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ABOUT THE WAC

2010 WAC SOFTBALL DIRECTORY BOISE STATE

www.broncosports.com

THE SCHOOLS

www.nmstatesports.com

Mailing Address Sports Information 1910 University Drive Boise, ID 83725-1020

Mailing Address Athletic Media Relations MSC 3145, P.O. Box 30001 Las Cruces, NM 88003-8001

Gene Bleymaier, Athletics Director ........................................................ (208) 426-1826 Christina Van Tol, Associate AD/SWA..................................................... (208) 426-1655 Erin Thorpe, Head Coach ........................................................................... (208) 426-4899 Press Box .......................................................................................................... (208) 344-2336 Steven Olveda, Softball Contact [Cell: (916) 521-7481] .................. (208) 426-1106 FAX ..................................................................................................................... (208) 426-3361 E-Mail Address ................................................................. stevenolveda@boisestate.edu

McKinley Boston, Athletics Director ...................................................... (575) 646-7630 Maria Roth, Associate AD/SWA................................................................ (575) 646-4048 Kathy Rodolph, Head Coach..................................................................... (575) 646-5793 Press Box .......................................................................................................... (575) 646-2883 Jeremy Strachan, SID [Cell: (517) 749-3088] ....................................... (575) 646-3269 FAX ..................................................................................................................... (575) 646-2099 E-Mail Address ................................................................................................. jls@nmsu.edu

FRESNO STATE

WAC RECORDS & HISTORY

NEW MEXICO STATE

www.gobulldogs.com

SAN JOSE STATE

www.sjsuspartans.com

Mailing Address Athletic Media Relations 1510 E. Shaw, Suite 103 Fresno, CA 93740

Mailing Address Media Services One Washington Square San Jose, CA 95192

Thomas Boeh, Athletics Director ............................................................ (559) 244-5641 Betsy Mosher, Associate AD/SWA ........................................................... (559) 278-5716 Margie Wright, Head Coach ...................................................................... (559) 278-4453 Press Box .......................................................................................................... (559) 389-1831 Alyssa Chambers, SID [Cell: (559) 389-1831]....................................... (559) 244-5612 FAX ..................................................................................................................... (559) 244-6032 E-Mail Address ....................................................................... achambers@csufresno.edu

Tom Bowen, Athletics Director ................................................................ (408) 924-1200 TBA, Senior Associate AD/SWA................................................................ (408) 924-1206 Peter Turner, Head Coach .......................................................................... (408) 924-1253 Press Box ................................................................................................................................ N/A Amy Villa, SID [Cell: (408) 421-8604] ...................................................... (408) 924-1216 FAX ..................................................................................................................... (408) 924-1291 E-Mail Address ........................................................................................amy.villa@sjsu.edu

HAWAI‘I

www.hawaiiathletics.com

UTAH STATE

www.utahstateaggies.com

Mailing Address Media Relations 1337 Lower Campus Road Honolulu, HI 96822-2312

Mailing Address Athletic Media Relations 7400 Old Main Hill Logan, UT 84322

Jim Donovan, Athletics Director ............................................................. (808) 956-7301 Marilyn Moniz-Kaho’ohanohano, Associate AD/SWA ..................... (808) 956-4499 Bob Coolen, Head Coach ........................................................................... (808) 956-4506 Press Box ................................................................................................................................ N/A Kara Nishimura, SID [Cell: (808) 497-0638] .......................................... (808) 956-5087 FAX ..................................................................................................................... (808) 956-4470 E-Mail Address ...................................................................................... karakn@hawaii.edu

Scott Barnes, Athletics Director............................................................... (435) 797-2060 Jana Doggett, Senior Associate AD ....................................................... (435) 797-2615 Carissa Millsap-Kalaba, Head Coach ...................................................... (435) 797-0553 Press Box .......................................................................................................... (435) 757-3067 Kara Fisher, SID [Cell: (435) 757-8184] ................................................... (435) 797-1361 FAX ..................................................................................................................... (435) 797-2615 E-Mail Address .................................................................................... kara.irving@usu.edu

LOUISIANA TECH

www.latechsports.com

WAC

www.wacsports.com

Mailing Address Athletic Media Relations Thomas Assembly Center, Room 161 Ruston, LA 71270

Mailing Address 9250 E. Costilla Ave. Suite 300 Englewood, CO 80112

Bruce Van De Velde, Athletics Director ................................................. (318) 257-4111 Mary Kay Hungate, Associate AD/SWA................................................. (318) 257-4111 Sarah Dawson, Head Coach ...................................................................... (318) 257-4111 Press Box .......................................................................................................... (318) 614-4513 Malcolm Butler, SID [Cell: (318) 614-4513] .......................................... (318) 257-3144 FAX ..................................................................................................................... (318) 257-3757 E-Mail Address .................................................................................... mbutler@latech.edu

Karl Benson, Commissioner ...................................................................... (303) 799-9221 Connie Hurlbut, Senior Associate Commissioner/SWA .................. (303) 962-4205 Hope Shuler, Director, Media Relations ............................................... (303) 962-4213 Shuler’s Cell Phone....................................................................................... (303) 999-6380 Shuler’s Home Phone.................................................................................. (303) 671-4427 FAX ..................................................................................................................... (303) 799-3888 E-Mail Address ...........................................................................................hshuler@wac.org

NEVADA

www.nevadawolfpack.com

Mailing Address Athletics Media Services Legacy Hall, Mail Stop 232 Reno, NV 89557-0110 Cary Groth, Athletics Director .................................................................. (775) 682-6970 Rhonda Lundin, Associate AD/SWA....................................................... (775) 682-6981 Matt Meuchel, Head Coach....................................................................... (775) 682-6925 Press Box ................................................................................................................................ N/A Chad Hartley, SID [Cell: (775) 229-5513]............................................... (775) 682-6982 FAX ..................................................................................................................... (775) 784-4386 E-Mail Address ..........................................................................................hartleyc@unr.edu

2010 WAC SOFTBALL MEDIA GUIDE


2010 WAC SOFTBALL WAC standings, statistics, championships information, school links and more are available on the Internet at: www.wacsports.com

MEDIA CENTER

The WAC’s Web site (wacsports.com) includes a link on the home page to the Media Center. From there, links to media guides, notes, teleconferences, logos, images and other information can be found.

TABLE OF CONTENTS WAC

School Directory.....................................................IBC WAC Staff Directory................................................... 1 Play Up........................................................................... 2 WAC Member Profiles........................................... 3-6 WAC History.............................................................. 8-9 WAC Timeline...................................................... 10-11 WAC Commissioner.................................................12 WAC Staff.............................................................. 12-13 WAC SAAC...................................................................14 WAC Championships Calendar............................15 Team Sport Summary.............................................15 WAC Softball Notebook.................................. 16-19

Western Athletic Conference

9250 E. Costilla Ave., Suite 300 Englewood, CO 80112-3662 Phone: (303) 799-9221 FAX: (303) 799-3888

Western Athletic Conference 9250 E. Costilla Ave., Suite 300 • Englewood, CO 80112-3662 Phone: (303) 799-9221 Fax: (303) 799-3888 Karl Benson, Commissioner.....................................................................(303) 792-3199............ kbenson@wac.org Jeff Hurd, Senior Associate Commissioner.........................................(303) 962-4216.................. jhurd@wac.org Connie Hurlbut, Senior Associate Commissioner/SWA.................(303) 962-4205............ churlbut@wac.org Anthony Archbald, Asst. Commissioner/Compliance....................(303) 962-4211.........aarchbald@wac.org David Chaffin, Asst. Commissioner/Communications & Tech.........(303) 962-4212............ dchaffin@wac.org Mollie Lehman, Director of Business & Operations.........................(303) 962-4215..........mlehman@wac.org Elizabeth Kampfe, Director of Championships.................................(303) 962-4214............ekampfe@wac.org Vicky Foster, Director of Graphic Design & Publications.....................(303) 962-4207............... vfoster@wac.org Megan Allen, Director of Marketing.....................................................(303) 962-4204............... mallen@wac.org Jason Erickson, Director of Media Relations......................................(303) 962-4206........... jerickson@wac.org Hope Shuler, Director of Media Relations..........................................(303) 962-4213.............. hshuler@wac.org Kathy Schild, Senior Executive Assistant.............................................(303) 962-4208...............kschild@wac.org

Records & History

2009 Team Statistics................................................52 2009 Statistical Leaders (All Games)........... 53-54 2009 Statistical Leaders (WAC Games)...... 55-56 Single-Season Records (WAC)...................... 57-58 Yearly Leaders..................................................... 59-63 Career Leaders...........................................................64 Single-Season Top 10....................................... 65-66 NCAA Statistics................................................... 67-69 WAC All-Time Standings................................. 70-73 Coaching Records....................................................74 WAC Honors........................................................ 75-84 NCAA Tournament History............................. 85-86 WAC Tournament History............................... 87-89 NFCA Polls............................................................ 90-91 2010 Composite Schedule............................. 92-94

Credits

The 2010 WAC Softball Media guide is compiled and published by the WAC office with the assistance and cooperation of the conference’s sports information directors and their staffs.

WAC RECORDS & HISTORY

WAC STAFF DIRECTORY

Boise State........................................................... 20-23 Fresno State......................................................... 24-27 Hawai‘i................................................................... 28-31 Louisiana Tech.................................................... 32-35 Nevada.................................................................. 36-39 New Mexico State.............................................. 40-43 San Jose State..................................................... 44-47 Utah State............................................................ 48-51

THE SCHOOLS

The Schools

ABOUT THE WAC

WAC Website

Editor Hope Shuler Layout and Design Vicky Foster

SUPERVISORS OF OFFICIALS Jim Blackwood, Football.........................................(972) 203-6019.......................jim.blackwood@sbcglobal.net Alan Suzuki, Volleyball.............................................(303) 741-3565...............................................asuzuki@wac.org Dan Keohane, Women’s Soccer............................(650) 343-4947.......................................... dkeohane@aol.com Bobby Dibler, Men’s Basketball............................(915) 598-6286......................................diblerb@sbcglobal.net Kaye Garms, Women’s Basketball........................(303) 238-4630...............................................kgarms@wac.org Dan Pedersen, Baseball...........................................(619) 368-8228......................................... dpedersen@wac.org Dave Neidlinger, Softball........................................(303) 755-1192..................................topofficial@comcast.net

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ABOUT THE WAC

WAC PLAY UP STATE HAWAI‘I IDAHO LOUISIANA TECH NEVADA NEW BOISE STATE FRESNO SAN JOSE STATE UTAH STATE BOISE STATE FRESNO STATE HAWAI‘I IDAHO L NEVADA NEW MEXICO STATE SAN JOSE STATE UTAH STATE BOISE STATE F HAWAI‘I IDAHO LOUISIANA TECH NEVADA NEW MEXICO STATE SAN JOSE STA BOISE STATE FRESNO STATE HAWAI‘I IDAHO LOUISIANA TECH NEVADA NEW SAN JOSE STATE UTAH STATE BOISE STATE FRESNO STATE HAWAI‘I IDAHO L NEVADA NEW MEXICO STATE SAN JOSE STATE UTAH STATE BOISE STATE F HAWAI‘I IDAHO LOUISIANA TECH NEVADA NEW MEXICO STATE SAN JOSE STA IDAHO Moscow, Idaho BOISE STATE FRESNO STATE HAWAI‘I IDAHO LOUISIANA TECH NEVADA NEW STATE SAN JOSE STATE UTAH STATE BOISE BOISE FRESNO STATE HAWAI‘I IDAHO L Boise, IdahoSTATE NEVADA NEW MEXICO STATE SAN JOSE STATE UTAH STATE BOISE STATE F NEVADA HAWAI‘I IDAHO LOUISIANA TECH NEVADA NEW MEXICO STATE SAN JOSE STA Reno, Nev. UTAH STATE BOISE STATE FRESNO STATE HAWAI‘I NEVADA NEW Logan, Utah IDAHO WAC LOUISIANA TECH SAN JOSE STATE Denver, Colo. SAN JOSE STATE UTAH BOISE STATE FRESNO STATE HAWAI‘I IDAHO L San Jose,STATE Calif. NEVADA NEWFRESNO MEXICO SAN JOSE STATE UTAH STATE BOISE STATE F STATE STATE Fresno, Calif. HAWAI‘I IDAHO LOUISIANA TECH NEVADA NEW MEXICO STATE SAN JOSE STA BOISE STATE FRESNO STATE HAWAI‘I IDAHO LOUISIANA TECH NEVADA NEW SAN JOSE STATE UTAH STATE BOISE STATE FRESNO STATE HAWAI‘I IDAHO L NEVADA NEW MEXICO STATE SAN JOSE STATE UTAH STATE BOISE STATE F HAWAI‘I IDAHO LOUISIANA TECH NEVADA NEW MEXICO STATE SAN JOSE STA NEW MEXICO STATE LOUISIANA TECH HAWAI‘I Las Cruces, N.M. Ruston, La. BOISE STATE FRESNO STATE HAWAI‘I IDAHO LOUISIANA TECH NEVADA NEW Honolulu, Hawaii SAN JOSE STATE UTAH STATE BOISE STATE FRESNO STATE HAWAI‘I IDAHO L NEVADA NEW MEXICO STATE SAN JOSE STATE UTAH STATE BOISE STATE F WAC SCHOOLS COMMITNEW TO IMPROVEMENT HAWAI‘I IDAHO LOUISIANA TECH NEVADA MEXICO STATE SAN JOSE STA nine members of the Western Athletic Conference are committed to growingNEVADA their athletic BOISE STATE FRESNO The BOISE STATE STATE HAWAI‘I IDAHO LOUISIANA TECH NEW programs from good to great and from great to exemplary. In no time since the WAC’s founding in STATE has the membership so supportive of a league direction SANFRESNO JOSE STATE UTAH1962, STATE BOISEbeen STATE FRESNO STATEor idea. HAWAI‘I IDAHO L HAWAI‘I NEVADA NEW MEXICO JOSE STATE BOISE STATE F On eachSTATE campus, WAC SAN schools are making great strides UTAH to improveSTATE both athletically and academically. Whether that means better facilities, better academic support, or more financial and personIDAHO HAWAI‘I IDAHO LOUISIANA NEVADA MEXICO STATE SANWhat JOSE STA nel resources,TECH all WAC schools are making newNEW commitments to their athletic departments. LOUISIANA TECH means for prospective and current student-athletes is a concerted TECH effort to makeNEVADA their college BOISE STATE FRESNO this STATE HAWAI‘I IDAHO LOUISIANA NEW athletic experience more rewarding and fulfilling. NEVADA

NEW MEXICO STATE SAN JOSE STATE UTAH STATE

Play Up is not a slogan. It is a reminder and a promise to do the little things to get better each day. Whether that is working towards a personal goal, a team goal, or an institutional goal, Play Up is a league-wide commitment to get better. For some schools, the starting point of this improvement is higher than for other schools. Regardless of the starting point, each school is improving both academically and athletically. As for the WAC staff, it is committed to cultivating success among its members, while also increasing exposure and revenue. Concurrently, it is also upgrading the college athletic experience for all of its student-athletes.

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BOISE STATE Academic: Boise State is the largest university in Idaho with over 19,000 students. As a metropolitan research university, more than 200 academic programs are offered within the colleges of Arts and Sciences, Business and Economics, Education, Engineering, Health Sciences, and Social Sciences and Public Affairs. A Boise State educator has been named as the Idaho Professor of the Year 11 times since 1990 by the Carnegie Foundation.

MEN’S SPORTS: Basketball, Cross Country, Football, Golf, Tennis, Indoor/Outdoor Track & Field, Wrestling WOMEN’S SPORTS: Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Gymnastics, Soccer, Softball, Swimming & Diving, Tennis, Indoor/Outdoor Track & Field, Volleyball

Location: Boise, Idaho Nickname: Broncos Joined WAC: 2001

FRESNO STATE Academic: Fresno State has gained positive regional, national and international attention for its commitment to growth and progress as it transforms itself into one of the nation’s premier regional public universities. The most visible evidence on campus of Fresno State’s dynamic change is the renovation of the Henry Madden Library, already the academic cornerstone of the campus and the largest academic library between Sacramento and Los Angeles. Improvements will greatly expand the library’s ability to serve students, scholars and the general public and make room for more special collections. Athletic: Fresno State has won consecutive WAC Commissioner’s Cups thanks to excellent broad-based programs, five of which won WAC Championships in 2008-09: women’s soccer, women’s basketball, women’s tennis, softball and baseball. The Bulldog women’s tennis team won its eighth consecutive WAC title and advanced to the NCAA sweet 16 for the third straight year. The Bulldog football team reached a bowl game for the ninth time in the last 10 years, making its first appearance in the New Mexico Bowl. Among the outstanding accomplishments of its student-athletes, baseball player Tom Mendonca was named an All-American, finalist for national player of the year and WAC Player of the Year. Two track and field athletes (Sharon Ayala and Latrisha Jordan) won All-America honors at the NCAA championships and Fresno State’s women’s doubles team of Renata Kucerkova and Anastasia Petukova were named the International Tennis Association (ITA) National Doubles Team of the Year. MEN’S SPORTS: Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country, Football, Golf, Tennis, Indoor/Outdoor Track & Field

WAC RECORDS & HISTORY

Athletic: Just B is a new branding campaign initiated this year by Boise State Athletics. The concept is based on promoting the core values of the entire athletic department, and ties in graphically with the Bronco font style of the letter “B”. Everything it means to be a Bronco is defined through the Just B campaign, with key phrases like B Proud, B True, B Committed, B Positive, B Champions inter-mixed with broadband, print, video and community related projects. The campaign also involves fan connection with a B There phase that encourages attendance and support at all Boise State events.

Location: Fresno, Calif. Nickname: Bulldogs Joined WAC: 1992

WOMEN’S SPORTS: Basketball, Cross Country, Equestrian, Golf, Lacrosse, Soccer, Swimming & Diving, Tennis, Indoor/Outdoor Track & Field, Volleyball

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HAWAI‘I Academic: University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa graduate programs at the Shidler College of Business, Library and Information Sciences, and College of Education were recognized for excellence in U.S. News and World Report’s “America’s Best Graduate Schools 2010.” The Richardson School of Law and John A. Burns School of Medicine are among the nation’s leaders in diversity of faculty and students – mirroring Hawai‘i’s population and allowing for a more enriched learning environment. In addition, classified by the Carnegie Foundation as having “very high research activity,” UH Mānoa is ranked among the top 30 public universities in federal research funding for engineering and science, and 49th overall, by the National Science Foundation (NSF).

Location: Honolulu, Hawaii Nickname: Warriors/ Rainbows/Wahine Joined WAC: 1979

Athletic: UH Athletics completed the 2008-09 season with WAC Championships in two sports; women’s volleyball and men’s tennis. In addition, nine teams or individuals posted Top 10 national finishes. Eight UH athletes were named All-Americans while nine others took home all-region honors. UH also had four WAC Players of the Year, three WAC Freshmen of the Year, one WAC Coach of the Year and a total of 29 all-conference honorees. The football team qualified for its third straight bowl appearance. The women’s volleyball team won its 13th consecutive WAC title. The soccer team boasted both the Offensive and Defensive Players of the Year. MEN’S SPORTS: Baseball, Basketball, Football, Golf, Swimming & Diving, Tennis, Volleyball WOMEN’S SPORTS: Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Sailing, Soccer, Softball, Swimming & Diving, Tennis, Indoor/Outdoor Track & Field, Volleyball, Water Polo

IDAHO Academic: The University of Idaho is one of the leading public universities in the Northwest and has become known for its academic excellence, exceptional student living and learning environment, outstanding creative and research opportunities, and proven track record of high-achieving graduates. Idaho ranks second among regional peers for enrolling new National Merit Scholars. Fall 2008 enrollment included 26 new National Merit Finalist Scholars – the top 1 percent of the nation’s high-school graduates – in the freshman class. More than 1,900 Idaho students enrolled in 87 service-learning courses and provided more than 100,000 hours of service during the 2008-09 academic year. That led to Idaho being named to the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll for exemplary service efforts for the third year in a row.

Location: Moscow, Idaho Nickname: Vandals Joined WAC: 2005

Athletic: The face of Vandal Athletics changes this fall with the replacement of the solid west wall of the landmark Kibbie Dome with translucent glass panels – the first of a phased remodel of the 35-year-old facility. In 2008-09, three Vandals earned ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America awards in 2009, as football player T.J. Conley and cross country/track and field athletes Allix Lee-Painter and Jonathan Marler earned the national recognition. Idaho women’s basketball coach Jon Newlee was chosen 2009 WAC Coach of the Year after leading the Vandal women to the NCAA’s fifth-best turnaround last season. Vandal student-athletes earned 114 Academic All-WAC awards during the 2008-09 season. In 2008-09, Vandal athletes earned two WAC Athlete of the Year, four WAC Freshman of the Year and one WAC Newcomer of the Year award for their respective sports. MEN’S SPORTS: Basketball, Cross Country, Football, Golf, Tennis, Indoor/Outdoor Track & Field WOMEN’S SPORTS: Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Soccer, Swimming & Diving, Tennis, Indoor/Outdoor Track & Field, Volleyball

LOUISIANA TECH Academic: For the second consecutive year, Louisiana Tech ranks No. 1 in the state of Louisiana and No. 1 in the WAC in graduation rate among student-athletes (2008 Federal Graduation Rate Report). Tech was ranked No. 3 in the country by Small Times Magazine for Nanotechnology Education. Tech also boasts the world’s first recipient of a bachelor’s degree in nano-systems engineering as the university was the first to offer the bachelor of science degree.

Location: Ruston, La. Nickname: Bulldogs/ Lady Techsters Joined WAC: 2001

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Athletic: Louisiana Tech enters an unprecedented era of change as illustrated by more than $50 million of facility improvements that have either been finalized within the last year or that are currently underway. Included in these facility improvements are new tennis courts, a new track, a new bowling alley, new stadium seats, a new high definition video display scoreboard at Joe Aillet Stadium, new student apartments and a new Olympic-sized swimming pool. The Bulldog football team captured the 2008 Independence Bowl title, the first bowl victory in more than three decades. The Lady Techster track and field team won their fifth straight WAC outdoor title and their fourth indoor title in the last five years. MEN’S SPORTS: Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country, Football, Golf, Indoor/Outdoor Track & Field WOMEN’S SPORTS: Basketball, Bowling, Cross Country, Soccer, Softball, Tennis, Indoor/Outdoor Track & Field, Volleyball

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NEVADA Academic: Founded in 1874 as Nevada’s land-grant university, the University of Nevada features more than 170 degree programs and is home to the state’s School of Medicine. The university experience at Nevada has been transformed in recent years with the opening of the 167,000-square foot Joe Crowley Student Union in 2007 and the 295,000-square foot Mathewson-IGT Knowledge Center, one of the country’s exemplar library facilities in the digital age, in 2008. Construction continues on the Center for Molecular Medicine and the Davidson Mathematics and Science Center, both opening in 2010. Athletic: The Wolf Pack is in the midst of one of the most successful eras in school history. Nevada has won 19 WAC regular-season and tournament championships in its nine years as a member of the league. Graduation rates continue to climb as 71 student-athletes graduated during the 2008-09 academic year. The athletics department recently opened the Marguerite Wattis Petersen Foundation Academic Center, the final project in the E.L. Cord Foundation Academic and Athletics Performance Complex, a 46,000-square foot facility designed provide Wolf Pack student-athletes with top-notch resources in all support areas.

WOMEN’S SPORTS: Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Skiing Soccer, Softball, Swimming & Diving, Tennis, Indoor/Outdoor Track & Field, Volleyball

Location: Reno, Nev. Nickname: Wolf Pack Joined WAC: 2000

Mixed: Rifle

NEW MEXICO STATE

Athletic: The women’s volleyball team won a share of the 2008-09 regular season title, finished the conference tournament in second place, and advanced to the NCAA Volleyball Tournament for the fifth time in the last six seasons. The Aggie men’s golf team won its third WAC Championship in four years in 2008-09. The NM State swimming and diving team placed third at the WAC Championships, the highest finish ever at a conference meet, while Maria Spies became the first swimmer in school history to make the NCAA meet. In football, both Chris Williams and Derrick Richardson were named to an All-America team in 2008. The Aggie softball team finished the 2009 season with the nation’s best team batting average. Baseball made the WAC Championship game, while breaking the school record for most home runs and wins in a season. MEN’S SPORTS: Basketball, Cross Country, Football, Golf, Tennis, Indoor/Outdoor Track & Field, Wrestling WOMEN’S SPORTS: Basketball, Cross Country, Equestrian, Golf, Soccer, Softball, Swimming & Diving, Tennis, Indoor/Outdoor Track & Field, Volleyball

Location: Las Cruces, N.M. Nickname: Aggies Joined WAC: 2005

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Academic: For the fourth year in a row, and eighth consecutive semester all of the NM State 16 sport teams (men’s & women’s) have remarkably averaged a cumulative grade point average of 3.00 or above. This past academic year also showcased 125 Aggies being recognized and honored as Academic All-WAC. Moreover, Karen Kaufman, a former student-athlete in the sport of swimming, received the highest honor the WAC presents for the Top Female Scholar-Athlete. Kaufman, was selected as the 2008 Stan Bates recipient as she was recognized for her outstanding athletic and academic accomplishments. Additionally, four Aggies were honored as Academic All-District and three Aggies were bestowed the highest academic honor a student-athlete can be awarded as they were crowned Academic All-Americans.

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MEN’S SPORTS: Baseball, Basketball, Football, Golf, Skiing, Tennis

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Academic: The oldest and one of the largest universities in the 23-campus California State University (CSU) system, SJSU attracts students from throughout California, the United States and 100 countries. For the past six years, San Jose State has been ranked among the top ten masters-level public universities in the West according to U.S. News & World Report. San Jose State provides more engineering, science and business graduates to Silicon Valley companies than any other college or university in the United States. More than 200 SJSU graduates have foundaed, co-founded, served or serve as senior executives or officers of public and private companies reporting annual sales between $40 million and $26 billion. Athletic: San Jose State University has won more NCAA team championships and Spartan student-athletes have captured more NCAA individual titles than any current Western Athletic Conference member. Football’s 2006 New Mexico Bowl win, 2009 WAC Championships in baseball and women’s golf, the women’s gymnastics team competing in three of the last four NCAA Regional Championships and the women’s water polo team consistently ranking among the nation’s top-10 programs are among the program’s recent competitive highlights. In each of the last two years, increasingly more student-athletes earned academic all-WAC recognition than ever before. Overall, approximately three dozen former San Jose State student-athletes are listed on professional sports teams’ rosters. Current top professionals include quarterback Jeff Garcia and kicker Joe Nedney; San Francisco Giants infielder Kevin Frandsen; golfers Arron Oberholser, Juli Inkster and Pat Hurst.

Location: San Jose, Calif. Nickname: Spartans Joined WAC: 1996

MEN’S SPORTS: Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country, Football, Golf, Soccer WOMEN’S SPORTS: Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Gymnastics, Soccer, Softball, Swimming & Diving, Tennis, Volleyball, Water Polo

UTAH STATE Academic: Founded March 8, 1888 as a land-grant institution called the Agricultural College of Utah. The name was later changed to the Utah State Agricultural College and in 1957 the institution became Utah State University. As the state’s land-grant university, USU occupies 7,000 acres throughout the state of Utah, 400 of which are on the Logan campus. USU also has 3 branch campuses (Brigham City, Tooele and Unitah Basin), 58 education centers and Extension offices in all of Utah’s 29 counties. National Rankings: 2nd in the nation in total research dollars received by a college: USU’s College of Education and Human Services (U.S. News and World Report: America’s Best Graduate Schools, 2008 edition). 26th in the nation overall against all graduate colleges of education (U.S. News and World Report: America’s Best Graduate Schools, 2008 edition). 1st in the nation as the safest U.S. metropolitan area (City Crime Rankings: Crime in Metropolitan America, 14th edition, November, 2007). 1st among all national public universities for graduates with least debt (U.S. News & World Report’s America’s Best Colleges, 2008 edition). No. 12 on Forbes Magazine’s “Best Small Places for Business and Careers,” 2007. (www.usu.edu/greats). One of top 10 “smartest schools” in nation for geeks (Popular Science Magazine, Sept. 2008). No. 7 in “25 Best Markets to Find a Job” on MSN Career Builder (Oct. 2008). Athletic: Utah State University won WAC Championships in men’s and women’s cross country, women’s soccer, men’s basketball, and men’s outdoor track and field during the 2008-09 academic year, while the Aggie men finished second during the indoor track season. USU’s volleyball and men’s golf teams placed fourth in the WAC during their seasons, as did both women’s track programs. Utah State also had plenty of success in the classroom as well, as its student-athletes traditionally rank among the best in the Western Athletic Conference with a 77 percent graduation success rate and a cumulative 3.04 grade-point average. During the 2008-09 academic year, USU had 181 student-athletes earn academic all-WAC honors and 150 were recognized at its annual Joe E. and Elma Whitesides Luncheon for earning a 3.2 or better GPA.

Location: Logan, Utah Nickname: Aggies Joined WAC: 2005

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MEN’S SPORTS: Basketball, Cross Country, Football, Golf, Tennis, Indoor/Outdoor Track & Field WOMEN’S SPORTS: Basketball, Cross Country, Gymnastics, Soccer, Softball, Tennis, Indoor/Outdoor Track & Field, Volleyball

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ABOUT THE WAC

WAC HISTORY SINCE 1962

In its 48th year, the Western Athletic Conference continues to evolve and features some of the nation’s best intercollegiate competition. One thing that remains unchanged is the persistent nature of the nine schools in the WAC to advance their programs to contend at the top levels of the NCAA. The WAC provides its student-athletes the chance to travel to scenic destinations and gain exposure in some of the nation’s most diverse markets. In addition, the WAC’s student-athletes work to achieve the highest levels of success with the academic support of their respective institutions.

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CONTINUED SUCCESS

The WAC has experienced tremendous success. The WAC has sent a total of 27 teams to bowl games since 2001, including more than half of its teams in 2008 with a record-tying five teams. Boise State has won 88 football games since joining the conference, the second most in the nation during that time span (2001-08). The conference sent teams to back-to-back BCS games as Hawai‘i earned a bid to the 2008 Sugar Bowl following Boise State’s unforgettable victory in the 2007 Fiesta Bowl. In men’s basketball, the WAC has sent at least two teams to the NCAA Tournament in 23 of the past 26 seasons. Every current school in the WAC has competed in the NCAA Tournament since 1990. In baseball, the WAC has boasted two national champions since 2003 including Fresno State’s College World Series victory in 2008. In women’s sports, Fresno State softball has competed in every NCAA Tournament ever held while Louisiana Tech basketball has played in all but three. Current WAC alums have made their presence felt as well. David Carr (Fresno State) was the first player selected in the 2002 NFL Draft. Cheryl Ford (Louisiana Tech) was named the WNBA Rookie of the Year and helped the Detroit Shock win the league’s championship in 2003. In 2004, the United States’ softball team won the Olympic gold medal with former Fresno State players Laura Berg and Lovie Jung. Jeff Weaver (Fresno State) earned the win in the St. Louis Cardinals’ World Series clinching victory in 2006. Quarterback Colt Brennan (Hawai‘i) finished third in the 2007 Heisman Trophy voting, and in 2008, Natasha Kai (Hawai‘i) helped the United States to a gold medal in soccer at the Olympics in Beijing.

Since the WAC’s inception, several changes have occurred. UTEP and Colorado State became members in September 1967, while Arizona and Arizona State withdrew on June 30, 1978. The WAC then added San Diego State (1978), Hawai‘i (1979) and Air Force (1980). Before 1990, the WAC sponsored championships only in men’s sports. However, a merger with the High Country Athletic Conference formed a single conference under one administrative structure, and the 1990-91 athletic year was the first in which both men and women competed under the WAC name. Fresno State was added in 1992, and then in 1996, the women’s programs from Air Force and Hawai‘i along with six new schools (UNLV, Rice, San Jose State, SMU, TCU and Tulsa) came into the WAC. Air Force, Brigham Young, Colorado State, UNLV, New Mexico, San Diego State, Utah and Wyoming withdrew on June 30, 1999. Nevada (2000), Boise State (2001) and Louisiana Tech (2001) were added while TCU withdrew following the 2000-01 season. The current membership was established on July 1, 2005, when Idaho, New Mexico State and Utah State joined the WAC after Rice, SMU, UTEP and Tulsa withdrew. The WAC has had just five commissioners in its history. Paul Brechler was named the first leader of the conference and held the position from 1962-1968. He was followed by Wiles Hallock (1968-71), Stan Bates (197180), Dr. Joe Kearney (1980-94) and Karl Benson (1994-present).

WAC CHAMPIONS

Presently, the WAC crowns team and individual champions in 19 sports – eight men’s and 11 women’s. For the men, there are championships in baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, tennis, indoor track and field and outdoor track and field. Championships for women are held in basketball, cross country, golf, gymnastics, soccer, softball, swimming and diving, tennis, indoor track and field, outdoor track and field and volleyball. The WAC office has been located in the Denver area since the conference’s inception with the exception of a two-year stay in Phoenix from 1964-66.

TELEVISION PRESENCE

In 2001, the WAC partnered with ESPN for coverage of football and basketball giving the conference national exposure from one of the most respected broadcast entities in the country. An extension was signed in 2008 that guarantees over 300 regular season WAC contests and 45 championship events will be aired on the ESPN networks through the spring of 2017. The WAC also officially added WAC.tv in 2006 to give fans streaming internet access to many of its postseason championships including volleyball, soccer, swimming and diving, basketball, gymnastics, softball and baseball.

HISTORICAL SIGNIFICANCE

The WAC is the sixth oldest among the nation’s 11 Division I-A conferences. Its history traces back to July 27, 1962, when the original six-team league of Arizona, Arizona State, Brigham Young, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming began competition. The first championship was held in November 1962, when Arizona won the men’s cross country title and New Mexico followed with the first WAC football title. Arizona finished second in the NCAA College World Series and, less than three years later, Arizona State claimed the league’s first NCAA title when the Sun Devils won the College World Series trophy. Fresno State was the last WAC school to earn an NCAA team title when it won the College World Series in 2008.

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WAC Founding Fathers Kneeling L-R: New Mexico FR Guido Daub, WAC SID Don Smith, BYU FR Dean Milton Hartvigsen. Sitting L-R: Wyoming FR Dean H.T. Person, ASU AD Clyde Smith, Arizona FR Tom Hall. Standing L-R: ASU FR Al Thomas, Utah FR Dean L. David Hiner, Utah AD Bud Jack, Wyoming AD Red Jacoby, New Mexico AD Pete McDavid, WAC Commissioner Paul Brechler.


NATIONAL CHAMPIONS 24 NCAA team titles have been won by the nine members of the WAC

Baseball 2008 Fresno State Women’s Basketball 1982 Louisiana Tech 1988 Louisiana Tech

Men’s Outdoor Track and Field 1964 Fresno State (II) 1969 San Jose State Women’s Volleyball 1982 Hawai‘i 1983 Hawai‘i 1987 Hawai‘i

Women’s Golf 1987 San Jose State 1989 San Jose State 1992 San Jose State Fresno State won the 2008 National Championship in baseball

PAST TEAM TITLES

Men’s Cross Country 1969 UTEP 1975 UTEP 1976 UTEP 1978 UTEP 1979 UTEP 1980 UTEP 1981 UTEP Women’s Cross Country 1997 Brigham Young Football 1984 Brigham Young

Men’s Golf 1981 Brigham Young 1998 UNLV Women’s Gymnastics 1992 Utah Men’s Indoor Track and Field 1974 UTEP 1975 UTEP 1976 UTEP 1978 UTEP 1980 UTEP 1981 UTEP 1982 UTEP Men’s Outdoor Track and Field 1970 Brigham Young 1975 UTEP 1977 Arizona State 1978 UTEP 1979 UTEP 1980 UTEP 1981 UTEP 1982 UTEP

Nevada (17) Boxing............................................................................. 2 Rifle.................................................................................. 1 Skiing.............................................................................. 5 Women’s Swimming and Diving........................... 3 Men’s Indoor Track..................................................... 1 Men’s Outdoor Track.................................................. 5 San Jose State (50) Boxing...........................................................................17 Men’s Fencing.............................................................. 1 Women’s Fencing....................................................... 1 Men’s Golf...................................................................... 2 Women’s Golf............................................................... 1 Men’s Tennis................................................................. 1 Men’s Indoor Track and Field.................................. 3 Men’s Outdoor Track and Field............................24 Utah State (6) Men’s Golf...................................................................... 1 Men’s Indoor Track and Field.................................. 2 Men’s Outdoor Track and Field.............................. 3

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Louisiana Tech (1) Men’s Outdoor Track and Field.............................. 1

Men’s Golf 1948 San Jose State

Baseball 1965 Arizona State 1967 Arizona State 1969 Arizona State 1976 Arizona 1977 Arizona State 2003 Rice

Fresno State (19) Men’s Indoor Track and Field.................................. 3 Women’s Indoor Track and Field........................... 2 Men’s Outdoor Track and Field............................10 Wrestling....................................................................... 4

Idaho (23) Boxing...........................................................................16 Skiing.............................................................................. 3 Men’s Outdoor Track and Field.............................. 3 Women’s Outdoor Track and Field....................... 1

Football 1973 Louisiana Tech (II) 1980 Boise State (I-AA)

33 NCAA team titles were won by former members of the WAC

Boise State (8) Skiing.............................................................................. 1 Men’s Indoor Track and Field.................................. 1 Women’s Indoor Track and Field........................... 1 Men’s Outdoor Track and Field.............................. 3 Wrestling....................................................................... 2

Hawai‘i (9) Boxing............................................................................. 3 Women’s Swimming and Diving........................... 4 Men’s Indoor Track and Field.................................. 1 Women’s Outdoor Track and Field....................... 1

Men’s Cross Country 1962 San Jose State 1963 San Jose State

Softball 1998 Fresno State

133 NCAA individual titles have been won by the nine teams in the WAC

THE SCHOOLS

Boxing 1940 Idaho 1941 Idaho 1950 Idaho 1958 San Jose State 1959 San Jose State 1960 San Jose State

Tennis 1968 Fresno State (II)

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NCAA TEAM TITLES

Boise State’s Eleni Kafourou won the long jump at the 2009 NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships

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ABOUT THE WAC

WAC TIMELINE July 27, 1962-The original charter for the Western Athletic Conference is signed by the presidents of the charter member universities. Paul Brechler is named the WAC’s first commissioner. Nov. 10, 1962-Arizona State wins the first WAC championship as it captures the cross country title. Dec. 19, 1964-Utah becomes the first school since the formation of the conference to participate in a bowl game as it defeats West Virginia, 32-6, in the Liberty Bowl. March 20, 1966-Utah becomes the first school to reach the NCAA Final Four, and Brigham Young captures the championship of the National Invitation Tournament. Sept. 20, 1967-UTEP becomes the WAC’s seventh member.

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Sept. 26, 1968-Colorado State becomes the WAC’s eighth member. Sept. 1, 1969-Wiles Hallock replaces Paul Brechler as commissioner. July 1, 1971-Stan Bates becomes the WAC’s third commissioner as he replaces Wiles Hallock. Dec. 27, 1971-The first Fiesta Bowl, originated to match the WAC champion against an at-large team, is played in Tempe, Ariz. Arizona State defeats Florida State, 45-38. Dec. 27, 1976-The Presidents’ Council receives official notification of the intention of Arizona and Arizona State to seek affiliation with the then-Pacific-8 Conference. April 8, 1977-San Diego State University is extended an invitation of membership effective July 1, 1978. May 2, 1977-The University of Hawai‘i is extended a membership invitation dependent upon the institution’s meeting of certain criteria set by the Council. June 30, 1978-Arizona and Arizona State officially withdraw from the conference. Sept. 29, 1978-The University of Hawai‘i officially is approved as a member effective July 1, 1979. Dec. 22, 1978-After a seven-year tie to the Fiesta Bowl, the WAC begins a new affiliation with the Holiday Bowl in San Diego. Aug. 29, 1979-The United States Air Force Academy is accepted as a member effective July 1, 1980. May 1, 1980-Dr. Joe Kearney is named the fourth commissioner in conference history as he replaces Stan Bates. May 1, 1983-The Presidents’ Council approves the concept for a WAC Basketball Tournament beginning in 1984. Dec. 21, 1984-Brigham Young University earns the conference’s first national football championship with a victory over Michigan in the Holiday Bowl to complete a 13-0 season. July 16, 1987-The WAC and KUTV of Salt Lake City agree to the conference’s first one-million-dollar package for the regional syndication of men’s basketball games. Feb. 23, 1988-The WAC and the Holiday Bowl reach an agreement for the conference champion to host the game through the 1992 season. May 9, 1990-The WAC and ESPN agree to the conference’s first contract for the telecast of men’s basketball games by a national network. July 1, 1990-The WAC merges with the High Country Athletic Conference to form a single conference for men’s and women’s athletics. Dec. 1, 1991-BYU’s Ty Detmer wins the Heisman Trophy, a first for a WAC athlete. June 12, 1991-Fresno State is accepted as the WAC’s 10th member effective July 1, 1992. June 10, 1992-The WAC selects the Delta Center in Salt Lake City as the site for its men’s and women’s basketball tournaments. Commissioner Kearney announces his retirement effective July 1, 1994. Aug. 13, 1992-The WAC is included in the Western Bowl Alliance, which guarantees at least one conference team an appearance in the Aloha and Copper Bowls for the next two years.

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April 20, 1994-Karl Benson is appointed the fifth commissioner in league history, replacing Dr. Joe Kearney. April 21, 1994-The WAC Council of Presidents extends an invitation of membership to UNLV, Rice, San Jose State, SMU, TCU and Tulsa. June 6, 1994-The University Arena in Albuquerque is chosen as the site of the 1995 and 1996 WAC men’s and women’s basketball tournaments. June 14, 1994-The WAC signs a multi-year football contract with ESPN and ABC. January, 1995-For the first time, three WAC football teams finish the season ranked among the nation’s top 25 in both the USA Today/CNN Coaches’ Poll and the Associated Press Top 25. May 1, 1995-The Thomas and Mack Center in Las Vegas is selected as the site of the 1997 and 1998 WAC men’s and women’s basketball tournaments. May 9, 1995-The WAC signs a multi-year contract with ESPN for the telecast of 22 men’s and two women’s basketball games annually, the largest such contract in WAC history and the first national telecast of WAC women’s basketball. The WAC becomes the only conference in the country with an exclusive contract with ESPN for football and basketball. June 5, 1995-The WAC Council of Presidents select Las Vegas’ Sam Boyd Stadium as the site for the 1996 and 1997 WAC Football Championship Game. Dec. 11, 1995-The WAC’s first web site is published. Feb. 19, 1996-The MGM Grand Garden arena is selected as the site of the inaugural WAC volleyball tournament, to be contested Nov. 26-30 in Las Vegas. Feb. 26, 1996-The WAC Council selects Pacific and Mountain as the names for the newly-created divisions to be instituted in 1996-97. July 1, 1996-The WAC becomes the nation’s largest NCAA Division I-A conference with 16 members competing in 11 men’s and 10 women’s championship sports. Nov. 26-30, 1996-The WAC hosts its first ever Volleyball Tournament at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. Brigham Young defeats Hawai‘i, 3-2, in the championship match. Dec. 7, 1996-Brigham Young and Wyoming play in the inaugural WAC Football Championship game at Sam Boyd Stadium in Las Vegas. Brigham Young wins the game in overtime, 28-25, before a record-setting crowd of 41,238, the largest for a team sporting event in Nevada. Jan. 1, 1997-The WAC has its second team ever play in a New Year’s Day bowl. Brigham Young defeats Kansas State in the Cotton Bowl, 19-15, and sets the record for most wins by a Division IA school with 14. June 23, 1997-The WAC becomes a Bowl Alliance member beginning with the 1998 season. Nov. 24, 1997-Brigham Young wins the women’s NCAA national championship in cross country. It’s the first-ever women’s national title in WAC history. March 30, 1998-The Utah Runnin’ Utes advance to the NCAA men’s basketball title game. Utah leads most of the game, but bows out in the final five minutes to Kentucky. May 25, 1998-Fresno State’s softball team wins the national championship with a 1-0 victory over Arizona. May 27-30, 1998-UNLV wins the men’s NCAA golf title. It’s the third national championship for a WAC team during the 1997-98 season. Nov. 28, 1998-Hawai‘i and Brigham Young meet in the WAC Volleyball Tournament final and the Wahine win, 15-12, 21-19, 13-15, 16-18, 24-22. The 89 points scored by Hawai‘i sets a new NCAA record. June 7, 1999-Selland Arena in Fresno is chosen as the site for the 2000 men’s and women’s basketball tournaments. Tulsa’s Reynolds Center is selected for the 2001 tournaments. June 8, 1999-The WAC signs a two-year football and basketball television deal with Fox Sports Net. June 10, 1999-The WAC Council of Presidents extends an invitation of membership to Nevada beginning July 1, 2000.


WAC TIMELINE

Wiles Hallock 1969-71

Original WAC Logo 1962

Stan Bates 1971-80

Joe Kearney 1980-94

ABOUT THE WAC

Paul Brechler 1962-69

FORMER WAC COMMISSIONERS Dec. 31, 2004-Boise State’s 22-game winning streak comes to an end in the Liberty Bowl. The Broncos finish the season in the top 15 for the third consecutive year.

Oct. 17, 1999-The WAC Council of Presidents invites Boise State and Louisiana Tech to join the league on July 1, 2001.

April 7, 2005-The WAC announces the addition of women’s gymnastics beginning in 2005-06. Also reinstated postseason tournaments for both softball and baseball for 2006.

Dec. 25, 1999-The Hawai‘i football team breaks the NCAA record with an eight and a half game improvement in wins from the previous year with a 23-17 victory over Oregon State in the Oahu Bowl. July 1, 2000-The University of Nevada becomes an official member of the WAC and increases the membership to nine schools.

July 1, 2005-Idaho, New Mexico State and Utah State become official members of the WAC. Rice, SMU, UTEP and Tulsa withdraw giving the WAC a total of nine members. July 27, 2005-The WAC unveils its new marketing campaign, “Play Up”. Nov. 10, 2005-Fresno State defeats Boise State, 27-7, in football, ending the Broncos’ WAC-record 31-game conference winning streak.

March 29, 2001-The University of Tulsa wins the men’s basketball NIT title with a 79-60 victory over Alabama.

Nov. 11, 2005-New Mexico State is named host for the 2007 and 2008 WAC basketball tournaments.

June 5, 2001-Tulsa’s Reynolds Center is chosen as the site for the 2002 men’s and women’s basketball tournaments.

Nov. 19, 2005-Fresno State leads top-ranked and two-time defending national champion USC, 42-41, midway through the fourth quarter, before dropping the game 50-42.

June 20, 2001-The WAC signs a three-year deal with ESPN for telecasts of football and basketball. July 1, 2001-Boise State University and Louisiana Tech University become official members of the WAC, while TCU withdraws. This increases the membership to 10 schools. Jan. 17, 2002-Tulsa is chosen as the host for the 2003 basketball tournaments. Aug. 7, 2002-The WAC initiates an innovative and creative two-year pilot project to create an academic alliance among its 10 member institutions. Nov. 12, 2002-Fresno State’s brand new Save Mart Center is chosen as the site for the 2004 WAC Basketball Tournament while Nevada is picked as host for the 2005 tournament. Dec. 31, 2002-Boise State and Fresno State both win their bowl games. The Broncos beat Iowa State 34-16 in the Humanitarian Bowl, while the Bulldogs defeated Georgia Tech, 30-21, in the Silicon Valley Football Classic. Feb. 22, 2003-The men’s basketball teams from Fresno State, Hawai‘i, Louisiana Tech and Tulsa compete in ESPN’s inaugural Bracket Buster Saturday event. June 23, 2003-Rice wins the NCAA title in baseball, the school’s first team title in any sport. Oct. 23, 2003-The WAC Board of Directors extends invitations for membership to New Mexico State and Utah State, effective July 1, 2005.

Nov. 24, 2005-The WAC streams its first sporting event (the opening match of the volleyball tournament) via the internet using WAC.TV. Feb. 17-18, 2006-The WAC goes 3-1 in BracketBusters as Nevada, Louisiana Tech and Utah State earn men’s basketball wins. March 26, 2006-The WAC sponsors its first WAC Women’s Gymnastics championship since 1993 in Logan, Utah. April 3, 2006-Louisiana Tech men’s basketball player Paul Millsap becomes the first in NCAA history to lead the nation in rebounding three years in a row.

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Dec. 31, 2000-Fresno State competes in the inaugural Silicon Valley Football Classic in San Jose.

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June 30, 1999-Air Force, Brigham Young, Colorado State, UNLV, New Mexico, San Diego State, Utah and Wyoming officially withdraw from the conference.

Jan. 1, 2007-Boise State becomes the first WAC team to play in a BCS bowl game and beats Oklahoma in the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl, 43-42, in overtime. Feb. 16-17, 2007-Boise State, Nevada, New Mexico State and Utah State win men’s basketball games to give the WAC a perfect 4-0 record in BracketBusters. April 28-29, 2007-A total of 17 WAC football players were chosen in the NFL Draft, the most ever (per school) in the seven-round format. Jan. 1, 2008-Hawai‘i becomes the second WAC team to play in a BCS bowl game in two years, taking on Georgia in the Allstate Sugar Bowl. June 25, 2008-Fresno State wins the national championship in baseball. The Bulldogs beat Georgia in the best-of-three series, 6-1, in the deciding game.

June 4, 2004-The WAC Board of Directors extends an invitation for membership to the University of Idaho, effective July 1, 2005.

Sept. 3, 2008-The WAC announces a contract extension with ESPN that guarantees over 300 regular season and 45 championship events will be aired on the ESPN networks through the spring of 2017.

Oct. 1, 2004-The University of Nevada is selected as the the host for the 2006 WAC Basketball Tournament.

December, 2008-For the first time in its history, the WAC sends more than half of its football teams (5) to postseason bowl games.

Nov. 2, 2004-Sacramento State is added as an affiliate member in baseball beginning with the 2006 season.

April-June, 2009-The WAC announces neutral site locations for the 2009 Volleyball Tournament (Las Vegas), the 2010-12 Baseball Tournaments (Mesa, Ariz.) and the 2010-11 Men’s and Women’s Basketball Tournaments (Las Vegas).

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ABOUT THE WAC

WAC STAFF Management Council from 1999-2002, and a five-year term on the NCAA Men’s Basketball Committee from 2002-06. KARL BENSON Benson hit the ground running when he was hired in 1994 and initiated several programs Commissioner that improved the conference’s national position in virtually ever category. He was instrumental in developing multi-year agreements with the Holiday Bowl, Cotton Bowl, Copper Bowl, Las Vegas Bowl, Silicon Valley Football Classic, GMAC Bowl and currently, the Roady’s Humanitarian Bowl, Sheraton Hawai‘i Bowl and New Mexico Bowl. When Karl Benson was named the fifth In the summer of 2005, he implemented commissioner in the history of the Western “Play Up” a marketing campaign to improve the Athletic Conference on April 20, 1994, he public and private perceptions of the WAC and brought with him a wealth of experience and its members through national, local and regional a personal history of success to the position. touch points. The conference officially added Since that time, Benson not only has laid WAC.tv prior to the 2006-07 season, giving fans a strong foundation for the WAC’s future, he streaming video access to many of the postseason also steered the conference through unsettled championships of the sports offered by the WAC. times during the late 1990s and again a few In 1995, the WAC signed an exclusive multiyears later when the defection of member year agreement with ESPN for the unprecedented institutions threatened the WAC. live telecast of its basketball and football. Through his leadership and vision, it Included in that deal was a women’s basketball didn’t take long for the WAC to regain its place contract, the first in conference history. In 2008, among the nation’s top Division I conferences. Benson negotiated an extension with ESPN that Benson has spearheaded conference expansion gives the WAC more than 300 regular season with the additions of Nevada, Boise State contests and 45 championship events that will be and Louisiana Tech earlier this decade and aired through the 2016-17 season. an additional round of expansion with the Benson came to the WAC after four invitations of New Mexico State, Utah State successful years as the commissioner of the Midand Idaho a few years ago. American Conference. There, he implemented Nationally, Benson has earned the several innovative projects and was instrumental respect of his peers after serving on the NCAA in the formation of the Las Vegas Bowl.

JEFF HURD

CONNIE HURLBUT

ANTHONY ARCHBALD

Senior Associate Commissioner

Senior Associate Commissioner, SWA

Assistant Commissioner for Compliance

Jeff Hurd joined the WAC staff in 1985, and serves as senior associate commissioner. He oversees communications, television operation and the basketball tournament. He is also responsible for team sport scheduling and aids in the administration of men’s team sports. Previously, he was the Director of Public Relations for the Missouri Valley Conference for seven years and the Sports Information Director at Tulsa for three years. Hurd is a graduate of the University of Missouri School of Journalism. He and his wife, Cheri, are the parents of four children (Shannon, Michael, Kristen and Kevin) and reside in Littleton.

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Prior to taking the reins of the MAC, Benson served on the NCAA staff for more than four years where he was the director of NCAA championships when selected as MAC commissioner. Benson joined the NCAA staff in January, 1986, as a compliance representative and was appointed assistant director of championships in June, 1987. He was promoted to director of championships in 1988. In that position, Benson actively supervised eight assistant directors in their administration of 68 NCAA championships. A native of the state of Washington, Benson graduated from high school in Pullman in 1970, attended Spokane Falls Community College and then received a bachelor of science degree in physical education from Boise State University in 1975. He has also completed course work toward his master’s degree in athletics administration at the University of Utah. Benson played baseball at both Spokane Falls Community College and Boise State University before serving as the baseball coach at Fort Steilacoom Community College in Tacoma, Wash., for eight years and as the director of athletics at Fort Steilacoom from 1979-84. From 1984-86, he was an assistant baseball coach and an administrative assistant in the athletics department at Utah. Benson received the Distinguished Alumni Award from Boise State in April of 2006 and was inducted into the Pierce College (formerly Fort Steilacoom) Hall of Fame in November 2009. Benson was born on Dec. 1, 1951, and has one daughter, Jessie, 17.

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Connie Hurlbut joined the WAC staff in 2009 and serves as senior associate commissioner and senior woman administrator. She has been involved in collegiate and professional athletics for more than 25 years. From 1993-1999, Hurlbut served as Executive Director of the Patriot League, becoming the first woman to lead an all-sport Division I athletic conference. While there, she held several NCAA committee positions including the Division I Women’s Basketball Committee and the Division I Management Council. She also served as the Senior Director of Basketball Operations for the WNBA from 1999-2002. A 1983 University of Pennsylvania graduate, Hurlbut and her husband, Steve, have two children, Jack (16) and Maggie (13).

Anthony Archbald joined the WAC staff in 2005 as Assistant Commissioner in charge of compliance services, which includes interpretation of the NCAA and WAC legislation, NCAA and WAC governance, and legislative and enforcement issues. Archbald also serves as the staff liaison to the WAC Faculty Athletics Representatives Group and to the WAC Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC). Before joining the WAC, Archbald served as the Assistant Director for Compliance at the Mountain West Conference. He has a bachelor’s degree from Boston College and earned his J.D. in Sports Law from Tulane.


WAC STAFF

HOPE SHULER

Assistant Commissioner for Communications and Technology

Director, Graphic Design and Publications

Director, Media Relations

Dave Chaffin joined the WAC staff in 1995 and was promoted to Assistant Commissioner in 1999. His responsibilities include media relations, conference video exchange, replay and office IT tasks. He previously was the Athletic Media Relations Assistant Director at Colorado State University from 1992-95. Chaffin graduated from the University of Michigan in 1989 with a bachelor’s degree in Communications. He has completed his course work for a master’s degree in Technical Journalism at Colorado State University. He and his wife, Michelle, are the parents of a son, Tyler, and a daughter, Jamie. They reside in Centennial.

Vicky Foster came to the WAC in December, 2006, after working in the Visual Communications Department at R+L Carriers in Ohio. Previously, she spent several years in the Communications and Marketing Department at Ohio University where she also assisted in television production of sporting events. Foster is a graduate of Ohio University where she earned her bachelor of science in communications and a master of arts in telecommunications.

Hope Shuler joined the WAC staff in September, 2008, and handles media relations duties for volleyball, women’s basketball, softball and tennis. Previously, she was the director of media relations for The Summit League. She also made stops at Arizona, Utah and Elmhurst College. A member of CoSIDA, Shuler has served on the Academic All-America Committee for nine years. She is also a member of the Female Athletic Media Relations Executives and the Association of Women in Sports Media. Shuler graduated from Nebraska-Kearney with bachelor’s degrees in journalism and sports administration. She also completed coursework toward a master’s degree at the University of Denver. She and her husband, Scott, live in Aurora.

ELIZABETH KAMPFE

KATHY SCHILD

Director, Marketing

Director, Championships

Senior Executive Assistant

Megan Allen joined the WAC staff in September, 2008, and is the Director of Marketing. Allen came to the WAC after five years at Indiana University, the last three as assistant marketing director. She developed and implemented comprehensive marketing plans and was also involved with game day coordination for several sports while at Indiana. Allen is a graduate of Washington State University where she earned her bachelor of arts degree in sport management.

Elizabeth Kampfe joined the WAC staff in January of 2007 and is the WAC’s Director of Championships. Kampfe came from the University of Kentucky, where she was the assistant event manager in the athletics department. Kampfe earned her bachelor of arts in sports management and communications at the University of Michigan, where she was a four-time all-Big Ten cross country runner and an Academic All-American. She added a MBA from the University of Illinois.

Kathy Schild joined the WAC staff in 1985, and serves as the Senior Executive Assistant to the Commissioner. Schild also serves as the office manager for the conference office. A native of Cortez, Colo, she and her husband, Jake, reside in Morrison, Colo. They have two sons, Mark and Matt.

JASON ERICKSON

MOLLIE LEHMAN

DAVE NEIDLINGER

Director, Media Relations

Director, Business and Operations

Supervisor, Women’s Basketball Officials

Jason Erickson joined the WAC staff in September, 2007, and handles media relations duties for men’s basketball, baseball, women’s soccer, gymnastics and cross country. Prior to the WAC, Erickson spent four years at Idaho State University and has also worked in television and in the newspaper business. He is a 2002 graduate of Southern Utah University and earned his master’s degree from Idaho State in 2006. He and his wife, Marisa, live in Parker, Colo., with their son Nash.

Mollie Lehman came to the WAC in August, 2007, and handles the business operations for the conference. Lehman previously spent two years with the America East Conference, where she served as the business manager and assisted with sport administration and championships. Prior to that, Lehman was an assistant softball coach at Binghamton University and became involved with event management. She is a 2000 graduate from Binghamton and earned her MBA at the University of Colorado at Denver in 2007.

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MEGAN ALLEN

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VICKY FOSTER

ABOUT THE WAC

DAVE CHAFFIN

Dave Neidlinger was hired as the first Softball Coordinator for the WAC in the summer of 2006. Neidlinger has been the Softball Coordinator for the Mountain West Conference since its inception in 1999. He has been the Softball Coordinator for the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference since 1992. Neidlinger began his umpiring career in 1970 while stationed at the USAF Academy in Colorado Springs. He has umpired 6 National ASA Championships and numerous conference championships and regional tournaments at the Division I and II level. www.wacsports.com

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WAC SAAC THE VOICE OF THE STUDENT ATHLETE How does the WAC generate feedback from its most valuable product, its student-athletes? Through the Western Athletic Conference StudentAthlete Advisory Committee (also known as the WAC SAAC) which was established in 1998. Since its implementation, the WAC SAAC has been an essential component in the conference’s governance structure as well as a strong voice for student-athletes’ well-being at all levels (e.g., institutional, conference and national). It provides recommendations and positions on specific conference and NCAA proposed legislation, and it addresses national issues that may have an effect on the well-being of all student-athletes. In addition, its members provide recommendations for the eighteen WAC championships in order to enhance the student-athlete experience for all sports. Another objective which the committee constantly strives to obtain is to help strengthen and improve the communication and relationships among athletes, campus administrators and coaches. On the national stage, the WAC SAAC selects one of its committee members to serve as its representative on the NCAA SAAC, which includes all of the Division I conferences. The WAC SAAC is a proactive committee and is making a very positive impact within the WAC membership. Annually, each member institution appoints two student-athletes from its own campus SAAC to serve on the conference committee. To conduct business, the committee has two in-person meetings during the year and schedules monthly teleconference calls during the academic year. As part of the WAC SAAC Spring meeting, the committee conducts a community service outreach project within the host member institution’s local area. Past projects have included the following: sports camp and clinic for underprivileged children, visiting local Boys and Girls Clubs, visiting Children’s Hospitals and homeless shelters and neighborhood house painting. Taking a leadership role in conducting community projects is part of the WAC SAAC’s goals and objectives.

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Max Machado Golf

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Daryll Hill Football

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Rachel Judge Swimming

Julia Siljestrom Soccer

NEVADA

Amanda Nerbovig Swimming

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WAC CHAMPIONSHIPS Football Schedule: Single round-robin against every team for a total of eight WAC games. Playoff: None Women’s Soccer Schedule: Single round-robin for a total of eight games. Tournament: Top six finishers meet in Boise, Idaho.

Men’s and Women’s Basketball Schedule: Double round-robin for a total of 16 WAC games. Tournament: The top eight finishers meet in Reno, Nev.

MEN’S Tennis League: Seven teams (Boise State, Fresno State, Hawai‘i, Idaho, Nevada, New Mexico State and Utah State). Schedule: Single round-robin for a total of six matches. Tournament: The top six finishers meet in Fresno, Calif. Softball League: Eight teams (Boise State, Fresno State, Hawai‘i, Louisiana Tech, Nevada, New Mexico State, San Jose State and Utah State). Schedule: 21 WAC games played as three games at one site, alternating home and away each year. Tournament: The top six finishers meet in Las Cruces, N.M. (double-elimination). Baseball League: Seven teams (Fresno State, Hawai‘i, Louisiana Tech, Nevada, New Mexico State, San Jose State and affiliate Sacramento State). Schedule: 32 WAC games played as fourgame series home and home versus two opponents and a four-game series either home or away against the other four opponents. Tournament: Top six finishers meet in Mesa, Ariz. (double-elimination).

