h

slg% .521

.521 .400 .400 .525 .525 .486 .486 r

er

bb hbp 34 1 34 19 41 19 4 22 22 75 94 75 9 bb

so gdp 23 2 23 13 12 13 10 19 19 55 30 55 3

so

2b

er bb so 98h 44r 32 31 78 98 61 44 51 32 51 31 121 78 132 132 107 61 77 51 63 51 58 121 63 107 182 77 146 63 140 58 262 63 337 337 182 146 140 262

2b 16 16 23 23 14 14 53 53

ob% .452 .452 .406 .406 .438 .438 .434 .434

3b 3b 2

hr hr 5

2 21 51 5

115 11 19 19 35 35

sf sh sf 0 sh1

0 01 1 1

01 0 10 1 bf

bf 436 436 631 631 502 502 1569 1569

sb-att sb-att 0-0

po po 4

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

144 14 13 13 31 31

a

fld% fld% .000 .000 .000

e

14a 14 37 37 21 21 72 72

fld%

fld% 0e 1.000 10 1.000 .981 13 .981 .919 .919 43 .963 4 .963

bavg bavg .252

wp wp 4

hbp hbp 2

bk bk 1

sfa sfa 0

sha sha 14

.252 .244 .244 .258 .258 .251 .251

124 12 11 11 27 27

42 48 148 14

1 10 20 2

40 43 73 7

14 32 32 19 19 65 65

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Emily

HUMPAL Senior

Regional • Three-time first-team all-district honoree at Flour Bluff High School • Registered a 48-8 record, 0.36 ERA and school-record 508 strikeouts, including a 33-punchout game, and batted .376 during her senior season • As a junior, turned in a 0.41 ERA and 362 punchouts, including fanning 36 in a 14-inning game which earned her a spot in Sports Illustrated‘s “Faces in the Crowd” • Tabbed All-South Texas as a junior and senior • Also played volleyball and was a member of the National Honor Society • Graduated with a 3.97 grade-point average and in the top seven percent of her senior class of 365

P/1B • 6-1 • R/R Corpus Christi, Texas Flour Bluff HS/Creighton

The Humpal File

Year Year

2009 2009 2010 2010 TOTAL TOTAL Year Year

2009 2009 2010 2010 TOTAL TOTAL

avg

gp-gs

ab

r

h

avg .310 .310 .255 .255 .283 .283

gp-gs 34-27 34-27 29-21 29-21 63-48 63-48

ab 58 58 55 55 113 113

9r 96 156 15

18h 18 14 14 32 32

era era 3.09 3.09 3.80 3.80 3.40 3.40

w-l w-l 12-12 12-12 13-15 13-15 25-27 25-27

app app

37 37 35 35 72 72

gs

cg

gs 24 24 22 22 46 46

cg 15 15 10 10 25 25

2b 2b

2 20 02 2

sho sho

2/0 2/0 3/0 3/0 5/0 5/0

3b 3b

0 00 00 0

sv sv

1 11 12 2

Humpal, Emily Humpal, Emily Career Stats

hr hr

rbi rbi

2 24 46 6

tb

slg% slg%

tb 26 26 26 26 52 52

4 124 12 16 16 ip

h

ip 174.2 174.2 142.0 142.0 316.2 316.2

168h 168 171 171 339 339

.448 .448 .473 .473 .460 .460

r

er

bb bb

hbp

9 hbp1 10 119 11 01 20 20 1

gdp

ob%

so gdp 23 0 23 01 29 29 11 52 52 1

so

ob% .412 .412 .379 .379 .396 .396

bb

so

2b

er bb 95r 77 68 95 77 77 72 68 107 107 77 140 72 202 154 202 154 140

so 126 126 132 132 258 258

2b 30 30 19 19 49 49

3b 3b

2 12 13 3

hr

sf sh sf sh

0 00 00 0

bf

hr bf 15 773 15 696 773 20 20 696 35 1469 35 1469

sb-att

po

a

1 sb-att 0-0 10 0-0 0-0 01 0-0 0-0 1 0-0

po 22 223 253 25

44a 44 32 32 76 76

bavg bavg

.252 .252 .288 .288 .269 .269

wp wp

hbp

12 hbp6 12 116 17 17 29 11 17 29 17

e

fld%

0e 00 0

fld% .000 .000 .000 .000

e

fld%

fld% 0e 1.000 10 1.000 .981 13 .981 .919 34 .963 .919 4 .963 sfa sfa

sha sha

e

fld%

0 04 43 73 7

14 14 32 32 19 19 65 65

fld% 2e .971 20 1.000 .971 02 1.000 .981 2 .981

bk bk

3 03 03 3

Ivy, Caitlyn S o u t h l a n d C o n f e r e n c e Champions 2004 • 2005 • 2006 Ivy, Caitlyn

sfa sfa

4 34 37 7

sha sha

28 28 15 15 43 43

2011 UTSA R o a d ru n n e rs S o f t b a l l

Born: April 27, 1989 As a junior (2010) Birthplace: Corpus Christi, Texas • Logged the most innings (142.0) on the Roadrunners staff last Parents: Randy and Kim Humpal season and finished with a 3.80 ERA and 132 strikeouts en route to Siblings: brothers, Matt, Nathan and Lucas; a 13-15 record (10 complete games, three shutouts) sister, Allison • Along with her team-leading 13 wins, she logged one save and Major: kinesiology led the team in strikeouts, appearances, starts and had a perfect fielding percentage • Hit .255 at the dish with four home runs and 12 RBIs • Batting average jumped to .333, while her .633 slugging percentage led the team, in Southland Conference play • Named Southland Pitcher of the Week on March 2 after posting a 2-0 record, 0.50 ERA and 13 strikeouts while allowing just one run on eight hits at the UTSA Invitational • Went 2-for-2 with two homers, four RBIs and two runs scored while tossing a complete game one-hitter in a win over Texas State, in which she carried a no-hitter into the seventh (April 24) • Recorded three shutouts, including a three-hit shutout of Houston Baptist where she tallied a season-high nine strikeouts (April 14) As a sophomore (2009) • Posted a 12-12 record, 3.09 ERA and 126 strikeouts in 174.2 innings of work (15 complete games) Individual Career History Individual • Hit .310 with 18 hits, two doubles, a pair of home runs and four Career History RBIs Gonzales, Kim • Fanned a season-high 10 batters in the 8-5 win over UT Arlington Gonzales, Kim (March 15) Year avg gp-gs ab r h 2b 3b hr rbi tb slg% bb hbp so gdp ob% sf sh sb-att po a •Year Was 2-for-3 with a homer allowed just one avg and gp-gstwo RBIs ab and hr tb slg% ob% sf sh sb-att po 2010 .000 9-0 0 3r 0h 2b0 3b0 0 rbi0 0 .000 bb0 hbp0 so0 gdp0 .000 0 0 0-0 0 0a unearned run in seven frames 2010 .000 in 9-0 the 3-100 win33over00 Cal00State .000 .000 00 00 0-0 0-0 TOTAL .000 9-0 00 00 00 00 .000 00 00 00 00 .000 00 00 Bakersfield (April 18) .000 9-0 TOTAL 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0-0 0 0 • Tossed a four-hit shutout and collected a pair of hits and an RBI in Holmes, Danye the 8-0 win at A&M-Corpus Christi (Feb. 24) Holmes, Danye • Struck out eight against Nicholls (April 4), Houston Baptist (April Year avg gp-gs ab r h 2b 3b hr rbi tb slg% bb hbp so gdp ob% sf sh sb-att po a 15) Year and Northwestern State avg (April gp-gs 25) ab hr rbi tb slg% bb hbp so gdp ob% sf sh sb-att po 2008 .317 50-50 142 18r 45h 2b5 3b0 8 33 74 .521 34 1 23 2 .452 0 1 0-0 4 14a •2008 Hurled a two-hit shutout with50-50 seven 142 Ks in 18 the 1-0 at 0 .317 45 win 33 42 74 .400 .521 19 34 1 13 23 2 .406 .452 00 01 0-0 0-0 14 2009 .276 43-36 7 29 15 0 48 20 144 37 Career4 Highs -1 Hitting Southeastern Louisiana (March 22) 105 2009 .276 43-36 105 7 29 1 00 47 20 19 44 13 10 .406 01 00 0-0 14 2010 .297 43-36 101 13 30 2 26 42 53 .400 .525 Hits__________ 22 19 2 (6x), .438 0-0 (4/24/10) 13 37 21 last vs. Texas State •2010 Earned the save with one over Tulsa26 53 .525 22 .297 perfect 43-36 inning 101 in 13 the 304-3 win 19 .438 11 10 0-0 0-0 13 72 21 TOTAL .299 136-122 348 38 104 82 00 197 79 169 .486 RBIs__________ 75 94 55 30 Texas .434 31 4 vs. State (4/24/10) (Feb. TOTAL7) .299 136-122 348 38 104 8 0 19 79 169 .486 Runs_ 75 _________ 9 55 2 (3x), 3 .434 1 Texas 1 State 0-0 (4/24/10) 31 72 last vs. • Went 2-for-2 and scored a pair of runs in the 8-0 run-ruling of Year era w-l app gs cg sho sv ip h r erWalks________ bb so 2b2 (2x), 3b last hr vs. Nebraska bf bavg (3/12/10) wp hbp bk North Year Texas (Feb. 17) era w-l app gs cg sho sv ip h r erCareer bb so 2b -3b hr bf bavg wp hbp bk Highs Pitching 2008 2.23 9-6 22 15 9 3/0 0 100.1 98 44 32 31 78 16 2 5 436 .252 4 2 1 Prior to UTSA Innings_ ______ 8.0 vs. UTEP (3/24/09) 2008 2.23 9-6 22 15 9 3/0 0 100.1 98 44 32 31 78 16 2 5 436 .252 4 2 11 2009 2.44 13-10 28 21 14 3/0 0 146.1 132 61 51 51 121 23 2 11 631 .244 12 4 •2009 Posted a 5-2 record, 5.60 ERA and2854 21 strikeouts in 60 0innings as132 61 51Strikeouts_____ 10 vs. UT Arlington (3/15/09) 2.44 13-10 14 3/0 146.1 51 121 23 2 11 631 .244 12 4 10 6-9 25 18 9 1/0 1 109.0 107 77 63 58 63 14 1 19 502 .258 11 8 a2010 freshman at Creighton4.05 in 2008 Texas.251 State (4/24/10) 2010 4.05 6-9 25 54 18 329 7/0 1/0 109.0 337 107 182 77 146 63Fewest 58 hits*___ 63 53 141 (2x), 19 vs.1569 502 .258 11 148 TOTAL 2.87 28-25 75 11 355.2 140 262 51 last 35 27 20 •TOTAL Batted .233 with seven2.87 hits, four runs, Nicholls 28-25 75 two 54 doubles 32 7/0 and 1three 355.2 337 182 146Fewest 140 runs*_ 262 _530 (7x), 5 last 35 vs.1569 .251(4/17/10) 27 14 2 RBIs to help the Bluejays go 43-17 and advance to the Iowa City *minimum 4.0 innings pitched

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Kristin

into effect in the 11-3 win over Illinois-Chicago (Feb. 16) Prior to UTSA • All-state, All-Greater Houston, All-District 24-5A, Brazoria County Offensive Player of the Year and first-team all-county as a senior at Brazoswood High School under head coach Laura Oltman Senior • Earned Most Valuable Player honors at the 2007 Class 4A-5A East vs. West All-Star Game in Austin 3B • 5-7 • R/R • Batted .356 with a .596 slugging percentage and .501 on-base percentage in 2007 Lake Jackson, Texas • Posted a career .332 batting average, .401 on-base percentage, Brazoswood High School .503 slugging percentage and nine home runs • HelpedHistory the Buccaneers win four consecutive district titles and Individual Career reach the state semifinals in 2006 • Brazoswood also advanced to the region semifinals in 2004, ‘05 As a junior (2010) Gonzales, Kim and ‘07 • Made 21 starts at third base and 20 as the designated player avg on gp-gs ab with r six h home 2b 3b hr24 rbi tb slg% bb hbp so gdp ob% sf sh sb-att po a e fld% •Year Hit .254 and ranked third the squad runs, The Kappler F0-0ile 2010 .000 9-0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 0 .000 RBIs, 18 walks and a .366 on-base percentage Born: Nov. 3, 1988 TOTAL .000 9-0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 .000 Birthplace: Lake Jackson, Texas • Hit .256 with three home runs and 18 RBIs in Southland Parents: Paul and Kim Kappler Conference play Holmes, Danye Siblings: sisters, Ashley, Lindsey and Korynne • Opened the season with a season-long five-game hitting streak Major: kinesiology from Year Feb. 12-14 avg gp-gs ab r h 2b 3b hr rbi tb slg% bb hbp so gdp ob% sf sh sb-att po a e fld% •2008 Recorded seven multi-hit five multi-RBI .317and 50-50 142 18games 45 5 0 8 33 74 .521 34 1 23 2 .452 0 1 0-0 4 14 0 1.000 43-36 105 RBIs 7 in29a win 1 over 0 4 20 42 .400 19 4 13 1 .406 0 0 0-0 14 37 1 .981 •2009 Went 2-for-3 with two .276 homers and four 2010 .297 43-36 101 13 30 2 0 7 26 53 .525 22 4 19 0 .438 1 0 0-0 13 21 3 .919 Southeastern Louisiana (April 2) TOTAL .299 136-122 348 38 104 8 0 19 79 169 .486 75 9 55 3 .434 1 1 0-0 31 72 4 .963 • Went 2-for-3 with a homer and three RBIs in a win over Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (March 3) Year era w-l app gs cg sho sv ip h r er bb so 2b 3b hr bf bavg wp hbp bk sfa sha

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KAPPLER

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As 2008a sophomore (2009) 2.23 9-6 22 15 9 3/0 0 100.1 98 44 32 31 78 16 2 5 436 .252 4 2 1 0 14 13-10base28 21 14 3/0 0 146.1 132 61 51 51 121 23 2 11 631 .244 12 4 1 4 32 •2009 Started 55 games, all 2.44 at third 4.05 136-9runs, six 25 doubles, 18 9 six 1/0home1 runs 109.0 1 19 502 .258 11 8 0 3 19 •2010 Batted .217 with 33 hits, and107 77 63 58 63 14 TOTAL 2.87 28-25 75 54 32 7/0 1 355.2 337 182 146 140 262 53 5 35 1569 .251 27 14 2 7 65 20 RBIs • Hit .254 with four doubles and four round-trippers at Roadrunner Humpal, Emily Field •Year Was 3-for-9 with an RBIavgandgp-gs three walks inr thehSouthland ab 2b 3b hr rbi tb slg% bb hbp so gdp ob% sf sh sb-att po a e fld% Conference Tournament .310 34-27 2009 58 9 18 2 0 2 4 26 .448 9 1 23 0 .412 0 1 0-0 22 44 2 .971 .255 29-21 55 6a seven-game 14 0 0 hitting 4 12 26 .473 11 0 29 1 .379 0 0 0-0 3 32 0 1.000 •2010 Recorded five two-hit outings and enjoyed TOTAL from Feb. 14-24 in .283 63-48she hit 113.450 15 (9-20) 32 with 2 0 6 16 52 .460 20 1 52 1 .396 0 1 0-0 25 76 2 .981 streak which four RBIs • Launched one of UTSA’s two grand slams — a program first Year era w-l app gs cg sho sv ip h r er bb so 2b 3b hr bf bavg wp hbp bk sfa sha — and finished 2-for-4 with four RBIs in the 10-6, eight-inning win 2009 3.09 12-12 37 24 15 2/0 1 174.2 168 95 77 68 126 30 2 15 773 .252 12 6 3 4 28 over (March 2010 Sam Houston State 3.80 13-151) 35 22 10 3/0 1 142.0 171 107 77 72 132 19 1 20 696 .288 17 11 0 3 15 •TOTAL Slugged her second grand slam of 72 the season the 8-62 victory 3.40 25-27 46 25 in 5/0 316.2 339 202 154 140 258 49 3 35 1469 .269 29 17 3 7 43 against Northwestern State (April 26) • Went 4-for-6 with two doubles, a homer and a pair of RBIs in Ivy, a Caitlyn doubleheader split with UT Arlington (March 15) Year avg gp-gs ab r h 2b 3b hr rbi tb slg% bb hbp so gdp ob% sf sh sb-att po a e fld% As a freshman (2008) 2009 .301 36-30 93 11 28 5 0 5 15 48 .516 9 1 21 0 .369 0 0 0-0 38 23 5 .924 • Made 48 starts at third base and played in 49 games overall 2010 .383 52-52 162 36 62 7 1 12 40 107 .660 22 1 46 0 .455 2 0 1-1 73 118 31 .860 •TOTAL Batted .175 with 24 hits, .353 three 88-82doubles, 255 two 47 triples, 90 12 three 1 home 17 55 155 .608 31 2 67 0 .424 2 0 1-1 111 141 36 .875 runs, seven runs and 14 RBIs • Drew 23 walks and posted a .307 on-base percentage Kappler, Ashley • Went 2-for-3 with a homer and two RBIs in the 6-0 victory at Year ab r h 2b 3b hr rbi tb slg% Career bb hbpHighs so gdp ob% sf sh sb-att po a e fld% Central Arkansas (Marchavg 21) gp-gs Hits______ 2 (15x), last vs. Texas State (4/23/10) 2009 .274 57-55 175 24 48 5 0 3 15 62 .354 9 1 36 1 .312 1 11 0-0 140 109 9 .965 • Launched a two-run blast in the 12-0 pounding of McNeese State RBIs______ 4 (3x), last vs. Southeastern Louisiana (4/2/10) 2010 .282 49-48 149 28 42 5 1 5 18 64 .430 12 0 20 0 .335 0 13 1-1 166 59 6 .974 (March 1) Runs______ 2 (4x), last vs. Southeastern Louisiana (4/2/10) TOTAL .278 106-103 324 52 90 10 1 8 33 126 .389 21 1 56 1 .323 1 24 1-1 306 168 15 .969 Walks____ 4 vs. Nicholls (3/29/08) • Hit her first career long ball, a three-run shot that put the run-rule

Kappler, Kristin Career Stats Year

2008 2009 2010 TOTAL

avg

gp-gs

.175 .217 .254 .214

49-48 55-55 47-42 151-145

ab

r

h

2b

3b

hr

rbi

tb

slg%

bb

hbp

so

gdp

ob%

sf sh

137 152 122 411

7 13 11 31

24 33 31 88

3 6 2 11

2 0 0 2

3 6 6 15

14 40 20 57 24 51 58 148

.292 .375 .418 .360

23 18 18 59

3 2 4 9

37 32 28 97

1 2 0 3

.307 .308 .366 .325

0 0 1 1

0 0 1 1

sb-att

0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1

a

e

fld%

44 70 48 103 14 37 106 210

po

14 9 9 32

.891 .944 .850 .908

S o u t h l a n d C o n f e r e n c e Champions 2004 • 2005 • 2006


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Caitlyn

IVY

Junior SS • 5-10 • L/R Huntington, Texas

Huntington High School

• Helped the Red Devils capture the 2008 Texas 3A State Championship with a 30-3-1 record • Went 3-for-6 in victories over Burkburnett (2-1) and Liberty-Eylau (1-0) and was named to the 3A State Championship All-Tournament Team • Batted .550 with 33 hits, 28 runs, nine doubles, four triples, two home runs, 25 RBIs and a .578 on-base percentage as a senior • Also helped Huntington post a 32-3-1 record and reach the state tournament as a junior • The Red Devils registered perfect 14-0 records in District 23-3A all four years • Four-year starter in basketball and two-time second-team alldistrict player • Helped the Red Devils advance to the playoffs three consecutive seasons, a school first • An academic all-state honoree in basketball and member of the National Honor Society • Graduated with a 3.8 grade point average and in the top 15 percent of her class

e

fld%

0 0

.000 .000

e

fld%

0 1.000 1 .981 3 .919 4 .963 sfa

sha

0 4 3 7

14 32 19 65

e

fld%

2 .971 0 1.000 2 .981 sfa

sha

4 3 7

28 15 43

Walks____ 2 (3x), last vs. Houston Baptist (4/14/10)

Ivy, Caitlyn Career Stats Year

2009 2010 TOTAL

gp-gs

ab

r

h

2b

3b

hr

rbi

tb

slg%

bb

hbp

so

gdp

ob%

sf sh

.301 36-30 .383 52-52 .353 88-82

avg

93 162 255

11 36 47

28 62 90

5 7 12

0 1 1

5 12 17

15 48 40 107 55 155

.516 .660 .608

9 22 31

1 1 2

21 46 67

0 0 0

.369 .455 .424

0 2 2

0 0 0

sb-att

0-0 1-1 1-1

a

e

fld%

38 23 73 118 111 141

po

5 31 36

.924 .860 .875

Kappler, Ashley S o u t h l a n d C o n f e r e n c e Champions 2004 • 2005 • 2006

2011 UTSA R o a d ru n n e rs S o f t b a l l

• Second Team NFCA All-Region in 2010 • First Team All-Southland Conference in 2010 • Her career .353 batting average ranks third all-time As a sophomore (2010) • Started all 52 games at shortstop and led the team in batting average (.383), hits (62), doubles (7), home runs (12), RBIs (40), total bases (107), slugging percentage (.660), walks (22), on-base The Ivy File percentage (.455) and assists (181) Born: Aug, 21, 1990 Birthplace: Lufkin, Texas • Led the Southland in slugging percentage and home runs Parents: Richard and Angie Ivy • Hit .333 with six homers and 18 RBIs and was one of two Siblings: sisters, Cassidy and Carsyn; players to start every Southland Conference game brother, Robert • Had a team best nine-game hitting streak from March 2-13 Major: kinesiology • Hit .478 with four homers, six RBIs and nine runsIndividual during the Career History hitting streak • Led the team with 19 multi-hit and 11 multi-RBI games Gonzales, Kim • Posted a .397 average with runners in scoring position and led the team with 13 two-out RBIs Year avg gp-gs ab r h 2b 3b hr rbi tb slg% bb hbp so gdp ob% sf sh sb-att po a • Went 2-for-3 with two homers and three RBIs in a loss to Texas 2010 .000 9-0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0-0 0 0 A&M-Corpus Christi (March 2) TOTAL .000 9-0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0-0 0 0 • Hit .375 and drove in five runs in a double header against No. 17 Texas Holmes, Danye As a freshman (2009) •Year Played in 36 games and 11 atr shortstop, avgstarted gp-gs 30,ab h 2b four 3b athrfirstrbi tb slg% bb hbp so gdp ob% sf sh sb-att po a base 2008 and two at third .317 50-50 142 18 45 5 0 8 33 74 .521 34 1 23 2 .452 0 1 0-0 4 14 •2009 Batted .301 with 28 hits, runs, five .276 11 43-36 105 doubles, 7 29 five1 home 0 runs 4 20 42 .400 19 4 13 1 .406 0 0 0-0 14 37 and 201015 RBIs .297 43-36 101 13 30 2 0 7 26 53 .525 22 4 19 0 .438 1 0 0-0 13 21 •TOTAL Slugged .516 and posted a .369 on-base .299 136-122 348 38percentage 104 8 0 19 79 169 .486 75 9 55 3 .434 1 1 0-0 31 72 • Hit .364 (4-for-11) with two RBIs in the Southland Conference Year era w-l app gs cg sho sv ip h r er bb so 2b 3b hr bf bavg wp hbp bk Tournament •2008 Posted a .306 batting 2.23 average, 9-6 three 22 doubles 15 9 and 3/0 two homers 0 100.1in 98 44 32 31 78 16 2 5 436 .252 4 2 1 2009 contests 2.44 13-10 28 21 14 3/0 0 146.1 132 61 51 51 121 23 2 11 631 .244 12 4 1 home 4.05 and 6-9 an 25 18 the 93-2, 1/0nine-inning 1 109.0 1 19 502 .258 11 8 0 •2010 Went 3-for-5 with a double RBI in win107 77 63 58 63 14 75 54 32 7/0 1 355.2 337 182 146 140 262 53 5 35 1569 .251 27 14 2 atTOTAL Texas State (April 10)2.87 28-25 • Registered six two-hit outings and had a six-game hitting streak Humpal, Emily from April 11-19 • Was 2-for-5 with two round-trippers and five RBIs in the 10-3 win Year avg gp-gs ab r h 2b 3b hr rbi tb slg% bb hbp so gdp ob% sf sh sb-att po a against Houston Baptist (March 31) 2009 .310 34-27 58 9 18 2 0 2 4 26 .448 9 1 23 0 .412 0 1 0-0 22 44 • Went 2-for-3 with a double, a homer, two RBIs and a run in the 2010 .255 29-21 6 14 0 0 4 12 26 .473 11 0 29 1 .379 0 0 0-0 3 32 3-2, eight-frame loss at Texas (April 30)55 TOTAL .283 63-48 113 15 32 2 0 6 16 52 .460 20 1 52 1 .396 0 1 0-0 25 76 • Had two hits and a pair of RBIs in the 12-3 run-ruling of UT Arlington in the Southland Tournament (May 8) Year era w-l app gs cg sho sv ip h r er Career bb so Highs 2b 3b hr bf bavg wp hbp bk Prior to UTSA at Houston Baptist12 (4/21/10) 2009 3.09 12-12 37 24 15 2/0 1 174.2 168 95 77 Hits______ 68 126 330(6x), 2last 15 773 .252 6 3 • All-state and four-time all-district shortstop at Huntington High 2010 3.80 13-15 35 22 10 3/0 1 142.0 171 107 77 RBIs______ 72 132 519vs. Houston 1 20 Baptist 696 (3/31/09) .288 17 11 0 School Runs__258 ____ 449vs. Southeastern TOTAL 3.40 25-27 72 46 25 5/0 2 316.2 339 202 154 140 3 35 1469Louisiana .269 (4/2/10) 29 17 3

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Ashley

KAPPLER Junior C/INF • 5-7 • R/R Lake Jackson, Texas

2011 UT SA R o a d ru n n e rs S o f t b a l l

Brazoswood High School

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Prior to UTSA • Brazoria County Offensive Player of the Year, first-team allcounty and second-team All-District 24-5A selection as a senior at Brazoswood High School • Three-year starter at second base, shortstop and outfield under head coach Laura Oltman • Batted .347 as a senior, helping the Buccaneers win the district championship and advance to the regional final • Named second-team all-county and the team’s Most Improved Player as a sophomore • Batted .322 to help Brazoswood post a 31-4 record and advance to the Texas 5A State Tournament semifinal round in 2006 • Member of the National Honor Society

• Preseason second-team All-Southland Conference selection at second base in 2010 • An honorable mention all-league pick in 2009 The Kappler File As a sophomore (2010) Born: March 16, 1990 Birthplace: Lake Jackson, Texas • Played in 49 games with 32 starts at second base and 15 behind Individual Career History Parents: Paul and Kim Kappler the plate Siblings: sisters, Kristin, Lindsey and Korynne Major: interdisciplinary studies • Hit .282 with five doubles, a triple, five home runs and 18 RBIs Gonzales, Kim • One of the toughest Roadrunners to strike out, with only 20 in Year at-bats avg gp-gs ab r h 2b 3b hr rbi tb slg% bb hbp so gdp ob% sf sh sb-att po a 149 2010 .000 9-0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0-0 0 0 • Led the squad with 13 sacrifice hits and recorded just six errors in TOTAL .000 9-0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0-0 0 0 231 chances Holmes, Danye • Posted 11 multi-hit games • Had a season-best five-game hitting streak from April 10-17 in Year avg gp-gs ab r h 2b 3b hr rbi tb slg% bb hbp so gdp ob% sf sh sb-att po a which she hit .526 with four homers, eight RBIs and five runs scored 2008 .317 50-50 142 18 45 5 0 8 33 74 .521 34 1 23 2 .452 0 1 0-0 4 14 •2009 Named Southland Hitter the Week with .276of 43-36 105after7 hitting 29 .625 1 0 4 20 42 .400 19 4 13 1 .406 0 0 0-0 14 37 2010 home runs, five RBIs, .297four 43-36 101 13 2 0 7 26 53 .525 22 4 19 0 .438 1 0 0-0 13 21 three runs scored and30a 1.750 slugging TOTAL .299 136-122 348 38 104 8 0 19 79 169 .486 75 9 55 3 .434 1 1 0-0 31 72 percentage while helping UTSA take 2-of-3 from Central Arkansas •Year Went 3-for-4 with a home two RBIs win over era run w-l and app gs in cg a sho sv ip h r er bb so 2b 3b hr bf bavg wp hbp bk McNeese State (March 20) 2008 2.23 9-6 22 15 9 3/0 0 100.1 98 44 32 31 78 16 2 5 436 .252 4 2 1 2009 2.44 13-10 28 21 14 3/0 0 146.1 132 61 51 51 121 23 2 11 631 .244 12 4 1 • Posted a career-high four RBIs and scored three runs against the 2010 4.05 6-9 25 18 9 1/0 1 109.0 107 77 63 58 63 14 1 19 502 .258 11 8 0 Bears (April 11) TOTAL 2.87 28-25 75 54 32 7/0 1 355.2 337 182 146 140 262 53 5 35 1569 .251 27 14 2 As a freshman (2009) Humpal, Emily • Earned honorable mention all-league accolades • Played in 57 games with 55 starts, 54 coming at second base Year avg gp-gs ab r h 2b 3b hr rbi tb slg% bb hbp so gdp ob% sf sh sb-att po a •2009 Batted .274 with 48 hits, runs, five runs .310 24 34-27 58 doubles, 9 18 three 2 home 0 2 4 26 .448 9 1 23 0 .412 0 1 0-0 22 44

e

fld%

0 0

.000 .000

e

fld%

0 1.000 1 .981 3 .919 4 .963 sfa

sha

0 4 3 7

14 32 19 65

e

fld%

2 .971 0 1.000 2 .981

and 201015 RBIs .255 29-21 55 6 14 0 0 4 12 26 .473 11 0 29 1 .379 0 0 0-0 3 32 .283 63-48 and113 15 in32Southland 2 0 play 6 16 52 .460 20 1 52 1 .396 0 1 0-0 25 76 •TOTAL Hit .299 with four two-baggers 10 RBIs •Year Went 5-for-13 (.385) with a home app run and three RBIs insvthe ip era w-l gs cg sho h r er bb so 2b 3b hr bf bavg wp hbp bk sfa sha Southland Tournament 2009 3.09 12-12 37 24 15 2/0 1 174.2 168 95 77 68 126 30 2 15 773 .252 12 6 3 4 28 3.80 games, 13-15 including 35 22 four 10 with 3/0 three 1 base 142.0 171 107 77 72 132 19 1 20 696 .288 17 11 0 3 15 •2010 Registered 11 multiple-hit TOTAL 3.40 25-27 72 46 25 5/0 2 316.2 339 202 154 140 258 49 3 35 1469 .269 29 17 3 7 43 knocks • Was 3-for-4 with a home run and three RBIs in the 12-3 run-ruling Ivy, Caitlyn of UT Arlington in the conference tournament (May 8) Career Highs avg gp-gs ab r Northwestern h 2b 3b State hr rbi tb slg% bb hbp so gdp ob% sf sh sb-att po a e fld% •Year Had three hits in back-to-back wins against Hits______ 3 (6x), last at Central Arkansas (4/11/10) 2009 .301 36-30 93 11 28 5 0 5 15 48 .516 RBIs______ 9 1 421at Central 0 .369 0 0 0-0 38 23 5 .924 Arkansas (4/11/10) (April 25-26) 2010 .383 52-52 162 36 62 7 1 12 40 107 .660 Runs_ 22 _____ 1 346(5x), 0last .455 2 0Arkansas 1-1 73 118 31 .860 at Central (4/11/10) •TOTAL Went 3-for-5 with a double in the 3-2, win at1 Texas .353 88-82 255 nine-inning 47 90 12 17 55 155 .608 Walks____ 31 2 267vs. Texas 0 .424 2 0 1-1 111 141 36 .875 (3/30/10) State (April 10)