Cross Country-M&W Oct. 31 Reno, Nev. Host: Nevada

Cross Country-M&W Oct. 30 Moscow, Idaho Host: Idaho

Women’s Soccer Nov. 5-6, 8 Boise, Idaho Host: Boise State

Women’s Soccer Nov. 4-5, 7 Ruston, La. Host: Louisiana Tech

Women’s Volleyball Nov. 23-25 Las Vegas, Nev. Host: Orleans Arena

Women’s Volleyball Nov. 22-24 Las Vegas, Nev. Host: Orleans Arena

Women’s Swimming and Diving Feb. 24-27 San Antonio, Texas Host: Josh Davis Natatorium

Women’s Swimming and Diving Feb. 23-26 TBA

Indoor Track and Field-M&W Feb. 25-27 Boise, Idaho Host: Boise State Basketball-M&W March 10-13 Reno, Nev. Host: Nevada Women’s Gymnastics March 27 Fullerton, Calif. Host: Cal State Fullerton Women’s Golf April 19-21 Mesa, Ariz. Host: Hawai‘i Tennis-M&W April 29-May 2 Fresno, Calif. Host: Fresno State Men’s Golf May 3-5 Henderson, Nev. Host: New Mexico State Softball May 12-15 Las Cruces, N.M. Host: New Mexico State Outdoor Track and Field-M&W May 12-15 Ruston, La. Host: Louisiana Tech Baseball May 27-30 Mesa, Ariz. Host: Hohokam Stadium

Indoor Track and Field-M&W Feb. 24-26 TBA Basketball-M&W March 9-12 Las Vegas, Nev. Host: Orleans Arena Women’s Gymnastics March 19 San Jose, Calif. Host: San Jose State Women’s Golf April 18-20 TBA Host: Idaho Tennis-M&W April 27-May 1 Boise, Idaho Host: Boise State Men’s Golf May 2-4 TBA Host: Hawai‘i

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WOMEN’S Tennis Schedule: Single round-robin for a total of eight matches. Tournament: The top six finishers meet in Fresno, Calif.

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Volleyball Schedule: Double round-robin for a total of 16 WAC matches. Tournament: Top six finishers meet in Las Vegas, Nev.

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TEAM SPORT SUMMARIES

Softball May 11-14 Ruston, La. Host: Louisiana Tech Outdoor Track and Field-M&W May 11-14 Honolulu, Hawaii Host: Hawai‘i Baseball May 26-29 Mesa, Ariz. Host: Hohokam Stadium

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SOFTBALL NOTES PRESEASON COACHES POLL The eight WAC coaches voted on their preseason poll and all-WAC teams. Coaches could not vote for their own team or players. Rank Team (first-place votes) 1. Fresno State (6) 2. Nevada (1) 3. Hawai‘i 4. New Mexico State (1) 5. Louisiana Tech 6. San Jose State 7. Boise State 8. Utah State

Points 48 41 34 29 28 19 18 7

PRESEASON ALL-WAC TEAM Player Kylie Bassett Sam Bias Kathy Cox Haley Gilleland Katie Holverson Tiare Jennings Morgan Melloh Noelle Micka Hoku Nohara Angie Ortega Stephanie Ricketts Amanda Tauali’i Amberly Waits

School Louisiana Tech Nevada Boise State Fresno State Nevada New Mexico State Fresno State Nevada New Mexico State New Mexico State Hawai’i Hawai’i Louisiana Tech

Pos. Yr. 1B Sr. 3B Sr. 3B Sr. SS Jr. P Sr. OF So. P Jr. C Jr. 1B Jr. OF Sr. P So. 1B Sr. SS Sr.

Pitcher of the Year Morgan Melloh, Jr., Fresno State

LETTERWINNER/STARTER CAPSULE This season, all eight teams return at least eight letterwinners from a year ago. Louisiana Tech, New Mexico State and San Jose State return the most letterwinners with 15, 14 and 13, respectively. Hawai’i returns 12 letterwinners, while Boise State and Fresno State return 11. Nevada has 10 returning letterwinners, while Utah State returns eight. San Jose State returns eight starters. The following is a list of the number of letterwinners returning and lost and starters returning and lost for all eight teams.

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SR 6 7 6 6 6 7 8 5

FRESNO STATE PICKED TO WIN 2010 WAC TITLE The WAC softball coaches selected Fresno State to win the 2010 WAC regular-season crown. This is the 13th time in the last 15 years that the Bulldogs have been the preseason favorite to win the title. Fresno State took the top spot in the preseason poll with 48 points and six first-place votes. Nevada came in second, picking up one first-place vote and 41 points, followed by Hawai’i in third place with 34 points. New Mexico State edged Louisiana Tech for fourth place with 29 points and the remaining first-place vote. San Jose State was picked to finish sixth with 19 points, followed by Boise State in seventh with 18 points. Utah rounded out the poll in eighth place with seven points. PRESEASON ALL-WAC Fresno State junior hurler Morgan Melloh was selected in a vote of the league’s eight coaches as the preseason Pitcher of the Year, while Louisiana Tech senior shortstop Amberly Waits earned preseason Player of the Year honors. Nevada and New Mexico State placed the most players on the preseason all-WAC team with three each, while Fresno State, Hawai’i and Louisiana Tech had two apiece. Joining Melloh and Waits on the preseason team are Nevada’s Sam Bias, Katie Holverson and Noelle Micka, New Mexico State’s Tiare Jennings, Hoku Nohara and Angie Ortega, Hawai‘i’s Stephanie Ricketts and Amanda Tauali’i, Haley Gilleland of Fresno State, Louisiana Tech’s Kylie Bassett and Kathy Cox of Boise State. All but one member of the preseason all-WAC team was named to the 2009 all-WAC team. Nine members were first team all-WAC honorees a year ago (Bassett, Bias, Holverson, Melloh, Micka, Nohara, Ortega, Tauali’i and Waits), while three 2009 second-team honorees are on the team (Gilleland, Jennings and Ricketts).

Player of the Year Amberly Waits, Sr., Louisiana Tech

Team Boise State Fresno State Hawai‘i Louisiana Tech Nevada New Mexico State San Jose State Utah State

NEW MEXICO STATE TO HOST 2010 TOURNAMENT New Mexico State will host the WAC Softball Tournament for the first time ever in 2010. The top six teams will advance to the double-elimination tournament, which will be held at the NM State Softball Complex from May 12-15. It is the first time the Aggies have hosted the event. Top-seeded Fresno State defeated No. 2-seed Nevada 3-2 in eight innings to claim its third WAC Tournament title last season in Fresno and earn the WAC’s automatic bid into the NCAA Tournament.

SL 3 2 5 3 4 2 1 6

THREE WAC PLAYERS ON PRESEASON PLAYER OF YEAR WATCH LIST Three WAC softball players – Morgan Melloh of Fresno State, Amberly Waits of Louisiana Tech and Katie Holverson of Nevada – have been named to the watch list for the ninth annual USA Softball National Collegiate Player of the Year Award. Melloh, who appears on the list for the second-straight year, was the 2008 WAC Freshman and Pitcher of the Year and a second team AllAmerican. The 2009 WAC Tournament MVP, Melloh became the fourth pitcher in NCAA history to record back-to-back 400 strikeout seasons in her freshman and sophomore campaigns. Waits earned numerous accolades following her junior campaign after setting program records for single season batting average (.488), hits (81), home runs (17), RBI (62), total bases (155), on-base percentage (.538) and slugging percentage (.934). In addition to being LA Tech’s first-ever WAC Player of the Year, Waits was named the state Hitter of the Year by the Louisiana Sports Writers Association, first team all-WAC, first team all-state and to the All-West Region team. Holverson, the 2009 WAC Pitcher of the Year, is 61-31 with a 2.23 ERA in her career at Nevada. Last year, she went 28-11 with a 1.70 earned-run average in leading the Wolf Pack to its second-straight WAC title and NCAA Tournament appearance. The award, which is considered the most prestigious honor in Division I women’s collegiate softball, is designed to recognize outstanding athletic achievement by collegiate softball players across the country. The list is comprised of 50 players representing 35 schools and 14 different conferences. It includes 27 seniors, 17 juniors and six sophomores. The ASA will announce the 25 finalists on April 7.


SOFTBALL NOTES

TOP RETURNING STAT LEADERS The top returning stat leaders in the WAC from last year include: Name, School Amberly Waits, LTU Amberly Waits, LTU Amberly Waits, LTU Tiare Jennings, NMSU Amberly Waits, LTU Amberly Waits, LTU Amberly Waits, LTU Sarah Taylor, SJSU Tiare Jennings, NMSU Amberly Waits, LTU Kylie Randall, NMSU Katie Holverson, NEV Morgan Melloh, FS Amanda Pridmore, SJSU Morgan Melloh, FS

Statistic/’09 Rank .488/1st .934/1st .538/1st 55/1st 81/1st 62/1st 17/1st 7/2nd 17/T-1st 17/T-1st 22/1st 1.70/1st 30/1st 3/T-1st 450/1st

Nevada’s Katie Holverson returns as the reigning WAC Pitcher of the Year. Holverson led the WAC with a 1.70 ERA in 2009.

Pts. 750 677 649 625 613 597 569 558 536 433 401 370 319 312 288 245 226 219 209 199 178 166 109 88 75

Prev. 1 3 2 6 5 7 4 9 8 10 16 11 13 12 18 20 15 19 17 14 23 NR 22 25 NR

Other WAC schools receiving votes: Nevada 31, Hawai’i 8.

ESPN/USA SOFTBALL PRESEASON TOP 25 Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

School ‘09 Record Washington (17) 51-12 Alabama (1) 54-11 Michigan 47-12 Arizona (1) 46-17 Florida 63-5 UCLA (1) 45-11 Arizona State 47-19 Georgia 47-12 Missouri 50-12 Oklahoma 41-16 California 38-20 Stanford 48-11 LSU 34-18-1 Georgia Tech 46-15 Baylor 40-22 Ohio State 47-11 Northwestern 31-15 Tennessee 40-18-1 Florida State 44-16 DePaul 39-14 Louisville 48-11 North Carolina 47-13 Louisiana-Lafayette 45-13 Fresno State 38-20 Massachusetts 41-10

Pts. 479 457 430 424 407 396 387 363 337 306 282 256 234 215 214 187 167 163 128 107 93 91 84 70 55

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Category Batting Average Slugging Pct. On Base Pct. Runs Hits RBI Doubles Triples Home Runs Stolen Bases ERA Wins Saves Strikeouts

School ‘09 Record Washington (30) 51-12 Alabama 54-11 Florida 63-5 Michigan 47-12 Arizona State 47-19 Arizona 46-17 Georgia 47-12 UCLA 45-11 Missouri 50-12 Stanford 48-11 Oklahoma 41-16 California 38-20 Georgia Tech 46-15 Ohio State 47-11 Northwestern 31-15 Tennessee 40-18-1 Baylor 40-22 LSU 34-18-1 North Carolina 47-13 Massachusetts 41-10 DePaul 39-14 Louisville 48-11 Florida State 44-16 Louisiana-Lafayette 45-13 Fresno State 38-20

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WAC Player of the Year Amberly Waits returns for her senior season after leading the WAC in batting average (.488), home runs (17) and RBI (62) last year.

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

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USA TODAY/NFCA PRESEASON TOP 25

Other WAC schools receiving votes: Nevada (12), New Mexico State (1).

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SOFTBALL NOTES RETURNING ALL-WAC PLAYERS The WAC will feature nine players who were 2009 first team all-WAC performers. Three of the returners come from Nevada – junior catcher Noelle Micka, senior third baseman Sam Bias and senior pitcher Katie Holverson, the reigning WAC Pitcher of the Year. Louisiana Tech (Kylie Bassett and Amberly Waits) and New Mexico State (Hoku Nohara and Angie Ortega) return two players each. Fresno State returns Morgan Melloh, while Hawai’i returns Amanda Tauali’i. Second team returnees include: Makani Duhaylonsod-Kaleimamahu, Hawai’i; Haley Gilleland, Fresno State; Tiare Jennings, New Mexico State; Meghan Krieg, Louisiana Tech; Kanani Pu’u-Warren, Hawai’i; Stephanie Ricketts, Hawai’i; Kelsey Starr, Nevada; Caitlin Stiglich, Fresno State; and Sarah Taylor, San Jose State.

A Look Back: 2009

FRESNO STATE GOES 2-2 AT LOS ANGELES REGIONAL The Bulldogs went 2-2 at the Los Angeles Regional. Morgan Melloh struck out 16 batters in a come-from-behind 2-1 win over UNLV in the first game. The following day, Melloh struck out eight, but gave up four runs on five hits in a 4-2 loss to host UCLA. The Bulldogs had just three hits – one apiece by Lisamarie Coronado, Brooke Phipps and Ryane Peterson – in the loss. Later that night, the Bulldogs belted 14 hits, including two doubles, a triple and a grand slam, in a 12-2 win over Long Beach State. Haley Perkins was 4-for-5 with three runs and four RBI, while Michelle Moses was 2-for-5 and drove in five runs. Melloh picked up her 30th win of the season, allowing two runs on six hits, while fanning 10. After taking a 3-1 lead in the first inning, the Bulldogs gave up seven runs in the second inning and stranded seven runners on the game in a 9-5 loss to UCLA, bringing their season to an end. Perkins went 2-for-4 with one run and one RBI, while Moses had a two-RBI double and a triple. Melloh suffered the loss, ending the season with a 30-16 record.

State 4-0 and Louisiana Tech 5-0 earlier in the tournament and posted a 3-0 record. It was Fresno State’s third WAC Tournament championship in program history. Morgan Melloh earned MVP honors after going 3-0 with 27 strikeouts and allowing just two hits in three complete games. 2009 WAC Softball All-Tournament Team Lisamarie Coronado, Fresno State Kelli Fangonilo, San Jose State Haley Gilleland, Fresno State Katie Holverson, Nevada Noelle Micka, Nevada Hoku Nohara, New Mexico State Danielle Patrick, Nevada Kylie Randall, New Mexico State Kelly Sweeney, Boise State Amberly Waits, Louisiana Tech MVP: Morgan Melloh, Fresno State

SIX WAC PLAYERS EARN ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT HONORS Six WAC softball players earned ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District honors. New Mexico State’s Kandis Jones led the way as a first-team honoree. Haley Perkins of Fresno State, Julie Franklin and Clare Warwick of Hawai‘i, Brittany Puzey of Nevada and Kim Watson of New Mexico State received second-team accolades. Jones, a sophomore from La Mirda, Calif., boasts a 4.00 grade-point average as a community health major. She was named to the 2008 Academic all-WAC Freshman Team. She posted a .382 batting average with 41 runs, eight doubles, two homers and 24 RBI. Perkins, a senior kinesiology major from Fresno, earned the honor for the third time in her career as she boasts a 3.59 GPA. She was a 2008 NFCA Scholar-Athlete, is a two-time WAC Scholar Athlete, a three-time Academic All-WAC honoree and a three-time Fresno State Scholar Athlete. She has been on the Dean’s List four times. NEVADA GOES 1-2 AT PALO ALTO REGIONAL Franklin, a senior psychology major from Temple City, Calif., has a The Wolf Pack rattled off 12 hits in a 4-1 win over Cal Poly in the first 3.96 GPA and graduated in May. She is three-time NFCA and UH Scholargame of the Palo Alto Regional. Brittany Puzey was 3-for-4 with two runs scored, a double and a stolen base, while Danielle Patrick was 3-for-3 Athlete and a member of Phi Beta Kappa. Warwick, a senior from Canberra, Australia, boasts a 3.89 GPA as a with a double and one RBI. Katie Holverson picked up the win, striking kinesiology and rehabilitation science major. She is a two-time Academic out four and improving to 28-9 on the year. The following day, Jessica Haight hit a solo homer to account for Nevada’s only run in a 9-1 loss All-District first team honoree and three-time NFCA Scholar-Athlete. A three-time Academic All-WAC honoree, Puzey has a 3.3 GPA as a to host Stanford. The Wolf Pack managed just two hits in the five-inning psychology major. She is a senior from Carson City, Nev., and was one of defeat. Holverson suffered the loss in the circle, throwing 3.2 innings. She gave up six runs, three earned, on six hits and struck out five. Later that 30 national candidates for Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award. A Spokane, Wash., native, Watson has a 3.89 GPA and graduated in night, Sarah Hunt hit a solo homer to score Nevada’s only run in a 6-1 May with a degree in marketing and a minor in Spanish. This is the third loss to Cal Poly, ending the season for the Wolf Pack. consecutive year that she has been named to an Academic All-District team. She is a three-time Academic All-WAC honoree and a two-time ELEVEN WAC PLAYERS NAMED ALL-REGION Eleven WAC softball players were named to the Louisville Slugger/National NFCA All-America Scholar Athlete selection. Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) Division I All-Region teams. A total of 264 players from 121 different institutions comprise the 10 regional NM STATE TOPS NATION IN BATTING AVERAGE teams. Nevada pitcher Katie Holverson, third baseman Sam Bias, and With two players hitting above .400 and eight with batting averages of outfielders Britton Murdock and Brittany Puzey were named to the All- .300 or better, New Mexico State finished the season with the nation’s Pacific Region team to give the Wolf Pack the most honorees in the WAC best batting average at .340. It was the first time a WAC team led the with four. Joining them on the Pacific Region team was third baseman country in that category. It was a single-season record for the Aggies Kathy Cox of Boise State. Hawai‘i placed three players– pitcher Stephanie and tied the 1998 Fresno State team for the highest team batting averRicketts, first baseman Amanda Tauali‘i and outfielder Tanisha Milca age in WAC history. – on the All-West Region team. Fresno State pitcher Morgan Melloh, Louisiana Tech shortstop Amberly Waits and New Mexico State second baseman Tiare Jennings were also named to the West Region team. The all-region teams were chosen by NFCA member coaches from each region.

NEVADA’S SILAGYI TOPS NATION IN TRIPLES With eight triples on the year, Nevada’s Kym Silagyi not only set a Wolf Pack single-season record, but she led the nation in that category. It was the second year in a row that a WAC player tallied the highest number of triples in the nation, as Louisiana Tech’s Amberly Waits was tops in the FRESNO STATE CLAIMS 2009 WAC TOURNAMENT Haley Gilleland singled to left field in the bottom of the eighth inning to country in 2008 with 10. drive in the winning run as top-seeded Fresno State defeated No. 2 Nevada 3-2 in the title game of the WAC Tournament. The Bulldogs defeated Boise

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FRESNO STATE, NEVADA SHARE REGULAR-SEASON TITLE Fresno State and Nevada shared the 2009 WAC regular-season title, as both teams finished WAC play with identical 15-5 records. It was the 10th WAC title for the Bulldogs and second in a row for the Wolf Pack. Fresno State earned the No. 1 seed in the WAC Tournament by virtue of a 2-1 record vs. Nevada.

WRIGHT EARNS 300TH WAC WIN Fresno State head coach Margie Wright picked up her 300th WAC victory with an extra-innings win over Nevada on April 17, becoming the first WAC coach to ever to reach the milestone. Wright is also the NCAA’s all-time winningest coach with more than 1,300 career victories. NM STATE’S JENNINGS SETS THREE SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS Tiare Jennings broke three NM State single-season records in the series against Boise State April 17-18. She finished the season with new marks for RBI (61), home runs (17) and runs scored (55). The freshman also tied the NM State single-game home run record with two in the series finale. WATSON IS AGGIES’ ALL-TIME WINS, STRIKEOUTS LEADER New Mexico State senior right-handed pitcher Kim Watson broke the school career wins record when she registered her 59th career victory on April 18. Watson also set the school strikeout record with 667 surpassing Hall of Famer Jo Kord’s 26-year-old record of 590. Her 667 strikeouts also rank sixth all-time in the WAC, while her 65 wins rank 10th. DARBY THROWS NO-HITTER Nevada freshman pitcher Mallary Darby tossed the second no-hitter in the WAC and the third no-hitter in school history in blanking Boise State 8-0 in five innings on April 11. It was the first no-hitter of Darby’s career. She did not walk a batter and struck out eight. The only blips in the performance were a pair of hit batters in the second inning that kept if from being a perfect game. Darby’s gem is Nevada’s first no-hitter away from home.

New Mexico State................................................. 1st.......................... .341 Nevada.................................................................... 2nd......................... .301 Fresno State.........................................................28th.......................... 1.97 Nevada...................................................................43rd.......................... 2.23 Fresno State.........................................................39th......................... .969 New Mexico State................................................ 7th.......................... 6.09 Nevada...................................................................30th.......................... 5.20 Nevada...................................................................40th......................... .678 Fresno State.........................................................49th......................... .655 New Mexico State..............................................10th.......................... 1.26 Hawai‘i....................................................................13th.......................... 1.15 Louisiana Tech.....................................................19th.......................... 1.04 Nevada...................................................................28th.......................... 0.93 Nevada...................................................................37th.......................... 1.37 New Mexico State..............................................48th.......................... 1.31 San Jose State......................................................15th.......................... 0.30 Nevada...................................................................38th.......................... 0.24 New Mexico State................................................ 6th......................... .542 Nevada...................................................................23rd......................... .470 Hawai‘i....................................................................33rd......................... .453 Boise State.............................................................. 6th.......................... 0.50 San Jose State......................................................17th.......................... 0.45

Batting Avg. HR/G RBI/G 2B/G 3B/G K/G Wins Saves Slugging Pct. Runs/G Hit-by-Pitch/G Toughest to K Home Runs Triples On-Base Pct. Sacrifice Flies Shutouts Strikeouts

Amberly Waits, LTU.............................................. 3rd.......................... .488 Hoku Nohara, NMSU.........................................17th.......................... .429 Tiare Jennings, NMSU.......................................39th.......................... .407 Tiare Jennings, NMSU.......................................13th.......................... 0.31 Amberly Waits, LTU............................................15th.......................... 0.31 Amanda Tauali‘i, UH..........................................25th.......................... 0.28 Angie Ortega, NMSU.........................................33rd.......................... 0.27 Hoku Nohara, NMSU........................................42nd.......................... 0.26 Tiare Jennings, NMSU......................................... 6th.......................... 1.13 Amberly Waits, LTU.............................................. 7th.......................... 1.13 Amberly Waits, LTU............................................23rd.......................... 0.31 Kym Silagyi, NEV................................................... 6th.......................... 0.15 Sarah Taylor, SJSU..............................................10th.......................... 0.13 Amanda Tauali‘i, UH...........................................31st.......................... 0.09 Kelli Fangonilo, SJSU.........................................34th.......................... 0.09 Morgan Melloh, FS............................................... 9th.............................9.9 Meghan Krieg, LTU............................................25th.............................8.7 Mallary Darby, NEV............................................36th.............................8.2 Morgan Melloh, FS............................................... 7th..............................30 Katie Holverson, NEV........................................12th..............................28 Stephanie Ricketts, UH.....................................43rd..............................22 Wanda Malone, LTU...........................................26th................................3 Amanda Pridmore, SJSU..................................26th................................3 Amberly Waits, LTU............................................. 2nd......................... .934 Tiare Jennings, NMSU.......................................20th......................... .779 Hoku Nohara, NMSU..........................................31st......................... .747 Angie Ortega, NMSU.........................................33rd......................... .741 Amanda Tauali‘i, UH..........................................35th......................... .738 Tiare Jennings, NMSU.......................................18th.......................... 1.02 Kanani Pu‘u Warren, UH...................................11th.......................... 0.34 Jasmine Harris, USU...........................................41st.......................... 0.23 Noelle Micka, NEV..............................................23rd.......................... 20.2 Haley Perkins, FS.................................................24th.......................... 20.0 Tiare Jennings, NMSU.......................................11th..............................17 Amberly Waits, LTU............................................11th..............................17 Amanda Tauali‘i, UH..........................................27th..............................15 Hoku Nohara, NMSU..........................................41st..............................14 Angie Ortega, NMSU..........................................41st..............................14 Kylie Bassett, LTU................................................47th..............................13 Tanisha Milca, UH...............................................47th..............................13 Kym Silagyi, NEV.................................................... 1st................................8 Sarah Taylor, SJSU................................................ 5th................................7 Kelli Fagnolino, SJSU.........................................18th................................5 Amanda Tauali‘i, UH..........................................18th................................5 Amberly Waits, LTU............................................13th......................... .538 Hoku Nohara, NMSU.........................................19th......................... .527 Clare Warwick, UH................................................ 4th................................5 Kylie Bassett, LTU................................................50th................................3 Sam Bias, NEV......................................................50th................................3 Britton Murdock, NEV.......................................50th................................3 Morgan Melloh, FS............................................... 5th..............................17 Stephanie Ricketts, UH.....................................30th................................9 Morgan Melloh, FS.............................................. 2nd........................... 450 Katie Holverson, NEV........................................37th........................... 237

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RICKETTS TOSSES PAIR OF NO-HITTERS Hawai‘i’s Stephanie Ricketts tossed her second no-hitter of the season in an 8-0 win over Boise State on May 1. She faced just 16 batters – one over the minimum – with no walks and four strikeouts in the mercy-rule ended game. She threw strikes in 41 of her 61 pitches in the game and retired the final 10 batters in a row. Ricketts threw the first no-hitter of the season in the WAC vs. Louisiana Tech on March 22. She retired the first 12 batters before issuing a walk, the only thing that kept her from a perfect game. She then proceeded to retire the next nine batters for the no-hitter.

Team (Top 50) Batting Avg. ERA Fielding Pct. Scoring W/L Pct Home Runs/G Doubles/G Triples/G Slugging Pct. Double Plays/G

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MELLOH RECORDS 900TH CAREER STRIKEOUT Fresno State sophomore hurler Morgan Melloh notched her 900th career strikeout in the bottom of the third inning against Long Beach State in the NCAA Regional May 16. In doing so, she became just the second WAC pitcher and first sophomore ever to have 900 strikeouts. Melloh now has 904 on her career, good for second place all-time in the WAC. Earlier in the month, Melloh notched her 400th strikeout of the season to became just the fourth pitcher in NCAA history to record backto-back 400 strikeout seasons in her first two years in college. Melloh finished the season with 450, four shy of the all-time WAC single-season record of 454, which she set as a freshman.

2009 NCAA STATISTICS (Final)

ABOUT THE WAC

WAITS EARNS WAC TRIPLE CROWN WAC Player of the Year Amberly Waits of Louisiana Tech won the WAC triple crown last year, leading the league in batting average (.488) and RBI (62), and tying for the most home runs with New Mexico State’s Tiare Jennings (17). In doing so, Waits became just the third player in WAC history to win the triple crown, joining Scia Maumausolo (Cal State Northridge in 1995) and Christina Clark (Fresno State in 2004).

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ABOUT THE WAC

BOISE STATE BRONCOS BRONCO BITS

QUICK FACTS Location:.......................................................Boise, Idaho Joined WAC:.................................................July 1, 2001 Enrollment:............................................................18,936 Founded:.................................................................... 1932 Nickname:............................................................Broncos Colors:.................................................. Blue and Orange President:...........................................Dr. Robert Kustra Athletics Director:............................ Gene Bleymaier Athletic Department:.......................(208) 426-1288 Ticket Office:.........................................(208) 426-4737 Web Site:...............................www.broncosports.com Sports Information Director . .......................................................Max Corbet Softball Contact . ................................Steven Olveda Office Number ....................................(208) 426-1106 Olveda’s Cell Number . ....................(916) 521-7481 Olveda’s E-Mail ..... stevenolveda@boisestate.edu Fax Number .........................................(208) 426-3361 Press Box .....................................................................TBA

n The Broncos finished their inaugural season with a 22-30 overall record and a 4-16 record

in the WAC, which was good for seventh place and a spot in the WAC Tournament.

n The

Broncos won their very first WAC Tournament game with a nine-inning victory over sixth-seeded San Jose State. The Broncos went on to a 1-2 record in the tournament and a sixth-place finish.

n A

pair of postseason awards followed the Broncos’ inaugural campaign. Kathy Cox was named to the NFCA All-Pacific Region team and Kelly Sweeney earned a spot on the alltournament team at the WAC Tournament after hitting .333 and driving in four runs. Both players return for the 2010 campaign.

n Youth will continue to dominate the Broncos’ roster as 15 of the 18 players are underclass-

men. The 2010 squad is comprised of three seniors, eight sophomores and seven freshmen.

n The

Broncos christened their new ballpark by winning their first seven games. The win streak sparked a month-long hot streak in which the Broncos went 12-7.

n The Broncos downed Fordham 8-4 in only their third game of the season to notch the first

win in program history.

n It took even less time for the Broncos to get their first WAC win as the Broncos swept Utah

State in their first-ever WAC series in Logan, Utah, March 20-21. The series sweep proved to be essential in earning a berth in the WAC Tournament.

SOFTBALL FACTS Head Coach..................................................Erin Thorpe Softball Office......................................(208) 426-4899 All-Time Record............................ 22-30 (423), 1 year All-Time WAC Record...................4-16 (.200), 1 year WAC Regular-Season Titles.......................................0 WAC Tournament Titles...............................................0 2009 Record................................................ 22-30 (.423) 2009 WAC Record..........................................4-16 (7th) Stadium...................... Mountain Cove Softball Field Stadium Record............................... 7-9 (.438), 1 year NCAA Appearances.......................................................0 NCAA Record....................................................................0 Letterwinners Returning/Lost..........................11/5 Starters Returning/Lost......................................... 6/3

MEDIA OUTLETS Associated Press:.................................... Todd Dvorak Office: (208) 343-1894.............. Fax: (208) 344-0135 The Idaho Statesman:.............................. Chad Cripe Office: (208) 377-6420.............. Fax: (208) 377-6505 Idaho Press Tribune:......................... Dave Southorn Office: (208) 467-8111.............. Fax: (208) 467-9562 The Arbiter (Campus)......................................Kirk Bell Office: (208) 345-8204.............. Fax: (208) 426-3198

2010 SCHEDULE Date Feb. 13 Feb. 13 Feb. 14 Feb. 14 Feb. 18 Feb. 19 Feb. 19 Feb. 20 Feb. 20 March 5 March 5 March 6 March 6 March 7 March 12 March 12 March 13 March 14 March 14 March 19 March 20 March 20 March 21 March 21 March 27 March 28

Opponent vs. UC Riverside at San Diego vs. San Diego at UC Riverside !at UNLV !vs. Indiana !vs. Long Beach State !vs. Oklahoma !vs. San Diego @vs. Wichita State @at Texas Tech @vs. Wichita State @at Texas Tech @at Texas Tech vs. North Dakota at Oregon State vs. Oregon vs. North Dakota at Oregon #Minnesota #Portland State #Weber State #Weber State #Portland State *New Mexico State (DH) *New Mexico State

Time 12:30 p.m. 5 p.m. 9 a.m. 11:30 a.m. 8:15 p.m. 10 a.m. 12:15 p.m. 10 a.m. 12:15 p.m. 2 p.m. 4 p.m. noon 2 p.m. 11 a.m. 11:30 a.m. 2 p.m. 3 p.m. 10 a.m. 2 p.m. 3 p.m. 1:45 p.m. 4:15 p.m. 2 p.m. 4:15 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m.

Date March 30 March 31 April 2 April 3 April 6 April 9 April 10 April 13 April 16 April 17 April 20 April 23 April 24 April 30 May 1 May 7 May 8 May 12-15

Opponent at Sacramento State (DH) at Pacific (DH) *at Fresno State *at Fresno State (DH) Utah (DH) *Hawaii *Hawaii (DH) at Idaho State (DH) *Utah State *Utah State (DH) Idaho State (DH) *at Louisiana Tech *at Louisiana Tech (DH) *San Jose State *San Jose State (DH) *at Nevada (DH) *at Nevada WAC Softball Tournament (Las Cruces, N.M.)

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Time 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m. 3 p.m. 1 p.m. 2 p.m. 3 p.m. 1 p.m. 2 p.m. 5 p.m. noon 3 p.m. 1 p.m. 3 p.m. 2 p.m. TBA

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Erin Thorpe Alma Mater: UC San Diego, 2000 Overall Record: 72-171/6 years School Record: 22-30/1 year WAC Record: 4-16 (.200) Playing Career: UC San Diego, 1997-2000 (Shortstop)

HEAD COACH FILE led the Broncos to a 22-30 inaugural season record, which marks the highest winning percentage of an inaugural program at Boise State in recent history.

n Prior to becoming Boise State’s first head coach, Thorpe was the head coach at Whittier College

for five years where she rebuilt a struggling program. The Poets were 4-33 upon Thorpe’s arrival and 23-17 during Thorpe’s final season at the helm.

n Thorpe was an All-American shortstop at UC San Diego in 2000 and a four-time All-West Region

selection. She was also named the Female Athlete of the Year at UC San Diego in 2000.

n Thorpe led the Broncos to a .264 team batting average in 2009, which ranked fourth in the WAC.

The Broncos also ranked fourth in the WAC in runs scored under Thorpe’s guidance.

was hired as Boise State’s first head softball coach on Sept. 4, 2007. She spent the first year recruiting and has built the Bronco softball program from scratch.

ASSISTANT COACHES

Justin Kloczko South Carolina Upstate ’99 2nd Year

Brianne McGowan-Durfee Oregon State ’08 2nd Year

WAC RECORDS & HISTORY

n Thorpe

Opponent Score !vs. Illinois L, 2-8 !vs. James Madison L, 1-9 (6) !vs. Fordham W, 8-4 !vs. Wisconsin W, 13-12 #vs. Long Beach State W, 5-3 #at San Diego L, 4-5 #vs. Colorado State L, 2-3 #vs. Long Beach State L, 1-3 #at San Diego W, 2-1 ^vs. Seattle W, 3-2 ^vs. Portland State L, 4-6 ^vs. Seattle L, 1-14 (5) $Northwest Nazarene W, 11-4 $Northwest Nazarene W, 13-1 (6) $Idaho State W, 7-4 $College of Idaho W, 4-3 Utah Valley W, 7-6 (8) Utah Valley W, 7-0 Idaho State W, 4-3 Idaho State L, 1-6 at Utah L, 0-1 at Utah W, 7-5 *at Utah State W, 2-0 *at Utah State W, 12-6 *at Utah State W, 7-3 at Utah Valley W, 14-9 at Utah Valley L, 9-11 at Brigham Young L, 3-7 *Louisiana Tech L, 0-3 *Louisiana Tech L, 2-7 *at San Jose State L, 2-8 *at San Jose State W, 4-2 *at San Jose State L, 0-8 (5) *Nevada L, 0-5 *Nevada L, 0-8 (5) *Nevada L, 1-8 at College of Idaho L, 3-4 (8) at College of Idaho W, 12-2 *at New Mexico State L, 4-8 *at New Mexico State L, 9-10 *at New Mexico State L, 4-8 at Idaho State W, 9-3 at Idaho State W, 7-3 *Fresno State L, 3-6 *Fresno State L, 9-10 *Fresno State L, 8-11 (8) *at Hawai‘i L, 0-8 (5) *at Hawai‘i L, 1-9 (5) *at Hawai‘i L, 3-8 %vs. No. 6 San Jose State W, 8-4 (9) %at No. 1 Fresno State L, 0-4 %vs. No. 3 Hawai‘i L, 2-10

THE SCHOOLS

n Thorpe

Date Feb. 6 Feb. 6 Feb. 7 Feb. 8 Feb. 20 Feb. 20 Feb. 21 Feb. 21 Feb. 22 Feb. 28 Feb. 28 March 1 March 6 March 7 March 7 March 8 March 14 March 14 March 15 March 15 March 18 March 18 March 20 March 21 March 21 March 23 March 23 March 24 March 28 March 28 April 3 April 4 April 4 April 10 April 11 April 11 April 14 April 14 April 17 April 17 April 18 April 21 April 21 April 24 April 25 April 25 May 1 May 2 May 2 May 6 May 7 May 7

ABOUT THE WAC

2009 RESULTS

!Cathedral City Kickoff (Cathedral City, Calif.) #USD Tournament (San Diego, Calif.) ^Washington Tournament (Seattle, Wash.) $State of Idaho Tournament (Boise, Idaho) *WAC game %WAC Softball Tournament (Fresno, Calif.)

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ABOUT THE WAC

BOISE STATE TOP PLAYERS AND ROSTER

CHRISTINA CAPOBIANCO IF, 5-6, So.

KATHY COX IF, 5-8, Sr.

Kelly SWEENEY IF, 5-3, So.

Only Bronco to start all 52 games of the inaugural campaign ... became the first and only Bronco to earn WAC Player of the Week honors on March 9 ... recorded the best weekend in Broncos history March 6-8 by hitting .909, smashing five home runs and collecting 12 RBI in the first four games at Mountain Cove ... tied for the team lead with 11 homers and ranked second on the team with 37 RBI and a .318 batting average.

NFCA All-Pacific Region selection ... started 50 games at third base and appeared in two other games as a pinch hitter ... led the team with a .341 batting average, 40 runs scored, 59 hits, 11 home runs, 40 RBI, 99 total bases and a .572 slugging percentage ... had only 12 strikeouts on the year ... her .341 batting average ranked 11th among all WAC hitters ... tied for second among all WAC hitters with six homers and 18 RBI in WAC play.

Earned the first postseason award in Bronco history when she was named to the WAC all-tournament team after the Broncos’ 1-2 performance ... started 30 games for the Broncos ... hit .271 on the year and was second on the team with a .300 average in WAC games ... smashed nine extra-base hits and ranked fourth on the team with 22 RBI ... hit the first triple in Boise State history in a 5-3 win over Long Beach State on Feb. 20 ... was the only Bronco to hit a triple in the inaugural season with two.

CAREER Statistics Year G-GS AB 2009 52-52 148 Totals 52-52 148

CAREER Statistics Year G-GS AB 2009 52-50 173 Totals 52-50 173

R 20 20

H RBI Avg. 47 37 .318 47 37 .318

H RBI Avg. 59 41 .341 59 41 .341

2010 ROSTER No. 17 10 6 3 15 18 4 8 12 20 7 1 5 11 2 21 9 61

Name Pos. B/T Vanessa Alvarez IF/OF R/R Brittany Barcellos OF L/L Holly Bourke OF L/R Kellie Caplan IF/OF S/R Christina Capobianco IF R/R Ashley Collier P/OF R/R Kathy Cox IF R/R Allie Crump P/IF R/R Jessi Hanna IF R/R Megan Harvey C/IF R/R Laeha Hill OF R/L Jessica Kraft IF R/R Kelly Sweeney IF R/R Ashleigh Viers-Gordillo IF/OF L/L Tazz Weatherly C/UT R/R Lela Work P/IF R/R Maghan Yurek C/OF R/R Aubray Zell P R/R

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CAREER Statistics Year G-GS AB 2009 42-30 85 85 Totals 42-30

R 8 8

H RBI Avg. 23 22 .271 23 22 .271

TEAM PROFILE Ht. 5-9 5-0 5-7 5-9 5-8 5-8 5-8 5-11 5-7 5-8 5-6 5-4 5-3 5-6 5-5 5-6 5-7 5-11

Yr. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. So. Fr. Sr. So. Sr. Fr. Sr. Fr. So. So. So. Fr. So. So.

Hometown (Last School) Chandler, Ariz. (Corona Del Sol) South Lake Tahoe, Calif. (South Lake Tahoe) Woodland, Calif. (Woodland) Woodland Hills, Calif. (El Camino Real) Laguna Niguel, Calif. (El Toro) Sparks, Nev. (Spanish Springs) Gresham, Ore. (Mount Hood) Elk Grove, Calif. (Elk Grove) Castle Rock, Wash. (Lower Columbia College) Eugene, Ore. (North Eugene) Vacaville, Calif. (Sacramento City College) Coeur D’Alene, Idaho (Coeur D’Alene) Pleasanton, Calif. (Foothill) La Crescenta, Calif. (Crescenta Valley) Stockton, Calif. (St. Mary’s) Coeur D’Alene, Idaho (Lake City) Great Falls, Mont. (C.M. Russell) Lakewood, Calif. (Lakewood)

Head Coach: Erin Thorpe Assistant Coaches: Justin Kloczko, Brianne McGowan-Durfee

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R 40 40

Key Returnees BA Christina Capobianco .318 Kathy Cox .341 Laeha Hill .298

Hits 47 59 48

RBI 37 41 20

Key Pitchers Allie Crump Aubray Zell

ERA 5.04 4.24

W-L 7-14 13-9

K 112 65

Key Losses Laurel Wyatt

BA .235

Hits 23

RBI 19

Key Losses Mandy Klein

ERA 4.20

W-L 2-7

K 44

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BOISE STATE 2009 STATISTICS All Games: 22-30

Home: 7-9

AVG .500 .341 .318 .298 .279 .271 .260 .248 .235 .217 .212 .205 .204 .167 .125 .000

AB 2 173 148 161 136 85 123 105 98 92 113 78 54 30 24 1

R 0 40 20 27 21 8 24 17 13 15 23 19 8 8 2 0

H 1 59 47 48 38 23 32 26 23 20 24 16 11 5 3 0

Totals Opponents

.264 52-52 1423 245 376 .326 52-52 1457 296 475

2B 3B HR RBI 0 0 0 1 7 0 11 41 4 0 11 37 10 0 0 20 4 0 3 25 5 2 2 22 6 0 0 10 0 0 2 10 3 0 3 19 1 0 0 9 3 0 1 13 2 0 0 3 3 0 2 6 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0

TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-SBA PO A E FLD% 1 .500 0 0 1 0 .500 0 1 0-0 0 0 0 .000 99 .572 10 0 12 0 .375 1 0 1-2 47 121 13 .928 84 .568 23 4 20 0 .420 1 5 0-0 175 7 4 .978 58 .360 14 0 14 1 .352 1 2 1-2 33 3 4 .900 51 .375 24 7 15 0 .411 1 1 0-0 238 7 0 1.000 38 .447 7 0 21 0 .326 0 1 0-0 57 62 7 .944 38 .309 18 4 41 0 .372 0 5 4-5 218 26 7 .972 32 .305 10 4 19 1 .336 0 4 0-0 9 20 0 1.000 35 .357 8 8 25 0 .342 0 2 0-0 30 16 9 .836 21 .228 3 2 14 0 .258 0 7 1-1 30 13 7 .860 30 .265 7 6 15 0 .291 1 3 2-2 70 109 24 .882 18 .231 14 4 8 1 .354 0 3 4-6 41 9 2 .962 20 .370 7 1 13 0 .306 0 0 0-0 46 30 4 .950 5 .167 0 0 12 0 .167 0 1 1-2 14 0 1 .933 3 .125 4 0 6 0 .250 0 0 0-0 3 3 1 .857 0 .000 1 0 0 0 .500 0 0 0-0 2 19 1 .955

48 2 35 221 533 71 10 43 258 695

.375 150 .477 114

40 236 34 221

3 .350 5 35 2 .386 7 36

14-20 1019 476 88 40-54 1044 432 91

.944 .942

LOB - Team (368), Opp (334). DPs turned - Team (26), Opp (14). TPs turned - Team (0), Opp (1). CI - Team (0), Opp (3). IBB - Team (3), Capobianco 3, Opp (1). ERA W-L APP GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R 4.20 2-7 24 7 2 0 0 1 78.1 117 68 4.24 13-9 29 23 11 0 0 0 133.2 198 116 5.04 7-14 28 22 13 2 0 1 127.2 160 112

Totals Opponents

4.53 22-30 3.74 30-22

52 52 26 52 52 31

2 7

0 0

ER BB SO 47 26 44 81 19 65 92 69 112

2B 3B HR AB B/Avg WP HBP 19 1 5 347 .337 8 10 28 4 26 584 .339 13 7 24 5 12 526 .304 4 17

2 339.2 475 296 220 114 221 71 10 43 1457 2 348.0 376 245 186 150 236 48 2 35 1423

.326 .264

25 25

34 40

BK SFA SHA 0 0 7 4 3 15 6 4 14 10 1

7 36 5 35

PB - Team (9), Straton, L 6, Weatherly, T 3, Opp (8). Pickoffs - Team (1), Weatherly, T 1. SBA/ATT - Straton, L (28-40), Crump, A (20-23), Zell, A (12-17), Klein, M (8-14), Weatherly, T (11-12), Yurek, M (1-2).

WAC Games: 4-16

Home: 0-8 GP-GS 20-18 19-11 20-20 19-19 20-20 16-14 20-19 13-9 16-10 20-20 9-0 15-12 15-13 11-5 2-0

AB R 65 10 40 4 51 6 62 7 58 5 39 6 45 7 21 1 36 9 39 8 9 1 30 4 31 0 2 3 1 0

Road: 4-8

Player Kathy Cox Kelly Sweeney Ashl Viers-Gordill Laeha Hill Christin Capobianc Allie Crump Lexi Straton Jessi Hanna Tazz Weatherly Kellie Calplan Maghan Yurek Kelsey Perkins Laurel Wyatt Megan Suitos Mandy Klein

AVG .323 .300 .275 .274 .241 .231 .200 .143 .139 .128 .111 .100 .097 .000 .000

H 21 12 14 17 14 9 9 3 5 5 1 3 3 0 0

Totals Opponents

.219 20-20 529 71 116 .370 20-20 570 136 211

2B 3B HR RBI 3 0 6 18 3 1 2 8 0 0 2 7 2 0 0 7 1 0 2 8 0 0 1 5 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 1 0 1 5 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 15 31

TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-SBA PO 42 .646 0 0 4 0 .323 0 0 1-1 16 23 .575 2 0 8 0 .333 0 0 0-0 20 20 .392 9 2 7 0 .397 1 1 0-0 111 19 .306 1 0 6 0 .286 0 1 0-0 14 21 .362 6 2 7 0 .333 0 1 0-0 49 12 .308 6 0 4 0 .333 0 2 0-0 2 9 .200 7 2 18 0 .333 0 1 1-1 77 5 .238 3 0 7 0 .250 0 0 0-0 18 7 .194 5 2 3 1 .279 0 1 1-1 12 9 .231 2 1 6 0 .186 1 1 1-1 33 1 .111 1 0 0 0 .200 0 0 0-0 0 3 .100 0 1 8 0 .129 0 0 0-0 10 4 .129 3 1 10 0 .200 0 2 0-0 7 0 .000 0 0 2 0 .000 0 0 0-0 5 0 .000 1 0 0 0 .500 0 0 0-0 0

1 14 62 175 5 28 123 336

.331 46 .589 40

11 90 18 70

1 .294 2 10 1 .426 4 13

A E FLD% 34 3 .943 26 4 .920 3 0 1.000 2 1 .941 3 1 .981 9 0 1.000 5 1 .988 14 1 .970 3 1 .938 51 11 .884 0 0 .000 3 3 .813 0 1 .875 0 1 .833 7 0 1.000

4-4 377 170 29 12-15 399 154 37

WAC RECORDS & HISTORY

Player Mandy Klein Aubray Zell Allie Crump

THE SCHOOLS

Player Alex Minten Kathy Cox Christin Capobianc Laeha Hill Ashl Viers-Gordill Kelly Sweeney Lexi Straton Allie Crump Laurel Wyatt Kelsey Perkins Kellie Calplan Tazz Weatherly Jessi Hanna Megan Suitos Maghan Yurek Mandy Klein

Neutral: 5-7

ABOUT THE WAC

GP-GS 2-0 52-50 52-52 50-46 51-50 42-30 49-45 42-36 43-34 42-34 52-49 38-24 28-18 33-17 24-4 2-0

Road: 10-14

.950 .937

LOB - Team (130), Opp (132). DPs turned - Team (12), Opp (2). CI - Team (0), Opp (2). IBB - Team (0), Opp (1). Player Mandy Klein Allie Crump Aubray Zell

ERA 4.98 5.74 6.88

W-L APP GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R 0-3 10 2 0 0 0 1 32.1 55 28 3-8 12 10 5 1 0 0 53.2 77 54 1-5 11 8 2 0 0 0 39.2 79 54

Totals Opponents

5.90 4-16 2.63 16-4

20 20 7 20 20 14

1 5

0 0

ER BB 23 8 44 27 39 5

1 125.2 211 136 106 1 133.0 116 71 50

40 46

SO 2B 3B HR AB B/Avg WP HBP 19 6 0 5 150 .367 0 5 38 14 5 7 227 .339 1 9 13 11 0 16 193 .409 1 4 70 31 90 15

5 28 570 1 14 529

.370 .219

2 4

18 11

BK SFA SHA 0 0 3 0 3 5 1 1 5 1 0

4 13 2 10

PB - Team (6), Straton, L 4, Weatherly, T 2, Opp (4). SBA/ATT - Straton, L (11-14), Crump, A (7-8), Klein, M (3-4), Zell, A (2-3), Weatherly, T (1-1).

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FRESNO STATE BULLDOGS BULLDOG BITS

QUICK FACTS Location:.........................................................Fresno, Calif. Joined WAC:................................................... July 1, 1992 Enrollment:.............................................................. 21,389 Founded:.......................................................................1911 Nickname:.............................................................Bulldogs Colors:........................................... Bulldog Red and Blue President:..............................................Dr. John D. Welty Athletics Director:................................... Thomas Boeh Athletic Department:......................... (559) 244-5641 Ticket Office:........................................... (559) 278-3647 Web Site:..................................... www.gobulldogs.com

Sports Information Director . ...............................................Steve Weakland Softball Contact . ............................Alyssa Chambers Office Number .....................................(559) 244-5612 Chambers’ Cell Number ..................(559) 389-1831 Chambers’ E-Mail .......achambers@csufresno.edu Fax Number ..........................................(559) 244-6032 Press Box ................................................(559) 278-8280

n All-WAC selections Haley Gilleland, Morgan Melloh and Caitlin Stiglich return for their junior

seasons.

n In 2009, the ‘Dogs won their 21st conference title, third WAC Tournament title and advanced

to their NCAA record 28th-straight NCAA Tournament.

n Fresno

State has ranked in the top 10 in the NCAA in winning percentage in each of the last 10 years.

n In the 2009 national polls, the ‘Dogs were ranked as high as No. 12. n Fresno State posted an 18-6 home record at Bulldog Diamond in 2009. All-time, the Bulldogs

boast an impressive 367-74 (.832) home record.

n The

Bulldogs yearly play the best of the best and this year take on defending national champion Washington along with UCLA, Arizona, Texas, Ohio State and Stanford among others.

SOFTBALL FACTS Head Coach............................................ Margie Wright Softball Office......................................(559) 278-4453 All-Time Record...........1,450-507-1 (.741), 32 years All-Time WAC Record......... 306-70 (.814), 17 years WAC Regular-Season Titles....10 (‘96, ’98-02, ‘04-06, ‘09) WAC Tournament Titles..................3 (1999, ‘07, ‘09) 2009 Record................................................ 38-20 (.655) 2009 WAC Record...................................... 15-5 (T-1st) Stadium..............................Bulldog Diamond (3,288) Stadium Record................... 360-74 (.829), 14 years NCAA Appearances...........................28 (1982-2009) NCAA Record.............................................. 86-57 (.601) Letterwinners Returning/Lost..........................11/2 Starters Returning/Lost......................................... 7/2

MEDIA OUTLETS Associated Press...............................Juliana Barbassa Office: (559) 264-3009................Fax: (559) 255-4450 Fresno Bee.........................................................Jeff Davis Office: (559) 441-6379................Fax: (559) 441-6070 The Collegian (Campus) Office: (559) 278-2486................Fax: (559) 278-2679

2010 SCHEDULE Date Feb. 12 Feb. 13 Feb. 13 Feb. 14 Feb. 14 Feb. 20 Feb. 20 Feb. 21 Feb. 21 Feb. 25 Feb. 25 Feb. 26 Feb. 26 Feb. 27 March 5 March 5 March 6 March 6 March 7 March 10 March 10 March 11 March 12 March 13 March 13 March 14 March 16 March 18 March 18

Opponent Time Santa Clara (DH) 6 p.m. !Pacific 12 p.m. !Sacramento State 2 p.m. !Pacific 12 p.m. !Sacramento State 2 p.m. @vs. Illinois 6 p.m. @vs. UC Riverside 8:15 p.m. @vs. Sacramento State 1:30 p.m. @at Stanford 3:45 p.m. #vs. Texas 1 p.m. #vs. Utah 5:30 p.m. #vs. Ohio State 10:30 a.m. #vs. Arizona 4:30 p.m. #vs. Washington 5:30 p.m. $vs. Wisconsin 11:30 a.m. $vs. UCLA 2 p.m. $vs. UTEP 9 a.m. $at San Diego State 2 p.m. $vs. Buffalo 9 a.m. $vs. East Carolina 6 p.m. $vs. East Carolina 8 p.m. %ETSU 7 p.m. %Colorado State 7 p.m. %Cal State Northridge 4:30 p.m. %Georgetown 7 p.m. %Mississippi State 2 p.m. %Princeton 6 p.m. ^vs. Louisiana-Lafayette 1:30 p.m. ^at Cal State Fullerton 6 p.m.

Date March 19 March 20 March 21 March 26 March 27 March 30 April 2 April 3 April 9 April 10 April 16 April 17 April 23 April 24 April 30 May 1 May 7 May 8 May 12-15

Opponent Time ^vs. Virginia 3:45 p.m. ^vs. DePaul 6 p.m. ^vs. New Mexico 1:30 p.m. *at Nevada 3 p.m. *at Nevada (DH) 1 p.m. at UC Santa Barbara (DH) 12 p.m. *Boise State 6 p.m. *Boise State (DH) 1 p.m. *Utah State 5 p.m. *Utah State (DH) 12 p.m. *at San Jose State 3 p.m. *at San Jose State (DH) 12 p.m. *New Mexico State 6 p.m. *New Mexico State (DH) 1 p.m. *at Hawai’i 7 p.m. *at Hawai’i (DH) 5 p.m. *Louisiana Tech 6 p.m. *Louisiana Tech (DH) 1 p.m. WAC Softball Tournament TBA (Las Cruces, N.M.)

!Fresno State Kick-Off (Fresno, Calif.) @Stanford/Nike Invitational (Palo Alto, Calif.) #Cathedral City Classic (Cathedral City, Calif.) $San Diego Classic I (San Diego, Calif.) %Bayer CropScience Classic (Fresno, Calif.) ^Judi Garman Classic (Fullerton, Calif.) *WAC game All times local/subject to change

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FRESNO STATE COACHING STAFF

MARGIE WRIGHT Alma Mater: Illinois State, 1974 Overall Record: 1,345-479-3/30 years School Record: 1,182-387-1/24 years WAC Record: 306-70 (.814) Playing Career: Illinois State, 1971-74 (Pitcher)

HEAD COACH FILE wins in 30 seasons and 1,150 victories in 24 seasons at Fresno State.

n Wright is entering her 25th season as head coach of the Bulldogs. n In 2009, she picked up WAC win No. 300, becoming the first coach in the history of the confer-

ence to hit that milestone.

n Wright

earned her 10th WAC Coach of the Year honor in 2009 after leading the Bulldogs to their 21st conference regular-season title and third WAC Tournament championship.

n Wright is just 18 victories away from 1,200 in her career at Fresno State and 55 away from her

n Wright has helped lead the Bulldogs to 28-straight NCAA Tournaments, an NCAA record. n During

her career, Wright has coached 55 All-Americans, 18 Academic All-Americans, two NCAA Top VIII Award Winners, four NCAA Postgraduate Award Winners, five Honda Awards Softball Finalists, 16 Olympians and eight professionals. n Wright

has been inducted into 12 Hall of Fames, including the NFCA Hall of Fame and the Women’s Sports Foundation International Hall of Fame.

ASSISTANT COACHES

Marcie Green Fresno State ’94 7th Year

Jan Winslow Saint Louis ’98 4th Year

WAC RECORDS & HISTORY

1,400th career win.

Opponent Score !vs. Wisconsin W, 5-0 !vs. Fordham L, 2-5 !vs. Liberty W, 2-0 !vs. Cal State Northridge W, 3-0 (8) @vs. No. 2 Florida L, 0-8 (5) @vs. Maryland W, 2-1 @vs. No. 21 North Carolina W, 4-2 @vs. No. 12 Northwestern W, 3-0 @vs. No. 6 UCLA L, 2-10 (6) Utah Valley W, 12-1 (5) #vs. Iowa State L, 0-1 #vs. Wisconsin W, 12-3 (5) #vs. Cal State Northridge L, 0-1 #at Long Beach State L, 0-8 (6) $Brigham Young L, 0-2 (10) $Providence W, 1-0 (8) $Northern Illinois W, 6-1 $Providence L, 5-13 $California W, 3-2 Temple W, 1-0 Temple W, 3-0 %vs. No. 10 Michigan L, 1-3 %vs. No. 25 Florida State W, 1-0 (8) %vs. No. 16 La.-Lafayette L, 0-7 %vs. No. 3 Washington L, 0-3 (11) %vs. No. 23 DePaul L, 1-6 *San Jose State W, 7-1 *San Jose State W, 2-0 *San Jose State W, 1-0 UC Davis W, 3-0 UC Davis W, 2-1 (8) *at New Mexico State L, 0-3 *at New Mexico State W, 14-1 (5) *at New Mexico State W, 7-3 (8) at Pacific W, 3-0 *Hawai‘i W, 2-0 *Hawai‘i L, 4-7 (16) *Hawai‘i L, 1-2 UC Santa Barbara W, 3-1 UC Santa Barbara L, 0-1 *at Louisiana Tech W, 7-0 *at Louisiana Tech W, 3-0 *at Louisiana Tech L, 0-1 (10) *Nevada W, 1-0 (9) *Nevada W, 4-0 *Nevada L, 1-5 *at Boise State W, 6-3 *at Boise State W, 10-9 *at Boise State W, 11-8 (8) *at Utah State W, 10-0 (5) *at Utah State W, 9-0 (5) ^No. 7 Boise State W, 4-0 ^No. 4 Louisiana Tech W, 5-0 ^No. 2 Nevada W, 3-2 (8) &vs. UNLV W, 2-1 &at No. 2 UCLA L, 2-4 &vs. Long Beach State W, 12-2 &at No. 2 UCLA L, 5-9

THE SCHOOLS

n Margie Wright is the NCAA’s all-time winningest softball coach with more than 1,300 career

Date Feb. 6 Feb. 6 Feb. 7 Feb. 8 Feb. 19 Feb. 20 Feb. 21 Feb. 21 Feb. 22 Feb. 26 Feb. 28 Feb. 28 March 1 March 1 March 5 March 6 March 7 March 7 March 8 March 10 March 10 March 12 March 13 March 13 March 14 March 15 March 20 March 21 March 21 March 24 March 24 March 27 March 27 March 28 March 31 April 3 April 4 April 4 April 6 April 6 April 10 April 11 April 11 April 17 April 18 April 18 April 24 April 25 April 25 May 1 May 1 May 7 May 8 May 9 May 15 May 16 May 16 May 17

ABOUT THE WAC

2009 RESULTS

!Cathedral City Kickoff (Cathedral City, Calif.) @Cathedral City Classic (Cathedral City, Calif.) #Long Beach State Tourney (Long Beach, Calif.) $Bayer CropScience Classic (Fresno, Calif.) %Judi Garman Classic (Fullerton, Calif.) *WAC Game ^WAC Softball Tournament (Fresno, Calif.) &NCAA Regional (Los Angeles, Calif.)

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WAC RECORDS & HISTORY

THE SCHOOLS

ABOUT THE WAC

FRESNO STATE TOP PLAYERS AND ROSTER

HALEY GILLELAND IF, 5-4, Jr.

MORGAN MELLOH LHP, 5-8, Jr.

CAITLIN STIGLICH C, 5-5, Jr.

Has started all 125 games of her career ... Named second team all-WAC as a sophomore in 2009 ... also named to the all-tournament team at the 2009 WAC Tournament ... had team-high 19 multiple hit games as well as six multi-run games and seven multiple RBI games in 2009 ... named first team All-West Region as a freshman in 2008 ... named to the all-tournament team at the 2008 NCAA Fresno Regional ... as a freshman, led the team in at bats, hits, hit by pitch, sacrifice hits and stolen bases ... two-time Academic all-WAC honoree ... 2008 Fresno State Scholar-Athlete.

Earned first team all-WAC honors and was the WAC Tournament MVP in 2009 ... 2008 Easton Sports first team All-American and NFCA second team AllAmerican ... 2008 NCAA Fresno Regional Co-MVP ... named to the 2008 All-West Region first team ... 2008 WAC Freshman of the Year and Pitcher of the Year ... has been named WAC Pitcher of the Week eight times during her two seasons ... became the fourth NCAA Division I pitcher to throw back-toback 400 strikeout seasons in first two seasons as a collegian – joining Monica Abbott (Tennessee), Cat Osterman (Texas) and Angelica Selden (UCLA) ... only Bulldog pitcher to have a 40-win season

Named second-team all-WAC as a sophomore in 2009 ... led the team in RBI (37), ranked second in at bats (181) and total bases (73) and third in batting average (.276) ... became just the fourth Bulldog ever to hit two grand slams in one season ... as a freshman, led the team and ranked second in the WAC in multiple RBI games (17) ... became 11th Bulldog freshman to record a 60-hit season ... led the team in RBI (52) and doubles (16) and ranked third in home runs (9) ... selected to the 2008 NCAA Fresno RegionaI Team ... named WAC Hitter of the Week for March 17-23 ... 2008 Academic all-WAC and WAC Scholar-Athlete.

CAREER Statistics Year W-L S ERA IP 2008 42-9 3 1.28 360.2 2009 30-16 2 1.71 319.1 Total 72-25 5 1.48 680.0

CAREER Statistics Year G-GS AB 2008 67-67 204 2009 58-58 181 Total 125-125 385

CAREER Statistics Year G-GS AB 2008 67-67 215 2009 58-58 181 Total 125-125 396

R H RBI Avg. 46 78 31 .363 29 54 22 .298 75 132 53 .333

BB 80 107 187

2010 ROSTER o. N 14 10 18 30 11 35 12 21 4 25 45 31 8 41 13 3 6 34

Name Pos. B/T Nicole Angene IF R/R Jody Badorine OF L/L Lisamarie Coronado OF R/R Ashley Cox RHP R/R Haley Gilleland IF R/R Kaitlin Griffin C R/R Alexis Lujan IF R/R Morgan Melloh LHP L/L Courtney Moore IF/OF R/R Michelle Moses RHP/IF R/R Mackenzie Oakes RHP R/R Andrea Ortega IF/OF R/R Brooke Phipps OF R/R Kaylan Pollard OF R/R Diane Runge OF L/R Caitlin Stiglich C R/R Rebecca Walker IF R/R Hannah Williams RHP R/R

2010 WAC SOFTBALL Media Guide

R H RBI Avg. 31 61 52 .299 13 50 37 .276 44 111 89 .288

TEAM PROFILE Ht. 5-10 5-7 5-3 5-8 5-4 5-5 5-6 5-8 5-5 5-9 5-8 5-4 5-7 5-8 5-2 5-5 5-8 6-0

Head Coach: Margie Wright Assistant Coaches: Marcie Green, Jan Winslow

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K 454 450 904

Yr. Jr. So. Sr. Jr. Jr. So. So. Jr. So. So. So. RSo. Sr. So. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr.

Hometown (Last School) Norco, Calif. (Norco) Madera, Calif. (Madera) Hemet, Calif. (Hemet) Fresno, Calif. (Clovis West) Fresno, Calif. (Clovis West) Northport, Ala. (Tuscaloosa County) Fresno, Calif. (Bullard) Fishers, Ind. (Hamilton Southeastern) El Sobrante, Calif. (Mississippi State) Paso Robles, Calif. (Paso Robles) Bakersfield, Calif. (Stockdale) Scottsdale, Ariz. (Coronado) Corona, Calif. (Corona) Rescue, Calif. (Ponderosa) Clovis, Calif. (Buchanan) Newhall, Calif. (William Hart) La Mirada, Calif. (La Mirada) Brentwood, Calif. (Freedom)

Key Returnees Haley Gilleland Caitlin Stiglich

BA .298 .276

Hits 54 50

RBI 22 37

Key Pitchers Morgan Melloh

ERA 1.71

W-L 30-16

K 450

Key Losses Haley Perkins

BA .330

Hits 66

RBI 19

BULLDOG DIAMOND


FRESNO STATE 2009 STATISTICS All Games: 38-20

Home: 18-6

AVG .330 .298 .276 .267 .242 .227 .223 .214 .195 .188 .167 .156 .155 .154 .000 .000 .000

AB 200 181 181 15 91 163 175 168 133 96 18 32 110 13 1 0 0

R 40 29 13 1 8 20 22 17 19 10 2 14 8 0 0 0 10

H 66 54 50 4 22 37 39 36 26 18 3 5 17 2 0 0 0

Totals Opponents

.240 58-58 1577 213 379 .194 58-58 1503 142 292

2B 3B HR RBI 9 3 0 19 12 2 0 22 8 0 5 37 2 0 0 3 3 0 2 14 4 1 2 10 5 1 10 37 7 0 4 11 3 1 3 16 1 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 3 11 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-SBA PO A E FLD% 81 .405 17 9 10 0 .407 0 1 6-7 116 127 9 .964 70 .387 18 8 25 0 .386 0 9 15-16 88 92 14 .928 73 .403 12 6 21 0 .340 1 5 0-0 501 39 4 .993 6 .400 1 0 2 0 .313 0 0 0-0 5 0 1 .833 31 .341 6 4 16 0 .311 2 1 0-0 5 1 0 1.000 49 .301 14 4 30 0 .304 0 0 0-0 31 2 2 .943 76 .434 20 5 49 0 .317 2 0 1-1 405 25 7 .984 55 .327 17 1 38 0 .290 0 2 0-1 31 106 8 .945 40 .301 9 2 48 0 .255 1 9 4-4 25 1 4 .867 19 .198 4 0 12 0 .220 0 0 2-2 15 0 1 .938 3 .167 0 1 6 0 .211 0 0 0-0 7 48 2 .965 5 .156 0 1 12 0 .182 0 1 5-5 5 2 0 1.000 27 .245 11 1 25 0 .234 2 5 0-0 8 1 0 1.000 4 .308 1 0 5 0 .214 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 1 0 .000 0 0 0-0 1 26 3 .900 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 1-1 0 0 0 .000

55 9 29 187 539 33 11 26 133 425

.342 130 .283 135

42 300 22 507

0 .314 8 33 0 .270 3 32

34-37 1243 470 55 22-37 1200 479 76

.969 .957

LOB - Team (387), Opp (317). DPs turned - Team (16), Opp (15). IBB - Team (1), Perkins, H 1.

Totals Opponents

ERA W-L APP GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R 1.71 30-16 53 44 37 17 2 2 319.1 199 96 2.02 8-1 19 11 5 1 2 0 83.0 71 31 7.70 0-2 3 2 0 0 0 0 10.0 15 11 8.40 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1.2 2 2 10.50 0-1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1.1 5 2 1.97 38-20 2.68 20-38

58 58 42 58 58 35

20 10

2 2

ER BB SO 2B 3B HR AB B/Avg WP HBP 78 107 450 22 7 19 1133 .176 12 21 24 19 45 9 3 5 312 .228 4 0 11 7 12 2 0 2 43 .349 1 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 7 .286 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 8 .625 0 0

2 415.1 292 142 117 135 507 33 11 26 1503 2 400.0 379 213 153 130 300 55 9 29 1577

.194 .240

17 26

22 42

BK SFA SHA 0 1 25 0 1 7 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1

3 32 8 33

PB - Team (7), Stiglich, C 7, Opp (11). Pickoffs - Team (1), Stiglich, C 1. SBA/ATT - Stiglich, C (23-37), Melloh, M (19-28), Oakes, M (4-8), Cox, A (0-1).

WAC Games: 15-5

Home: 6-3 GP-GS 20-20 20-20 20-20 20-20 20-20 16-4 20-20 15-14 20-20 13-11 9-9 3-2 10-0

AB 75 67 60 71 68 11 61 52 66 36 27 8 0

R 20 8 12 12 5 6 12 6 7 5 4 0 3

Road: 9-2

Player Haley Perkins Haley Gilleland Brooke Phipps Michelle Moses Caitlin Stiglich Jody Badorine Lisamarie Coronado Alexis Lujan Nicole Angene Ryane Petersen Mallory Perkins Kaitlin Griffin Kaylan Pollard

AVG .400 .358 .317 .296 .279 .273 .246 .231 .212 .194 .185 .000 .000

H 30 24 19 21 19 3 15 12 14 7 5 0 0

Totals Opponents

.281 20-20 602 100 169 .200 20--20 551 44 110

2B 3B HR RBI 5 1 0 11 7 1 0 13 2 0 3 11 4 0 6 14 4 0 2 15 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 5 2 0 2 7 1 0 2 5 0 0 3 5 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 26 9

2 20 2 12

TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-SBA PO 37 .493 6 0 3 0 .444 0 1 2-2 46 33 .493 9 0 7 0 .434 0 4 1-1 28 30 .500 3 0 10 0 .344 1 3 2-2 11 43 .606 4 1 18 0 .342 0 0 0-0 136 29 .426 2 0 7 0 .296 1 4 0-0 183 3 .273 0 0 3 0 .273 0 0 3-3 3 22 .361 6 3 9 0 .343 0 0 0-0 16 20 .385 1 2 5 0 .273 0 1 0-0 4 21 .318 3 0 11 0 .246 0 1 0-0 7 16 .444 2 0 8 0 .231 1 1 0-0 0 5 .185 0 0 2 0 .185 0 0 0-0 5 0 .000 0 0 4 0 .000 0 0 0-0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0-0 0

87 259 42 159

.430 36 .289 47

6 87 7 182

0 .326 3 15 0 .270 2 4

A 34 39 0 6 10 1 0 1 36 0 0 0 0

E FLD% 3 .964 6 .918 1 .917 1 .993 1 .995 0 1.000 1 .941 0 1.000 3 .935 0 .000 1 .833 0 .000 0 .000

8-8 443 150 18 5-10 435 189 32

WAC RECORDS & HISTORY

Player Morgan Melloh Mackenzie Oakes Michelle Moses Ashley Cox Ryane Petersen

THE SCHOOLS

Player Haley Perkins Haley Gilleland Caitlin Stiglich Andrea Ortega Alexis Lujan Lisamarie Coronado Michelle Moses Nicole Angene Brooke Phipps Mallory Perkins Morgan Melloh Jody Badorine Ryane Petersen Kaitlin Griffin Mackenzie Oakes Angelica Adam Kaylan Pollard

Neutral: 10-9

ABOUT THE WAC

GP-GS 58-58 58-58 58-58 6-6 32-27 55-55 58-58 58-58 58-57 38-34 8-8 43-11 43-39 9-2 1-0 3-0 36-0

Road: 10-5

.971 .951

LOB - Team (127), Opp (121). DPs turned - Team (4), Opp (3). Player Morgan Melloh Mackenzie Oakes Ryane Petersen Totals Opponents

ERA W-L APP GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R 1.42 11-4 19 15 12 7 1 2 118.0 79 32 1.91 4-0 7 4 1 0 1 0 29.1 26 10 10.50 0-1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1.1 5 2 1.60 15-5 3.77 5-15

20 20 13 20 20 13

8 2

1 0

2 148.2 110 44 0 145.0 169 100

ER BB SO 2B 3B HR AB B/Avg WP HBP 24 36 163 8 2 8 425 .186 2 7 8 10 19 1 0 4 118 .220 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 8 .625 0 0 34 78

47 182 9 36 87 26

2 12 551 2 20 602

.200 .281

3 8

7 6

BK SFA SHA 0 1 3 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 0

2 4 3 15

PB - Team (3), Stiglich, C 3, Opp (4). Pickoffs - Team (1), Stiglich, C 1. SBA/ATT - Stiglich, C (5-10), Melloh, M (3-8), Oakes, M (2-2).

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THE SCHOOLS

ABOUT THE WAC

HAWAI‘I RAINBOW WAHINE RAINBOW WAHINE BITS

QUICK FACTS Location:.............................................. Honolulu, Hawai‘i Joined WAC:................................................... July 1, 1979 Enrollment:.............................................................. 20,000 Founded:.......................................................................1907 Nickname:.............................................Rainbow Wahine Colors:........................... Green, Black, White and Silver Chancellor:...................................... Virginia S. Hinshaw Athletics Director:.................................... Jim Donovan Athletic Department:......................... (808) 956-7301 Ticket Office:........................................... (808) 956-4482 Web Site:.............................. www.hawaiiathletics.com

Sports Information Director . ...................................................Derek Inouchi Softball Contact . ...............................Kara Nishimura Office Number .....................................(808) 956-5087 Nishimura’s Cell Number . ..............(808) 497-0638 Nishimura’s E-Mail ....................karakn@hawaii.edu Fax Number ..........................................(808) 956-4470 Press Box ......................................................................N/A

n The Rainbow Wahine finished the 2009 season with a 30-24 overall record and a 15-6 mark

in WAC play, good for third place and just half a game out of first. It was the 18th time in the 25-year school history that UH hit the 30-win mark.

n To earn its ninth overall trip to the NCAA Regionals, UH will have to have a strong showing

against the nation’s elite teams, including 12 teams that advanced to the postseason last year. Hawai‘i will face perennial powers Stanford, California, Oklahoma, Arizona, DePaul, Fresno State and defending NCAA Champion Washington.

n UH returns four all-WAC selections from 2009 in first team first baseman Amanda Tauali‘i

and second-teamers Makani Duhaylonsod-Kaleimamahu (DP), Kanani Pu‘u-Warren and WAC Freshman of the Year Stephanie Ricketts.

n Hawai‘i has nine newcomers, led by junior college All-American Jenna Rodriguez, Australian

national team pitcher Kaia Parnaby and redshirt freshman standout Kelly Majam.

n UH won 14 of its last 16 regular-season games in 2009 and won four games against three

Top 25 teams – No.6 Oklahoma, No. 22 Fresno State and No. 23 Ohio State. The Rainbow Wahine also won a series at Fresno State for the first time in school history.

n Ricketts

posted a 22-11 record with a pair of no-hitters and nine shutouts last year as a freshman.

SOFTBALL FACTS Head Coach..................................................Bob Coolen Softball Office......................................(808) 956-4506 All-Time Record..............778-586-1 (.570), 25 years All-Time WAC Record......... 189-97 (.661), 13 years WAC Regular-Season Titles.................2 (2003, ’07) WAC Tournament Titles...............................................0 2009 Record................................................ 30-24 (.556) 2009 WAC Record..........................................15-6 (3rd) Stadium.....Rainbow Wahine Softball Staduim (1,200) Stadium Record.................245-106 (.698), 12 years NCAA Appearances... 8 (1994, ’95, ’98, ’99, ’01, ’03, ’07, ’08) NCAA Record.............................................. 17-16 (.515) Letterwinners Returning/Lost..........................12/7 Starters Returning/Lost......................................... 6/5

MEDIA OUTLETS Associated Press..................................... Jaymes Song Office: (808) 533-2422................Fax: (808) 531-1213 Honolulu Advertiser.............................. Stephen Tsai Office: (808) 525-8040................Fax: (808) 525-5491 Honolulu Star Bulletin................... Jason Kaneshiro Office: (808) 529-4782................Fax: (808) 529-4787 Ka Leo (Campus)..................................Ashley Nonaka Office: (808) 956-3215................Fax: (808) 956-9962

2010 SCHEDULE Date Feb. 11 Feb. 12 Feb. 12 Feb.13 Feb.19 Feb. 19 Feb. 20 Feb. 20 Feb. 21 Feb. 23 Feb. 25 Feb. 26 Feb. 26 Feb. 27 Feb. 27 March 5 March 6 March 6 March 7 March 10 March12 March 12 March 13 March 13 March 14 March 17 March 18 March 18

Opponent Time !McNeese State 6 p.m. !Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 5 p.m. !Stanford 7 p.m. !Bracket Games TBA @vs. Utah 1:30 p.m. @at UNLV 6 p.m. @vs. Georgia Tech 11:15 a.m. @vs. San Diego 3:45 p.m. @vs. Cal State-Fullerton 11:15 a.m. at Loyola Marymount 12 p.m. #vs. Oklahoma State 10:30 a.m. #vs. UC Davis 10:30 a.m. #vs. Oregon 1 p.m. #vs. Oklahoma 10:30 a.m. #vs. Arizona 1 p.m. $Seattle 6 p.m. $East Carolina 4 p.m. 6 p.m. $Washington TBA $Bracket Games Troy (DH) 6 p.m. %Troy 5 p.m. %Loyola Marymount 7 p.m. %DePaul 2 p.m. %Bracket Games TBA %Bracket Games TBA ^Lipscomb 6 p.m. ^California 5 p.m. ^Lipscomb 7 p.m.

Date March 19 March 20 March 20 March 26 March 27 April 3 April 4 April 6 April 7 April 9 April 10 April 16 April 17 April 23 April 24 April 30 May 1 May 12-15

Opponent ^California ^Lipscomb ^California *San Jose State *San Jose State (DH) *at New Mexico State (DH) *at New Mexico State *at Utah State *at Utah State (DH) *at Boise State *at Boise State (DH) *Louisiana Tech *Louisiana Tech (DH) *at Nevada *at Nevada (DH) *Fresno State *Fresno State (DH) WAC Softball Tournament (Las Cruces, N.M.)

!Oceanic Time Warner Cable Classic (Honolulu) @Louisville Slugger Desert Classic (Las Vegas) #Cathedral City Classic (Cathedral City, Calif.) $Bank of Hawai‘i Invitational (Honolulu) %Pepsi Malihini Kipa Aloha Tournament (Honolulu) ^Chevron Spring Fling Tournament (Honolulu) *WAC game All times local/subject to change

RAINBOW WAHINE ADMINISTRATION

Virginia Hinshaw Chancellor 28

Peter Nicholson Faculty Representative

2010 WAC SOFTBALL Media Guide

Jim Donovan Athletics Director

Time 6 p.m. noon 2 p.m. 6 p.m. 4 p.m. 5 p.m. 2 p.m. 3 p.m. 1 p.m. 3 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 4 p.m. 3 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 4 p.m. TBA

Marilyn Moniz-Kaho‘ohanohano Associate AD/SWA

Kara Nishimura SID


HAWAI‘I COACHING STAFF

BOB COOLEN Alma Mater: Wesleyan, 1980 Overall Record: 739-505-1/23 years School Record: 667-412-1/18 years WAC Record: 188-97 (.660) Playing Career: Wesleyan, 1977-80

HEAD COACH FILE Coolen is UH’s all-time winningest softball coach, posting winning records in16 of 18 seasons. He is also the third-longest tenured coach at UH behind Andy Johnson (sailing) and Dave Shoji (women’s volleyball).

n The ‘Bows

got off to a rough 3-10 start – seven of those losses were one-run defeats, five of which were to Top 25 teams (including No. 1 Alabama, No. 9 Tennesee, No. 10 Okahoma, No. 17 LSU). But Coolen was able to right the ship, finding different lineup combinations along with the emergence of freshman pitcher Stephanie Ricketts, which allowed UH to hit its groove to go 27-14 the rest of the season.

n Coolen has led Hawai‘i to three conference titles – a pair of WAC crowns in 2003 and ’07 and

the Big West title in 1994.

played in the postseason eight times (1994, ’95, ’98, ’99, 2001, ’01, ’03, ’07 and ’08).

n Coolen is currently in the Top 30 amongst active coaches in victories. n In his 18 seasons at UH, Coolen has coached

13 All-Americans, 29 All-West Region players and 49 all-conference players. Thirty of his players have earned Academic all-WAC honors and 19 have been named NFCA Scholar-Athletes.

ASSISTANT COACHES

Dee Wisneski Hawai‘i ’96 13th Year

Kaulana Williams Hawai‘i ’09 1st Year

WAC RECORDS & HISTORY

n Coolen is the only coach in UH softball history to lead teams to the NCAA Tournament. They’ve

Opponent Score !No. 10 Oklahoma W, 8-5 !UAB L, 0-2 !No. 19 LSU L, 5-6 !No. 10 Oklahoma L, 0-14 (5) !No. 19 LSU L, 5-6 (9) @vs. No. 13 Northwestern L, 2-6 @vs. Kentucky L, 0-8 (5) @vs. Oregon L, 2-3 @vs. Saint Louis W, 8-3 @vs. UC Davis L, 1-8 #vs. Maryland L, 2-3 #vs. No. 9 Tennessee L, 2-3 #vs. No. 23 Ohio State W, 4-2 #vs. No. 1 Alabama L, 0-1 (8) $Mount St. Mary’s W, 2-0 $Western Carolina W, 6-0 $Mount St. Mary’s W, 20-0 (5) %Mount St. Mary’s W, 8-0 (6) %Santa Clara W, 9-0 (5) %Mississippi State L, 11-14 %Florida Gulf Coast L, 4-5 %Oregon State W, 3-2 ^Utah W, 1-0 ^Wisconsin L, 0-3 ^No. 11 California L, 1-10 (5) ^Radford L, 1-6 ^Memphis W, 5-3 *at Louisiana Tech W, 3-0 *at Louisiana Tech L, 1-8 *at Louisiana Tech W, 4-0 at Grambling State W, 4-0 *Nevada L, 5-6 (8) *Nevada L, 1-3 *Nevada W, 3-2 *at Fresno State L, 0-2 *at Fresno State W, 7-4 (16) *at Fresno State W, 2-1 *Utah State W, 9-1 (6) *Utah State W, 4-3 (10) *Utah State W, 3-2 *at San Jose State L, 4-5 *at San Jose State W, 6-5 *at San Jose State W, 11-4 *at Santa Clara W, 12-0 (5) *at Santa Clara W, 9-0 *New Mexico State W, 3-1 *New Mexico State L, 1-3 *New Mexico State W, 11-3 (5) *Boise State W, 8-0 (5) *Boise State W, 9-1 (5) *Boise State W, 8-3 &vs. No. 4 Louisiana Tech L, 1-7 &vs. No. 7 Boise State W, 10-2 &vs. No. 2 Nevada L, 2-4 (10)

THE SCHOOLS

n Bob

Date Feb. 5 Feb. 6 Feb. 6 Feb. 7 Feb. 7 Feb. 13 Feb. 13 Feb. 14 Feb. 14 Feb. 15 Feb. 19 Feb. 20 Feb. 21 Feb. 21 Feb. 27 Feb. 28 March 1 March 4 March 5 March 6 March 6 March 8 March 11 March 12 March 12 March 13 March 13 March 21 March 21 March 22 March 23 March 27 March 28 March 28 April 3 April 4 April 4 April 10 April 11 April 11 April 17 April 18 April 18 April 20 April 20 April 24 April 25 April 25 May 1 May 2 May 2 May 6 May 7 May 8

ABOUT THE WAC

2009 RESULTS

!Paradise Classic (Honolulu) @Desert Classic (Las Vegas, Nev.) #Cathedral City Classic (Cathedral City, Calif.) $Bank of Hawai‘i Invitational (Honolulu) %Pepsi Aloha Tournament (Honolulu) ^Chevron Spring Fling (Honolulu) *WAC Game &WAC Softball Tournament (Fresno, Calif.)

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HAWAI‘I TOP PLAYERS AND ROSTER

KANANI PU‘U-WARREN OF, 5-6, Sr.

STEPHANIE RICKETTS P/1B, 6-0, So.

AMANDA TAUALI‘I 1B, 5-5, Sr.

Named second team all-WAC as a junior ... appeared in 47 games wth 46 starts … in conference action, led UH with a .340 batting average (17-for-50) and was tied for the team-lead with 14 runs scored ... overall, posted career highs in every offensive category including runs (25), hits (25), doubles (6), home runs (6) and RBI (18) ... had a slugging percentage of .500 and an on-base percentage of .439 ... broke the single-season hit-by-pitch record (16) ... as a sophomore, appeared in 22 games with one start ... used primarily as a pinch runner ... appeared in 25 games with one start as a freshman.

Became the fourth Rainbow Wahine to be named WAC Freshman of the Year ... selected to the all-WAC second team and the NFCA All-West Region first team ... twice chosen as WAC Pitcher of the Week ... had 27 complete games in 30 starts ... fired a pair of nohitters over WAC opponents Louisiana Tech (March 22) and Boise State (May 1) ... threw a career-high 12.1 innings in relief to earn a win at No. 22 Fresno State (April 4) in the longest game in UH history (16 innings) ... tossed five one-hitters and had nine shutouts ... is fifth in wins (22) and strikeouts (178) in the UH single-season record books ... became just the fifth pitcher in UH history to throw more than 220 innings in a single season ... named an NFCA ScholarAthlete and an Academic all-WAC Freshman team.

Named first team all-WAC and to the NFCA All-West Region first team after setting career highs in every offensive category ... led UH in triples (5), home runs (15), RBI (41), slugging percentage (.738) and total bases (118) ... also led Hawai‘i with 10 multiple-RBI games ... played in 16 games with eight starts as a sophomore ... as a freshman, appeared in 17 games ... got her first career hit against Mississippi State and hit first career home run at Loyola Marymount.

CAREER Statistics Year G-GS AB 2007 25-1 9 2008 22-1 4 2009 47-46 98 Total 94-48 111

R 5 5 25 35

H RBI Avg. 2 4 .222 0 0 .000 25 18 .255 27 22 .243

K 178 178

No. Name

Pos.

B/T Ht.

Yr.

Hometown (Last School)

OF/C

R/R 5-5

So.

Temple City, Calif. (Temple City)

7 Tara Anguiano

SS/2B

R/R 5-2

Fr.

Whittier, Calif. (Bishop Amat Memorial)

S/R

5-3

Fr.

Thousand Oaks, Calif. (La Reina)

25 Makani Duhaylonsod-Kaleimamahu P/1B/DP

R/R 5-11

So.

Mililani, O`ahu (Mililani)

23 Jocelyn Enrique

INF

R/R 5-9

RS-Fr.

Anahola, Kaua`i (Kapa`a)

33 Melissa Gonzalez

P/INF

R/R 5-6

Jr.

Moreno Valley, Calif. (Valley View)

21 Katie Grimes

C/OF

R/R 5-6

Sr.

Tampa, Fla. (H.B. Plant)

1 Jessica Iwata

SS

R/R 5-4

Fr.

Lihu’e, Kaua`i (Kaua’i)

1B

R/R 5-9

12 Jori Jasper

OF

OF/P

L/L

5-3

Fr. RS-Fr.

Lihu’e, Kaua’i (Kaua’i)

INF

R/R 5-4

So.

Kapolei, O`ahu (Kamehameha Schools)

11 Tasha Pagdilao

C

R/R 5-3

Sr.

Lahaina, Mau`i (UC Colorado Springs)

4 Rachel Paragas

OF/2B

R/R 5-1

So.

West Covina, Calif. (St. John’s)

L/L

5-6

Fr.

Bilgola Plateau, NSW, Australia (NBSC Freshwater)

R/R 5-5

Sr.

West Covina, CA (Walnut) San Jose, Calif. (Archbishop Mitty)

19 Kanani Pu‘u-Warren

P C/OF

10 Stephanie Ricketts

1B/P

R/R 6-0

So.

9 Sarah Robinson

P/1B

R/R 5-8

So.

Honolulu, O`ahu (Moanalua)

13 Jenna Rodriguez

RHP/OF

R/R 5-5

Jr.

Arcadia, Calif. (Yavapai College)

2 Mikalemi Tagab-Cruz

OF/2B/C

R/R 5-1

So.

Carson, Calif. (Banning)

24 Amanda Tauali‘i

1B

L/L

5-5

Sr.

Torrance, Calif. (North Torrance)

18 Traci Yoshikawa

INF

R/R 5-4

Sr.

Honolulu, O`ahu (Moanalua)

Head Coach: Bob Coolen Associate Head Coach: Dee Wisneski Assistant Coach: Kaulana Williams

2010 WAC SOFTBALL Media Guide

Key Returnees Amanda Tauali‘i Makani Duhaylonsod- Kaleimamahu

BA .338 .298

Hits 54 39

RBI 41 24

Key Pitchers Stephanie Ricketts

ERA 1.81

W-L 22-11

K 178

Key Losses Tanisha Milca Clare Warwick

BA .349 .295

Hits 65 49

RBI 36 26

Pine Valley, Calif (Mountain Empire)

8 Dara Pagaduan

16 Kaia Parnaby

H RBI Avg. 4 5 .222 3 4 .143 54 41 .338 61 50 .307

TEAM PROFILE

14 Alexandra Aguirre 5 Brynne Buchanan

R 5 2 29 36

BB 48 48

2010 ROSTER

00 Kelly Majam

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CAREER Statistics Year W-L S ERA IP 2009 22-11 0 1.78 239.2 Total 22-11 0 1.78 239.2

CAREER Statistics Year G-GS AB 2007 17-1 18 2008 15-7 21 2009 53-51 160 85-59 199 Total

RAINBOW WAHINE SOFTBALL STADIUM


HAWAI‘I 2009 STATISTICS All Games: 30-24

AB 186 160 130 166 106 112 53 97 31 72 41 52 39 81 72 18 9 4 1 0

R 43 29 15 31 23 14 3 25 7 13 0 11 13 7 6 11 1 0 0 0

H 65 54 39 49 29 30 14 25 7 16 9 11 8 16 9 2 1 0 0 0

.269 54-54 1430 252 384 .229 54-54 1426 183 326

Neutral: 3-9

2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-SBA PO A E FLD% 11 0 13 36 115 .618 19 4 17 0 .421 0 0 2-4 56 8 3 .955 9 5 15 41 118 .738 10 6 42 1 .398 0 1 0-1 431 22 6 .987 7 0 7 24 67 .515 8 1 28 4 .343 1 0 0-0 9 3 0 1.000 7 1 5 26 73 .440 22 5 14 1 .384 5 3 0-3 56 134 5 .974 6 1 3 19 46 .434 10 5 29 1 .364 0 5 1-1 62 82 10 .935 8 0 6 15 56 .500 16 3 23 0 .374 0 2 0-0 64 1 1 .985 1 0 1 6 18 .340 4 0 8 2 .316 0 1 0-0 4 7 2 .846 6 0 6 18 49 .505 17 16 36 0 .443 1 2 0-1 32 3 3 .921 0 0 0 1 7 .226 4 2 11 0 .351 0 0 2-2 19 2 3 .875 3 0 3 9 28 .389 6 5 20 1 .325 0 0 3-3 30 56 12 .878 1 0 0 8 10 .244 2 0 13 0 .256 0 2 0-0 71 6 0 1.000 1 0 2 8 18 .346 10 1 12 1 .349 0 1 0-0 20 34 9 .857 1 1 0 3 11 .282 3 0 9 0 .262 0 1 2-4 17 0 1 .944 2 0 0 6 18 .222 15 1 25 0 .330 0 4 0-0 180 12 5 .975 0 0 1 6 12 .167 6 1 21 0 .200 1 3 1-1 32 45 7 .917 0 0 0 1 2 .111 4 0 6 0 .273 0 2 0-2 3 0 1 .750 0 0 0 0 1 .111 0 0 7 0 .111 0 0 0-0 1 0 0 1.000 0 0 0 0 0 .000 3 0 2 0 .429 0 0 0-0 5 68 6 .924 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 1 0 .000 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 .000 63 58

8 62 227 649 7 31 158 491

.454 159 .344 75

50 324 25 250

11 .360 8 27 3 .279 2 25

11-22 1094 491 75 35-42 1079 383 59

.955 .961

LOB - Team (346), Opp (279). DPs turned - Team (12), Opp (28). IBB - Team (6), Warwick, C 3, Pu’u-Warren 1, Milca, T 1, Andrade, A 1. Picked off - Tauali`i, A 1.

Totals Opponents

2.53 30-24 4.05 24-30

54 54 37 54 54 29

12 5

1 1

ER BB SO 2B 3B HR AB B/Avg WP HBP 61 48 178 37 4 11 898 .195 11 13 45 20 57 13 3 13 387 .266 3 8 11 2 8 3 0 2 80 .288 1 3 9 5 5 4 0 2 47 .362 2 1 6 0 2 1 0 3 14 .571 2 0

0 364.2 326 183 132 75 250 58 1 359.2 384 252 208 159 324 63

7 31 1426 8 62 1430

.229 .269

19 34

25 50

BK SFA SHA 0 0 12 0 2 11 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

2 25 8 27

PB - Team (4), Grimes, K 4, Opp (9). Pickoffs - Team (0), Opp (1). SBA/ATT - Grimes, K (26-32), Ricketts, S (14-19), Baughman, C. (10-11), Yamada, S (9-10), Duhaylonsod (7-8), Gonzalez, M (3-3), Robinson, S (1-1).

WAC Games: 15-6 Player AVG Mikalemi Tagab-Cru 1.000 Melissa Gonzalez .357 Kanani Pu’u-Warren .340 Tanisha Milca .312 Makani Duhaylonsod .309 Amanda Tauali’i .297 Dara Pagaduan .286 Audrey Andrade .283 Clare Warwick .258 Stacey Yamada .222 Julie Franklin .222 Traci Yoshikawa .212 Katie Grimes .179 Malamaisaua Manuma .167 Richie-Anne Titcom .077 Alexandra Aguirre .000 Sarah Robinson .000 Stephanie Ricketts .000 Totals Opponents

Home: 9-3 GP-GS 13-0 7-3 20-19 21-21 21-20 21-21 21-20 19-19 21-21 12-10 13-5 15-12 12-11 4-1 9-5 12-2 3-0 2-0

AB 1 14 50 77 68 74 56 53 66 27 18 33 28 6 13 6 1 1

R 4 0 14 14 7 12 14 11 10 0 2 5 1 2 1 6 1 0

Road: 6-3 H 1 5 17 24 21 22 16 15 17 6 4 7 5 1 1 0 0 0

.274 21-21 592 104 162 .206 21-21 574 57 118

2B 3B HR RBI 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 0 4 13 6 0 5 14 1 0 5 12 5 2 6 10 5 1 1 8 4 0 6 11 1 0 2 9 1 0 0 8 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 2 1 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 29 22

3 29 4 7

TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-SBA PO 1 1.000 0 0 0 0 1.000 0 0 0-0 0 5 .357 1 0 3 0 .400 0 0 0-0 1 32 .640 9 7 21 0 .500 0 0 0-1 15 45 .584 7 1 7 0 .376 0 0 0-1 30 37 .544 4 0 15 1 .347 0 0 0-0 0 49 .662 2 1 18 0 .325 0 1 0-0 196 26 .464 4 4 20 0 .375 0 2 0-0 40 37 .698 8 1 10 0 .387 0 2 0-0 22 24 .364 8 1 7 0 .338 2 3 0-2 19 7 .259 1 0 7 0 .250 0 1 0-0 49 5 .278 1 0 11 0 .263 0 0 0-0 8 8 .242 6 1 6 1 .350 0 1 0-0 14 6 .214 3 0 8 0 .258 0 0 0-0 40 1 .167 0 0 1 0 .167 0 0 0-0 6 1 .077 1 0 5 0 .133 1 1 0-0 5 0 .000 0 0 2 0 .000 0 0 1-1 4 0 .000 0 0 1 0 .000 0 0 0-0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0-0 3

94 284 50 169

.480 55 .294 24

16 142 10 85

2 .350 3 11 1 .250 1 11

A 0 2 2 0 0 13 52 0 50 4 22 24 0 0 8 0 0 35

E 0 2 1 1 0 4 7 1 1 0 2 5 1 0 2 0 0 1

FLD% .000 .600 .944 .968 .000 .981 .929 .957 .986 1.000 .938 .884 .976 1.000 .867 1.000 .000 .974

1-5 452 213 29 11-12 437 164 26

.958 .959

WAC RECORDS & HISTORY

Player ERA W-L APP GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R 1.78 22-11 43 30 27 9 1 0 239.2 175 85 Stephanie Ricketts Courtney Baughman 3.29 7-8 19 18 9 2 1 0 95.2 103 58 4.36 1-3 6 4 1 0 0 0 17.2 23 22 Melissa Gonzalez Makani Duhaylonsod 6.52 0-1 4 1 0 0 0 0 9.2 17 12 Sarah Robinson 21.00 0-1 2 1 0 0 0 0 2.0 8 6

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Totals Opponents

GP-GS 54-54 53-51 47-41 54-54 47-37 45-41 22-14 47-46 19-11 37-27 23-15 30-18 40-11 43-39 38-25 37-5 8-1 6-1 1-0 1-0

Road: 9-3

ABOUT THE WAC

Player AVG Tanisha Milca .349 Amanda Tauali’i .338 Makani Duhaylonsod .300 Clare Warwick .295 Dara Pagaduan .274 Audrey Andrade .268 Melissa Gonzalez .264 Kanani Pu’u-Warren .258 Malamaisaua Manuma .226 Julie Franklin .222 Stacey Yamada .220 Traci Yoshikawa .212 Alexandra Aguirre .205 Katie Grimes .198 Richie-Anne Titcom .125 Mikalemi Tagab-Cru .111 Sarah Robinson .111 Stephanie Ricketts .000 Jocelyn Enrique .000 Allison Der .000

Home: 18-12

LOB - Team (136), Opp (111). DPs turned - Team (5), Opp (7). IBB - Team (4), Pu’u-Warren 1, Warwick, C 1, Milca, T 1, Andrade, A 1. Player Makani Duhaylonsod Melissa Gonzalez Stephanie Ricketts Courtney Baughman

ERA W-L APP GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R 0.00 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1.0 1 0 1.17 1-0 2 1 0 0 0 0 6.0 5 1 1.77 13-4 19 15 14 3 0 0 118.1 83 39 4.14 1-2 6 5 2 0 0 0 25.1 29 17

ER BB 0 0 1 0 30 20 15 4

Totals Opponents

2.14 15-6 3.89 6-15

46 81

21 21 16 21 21 10

3 0

0 0

0 150.2 118 57 1 145.2 162 104

SO 2B 3B HR AB B/Avg WP HBP 0 0 0 0 4 .250 0 0 3 0 0 0 23 .217 0 1 69 18 2 4 441 .188 3 8 13 4 2 3 106 .274 1 1

24 85 22 55 142 29

4 7 574 3 29 592

.206 .274

4 10

10 16

BK SFA SHA 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 7 0 1 3 0 1

1 11 3 11

PB - Team (0), Opp (4). SBA/ATT - Ricketts, S (8-9), Yamada, S (5-6), Grimes, K (6-6), Gonzalez, M (3-3). www.wacsports.com

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THE SCHOOLS

ABOUT THE WAC

LOUISIANA TECH LADY TECHSTERS LADY TECHSTER BITS

QUICK FACTS Location:............................................................Ruston, La. Joined WAC:................................................... July 1, 2001 Enrollment:.............................................................. 10,600 Founded:.......................................................................1894 Nickname:................................................. Lady Techsters Colors:............................................................ Red and Blue President:............................................Dr. Daniel Reneau Athletics Director:........................Bruce Van De Velde Athletic Department:......................... (318) 257-4111 Ticket Office:........................................... (318) 257-3631 Web Site:................................... www.latechsports.com

Sports Information Director . ................................................ Malcolm Butler Office Number .....................................(318) 257-3144 Butler’s Cell Number . .......................(318) 614-4513 Butler’s E-Mail . .........................mbutler@latech.edu Fax Number ..........................................(318) 257-3757 Press Box ................................................(318) 614-4513

SOFTBALL FACTS

n Louisiana Tech

has recorded back-to-back winning seasons the last two years, posting a mark of 37-29 in 2008 and 34-23 in 2009.

n LA Tech recorded its first winning record ever in Western Athletic Conference play this past

season as the Lady Techsters were 12-8 in conference games (Tech joined the WAC in 2002).

n Tech shattered its single season home run record last year as the Lady Techsters hit 59 as

a team (the previous mark was 34 in 2008).

n Shortstop

Amberly Waits was named the WAC Player of the Year after winning the WAC Triple Crown as she led the league in home runs (17), RBI (62) and average (.488). All three of those marks were LA Tech single season records.

n LA Tech returns only one pitcher from last year’s team in junior Meghan Krieg, who earned

second team all-WAC honors after recording a 20-7 mark with a 1.85 earned run average.

n The Lady Techsters must replace their entire starting outfield with the graduation of four-

year starters Emma Barnes and Danielle Sheridan and rightfielders Krissi Oliver and Lyndsey McIlwain.

n LA Tech returns its entire starting infield in third baseman Claire Gibson, shortstop Amberly

Head Coach............................................ Sarah Dawson Softball Office......................................(318) 257-4111 All-Time Record..............919-657-2 (.583), 30 years All-Time WAC Record............49-107 (.314), 8 years WAC Regular-Season Titles.......................................0 WAC Tournament Titles.................................1 (2008) 2009 Record................................................ 34-23 (.596) 2009 WAC Record..........................................12-8 (4th) Stadium....Lady Techsters Softball Complex (1,000) Stadium Record.................357-170 (.677), 29 years NCAA Appearances.................. 9 (1983-89, ’95, ’08) NCAA Record.............................................. 10-21 (.323) Letterwinners Returning/Lost..........................15/6 Starters Returning/Lost......................................... 6/3

MEDIA OUTLETS Associated Press-New Orleans...........Mary Foster Office: (800) 662-7717................Fax: (504) 586-0531 Ruston Daily Leader.................... O.K. “Buddy” Davis Office: (318) 255-4353................Fax: (318) 255-4006 Monroe News-Star............................. Scott Boatright Office: (318) 362-0267................Fax: (318) 362-0279 Shreveport Times . ............................. Jimmy Watson Office: (800) 462-6437................Fax: (318) 459-3301

Waits, second baseman Heather Doiron, first baseman Kylie Bassett and catcher Jessica Kirby.

2010 SCHEDULE Date Feb. 16 Feb. 20 Feb. 20 Feb. 21 Feb. 21 Feb. 26 Feb. 26 Feb. 27 Feb. 27 Feb. 28 March 3 March 5 March 5 March 6 March 7 March 13 March 13 March 14 March 14 March 17 March 22 March 26 March 27 March 31

Opponent Time Southeastern Louisiana (DH) 3 p.m. !vs. Stephen F. Austin 9 a.m. !vs. Notre Dame 2 p.m. !vs. Alcorn State 2 p.m. !at Southern Miss 7 p.m. @vs. Buffalo noon @at McNeese State 2:30 p.m. @at McNeese State noon @vs. Buffalo 2:30 p.m. @at McNeese State 2 p.m. Centenary 6 p.m. #vs. Gardner-Webb 10 a.m. #at Auburn 12:30 p.m. #vs. Alabama State 3 p.m. #vs. Tennessee State 9 a.m. $vs. SIU-Edwardsville 11 a.m. $at Arkansas 4 p.m. $vs. Southeast Missouri State 9 a.m. $vs. TBA TBA Mississippi Valley State 6 p.m. Grambling State 6 p.m. *Utah State 6 p.m. *Utah State (DH) 1 p.m. at Centenary 6 p.m.

Date April 2 April 3 April 6 April 9 April 10 April 14 April 16 April 17 April 23 April 24 April 30 May 1 May 7 May 8 May 12-15

Opponent *at San Jose State *at San Jose State (DH) at Texas-Arlington *New Mexico State *New Mexico State (DH) at Grambling State *at Hawai‘i *at Hawaii (DH) *Boise State *Boise State (DH) *Nevada *Nevada (DH) *at Fresno State *at Fresno State (DH) WAC Softball Tournament (Las Cruces, N.M.)

Time 3 p.m. noon 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 4 p.m. 6 p.m. 4 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. TBA

!Southern Miss Tournament (Hattiesburg, Miss.) @McNeese State Tournament (Lake Charles, La.) #Auburn Tournament (Auburn, Ala.) %Arkansas Tournament (Fayetteville, Ark.) *WAC game All times local/subject to change

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Bruce Van De Velde Athletics Director

Mary Kay Hungate Associate AD/SWA

Malcolm Butler Associate AD/Media Relations


LOUISIANA TECH COACHING STAFF

SARAH DAWSON Alma Mater: Louisiana-Monroe, 1998 Overall Record: 172-245/7 years School Record: same WAC Record: 46-85 (.351) Playing Career: Louisiana-Monroe, 1994-97 (Pitcher)

HEAD COACH FILE Dawson enters her eighth season at Louisiana Tech with an overall record of 172-244, including one WAC Tournament title (2008) and one NCAA Tournament appearance (2008).

n Dawson has led LA Tech to back-to-back winning seasons the last two years. Tech was 37-29

and won the WAC Tournament in 2008 and was 34-23 and posted a program best 12-8 WAC record in 2009.

n Twenty-one

of Dawson’s players have earned all-WAC honors, including at least one in each year and a program record four in 2004, 2006 and 2008.

n Dawson has seen five of her players earn all-state honors each of the last two years, tying the

program record.

four wins over SEC teams (Auburn twice, Ole Miss twice).

n During her playing days at UL-Monroe (formerly NLU), Dawson earned a spot on the Louisville

Slugger All-American first team in 1997.

ASSISTANT COACHES

Brad Kerr Montana ’05 1st Year

Amber Miles Louisiana Tech ’05 3rd Year

WAC RECORDS & HISTORY

n Dawson has led Tech to eight wins over Top 25 teams the past two seasons and an additional

Opponent Score Northwestern State W, 4-0 !vs. McNeese State L, 0-3 !vs. Lipscomb L, 0-1 !at No. 19 UL-Lafayette L, 0-11 (5) !vs. Nicholls State W, 8-0 (6) McNeese State L, 5-6 McNeese State W, 4-1 @vs. Alabama State W, 5-2 @vs. South Alabama L, 0-2 @vs. Nicholls State W, 3-0 @at Southern Miss W, 2-0 #vs. Louisiana-Monroe L, 5-7 #vs. Rutgers W, 2-0 #vs. Louisiana-Monroe W, 8-0 (5) #at No. 24 Baylor L, 3-4 #vs. Rutgers L, 0-4 at Southeastern Louisiana W, 2-0 at Southeastern Louisiana W, 10-1 (5) $vs. Stephen F. Austin W, 7-2 $vs. Stephen F. Austin W, 4-3 $at Texas A&M L, 0-11 (5) at No. 16 Louisiana-Lafayette L, 0-8 (5) at No. 16 Louisiana-Lafayette L, 2-3 (9) Texas A&M Corpus Christi L, 1-5 Texas A&M Corpus Christi W, 9-8 *Hawai‘i L, 0-3 *Hawai‘i W, 8-1 *Hawai‘i L, 0-4 Alcorn State W, 3-0 Alcorn State W, 10-2 (6) *at Boise State W, 3-0 *at Boise State W, 7-2 *at Nevada L, 3-9 *at Nevada W, 7-3 *at Nevada L, 0-2 at Northwestern State W, 4-1 (8) *Fresno State L, 0-7 *Fresno State L, 0-3 *Fresno State W, 1-0 (10) at North Texas W, 10-2 at North Texas W, 7-4 *at Utah State W, 8-1 (6) *at Utah State L, 1-2 *at Utah State W, 7-2 Stephen F. Austin W, 2-0 *San Jose State W, 10-1 (5) *San Jose State W, 9-7 *San Jose State W, 4-1 Ole Miss L, 4-5 (8) Ole Miss W, 9-1 (5) *at New Mexico State w, 9-1 (6) *at New Mexico State W, 5-3 *at New Mexico State L, 4-5 %vs. No. 3 Hawai‘i W, 7-1 %vs. No. 2 Nevada W, 4-0 %at No. 1 Fresno State L, 0-5 %vs. No. 2 Nevada L, 1-2 (9)

THE SCHOOLS

n Sarah

Date Feb. 11 Feb. 13 Feb. 14 Feb. 14 Feb. 15 Feb. 17 Feb. 17 Feb. 21 Feb. 21 Feb. 22 Feb. 22 Feb. 27 Feb. 27 Feb. 28 Feb. 28 March 1 March 4 March 4 March 6 March 8 March 8 March 10 March 10 March 17 March 17 March 21 March 21 March 22 March 23 March 23 March 28 March 28 April 3 April 4 April 4 April 8 April 10 April 11 April 11 April 15 April 15 April 17 April 18 April 18 April 22 April 24 April 25 April 25 April 29 April 29 May 1 May 1 May 2 May 6 May 7 May 8 May 8

ABOUT THE WAC

2009 RESULTS

!Louisiana-Lafayette Tournament (Lafayette, La.) @Southern Miss Tournament (Hattiesburg, Miss.) #Baylor Tournament (Waco, Texas) $Texas A&M Invite (College Station, Texas) *WAC Game %WAC Softball Tournament (Fresno, Calif.)

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WAC RECORDS & HISTORY

THE SCHOOLS

ABOUT THE WAC

LOUISIANA TECH TOP PLAYERS AND ROSTER

KYLIE BASSETT 1B, 5-8, Sr.

MEGHAN KRIEG P, 5-9, Jr.

AMBERLY WAITS SS, 5-6, Sr.

Named first team all-WAC and second team all-state by the LSWA last season ... had 11 multi-hit games and nine multi-RBI games ... recorded a team-best .989 fielding percentage with only four errors in 348 chances ... her 13 home runs ranks second in a single season in Tech history and her 37 RBI ranks eighth ... as a sophomore, named first team all-state by the LSWA and to the WAC Tournament all-tournament team ... as a freshman, started 51 games with three multi-hit games and two multiRBI games ... also made five appearances in the circle ... two-time Academic all-WAC honoree .

Named second team all-WAC and second team all-state by the LSWA as a sophomore last year ... two-time WAC Pitcher of the Week ... named to the all-tournament teams at the Baylor and the ULLafayette tournaments ... threw six complete game shutouts ... her 211 strikeouts were the sixth--most in a single season in LA Tech history ... became the first Tech pitcher since 1999 to register 20 wins in a season ... struck out a career-high 14 batters in a 8-1 win over Hawai’i (March 20) ... named honorable mention all-state by the LSWA as a freshman after registering a Tech single-season record four saves ... named Academic all-WAC.

Became the first LA Tech player named WAC Player of the Year ... first team all-WAC ... named Louisiana State Hitter of the Year and first team all-state by the LSWA ... named to the WAC Tournament alltournament team ... four-time LSWA Hitter of the Week ... WAC Hitter of the Week (April 20) ... became only the third player in WAC history to win the Triple Crown, leading the league in batting average, home runs and RBI ... set Louisiana Tech single season records for hits (81), home runs (17), RBI (62), total bases (155) and batting average (.488) ... LA Tech career leader in batting average (.380), RBI (129), triples (17) and total bases (358) ... first team all-state and second team all-WAC as a sophomore ... 2008 Academic all-WAC honoree.

CAREER Statistics Year G-GS AB 2007 53-50 135 2008 65-65 179 2009 55-55 166 Total 173-170 480

R H RBI Avg. 15 31 16 .230 25 58 26 .324 23 47 37 .283 63 136 79 .283

K 99 211 310

BB 38 90 128

2010 ROSTER No. 14 3 7 30 8 11 18 2 19 34 22 15 10 12 21 23 5 20 9 1

Name Kylie Bassett Heather Doiron Janna Frandrup Elizabeth Franklin Christina Gamboa Allie Geisler Claire Gibson Molly Goza Kendra Harmon Michelle Jones Jessica Kirby Meghan Knowles Meghan Krieg Sarah Offutt Amanda Parsonage Valerie Quiroga Chrissy Short Shelley Simmons Kallan Thompson Amberly Waits

CAREER Statistics Year G-GS AB R H RBI Avg. 2007 59-59 177 24 50 26 .282 2008 65-65 199 40 75 41 .377 2009 55-55 166 41 81 62 .488 Total 179-179 542 105 206 129 .380

TEAM PROFILE Pos. 1B 2B IF/P 1B OF C/OF 3B/SS 1B/3B OF P/SS C/1B 1B P OF OF C OF 3B OF SS

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

Coach: Sarah Dawson Assistant Coaches: Brad Kerr, Amber Miles

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CAREER Statistics Year W-L S ERA IP 80.1 2008 7-3 4 1.66 2009 20-7 0 1.85 170.0 Total 27-10 4 1.79 250.1

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Ht. 5-8 5-8 5-6 5-6 5-6 5-5 5-5 5-9 5-6 5-8 5-5 5-9 5-9 5-9 5-5 5-7 5-4 5-6 5-6 5-6

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

Hometown (Last School) Vista, Calif. (Vista) Slidell, La. (Northshore) Phoenix, Arizona (Greenway) Baton Rouge, La. (Tara) Rowlett, Texas (Bishop Lynch) Leander, Texas (Vista Ridge) Brusly, La. (Brusly) Plano, Texas (Ole Miss) Holden, La. (Denham Springs) Scurry, Texas (Scurry-Rosser) Spring, Texas (Spring) McKinney, Texas (McKinney North) Sonora, Texas (Sonora) Madison, Ala. (Bob Jones) McKinney, Texas (McKinney North) Houston, Texas (Clearbrook) Austin, Texas (Westwood) Ruston, La. (Choudrant) Forney, Texas (Forney) Cleburne, Texas (Cleburne)

Key Returnees Amberly Waits Kylie Bassett

BA .488 .283

Hits 81 47

RBI 62 37

Key Pitchers Meghan Krieg

ERA 1.85

W-L 20-7

K 211

Key Losses Danielle Sheridan Emma Barnes

BA .306 .249

Hits 48 46

RBI 25 16

Key Losses Krissi Oliver

ERA 3.08

W-L 11-13

K 86

LADY TECHSTERS SOFTBALL COMPLEX


LOUISIANA TECH 2009 STATISTICS All Games: 34-23

Home: 12-7

.254 57-57 1479 231 376 .245 57-57 1461 162 358

2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-SBA PO A E FLD% 17 3 17 62 155 .934 17 2 16 0 .538 1 1 7-8 98 83 9 .953 0 0 1 3 7 .538 1 0 3 0 .357 0 0 0-0 4 1 0 1.000 9 1 4 25 71 .452 24 3 26 0 .408 0 7 3-4 65 4 5 .932 4 1 13 37 92 .554 11 1 31 0 .326 3 3 0-1 331 12 4 .988 4 0 2 13 41 .331 7 1 16 2 .295 0 3 1-1 43 67 10 .917 0 0 0 0 1 .250 0 0 1 0 .250 0 0 0-0 2 0 0 1.000 0 0 0 0 1 .250 1 0 0 0 .400 0 0 0-0 1 0 0 1.000 2 0 4 16 60 .324 19 0 33 0 .319 0 1 7-8 42 1 2 .956 4 0 10 23 68 .447 20 1 47 0 .318 0 0 0-0 344 24 4 .989 2 1 4 9 44 .328 16 3 40 0 .307 0 1 5-6 102 101 9 .958 0 0 0 0 2 .200 0 0 1 0 .200 0 1 1-1 1 0 0 1.000 0 0 0 0 1 .200 0 0 2 0 .200 0 0 0-2 1 0 0 1.000 1 0 2 9 28 .217 19 2 31 0 .276 2 3 0-1 17 50 4 .944 0 0 0 1 5 .156 3 0 5 0 .229 0 1 0-0 23 1 1 .960 1 0 1 5 16 .203 8 1 21 0 .239 0 4 0-0 19 64 10 .892 2 0 0 1 9 .170 2 2 13 0 .193 0 2 0-0 10 2 0 1.000 1 0 1 5 10 .192 9 1 17 0 .258 0 1 0-0 11 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 1 .083 3 0 5 0 .267 0 0 0-0 8 0 0 1.000 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 1 0 .000 0 0 0-1 20 3 0 1.000 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0-0 0 4 0 1.000 47 51

6 59 209 612 2 22 149 479

.414 160 .328 159

17 309 17 339

2 .333 6 28 4 .324 11 32

24-33 1145 451 60 63-81 1122 390 64

.964 .959

LOB - Team (337), Opp (373). DPs turned - Team (17), Opp (21). IBB - Team (1), Waits, A 1. Picked off - Waits, A 1, Barnes, E 1. ERA W-L APP GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R 1.85 20-7 32 28 16 6 1 0 170.0 125 52 2.01 2-3 22 1 1 1 2 3 45.1 43 14 3.08 11-13 29 26 9 3 1 1 150.0 170 83 5.57 1-0 8 2 0 0 0 0 16.1 20 13

Totals Opponents

2.49 34-23 3.48 23-34

57 57 26 57 57 32

12 13

2 2

ER BB SO 2B 3B HR AB B/Avg WP HBP 45 90 211 17 1 6 618 .202 9 9 13 13 35 3 1 1 175 .246 3 0 66 45 86 25 0 15 606 .281 11 8 13 11 7 6 0 0 62 .323 2 0

4 381.2 358 162 136 159 339 51 1 374.0 376 231 186 160 309 47

2 22 1461 6 59 1479

.245 .254

25 28

17 17

BK SFA SHA 0 3 9 0 0 5 0 5 16 0 3 2 0 11 32 1 6 28

PB - Team (8), Kirby, J 7, Quiroga, V 1, Opp (9). Pickoffs - Team (1), Kirby, J 1, Opp (2). SBA/ATT - Kirby, J (60-75), Oliver, K (26-35), Krieg, M (27-32), Malone, W (7-9), Simmons, J (3-5), Quiroga, V (3-5), Geisler, A (0-1).

WAC Games: 12-8

Home: 5-4

Player AVG GP-GS Allie Geisler .667 3-0 Amberly Waits .433 20-20 Danielle Sheridan .361 20-20 Kylie Bassett .338 20-20 Emma Barnes .266 20-20 Claire Gibson .233 20-20 Jessica Kirby .190 20-20 Amanda Parsonage .176 8-6 Heather Doiron .170 20-20 Krissi Oliver .163 19-19 Valerie Quiroga .125 8-7 Summer Young .077 6-6 Sarah Offutt .000 7-2 Lyndsey McIlwain .000 12-8 Shelley Simmons .000 1-0 Chrissy Short .000 1-0 Christina Gamboa .000 3-0 Kendra Harmon .000 5-0 Totals Opponents

AB 3 67 61 68 64 60 58 17 47 49 24 13 7 1 0 0 0 0

R 0 17 12 11 16 5 5 2 9 6 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1

Road: 7-4 H 2 29 22 23 17 14 11 3 8 8 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

.262 20-20 539 86 141 .228 20-20 518 57 118

2B 3B HR RBI 0 0 0 0 6 2 6 18 5 0 2 11 3 1 6 11 1 0 2 5 3 0 2 7 1 0 3 9 1 0 1 4 0 0 3 5 0 0 1 5 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 21 20

3 27 1 13

TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-SBA PO 2 .667 0 0 1 0 .667 0 0 0-0 0 57 .851 3 1 9 0 .458 1 1 2-2 38 33 .541 10 0 9 0 .451 0 2 0-0 26 46 .676 2 1 12 0 .366 0 0 0-0 118 24 .375 9 0 14 0 .356 0 0 2-2 18 23 .383 2 0 10 0 .258 0 1 1-1 14 21 .362 10 0 15 0 .309 0 0 0-0 125 7 .412 1 1 6 0 .263 0 0 0-0 3 17 .362 7 1 15 0 .291 0 0 3-3 38 11 .224 8 0 12 0 .271 2 2 0-1 8 4 .167 0 0 6 0 .125 0 1 0-0 0 4 .308 0 0 3 0 .077 0 2 0-0 6 0 .000 0 0 4 0 .000 0 0 0-0 4 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0-0 10 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0-0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0-0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0-0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0-0 0

76 249 55 179

.462 52 .346 56

4 116 4 118

0 .329 3 9 0 .307 2 13

A 0 29 1 8 1 35 6 0 31 11 0 8 0 1 0 0 0 0

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

FLD% .000 .985 .931 .984 1.000 .925 .985 1.000 .945 .950 .000 .875 1.000 1.000 .000 .000 .000 .000

8-9 410 147 19 16-20 407 145 23

.967 .960

WAC RECORDS & HISTORY

Player Meghan Krieg Wanda Malone Krissi Oliver Jordan Simmons

THE SCHOOLS

Totals Opponents

H 81 4 48 47 31 1 1 46 34 28 2 1 21 5 12 7 6 1 0 0

Neutral: 9-6

ABOUT THE WAC

Player AVG GP-GS AB R Amberly Waits .488 55-55 166 41 Allie Geisler .308 12-1 13 1 Danielle Sheridan .306 56-56 157 35 Kylie Bassett .283 55-55 166 23 Claire Gibson .250 47-42 124 10 Chrissy Short .250 4-0 4 1 Shelley Simmons .250 6-0 4 0 Emma Barnes .249 57-57 185 40 Jessica Kirby .224 56-56 152 16 Heather Doiron .209 57-57 134 24 Kendra Harmon .200 22-1 10 5 Christina Gamboa .200 20-0 5 4 Krissi Oliver .163 51-51 129 10 Elizabeth Franklin .156 17-11 32 5 Summer Young .152 34-33 79 5 Valerie Quiroga .132 25-16 53 2 Amanda Parsonage .115 29-21 52 5 Sarah Offutt .083 16-2 12 2 Lyndsey McIlwain .000 32-22 2 2 Jordan Simmons .000 1-1 0 0

Road: 13-10

LOB - Team (114), Opp (126). DPs turned - Team (5), Opp (9). Picked off - Waits, A 1, Barnes, E 1. Player Jordan Simmons Wanda Malone Meghan Krieg Krissi Oliver

ERA 0.00 0.66 1.86 3.83

W-L APP GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2.0 2 0 2-1 7 1 1 1 0 0 21.1 14 2 8-1 11 10 7 0 0 0 64.0 40 19 2-6 9 9 4 1 0 0 49.1 62 36

Totals Opponents

2.36 12-8 3.51 8-12

20 20 12 20 20 13

2 5

0 0

0 136.2 118 57 0 135.2 141 86

ER BB 0 1 2 6 17 35 27 14 46 68

SO 2B 3B HR AB B/Avg WP HBP 0 0 0 0 6 .333 0 0 14 1 0 0 73 .192 1 0 79 7 1 2 230 .174 5 3 25 12 0 11 209 .297 4 1

56 118 20 52 116 21

1 13 518 3 27 539

.228 .262

10 6

4 4

BK SFA SHA 0 0 1 0 0 4 0 1 4 0 1 4 0 0

2 13 3 9

PB - Team (4), Kirby, J 4, Opp (2). Pickoffs - Team (0), Opp (2). SBA/ATT - Kirby, J (16-20), Oliver, K (8-11), Krieg, M (7-7), Malone, W (1-2). www.wacsports.com

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THE SCHOOLS

ABOUT THE WAC

NEVADA WOLF PACK WOLF PACK BITS

QUICK FACTS

n Nevada

has won back-to-back WAC regular-season titles. The team has posted 31 WAC victories over the past two seasons, more than any other WAC team.

Location:............................................................. Reno, Nev. Joined WAC:....................................................July 1, 2000 Enrollment:...............................................................17,000 Founded:....................................................................... 1874 Nickname:............................................................Wolf Pack Colors:.............................................. Navy Blue and Silver President:..................................................Dr. Milton Glick Athletics Director:......................................... Cary Groth Athletic Department:.......................... (775) 784-6900 Ticket Office:............................................ (775) 348-7225 Web Site:............................www.nevadawolfpack.com

n Nevada

set six team records in 2008, including most home runs, times hit by a pitch, complete games, walks, stolen bases and strikeouts. Nearly every team record, hitting and pitching, has been set in the past two seasons.

n Entering

2008, Nevada had only had one all-region honor in its history. Nevada now has eight NFCA all-region honors to its credit, including two-time honoree Katie Holverson. Sam Bias, Noelle Micka and Britton Murdock have also earned all-region honors in their careers.

Sports Information Director . ................................................Rhonda Lundin Softball Contact . ................................... Chad Hartley Office Number .....................................(775) 682-6982 Hartley’s Cell Number . ....................(775) 229-5513 Hartley’s E-Mail ............................. hartleyc@unr.edu Fax Number ..........................................(775) 784-4386 Press Box ......................................................................N/A

n Nevada has five returners who have earned all-WAC first-team honors in their careers – Katie

Holverson, Noella Micka, Kelsey Starr, Sam Bias and Danielle Patrick.

n Sophomore

Mallary Darby tossed the school’s third-ever no-hitter in 2009 against Boise State. It was the Pack’s first no-hitter away from home.

n Nevada lost just one game at Hixson Park last year after a perfect 11-0 season in 2008. In

two-plus years at the home park, Nevada is 38-5.

SOFTBALL FACTS Head Coach............................................. Matt Meuchel Softball Office......................................(775) 682-6925 All-Time Record.................... 227-195 (.538), 7 years All-Time WAC Record.............. 75-61 (.551), 7 years WAC Regular-Season Titles................. 2 (2008, ‘09) WAC Tournament Titles.................................1 (2006) 2009 Record................................................ 40-19 (.678) 2009 WAC Record...................................... 15-5 (T-1st) Stadium....Christina M. Hixson Softball Park (750) Stadium Record...........................38-5 (.884), 3 years NCAA Appearances......................... 3 (2006, ’08, ‘09) NCAA Record................................................... 3-6 (.333) Letterwinners Returning/Lost..........................10/5 Starters Returning/Lost......................................... 6/4

2010 SCHEDULE

MEDIA OUTLETS Associated Press......................................Scott Sonner Office: (775) 322-3639................Fax: (775) 322-3763 Reno Gazette-Journal . .......................Jim Krajewski Office: (775) 788-6345................Fax: (775) 788-6458 Daily Sparks Tribune.................................Dan Eckles Office: (775) 358-8061 x229.....Fax: (775) 359-3837 Nevada Appeal......................................Darrell Moody Office: (775) 882-2111................Fax: (775) 887-2420

Date Feb. 12 Feb. 12 Feb. 13 Feb. 13 Feb. 14 Feb. 20 Feb. 20 Feb. 21 Feb. 21 Feb. 26 Feb. 27 Feb. 27 Feb. 28 March 3 March 5 March 6 March 6 March 7 March 13 March 14 March 19 March 20 March 20 March 21 March 26

Opponent !vs. Oregon State !vs. Washington !vs. Texas A&M !vs. Northwestern !vs. Arizona %Sacramento State %Stanford %Illinois %UC Riverside #Southern Utah (DH) #Saint Mary’s #Southern Utah #Saint Mary’s at Sacramento State (DH) $at Oklahoma $Louisville $vs. Oklahoma State $at Oklahoma State Weber State (DH) Weber State ^vs. Colorado State ^vs. Iona ^vs. Colorado State ^vs. Iona *Fresno State

Time 3:30 p.m. 8 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 12:15 p.m. 9 a.m. 11:15 a.m. 9 a.m. 11:15 a.m. noon noon 2 p.m. noon 1 p.m. 8 p.m. noon 2:30 p.m. 2 p.m. noon noon 11 a.m. 9 a.m. 11 a.m. 9 a.m. 3 p.m.