Kappler, Ashley Career Stats

Year

2009 2010 TOTAL

avg

gp-gs

.274 57-55 .282 49-48 .278 106-103

ab

r

h

2b

3b

hr

rbi

tb

slg%

bb

hbp

so

gdp

ob%

sf sh

sb-att

175 149 324

24 28 52

48 42 90

5 5 10

0 1 1

3 5 8

15 62 18 64 33 126

.354 .430 .389

9 12 21

1 0 1

36 20 56

1 0 1

.312 .335 .323

1 11 0 13 1 24

0-0 1-1 1-1

a

e

fld%

140 109 166 59 306 168

po

9 6 15

.965 .974 .969

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Laura

LITTLE Junior

The Little File

Born: May 20, 1990 Birthplace: Houston, Texas Parents: Bill and Annemarie Little Siblings: sister, Sara Major: business-marketing

UT • 5-8 • R/R Spring, Texas Spring High School

Career Highs Hits______ 2 vs. Southeastern Louisiana (4/2/10) RBIs______ 1 (8x), last at Houston Baptist (4/21/10) Runs______ 1 (12x), last at Houston Baptist (4/21/10) Walks____ 2 (2x), last at Central Arkansas (4/10/10)

History

Little, Laura Career Stats Year

2009 2010 TOTAL

gp-gs

ab

r

h

2b

3b

hr

rbi

tb

slg%

bb

hbp

so

gdp

ob%

sf sh

.250 15-2 .172 41-32 .178 56-34

avg

8 93 101

3 9 12

2 16 18

0 1 1

0 1 1

1 0 1

1 7 8

5 19 24

.625 .204 .238

2 9 11

0 3 3

2 23 25

0 0 0

.400 .264 .276

0 1 1

0 1 1

sb-att

po

a

e

fld%

0-0 0-0 0-0

6 39 45

5 2 7

1 2 3

.917 .953 .945

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As a sophomore (2010) • Appeared in 41 games with 32 starts (31 in left field and one in right field) and hit .172 with one double, one triple and seven RBIs • Five of her seven RBIs came in Southland Conference play, where she hit .190 • Logged two outfield assists and committed just two errors in 43 chances • Recorded her first multi-hit game with a pair of singles against Southeastern Louisiana (April 2) • Had her first career extra-base hit, a double, at Sam Houston State (March13) • Slugged her first career triple at UT Arlington (March 27) As a freshman (2009) • Appeared in 15 games with two starts at second base • Batted .250 (2-for-8) with a home run and three runs scored • Recorded a .625 slugging percentage and .400 on-base percentage • Drew her second career start and went 1-for-3 with a solo home run in the 3-1, eight-inning loss to Cal State Bakersfield (April 18) • Was 1-for-2 with a walk in the 4-1 loss at Houston Baptist (April 15) • Scored a run as a pinch runner in the 3-1 win over Cal State Bakersfield (April 18) and in the 12-3 run-ruling of UT Arlington at the Southland Conference Tournament (May 8) Prior to UTSA • Three-time all-district shortstop for head coach Julie Wyrick at Spring High School • Named first-team All-District 15-5A as a senior • Helped the Lions finish as district runners-up and advance to the regional quarterfinal round of the playoffs in 2008 • Earned second-team all-district accolades as a sophomore and junior • Helped the Lions to bi-district and area championships her last two seasons • Yearbook sports editor, member of the student council and the distinguished grad program and named to Who’s Who Among American High School Students Individual Career

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Nikki

GOFF Junior

The Goff File

Born: March 29, 1990 Birthplace: Houston, Texas Parents: Walt and Pamela Goff Siblings: brother, Wally Major: pre-business

3B • 5-9 • R/R Leander, Texas Vista Ridge HS/Louisiana-Lafayette As a sophomore (2010)

Individual • Played in 39 games with 16 starts at third base, 10 in left field,Career seven at first base and two in right field

History

Beeson, Samantha

• Hit .120 with one home run and six RBIs avg three gp-gs stolen ab bases r •Year Second on the squad with

rbi

tb

slg%

bb

hbp

so

gdp

ob%

sf sh

41 career 6 3home 2 run0 in UTSA’s 1 5 •2010 Had a career-high two.073 RBIs 35-10 and her first TOTAL .073 35-10 41 6 3 2 0 1 5

h

2b

3b

hr

8 8

.195 .195

2 2

0 0

13 13

0 0

.116 .116

0 0

run-rule victory over Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (March 2)

0 0

sb-att

po

a

e

0-0 0-0

21 21

1 1

0 1.000 0 1.000

fld%

Emily • Went 1-for-4 with an RBI and a career-high two runs scored Blackburn, against No. 17 Texas (March 30) Year

ab

r

h

2b

3b

hr

rbi

tb

slg%

bb

hbp

so

gdp

ob%

sf sh

.190 23-15 42 •TOTAL Transferred to UTSA from .190 Louisiana 23-15 42

1 1

8 8

2 2

0 0

0 0

5 5

10 10

.238 .238

13 13

0 0

14 14

0 0

.382 .382

0 0

Prior 2010 to UTSA

avg

gp-gs

0 0

sb-att

po

a

e

fld%

0-0 0-0

12 12

28 28

4 4

.909 .909

• Appeared in two games as a freshman for the Ragin’ Cajuns,

Cantu, Rudi

who won the Sun Belt Championship and advanced to an NCAA Year Regional

rbi

tb

slg%

bb

hbp

so

gdp

ob%

sf sh

sb-att

po

a

e

fld%

51-50 157starter 31 at51third6 base 1 for0head 10 •2007 Four-year letterwinner .325 and three-year

59 66 66 69 260

.376 .373 .338 .381 .366

3 6 4 5 18

1 3 2 7 13

12 16 10 11 49

0 0 0 0 0

.340 .346 .322 .321 .332

1 4 2 4 1 5 0 4 4 17

8-8 11-15 18-20 22-26 59-69

56 122 82 67 327

11 49 6 7 73

2 10 1 4 17

.971 .945 .989 .949 .959

sb-att

po

a

e

fld%

0-0 0-0

0 0

0 0

0 0

.000 .000

po

a

e

fld%

105 77 54 54 82 78 69 42 310 251

11 15 12 7 45

.943 .878 .930 .941 .926

e

fld%

2008

avg

gp-gs

.316 50-50

ab

177

r

38

h

2b

3b

hr

56

4

3

0

16

TOTAL .304 playoffs 208-207 as 710 144 216 final round of the Class 4A a senior

16

8

4

56

coach 2009 Robin Brady at Vista .303 Ridge 55-55 High 195School 35 59 3 2 0 11 •2010 Helped the Rangers to a district .276 52-52 championship 181 40 50 and 3 the 2 regional 4 19

• Named first-team all-district and Defensive Player of the Year in Celeste Carruth, 2008 Year

avg

gp-gs

ab

r

h

2b

3b

hr

rbi

tb

slg%

bb

hbp

so

gdp

ob%

sf sh

.000 .000

28-0 28-0

1 1

4 4

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

.000 .000

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

.000 .000

0 0

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• Batted .335 and posted a fielding percentage of .995 at third

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2010 base TOTAL

• Also lettered in volleyball and basketball, and helped Vista Ridge

0 0

Cato, to a district crown and state runner-up finish in volleyball as a Kelly defensive specialist whileavg leading of Year gp-gs the school ab r to the h second 2b 3b round hr rbi the her 56-52 one season 2007basketball playoffs in.254 138 on 18the35team7 .273 40-27 •2008 An academic all-district selection

88 10 24 2009 .287 49-47 122 23 35 •2010 Member of the Fellowship Christian .217 of 46-36 92 Athletes. 11 20 TOTAL .259 191-162 440 62 114

5 3 2 17

0 0 0 2 2

0 3 4 0 7

tb

slg%

bb

hbp

so

gdp

ob%

sf sh

6 42 15 38 20 50 11 26 52 156

.304 .432 .410 .283 .355

10 5 18 8 41

3 1 3 2 9

30 24 14 24 92

0 0 2 1 3

.318 .319 .386 .294 .333

0 5 4-5 0 0 1-2 2 2 3-5 0 4 2-2 2 11 10-14

sb-att

Chapman, Chelsey Career Highs

Hits______ 1 (11x), last at Houston Baptist (4/21/10)

Year

2007 2008 2009 2010 TOTAL

avg

gp-gs

.500 17-1 .400 23-2 .216 47-18 .198 51-45 .215 138-66

ab

r

h

2b

3b

hr

rbi

tb

2 5 37 91 135

5 4 12 15 36

1 2 8 18 29

0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 1 1

0 0 0 0 0

0 0 1 1 2

1 2 8 20 31

slg% RBIs______ bb hbp 2 vs. so Texas gdp A&M-Corpus ob% sf sh Christi sb-att (3/2/10) po a

.500 Runs_ 2 _____ 0 2 vs. 0 Texas 0 (3/30/10) .750 0 0 2-3 0 0 Northwestern State (5/9/10) .400 Walks____ 0 0 2 (2x), 1 last 0 at .400 0 0 0-0 2 0 .216 4 0 5 1 .293 0 2 4-5 16 1 .220 2 2 19 0 .229 1 2 1-1 49 2 .230 8 2 25 1 .267 1 4 7-9 67 3

0 .000 0 1.000 3 .850 4 .927 7 .909

Goff, Nikki Career Stats Year

2010 TOTAL

gp-gs

ab

r

h

2b

3b

hr

rbi

tb

slg%

bb

hbp

so

gdp

ob%

sf sh

.120 39-35 .120 39-35

avg

92 92

12 12

11 11

0 0

0 0

1 1

6 6

14 14

.152 .152

13 13

3 3

43 43

0 0

.248 .248

1 1

1 1

sb-att

po

a

e

fld%

3-4 3-4

61 61

41 41

6 6

.944 .944

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Morgan

LUKSA Junior

The Luksa File

Born: Feb. 7, 1990 Birthplace: League City, Texas Parents: Kevin and Michele Luksa Major: kinesiology

P/OF • 5-7 • R/R League City, Texas Clear Creek High School

Year Year 2009

2009 2010 2010 TOTAL TOTAL Year Year 2009

2009 2010 2010 TOTAL TOTAL

avg avg .050

gp-gs gp-gs 20-9

.050 11-3 20-9 .182 .182 11-3 .097 31-12 .097 31-12 era

w-l

era 3.32 3.32 2.70 2.70 2.90 2.90

w-l 3-3 3-3 4-5 4-5 7-8 7-8

ab ab 20

r 1r

20 11 11 31 31 app app 17

17 32 32 49 49

h 1h

1 12 2 gs gs 6

126 12 18 18

21 23 3 cg cg 2

32 53 5

2b 2b 0

0 0 0

sho sho 0/0

0/0 1/0 1/0 1/0

3b 3b 0

0 0 0

sv sv 0

20 2 2

Luksa, Morgan Career Stats

hr hr 0

rbi rbi 0

0 0 0

tb tb 1

0 0 0

ip

slg% slg% .050

21 23 3

.050 .182 .182 .097 .097

bb bb 1

01 01 1

hbp hbp 0

0 0 0

h

r

er

bb

so

ip 46.1 48h 46.1 107 48 98.2 98.2 155 107 145.0 145.0 155

27r 27 53 53 80 80

er 22 22 38 38 60 60

bb 12 12 19 19 31 31

so 21 21 45 45 66 66

gdp

ob%

so gdp 10 0 107 0 0 177 17 0

so

ob% .095 .095 .182 .182 .125 .125

2b 2b 6

216 21 27 27

3b 3b 3

13 41 4

hr hr 3

103 10 13 13

sf sh sf 0 sh1

0 0 0

1 12 2

bf bf 204 204 437 437 641 641

sb-att sb-att 0-0

po po 3

0-0 0-0 0-0

bavg bavg .255

.255 .263 .263 .261 .261

43 47 7

wp wp 5

95 149 14

hbp hbp 0

10 1 1

fld% fld% .917 .917 .953 .953 .945 .945

a

e

fld%

13a 13 25 25 38 38

0e 0 0 0

fld% 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000

bk bk 0

0 0 0

Miller, Cassie S o u t h l a n d C o n f e r e n c e Champions 2004 • 2005 • 2006 Miller, Cassie

sfa sfa 1

21 32 3

sha sha 3

83 118 11

2011 UTSA R o a d ru n n e rs S o f t b a l l

As a sophomore (2010) • Made 32 appearances in the circle and went 4-5 while striking out 45 and compiling a team-leading 2.70 ERA in 98.2 innings • Went the distance three times with one shutout and recorded two saves • Hit .182 in 11 plate appearances while starting two games as the designated player • Went 2-1 with a 1.64 ERA, 31 strikeouts and two saves in Southland Conference play • Logged one shutout and went the distance twice in conference play • Set a career high with five strikeouts in a shutout of Northwestern State in the season finale (May 9) • Picked up saves in both games of a double header against Southeastern Louisiana (April 2) As a freshman (2009) • Played in 20 games as a position player with nine starts • Made 17 appearances in the circle and posted a 3-3 record, 3.32 ERA and 21 strikeouts in 46.1 innings of work • Tossed a pair of complete games • Struck out four and allowed three runs on six hits in the 10-3 victory against Houston Baptist (March 31) • Scattered three runs on five hits in five frames in the 12-3 runruling of UT Arlington at the Southland Conference Tournament (May 8) • Fanned three batters in 2.2 one-hit innings of relief and earned the win in the 8-6 victory against Northwestern State (April 26) • Started in right field and went 1-for-3 at the plate in the 6-1 loss at Texas State (April 11) Prior to UTSA • First-team All-District 24-5A selection in 2006 and ‘07 under Career Highs - Hitting head coach Andrea Cash at Clear Creek High School Individual Career Hits__________ History 1 (3x), last vs. Southeastern La. (4/2/10) • Posted a 0.64 ERA in both her sophomore and junior campaigns Career RBIs__________ Individual History — Runs__________ 1 (2x), last vs. Southeastern La. (4/2/10) • Batted .364 in 2007 Little, Laura • Named first-team all-county as a junior and team MVP as a Little, Laura Walks________ 1 at McNeese State (3/7/09) Career Highs - Pitching sophomore Year avg gp-gs ab r h 2b 3b hr rbi tb slg%Innings_ bb hbp gdp sf Northwestern sh sb-att a e ______so7.0 (3x),ob% last at St.po(5/9/10) •Year Also lettered two years avg in volleyball and helped Clear Creekhr rbi tb slg%Strikeouts_____ ab gdp ob% sf sh sb-att po 2009 .250 gp-gs 15-2 8 3r 2h 2b0 3b0 1 1 5 .625 bb2 hbp0 so25 at 0Nortwestern .400 0 St. 0 (5/9/10) 0-0 6 5a 1e win a district championship and to39the16regional final as 2009 .250 15-2advance 2 01 01 10 a 17 195 .625 29 hits*___ 03 2322 vs.0 Nicholls .400 01 01 0-0 52 12 2010 .172 41-32 938 .204Fewest .264 (4/5/09) 396 junior _ 0 (2x), 2010 .172 56-34 41-32 93 129 18 16 19 .238 .204Fewest 23 .264at Northwestern 39 TOTAL .178 101 1 1 10 87 24 119 runs*_ 3 25 0 last .276 1 1 0-0 St. (5/9/10) 45 72 32 •TOTAL Two-time academic all-district honoree .178 56-34 101 12 18 1 1 1 8 24 .238*minimum 11 3 4.025innings 0 pitched .276 1 1 0-0 45 7 3 • Graduated a semester early with a 4.26 grade point average. Luksa, Morgan

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Samantha

BEESON Sophomore

The Beeson File

Born: May 19, 1991 Birthplace: Corpus Christi, Texas Parents: Grady and Joanna Beeson Siblings: sister, Lindy Major: kinesiology

1B • 5-9 • R/R Austin, Texas

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Bowie High School

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As a freshman (2010) • Played in 35 games with three starts in right field and two in left field, first base and as the designated player • Hit .073 in 41 at-bats, with all three of her hits going for extra bases (two doubles and a home run) and five RBIs • Had two multi-RBI games • Went 1-for-1 with her first career home run against Southeastern Louisiana (April 3) Prior to UTSA • Four-year letterwinner and two-year starter for head coach Cathie Johnson-Landers at Bowie High School in Austin • Helped the Bulldogs to three consecutive district title • Named first-team all-district as a senior after helping Bowie to the regional final round of the Class 5A playoffs • Earned first-team All-Centex, second-team alldistrict and third-team all-state honors as a junior after hitting .354 with 40 hits, 10 doubles, a home run, 17 RBIs and 26 runs • Also posted a .469 slugging percentage, stole five bases and did not commit an error in 37 games in 2008 to help Bowie to the Class 5A state championship game • Bowie also advanced to the state tournament in 2007 and to the area round of the playoffs her freshman year • Played summer ball for Texas Stix 18U Gold and Austin Storm, which advanced to the ASA National Tournament in 2005 and 2007 • Member of the A/B Honor Roll each of her four years and the Latin Club, where she was a UIL regional qualifier.

Career Highs Hits______ 1 (3x), last RBIs______ 2 (2x), last Runs______ 1 (6x), last Walks____ 1 (2x), last

at Houston Baptist (4/21/10) vs. Southeastern La. (4/3/10) vs. Texas State (4/23/10) vs. Penn State (2/13/10)

Individual Career History Beeson, Samantha Career Stats Year

2010 TOTAL

gp-gs

ab

r

h

2b

3b

hr

rbi

tb

slg%

bb

hbp

so

gdp

ob%

sf sh

.073 35-10 .073 35-10

avg

41 41

6 6

3 3

2 2

0 0

1 1

5 5

8 8

.195 .195

2 2

0 0

13 13

0 0

.116 .116

0 0

0 0

sb-att

po

a

e

0-0 0-0

21 21

1 1

0 1.000 0 1.000

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fld%


Carrie

MONROE Senior

2

Corley

CALL Junior

20

SS • 5-9 • R/R

C/UT • 5-9 • R/R

Austin, Texas

Splendora, Texas

Westwood HS/Iowa State

Spledora HS/Sam Houston State

Prior to UTSA Monroe comes to UTSA after being a three-year letterwinner at Iowa State ... two-time Academic AllBig 12 selection ... appeared in 165 games with 153 starts in three seasons with the Cyclones ... as a sophomore in 2009, she hit a career-best .235 with 18 RBIs ... scored 20 runs that season while her eight doubles tied for the team lead ... while at Westwood High School in Austin, she was a firstteam all-district selection her final three seasons and was named the district co-most valuable player her junior year ... led team in batting average two times, including her senior year when she hit .439 ... also scored 43 runs and drove in 15 RBI while batting leadoff in 2007 ... four-time academic alldistrict ... played ASA for the Texas Stix-Gold team from 2002-07 ... coached in high school by Tiffany Gates and ASA by Jeff Staton, father of teammate Haylee Staton.

Will sit out the 2011 season after transferring from Sam Houston State.

Personal Born April 25, 1989, in Austin, Texas ... daughter of Charles and Cynthia Monroe ... has one sister, Kate ... kinesiology major ... lists Edward Norton and Rachel McAdams as her favorite actor and actress.

Personal Born Oct. 1, 1988, in Conroe, Texas ... daughter of Butch and Keli Call, and Kevin and Pam Lynch ... has two sisters, Kaci Call and Madison Lynch ... psychology major ... lists George Strait and Reba McEntire as her favorite musical artists.

Prior to UTSA Call spent her previous college years at fellow Southland Conference member Sam Houston State in Huntsville, Texas ... four-year letterwinner for coach Val Weldon at Splendora High School ... was a starter all four years at first base and catcher where she fielded .994 ... hit .365 and was a threetime all-state, all-district and first-team All-Greater Houston selection ... four-time all-Montgomery County selection, was named Montgomery County Offensive Player of the Year and 23-3A Catcher of the Year following her senior season in 2007 ... was an all-academic selection in 2007 ... also a four-year letterwinner and starter on the volleyball team where she was named first-team all-district three tiems.

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Alaina

BYARS

2011 UT SA R o a d ru n n e rs S o f t b a l l

Junior

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12

Haylee

STATON Sophomore

42

C/UT • 5-9 • R/R

RHP/UT • 5-7 • R/R

Deer Park, Texas

Austin, Texas

Deer Park HS/A&M-Corpus Christi

Westwood HS/Concordia Texas

Will sit out the 2011 season after transferring from Prior to UTSA Texas A&M-Corpus Christi. Staton joins the Roadrunners after spending a season at Concordia in Austin ... named Concordia’s Female Prior to UTSA Athlete of the Year ... helped lead the Tornados to Byars comes to UTSA after two seasons at fellow a 24-16 record ... named first-team All-American Southland Conference member Texas A&M-Corpus Southwest Conference pitcher after leading the team Christi ... hit .258 with 10 doubles, one triple, seven with a 10-6 record while compiling a 1.56 ERA in home runs and 38 RBIs over two seasons with the 103.1 innings ... totaled 80 strikeouts and tossed Islanders ... named third-team all-conference catcher 10 complete games with three shutouts and one in 2009 after hitting .287, driving in 31 runs and save ... named ASC Pitcher of the Week four times slugging a team-high six home runs ... fielded .980 ... at the plate, she hit .324 with a team-leading with 176 putouts at either first base or catcher ... four home runs and 25 RBIs ... four-year starter and was a four-year letterwinner at Deer Park High letterwinner at Westwood High School in Round School in Deer Park, Texas ... named all-district Rock ... played in the outfield, middle infield and her senior season ... also lettered and started all pitcher ... named the team’s 2006 Newcomer of four years for the basketball team and was named the Year ... earned the team’s “Golden Glove” all-district twice ... member of the National Honor award in 2007 ... named team MVP and 16-5A Society and named to Who’s Who Among High district Pitcher of the Year ... three-time first team School Students. all-district selection ... two-time Texas Sportswriters Association all-state pick ... also lettered and started Personal two years for the volleyball team. Born June 11, 1990, in Nederland, Texas ... daughter of Alan and Nancy Byars ... has one Personal sister, Kayla ... marketing major ... lists “The Blind Born Oct. 1, 1990, in Austin, Texas ... daughter of Side” as her favorite movie. Jeff and Kathy Staton ... has one sister, Heather... kinesiology major ... lists “Cake Boss” as her favorite television show.

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Siera

SPROUL Freshman

1

Courtney

BUCHMAN Freshman

5

OF • 5-5 • R/R

OF • 5-5 • R/R

Liberty Hill, Texas

Katy, Texas

Liberty Hill High School

Cinco Ranch High School

Personal Born July 11, 1992, in Austin, Texas ... daughter of Buddy and Tammy Sproul ... has one brother, Steven ... kinesiology major ... selected to participate in the PALS program at Liberty Hill High School to help mentor young children in the community ... also volunteered for the last four years with Miracle League, a program that allows special needs children to fulfill their dream of playing baseball.

Prior to UTSA Four-year starter and letterwinner for head coach Jerry Miller at Cinco Ranch High School in Katy, Texas ... helped lead the Cougars to a 27-7 mark her senior season and was named first-team alldistrict for the third time ... helped claim three district championships and pushed the squad to the third round of the playoffs all four seasons ... earned all-state accolades after her junior season in 2009 ... tabbed academic all-district and earned the Cinco Ranch Softball Team Leadership Award in 2009 … posted 28 RBIs as a sophomore, which was the second-best total in District 17-5A … named best 2010 recruit by Spy Softball in the U.S. and best player of the 2009 New Jersey Tournament ... member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Personal Born Sept. 16, 1991, in Houston ... daughter of Matthew and Pamela Buchman ... has one brother, Cameron ... her cousin, Tyler Herr, was drafted in the 44th round by the Minnesota Twins in 2009 and spent 2010 pitching in the Gulf Coast League.

S o u t h l a n d C o n f e r e n c e Champions 2004 • 2005 • 2006

2011 UTSA R o a d ru n n e rs S o f t b a l l

Prior to UTSA Four-year starter and letterwinner for head coach Charice Hankins at Liberty Hill High School in Liberty Hill, Texas ... helped lead the Panthers to the playoffs all four seasons including a first-place district finish with a 29-14 record her senior season ... at shortstop, named first-team all-district her junior and senior year after being named secondteam her freshman and sophomore years ... as a senior, hit .424 with 39 hits, 36 runs, 28 RBIs, nine doubles, two triples and six home runs and was named Offensive Player of the Year ... named academic all-district three times ... member of the National Honor Society, received the Panther Academic Award twice and the Presidential Award once ... three-year volleyball letterwinner at LHHS ... recorded 8.1 assists per game and 63 aces en route to being named Setter of the Year and firstteam all-district ... led the squad to the regional semifinals her senior season ... named academic all-district three times.

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Shelby

RUDERMAN Freshman

9

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FOX Freshman

10

C • 5-10 • R/R

P/1B • 5-5 • R/R

Splendora, Texas

San Antonio, Texas

Splendora High School

Johnson High School

Prior to UTSA Four-year letterwinner for head coach Val Weldon at Splendora High School in Splendora, Texas ... all-state performer as a junior in 2009 … named first-team All-District 22-3A at catcher and Defensive Player of the Year as a sophomore and junior … helped the Lady Wildcats advance to the regional semifinal round of the 2007 Class 3A playoffs and to the regional quarterfinals a year later … fourtime letterwinner and starter for the basketball team and three-time letterwinner on the volleyball squad ... three-time all-district performer in both basketball and volleyball, including first-team accolades in each sport as a junior.

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Jori

Personal Born Aug. 13, 1992, in Houston ... daughter of Michael Ruderman and Donald and Lynette Clark ... has three brothers, Tyler and Reese Ruderman and Eric Clark ... kinesiology major ... lists “Remember the Titans” as her favorite movie.

Prior to UTSA Three-year starter and letterwinner for head coach and former Roadrunner Jennifer Fox (Drake) at Johnson High School in San Antonio ... named firstteam all-district three times, all-area twice and the team’s Most Valuable Player twice ... hit .443 her senior season and led the Jaguars to a13-3 district mark ... earned all-area honors and led District 265A with a .494 batting average, six home runs and 33 RBIs as a junior … also struck out a districtbest 197 batters and posted 16 wins and a 0.76 ERA in 195 innings pitched last spring … was the winning pitcher and hit the game-winning home run in Johnson’s 4-2 win in 20 innings (city record) over Medina Valley in 2009… also plays for American Freedom Gold under head coach Tim Soefje. Personal Born Nov. 5, 1991, in San Antonio ... daughter of Mark and Karen Fox ... has two brothers, Josh and James ... kinesiology major ... lists Ryan Reynolds and Tina Fey as her favorite actor and actress.

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Prior to UTSA Two-time team MVP for head coach and former UTSA softball player Ashley Pillow (Oswald) at Clear Brook High School … a letterwinner and starter all four years ... named District 24-5A Most Valuable Player following her senior season in 2010 and co-MVP following her junior season in 2009 … tabbed second-team All-Greater Houston Area … helped lead the Wolverines to the district title and the first round of the Class 5A playoffs … first-team all-district and honorable mention all-state selection by the Texas Sports Writers Association in 2008 … helped Clear Brook to the area round of the playoffs … earned honorable mention all-district accolades at third base as a freshman … played select ball for Texas Aces Gold under coaches Kim Orsak and Kelly Ferguson and currently plays for Houston Power Gold under coaches John Glowacz and Sandra Mader.

Prior to UTSA A three-year letterwinner for coaches Rose Ruffino and Cathy Johnson at James Bowie High School in Austin ... helped the Bulldogs reach the state tournament three of her four seasons, including two runner-up finishes ... named second-team all-district after leading the team to a second place district finish and participated in the Austin Area All-Star Game as a senior ... named team Defensive Player of the Year ... also earned two letters and was a two-year starter for the BHS basketball squad. Personal Born July 23, 1992, in Austin, Texas ... daughter of Joe and Rita Akins ... has one brother, Ryan ... kinesiology major ... lists “The Replacements” as her favorite movie.

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Personal Born June 18, 1992 ... daughter of Eric and Jana Fichtner ... has one sister, Amber ... lists “One Tree Hill” as her favorite television show.

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(l-r): Kristin Kappler, Corley Call, Jori Fox, Haylee Staton, Alaina Byars, Courtney Buchman, Emily Humpal, Laura Little, Caitlyn Ivy, Siera Sproul, Danyé Holmes, Molly Fichtner, Shelby Ruderman, Ashley Kappler, Nikki Goff, Morgan Luksa, Samantha Beeson, Carrie Monroe.

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Name Siera Sproul Carrie Monroe Caitlyn Ivy Courtney Buchman Ashley Kappler Shelby Ruderman Jori Fox Laura Little Alaina Byars Nikki Goff Danyé Holmes Corley Call Molly Fichtner Emily Humpal Samantha Beeson Kristin Kappler Morgan Luksa Katy Akins Haylee Staton

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Hometown/Previous School Liberty Hill, Texas/Liberty Hill HS Austin, Texas/Iowa State Huntington, Texas/Huntington HS Katy, Texas/Cinco Ranch HS Lake Jackson, Texas/Brazoswood HS Splendora, Texas/Splendora HS San Antonio, Texas/Johnson HS Spring, Texas/Spring HS Deer Park, Texas/Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Leander, Texas/Louisiana-Lafayette Sugar Land, Texas/Kempner HS Splendora, Texas/Sam Houston State Houston, Texas/Clear Brook HS Corpus Christi, Texas/Creighton Austin, Texas/Bowie HS Lake Jackson, Texas/Brazoswood HS League City, Texas/Clear Creek HS Austin, Texas/Bowie HS Austin, Texas/Concordia

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years. UTSA has enjoyed its most successful run in school history during Hughes’ seven seasons as an assistant. The Roadrunners won three Southland Conference regular season titles and captured the 2004 and ‘06 Southland Tournament crowns and earned the only two NCAA Tournament appearances in school annals. Over the past seven seasons, the Roadrunners have posted an overall record of 220-163 (.574 winning percentage), including a school-record 42 wins in 2005. The program owns a 137-64 record (.682) in Southland play since 2004, the top mark among league schools during that span. UTSA also has led the NCAA in home runs in three of her seven seasons with the program, slugging a league-record 105 in 51 games in 2006 for a then-NCAA-record 2.06 pergame average. Additionally, Roadrunners have combined to earn 45 all-conference nods and seven all-region honors in the last seven years. Hughes came to UTSA from Navarro (Texas) College where she was an assistant coach for one season. Hughes was a four-year letterwinner at Texas State. The Angleton native began her collegiate softball playing career in 1997 and was a two-time all-conference and all-region outfielder. She posted a .251 career batting average that included 24 doubles, one triple, five home runs, 77 RBIs, 50 walks and 22 stolen bases. On Texas State’s career lists, she currently is fourth in career at-bats (655), tied for seventh in hits (167) and ninth in runs scored (87). In single-season categories, Hughes is tied for sixth in runs scored with 38 (2001), fifth (194/2001) in atbats and tied for ninth in walks with 24 (2001). Upon graduation from Texas State with a bachelor of science degree in exercise and sports science in 2001, Hughes served as a Bobcats assistant coach for one season.

The Hughes File Coaching Experience 2011-present — interim head coach, UTSA 2004-10 — assistant coach, UTSA 2003 — assistant coach, Navarro College 2002 — assistant coach, Texas State Playing Experience Texas State — 1997-2001 Education • Bachelor of science degree in exercise and sports science from Texas State (2001) • Graduated from Angleton High School (1997)

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season lists, including the school record for putouts with 455 in 2002. The Clear Lake, Texas, native also appears on 11 of the school’s career charts, including sixth with 37 home runs. Cheatham finished her stellar career with a .306 batting average, 127 runs, 208 hits, 35 doubles, 37 home runs, 52 extra-base hits, 126 runs batted in, 692 at-bats, 85 walks, 1,172 putouts and 247 assists. She is married to Brian Cheatham and the couple has twin sons, Austin and Brayden.