Date March 27 April 1 April 2 April 3 April 9 April 10 April 16 April 17 April 20 April 23 April 24 April 30 May 1 May 7 May 8 May 12-15

Opponent *Fresno State (DH) at Weber State (DH) *at Utah State *at Utah State (DH) *San Jose State *San Jose State (DH) *at New Mexico State (DH) *at New Mexico State UC Davis (DH) *Hawaii *Hawaii (DH) *at Louisiana Tech *at Louisiana Tech (DH) *Boise State (DH) *Boise State WAC Softball Tournament (Las Cruces, N.M.)

!Kajikawa Classic (Tempe, Ariz.) %Stanford Nike Invitational (Palo Alto, Calif.) #Wolf Pack Classic (Reno, Nev.) $OU/OSU Invite (Norman/Oklahoma City/Stillwater, Okla.) ^Capital Classic (Sacramento, Calif.) *WAC game All times local/subject to change

WOLF PACK ADMINISTRATION

Dr. Milton Glick President 36

Jean Perry Faculty Representative

2010 WAC SOFTBALL Media Guide

Cary Groth Athletics Director

Time 1 p.m. 2 p.m. 4 p.m. 2 p.m. 3 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 3 p.m. 2 p.m. 3 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m. TBA

Rhonda Lundin SWA

Chad Hartley SID


NEVADA COACHING STAFF

Matt Meuchel Alma Mater: Arizona State, 2000 Overall Record: 40-19/1 year School Record: Same WAC Record: 15-5 (.750)

HEAD COACH FILE n Meuchel

has Olympic experience, having been part of the Greek Olympic team during the 2004 Summer Games in Athens.

n Though he is in just his second year as Nevada’s head coach, Meuchel is very familiar with the

program, having been hired in 2002 as an assistant coach to help build a brand-new program. This will be his sixth season overall with the program.

n In

Meuchel’s five previous seasons at Nevada (four as an assistant, one as head coach), Pack players that he coached or recruited have earned 31 all-WAC honors (first or second teams).

n The Wolf Pack coaching staff is rounded out this year by a pair of first-year coaches in hitting

coach Andy Dominique and volunteer coach Kym Silagyi. Dominique was a volunteer coach in 2008 and a former major leaguer who holds nearly every hitting record in Nevada’s baseball program. Silagyi graduated in 2009 after a sensational playing career for the Wolf Pack. n Meuchel is a native of Missoula, Mont., and

was married to Joey Hall in the summer of 2009.

ASSISTANT COACHES

Melanie Meuchel Mesa State ’01 5th Year

Andy Dominique 1st Year

WAC RECORDS & HISTORY

n Meuchel’s sister, Melanie, returns for her fifth season as Nevada’s pitching coach.

Opponent Score !vs. Cal State Bakersfield W, 9-3 !vs. No. 9 Northwestern W, 2-1 (11) !vs. No. 7 Arizona L, 2-7 !vs. Wichita State W, 12-0 @vs. Utah W, 13-0 (5) @vs. Southern Utah W, 4-2 @vs. Louisville L, 2-3 @vs. Portland State W, 11-2 (6) @at UNLV W, 9-0 (5) #vs. No. 2 Florida L, 0-5 #vs. No. 23 Ohio State L, 1-3 #vs. No. 8 Oklahoma L, 2-11 (6) #vs. Maryland L, 7-8 #vs. UC Santa Barbara L, 4-6 Sacramento State W, 10-2 (5) Sacramento State W, 4-1 $vs. Auburn W, 5-1 $vs. Minnesota W, 5-0 $vs. No. 11 California L, 4-5 (8) $vs. Oregon State W, 3-0 $vs. Cal Poly L, 0-1 %Pacific W, 9-1 (5) %Oregon W, 8-7 (8) %Southern Utah W, 10-2 (6) %Southern Utah W, 9-5 Santa Clara W, 15-7 (6) Santa Clara W, 12-0 (5) Santa Clara W, 10-2 (5) Colorado State W, 2-1 *New Mexico State W, 4-3 *New Mexico State W, 3-2 *at Hawai‘i W, 6-5 (8) *at Hawai‘i W, 3-1 *at Hawai‘i L, 2-3 *Louisiana Tech W, 9-3 *Louisiana Tech L, 3-7 *Louisiana Tech W, 2-0 at UC Davis L, 3-8 *at Boise State W, 5-0 *at Boise State W, 8-0 (5) *at Boise State W, 8-1 *at Fresno State L, 0-1 (9) *at Fresno State L, 0-4 *at Fresno State W, 5-1 *Utah State W, 3-1 *Utah State W, 8-0 *Utah State W, 6-2 (5) *at San Jose State W, 17-0 (5) *at San Jose State W, 5-3 (14) *at San Jose State L, 0-1 (10) ^vs. No. 5 New Mexico State W, 5-4 ^vs. No. 4 Louisiana Tech L, 0-4 ^vs. No. 5 New Mexico State W, 4-1 ^vs. No. No. 3 Hawai‘i W, 4-2 (10) ^vs. No. 4 Louisiana Tech W, 2-1 (9) ^at No. 1 Fresno State L, 2-3 (8) &vs. No. 22 Cal Poly W, 4-1 &at No. 5 Stanford L, 1-9 &vs. No. 22 Cal Poly L, 1-6

THE SCHOOLS

n Matt Meuchel won 40 games in his first year as a head coach of the Wolf Pack in 2009.

Date Feb. 6 Feb. 6 Feb. 7 Feb. 7 Feb. 13 Feb. 13 Feb. 14 Feb. 14 Feb. 15 Feb. 20 Feb. 20 Feb. 21 Feb. 21 Feb. 22 Feb. 24 Feb. 24 Feb. 27 Feb. 27 Feb. 28 Feb. 28 March 1 March 6 March 7 March 8 March 8 March 14 March 14 March 15 March 18 March 21 March 21 March 27 March 28 March 28 April 3 April 4 April 4 April 8 April 10 April 11 April 11 April 17 April 18 April 18 April 24 April 24 April 25 May 1 May 2 May 2 May 6 May 7 May 7 May 8 May 8 May 9 May 15 May 16 May 16

ABOUT THE WAC

2009 RESULTS

!Kajikawa Classic (Tempe, Ariz.) @Desert Classic (Las Vegas, Nev.) #Cathedral City Classic (Palm Springs, Calif.) $DeMarini Invitational (Fullerton, Calif.) %Wolf Pack Classic (Reno, Nev.) *WAC Game ^WAC Softball Tournament (Fresno, Calif.) &NCAA Regional (Palo Alto, Calif.)

www.wacsports.com

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THE SCHOOLS

ABOUT THE WAC

NEVADA TOP PLAYERS AND ROSTER

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SAM BIAS 3B, 5-3, Sr. Earned all-region honors for the first time in her career during the 2009 season ... was also named to the all-WAC first team ... enters her senior season ranked in the top 10 in Nevada history in every offense category except walks ... ranks second all-time at Nevada in doubles, home runs, RBI and sacrifice flies ... needs 60 hits to tie the school’s career record ... is 11 home runs and 60 RBI shy, respectively, of the school’s career records ... has started 178 of 180 games in her career ... stole a career-best 13 bases in 2009 ... has slugged a grand slam in each of the past two seasons. CAREER Statistics Year G-GS AB 2007 59-59 174 2008 62-62 181 2009 59-57 178 Total 180-178 533

R H RBI Avg. 26 53 35 .305 35 58 37 .320 33 55 34 .309 94 166 106 .311

NOELLE MICKA C, 5-5, Jr.

KATIE HOLVERSON P, 5-4, Sr. Reigning WAC Pitcher of the Year ... earned all-region honors in 2008 and 2009 ... is Nevada’s all-time leader in ERA, opponents’ batting average and saves ... enters 2010 season with 61 wins, five victories shy of the all-time school record ... is 42 strikeouts shy of all-time school record ... is 18-2 over the past two seasons in WAC games ... in 2009, put up perhaps the finest single-season performance in Nevada history by going 28-11 with a 1.70 ERA, 237 strikeouts, 26 complete games and five shutouts ... set school single-season records in wins and ERA and was second in strikeouts, complete games and shutouts. CAREER Statistics Year W-L S 2007 11-14 0 2008 22-6 6 2009 28-11 1 Total 61-31 7

ERA IP 3.11 148.2 2.26 207.1 1.70 251.2 2.23 607.2

K BB 101 51 219 80 237 73 557 204

2010 ROSTER No. Name Pos. B/T Ht. Yr. 7 Sam Bias 3B R/R 5-3 Sr. 3 Chelsea Barilli 2B/SS R/R 5-5 Fr. 10 Justine Cooper C/3B R/R 5-3 Jr. 17 Mallary Darby P R/R 5-9 So. 1 Megan Fincher C/UT R/R 5-10 Fr. 11 Jessica Haight 1B/OF /R 5-10 Sr. 6 Katie Holverson P R/R 5-4 Sr. 4 Lauren Lastrapes OF/1B R/R 5-5 Fr. 15 Noelle Micka C/OF L/R 5-5 Jr. 22 Britton Murdock OF/C R/R 5-7 Jr. 8 Amanda Nims OF R/R 5-7 Sr. 20 Danielle Patrick SS R/R 5-7 Jr. 13 Samantha Puzey OF/1B L/R 6-0 Fr. 77 Kelsey Starr 1B R/R 5-6 Sr. 5 Kortnee Wiley 2B/OF L/R 5-3 So. Head Coach: Matt Meuchel Assistant Coaches: Melanie Meuchel, Andy Dominique Volunteer Assistant Coach: Kym Silagyi

2010 WAC SOFTBALL Media Guide

Has earned first-team all-WAC honors in each of her two seasons ... after earning all-region honors in 2008, Micka followed with another sensational season in 2009 in which she batted .361 with 73 hits and 44 runs scored ... is a career .380 hitter ... after just two seasons, already ranks in the school’s career top ten in runs (87), hits (156), doubles (30), triples (4), total bases (221), walks (45) and stolen bases (8) ... earned 2009 WAC Tournament team honors ... holds school single-season records for runs, hits, doubles and total bases ... earned NFCA All-America honors as a freshman in 2008. CAREER Statistics Year G-GS AB 2008 62-62 208 2009 59-59 202 Total 121-121 410

R H RBI Avg. 43 83 41 .399 44 73 20 .361 87 156 61 .380

TEAM PROFILE Hometown (Last School) Oakley, Calif. (Freedom) Poway, Calif (Poway) Sparks, Nev. (Southern Oregon) Sparks, Nev. (Spanish Springs) Reno, Nev. (Galena) Reno, Nev. (McQueen/Feather River College) Anthem, Ariz. (Cactus) Laguna Niguel, Calif. (Laguna Hills) Garden Grove, Calif. (Pacifica) Reno, Nev. (Reno) Reno, Nev. (Reno) Chino Hills, Calif. (Chino Hills) Reno, Nev. (Reno) Tempe, Ariz. (Corona del Sol) Oakley, Calif. (Freedom)

Key Returnees Sam Bias Noelle Micka Britton Murdock

BA .309 .361 .344

Hits 55 73 55

RBI 34 20 40

Key Pitchers Katie Holverson Mallary Darby

ERA 1.70 3.11

W-L 28-11 12-8

K 237 177

Key Losses Brittany Puzey Kim Silagyi Sarah Hunt

BA .356 .303 .296

Hits 62 56 48

RBI 46 23 31

CHRISTINA M. HIXSON SOFTBALL PARK


NEVADA 2009 STATISTICS All Games: 40-19

Home: 17-1

AVG .361 .356 .344 .309 .303 .300 .296 .291 .279 .205 .176 .056 .000 .000

AB 202 174 160 178 185 50 162 165 147 127 51 18 3 1

R 44 44 35 33 36 3 31 31 24 10 3 9 4 0

H 73 62 55 55 56 15 48 48 41 26 9 1 0 0

Totals Opponents

.301 59-59 1623 307 489 .227 59-59 1565 168 356

2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-SBA PO A E FLD% 12 1 2 20 93 .460 25 1 10 0 .430 2 0 4-4 317 22 2 .994 12 2 12 46 114 .655 32 10 31 0 .479 1 1 19-22 68 3 9 .888 7 1 8 40 88 .550 30 9 26 0 .465 3 0 1-1 26 0 0 1.000 7 0 8 34 86 .483 10 7 32 0 .364 3 3 13-17 66 121 13 .935 7 8 0 23 79 .427 17 2 16 0 .366 1 3 5-7 79 74 11 .933 2 0 3 10 26 .520 0 1 10 0 .314 0 1 0-0 70 0 3 .959 13 1 9 31 90 .556 18 8 32 0 .392 1 3 5-6 43 18 3 .953 11 1 5 30 76 .461 6 2 24 0 .324 0 4 3-4 76 121 22 .900 5 0 7 32 67 .456 19 2 19 1 .367 1 1 4-4 317 3 9 .973 4 0 0 19 30 .236 19 1 20 0 .309 2 0 0-0 10 1 0 1.000 1 0 1 3 13 .255 3 0 12 0 .222 0 2 0-0 122 8 0 1.000 0 0 0 0 1 .056 4 1 8 0 .261 0 0 2-3 4 0 0 1.000 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0-0 1 0 0 1.000 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 1 0 .000 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 .000 81 49

14 7

55 288 763 27 152 500

.470 183 .319 118

44 241 22 414

1 .384 14 18 4 .290 5 28

56-68 1213 457 74 42-54 1181 453 55

.958 .967

LOB - Team (400), Opp (363). DPs turned - Team (10), Opp (19). IBB - Team (3), Micka, N 3, Opp (4). Picked off - Micka, N 1. ERA W-L APP GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R 1.70 28-11 46 38 26 5 0 1 251.2 202 86 3.11 12-8 32 21 12 5 0 1 151.0 148 75 4.20 0-0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1.2 6 7

Totals Opponents

2.23 40-19 4.64 19-40

59 59

59 38 59 25

10 6

0 0

ER BB SO 2B 3B HR AB B/Avg WP HBP 61 73 237 27 2 16 954 .212 15 9 67 44 177 21 5 9 599 .247 7 13 1 1 0 1 0 2 12 .500 0 0

2 404.1 356 168 129 118 414 49 7 1 393.2 489 307 261 183 241 81 14

27 1565 55 1623

.227 .301

22 27

22 44

BK SFA SHA 0 4 17 0 1 11 0 0 0 0 0

5 14

28 18

PB - Team (10), Micka, N 9, Stith, K 1, Opp (8). Pickoffs - Team (1), Micka, N 1, Opp (1). SBA/ATT - Holverson, K (22-34), Micka, N (25-34), Stith, K (17-20), Darby, M (20-20).

WAC Games: 15-5

Home: 7-1 GP-GS 20-20 20-20 13-11 20-20 11-5 20-20 17-17 20-20 20-20 20-20 9-5 12-2 8-0

AB 59 66 32 71 17 61 55 61 62 68 17 10 2

R 16 13 1 12 1 8 6 8 12 12 1 4 3

Road: 8-4

Player Brittany Puzey Sam Bias Michelle Beach Noelle Micka Jessica Haight Britton Murdock Kelsey Starr Danielle Patrick Sarah Hunt Kym Silagyi Katie Stith Amanda Nims Kortnee Wiley

AVG .373 .348 .344 .324 .294 .262 .255 .246 .242 .235 .235 .100 .000

H 22 23 11 23 5 16 14 15 15 16 4 1 0

Totals Opponents

.284 20-20 581 97 165 .204 20-20 544 38 111

2B 3B HR RBI 1 0 6 18 4 0 4 12 0 0 0 7 3 0 1 5 1 0 1 3 3 0 1 11 2 0 3 11 4 0 1 8 4 0 5 8 3 3 0 7 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 26 13

3 3

22 8

TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-SBA PO 41 .695 11 5 15 0 .500 1 0 8-9 24 39 .591 2 2 8 0 .386 0 1 4-6 22 11 .344 5 0 7 0 .432 0 0 0-0 10 29 .408 11 0 5 0 .415 0 0 1-1 105 9 .529 0 1 3 0 .333 0 1 0-0 13 22 .361 7 4 10 0 .365 2 0 0-0 14 25 .455 5 1 9 0 .328 0 0 0-0 141 22 .361 0 0 10 0 .246 0 2 2-2 23 34 .548 4 1 13 0 .299 0 2 2-2 16 25 .368 4 2 6 0 .297 0 2 3-4 36 5 .294 3 0 3 0 .350 0 1 0-0 23 1 .100 1 0 5 0 .182 0 0 1-1 1 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0-0 0

91 263 30 154

.453 .283

53 30

16 94 9 127

0 .358 1 .256

3 2

9 7

A E FLD% 0 4 .857 49 0 1.000 1 0 1.000 7 1 .991 0 0 1.000 0 0 1.000 2 2 .986 54 11 .875 0 1 .941 27 4 .940 2 0 1.000 0 0 1.000 0 0 .000

21-25 432 177 25 8-10 422 142 29

WAC RECORDS & HISTORY

Player Katie Holverson Mallary Darby Brittany Puzey

THE SCHOOLS

Player Noelle Micka Brittany Puzey Britton Murdock Sam Bias Kym Silagyi Jessica Haight Sarah Hunt Danielle Patrick Kelsey Starr Michelle Beach Katie Stith Amanda Nims Kortnee Wiley Kiara Mahone

Neutral: 14-11

ABOUT THE WAC

GP-GS 59-59 59-59 56-56 59-57 55-54 23-14 59-59 59-59 49-49 49-44 23-17 28-4 24-0 1-0

Road: 9-7

.961 .951

LOB - Team (143), Opp (122). DPs turned - Team (4), Opp (8). IBB - Team (1), Micka, N 1. Player Katie Holverson Mallary Darby

ERA W-L APP GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R 1.07 12-2 16 13 12 3 0 0 104.1 73 22 2.29 3-3 8 7 4 2 0 0 39.2 38 16

ER BB 16 21 13 9

Totals Opponents

1.41 15-5 3.78 5-15

29 76

20 20

20 16 20 10

5 3

0 0

0 144.0 111 38 0 140.2 165 97

SO 2B 3B HR AB B/Avg WP HBP 79 7 2 7 386 .189 6 3 48 6 1 1 158 .241 4 6

30 127 13 53 94 26

3 3

8 544 22 581

.204 .284

10 2

9 16

BK SFA SHA 0 1 6 0 1 1 0 0

2 3

7 9

PB - Team (4), Micka, N 3, Stith, K 1, Opp (3). SBA/ATT - Holverson, K (7-9), Micka, N (6-8), Stith, K (2-2), Darby, M (1-1).

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WAC RECORDS & HISTORY

THE SCHOOLS

ABOUT THE WAC

NEW MEXICO STATE AGGIES AGGIE BITS

QUICK FACTS Location:................................................. Las Cruces, N.M. Joined WAC:................................................... July 1, 2005 Enrollment:.............................................................. 17,198 Founded:.......................................................................1888 Nickname:.................................................................Aggies Colors:................................................ Crimson and White President:........................................ Dr. Barbara Couture Athletics Director:...................... Dr. McKinley Boston Athletic Department:......................... (575) 646-1211 Ticket Office:........................................... (575) 646-1420 Web Site:............................... www.nmstatesports.com

Sports Information Director . ......................................................Tyler Dunkel Softball Contact . ............................ Jeremy Strachan Office Number .....................................(575) 646-3269 Strachan’s Cell Number ...................(517) 749-3088 Strachan’s E-Mail ............................jls@ad.nmsu.edu Fax Number ..........................................(575) 646-2425 Press Box ................................................(575) 646-2883

n Entering its 36th season, New Mexico State welcomes nine newcomers to the 2010 roster

that includes only three seniors from a team that finished fifth in the WAC last season.

n Last year, New Mexico State finished the season ranked first in the nation with a .341 team

batting average.

n The

‘09 Aggies finished the year ranked sixth nationally in slugging percentage (.543), seventh in scoring (6.09) and 10th in home runs per game (1.26).

n Four 2009 all-WAC selections return for the Aggies, including first team picks Angie Ortega

and Hoku Nohara, as well as second team honorees Kristi Randall and Tiare Jennings.

n Jennings was named first team all-region by the NFCA a year ago. n Two Aggies – Kandis Jones (first team) and Kim Watson (second team) – earned Academic

All-District VI accolades last season.

SOFTBALL FACTS Head Coach........................................... Kathy Rodolph Softball Office......................................(575) 646-5793 All-Time Record..................725-994 (.422), 35 years All-Time WAC Record.............. 35-37 (.486), 4 years WAC Regular-Season Titles.......................................0 WAC Tournament Titles...............................................0 2009 Record................................................ 33-21 (.611) 2009 WAC Record..........................................11-9 (5th) Stadium........... NM State Softball Complex (1,051) Stadium Record.................320-303 (.514), 29 years NCAA Appearances.......................................................0 NCAA Record.............................................................. N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost..........................14/9 Starters Returning/Lost......................................... 7/2

MEDIA OUTLETS Las Cruces Sun-News............................ Jason Groves Office: (505) 541-5444................Fax: (505) 541-5498 El Paso Times Office: (800) 351-1032................Fax: (915) 546-6343 Las Cruces Bulletin..................................... John Keith Office: (505) 524-8061................Fax: (505) 526-4621 Albuquerque Journal.......................Randy Harrison Office: (800) 990-5765................Fax: (505) 823-3998

2010 SCHEDULE Date Feb. 11 Feb. 12 Feb. 13 Feb. 13 Feb. 15 Feb. 19 Feb. 19 Feb. 20 Feb. 21 Feb. 23 Feb. 25 March 3 March 5 March 5 March 6 March 6 March 7 March 12 March 12 March 13 March 13 March 14 March 16 March 23 March 27 March 28

Opponent Time !Nebraska (DH) 4 p.m. !Colorado State 4:30 p.m. !Penn State 2 p.m. !UTSA 7 p.m. !UTEP 5 p.m. @Saint Mary’s 4:30 p.m. @Weber State 7 p.m. @Bradley 2 p.m. @Cleveland State 9:30 a.m. @Tennessee 5 p.m. Northern Colorado (DH) 4 p.m. at Arizona (DH) 4 p.m. #vs. Southern Utah 10 a.m. #vs. California 12:15 p.m. #at UNLV 4:45 p.m. #vs. Weber State 7 p.m. #vs. Portland State 11 a.m. $vs. Long Island 8:30 a.m. $vs. Florida Gulf Coast 2 p.m. $vs. James Madison 11:30 a.m. $at South Florida 4 p.m. $vs. Central Michigan 9:30 a.m. Minnesota (DH) 3 p.m. at UTEP 4 p.m. *at Boise State (DH) 1 p.m. *at Boise State 1 p.m.

Date April 3 April 4 April 6 April 9 April 10 April 12 April 16 April 17 April 20 April 23 April 24 April 26 April 30 May 1 May 7 May 8 May 12-15

Opponent Time *Hawai’i (DH) 5 p.m. *Hawai’i 2 p.m. New Mexico 5 p.m. *at Louisiana Tech 5 p.m. *at Louisiana Tech (DH) 12 p.m. at UT-Arlington 1 p.m. *Nevada (DH) 5 p.m. *Nevada 2 p.m. at New Mexico 6 p.m. *at Fresno State 7 p.m. *at Fresno State (DH) 2 p.m. at Cal State Bakersfield (DH) 11 a.m. *Utah State (DH) 5 p.m. *Utah State 1 p.m. *at San Jose State 4 p.m. *at San Jose State (DH) 1 p.m. WAC Softball Tournament TBA (Las Cruces, N.M.)

!Hotel Encanto Invitational (Las Cruces, N.M.) @Troy Cox Classic (Las Cruces, N.M.) #Eller Media Stadium Tournament (Las Vegas) $2010 USF Under Armour Showcase (Clearwater, Fla.) *WAC game All times local/subject to change

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Dr. Jack Thomas Faculty Representative

2010 WAC SOFTBALL Media Guide

Dr. McKinley Boston Athletics Director

Maria Roth Associate AD/SWA

Jeremy Strachan SID


NEW MEXICO STATE COACHING STAFF

Kathy Rodolph Alma Mater: UTEP, 1985 Overall Record: 355-279/11 years School Record: 159-187/6 years WAC Record: 35-38 (.479) Playing Career: UTEP (Basketball)

HEAD COACH FILE after six seasons of directing the Aggies.

n Rodolph is also the winningest coach in school history leading the Aggies to a 159-187 (.460)

record.

n After posting 14 wins in her opening season of 2004, Rodolph has won 25 or more games in

each of the last five seasons.

n In just six seasons, Rodolph claims two of NM State’s five 30-win seasons in the program’s 35-

year history.

n During Rodolph’s six seasons, NM State has either set or improved on 56 individual single-game

records.

ASSISTANT COACHES

Cat Heifner UTEP ’97 7th Year

Tiala Tagaloa Bethune-Cookman ’04 5th Year

WAC RECORDS & HISTORY

n In Rodolph’s six-year stint, the Aggies have set 25 team single-season and single-game records.

Opponent Score Colorado State W, 9-1 (5) !Ohio W, 9-1 (5) !Colorado State W, 8-0 (5) W, 5-3 !Cleveland State !Ohio State W, 3-2 !UMKC W, 8-4 @UTEP W, 10-7 @Eastern Illinois L, 3-4 @Central Michigan W, 11-4 @Eastern Illinois L, 1-2 @Saint Mary’s W, 17-7 @Saint Mary’s W, 9-0 (5) #vs. Cal State Northridge W, 10-5 (5) L, 7-12 #at UTEP #vs. Samford W, 8-0 (5) #vs. Northern Colorado W, 8-2 #vs. San Jose State W, 14-1 (5) $vs. Northern Colorado W, 8-4 $vs. South Alabama L, 2-4 $at No. 8 Arizona State L, 2-6 $vs. Southern Utah L, 2-4 $vs. Utah State W, 4-2 %vs. Texas Tech W, 9-1 (5) %vs. Connecticut L, 1-2 %vs. Miami-Ohio W, 11-0 (6) %at San Diego State L, 1-8 %vs. Iowa State W, 1-0 (8) No. 12 Arizona L, 5-8 No. 12 Arizona L, 5-10 *at Nevada L, 3-4 *at Nevada L, 2-3 New Mexico W, 8-7 *No. 23 Fresno State W, 3-0 *No. 23 Fresno State L, 1-14 (5) *Fresno State L, 3-7 (8) *San Jose State W, 14-4 (5) *San Jose State W, 6-0 *San Jose State W, 16-7 (6) *Boise State W, 8-4 *Boise State W, 10-9 *Boise State W, 8-4 *at Utah State W, 5-4 *at Utah State W, 10-0 (5) *at Utah State L, 1-4 *at Hawai’i L, 1-3 *at Hawai’i W, 3-1 *at Hawai’i L, 3-11 (5) at New Mexico W, 13-8 *Louisiana Tech L, 1-9 (6) *Louisiana Tech L, 3-5 *Louisiana Tech W, 5-4 ^vs. No. 2 Nevada L, 4-5 ^vs. No. 6 San Jose State W, 6-1 ^vs. No. 2 Nevada L, 1-4

THE SCHOOLS

n NM State softball head coach Kathy Rodolph is the longest tenured coach in program history

Date Feb. 5 Feb. 6 Feb. 7 Feb. 7 Feb. 8 Feb. 8 Feb. 12 Feb. 13 Feb. 13 Feb. 14 Feb. 14 Feb. 15 Feb. 19 Feb. 19 Feb. 20 Feb. 21 Feb. 21 Feb. 27 Feb. 27 Feb. 28 Feb. 28 March 1 March 13 March 13 March 14 March 14 March 15 March 18 March 18 March 21 March 21 March 24 March 27 March 27 March 28 April 10 April 10 April 11 April 17 April 17 April 18 April 20 April 20 April 21 April 24 April 25 April 25 April 28 May 1 May 1 May 2 May 6 May 7 May 7

ABOUT THE WAC

2009 RESULTS

!Hotel Encanto Tournament (Las Cruces, N.M.) @Troy Cox Classic (Las Cruces, N.M.) #UTEP Invitational (El Paso, Texas) $Arizona State Invitational (Tempe, Ariz.) %San Diego State Tournament (San Diego, Calif.) *WAC Game ^WAC Softball Tournament (Fresno, Calif.)

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THE SCHOOLS

ABOUT THE WAC

NEW MEXICO STATE TOP PLAYERS AND ROSTER

TIARE JENNINGS UT, 5-8. So.

HOKU NOHARA IF, 5-7, Jr.

ANGIE ORTEGA OF, 5-4, Sr.

Set more NM State single-season records and received more accolades than any other freshman in program history ... became the first freshman in school history to be named to the NFCA AllWest Region first team ... a second team all-WAC selection, finished 39th in the nation with a .407 batting average ... also ranked among the nation’s top 20 in five other statistical categories – sixth in RBI (61), 11th in home runs (17), 13th in home runs per game (0.31), 18th in runs per game (1.02) and 20th in slugging percentage (.779) ... led the team in home runs, RBI, runs scored (55), total bases (115) and slugging percentage – all ranking as NM State single-season records.

Earned first team all-WAC honors last season after registering the best single-season numbers for batting average (.429) and on-base percentage (.527) in program history as only a sophomore ... led the team and ranked 17th nationally in batting average, while her on-base percentage ranked 19th nationwide ... started all 54 games for the Aggies and blasted 14 home runs, batted in 45 runs and touched home plate 29 times ... named to the 2009 WAC all-tournament team after going 4-for-9 in the box for a batting average of .444 ... ranks first all-time at NM State in career slugging percentage (.641) and third in home runs (24).

Named first team all-WAC last season ... started 48 of 52 games playing right field in 75 percent of the games and as a designated player in the rest ... notched an eight-game hitting streak and recorded 14 multi-hit games ... ranked 102nd in the country with a .374 batting average while belting a team-high 14 home runs ... with 21 career home runs, ranks fifth on the Aggies’ all-time list ... also entered four single-season record program lists second in home runs (14), third in slugging percentage (.741), fourth in RBI (43) and fifth in total bases (103).

CAREER Statistics Year G-GS AB 2009 54-54 172 54-54 172 Total

CAREER Statistics Year G-GS AB 2008 60-57 172 2009 54-54 154 Total 114-111 326

R 55 55

H RBI Avg. 70 61 .407 70 61 .407

2010 ROSTER No. 5 6 9 14 10 33 2 23 1 8 17 7 32 26 18 24 21 4 15 22 3 12 11

Name Tiffany Autry Ali Baumhover Sarah Byrne Brittany Clifton Teresa Conrad Kristi Covarrubia Shaleese Javillo Tiare Jennings Kandis Jones Tehani Kaaihue Ashley Maroda Lauren Morizi Alex Newman Hoku Nohara Amber Olive Angie Ortega Kylie Randall Torrey Schroeder Kelsey Schueler Carissa Theis Vanessa Valles Alex Villalobos Sydney Williard

Pos. IF IF UT C UT IF OF UT OF UT IF UT RHP IF OF OF UT RHP RHP RHP IF RHP RHP

R H RBI Avg. 24 51 31 .307 9 14 13 .173 28 52 43 .374 61 117 87 .303

TEAM PROFILE B/T R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/L L/R R/R L/R R/R R/R L/R R/R R/R L/R R/R L/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R

Ht. Yr. 5-8 RS-Jr. 5-6 Sr. 5-6 RS-Fr. 5-6 RS-So. 5-8 Fr. 5-2 RS-Fr. 5-5 So. 5-8 So. 5-6 Jr. 5-8 Fr. 5-10 Jr. 5-5 Fr. 5-10 Fr. 5-7 Jr. 5-4 Fr. 5-6 Sr. 5-5 Jr. 5-9 Sr. 5-9 So. 5-6 Fr. 5-2 RS-Jr. 5-4 Jr. 5-11 So.

Head Coach: Kathy Rodolph Associate Head Coach: Cat Heifner Assistant Coach: Tiala Tagaloa

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R H RBI Avg. 14 37 29 .215 29 66 45 .429 43 103 74 .316

CAREER Statistics Year G-GS AB 2007 58-56 166 2008 42-24 81 2009 52-48 139 Total 152-128 386

2010 WAC SOFTBALL Media Guide

Hometown (Last School) Beaumont, Texas (Monsignor Kelly Catholic) Gilbert, Ariz. (Mesquite) Glendale, Ariz. (Cactus) Simi Valley, Calif. (Royal) Los Angeles, Calif. (Notre Dame Academy) Las Cruces, N.M. (Onate) Kapaa, Hawai’i (Kamehameha) Turlock, Calif. (Pitman) La Mirada, Calif. (La Mirada) Kapolei, Hawai’i (Kapolei) San Bernardino, Calif. (Cajon) La Jolla, Calif. (Torrey Pines) Rio Linda, Calif. (Rio Linda Senior) Waimanalo, Hawai’i (Kamehameha) Simi Valley, Calif. (Simi Valley) Vado, N.M. (Gadsen) Chula Vista, Calif. (Bonita Vista) Chula Vista, Calif. (Texas) Clovis, Calif. (Buchanan) San Jose, Calif. (Leigh) Berino, N.M. (Gadsen) Escondido, Calif. (Oklahoma State) Keller, Texas (Keller)

Key Returnees Hoku Nohara Tiare Jennings Kandis Jones Angie Ortega Kylie Randall

BA .429 .407 .378 .374 .371

Hits 66 70 65 52 56

RBI 45 61 24 43 14

Key Losses Stacey Lien

BA .313

Hits 40

RBI 20

Key Losses Kim Watson Vanessa Fitzgerald

ERA 2.43 5.74

W-L 21-13 8-5

K 213 52

NEW MEXICO STATE SOFTBALL COMPLEX


NEW MEXICO STATE 2009 STATISTICS All Games: 33-21

Home: 19-8

AVG .429 .407 .385 .378 .374 .371 .313 .302 .293 .292 .273 .263 .256 .182 .158

AB 154 172 13 172 139 151 128 63 167 137 11 38 39 44 38

R 29 55 4 43 28 34 18 5 33 35 2 8 19 14 2

H 66 70 5 65 52 56 40 19 49 40 3 10 10 8 6

Totals Opponents

.340 54-54 1466 329 499 .267 54-54 1344 221 359

2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-SBA PO 5 1 14 45 115 .747 23 9 29 0 .527 0 0 1-1 307 13 0 17 61 134 .779 14 1 20 0 .452 1 2 6-6 123 1 0 1 3 9 .692 1 1 3 0 .467 0 1 0-0 33 8 1 2 24 81 .471 10 0 26 0 .410 1 5 4-6 51 7 1 14 43 103 .741 12 2 18 0 .429 1 3 0-0 25 4 4 1 14 71 .470 10 0 26 0 .410 0 2 22-26 67 6 0 2 20 52 .406 14 1 22 0 .385 0 2 0-0 102 3 0 0 9 22 .349 5 0 13 0 .348 1 1 0-0 3 11 0 10 45 90 .539 7 1 37 1 .322 2 1 1-1 55 7 3 5 26 68 .496 23 3 32 0 .405 0 2 8-8 50 1 0 0 4 4 .364 0 2 4 0 .385 0 0 0-0 19 2 0 0 2 12 .316 4 4 4 0 .391 0 9 1-1 34 2 0 2 10 18 .462 2 2 6 0 .326 0 1 14-15 16 0 0 0 3 8 .182 6 0 5 0 .280 0 0 2-3 17 1 0 0 5 7 .184 6 1 13 0 .289 0 4 1-1 115 71 10 68 314 794 56 5 59 210 602

.542 137 .448 140

27 258 32 296

1 .405 6 33 3 .349 4 30

A E FLD% 14 6 .982 58 9 .953 4 1 .974 3 1 .982 2 1 .964 90 12 .929 4 4 .964 0 0 1.000 79 3 .978 3 2 .964 4 0 1.000 20 5 .915 2 2 .900 2 0 1.000 5 3 .976

60-68 1021 339 57 30-34 1001 428 69

.960 .954

LOB - Team (339), Opp (310). DPs turned - Team (16), Opp (22). CI - Team (2), Baumhover, A 1, Nohara, H 1. IBB - Team (1), Nohara, H 1. Picked off - Jennings, T 1. ERA W-L APP GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R 2.43 21-13 45 36 18 5 2 1 225.0 206 108 4.98 3-3 18 5 0 0 3 1 32.1 37 31 5.25 1-0 6 0 0 0 0 0 8.0 11 6 5.74 8-5 26 13 3 1 1 0 64.2 85 58 8.13 0-0 8 0 0 0 0 0 10.1 20 18

Totals Opponents

3.54 33-21 5.81 21-33

54 54 21 54 54 25

9 0

3 0

ER BB SO 2B 3B HR AB B/Avg WP HBP 78 74 213 31 2 36 864 .238 6 10 23 23 20 6 0 6 129 .287 3 6 6 2 7 3 0 1 33 .333 2 2 53 32 52 15 3 13 266 .320 2 13 12 9 4 1 0 3 52 .385 2 1

2 340.1 359 221 172 140 296 56 5 59 1344 1 333.2 499 329 277 137 258 71 10 68 1466

.267 .340

15 26

BK SFA SHA 0 4 18 0 0 5 0 0 1 1 0 6 0 0 0

32 27

1 4

4 30 6 33

PB - Team (10), Baumhover, A 6, Nohara, H 3, Davidson, D 1, Opp (17). Pickoffs - Team (0), Opp (1). SBA/ATT - Watson, K (23-26), Nohara, H (15-15), Baumhover, A (1012), Fitzgerald (3-4), Davidson, D (3-4), Russell, N (4-4), Clifton, B (2-3).

WAC Games: 11-9

Home: 8-4 GP-GS 20-20 20-20 15-8 19-19 20-19 9-5 20-20 20-20 18-18 19-19 15-3 7-5 17-3 3-1

AB 56 55 22 58 63 10 61 60 53 53 9 9 14 2

R 11 15 3 8 11 3 13 17 8 9 4 0 4 0

Road: 3-5

Player Hoku Nohara Angie Ortega Tiffany Autry Kristi Randall Kandis Jones Vanessa Valles Ashley Maroda Tiare Jennings Kylie Randall Stacey Lien Rishelle Gastelum Ali Baumhover Shaleese Javillo Danie Davidson

AVG .429 .400 .364 .328 .317 .300 .295 .283 .283 .264 .222 .222 .143 .000

H 24 22 8 19 20 3 18 17 15 14 2 2 2 0

Totals Opponents

.316 20-20 525 106 166 .266 20-20 512 97 136

2B 3B HR RBI 2 0 6 12 3 1 7 21 1 0 0 4 5 2 1 11 2 0 1 7 1 0 0 1 3 0 2 13 2 0 5 17 0 1 0 3 2 0 1 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 4 0 0 0 0 21 12

TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-SBA PO 44 .786 8 4 10 0 .529 0 0 0-0 108 48 .873 6 2 8 0 .469 1 1 0-0 11 9 .409 3 0 3 0 .440 0 1 0-0 3 31 .534 6 1 12 0 .400 0 0 0-0 21 25 .397 5 0 12 0 .368 0 3 0-0 24 4 .400 2 0 1 0 .417 0 2 0-0 6 27 .443 1 0 15 1 .306 0 0 0-0 24 34 .567 6 0 7 0 .343 1 1 1-1 50 17 .321 5 0 10 0 .345 0 0 5-6 21 19 .358 3 0 9 0 .304 0 2 0-0 67 2 .222 1 0 2 0 .300 0 0 2-2 4 2 .222 1 0 1 0 .300 0 2 0-0 29 5 .357 0 0 2 0 .143 0 0 3-3 6 0 .000 0 0 1 0 .000 0 0 0-0 3

4 24 101 267 2 33 90 251

.509 47 .490 59

7 93 11 99

1 .379 2 12 2 .353 2 8

A 1 0 0 1 2 3 35 19 26 1 0 0 0 1

E 2 0 0 1 0 3 1 6 8 2 0 0 1 0

FLD% .982 1.000 1.000 .957 1.000 .750 .983 .920 .855 .971 1.000 1.000 .857 1.000

11-12 378 107 26 14-15 372 160 23

.949 .959

WAC RECORDS & HISTORY

Player Kim Watson Nicole Russell Kelsy Schueler Vanessa Fitzgerald Sydney Williard

THE SCHOOLS

Player Hoku Nohara Tiare Jennings Brittany Clifton Kandis Jones Angie Ortega Kylie Randall Stacey Lien Tiffany Autry Ashley Maroda Kristi Randall Danie Davidson Vanessa Valles Shaleese Javillo Rishelle Gastelum Ali Baumhover

Neutral: 10-5

ABOUT THE WAC

GP-GS 54-54 54-54 6-6 52-49 52-48 51-49 49-45 39-17 54-54 52-46 7-4 28-18 48-12 42-12 23-18

Road: 4-8

LOB - Team (115), Opp (118). DPs turned - Team (5), Opp (10). CI - Team (1), Nohara, H 1. Player Kim Watson Nicole Russell Kelsy Schueler Sydney Williard Vanessa Fitzgerald Totals Opponents

ERA W-L APP GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R 2.58 10-6 19 16 7 2 1 0 95.0 84 50 5.53 1-1 6 1 0 0 1 0 12.2 13 11 7.00 0-0 3 0 0 0 0 0 4.0 4 4 9.00 0-0 5 0 0 0 0 0 7.0 13 15 14.32 0-2 7 3 0 0 0 0 7.1 22 17 4.06 11-9 5.31 9-11

20 20 7 20 20 12

3 0

1 0

0 126.0 136 97 0 124.0 166 106

ER BB 35 35 10 7 4 2 9 7 15 8

SO 2B 3B HR AB B/Avg WP HBP 84 7 1 20 372 .226 1 5 6 0 0 5 48 .271 0 2 3 1 0 1 14 .286 0 1 3 1 0 2 36 .361 2 1 3 3 1 5 42 .524 1 2

73 94

99 12 93 21

59 47

2 33 512 4 24 525

.266 .316

4 10

BK SFA SHA 0 2 4 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1

11 7

0 1

2 8 2 12

PB - Team (1), Nohara, H 1, Opp (2). SBA/ATT - Watson, K (11-12), Nohara, H (8-8), Baumhover, A (4-4), Davidson, D (2-3), Fitzgerald (2-2), Russell, N (1-1). www.wacsports.com

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ABOUT THE WAC

SAN JOSE STATE SPARTANS QUICK FACTS Location:..................................................... San Jose, Calif. Joined WAC:....................................................July 1, 1996 Enrollment:...............................................................32,746 Founded:....................................................................... 1857 Nickname:............................................................. Spartans Colors:............................................. Gold, White and Blue President:.................................................... Jon Whitmore Athletics Director:........................................Tom Bowen Athletic Department:.......................... (408) 924-1200 Ticket Office:............................................ (408) 924-7589 Web Site:....................................www.sjsuspartans.com

Sports Information Director . ................................................... Lawrence Fan Softball Contact . ........................................... Amy Villa Office Number .....................................(408) 924-1216 Villa’s Cell Number . ...........................(408) 421-8604 Villa’s E-Mail . ................................ amy.villa@sjsu.edu Fax Number ..........................................(408) 924-1291 Press Box ......................................................................N/A

SPARTAN BITS n The 2010 Spartans return 13 letterwinners, including eight starters, from last year’s 19-37

team that finished sixth in the WAC.

n Sarah Taylor returns after being honored as a second team all-WAC selection last season as

a junior. She hit .290 while starting 55 games in center field. Taylor ranked fifth nationally in triples with seven and 10th in triples per game at 0.13.

n Senior catcher Brittany McConnell returns after missing most of the 2009 season with an

injury. She holds the Spartan career RBI record with 119 and is tied for first in home runs with 27.

n Three

returning hitters rank among the Top 10 career batting average in San Jose State school history. Kelli Fangonilo is sixth at .307, Kayla Hayes seventh at .303 and Brittany McConnell ninth at .299.

n Amanda

Pridmore leads the pitching staff after striking out 103 batters in 2009. She had an 8-13 record with a 3.10 ERA and nine complete games. Jennifer Ames pitched in just four games before an injury forced her to miss the 2009 season. Elyssa Fox added a 5-16 record with four shutouts and 39 strikeouts.

SOFTBALL FACTS Head Coach.................................................Peter Turner Softball Office......................................(408) 924-1253 All-Time Record..............614-786-1 (.439), 24 years All-Time WAC Record......... 97-184 (.345), 13 years WAC Regular-Season Titles.......................................0 WAC Tournament Titles...............................................0 2009 Record................................................ 19-37 (.339) 2009 WAC Record..........................................6-15 (6th) Stadium..............................San Jose State Field (500) Stadium Record.................130-160 (.448), 12 years NCAA Appearances................................. 2 (1990, ‘92) NCAA Record................................................... 0-4 (.000) Letterwinners Returning/Lost..........................13/3 Starters Returning/Lost......................................... 8/1

MEDIA OUTLETS Associated Press Office: (415) 495-1708................Fax: (415) 495-4967 San Jose Mercury News Office: (408) 920-5830................Fax: (408) 920-5244 San Francisco Chronicle Office: (415) 777-7201................Fax: (415) 543-3754 Spartan Daily (Campus) Office: (408) 924-4548

2010 SCHEDULE Date Feb. 11 Feb. 12 Feb. 12 Feb. 13 Feb. 13 Feb. 14 Feb. 19 Feb. 20 Feb. 21 Feb. 25 Feb. 26 Feb. 26 Feb. 27 Feb. 27 Feb. 28 March 6 March 6 March 7 March 7 March 13 March 14 March 18 March 19 March 19 March 20 March 21 March 24

Opponent !vs. Brigham Young !vs. Utah !vs. Utah Valley !vs. Northern Colorado !vs. Seattle Santa Clara (DH) Cal State Bakersfield (DH) Cal State Bakersfield (DH) Pacific @at UTEP @vs. Weber State @vs. New Mexico @vs. New Mexico @vs. Northern Colorado @vs. Weber State #vs. Charlotte #at Sacramento State #at Sacramento State #vs. Charlotte $vs. Saint Mary’s (DH) $vs. Princeton (DH) %vs. Texas %vs. UNLV %vs. Oklahoma %vs. Virginia %vs. Utah at UC Davis

Time 2 p.m. 11 a.m. 4 p.m. 11 a.m. 1:30 p.m. noon noon noon noon 4 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 6 p.m. 11 a.m. 6 p.m. 9 a.m. noon 2 p.m. 10 a.m. noon 1 p.m. noon 3:45 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 8:15 p.m. 11:15 a.m. 3:45 p.m. 2 p.m.

Date March 26 March 27 April 2 April 3 April 6 April 9 April 10 April 16 April 17 April 21 April 23 April 24 April 30 May 1 May 7 May 8 May 12-15

Opponent Time *at Hawai’i 6 p.m. *at Hawai’i (DH) 4 p.m. *Louisiana Tech 3 p.m. *Louisiana Tech (DH) noon Santa Clara 2 p.m,. *at Nevada 3 p.m. *at Nevada (DH) 1 p.m. *Fresno State 3 p.m. *Fresno State (DH) noon at Stanford 6 p.m. *at Utah State (DH) 2 p.m. *at Utah State 11:30 a.m. *at Boise State 3 p.m. *at Boise State (DH) 1 p.m. *New Mexico State 3 p.m. *New Mexico State (DH) noon WAC Softball Tournament TBA (Las Cruces, N.M.)

!Red Desert Classic (St. George, Utah) @UTEP Invitational (El Paso, Texas) #Hornet Round Robin (Sacramento, Calif.) $South Bay Super Series (San Jose, Calif.) %Judi Garman Softball Classic (Fullerton, Calif.) *WAC game All times local/subject to change

SPARTAN ADMINISTRATION

Jon Whitmore President

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Bill Campsey Faculty Representative

Tom Bowen Athletics Director

Amy Villa SID


SAN JOSE STATE COACHING STAFF

Peter Turner Alma Mater: Sacramento State, 1989 Overall Record: 68-100/3 years School Record: Same WAC Record: 17-40 (.298)

HEAD COACH FILE n Turner compiled a 99-30 record in four years at San Joaquin Delta College and led the team to

the 2005 league championship.

n Turner currently is the head coach of the USA Softball Men’s National Team. n Turner is a member of the ASA National Softball Hall of Fame and a 10-time ASA All-American

selection.

n Turner has been selected to two other local halls of fame – Stockton (Calif.) Sports Hall of Fame

and the Stockton Softball Hall of Fame.

Performance Award for this past school year.

n This season, Turner is joined on the coaching staff by his son Chase.

ASSISTANT COACHES

Christen Hardee Humboldt State ’04 1st Year

Chase Turner Sacramento State ’09 1st Year

WAC RECORDS & HISTORY

n Academically, his team received the San Jose State Athletics Board’s Most Improved Academic

Opponent Score !vs. Idaho State W, 4-1 !vs. Utah L, 5-6 !vs. No. 12 Tennessee L, 0-16 (5) !vs. Brigham Young L, 2-3 !vs. Utah Valley W, 14-4 (5) #vs. Cal State Northridge L, 4-7 #vs. Northern Colorado W, 3-0 #vs. New Mexico State L, 1-14 (5) #at UTEP L, 1-2 #vs. Samford L, 1-6 Boston University W, 6-4 Boston University L, 1-3 Sacramento State L, 0-3 Boston University L, 1-4 CSU Bakersfield L, 4-5 CSU Bakersfield W, 1-0 CSU Bakersfield L, 2-4 CSU Bakersfield L, 0-5 Illinois State L, 2-14 Illinois State W, 4-0 Vermont W, 6-1 Vermont W, 8-0 (6) $Colorado State W, 3-0 $Long Beach State L, 1-2 (8) $Canisius L, 2-3 $UNLV L, 0-4 Canisius W, 5-4 Princeton L, 0-4 Princeton W, 8-5 *at No. 25 Fresno State L, 1-7 *at No. 25 Fresno State L, 0-2 *at No. 25 Fresno State L, 0-1 Dartmouth L, 6-7 *Utah State W, 9-1 (6) *Utah State L, 1-4 *Utah State W, 3-1 Santa Clara W, 7-1 Santa Clara W, 9-1 (5) *Boise State W, 8-2 *Boise State L, 2-4 *Boise State W, 8-0 (5) *at New Mexico State L, 4-14 (5) *at New Mexico State L, 0-6 *at New Mexico State L, 7-16 (6) *Hawai’i W, 5-4 *Hawai’i L, 5-6 *Hawai’i L, 4-11 at No. 5 Stanford L, 0-3 *at Louisiana Tech L, 1-10 (5) *at Louisiana Tech L, 7-9 *at Louisiana Tech L, 1-4 *Nevada L, 0-17 (5) *Nevada L, 3-5 (14) *Nevada W, 1-0 (10) @vs. No. 7 Boise State L, 4-8 (9) @vs. No. 5 New Mexico State L, 1-6

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n Peter Turner enters his fourth year at San Jose State with a 68-100 record at San Jose State.

Date Feb. 6 Feb. 6 Feb. 7 Feb. 7 Feb. 8 Feb. 20 Feb. 20 Feb. 21 Feb. 21 Feb. 22 Feb. 27 Feb. 27 Feb. 28 Feb. 28 March 7 March 7 March 8 March 8 March 10 March 10 March 11 March 11 March 13 March 13 March 14 March 14 March 17 March 18 March 18 March 20 March 21 March 21 March 25 March 27 March 28 March 28 March 31 March 31 April 3 April 4 April 4 April 10 April 10 April 11 April 17 April 18 April 18 April 22 April 24 April 25 April 25 May 1 May 2 May 2 May 6 May 7

ABOUT THE WAC

2009 RESULTS

!Red Desert Classic (St. George, Utah) # UTEP Invitational (El Paso, Texas) $National Invitational Tournament (San Jose) *WAC Game @WAC Softball Tournament (Fresno, Calif.)

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WAC RECORDS & HISTORY

THE SCHOOLS

ABOUT THE WAC

SAN JOSE STATE TOP PLAYERS AND ROSTER

MALLORY BAIR INF, 5-7, Sr.

KELLY FANGONILO INF, 5-5, Sr.

SARAH TAYLOR OF, 5-8, Sr.

In her second year at San Jose State ... started 35 games last season, while playing in 39 ... is the team’s top returning hitter after posting a .317 average ... had four hits in two games ... had just three errors in 130 attempts in the field ... played two years at Merced Junior College, where she was twice named to the Central Valley Conference first team and earned second team All-America honors after batting .412 to lead the squad in 2007.

Ranks sixth in the Spartan career record books in slugging percentage (.427), tied for eighth in batting average (.299), ninth in on base percentage (.364) and tied for 10th in runs scored (73) ... as a junior, led the team in hits (52), RBI (26) and doubles (12) ... named to the WAC Tournament team after tallying four hits against Boise State to tie the school record ... as a sophomore, started all 61 games and led the team in runs scored (42) and doubles (11) ... her 42 runs rank third on the school’s single-season list, 34 RBI are sixth and 11 doubles are eighth ... played one season at UNLV, where she ranked second on the team in batting average (.312).

Ranks fourth in the Spartan career record books in runs scored (104), fifth in stolen bases (44), tied for fifth in triples (14), seventh in walks (48) and 10th in batting average (.297) ... second team all-WAC honoree last year as a junior ... led the team in at bats (176), runs scored (37), triples (7), walks (18) and stolen bases (18) ... had 11 multi-hit games ... named second team all-WAC and to the WAC all-tournament team as a sophomore in 2008 ... in WAC games, led all players in hits (26) and runs (16) ... missed the majority of the 2007 season with a knee injury ... started all 50 games as a freshman, posting a team-high nine stolen bases.

CAREER Statistics Year G-GS AB 2009 39-35 101 39-35 101 Total

R 11 11

H RBI Avg. 32 19 .317 32 19 .317

CAREER Statistics Year G-GS AB 2008 61-61 194 2009 56-55 167 Total 117-116 361

2010 ROSTER o. N 21 33 12 24 2 44 42 16 11 29 7 5 4 3 23 15 19 10 38 1 26 17 6 22 14

Name Julianne Aiello Jennifer Ames Mallory Bair Andrea Bott Danni Brown Markesha Collins Kelli Fangonilo Krysha Fitzgerald Elyssa Fox Cheryl Freitas BranDee Garcia Natasha Hawkins Kayla Hayes Jaclyn Imhof Breanna Lopez Ursula Lopez Brittany McConnell Dorothy Morentin Morgan Otto Amanda Pridmore Lauren Shanks Alex Stange Alyssa Sulay Sarah Taylor Stephanie Ziemann

TEAM PROFILE Pos. INF P INF OF INF OF INF C P INF INF OF P C INF C C INF P OF INF OF OF OF

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

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

Head Coach: Peter Turner Assistant Coaches: Christen Hardee, Chase Turner Volunteer Assistant: Thad Brown

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R H RBI Avg. 42 59 34 .304 31 52 26 .311 73 111 60 .307

CAREER Statistics Year G-GS AB R H RBI Avg. 2006 50-50 128 18 37 6 .289 2007 16-14 49 10 13 2 .265 2008 60-60 208 41 64 33 .308 2009 56-55 176 37 51 13 .290 Total 182-179 561 106 165 54 .294

2010 WAC SOFTBALL Media Guide

Yr. Hometown (Last School) So. Riverbank, Calif. (Beyer) So. San Jose, Calif. (Evergreen Valley) Sr. Merced, Calif. (Merced JC) So. Stockton, Calif. (St. Mary’s) Sr. Cupertino, Calif. (Monta Vista) Fr. Citrus Heights, Calif. (San Juan) Sr. Palo Alto, Calif. (UNLV) Jr. Cloverdale, Calif. (Eastern Arizona College) Jr. Fallbrook, Calif. (Cuesta College) Fr. Stockton, Calif. (Saint Mary’s) Fr. Visalia, Calif. (Mt. Whitney) Sr. Redding, Calif. (Anderson) Sr. Orangevale, Calif. (Sacramento City College) Jr. Portland, Ore. (College of the Siskiyous) So. Elk Grove, Calif. (Franklin) Sr. Norco, Calif. (Mt. San Antonia College) Sr. Red Bluff, Calif. (Red Bluff ) Fr. Van Nuys, Calif. (Birmingham) So. Sacramento, Calif. (Sheldon) So. Modesto, Calif. (Modesto) So. Durham, Calif. (Durham) So. Union City, Calif. (James Logan) Sr. Watsonville, Calif. (Monte Vista Christian) Sr. Cupertino, Calif. (Monta Vista) Fr. La Cañada, Calif. (Crescenta Valley)

Key Returnees Sarah Taylor Kelly Fangonilo Mallory Bair

BA .290 .311 .317

Hits 51 52 32

RBI 13 26 19

Key Pitchers Amanda Pridmore Elyssa Fox

ERA 3.10 4.37

W-L 8-13 5-16

K 103 53

Key Losses Nicole Wells Alissa Murphy

BA .333 .232

Hits 21 23

RBI 4 10

Key Losses Deanna Mauer

ERA 4.99

W-L 6-7

K 50

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SAN JOSE STATE 2009 STATISTICS All Games: 19-37

Home: 16-18 GP-GS 7-7 38-19 39-35 11-6 56-55 55-54 56-55 2-2 51-44 40-34 17-7 47-37 41-35 34-4 20-10 14-7 54-52 31-27 19-14 41-2 20-1 1-0 1-0 1-0

AB 15 63 101 19 167 163 176 4 120 99 28 96 103 21 32 28 119 66 27 11 5 1 0 0

R 3 12 11 1 31 24 37 0 1 9 1 13 2 6 0 2 15 3 0 11 4 0 0 0

H 7 21 32 6 52 48 51 1 28 23 6 20 20 4 6 5 21 10 3 1 0 0 0 0

Totals Opponents

.249 56-56 1464 186 365 .286 56-56 1529 274 437

2B 3B HR RBI 2 0 2 8 2 0 0 4 8 0 0 19 0 0 0 1 12 5 2 26 9 1 2 20 3 7 3 13 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 17 4 1 0 10 0 0 0 2 3 1 1 12 3 1 0 13 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 7 0 1 7 4 0 1 6 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-SBA PO A E FLD% 15 1.000 4 0 4 0 .579 0 0 0-0 27 10 0 1.000 23 .365 3 1 11 0 .373 0 0 2-2 10 0 1 .909 40 .396 9 1 16 0 .372 2 0 3-3 124 5 3 .977 6 .316 3 2 2 0 .458 0 0 0-0 10 26 2 .947 80 .479 16 1 24 0 .371 2 0 11-14 68 98 15 .917 65 .399 12 4 24 0 .352 3 0 2-6 50 5 5 .917 77 .438 18 0 37 0 .354 1 0 18-21 80 5 2 .977 1 .250 0 0 0 0 .250 0 0 0-0 1 2 1 .750 34 .283 11 6 17 1 .326 1 2 1-1 24 53 1 .987 29 .293 12 1 27 0 .321 0 1 1-2 23 0 4 .852 6 .214 3 0 7 0 .290 0 0 1-1 24 15 4 .907 28 .292 1 2 15 0 .228 2 1 0-0 75 74 10 .937 25 .243 8 2 15 1 .265 0 0 0-1 286 14 6 .980 6 .286 0 0 5 0 .190 0 0 6-7 10 0 0 1.000 6 .188 3 2 4 0 .297 0 0 0-0 39 3 0 1.000 8 .286 0 0 6 0 .179 0 0 0-0 6 5 2 .846 31 .261 12 0 23 0 .252 0 0 3-4 82 110 18 .914 17 .258 11 2 18 0 .291 0 0 0-0 99 19 1 .992 3 .111 0 0 3 0 .111 0 0 0-0 55 6 0 1.000 1 .091 2 0 8 0 .231 0 0 2-3 4 0 1 .800 0 .000 1 0 2 0 .167 0 0 1-1 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0-0 1 0 0 1.000 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 .000

66 17 12 163 501 59 8 38 240 626

.342 129 .409 155

24 268 32 212

2 .318 11 4 3 .363 3 31

51-66 1108 515 83 37-48 1106 434 54

.951 .966

THE SCHOOLS

AVG .467 .333 .317 .316 .311 .294 .290 .250 .233 .232 .214 .208 .194 .190 .188 .179 .176 .152 .111 .091 .000 .000 .000 .000

Neutral: 3-8

ABOUT THE WAC

Player Brittany McConnell Nicole Wells Mallory Bair Deanna Mauer Kelli Fangonilo Kayla Hayes Sarah Taylor Dannielle Brown Ursula Lopez Alissa Murphy Alex Stange Julianne Aiello Natasha Hawkins Alyssa Sulay Amanda Schatz Elizabeth Robertso Morgan Otto Breanna Lopez Krysha Fitzgerald Andrea Bott Lauren Shanks Vanessa Chagoya Alexandria Galusha Sarah Taniyama

Road: 0-11

LOB - Team (338), Opp (369). DPs turned - Team (25), Opp (11). Picked off - Bott, A 1, Aiello, J 1. ERA W-L APP GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R 0.64 0-1 4 2 0 0 0 0 11.0 11 4 3.10 8-13 38 21 9 2 0 3 165.0 192 99 4.37 5-16 26 17 8 4 0 0 99.1 126 88 4.99 6-7 28 16 3 1 0 1 94.0 108 83

Totals Opponents

3.85 19-37 2.92 36-19

56 56 20 56 56 33

7 10

0 4

ER BB SO 2B 3B HR AB B/Avg WP HBP 1 8 6 0 1 0 41 .268 1 1 73 47 103 19 3 16 681 .282 10 10 62 39 53 18 2 12 436 .289 6 7 67 61 50 22 2 10 371 .291 10 14

4 369.1 437 274 203 155 212 59 8 38 1529 3 369.2 365 186 154 129 268 66 17 12 1464

.286 .249

27 25

32 24

BK SFA SHA 0 0 1 1 1 11 0 0 7 0 2 12 1 3 31 1 11 4

PB - Team (7), Lopez, B 5, Fitzgerald 2, Opp (10). Pickoffs - Team (3), Lopez, B 2, McConnell, B 1, Opp (1). SBA/ATT - Fox, E (16-18), Lopez, B (14-18), Pridmore, A (10-14), Mauer, D (9-12), Fitzgerald (9-11), Schatz, A (10-10), McConnell, B (4-8), Ames, J (2-4).