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ne of the best players to ever don a UTSA uniform, Michelle Cheatham (McElyea) is in her sixth season as assistant coach. She works with the pitchers and catchers and assists with the infielders. In Cheatham’s first five seasons on the staff, UTSA has recorded an 141-27 record and 18 Roadrunners have combined to earn 26 All-Southland Conference honors and three NFCA All-South Region accolades. Cheatham helped the Roadrunners post a 37-14 record and reach the NCAA Tournament for the second time in school history in her first season in 2006. UTSA won its third straight Southland regular season title with a 22-5 mark and swept through the Southland Tournament undefeated for the second time in three years. UTSA also continued its power-hitting prowess with the help of Cheatham in 2006, slugging 105 home runs in 51 games, a then-NCAA-record 2.06 per-game average. The pitching staff was solid, turning in a team earned run average of 2.37. Behind the plate, catchers Jessica Els and Catherine Garza combined for solid defense, committing just four errors in 366 chances (.989 fielding percentage). Her impact was felt again in 2007, as UTSA launched 74 home runs, while Garza was solid behind the plate with just two errors in 214 chances (.991). In 2008, UTSA posted a 20-10 league record and tied for third in the league standings. The three-person catching rotation of Whitney Balch, Brittany Bell and Cassie Miller combined to commit just one error in 259 chances, a .996 fielding percentage. In her fourth year on the staff, the Roadrunners finished third in the Southland with an 18-11 mark, the fourth consecutive season with at least 18 victories and a top-three finish in league play. Last season, Cheatham helped Caitlyn Ivy earn first-team All-Southland honors at shortstop. Ivy led the squad with 118 assists while recording 73 putouts. Cheatham was a four-year letterwinner from 1999-2002, earning second-team All-SLC honors in 2000 and 2002 at catcher. She still ranks in the top 10 on 10 of UTSA’s single-

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ormer Roadrunner and 2006 Southland Conference Freshman of the Year, Brittany Cantu returns to UTSA for her first season as a volunteer assistant coach. Cantu spent the last six seasons as the head coach for select teams in the San Antonio area, including the San Antonio Hit last year. After a stellar career at Business Careers High School, she helped lead the Roadrunners to their second NCAA Tournament appearance in 2006. The San Antonio native started 47 games, hit .252 and set a freshman record with 13 home runs. Cantu, who committed just three errors in 159 chances, was also named honorable mention at third base. Her 36 RBIs ranked second on the team and she recorded a .576 slugging and .333 on-base percentage. She still holds single-game with three home runs and 12 total bases in a 12-2 win over Colorado State. Cantu tied the single-game mark with seven RBIs in that contest as well. Cantu is an English major with an emphasis in creative writing along with a minor in religious studies. Her sister, Brandace, played volleyball at UTSA from 2003-04.

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Derrick Jenkins Strength & Conditioning Coach

Jana Joyner Athletic Trainer

Jordan Korphage Athletics Communications

Ben Wegemer Academic Advisor

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Hickey has been honored nationally for her hard work at UTSA. She was named the National Association of Collegiate Women Athletics Administrators 2005 Division I-AAA Administrator of the Year. Hickey earned her second national award in June 2006 as the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA)/ GeneralSports TURF Systems Division I-AAA West Region AD of the Year (ADOY). She also was selected to and completed the Masters Leadership Program of San Antonio and Bexar County. “UTSA is very fortunate to have an athletic leader with both the administrative and coaching experience of Lynn Hickey,” UTSA President Dr. Ricardo Romo said. “Lynn not only is a leader who can take our athletic program to the next level, but she is also well

Before her stint at A&M, Hickey was head women’s basketball coach at Kansas State University from 1979-84. She averaged more than 23 wins per season in posting a 125-39 (.762) record over five years and led the Wildcats to five consecutive NCAA Tournament berths. She was inducted into the Kansas State Athletics Hall of Fame in September 2004. A native of Welch, Okla., Hickey graduated summa cum laude from Ouachita Baptist University in Arkadelphia, Ark., with a bachelor’s degree in education. She was an All-American for OBU’s nationallyranked basketball team and a member of the USA National Team in 1973. Hickey and her husband, Bill, have one daughter, Lauren Nicole.

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ynn Hickey has made student-athlete welfare one of her top respected nationally and serves as an excellent role model for all priorities as she continues to work to bring the UTSA Athletics student-athletes at this university.” Department to the upper echelon of the NCAA Division I standings. In serving as the fourth athletics director in UTSA history, Hickey assumed the lead athletics role at one of the youngest NCAA Division Under Hickey’s direction the last 10 years, UTSA has claimed three I universities in the country (UTSA began athletic competition in Southland Conference all-sports championships while consistently 1981). The only female Division I athletics director that oversees winning both team and individual awards in all 17 sports sponsored both men’s and women’s sports in the state of Texas, she served by the university. On Dec. 18, 2008, UTSA’s Athletics Initiative as President of the Southland Conference from 2002-04 and as Business Plan was approved by the UT System Board of Regents, the SLC’s representative to the NCAA Championship/Competition granting permission to start a football program. Hickey made a Cabinet. splash with the hiring of the first-ever head football coach, as twotime National Coach of the Year Larry Coker was introduced on “It has been an exciting time,” said Hickey, who served on the March 6, 2009. Women’s Basketball Rules Committee from 2003-06, the last two as Chair. “We have made some good strides to bring the program Hickey has led the charge for UTSA and its hosting of numerous to prominence nationally. San Antonio is an outstanding city and is NCAA Championship events. Since her arrival on campus, UTSA a tremendous asset to the unlimited potential of the UTSA athletics has served as host institution for the 2001 NCAA Men’s Basketball program.” Midwest Regional, 2002 Women’s Final Four, 2003 Men’s Basketball South Regional, 2004 Men’s Final Four, 2005 Women’s Volleyball Hickey came to San Antonio from Texas A&M University, where Championship, 2006 Women’s Basketball South Regional, 2007 she served as senior associate athletic director/senior woman Men’s Basketball South Regional, 2008 Men’s Final Four and administrator since 1994. At Texas A&M, her responsibilities 2010 Women’s Final Four. It will serve as host for the 2011 Men’s included event management and marketing and promotions for 16 Basketball Southwest Regional and 2011 Women’s Volleyball of the university’s 19 Division I sports. She also represented the Big Championship. When the calendar is turned to 2012, UTSA will 12 Conference as a member of the NCAA Championship Cabinet. have hosted 14 NCAA Championship events in a 15-year period. From 1984-94, Hickey served as head women’s basketball coach In 2007, Hickey was named to the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball for Texas A&M. She directed the 1993-94 Aggies basketball team Committee, one of the most prestigious appointments in all of collegiate to the NCAA Tournament Sweet 16, becoming the lowest-seeded athletics. The 10-member committee oversees administration of the team to ever reach that milestone. Texas A&M finished the year NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship, including the ranked No. 19 in the CNN/USA Today Top 25 poll. Following selection and seeding of teams for the tournament. Hickey became the season, Hickey relinquished her coaching duties to accept the just the second female ever selected to the committee, joining UNC promotion to senior associate athletic director. She finished her Charlotte Athletics Director Judy Rose, who served from 1999- coaching career with an overall mark of 279-167 in 15 years of 2003. collegiate coaching.

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icardo Romo became the fifth president of The University of Texas at San Antonio in May 1999. As President, he leads one of the fastest-growing institutions of higher education in Texas and the nation. UTSA, under his leadership, is now poised to become the state’s next premier research university. President Romo has led strategic efforts to enhance both access to education and excellence in scholarship and service at the University.

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During President Romo’s tenure, UTSA’s enrollment has grown 53%, and the University has added numerous programs and facilities to enhance student life. The number of doctoral degree programs has increased from three to 21. He also has implemented new student support programs designed to help students succeed at earning a university degree. The number of advisers has tripled, and UTSA, with nearly 29,000 students in 2009, is recognized as a leader in “Closing the Gaps,” a statewide initiative by the Legislature to enroll more Texans in higher education.

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Members of the 2001 San Antonio Sports Hall of Fame Class from left to right: Robert Quiroga, Rudy Davalos, Nelson Wolff and Dr. Ricardo Romo

A native of San Antonio’s West Side, President Romo graduated from Fox Tech High School and attended The University of Texas at Austin on a track scholarship. He served as captain of the track and cross-country team and board of directors of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, San Antonio earned All-American honors in 1966. Romo was the first Texan to run the branch, and was reappointed in 2007. He was elected chairman of the mile in less than four minutes, and his mile record lasted 41 years. board for the San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (the largest U.S. Hispanic Chamber organization) for 2006. In 2007, Governor Rick Perry He earned a B.S. degree in education (1967), a master’s degree in history appointed Romo to serve on the Commission for College Ready Texas. from Loyola Marymount University (1970) and a Ph.D. in history from UCLA (1975). A nationally respected urban historian, Romo is the author Romo has received many honors during his academic career. In 2006, Romo of “East Los Angeles: History of a Barrio,” which is now in its ninth printing was honored by the UT Austin Friar Society as Outstanding Friar Alumnus. In (one in Spanish). November 2007, he was recognized with the Isabel la Catolica award, the Romo began his career as a social studies coordinator in the Los Angeles public schools in 1967. He taught as an assistant professor at California State University at Northridge (1970-1973) then at UC San Diego (19731980). In 1980, he returned to UT Austin to teach history. Prior to joining UTSA, Romo served at UT Austin as Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education (1993-1999).

highest award given to non-Spanish subjects, bestowed upon him by King Juan Carlos of Spain. In October 2008, Romo received the Distinguished Alumnus Award from the Texas Exes Alumni Association.

President Romo is married to Dr. Harriett Romo, a Professor of Sociology at UTSA. She also serves as Director of UTSA’s Mexico Center and the Bank of America Child and Adolescent Policy Research Institute (CAPRI). They have one son, Carlos, who earned degrees from Stanford University Romo serves on nearly 20 boards, many of them in San Antonio. He is active and The University of Texas School of Law. Their daughter, Anadelia, a on several museum boards and is especially proud of his work with the graduate of Princeton University, received a doctoral degree from Harvard United Way. In December 2004, Secretary of State Colin Powell appointed University and presently teaches at Texas State University Romo as a U.S. representative to the United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization. In January 2005, Romo was appointed to the

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2011 Opponents Alabama Nickname: Crimson Tide Colors: Crimson and white Conference: Southeastern Head coach: Patrick Murphy Career record (yrs): 662-199 (13) Record at school (yrs): 631-179 (12) Assistant coaches: Alyson Habetz, Vann Stuedeman Facility: Rhoads Stadium (3,395) 2010 overall/conf. record (finish): 52-11/23-4 (1st) 2010 postseason: NCAA Super Regional Letterwinners r/l: 13/5 SID: Skip Powers Office phone: 205/348-6734 Office fax: 205/348-8841 E-mail: spowers@ia.ua.edu Press box: n/a Web site: rolltide.com

Baylor Nickname: Lady Bears Colors: Green and gold Conference: Big 12 Head coach: Glenn Moore Career record (yrs): 533-249 (14) Record at school (yrs): 394-207 (10) Assistant coaches: Mark Lumley, Britni Sneed Newman Facility: Getterman Stadium (1,250) 2010 overall/conf. record (finish): 28-25/6-12 (8th) 2010 postseason: none Letterwinners r/l: 12/6 SID: Kyle Cornish Office phone: 254/710-3065 Office fax: 254/7101369 E-mail: kyle_cornish@baylor.edu Press box: 254/710-1045 Web site: baylorbears.com

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Nickname: Bears Colors: Purple and gray Conference: Southland Head coach: David Kuhn Career record (yrs): 417-284 (12) Record at school (yrs): 49-62 (2) Assistant coaches: Jennifer Binnie, Brandi Vondenstein Facility: Farris Field (300) 2010 overall/conf. record (finish): 25-31/13-16 (8th) 2010 postseason: none SID: Cody Usher Office phone: 501/450-5695 Office fax: 501/450-5740 E-mail: cusher@uca.edu Press box: 501/450-5743 Web site: ucasports.com

Houston Baptist Nickname: Huskies Colors: Royal blue and orange Conference: Great West Head coach: Mary-Ellen Hall Career record (yrs): 639-297 (20) Record at school (yrs): same Assistant coaches: Roger Willhite Facility: Husky Field (1,000) 2010 overall:16-30 2010 postseason: none SID: Mary Ellen Leisering Office phone: 281/649-3087 Office fax: 281/649-3496 E-mail: mleisering@hbu.edu Press box: 281/649-3126 Web site: hbuhuskies.com

Illinois Nickname: Fighting Illini Colors: Orange and Blue Conference: Big 10 Head coach: Terri Sullivan Career record (yrs): 362-241-2 (11) Record at school (yrs): same Assistant coaches: Donna DiBiase, Katie O’Connell Facility: Eichelberger Field (1,500) 2010 overall/conf. record (finish): 45-8/16-2 (2nd) 2010 postseason: NCAA Regional Letterwinners r/l: 13/8 SID: Cody Lahl Office phone: 217/244-4982 Office fax: 217/333-5540 E-mail: lahl2@illinois.edu Web site: fightingillini.com

Louisville Nickname: Cardinals Colors: Red and black Conference: Big East Head coach: Sandy Persall Career record (yrs): 663-570 (24) Record at school (yrs): 413-236 (11) Assistant coaches: Carol Bruggeman, Courtney Scott Facility: Ulmer Stadium (2,200) 2010 overall/conf. record (finish): 41-19/16-6 2010 postseason: NCAA Regional Letterwinners r/l: 16/5 SID: Lori Korte Office phone: 502/852-3086 Office fax: 502/852-7401 E-mail: lori.korte@louisville.edu Press box: 502/852-2500 Web site: uoflsports.com

McNeese State Nickname: Cowgirls Colors: Royal blue and yellow Conference: Southland Head coach: Natalie Poole Career record (yrs): 281-270 Record at school (yrs): 69-55 (2) Assistant coach: Andy Lott, Robyne Siliga Facility: Cowgirl Diamond (400) 2010 overall/conf. record (finish): 38-27/17-13 (4th) 2010 postseason: NCAA Regional Letterwinners r/l: 14/6 SID: Pam LaFosse Office phone: 337/475-5926 Office fax: 337/475-5928 E-mail: plafosse@mcneese.edu Press box: 504/782-3590 Web site: mcneesesports.com

Nicholls Nickname: Colonels Colors: Red and gray Conference: Southland Head coach: Jenny Parsons Career record (yrs): 154-170 (6) Record at school (yrs): same Assistant coaches: Chris Watford Facility: facility (capacity) 2010 overall/conf. record (finish): 25-22/16-13 (6th) 2010 postseason: none SID: Jamie Bustos Office phone: 985/448-4281 Office fax: 985/448-4924 E-mail: jamie.bustos@nicholls.edu Web site: geauxcolonels.com

North Texas Nickname: Mean Green Colors: Green and white Conference: Sun Belt Head coach: TJ Hubbard Career record (yrs): 82-81 (3) Record at school (yrs): same Assistant coaches: Erin Evans, Lisa Ferguson Facility: Lovelace Stadium (300) 2010 overall/conf. record (finish): 29-20/12-9 (3rd) 2010 postseason: none Letterwinners r/l: 13/4 SID: Amy Ruggini Office phone: 940/369-7980 Office fax: 940/369-8408 E-mail: amy.ruggini@unt.edu Press box: 940/369-7777 Web site: meangreensports.com

Northwestern State Nickname: Lady Demons Colors: Purple and white with orange trim Conference: Southland Head coach: Donald Pickett Career record (yrs): 32-72 (2) Record at school (yrs): same Assistant coaches: Caitlin Noble, Stacie Pestrak Facility: The Demon Diamond (1,000) 2010 overall/conf. record (finish): 27-27/13-17 (10th) 2010 postseason: none Letterwinners r/l: n/a SID: Kavolshaia Howze Office phone: 318/357-6467 Office fax: 318/357-4515 E-mail: howzek@nsula.edu Press box: 318/357-4442 or 4449 Web site: nsudemons.com

Sam Houston State Nickname: Bearkats Colors: Orange and white Conference: Southland Head coach: Bob Brock Career record (yrs): 959-556-1 (27) Record at school (yrs): 227-252 (9) Assistant coach: Adrian Mendoza Facility: Bearkat Softball Complex (400) 2010 overall/conf. record (finish): 21-28/12-15 (7th) 2010 postseason: none Letterwinners r/l: 11/8 SID: Paul Ridings Office phone: 936/294-1764 Office fax: 936/294-3538 E-mail: ridings@shsu.edu Press box: 936/294-4132 Web site: gobearkats.com

Southeastern Louisiana Nickname: Lady Lions Colors: Green and gold Conference: Southland Head coach: Pete Langlois Career record (yrs): 333-461 (16) Record at school (yrs): same Assistant coach: Arica Rodriguez Facility: North Oak Park (500) 2010 overall/conf. record (finish): 11-37/3-25 (11th) 2010 postseason: none Letterwinners r/l: 13/5 SID: Kemmler Chapple Office phone: 985/549-2142 Office fax: 985/549-3773 E-mail: kchapple@selu.edu Press box: 985/549-3231 Web site: lionsports.net

Stephen F. Austin Nickname: Ladyjacks Colors: Purple and white/red trim Conference: Southland Head coach: Gay McNutt Career record (yrs): 466-460 (16) Record at school (yrs): 94-72 (3) Assistant coaches: Craig Snider Facility: Ladyjack Softball Field (750) 2010 overall/conf. record (finish): 29-20/20-10 (T-1st) 2010 postseason: none Letterwinners r/l: 8/6 SID: Brian Ross Office phone: 936/468-5800 Office fax: 936/468-4593 E-mail: rossbrian@sfasu.edu Web site: sfajacks.com

Syracuse Nickname: Orange Colors: Orange Conference: Big East Head coach: Leigh Ross Career record (yrs): 341-308-2 (13) Record at school (yrs): 104-110 (4) Assistant coaches: Wally King, Mike Bosch Facility: SU Softball Stadium (650) 2010 overall/conf. record (finish): 32-26/10-10 (4th) 2010 postseason: NCAA Regional Letterwinners r/l: 15/2 SID: Lindsey Campbell Office phone: 315/443-2608 Office fax: 315/443-3405 E-mail: suacsid@syr.edu Press box: n/a Web site: suathletics.com

Texas Nickname: Longhorns Colors: Burnt orange and white Conference: Big 12 Head coach: Connie Clark Career record (yrs): 552-260-3 (14) Record at school (yrs): same Assistant coach: Corrie Hill, Jennifer McFalls Facility: Red and Charlie McCombs Field (1,254) 2010 overall/conf. record (finish): 43-15/14-2 (1st) 2010 postseason: NCAA Regional Letterwinners r/l: 10/5 SID: Spencer Kitley Office phone: 512/471-6036 Office fax: 512/471-6040 E-mail: spencer.kitley@athletics.utexas.edu Press box: 512/480-9478 Web site: texassports.com

Texas A&M Nickname: Aggies Colors: Maroon and white Conference: Big 12 Head coach: Jo Evans Career record (yrs): 858-483-2 (25) Record at school (yrs): 545-271-2 (14) Assistant coaches: Joy Jackson, Mary Jo Firnbach Facility: Aggie Softball Complex (1,750) 2010 overall/conf. record (finish): 44-16/12-6 (3rd) 2010 postseason: NCAA Regional Letterwinners r/l: 11/5 SID: Meredith Collier Office phone: 979/862-5452 Office fax: 979/845-0564 E-mail: mcollier@athletics.tamu.edu Press box: 979/862-1733 Web site: aggieathletics.com

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2011 Opponents Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Nickname: Islanders Colors: Royal blue, navy blue and white Conference: Southland Head coach: Jake Schumann Career record (yrs): 262-222 (9) Record at school (yrs): 79-85 (3) Assistant coaches: Teresa Flores, Lisa Norris Facility: Chapman Field (250) 2010 overall/conf. record (finish): 35-22/16-14 (5th) 2010 postseason: none Letterwinners r/l: 9/9 SID: Josh Brown Office phone: 361/825-3411 Office fax: 361/825-3218 E-mail: joshua.brown@tamucc.edu Press box: 361/793-4471 Web site: goislanders.com

Texas Southern Nickname: Tigers Colors: Maroon and gray Conference: Southwestern Athletic Head coach: Worley Barker Career record (yrs): 75-163 (6) Record at school (yrs): same Assistant coaches: Shanel Scott, Christle Middleton Facility: Memorial Park (500) 2010 overall/conf. record (finish): 21-20/13-4 (1st) 2010 postseason: none Letterwinners r/l: 18/4 SID: Jim McCurdy Office phone: 713/313-6829 Office fax: 713/313-1045 E-mail: mccurdyjf@tsu.edu Web site: TSUball.com

Texas State Nickname: Bobcats Colors: Maroon and gold Conference: Southland Head coach: Ricci Woodard Career record (yrs): 368-209-1 (10) Record at school (yrs): same Assistant coach: Peejay Brun, Amber Daniel Facility: Bobcat Field (1,000) 2010 overall/conf. record (finish): 27-26/20-10 (T-1st) 2010 postseason: none Letterwinners r/l: 14/4 SID: Denise Thompson Office phone: 512/245-2988 Office fax: 512/245-2967 E-mail: dt24@txstate.edu Press box: 512/245-7203 Web site: txstatebobcats.com

UT Arlington Nickname: Mavericks Colors: Royal blue and white (oragne trim) Conference: Southland Head coach: Debbie Hedrick Career record (yrs): 328-322 (15) Record at school (yrs): same Assistant coach: Angela Perry, Vince Kwasnick Facility: Allan Saxe Field (250) 2010 overall/conf. record (finish): 29-25/16-12 (3rd) 2010 postseason: none Letterwinners r/l: 9/6 SID: Kristyna Mancias Office phone: 817/272-2213 Office fax: 817/272-2254 E-mail: kmancias@uta.edu Press box: 817/460-6880 Web site: utamavs.com

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2 0 1 1 O p p o n e n t s S e r i e s R e s u lt s Alabama (0-2) H: 0-0 / A: 0-0 / N: 0-2 2/19/99____ nL______ 2-10 2/10/07____ nL______ 3-10

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Baylor (12-17) H: 6-6 / A: 5-9 / N: 1-2 2/8/96____ aW_ _____ 6-0 2/8/96____ aW_ _____ 2-0 2/16/96___ nW_ _____ 4-3 2/24/96____ nL_______ 1-4 4/18/96___ hW_ _____ 7-2 4/18/96____ hL_______ 1-4 4/14/98___ hW_ ____ 10-4 4/14/98____ hL_______ 0-5 4/22/98____ aL_______ 2-4 4/22/98___ aW_ _____ 2-0 2/27/99___ hW_ ___11-10 2/27/99____ hL______ 6-11 4/21/99____ aL_______ 1-3 4/21/99____ aL_______ 5-7 2/18/00___ hW_ _____ 3-2 2/18/00___ hW_ _____ 9-4 3/29/00___ aW_ _____ 6-2 3/29/00____ aL_______ 3-6 3/6/01_____ hL_______ 0-7 3/6/01____ hW_ _____ 5-3 3/21/01____ aL_______ 1-3 3/21/01___ aW_ _____ 1-0 2/9/02_____ nL_______ 0-4 3/28/07____ aL_______ 1-9 3/28/07____ aL_______ 1-4 3/4/08_____ hL_______ 1-5 2/14/09____ aL_______ 3-7 4/21/09____ aL_______ 0-8 3/9/10_____ hL_______ 1-8

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Central Arkansas (10-2) H: 5-1 / A: 5-1 / N: 0-0 3/17/07___ hW_ ____ 10-1 3/17/07___ hW_ _____ 7-2 3/18/07___ hW_ ____ 14-6 3/21/08___ aW_ _____ 7-1 3/21/08___ aW_ _____ 6-0 3/22/08___ aW_ ____ 13-5 3/27/09___ hW_ _____ 5-3 3/27/09___ hW_ _____ 3-1 3/28/09____ hL_______ 6-9 4/10/10____ aL_______ 0-1 4/10/10___ aW_ _____ 9-6 4/11/10___ aW_ _____ 6-2 Houston (5-8) H: 3-3 / A: 2-5 / N: 0-0 3/15/01____ hL_______ 2-5 3/15/01___ hW_ _____ 3-1 4/10/02____ aL_______ 0-5 4/10/02___ aW_ _____ 5-4 2/23/03____ aL_______ 1-2 3/10/04____ hL_______ 3-5 3/10/04____ hL_______ 1-3 3/4/05____ aW_ _____ 3-0 4/4/06____ hW_ _____ 3-2 4/4/06____ hW_ _____ 6-3 4/9/08_____ aL_______ 0-3 4/9/08_____ aL_______ 3-5 2/19/10____ aL______ 3-13

Houston Baptist (10-2) H: 5-1 / A: 5-1 / N: 0-0 2/14/92____ hL_______ 0-6 2/14/92___ hW_ _____ 1-0 4/10/92___ aW_ _____ 5-1 4/10/92___ aW_ _____ 1-0 3/31/09___ hW_ _____ 3-2 3/31/09___ hW_ ____ 10-3 4/15/09___ aW_ _____ 1-0 4/15/09____ aL_______ 1-4 4/14/10___ hW_ __ 8-0 (6) 4/14/10___ hW_ _____ 5-2 4/21/10___ aW_ _____ 3-1 4/21/10___ aW_ _____ 5-2 Illinois (first meeting) Louisville (first meeting) McNeese St. (38-25) H:21-10 / A: 14-14 / N: 3-1 3/1/92_____ hL___ 1-8 (10) 3/1/92____ hW_ _____ 3-1 3/2/92_____ hL_______ 2-8 4/8/93_____ hL_______ 3-5 4/8/93____ hW_ _____ 3-0 4/9/93____ hW_ __ 7-6 (9) 4/9/93_____ hL_______ 0-1 2/19/94____ aL_______ 3-6 2/19/94___ aW_ _____ 3-2 2/20/94____ aL_______ 0-5 2/20/94____ aL_______ 0-4 4/22/95___ hW_ _____ 3-2 4/22/95____ hL_______ 2-4 4/23/95___ hW_ _____ 3-0 4/23/95____ hL_______ 3-8 3/23/96____ hL_______ 4-8 3/23/96____ hL______ 4-12 3/24/96___ hW_ _____ 5-1 5/3/96____ nW_ _____ 2-0 3/8/97_____ aL____ 0-1 (8) 3/8/97____ aW_ _____ 8-5 3/9/97_____ aL_______ 1-2 3/17/98___ aW_ _____ 4-3 3/17/98____ aL_______ 1-2 3/18/98___ aW_ _ 10-1 (6) 3/6/99____ hW_ _____ 6-4 3/6/99____ hW_ ____ 10-9 3/7/99____ hW_ _____ 5-3 4/15/00___ aW_ ____ 10-0 4/15/00___ aW_ _____ 7-6 4/16/00___ aW_ ____ 10-7 3/10/01___ hW_ _____ 4-1 3/10/01___ hW_ _____ 5-2 3/11/01___ hW_ _____ 6-1 4/6/02____ aW_ _____ 2-0 4/6/02____ aW_ _____ 3-0 4/7/02____ aW_ _____ 4-0 5/3/02____ nW_ _____ 7-0 4/1/03____ hW_ _____ 6-3 4/1/03_____ hL______ 8-19 4/2/03____ hW_ ___13-12 4/26/04___ aW_ _____ 3-0 4/26/04___ aW_ __ 2-1 (9) 3/12/05___ hW_ _____ 4-1 3/12/05___ hW_ ____ 15-7 3/13/05___ hW_ _____ 5-1 5/8/05_____ nL_______ 3-4 3/18/06____ aL_______ 1-2 3/18/06____ aL_______ 0-2 3/19/06___ aW_ _____ 8-0 5/6/06____ nW_ _____ 3-0 5/5/07____ aW_ ____ 15-2

5/5/07_____ aL_______ 2-3 5/6/07_____ aL______ 4-10 3/1/08____ hW_ _____ 7-3 3/1/08____ hW_ ____ 12-0 3/2/08____ hW_ ____ 15-1 3/7/09_____ aL_______ 2-5 3/7/09_____ aL_______ 3-4 3/8/09_____ aL_______ 2-6 5/7/09_____ aL_______ 3-4 3/20/10___ hW_ _____ 4-3 3/20/10___ hW_ ____ 10-6 3/21/10____ hL_______ 1-3

4/17/10___ aW_ _____ 1-0 4/18/10____ aL_______ 0-6

Nicholls (35-27) H: 16-9 / A: 16-16 / N: 3-2 3/27/93____ aL_______ 0-1 3/27/93____ aL_______ 0-1 3/28/93____ aL_______ 3-5 3/28/93___ aW_ _____ 4-2 3/19/94___ hW_ _____ 5-4 3/19/94____ hL_______ 1-4 3/20/94___ hW_ _____ 5-4 3/20/94____ hL______ 5-11 3/18/95____ aL_______ 2-3 3/18/95____ aL_______ 2-3 3/19/95____ aL_______ 2-7 3/19/95____ aL_______ 1-2 3/30/96___ aW_ _____ 2-0 3/30/96___ aW_ _____ 9-4 3/31/96____ aL_______ 4-5 5/2/96_____ nL______ 3-12 5/4/96____ nW_ _ 1-0 (10) 3/15/97____ hL_______ 2-4 3/15/97____ hL_______ 1-5 3/16/97___ hW_ _____ 6-4 4/18/98____ hL_______ 2-5 4/18/98___ hW_ _____ 4-1 4/19/98____ hL_______ 1-6 4/17/99___ aW_ _____ 6-2 4/17/99___ aW_ _____ 7-5 4/18/99____ aL______ 4-11 3/4/00____ hW_ _____ 5-2 3/4/00____ hW_ _____ 5-1 3/5/00____ hW_ __ 1-0 (8) 4/21/01___ aW_ ____ 12-4 4/21/01___ aW_ _____ 8-2 4/22/01___ aW_ _____ 8-3 4/13/02____ hL_______ 4-5 4/13/02___ hW_ _____ 8-0 4/14/02___ hW_ _____ 8-0 4/18/03____ aL_______ 5-6 4/18/03____ aL______ 5-10 4/19/03____ aL_______ 5-6 3/16/04____ aL_______ 1-4 3/16/04___ aW_ _____ 9-0 3/17/04____ aL_______ 0-5 4/30/04___ nW_ _____ 6-3 4/9/05____ hW_ _____ 9-1 4/9/05____ hW_ ____ 10-4 4/10/05___ hW_ ____ 17-4 4/14/06___ aW_ __ 6-5 (8) 4/14/06___ aW_ _____ 8-1 4/15/06___ aW_ ____ 10-0 5/5/06____ nW_ _____ 4-3 3/24/07____ hL_______ 6-7 3/24/07___ hW_ _____ 4-1 3/25/07___ hW_ _____ 7-3 3/29/08___ aW_ _____ 8-1 3/29/08___ aW_ _____ 8-7 3/30/08____ aL_______ 2-4 5/8/08_____ nL___ 2-3 (10) 4/4/09____ hW_ _____ 3-2 4/4/09_____ hL____ 1-2 (8) 4/5/09____ hW_ _ 3-2 (11) 4/17/10___ aW_ _ 1-0 (10)