WAC Games: 6-15

Home: 6-6 GP-GS 6-4 5-1 21-20 15-9 18-17 21-20 21-20 7-2 14-1 18-16 21-20 13-3 20-20 14-11 10-6 10-7 10-6 8-8 9-1

AB R 11 1 9 1 67 12 29 5 50 6 63 8 63 12 12 0 4 4 43 1 51 7 14 2 43 8 33 1 18 0 9 0 21 0 18 0 4 2

Road: 0-9

Player Deanna Mauer Elizabeth Robertso Sarah Taylor Nicole Wells Mallory Bair Kayla Hayes Kelli Fangonilo Alex Stange Andrea Bott Ursula Lopez Julianne Aiello Alyssa Sulay Morgan Otto Alissa Murphy Amanda Schatz Krysha Fitzgerald Natasha Hawkins Breanna Lopez Lauren Shanks

AVG .455 .333 .328 .310 .300 .286 .254 .250 .250 .233 .216 .214 .209 .182 .111 .111 .095 .056 .000

H 5 3 22 9 15 18 16 3 1 10 11 3 9 6 2 1 2 1 0

Totals Opponents

.244 21-21 562 70 137 .306 21-21 588 124 180

2B 3B HR RBI 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 4 2 9 1 0 0 2 6 0 0 10 3 1 1 6 1 4 2 12 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 6 2 0 1 7 2 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-SBA PO 5 .455 1 2 1 0 .571 0 0 0-0 5 3 .333 0 0 2 0 .333 0 0 0-0 2 36 .537 5 0 18 0 .370 1 0 6-7 39 10 .345 1 1 6 0 .355 0 0 0-0 2 21 .420 2 0 12 0 .321 1 0 1-1 82 26 .413 4 2 9 0 .348 0 0 0-0 22 31 .492 4 0 11 0 .299 0 0 4-4 18 3 .250 1 0 4 0 .308 0 0 0-0 14 1 .250 1 0 3 0 .400 0 0 1-1 3 12 .279 4 2 7 0 .320 1 0 1-1 5 16 .314 1 0 6 0 .226 1 0 0-0 44 5 .357 0 0 4 0 .214 0 0 4-4 7 14 .326 6 0 7 0 .306 0 0 1-2 40 6 .182 4 0 16 0 .270 0 0 0-0 14 2 .111 3 2 2 0 .304 0 0 0-0 27 1 .111 0 0 1 0 .111 0 0 0-0 30 4 .190 3 1 1 1 .240 0 0 0-0 35 1 .056 2 0 10 0 .150 0 0 0-0 23 0 .000 1 0 2 0 .200 0 0 1-1 0

22 10 6 65 197 26 5 23 109 285

.351 43 .485 56

10 122 12 75

1 .307 4 0 0 .377 2 15

A E FLD% 12 2 .895 2 1 .800 2 2 .953 0 0 1.000 5 1 .989 2 1 .960 33 4 .927 2 2 .889 0 1 .750 3 0 1.000 36 4 .952 0 0 1.000 40 12 .870 0 0 1.000 1 0 1.000 4 0 1.000 5 2 .952 4 0 1.000 0 0 .000

19-21 415 169 32 16-18 424 156 18

WAC RECORDS & HISTORY

Player Jennifer Ames Amanda Pridmore Elyssa Fox Deanna Mauer

.948 .970

LOB - Team (122), Opp (134). DPs turned - Team (12), Opp (5). Player Amanda Pridmore Elyssa Fox Deanna Mauer

ERA 3.95 4.76 6.54

W-L APP GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R 1-6 13 8 5 1 0 2 55.0 66 38 1-7 9 7 3 1 0 0 42.2 54 36 4-2 11 6 2 0 0 0 40.2 60 50

Totals Opponents

4.96 6-15 2.80 15-6

21 21 10 21 21 15

2 4

0 1

2 138.1 180 124 1 142.1 137 70

ER BB 31 14 29 12 38 30 98 57

SO 2B 3B HR AB B/Avg WP HBP 31 6 2 8 229 .288 1 5 22 9 1 9 186 .290 4 2 22 11 2 6 173 .347 7 5

56 75 26 5 23 588 43 122 22 10 6 562

.306 .244

12 4

12 10

BK SFA SHA 0 0 3 0 0 4 0 2 8 0 0

2 15 4 0

PB - Team (1), Lopez, B 1, Opp (1). SBA/ATT - Schatz, A (7-7), Fitzgerald (5-7), Pridmore, A (7-7), Fox, E (7-7), Lopez, B (4-4), Mauer, D (2-4). www.wacsports.com

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UTAH STATE AGGIES AGGIE BITS

QUICK FACTS Location:..........................................................Logan, Utah Joined WAC:....................................................July 1, 2005 Enrollment:...............................................................23,925 Founded:....................................................................... 1888 Nickname:................................................................. Aggies Colors:..............................................Navy Blue and White President:.....................................................Stan Albrecht Athletics Director:...................................... Scott Barnes Athletic Department:.......................... (435) 797-1850 Ticket Office:............................................ (435) 797-0305 Web Site:.............................www.utahstateaggies.com

Sports Information Director . .................................................Doug Hoffman Softball Contact . ........................................Kara Fisher Office Number .....................................(435) 797-1361 Fisher’s Cell Number . .......................(435) 757-8184 Fisher’s E-Mail ...........................kara.irving@usu.edu Fax Number ..........................................(435) 797-2615 Press Box ................................................(435) 757-8184

n The Aggies bring back five starters and eight letterwinners from last year’s team that went

10-37 overall and 3-17 in WAC action.

n USU

welcomes eight newcomers to this year’s team, including pitcher Shelbi Tyteca, the sister of Aggie catcher Shasta Tyteca.

n Kelly Kaneshiro is tied for eighth on the Utah State career home runs list with 10 after just

one season. Kaneshiro missed the bulk of the 2009 season after injuring her knee in the first inning of the first game of the season.

n The Aggies return two pitchers who accounted for 90 percent of the team’s wins last season

in seniors Kate Greenough and Stacey Ellingsworth. Greenough led the team in wins, ERA and opponent batting average last season.

n Emily Reilly is 10th on the Aggies’ career stolen bases list with 20. n The Aggies set a team record with 31 hit by pitches last season. n The Aggies return five members of the Academic all-WAC team. n This season, the Aggies will play a tough non-conference schedule that includes national

champion Washington, Texas A&M, Penn State and UC Santa Barbara.

SOFTBALL FACTS Head Coach.............................Carissa Millsap-Kalaba Softball Office......................................(435) 797-0553 All-Time Record..............782-875-3 (.472), 34 years All-Time WAC Record.............. 13-60 (.178), 4 years WAC Regular-Season Titles.......................................0 WAC Tournament Titles...............................................0 2009 Record................................................ 10-37 (.213) 2009 WAC Record..........................................3-17 (8th) Stadium.... LaRee and LeGrand Johnson Field (500) Stadium Record................... 87-125 (.410), 14 years NCAA Appearances.................. 4 (1984, ‘89, ‘92, ‘93) NCAA Record................................................... 2-8 (.200) Letterwinners Returning/Lost............................ 8/8 Starters Returning/Lost......................................... 5/6

MEDIA OUTLETS Logan Herald Journal...............................Joey Hislop Office: (435) 752-2121................Fax: (435) 753-6642 Utah Statesman..................................... Connor Jones Office: (435) 797-1761................Fax: (435) 797-1760 Salt Lake Tribune............................. Marty Renzhofer Office: (801) 257-8900................Fax: (801) 257-8950 Deseret News..............................................Jared Eborn Office: (435) 237-2161................Fax: (435) 237-2543

2010 SCHEDULE Date Feb.12 Feb. 12 Feb. 13 Feb. 13 Feb. 14 Feb. 19 Feb. 20 Feb. 20 Feb. 21 Feb. 21 March 5 March 5 March 6 March 6 March 7 March 12 March 12 March 13 March 13 March 14 March 19 March 19 March 20 March 21 March 26 March 27 March 30 March 31

Opponent Time !vs. Maine 11 a.m. !vs. Idaho State 1:30 p.m. !vs. Tulsa 1:30 p.m. !vs. Northern Colorado 4 p.m. !vs. Seattle 11 a.m. @vs. Washington 9 a.m. @vs. UC Santa Barbara 9 a.m. @vs. Penn State 11:15 a.m. @vs. Western Kentucky 9 a.m. @at San Diego State 1:30 p.m. #vs. North Dakota State 9 a.m. 11 a.m. #vs. Utah Valley #vs. South Dakota State 9 a.m. #at Colorado State 11 a.m. #vs. North Dakota State 9 a.m. $vs. North Dakota State 12:15 p.m. $at Texas A&M 3 p.m. $vs. Wright State 10 a.m. $at Texas A&M 5:15 p.m. $vs. Wright State 10 a.m. %vs. Iona 9 a.m. %at Sacramento State 1 p.m. %at Sacramento State 3 p.m. %vs. Colorado State 11 a.m. *at Louisiana Tech 6 p.m. *at Louisiana Tech (DH) 1 p.m. at Utah Valley (DH) 2:30 p.m. at Brigham Young 3 p.m.

Date April 2 April 3 April 6 April 7 April 9 April 10 April 13 April 16 April 16 April 20 April 21 April 23 April 24 April 27 April 30 May 1 May 12-15

Opponent *Nevada *Nevada (DH) *Hawai‘i *Hawai‘i (DH) *at Fresno State *at Fresno State (DH) at Utah (DH) *at Boise State *at Boise State (DH) Utah Valley (DH) at Weber State (DH) *San Jose State (DH) *San Jose State Weber State (DH) *at New Mexico State (DH) *at New Mexico State WAC Softball Tournament (Las Cruces, N.M.)

!Red Desert Classic (St. George, Utah) @Campbell/Cartier Tournament (San Diego, Calif.) #Colorado State Tournament (Fort Collins, Colo.) $Texas A&M Tournament (College Station, Texas) %Sac State Tournament (Sacramento, Calif.) *WAC game All times local/subject to change

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Ken White Faculty Representative

2010 WAC SOFTBALL Media Guide

Scott Barnes Athletics Director

Time 3 p.m. 1 p.m. 3 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 2 p.m. 3 p.m. 1 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 3 p.m. 11 a.m. 2 p.m. 5 p.m. 2 p.m. TBA

Jana Doggett Senior Associate AD/SWA

Kara Fisher SID


UTAH STATE COACHING STAFF

CARISSA MILLSAP-KALABA Alma Mater: UCLA, 2000 Overall Record: 143-93/4 years School Record: 0-0/first season WAC Record: 0-0 Playing Career: Hofstra, 1996-97 UCLA, 1998-99 (Catcher/Utility)

HEAD COACH FILE five seasons at Biola University in La Mirada, Calif.

n She led the Eagles to five-straight playoff appearances, the longest in the history of the program. n Millsap-Kalaba posted an overall record of 143-93 at Biola and led the team to the NAIA Region

II tournament.

n As a player, Millsap-Kalaba helped UCLA to a Women’s College World Series title in 1999. n Millsap-Kalaba also coached the Jets Gold U18 team as well as Arcadia High School.

season with the Aggies, while Sullivan is in her first.

ASSISTANT COACHES

Kyla Sullivan Western Michigan ‘08 1st Year

WAC RECORDS & HISTORY

n Millsap-Kalaba is joined by assistant coaches Kelly Park and Kyla Sullivan. Park is in her second

Opponent Score !vs. No. 12 Tennessee L, 3-11 (6) !vs. Loyola Marymount L, 2-3 !vs. Northern Colorado W, 8-2 (6) !vs. Utah L, 0-10 !vs. Idaho State W, 6-2 @at No. 24 San Diego State L, 1-3 (8) @vs. UC Santa Barbara W, 6-5 @vs. No. 10 Washington L, 3-16 (5) @vs. Long Beach State L, 0-8 (5) @vs. No. 8 Stanford L, 5-9 #vs. Southern Utah L, 3-9 #at No. 8 Arizona State L, 0-9 (5) #vs. Northern Colorado L, 1-3 #vs. South Alabama L, 1-5 #vs. New Mexico State L, 2-4 $vs. UC Riverside W, 4-1 $vs. Sacramento State L, 2-5 (10) $vs. Temple W, 2-1 $at Cal Poly L, 0-8 (6) $at Cal Poly L, 1-2 (13) at Cal State Bakersfield L, 0-12 (5) at Cal State Bakersfield W, 6-3 (9) *Boise State L, 0-2 *Boise State L, 6-12 *Boise State L, 3-7 *at San Jose State L, 1-9 (6) *at San Jose State W, 4-1 *at San Jose State L, 1-3 at Utah Valley L, 5-6 at Utah Valley W, 7-0 at Utah L, 0-1 Utah L, 5-9 Utah L, 2-8 *at Hawai‘i L, 1-9 (6) *at Hawai‘i L, 3-4 (10) *at Hawai‘i L, 2-3 *Louisiana Tech L, 1-8 *Louisiana Tech W, 2-1 *Louisiana Tech L, 2-7 *New Mexico State L, 4-5 *New Mexico State L, 0-10 (5) *New Mexico State W, 4-1 *at Nevada L, 1-3 *at Nevada L, 0-8 (5) *at Nevada L, 2-6 *Fresno State L, 0-10 (5) *Fresno State L, 0-9 (5)

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n Carissa Millsap-Kalaba enters her first season as a Division I head coach after coaching the last

Date Feb. 6 Feb. 6 Feb. 7 Feb. 7 Feb. 8 Feb. 12 Feb. 13 Feb. 13 Feb. 14 Feb. 14 Feb. 27 Feb. 27 Feb. 28 Feb. 28 March 1 March 6 March 6 March 7 March 7 March 8 March 9 March 9 March 20 March 21 March 21 March 27 March 28 March 28 March 31 March 31 April 6 April 7 April 7 April 10 April 11 April 11 April 17 April 17 April 18 April 20 April 20 April 21 April 24 April 24 April 25 May 1 May 1

ABOUT THE WAC

2009 RESULTS

!Red Desert Classic (St. George, Utah) @Campbell Cartier Tournament (San Diego, Calif.) #Diamond Devil Invitational (Tempe, Ariz.) $Cal Poly Tournament (San Louis Obispo, Calif.) *WAC Game

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WAC RECORDS & HISTORY

THE SCHOOLS

ABOUT THE WAC

UTAH STATE TOP PLAYERS AND ROSTER

SIMONE HUBBARD C, 5-6, Sr.

KELLEY KANESHIRO IF, 5-5, RS-So.

NICOLE (RUPP) TINDALL IF, 5-6, Sr.

Played in 44 games with 43 starts last season as a junior ... ranked second on the team in home runs, RBI and putouts ... led the team with 19 walks ... ranked second on the team with a .964 fielding percentage ... appeared in 20 games with 17 starts as a sophomore in 2008 ... hit .211 on the season with four hits and three RBI ... played in 18 games, starting 16, as a freshman ... hit .175 with seven hits, five RBI, four runs and three doubles ... two-time Academic all-WAC honoree earned the Joe and Elma Whitesides Scholar-Athlete award in 2008.

Redshirted last season due to injury ... as a freshman in 2008, played in 44 games, starting 43 ... led the team with a .359 batting average ... led the team with 10 home runs, tied for second-most in USU history ... hit the most home runs in a game in the WAC and in Utah State single-game history with three against Northern Colorado ... had a schoolrecord slugging percentage of .692.

Started and played in all 47 games last season as a junior ... ranked second on the team with 16 runs scored and seven doubles ... led the team with 11 stolen bases ... recorded a season-high three hits against Sacramento State on March 6 ... played in and started 44 games as a sophomore ... tied for the team lead with nine stolen bases ... recorded a season high three RBI against Idaho State on April 9 ... as a freshman, played in 44 games, starting 40 ... three-time academic all-WAC honoree.

CAREER Statistics Year G-GS AB 2007 18-16 40 2008 20-17 38 2009 44-43 109 Total 82-76 187

R 4 1 8 13

H RBI Avg. 7 5 .175 4 3 .105 22 17 .202 33 25 .176

R 28 0 28

H RBI Avg. 42 29 .359 1 0 1.000 43 29 .364

2010 ROSTER No. 5 24 14 8 10 16 19 9 17 13 6 3 11 2 21 7 12

Name Pos. Katie Bowdidge UT Kali Cancelosi P/DP Xiao Xue Chang OF/P Tatem Day IF Stacey Ellingsworth P Rachel Evans IF Tina Ferguson IF Kate Greenough P Mandy Harmon P/IF Simone Hubbard C Kelley Kaneshiro IF Joreigh Landers OF Megan McDonald OF Emily Reilly OF Nicole (Rupp) Tindall OF Shasta Tyteca C Shelbi Tyteca P/IF

CAREER Statistics Year G-GS AB 2007 44-40 105 2008 44-44 120 2009 47-47 141 Total 135-131 366

R 16 16 16 48

H RBI Avg. 23 5 .219 31 9 .258 31 8 .220 85 22 .232

TEAM PROFILE B/T R/R R/R L/L R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R

Ht. Yr. Hometown (Last School) 5-4 Fr. Bountiful, Utah (Viewmont) 5-8 Fr. Crescenta, Calif. (La Crescenta) 5-9 Jr. Beijing, China (No. 5 HS/Lassen College) 5-8 So. Mesa, Ariz. (Yavapui CC) 5-9 Sr. Richland, Wash. (Richland) 5-6 Sr. Woods Cross, Utah (College of Southern daho) 5-2 Fr. Payson, Utah (Spanish Fork) 5-8 Sr. Portland, Ore. (Northern Illinois) 5-11 Fr. Las Vegas, Nev. (Shadow Ridge) 5-6 Sr. Medford, Ore. (South Medford) 5-5 RS-So. Auburn, Wash. (Auburn Riverside) 5-8 Jr. Veronica, Ore. (Northern Illinois) 5-7 Jr. Salem, Ore. (McNary) 5-6 Sr. Portland, Ore. (Central Catholic) 5-6 Sr. Salt Lake City, Utah (Taylorsville) 5-7 Jr. Farmington, Utah (Viewmont) 5-9 Fr. Farmington, Utah (Viewmont)

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CAREER Statistics Year G-GS AB 2008 44-43 117 2009 1-1 1 Total 45-44 118

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BA .288 .234 .220

Hits 23 25 31

RBI 7 8 8

ERA Key Pitchers Kate Greenough 3.75 Stacey Ellingsworth 6.38

W-L 8-10 1-4

K 89 17

Key Losses Jasmine Harris Rayna Bradshaw

BA .296 .274

Hits 37 31

RBI 19 16

Key Losses Lindsey Benson

ERA 5.60

W-L 1-23

K 112

Key Returnees Megan McDonald Emily Reilly Nicole Rupp Tindall

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UTAH STATE 2009 STATISTICS All Games: 10-37

Home: 2-11

.217 47-47 1150 112 250 .314 47-47 1304 273 410

2B 3B HR RBI 0 0 0 0 8 0 7 19 2 0 2 7 6 0 2 16 0 0 0 2 1 1 0 8 7 0 0 8 2 2 3 17 6 0 0 8 3 1 0 8 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-SBA PO 1 1.000 0 0 0 0 1.000 0 0 0-0 0 66 .528 9 10 18 0 .389 0 1 8-9 69 31 .388 11 1 16 0 .380 0 4 2-2 30 43 .381 9 0 16 0 .328 0 4 0-1 45 23 .235 13 3 20 0 .342 0 6 10-10 0 28 .262 6 1 23 0 .278 1 10 9-12 63 38 .270 12 2 29 0 .290 0 6 11-17 78 37 .339 19 4 33 0 .338 1 3 1-1 225 30 .229 8 2 29 2 .238 2 3 2-2 266 22 .234 7 1 19 1 .245 0 4 2-2 73 3 .176 1 1 10 0 .263 0 0 0-1 4 10 .135 3 3 22 0 .188 0 6 3-4 44 1 .111 0 0 5 0 .111 0 1 0-0 4 2 .080 1 2 9 0 .172 1 2 0-0 25 1 .050 0 1 9 0 .095 0 2 1-2 4 0 .000 1 0 2 0 .167 0 0 0-0 3 0 .000 0 0 1 0 .000 0 0 0-0 0

36 4 14 97 336 81 15 48 244 665

.292 100 .510 148

31 261 22 218

3 .296 5 52 1 .391 9 38

A E FLD% 0 0 .000 73 10 .934 2 3 .914 59 4 .963 0 2 .000 5 6 .919 27 7 .938 18 9 .964 10 3 .989 71 10 .935 0 0 1.000 17 8 .884 18 0 1.000 5 1 .968 0 0 1.000 28 1 .969 5 2 .714

49-63 933 338 66 32-40 963 404 50

.951 .965

LOB - Team (272), Opp (325). DPs turned - Team (9), Opp (13). CI - Team (1), Hubbard, S 1. IBB - Team (1), Harris, J 1, Opp (15). Picked off - Stroman, A 2, Harris, J 1. ERA W-L APP GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR AB B/Avg WP HBP 3.75 8-10 23 17 14 1 0 0 123.1 149 92 66 45 89 27 8 16 506 .294 4 8 5.60 1-23 27 24 20 0 0 1 153.2 200 146 123 90 112 45 6 30 633 .316 2 9 6.38 1-4 9 6 1 0 0 0 34.0 61 35 31 13 17 9 1 2 165 .370 4 5

Totals Opponents

4.95 10-37 1.98 37-10

47 47 35 47 47 27

1 11

0 2

1 311.0 410 273 220 148 218 81 15 48 1304 4 321.0 250 112 91 100 261 36 4 14 1150

.314 .217

10 11

22 31

BK SFA SHA 0 4 10 0 4 25 0 1 3 0 0

9 38 5 52

PB - Team (12), Hubbard, S 10, Tyteca, S 2, Opp (6). Pickoffs - Team (4), Hubbard, S 4, Opp (1). SBA/ATT - Hubbard, S (27-33), Benson, L (21-26), Ellingsworth (7-9), Tyteca, S (5-6), Greenough, K (4-5).

WAC Games: 3-17

Home: 2-9 GP-GS 20-18 18--17 20-20 17-16 20-20 20-20 13-13 5-2 20-20 18-18 17-14 4-1 11-1 2-2 1-0

AB 40 42 56 36 49 59 41 5 55 50 31 5 5 3 1

R 5 6 8 2 2 6 2 1 3 0 2 0 0 0 0

Road: 1-8

Player Gina Rawls Emily Reilly Jasmine Harris Megan McDonald Simone Hubbard Nicole Rupp Rayna Bradshaw Cami Jones Aubrie Stroman Jeanine Hernandez Rachel Evans Shasta Tyteca Michelle Workman Lindsey Benson Kate Greenough

AVG .275 .262 .250 .250 .245 .237 .220 .200 .164 .140 .129 .000 .000 .000 .000

H 11 11 14 9 12 14 9 1 9 7 4 0 0 0 0

Totals Opponents

.211 20-20 478 37 101 .314 20-20 551 118 173

2B 3B HR RBI 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 2 0 1 6 0 0 0 2 2 2 0 6 3 0 0 4 3 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 39

TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-SBA PO 11 .275 7 1 5 0 .396 0 1 5-5 0 13 .310 2 0 9 0 .295 0 2 4-6 28 19 .339 4 4 3 0 .344 0 0 2-2 26 9 .250 7 1 8 0 .386 0 1 1-1 15 18 .367 8 1 16 0 .362 0 1 0-0 102 17 .288 6 1 14 0 .318 0 2 3-7 25 12 .293 2 0 8 0 .256 0 3 0-0 9 1 .200 0 0 3 0 .200 0 0 0-1 3 11 .200 2 1 10 1 .207 0 1 0-0 109 7 .140 3 0 9 0 .189 0 0 1-1 34 4 .129 2 0 10 0 .182 0 2 2-2 22 0 .000 1 0 1 0 .167 0 0 0-0 2 0 .000 0 0 3 0 .000 0 0 1-1 2 0 .000 0 0 3 0 .000 0 1 0-0 3 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0-0 2

3 1 30 122 7 19 107 283

.255 44 .514 64

9 102 8 90

1 .290 0 14 1 .390 5 9

A 0 0 36 1 7 2 14 0 6 42 10 1 0 8 12

E 0 2 5 3 5 2 1 0 2 3 6 0 0 0 0

FLD% .000 .933 .925 .842 .956 .931 .958 1.000 .983 .962 .842 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000

19-26 382 140 30 9-10 393 163 20

.946 .965

WAC RECORDS & HISTORY

Player Kate Greenough Lindsey Benson Stacey Ellingswort

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Totals Opponents

H 1 37 23 31 23 25 31 22 24 17 3 9 1 2 1 0 0

Neutral: 5-11

ABOUT THE WAC

Player AVG GP-GS AB R Kelley Kaneshiro 1.000 1-1 1 0 Jasmine Harris .296 44-43 125 21 Megan McDonald .288 36-34 80 7 Rayna Bradshaw .274 39-38 113 15 Gina Rawls .235 44-41 98 11 Emily Reilly .234 45-44 107 10 Nicole Rupp .220 47-47 141 16 Simone Hubbard .202 44-43 109 8 Aubrie Stroman .183 47-47 131 9 Jeanine Hernandez .181 36-34 94 4 Cami Jones .176 15-4 17 1 Rachel Evans .122 39-31 74 5 Lindsey Benson .111 4-4 9 0 Shasta Tyteca .080 15-8 25 3 Michelle Workman .050 21-7 20 2 Kate Greenough .000 4-2 5 0 Stacey Ellingswort .000 1-0 1 0

Road: 3-15

LOB - Team (115), Opp (138). DPs turned - Team (3), Opp (6). CI - Team (1), Hubbard, S 1. IBB - Team (0), Opp (4). Player Stacey Ellingswort Kate Greenough Lindsey Benson

ERA W-L APP GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R 1.75 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 4.0 5 3 4.22 3-5 11 8 7 0 0 0 56.1 69 42 6.69 0-12 12 12 9 0 0 0 67.0 99 73

ER BB 1 1 34 21 64 42

Totals Opponents

5.44 3-17 1.44 17-3

99 27

20 20 16 20 20 10

0 5

0 1

0 127.1 173 118 2 131.0 101 37

SO 2B 3B HR AB B/Avg WP HBP 1 1 0 0 19 .263 0 0 38 14 3 6 237 .291 3 4 51 24 4 13 295 .336 2 4

64 90 39 44 102 12

7 19 551 3 1 478

.314 .211

5 6

8 9

BK SFA SHA 0 1 0 0 2 2 0 2 7 0 0

5 9 0 14

PB - Team (3), Hubbard, S 3, Opp (2). Pickoffs - Team (1), Hubbard, S 1. SBA/ATT - Hubbard, S (9-10), Benson, L (7-8), Greenough, K (2-2).

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2009 TEAM STATISTICS

WAC RECORDS & HISTORY

THE SCHOOLS

ABOUT THE WAC

Team - All Games

Batting New Mexico State Nevada Hawaii Boise State Louisiana Tech San Jose State Fresno State Utah State Totals Pitching Fresno State Nevada Louisiana Tech Hawaii New Mexico State San Jose State Boise State Utah State Totals Fielding Fresno State Louisiana Tech New Mexico State Nevada Hawaii San Jose State Utah State Boise State Totals

3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT 10 68 314 794 .542 137 27 258 1 .405 6 33 60-68 14 55 288 763 .470 183 44 241 1 .384 14 18 56-68 8 62 227 649 .454 159 50 324 11 .360 8 27 11-22 2 35 221 533 .375 150 40 236 3 .350 5 35 14-20 6 59 209 612 .414 160 17 309 2 .333 6 28 24-33 17 12 163 501 .342 129 24 268 2 .318 11 4 51-66 9 29 187 539 .342 130 42 300 0 .314 8 33 34-37 4 14 97 336 .292 100 31 261 3 .296 5 52 49-63 70 334 1706 4727 .407 1148 275 2197 23 .347 63 230 299-377

ERA W-L G CG SHO CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR AB B/Avg. WP HBP 1.97 38-20 58 42 20 2 2 415.1 292 142 117 135 507 33 11 26 1503 .194 17 22 2.23 40-19 59 38 10 0 2 404.1 356 168 129 118 414 49 7 27 1565 .227 22 22 2.49 34-23 57 26 12 2 4 381.2 358 162 136 159 339 51 2 22 1461 .245 25 17 2.53 30-24 54 37 12 1 0 364.2 326 183 132 75 250 58 7 31 1426 .229 19 25 3.54 33-21 54 21 9 3 2 340.1 359 221 172 140 296 56 5 59 1344 .267 15 32 3.85 19-37 56 20 7 0 4 369.1 437 274 203 155 212 59 8 38 1529 .286 27 32 4.53 22-30 52 26 2 0 2 339.2 475 296 220 114 221 71 10 43 1457 .326 25 34 4.95 10-37 47 35 1 0 1 311.0 410 273 220 148 218 81 15 48 1304 .314 10 22 3.18 226-211 437 245 73 8 17 2926.1 3013 1719 1329 1044 2457 458 65 294 11589 .260 160 206 C 1768 1656 1417 1744 1660 1706 1337 1583 12871

PO A E 1243 470 55 1145 451 60 1021 339 57 1213 457 74 1094 491 75 1108 515 83 933 338 66 1019 476 88 8776 3537 558

FLD% .969 .964 .960 .958 .955 .951 .951 .944 .957

DPs SBA 16 22 17 63 16 30 10 42 12 35 25 37 9 32 26 40 131 301

CSB SBA% 15 .595 18 .778 4 .882 12 .778 7 .833 11 .771 8 .800 14 .741 89 .772

PB 7 8 10 10 4 7 12 9 67

BK 1 0 0 0 1 1 10 0 13

CI 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 3

Team - WAC Games

Batting New Mexico State Nevada Fresno State Hawaii Louisiana Tech San Jose State Boise State Utah State Totals

Avg. G AB .316 20 525 .284 20 581 .281 20 602 .274 21 592 .262 20 539 .244 21 562 .219 20 529 .211 20 478 .262 162 4408

Pitching Nevada Fresno State Hawaii Louisiana Tech New Mexico State San Jose State Utah State Boise State Totals

ERA W-L G 1.41 15-5 20 1.60 15-5 20 2.14 15-6 21 2.36 12-8 20 4.06 11-9 20 4.96 6-15 21 5.44 3-17 20 5.90 4-16 20 3.39 81-81 162

Fielding Fresno State Louisiana Tech Nevada Hawaii Boise State New Mexico State San Jose State Utah State Totals 52

Avg. G AB R H 2B .340 54 1466 329 499 71 .301 59 1623 307 489 81 .269 54 1430 252 384 63 .264 52 1423 245 376 48 .254 57 1479 231 376 47 .249 56 1464 186 365 66 .240 58 1577 213 379 55 .217 47 1150 112 250 36 .269 437 11612 1875 3118 467

C 611 576 634 694 576 511 616 552 4770

R H 2B 106 166 21 97 165 26 100 169 26 104 162 29 86 141 21 70 137 22 71 116 15 37 101 12 671 1157 172

3B HR 4 24 3 22 2 20 3 29 3 27 10 6 1 14 3 1 29 143

RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT 101 267 .509 47 7 93 1 .379 2 12 11-12 91 263 .453 53 16 94 0 .358 3 9 21-25 87 259 .430 36 6 87 0 .326 3 15 8-8 94 284 .480 55 16 142 2 .350 3 11 1-5 76 249 .462 52 4 116 0 .329 3 9 8-9 65 197 .351 43 10 122 1 .307 4 0 19-21 62 175 .331 46 11 90 1 .294 2 10 4-4 30 122 .255 44 9 102 1 .290 0 14 19-26 606 1816 .412 376 79 846 6 .330 20 80 91-110

CG SHO CBO SV IP H 16 5 0 0 144.0 111 13 8 1 2 148.2 110 16 3 0 0 150.2 118 12 2 0 0 136.2 118 7 3 1 0 126.0 136 10 2 0 2 138.1 180 16 0 0 0 127.1 173 7 1 0 1 125.2 211 97 24 2 5 1097.1 1157

PO A E 443 150 18 410 147 19 432 177 25 452 213 29 377 170 29 378 107 26 415 169 32 382 140 30 3289 1273 208

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FLD% .971 .967 .961 .958 .950 .949 .948 .946 .956

R ER BB SO 38 29 30 127 44 34 47 182 57 46 24 85 57 46 56 118 97 73 59 99 124 98 56 75 118 99 64 90 136 106 40 70 671 531 376 846

DPs SBA 4 5 5 16 4 8 5 11 12 12 5 14 12 16 3 9 50 91

CSB SBA% 5 .500 4 .800 2 .800 1 .917 3 .800 1 .933 2 .889 1 .900 19 .827

2B 3B HR AB B/Avg. 13 3 8 544 .204 9 2 12 551 .200 22 4 7 574 .206 20 1 13 518 .228 12 2 33 512 .266 26 5 23 588 .306 39 7 19 551 .314 31 5 28 570 .370 172 29 143 4408 .262 PB 3 4 4 0 6 1 1 3 22

CI 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 2

WP HBP 10 9 3 7 4 10 10 4 4 11 12 12 5 8 2 18 50 79

BK 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 2


2009 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS-ALL Batting Leaders

Batting Average

Player, Team Avg. Amberly Waits, LATECH .488 .429 Hoku Nohara, NMSU Tiare Jennings, NMSU .407 .378 Kandis Jones, NMSU Angie Ortega, NMSU .374 Kylie Randall, NMSU .371 .361 Noelle Micka, NEV Brittany Puzey, NEV .356 Tanisha Milca, UH .349 Britton Murdock, NEV .344

Slugging Percentage Player, Team Amberly Waits, LATECH Tiare Jennings, NMSU Hoku Nohara, NMSU Angie Ortega, NMSU Amanda Tauali’i, UH Brittany Puzey, NEV Tanisha Milca, UH Kathy Cox, BSU Christin Capobianc, BSU Sarah Hunt, NEV

On-Base Percentage Player, Team Amberly Waits, LATECH Hoku Nohara, NMSU Brittany Puzey, NEV Britton Murdock, NEV Tiare Jennings, NMSU

Pct. .934 .779 .747 .741 .738 .655 .618 .572 .568 .556

Pct. .538 .527 .479 .465 .452

W-L App SV 28-11 46 1 30-16 53 2 22-11 43 0 20-7 32 0 2-3 22 3 8-1 19 0 21-13 45 1 11-13 29 1 8-13 38 3 12-8 32 1 7-8 19 0 8-10 23 0 2-7 24 1 13-9 29 0 1-3 6 0

Noelle Micka, NEV Angie Ortega, NMSU Tanisha Milca, UH Christin Capobianc, BSU Ashl Viers-Gordill, BSU

Runs Scored

Player, Team Tiare Jennings, NMSU Brittany Puzey, NEV Noelle Micka, NEV Tanisha Milca, UH Kandis Jones, NMSU Amberly Waits, LATECH Haley Perkins, FS Kathy Cox, BSU Emma Barnes, LATECH Sarah Taylor, SJSU

Hits

Player, Team Amberly Waits, LATECH Noelle Micka, NEV Tiare Jennings, NMSU Haley Perkins, FS Hoku Nohara, NMSU Tanisha Milca, UH Kandis Jones, NMSU Brittany Puzey, NEV Kathy Cox, BSU 2 tied at

.430 .429 .421 .420 .411

No. 55 44 44 43 43 41 40 40 40 37

No. 81 73 70 66 66 65 65 62 59 56

H 81 66 70 65 52 56 73 62 65 55 59 54 66 47 32

IP 251.2 319.1 239.2 170.0 45.1 83.0 225.0 150.0 165.0 151.0 95.2 123.1 78.1 133.2 17.2

2B 17 5 13 8 7 4 12 12 11 7 7 9 9 4 8

H 202 199 175 125 43 71 206 170 192 148 103 149 117 198 23

Runs Batted In

Player, Team Amberly Waits, LATECH Tiare Jennings, NMSU Brittany Puzey, NEV Ashley Maroda, NMSU Hoku Nohara, NMSU Angie Ortega, NMSU Amanda Tauali’i, UH Kathy Cox, BSU Britton Murdock, NEV 4 tied at

Doubles

Player, Team Amberly Waits, LATECH Tiare Jennings, NMSU Sarah Hunt, NEV Haley Gilleland, FS Brittany Puzey, NEV Noelle Micka, NEV Kelli Fangonilo, SJSU Tanisha Milca, UH Danielle Patrick, NEV Ashley Maroda, NMSU

Triples

Player, Team Kym Silagyi, NEV Sarah Taylor, SJSU Amanda Tauali’i, UH Kelli Fangonilo, SJSU Kylie Randall, NMSU

3B 3 1 0 1 1 4 1 2 0 1 0 5 3 0 0

R ER 86 61 96 78 85 61 52 45 14 13 31 24 108 78 83 66 99 73 75 67 58 45 92 66 68 47 116 81 22 11

No. 62 61 46 45 45 43 41 41 40 37

No. 17 13 13 12 12 12 12 11 11 11

No. 8 7 5 5 4

HR 17 14 17 2 14 1 2 12 13 8 11 15 0 11 0

RBI 62 45 61 24 43 14 20 46 36 40 41 41 19 37 19

TB 155 115 134 81 103 71 93 114 115 88 99 118 81 84 40

BB SO 73 237 107 450 48 178 90 211 13 35 19 45 74 213 45 86 47 103 44 177 20 57 45 89 26 44 19 65 2 8

Amberly Waits, LATECH Haley Perkins, FS Kristi Randall, NMSU 4 tied at

Home Runs

Player, Team Tiare Jennings, NMSU Amberly Waits, LATECH Amanda Tauali’i, UH Hoku Nohara, NMSU Angie Ortega, NMSU Tanisha Milca, UH Kylie Bassett, LATECH Brittany Puzey, NEV Kathy Cox, BSU Christin Capobianc, BSU

Total Bases

Player, Team Amberly Waits, LATECH Tiare Jennings, NMSU Amanda Tauali’i, UH Hoku Nohara, NMSU Tanisha Milca, UH Brittany Puzey, NEV Angie Ortega, NMSU Kathy Cox, BSU Noelle Micka, NEV Kylie Bassett, LATECH

3 3 3 2

No. 17 17 15 14 14 13 13 12 11 11

WAC RECORDS & HISTORY

Player, Team ERA Katie Holverson, NEV 1.70 Morgan Melloh, FS 1.71 Stephanie Ricketts, UH 1.78 1.85 Meghan Krieg, LATECH Wanda Malone, LATECH 2.01 Mackenzie Oakes, FS 2.02 Kim Watson, NMSU 2.43 Krissi Oliver, LATECH 3.08 3.10 Amanda Pridmore, SJSU Mallary Darby, NEV 3.11 3.29 Courtney Baughman, UH Kate Greenough, USU 3.75 Mandy Klein, BSU 4.20 4.24 Aubray Zell, BSU Melissa Gonzalez, UH 4.36

R 41 29 55 43 28 34 44 44 43 35 40 29 40 20 11

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Pitching Leaders

GP-GS AB 55-55 166 54-54 154 54-54 172 52-49 172 52-48 139 51-49 151 59-59 202 59-59 174 54-54 186 56-56 160 52-50 173 53-51 160 58-58 200 52-52 148 39-35 101

ABOUT THE WAC

Player, Team Avg. Amberly Waits, LATECH .488 Hoku Nohara, NMSU .429 Tiare Jennings, NMSU .407 Kandis Jones, NMSU .378 Angie Ortega, NMSU .374 Kylie Randall, NMSU .371 Noelle Micka, NEV .361 Brittany Puzey, NEV .356 Tanisha Milca, UH .349 Britton Murdock, NEV .344 Kathy Cox, BSU .341 .338 Amanda Tauali’i, UH Haley Perkins, FS .330 Christin Capobianc, BSU .318 Mallory Bair, SJSU .317

No. 155 134 118 115 115 114 103 99 93 92

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Walks

Player, Team Brittany Puzey, NEV Britton Murdock, NEV Noelle Micka, NEV Ashl Viers-Gordill, BSU Danielle Sheridan, LATECH Kristi Randall, NMSU Christin Capobianc, BSU Hoku Nohara, NMSU Clare Warwick, UH 2 tied at

WAC RECORDS & HISTORY

THE SCHOOLS

Stolen Bases

Player, Team Kylie Randall, NMSU Brittany Puzey, NEV Sarah Taylor, SJSU Haley Gilleland, FS Shaleese Javillo, NMSU Sam Bias, NEV Kelli Fangonilo, SJSU Nicole Rupp, USU Gina Rawls, USU Emily Reilly, USU

No. 32 30 25 24 24 23 23 23 22 20

No. 22 19 18 15 14 13 11 11 10 9

Hits Per Game

Player, Team Avg. Amberly Waits, LATECH 1.47 1.30 Tiare Jennings, NMSU Kandis Jones, NMSU 1.25 1.24 Noelle Micka, NEV Hoku Nohara, NMSU 1.22 Tanisha Milca, UH 1.20 1.14 Haley Perkins, FS Kathy Cox, BSU 1.13 1.10 Kylie Randall, NMSU Brittany Puzey, NEV 1.05

Runs Scored Per Game

Player, Team Avg. Tiare Jennings, NMSU 1.02 .83 Kandis Jones, NMSU Tanisha Milca, UH .80 Kathy Cox, BSU .77 .75 Noelle Micka, NEV Brittany Puzey, NEV .75 .75 Amberly Waits, LATECH Emma Barnes, LATECH .70 Haley Perkins, FS .69 Kristi Randall, NMSU .67

Doubles Per Game

Player, Team Avg. Amberly Waits, LATECH .31 Tiare Jennings, NMSU .24 Sarah Hunt, NEV .22 Kelli Fangonilo, SJSU .21 Haley Gilleland, FS .21 Tanisha Milca, UH .20 Ashley Maroda, NMSU .20 Noelle Micka, NEV .20 Brittany Puzey, NEV .20 Laeha Hill, BSU .20

Triples Per Game

Player, Team Avg. Kym Silagyi, NEV .15 Sarah Taylor, SJSU .13 Amanda Tauali’i, UH .09 Kelli Fangonilo, SJSU .09

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Kylie Randall, NMSU Kristi Randall, NMSU Amberly Waits, LATECH Haley Perkins, FS Simone Hubbard, USU Haley Gilleland, FS

.08 .06 .05 .05 .05 .03

Home Runs Per Game

Player, Team Avg. .31 Tiare Jennings, NMSU Amberly Waits, LATECH .31 Amanda Tauali’i, UH .28 Angie Ortega, NMSU .27 Hoku Nohara, NMSU .26 .24 Tanisha Milca, UH Kylie Bassett, LATECH .24 Kathy Cox, BSU .21 Christin Capobianc, BSU .21 Brittany Puzey, NEV .20

RBIs Per Game

Player, Team Avg. Tiare Jennings, NMSU 1.13 Amberly Waits, LATECH 1.13 .83 Ashley Maroda, NMSU Hoku Nohara, NMSU .83 .83 Angie Ortega, NMSU Kathy Cox, BSU .79 Brittany Puzey, NEV .78 .77 Amanda Tauali’i, UH Britton Murdock, NEV .71 .71 Christin Capobianc, BSU

Player, Team Avg. 1.70 Katie Holverson, NEV Morgan Melloh, FS 1.71 1.78 Stephanie Ricketts, UH Meghan Krieg, LATECH 1.85 Mackenzie Oakes, FS 2.02 2.43 Kim Watson, NMSU Krissi Oliver, LATECH 3.08 3.10 Amanda Pridmore, SJSU Mallary Darby, NEV 3.11 Courtney Baughman, UH 3.29

Opposing Batting Average

Player, Team Avg. .176 Morgan Melloh, FS Stephanie Ricketts, UH .195 Meghan Krieg, LATECH .202 Katie Holverson, NEV .212 Mackenzie Oakes, FS .228 Kim Watson, NMSU .238 Mallary Darby, NEV .247 Courtney Baughman, UH .266 Krissi Oliver, LATECH .281 Amanda Pridmore, SJSU .282

Player, Team Morgan Melloh, FS Katie Holverson, NEV Stephanie Ricketts, UH Kim Watson, NMSU Meghan Krieg, LATECH Amanda Pridmore, SJSU Lindsey Benson, USU Mallary Darby, NEV Krissi Oliver, LATECH Aubray Zell, BSU

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Player, Team Morgan Melloh, FS Katie Holverson, NEV Kim Watson, NMSU Meghan Krieg, LATECH Stephanie Ricketts, UH Mallary Darby, NEV Allie Crump, BSU Lindsey Benson, USU Amanda Pridmore, SJSU Kate Greenough, USU

Wins

Player, Team Morgan Melloh, FS Katie Holverson, NEV Stephanie Ricketts, UH Kim Watson, NMSU Meghan Krieg, LATECH Aubray Zell, BSU Mallary Darby, NEV Krissi Oliver, LATECH 4 tied at

Saves

Player, Team Wanda Malone, LATECH Amanda Pridmore, SJSU Morgan Melloh, FS 9 tied at

Appearances

Earned Run Average

Innings Pitched

Strikeouts

Player, Team Morgan Melloh, FS Katie Holverson, NEV Kim Watson, NMSU Stephanie Ricketts, UH Amanda Pridmore, SJSU Meghan Krieg, LATECH Mallary Darby, NEV Krissi Oliver, LATECH Aubray Zell, BSU 2 tied at

No. 30 28 22 21 20 13 12 11 8

No. 3 3 2 1

No. 53 46 45 43 38 32 32 29 29 28

Strikeouts Per Game

Player, Team Avg. Morgan Melloh, FS 9.86 Meghan Krieg, LATECH 8.69 Mallary Darby, NEV 8.21 Kim Watson, NMSU 6.63 Katie Holverson, NEV 6.59 Allie Crump, BSU 6.14 Vanessa Fitzgerald, NMSU 5.63 Stephanie Ricketts, UH 5.20 Lindsey Benson, USU 5.10 Kate Greenough, USU 5.05

Walks Allowed Per Game No. 319.1 251.2 239.2 225.0 170.0 165.0 153.2 151.0 150.0 133.2

No. 450 237 213 211 178 177 112 112 103 89

Player, Team Avg. Aubray Zell, BSU 1.00 Stephanie Ricketts, UH 1.40 Courtney Baughman, UH 1.46 Mackenzie Oakes, FS 1.60 Amanda Pridmore, SJSU 1.99 Katie Holverson, NEV 2.03 Mallary Darby, NEV 2.04 Krissi Oliver, LATECH 2.10 Kim Watson, NMSU 2.30 Mandy Klein, BSU 2.32

Hits AllowedPer Game

Player, Team Avg. Morgan Melloh, FS 4.36 5.11 Stephanie Ricketts, UH Meghan Krieg, LATECH 5.15 Katie Holverson, NEV 5.62 Mackenzie Oakes, FS 5.99 Kim Watson, NMSU 6.41 6.86 Mallary Darby, NEV Courtney Baughman, UH 7.54 Krissi Oliver, LATECH 7.93 Deanna Mauer, SJSU 8.04

Fielding Percentage Player, Team Ashl Viers-Gordill, BSU Allie Crump, BSU Britton Murdock, NEV Rishelle Gastelum, NMSU Makani Duhaylonsod, UH Michelle Beach, NEV Noelle Micka, NEV Caitlin Stiglich, FS Jessica Kirby, LATECH Aubrie Stroman, USU

Putouts

Player, Team Caitlin Stiglich, FS Amanda Tauali’i, UH Michelle Moses, FS Jessica Kirby, LATECH Kylie Bassett, LATECH Noelle Micka, NEV Kelsey Starr, NEV Hoku Nohara, NMSU Natasha Hawkins, SJSU Aubrie Stroman, USU

Assists

Player, Team Clare Warwick, UH Haley Perkins, FS Sam Bias, NEV Kathy Cox, BSU Danielle Patrick, NEV Morgan Otto, SJSU Kellie Calplan, BSU Nicole Angene, FS Heather Doiron, LATECH Kelli Fangonilo, SJSU

Fielding Double Plays

Player, Team Ashl Viers-Gordill, BSU Julianne Aiello, SJSU Michelle Moses, FS Natasha Hawkins, SJSU Morgan Otto, SJSU Amanda Tauali’i, UH Kylie Bassett, LATECH Kathy Cox, BSU Hoku Nohara, NMSU Tiare Jennings, NMSU

Pct. 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .994 .993 .989 .989

No. 501 431 405 344 331 317 317 307 286 266

No. 134 127 121 121 121 110 109 106 101 98

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Player, Team Avg. .433 Amberly Waits, LATECH Hoku Nohara, NMSU .429 .400 Haley Perkins, FS Angie Ortega, NMSU .400 Brittany Puzey, NEV .373 Danielle Sheridan, LATECH .361 Haley Gilleland, FS .358 Sam Bias, NEV .348 Kanani Pu’u-Warren, UH .340 Kylie Bassett, LATECH .338

Slugging Percentage Player, Team Angie Ortega, NMSU Amberly Waits, LATECH Hoku Nohara, NMSU Audrey Andrade, UH Brittany Puzey, NEV Kylie Bassett, LATECH Amanda Tauali’i, UH Kathy Cox, BSU Kanani Pu’u-Warren, UH Michelle Moses, FS

On-Base Percentage Player, Team Hoku Nohara, NMSU Brittany Puzey, NEV Kanani Pu’u-Warren, UH

Pct. .873 .851 .786 .698 .695 .676 .662 .646 .640 .606

Pct. .529 .500 .500

W-L App SV 2-1 7 0 12-2 16 0 1-0 2 0 11-4 19 2 0-0 1 0 13-4 19 0 8-1 11 0 4-0 7 0 3-3 8 0 10-6 19 0 2-6 9 0 1-6 13 2 1-2 6 0 3-5 11 0 1-7 9 0

Angie Ortega, NMSU Amberly Waits, LATECH Danielle Sheridan, LATECH Haley Perkins, FS Haley Gilleland, FS Noelle Micka, NEV Kristi Randall, NMSU

Runs Scored

Player, Team Haley Perkins, FS Amberly Waits, LATECH Tiare Jennings, NMSU Brittany Puzey, NEV Emma Barnes, LATECH Angie Ortega, NMSU Dara Pagaduan, UH Kanani Pu’u-Warren, UH Tanisha Milca, UH 2 tied at

Hits

Player, Team Haley Perkins, FS Amberly Waits, LATECH Tanisha Milca, UH Haley Gilleland, FS Hoku Nohara, NMSU Noelle Micka, NEV Kylie Bassett, LATECH Sam Bias, NEV 5 tied at

.469 .458 .451 .444 .434 .415 .400

No. 20 17 17 16 16 15 14 14 14 13

No. 30 29 24 24 24 23 23 23 22

H 29 24 30 22 22 8 22 24 23 11 17 23 22 19 23 IP 21.1 104.1 6.0 118.0 4.0 118.1 64.0 29.1 39.2 95.0 49.1 55.0 25.1 56.1 42.2

2B 6 2 5 3 1 1 5 7 4 0 3 3 0 5 3 H 14 73 5 79 5 83 40 26 38 84 62 66 29 69 54

Runs Batted In

Player, Team Angie Ortega, NMSU Kathy Cox, BSU Brittany Puzey, NEV Amberly Waits, LATECH Tiare Jennings, NMSU Caitlin Stiglich, FS Tanisha Milca, UH Michelle Moses, FS 3 tied at

Doubles

Player, Team Haley Gilleland, FS Tanisha Milca, UH Amberly Waits, LATECH Mallory Bair, SJSU Haley Perkins, FS Danielle Sheridan, LATECH Kristi Randall, NMSU Amanda Tauali’i, UH Morgan Otto, SJSU Dara Pagaduan, UH

Triples

Player, Team Kelli Fangonilo, SJSU Sarah Taylor, SJSU Kym Silagyi, NEV Simone Hubbard, USU

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

R ER 2 2 22 16 1 1 32 24 3 1 39 30 19 17 10 8 16 13 50 35 36 27 38 31 17 15 42 34 36 29

No. 21 18 18 18 17 15 14 14 13

No. 7 6 6 6 5 5 5 5 5 5

No. 4 4 3 2

HR 6 6 0 7 6 0 2 0 4 0 4 6 2 1 1

RBI 18 12 11 21 18 4 11 13 12 7 13 11 9 11 5

BB 3 8 6 6 11 3 10 9 2 5 9 2 5 6 11

BB SO 6 14 21 79 0 3 36 163 1 1 20 69 35 79 10 19 9 48 35 84 14 25 14 31 4 13 21 38 12 22

Kristi Randall, NMSU Amanda Tauali’i, UH Amberly Waits, LATECH 10 tied at

Home Runs

Player, Team Angie Ortega, NMSU Hoku Nohara, NMSU Kathy Cox, BSU Amanda Tauali’i, UH Kylie Bassett, LATECH Amberly Waits, LATECH Michelle Moses, FS Brittany Puzey, NEV Audrey Andrade, UH 4 tied at

Total Bases

Player, Team Amberly Waits, LATECH Amanda Tauali’i, UH Angie Ortega, NMSU Kylie Bassett, LATECH Tanisha Milca, UH Hoku Nohara, NMSU Michelle Moses, FS Kathy Cox, BSU Brittany Puzey, NEV Sam Bias, NEV

2 2 2 1

No. 7 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 5

WAC RECORDS & HISTORY

Batting Average

R 17 11 20 15 16 3 12 8 13 1 14 11 12 8 12

THE SCHOOLS

Pitching Leaders Player, Team ERA Wanda Malone, LATECH 0.66 Katie Holverson, NEV 1.07 Melissa Gonzalez, UH 1.17 1.42 Morgan Melloh, FS Stacey Ellingswort, USU 1.75 1.77 Stephanie Ricketts, UH Meghan Krieg, LATECH 1.86 Mackenzie Oakes, FS 1.91 2.29 Mallary Darby, NEV Kim Watson, NMSU 2.58 3.83 Krissi Oliver, LATECH Amanda Pridmore, SJSU 3.95 Courtney Baughman, UH 4.14 4.22 Kate Greenough, USU Elyssa Fox, SJSU 4.76

GP-GS AB 20-20 67 20-20 56 20-20 75 20-20 55 20-20 59 15-8 22 20-20 61 20-20 67 20-20 66 13-11 32 20-19 50 20-20 68 21-20 67 19-19 58 20-20 71

ABOUT THE WAC

Batting Leaders Player, Team Avg. Amberly Waits, LATECH .433 Hoku Nohara, NMSU .429 Haley Perkins, FS .400 Angie Ortega, NMSU .400 Brittany Puzey, NEV .373 Tiffany Autry, NMSU .364 Danielle Sheridan, LATECH .361 Haley Gilleland, FS .358 Sam Bias, NEV .348 Michelle Beach, NEV .344 Kanani Pu’u-Warren, UH .340 Kylie Bassett, LATECH .338 Sarah Taylor, SJSU .328 Kristi Randall, NMSU .328 Noelle Micka, NEV .324

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2009 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS-WAC

WAC RECORDS & HISTORY

THE SCHOOLS

ABOUT THE WAC

Walks

Player, Team Brittany Puzey, NEV Noelle Micka, NEV Jessica Kirby, LATECH Danielle Sheridan, LATECH Ashl Viers-Gordill, BSU Haley Gilleland, FS Kanani Pu’u-Warren, UH Emma Barnes, LATECH 5 tied at

Stolen Bases

Player, Team Brittany Puzey, NEV Sarah Taylor, SJSU Gina Rawls, USU Kylie Randall, NMSU Kelli Fangonilo, SJSU Alyssa Sulay, SJSU Sam Bias, NEV Emily Reilly, USU 5 tied at

No. 11 11 10 10 9 9 9 9 8 No. 8 6 5 5 4 4 4 4 3

Hits Per Game

Player, Team Avg. 1.50 Haley Perkins, FS Amberly Waits, LATECH 1.45 1.20 Haley Gilleland, FS Hoku Nohara, NMSU 1.20 Noelle Micka, NEV 1.15 1.15 Kylie Bassett, LATECH Sam Bias, NEV 1.15 1.14 Tanisha Milca, UH Danielle Sheridan, LATECH 1.10 Brittany Puzey, NEV 1.10

Runs Scored Per Game

Player, Team Avg. Haley Perkins, FS 1.00 .85 Amberly Waits, LATECH Tiare Jennings, NMSU .85 Emma Barnes, LATECH .80 .80 Brittany Puzey, NEV Angie Ortega, NMSU .75 .70 Kanani Pu’u-Warren, UH Tanisha Milca, UH .67 Dara Pagaduan, UH .67 Sam Bias, NEV .65

Doubles Per Game

Player, Team Avg. Haley Gilleland, FS .35 Mallory Bair, SJSU .33 Amberly Waits, LATECH .30 Tanisha Milca, UH .29 Kristi Randall, NMSU .26 Haley Perkins, FS .25 Danielle Sheridan, LATECH .25 Morgan Otto, SJSU .25 Amanda Tauali’i, UH .24 Dara Pagaduan, UH .24

Triples Per Game

Player, Team Avg. Sarah Taylor, SJSU .19 Kelli Fangonilo, SJSU .19 Kym Silagyi, NEV .15 Kristi Randall, NMSU .11 Amberly Waits, LATECH .10 Simone Hubbard, USU .10 Amanda Tauali’i, UH .10 Kylie Randall, NMSU .06 56

Emily Reilly, USU Kelly Sweeney, BSU

.06 .05

Homers Per Game

Player, Team Avg. .35 Angie Ortega, NMSU Audrey Andrade, UH .32 Michelle Moses, FS .30 Kylie Bassett, LATECH .30 Amberly Waits, LATECH .30 .30 Kathy Cox, BSU Brittany Puzey, NEV .30 Hoku Nohara, NMSU .30 Amanda Tauali’i, UH .29 Sarah Hunt, NEV .25

RBIs Per Game

Player, Team Avg. Angie Ortega, NMSU 1.05 Amberly Waits, LATECH .90 Kathy Cox, BSU .90 Brittany Puzey, NEV .90 .85 Tiare Jennings, NMSU Caitlin Stiglich, FS .75 Michelle Moses, FS .70 Tanisha Milca, UH .67 .65 Haley Gilleland, FS Ashley Maroda, NMSU .65

Earned Run Average

Player, Team Avg. Wanda Malone, LATECH 0.66 Katie Holverson, NEV 1.07 1.42 Morgan Melloh, FS Stephanie Ricketts, UH 1.77 1.86 Meghan Krieg, LATECH Mackenzie Oakes, FS 1.91 Mallary Darby, NEV 2.29 2.58 Kim Watson, NMSU Krissi Oliver, LATECH 3.83 3.95 Amanda Pridmore, SJSU

Opposing Batting Average

Player, Team Avg. Meghan Krieg, LATECH .174 .186 Morgan Melloh, FS Stephanie Ricketts, UH .188 .189 Katie Holverson, NEV Wanda Malone, LATECH .192 Mackenzie Oakes, FS .220 Kim Watson, NMSU .226 Mallary Darby, NEV .241 Courtney Baughman, UH .274 Amanda Pridmore, SJSU .288

Innings Pitched

Player, Team Stephanie Ricketts, UH Morgan Melloh, FS Katie Holverson, NEV Kim Watson, NMSU Lindsey Benson, USU Meghan Krieg, LATECH Kate Greenough, USU Amanda Pridmore, SJSU Allie Crump, BSU Krissi Oliver, LATECH

Strikeouts

Player, Team Morgan Melloh, FS Kim Watson, NMSU Katie Holverson, NEV

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No. 118.1 118.0 104.1 95.0 67.0 64.0 56.1 55.0 53.2 49.1 No. 163 84 79

Meghan Krieg, LATECH Stephanie Ricketts, UH Lindsey Benson, USU Mallary Darby, NEV Allie Crump, BSU Kate Greenough, USU Amanda Pridmore, SJSU

Wins

Player, Team Stephanie Ricketts, UH Katie Holverson, NEV Morgan Melloh, FS Kim Watson, NMSU Meghan Krieg, LATECH Mackenzie Oakes, FS Deanna Mauer, SJSU Mallary Darby, NEV Kate Greenough, USU Allie Crump, BSU

Saves

Player, Team Morgan Melloh, FS Amanda Pridmore, SJSU Mandy Klein, BSU

Appearances

Player, Team Morgan Melloh, FS Kim Watson, NMSU Stephanie Ricketts, UH Katie Holverson, NEV Amanda Pridmore, SJSU Allie Crump, BSU Lindsey Benson, USU 4 tied at

79 69 51 48 38 38 31 No. 13 12 11 10 8 4 4 3 3 3 No. 2 2 1 No. 19 19 19 16 13 12 12 11

Strikeouts Per Game

Player, Team Avg. 9.67 Morgan Melloh, FS Meghan Krieg, LATECH 8.64 8.47 Mallary Darby, NEV Kim Watson, NMSU 6.19 Lindsey Benson, USU 5.33 5.30 Katie Holverson, NEV Allie Crump, BSU 4.96 4.72 Kate Greenough, USU Wanda Malone, LATECH 4.59 Mackenzie Oakes, FS 4.53

Walks Allowed Per Game

Player, Team Avg. Aubray Zell, BSU .88 Courtney Baughman, UH 1.11 Stephanie Ricketts, UH 1.18 Katie Holverson, NEV 1.41 Mallary Darby, NEV 1.59 Mandy Klein, BSU 1.73 Amanda Pridmore, SJSU 1.78 Elyssa Fox, SJSU 1.97 Wanda Malone, LATECH 1.97 Krissi Oliver, LATECH 1.99

Hits Allowed Per Game

Player, Team Avg. Meghan Krieg, LATECH 4.38 Wanda Malone, LATECH 4.59 Morgan Melloh, FS 4.69 Katie Holverson, NEV 4.90 Stephanie Ricketts, UH 4.91 Kim Watson, NMSU 6.19 Mackenzie Oakes, FS 6.20

Mallary Darby, NEV Courtney Baughman, UH Amanda Pridmore, SJSU

6.71 8.01 8.40

Runs Allowed Per Game

Player, Team Avg. Wanda Malone, LATECH .66 1.48 Katie Holverson, NEV Morgan Melloh, FS 1.90 Meghan Krieg, LATECH 2.08 Stephanie Ricketts, UH 2.31 Mackenzie Oakes, FS 2.39 2.82 Mallary Darby, NEV Kim Watson, NMSU 3.68 Courtney Baughman, UH 4.70 Amanda Pridmore, SJSU 4.84

Fielding Percentage Player, Team Ashl Viers-Gordill, BSU Sam Bias, NEV Kandis Jones, NMSU Emma Barnes, LATECH Britton Murdock, NEV Angie Ortega, NMSU Allie Crump, BSU Ursula Lopez, SJSU Alexis Lujan, FS Jody Badorine, FS

Putouts

Player, Team Amanda Tauali’i, UH Caitlin Stiglich, FS Kelsey Starr, NEV Michelle Moses, FS Jessica Kirby, LATECH Kylie Bassett, LATECH Ashl Viers-Gordill, BSU Aubrie Stroman, USU Hoku Nohara, NMSU Noelle Micka, NEV

Assists

Player, Team Danielle Patrick, NEV Dara Pagaduan, UH Kellie Calplan, BSU Clare Warwick, UH Sam Bias, NEV Jeanine Hernandez, USU Morgan Otto, SJSU Haley Gilleland, FS 3 tied at

Fielding Double Plays

Player, Team Ashl Viers-Gordill, BSU Julianne Aiello, SJSU Mallory Bair, SJSU Morgan Otto, SJSU Kellie Calplan, BSU Amanda Tauali’i, UH Tiare Jennings, NMSU 6 tied at

Pct. 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000

No. 196 183 141 136 125 118 111 109 108 105

No. 54 52 51 50 49 42 40 39 36

No. 9 7 7 6 5 5 4 3


WAC RECORDS Most Total Bases 452 Hawai‘i, 1998

Individual

Highest Batting Average .535 Nina Lindenberg, Fresno State, 1996

Most Stolen Bases Colorado State, 1997 50

Most At Bats 127 Tia Morenz, Hawai‘i, 1998

Most Walks 78 CS Sacramento, 1995

Most Runs Becky Witt, Fresno State, 1998 40

Most Strikeouts 175 Southern Utah, 1995

Most Hits Tia Morenz, Hawai‘i, 1998 53

Opponents Struck Out 182 Fresno State, 2009

Most Triples 6 Valeri Quintero, San Jose, 1997

Most Innings Pitched 235.1 Hawai‘i, 1998

Most Home Runs 10 Christina Clark, Fresno State, 2004 Most Stolen Bases 24 Sandy Rhea, Utah, 1997

In 2007, the Bob Coolen-led Rainbow Wahine broke the WAC record for batting average (.380) and home runs (30).