Northwestern St. (39-29) H: 19-10 / A: 16-17 /N: 4-2 4/15/92____ hL_______ 3-4 4/15/92____ hL______ 0-10 4/24/93___ aW_ _____ 2-1 4/24/93____ aL_______ 1-5 4/25/93___ aW_ _____ 5-0 4/25/93____ aL_______ 2-3 3/26/94___ hW_ _____ 3-2 3/26/94___ hW_ _____ 3-1 3/27/94____ hL______ 2-11 3/27/94___ hW_ __ 2-1 (9) 2/18/95____ aL_______ 0-1 2/18/95___ aW_ ____ 10-3 2/20/95___ hW_ _____ 6-5 2/20/95___ hW_ _____ 5-1 2/15/96___ nW_ _____ 5-1 3/9/96____ hW_ ____ 11-1 3/9/96____ hW_ _____ 6-1 3/10/96___ hW_ _____ 5-1 4/26/97____ aL___ 2-10 (6) 4/26/97____ aL_______ 2-3 4/27/97____ aL_______ 4-5 5/2/97_____ nL_______ 0-4 4/10/98___ aW_ _____ 3-1 4/10/98____ aL_______ 2-3 4/11/98____ aL_______ 0-1 4/24/99___ hW_ _____ 7-3 4/24/99___ hW_ ____ 12-4 4/25/99___ hW_ _____ 8-2 2/26/00____ aL_______ 3-6 2/26/00____ aL_______ 1-6 2/27/00___ aW_ _____ 3-2 5/6/00____ aW_ _____ 8-0 5/6/00_____ aL_______ 0-3 5/7/00_____ aL_______ 3-4 4/28/01____ hL_______ 1-6 4/28/01____ hL_______ 4-6 4/29/01____ hL_______ 4-5 3/2/02____ aW_ _____ 1-0 3/2/02_____ aL_______ 0-3 3/3/02_____ aL_______ 0-1 5/4/02_____nL*_______ 0-1 4/26/03____ hL_______ 7-8 4/26/03____ hL______ 4-16 4/27/03___ hW_ _____ 8-5 4/9/04____ aW_ __ 7-5 (8) 4/9/04_____ aL_______ 0-8 4/10/04___ aW_ _____ 3-2 5/2/04____ nW_ ____ 11-3 3/22/05____ hL_______ 1-6 3/22/05___ hW_ _____ 8-6 3/23/05___ hW_ _____ 8-2 5/7/05____ nW_ _____ 4-1 3/11/06___ aW_ _____ 2-1 3/11/06___ aW_ _____ 5-1 3/12/06___ aW_ _____ 6-2 4/14/07____ hL____ 0-2 (8) 4/14/07___ hW_ _____ 6-5 4/15/07___ hW_ _____ 3-2 4/19/08___ aW_ _____ 4-2 4/19/08___ aW_ _____ 6-1

North Texas (5-4) H: 3-2 / A: 0-2 / N: 0-0 2/12/05___ hW_ _____ 9-0 3/19/08____ aL_______ 4-9 2/17/09____ hL_______ 3-8 2/17/09___ hW_ _____ 8-0 2/27/10____ hL_______ 4-5 2/28/10___ hW_ _____ 2-1 3/25/10____ aL_______ 3-4

4/20/08___ aW_ ____ 12-1 2/15/09___ nW_ __ 2-1 (8) 4/25/09___ hW_ _____ 4-3 4/25/09___ hW_ ____ 13-4 4/26/09___ hW_ _____ 8-6 5/8/10_____ aL_______ 1-5 5/8/10_____ aL_______ 0-1 5/9/10____ aW_ _____ 4-0 Sam Houston St. (34-30) H: 15-11 / A: 17-17 / N: 2-2 3/4/92_____ hL_______ 0-8 3/4/92_____ hL______ 1-14 4/23/92____ aL_______ 2-5 4/23/92____ aL_______ 0-6 3/5/93_____ aL_______ 4-5 3/21/93____ hL_______ 1-7 3/21/93____ hL_______ 0-5 3/25/93___ aW_ _____ 5-2 3/26/93____ aL___ 2-3 (10) 4/13/93____ aL_______ 1-5 4/13/93____ aL_______ 0-6 4/10/94____ hL_______ 2-3 4/10/94___ hW_ _____ 4-2 4/25/94___ aW_ _____ 9-4 4/25/94____ aL_______ 0-2 4/2/95____ hW_ __ 2-1 (8) 4/2/95____ hW_ _____ 4-0 4/10/95___ aW_ __ 2-1 (8) 4/10/95____ aL____ 2-3 (8) 3/2/96_____ aL_______ 0-4 3/21/98___ aW_ _____ 3-0 3/21/98___ aW_ _____ 3-1 3/22/98____ aL_______ 1-2 4/2/99_____ hL_______ 0-4 4/2/99____ hW_ _____ 8-0 4/3/99____ hW_ ____ 11-0 3/19/00___ aW_ _____ 1-0 3/19/00___ aW_ _____ 8-0 3/20/00___ aW_ ____ 13-4 4/7/01____ hW_ _____ 3-1 4/7/01____ hW_ _____ 5-0 4/8/01____ hW_ _____ 9-0 4/27/02___ aW_ _____ 3-1 4/27/02___ aW_ _____ 4-0 4/27/02___ aW_ ____ 10-1 4/5/03_____ hL______ 1-16 4/5/03_____ hL_______ 6-8 4/6/03____ hW_ ___12-11 3/13/03___ aW_ _____ 7-2 3/13/03____ aL____ 4-5 (8) 3/14/04____ aL_______ 5-6 5/2/04____ nW_ _____ 6-0 4/30/05___ hW_ _____ 3-2 4/30/05___ hW_ _____ 3-0 5/1/05____ hW_ _____ 2-1 5/7/05_____ nL___ 0-3 (11) 4/8/06____ aW_ __ 4-2 (8) 4/8/06____ aW_ _____ 3-1 4/9/06____ aW_ _____ 2-1 4/28/07____ hL_______ 2-6 4/28/07____ hL_______ 0-4 4/29/07___ hW_ _____ 8-4 5/11/07____ aL_______ 2-3 5/3/08____ aW_ _____ 1-0 5/3/08_____ aL_______ 1-2 5/4/08____ aW_ __ 6-4 (8) 2/28/09____ hL_______ 4-6 2/28/09___ hW_ _____ 7-1 3/1/09____ hW_ _ 10-6 (8) 5/7/09____ nW_ _____ 5-4 5/8/09_____ nL_______ 1-4 3/13/10____ aL_______ 1-2 3/13/10____ aL_______ 4-5 3/14/10____ aL____ 3-4 (8)

S o u t h l a n d C o n f e r e n c e Champions 2004 • 2005 • 2006


2 0 1 1 O p p o n e n t s S e r i e s R e s u lt s Southeastern La. (30-11) H: 16-6 / A: 14-2 / N: 0-3 3/20/92____ nL_______ 4-7 2/24/95___ hW_ _____ 3-2 3/8/98____ aW_ _____ 9-0 3/8/98____ aW_ _____ 4-0 4/30/98____ nL_______ 3-4 2/6/99____ hW_ _____ 7-2 2/6/99____ hW_ ____ 10-9 2/7/99____ hW_ ____ 17-7 4/21/00___ aW_ ____ 12-4 4/21/00___ aW_ _____ 7-0 3/4/01_____ hL_______ 0-2 3/4/01_____ hL_______ 2-5 3/5/01_____ hL_______ 3-4 3/23/02___ aW_ _____ 6-0 3/23/02___ aW_ _____ 2-0 3/24/02____ aL______ 4-1* 5/4/02_____ nL_______ 0-5 3/1/03_____ hL______ 5-10 3/1/03_____ hL_______ 5-6 3/2/03____ hW_ _____ 8-4 3/27/04___ hW_ _____ 9-0 3/27/04___ hW_ ____ 15-5 3/28/04___ hW_ _____ 7-3 4/2/05____ aW_ ____ 10-1 4/2/05____ aW_ ____ 13-1 4/3/05____ aW_ _____ 4-1 3/4/06____ hW_ _____ 8-0 3/4/06____ hW_ _____ 8-0 3/5/06____ hW_ ____ 17-4 3/10/07___ aW_ _____ 3-1 3/10/07___ aW_ _____ 7-6 3/11/07___ aW_ ____ 11-2 3/15/08___ hW_ _____ 3-0 3/15/08___ hW_ _____ 2-1 3/16/08___ hW_ _____ 3-2 3/21/09___ aW_ _____ 3-1 3/21/09____ aL_______ 1-2 3/22/09___ aW_ _____ 1-0 4/2/10____ hW_ ____ 10-6 4/2/10____ hW_ _____ 9-6 4/3/10_____ hL_______ 2-5

Syracuse (first meeting) Texas (4-31-1) H: 2-11 / A: 2-19-1 / N: 0-1 4/23/97____ hL_______ 4-5 4/23/97____ hL_______ 5-8 2/26/98____ hL_______ 0-1 2/26/98___ hW_ _____ 2-1 4/1/98_____ aL_______ 1-7 4/1/98_____ aL_______ 0-6 2/20/99____ aL_______ 2-3 4/13/99____ hL______ 0-17 4/13/99____ hL_______ 0-9 2/6/00_____ hL_______ 1-9 2/6/00____ hW_ _____ 3-2 2/22/00____ aL_______ 4-8 2/22/00____ aT_______ 1-1 2/21/01___ aW_ _____ 3-1 2/21/01____ aL_______ 0-8 2/15/02____ hL_______ 2-3 2/20/02____ aL_______ 0-8 2/20/02____ aL_______ 2-3 2/16/03____ hL_______ 0-5 3/5/03_____ aL_______ 0-3 3/11/04____ aL_______ 2-7 3/9/05_____ aL_______ 0-2 3/9/05_____ aL_______ 1-7 2/21/06____ aL_______ 1-5 2/21/06____ aL_______ 0-8 5/19/06____ aL_______ 0-4 3/8/07_____ hL_______ 1-4 3/22/07____ aL_______ 1-6 2/9/08_____ aL_______ 1-3 2/9/08____ aW_ _____ 3-2 2/10/08____ aL______ 2-10 4/30/09____ aL____ 2-3 (8) 4/30/09____ aL_______ 1-6 2/19/10____ nL_______ 2-3 3/30/10____ hL_______ 7-8 3/30/10____ hL_______ 3-4

Texas A&M (6-26) H: 1-8 / A: 4-18 / N: 1-0 4/3/92_____ hL_______ 0-5 4/3/92_____ hL_______ 1-9 4/24/92____ aL_______ 0-3 4/24/92____ aL_______ 2-6 2/27/93____ hL______ 0-10 3/30/94____ aL_______ 2-3 3/30/94____ aL_______ 2-3 2/28/95___ aW_ __ 1-0 (8) 2/28/95____ aL_______ 4-6 2/13/96____ aL_______ 1-5 2/13/96___ aW_ _____ 7-6 2/18/96___ nW_ _____ 3-2 2/20/96____ hL_______ 1-7 2/20/96____ hL_______ 0-2 3/20/97____ aL_______ 0-4 3/20/97____ aL_______ 2-3 3/26/97____ hL_______ 3-6 3/26/97____ hL_______ 3-6 2/20/98____ aL_______ 0-4 2/22/98___ aW_ __ 3-2 (9) 3/11/99___ hW_ _____ 3-2 3/11/99____ hL_______ 6-7 2/3/01_____ aL_______ 0-8 2/3/01____ aW_ _____ 3-2 2/3/02_____ hL_______ 0-8 2/3/02_____ hL_______ 0-2 2/5/03_____ aL_______ 1-9 2/9/05_____ aL_______ 5-6 2/9/05_____ aL_______ 0-1 2/15/06____ aL_______ 6-7 2/15/06____ aL_______ 2-4 2/18/07____ aL_______ 1-7 2/6/09_____ aL_______ 1-4 2/7/09_____ aL_______ 0-8 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (23-11) H: 12-4 / A: 11-6 / N: 0-1 4/18/00___ hW_ _____ 4-2 4/18/00___ hW_ ____ 12-1 2/6/01____ hW_ _____ 4-1 2/6/01____ hW_ ____ 12-8 4/11/01___ aW_ _____ 4-3 4/11/01___ aW_ _____ 5-0 2/22/02____ aL_______ 2-4 2/24/02___ aW_ _____ 3-0 3/20/02____ aL_______ 0-2 3/20/02____ aL_______ 2-3 4/23/02___ hW_ _____ 9-5 4/23/02___ hW_ _____ 6-4 2/15/03____ hL_______ 1-4 4/9/03_____ aL_______ 0-3 2/7/04_____ nL_______ 2-3 2/13/05___ hW_ _____ 5-0 4/6/05_____ aL_______ 0-2 4/6/05____ aW_ _____ 7-3 3/9/06____ hW_ _____ 9-1 3/9/06____ hW_ _____ 7-3 4/19/06___ aW_ _____ 3-0 4/19/06___ aW_ _____ 3-1 2/27/07____ aL_______ 1-3 2/27/07___ aW_ _____ 5-1 2/28/07___ aW_ _____ 3-1 2/26/08____ hL____ 4-8 (8) 2/26/08____ hL_______ 1-3 2/27/08___ hW_ _____ 6-1 2/24/09___ aW_ _____ 6-0 2/24/09___ aW_ _____ 8-0 2/25/09___ aW_ _____ 6-1 3/2/10____ hW_ _ 12-2 (5) 3/2/10_____ hL_______ 3-6 3/3/10____ hW_ _____ 5-4

Texas State (30-35) H: 21-15 / A: 7-20 / N: 2-0 3/14/92____ aL_______ 5-7 3/14/92____ aL_______ 1-5 2/28/93___ hW_ _____ 4-3 4/20/93___ hW_ _____ 2-1 4/20/93___ hW_ _____ 4-3 2/25/94___ hW_ _____ 6-0 3/10/94___ hW_ _____ 3-1 3/10/94___ hW_ _____ 3-2 4/7/94____ hW_ _____ 1-0 4/7/94_____ hL_______ 1-3 2/25/95___ hW_ __ 4-3 (9) 3/9/95____ hW_ _____ 6-0 3/9/95____ hW_ _____ 2-0 4/19/95___ aW_ _____ 2-0 4/19/95____ aL_______ 2-5 4/6/96____ aW_ _____ 5-0 4/6/96_____ aL_______ 2-5 4/7/96____ aW_ _____ 3-1 3/22/97____ hL_______ 2-3 3/22/97___ hW_ _____ 5-3 3/22/97____ hL_______ 0-2 4/25/98___ hW_ _____ 2-0 4/25/98___ hW_ _____ 6-2 4/26/98____ hL_______ 5-8 3/27/99____ aL_______ 1-2 3/27/99___ aW_ _____ 3-1 3/28/99____ aL_______ 1-9 4/1/00____ hW_ _____ 8-0 4/1/00____ hW_ _____ 4-3 4/2/00_____ hL_______ 1-2 5/6/00____ nW_ _____ 1-0 4/13/01____ aL_______ 0-8 4/13/01____ aL_______ 0-7 4/14/01____ aL_______ 0-6 2/17/02____ hL_______ 0-4 4/20/02____ hL_______ 1-4 4/20/02___ hW_ _____ 7-3 4/21/02____ hL_______ 0-1 4/11/03____ aL______ 3-11 4/11/03____ aL______ 7-12 4/12/03____ aL_______ 1-6 2/6/04_____ aL_______ 2-5 4/17/04___ hW_ _____ 5-3 4/17/04___ hW_ _____ 9-7 4/18/04___ hW_ _____ 7-6 3/25/05____ aL____ 3-5 (9) 3/25/05___ aW_ ____ 12-3 4/1/06_____ hL_______ 6-7 4/1/06_____ hL_____ 1-3(8) 4/2/06_____ hL_______ 5-7 2/9/07____ aW_ _____ 3-2 2/11/07____ aL_______ 0-3 3/31/07____ aL_______ 0-4 4/1/07_____ aL_______ 1-2 4/1/07_____ aL_______ 4-6 5/10/07___ nW_ _____ 4-0 4/4/08_____ hL_______ 1-5 4/4/08_____ hL____ 6-8 (8) 4/5/08_____ hL_______ 0-4 4/10/09___ aW_ __ 3-2 (9) 4/10/09____ aL_______ 1-4 4/11/09____ aL_______ 1-6 4/23/10___ hW_ _____ 3-1 4/23/10____ hL___ 4-6 (10) 4/24/10___ hW_ _____ 7-1

UT Arlington (38-27) H: 24-9 / A: 9-17 / N: 5-1 3/25/92____ hL_______ 0-2 3/25/92____ hL_______ 1-2 3/14/93____ hL_______ 0-3 3/14/93____ hL_______ 0-6 4/2/94____ aW_ _____ 3-2 4/2/94____ aW_ _____ 3-2 4/30/94___ hW_ _____ 2-0 4/30/94___ hW_ _____ 3-0 3/12/95____ aL_______ 0-1 3/12/95____ aL_______ 2-4 4/29/95___ hW_ _____ 3-0 4/30/95___ hW_ _____ 3-2 4/20/96____ hL_______ 0-1 4/20/96___ hW_ _____ 2-1 4/21/96___ hW_ _____ 7-1 2/22/97___ hW_ _____ 1-0 4/6/97_____ aL____ 0-8 (5) 4/6/97____ aW_ _____ 7-3 4/7/97____ aW_ _____ 3-0 5/1/97____ nW_ _____ 2-0 4/4/98____ hW_ _____ 3-1 4/4/98____ hW_ _____ 7-3 4/5/98____ hW_ _____ 3-0 4/10/99____ aL_______ 4-6 4/10/99___ aW_ ____ 13-9 4/11/99____ aL______ 6-17 3/25/00___ hW_ _____ 3-0 3/25/00___ hW_ _____ 6-3 3/26/00___ hW_ _____ 3-1 3/31/01____ aL_______ 0-2 3/31/01____ aL_______ 0-1 4/1/01_____ aL_______ 0-1 2/9/02_____ aL_______ 0-1 3/29/02____ hL_______ 0-2 3/29/02___ hW_ ____ 10-1 3/30/02___ hW_ _____ 6-1 3/29/03____ aL_______ 0-4 3/29/03____ aL_______ 2-8 3/30/03____ aL_______ 2-9 3/6/04____ hW_ _____ 6-3 3/6/04____ hW_ _____ 5-4 3/7/04_____ hL____ 1-2 (9) 5/1/04____ nW_ _____ 6-0 4/23/05____ aL_______ 2-4 4/23/05___ aW_ _____ 9-1 4/24/05___ aW_ ____ 10-1 4/29/06___ hW_ _____ 5-1 4/29/06___ hW_ _____ 3-1 4/30/06___ hW_ ____ 10-2 5/6/06____ nW_ _____ 7-5 5/7/06____ nW_ _____ 8-3 3/3/07____ hW_ _____ 8-0 3/3/07_____ hL____ 0-1 (8) 3/4/07____ hW_ ____ 10-2 5/11/07____ nL_______ 2-6 3/8/08____ aW_ _____ 2-1 3/8/08_____ aL____ 0-1 (8) 3/9/08_____ aL_______ 0-2 3/15/09____ hL____ 3-5 (9) 3/15/09___ hW_ _____ 8-5 3/16/09___ hW_ _____ 5-3 5/8/09____ nW_ ____ 12-3 3/27/10____ aL____ 0-8 (5) 3/27/10____ aL_______ 3-5 3/28/10___ aW_ _____ 6-5

S o u t h l a n d C o n f e r e n c e Champions 2004 • 2005 • 2006

2011 UTSA R o a d ru n n e rs S o f t b a l l

Stephen F. Austin (37-19) H: 25-8 / A: 10-11 / N: 2-0 3/13/92____ hL_______ 2-4 3/13/92___ hW_ _____ 8-0 2/27/93___ hW_ ____ 12-0 4/16/94____ hL_______ 1-2 4/16/94___ hW_ _____ 9-1 4/17/94___ hW_ _____ 1-0 4/17/94___ hW_ _____ 2-1 4/7/95_____ aL_______ 0-1 4/7/95_____ aL_______ 0-2 4/8/95____ aW_ _____ 2-0 4/8/95_____ aL_______ 4-5 4/27/96___ hW_ _____ 8-0 4/27/96___ hW_ _____ 4-3 4/28/96___ hW_ _____ 4-0 4/12/97___ hW_ _____ 6-1 4/12/97___ hW_ _____ 7-3 4/13/97___ hW_ _____ 5-4 3/15/98____ hL_______ 5-9 3/15/98___ hW_ _____ 5-4 3/15/99___ aW_ ____ 10-5 3/15/99____ aL_______ 2-3 3/15/99____ aL_______ 0-3 2/12/00___ nW_ _____ 7-0 4/8/00____ hW_ ____ 10-0 4/8/00_____ hL_______ 0-2 4/9/00_____ hL_______ 1-5 3/17/01___ aW_ _____ 4-2 3/17/01____ aL_______ 0-1 3/18/01___ aW_ _____ 1-0

3/16/02___ hW_ _____ 5-0 3/16/02___ hW_ ____ 10-0 3/17/02___ hW_ _____ 8-0 3/15/03___ aW_ _____ 1-0 3/15/03___ aW_ _____ 8-0 3/16/03____ aL_______ 2-7 4/3/04____ hW_ _____ 1-0 4/3/04____ hW_ _____ 7-5 4/4/04____ hW_ _____ 3-0 3/19/05____ aL____ 4-5 (8) 3/19/05___ aW_ _____ 7-2 3/20/05____ aL_______ 2-5 3/25/06___ hW_ _____ 8-0 3/25/06___ hW_ _____ 8-3 3/26/06___ hW_ ____ 11-4 4/21/07____ aL_______ 5-6 4/21/07___ aW_ ____ 11-2 4/22/07___ aW_ _____ 5-2 4/26/08____ hL_______ 0-9 4/26/08___ hW_ _____ 2-0 4/27/08___ hW_ _____ 1-0 2/14/09___ nW_ _____ 7-3 5/2/09____ aW_ _____ 4-1 5/2/09_____ aL_______ 1-4 3/6/10_____ hL_______ 1-3 3/6/10____ hW_ _____ 6-3 3/7/10_____ hL_______ 2-8

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Southland Conference

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n an era of considerable change in intercollegiate athletics, the Southland Conference continues to be a model of innovation, stability and consistent achievement as it celebrates the academic and athletic accomplishments of its member institutions.

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baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, tennis, and indoor and outdoor track and field. The women compete for nine championships in basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, softball, tennis, indoor and outdoor track and field, and volleyball. The conference earns automatic qualification to NCAA championships in baseball, men’s and women’s What began as a small gathering of college administrators basketball, men’s and women’s cross country, football, men’s more than 47 years ago, the Southland Conference has and women’s golf, women’s soccer, softball, men’s and transformed itself into a dynamic and respected consortium women’s tennis, and volleyball. of 12 member universities in three states. Beginning with a historic meeting of five institutions in Dallas on March 15, Continuing its tradition of innovation, the league launched 1963, that included current members Lamar (then Lamar the Southland Conference Television Network in the fall State College of Technology) and UT Arlington (then of 2008 and has already broadcast nearly 70 events. Arlington State College), the Southland Conference In just its second year of production, the network set on an extraordinary course that has proven has already received recognition for its work. successful well into its fifth decade of It received a College Sports Media existence. Award at the College Sports Video Summit in Atlanta in June 2010 for On July 1, 2006, the Southland it production of the 2009 McNeese Conference commemorated State vs. Stephen F. Austin football another milestone as the league game, which was judged the best membership reached 12, marking live game or event in its category. the largest configuration ever for The network also collected three the organization. The addition of t h e prestigious Tell Awards. Entering its third season Central Arkansas and Texas A&M-Corpus Christi in 2010-11, the network will expand its reach to expanded the Southland into the Little Rock, Ark., metro area roughly 6 million households throughout Texas, Louisiana and into the eighth largest city in Texas. Central Arkansas and and Arkansas. A&M-Corpus Christi enhanced the Southland Conference in innumerable ways, including athletic and academic successes, In February 2010, the Southland Conference learned it, in strong and principled leadership, and strong fan support and conjunction with the city of Frisco, Texas, and the Hunt Sports media coverage. Group, would serve as the host of the NCAA Division I Football Championship game. The first of three championship games In addition to its two newest members, the Southland will be played Jan. 7, 2011 at Pizza Hut Park in Frisco, which Conference lineup also consists of Lamar, McNeese State , has been home to the conference office since 2006. Frisco was Nicholls State, Northwestern State, Sam Houston State , recently named the fastest growing city in the nation. Southeastern Louisiana, Stephen F. Austin State, UT Arlington, UTSA, and Texas State. The conference has increased sponsorship and championship opportunities for female student-athletes in recent years, adding All told, the revised membership of the Southland encompasses women’s golf and soccer as league sports. In 2007, Stephen F. more than 180,000 current students and an alumni base Austin became the first Southland soccer team to score a goal of approximately 920,000. Famous alums from Southland in the NCAA tournament, while Texas State became the first Conference schools include former President Lyndon B. women’s golf program to compete in the NCAA tournament. Johnson (Texas State), former CBS news anchor Dan Rather (Sam Houston State), retired U.S. Central Command The Southland Conference has repeatedly demonstrated its General Tommy Franks (UT Arlington), NBA executive Joe commitment to the academic and athletic success of its studentDumars (McNeese State), ABC news anchor Robin Roberts athletes. With the F.L. McDonald Postgraduate Scholarship (Southeastern Louisiana), country music star George Strait Award, the league annually honors one male and one female (Texas State), Major League Baseball stars Hunter Pence (UT scholar-athlete with a stipend for postgraduate study. The Arlington), Kevin Millar (Lamar) and Ben Broussard (McNeese Scholar-Athlete Award is given to each institution’s male and State), NBA legend Scottie Pippen (Central Arkansas) and female student-athlete with the highest grade-point average. actor Lou Diamond Phillips (UT Arlington). The Steve McCarty Citizenship Award, initiated in 2005-06 and named after the former Stephen F. Austin athletic director, The cities of the Southland are diverse and progressive, properly recognizes accomplishments off the court for a male ranging from international business and cultural centers such and female student-athlete. Also, student-athletes with gradeas the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex, San Antonio and the point averages above 3.0 are honored on the Southland’s New Orleans area, to the historical cities of Nacogdoches, annual All-Academic teams and Commissioner’s Honor Roll. Texas, and Natchitoches, La., to the home of the modern oil A record 934 student-athletes appeared on the honor roll boom, Beaumont, Texas, to the unique Cajun French cultures following the 2010 spring semester. found in the Louisiana cities of Thibodaux and Lake Charles. Southland Conference institutions also draw large numbers of In addition to providing expanding opportunities for studentstudents from the metropolitan areas of Houston, Little Rock, athletes, the Southland Conference and its member institutions Baton Rouge, Austin, and Shreveport. are very involved in various community outreach programs. Many of these programs provide positive life skills training The Southland sponsors 17 championship sports, all at such as academics, citizenship and leadership to school-aged the NCAA Division I level. The eight men’s sports include students in Southland communities.

S o u t h l a n d C o n f e r e n c e Champions 2004 • 2005 • 2006


Sophomore Caitlyn Ivy was named first-team All-Southland after she led the team in nine offensive categories — including batting average (.383), home runs (12) and RBI (40) — in 2010.

Season Review

2010 Final Statistics________ 56 2010 Results_______________ 57 2010 SLC Review_ _________ 58


Overall Statistics for UTSA (as of Dec 13, 2010) (All games Sorted by Batting avg)

2 0 1 0 F i n a l S tat i s t i c s

Record: 23-29 Player

avg gp-gs

4 Ivy, Caitlyn 17 Holmes, Danye 7 Kappler, Ashley 3 Cantu, Rudi 33 Kappler, Kristin 5 Cato, Kelly 10 Sitka, Krista 11 Little, Laura 13 Goff, Nikki -------------------24 Humpal, Emily 1 Chapman, Chelsey 15 Blackburn, Emily 34 Luksa, Morgan 30 Beeson, Samantha 8 Miller, Cassie 42 Carruth, Celeste 22 Gonzales, Kim

.383 .297 .282 .276 .254 .217 .216 .172 .120

52-52

.255 .198 .190 .182 .073 .000 .000 .000

29-21

43-36 49-48 52-52 47-42 46-36 46-42 41-32 39-35

51-45 23-15 11-3 35-10 39-37 28-0 9-0

Home: 13-11

Away: 8-12

2b 3b hr

rbi

Neutral: 2-6

tb slg%

Southland: 15-15

ab

r

h

bb hp

so gdp

ob% sf sh sb-att

a

e fld%

162 101 149 181 122 92 116 93 92

36 13 28 40 11 11 8 9 12

62 30 42 50 31 20 25 16 11

7 2 5 3 2 2 3 1 0

1 12 40 107 0 7 26 53 1 5 18 64 2 4 19 69 0 6 24 51 2 0 11 26 0 1 9 31 1 0 7 19 0 1 6 14

.660 .525 .430 .381 .418 .283 .267 .204 .152

22 22 12 5 18 8 10 9 13

1 4 0 7 4 2 0 3 3

46 19 20 11 28 24 31 23 43

0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0

.455 .438 .335 .321 .366 .294 .278 .264 .248

2 0 1-1 73 118 1 0 0-0 13 21 0 13 1-1 166 59 0 4 22-26 67 7 1 1 0-1 14 37 0 4 2-2 69 42 0 3 0-0 281 23 1 1 0-0 39 2 1 1 3-4 61 41

31 .860

55 6 14 91 15 18 42 1 8 11 1 2 41 6 3 18 0 0 1 4 0 0 3 0

0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0

0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

.473 11 .220 2 .238 13 .182 0 .195 2 .000 8 .000 0 .000 0

0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0

29 19 14 7 13 13 0 0

1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

.379 .229 .382 .182 .116 .308 .000 .000

0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

4 12 26 0 1 20 0 5 10 0 0 2 1 5 8 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0

0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

po

3 .919 6 .974 4 .949 9 .850 7 .941 5 .984 2 .953 6 .944

3

32

0 1.000

49

2

4 .927

12

28

4 .909

4

25

0 1.000

21

1

0 1.000

177

19

3 .985

0

0

0 .000

0

0

0 .000

Totals

.243

52

1367

204

332

29

8 41

185

500

.366

155 26

340

4

.330

7 30

30-36

1049

457

84

.947

Opponents

.272

52

1415

237

385

54

3 49

206

592

.418

149 20

240

2

.348

8 42

76-88

1052

386

54

.964

LOB - Team (333), Opp (353). DPs turned - Team (16), Opp (13). CI - Team (1), Kappler,A 1. IBB - Team (1), Holmes 1. Picked off - Humpal 1.

(All games Sorted by Earned run avg) Player

era

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34 Luksa, Morgan 24 Humpal, Emily 17 Holmes, Danye

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w-l

2.70 4-5 3.80 13-15 4.05 6-9

app gs

cg

sho

32 12 3 35 22 10 25 18 9

1/0 3/0 1/0

sv

r

er

so

2b

2 98.2 107 53 1 142.0 171 107 1 109.0 107 77

ip

h

38 77 63

19 45 72 132 58 63

bb

21 19 14

3b

hr b/avg wp hp bk sfa sha

1 10 1 20 1 19

.263 9 1 .288 17 11 .258 11 8

0 0 0

2 8 3 15 3 19

Totals

3.56

23-29

52 52

22

5/0

4

349.2

385

237

178

149

240

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3

49

.272

37 20

0

8

42

Opponents

2.91

29-23

52 52

27

5/1

4

350.2

332

204

146

155

340

29

8

41

.243

29 26

0

7

30

PB - Team (17), Miller 9, Kappler,A 8, Opp (13). Pickoffs - Team (1), Miller 1. SBA/ATT - Miller (52-62), Humpal (36-42), Holmes (27-32), Kappler,A (24-26), Luksa (13-14).