Most Strikeouts 28 Kellie Culligan, Southern Utah, 1995 Most Runs Batted In 43 Nina Lindenberg, Fresno State, 1998 Most Runs Allowed 103 Tresa Green, Tulsa, 1997

Most Walks Allowed 56 Kristy Byrge, New Mexico, 1995

Most Losses 27 Southern Utah, 1996 27 Tulsa, 1997

Most Opponents Struck Out 163 Morgan Melloh, Fresno State, 2009

Best Record 28-2 Fresno State, 1998

Most Innings Pitched 150 Maureen Brady, Fresno State, 1994

Worst Record 1-27 Southern Utah, 1996

Best Earned Run Average 0.00 Amanda Scott, Fresno State, 2000

Team

Highest Batting Average .380 Hawai‘i, 2007

WAC RECORDS & HISTORY

Most Walks 32 Julie Crandall, UNLV, 1998

Miscellaneous

Most Wins 28 Fresno State, 1998

THE SCHOOLS

Most Runs Batted In 168 Hawai‘i, 1998

Most Doubles 15 Nina Lindenberg, Fresno State, 1996

ABOUT THE WAC

Most Home Runs 30 Hawai‘i, 2007

Single-Season Records (WAC Games Only)

Best Fielding Average .983 Fresno State, 2006 Best Earned Run Average 0.47 Fresno State, 2000 Most At Bats 970 Hawai‘i, 1998 Most Runs 203 Hawai‘i, 1998 Most Hits 341 Hawai‘i, 1998 Most Doubles 51 Fresno State, 1997

Hawai’i’s Tia Morenz owns the WAC single-season records for at bats (127) and hits (53) in WAC games.

Most Triples 14 San Jose State, 1997

Fresno State’s Nina Lindenberg, a three-time AllAmerican, owns the WAC single-season record in batting average (.508), doubles (29), doubles per game (0.47), RBI (77) and RBI per game (1.22). www.wacsports.com

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WAC RECORDS

WAC RECORDS & HISTORY

THE SCHOOLS

ABOUT THE WAC

Most Home Runs 3 Amanda Tauali‘i, UH vs. NEV, 2009 Christina Clark, FS vs. Hawai‘i, 2004 Most Stolen Bases 5 Sandy Rhea, UU vs. SJSU, 1998 Most Walks 4 Christina Clark, FS vs. NMSU, 2006 Nina Lindenberg, FS vs. UU, 1997 Most Strikeouts Alissa Murphy, SJSU vs. NEV, 2009 4 Dara Pagaduan, UH vs. FS, 2009 Amber Miles, LTU vs. FS, 2002 Shameika Cofer, LTU vs. FS, 2002 Monica Martell, PSU vs. LMU, 2000 Stephanie Norton, CSU vs. Sac. St., 1996 Most Runs Batted In 8 Brittany McConnell, SJSU vs. NMSU, 2008 Fresno State’s Christina Clark hit three home runs against Nevada in 2004 to set the WAC single-game record.

Single-Game Records

(WAC Games Only)

Individual

Most At Bats 8 Haley Perskin, FS, 2009 Trisha Ramos, UH, 2001 Marissa Smith, PSU, 2001 Most Runs 4 Stephanie Herrera, NMSU, vs. LTUU, 2008 Christina Clark, FS, vs. NEV, 2005 Courtney Lewis, SJSU, vs. LTUU, 2005 Jamie Southern, FS vs. NEV, 2004 Amanda Scott, FS vs. SJSU, 1999 Tia Morenz, UH vs. UNM, 1997 Sarah Fredstrom, CSU vs. SUU, 1996 Scia Maumausolo, CSN vs. SDSU, 1995 Laura Berg, FS vs. Sac. St., 1994

Most Runs Allowed 19 Janet Lewis, SUU vs. CSN, 1994

Most Opponents Struck Out 22 Fresno State vs. Tulsa, 2002 Most Innings Pitched 18 Fresno State vs. Louisiana Tech, 2002 Most Runs, One Inning 11 Hawai‘i vs. San Jose State, 2007 Hawai‘i vs. UNLV, 1997

Miscellaneous

Most Double Plays 3 San Jose State vs. Louisiana Tech, 2009 Utah State vs. San Jose State, 2008 New Mexico State vs. Nevada, 2008 Utah State vs. New Mexico State, 2007 Fresno State vs. New Mexico State, 2006 San Jose State vs. Nevada, 2006 New Mexico vs. Colorado State, 1994 Fresno State vs. New Mexico, 1993 Portland State vs. Tulsa, 2001 Most Runs, Both Teams Utah 17, New Mexico 7, 1995 24

Most Opponents Struck Out 22 Jamie Southern, FS vs. LTU, 2002

Largest Winning Margin 20 Hawai‘i 20, San Jose State 0, 2007

Most Innings Pitched 18 Jamie Southern, FS vs. LTU, 2002 Lindsey Meadows, LTU vs. FS, 2002

Team

Most at Bats 70 Fresno State vs. Louisiana Tech, 2002 Most Runs 20 Hawai‘i vs. San Jose State, 2007 Most Hits 24 Hawai‘i vs. San Jose State, 2007

Most Doubles Rochelle Sandberg, LTU vs. NMSU, 2006 3 Sarah Fredstrom, CSU vs. SJSU, 1997 Amy ReCouper, CSU vs. UNM, 1996 Missy Cress, CSN vs. SUU, 1993

Most Triples 4 San Jose State vs. Tulsa, 1997

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Most Runs Batted In 18 Colorado State vs. Tulsa, 1997

Most Walks Allowed 8 Ali Andrus-Sagas, UU vs. FS, 1997 Erin Bennett, CSU vs. Sac. State, 1996

Most Hits 5 Brittany Lorenzen, UN vs. LTUU, 2006 Joyce Lum, UH vs. SDSU, 1998 Nina Lindenberg, FS vs. CSU, 1996 Amber Wall, FS vs. Sac. State, 1996

Most Triples 2 Kristen Hunter, FS vs. TU, 2000 Nina Lindenberg, FS vs. UH, 1997 Sarah Fredstrom, CSU vs. SUU, 1996

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Fewest Hits Allowed 0 Several Players

Most Strikeouts 22 Tulsa vs. Fresno State, 2002

Most Doubles 10 CS Northridge vs. New Mexico, 1996

Most Home Runs 6 Louisiana Tech vs. NM State, 2009 Fresno State vs. Nevada, 2004 Most Stolen Bases 7 San Jose State vs. Louisiana Tech, 2005 Most Walks 11 San Jose State vs. Utah State, 2008

Hawai‘i, led by Brandi Peiler, set a WAC record with 20 runs and 24 hits against San Jose State in 2007.


YEARLY LEADERS

At Bats 1991 Creighton 1992 Colorado State 1993 Fresno State 1994 Utah 1995 Fresno State 1996 Fresno State 1997 Fresno State 1998 Fresno State 1999 Fresno State 2000 Fresno State 2001 Hawai‘i 2002 Fresno State 2003 Tulsa 2004 Nevada 2005 Louisiana Tech 2006 Nevada 2007 Fresno State 2008 Fresno State 2009 Nevada Runs 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995

New Mexico Colorado State CS Northridge Utah Fresno State

.341 .306 .400 .446 .392 .435 .436 .468 .428 .379 .381 .392 .402 .419 .428 .439 .502 .458 .542 1755 1587 1682 1803 1891 1703 1930 1770 2004 1772 1692 1924 1695 1825 1643 1741 1751 1865 1623 186 200 221 341 294

310 376 374 358 241 236 258 229 269 264 274 375 326 329

Hits 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Creighton Colorado State Fresno State Utah Fresno State Fresno State Fresno State Fresno State Fresno State Fresno State Hawai‘i Fresno State Hawai‘i Fresno State San Jose State Nevada Hawai‘i Fresno State New Mexico State

426 412 465 595 599 550 630 601 608 475 483 475 455 492 447 453 532 556 499

Doubles 1991 Creighton 1992 Colorado State 1993 Fresno State New Mexico 1994 CS Northridge 1995 Fresno State 1996 Fresno State 1997 Fresno State 1998 Hawai‘i 1999 Fresno State 2000 Loyola Marymount 2001 Hawai‘i 2002 Tulsa 2003 Nevada Tulsa 2004 Nevada 2005 Tulsa 2006 Nevada 2007 Fresno State 2008 Nevada 2009 Nevada Triples 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002

Creighton Colorado State Fresno State Fresno State Fresno State Utah Colorado State San Jose State Utah Colorado State Fresno State Loyola Marymount Tulsa

53 44 47 47 74 59 88 100 65 88 64 74 71 74 74 87 76 90 79 100 81 15 10 17 17 28 19 23 23 25 21 13 8 14

2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Nevada Nevada San Jose State Fresno State Louisiana Tech San Jose State Louisiana Tech San Jose State

Home Runs 1991 Utah 1992 New Mexico 1993 CS Northridge 1994 CS Northridge 1995 CS Northridge 1996 CS Northridge 1997 UNLV 1998 Fresno State 1999 UNLV 2000 Hawai‘i San Jose State 2001 Hawai‘i 2002 Loyola Marymounnt 2003 Hawai‘i 2004 Fresno State 2005 Fresno State 2006 Hawai‘i 2007 Hawai‘i 2008 Hawai‘i 2009 New Mexico State

11 16 21 13 13 7 16 17 17 8 40 38 29 39 31 44 38 26 26 25 42 40 50 43 42 84 48 68

Runs Batted In 1991 New Mexico 1992 Colorado State 1993 Fresno State 1994 Utah 1995 Fresno State 1996 Fresno State 1997 Fresno State 1998 Fresno State 1999 Fresno State 2000 Fresno State 2001 Hawai‘i 2002 Tulsa 2003 Fresno State 2004 Nevada 2005 Fresno State 2006 Fresno State 2007 Hawai‘i 2008 Fresno State 2009 New Mexico State

144 166 197 275 249 267 336 326 315 210 201 213 201 236 229 252 342 291 314

Stolen Bases 1991 New Mexico 1992 New Mexico 1993 Utah San Diego State 1994 Utah 1995 Utah 1996 Utah 1997 Colorado State 1998 Utah San Diego State 1999 New Mexico 2000 Loyola Marymount 2001 San Jose State 2002 Tulsa 2003 Louisiana Tech Tulsa 2004 Louisiana Tech 2005 Hawai‘i 2006 New Mexico State 2007 Utah State

98 72 56 56 92 84 78 105 69 69 79 97 60 90 51 51 65 74 41 63

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New Mexico State New Mexico State

60 60

Earned Run Average 1991 Creighton 1992 Utah 1993 CS Northridge 1994 CS Northridge 1995 CS Sacramento 1996 Fresno State 1997 Fresno State 1998 Fresno State 1999 Fresno State 2000 Fresno State 2001 Fresno State 2002 Fresno State 2003 Freso State 2004 Tulsa 2005 Fresno State 2006 Fresno State 2007 Fresno State 2008 Fresno State 2009 Fresno State

1.02 1.13 1.00 0.47 0.76 1.00 1.18 1.36 0.51 0.62 1.22 0.90 1.34 1.35 1.43 2.01 1.87 1.61 1.97

Innings Pitched 1991 Creighton 1992 Colorado State 1993 Fresno State 1994 Fresno State 1995 Fresno State 1996 Fresno State 1997 Fresno State 1998 Fresno State 1999 Fresno State 2000 Fresno State 2001 San Jose State 2002 Fresno State 2003 Tulsa 2004 Fresno State 2005 Louisiana Tech 2006 Nevada 2007 Hawai‘i 2008 Fresno State 2009 Fresno State

484.1 390.1 432.0 442.1 472.1 421.1 461.0 408.0 508.0 466.1 451.2 524.0 448.2 463.2 414.0 439.0 431.1 466.0 415.1

Strikeouts Pitched 1991 Utah 1992 Colorado State 1993 Fresno State 1994 Utah 1995 CS Sacramento 1996 CS Sacramento 1997 Colorado State 1998 Fresno State 1999 Fresno State 2000 Fresno State 2001 Hawai‘i 2002 Fresno State 2003 Fresno State 2004 Fresno State 2005 Fresno State 2006 Fresno State 2007 Fresno State 2008 Fresno State 2009 Fresno State

181 283 347 341 400 356 349 339 545 458 333 490 405 318 393 469 438 514 507

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Slugging Percentage 1991 Utah 1992 Utah 1993 CS Northridge 1994 CS Northridge 1995 Fresno State 1996 Fresno State 1997 Fresno State 1998 Fresno State 1999 New Mexico 2000 Hawai‘i 2001 Hawai‘i 2002 Hawai‘i 2003 Hawai‘i 2004 Tulsa 2005 Fresno State 2006 Hawai‘i 2007 Hawai‘i 2008 Nevada 2009 New Mexico State

.259 .260 .276 .330 .317 .323 .326 340 .303 .272 .286 .271 .279 .280 .286 .298 .308 .311 .340

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Batting Average 1991 Utah 1992 Colorado State 1993 Fresno State 1994 Utah 1995 Fresno State 1996 Fresno State 1997 Fresno State 1998 Fresno State 1999 Fresno State 2000 Hawai‘i 2001 Hawai‘i 2002 Hawai‘i 2003 Hawai‘i 2004 Tulsa 2005 Hawai‘i 2006 Fresno State 2007 Hawai‘i 2008 Nevada 2009 New Mexico State

1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

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YEARLY LEADERS Wins 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Creighton Colorado State CS Northridge CS Northridge Fresno State Fresno State Fresno State Fresno State Fresno State Fresno State Hawai‘i Fresno State Hawai‘i Fresno State Fresno State Fresno State Hawai‘i Fresno State Nevada

Fielding Percentage 1991 San Diego State 1992 New Mexico 1993 CS Northridge 1994 CS Sacramento 1995 CS Northridge 1996 CS Sacramento 1997 Fresno State 1998 Fresno State 1999 Fresno State 2000 Fresno State 2001 Fresno State 2002 Fresno State 2003 Fresno State 2004 Tulsa 2005 Tulsa 2006 Fresno State Hawai‘i 2007 Fresno State 2008 Fresno State 2009 Fresno State

38 33 48 52 50 51 55 52 64 54 46 50 40 48 43 37 50 54 40 .972 .962 .972 .966 .965 .971 .964 .969 .971 .973 .970 .977 .969 .960 .975 .970 .970 .975 .975 .969

Individual Leaders All Games Batting Average 1991 Charmelle Green, UU 1992 Heather Medearis, UNM 1993 Denise Johnson, SUU 1994 Amy Timmel, UU 1995 Scia Maumausolo, CSN 1996 Nina Lindenberg, FS 1997 Kim Rondina, UNLV 1998 Laura Berg, FS 1999 Danielle Cassara, UNM Holly Schmillen, CSU 2000 Dana Degen, UH 2001 Becky Witt, FS 2002 Kate Judd, UH 2003 Stacey Porter, UH 2004 Christina Clark, FS 2005 Tyleen Tausaga, UH 2006 Christina Clark, FS 2007 Tyleen Tausaga, UH 2008 Noelle Micka, NEV 2009 Amberly Waits, LTU

.381 .316 .405 .468 .482 .508 .445 .458 .405 .405 .401 .396 .354 .479 .396 .391 .430 .402 .399 .488

Slugging Percentage 1991 Charmelle Green, UU .632 1992 Heather Medearis, UNM .412 1993 Kim Maher, FS .674

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Shannon Jones, CSN Scia Maumausolo, CSN Nina Lindenberg, FS Kim Rondina, UNLV Nina Lindenberg, FS Holly Schmillen, CSU Dana Degen, UH Stacey Porter, UH Stacey Porter, UH Stacey Porter, UH Christina Clark, FS Christina Clark, FS Christina Clark, FS Kate Robinson, UH Kate Robinson, UH Amberly Waits, LTU

.749 .848 .897 .941 .773 .817 .620 .549 .622 .940 .802 .731 .739 .733 .745 .934

At Bats 1991 Kelly Brookhart, CU 211 1992 Tina Trujillo, CSU 191 1993 Donna McDaniel, FS 204 1994 Laura Berg, FS 238 238 1995 Laura Berg, FS 1996 Erika Blanco, FS 203 1997 Laura Berg, FS 245 1998 Laura Berg, FS 236 236 1999 Becky Witt, FS 2000 Lovie Jung, FS 223 210 2001 Natalie Gonzales, UH 2002 Tiffany Whipple, FS 236 2003 Tracie Uchima, UH 208 222 2004 Christina Clark, FS 2005 Courtney Lewis, SJSU 205 212 2006 Kymberly Silagyi, NEV 2007 Stephanie Herrera, NMSU 215 2008 Emma Barnes, LTU 226 202 2009 Noelle Micka, NEV Runs 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

4 Players Tina Trujillo, CSU Kim Maher, FS Amy Timmel, UU Laura Berg, FS Nina Lindenberg, FS Laura Berg, FS Laura Berg, FS Becky Witt, FS Becky Witt, FS Becky Witt, FS Christy Cerecedes, LMU Stacey Porter, UH Christina Clark, FS Christina Clark, FS Christina Clark, FS Haley Perkins, FS Haley Perkins, FS Tiare Jennings, NMSU

27 36 44 55 62 61 69 72 61 43 50 40 56 63 55 56 62 48 55

Hits 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003

Kelly Brookhart, CU Tina Trujillo, CSU Kim Maher, FS Amy Timmel, UU Robyn Yorke, FS Nina Lindenberg, FS Laura Berg, FS Laura Berg, FS Angela Cervantez, FS Becky Witt, FS Becky Witt, FS Christy Cerecedes, LMU Stacey Porter, UH

70 58 72 102 114 99 104 108 87 84 76 73 80

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Christina Clark, FS Courtney Lewis, SJSU Christina Clark, FS Haley Perkins, FS Noelle Micka, NEV Amberly Waits, LTU

Doubles 1991 Kelly Brookhart, CU 1992 Jennifer Roberts, CSU 1993 Kim Meyer, CSS 1994 Shannon Jones, CSN 1995 Sarah Fredstrom, CSU 1996 Nina Lindenberg, FS 1997 Amanda Scott, FS Sarah Fredstrom, CSU 1998 Kehau Cofran, UH Kara Kanney, SJSU 1999 Angela Cervantez, FS 2000 Laura Eckley, LMU Lovie Jung, FS 2001 Kiauna Anderson, PSU 2002 Lindsay Fossatti, FS 2003 Stacey Porter, UH 2004 Jiliane Hartfiel, NEV 2005 Ashley Bennet, UTEP 2006 Christina Clark, FS 2007 Brittany Puzey, NEV 2008 Noelle Micka, NEV 2009 Amberly Waits, LTU Triples 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

88 78 71 82 83 81 15 10 12 17 15 29 19 19 14 14 26 14 14 17 15 18 18 17 19 18 18 17

3 Players 5 Terri Bailey, UNM 4 Shannon Pouelsen, SDSU 5 Jennifer Henry, FS 5 Amy Timmel, UU 7 Laura Berg, FS 11 Amber Wall, FS 5 Valeri Quintero, SJSU 10 Nina Lindenberg, FS 8 Holly Schmillen, CSU 12 Kiauna Anderson, PSU 5 Laura Eckley, LMU 3 Stephanie Sliepen, TU 4 Shameika Cofer, LTU 4 Stacey Mueller, NEV 5 Jiliane Hartfiel, NEV 6 Jana Arde, SJSU 6

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7 10 8

Home Runs 1991 Deb DiMeglio, UU 7 1992 Deb DiMeglio, UU 5 1993 Kim Maher, FS 14 15 1994 Michelle Bolt, FS 1995 Scia Maumausolo, CSN 15 1996 Scia Maumausolo, CSN 17 1997 Kim Rondina, UNLV 15 1998 Amanda Scott, FS 14 1999 Rachael Goodpaster, UNLV 14 2000 Kara Kanney, SJSU 11 2001 Kate Judd, UH 8 2002 Stacey Porter, UH 15 2003 Stacey Porter, UH 17 23 2004 Christina Clark, FS 2005 Christina Clark, FS 16 2006 Tyleen Tausaga, UH 10 Ashley Cameron, LTU 10 2007 Kate Robinson, UH 19 21 2008 Kate Robinson, UH 17 2009 Amberly Waits, LTU Tiare Jennings, NMSU 17 Runs Batted In 1991 Charmelle Green, UU Teri Klement, CSU 1992 Julie Clancy, SDSU 1993 Beth Calcante, CSN 1994 Kim Maher, FS 1995 Scia Maumausolo, CSN 1996 Nina Lindenberg, FS 1997 Sarah Fredstrom, CSU 1998 Nina Lindenberg, FS 1999 Angela Cervantez, FS 2000 Angela Cervantez, FS 2001 Lindsay Fossatti, FS 2002 Stacey Porter, UH 2003 Christina Clark, FS 2004 Christina Clark, FS 2005 Christina Clark, FS 2006 Brittany Puzey, NEV Ashley Roszkos, NMSU 2007 Kate Robinson, UH 2008 Kate Robinson, UH 2009 Amberly Waits, LTU

33 33 30 51 64 47 60 66 77 73 48 33 47 46 56 42 39 39 71 56 62

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Innings Pitched 1991 Kelly Brookhart, CU 263.2 1992 Karen McCormick, SDSU 219.1 1993 Tami Blunt, CSS 266.2 1994 Maureen Brady, FS 321.0 285.0 1995 Maureen Brady, FS 1996 Jennifer Richardson, CSN 220.0 1997 Nikki Johnson, CSU 260.1 1998 Brandi Isgar, UNLV 221.0 1999 Sarah Farnworth, Utah 242.0 2000 Amanda Scott, FS 276.0 2001 Morgan Seibert, PSU 234.0 2002 Jamie Southern, FS 351.2 2003 Melissa Coogan, UH 281.0 2004 Jamie Southern, FS 259.0 2005 Carol Forbes, SJSU 183.1 2006 Jordan McPherson, NEV 283.1 2007 Robin Mackin, FS 311.1 2008 Morgan Melloh, FS 360.2 2009 Morgan Melloh, FS 319.1 Strikeouts 1991 Janet Womack, UU 1992 Dena Mullins, UNM 1993 Tami Blunt, CSS 1994 Ali Andrus, UU 1995 Susie Bugliarello, CSS 1996 Susie Bugliarello, CSS 1997 Nikki Johnson, CSU

150 181 284 270 221 218 271

Amanda Scott, FS Amanda Scott, FS Amanda Scott, FS Morgan Seibert, PSU Jamie Southern, FS Jamie Southern, FS Jamie Southern, FS Jamie Southern, FS Robin Mackin, FS Robin Mackin, FS Morgan Melloh, FS Morgan Melloh, FS

Wins 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Janet Womack, UU Stephanie Smith, UNM Dena Mullins, UNM Dena Mullins, UNM Maureen Brady, FS Maureen Brady, FS Tara Glaister, CSN Nikki Johnson, CSU Amanda Scott, FS Amanda Scott, FS Amanda Scott, FS Felicity Witt, UH Jamie Southern, FS Melissa Coogan, UH Jamie Southern, FS Jamie Southern, FS Robin Mackin, FS Robin Mackin, FS Morgan Melloh, FS Morgan Melloh, FS

180 231 314 215 400 322 299 282 402 369 454 450 22 22 20 25 36 29 22 33 25 29 33 22 33 32 30 28 28 36 42 30

Team Leaders WAC Games Batting Average 1991 New Mexico 1992 New Mexico 1993 CS Northridge 1994 CS Northridge 1995 Fresno State 1996 Utah 1997 Colorado State 1998 Hawai‘i 1999 New Mexico 2000 Fresno State 2001 Hawai‘i 2002 Hawai‘i 2003 Fresno State 2004 Fresno State 2005 Hawai‘i 2006 Fresno State 2007 Hawai‘i 2008 Nevada 2009 New Mexico State

.381 .276 .309 .360 .311 .330 .319 .346 .321 .316 .297 .288 .319 .299 .313 .299 .380 .336 .316

Slugging Percentage 1991 New Mexico 1992 New Mexico 1993 CS Northridge 1994 CS Northridge 1995 Utah 1996 Utah 1997 Utah 1998 Hawai‘i 1999 New Mexico 2000 Fresno State 2001 Hawai‘i 2002 Hawai‘i

.381 .364 .474 .498 .383 .492 .441 .468 .442 .442 .409 .419

2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Fresno State Fresno State Fresno State Fresno State Hawai‘i Nevada New Mexico State

.431 .476 .470 .463 .628 .526 .509

At Bats 1991 Southern Utah 1992 Southern Utah 1993 Fresno State 1994 Utah 1995 Colorado State 1996 San Diego State 1997 Fresno State 1998 Hawai‘i 1999 Fresno State 2000 Hawai‘i 2001 Hawai‘i 2002 Fresno State 2003 Hawai‘i 2004 Fresno State 2005 Fresno State 2006 Nevada 2007 Hawai‘i 2008 San Jose State 2009 Fresno State

278 280 669 770 748 773 907 864 665 552 569 731 554 672 487 485 508 524 602

Runs 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Utah Utah CS Northridge CS Northridge Utah Utah Colorado State Fresno State Fresno State Fresno State Hawai‘i Hawai‘i Fresno State Fresno State Fresno State Louisiana Tech Hawai‘i Nevada New Mexico State

45 30 109 144 122 157 167 195 135 79 78 91 99 109 95 75 148 107 106

Hits 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

New Mexico Utah Fresno State CS Northridge Utah Fresno State Fresno State Colorado State Hawai‘i Fresno State Fresno State Hawai‘i Hawai‘i Hawai‘i Hawai‘i Fresno State Fresno State Hawai‘i Hawai‘i Nevada Fresno State

76 71 184 184 255 225 232 284 299 207 150 150 169 196 166 201 152 138 193 175 169

Doubles 1991 Utah San Diego State 1992 New Mexico 1993 CS Northridge 1994 CS Northridge 1995 CS Sacramento 1996 Fresno State 1997 Fresno State 1998 Hawai‘i New Mexico 1999 Fresno State New Mexico 2000 San Jose State 2001 Hawai‘i 2002 Hawai‘i 2003 Nevada 2004 Fresno State 2005 Tulsa 2006 Louisiana Tech 2007 Hawai‘i 2008 Nevada 2009 Hawai’i

11 11 12 25 36 30 45 51 45 45 38 38 27 22 30 22 35 30 25 30 40 29

Triples 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

6 4 8 8 9 12 14 13 9 5 3 4 4 6 6 5 3 4 4 10

Southern Utah Southern Utah CS Northridge Fresno State Fresno State Utah San Jose State Utah Colorado State Fresno State Tulsa Hawai‘i Louisiana Tech San Jose State Hawai‘i Louisiana Tech Hawai‘i Nevada New Mexico State San Jose State

Home Runs 1991 New Mexico 1992 Utah 1993 CS Northridge 1994 CS Northridge 1995 CS Northridge 1996 Utah 1997 Utah 1998 Fresno State 1999 UNLV 2000 Hawai‘i San Jose State 2001 Hawai‘i 2002 Loyola Marymount 2003 Hawai‘i 2004 Fresno State 2005 Fresno State 2006 Hawai‘i 2007 Hawai‘i 2008 Nevada 2009 Hawai’i

4 3 19 15 16 16 13 17 9 11 11 14 17 15 26 18 14 30 17 29

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0.64 0.90 0.87 0.36 0.59 0.63 0.81 0.79 0.24 0.41 1.17 0.44 0.64 0.54 0.46 1.54 1.37 1.28 1.70

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Earned Run Average 1991 Karen McCormick, SDSU 1992 Janet Womack, UU 1993 Tami Blunt, CSS 1994 Amy Windmiller, CSN 1995 Susie Bugliarello, CSS 1996 Kim Peck, FS 1997 Kim Peck, FS 1998 Amanda Scott, FS 1999 Amanda Scott, FS 2000 Amanda Scott, FS 2001 Lori Hoffman, FS 2002 Jamie Southern, FS 2003 Jamie Southern, FS 2004 Jamie Southern, FS 2005 Jamie Southern, FS 2006 Robin Mackin, FS 2007 Robin Mackin, FS 2008 Morgan Melloh, FS 2009 Katie Holverson, NEV

29 28 20 33 23 27 46 34 39 32 31 30 17 29 27 12 12 22 23 12 22

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Stolen Bases 1991 Tiffany Strnad, CU 1992 Julie Garcia, UNM 1993 Jennifer Hambly, SDSU 1994 Amy Timmel, UU 1995 Sandy Rhea, UU 1996 Sandy Rhea, UU 1997 Sandy Rhea, UU 1998 Sandy Rhea, UU 1999 Cayley Warner, UNM 2000 Anna Trauernicht, LMU 2001 Anna Trauernicht, LMU 2002 Brittany Stanley, LTU 2003 Brittany Stanley, LTU 2004 Amber Miles, LTU 2005 Stacey Walkingstick, TU 2006 Emma Barnes, LTU Stephanie Herrera, NMSU 2007 Emma Barnes, LTU 2008 Haley Gilleland, FS Stephanie Herrera, NMSU 2009 Kylie Randall, NMSU

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Runs Batted In 1991 Utah 1992 Utah 1993 CS Northridge 1994 CS Northridge 1995 Utah 1996 Utah 1997 Fresno State 1998 Fresno State 1999 Fresno State 2000 Fresno State 2001 Hawai‘i 2002 Hawai‘i 2003 Fresno State 2004 Fresno State 2005 Fresno State 2006 Louisiana Tech 2007 Hawai‘i 2008 Nevada 2009 New Mexico State

36 26 89 119 98 139 144 163 114 70 68 82 88 98 82 70 140 101 101

Stolen Bases 1991 New Mexico 1992 Utah San Diego State Creighton 1993 Utah 1994 Utah 1995 Utah 1996 San Diego State 1997 Colorado State 1998 San Diego State 1999 San Diego State New Mexico 2000 Loyola Marymount 2001 San Jose State 2002 Tulsa 2003 Hawai‘i 2004 Louisiana Tech 2005 Hawai‘i 2006 New Mexico State 2007 Utah State 2008 Nevada 2009 Nevada

10 10 10 10 38 47 46 30 50 38 21 21 25 13 23 18 30 31 24 18 20 21

Earned Run Average 1991 Utah 1992 San Diego State 1993 CS Sacramento 1994 CS Northridge 1995 CS Sacramento 1996 Fresno State 1997 Fresno State 1998 Fresno State 1999 Fresno State 2000 Fresno State 2001 Fresno State 2002 Fresno State 2003 Fresno State Hawai‘i 2004 Tulsa 2005 Fresno State 2006 Fresno State 2007 Hawai‘i 2008 Fresno State 2009 Nevada

1.24 0.82 0.72 0.48 0.78 0.72 0.95 1.44 0.66 0.47 0.68 0.72 1.19 1.19 1.57 0.63 1.30 1.74 1.33 1.41

Innings Pitched 1991 San Diego State 1992 Utah

76.0 75.0

1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

New Mexico Utah CS Northridge CS Northridge Colorado State San Diego State Fresno State Loyola Marymount Hawai‘i Fresno State Hawai‘i Nevada San Jose State Nevada New Mexico State Nevada Hawai’i

Strikeouts 1991 Utah 1992 New Mexico 1993 CS Sacramento 1994 Utah 1995 CS Sacramento 1996 CS Sacramento 1997 Utah 1998 Fresno State 1999 Fresno State 2000 Fresno State 2001 Hawai‘i 2002 Fresno State 2003 Fresno State 2004 Fresno State 2005 Fresno State 2006 Fresno State 2007 Hawai‘i 2008 Fresno State 2009 Fresno State Wins 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

173.0 194.0 201.0 203.2 219.0 215.1 185.1 144.1 140.2 193.1 141.0 170.0 123.2 122.0 124.0 128.0 150.2

31 43 134 151 177 159 170 163 175 128 93 159 125 130 144 143 120 136 182

Utah Utah CS Northridge Utah CS Northridge Fresno State Colorado State Fresno State Fresno State Fresno State Hawai‘i Fresno State Hawai‘i Fresno State Fresno State Fresno State Hawai‘i Nevada Fresno State Hawai’i Nevada

8 9 20 22 22 24 26 28 24 16 16 18 17 20 17 12 16 16 15 15 15

Fielding Percentage 1991 N/A 1992 Creighton 1993 CS Northridge 1994 CS Sacramento 1995 CS Northridge 1996 CS Sacramento 1997 Fresno State

.982 .972 .966 .975 .971 .969

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Fresno State Fresno State San Jose State San Jose State Fresno State Fresno State Tulsa Tulsa Fresno State Hawai‘i Fresno State Fresno State

.977 .974 .979 .973 .976 .966 .977 .978 .983 .976 .975 .971

Individual Leaders WAC Games Batting Average 1991 Sue Campbell, SDSU 1992 Stephanie Smith, UNM 1993 Tamara Ivie, CSN 1994 Robyn Yorke, FS 1995 Scia Maumausolo, CSN 1996 Nina Lindenberg, FS 1997 Kim Rondina, UNLV 1998 Laura Berg, FS 1999 Angela Cervantez, FS 2000 Becky Witt, FS 2001 Anna Trauernicht, LMU 2002 Kate Judd, UH 2003 Stacey Porter, UH 2004 Bridget Broadnax, LTU 2005 Tara Harbert, UH 2006 Christina Clark, FS 2007 Kelsey Starr, NEV 2008 Vanessa Briones, NEV 2009 Amberly Waits, LTU

.448 .360 .387 .500 .494 .535 .525 .448 .466 .500 .417 .414 .458 .400 .486 .500 .457 .429 .433

Slugging Percentage 1991 Charmelle Green, UU 1992 Julie Garcia, UNM 1993 Beth Calcante, CSN 1994 Shannon Jones, CSN 1995 Scia Maumausolo, CSN 1996 Nina Lindenberg, FS 1997 Kim Rondina, UNLV 1998 Nina Lindenberg, FS 1999 Sunny Smith, UU 2000 Kim Bentley, SJSU

.625 .538 .773 .803 .909 .942 1.033 .763 .763 .623

2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Kate Judd, UH Stacey Porter, UH Stacey Porter, UH Christina Clark, FS Christina Clark, FS Christina Clark, FS Kate Robinson, UH Vanessa Briones, NEV Angie Ortega, NMSU

.793 .722 1.017 .864 .842 1.000 .964 .755 .873

At Bats 1991 Kelly Brookhart, CU 33 1992 Amy Timmel, UU 39 1993 Amy Timmel, UU 85 1994 Laura Berg, FS 95 1995 Casey Coffman, UNM 98 1996 Kelley Santa Cruz, SDSU 94 1997 Laura Berg, FS 118 1998 Laura Berg, FS 116 1999 Amanda Scott, FS 80 Rachael Goodpaster, UNLV 80 2000 Melissa McGie, UH 71 2001 Natalie Gonzales, UH 73 2002 Elisa Barrios, SJSU 94 2003 Tracie Uchima, UH 72 2004 Tracie Uchima, UH 87 2005 Courtney Lewis, SJSU 61 Jamie Southern, FS 61 2006 Valana Manuma, UH 62 2007 Clare Warwick, UH 65 2008 Noelle Micka, NEV 65 Sarah Taylor, SJSU 65 2009 Tanisha Milca, UH 77 Runs 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001

Charmelle Green, UU 3 Players Terri Pearson, CSN Kim Maher, FS Laura Berg, FS Tammy Beer, UU Jennifer Buford, CSU Becky Witt, FS Becky Witt, FS Amanda Scott, FS Jessica Guerrero, PSU Lovie Jung, FS Stacey Porter, UH

8 6 19 25 22 28 31 40 22 22 13 13 14

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Hits 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Sue Campbell, SDSU Kelly Brookhart, CU Amy Timmel, UU 3 Players Amy Timmel, UU Robyn Yorke, FS Nina Lindenberg, FS Tia Morenz, UH Laura Berg, FS Angela Cervantez, FS Becky Witt, FS Natalie Gonzales, UH Natalie Gonzales, UH Tracie Uchima, UH Jamie Southern, FS Denise Dahlberg, UH Tyeeen Tausaga, UH Haley Perkins, FS Kaulana Gould, UH Noelle Micka, NEV Haley Perkins, FS

13 13 13 27 46 41 46 48 52 34 28 28 32 27 32 24 22 26 25 22 30

Doubles 1991 4 Players 4 1992 3 Players 3 1993 Kim Meyer, CSS 7 Michelle Bolt, FS 7 1994 Shannon Jones, CSN 11 1995 Sarah Fredstrom, CSU 10 1996 Nina Lindenberg, FS 15 1997 Jackie Van Hooydonk, UNM 12 1998 Dana Degen, UH 10 Joyce Lum, UH 10 1999 Angela Cervantez, FS 10 2000 4 Players 5 2001 Kate Judd, UH 7 2002 Linday Fossatti, FS 6 2003 Chrisina Clark, FS 9 2004 Carrie Mackey, NEV 7 2005 Rochelle Sandberg, LTU 6 Lindsey Tower, TU 6 2006 Christina Clark, FS 6 Candice Rainwater, NEV 6 2007 5 Players 5 2008 Regan Clark, LTU 7 2009 Haley Gilleland, FS 7 Triples 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000

Heather Hobbs, SUU Joni Reynolds, SUU Beth Calcante, CSN Amy Timmel, UU Laura Berg, FS Sandy Rhea, UU Sarah Fredstrom, CSU Sarah Fredstrom, CSU Jenny Monson, UU Nina Lindenberg, FS Holly Schmillen, CSU Kristen Hunter, FS

4 2 3 4 5 3 3 5 4 4 5 4

2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Laura Eckley, LMU Veronica Ramos, SJSU Stacey Porter, UH Stacey Porter, UH Amber Miles, LTU Mizi Ing, FS Jiliane Hartfiel, NEV Courtney Lewis, SJSU Denise Dahlberg, UH Sara Dyer, TU Kaulana Gould, UH Courtney Lewis, SJSU Emma Barnes, LTU 9 Players Amberly Waits, LTU Kelly Fangonilo, SJSU Sarah Taylor, SJSU

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

Home Runs 1991 Several Players 1 1992 Several Players 1 1993 Beth Calcante, CSN 7 1994 Michelle Bolt, FS 6 1995 Cyndee Bennett, UU 8 Scia Maumausolo, CSN 8 1996 Cyndee Bennett, UU 6 Nina Lindenberg, FS 6 Scia Maumausolo, CSN 6 1997 Kim Rondina, UNLV 6 1998 Raven Coberg, UNLV 8 1999 Rachael Goodpaster, UNLV 7 2000 Four Players 4 2001 Kate Judd, UH 6 2002 Stacey Porter, UH 7 2003 Stacey Porter, UH 9 2004 Christina Clark, FS 10 2005 Christina Clark, FS 7 2006 Christina Clark, FS 4 Brandi Peiler, UH 4 Amanda Winkley, SJSU 4 Sara Fleming, USU 4 2007 Kate Robinson, UH 9 2008 5 Players 5 2009 Angie Ortega, NMSU 7 Runs Batted In 1991 Deb DiMeglio, UU 1992 Julie Clancy, SDSU 1993 Beth Calcante, CSN 1994 Kim Maher, FS 1995 Cyndee Bennett, UU 1996 Cyndee Bennett, UU 1997 Dana Degan, UH 1998 Nina Lindenberg, FS 1999 Angela Cervantez, FS 2000 Angela Cervantez, FS 2001 Kate Judd, UH 2002 Stacey Porter, UH 2003 Christina Clark, FS 2004 Christina Clark, FS 2005 Christina Clark, FS 2006 Stacey Lien, NMSU 2007 Kate Robinson, UH 2008 Brittany McConnell, SJSU 2009 Angie Ortega, NMSU Stolen Bases 1991 N/A 1992 Amy Timmel, UU 1993 Amy Timmel, UU

10 7 30 33 29 30 33 43 28 19 16 22 21 20 18 14 33 20 21

5 8

1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Amy Timmel, UU Tammy Beer, UU Sandy Rhea, UU Sandy Rhea, UU Sandy Rhea, UU Sandy Rhea, UU Tami Simpson, SDSU Anna Trauernicht, LMU Jessie Smith, TU Anna Trauernicht, LMU Brittany Stanley, LTU Jessie Smith, TU Marie Jackson, UH Amber Miles, LTU Stacey Walkingstick, TU Stephanie Herrera, NMSU Liz Perez, SJSU Stephanie Herrera, NMSU Brittany Puzey, NEV

20 12 12 10 24 19 14 8 8 6 11 11 5 15 9 10 8 8 8

Earned Run Average 1991 Lisa Perettie, SDSU 0.21 1992 Dena Mullins, UNM 0.19 1993 Marnie Hill, UNM 0.55 1994 Jennifer Richardson, CSN 0.18 1995 Susie Bugliarello, CSS 0.59 1996 Lindsay Parker, FS 0.48 1997 Amanda Scott, FS 0.36 1998 Amanda Scott, FS 0.66 1999 Amanda Scott, FS 0.33 2000 Amanda Scott, FS 0.00 2001 Lori Hoffman, FS 0.29 2002 Jamie Southern, FS 0.45 2003 Jamie Southern, FS 0.49 2004 Jamie Southern, FS 0.75 2005 Jamie Southern, FS 0.16 2006 Merryann Barr, FS 0.93 2007 Kate Robinson, UH 1.15 2008 Morgan Melloh, FS 1.14 2009 Wanda Malone, LTU 0.66

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

Amanda Scott, FS Kelly Gentle, UH Amanda Scott, FS Jenny Magill, TU Jamie Southern, FS Jamie Southern, FS Jamie Southern, FS Jamie Southern, FS Robin Mackin, FS Robin Mackin, FS Morgan Melloh, FS Morgan Melloh, FS

Wins 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Janet Womack, UU Janet Womack, UU Tami Blunt, CSS Kathy Blake, CSN Ali Andrus, UU Ali Andrus, UU Kathy Blake-Small, CSN Tara Glaister, CSU Nikki Johnson, CSU Amanda Scott, FS Kelly Gentle, UH Amanda Scott, FS Desiree Duran Jamie Southern, FS Melissa Coogan, UH Jamie Southern, FS Jamie Southern, FS Robin Mackin, FS Courtney Lewis, SJSU Robin Mackin, FS Morgan Melloh, FS Stephanie Ricketts, UH

87 93 85 64 137 106 80 118 117 84 133 163

6 7 11 11 18 12 12 11 15 15 13 9 9 11 14 11 13 8 8 11 12 13

Innings Pitched 1991 Janet Womack, UU 51.7 1992 Janet Womack, UU 57.1 1993 Dena Mullins, UNM 124.0 1994 Maureen Brady, FS 150.0 1995 Kathy Blake-Small, CSN 116.0 1996 Nikki Johnson, CSU 110.0 1997 Nikki Johnson, CSU 129.0 1998 Sarah Farnworth, UU 135.1 1999 Kelly Gentle, UH 108.1 2000 Desiree Duran, UH 80.1 2001 Jenny Magill, TU 82.1 2002 Jamie Southern, FS 125.2 2003 Melissa Coogan, UH 102.1 2004 Carol Forbes, SJSU 106.0 2005 Carol Forbes, SJSU 109.2 2006 Jordan McPherson, NEV 84.0 2007 Krissi Oliver, LTU 85.2 2008 Morgan Melloh, FS 111.0 2009 Stephanie Ricketts, UH 118.1 Strikeouts 1991 Janet Womack, UU 1992 Dena Mullins, UNM 1993 Tami Blunt, CSS 1994 Ali Andrus, UU 1995 Susie Bugliarello, CSS 1996 Susie Bugliarello, CSS 1997 Ali Andrus-Sagas, UU

25 34 114 131 101 100 113

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Kate Judd, UH Christina Clark, FS Christina Clark, FS Christina Clark, FS Christina Clark, FS Clare Warwick, UH Brittany Puzey, NEV Haley Perkins, FS

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2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Fresno State’s Morgan Melloh has led the WAC in strikeouts in each of her two years.

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Tracy Stowe, SDSU, 1991-92 Lisa Hashimoto, UU, 1997-99 Maya Garcia, SJSU, 1997-99 Beth Calcante, CSN, 1993-94

43 41 40 40

Bases on Balls 1. Christina Clark, FS, 2003-06 114 2. Lindsay Fossatti, FS, 99-02 111 3. Angela Cervantez, FS, 1997-00 97 4. Katie Torres, TU, 2003-05 93 5. Scia Maumausolo, CSN, 1993-96 92 6. Kylie Randall, NMSU, 2006-09 91 7. Brittany Puzey, NEV, 2006-09 86 8. Sandy Rhea, UU, 1995-99 85 9. Amanda Scott, FS, 1997-00 80 Nina Lindenberg, FS, 1996-98 80 Fresno State’s Amanda Scott ranks in the top 10 in 14 career statistical categories. Games Played 1. Amanda Scott, FS, 1997-00 2. Laura Berg, FS, 1994-95, 97-98 3. Randi Berg, FS, 1994-97 4. Angela Cervantez, FS, 1997-00 5. Jamie Southern, FS, 2002-05 6. Jenifer Henry, FS, 1993-96 7. Lori Hoffman, FS, 2001-04 8. Jo Pini, FS, 1993-96 9. Brittany Puzey, NEV, 2006-09 10. Mitzi Ing, FS, 2001-04 At Bats 1. Laura Berg, FS, 1994-95, 97-98 2. Becky Witt, FS, 1998-01 3. Amanda Scott, FS, 1997-00 4. Robyn Yorke, FS, 1994-97 5. Jamie Southern, FS 2001-05 6. Lori Hoffman, FS, 2001-04 7. Haley Perkins, FS, 2006-09 8. Emma Barnes, LTU, 2006-09 9. Randi Berg, FS, 1994-97 10. Jenifer Henry, FS, 1993-96 Runs 1. Laura Berg, FS, 1994-95, 97-98 2. Christina Clark, FS 2003-06 3. Becky Witt, FS, 1998- 01 4. Haley Perkins, FS, 2006-09 Robyn Yorke, FS, 1994-97 6. Sandy Rhea, UU, 1995-98 7. Nina Lindenberg, FS, 1994-98 8. Jennifer Buford, CSU, 1995-98 9. Clare Warwick, UH, 2006-09 10. Emma Barnes, LTU, 2006-09 Hits 1. Laura Berg, FS, 1994-95, 97-98 2. Robyn Yorke, FS, 1994-97 3. Becky Witt, FS, 1998-01 4. Christina Clark, FS, 2003-06 5. Haley Perkins, FS, 2006-09 6. Nina Lindenberg, FS, 1996-98 7. Cyndee Bennett, UU, 1994-97 8. Amanda Scott, FS, 1997-00 Scia Maumausolo, CSN, 1993-96 10. Sandy Rhea, UU, 1995-98 Doubles 1. Christina Clark, FS, 2003-06 2. Angela Cervantez, FS, 1997-00 3. Brittany Puzey, NEV, 2006-09 Nina Lindenberg, FS, 1996-98 5. Sarah Fredstrom, CSU, 1995-98

277 266 263 258 253 251 250 249 245 244 957 866 849 820 808 790 789 768 762 752 245 228 224 189 189 177 169 166 160 152 396 357 331 296 283 269 260 257 257 256 57 55 54 54 51

6. Amanda Scott, FS, 1997-00 46 7. Regan Clark, LTU, 44 Sandy Rhea, UU, 1995-98 44 9. Cyndee Bennett, UU, 1994-97 43 10. Kylie Randall, NMSU, 2006-09 42 Kate Judd, UH, 2000-03 42 Veronica Ramos, SJSU, 2000-03 42 Triples 1. Laura Berg, FS, 1994-95, 97-98 25 2. Sandy Rhea, UU, 1995-98 19 Nina Lindenberg, FS, 1996-98 19 4. Holly Schmillen, CSU, 1998-99 18 5. Amberly Waits, LTU, 2007-present 17 6. Sarah Fredstrom, CSU, 1995-98 15 7. Sarah Taylor, SJSU, 2006-present 14 Kym Silagyi, NEV, 2006-09 14 9. Courtney Lewis, SJSU, 2003-06 13 10. Christina Clark, FS, 2003-06 12 Jenifer Henry, FS, 1993-96 12 Home Runs 1. Christina Clark, FS, 2003-06 2. Scia Maumausolo, CSN, 1993-96 3. Kate Robinson, UH, 2005-08 4. Stacey Porter, UH, 2001-03 5. Cyndee Bennett, UU, 1994-97 6. Nina Lindenberg, FS, 1996-98 7. Tanisha Milca, UH, 2006-09 Brittany Puzey, NEV, 2006-09 9. Tyleen Tausaga, UH, 2004-07 10. Ashley Cameron, LTU, 2004-07 Sarah Fredstrom, CSU, 1995-98 Runs Batted In 1. Amanda Scott, FS, 1997-00 2. Nina Lindenberg, FS, 1996-98 3. Sarah Fredstrom, CSU, 1995-98 4. Christina Clark, FS, 2003-06 5. Cyndee Bennett, UU, 1994-97 6. Angela Cervantez, FS, 1997-00 7. Brittany Puzey, NEV, 2006-09 8. Scia Maumausolo, CSN, 1993-96 9. Tyleen Tausaga, UH, 2004-07 10. Kate Robinson, UH, 2005-08

212 201 183 176 175 174 166 163 156 149

S acrifice Hits 1. Stacey Walkingstick, TU, 2002-05 2. Vanessa Czarnecki, FS, 3. Tyree Woodruff, UH, 1997-01 4. Tammy Beer, UU, 1993-96 5. Michelle Morga, SJSU, 1997-99 Jo Pini, FS, 1993-96 7. Stacie Reynolds, UU, 1993-96

80 72 65 60 55 55 54

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Stolen Bases 1. Sandy Rhea, UU, 1995-98 130 2. Brittany Stanley, LTU, 2002-05 90 3. Amber Miles, LTU, 2002-05 89 4. Jennifer Buford, CSU, 1995-98 81 5. Jackie Van Hooydonk, UNM, 1995-97 71 6. Jessie Smith, TU, 1999-2002 70 7. Amy Timmel, UU, 1991-94 69 8. Stacey Walkingstick, TU, 2002-05 65 9. Emma Barnes, LTU, 2006-09 60 10. Kelley Santa Cruz, SDSU, 1996-98 59 Batting Average 1. Nina Lindenberg, FS, 1996-98 .440 2. Robyn Yorke, FS, 1994-97 .435 3. Laura Berg, FS, 1994-95, 97-98 .414 4. Kim Maher, FS, 1993-94 .401 5. Christina Clark, FS, 2003-06 .397 6. Tia Morenz, UH, 1997-98 .390 7. Becky Witt, FS, 1998-01 .382 8. Noelle Micka, NEV, 2008-present .380 Amberly Waits, LTU, 2007-present .380 10. Alyson Carter, CSU, 1997-99 .379 Scia Maumausolo, CSN, 1993-96 .379 Total Bases 1. Christina Clark, FS, 2003-06 563 2. Laura Berg, FS, 1994-95, 97-98 500 3. Nina Lindenberg, FS, 1996-98 469 4. Scia Maumausolo, CSN, 1993-96 443 5. Cyndee Bennett, UU, 1994-97 430 6. Sarah Fredstrom, CSU, 1995-98 429 7. Amanda Scott, FS, 1997-00 404 8. Brittany Puzey, NEV, 2006-09 389 9. Jamie Southern, FS, 2002-05 387 10. Robyn Yorke, FS, 1994-97 380 Slugging Percentage 1. Nina Lindenberg, FS, 1996-98 .768 2. Christina Clark, FS, 2003-06 .756 3. Holly Schmillen, CSU, 1998-99 .686 Kim Maher, FS, 1993-94 .686 5. Amberly Waits, LTU, 2007-present .661 6. Scia Maumausolo, CSN, 1993-96 .653 7. Sarah Fredstrom, CSU, 1995-98 .625 8. Kate Robinson, UH, 2005-08 .618 9. Cyndee Bennett, UU, 1994-97 .613 10. Hoku Nohara, NMSU, 2008-present .583 Shannon Jones, CSN, 1993-94 .583 Victories 1. Jamie Southern, FS, 2002-05 118 2. Amanda Scott, FS, 1997-00 106 3. Ali Andrus-Sagas, UU, 1994-97 89 4. Maureen Brady, FS, 1993-95 75 5. Morgan Melloh, FS, 2008-present 72

6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Melissa Coogan, UH, 2002-05 Carol Forbes, SJSU, 2002-05 Lindsay Parker, FS, 1996-99 Kelly Gentle, UH, 1996-99 Kim Watson, NMSU, 2006-09 Nikki Johnson, CSU, 1995-97

71 68 67 66 65 65

Saves 1. Jamie Southern, FS, 2002-05 11 2. Amanda Scott, FS, 1997-00 10 3. Maren Genow, TU, 2003-05 9 4. Carol Forbes, SJSU, 2002-05 8 5. Katie Holverson, NEV, 2007-present 7 Courtney Lewis, SJSU, 2003-06 7 Kelly Gentle, UH, 1996-99 7 8. Jenny Magill, TU, 1999-02 6 Sabrina Quintero, SJSU, 1997-01 6 10. Robin Mackin, FS, 2005-07 5 Maureen Brady, FS, 1993-95 5 Nikki Johnson, CSU, 1995-97 5 Lindsey Meadows, LTU, 2002-05 5 Innings Pitched 1. Jamie Southern, FS, 2002-05 1088.2 2. Carol Forbes, SJSU, 2002-05 935.1 3. Ali Andrus-Sagas, UU, 1994-97 891.2 4. Amanda Scott, FS, 1997-00 871.0 5. Jordan McPherson, NEV, 2005-08 795.2 6. Krissi Oliver, LTU, 2006-09 779.2 7. Melissa Coogan, 2002-05 775.0 8. Kim Watson, NMSU, 2006-09 728.0 9. Tami Blunt, CSS, 1993-96 709.1 10. Maureen Brady, FS, 1993-95 707.1 ERA 0.51 1. Jamie Southern, FS, 2002-05 2. Amanda Scott, FS, 1997-00 0.55 3. Amy Windmiller, CSN, 1993-94 0.69 4. Kristen Hunter, FS, 1999-00 0.78 5. Kathy Blake-Small, CSN, 1993-95 0.82 6. Janet Womack, UU, 1991-92 0.83 7. Maureen Brady, FS, 1993-95 0.99 8. Dena Mullins, UNM, 1992-93 1.03 9. Lindsay Parker, FS, 1996-97 1.06 10. Susie Bugliarello, CSS, 1994-96 1.10 Strikeouts 1. Jamie Southern, FS, 2002-05 1321 2. Morgan Melloh, FS, 2008-present 904 Amanda Scott, FS, 1997-00 851 3. Ali Andrus-Sagas, UU, 1994-97 809 4. Robin Mackin, FS, 2005-07 771 Kim Watson, NMSU, 2006-09 667 5. Tami Blunt, CSS, 1993-96 650 6. Carol Forbes, SJSU, 2002-05 644 7. Susie Bugliarello, CSS, 1994-96 636 8. Jordan McPherson, NEV, 2005-08 598 Morgan Seibert, PSU, 00-02 585 9. Nikki Johnson, CSU, 1995-97 493 10. Lindsey Meadows, LTU, 2002-05 474 Strikeouts Per 7 Innings 1. Morgan Melloh, FS, 2008-present 9.31 2. Robin Mackin, FS, 2005-07 9.20 3. Meghan Krieg, LTU, 2008-present 8.67 4. Jamie Southern, FS, 2002-05 8.49 5. Susie Bugliarello, CSS, 1994-96 8.23 6. Julie Fennell, TU, 2004-05 7.29 7. Amy Windmiller, CSN, 1993-94 6.98 8. Amanda Scott, FS, 1997-00 6.84 9. Justine Smethurst, UH, 2006-07 6.71 10. Morgan Seibert, PSU, 00-02 6.61


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.941 .940 .934 .897 .848 .820 .817 .802 .779 .773

At Bats 1. Laura Bergs, FS, 1997 2. Robyn Yorke, FS, 1997 3. Laura Berg, FS, 1994 Laura Berg, FS, 1995 5. Robyn Yorke, FS, 1995 6. Laura Berg, FS, 1998 7. Emma Barnes, LTU, 2008 Amanda Scott, FS, 1999 9. Tia Morenz, UH, 1997 Christina Clark, FS, 2004

245 241 238 238 237 236 226 226 222 222

Base Hits 1. Robyn Yorke, FS, 1995 2. Laura Berg, FS, 1998 3. Laura Berg, FS, 1997 4. Amy Timmel, UU, 1994 Robyn Yorke, FS, 1997 6. Laura Berg, FS, 1995 7. Nina Lindenberg, FS, 1996 8. Nina Lindenberg, FS, 1998 9. Christina Clark, FS, 2004 10. Becky Witt, FS, 1999 Tia Morenz, UH, 1997 Robyn Yorke, FS, 1994

114 108 104 102 102 101 99 89 88 87 87 87

Base Hits Per Game 1. Laura Berg, FS, 1998 2. Amy Timmel, UU, 1994 3. Robyn Yorke, FS, 1995 4. Nina Lindenberg, FS, 1996 5. Robyn Yorke, FS, 1997 6. Laura Berg, FS, 1997 7. Amberly Waits, LTU, 2009 8. Laura Berg, FS, 1995 9. Nina Lindenberg, FS, 1998 10. Tia Morenz, UH, 1997

1.71 1.67 1.65 1.60 1.52 1.51 1.47 1.46 1.41 1.40

Doubles 1. Nina Lindenberg, FS, 1996 2. Angela Cervantez, FS, 1999 3. Casey Coffman, UNM, 1996 4. Christina Clark, FS, 2006 Amanda Scott, FS, 1997 Sarah Fredstrom, CSU, 1997 7. Noelle Micka, NEV, 2008 Stacey Porter, UH, 2003

29 26 21 19 19 19 18 18

Triples Per Game 1. Holly Schmillen, CSU, 1999 0.29 2. Valeri Quintero, SJSU, 1997 0.16 Heather Hobbs, SUU, 1991 0.16 Laura Berg, FS, 1995 0.16 5. Kym Silagyi, NEV, 2009 0.15 Amberly Waits, LTU, 2008 0.15 7. Emma Barnes, LT, 2006 0.14 Jackie Van Hooydonk, UNM, 1997 0.14 9. Sarah Taylor, SJSU, 2009 0.13 Nina Lindenberg, FS, 1998 0.13 Kelli Groomer, SUU, 1991 0.13 Home Runs 1. Christina Clark, FS, 2004 23 2. Kate Robinson, UH, 2008 21 3. Kate Robinson, UH, 2007 19 4. Amberly Waits, LTU, 2009 17 Tiare Jennings, NMSU, 2009 17 Stacey Porter, UH, 2003 17 Scia Maumausolo, CSN, 1996 17 8. Christina Clark, FS, 2005 16 9. Amanda Tauali’i, UH, 2009 15 Michelle Bolt, FS, 1994 15 Scia Maumausolo, CSN, 1995 15 Kim Rondina, UNLV, 1997 15 Stacey Porter, UH, 2002 15 Christina Clark, FS, 2003 15 Katie Torres, TU, 2004 15 Tyleen Tausaga, UH, 2007 15 Home Runs Per Game 1. Kate Robinson, UH, 2008 0.34 Christina Clark, FS, 2004 0.34 3. Amberly Waits, LTU, 2009 0.31

6. 7. 10.