Win/Loss Summary

Inning-by-Inning Scoring Summary UTSA Opponents

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 EX 39 21 39 19 30 36 12 8 44 31 44 23 43 9 33 10

Attendance Summary Home Away Total

4,151 6,507 10,658

(avg = 188) (avg = 241) (avg = 217)

Win/Loss Streak Summary

Longest winning streak_______________ 6 Longest losing streak_________________ 9

Total 204 237

Total___________________________ 23-29 Conference_____________________ 15-15 Non-Conf_______________________ 8-14 Home_ ________________________ 13-11 Away___________________________ 8-12 Neutral___________________________2-6 Day___________________________ 22-23 Night_____________________________1-6 vs Left_ ___________________________1-3 vs Right________________________ 22-26 1-Run games_ ___________________ 7-12 2-Run games_ _____________________3-5 5+Run games______________________4-7 Extra inns_________________________2-3 Shutouts_ _________________________5-5 Scoring 0-2 runs_________________ 3-16 Scoring 3-5 runs_________________ 8-10 Scoring 6-9 runs___________________8-3 Scoring 10+ runs_ _________________4-0 Opponent 0-2 runs_______________ 14-3 Opponent 3-5 runs_______________ 4-14 Opponent 6-9 runs_______________ 5-10 Opponent 10+ runs________________0-2 Scored in 1st inning______________ 13-7 Scores first______________________ 16-6

Opp. scores first_________________ 7-23 After 4 leading_ _________________ 15-5 After 4 trailing___________________ 3-21 After 4 tied________________________5-3 After 5 leading_ _________________ 16-0 After 5 trailing___________________ 4-20 After 5 tied________________________2-6 After 6 leading_ _________________ 16-0 After 6 trailing___________________ 2-19 After 6 tied________________________3-7 Hit 0 home runs_________________ 10-18 Hit 1 home run____________________2-7 Hit 2+ home runs_ _______________ 11-4 Opponent 0 home runs_ _________ 12-11 Opponent 1 home run______________6-9 Opponent 2+ HRs__________________5-9 Made 0 errors_____________________6-6 Made 1 error______________________6-7 Made 2+ errors_________________ 11-16 Opp. made 0 errors______________ 6-13 Opp. made 1 error_______________ 7-11 Opp. made 2+ errors_____________ 10-5 Out-hit opponent_________________ 15-6 Out-hit by opponent______________ 6-19 Hits are tied_______________________2-4

S o u t h l a n d C o n f e r e n c e Champions 2004 • 2005 • 2006


2010 UTSA Roadrunners Game Results for UTSA (as of Dec 13, 2010) (All games)

2 0 1 0 R e s u lt s

Date # Feb # Feb # Feb # Feb # Feb ^ Feb ^ Feb ^ Feb ^ Feb ^ Feb % Feb % Feb % Feb % Feb * Mar * Mar * Mar * Mar * Mar * Mar

vs UTEP vs Nebraska vs Penn State at New Mexico State vs Colorado State vs #15 Texas at Houston vs #16 Louisiana-Lafayette vs Purdue vs Iowa State UC RIVERSIDE UC RIVERSIDE NORTH TEXAS NORTH TEXAS A&M-CORPUS CHRISTI-1 A&M-CORPUS CHRISTI-2 A&M-CORPUS CHRISTI STEPHEN F. AUSTIN-1 STEPHEN F. AUSTIN-2 STEPHEN F. AUSTIN #22 BAYLOR at Sam Houston State-1 at Sam Houston State-2 at Sam Houston State MCNEESE STATE-1 MCNEESE STATE-2 MCNEESE STATE at North Texas at UT Arlington-1 at UT Arlington-2 at UT Arlington #17 TEXAS-1 #17 TEXAS-2 SOUTHEASTERN LA.-1 SOUTHEASTERN LA.-2 SOUTHEASTERN LA. at Central Arkansas-1 at Central Arkansas-2 at Central Arkansas HOUSTON BAPTIST-1 HOUSTON BAPTIST-2 at Nicholls-1 at Nicholls-2 at Nicholls at Houston Baptist-1 at Houston Baptist-2 TEXAS STATE-1 TEXAS STATE-2 TEXAS STATE at Northwestern State-1 at Northwestern State-2 at Northwestern State

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Inns

Overall

4-2 10-9 4-8 7-28 1-5 2-3 3-13 1-3 2-3 0-9 6-7 6-0 4-5 2-1 12-2 3-6 5-4 1-3 6-3 2-8 1-8 1-2 4-5 3-4 4-3 10-6 1-3 3-4 0-8 3-5 6-5 7-8 3-4 10-6 9-6 2-5 0-1 9-6 6-2 8-0 5-2 1-0 1-0 0-6 3-1 4-1 3-1 4-6 7-1 1-5 0-1 4-0

7 (8) 7 5 7 7 7 7 7 5 (8) 7 7 7 5 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 (8) 7 7 7 7 5 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 6 7 (10) 7 7 7 7 7 (10) 7 7 7 7

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

Southland Pitcher of record

0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-0 1-1-0 2-1-0 2-2-0 3-2-0 3-3-0 3-3-0 3-4-0 3-5-0 3-6-0 4-6-0 5-6-0 5-7-0 5-7-0 5-8-0 5-9-0 6-9-0 6-9-0 6-9-0 7-9-0 8-9-0 8-10-0 8-11-0 9-11-0 10-11-0 10-11-0 10-11-0 11-11-0 12-11-0 12-12-0 12-12-0 12-12-0 13-12-0 13-13-0 14-13-0 14-14-0 14-15-0 15-15-0

Luksa (W 1-0) Humpal (W 1-0) Luksa (L 1-1) Humpal (L 0-1) Holmes (L 0-1) Holmes (L 0-2) Humpal (L 1-2) Holmes (L 0-3) Humpal (L 1-3) Luksa (L 1-2) Luksa (L 1-3) Humpal (W 2-3) Luksa (L 1-4) Humpal (W 3-3) Holmes (W 1-3) Humpal (L 3-4) Holmes (W 2-3) Holmes (L 2-4) Humpal (W 4-4) Holmes (L 2-5) Humpal (L 4-5) Humpal (L 4-6) Humpal (L 4-7) Holmes (L 2-6) Humpal (W 5-7) Holmes (W 3-6) Humpal (L 5-8) Holmes (L 3-7) Humpal (L 5-9) Luksa (L 1-5) Holmes (W 4-7) Humpal (L 5-10) Humpal (L 5-11) Holmes (W 5-7) Humpal (W 6-11) Humpal (L 6-12) Holmes (L 5-8) Luksa (W 2-5) Humpal (W 7-12) Humpal (W 8-12) Humpal (W 9-12) Holmes (W 6-8) Humpal (W 10-12) Humpal (L 9-13) Luksa (W 3-5) Humpal (W 11-13) Humpal (W 12-13) Humpal (L 12-14) Humpal (W 13-14) Humpal (L 13-15) Holmes (L 6-9) Luksa (W 4-5)

Attend

Time

179 179 213 418 189 647 647 317 317 280 200 300 300 300 105 105 103 188 186 143 171 121 121 208 111 111 104 100 163 163 175 403 200 200 200 222 171 132 200 200 111 110 110 211 211 167 334 334 278

2:20 3:19 2:17 2:43 1:40 1:44 2:12 1:40 1:50 1:23 2:32 2:14 2:14 2:04 1:20 1:46 1:29 1:39 2:19 2:52 1:53 2:00 2:00 2:08 2:07 2:16 1:58 2:00 1:30 2:00 1:50 2:23 1:48 2:13 2:03 1:49 1:37 2:00 1:54 1:43 1:38 2:20 1:31 1:25 1:54 1:44 1:49 2:46 2:00 2:03 1:36 1:54

# = Hotel Encanto Invitational (Las Cruces, N.M.) ^ = Marriott Houston Invitational (Houston, Texas) % = UTSA Invitational (San Antonio, Texas) * = Conference game () extra inning game

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2010 Southland Conference Review F inal S tandings

Conference Overall School W L Pct. W L Pct. Stephen F. Austin 20 10 .667 29 20 .592 Texas State 20 10 .667 27 26 .509 UT Arlington 16 12 .571 29 25 .537 McNeese State 17 13 .567 38 27 .585 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 16 14 .533 35 22 .614 Nicholls 16 14 .533 25 22 .532 UTSA 15 15 .500 23 29 .442 Central Arkansas 13 16 .448 25 31 .446 Sam Houston State 13 16 .448 21 28 .429 Northwestern State 13 17 .433 27 27 .500 Southeastern Louisiana 3 25 .107 11 37 .229

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First Team C - Samantha Chumchal, UT Arlington 1B - Kayla Gutowski, Stephen F. Austin 2B - Caley Jeter, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 3B - Briana Bishop, Stephen F. Austin SS - Caitlyn Ivy, UTSA OF - Hannah Schwarz, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi OF - Kendal Harper, Stephen F. Austin OF - Leah Boatright, Texas State DP - Shay Ristau, Central Arkansas UT - Audrey Wood, Nicholls P - Chandler Hall, Texas State P - Monika Covington, Stephen F. Austin

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Second Team C - Brittany Tucker, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 1B - Rebecca Collom, UT Arlington 2B - Ashley Struchtemeyer, Stephen F. Austin 3B - Jenna Emery, Texas State SS - Molly Guidry, McNeese State OF - Liz Morvant, McNeese State OF - Candice Gauntt, Central Arkansas OF - Cassie Redman, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi DP - Margo Hurdt, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi UT - Katie Duhe, Southeastern Louisiana P - Teri Lyles, UT Arlington P - Meagan Bond, McNeese State Third Team C - Melanie Bryant, Central Arkansas 1B - Kasey Britt, Central Arkansas 2B - Marissa Koetting, McNeese State 3B - Kayla Watterson, Nicholls SS - Jessica Arana, Stephen F. Austin OF - Lindsey Langner, McNeese State OF - Megan Gaspard, Nicholls OF - Erin Buford, Sam Houston State DP - Samantha Roberts, Northwestern State UT - Cara Hulme, UT Arlington P - Lacey Gros, Nicholls P - Cara Hulme, UT Arlington Honorable Mention (UTSA players only) OF - Rudi Cantu

2010 S outhland I ndividual A wards 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 Freshman of the Year - Teri Lyles, UT Arlington Newcomer of the Year - Hannah Schwarz, Texas A&M-CC Coach of the Year - Gay McNutt, Stephen F. Austin

2010 S outhland T ournament

May 13-15

San Marcos, Texas

May 13 No. 4 McNeese State 6, No. 5 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 0 No. 3 UT Arlington 3, No. 6 Nicholls 2 (10 inn.) McNeese State 4, No. 1 Stephen F. Austin 1 No. 2 Texas State 10, UT Arlington 1 (5 inn.) May 14 Stephen F. Austin 8, Nicholls 4 UT Arlington 3, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 2 McNeese State 1, Texas State 0 (8 inn.) UT Arlington 2, Stephen F. Austin 0 May 15 Texas State 4, UT Arlington 1 McNeese State 3, Texas State 2 (championship) All-Tournament Team MVP - Meagan Bond Kendal Harper, Stephen F. Austin Teri Lyles, UT Arlington McKenzie Baack, Texas State Jenna Emery, Texas State Chandler Hall, Texas State Anna Hernandez, Texas State Molly Guidry, McNeese State Marissa Koetting, McNeese State Heather Mosser, McNeese State Claire Terracina, McNeese State

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Amanda Michalsky earned second-team All-America honors in 1999.

Record Book

Retired Jerseys_________________ 60 Roadrunners In The Pros_______ 61 Honor Roll_ _________________ 62-63 Career Records______________ 64-65 Single-Season Records______ 66-67 Single-Game Records__________ 68 NCAA/Southland Records______ 69 Year-by-Year Results________ 70-74 Letterwinners__________________ 74 Coaching History_______________ 74 Conference Champions_________ 75


Retired Jerseys

All-Americ a n Amanda Michalksy

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UTSA retired the No. 6 jersey of former All-American Amanda Michalsky in 2001. She was the first UTSA student-athlete to have a number retired.

Among her accomplishments:

• The nation’s top hitter in 1999 with a .541 batting average • Second-team All-America honors as an outfielder following her junior season • Picked 18th overall by Ohio Pride in the 2000 Women’s Pro Softball League Draft • Still holds nine school records: — Career batting average (.394) — Career doubles (46) — Single-season batting average (.541) — Single-season slugging percentage (1.019) — Single-season hits (86) — Single-season doubles (17) — Single-season extra-base hits (37) — Single-season runs scored (57) — Single-season walks (37)

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Jessica Rogers

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UTSA retired the No. 29 jersey of former Academic All-American Jessica Rogers in 2008.

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Among her accomplishments: • Two-time ESPN The Magazine Academic All-American — 2005 First Team; 2007 Third Team • Three-time ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District First Team • Three-time Southland Conference Student-Athlete of the Year • 2007 Lowe’s Senior CLASS national finalist • Southland career record holder for home runs (69), RBIs (192) and total bases (525) • UTSA career record holder for runs (159), hits (281), extra-base hits (104) and at-bats (732) • Set Southland single-season records for home runs (23) and RBIs (64) in 2005 • Four-time first-team All-Southland • Three-time NFCA All-South Region • 2005 Southland Player & Hitter of the Year

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Roadrunners In The Pros

Christy Brownlee

Porpetto (2006 Italy A1)

Jennifer Davis New Bologna (2006 Italy A1) Caronno (2008 Italy A2)

Italy photos courtesy of www.fastpitch.it

Amanda Nikolenko Toulon Comanches (2008 France A)

Janeille Nickels

DSS Haarlem (2008 Netherlands First Div.)

Melaney Torres Azzanese (2007 Italy A1)

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Angela Graham Parma (2004 Italy A1)

Stacey Gillespie Azzanese (2007 Italy A1)

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F i r s t -T e a m A l l - S o u t h l a n d C o n f e r e n c e

Kristy Blake

Denise Briggs

Monica Briggs Outfielder 2001

Second Base 2008

Designated Player 2000

Christy Connor

Jennifer Davis

Jennifer Drake

Samantha Elliott

Jessica Els

Kelly Ferguson

Krystal Gibson

Stacey Gillespie

Catcher 1994

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Pitcher 2000

Second Base 1994, 95

Catcher 2005, 06

Rudi Cantu

First Base 1999

First Base 2003, 04

Outfield 2005

Outfield 2005

Amanda Horton

Caitlyn Ivy

Lynn Massiatte

Amanda Michalsky

Aimee Murray

Amanda Nikolenko

Leanne Risberg

Jessica Rogers

Stevi Simpson

Shannon Steadman

Outfield 2006

Pitcher 2006

Shortstop 2010

Outfield 2007, 09

Third Base 1999

Third Base 2003, 04, 05, 07

Outfield 1999, 2000

First Base 2006

Shortstop 2004, 05

Outfield 1994, 96

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Honor Roll All-Southland Conference

Southland Postseason Honors

Southland Tournament Honors

Second Team Amber Anderson, Outfield__________ 2009 Sommer Barnes, Outfield___________ 1997 Laura Barnett, Pitcher___________1995, 96 Cindy Berger, Third Base________1995, 96 Christy Brownlee, Shortstop______________ _____________________ 2000, 02, 03, 04 Rudi Cantu, Outfield_______________ 2009 Jennifer Davis, Outfield_ ________2003, 04 Jennifer Drake, Pitcher__________1997, 98 Jessica Ellison, Designated Player____ 2002 Krystal Gibson, First Base_ ______2002, 05 Lee Hayes, Pitcher_________________ 1999 Danyé Holmes, Pitcher_____________ 2008 Shelby Krutsinger, Catcher_______1997, 98 Ursula Mares, Pitcher______________ 2005 Heather Martinez, Infield___________ 1998 Michelle McElyea, Catcher______2000, 02 Aimee Murray, Shortstop___________ 2006 Ashley Oswald, Outfield___________ 2000 Krista Sitka, First Base_ ____________ 2009 Amy Skipper, Outfield_ ____________ 1999 Shannon Steadman, Outfield_ ______ 1995 Melaney Torres, Second Base_______ 2006 Paige Whitley, Pitcher_ ____________ 2002

Player of the Year Amanda Michalsky_________________1999 Jessica Rogers_____________________2005

Championships 2004_________________ San Marcos, Texas 2006__________________ Natchitoches, La.

Third Team Monica Briggs, Outfield____________ 2000 Rudi Cantu, Outfield_______________ 2007 Kim Chavez, Outfield______________ 2006 Jessica Els, Catcher________________ 2004 Jenny Garcia, Outfield_____________ 2005 Angela Graham, Pitcher_ __________ 2002 Danyé Holmes, Designated Player___ 2008 Amanda Horton, Designated Player___ 2005 Ursula Mares, Pitcher___________2004, 06 Lynn Massiatte, First Base__________ 2000 Ashey Oswald, Outfield____________ 2001 Leanne Risberg, Outfield___________ 2008 Melaney Torres, Second Base_______ 2005

Pitcher of the Year Denise Briggs______________________2000 Utility Player of the Year Amanda Horton____________________2006 Newcomer of the Year Shannon Steadman_________________1993 Melaney Torres_ ___________________2005 Freshman of the Year Brittany Cantu_____________________2006 Aimee Murray_____________________2004 Coach of the Year Lori Cook_________________________2006 Corrie Hill_________________________2004

NFCA All-Region First Team Jennifer Davis______________________2005 Amanda Michasky_________________1999 Jessica Rogers_____________________2004 Second Team Denise Briggs______________________2000 Christy Brownlee___________________2004 Christy Connor_ ___________________2000 Jessica Els_________________________2006 Krystal Gibson_____________________2003 Michelle McElyea__________________2000 Amanda Michalsky_________________2000 Jessica Rogers_____________________2005 Jessica Rogers_____________________2007 Caitlyn Ivy_ _______________________2010

Jessica Rogers was the 2005 Southland Player & Hitter of the Year and a three-time NFCA All-Region selection.

Most Valuable Player Jessica Els_________________________2006 Ursula Mares______________________2004 All-Tournament Amber Anderson, Outfield___________2009 Summer Barnes, Outfield____________1997 Monica Briggs, Outfield_____________2000 Christy Brownlee, Shortstop__________2000 Christy Brownlee, Second Base_ _____2004 Jennifer Davis, Outfield_ ____________2005 Jennifer Drake, Pitcher______________1996 Jessica Els, Catcher_________________2006 Stacey Gillespie, Outfield_ __________2006 Amanda Horton, Designated Player____2005 Ursula Mares, Pitcher_______________2004 Ursula Mares, Pitcher_______________2006 Michelle McElyea, Catcher__________2000 Amanda Michalsky, Outfield_________2000 Aimee Murray, Shortstop____________2004 Rachel Rackley, Designated Player_____2006 Jessica Rogers, Third Base___________2004 Jessica Rogers, Third Base___________2007 Shannon Steadman, Outfield_ _______1996

Jessica Els earned 2006 Southland Tournament MVP accolades after leading UTSA to its second title in three years.

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Christy Brownlee was a four-time secondteam All-Southland and two-time AllSouthland Tournament performer

Hitter of the Year Amanda Michalsky_________________1999 Jessica Rogers_____________________2005

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Individual Career Records

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Triples

Runs Scored

1.____Rudi Cantu__________ 8_ ___2007-10

1.____Jessica Rogers______ 159___2003-07

2.____Shannon Steadman_ _ 7_ ___1993-96

2.____Christy Brownlee____ 154___2000-04

_____Jennifer Davis_ ______ 6_ ___2001-05

3. ___Aimee Murray______ 146___2004-07

4.____Shannon Bonner_____ 5_ ___1993-94

4.____Rudi Cantu_________ 144___2007-10

_____Amy Skipper________ 5_ ___1996-99

5.____Amanda Michalsky__ 135___1997-00

_____Monica Briggs_______ 5_ ___1998-01

6.____Krystal Gibson______ 131___2002-05

7.____Cathy Cunningham___ 4_ ___1996-97

7.____Michelle McElyea___ 127___1999-02

_____Sonya Hare_________ 4_ ______1992

8.____Jennifer Davis_ _____ 117___2001-05

9.____Stacey Gillespie_ ____ 3_ ___2003-06

9.____Alicia Pierucci______ 110___1998-01

_____Amanda Michalsky___ 3_ ___1997-00

10._ _Leanne Risberg_____ 107___2006-09

_____Tammy Nelson_______ 3_ ___2002-04

Hits

Home Runs

1.____Jessica Rogers______ 281___2003-07

1.____Jessica Rogers_______ 69____2003-07

2.____Amanda Michalsky__ 252___1997-00

2.____Christy Brownlee_____ 55____2000-04

3.____Krystal Gibson______ 230___2002-05

3.____Aimee Murray_______ 51____2004-07

4.____Christy Brownlee____ 220___2000-04

3.____Krystal Gibson_______ 42____2002-05

5.____Aimee Murray______ 219___2004-07

4.____Amanda Horton_ ____ 40____2003-06

6.____Rudi Cantu_________ 216___2007-10

5.____Michelle McElyea____ 37____1999-02

7.____Jessica Els__________ 209___2003-06

7.____Amanda Michalsky___ 33____1997-00

8.____Michelle McElyea___ 208___1999-02

8.____Leanne Risberg______ 31____2006-09

9.____Jennifer Davis_ _____ 205___2001-05

9.____Jessica Els___________ 30____2003-06

10._ _Ashley Oswald_____ 200___1998-01

10._ _Jennifer Davis_ ______ 26____2002-05

Doubles

_____Ashley Oswald______ 26____1998-01

1.____Amanda Michalsky___ 46____1997-00

Extra Base Hits

_____Ashley Oswald______ 46____1998-01

1.____Jessica Rogers______ 104___2003-07

3.____Krystal Gibson_______ 45____2002-05

2.____Christy Brownlee_____ 92____2000-04

4.____Cindy Berger________ 40____1993-06

3.____Aimee Murray_______ 89____2004-07

5.____Shannon Steadman___ 38____1993-96

4.____Krystal Gibson_______ 88____2002-05

6.____Jessica Els___________ 37____2003-06

5.____Amanda Michalsky___ 82____1997-00

7.____Aimee Murray_______ 36____2004-07

6.____Jennifer Davis_ ______ 63____2001-05

8.____Christy Brownlee_____ 35____2000-04

7.____Leanne Risberg______ 56____2006-09

_____Michelle McElyea____ 35____1999-02

8.____Lynn Massiatte_______ 54____1997-00

10._ _Jessica Rogers_______ 33____2003-07

9.____Jessica Els___________ 53____2003-06 10._ _Shannon Steadman___ 52____1993-96 _____Michelle McElyea____ 52____1999-02 Batting Average 1.____Amanda Michalsky___ .394___1997-00 2.____Jessica Rogers______ .384___2003-07 3.____Caitlyn Ivy_ ________ .353____ 2009-P 4.____Jennifer Davis_ _____ .342___2001-05 5.____Krystal Gibson______ .337___2002-05 6.____Aimee Murray______ .332___2004-07 7.____Mel Torres_ ________ .326___2005-06 _____Jessica Els__________ .326___2003-06 9.____Shannon Steadman___ .323___1993-96 10._ _Cindy Berger_______ .311___1993-96

A three-time all-conference performer, Rudi Cantu’s eight career triples top the program’s all-time charts.

Jessica Rogers, shown here breaking the school and conference career home runs record against Texas in 2007, holds nine UTSA career and single-season records. RBIs 1.____Jessica Rogers______ 192___2003-07 2.____Aimee Murray______ 158___2004-07 3.____Christy Brownlee____ 136___2000-04 4.____Krystal Gibson______ 126___2002-05 _____Michelle McElyea___ 126___1999-02 6.____Amanda Michalsky__ 118___1997-00 7.____Jennifer Davis_ _____ 111___2001-05 8.____Jessica Els__________ 109___2003-06 _____Lynn Massiatte______ 109___1997-00 10._ _Amanda Horton_ ____ 99____2003-06 _____Leanne Risberg______ 99____2006-09 At Bats 1.____Jessica Rogers______ 732___2003-07 2.____Christy Brownlee____ 721___2000-04 3.____Rudi Cantu_________ 710___2007-10 4.____Michelle McElyea___ 692___1999-02 5.____Krystal Gibson______ 682___2002-06 6.____Aimee Murray______ 659___2004-07 7.____Ashley Oswald_____ 649___1998-01 8.____Jessica Els__________ 642___2003-06 9.____Alicia Pierucci______ 641___1998-01 10._ _Amanda Michalsky__ 640___1997-00 Stolen Bases 1.____Rudi Cantu__________ 59____2007-10 2.____Shannon Steadman_ _ 48____1993-96 3.____Alicia Pierucci_______ 44____1998-01 4.____Ashley Oswald______ 28____1998-01 5.____Tammy Nelson_______ 27____2002-04 6.____Heather Martinez____ 24____1997-98 7.____Jennifer Davis_ ______ 23____2001-05 8.____Samantha Elliott_____ 21____1992-05 9.____Jenny Garcia________ 19____2003-05 10._ _Shannon Bonner_____ 14____1992-93

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Individual Career Records Pitching

Walks 1.____Christy Brownlee____ 89___ 2000-04

Wins

2.____Krystal Gibson______ 88___ 2002-05

1.____Amanda Nikolenko__ 65___ 2005-08

3.____Michelle McElyea___ 85___ 1992-02

2.____Ursula Mares_______ 61___ 2004-06

4.____Amanda Michalsky__ 83___ 1997-00

3.____Laura Barnett_______ 50___ 1994-96

5.____Danyé Holmes______ 75_____ 2008-P

_____Jennifer Drake______ 49___ 1995-98

6.____Shannon Steadman__ 71___ 1993-96

5.____Denise Briggs_______ 46___ 1998-01

7.____Cindy Berger_______ 63___ 1993-96

6.____Paige Whitley______ 39___ 2000-03

8.____Aimee Murray______ 61___ 2004-07

7.____Becky Upton________ 32___ 1992-95

9.____Jessica Els__________ 60___ 2003-06

8.____Danyé Holmes______ 28_____ 2008-P

_____Krista Sitka_________ 60___ 2007-10

9.____Emily Humpal_ _____ 25_____ 2009-P

11.___Kristin Kappler______ 59_____ 2008-P

Starts

Fielding

1.____Amanda Nikolenko__ 107___ 2005-08 2.____Denise Briggs_______ 93___ 1998-01 3.____Ursula Mares_______ 90___ 2004-06

1.____Krista Sitka________ 1,257__ 2007-10

4.____Jennifer Drake______ 88___ 1995-98

2.____Krystal Gibson_____ 1,206__ 2002-05

5.____Paige Whitley______ 75___ 2000-03

3.____Michelle McElyea__ 1,172__ 1999-02

6.____Laura Barnett_______ 74___ 1994-96

4.____Jessica Els__________ 968___ 2003-06

7.____Becky Upton________ 71___ 1992-95

5.____Rachel Solis________ 903___ 1992-95

Complete Games

6.____Shelby Krutsinger_ __ 725___ 1995-98

1.____Amanda Nikolenko__ 74___ 2005-08

7.____Aimee Murray______ 466___ 2004-07

2.____Jennifer Drake______ 72___ 1995-98

8.____Kristy Blake_ _______ 462___ 1994-96

3.____Laura Barnett_______ 69___ 1994-96

9.____Alicia Pierucci______ 442___ 1998-01

4.____Denise Briggs_______ 63___ 1998-01

10._ _Cassie Miller_______ 426___ 2007-10

5.____Ursula Mares_______ 60___ 2004-06

Assists

6.____Becky Upton________ 51___ 1992-95

1.____Pondray Mathis_____ 430___ 1992-95

7.____Stacey Mach_______ 44___ 1992-95

2.____Christy Brownlee____ 398___ 2000-04

Shutouts

3.____Jessica Rogers______ 341___ 2003-07

1.____Laura Barnett_______ 19___ 1994-96

4.____Aimee Murray______ 312___ 2004-07

2.____Denise Briggs_______ 18___ 1998-01

5.____Cindy Berger_______ 310___ 1993-96

3.____Jennifer Drake______ 16___ 1995-98

6.____Samantha Elliott____ 279___ 1992-95

4.____Ursula Mares_______ 15___ 2004-06

7.____Alicia Pierucci______ 273___ 1998-01

5.____Amanda Nikolenko 13___ 2005-08

8.____Kelly Cato_ ________ 251_____ 2007-P

6.____Becky Upton________ 11___ 1992-95

9.____Michelle McElyea___ 247___ 1999-02

_____Paige Whitley______ 11___ 2000-03

10._ _Enjoli Casiano______ 239___ 2000-03

No Hitters 1.____Jennifer Drake_______ 3____ 1995-98 2.____Ursula Mares________ 2____ 2004-06 3.____Denise Briggs________ 1____ 1998-01 _____Monica Briggs_______ 1____ 1998-01 _____Amanda Nikolenko_ _ 1____ 2005-08 Innings Pitched 1.____Amanda Nikolenko__ 723___ 2005-08 2.____Jennifer Drake______ 601___ 1995-98 3.____Ursula Mares_______ 570___ 2004-06 4.____Laura Barnett_______ 546___ 1994-96

Amanda Nikolenko established five career pitching records in 2008— wins (65), starts (107), complete games (74), strikeouts (574) and innings (723).

ERA 1.____Laura Barnett______ 1.84__ 1994-96 2.____Jennifer Drake_____ 2.16__ 1995-98 _____Angela Graham___ 2.16__ 2001-02 4.____Paige Whitley_____ 2.36__ 2000-03 5.____Ursula Mares______ 2.41__ 2004-06 6.____Denise Briggs______ 2.47__ 1998-01 7.____Hope Ortiz________ 2.86__ 2004-06 8.____Danyé Holmes______2.87_ ___ 2008-P 9.____Amanda Nikolenko__ 2.88__ 2005-08 Strikeouts 1.____Amanda Nikolenko__ 574___ 2005-08 2.____Ursula Mares_______ 519___ 2004-06 3.____Paige Whitley______ 472___ 2000-03 4.____Angela Graham____ 395___ 2001-02 5.____Denise Briggs_______ 387___ 1998-01 6.____Jennifer Drake______ 332___ 2004-06 7.____Laura Barnett_______ 291___ 1994-98 8.____Danyé Holmes______ 262_____ 2008-P 9.____Emily Humpal_ _____ 258_____ 2009-P 10._ _Stacey Mach_______ 158___ 1992-95

5.____Denise Briggs_______ 536___ 1998-01 6.____Paige Whitley_____ 512.2__ 2000-03 7.____Becky Upton________ 435___ 1992-95

current players in bold italics

Krystal Gibson appears on 10 career top-10 charts, including the school record for putouts (1,206).