Tiare Jennings, NMSU, 2009 0.31 Kim Rondina, UNLV, 1997 0.31 Kate Robinson, UH, 2007 0.30 Christina Clark, 2005 0.29 Rachael Goodpaster, UNLV, 1999 0.29 Scia Maumausolo, CSN, 1996 0.29 Stacey Porter, UH, 2003 0.28

8. Susie Bugliarello, CSS, 1995 9. Kristen Hunter, FS, 1999 Ali Andrus, UU, 1994 Victories 1. Morgan Melloh, FS, 2008 2. Maureen Brady, FS, 1994 Robin Mackin, FS, 2007 4. Amanda Scott, FS, 2000 Runs Batted In 1. Nina Lindenberg, FS, 1998 77 Nikki Johnson, CSU, 1997 2. Angela Cervantez, FS, 1999 73 Jamie Southern, FS, 2002 3. Amanda Scott, FS, 1998 72 7. Ali Andrus, UU, 1994 4. Kate Robinson, UH, 2007 71 Melissa Coogan, UH, 2003 5. Sarah Fredstrom, CSU, 1997 66 9. Morgan Melloh, FS, 2009 6. Kim Maher, FS, 1994 64 Jamie Southern, FS, 2003 Nina Lindenberg, FS, 1997 64 8. Amberly Waits, LTU, 2009 62 Strikeouts 9. Tiare Jennings, NMSU, 2009 61 1. Morgan Melloh, FS, 2008 10. Nina Lindenberg, FS, 1996 60 2. Morgan Melloh, FS, 2009 3. Robin Mackin, FS, 2006 Runs Batted In Per Game 4. Jamie Southern, FS, 2002 1. Nina Lindenberg, FS, 1998 1.22 5. Robin Mackin, FS, 2007 2. Amanda Scott, FS, 1998 1.14 6. Jamie Southern, FS, 2003 3. Amberly Waits, LTU, 2009 1.13 7. Amanda Scott, FS, 2000 Tiare Jennings, NMSU, 2009 1.13 8. Jamie Southern, FS, 2004 Kate Robinson, UH, 2007 1.13 9. Tami Blunt, CSS, 1993 6. Sarah Fredstrom, CSU, 1997 1.02 10. Jamie Southern, FS, 2005 7. Michelle Bolt, FS, 1994 1.00 8. Angela Cervantez, FS, 1999 0.99 Strikeouts Per Seven Innings 9. Kim Maher, FS, 1994 0.98 1. Robin Mackin, 2006 Sarah Fredstrom, CSU, 1996 0.98 2. Morgan Melloh, FS, 2009 3. Jamie Southern, 2005 Stolen Bases 4. Jamie Southern, FS, 2003 1. Sandy Rhea, UU, 1997 46 5. Morgan Melloh, FS, 2008 2. Jackie Van Hooydonk, UNM, 1997 40 6. Lindsay Parker, FS, 1999 3. Cayley Warner, UNM, 1999 39 7. Meghan Krieg, LTU, 2009 4. Sandy Rhea, UU, 1998 34 Meghan Krieg, LTU, 2008 5. Amy Timmel, UU, 1994 33 9. Susie Bugliarello, CSS, 1996 6. Anna Trauernicht, LMU, 2000 32 10. Robin Mackin, 2007 Gina Punaro, SDSU, 1997 32 8. Jennifer Buford, CSU, 1997 31 Innings Pitched Anna Trauernicht, LMU, 2001 31 1. Morgan Melloh, FS, 2008 10. Amber Solano, CSU, 1997 30 2. Jamie Southern, FS, 2002 3. Maureen Brady, FS, 1994 Earned Run Average 4. Morgan Melloh, FS, 2009 1. Amanda Scott, FS, 1999 0.24 5. Robin Mackin, FS, 2007 2. Amy Windmiller, CSN, 1994 0.36 6. Ali Andrus, UU, 1994 3. Amanda Scott, FS, 2000 0.41 7. Maurenn Brady, FS, 1995 4. Jamie Southern, FS, 2002 0.44 8. Jordan McPherson, UN, 2006 5. Jamie Southern, FS, 2005 0.46 Carol Forbes, SJSU, 2005 6. Kathy Blake, CSN, 1994 0.51 10. Melissa Coogan, UH, 2003 7. Jamie Southern, FS, 2004 0.54

0.59 0.61 0.61 42 36 36 33 33 33 32 32 30 30 454 450 402 400 369 322 314 299 284 282 10.30 9.86 9.27 8.91 8.81 8.79 8.69 8.63 8.32 8.30 360.2 351.2 321.0 319.1 311.1 286.1 285.0 283.1 283.1 281.0

WAC RECORDS & HISTORY

Slugging Percentage 1. Kim Rondina, UNLV, 1997 2. Stacey Porter, UH, 2003 3. Amberly Waits, LTU, 2009 4. Nina Lindenberg, FS, 1996 5. Scia Maumausolo, CSN, 1995 6. Scia Maumausolo, CSN, 1996 7. Holly Schmillen, CSU, 1999 8. Christina Clark, FS, 2004 9. Amanda Tauali’i, UH, 2009 10. Nina Lindenberg, FS, 1998

Jiliane Hartfiel, NEV, 2004 18 Brittany Puzey, NEV, 2007 18 Doubles Per Game 1. Nina Lindenberg, FS, 1996 0.47 2. Casey Coffman, UNM, 1996 0.42 3. Angela Cervantez, FS, 1999 0.35 Sarah Fredstrom, CSU, 1995 0.35 5. Holly Schmillen, CSU, 1999 0.32 6. Amberly Waits, LTU, 2009 0.32 Rachael Goodpaster, UNLV, 1999 0.31 Ashley Bennett, UTEP, 2005 0.31 Brittany Puzey, NEV, 2007 0.31 10. Christina Clark, FS, 2006 0.30 Sunny Smith, UU, 1999 0.30 Jackie Van Hooydonk, UNM, 1997 0.30 Shanon Pouelsen, SDSU, 1994 0.30 Stacey Porter, UH, 2003 0.30 Ashley Rozkos, NMSU, 2007 0.30 Triples 1. Holly Schmillen, CSU, 1999 12 2. Laura Berg, FS, 1995 11 3. Amberly Waits, LTU, 2008 10 Valeri Quintero, SJSU, 1997 10 5. Kym Silagyi, NEV, 2009 8 Nina Lindenberg, FS, 1998 8 Jackie Van Hooydonk, UNM, 1997 8 8. Sarah Taylor, SJSU, 2009 7 Haley Perkins, FS, 2008 7 Emma Barnes, LT, 2006 7 Sandy Rhea, UU, 1998 7 Lainie Horne, UNM, 1998 7 Nina Lindenberg, FS, 1997 7 Sarah Fredstrom, CSU, 1997 7 Amy Timmel, UU, 1994 7 Laura Berg, FS, 1997 7

THE SCHOOLS

.508 .488 .482 .481 .479 .468 .458 .449 .449 .445 .430 .430

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Batting Average 1. Nina Lindenberg, FS, 1996 2. Amberly Waits, LTU, 2009 Scia Maumausolo, CSN, 1995 3. Robyn Yorke, FS, 1995 4. Stacey Porter, UH, 2003 5. Amy Timmel, UU, 1994 6. Laura Berg, FS, 1998 7. Nina Lindenberg, FS, 1998 Scia Maumausolo, CSN, 1996 9. Kim Rondina, UNLV, 1997 10. Christina Clark, FS, 2006 Casey Coffman, UNM, 1996

Fresno State’s Laura Berg, a first-team All-American for three years, is the WAC’s all-time leader in at-bats (957), runs (245), hits (396) and triples (25). www.wacsports.com

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Amy Timmel, UU, 1994 Maya Garcia, SJSU, 1997 Laura Berg, FS, 1997 Triples Per Game 1. Heather Hobbs, SUU, 1991 2. Kelli Groomer, SUU, 1991 3. Holly Schmillen, CSU, 1999 4. Kristen Hunter, FS, 2000 5. Joni Reynolds, SUU, 1992 6. Sarah Taylor, SJSU, 2009 Kelly Fangonilo, SJSU, 2009 Laura Berg, FS, 1995 Valeri Quintero, SJSU, 1997 10. Amberly Waits, LTU, 2008

Fresno State’s Robin Mackin is first in strikeouts in league games in a season with 177 in 2006. Batting Average 1. Nina Lindenberg, FS, 1996 .535 2. Kim Rondina, UNLV, 1997 .525 3. Christina Clark, 2006 .500 Becky Witt, FS, 2000 .500 Robyn Yorke, FS, 1994 .500 6. Scia Maumausolo, CSN, 1995 .494 7. Amy Timmel, UU, 1994 .489 8. Tara Harbert, UH, 2005 .486 9. Angela Cervantez, FS, 1999 .466 10. Dana Degen, UH, 1997 .464 Slugging Percentage 1. Kim Rondina, UNLV, 1997 1.033 2. Stacey Porter, UH, 2003 1.017 3. Christina Clark, FS, 2006 1.000 4. Kate Robinson, UH, 2007 .964 5. Nina Lindenberg, FS, 1996 .942 6. Scia Maumausolo, CSN, 1995 .909 7. Angie Ortega, NMSU, 2009 .873 8. Christina Clark, FS, 2004 .864 9. Amberly Waits, LTU, 2009 .851 10. Brittany Puzey, NEV, 2007 .846 At Bats 1. Tia Morenz, UH, 1997 Laura Berg, FS, 1997 3. Laura Berg, FS, 1998 4. Tia Morenz, UH, 1998 5. Jennifer Buford, CSU, 1997 6. Robyn Yorke, FS, 1997 7. Valeri Quintero, SJSU, 1997 8. Joyce Lum, UH, 1998 Nicole Miller, UNLV, 1997 10. Sandy Rhea, UU, 1997

118 118 116 114 111 110 108 107 107 106

Base Hits 1. Laura Berg, FS, 1998 2. Tia Morenz, UH, 1997 3. Tia Morenz, UH, 1998 Becky Witt, FS, 1998 Amy Timmel, UU, 1994 Nina Lindenberg, FS, 1996 Laura Berg, FS, 1997 Jennifer Buford, CSU, 1997 9. Sandy Rhea, UU, 1997 Dana Degen, UH, 1997

52 48 46 46 46 46 46 46 45 45

Base Hits Per Game 1. Amy Timmel, UU, 1994 1.77 Nina Lindenberg, FS, 1996 1.77 66

3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Laura Berg, FS, 1998 Robyn Yorke, FS, 1994 Robyn Yorke, FS, 1995 Becky Witt, FS, 2000 Laura Berg, FS, 1995 Becky Witt, FS, 1988 Haley Perkins, FS, 2009 Tia Morenz, UH, 1997 Christina Clark, FS, 2003

1.73 1.62 1.58 1.56 1.54 1.53 1.50 1.50 1.50

Doubles 1. Nina Lindenberg, FS, 1996 15 2. Jackie Van Hooydonk, UNM, 1997 12 3. Shannon Jones, CSN, 1994 11 Cyndee Bennett, UU, 1997 11 Amanda Scott, FS, 1997 11 6. Angela Cervantez, FS, 1999 10 Dana Degen, UH, 1998 10 Joyce Lum, UH, 1998 10 Sarah Fredstrom, CSU, 1995 10 Amy ReCouper, CSU, 1996 10 Doubles Per Game 1. Nina Lindenberg, FS, 1996 0.58 2. Christina Clark, FS, 2003 0.50 3. Shannon Jones, CSN, 1994 0.46 4. Lainie Horne, UNM, 1999 0.43 Tera Fowers, SUU, 1992 0.43 6. Angela Cervantez, FS, 1999 0.42 7. Regan Clark, LTU, 2008 0.41 Amber Wall, FS, 1996 0.41 9. Christina Clark, FS, 2006 0.40 Rochelle Sandberg, LT, 2005 0.40 Sue Campbell, SDSU, 1991 0.40 Stephanie Chapel, SDSU, 1991 0.40 Deb DiMeglio, UU, 1991 0.40 Charmelle Green, UU, 1991 0.40 Triples 1. Valeri Quintero, SJSU, 1997 2. Holly Schmillen, CSU, 1999 Sarah Fredstrom, CSU, 1997 Laura Berg, FS, 1995 5. Sarah Taylor, SJSU, 2009 Kelly Fangonilo, SJSU, 2009 Kristen Hunter, FS, 2000 Jenny Monson, UU, 1998 Nina Lindenberg, FS, 1998 Heather Hobbs, SUU, 1991

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4 4 4 0.40 0.30 0.25 0.22 0.20 0.19 0.19 0.19 0.19 0.18

Home Runs 1. Christina Clark, FS, 2004 10 2. Stacey Porter, UH, 2003 9 Kate Robinson, UH, 2007 9 4. Raven Coberg, UNLV, 1998 8 Cyndee Bennett, UU, 1995 8 Scia Maumausolo, CSN, 1995 8 7. Angie Ortega, NMSU, 2009 7 Christina Clark, FS, 2005 7 7 Stacey Porter, UH, 2002 Nina Lindenberg, FS, 1998 7 Beth Calcante, CSN, 1993 7 Home Runs Per Game 1. Kate Robinson, UH, 2007 2. Stacey Porter, UH, 2003 3. Christina Clark, FS, 2004 4. Christina Clark, FS, 2005 5. Angie Ortega, NMSU, 2009 Tyleen Tausaga, UH, 2007 Brittant Puzey, NEV, 2007 8. Audrey Andrade, UH, 2009 Sunny Smith, UU, 1999 Beth Calcante, CSN, 1993 Runs Batted In 1. Nina Lindenberg, FS, 1998 2. Kim Maher, FS, 1994 Dana Degan, UH, 1997 Kate Robinson, UH, 2007 5. Raven Coberg, UNLV, 1998 Amanda Scott, FS, 1998 7. Beth Calcante, CSN, 1993 Cyndee Bennett, UU, 1996 9. Cyndee Bennett, UU, 1995 Nina Lindenberg, FS, 1996 Sarah Fredstrom, CSU, 1997 uns Batted In Per Game R 1. Kate Robinson, UH, 2007 2. Nina Lindenberg, FS, 1998 3. Beth Calcante, CSN, 1993 Tyleen Tausaga, UH, 2007 5. Kim Maher, FS, 1994 6. Cyndee Bennett, UU, 1996 Kristin Sylvester, FS, 2007 8. Angela Cervantez, FS, 1999 Christina Clark, FS, 2003 10. Nina Lindenberg, FS, 1996

0.50 0.45 0.42 0.39 0.35 0.33 0.33 0.32 0.32 0.32 43 33 33 33 31 31 30 30 29 29 29 1.83 1.43 1.36 1.28 1.27 1.25 1.22 1.17 1.17 1.12

Stolen Bases 1. Sandy Rhea, UU, 1997 24 2. Amy Timmel, UU, 1994 20 Jackie Van Hooydonk, UNM, 1997 20 4. Sandy Rhea, UU, 1998 19 5. Jennifer Buford, CSU, 1997 17 6. Jennifer Buford, CSU, 1998 16

8. 9. 10.

Amber Solano, CSU, 1997 Amber Miles, LT, 2004 Tami Simpson, SDSU, 1999 Tammy Beer, UU, 1995 Sandy Rhea, UU, 1995 Tia Morenz, UH, 1997

16 15 14 12 12 12

arned Run Average E 1. Amanda Scott, FS, 2000 0.00 2. Jamie Southern, FS, 2005 0.16 3. Jennifer Richardson, CSN, 1994 0.18 4. Dena Mullins, UNM, 1992 0.19 5. Lisa Perettie, SDSU, 1991 0.21 6. Lori Hoffman, FS, 2001 0.29 7. Amanda Scott, FS, 1999 0.33 8. Kristen Hunter, FS, 1999 0.34 9. Amanda Scott, FS, 1997 0.36 10. Amy Windmiller, CSN, 1994 0.43 Victories 1. Ali Andrus, UU, 1994 2. Maureen Brady, FS, 1994 3. Amanda Scott, FS, 1998 Nikki Johnson, CSU, 1997 5. Melissa Coogan, UH, 2003 6. Stephanie Ricketts, UH, 2009 Jamie Southern, FS, 2005 Kelly Gentle, UH, 1999 Sandra Durazo, SDSU, 1999 10. Katie Holverson, NEV, 2009 Morgan Melloh, FS, 2008 Sarah Farnworth, UU, 1998 Ali Andrus, UU, 1995 Kathy Blake-Small, CSN, 1995 Ali Andrus-Sagas, UU, 1997 Strikeouts 1. Robin Mackin, FS, 2006 2. Morgan Melloh, FS, 2009 3. Jamie Southern, FS, 2002 4. Morgan Melloh, FS, 2008 5. Ali Andrus, UU, 1994 6. Jamie Southern, FS, 2005 7. Tami Blunt, CSS, 1993 8. Ali Andrus-Sagas, UU, 1997 9. Nikki Johnson, CSU, 1997 10. Jamie Southern, FS, 2002

18 17 15 15 14 13 13 13 13 12 12 12 12 12 12

177 163 137 133 131 118 114 113 108 106

Strikeouts Per Seven Innings 1. Robin Mackin, FS, 2006 10.97 2. Lindsay Parker, FS, 1999 10.09 3. Jamie Southern, FS, 2005 9.72 4. Morgan Melloh, FS, 2009 9.67 5. Amanda Scott, FS, 2000 9.65 6. Justine Smethurst, UH, 2007 8.90 7. Jamie Southern, FS, 2003 8.66 8. Mallory Darby, NEV, 2009 8.47 9. Morgan Melloh, FS, 2008 8.39 10. Robin Mackin, FS, 2007 8.24 I nnings Pitched 1. Maureen Brady, FS, 1994 150.0 2. Ali Andrus, UU, 1994 140.1 3. Sarah Farnworth, UU, 1998 135.1 4. Brandi Isgar, UNLV, 1998 131.1 5. Nikki Johnson, CSU, 1997 129.0 6. Ali Andrus-Sagas, UU, 1997 125.2 Jamie Southern, FS, 2002 125.2 8. Dena Mullins, UNM, 1993 124.0 9. Stephanie Ricketts, UH, 2009 118.1 10. Morgan Melloh, FS, 2009 118.0


NCAA STATISTICAL LEADERS 1994 6. Utah 16. CS Northridge 19. Fresno State 35. New Mexico

.329 .314 .311 .297

25. Tulsa

1.42

2003 11. Fresno State

1.34

1996 25. Fresno State

5.00

2004 18. Tulsa

1.35

2005 13. Fresno State

1.43 2.01

1997

5.78 5.42 5.06 4.81

1996 12. Fresno State

.323

2007 30. Fresno State 38. Hawai‘i

1.87 2.00

1997

12. Fresno State 12. Colorado State 17. Utah 18. Hawai‘i

.326 .322 .314 .312

2008 23. Fresno State 2009 28. Fresno State 43. Nevada

1998 6. Fresno State 7. Hawai‘i 23. Colorado State

.340 .336 .301

1999 15. Fresno State 25. New Mexico

.303 .297

2001 26. Hawai‘i

.286

2006 23. Fresno State 25. Hawai‘i 47. Louisiana Tech

.298 .297 .284

2007 16. Hawai‘i 36. Fresno State

.308 .298

2008 17. Nevada 29. Fresno State 42. Hawai‘i

.311 .298 .289

2009 1. New Mexico State 22. Nevada

.341 .301

Earned Run Average

Fielding

1998 14. Fresno State 22. Hawai‘i

5.94 5.13

1.61

1999 28. New Mexico 32. Fresno State

4.84 4.77

1.97 2.23

2007 11. Hawai‘i

5.95

2008 36. Nevada 43. Fresno State

5.00 4.87

2009 7. New Mexico State 30. Nevada

6.09 5.20

0.57 0.40

1998 6. Fresno State 19. UNLV 28. Colorado State 34. San Jose State

0.70 0.49 0.43 0.41

1999 12. New Mexico

0.66

2000 32. Hawai‘i

0.32

2004 21. Fresno State 38. Tulsa

0.74 0.65

2006 42. Fresno State

0.78

2007

7. Hawai‘i

1.33

2008 41. Hawai‘i

0.79 1.26 1.15 1.04 0.93

1992 19. New Mexico 34. Utah

.963 .958

Doubles Per Game

1994 28. CS Northridge

1.19

1993 3. CS Northridge 8. Sacramento State 19. Utah 28. New Mexico 32. Fresno State

.972 .968 .963 .961 .959

1996 14. Fresno State 32. New Mexico

1.42 1.28

1997 15. Fresno State 28. Utah

1.45 1.31

2009

1994 12. CS Sacramento 22. CS Northridge 35. Utah

.966 .961 .958

1999 24. New Mexico

1.41

Slugging Percentage

2004 43. Tulsa

1.25

1995 18. CS Northridge 19. Fresno State

.965 .964

2008 13. Nevada

1.61

1996 6. CS Sacramento 8. CS Northridge 16. Fresno State

.971 .967 .964

2009 37. Nevada 48. New Mexico State

1.37 1.31

1997 14. Fresno State 24. Colorado State

.964 .963

1992 29. Utah

1.13

1993

1.00 1.00 1.01 1.23 1.40

1998 16. Fresno State

.969

1999 5. Fresno State 30. New Mexico

.971 .963

2000

0.47 1.00 1.36

Triples Per Game

1995 31. Fresno State

0.41

1996 22. Utah

0.35

1997 18. San Jose State 30. Colorado State

0.37 0.35

1998 11. Utah

0.44

.973

1999

4. Colorado State

0.51

2001 14. Fresno State 23. Loyola Marymount 30. San Jose State

.972 .970 .968

2006 34. Louisiana Tech 48. Fresno State

0.26 0.23

1. Fresno State

.977

2008 31. Louisiana Tech 41. Fresno State

0.24 0.22

2009 15. San Jose State 38. Nevada

0.30 0.24

7. Fresno State

1995 1. CS Sacramento 6. Fresno State 11. CS Northridge

0.76 0.98 1.22

2002

2003 28. Fresno State

.969

1996 4. Fresno State 16. CS Northridge

1.00 1.39

2004 10. Tulsa 29. Fresno State

.974 .967

1997 8. Fresno State 11. Utah

1.18 1.22

2005

.975

1998 20. Fresno State 27. Hawai‘i

1.34 1.51

1999 1. Fresno State 23. New Mexico

0.51 1.46

2000

1. Fresno State

0.62

2001 22. Fresno State 33. Hawai‘i

1.31 1.47

2002

0.90

4. Fresno State

1997 12. UNLV 26. Utah

.961 .956 .956

1.02 1.04

1994 2. CS Northridge 5. Utah 20. Fresno State

0.66 0.41 0.40 0.35

1991 25. Creighton 33. New Mexico 34. Utah

1991 20. Creighton 21. Utah

8. CS Northridge 10. Fresno State 11. Sacramento State 24. New Mexico 35. Utah

1996 5. CS Northridge 23. Utah 25. Colorado State 35. Fresno State

8. Tulsa

Home Runs Per Game 1991 3. Utah 16. New Mexico 27. Colorado State

0.39 0.22 0.19

1993 2. CS Northridge 27. New Mexico 29. Fresno State

0.69 0.26 0.26 0.61 0.48 0.46 0.41 0.48 0.47

2006 27. Fresno State 32. Hawai‘i

.970 .970

2007 7. Fresno State 42. Hawai‘i

.975 .968

2008 9. Fresno State 41. Hawai‘i

.975 .968

2009 39. Fresno State

.969

1994 4. CS Northridge 11. Utah 15. Fresno State 21. New Mexico

5.33

1995 10. CS Northridge 11. Utah

Scoring

1994 15. Utah

10. New Mexico State 13. Hawai’i 19. Louisiana Tech 28. Nevada

1993 21. CS Northridge

.400

1994 8. CS Northridge 17. Utah 32. Fresno State

.446 .426 .408

1996 11. Fresno State 19. CS Northridge

.435 .423

1997 11. Fresno State 17. Utah 26. Colorado State

.436 .430 .414

1998

.468 .432 .397 .392

11. Fresno State 17. Hawai‘i 33. Colorado State 37. Utah

1999 21. New Mexico 34. Fresno State

.420 .410

2004 33. Tulsa 45. Fresno State

.420 .410

2006 33. Hawai‘i 47. Fresno State

.439 .424

2007

.502

8. Hawai‘i

2008 26. Nevada 45. Fresno State

.458 .432

2009 6. New Mexico State 23. Nevada 33. Hawai’i

.542 .470 .453

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12. Colorado State 17. Fresno State 30. Hawai‘i 34. Utah

4.97

THE SCHOOLS

1995 12. Fresno State

2006 40. Fresno State

26. CS Northridge

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Stolen Bases Per Game 1991 14. New Mexico 30. Creighton

1.81 1.41

1994 26. Utah

1.44

.867 .750

2000

7. Fresno State

.794

2002 28. Fresno State

.714

1995 11. Utah

1.65

1997 35. Colorado State

1.60

2004 22. Tulsa 27. Fresno State

.714 .706

2002 15. Louisiana Tech

1.67

2005 13. Fresno State

.782

2006 42. Fresno State

.661

2007 6. Hawai‘i 21. Fresno State

.794 .723

2008 8. Fresno State 28. Nevada 44. Hawai‘i

.806 .710 .656

2009 40. Nevada 49. Fresno State

.678 .655

Double Plays Per Game 1991

3. New Mexico 6. Utah

0.50 0.45

1992 14. Utah 35. New Mexico

0.40 0.31

1993

0.58

2. Utah

1994 2. Fresno State 8. Colorado State 12. San Diego State 21. Utah Southern Utah 25. New Mexico

0.60 0.45 0.41 0.38 0.38 0.37

1995

0.39 0.37 0.37 0.33

19. Fresno State 23. Southern Utah 25. Colorado State 35. New Mexico

1996 10. Fresno State

0.44

1997

11. Fresno State 18. Tulsa 20. Hawai‘i 23. San Jose State

0.43 0.39 0.38 0.37

2000 29. San Jose State

0.38

2004 19. Hawai‘i

0.38

2005 23. Hawai‘i

0.38

2006

3. Utah State

0.50

2007 22. Louisiana Tech 30. New Mexico State

0.40 0.38

2008

0.42 0.39 0.36 0.36 0.33

11. New Mexico State 15. Hawai‘i 29. Louisiana Tech 33. San Jose State 50. Fresno State

2009 37. Nevada

Won/Loss Percentage 1993

68

1999 2. Fresno State 14. New Mexico

7. CS Northridge

1.37

.836

2009 3. Amberly Waits, LTU .488 17. Hoku Nohara, NMSU .429 39. Tiare Jennings, NMSU .407

Runs Batted In Per Game

Home Runs

1993 18. Beth Calcante, CSN 31. Kim Maher, FS

2008 4. Kate Robinson, UH 40. Jenna Cervantez, FS

21 14

2009 11. Tiare Jennings, NMSU Amberly Waits, LTU 27. Amanda Tauali’i, UH 41. Hoku Nohara, NMSU Angie Ortega, NMSU 47. Tanisha Milca, UH Kylie Bassett, NMSU

17 17 15 14 14 13 13

Home Runs Per Game

1991 8. Deb DiMeglio, UU 11. Charmelle Green, UU 32. Kim Braatz, UNM 35. Teri Klement, CSU

0.16 0.14 0.09 0.08

1992 21. Deb DiMeglio, UU

0.12

1993 40. Denise Johnson, SUU .405

1993 4. Kim Maher, FS 6. Beth Calcante, CSN 19. Deb DiMeglio, UU 22. Tamara Ivie, CSN

0.23 0.21 0.16 0.16

1994

.455 .424 .421 .409 .408

1994 3. Michelle Bolt, FS 0.27 9. Shannon Jones, CSN 0.21 13. Cyndee Bennett, UU 0.19 Heather Medearis, UNM 0.19 28. Kim Maher, FS 0.15

1995 4. Scia Maumausolo, CSN .482 5. Robyn Yorke, FS .481 21. Laura Berg, FS .424

1995 4. Scia Maumausolo, CSN 0.25 17. Cyndee Bennett, UU 0.18 31. Chelo Lopez, CSN 0.14 Sarah Fredstrom, CSU 0.14

Individual

Batting

1991 44. Charmelle Green, UU .381

9. Amy Timmel, UU 24. Robyn Yorke, FS 27. Kim Maher, FS 37. Shannon Jones, CSN 39. Tamara Ivie, CSN

1996 2. Nina Lindenberg, FS .508 11. Scia Maumausolo, CSN .449 24. Casey Coffman, UNM .430 1997

14. Kim Rondina, UNLV 26. Laura Berg, FS 28. Robyn Yorke, FS 31. Sandy Rhea, UU 40. Dana Degan, UH 43. Victoria Ruelas, SJSU

.445 .424 .423 .419 .410 .408

1998 9. Laura Berg, FS 11. Nina Lindenberg, FS 53. Joyce Lum, UH 75. Becky Witt, FS

.458 .449 .401 .392

1999 42. Danielle Cassara, UNM .405 42. Holly Schmillen, CSU .405 45. Angela Cervantez, FS .404

1996

4. Scia Maumausolo, CSN 0.29 15. Nina Lindenberg, FS 0.21 17. Sarah Fredstrom, CSU 0.21 28. Chelo Lopez, CSN 0.17 33. Cyndee Bennett, UU 0.17

0.88 0.79

1994 12. Michelle Bolt, FS 1.00 15. Kim Maher, FS 0.98 24. Shannon Jones, CSN 0.90 1996 16. Sarah Fredstrom, CSU 0.98 17. Nina Lindenberg, FS 0.97 1997

16. Sarah Fredstrom, CSU 25. Nina Lindenberg, FS 29. Kim Rondina, UNLV 34. Amanda Scott, FS

1.02 0.94 0.92 0.88

1998 7. Nina Lindenberg, FS 1.22 10. Amanda Scott, FS 1.14 1999 16. Angela Cervantez, FS 1.01 23. Danielle Cassara, UNM 0.96 2004 18. Christina Clark, FS

0.82

2007 7. Kate Robinson, UH 48. Brittany Puzey, NEV

1.13 0.88

2008 31. Kate Robinson, UH 0.92 49. Brittany McConnell, SJSU 0.84 2009

6. Tiare Jennings, NMSU 1.13 7. Amberly Waits, LTU 1.13

Doubles Per Game

1995 12. Sarah Fredstrom, CSU 0.35 1996

3. Nina Lindenberg, FS 0.47 4. Casey Coffman, UNM 0.42

1999

7. Angela Cervantez, FS 0.37

2003 24. Stacey Porter, UH

0.30

2005 21. Ashley Bennett, UTEP 0.31

1997

3. Kim Rondina, UNLV

0.31

2006 15. Christina Clark, FS

1998

16. Amanda Scott, FS 23. Nina Lindenberg, FS 27. Sarah Fredstrom, CSU 34. Julie Crandall, UNLV

0.22 0.21 0.20 0.18

2007 26. Brittany Puzey, NEV 0.31 33. Ashley Rozkos, NMSU 0.29

1999 10. Rachael Goodpaster, UNLV 0.29 23. Danielle Cassara, UNM 0.23 2000 35. Kara Kanney, SJSU

0.21

2002 16. Stacey Porter, UH

0.25

2003 14. Stacey Porter, UH 26. Christina Clark, FS

0.28 0.26

2000 28. Dana Degen, UH 40. Lovie Jung, FS

.401 .391

2001 29. Becky Witt, FS

.396

3. Stacey Porter, UH

.479

2004 6. Christina Clark, FS 30. Katie Torres, TU

0.34 0.24

1994 3. CS Northridge 7. Utah 13. Fresno State

.839 .797 .754

1995 21. CS Sacramento 22. Fresno State 23. CS Northridge

.727 .725 .717

2003

2004 42. Christina Clark, FS

.396

2005 19. Christina Clark, FS

0.29

1996 5. Fresno State 19. CS Northridge

.823 .729

2005 49. Tyleen Tausaga, UH 54. Elisa Barrios, SJSU

.391 .390

2007 16. Kate Robinson, UH

0.30

.797 .785 .710

.430

0.34

1997 4. Fresno State 7. Colorado State 22. Utah

2006 15. Christina Clark, FS

2008

2007 48. Tyleen Tausaga, UH

.402

1998 4. Fresno State 13. Hawai‘i

.825 .754

2008 50. Noelle Micka, NEV

.399

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1991 30. Charmelle Green, UU 0.75 35. Deb DiMeglio, UU 0.73

2009

7. Kate Robinson, UH 13. Tiare Jennings, NMSU 15. Amberly Waits, LTU 25. Amanda Tauali’i, UH 33. Angie Ortega, NMSU 42. Hoku Nohara, NMSU

0.31 0.31 0.28 0.27 0.26

0.34

2008 48. Noelle Micka, NEV

0.29

2009 23. Amberly Waits, LTU

0.31

Triples

2008 1. Amberly Waits, LTU 9. Haley Perkins, FS 20. Sarah Taylor, SJSU 2009 1. Kym Silagyi, NEV 5. Sarah Taylor, SJSU 18. Kelli Fangonilo, SJSU Amanda Tauali’i, UH

Triples Per Game

1995 17. Laura Berg, FS

10 7 5 8 7 5 5

0.16

1997 5. Valeri Quintero, SJSU 0.16 14. Jackie Van Hooydonk, UNM 0.14 1998 26. Nina Lindenberg, FS 0.13 29. Sandy Rhea, UU 0.12 30. Lainie Horne, UNM 0.11 1999

1. Holly Schmillen, CSU 0.29


NCAA STATISTICAL LEADERS 2005 17. Jana Arde, SJSU

0.11

2008 6. Amberly Waits, LTU 12. Haley Perkins, FS 34. Sarah Taylor, SJSU

0.15 0.12 0.08

2009 6. Kym Silagyi, NEV 10. Sarah Taylor, SJSU 31. Amanda Tauali’i, UH 34. Kelli Fangonilo, SJSU

0.15 0.13 0.09 0.09

Runs Scored

1996 18. Nina Lindenberg, FS 0.98 0.93 0.93

2004 18. Christina Clark, FS

0.93

2006

1.00

7. Christina Clark, FS

2007 31. Haley Perkins, FS 2008 44. Haley Perkins, FS

0.95 0.84

Bases On Balls

1995 19. Scia Maumausolo, CSN 0.60

2007 24. Haley Perkins, FS

0.05

2008 36. Haley Perkins, FS

17.3

2009 23. Noelle Micka, NEV 24. Haley Perkins, FS

20.2 20.0

Slugging Percentage

1991 17. Charmelle Green, UU .632 1993 15. Kim Maher, FS

.677

1994 8. Shannon Jones, CSN .749 19. Kim Maher, FS .698

1998 10. Amanda Scott, FS

0.79

1999

1. Amanda Scott, FS 3. Kristen Hunter, FS

0.26 0.59

2000 1. Amanda Scott, FS 23. Kristen Hunter, FS

0.41 0.95

2001 51. Lori Hoffman, FS 23. Kristen Hunter, FS

1.17 0.95

2002 1. Jamie Southern, FS 32. Jenny Magill, TU

0.44 1.07

2003

3. Jamie Southern, FS

0.64

2004

1. Jamie Southern, FS

2005

2. Jamie Southern, FS

.941

1998 11. Nina Lindenberg, FS .773 2003 4. Stacey Porter, UH 22. Christina Clark, FS

.940 .738

2004

8. Christina Clark, FS

.802

2005 29. Christina Clark, FS

.731

5. Nikki Johnson, CSU

33

1998 T17. Amanda Scott, FS

25

1999 10. Amanda Scott, FS 17. Kristen Hunter, FS

28 26

2000

7. Amanda Scott, FS

33

2002

6. Jamie Southern, FS

33

36

2007 21. Robin Mackin, FS

1.37

Hit by Pitch Per Game

2008 28. Morgan Melloh, FS

1.28

2008 2. Morgan Melloh, FS 38. Katie Holverson, NEV

2009 11. Kanani Pu’u-Warren, UH 0.34

Strikeouts Per 7 Innings

2006

1. Chrtistine Echols, LTU 0.53

Stolen Bases

1994 24. Amy Timmel, UU

0.53

1997 19. Sandy Rhea, UU 0.74 22. Jackie Van Hooydonk, UNM 0.70 1998 20. Sandy Rhea, UU 0.60 24. Jennifer Buford, CSU 0.55

2002 26. Jessie Smith, TU

1998

2. Amy Alves, UNLV 6. Laura Berg, FS

0.01 0.01

Earned Run Average

0.05 0.05 0.06

1997

2007

0.01

2004 20. Elisa Barrios, SJSU 26. Tracie Uchima, UH 45. Christina Clark, FS

29

1.54

4. Laura Berg, FS

0.04 0.05

5. Maureen Brady, FS

2006 50. Robin Mackin, FS

1997

2003 11. Elisa Barrios, SJSU 21. Christina Clark, FS

1995

28

1999

0.04 0.04 0.04

36 32 26

2006 15. Robin Mackin, FS

2. Amberly Waits, LTU 20. Tiare Jennings, NMSU 31. Hoku Nohara, NMSU 33. Angie Ortega, NMSU 35. Amanda Tauali’i, UH

1995 12. Scia Maumausolo, CSN

2002 18. Stacie Hirano, UH 25. April Crowell, UH 27. Pam Perez, FS

1994 1. Maureen Brady, FS 4. Ali Andrus, UU 17. Amy Windmiller, CSN

0.46

0.61

0.03

25

28 25

.934 .779 .747 .741 .738

2001 11. Becky Witt, FS

1993 15. Dena Mullins, UNM

2005 15. Jamie Southern, FS 25. Carol Forbes, SJSU

2009

0.0

1991 18. Janet Womack, UU 22 Stephanie Smith, UNM 22

0.54

.745

1. Wendy Stewart, UU

Victories

30

2008 26. Kate Robinson, UH

1993

2008 10. Courtney Baughman, UH 0.99 21. Krissi Oliver, LTU 1.19

2004 13. Jamie Southern, FS

0.77

Toughest To Strike Out

Walks Per 7 Innings

32 25

2006

5.0 3.0 3.0 3.0

9.9 8.7 8.2

2003 9. Melissa Coogan, UH 20. Jamie Southern, FS

.733

2009 5. Clare Warwick, UH 50. Kylie Bassett, LTU Sam Bias, NEV Britton Murdock, NEV

2009 9. Morgan Melloh, FS 25. Meghan Krieg, LTU 36. Mallary Darby, NEV

8. Cayley Warner, UNM 0.71 0.50

1991 23. Kelly Brookhart, CU 28. Lisa Perettie, SDSU 31. Janet Womack, UU

0.66 0.71 0.73

1992 49. Janet Womack, UU

0.94

1993

25. Tami Blunt, CSS 0.87 26. Kathy Blake, CSN 0.88 27. Marcie Green, FS 0.89 34. Melissa Halkinrude, UU 0.95 39. Dena Mullins, UNM 1.01 47. Amy Windmiller, CSN 1.09 48. Shannon Ellis, CSS 1.09

1992 22. Dena Mullins, UNM

6.4

1993 12. Tami Blunt, CSS 16. Amy Windmiller, CSN 22. Marcie Green, FS

7.5 6.6 6.3

1994 9. Susie Bugliarello, CSS 13. Amy Windmiller, CSN

7.6 7.3

1995

7. Susie Bugliarello, CSS

8.2

1996 12. Susie Bugliarello, CSS 14. Tara Glaister, CSN

8.3 8.2

1997 21. Nikki Johnson, CSU

7.3

1999 11. Kristen Hunter, FS

8.8

2000 22. Amanda Scott, FS

8.0

2003 20. Jamie Southern, FS

8.9

2005 26. Jamie Southern, FS

9.3

2006 14. Robin Mackin, FS

10.3

2007 38. Robin Mackin, FS

8.3

2008 23. Morgan Melloh, FS

8.8

5. Robin Mackin, FS

42 22

30 2009 7. Morgan Melloh, FS 12. Katie Holverson, NEV 28 43. Stephanie Ricketts, UH 22

Saves

2008 7. Katie Holverson, NEV 25. Meghan Krieg, LTU 40. Jessica Morton, UH

6 4 3

WAC RECORDS & HISTORY

3. Kim Rondina, UNLV

2007 34. Kate Robinson, UH

2008 3. Kylie Bassett, LTU 6.0 7. Regan Clark, LTU 5.0 20. Natasha Hawkins, SJSU 4.0

0.63 1.02 1.11 1.28 1.31

1997

0.63

Sacrifice Flies

3. Kim Peck, FS 14. Lindsay Parker, FS 21. Susie Bugliarello, CSS 39. Jennifer Clark, FS 41. Tara Glaister, CSN

1997 19. Amanda Scott, FS 0.94 24. Monica Jimenez, UU 1.00 38. Ali Andrus-Sagas, UU 1.23

2003 17. Stacey Porter, UH

0.28 0.22

1996

3. Nina Lindenberg, FS .897 6. Scia Maumausolo, CSN .820

.739

2008 23. Kaulana Gould, UH 40. Haley Gilleland, FS

3. Susie Bugliarello, CSS 0.59 12. Maureen Brady, FS 0.88 14. Tami Blunt, CSS 0.90 19. Kathy Blake-Small, CSN 0.96 29. Jennifer Clark, FS 1.14

1996

2006 25. Christina Clark, FS

Sacrifice Hits Per Game

1995

4. Scia Maumausolo, CSN .848

0.54 0.53

2007 46. Kasey Igarta, SJSU

0.36 0.51 0.61 0.98

1995

2000 20. Kara Kanney, SJSU 23. Dana Degen, UH

7. Christina Clark, FS

1994 1. Amy Windmiller, CSN 3. Kathy Blake, CSN 6. Ali Andrus, UU 22. Maureen Brady, FS

THE SCHOOLS

2003 17. Stacey Porter, UH 18. Christina Clark, FS

0.05

ABOUT THE WAC

2006 5. Emma Barnes, LT 0.14 22. Courtney Lewis, SJSU 0.10

2005 16. Christina Clark, FS

2009 26. Wanda Malone, LTU 3 Amanda Pridmore, SJSU 3

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WAC ALL-TIME STANDINGS 1991 WAC

Overall

1992 WAC

Overall

1993 WAC

Overall

1994 WAC

Overall

1995 WAC

Overall

1996 WAC

Overall

1997 WAC

Overall

Utah San Diego State New Mexico Creighton Colorado State Southern Utah

Utah New Mexico Colorado State San Diego State Creighton Southern Utah

Cal State Northridge Cal State Sacramento Fresno State New Mexico Utah Southern Utah San Diego State

Cal State Northridge Utah Fresno State New Mexico Cal State Sacramento Colorado State San Diego State Southern Utah

Cal State Northridge Utah Fresno State Cal State Sacramento Colorado State San Diego State New Mexico Southern Utah

Fresno State Cal State Northridge Utah Colorado State Cal State Sacramento San Diego State New Mexico Southern Utah

Colorado State Fresno State Utah Hawai‘i UNLV San Diego State San Jose State New Mexico Tulsa 70

W L 8 2 7 3 7 3 4 6 4 6 0 10

W L 9 1 8 2 4 6 4 6 3 7 2 8

W L 20 2 17 5 14 10 12 12 12 12 4 20 3 21

W L 21 3 22 4 21 5 11 15 11 16 9 16 4 19 1 22

W L 22 5 20 7 18 8 18 9 12 15 10 18 6 22 3 25

W L 24 2 21 7 17 7 16 12 12 14 12 16 5 23 1 27

W L 26 6 23 9 22 10 18 14 17 15 14 18 10 22 9 23 5 27

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T 0 0 0 0 0 0

T 0 0 0 0 0 0

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

T 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pct. .800 .700 .700 .400 .400 .000

Pct. .900 .800 .400 .400 .300 .200

Pct. .909 .773 .583 .500 .500 .167 .125

Pct. .875 .846 .808 .423 .411 .360 .188 .043

Pct. .815 .741 .692 .667 .444 .357 .214 .107

Pct. .923 .750 .708 .571 .462 .429 .179 .036

Pct. .813 .719 .688 .568 .531 .438 .313 .281 .156

W L 28 16 26 20 35 19 38 25 22 26 5 26

W L 25 20 30 21 33 25 20 37 20 32 7 36

W L 48 9 36 21 38 24 33 21 23 22 9 36 23 36

W L 52 10 51 13 49 16 26 22 25 30 22 30 21 29 6 42

W L 43 17 31 20 50 19 40 15 24 19 21 39 12 36 14 44

W L 51 11 43 16 32 22 31 22 32 26 27 30 18 32 13 48

W L 51 14 55 14 44 18 37 25 26 28 30 30 24 38 19 38 17 40

T 0 1 0 0 0 0

Pct. .636 .565 .648 .603 .458 .161

T 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pct. .556 .588 .569 .351 .385 .163

T 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pct. .836 .632 .613 .611 .511 .200 .469

T 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0

Pct. .839 .797 .754 .531 .455 .425 .422 .125

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

Pct. .717 .608 .725 .727 .558 .350 .250 .237

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pct. .823 .729 .593 .585 .552 .474 .360 .213

T 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

Pct. .785 .797 .710 .595 .481 .500 .387 .333 .298


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WAC

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Fresno State New Mexico Hawai‘i San Diego State Utah UNLV Colorado State Tulsa San Jose State

Fresno State Hawai‘i Loyola Marymount Portland State Tulsa San Jose State

Fresno State Hawai‘i Loyola Marymount Portland State San Jose State Tulsa

2002

Fresno State Tulsa Hawai‘i Loyola Marymount Portland State San Jose State Louisiana Tech

2003

Hawai‘i Fresno State San Jose State Tulsa Louisiana Tech Nevada

2004

Fresno State Tulsa Nevada Louisiana Tech Hawai‘i San Jose State UTEP

W L 24 0 14 7 16 8 16 8 8 11 8 16 6 14 6 17 2 19

W L 16 2 11 9 10 10 8 10 7 13 6 14

W L 13 3 16 4 10 10 9 11 5 15 3 13

W L 18 6 15 9 15 9 14 10 11 13 8 16 3 21

W L 17 3 14 4 8 10 8 12 6 14 5 15

W L 20 4 16 5 13 11 10 11 10 14 9 13 1 21

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

T 0 0 0 0 0 0

T 0 0 0 0 0 0

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

T 0 0 0 0 0 0

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pct. .933 .733 .594 .552 .452 .406 .345 .267 .250

Pct. 1.000 .667 .667 .667 .421 .333 .300 .261 .095

Pct. .889 .550 .500 .444 .350 .300

Pct. .813 .800 .500 .450 .250 .188

Pct. .750 .625 .625 .583 .458 .333 .125

Pct. .850 .778 .444 .400 .276 .250

Pct. .833 .762 .542 .476 .417 .409 .045

W L 52 11 46 15 36 21 30 21 24 35 21 30 26 33 20 36 23 40

W L 65 10 42 14 35 23 24 24 28 27 18 31 17 24 19 39 13 47

W L 54 14 25 24 36 27 22 34 20 32 19 37

W L 39 19 46 18 37 22 25 36 26 41 13 42

W L 50 20 48 16 35 25 38 34 22 35 24 44 21 27

W L 40 20 36 22 26 35 34 29 16 42 22 35

W L 48 20 45 18 38 28 27 33 28 33 16 35 8 46

T 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pct. .825 .754 .632 .588 .407 .412 .441 .357 .365

T 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pct. .867 .750 .603 .500 .509 .367 .415 .328 .217

T 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pct. .794 .510 .571 .393 .385 .339

T 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pct. .672 .719 .627 .410 .388 .236

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pct. .714 .750 .583 .515 .386 .362 .438

T 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pct. .667 .621 .426 .540 .276 .386

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pct. .706 .714 .576 .450 .459 .314 .148

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Overall

W L 28 2 22 8 19 13 16 13 14 17 13 19 11 21 8 22 8 24

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WAC

Fresno State Hawai‘i Utah Colorado State San Diego State UNLV San Jose State Tulsa New Mexico

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2005 WAC

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2006 WAC

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2007

WAC

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2008

WAC

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2009

WAC

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Fresno State Hawai‘i Tulsa San Jose State Nevada UTEP Louisiana Tech

Fresno State San Jose State Hawai‘i Nevada New Mexico State Louisiana Tech Utah State

Hawai‘i Fresno State New Mexico State Nevada San Jose State Utah State Louisiana Tech

Nevada Fresno State Hawai‘i Louisiana Tech New Mexico State San Jose State Utah State

Nevada Fresno State Hawai‘i Louisiana Tech New Mexico State San Jose State Boise State Utah State

W L 17 1 12 6 11 7 10 8 8 10 3 15 2 16

W L 12 3 11 6 10 7 9 9 8 9 6 11 3 14

W L 16 2 15 3 9 9 9 9 6 12 5 13 3 15

W L 16 2 14 3 10 7 7 10 7 11 5 13 2 15

W L 15 5 15 5 15 6 12 8 11 9 6 15 4 16 3 17

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T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pct. .944 .667 .611 .556 .444 .167 .111

Pct. .800 .647 .588 .500 .471 .353 .176

Pct. .889 .833 .500 .500 .451 .278 .167

Pct. .889 .824 .588 .412 .389 .278 .118

Pct. .750 .750 .714 .600 .550 .286 .250 .150

W L 43 12 31 21 31 20 36 25 22 31 16 38 18 49

W L 37 19 23 27 32 22 33 33 26 23 18 31 8 38

W L 50 13 47 18 31 27 28 31 23 28 17 36 22 38

W L 44 18 54 13 40 21 37 29 26 36 26 35 14 34

W L 40 19 38 20 30 24 34 23 33 21 19 37 22 30 10 37

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pct. .781 .596 .508 .590 .415 .296 .269

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pct. .661 .460 .593 .500 .531 .367 .174

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pct. .794 .723 .545 .475 .451 .321 .368

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pct. .710 .806 .656 .561 419 .426 .292

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pct. .678 .655 .556 .596 .611 .339 .423 .213


WAC ALL-TIME STANDINGS WAC Games W L T 84 17 0 306 70 0 137 67 0 189 97 0 58 44 1 75 61 0 34 30 0 93 88 0 35 37 0 57 63 0 28 34 0 93 120 1 78 127 0 78 131 0 7 13 0 97 184 0 49 107 0 4 16 0 13 60 0 4 36 0 11 112 0

Pct. .832 .814 .672 .661 .568 .551 .531 .514 .486 .475 .452 .437 .380 .373 .350 .345 .314 .250 .178 .100 .089

*Cal State Northridge Fresno State Hawai‘i *Utah *Cal State Sacramento *Loyola Marymount *Colorado State Nevada New Mexico State *New Mexico *Creighton *Tulsa *San Diego State *UNLV Boise State Louisiana Tech *Portland State San Jose State Utah State *UTEP *Southern Utah

All Games W L T 186 52 1 806 287 0 475 284 3 262 158 0 133 92 1 111 83 0 200 160 1 227 195 0 116 107 0 215 204 0 58 57 0 227 246 0 192 245 2 44 59 0 22 30 0 172 245 0 69 105 0 301 462 0 49 145 0 24 84 0 48 190 0

Pct. .780 .737 .625 .624 .591 .572 .556 .538 .520 .513 .504 .480 .439 .427 .423 .412 .397 .394 .253 .222 .202

TEAM CHAMPIONS (Regular-Season) Year Team Record 1991 Utah 28-16, 8-2 WAC 1992 Utah 25-20, 9-1 WAC 1993 Cal State Northridge 48-9-1, 20-2 WAC 1994 Cal State Northridge 52-10, 21-3 WAC 1995 Cal State Northridge 43-17, 22-5 WAC 1996 Fresno State 51-11, 24-2 WAC 1997 Colorado State 51-14, 26-6 WAC 1998 Fresno State 52-11, 28-2 WAC 1999 Fresno State 65-10, 24-0 WAC 2000 Fresno State 54-14/16-2 WAC Fresno State 39-19/13-3 WAC 2001 2002 Fresno State 50-20/18-6 WAC 2003 Hawai‘i 40-20/17-3 WAC 2004 Fresno State 48-20/20-4 WAC 2005 Fresno State 43-12/17-1 WAC 2006 Fresno State 37-19/12-2 WAC 2007 Hawai‘i 50-13/16-2 WAC 2008 Nevada 44-18/16-2 WAC 2009 Fresno State 38-20/15-5 WAC Nevada 40-19/15-5 WAC

Runner-Up San Diego State New Mexico Cal State Sacramento Utah Utah Cal State Northridge Fresno State Hawai‘i New Mexico Hawai‘i Hawai‘i Tulsa Hawai‘i Fresno State Tulsa Hawai‘i San Jose State Fresno State Fresno State Hawai’i

Record 26-20-1, 7-3 WAC 30-21, 8-2 WAC 36-21, 17-5 WAC 51-13, 22-4 WAC 31-20, 20-7 WAC 43-16, 21-7 WAC 55-14, 23-9 WAC 46-15, 22-8 WAC 42-14, 14-7 WAC 25-24/11-9 WAC 46-18/16-4 WAC 48-16/15-9 WAC 35-25/15-9 WAC 36-22/14-4 WAC 45-18/16-5 WAC 31-21/12-6 WAC 23-27/11-6 WAC 47-18/15-3 WAC 54-18/14-3 WAC 30-24/15-6 WAC

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*as a WAC member

THE SCHOOLS

*Cal State Northridge Fresno State *Utah Hawai‘i *Cal State Sacramento Nevada *Loyola Marymount *Colorado State New Mexico State *UNLV *Portland State *San Diego State *Tulsa *New Mexico *Creighton San Jose State Louisiana Tech Boise State Utah State *UTEP *Southern Utah

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COACHING RECORDS

WAC RECORDS & HISTORY

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Year School W L T Pct 2003 Whittier College 2004 Whittier College 2005 Whittier College 12 25 0 2006 Whittier College 5 35 0 2007 Whittier College 23 17 0 .575 2009 Boise State 22 30 0 .423 Totals (6 Years) 72 171 0 .296 BSU Totals (1 Year) 22 30 0 .423

Margie Wright, Fresno State Year School 1980 Illinois State 1981 Illinois State 1982 Illinois State 1983 Illinois State 1984 Illinois State 1985 Illinois State 1986 Fresno State 1987 Fresno State 1988 Fresno State 1989 Fresno State 1990 Fresno State 1991 Fresno State 1992 Fresno State 1993 Fresno State 1994 Fresno State 1995 Fresno State 1996 Fresno State 1997 Fresno State 1998 Fresno State 1999 Fresno State 2000 Fresno State 2001 Fresno State 2002 Fresno State 2003 Fresno State 2004 Fresno State 2005 Fresno State 2006 Fresno State 2007 Fresno State 2008 Fresno State 2009 Fresno State Totals (30 Years) FS Totals (24 Years)

W L 28 9 40 12 24 19 16 16 24 18 31 18 *38 16 54 16 55 17 58 14 62 15 57 11 52 16 38 24 49 16 50 19 51 11 55 14 52 11 65 10 54 14 39 19 50 20 36 22 48 20 43 12 37 19 47 18 54 13 38 20 1345 479 1182 387

T Pct 1 .750 0 .769 1 .556 0 .500 0 .571 0 .633 1 .710 0 .771 0 .763 0 .805 0 .805 0 .838 0 .767 0 .613 0 .754 0 .725 0 .832 0 .797 0 .825 0 .867 0 .794 0 .674 0 .714 0 .621 0 .706 0 .782 0 .661 0 .723 0 .806 0 .655 3 .737 1 .754

WAC Record/Finish

— 4-16/7th 4-16/.250

WAC Record/Finish — — — — — — — — — — — — — 14-10/3rd 21-5/3rd 18-8/3rd 24-2/1st 23-9/2nd 28-2/1st 24-0/1st 16-2/1st 13-3/1st 18-6/1st 14-4/2nd 20-4/1st 17-1/1st 12-3/1st 15-3/2nd 14-3/2nd 15-5/T-1st 306-70/.814

*The team won 40 games, but Wright is only credited with 38 wins because forfeits don’t count towards a coach’s record.

Bob Coolen, Hawai‘i

Year School W L 1985 Bentley 7 16 1986 Bentley 13 13 1987 Bentley 16 10 1988 Bentley 15 29 1989 Bentley 21 25 1992 Hawai‘i 34 33 1993 Hawai‘i 24 35 1994 Hawai‘i 51 14 1995 Hawai‘i 47 21 1996 Hawai‘i 36 25 1997 Hawai‘i 37 25 1998 Hawai‘i 46 15 1999 Hawai‘i 35 23 2000 Hawai‘i 25 24 2001 Hawai‘i 46 18 2002 Hawai‘i 35 25 2003 Hawai‘i 40 20 2004 Hawai‘i 28 33 2005 Hawai‘i 31 21 2006 Hawai‘i 32 22 2007 Hawai‘i 50 13 2008 Hawai‘i 40 21 2009 Hawai‘i 30 24 Totals (23 Years) 739 505 Hawai‘i Totals (18 Years) 667 412

T Pct 0 .304 0 .500 0 .615 0 .340 0 .456 0 .504 0 .407 0 .785 0 .703 0 .590 1 .595 0 .754 0 .603 0 .510 0 .719 0 .583 0 .667 0 .417 0 .508 0 .593 0 .795 0 .656 0 .556 1 .594 1 .618

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WAC Record/Finish — — — — — — — — — — 18-14/4th 22-8/2nd 16-8/T-2nd 11-9/2nd 16-4/2nd 15-9/T-2nd 17-3/1st 10-14/5th 12-6/2nd 10-7/3rd 16-2/1st 10-7/3rd 15-6/3rd 188-97/.660

In 2002, Fresno State head coach Margie Wright became the first Division I head coach to amass 1,000 Division I wins.

Sarah Dawson, Louisiana Tech Year School W L 2003 Louisiana Tech 16 42 2004 Louisiana Tech 27 33 2005 Louisiana Tech 18 49 2006 Louisiana Tech 18 31 2007 Louisiana Tech 22 38 2008 Louisiana Tech 37 29 2009 Louisiana Tech 34 23 LA Tech Totals (7 Years) 172 245

T Pct 0 .276 0 .450 0 .269 0 .367 0 .368 0 .561 0 .596 0 .412

WAC Record/Finish 6-14/5th 10-11/4th 2-16/7th 6-11/6th 3-15/7th 7-10/4th 12-8/4th 46-85/.351

T Pct 0 .678 0 .678

WAC Record/Finish 15-5/T1st 15-5/.750

Matt Meuchel, Nevada Year School 2009 Nevada Nevada Totals (1 Year)

W L 40 19 40 19

Kathy Rodolph, New Mexico State Year School W L 2002 Angelo State 50 9 2003 Angelo State 22 22 2004 New Mexico State 14 49 2005 New Mexico State 29 31 2006 New Mexico State 26 23 2007 New Mexico State 31 27 2008 New Mexico State 26 36 2009 New Mexico State 33 21 Totals (8 Years) 231 218 NMSU Totals (6 Years) 159 187

T Pct 0 .847 0 .500 0 .222 0 .442 0 .531 0 .545 0 .419 0 .611 0 .501 0 .460

WAC Record/Finish — — — — 8-9/5th 9-9/T 3rd 7-11/5th 11-9/5th

T Pct 0 .451 0 .426 0 .339 0 .405

WAC Record/Finish 6-12/5th 5-13/6th 6-15/6th 17-40/.298

35-38/.479

Peter Turner, San Jose State Year School 2007 San Jose State 2008 San Jose State 2009 San Jose State SJSU Totals (3 Years)

W L 23 28 26 35 19 37 68 100


WAC HONORS

Pitcher of the Year Amanda Scott, Fresno State Amanda Scott, Fresno State Amanda Scott, Fresno State Desiree Duran, Hawai‘i Jamie Southern, Fresno State Jamie Southern, Fresno State Melissa Coogan, Hawai‘i Jamie Southern, Fresno State Jamie Southern, Fresno State Robin Mackin, Fresno State Kate Robinson, Hawai‘i Morgan Melloh, Fresno State Katie Holverson, Nevada

Louisiana Tech’s Amberly Waits was the first Lady Techster player to ever earn WAC Player of the Year in 2009.

Freshman of the Year 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Deb DiMeglio, Utah Heather Medearis, New Mexico Tami Blunt, CS Sacramento Ali Andrus, Utah Sarah Fredstrom, Colorado State Lindsay Parker, Fresno State Amanda Scott, Fresno State Becky Witt, Fresno State Kristen Hunter, Fresno State Jackie Jiminez, San Jose State Stacey Porter, Hawai‘i Jamie Southern, Fresno State Christina Clark, Fresno State Nichole Willis, Fresno State Kaulana Gould, Hawai‘i Robin Mackin, Fresno State Katie Grimes, Hawai‘i Morgan Melloh, Fresno State Stephanie Ricketts, Hawai‘i

Nevada’s Katie Holverson was WAC Pitcher of the Year in 2009.

WAC RECORDS & HISTORY

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

Fresno State’s Christina Clark is the only three-time WAC Player of the Year in conference history.

Jo Evans, Utah Susan Craig & Ken Johnson, New Mexico Kathy Strahan, CS Sacramento Jo Evans, Utah Janet Sherman, CS Northridge Margie Wright, Fresno State Candi Letts, Colorado State Margie Wright, Fresno State Margie Wright, Fresno State Susan Craig, New Mexico Gary Ferrin, Loyola Marymount Margie Wright, Fresno State Jamie Pinkerton, Tulsa Bob Coolen, Hawai‘i Jamie Pinkerton, Tulsa Margie Wright, Fresno State Dee-Dee Enabenter-Omidji, SJSU Bob Coolen, Hawai‘i Michelle Gardner, Nevada Margie Wright, Fresno State

THE SCHOOLS

Coach of the Year 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Charmelle Green, Utah Dena Mullins, New Mexico Beth Calcante, CS Northridge Amy Timmel, Utah Scia Maumausolo, CS Northridge Nina Lindenberg, Fresno State Nikki Johnson, Colorado State Nina Lindenberg, Fresno State Angela Cervantez, Fresno State Dana Degen, Hawai‘i Kate Judd, Hawai‘i Kate Judd, Hawai‘i Stacey Porter, Hawai‘i Christina Clark, Fresno State Christina Clark, Fresno State Christina Clark, Fresno State Tyleen Tausaga, Hawai‘i Vanessa Briones, Nevada Amberly Waits, Louisiana Tech

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Player of the Year 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Hawai’i’s Stephanie Ricketts earned WAC Freshman of the Year honors in 2009.