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5.____Jessica Rogers________27______ 2007 6.____Krystal Gibson________26______ 2004 Runs Scored 1.____Amanda Michalsky____57______ 1999 _____Michelle McElyea_____26______ 2000 2.____Michelle McElyea_____50______ 2000 _____Amanda Michalsky____26______ 2000 3.____Jennifer Davis_ _______46______ 2005 _____Leanne Risberg_______26______ 2007 _____Mel Torres_ __________46______ 2005 10._ _Christy Brownlee______25______ 2002 5.____Jessica Rogers________45______ 2005 _____Krystal Gibson________25______ 2003 6.____Jessica Rogers________44______ 2007 _____Lynn Massiatte________25______ 2000 7.____Amanda Michalsky____43______ 2000 _____Jessica Rogers________25______ 2004 8.____Jessica Rogers________42______ 2004 Batting Average (Min. 100 at-bats) 9.____Christy Brownlee______41______ 2004 1.____Amanda Michalsky___.541_____ 1999 _____Jenny Garcia_________41______ 2005 2.____Jessica Rogers_______.404_____ 2007 3.____Jennifer Davis_ ______.400_____ 2005 Hits 1.____Amanda Michalsky____86______ 1999 4.____Kelly Ferguson_______.396_____ 1999 2.____Jessica Rogers________78______ 2005 5.____Amanda Michalsky___.391_____ 2000 3.____Jennifer Davis_ _______78______ 2005 6.____Jessica Rogers_______.384_____ 2005 4.____Amanda Michalsky____77______ 2000 7.____Caitlyn Ivy_ _________.383_____ 2010 5.____Jessica Rogers________74______ 2007 8.____Jessica Rogers_______.379_____ 2004 6.____Jessica Rogers________67______ 2004 9.____Jessica Els___________.377_____ 2005 7.____Jessica Els____________66______ 2005 10._ _Jessica Els___________.371_____ 2006 8.____Christy Brownlee______65______ 2000 _____Krystal Gibson_______.371_____ 2003 9.____Krystal Gibson________64______ 2003 RBIs 10._ _Jessica Els____________63______ 2006 1.____Jessica Rogers________64______ 2005 2.____Jessica Rogers________53______ 2007 Doubles 1.____Amanda Michalsky____17______ 1999 3.____Michelle McElyea_____52______ 2000 2.____Ashley Oswald_______15______ 2001 4.____Lynn Massiatte________51______ 2000 3.____Cindy Berger_________14______ 1996 5.____Amanda Horton_ _____50______ 2006 _____Christy Brownlee______14______ 2002 6.____Christy Brownlee______47______ 2004 _____Jessica Els____________14______ 2006 _____Amanda Michalsky____47______ 2000 _____Krystal Gibson________14______ 2003 _____Aimee Murray________47______ 2007 _____Lynn Massiate________14______ 1999 9.____Jessica Rogers________46______ 2004 _____Mel Torres_ __________14______ 2005 10._ _Jennifer Davis_ _______45______ 2005 9.____Kelly Ferguson________13______ 1999 At-Bats _____Ashley Oswald_______13______ 1998 1.____Jessica Rogers_______ 203_ ____ 2005 _____Ashley Oswald_______13______ 2000 2.____Ashley Oswald______ 202_ ____ 2001 3.____Christy Brownlee_____ 199_ ____ 2002 Triples 1.____Shannon Bonner______ 5_______ 1993 4.____Amanda Michalsky___ 197_ ____ 2000 2.____Sonya Hare__________ 4_______ 1992 5.____Rudi Cantu__________ 195_ ____ 2009 3.____Cathy Cunningham____ 4_______ 1996 _____Jennifer Davis_ ______ 195_ ____ 2005 4.____Rudi Cantu___________ 3_______ 2008 7.____Ashley Oswald______ 194_ ____ 2000 _____Jennifer Davis_ _______ 3_______ 2005 8.____Melissa Moseley_____ 193_ ____ 2002 9.____Christy Brownlee_____ 191_ ____ 2000 _____five other players______ 3 10._ _Mel Torres_ _________ 185_ ____ 2005 Home Runs 1.____Jessica Rogers________23______ 2005 Stolen Bases 2.____Christy Brownlee______22______ 2004 1.____Shannon Steadman_ __31______ 1996 3.____Amanda Horton_ _____19______ 2006 2.____Rudi Cantu___________22______ 2010 _____Amanda Michalsky____19______ 1999 3.____Rudi Cantu___________18______ 2009 5.____Michelle McElyea_____18______ 2000 4.____Alicia Pierucci________17______ 2001 _____Jessica Rogers________18______ 2007 5.____Alicia Pierucci________15______ 1998 7.____Jessica Rogers________17______ 2004 _____Tammy Nelson________15______ 2002 8.____Krystal Gibson________16______ 2004 7.____Jennifer Davis_ _______13______ 2004 _____Aimee Murray________16______ 2007 _____Heather Martinez_____13______ 1997 10._ _Christy Brownlee______15______ 2003 9.____Ashley Oswald_______12______ 2000 _____Jessica Els____________15______ 2006 10._ _Rudi Cantu___________11______ 2008 _____Leanne Risberg_______15______ 2007 _____Samantha Elliott______11______ 1998 _____Heather Martinez_____11______ 1998 Extra Base Hits 1.____Amanda Michalsky____37______ 1999 Walks 2.____Jessica Rogers________33______ 2005 1.____Amanda Michalsky____37______ 2000 3.____Christy Brownlee______31______ 2004 2.____Danyé Holmes________34______ 2008 4.____Jessica Els____________29______ 2006 3.____Michelle McElyea_____29______ 2002

4.____Christy Brownlee______28______ 2004 _____Michelle McElyea_____28______ 2001 6.____Shannon Steadman_ __27______ 1996 7.____Krystal Gibson________25______ 2002 _____Kourtney Jones_______25______ 2007 9.____Krystal Gibson________24______ 2003 _____Krystal Gibson________24______ 2005 _____Amanda Michalsky____24______ 1999 _____Aimee Murray________24______ 2007

Fielding

Fielding Pct. (Min. 100 chances) 1.____Stevi Simpson_ _____ 1.000_____ 2006 2.____Kristy Blake_ ________.996_____ 1995 3.____Jessica Els___________.994_____ 2006 _____Rachel Solis_________.994_____ 1994 5.____Kristy Blake_ ________.991_____ 1994 _____Catherine Garza_____.991_____ 2007 _____Michelle McElyea____.991_____ 2000 8.____Krystal Gibson_______.990_____ 2005 _____Krystal Gibson_______.990_____ 2004 _____Michelle McElyea____.990_____ 2002 _____Rachel Solis_________.990_____ 1995 Putouts 1.____Michelle McElyea____ 455_ ____ 2002 2.____Brooke Polansky_____ 394_ ____ 2001 3.____Lynn Massiatte_______ 378_ ____ 2000 4.____Krista Sitka__________ 350_ ____ 2009 5.____Crystal Conn________ 346_ ____ 1998 6.____Krystal Gibson_______ 345_ ____ 2003 7.____Krista Sitka__________ 343_ ____ 2007 8.____Jessica Els___________ 344_ ____ 2005 9.____Rachel Solis_________ 339_ ____ 1994 10._ _Jessica Els___________ 307_ ____ 2006 Assists 1.____Lindsey Blake________ 165_ ____ 2000 2.____Enjoli Casiano_______ 128_ ____ 2001 3.____Caitlyn Ivy_ _________ 118______ 2010 4.____Christy Brownlee_____ 117_ ____ 2003 5.____Christy Brownlee_____ 115_ ____ 2000 _____Michelle McElyea____ 115_ ____ 2001 7.____Pondray Mathis______ 111_ ____ 1993 8.____Pondray Mathis______ 110_ ____ 1994 _____Christy Brownlee_____ 110_ ____ 2002 _____Enjoli Casiano_______ 110_ ____ 2002

Pitching

Appearances 1.____Ursula Mares_________45______ 2004 2.____Amanda Nikolenko_ __44______ 2007 3.____Paige Whitley________43______ 2002 4.____Jennifer Drake________41______ 1997 5.____Angela Graham______38______ 2002 _____Ursula Mares_________38______ 2005 _____Janeille Nickels_______38______ 2007 8.____Amanda Nikolenko_ __37______ 2005 9.____Amanda Nikolenko_ __35______ 2006 _____Emily Humpal_ _______35______ 2010

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Individual Single-Season Records Wins 1.____Denise Briggs_________31______ 2000 2.____Ursula Mares_________28______ 2004 3.____Amanda Nikolenko_ __23______ 2006 4.____Ursula Mares_________21______ 2005 5.____Laura Barnett_________18______ 1996 6.____Amanda Nikolenko_ __17______ 2005 _____Laura Barnett_________17______ 2005 _____Jennifer Drake________17______ 1998 _____Paige Whitley________17______ 2002 10._ _Jennifer Drake________16______ 1997 _____Lee Hayes____________16______ 1999 _____Angela Graham______16______ 2002 Starts 1.____Denise Briggs_________44______ 2000 2.____Ursula Mares_________39______ 2004 3.____Ursula Mares_________33______ 2005 4.____Jennifer Drake________32______ 1997 _____Paige Whitley________32______ 2002 _____Amanda Nikolenko_ __31______ 2007 7.____Angela Graham______30______ 2002 8.____Amanda Nikolenko_ __28______ 2006 _____Laura Barnett_________28______ 1996 10._ _Jennifer Drake________27______ 1998 _____Janeille Nickels_______27______ 2007 Complete Games 1.____Denise Briggs_________33______ 2000 2.____Ursula Mares_________28______ 2004 3.____Jennifer Drake________27______ 1997 _____Laura Barnett_________27______ 1996 5.____Angela Graham______26______ 2001 _____Stacey Mach_________26______ 1992 7.____Laura Barnett_________25______ 1995 8.____Paige Whitley________24______ 2002 9.____Becky Upton__________22______ 1992

Shutouts 1.____Denise Briggs_________11______ 2000 2.____Laura Barnett_________10______ 1995 3.____Ursula Mares_________ 9_______ 2004 4.____Jennifer Drake________ 7_______ 1997 _____Laura Barnett_________ 7_______ 1994 _____Paige Whitley________ 7_______ 2002 _____Angela Graham______ 7_______ 2002 8.____Denise Briggs_________ 6_______ 1998 _____Ursula Mares_________ 6_______ 2005 10._ _Amanda Nikolenko_ __ 4_______ 2005 No Hitters 1.____Jennifer Drake________ 2_______ 1997 2.____Denise Briggs_________ 1_______ 2000 _____Monica Briggs________ 1_______ 1999 _____Jennifer Drake________ 1_______ 1996 _____Ursula Mares_________ 1_______ 2004 _____Ursula Mares_________ 1_______ 2006 _____Amanda Nikolenko_ __ 1_______ 2007 Innings Pitched 1.____Denise Briggs_______ 289.1_____ 2000 2.____Ursula Mares_______ 255.1_____ 2004 3.____Jennifer Drake______ 239.0_____ 1997 4.____Paige Whitley______ 232.1_____ 2002 5.____Amanda Nikolenko 208.1_____ 2007 6.____Laura Barnett_______ 199.0_____ 1996 7.____Ursula Mares_______ 188.0_____ 2005 8.____Angela Graham____ 185.0_____ 2002 9.____Amanda Nikolenko 184.2_____ 2006 10._ _Laura Barnett_______ 183.0_____ 1995 ERA 1.____Denise Briggs________1.27_____ 1998 2.____Laura Barnett________1.28_____ 1995 3.____Stacey Mach________1.35_____ 1995 4.____Paige Whitley_______1.63_____ 2002

5.____Laura Barnett________1.76_____ 1994 6.____Denise Briggs________1.89_____ 2000 7.____Jennifer Drake_______1.99_____ 1997 8.____Jennifer Drake_______2.11_____ 1998 9.____Angela Graham_____2.12_____ 2002 10.___Danyé Holmes_______2.23_____ 2008 Strikeouts 1.____Paige Whitley_______ 235_ ____ 2002 2.____Angela Graham_____ 217_ ____ 2002 3.____Ursula Mares________ 201_ ____ 2005 4.____Denise Briggs________ 189_ ____ 2000 5.____Ursula Mares________ 184_ ____ 2004 6.____Angela Graham_____ 172_ ____ 2001 7.____Amanda Nikolenko_ _ 157_ ____ 2006 8.____Amanda Nikolenko_ _ 156_ ____ 2007 9.____Paige Whitley_______ 151_ ____ 2001 10._ _Denise Briggs________ 139_ ____ 1998

Denise Briggs holds six UTSA single-season pitching records.

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Wins_______________________ 42_ ______________ 2005 Losses______________________ 40_ ______________ 2003 Winning Percentage_________ .725_______________ 2006 Batting Average_____________ .335_______________ 2005 Runs_______________________ 377_______________ 2005 Hits_______________________ 566_______________ 2005 Doubles_____________________ 83_ ______________ 2000 Triples______________________ 13_ ______________ 1996 Home Runs_________________ 105_______________ 2006 Home Runs Per Game_______ 2.06_______________ 2006 RBIs_______________________ 351_______________ 2005 Total Bases_________________ 972_______________ 2005 Slugging Percentage_________ .582_______________ 2004 Walks_____________________ 187_______________ 2000 Strikeouts__________________ 401_______________ 2003 Hit-by-Pitch__________________ 37_ ______________ 2007 On-Base Percentage_________ .392_______________ 2005

Sacrifices___________________ 89_ ______________ 1997 Sacrifice Flies________________ 14_ ______________ 2005 Stolen Bases_________________ 63_ ______________ 1996 Assists_____________________ 547_______________ 2000 Putouts_____________________1,252______________ 2002 Errors_______________________ 90_ ______________ 1992 Fielding Percentage_ ________ .972_______________ 1995 ERA_______________________ 2.15_______________ 2000 Innings Pitched______________417.1______________ 2002 Complete Games_ ___________ 48_ ______________ 1992 Strikeouts__________________ 452_______________ 2002 Fewest Walks Allowed________ 76_ ______________ 2002 Fewest Runs Allowed_ _______ 143_______________ 2006 Fewest Hits Allowed_________ 322_______________ 2004 Fewest Doubles Allowed_ _____ 54_ ______________ 2008 Fewest Triples Allowed_________1________________ 2005 Fewest Home Runs Allowed____ 22_ ______________ 2002

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Single-Game Records Team Batting At-Bats: 44, at Texas Southern (4/8/04) Runs: 26, at Texas Southern (4/8/04) Hits: 28, at Texas Southern (4/8/04) RBIs: 25, at Texas Southern (4/8/04) Doubles: 5, nine times, most recently at Stephen F. Austin (4/21/07) Triples: 3, vs. Stephen F. Austin (4/8/00) Home Runs: 10*, at Texas Southern (4/8/04) Total Bases: 64*, at Texas Southern (4/8/04) Walks: 11, two times, last vs. Prairie View A&M (4/6/07) Strikeouts: 20, at Texas (2/21/06) Stolen Bases: 5, vs. Stephen F. Austin (4/12/97) Team Fielding Errors: 7, vs. Kentucky (2/22/03) Double Plays Turned: 3, vs. Nicholls (4/18/03)

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Individual Batting At-Bats: 6, Amber Anderson vs. Nicholls (4/5/09); Rudi Cantu vs. Nicholls (4/5/09); Jessica Rogers vs. UT Arlington (5/1/04) Runs: 4, many times, last, Jenny Garcia at Southeastern Louisiana (4/2/05) Hits: 5, Jennifer Davis vs. Western Michigan (3/6/05) RBIs: 7, Brittany Cantu vs. Colorado St. (2/10/06); Amanda Michalsky vs. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (4/19/00); Lynn Massiatte at McNeese State (4/15/00); Ashley Oswald vs. Northwestern State (4/24/99) Doubles: 3, Amanda Michalsky vs. Stephen F. Austin (3/15/99); Cathy Cunningham vs. Southern Utah (2/23/97) Triples: 2, Monica Briggs vs. Stephen F. Austin (4/8/00) Home Runs: 3, Brittany Cantu vs. Colorado St. (2/10/06); Jessica Rogers vs. Nicholls (3/24/07) Total Bases: 13, Jessica Rogers vs. Nicholls (3/24/07) Walks: 4, Kristin Kappler vs. Nicholls (3/29/08); Paige Paramore vs. LouisianaMonroe (3/13/03); Amanda Michalsky vs. Louisiana-Monroe (3/24/99) Stolen Bases: 2, many times, last, Rudi Cantu vs. Nicholls (4/4/09)

Jennifer Davis set the singlegame record for hits with five in an 11-4 victory against Western Michigan on March 6, 2005.

Individual Fielding Putouts: 18, Brooke Polansky vs. New Mexico State (3/25/01) Assists: 8, Christy Brownlee vs. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (4/9/03); Enjoli Casiano vs. Loyola-Chicago (3/8/01) Individual Pitching Innings Pitched: 10.1, Amanda Nikolenko vs. Sam Houston State (5/7/05); Lee Hayes vs. Texas (2/22/00); Denise Briggs vs. LSU (3/12/00) Strikeouts: 14, Ursula Mares vs. Albany (2/25/05)

Jessica Rogers tied the school’s single-game record for home runs with three against Nicholls on March 24, 2007.

* NCAA record

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NCAA & S o u t h l a n d C o n f e r e n c e R e c o r d s UTSA I n T he NCAA R ecord B ook Team Batting Records Home Runs - Game: 10, UTSA at Texas Southern (April 8, 2004) Total Bases - Game: 64, UTSA at Texas Southern (April 8, 2004) Annual Individual Champions Batting Average: 1999 - Amanda Michalsky, .541 Home Runs Per Game: 2005 - Jessica Rogers, 0.38 (23 in 60 games) Slugging Percentage: 1999 - Amanda Michalsky, 1.019 Toughest To Strike Out: 2004 - Jessica Rogers, 44.3 Annual Team Champions Home Runs Per Game: 2003 - 1.45; 2004 - 1.87; 2005 - 1.72; 2006 - 2.06 Home Runs: 2004 - 101; 2005 - 103; 2006 - 105 Slugging Percentage: 2004 - .582; 2005 - .576; 2006 - .575 Most Improved: 2004 - 22 1/2 (15-40 to 37-17)

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Amanda Michalsky led the NCAA in batting average (.541) and slugging percentage (1.019) and earned secondteam All-America honors in 1999.

is the winningest softball in the Southland Conference with a .610 winning percentage.

Individual Pitching Records Most Complete Games Pitched - Tourney: 5, Denise Briggs, 2000 Lowest Earned Run Average - Tourney: 0.00, Paige Whitley, 2002 Most Victories - Tourney: 4, Ursula Mares, 2004 Team Batting Records Highest Batting Average - Season: .335, 2005 Most Runs Scored - Tourney: 29, 2004 Most Runs Scored - Season: 377, 2005 Most Home Runs - Tourney: 14, 2006 Most Home Runs - Season: 105, 2006 Most Total Bases - Season: 971, 2005 Most RBIs - Tourney: 28, 2004 Most RBIs - Season: 310, 2004

All-Time Southland Records (Southland games only)

Member UTSA 1993- UT Arlington 1983- Texas State 1988- Nicholls 1992- McNeese State 1983- Northwestern State 1988- Sam Houston State 1988- Stephen F. Austin 1988- A&M-Corpus Christi 2007- Southeastern Louisiana 1998- Central Arkansas 2007- *Louisiana-Lafayette *Louisiana-Monroe #Lamar *North Texas *Arkansas State

W 303 349 326 268 316 288 287 248 44 129 37

L 193 261 258 225 311 275 299 315 74 224 80

T 0 0 1 1 3 0 1 0 0 0 0

Pct. .610 .572 .558 .543 .503 .501 .489 .440 .372 .365 .316

1983-87 44 1983-2006 248 1983-87 19 1985-96 11 1983-87 1

8 254 33 38 45

0 0 0 0 0

.846 .492 .365 .224 .022

* No longer a Conference member • # No longer sponsors softball Source: SLC Record Book

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Individual Batting Records Highest Batting Average - Season: .541, Amanda Michalsky, 1999 Most Runs Scored - Season: 57, Amanda Michalsky, 1999 Most Doubles - Tourney: 3, Leanne Risberg, 2007 Most Home Runs - Tourney: 3, Jessica Els, 2006 Most Home Runs - Season: 23, Jessica Rogers, 2005 Most Home Runs - Career: 69, Jessica Rogers, 2003-05, ‘07 Most Total Bases - Season: 162, Amanda Michalsky, 1999 Most Total Bases - Career: 525, Jessica Rogers, 2003-05, ‘07 UTSA Most RBIs - Season: 64, Jessica Rogers, 2005 program Most RBIs - Career: 192, Jessica Rogers, 2003-05, ‘07

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2/14___Houston Baptist_______________ L, 0-6 2/14___Houston Baptist______________ W, 1-0 2/21___Oklahoma City_______________ L, 1-6 2/21___Oklahoma City______________ L, 4-12 2/24___Texas Lutheran_______________ W, 4-1 2/22___Texas Lutheran_______________ W, 1-0 2-27_ __at Incarnate Word_____________ L, 7-8 2-27_ __at Incarnate Word_____________ L, 1-2 3-1_____McNeese St._____________ L, 1-8 (10) 3-1_____McNeese St.________________ W, 3-1 3-2_____McNeese St._________________ L, 2-8 3-4_____Sam Houston St.______________ L, 0-8 3-4_____Sam Houston St._____________ L, 1-14 3-9_____at St. Edward’s_______________ L, 3-4 3-9_____at St. Edward’s_______________ L, 1-2 3-11_ __Northern Illinois______________ W, 2-1 3-11_ __Northern Illinois_______________ L, 2-6 3-13_ __Stephen F. Austin______________ L, 2-4 3-13_ __Stephen F. Austin_____________ W, 8-0 3-14_ __at Texas State________________ L, 5-7 3-14_ __at Texas State________________ L, 1-5 3-17_ __Colorado St.________________ L, 0-14 3-17_ __Colorado St._________________ L, 0-2 3-18_ __Dana College_______________ W, 4-3 3-18_ __Dana College_______________ W, 9-1 3-20_ __vs. Southeastern La.+__________ L, 4-7 3-20_ __vs. Colorado St.+____________ L, 1-12 3-20_ __vs. Oklahoma St.+____________ L, 1-3 3-21_ __vs. Oregon+_ ________________ L, 0-5 3-21_ __vs. UL-Monroe+______________ W, 2-1 3-22_ __vs. Louisiana Tech+____________ L, 0-6 3-25_ __UT Arlington__________________ L, 0-2 3-25_ __UT Arlington__________________ L, 1-2 3-31_ __Gustavus Adolphus____________ L, 3-4 3-31_ __Gustavus Adolphus___________ W, 8-0 4-3_____Texas A&M_ _________________ L, 0-5 4-3_____Texas A&M_ _________________ L, 1-9 4-4_____St. Edward’s__________________ L, 1-4 4-4_____St. Edward’s_________________ W, 7-5 4-10_ __at Houston Baptist____________ W, 5-1 4-10_ __at Houston Baptist____________ W, 1-0 4-15_ __Northwestern St.______________ L, 3-4 4-15_ __Northwestern St._____________ L, 0-10 4-23_ __at Sam Houston St.____________ L, 2-5 4-23_ __at Sam Houston St.____________ L, 0-6 4-24_ __at Texas A&M________________ L, 0-3 4-24_ __at Texas A&M________________ L, 2-6 4-27_ __Ranger JC___________________ W, 1-0 4-27_ __Ranger JC____________________ L, 2-3 4-28_ __Ranger JC____________________ L, 3-4 4-28_ __Ranger JC___________________ W, 1-0 + Houston Invitational (All home games played at Koger Stokes)

1993

Coach: Chickie Mason 21-23 Overall 10-16 SLC (5th) 2-13_ __at Arizona__________________ L, 0-10 2-13_ __at Arizona__________________ L, 0-14 2-21_ __UL-Monroe*_________________ W, 4-3 2-21_ __UL-Monroe*_________________ W, 8-0 2-22_ __UL-Monroe*__________________ L, 4-5 2-22_ __UL-Monroe*__________________ L, 4-8 2-27_ __Stephen F. Austin____________W, 12-0 2-27_ __Texas A&M_ ________________ L, 0-10

Y e a r - b y - Y e a r R e s u lt s 2-28_ __Texas State__________________ W, 4-3 3-3_____Texas Lutheran________________ L, 2-3 3-3_____Texas Lutheran_______________ W, 6-0 3-5_____at Sam Houston St.____________ L, 4-5 3-5_____Creighton__________________W, 12-3 3-5_____UL-Monroe__________________ W, 5-0 3-6_____Nebraska____________________ L, 1-4 3-6_____Illinois St.____________________ L, 2-3 3-9_____Tulsa_______________________ W, 5-2 3-9_____Tulsa_______________________ W, 7-0 3-11_ __at St. Edward’s______________ W, 5-0 3-11_ __at St. Edward’s______________ W, 4-2 3-14_ __UT Arlington*________________ L, 0-3 3-14_ __UT Arlington*________________ L, 0-6 3-19_ __at Incarnate Word___________W, 10-1 3-19_ __at Incarnate Word____________ W, 9-1 3-21_ __Sam Houston St.*_____________ L, 1-7 3-21_ __Sam Houston St.*_____________ L, 0-5 3-25_ __at Sam Houston St.*__________ W, 5-2 3-26_ __at Sam Houston St.*_______ L, 2-3 (10) 3-27_ __at Nicholls*__________________ L, 0-1 3-27_ __at Nicholls*__________________ L, 0-1 3-28_ __at Nicholls*__________________ L, 3-5 3-28_ __at Nicholls*_________________ W, 4-2 4-8_____McNeese St.*________________ L, 3-5 4-8_____McNeese St.*_______________ W, 3-0 4-9_____McNeese St.*____________ W, 7-6 (9) 4-9_____McNeese St.*________________ L, 0-1 4-13_ __at Sam Houston St.*___________ L, 1-5 4-13_ __at Sam Houston St.*___________ L, 0-6 4-20_ __Texas State*_________________ W, 2-1 4-20_ __Texas State*_________________ W, 4-3 4-24_ __at Northwestern St.*_ ________ W, 2-1 4-24_ __at Northwestern St.*_ _________ L, 1-5 4-25_ __at Northwestern St.*_ ________ W, 5-0 4-25_ __at Northwestern St.*_ _________ L, 2-3

1994

Coach: Chickie Mason 31-21 Overall 20-12 SLC (4th) 2-16_ __St. Edward’s________________W, 11-3 2-16_ __St. Edward’s________________W, 14-0 2-19_ __at McNeese St.*______________ L, 3-6 2-19_ __at McNeese St.*_____________ W, 3-2 2-20_ __at McNeese St.*______________ L, 0-5 2-20_ __at McNeese St.*______________ L, 0-4 2-25_ __Iowa St.+___________________ W, 7-4 2-25_ __Texas State+_________________ W, 6-0 2-26_ __Southern Utah+_______________ L, 2-3 2-26_ __Iowa St.+____________________ L, 0-3 2-27_ __Southern Utah+______________ W, 6-2 3-4_____vs. UL-Lafayette!_______________ L, 2-5 3-4_____vs. Tulsa!________________ W, 8-0 (8) 3-4_____vs. Colorado St.!_________W, 6-4 (13) 3-5_____vs. Kansas!________________ L, 1-3 (8) 3-5_____vs. North Carolina!___________ W, 1-0 3-6_____vs. Long Beach St.!____________ L, 0-1 3-8_____Creighton____________________ L, 1-6 3-8_____Creighton___________________ W, 3-0 3-10_ __Texas State*_________________ W, 3-1 3-10_ __Texas State*_________________ W, 3-2 3-15_ __at Texas Lutheran______________ L, 1-2 3-19_ __Nicholls*___________________ W, 5-4 3-19_ __Nicholls*____________________ L, 1-4 3-20_ __Nicholls*___________________ W, 5-4 3-20_ __Nicholls*___________________ L, 5-11 3-26_ __Northwestern St.*____________ W, 3-2 3-26_ __Northwestern St.*____________ W, 3-1 3-27_ __Northwestern St.*____________ L, 2-11 3-27_ __Northwestern St.*_________ W, 2-1 (9)

3-30_ __at Texas A&M________________ L, 2-3 3-30_ __at Texas A&M________________ L, 2-3 4-2_____at UT Arlington*_____________ W, 3-2 4-2_____at UT Arlington*_____________ W, 3-2 4-7_____Texas State*_________________ W, 1-0 4-7_____Texas State*__________________ L, 1-3 4-10_ __Sam Houston St.*_____________ L, 2-3 4-10_ __Sam Houston St.*____________ W, 4-2 4-13_ __Incarnate Word______________ W, 4-0 4-13_ __Incarnate Word______________ W, 6-0 4-16_ __Stephen F. Austin*_ ___________ L, 1-2 4-16_ __Stephen F. Austin*_ __________ W, 9-1 4-17_ __Stephen F. Austin*_ __________ W, 1-0 4-17_ __Stephen F. Austin*_ __________ W, 2-1 4-22_ __at UL-Monroe*________________ L, 0-2 4-22_ __at UL-Monroe*___________W, 3-1 (11) 4-23_ __at UL-Monroe*_______________ W, 1-0 4-23_ __at UL-Monroe*________________ L, 2-4 4-25_ __at Sam Houston St.*__________ W, 9-4 4-25_ __at Sam Houston St.*___________ L, 0-2 4-30_ __UT Arlington*_______________ W, 2-0 4-30_ __UT Arlington*_______________ W, 3-0 + UTSA Tournament ! Texas A&M Tournament

1995

Coach: Chickie Mason 30-18-1 17-15 SLC (4th) 2-16_ __Incarnate Word______________ W, 5-0 2-16_ __Incarnate Word_______________ T, 0-0 2-18_ __at Northwestern St.*_ _________ L, 0-1 2-18_ __at Northwestern St.*_ _______W, 10-3 2-20_ __Northwestern St.*____________ W, 6-5 2-20_ __Northwestern St.*____________ W, 5-1 2-23_ __Southern Utah_______________ W, 6-0 2-24_ __Southern Utah_______________ W, 9-0 2-24_ __Southeastern La._____________ W, 3-2 2-25_ __Texas State_______________ W, 4-3 (9) 2-28_ __at Texas A&M____________ W, 1-0 (8) 2-28_ __at Texas A&M________________ L, 4-6 3-3_____vs. Kansas!________________ L, 4-5 (8) 3-3_____vs. Centenary!_______________ W, 1-0 3-9_____Texas State*_________________ W, 6-0 3-9_____Texas State*_________________ W, 2-0 3-12_ __at UT Arlington*______________ L, 0-1 3-12_ __at UT Arlington*______________ L, 2-4 3-15_ __Incarnate Word______________ W, 7-0 3-15_ __Incarnate Word______________ W, 8-0 3-18_ __at Nicholls*__________________ L, 2-3 3-18_ __at Nicholls*___________________L 2-3 3-19_ __at Nicholls*__________________ L, 2-7 3-19_ __at Nicholls*__________________ L, 1-2 3-21_ __at UL-Lafayette_______________ L 0-11 3-21_ __at UL-Lafayette_______________ W, 3-1 3-26_ __Texas Lutheran_______________ W, 7-0 3-26_ __Texas Lutheran____________ W, 2-1 (8) 4-2_____Sam Houston St.*_________ W, 2-1(8) 4-2_____Sam Houston St.*____________ W, 4-0 4-7_____at Stephen F. Austin*__________ L, 0-1 4-7_____at Stephen F. Austin*__________ L, 0-2 4-8_____at Stephen F. Austin*_________ W, 2-0 4-8_____at Stephen F. Austin*__________ L, 4-5 4-10_ __at Sam Houston St.*_______ W, 2-1 (8) 4-10_ __at Sam Houston St.*________ L, 2-3 (8) 4-13_ __UL-Monroe*_________________ W, 1-0 4-13_ __UL-Monroe*__________________ L, 1-2 4-14_ __UL-Monroe*_________________ W, 5-4 4-14_ __UL-Monroe*_________________ W, 7-4 4-19_ __at Texas State_______________ W, 2-0 4-19_ __at Texas State *_______________ L, 2-5

4-22_ __McNeese St.*_______________ W, 3-2 4-22_ __McNeese St.*________________ L, 2-4 4-23_ __McNeese St.*_______________ W, 3-0 4-23_ __McNeese St.*________________ L, 3-8 4-29_ __UT Arlington*_______________ W, 3-0 4-30_ __UT Arlington*_______________ W, 3-2 ! Texas A&M Tournament

1996

Coach: Chickie Mason 33-19 Overall 16-11 SLC (T3rd) 2-8_____at Baylor____________________ W, 6-0 2-8_____at Baylor____________________ W, 2-0 2-10_ __Texas Tech__________________ W, 2-1 2-10_ __Texas Tech__________________ W, 5-4 2-13_ __at Texas A&M________________ L, 1-5 2-13_ __at Texas A&M_______________ W, 7-6 2-15_ __vs. Northwestern!____________ W, 5-1 2-16_ __vs. Baylor!__________________ W, 4-3 2-16_ __vs. Nebraska!________________ L, 0-3 2-17_ __vs. New Mexico!_ ___________ W, 3-2 2-18 ___vs. Minnesota!_______________ W, 3-1 2-18_ __vs. Texas A&M!______________ W, 3-2 2-18_ __vs. Oklahoma!_______________ W, 3-2 2-20_ __Texas A&M_ _________________ L, 1-7 2-20_ __Texas A&M_ _________________ L, 0-2 2-24_ __at UL-Lafayette%_ _____________ L, 0-2 2-24_ __vs. Baylor%__________________ L, 1-4 2-24_ __vs. Tennessee%_______________ L, 1-2 2-25_ __at UL-Lafayette%_ _____________ L, 1-6 3-2_____at Sam Houston St.*___________ L, 0-4 3-2_____at Sam Houston St.*___________ L, 3-4 3-3_____at Sam Houston St.*___________ L, 4-5 3-9_____Northwestern St.*___________W, 11-1 3-9_____Northwestern St.*____________ W, 6-2 3-10_ __Northwestern St.*____________ W, 5-1 3-13_ __Texas Lutheran______________W, 12-0 3-13_ __Texas Lutheran______________W, 12-3 3-16_ __at UL-Monroe_________________ L, 1-3 3-16_ __at UL-Monroe________________ W, 4-2 3-17_ __at UL-Monroe_________________ L, 0-4 3-23_ __McNeese St.*________________ L, 4-8 3-23_ __McNeese St.*_______________ L, 4-12 3-24_ __McNeese St.*_______________ W, 5-1 3-30_ __at Nicholls*_________________ W, 2-0 3-30_ __at Nicholls*_________________ W, 9-4 3-31_ __at Nicholls*__________________ L, 4-5 4-6_____at Texas State*______________ W, 5-0 4-6_____at Texas State*_____________W, 19-2 4-7_____at Texas State*______________ W, 3-1 4-18_ __Baylor______________________ W, 7-2 4-18_ __Baylor_______________________ L, 1-4 4-20_ __UT Arlington*________________ L, 0-1 4-20_ __UT Arlington*_______________ W, 2-1 4-21_ __UT Arlington*_______________ W, 7-1 4-24_ __at Incarnate Word___________W, 10-5 4-24_ __at Incarnate Word ___________ W, 8-6 4-27_ __Stephen F. Austin*_ __________ W, 8-0 4-27_ __Stephen F. Austin*_ __________ W, 4-3 4-28_ __Stephen F. Austin*_ __________ W, 4-0 5-2_____Nicholls^___________________ L, 3-12 5-3_____McNeese St.^_______________ W, 2-0 5-4_____Nicholls^_______________W, 1-0 (10) ! UT Arlington Tournament % UL-Lafayette Tournament ^ SLC Tournament (Thibodaux, La.)

S o u t h l a n d C o n f e r e n c e Champions 2004 • 2005 • 2006


1997

Coach: Chickie Mason 21-30 Overall 11-13 SLC (6th)

1998

Coach: Chickie Mason 31-20 Overall 17-8 SLC (3rd) 2-6_____vs. Illinois-Chicago!___________L, 1-2 2-6_____vs. Illinois-Chicago!_________ W, 4-3 2-7_____vs. New Mexico St.!_________ W, 7-6 2-7_____vs. New Mexico St.!___________L, 1-2 2-15_ __A&M-Kingsville_____________ W, 4-0 2-15_ __A&M-Kingsville_____________ W, 6-0 2-17_ __Schreiner__________________ W, 6-3

2-17_ __Schreiner__________________ W, 7-3 2-20_ __vs. Penn St.#_______________ W, 2-1 2-20_ __at Texas A&M#_______________L, 0-4 2-21_ __vs. Penn St.#_______________ W, 2-0 2-21_ __vs. New Mexico St.#________ W, 7-0 2-22_ __vs. New Mexico St.#_______L, 1-2 (8) 2-22_ __at Texas A&M#__________ W, 3-2 (9) 2-26_ __Texas________________________L, 0-1 2-26_ __Texas______________________ W, 2-1 2-28_ __UL-Monroe*________________ W, 2-0 2-28_ __UL-Monroe*________________ W, 2-0 3-1_____UL-Monroe*________________ W, 7-3 3-8_____at Southeastern La.*_________ W, 9-0 3-8_____at Southeastern La.*_________ W, 4-0 3-15_ __Stephen F. Austin*_ ___________L, 5-9 3-15_ __Stephen F. Austin*_ _________ W, 5-4 3-17_ __at McNeese St.*____________ W, 4-3 3-17_ __at McNeese St.*______________L, 1-2 3-18_ __at McNeese St.*________ W, 10-1 (6) 3-21_ __at Sam Houston St.*_________ W, 3-0 3-21_ __at Sam Houston St.*_________ W, 3-1 3-22_ __at Sam Houston St.*___________L, 1-2 3-25_ __at Incarnate Word___________ W, 6-1 3-25_ __at Incarnate Word_____________L, 0-4 4-1_____at Texas_ ____________________L, 1-7 4-1_____at Texas_ ____________________L, 0-6 4-4_____UT Arlington*______________ W, 3-1 4-4_____UT Arlington*______________ W, 7-3 4-5_____UT Arlington*______________ W, 3-0 4-10_ __at Northwestern St.*_ _______ W, 3-1 4-10_ __at Northwestern St.*_ _________L, 2-3 4-11_ __at Northwestern St.*_ _________L, 0-1 4-14_ __Baylor____________________ W, 10-4 4-14_ __Baylor_______________________L, 0-5 4-18_ __Nicholls*____________________L, 2-5 4-18_ __Nicholls*__________________ W, 4-1 4-19_ __Nicholls*____________________L, 1-6 4-22_ __at Baylor_____________________L, 2-4 4-22_ __at Baylor___________________ W, 2-0 4-25_ __Texas State*________________ W, 2-0 4-25_ __Texas State*________________ W, 6-2 4-26_ __Texas State*__________________L, 5-8 4-30_ __Southeastern La.^_____________L, 3-4 5-1_____Northwestern St.^_____________L, 1-3 ! Arizona Tournament # Texas A&M Tournament ^ SLC Tournament (Natchitoches, La.)

1999

Coach: Corrie Hill 26-24 Overall 19-8 SLC (2nd) 2-6_____Southeastern La.*___________ W, 7-2 2-6_____Southeastern La.*__________ W, 10-9 2-7_____Southeastern La.*__________ W, 17-7 2-12_ __vs. Oregon!________________ W, 4-3 2-12_ __vs. Oklahoma St.!_____________L, 3-5 2-13_ __vs. Southern Miss!_____________L, 2-9 2-14_ __vs. Illinois-Chicago!___________L, 2-3 2-14_ __vs. Arkansas!_______________ W, 3-2 2-19_ __vs. Arizona#_________________L, 0-7 2-19_ __vs. Alabama#______________ L, 2-10 2-20_ __at Texas#____________________L, 2-3 2-20_ __vs. Arizona#_________________L, 2-4 2-27_ __Baylor___________________ W, 11-10 2-27_ __Baylor_____________________ L, 6-11 3-3_____A&M-Kingsville_____________ W, 8-0 3-3_____A&M-Kingsville_____________ W, 3-1 3-6_____McNeese St.*______________ W, 6-4 3-6_____McNeese St.*_____________ W, 10-9 3-7_____McNeese St.*______________ W, 5-3

3-11_ __Texas A&M_ _______________ W, 3-2 3-11_ __Texas A&M_ _________________L, 6-7 3-15_ __at Stephen F. Austin*_______ W, 10-5 3-15_ __at Stephen F. Austin*__________L, 2-3 3-15_ __at Stephen F. Austin*__________L, 0-3 3-23_ __at UL-Monroe*______________ W, 6-2 3-23_ __at UL-Monroe*______________ W, 1-0 3-24_ __at UL-Monroe*_____________ W, 11-5 3-27_ __at Texas State*_______________L, 1-2 3-27_ __at Texas State*_____________ W, 3-1 3-28_ __at Texas State*_______________L, 1-9 4-2_____Sam Houston St.*_____________L, 0-4 4-2_____Sam Houston St.*___________ W, 8-0 4-3_____Sam Houston St.*__________ W, 11-0 4-7_____Texas Tech___________________L, 4-5 4-7_____Texas Tech_________________ W, 4-1 4-10_ __at UT Arlington*______________L, 4-6 4-10_ __at UT Arlington*___________ W, 13-9 4-11_ __at UT Arlington*____________ L, 6-17 4-13_ __Texas______________________ L, 0-17 4-13_ __Texas________________________L, 0-9 4-17_ __at Nicholls*________________ W, 6-2 4-17_ __at Nicholls*________________ W, 7-5 4-18_ __at Nicholls*________________ L, 4-11 4-21_ __at Baylor_____________________L, 1-3 4-21_ __at Baylor_____________________L, 5-7 4-24_ __Northwestern St.*___________ W, 7-3 4-24_ __Northwestern St.*__________ W, 12-4 4-25_ __Northwestern St.*___________ W, 8-2 4-29_ __McNeese St.^________________L, 1-2 4-29_ __Northwestern St.^_____________L, 0-2 ! UT Arlington Classic # Texas Tournament ^ SLC Tournament (Natchitoches, La.)

2000

Coach: Corrie Hill 39-21-1 22-5 SLC (2nd) 2-6_____Texas________________________L, 1-9 2-6_____Texas______________________ W, 3-2 2-10_ __vs. Tulsa!__________________ W, 2-1 2-11_ __vs. Louisiana Tech!__________ W, 8-1 2-11_ __vs. Auburn!_ _________________L, 0-5 2-11_ __vs. Oklahoma St.!_____________L, 3-9 2-12_ __vs. Stephen F. Austin!________ W, 7-0 2-12_ __vs. Oklahoma!________________L, 2-3 2-18_ __Baylor_____________________ W, 3-2 2-18_ __Baylor_____________________ W, 9-4 2-22_ __at Texas_ ____________________L, 4-8 2-22_ __at Texas_ ____________________T, 1-1 2-26_ __at Northwestern St.*_ _________L, 3-6 2-26_ __at Northwestern St.*_ _________L, 1-6 2-27_ __at Northwestern St.*_ _______ W, 3-2 3-4_____Nicholls*__________________ W, 5-2 3-4_____Nicholls*__________________ W, 5-1 3-5_____Nicholls *_______________ W, 1-0 (8) 3-7_____Evansville____________________L, 2-5 3-10_ __vs. Colorado St.#__________ W, 12-3 3-10_ __vs. Southern Miss#____________L, 3-5 3-11_ __vs. Wichita St.#_______________L, 3-4 3-11_ __at Oklahoma#________________L, 3-5 3-12_ __vs. LSU#________________ L, 2-3 (11) 3-14_ __at Oklahoma St.______________L, 2-3 3-14_ __at Oklahoma St.______________L, 4-7 3-15_ __at Texas Tech_________________L, 0-4 3-15_ __at Texas Tech_______________ W, 5-1 3-19_ __at Sam Houston St.*_________ W, 1-0 3-19_ __at Sam Houston St.*_________ W, 8-1 3-20_ __at Sam Houston St.*________ W, 13-4 3-25_ __UT Arlington*______________ W, 3-0

3-25_ __UT Arlington*______________ W, 6-3 3-26_ __UT Arlington*______________ W, 3-1 3-29_ __at Baylor___________________ W, 6-2 3-29_ __at Baylor_____________________L, 3-6 4-1_____Texas State*________________ W, 8-0 4-1_____Texas State*________________ W, 4-3 4-2_____Texas State*__________________L, 1-2 4-4_____Texas Southern_ ___________ W, 10-0 4-4_____Texas Southern_ ___________ W, 19-0 4-8_____Stephen F. Austin*_ ________ W, 10-0 4-8_____Stephen F. Austin*_ ___________L, 0-2 4-9_____Stephen F. Austin*_ ___________L, 1-5 4-15_ __at McNeese St.*___________ W, 10-0 4-15_ __at McNeese St.*____________ W, 7-6 4-16_ __at McNeese St.*___________ W, 10-7 4-18_ __Texas-A&M-CC_ ____________ W, 4-2 4-18_ __Texas-A&M-CC_ ___________ W, 12-1 4-21_ __at Southeastern La.*________ W, 12-4 4-21_ __at Southeastern La.*_________ W, 7-0 4-29_ __UL-Monroe*_______________ W, 12-4 4-29_ __UL-Monroe*________________ W, 5-3 4-30_ __UL-Monroe*_______________ W, 10-2 5-5_____McNeese St.^______________ W, 9-1 5-6_____Texas State^________________ W, 1-0 5-6_____Northwestern St.^___________ W, 8-0 5-7_____Northwestern St.^_____________L, 0-3 5-7_____Northwestern St.^_____________L, 3-4 ! UT Arlington Diet Pepsi Classic # Oklahoma/Worth Invitat ional ^ SLC Tournament - Nat chitoches, La.

2001

Coach: Corrie Hill 29-31 12-15 SLC (7th) 2-3_____at Texas A&M________________L, 0-8 2-3_____at Texas A&M______________ W, 3-2 2-6_____A&M-Corpus Christi_________ W, 4-1 2-6_____A&M-Corpus Christi________ W, 12-8 2-9_____vs. Brigham Young!__________ W, 4-3 2-9_____vs. Kentucky!_________________L, 4-9 2-9_____vs. Louisiana Tech!__________ W, 3-2 2-10_ __vs. Southern Miss!_____________L, 4-6 2-10_ __vs. Kentucky!_______________ W, 6-5 2-10_ __vs. Tulsa!____________________L, 3-5 2-18_ __Texas Tech___________________L, 1-2 2-18_ __Texas Tech_________________ W, 3-2 2-21_ __at #22 Texas_______________ W, 3-1 2-21_ __at #22 Texas_________________L, 0-8 2-25_ __at UL-Monroe*________________L, 0-8 2-25_ __at UL-Monroe*________________L, 4-7 2-26_ __at UL-Monroe_______________ W, 6-5 3-4_____Southeastern La.*_____________L, 0-3 3-4_____Southeastern La.*_____________L, 2-5 3-5_____Southeastern La.*_____________L, 3-4 3-6_____#19 Baylor___________________L, 0-7 3-6_____#19 Baylor_________________ W, 5-3 3-8_____Loyola-Chicago_______________L, 0-6 3-8_____Loyola-Chicago_____________ W, 8-2 3-10_ __McNeese St.*______________ W, 4-1 3-10_ __McNeese St.*______________ W, 5-2 3-11_ __McNeese St.*______________ W, 6-1 3-15_ __Houston_____________________L, 2-5 3-15_ __Houston___________________ W, 3-1 3-17_ __at S.F. Austin*______________ W, 4-2 3-17_ __at S.F. Austin*________________L, 0-1 3-18_ __at S.F. Austin*______________ W, 1-0 3-21_ __at #19 Baylor________________L, 1-3 3-21_ __at #19 Baylor______________ W, 1-0 3-23_ __vs. Tulsa#__________________ W, 2-1 3-23_ __vs. Oregon St.#_______________L, 1-8

S o u t h l a n d C o n f e r e n c e Champions 2004 • 2005 • 2006

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2-7_____Incarnate Word_____________ W, 1-0 2-7_____Incarnate Word__________ W, 9-0 (5) 2-14_ __vs. Santa Clara!____________ W, 9-3 2-14_ __vs. Long Beach St.!____________L, 0-6 2-14_ __at Hawaii!________________L, 0-9 (5) 2-15_ __vs. Loyola Marymount!_________L, 2-3 2-15_ __vs. Santa Clara!______________L, 2-3 2-16_ __vs. Loyola Marymount!_______ W, 4-0 2-16_ __vs. Santa Clara!____________ W, 2-0 2-16_ __vs. Long Beach St.!____________L, 1-4 2-21_ __Southern Utah#____________L, 6-7 (8) 2-21_ __Texas Tech#__________________L, 2-3 2-22_ __UT Arlington#______________ W, 1-0 2-22_ __Texas Tech#__________________L, 1-6 2-23_ __Texas Tech#________________ W, 2-0 2-23_ __Southern Utah#_______________L, 6-7 3-1_____UL-Monroe*__________________L, 0-1 3-1_____UL-Monroe*________________ W, 2-1 3-2_____UL-Monroe*__________________L, 1-2 3-8_____at McNeese St.*___________L, 0-1 (8) 3-8_____at McNeese St.*____________ W, 8-5 3-9_____at McNeese St._______________L, 1-2 3-15_ __Nicholls*____________________L, 2-4 3-15_ __Nicholls*____________________L, 1-5 3-16_ __Nicholls*__________________ W, 6-4 3-20_ __at Texas A&M________________L, 0-4 3-20_ __at Texas A&M________________L, 2-3 3-22_ __Texas State*__________________L, 2-3 3-22_ __Texas State*________________ W, 5-3 3-22_ __Texas State*__________________L, 0-2 3-26_ __Texas A&M_ _________________L, 3-6 3-26_ __Texas A&M_ _________________L, 3-6 4-6_____at UT Arlington*___________L, 0-8 (5) 4-6_____at UT Arlington*____________ W, 7-3 4-7_____at UT Arlington*____________ W, 3-0 4-12_ __Stephen F. Austin*_ _________ W, 6-1 4-12_ __Stephen F. Austin*_ _________ W, 7-3 4-13_ __Stephen F. Austin*_ _________ W, 5-4 4-16_ __Texas Lutheran___________ W, 9-1 (6) 4-16_ __Texas Lutheran______________ W, 2-0 4-19_ __Sam Houston St.*___________ W, 4-1 4-19_ __Sam Houston St.*__________L, 1-9 (6) 4-20_ __Sam Houston St.*___________ W, 5-2 4-23_ __Texas________________________L, 4-5 4-23_ __Texas________________________L, 5-8 4-26_ __at Northwestern St.*_ ____ L, 2-10 (6) 4-26_ __at Northwestern St.*_ _________L, 2-3 4-27_ __at Northwestern St.*_ _________L, 4-5 5-1_____UL-Monroe^_______________L, 0-1 (9) 5-1_____UT Arlington^______________ W, 2-0 5-2_____Northwestern St.^_____________L, 0-4 ! Hawaii Tournament # UTSA Taco/Flats Tournament ^ SLC Tournament (Monroe, La.)

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Y e a r - b y - Y e a r R e s u lt s 3-24_ __at New Mexico St.#___________L, 0-3 3-25_ __vs. Oregon St.#_______________L, 4-6 3-25_ __vs. Tulsa$__________________ W, 2-1 3-27_ __Brown_____________________ W, 8-0 3-29_ __Missouri_____________________L, 3-7 3-29_ __Missouri___________________ L, 4-12 3-31_ __at UT Arlington*______________L, 0-2 3-31_ __at UT Arlington*______________L, 0-1 4-1_____at UT Arlington*______________L, 0-1 4-7_____Sam Houston St.*___________ W, 3-1 4-7_____Sam Houston St.____________ W, 5-0 4-8_____Sam Houston St.*___________ W, 9-0 4-11_ __at A&M-Corpus Christi_______ W, 4-3 4-11_ __at A&M-Corpus Christi_______ W, 5-0 4-13_ __at #20 Texas State*___________L, 0-8 4-13_ __at #20 Texas State*___________L, 0-7 4-14_ __at #20 Texas State*___________L, 0-6 4-21_ __at Nicholls*_______________ W, 12-4 4-21_ __at Nicholls*________________ W, 8-2 4-22_ __at Nicholls*________________ W, 8-3 4-28_ __Northwestern St.*_____________L, 1-6 4-28_ __Northwestern St.*_____________L, 4-6 4-29_ __Northwestern St.*_____________L, 4-5 ! Isuzu/UT Arlington Tournament # New Mexico St. Tournament

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3-29_ __UT Arlington*_____________ W, 10-1 3-30_ __UT Arlington*______________ W, 6-1 4-6_____at McNeese St.*____________ W, 2-0 4-6_____at McNeese St.*____________ W, 3-0 4-7_____at McNeese St.*____________ W, 4-0 4-10_ __at Houston___________________L, 0-5 4-10_ __at Houston_________________ W, 5-4 4-13_ __Nicholls*____________________L, 4-5 4-13_ __Nicholls*__________________ W, 2-0 4-14_ __Nicholls*__________________ W, 8-0 4-20_ __Texas State*__________________L, 1-4 4-20_ __Texas State*________________ W, 7-3 4-21_ __Texas State*__________________L, 0-1 4-23_ __A&M-Corpus Christi_________ W, 9-5 4-23_ __A&M-Corpus Christi_________ W, 6-4 4-27_ __at Sam Houston St.*_________ W, 3-1 4-27_ __at Sam Houston St.*_________ W, 4-0 4-27_ __at Sam Houston St.*_______ W, 10-1 5-3_____McNeese St.^______________ W, 7-0 5-4_____Northwestern St.^_____________L, 0-1 5-4_____Southeastern La.^_____________L, 0-5 ! UT Arlington Tournament + UTSA Fastpitch Express Classic % Bash by The Bay (Corpus Christi) ^ SLC Tournament (Natchitoches, La.)

2003

Coach: Corrie Hill 33-29 19-8 SLC (3rd)

Coach: Corrie Hill 15-40 7-20 SLC (10th)

2-3_____Texas A&M_ _________________L, 0-8 2-3_____Texas A&M_ _________________L, 0-2 2-8_____vs. Oklahoma St.!_____________L, 1-6 2-8_____vs. UL-Monroe!_ ____________ W, 6-5 2-9_____vs. Baylor!___________________L, 0-4 2-9_____vs. Oklahoma!________________L, 1-9 2-9_____at UT Arlington!_______________L, 0-1 2-10_ __vs. Utah!_____________________L, 2-3 2-15_ __Wichita St.+_ ________________L, 3-7 2-15_ __Texas+_ _____________________L, 2-3 2-16_ __Kentucky+_ __________________L, 5-7 2-16_ __Bethune-Cookman+__________ W, 6-4 2-17_ __Purdue+_____________________L, 3-5 2-17_ __Texas State+__________________L, 0-4 2-20_ __at Texas _____________________L, 0-8 2-20_ __at Texas_ ____________________L, 2-3 2-22_ __vs. Missouri St.%____________ W, 3-1 2-22_ __at A&M-Corpus Christi%_______L, 2-4 2-23_ __vs. Miami (Ohio)%__________ W, 2-1 2-23_ __vs. Missouri St.%____________ W, 3-1 2-24_ __vs. Miami (Ohio)%__________ W, 8-6 2-24_ __at A&M-Corpus Christi%_____ W, 3-0 3-1_____at Centenary_______________ W, 6-2 3-1_____at Centenary_______________ W, 3-1 3-2_____at Northwestern St.*_ _______ W, 1-0 3-2_____at Northwestern St.*_ _________L, 0-3 3-3_____at Northwestern St.*_ _________L, 0-1 3-9_____UL-Monroe*________________ W, 4-1 3-9_____UL-Monroe*________________ W, 4-1 3-10_ __UL-Monroe*__________________L, 0-2 3-16_ __S.F. Austin*________________ W, 5-0 3-16_ __S.F. Austin*_______________ W, 10-0 3-17_ __S.F. Austin*________________ W, 8-0 3-20_ __at A&M-Corpus Christi_________L, 0-2 3-20_ __at A&M-Corpus Christi_________L, 2-3 3-23_ __at Southeastern La.*_________ W, 6-0 3-23_ __at Southeastern La.*_________ W, 2-0 3-24_ __at Southeastern La.*___________L, 4-1 3-28_ __New Mexico St.______________L, 5-7 3-28_ __New Mexico St.____________ W, 1-0 3-29_ __UT Arlington*________________L, 0-2

1-31_ __at Arizona St.________________L, 5-6 2-1_____at Arizona St.________________L, 3-6 2-2_____at Arizona St.________________L, 1-9 2-5_____at Texas A&M________________L, 1-9 2-14_ __Bethune-Cookman+__________ W, 5-2 2-14_ __Wichita St.+_ ________________L, 1-3 2-15_ __A&M-Corpus Christi+__________L, 1-4 2-15_ __SW Missouri St.+___________ W, 2-1 2-16_ __Texas+_ _____________________L, 0-5 2-22_ __vs. Texas Tech$_____________ W, 4-2 2-22_ __vs. Kentucky$_ _____________ L, 2-11 2-23_ __vs. Oregon$_ ______________ W, 8-7 2-23_ __at Houston$__________________L, 1-2 2-27_ __Michigan____________________L, 4-5 3-1_____Southeastern La.*___________ L, 5-10 3-1_____Southeastern La.*_____________L, 5-6 3-2_____Southeastern La.*___________ W, 8-4 3-5_____at Texas_ ____________________L, 0-3 3-7_____Eastern Michigan__________ W, 12-3 3-12_ __at UL-Monroe*________________L, 4-5 3-12_ __at UL-Monroe*______________ L, 6-11 3-13_ __at UL-Monroe*________________L, 5-6 3-15_ __at Stephen F. Austin*________ W, 1-0 3-15_ __at Stephen F. Austin*________ W, 8-0 3-16_ __at Stephen F. Austin*__________L, 2-7 3-18_ __Iowa St.___________________ W, 7-6 3-19_ __Minnesota___________________L, 0-4 3-19_ __Minnesota___________________L, 0-9 3-21_ __vs. New Mexico%__________ W, 10-5 3-21_ __vs. Connecticut%______________L, 2-6 3-22_ __vs. Brigham Young%___________L, 3-8 3-22_ __at New Mexico St.%_ _________L, 3-4 3-23_ __vs. UMKC%__________________L, 2-5 3-28_ __Centenary_ ________________ L, 6-10 3-29_ __at UT Arlington*______________L, 0-4 3-29_ __at UT Arlington*______________L, 2-8 3-30_ __at UT Arlington*______________L, 2-9 4-1_____McNeese St.*______________ W, 6-3 4-1_____McNeese St.*______________ L, 8-19 4-2_____McNeese St.*____________ W, 13-12 4-5_____Sam Houston St.*___________ L, 1-16

4-5_____Sam Houston St.*_____________L, 6-8 4-6_____Sam Houston St.*_________ W, 12-11 4-9_____at A&M-Corpus Christi_________L, 0-3 4-9_____at A&M-Corpus Christi_______ W, 4-2 4-11_ __at Texas State*_____________ L, 3-11 4-11_ __at Texas State*_____________ L, 7-12 4-12_ __at Texas State*_______________L, 1-6 4-17_ __at UL-Lafayette________________L, 0-8 4-18_ __at Nicholls*__________________L, 5-6 4-18_ __at Nicholls*________________ L, 5-10 4-19_ __at Nicholls*__________________L, 5-6 4-26_ __Northwestern St.*_____________L, 7-8 4-26_ __Northwestern St.*___________ L, 4-16 4-27_ __Northwestern St.*___________ W, 8-5 + UTSA Fastpitch Express Classic $ Houston Tournament % New Mexico St. Tournament

2004

Coach: Corrie Hill 37-17 20-6 SLC (1st) 2-6_____at Texas State!________________L, 2-5 2-6_____vs. New Mexico St.!_________ W, 5-1 2-7_____vs. Texas Tech!_____________ W, 11-3 2-7_____vs. A&M-Corpus Christi!_ ______L, 2-3 2-8_____vs. Tulsa!__________________ W, 8-2 2-14_ __Kentucky#_ ________________ W, 6-3 2-14_ __UMKC#___________________ W, 9-1 2-15_ __Colorado St.#___________ W, 4-2 (8) 2-15_ __Kansas#_____________________L, 3-7 2-20_ __Southern Miss$_______________L, 2-3 2-20_ __at #13 LSU$_______________ L, 0-10 2-21_ __vs. Louisiana Tech$__________ W, 9-1 2-21_ __vs. Alcorn St.$______________ W, 5-0 2-22_ __vs. Southern Miss$____________L, 5-6 2-28_ __UL-Monroe*________________ W, 6-5 2-28_ __UL-Monroe*_______________ W, 11-1 2-29_ __UL-Monroe*_______________ W, 15-0 3-6_____UT Arlington*______________ W, 6-3 3-6_____UT Arlington*______________ W, 5-4 3-7_____UT Arlington*_____________L, 1-2 (9) 3-10_ __Houston_____________________L, 3-5 3-10_ __Houston_____________________L, 1-3 3-11_ __at Texas_ ____________________L, 2-7 3-13_ __at Sam Houston St.*_________ W, 7-2 3-13_ __at Sam Houston St.*________L, 4-5 (8) 3-14_ __at Sam Houston St.*___________L, 5-6 3-16_ __at Nicholls*__________________L, 1-4 3-16_ __at Nicholls*________________ W, 9-0 3-17_ __at Nicholls*__________________L, 0-5 3-20_ __at Louisiana Tech____________ W, 7-0 3-20_ __at Louisiana Tech____________ W, 5-1 3-27_ __Southeastern La.*___________ W, 9-0 3-27_ __Southeastern La.*__________ W, 15-5 3-28_ __Southeastern La.*___________ W, 7-3 4-1_____Texas Southern_ ___________ W, 18-0 4-1_____Texas Southern_ ___________ W, 19-0 4-3_____Stephen F. Austin*_ _________ W, 1-0 4-3_____Stephen F. Austin*_ _________ W, 7-5 4-4_____Stephen F. Austin*_ _________ W, 3-0 4-8_____at Texas Southern__________ W, 26-1 4-9_____at Northwestern St.*_ ____ W, 7-5 (8) 4-9_____at Northwestern St.*_ _________L, 0-8 4-10_ __at Northwestern St.*_ _______ W, 3-2 4-17_ __Texas State*________________ W, 5-3 4-17_ __Texas State*________________ W, 9-7 4-18_ __Texas State*________________ W, 7-6 4-26_ __at McNeese St.*____________ W, 3-0 4-26_ __at McNeese St.*_________ W, 2-1 (9) 4-30_ __Nicholls^__________________ W, 6-3

5-1_____UT Arlington^__________ W, 6-3 (10) 5-2_____Sam Houston St.^___________ W, 6-0 5-2_____Northwestern St.^__________ W, 11-3 5-20_ __Illinois~______________________L, 0-3 5-20_ __North Carolina~______________L, 0-4 ! CenturyTel/Bobcat Classic (San Marcos) # Fastpitch Express Classic $ LSU Purple & Gold Challenge ^ SLC Tournament (San Marcos) ~ NCAA Regional (Waco)

2005

Coach: Corrie Hill 42-18 21-5 SLC (1st) 2-4_____at Arizona St.________________L, 0-8 2-5_____at Arizona St.________________L, 2-4 2-6_____at Arizona St._____________L, 4-5 (8) 2-9_____at #23 Texas A&M____________L, 5-6 2-9_____at #23 Texas A&M____________L, 0-1 2-11_ __UTEP#____________________ W, 10-2 2-11_ __Centenary#_______________ W, 12-1 2-12_ __North Texas#_______________ W, 9-0 2-13_ __A&M-Corpus Christi#________ W, 5-0 2-18_ __vs. Loyola (Ill.)%_ __________ W, 10-0 2-18_ __vs. Colorado St.%___________ W, 7-6 2-19_ __vs. #19 Nebraska%_________ L, 6-14 2-19_ __at New Mexico St.%_ _______ W, 8-4 2-20_ __vs. New Mexico%_____________L, 3-4 2-25_ __vs. Albany!________________ W, 13-0 2-25_ __vs. New Mexico St.!_________ W, 5-4 2-26_ __vs. Northern Colorado!______ W, 9-1 2-26_ __at UTEP!___________________ W, 9-3 3-4_____vs. Western Michigan~______ W, 8-0 3-4_____at Houston~________________ W, 3-0 3-5_____vs. #16 Nebraska~___________L, 3-4 3-5_____vs. Texas Southern~_________ W, 8-0 3-6_____vs. Western Michigan~_____ W, 11-4 3-8_____Evansville__________________ W, 4-0 3-9_____at #4 Texas__________________L, 0-2 3-9_____at #4 Texas__________________L, 1-7 3-12_ __McNeese St.*______________ W, 4-1 3-12_ __McNeese St.*_____________ W, 15-7 3-13_ __McNeese St.*______________ W, 5-1 3-19_ __at Stephen F. Austin*_______L, 4-5 (8) 3-19_ __at Stephen F. Austin*________ W, 7-2 3-20_ __at Stephen F. Austin*__________L, 2-5 3-22_ __Northwestern St.*_____________L, 1-6 3-22_ __Northwestern St.*___________ W, 8-6 3-23_ __Northwestern St.*___________ W, 8-2 3-25_ __at Texas State*____________L, 3-5 (9) 3-25_ __at Texas State*____________ W, 12-3 4-2_____at Southeastern La.*________ W, 10-1 4-2_____at Southeastern La.*________ W, 13-1 4-3_____at Southeastern La.*_________ W, 4-1 4-6_____at A&M-Corpus Christi_________L, 0-2 4-6_____at A&M-Corpus Christi_______ W, 7-3 4-9_____Nicholls*__________________ W, 9-1 4-9_____Nicholls*_________________ W, 10-4 4-10_ __Nicholls*_________________ W, 17-4 4-14_ __at Louisiana Tech____________ W, 6-3 4-14_ __at Louisiana Tech___________ W, 10-2 4-16_ __at UL-Monroe*______________ W, 5-0 4-16_ __at UL-Monroe*_____________ W, 10-2 4-17_ __at UL-Monroe*_____________ W, 11-3 4-23_ __at UT Arlington*______________L, 2-4 4-23_ __at UT Arlington*____________ W, 9-1 4-24_ __at UT Arlington*___________ W, 10-1 4-30_ __Sam Houston St.*___________ W, 3-2 4-30_ __Sam Houston St.*___________ W, 3-0 5-1_____Sam Houston St.*___________ W, 2-1

S o u t h l a n d C o n f e r e n c e Champions 2004 • 2005 • 2006


Y e a r - b y - Y e a r R e s u lt s 5-6_____McNeese St.^______________ W, 5-0 5-7_____Northwestern St.^___________ W, 4-1 5-7_____Sam Houston St.^________ L, 0-3 (11) 5-8_____McNeese St.^________________L, 3-4 # UTSA Fastpitch Express Classic % Troy Cox Classic (Las Cruces, N.M.) ! UTEP Miner Inv. (El Paso) ~ Hyatt Regency Cougar Classic (Houston) ^ SLC Tournament (Hammond, La.)

2006

Coach: Lori Cook 37-14 22-5 SLC (1st)

2008

2009

Coach: Lori Cook 25-25 20-10 SLC (T-2nd)

Coach: Lori Cook 29-29 18-11 SLC (3rd)

2-9_____vs. Oklahoma St.#____________L, 3-5 2-9_____at Texas State#_____________ W, 3-2 2-10_ __vs. #7 Alabama#___________ L, 3-10 2-10_ __vs. Oklahoma St.#____________L, 6-7 2-11_ __at Texas State#_______________L, 0-3 2-16_ __vs. Rutgers!_______________ W, 10-0 2-16_ __vs. Arkansas!_________________L, 0-8 2-17_ __vs. Arkansas!_________________L, 0-7 2-17_ __vs. Rutgers!_______________ W, 10-1 2-18_ __at #3Texas A&M!_ ___________L, 1-7 2-23_ __at UC Santa Barbara%_ _____ W, 4-1 2-23_ __vs. Northern Illinois%__________L, 2-5 2-24_ __at UC Santa Barbara%_ _______L, 1-9 2-24_ __vs. Santa Clara%_ ____________L, 0-3 2-25_ __vs. Northern Illinois%________ W, 6-1 2-27_ __at A&M-Corpus Christi*________L, 1-3 2-27_ __at A&M-Corpus Christi*______ W, 5-1 2-28_ __at A&M-Corpus Christi*______ W, 4-3 3-3_____UT Arlington*______________ W, 8-0 3-3_____UT Arlington*_____________L, 0-1 (8) 3-4_____UT Arlington*_____________ W, 10-2 3-6_____St. John’s_ _________________ W, 9-1 3-8_____#8 Texas_____________________L, 1-4 3-10_ __at Southeastern La.*_________ W, 3-1 3-10_ __at Southeastern La.*_________ W, 7-6 3-11_ __at Southeastern La.*�������� W, 11-2 3-13_ __at #9 LSU___________________L, 0-3 3-16_ __Texas Tech___________________L, 4-5 3-16_ __Texas Tech___________________L, 3-6 3-17_ __Central Arkansas*_________ W, 10-1 3-17_ __Central Arkansas*__________ W, 7-2 3-18_ __Central Arkansas*_________ W, 14-6 3-22_ __at #8 Texas__________________L, 1-6 3-24_ __Nicholls*____________________L, 6-7 3-24_ __Nicholls*__________________ W, 4-1 3-25_ __Nicholls*__________________ W, 7-3 3-28_ __at #12 Baylor________________L, 1-9 3-28_ __at #12 Baylor________________L, 1-4 3-31_ __at Texas State*_______________L, 0-4 4-1_____at Texas State*_______________L, 1-2 4-1_____at Texas State*_______________L, 4-6 4-6_____Prairie View A&M__________ W, 10-2 4-6_____Prairie View A&M__________ W, 15-0 4-14_ __Northwestern St.*����������L, 0-2 (8) 4-14_ __Northwestern St.*___________ W, 6-5 4-15_ __Northwestern St.*___________ W, 3-2 4-21_ __at Stephen F. Austin*__________L, 5-6 4-21_ __at Stephen F. Austin*_______ W, 11-2 4-22_ __at Stephen F. Austin*________ W, 5-2 4-28_ __Sam Houston St.*_____________L, 2-6 4-28_ __Sam Houston St.*_____________L, 0-4 4-29_ __Sam Houston St.*___________ W, 8-4 5-5_____at McNeese St.*___________ W, 15-2 5-5_____at McNeese St.*______________L, 2-3 5-6_____at McNeese St.*____________ L, 4-10 5-10_ __Texas State^________________ W, 4-0 5-11_ __Sam Houston St.^_____________L, 2-3 5-11_ __UT Arlington^________________L, 2-6 # CenturyTel Classic (San Marcos) ! Aggie Classic (College Station) % UCSB Mini-Tourney (Santa Barbara) ^ SLC Tournament (Huntsville)

2-9_____at Texas_ ____________________L, 1-3 2-9_____at Texas_ __________________ W, 3-2 2-10_ __at Texas_ __________________ L, 2-10 2-15_ __vs. Colorado St.#_____________L, 0-6 2-16_ __vs. Illinois-Chicago#________ W, 11-3 2-16_ __vs. North Dakota St.#_________L, 1-6 2-17_ __at New Mexico St.#_________ W, 5-4 2-23_ __at UTEP______________________L, 0-6 2-23_ __at UTEP______________________L, 4-8 2-24_ __at UTEP____________________ W, 5-0 2-26_ __A&M-Corpus Christi*_______L, 4-8 (8) 2-26_ __A&M-Corpus Christi*__________L, 1-3 2-27_ __A&M-Corpus Christi*________ W, 6-1 3-1_____McNeese St.*______________ W, 7-3 3-1_____McNeese St.*_____________ W, 12-0 3-2_____McNeese St.*_____________ W, 15-1 3-4_____Baylor_______________________L, 1-5 3-8_____at UT Arlington*____________ W, 2-1 3-8_____at UT Arlington*___________L, 0-1 (8) 3-9_____at UT Arlington*______________L, 0-2 3-15_ __Southeastern La.*___________ W, 3-0 3-15_ __Southeastern La.*___________ W, 2-1 3-16_ __Southeastern La.*___________ W, 3-2 3-19_ __at North Texas________________L, 4-9 3-21_ __at Central Arkansas*________ W, 7-1 3-21_ __at Central Arkansas*________ W, 6-0 3-22_ __at Central Arkansas*_______ W, 13-5 3-25_ __Missouri___________________ W, 4-1 3-26_ __Missouri_____________________L, 0-9 3-27_ __New Mexico_______________ L, 7-15 3-29_ __at Nicholls*________________ W, 8-1 3-29_ __at Nicholls*________________ W, 8-7 3-30_ __at Nicholls*__________________L, 2-4 4-4_____Texas State*__________________L, 1-5 4-4_____Texas State*_______________L, 6-8 (8) 4-5_____Texas State*__________________L, 0-4 4-9_____at Houston___________________L, 0-3 4-9_____at Houston___________________L, 3-5 4-15_ __at Texas Tech_________________L, 1-6 4-15_ __at Texas Tech_________________L, 0-2 4-19_ __at Northwestern St.*_ _______ W, 4-2 4-19_ __at Northwestern St.*_ _______ W, 6-1 4-20_ __at Northwestern St.*_ ______ W, 12-1 4-26_ __Stephen F. Austin*_ ___________L, 0-9 4-26_ __Stephen F. Austin*_ _________ W, 2-0 4-27_ __Stephen F. Austin*_ _________ W, 1-0 5-3_____at Sam Houston St.*_________ W, 1-0 5-3_____at Sam Houston St.*___________L, 1-2 5-4_____at Sam Houston St.*______ W, 6-4 (8) 5-8_____Nicholls^_______________ L, 2-3 (10) # Hotel Encanto Inv. (Las Cruces, N.M.) ^ SLC Tournament (San Marcos)

2-6_____vs. Tulsa%_________________L, 3-4 (8) 2-6_____at #5 Texas A&M%____________L, 1-4 2-7_____vs. Tulsa%__________________ W, 4-3 2-7_____at #5 Texas A&M%____________L, 0-8 2-8_____vs. Prairie View A&M_______ W, 12-2 2-13_ __vs. New Mexico#___________ L, 1-10 2-13_ __vs. Mississippi#_______________L, 0-1 2-14_ __vs. Stephen F. Austin#_ ______ W, 7-3 2-14_ __at Baylor#_ __________________L, 3-7 2-15_ __vs. Northwestern St.#_____ W, 2-1 (8) 2-17_ __North Texas__________________L, 3-8 2-17_ __North Texas________________ W, 8-0 2-24_ __at A&M-Corpus Christi*______ W, 6-0 2-24_ __at A&M-Corpus Christi*______ W, 8-0 2-25_ __at A&M-Corpus Christi*______ W, 6-1 2-28_ __Sam Houston St.*_____________L, 4-6 2-28_ __Sam Houston St.*___________ W, 7-1 2-29_ __Sam Houston St.*_______ W, 10-6 (8) 3-7_____at McNeese St.*______________L, 2-5 3-7_____at McNeese St.*______________L, 3-4 3-8_____at McNeese St.*______________L, 2-6 3-15_ __UT Arlington*_____________L, 3-5 (9) 3-15_ __UT Arlington*______________ W, 8-5 3-16_ __UT Arlington*______________ W, 5-3 3-21_ __at Southeastern La.*_________ W, 3-1 3-21_ __at Southeastern La.*___________L, 1-2 3-22_ __at Southeastern La.*_________ W, 1-0 3-24_ __UTEP_____________________L, 1-2 (8) 3-24_ __UTEP______________________ L, 3-11 3-27_ __Central Arkansas*__________ W, 5-3 3-27_ __Central Arkansas*__________ W, 3-1 3-28_ __Central Arkansas*____________L, 6-9 3-30_ __Texas Tech___________________L, 1-9 3-31_ __Houston Baptist_____________ W, 3-2 3-31_ __Houston Baptist____________ W, 10-3 4-4_____Nicholls*__________________ W, 3-2 4-4_____Nicholls*_________________L, 1-2 (8) 4-5_____Nicholls*______________ W, 3-2 (11) 4-10_ __at Texas State*__________ W, 3-2 (9) 4-10_ __at Texas State*_______________L, 1-4 4-11_ __at Texas State*_______________L, 1-6 4-15_ __at Houston Baptist*__________ W, 1-0 4-15_ __at Houston Baptist*____________L, 1-4 4-18_ __Cal State Bakersfield_ _______ W, 3-1 4-18_ __Cal State Bakersfield_ ______L, 1-3 (8) 4-19_ __Cal State Bakersfield_ _________L, 0-2 4-21_ __at Baylor_____________________L, 0-8 4-25_ __Northwestern St.*___________ W, 4-3 4-25_ __Northwestern St.*__________ W, 13-4 4-26_ __Northwestern St.*___________ W, 8-6 4-30_ __at Texas_ _________________L, 2-3 (8) 4-30_ __at Texas_ ____________________L, 1-6 5-2_____at Stephen F. Austin*________ W, 4-1 5-2_____at Stephen F. Austin*__________L, 1-4 5-7_____vs. Sam Houston St.^________ W, 5-4 5-7_____at McNeese St.^______________L, 3-4 5-8_____vs. UT Arlington^__________ W, 12-3 5-8_____vs. Sam Houston St.^__________L, 1-4 % Aggie Classic (College Station) # Getterman Classic (Waco) ^ SLC Tournament (Lake Charles, La.)

S o u t h l a n d C o n f e r e n c e Champions 2004 • 2005 • 2006

2011 UTS A R o a d ru n n e rs S o f t b a l l

2-10_ __vs. Portland St.#___________ W, 11-3 2-10_ __vs. Colorado St.#__________ W, 12-2 2-11_ __vs. Utah#__________________ W, 8-0 2-11_ __at New Mexico St.#___________L, 2-3 2-12_ __vs. Ohio St.#____________ W, 9-8 (8) 2-15_ __at #9 Texas A&M_____________L, 6-7 2-15_ __at #9 Texas A&M_____________L, 2-4 2-16_ __at Oklahoma St.____________ L, 3-11 2-21_ __at #5 Texas__________________L, 1-5 2-21_ __at #5 Texas__________________L, 0-8 3-4_____Southeastern La.*___________ W, 8-0 3-4_____Southeastern La.*___________ W, 8-0 3-5_____Southeastern La.*__________ W, 17-4 3-9_____A&M-Corpus Christi_________ W, 9-1 3-9_____A&M-Corpus Christi_________ W, 7-3 3-11_ __at Northwestern St.*_ _______ W, 2-1 3-11_ __at Northwestern St.*_ _______ W, 5-1 3-12_ __at Northwestern St.*_ _______ W, 6-2 3-18_ __at McNeese St.*______________L, 1-2 3-18_ __at McNeese St.*______________L, 0-2 3-19_ __at McNeese St.*____________ W, 8-0 3-25_ __Stephen F. Austin*���������� W, 8-0 3-25_ __Stephen F. Austin*_ _________ W, 8-3 3-26_ __Stephen F. Austin*_ ________ W, 11-4 4-1_____Texas State*__________________L, 6-7 4-1_____Texas State*_______________L, 1-3 (8) 4-2_____Texas State*__________________L, 5-7 4-4_____Houston___________________ W, 3-2 4-4_____Houston________________ W, 6-3 (8) 4-8_____at Sam Houston St.*______ W, 4-2 (8) 4-8_____at Sam Houston St.*_________ W, 3-1 4-9_____at Sam Houston St.*_________ W, 2-1 4-14_ __at Nicholls*_____________ W, 6-5 (8) 4-14_ __at Nicholls*________________ W, 8-1 4-15_ __at Nicholls*_______________ W, 10-0 4-19_ __at A&M-Corpus Christi_______ W, 3-0 4-19_ __at A&M-Corpus Christi_______ W, 3-1 4-22_ __UL-Monroe*________________ W, 8-4 4-22_ __UL-Monroe*________________ W, 7-2 4-23_ __UL-Monroe*________________ W, 4-1 4-26_ __at Texas Tech_______________ W, 4-3 4-26_ __at Texas Tech_________________L, 1-4 4-29_ __UT Arlington*______________ W, 5-1 4-29_ __UT Arlington*______________ W, 3-1 4-30_ __UT Arlington*_____________ W, 10-2 5-5_____Nicholls^__________________ W, 4-3 5-6_____McNeese St.^______________ W, 3-0 5-6_____UT Arlington^___________ W, 7-5 (9) 5-7_____UT Arlington^______________ W, 8-3 5-19_ __#3 Texas~___________________L, 0-4 5-20_ __Utah~_______________________L, 2-3 # Hilton Inv. (Las Cruces, N.M.) ^ SLC Tournament (Natchitoches, La.) ~ NCAA Regional (Austin)

2007

Coach: Lori Cook 27-31 18-12 SLC (T-3rd)

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2010

2011 UTSA R o a d ru n n e rs S o f t b a l l

Coach: Lori Cook 23-29 18-11 SLC (3rd)

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2-12_ __vs. UTEP%_ ________________ W, 4-2 2-12_ __vs. Nebraska%_________ W, 10-9 (8) 2-13_ __vs. Penn State%_______________L, 4-8 2-13_ __at New Mexico State%_ __ L, 7-28 (5) 2-14_ __vs. Colorado State____________L, 1-5 2-19_ __vs. #15 Texas#_______________L, 2-3 2-19_ __at Houston#________________ L, 3-13 2-20_ __vs. #16 Louisiana#____________L, 1-3 2-20_ __vs. Purdue#__________________L, 2-3 2-21_ __vs. Iowa State#____________L, 0-9 (5) 2-26_ __UC Riverside^_____________L, 6-7 (8) 2-27_ __UC Riverside^______________ W, 6-0 2-27_ __North Texas^_________________L, 4-5 2-28_ __North Texas^_______________ W, 2-1 3-2_____A&M-Corpus Christi*____ W, 12-2 (5) 3-2_____A&M-Corpus Christi*__________L, 3-6 3-3_____A&M-Corpus Christi*________ W, 5-4 3-6_____Stephen F. Austin*_ ___________L, 1-3 3-6_____Stephen F. Austin*_ _________ W, 6-3 3-7_____Stephen F. Austin*_ ___________L, 2-8 3-9_____#22 Baylor___________________L, 1-8 3-13_ __at Sam Houston St.*___________L, 1-2 3-13_ __at Sam Houston St.*___________L, 4-5 3-14_ __at Sam Houston St.*________L, 3-4 (8) 3-20_ __McNeese St.*______________ W, 4-3 3-20_ __McNeese St.*_____________ W, 10-6 3-21_ __McNeese St.*________________L, 1-3 3-25_ __at North Texas________________L, 3-4 3-27_ __at UT Arlington*___________L, 0-8 (5) 3-27_ __at UT Arlington*______________L, 3-5 3-28_ __at UT Arlington*____________ W, 6-5 3-30_ __at #17 Texas_________________L, 7-8 3-30_ __at #17 Texas*________________L, 3-4 4-2_____Southeastern La.*__________ W, 10-6 4-2_____Southeastern La.*___________ W, 9-6 4-3_____Southeastern La.*_____________L, 2-5 4-10_ __at Central Arkansas*__________L, 0-1 4-10_ __at Central Arkansas*________ W, 9-6 4-11_ __at Central Arkansas*________ W, 6-2 4-14_ __Houston Baptist__________ W, 8-0 (6) 4-14_ __Houston Baptist_____________ W, 5-2 4-17_ __at Nicholls*____________ W, 1-0 (10) 4-17_ __at Nicholls*________________ W, 1-0 4-18_ __at Nicholls*__________________L, 0-6 4-21_ __at Houston Baptist___________ W, 3-1 4-21_ __at Houston Baptist___________ W, 4-1 4-23_ __Texas State*________________ W, 3-1 4-23_ __Texas State*_____________ L, 4-6 (10) 4-24_ __Texas State*________________ W, 7-1 5-8_____at Northwestern St.*_ _________L, 1-5 5-8_____at Northwestern St.*_ _________L, 0-1 5-9_____at Northwestern St.*_ _______ W, 4-0 % Hotel Encanto Invitational (Las Cruces, N.M.) # Marriott Houston Invitational (Houston) ^ UTSA Roadrunner Invitational (San Antonio)

Ammons, Erika_ ____________ 1997 Anderson, Amber___________ 2009 Balch, Whitney_____________ 2008 Barnes, Sommer_ ________ 1996-99 Barnett, Laura___________ 1994-96 Beesley, Caasi______________ 1997 Beeson, Samantha_______ 2010 Bell, Brittany_____________ 2007-08 Berger, Cindy____________ 1993-96 Blackburn, Emily____________ 2010 Blake, Kristy_____________ 1994-96 Blake, Lindsey_________ 1999-2000 Bonner, Shannon_________ 1992-93 Briggs, Denise_________ 1998-2001 Briggs, Monica________ 1998-2001 Brownlee, Christy__ 2000, 2002-04 Buras, Krystal____________ 2002-03 Campbell, Jennifer_ _________ 1993 Campbell, Michelle__________ 1996 Cantu, Rudi_ ____________ 2007-10 Cantu, Brittany______________ 2006 Carruth, Celeste_____________ 2010 Casiano, Enjoli__________ 2000-03 Cato, Kelly______________ 2007-10 Chapman, Chelsey_______ 2007-10 Chavez, Kim_ ___________ 2006-08 Clark, Teela________________ 1996 Conn, Crystal ___________ 1997-98 Connor, Christy_____________ 2000 Cunningham, Cathy______ 1996-97 Davis, Jennifer_____ 2001, 2003-05 Drake, Jennifer___________ 1995-98 Elliott, Samantha_________ 1992-95 Ellison, Jessica___________ 2002-05 Els, Jessica______________ 2003-06 Garcia, Jenny_ __________ 2003-05 Garcia, Laura_ _____________ 2005 Garza, Catherine________ 2004-07 Graham, Angela_______ 2001-2002

Gibson, Krystal__________ 2002-05 Gillespie, Stacey_________ 2003-06 Glazener, Melisa____________ 1992 Goff, Nikki_______________ 2010 Gonzales, Betty__________ 1993-94 Gonzales, Cynthia_______ 1997-98 Gonzales, Kim______________ 2010 Guerrero, Kathy_________ 1992-93 Guevara, Krystal_________ 2004-05 Haltom, Jenn__________ 1999-2002 Hare, Sonya________________ 1992 Hayes, Lee____________ 1999-2000 Henderson, Wendi__________ 1993 Hessel, Mercedes________ 2007-08 Holmes, Danyé_______ 2008-10 Horton, Amanda_________ 2003-06 Humpal, Emily_______ 2009-10 Ivy, Caitlyn___________ 2009-10 Jones, Kourtney__________ 2007-08 Kappler, Ashley______ 2009-10 Kappler, Kristin______ 2008-10 Krutsinger, Shelby________ 1995-98 Little, Laura__________ 2009-10 Long, Ashley_ ___________ 2004-05 Luke, Rosalind___________ 1993-96 Luksa, Morgan_______ 2009-10 Mach, Stacey____________ 1992-95 Mangusso, Anne____________ 1996 Mares, Ursula_ __________ 2004-06 Mathis, Pondray_________ 1992-95 Martin, Stacy____________ 2001-03 Martinez, Heather________ 1997-98 Massiatte, Lynn________ 1997-2000 Maxwell, Suzie__________ 1993-95 McDougle, Renee________1997, 98 McElyea, Michelle______ 1999-2002 McQueen, Jennifer__________ 2005 Michalsky, Amanda____ 1997-2000 Miller, Cassie____________ 2007-10

Montano, Deborah_______ 1997-98 Moseley, Melissa____________ 2002 Murray, Aimee___________ 2004-07 Nelson, Tammy__________ 2002-04 Nickels, Janeille__________ 2007-08 Nikolenko, Amanda______ 2005-08 Ohnheiser, Tiffany___________ 2001 O’Neil, Shannon_________ 1992-93 Ormsby, Serena_ ___________ 2001 Ortiz, Hope_____________ 2004-06 Oswald, Ashley________ 1998-2001 Perry, Lindsay____________ 2007-08 Pierucci, Alicia_________ 1998-2001 Polansky, Brooke_________ 2000-01 Polhamus, Heather_______ 2002-03 Prado, Merry____________ 2000-01 Rackley, Rachel__________ 2006-07 Risberg, Leanne__________ 2006-09 Rogers, Jessica_____ 2003-05, 2007 Ruffino, Darcy___________1994, 95 Saenz, Jessica______________ 2005 Siler, Marci___________ 2001-2002 Simpson, Stevi___________ 2004-06 Sitka, Krista_____________ 2007-10 Skipper, Amy____________ 1996-99 Smithey, Aubree_ ________ 2002-03 Solis, Rachel_____________ 1992-95 Steadman, Shannon______ 1993-96 Taylor, Ginger______________ 1996 Torres, Mel______________ 2005-06 Trujillo, Tamieka_____________ 2006 Upton, Becky____________ 1992-95 Walker, Joyce_ _____________ 1992 Wehmeyer, Kristin___________ 2009 Whitley, Paige___________ 2000-02 Zapalac, Julee______________ 1993 Bold denotes current players

All-Time Head Coaches

* Southland Conference game

Chickie Mason

1992-98 182-167-1 (.521)

Corrie Hill

1999-2005 221-180-1 (.551)

Lori Cook

2006-2010 141-128 (.524)

S o u t h l a n d C o n f e r e n c e Champions 2004 • 2005 • 2006


Conference Championship Teams 2004 Southland Conference Regular Season & Tournament Champions Head Coach: Corrie Hill Assistant Coaches: Lori Cook, Stephanie Hughes, James Wilson Players: Amanda Horton, Tammy Nelson, Stacey Gillespie, Aimee Murray, Jessica Els, Krystal Guevara, Jessica Ellison, Ursula Mares, Jenny Garcia, Christy Brownlee, Catherine Garza, Krystal Gibson, Jessica Rogers, Hope Ortiz, Jennifer Davis, Stevi Simpson, Ashley Long

2005 Southland Conference Regular Season Champions Head Coach: Corrie Hill Assistant Coaches: Lori Cook, Stephanie Hughes, James Wilson Players: Mel Torres, Amanda Horton, Stacey Gillespie, Aimee Murray, Jessica Els, Krystal Guevara, Amanda Nikolenko, Jessica Ellison, Ursula Mares, J.J. McQueen, Jenny Garcia, Catherine Garza, Laura Garcia, Krystal Gibson, Jessica Rogers, Jessica Saenz, Hope Ortiz, Jennifer Davis, Stevi Simpson, Ashley Long

Head Coach: Lori Cook Assistant Coaches: Stephanie Hughes, Michelle Cheatham Players: Mel Torres, Amanda Horton, Kelly Cato, Brittany Cantu, Rachel Rackley, Stacey Gillespie, Aimee Murray, Jessica Els, Leanne Risberg, Amanda Nikolenko, Ursula Mares, Catherine Garza, Jessica Rogers, Hope Ortiz, Stevi Simpson, Kim Chavez, Tamieka Trujillo

S o u t h l a n d C o n f e r e n c e Champions 2004 • 2005 • 2006

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2 0 1 1 UTSA R o a d r u n n e r s

#1 • Siera Sproul 5-7 • Fr.-HS • OF Liberty Hill, Texas

#9 • Shelby Ruderman

#2 • Carrie Monroe 5-9 • Sr.-TR • SS Austin, Texas

5-10 • Jr.-2L • SS/1B Huntington, Texas

#4 • Caitlyn Ivy

#5 • Courtney Buchman

#7 • Ashley Kappler

5-5 • Fr.-HS • INF Katy, Texas

5-7 • Jr.-2L • C/INF Lake Jackson, Texas

5-10 • Fr.-HS • C Splendora, Texas

5-11 • Fr.-HS • P/1B San Antonio, Texas

#10 • Jori Fox

#11 • Laura Little

#12 • Alaina Byars

#13 • Nikki Goff

#17 • Danyé Holmes

#20 • Corley Call

#22 • Molly Fichtner

#24 • Emily Humpal

#30 • Samantha Beeson

5-9 • Sr.-3L • P/UT Sugar Land, Texas

5-9 • Jr.-TR • C/UT Splendora, Texas

5-8 • Jr.-2L • UT Spring, Texas

5-2 • Fr.-HS • C Houston, Texas

5-9 • Jr.-TR • C/UT Deer Park, Texas

6-1 • Sr.-2L • P/1B Corpus Christi, Texas

5-9 • Jr.-1L • 3B Leander, Texas

5-9 • So.-1L • 1B Austin, Texas

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would like to thank

Mizuno #33 • Kristin Kappler

#34 • Morgan Luksa

#36 • Katy Akins

Stephanie Huges

Michelle Cheatham

Brittany Cantu

5-7 • Sr.-3L • 3B Lake Jackson, Texas

Interim Head Coach

5-7 • Jr.-2L • P/OF League City, Texas

Assistant Coach

5-10 • Fr.-HS • P Austin, Texas

for its continued support.

Volunteer Coach

S o u t h l a n d C o n f e r e n c e Champions 2004 • 2005 • 2006


2011 UTSA Roadrunners

(l-r): Kristin Kappler, Corley Call, Jori Fox, Haylee Staton, Alaina Byars, Courtney Buchman, Emily Humpal, Laura Little, Caitlyn Ivy, Siera Sproul, Danyé Holmes, Molly Fichtner, Shelby Ruderman, Ashley Kappler, Nikki Goff, Morgan Luksa, Samantha Beeson, Carrie Monroe.

2011 Schedule Date

Opponent

Feb. 11

vs. Illinois

Feb. 11

vs.

Feb. 12

at

!

McNeese State !

Baylor !

Time (CT)

Date

10 a.m.

March 20 Sam Houston State *

noon

12:30 p.m.

March 26

at

McNeese State (DH)*

1/3 p.m.

12:30 p.m.

March 27

at

McNeese State *

noon

Opponent

Time (CT)

Feb. 12 TBA ! TBA

March 30 Houston Baptist (DH)

2/4 p.m.

Feb. 13 TBA ! TBA

April 2 UT Arlington (DH) *

1/3 p.m.

Feb. 18

vs.

Feb. 18

at

Syracuse #

11 a.m.

April 3 UT Arlington *

noon

6 p.m.

April 5 Texas Southern (DH)

3/5 p.m.

Feb. 19

vs.Louisville

11 a.m.

April 9

at

Southeastern Louisiana (DH) *

3/5 p.m.

Feb. 19

vs.

Syracuse #

6 p.m.

April 10

at

Southeastern Louisiana *

noon

Feb. 20

vs.

Feb. 25

at

Louisville #

11 a.m.

April 13

at

Houston Baptist (DH)

2/4 p.m.

North Texas

6 p.m.

April 16 Central Arkansas (DH) *

1/3 p.m.

March 1

at

Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (DH) *

1/3 p.m.

April 17 Central Arkansas *

noon

March 2

at

Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (DH) *

noon

April 20

5 p.m.

Alabama # #

at

Baylor

March 5 Northwestern State (DH) *

1/3 p.m.

April 22 Nicholls (DH) *

1/3 p.m.

March 6 Northwestern State *

noon

April 23 Nicholls *

noon

March 9

at

Texas A&M

6:30 p.m.

April 26

at

Texas

6:30 p.m.

March 12

at

Stephen F. Austin (DH) *

1/3 p.m.

April 29

at

Texas State (DH) *

5/7 p.m.

March 13

at

Stephen F. Austin *

noon

April 30

at

Texas State *

5 p.m.

March 16

at

Texas Southern (DH)

3/5 p.m.

May 12-14 Southland Conference Tournament (Huntsville)

March 19 Sam Houston State (DH) *

1/3 p.m.

Home games in orange • schedule subject to change (check goUTSA.com for latest schedule) • (DH) - doubleheader ! - Getterman Classic (Waco, Texas) • # - Bama Bash (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) • * - Southland Conference game

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2011 UTSA Softball Media Guide

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