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ALL-WAC TEAMS ABOUT THE WAC

First Team Terri Bailey, New Mexico Kelly Brookhart, Creighton Debbie Burford, San Diego State Sue Campbell, San Diego State Stephanie Chapel, San Diego State Deb DiMeglio, Utah Christina Freeman, Utah Charmelle Green, Utah Jody Lunz, New Mexico Gloria Marcott, New Mexico Lisa Perettie, San Diego State Stephanie Smith, New Mexico

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1991

Honorable Mention Kim Braatz, New Mexico Amy Cowley, Utah Julie Garcia, New Mexico Heather Hobbs, Southern Utah Teri Klement, Colorado State Trina Packard, Southern Utah Tracy Rice, Creighton Lisa Sciarrino, Colorado State Amy Smith, Colorado State Amy Timmel, Utah Teir Wilbur, Creighton

WAC RECORDS & HISTORY

1992

First Team Julie Clancy, San Diego State Deb DiMeglio, Utah Julie Garcia, New Mexico Gaylyn Hoshide, Utah Gloria Marcott, New Mexico Wendy Moon, Creighton Dena Mullins, New Mexico Stephanie Smith, New Mexico Amy Timmel, Utah Tina Trujillo, Colorado State Christie Dunckel, San Diego State Janet Womack, Utah Honorable Mention Tracey Andrews, San Diego State Terri Bailey, New Mexico Sue Barrett, Southern Utah Amy Cowley, Utah Barb Dotson, San Diego State Jenny Hambly, San Diego State Karen McCormick, San Diego State Julie Osborne, Colorado State Jennifer Roberts, Colorado State Tara Tremblay, Southern Utah

1993

First Team Kathy Blake, CS Northridge Tami Blunt, CS Sacramento Beth Calcante, CS Northridge Deb DiMeglio, Utah Tamara Ivie, CS Northridge Angela Jeter, CS Sacramento Kim Maher, Fresno State Donna McDaniel, Fresno State Kim Meyer, CS Sacramento Dena Mullins, New Mexico Amy Timmel, Utah Amy Windmiller, CS Northridge

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Honorable Mention Stephanie Chapel, San Diego State Casey Coffman, New Mexico Jen Fleming, CS Northridge Marcie Green, Fresno State Melissa Halkinrude, Utah Gaylyn Hoshide, Utah Denise Johnson, Southern Utah Alycia Lawton, Freson State Scia Maumausolo, CS Northridge Vicky Rios, CS Northridge Jenny Schultz, CS Sacramento Laurel Simmons, Utah Kim Weitzmann, CS Sacramento Christa Yorke, Fresno State

1994

First Team Ali Andrus, Utah Kathy Blake, CS Northridge Michelle Bolt, Fresno State Maureen Brady, Fresno State Beth Calcante, CS Northridge Deb DiMeglio, Utah Marnie Hill, New Mexico Tamara Ivie, CS Northridge Shannon Jones, CS Northridge Kim Maher, Fresno State Amy Timmel, Utah Amy Windmiller, CS Northridge Robyn Yorke, Fresno State Honorable Mention Cyndee Bennett, Utah Laura Berg, Fresno State Gina Givogri, CS Sacramento Gaylyn Hoshide, Utah Malia Kuenzli, Colorado State Scia Maumausolo, CS Northridge Heather Medearis, New Mexico Heather Olsen, Southern Utah Shanon Pouelsen, San Diego State Vicky Rios, CS Northridge Jennifer Roberts, Colorado State Jenny Schultz, CS Sacramento Stephanie Smith, New Mexico Wendy Stewart, Utah Christa Yorke, Fresno State

1995

First Team Ali Andrus, Utah Cyndee Bennett, Utah Laura Berg, Fresno State Randi Berg, Fresno State Kathy Blake-Small, CS Northridge Maureen Brady, Fresno State Susie Bugliarello, CS Sacramento Casey Coffman, New Mexico Sarah Fredstrom, Colorado State Janelle Ito, CS Sacramento Scia Maumausolo, CS Northridge Stacie Reynolds, Utah Jennifer Richardson, CS Northridge Jenny Schultz, CS Sacramento Robyn Yorke, Fresno State Second Team Tami Blunt, CS Sacramento Karen Bono, Utah Michelle Cash, New Mexico Jenifer Henry, Fresno State

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Malia Kuenzli, Colorado State Chelo Lopez, CS Northridge Pam McKissick, Utah Heather Medearis, New Mexico Jennifer Parker, CS Northridge Shanon Pouelsen, San Diego State

1996

First Team Cyndee Bennett, Utah Susie Bugliarello, CS Sacramento Jennifer Clark, Fresno State Casey Coffman, New Mexico Sarah Fredstrom, Colorado State Tara Glaister, CS Northridge Jenifer Henry, Fresno State Nina Lindenberg, Fresno State Chelo Lopez, CS Northridge Scia Maumausolo, CS Northridge Lindsay Parker, Fresno State Amy ReCouper, Colorado State Sandy Rhea, Utah Jennifer Richardson, CS Northridge Jenny Schultz, CS Sacramento Second Team Ali Andrus, Utah Randi Berg, Fresno State Renee Bergeron, New Mexico Karen Bono, Utah Christy Burge, Southern Utah Jaimie Clark, San Diego State Erryn Gutjahr, San Diego State Kelley Spence, Colorado State Kelly White, San Diego State Robyn Yorke, Fresno State

1997

First Team Laura Berg, Fresno State Jennifer Buford, Colorado State Alyson Carter, Colorado State Danielle Cassara, New Mexico Julie Crandall, UNLV Dana Degen, Hawai‘i Nikki Johnson, Colorado State Sandy Rhea, Utah Kim Rondina, UNLV Robyn Yorke, Fresno State Second Team Maya Garcia, San Jose State Marnie Hill, New Mexico Nina Lindenberg, Fresno State Tia Morenz, Hawai‘i Stephanie Norton, Colorado State Amanda Scott, Fresno State Pam Slade, Utah Amber Solano, Colorado State Jackie Van Hooydonk, New Mexico Stephanie Wiese, Hawai‘i

1998

First Team Laura Berg, Fresno State Kehau Cofran, Hawai‘i Dana Degen, Hawai‘i Nina Lindenberg, Fresno State Joyce Lum, Hawai‘i Melissa McGie, Hawai‘i Tia Morenz, Hawai‘i Sandy Rhea, Utah

Amanda Scott, Fresno State Carolyn Wilson, Fresno State Second Team Alyson Buford, Colorado State Alyson Carter, Colorado State Julie Crandall, UNLV Jennifer Ellinger, San Jose State Sarah Fredstrom, Colorado State Kelly Gentle, Hawai‘i Jaime Maxey, Fresno State Jenny Monson, Utah Holly Schmillen, Colorado State Becky Witt, Fresno State

1999

First Team Angela Cervantez, Fresno State Dana Degen, Hawai‘i Lindsay Fossatti, Fresno State Rachael Goodpaster, UNLV Lainie Horne, New Mexico Sara Hyzer, Colorado State Melissa McGie, Hawai‘i Kellie Labor, San Diego State Nicole Miller, UNLV Amanda Scott, Fresno State Second Team Alyson Carter, Colorado State Raven Coberg, UNLV Alicia Dowland, Fresno State Sarah Farnworth, Utah Kristen Hunter, Fresno State Lovie Jung, Fresno State Chris Puccio, San Diego State Dawn Reed, Tulsa Sunny Smith, Utah Erica Vollweiller, UNLV Becky Witt, Fresno State

2000

First Team Kimberly Bentley, San Jose State Kim Bisset, Loyola Marymount Dana Degen, Hawai‘i Lindsay Fossatti, Fresno State Jackie Jiminez, San Jose State Lovie Jung, Fresno State Joyce Lum, Hawai‘i Ann Mesman, Tulsa Amanda Scott, Fresno State Becky Witt, Fresno State Second Team Kiauna Anderson, Portland State Angela Cervantez, Fresno State Desiree Duran, Hawai‘i Laura Eckley, Loyola Marymount Heather Gelhorn, Loyola Marymount Jessica Guerrero, Portland State Alicia Russell, Portland State Jessie Smith, Tulsa Roxanne Staniorski, San Jose State Anna Trauernicht, Loyola Marymount

2001

First Team Christy Cerecedes, Loyola Marymount Desiree Duran, Hawai‘i Lindsay Fossatti, Fresno State Natalie Gonzales, Hawai‘i


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2002

Second Team Vanessa Czarnecki, Fresno State Emily Foltz, Loyola Marymount Laura Freels, Portland State Magumi Hackett, Portland State Stacie Hirano, Hawai‘i Veronica Ramos, Hawai‘i Jenny Magill, Tulsa Monica Martell, Portland State Leticia Pacheco, Fresno State Tiffany Whipple, Fresno State Pam West, Fresno State

2003

First Team Christina Clark, Fresno State Mary Cohn, Louisiana Tech Melissa Coogan, Hawai‘i Lori Hoffman, Fresno State Danielle Olsen, Tulsa Stacey Porter, Hawai‘i Trisha Ramos, Hawai‘i Nicole Shan, Fresno State Jamie Southern, Fresno State Brittany Stanley, Louisiana Tech Tracie Uchima, Hawai‘i Pam West, Fresno State Second Team Becca Baldridge, San Jose State April Crowell, Hawai‘i Denise Dahlberg, Hawai‘i Angelina Diaz, Fresno State Maren Genow, Tulsa Heather Hiar, Tulsa Kate Judd, Hawai‘i Stacy Mueller, Nevada Katie Torres, Tulsa Jamie Waldron, Nevada

Second Team April Crowell, Hawai‘i Denise Dahlberg, Hawai‘i Rachel Donaldson, Fresno State Maren Genow, Tulsa Carlie Hill, San Jose State Mitzi Ing, Fresno State Noelle Izumi, Hawai‘i Julie Shafer, Tulsa Stephanie Sliepen, Tulsa Brittany Stanley, Louisiana Tech Tyleen Tausaga, Hawai‘i

2005

First Team Christina Clark, Fresno State Denise Dahlberg, Hawai‘i Sara Dyer, Tulsa Kaulana Gould, Hawai‘i Tara Harbert, Hawai‘i Angela Osbon, Tulsa Leticia Pacheco, Fresno State Candice Rainwater, Nevada Rochelle Sandberg, Louisiana Tech Jamie Southern, Fresno State Tyleen Tausaga, Hawai‘i Lindsey Tower, Tulsa Second Team Elisa Barrios, San Jose State Ashley Bennett, UTEP Melissa Coogan, Hawai‘i Carol Forbes, San Jose State Amber Miles, Louisiana Tech Ashley Ruff, Hawai‘i Julie Shafer, Tulsa Jamie Southern, Fresno State Brittany Stanley, Louisiana Tech Kristin Stith, Nevada Kristin Sylvester, Fresno State Katie Torres, Tulsa Nichole Willis, Fresno State

2006

First Team Emma Barnes, Louisiana Tech Christina Clark, Fresno State Regan Clark, Louisiana Tech Rishelle Gastelum, New Mexico State Kaulana Gould, Hawai‘i Courtney Lewis, San Jose State Stacey Lien, New Mexico State Robin Mackin, Fresno State Haley Perkins, Fresno State Kristi Randall, New Mexico State Rishelle Sandberg, Louisiana Tech Justine Smethurst, Hawai‘i Tyleen Tausaga, Hawai‘i

Second Team Audrey Andrade, Hawai‘i Jenna Cervantez, Fresno State Jessica Elson, Louisiana Tech Sara Flemin, Utah State Shannon Garvin, Fresno State Carlie Hill, San Jose State Mailei Hilva, New Mexico State Sarah Hunt, Nevada Quela Leonhardt, Utah State Jordan McPherson, Nevada Tanisha Milca, Hawai‘i Candice Rainwater, Nevada Mandy Winkley, San Jose State

2007

First Team Emma Barnes, Louisiana Tech Jenna Cervantez, Fresno State Jamie Fife, Utah State Kaulana Gould, Hawai‘i Robin Mackin, Fresno State Liz Perez, San Jose State Haley Perkins, Fresno State Alana Power, Hawai‘i Brittany Puzey, Nevada Kate Robinson, Hawai‘i Tyleen Tausaga, Hawai‘i Clare Warwick, Hawai‘i Nichole Willis, Fresno State Second Team Merryann Barr, Fresno State Michelle Beach, Nevada Katie Grimes, Hawai‘i Stephanie Herrera, New Mexico State Sarah Hunt, Nevada Valana Manuma, Hawai‘i Tanisha Milca, Hawai‘i Brandi Peiler, Hawai‘i Ashley Roszkos, New Mexico State Kym Silagyi, Nevada Justine Smethurst, Hawai‘i Kristin Sylvester, Fresno State Kim Watson, New Mexico State

Brandi Peiler, Hawai‘i Kym Silagyi, Nevada Sarah Taylor, San Jose State Amberly Waits, Louisiana Tech Clare Warwick, Hawai‘i

2009

First Team Kylie Bassett, Louisiana Tech Sam Bias, Nevada Katie Holverson, Nevada Morgan Melloh, Fresno State Noelle Micka, Nevada Tanisha Milca, Hawai‘i Hoku Nohara, New Mexico State Angie Ortega, New Mexico State Haley Perkins, Fresno State Brittany Puzey, Nevada Danielle Sheridan, Louisiana Tech Amanda Tauali‘i, Hawai‘i Amberly Waits, Louisiana Tech Second Team Emma Barnes, Louisiana Tech Makani Duhaylonsod-Kaleimamahu, Hawai‘i Haley Gilleland, Fresno State Tiare Jennings, New Mexico State Meghan Krieg, Louisiana Tech Kanani Pu‘u Warren, Hawai‘i Kristi Randall, New Mexico State Stephanie Ricketts, Hawai‘i Kym Silagyi, Nevada Kelsey Starr, Nevada Caitlin Stiglich, Fresno State Sarah Taylor, San Jose State Clare Warwick, Hawai‘i

2008

WAC RECORDS & HISTORY

First Team Christy Cerecedes, Loyola Marymount Denise Dahlberg, Hawai‘i Lindsay Fossatti, Fresno State Trisha Gomes, Loyola Marymount Natalie Gonzales, Hawai‘i Kate Judd, Hawai‘i Stacey Porter, Hawai‘i Jessie Smith, Tulsa Jamie Southern, Fresno State Sami Strinz, Loyola Marymount

First Team Bridget Broadnax, Louisiana Tech Christina Clark, Fresno State Mary Cohn, Louisiana Tech Heather Hiar, Tulsa Amber Miles, Louisiana Tech Kelly Miller, Tulsa Candice Rainwater, Nevada Jamie Southern, Fresno State Katie Torres, Tulsa Tracie Uchima, Hawai‘i Nichole Willis, Fresno State

THE SCHOOLS

Second Team Vanessa Applegate, Portland State Laura Eckley, Loyola Marymount Stacie Hirano, Hawai‘i Leslie Poole, Frenso State Veronica Ramos, Hawai‘i Marissa Smith, Portland State Roxanne Staniorski, San Jose State Tiffany Whipple, Fresno State Tyree Woodruff, Hawai‘i Amy Walter, San Jose State

2004

ABOUT THE WAC

Kate Judd, Hawai‘i Brandi McGuire, Tulsa Michelle Murnam, Hawai‘i Stacey Porter, Hawai‘i Anna Trauernicht, Loyola Marymount Becky Witt, Fresno State

First Team Vanessa Briones, Nevada Jenna Cervantez, Fresno State Kayla Dunn, Utah State Kaulana Gould, Hawai‘i Jessica Kirby, Louisiana Tech Jordan McPherson, Nevada Morgan Melloh, Fresno State Noelle Micka, Nevada Danielle Patrick, Nevada Brittany Puzey, Nevada Kate Robinson, Hawai‘i Amy Schaible, Utah State Kelsey Starr, Nevada Second Team Audrey Andrade, Hawai‘i Regan Clark, Louisiana Tech Stephanie Herrera, New Mexico State Katie Holverson, Nevada Stacey Lien, New Mexico State Tanisha Milca, Hawai‘i Britton Murdock, Nevada Krissi Oliver, Louisiana Tech

Fresno State’s Haley Perkins was a three-time first team all-WAC honoree.

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THE SCHOOLS

ABOUT THE WAC

1991 Amy Cowley, Utah Jennifer Fotheringham, Utah Heather Hobbs, Southern Utah Teri Klement, Colorado State Lorrie McGill, Creighton Lorrie Muir, Southern Utah Trina Packard, Southern Utah Joni Reynolds, Southern Utah Aimee Rice, Colorado State Tracy Stowe, San Diego State Teir Wilbur, Creighton Kristy Wirth, Colorado State

1992 Amy Cowley, Utah Amy Dillon, Utah Julie Garcia, New Mexico Melissa Halkinrude, Utah Kimberly Johnson, Colorado State Theresa Laguna, New Mexico Julie Osborne, Colorado State Aimee Rice, Colorado State Jennifer Roberts, Colorado State Christa Robison, Colorado State Jamie Sibley, Utah Wendy Stewart, Utah Sara Stout, Colorado State Tracy Stowe, San Diego State

1993 Susan Barratt, Southern Utah Jennifer Hambly, San Diego State Theresa Laguna, New Mexico Donna McDaniel, Fresno State Lorrie Muir, Southern Utah Shannon Munger, Fresno State Audrey Richards, Southern Utah Christa Yorke, Fresno State

1996 Ali Andrus, Utah Jennifer Briscoe, San Diego State Courtney Cooley, CS Northridge Heather Olsen, Southern Utah Andrea Moore, Utah Tiffany Ray, CS Sacramento Sandy Rhea, Utah Michelle Rude, Fresno State Tanya Saavedra, New Mexico Shelby Wilcox, CS Northridge Kim Wright, CS Sacramento Robyn Yorke, Fresno State

1997 Nicole Abeyta, New Mexico Ali Andrus-Sagas, Utah Lisa Bothwell, Tulsa Jennifer Briscoe, San Diego State Bonnie Bruton, Tulsa Kristy Byrge, New Mexico Melissa Krolik, New Mexico Jaime Maxey, Fresno State Sarah Murr, Tulsa Gina Punaro, San Diego State Danielle Robertshaw, New Mexico Kim Rondina, UNLV Michelle Rude, Fresno State Victoria Ruelas, San Jose State Laynie Sueyasu, Hawai‘i Christine Viernes, Hawai‘i Robyn Yorke, Fresno State

1998

Gina Givogri, CS Sacramento Denise Johnson, Southern Utah Lynn Lohmeier, CS Sacramento Kimberly Maughan, Southern Utah Andrea Moore, Utah Jennifer Roberts, Colorado State Danelle Sandberg, Southern Utah Threse Sheaman, CS Sacramento Kami Shrock, Southern Utah Lee Ann Taylor, CS Northridge Christa Yorke, Fresno State

Nicole Abeyta, New Mexico Keao Chang, UNLV Nikki Dequin, San Jose State Danielle Ferreira, UNLV Sara Fredstrom, Colorado State Erryn Gutjahr, San Diego State Sara Hyzer, Colorado State Amberly Johnson, Utah Melissa Krolik, New Mexico Joyce Lum, Hawai‘i Jamie Maxey, Fresno State Gina Punaro, San Diego State Keri Rooney, San Diego State Amanda Scott, Fresno State Nicole Wilkenson, Utah

1995

1999

1994

Ali Andrus, Utah Kristina DeGooyer, Southern Utah Janet Jensen, Southern Utah Terri Laguna, New Mexico Stephanie Lickliter, Southern Utah Lynn Lohmeier, CS Sacramento Andi Moore, Utah Heather Olsen, Southern Utah Threse Sheaman, CS Sacramento Kami Shrock, Southern Utah 78

Lee Ann Taylor, CS Northridge Robyn Yorke, Fresno State

Nicole Abeyta, New Mexico Kim Bentley, San Jose State Dawn Kanani Bona, Hawai‘i Candice Bowlin, Fresno State Tiffany Chambers, New Mexico Vanessa Czarnecki, Fresno State Nikki Dequin, San Jose State Alicia Dowland, Fresno State Marianna Fenelli, New Mexico Lindsay Fossatti, Fresno State

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Erryn Gutjahr, San Diego State Kerri Hasselbar, Tulsa Sara Hyzer, Colorado State Amberly Johnson, Utah Elizabeth Karabensh, Colorado State Kristina Keene, New Mexico Kyla Kiester, Colorado State Amanda Kocis, Colorado State Melissa Krolik, New Mexico Joyce Lum, Hawai‘i Jamie Maxey, Fresno State Molly McLean, Utah Tiffany Redding, Tulsa Dawn Reed, Tulsa Danielle Robertshaw, New Mexico Tamara Simpson, San Diego State Jennifer Slaney, Fresno State Cayley Warner, New Mexico Nicole Wilkinson, Utah Becky Witt, Fresno State

2000 Kim Bentley, San Jose State Kari Curtis, Tulsa Vanessa Czarnecki, Fresno State Alicia Dowland, Fresno State Lindsay Fossatti, Fresno State Jessica Guerrero, Portland State Kerri Hasselbar, Tulsa Stacie Hirano, Hawai‘i Kristen Hunter, Fresno State Dianna Lilly, San Jose State Joyce Lum, Hawai‘i Brandi Malone, Tulsa Melissa McGie, Hawai‘i Brandi McGuire, Tulsa Tiffany Redding, Tulsa Dawn Reed, Tulsa Amanda Scott, Fresno State Pam West, Fresno State Becky Witt, Fresno State

2001 Kimberly Bissett, Loyola Marymount Christy Cerecedes, Loyola Marymount Kari Curtis, Tulsa Vanessa Czarnecki, Fresno State Alicia Dowland, Fresno State Laura Eckley, Loyola Marymount Lindsay Fossatti, Fresno State Stacie Hirano, Hawai‘i Dianna Lilly, San Jose State Kyla Malone, Tulsa Brandi McGuire, Tulsa Danielle Olsen, Tulsa Corianne Rogalsky, Loyola Marymount Anna Trauernicht, Loyola Marymount Christy Watkins, Tulsa Tiffany Whipple, Fresno State Becky Witt, Fresno State

2002 Elisa Barrios, San Jose State Leah Beasley, Louisiana Tech Kimberly Bissett, Loyola Marymount Lindsay Brownson, Louisiana Tech Christy Cerecedes, Loyola Marymount Vanessa Czarnecki, Fresno State Ami Day, Tulsa Alicia Dowland, Fresno State Lyndsey Dyer, Tulsa Kelli Edelbrock, Loyola Marymount Brianne Ferguson, San Jose State Lindsay Fossatti, Fresno State Tara Hall, San Jose Statem Megan Herscher, Portland State Heather Hiar, Tulsa Stacie Hirano, Hawai‘i Mitzi Ing, Fresno State Kristina Keene, New Mexico Kyla Kiester, Colorado State Amanda Kocis, Colorado State Melissa Krolik, New Mexico Joyce Lum, Hawai‘i Jamie Maxey, Fresno State Molly McLean, Utah Tiffany Redding, Tulsa Dawn Reed, Tulsa Danielle Robertshaw, New Mexico Tamara Simpson, San Diego State Jennifer Slaney, Fresno State Cayley Warner, New Mexico Nicole Wilkinson, Utah Becky Witt, Fresno State

2003 Amber Miles, Louisiana Tech Ami Day, Tulsa Brandi McGuire, Tulsa Brittany Stanley, Louisiana Tech Carrie Mackey, Nevada Cindy Elkins, Nevada Courtney Lewis, San Jose State Danielle Olsen, Tulsa Elisa Barrios, San Jose State Erin Chernicky, Louisiana Tech Holly Reynolds, Tulsa Jamie Southern, Fresno State Justina Kahaku, Hawai‘i Kari Stockhill, Nevada Leah Beasley, Louisiana Tech Marie Jackson, Hawai‘i Megan Nunn, Nevada Mitzi Ing, Fresno State Noelle Izumi, Hawai‘i Pam West, Fresno State Robyn Ford-Feitz, Nevada Sabra Warner, Louisiana Tech Stacey Walkingstick, Tulsa Stacy Mueller, Nevada Tara Hall, San Jose State Tracie Uchima, Hawai‘i


ACADEMIC ALL-WAC

2005 Ashley Ablahani, Nevada Kristy Ballinger, San Jose State Elisa Barrios, San Jose State Leah Beasley, Louisiana Tech Gracie Borjas, UTEP Sandy Carroll, Louisiana Tech Ami Day, Tulsa Sara Dyer, Tulsa Christine Echols, Louisiana Tech Jessica Elson, Louisiana Tech Cynthia Elkins, Nevada Lindsay Galloway, Tulsa Robyn Ford-Feitz, Nevada Louise Harriden, Hawai‘i Tiffany Hoeft, Nevada Noelle Izumi, Hawai‘i Monique Kelley, San Jose State Courtney Lewis, San Jose State Amber Miles, Louisiana Tech Amanda Nesbitt, Fresno State Michelle Newbold, San Jose State Kristen Rupp, Louisiana Tech Jamie Southern, Fresno State Brittany Stanley, Louisiana Tech Lindsey Tower, Tulsa Tracie Uchima, Hawai‘i Stacey Walkingstick, Tulsa Amanda Wise, Nevada Andrianna Zolton, UTEP

2007 Emma Barnes, Louisiana Tech Kylie Bassett, Louisiana Tech Michelle Beach, Nevada Roxanne Bejarano, San Jose State Ashley Bellum, Utah State Jill Bruins, Utah State Mandi Bertsch, Louisiana Tech Jenna Cervantez, Fresno State Regan Clark, Louisiana Tech Samantha Dillard, New Mexico State Shannon Garvin, Fresno State Kelly Harrison, San Jose State Kasey Igarta, San Jose State Samantha Legorreta, Fresno State Stacey Lien, New Mexico State Kayla Luttmers, New Mexico State Kristine Miles, San Jose State Robin Mackin, Fresno State Lindsay Milchovich, Fresno State Amanda Nelson, Fresno State Jamie Nussbaum, New Mexico State Brandi Peiler, Hawai‘i Sarah Offutt, Louisiana Tech Haley Perkins, Fresno State Alexis Perry, Utah State Jenavieve Purcell, New Mexico State Brittany Puzey, Nevada Kristi Randall, New Mexico State Elizabeth Robertson, San Jose State Jasmine Robles, Fresno State

Nicole Rupp, Utah State Aja Scheuber, Fresno State Justine Smethurst, Hawai‘i Danielle Sheridan, Louisiana Tech Katie Stith, Nevada Kristin Stith, Nevada Jami Uragami, Utah State Clare Warwick, Hawai‘i Kim Watson, New Mexico State Ashley White, Fresno State Mandy Winkley, San Jose State Amanda Wise, Nevada

2008 Nicole Angene, Fresno State Emma Barnes, Louisiana Tech Kylie Bassett, Louisiana Tech Roxanne Bejarano, San Jose State Mandi Bertsch, Louisiana Tech Jenna Cervantez, Fresno State Regan Clark, Louisiana Tech Brittany Clifton, New Mexico State Samantha Dillard, New Mexico State Heather Doiron, Louisiana Tech Richelle Gastelum, New Mexico State Haley Gilleland, Fresno State Kaulana Gould, Hawai‘i Kathryn Grimes, Hawai‘i Kayla Hayes, San Jose State Stephanie Herrera, New Mexico State Simone Hubbard, Utah State Kasey Igarta, San Jose State Kandis Jones, New Mexico State Colleen Kimbro, New Mexico State Meghan Krieg, Louisiana Tech Tylee Landon, Utah State Jessica Law, Utah State Stacey Lien, New Mexico State Wanda Malone, Louisiana Tech Morgan Melloh, Fresno State Sarah Offutt, Louisiana Tech Brandi Peiler, Hawai‘i Haley Perkins, Fresno State Brittany Puzey, Nevada Kristi Randall, New Mexico State Kate Robinson, Hawai‘i Nicole Rupp, Utah State Tyler Schafer, Nevada Aja Scheuber, Fresno State Jordan Simmons, Louisiana Tech Caitlin Stiglich, Fresno State Shasta Tyteca, Utah State Richelle Villescas, Nevada Amberly Waits, Louisiana Tech Kim Watson, New Mexico State Ashley White, Fresno State

2009 Alexandra Aguirre, Hawai‘i Julianne Aiello, San Jose State Nicole Angene, Fresno State Tiffany Autry, New Mexico State Jody Badorine, Fresno State Emma Barnes, Louisiana Tech Kylie Bassett, Louisiana Tech Michelle Beach, Nevada Lindsey Benson, Utah State Andrea Bott, San Jose State Kellie Caplan, Boise State Christina Capobianco, Boise State Heather Doiron, Louisiana Tech Rachel Evans, Utah State Julie Franklin, Hawai‘i Richelle Gastelum, New Mexico State Haley Gilleland, Fresno State Kate Greenough, Utah State Kathryn Grimes, Hawai‘i Kayla Hayes, San Jose State Jeanine Hernandez, Utah State Simone Hubbard, Utah State Tiare Jennings, New Mexico State Cami Jones, Utah State Kandis Jones, New Mexico State Meghan Krieg, Louisiana Tech Stacey Lien, New Mexico State Breanna Lopez, San Jose State Wanda Malone, Louisiana Tech Ashley Maroda, New Mexico State Alissa Murphy, San Jose State Amanda Nims, Nevada Dara Pagaduan, Hawai‘i Haley Perkins, Fresno State Ryane Petersen, Fresno State Kaylan Pollard, Fresno State Amanda Pridmore, San Jose State Brittany Puzey, Nevada Kristi Randall, New Mexico State Gina Rawls, Utah State Emily Reilly, Utah State Stephanie Ricketts, Hawai‘i Nicole Rupp, Utah State Nicole Russell, New Mexico State Danielle Sheridan, Louisiana Tech Caitlin Stiglich, Fresno State Megan Suitos, Boise State Ashleigh Viers-Gordillo, Boise State Amberly Waits, Louisiana Tech Clare Warwick, Hawai‘i Kim Watson, New Mexico State Tassarah Weatherly, Boise State Sydney Williard, New Mexico State Laurel Wyatt, Boise State Traci Yoshikawa, Hawai‘i

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WAC RECORDS & HISTORY

Kristy Ballinger, San Jose State Ashley Bellum, Utah State Lindsey Benson, Utah State Shawn Bjarnson, Utah State Paula Blanning, Hawai‘i Sandy Carroll, Louisiana Tech Jenna Cervantez, Fresno State Cynthia Elkins, Nevada Jessica Elson, Louisiana Tech Jamie Fife, Utah State Jessica Garnett, Utah State Wendy Gray, New Mexico State Leslie Higley, Utah State Caroline Hill, San Jose State Kasey Igarta, San Jose State Stacy Knight, New Mexico State Quela Leonhardt, Utah State Courtney Lewis, San Jose State Stacey Lien, New Mexico State Brittany Lorenzen, Nevada Kayla Luttmers, New Mexico State Brandi Peiler, Hawai‘i Alana Power, Hawai‘i Kristi Randall, New Mexico State Kristen Rupp, Louisiana Tech Kasey Sandlin, New Mexico State Anita Schafer, Nevada Heather Straight, Utah State Kari Stockstill, Nevada Kim Watson, New Mexico State Ashley White, Fresno State

THE SCHOOLS

2006

Elisa Barrios, San Jose State Leah Beasley, Louisiana Tech Kristin Blodgette, Louisiana Tech Briley Brasher, Louisiana Tech Bridget Broadnax, Louisiana Tech Erin Chernicky, Louisiana Tech Mary Cohn, Louisiana Tech Ami Day, Tulsa Christine Echols, Louisiana Tech Cynthia Elkins, Nevada Jessica Elson, Louisiana Tech Lindsay Galloway, Tulsa Tara Harbert, Hawai‘i Tiffany Hoeft, Nevada Mitzi Ing, Fresno State Noelle Izumi, Hawai‘i Marie Jackson, Hawai‘i Justina Kahaku, Hawai‘i Moniaue Kelley, San Jose State Courtney Lewis, San Jose State Brittany Lorenzen, Nevada Amber Miles, Louisiana Tech Stacy Mueller, Nevada Stacey Ritter, Hawai‘i Ashley Ruff, Hawai‘i Kristin Rupp, Louisiana Tech Malia Simmons, UTEP Jamie Southern, Fresno State Brittany Stanley, Louisiana Tech Tracie Uchima, Hawai‘i Stacey Walkingstick, Tulsa Sabra Warner, Louisiana Tech Amanda Wise, Nevada

ABOUT THE WAC

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WAC RECORDS & HISTORY

THE SCHOOLS

ABOUT THE WAC

1991

(Selected as Spring Sport Athlete of the Week) April 2 Janet Womack, Utah

1992

April 14 April 21 April 28 May 4

1993

March 30 April 5 April 12 April 19 April 26 May 3 May 10 May 17

1994

Feb. 21 Feb. 28 March 7 March 14 March 21 March 28 April 4 April 11 April 18 April 25 May 2 May 9 May 16

1995

Feb. 13 Feb. 20 Feb. 27 March 6 March 13 March 20 March 27 April 3 April 10 April 17 April 24 May 1 May 8 May 15

Julie Garcia, New Mexico Julie Clancy, San Diego State Stacie Stafford, Colorado State Janet Womack, Utah

Beth Calcante, CS Northridge Tami Blunt, CS Sacramento Beth Calcante, CS Northridge Kim Maher, Fresno State Marcie Green, Fresno State Kim Meyer, CS Sacramento Maureen Brady, Fresno State Tami Blunt, CS Sacramento

Michelle Bolt, Fresno State Lisa Gonzales, San Diego State Amy Timmel, Utah Tamara Ivie, CS Northridge Maureen Brady, Fresno State Amy Windmiller, CS Northridge Gaylyn Hoshide, Utah Shannon Jones, Cs Northridge Kim Maher, Fresno State Maureen Brady, Fresno State Ali Andrus, Utah Michelle Bolt, Fresno State Scia Maumausolo, CS Northridge

Jennifer Clark, Fresno State Scia Maumausolo, CS Northridge Susie Bugliarello, CS Sacramento Robyn Yorke, Fresno State Maureen Brady, Fresno State Ali Andrus, Utah Jill Haas, CS Sacramento Tami Blunt, CS Sacramento Laura Berg, Fresno State Kathy Blake-Small, CS Northridge Karen Bono, Utah Monica Jimenez, Utah Cyndee Bennett, Utah Scia Maumausolo, CS Northridge

1996

(Hitter of the Week listed first, Pitcher of the Week second) Feb. 12 Casey Coffman, New Mexico Jennifer Richardson, CS Northridge Feb. 19 Shanon Rice, San Diego State Renae Mohamed, San Diego Feb. 26 Jenifer Henry, Fresno State Kim Peck, Fresno State March 4 Chelo Lopez, CS Northridge Jennifer Richardson, CS Northridge March 11 Scia Maumausolo, CS Northridge Jennifer Clark, Fresno State March 18 Nina Lindenberg, Fresno State Monica Jimenez, Utah March 25 Scia Maumausolo, CS Northridge Susie Bugliarello, CS Sacramento April 1 Amy ReCouper, Colorado State Lindsay Parker, Fresno State April 8 Cyndee Bennett, Utah

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April 15 April 22 April 29 May 6 May 13

1997

Feb. 10 Feb. 17 Feb. 24 March 3 March 10 March 17 March 24 March 31 April 7 April 14 April 21 April 28 May 5 May 12

Lindsay Parker, Fresno State Nina Lindenberg, Fresno State Tami Blunt, CS Sacramento Sarah Fredstrom, Colorado State Kim Peck, Fresno State Nina Lindenberg, Fresno State Renae Mohamed, San Diego State Cyndee Bennett, Utah Tara Glaister, CS Northridge Jaimie Clark, San Diego State Lindsay Parker, Fresno State

Robyn Yorke, Fresno State Trina Puckett, Fresno State Renae Mohamed, San Diego State Stephanie Wiese, Hawai‘i Renae Mohamed, San Diego State Nikki Johnson, Colorado State Amanda Scott, Fresno State Ali Andrus-Sagas, Utah Amanda Scott, Fresno State Ali Andrus-Sagas, Utah Janis Robinson, New Mexico Amanda Scott, Fresno State Nikki Johnson, Colorado State Kim Rondina, UNLV

1998

(Hitter of the Week listed first, Pitcher of the Week second) Feb. 9 Danielle Cassara, New Mexico Kelly Gentle, Hawai‘i Feb. 16 Jenny Monson, Utah Lindsay Parker, Fresno State Feb. 23 Tiffany Redding, Tulsa Janelle Gonzales, Hawai‘i March 2 Danielle Cassara, New Mexico Lindsay Parker, Fresno State March 9 Nina Lindenberg, Fresno State Sara Farnworth, Utah March 16 Tia Morenz, Hawai‘i Kelly Gentle, Hawai‘i March 23 Laura Berg, Fresno State Lindsay Parker, Fresno State March 30 Sarah Fredstrom, Colorado State Amanda Scott, Fresno State April 7 Julie Crandall, UNLV Amanda Scott, Fresno State April 14 Regina Ka`aihili, Hawai‘i Desiree Duran, Hawai‘i April 21 Nina Lindenberg, Fresno State Tara Atkins, San Diego State April 28 Jennifer Buford, Colorado State Sandra Durazo, San Diego State May 4 Melissa McGie, Hawai‘i Amanda Scott, Fresno State May 11 Karen Kanney, San Jose State Corina Lilly, San Jose State

1999

(Hitter of the Week listed first, Pitcher of the Week second) Feb. 8 Marianna Fenelli, New Mexico Danielle Cassarra, New Mexico Feb. 15 Becky Witt, Fresno State Kelly Gentle, Hawai‘i Feb. 22 Rachael Goodpaster, UNLV Kathy Moore, New Mexico March 1 Stacey Farnworth, Utah Amanda Scott, Fresno State March 8 Nicole Phillips, San Jose State Sandra Durazo, San Diego State

Fresno State’s Becky Witt earned Hitter of the Week honors once in 1999 and once in 2000.

March 15 March 22 March 29 April 5 April 12 April 19 April 26 May 3 May 10

2000

Summer Ehrsam, San Diego State Amanda Scott, Fresno State Geney Orris, UNLV Danielle Cassara, New Mexico Angela Cervantez, Fresno State Amanda Scott, Fresno State Danielle Cassara, New Mexico Lindsay Parker, Fresno State Sara Hyzer, Colorado State Kelly Gentle, Hawai‘i Angela Cervantez, Fresno State Lindsay Parker, Fresno State Danielle Cassara, New Mexico Kelly Gentle, Hawai‘i Alicia Dowland, Fresno State Kristern Hunter, Fresno State Sarah Hershman, San Diego State Kathy Moore, New Mexico

(Hitter of the Week listed first, Pitcher of the Week second) Feb. 7 Roxanne Staniorski, San Jose State Jennifer Holiotes, Loyola Marymount Feb. 14 Tyree Woodruff, Hawai‘i Amanda Scott, Fresno State Feb. 21 Alicia Russell, Portland State Amanda Scott, Fresno State Feb. 28 Melissa McGie, Hawai‘i Desiree Duran, Hawai‘i March 6 Dana Degen, Hawai‘i Amanda Scott, Fresno State March 13 Kara Kanney, San Jose State Amanda Scott, Fresno State March 20 Angela Cervantez, Fresno State Morgan Siebert, Portland State March 27 Becky Witt, Fresno State Amanda Scott, Fresno State April 3 Dana Degen, Hawai‘i Desiree Duran, Hawai‘i April 10 Lovie Jung, Fresno State Amanda Scott, Fresno State April 17 Megumi Hackett, Portland State Amanda Scott Fresno State April 24 Dana Degen, Hawai‘i Jenny Magill, Tulsa May 1 Heather Gelhorn, Loyola Marymount Amanda Scott, Fresno State


WAC PLAYERS OF THE WEEK Dana Degen, Hawai‘i Corianne Rogalsky, Loyola Marymount Kristen Hunter, Fresno State Amanda Scott, Fresno State

2001

(Hitter of the Week listed first, Pitcher of the Week second) Feb. 4 Danielle Kaminaka, Loyola Marymount Sami Strinz, Loyola Marymount Feb. 11 Crissy Strimple, Tulsa Jamie Southern, Fresno State Feb. 18 Lindsay Fossatti, Fresno State Jamie Southern, Fresno State Sami Strinz, Loyola Marymount Feb. 25 Jamie Southern, Fresno State March 4 Christy Cerecedes, Loyola Marymount Jamie Southern, Fresno State

2003

(Hitter of the Week listed first, Pitcher of the Week second) Feb. 10 April Crowell, Hawai‘i Judith van Kampen, Nevada, Feb. 17 Becca Baldridge, San Jose State Ami Day, Tulsa Feb. 24 Cindy Elkins, Nevada Melissa Coogan, Hawai‘i March 3 Brittany Lorenzen, Nevada Laura Ferriera, Fresno State March 10 Denise Dahlberg, Hawai‘i Jamie Southern, Fresno State March 17 Jamie Southern, Fresno State Carol Forbes, San Jose State March 24 Christina Clark, Fresno State Ami Day, Tulsa March 31 April Crowell, Hawai‘i Jamie Southern, Fresno State April 7 Amber Miles, Louisiana Tech Carol Forbes, San Jose State April 14 Christina Clark, Fresno State Maren Genow, Tulsa April 21 Stacey Porter, Hawai‘i Melissa Coogan, Hawai‘i April 28 Lori Hoffman, Fresno State Melissa Coogan, Hawai‘i May 5 Trisha Ramos, Hawai‘i Ami Day, Tulsa May 12 Christina Clark, Fresno State Jamie Southern, Fresno State

2004

Fresno State All-American Jamie Southern was named WAC Pitcher of the Week a record 23 times on her career.

(Hitter of the Week listed first, Pitcher of the Week second) Feb. 9 Jessica Elson, Louisiana Tech Lindsey Dyer, Tulsa Feb. 16 Stephanie Sliepen, Tulsa Jamie Southern, Fresno State Feb. 23 Heather Hiar, Tulsa Julie Fennell, Tulsa March 1 Katie Torres, Tulsa Jamie Southern, Fresno State March 8 Christina Clark, Fresno State Shannon Tabion, Hawai‘i March 15 Stacy Mueller, Nevada Jamie Southern, Fresno State March 22 Christina Clark, Fresno State Julie Fennell, Tulsa March 29 Heather Hiar, Tulsa Laura Ferreira, Fresno State April 5 Christina Clark, Fresno State Shannon Tabion, Hawai‘i

San Jose State’s Carol Forbes was named WAC Pitcher of the Week seven times during her career.

April 12 April 19 April 26 May 3 May 10 May 17

Christina Clark, Fresno State Maren Genow, Tulsa Kelly Miller, Tulsa Jamie Southern, Fresno State Heather Hiar, Tulsa Candice Rainwater, Nevada Denise Dahlberg, Hawai‘i Shannon Tabion, Hawai‘i Candice Rainwater, Nevada Maren Genow, Tulsa Jamie Southern, Fresno State Tiffant Hoeft, Nevada

2005

(Hitter of the Week listed first, Pitcher of the Week second) Feb. 7 Kristi Yoshizawa, Hawai‘i Ami Day, Tulsa Feb. 14 Amy Cameron, Louisiana Tech Julie Fenell, Tulsa Feb. 21 Nichole Willis, Fresno State Carol Forbes, San Jose State Feb. 28 Jamie Southern, Fresno State Jamie Southern, Fresno State March 7 Christina Clark, Fresno State Carol Forbes, San Jose State March 14 Rachel Donaldson, Fresno State Lindsey Meadows, Louisiana Tech March 21 Elisa Barrios, San Jose State Jamie Southern, Fresno State March 28 Stephanie Sliepen, Tulsa Jamie Southern, Fresno State April 4 Ashley Bennett, UTEP Jamie Southern, Fresno State April 11 Christina Clark, Fresno State Carol Forbes, San Jose State April 18 Candice Rainwater, Nevada Melissa Coogan, Hawai‘i April 25 Kaulana Gould, Hawai‘i Jamie Southern, Fresno State May 2 Linsday Tower, Tulsa Jamie Southern, Fresno State May 9 Christina Clark, Fresno State Jamie Southern, Fresno State May 16 Carlie Hill, San Jose State Carol Forbes, San Jose State www.wacsports.com

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2002

Denise Dahlberg, Hawai‘i Carol Forbes, San Jose State Danielle Olsen, Tulsa Jamie Southern, Fresno State Trisha Gomes, Loyola Marymount Ami Day, Tulsa Stacey Porter, Hawai‘i Sabra Warner, Louisiana Tech Veronica Ramos, San Jose State Leslie Poole, Fresno State Natalie Gonzales, Hawai‘i Desiree Duran, Hawai‘i Lindsay Fossatti, Fresno State Morgan Seibert, Portland State Jessie Smith, Tulsa Jamie Southern, Fresno State Vanessa Applegate, Portland State Christy Cercedes, Loyola Marymount Danielle Olsen, Tulsa Brianne Ferguson, San Jose State

THE SCHOOLS

(Hitter of the Week listed first, Pitcher of the Week second) Feb. 5 April Crowell, Hawai‘i Felicity Witt, Fresno State Amy Walter, San Jose State Feb. 12 Felicity Witt, Fresno State Feb. 19 Ann Mesman, Tulsa Leslie Poole, Fresno State Feb. 26 Lindsay Fossatti, Fresno State Corianne Rogalsky, Loyola Marymount March 12 Veronica Ramos, San Jose State Morgan Seibert, Portland State March 19 Alicia Dowland, Fresno State Sabrina Quintero, San Jose State March 26 Tiffany Whipple, Fresno State Janelle Gonzalez, Hawai‘i April 2 Lindsay Fossatti, Fresno State Leslie Poole, Fresno State Kiauna Anderson, Portland State April 9 Leslie Poole, Fresno State April 16 Natalie Gonzales, Hawai‘i Desiree Duran, Hawai‘i April 23 Becky Witt, Fresno State Desiree Duran, Hawai‘i April 30 Christy Cerecedes, Loyola Marymount Felicity Witt, Hawai‘i May 7 Stacey Porter, Hawai‘i Morgan Seibert, Portland State Kim Bissett, Loyola Marymount May 14 Morgan Seibert, Portland State

March 11 March 18 March 25 April 1 April 8 April 15 April 22 April 29 May 6 May 13

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ABOUT THE WAC

March 26 April 2 April 9 April 16 April 23 April 30 May 7

Robin Mackin, Fresno State Kristin Sylvester, Fresno State Kim Watson, New Mexico State Haley Perkins, Fresno State Jordan McPherson, Nevada Tyleen Tausaga, Hawai‘i Justine Smethurst, Hawai‘i Sarah Hunt, Nevada Jordan McPherson, Louisiana Tech Ashley Frisby, New Mexico State Kate Robinson, Hawai‘i Tyleen Tausaga, Hawai‘i Justine Smethurst, Hawai‘i Kelsey Starr, Nevada Kim Watson, New Mexico State

2008

Nevada’s Jordan McPherson was WAC Pitcher of the Week three times in 2008.

2006

(Hitter of the Week listed first, Pitcher of the Week second) Feb. 13 Stephanie Herrera, New Mexico State Kelly Harrison, San Jose State Feb. 20 Mailei Hilva, New Mexico State Robin Mackin, Fresno State Feb. 27 Brittany Puzey, Nevada Robin Mackin, Fresno State March 6 Tyleen Tausaga, Hawai‘i Sarah Seagraves, New Mexico State March 13 Christina Clark, Fresno State Robin Mackin, Fresno State March 20 Nichole Willis, Fresno State Justine Smethurst, Hawai‘i March 27 Kaulana Gould, Hawai‘i Courtney Lewis, San Jose State April 3 Brandi Pieler, Hawai‘i Robin Mackin, Fresno State April 10 Mandy Winkley, San Jose State Kate Robinson, Hawai‘i April 17 Rochelle Sandberg, Louisiana Tech Krissi Oliver, Louisiana Tech April 24 Mandy Winkley, San Jose State Robin Mackin, Fresno State May 1 Jessica Elson, Louisiana Tech Heather Straight, Utah State May 8 Robin Mackin, Fresno State Justine Smethurst, Hawai‘i

(Hitter of the Week listed first, Pitcher of the Week second) Feb. 11 Tyler Schafer, Nevada Katie Holverson, Nevada Tanisha Milca, Hawai‘i Feb. 18 Jordan McPherson, Nevada Feb. 25 Hoko Nohara, New Mexico State Morgan Melloh, Fresno State March 3 Amberly Waits, Louisiana Tech Morgan Melloh, Fresno State March 10 Noelle Micka, Nevada Krissi Oliver, Louisiana Tech March 17 Kate Robinson, Hawai‘i Morgan Melloh, Fresno State March 24 Caitlin Stiglich, Fresno State Jordan McPherson, Nevada March 31 Amberly Waits, Louisiana Tech Kate Robinson, Hawai‘i Jessica Kirby, Louisiana Tech April 7 Katie Holverson, Nevada April 14 Ashley Maroda, New Mexico State Morgan Melloh, Fresno State April 21 Kym Silagyi, Nevada

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2009

Krissi Oliver, Louisiana Tech Vanessa Briones, Nevada Jordan McPherson, Nevada Katie Grimes, Hawai‘i Morgan Melloh, Fresno State

(Hitter of the Week listed first, Pitcher of the Week second) Feb. 9 Ashley Maroda, New Mexico State Morgan Melloh, Fresno State Feb. 16 Hoku Nohara, New Mexico State Katie Holverson, Nevada Feb. 23 Tiare Jennings, New Mexico State Meghan Krieg, Louisiana Tech March 2 Tanisha Milca, Hawai‘i Mallary Darby, Nevada March 9 Christina Capobianco, Boise State Katie Holverson, Nevada March 16 Danielle Patrick, Nevada Mallary Darby, Nevada March 23 Haley Perkins, Fresno State Stephanie Ricketts, Hawai‘i March 30 Jessica Kirby, Louisiana Tech Krissi Oliver, Louisiana Tech April 6 Makani Duhaylonsod-Kaleimamahu, Hawai‘i Morgan Melloh, Fresno State April 13 Angie Ortega, New Mexico State Kim Watson, New Mexico State April 20 Amberly Waits, Louisiana Tech Morgan Melloh, Fresno State April 27 Brooke Phipps, Fresno State Meghan Krieg, Louisiana Tech May 4 Heather Doiron, Louisiana Tech Stephanie Ricketts, Hawai‘i

2007

(Hitter of the Week listed first, Pitcher of the Week second) Feb. 12 Tyleen Tausaga, Hawai‘i Justine Smethurst, Hawai‘i Feb. 19 Ashley Ozkos, New Mexico State Robin Mackin, Fresno State Feb. 26 Kate Robinson, Hawai‘i Vanessa Fitzgerald, New Mexico State March 5 Emily Reilly, Utah State Robin Mackin, Fresno State March 12 Kate Robinson, Hawai‘i Justine Smethurst, Hawai‘i March 19 Tyleen Tausaga, Hawai‘i

Boise State’s Christina Capobianco became the first Bronco ever to be named WAC Hitter of the Week during the 2009 season.

Hawai’i’s Justine Smethurst was WAC Pitcher of the Week six times during her career.


WAC HONORS Second Team Kelly Brookhart, Creighton Charmelle Green, Utah

1993

First Team

Beth Calcante, CS Northridge Scia Maumausolo, CS Northridge

Second Team Tami Blunt, CS Sacramento Third Team

1994

Kathy Blake, CS Northridge

1999

First Team

Angela Cervantez, Fresno State Amanda Scott, Fresno State

Second Team Kristen Hunter, Fresno State Third Team

2000

First Team

Lovie Jung, Fresno State Becky Witt, Fresno State

Amanda Scott, Fresno State

Second Team Dana Degen, Hawai‘i Third Team

Lovie Jung, Fresno State

Amy Windmiller, CS Northridge Robyn Yorke, Fresno State

Second Team

Ali Andrus, Utah Michelle Bolt, Fresno State Kim Maher, Fresno State Amy Timmel, Utah

First Team

Third Team

Laura Berg, Fresno State Maureen Brady, Fresno State Tamara Ivie, CS Northridge Shannon Jones, CS Northridge

Second Team Jamie Southern, Fresno State Christina Clark, Fresno State

1995

Robyn Yorke, Fresno State Laura Berg, Fresno State

Second Team Susie Bugliarello, CS Sac Scia Maumausolo, CS Northridge

1996

First Team

Nina Lindenberg, Fresno State Lindsay Parker, Fresno State Scia Maumausolo, CS Northridge

Second Team Susie Bugliarello, CS Sac Jennifer Richardson, CS Northridge Third Team

1997

Jenifer Henry, Fresno State Robyn Yorke, Fresno State

First Team

Sarah Fredstrom, Colorado State Laura Berg, Fresno State Amanda Scott, Fresno State Sandy Rhea, Utah

Second Team

Jennifer Buford, Colorado State Nikki Johnson, Colorado State Dana Degen, Hawai‘i Nina Lindenberg, Fresno State Robyn Yorke, Fresno State

Third Team

Kim Rondina, UNLV

1998

First Team

Laura Berg, Fresno State Nina Lindenberg, Fresno State Amanda Scott, Fresno State

Second Team Tia Morenz, Hawai‘i Sandy Rhea, Utah Becky Witt, Fresno State Third Team

Julie Crandall, UNLV

2003

First Team

2004

First Team

2005

First Team

2006

Jamie Southern, Fresno State

Stacey Porter, Hawai‘i

Jamie Southern, Fresno State Christina Clark, Fresno State

Jamie Southern, Fresno State

First Team

Christina Clark, Fresno State

Third Team

Robin Mackin, Fresno State Tyleen Tausaga, Hawai‘i

2007

Second Team Kate Robinson, Hawai‘i Calre Warwick, Hawai‘i Third Team

Robin Mackin, Fresno State Tyleen Tausaga, Hawai‘i

2008

Second Team Morgan Melloh, Fresno State Noelle Micka, Nevada

NFCA All-Region 1991 First Team

Kelly Brookhart, Creighton Charmelle Green, Utah

Second Team Tracy VunKannon, New Mexico Gloria Marcott, New Mexico

1992

First Team

First Team

Laura Berg, Fresno State Michelle Bolt, Fresno State Tamara Ivie, CS Northridge Shannon Jones, CS Northridge Kim Maher, Fresno State Amy Timmel, Utah Amy Windmiller, CS Northridge Christa Yorke, Fresno State Robyn Yorke, Fresno State

Second Team

Ali Andrus, Utah Cyndee Bennett, Utah Maureen Brady, Fresno State Beth Calcante, CS Northridge Deb DiMeglio, Utah Heather Medearis, New Mexico Terri Pearson, CS Northridge Wendy Stewart, Utah

1995

First Team

Laura Berg, Fresno State Susie Bugliarello, CS Sacramento Scia Maumausolo, CS Northridge Robyn Yorke, Fresno State

Second Team

Kathy Blake-Small, CS Northridge Maureen Brady, Fresno State Sarah Fredstrom, Colorado State Jen Henry, Fresno State Malia Kuenzli, Colorado State Jen Schultz, CS Sacramento

1996

First Team

Susie Bugliarello, CS Sacramento Casey Coffman, New Mexico Jenifer Henry, Fresno State Nina Lindenberg, Fresno State Scia Maumausolo, CS Northridge Lindsay Parker, Fresno State Sandy Rhea, Utah Jennifer Richardson, CS Northridge Robyn Yorke, Fresno State

Second Team

Cyndee Bennett, Utah Randi Berg, Fresno State Chrystal Friesen, San Diego State Tara Glaister, CS Northridge Chelo Lopez, CS Northridge

1997 Dena Mullins, New Mexico

Second Team Heather Medearis, New Mexico Julie Clancy, San Diego State Amy Cowley, Utah

1993

First Team

Beth Calcante, CS Northridge Scia Maumausolo, CS Northridge Donna McDaniel, Fresno State Kim Meyer, CS Sacramento

First Team

WAC RECORDS & HISTORY

First Team

2002

1994

Kathy Blake, CS Northridge Tami Blunt, CS Sacramento Michelle Bolt, Fresno State Stephanie Chapel, San Diego State Deb DiMeglio, Utah Marcie Green, Fresno State Kim Maher, Fresno State

THE SCHOOLS

First Team

Second Team

ABOUT THE WAC

NFCA All-Americans 1991

Nikki Johnson, Colorado State Alyson Carter, Colorado State Jennifer Buford, Colorado State Sarah Fredstrom, Colorado State Amanda Scott, Fresno State Dana Degen, Hawai‘i Laura Berg, Fresno State Sandy Rhea, Utah Robyn Yorke, Fresno State

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THE SCHOOLS

ABOUT THE WAC

WAC HONORS Second Team

1998

First Team Second Team `

1999

Nina Lindenberg, Fresno State Kim Rondina, UNLV Marnie Hill, New Mexico Tia Morenz, Hawai‘i Amber Solano, Colorado State

Kelly Gentle, Hawai‘i Joyce Lum, Hawai‘i Nina Lindenberg, Fresno State Melissa McGie, Hawai‘i Sarah Fredstrom, Colorado State Julie Crandall, UNLV Laura Berg, Fresno State Tia Morenz, Hawai`i Sandy Rhea, Utah Amanda Scott, Fresno State Lindsay Parker, Fresno State Alyson Carter, Colorado State Jen Buford, Colorado State Jaime Maxey, Fresno State Kehau Cofran, Hawai‘i Dana Degen, Hawai‘i Becky Witt, Fresno State

First Team

Angela Cervantez, Fresno State Lindsay Fossatti, Fresno State Rachael Goodpaster, UNLV Kristen Hunter, Fresno State Lovie Jung, Fresno State Amanda Scott, Fresno State Jennifer Tanderich, Hawai‘i Becky Witt, Fresno State

Second Team

Alyson Carter, Colorado State Danielle Cassara, New Mexico Dana Degen, Hawai‘i Sarah Farnworth, Utah Kelly Gentle, Hawai‘i Kelly Labor, San Diego State Holly Schmillen, Colorado State Erica Vollweiller, UNLV

2000

First Team

2001

First Team

Dana Degen, Hawai‘i Lovie Jung, Fresno State Amanda Scott, Fresno State Becky Witt, Fresno State

Natalie Gonzales, Hawai‘i

Second Team Desiree Duran, Hawai‘i Becky Witt, Fresno State

2002

First Team

Christy Cerecedes, LMU Lindsay Fossatti, Fresno State Kate Judd, Hawai‘i Stacey Porter, Hawai‘i Jamie Southern, Fresno State

Second Team Danielle Olsen, Tulsa Jessie Smith, Tulsa

2003

First Team

Christina Clark, Fresno State Stacey Porter, Hawai‘i Jamie Southern, Fresno State

Second Team Katie Torres, Tulsa Melissa Coogan, Hawai‘i April Crowell, Hawai‘i

2004

First Team Elisa Barrios, San Jose State Christina Clark, Fresno State Jamie Southern, Fresno State Katie Torres, Tulsa Second Team Lori Hoffman, Fresno State Kelly Miller, Tulsa

2005

First Team

Christina Clark, Fresno State Tara Harbert, Hawai‘i Jamie Southern, Fresno State

Second Team Nichole Willis, Fresno State

2006

First Team

Christina Clark, Fresno State Robin Mackin, Fresno State

Second Team Brandi Peiler, Hawai‘i

2007

First Team Second Team

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First Team

Jenna Cervantez, Fresno State Robin Mackin, Fresno State Nichole Willlis, Fresno State Kate Robinson, Hawai‘i Justine Smethurst, Hawai‘i Tyleen Tausaga, Hawai‘i Clare Warwick, Hawai‘i Kristin Sylvester, Fresno State Brittany Puzey, Nevada Ashley Rozkos New Mexico State

Jenna Cervantez, Fresno State Haley Gilleland, Fresno State Kaulana Gould, Hawai‘i Morgan Melloh, Fresno State

Fresno State’s Amanda Scott is a two-time Joe Kearney Award winner. Second Team

2009

First Team

Noelle Micka, Nevada Kate Robinson, Hawai‘i Vanessa Briones , Nevada Katie Holverson, Nevada Brandi Peiler, Hawai‘i Aja Scheuber, Fresno State

Sam Bias, Nevada Kathy Cox, Boise State Katie Holverson, Nevada Tiare Jennings, New Mexico State Morgan Melloh, Fresno State Tanisha Milca, Hawai‘i Britton Murdock, Nevada Brittany Puzey, Nevada Stephanie Ricketts, Hawai‘i Amanda Tauali‘i, Hawai‘i Amberly Waits, Louisiana Tech

NFCA West Region Coach of the Year

1994 1996 1997 1998 1999 2007 2008

Jo Evans, Utah Margie Wright, Fresno State Candi Letts, Colorado State Margie Wright, Fresno State Margie Wright, Fresno State Bob Coolen, Hawai‘i Michelle Gardner, Nevada

Joe Kearney Award

(Awarded to the WAC’s Athlete of the Year for any Sport) 1996 Nina Lindenberg, Fresno State 1998 Amanda Scott, Fresno State 2000 Amanda Scott, Fresno State 2005 Jamie Southern, Fresno State

Stan Bates Award

(Awarded to the WAC’s Top Academic Athlete) 2001 Becky Witt, Fresno State 2005 Tracie Uchima, Hawai‘i


NCAA TOURNAMENT HISTORY 1991

NCAA College Word Series - Oklahoma City, Okla. Fresno State def. Utah, 2-0 Missouri def. Utah, 2-0

1992

NCAA Regional - Los Angeles, Calif. UCLA def. Utah, 1-0 UCLA def. Utah, 7-2 (10 Innings)

NCAA Regional - Berkeley, Calif. Long Beach State def. Sacramento State, 1-0 California def. Sacramento State, 1-0 (9 Innings) NCAA Regional - Northridge, Calif. CS Northridge def. Fresno State, 2-1 Fresno State def. CS Northridge, 2-0 CS Northridge def. Fresno State, 2-0

1994

NCAA Regional - Northridge, Calif. CS Northridge def. Maine, 8-0 (5 Innings) CS Northridge def. CS Fullerton, 9-0 (5 Innings) CS Fullerton def. CS Northridge, 2-0 CS Northridge def. CS Fullerton, 4-0 NCAA Regional - Lafayette, La. Utah def. Princeton, 1-0 (10 Innings) Southwestern Louisiana def. Utah, 1-0 (9 Innings) Utah def. Princeton, 2-1 Utah def. Southwestern Louisiana, 3-2 (8 Innings) Utah def. Southwestern Louisiana, 2-0 NCAA Regional - Fresno, Calif. Fresno State def. Central Michigan, 3-0 Fresno State def. Oregon, 1-0 Fresno State def. Oregon, 5-0 NCAA College World Series - Kansas City, Mo. Fresno State def. UCLA, 1-0 Utah def. Oklahoma State, 2-0 (8 Innings) CS Northridge def. Missouri, 5-3 Arizona def. Fresno State, 3-0 CS Northridge def. Utah, 5-1 UCLA def. Utah, 11-1 Oklahoma State def. Fresno State, 2-0 Oklahoma State def. CS Northridge, 3-2 (15 Innings) CS Northridge def. Oklahoma State, 4-2 Arizona def. CS Northridge, 4-0 (Championship)

1995

NCAA Regional - Northridge, Calif. CS Northridge def. Missouri, 2-1 CS Fullerton def. CS Northridge, 1-0 CS Northridge def. Illinois State, 11-4 CS Fullerton def. CS Northridge, 2-1 NCAA Regional - Sacramento, Calif. Fresno State def. California, 2-1 Iowa def. Sacramento State, 3-0

NCAA Regional - Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State def. Utah, 3-0 Oklahoma def. Utah, 7-1

NCAA College World Series - Oklahoma City, Okla. Fresno State def. Southern Mississippi, 1-0 UCLA def. Fresno State, 1-0 California def. Fresno State, 1-0

1996

NCAA Regional - Fresno, Calif. Fresno State def. Texas A&M, 5-2 California def. Fresno State, 1-0 Fresno State def. Long Beach State, 3-2 (8 innings) California def. Fresno State, 2-1 (9 innings) NCAA Regional - Fullerton, Calif. CS Northridge def. SW Missouri State, 5-0 CS Fullerton def. CS Northridge, 11-0 (5 innings) UCLA def. CS Northridge, 7-5

1997

NCAA Regional - Iowa City, Iowa Utah def. Missouri, 3-1 Iowa def. Utah, 3-1 DePaul def. Utah, 2-0 NCAA Regional - Fresno, Calif. Fresno State def. California, 7-0 Fresno State def. Long Beach State, 5-2 (10 innings) Fresno State def. California, 9-3 NCAA Regional - Amherst, Mass. Colorado State def. Brown, 10-0 Colorado State def. Massachusetts, 2-0 Massachusetts def. Colorado State, 3-1 Massachusetts def. Colorado State, 3-2 (8 innings) NCAA College World Series - Oklahoma City, Okla. UCLA def. Fresno State, 2-0 (8 innings) Fresno State def. Massachusetts, 2-1 Fresno State def. Iowa, 7-6 Fresno State def. Arizona, 3-0 Arizona def. Fresno State, 6-3

2000

NCAA Regional - Fresno, Calif. Fresno State def. Md.-Baltimore County, 10-1 Florida def. Fresno State, 1-0 Fresno State def. CS Fullerton, 4-3 Fresno State def. California, 2-0 California def. Fresno State, 2-1

2001

NCAA Regional - Los Angeles, Calif. Wisconsin def. Fresno State, 3-1 CS Northridge def. Fresno State, 3-1 NCAA Regional - Tucson, Ariz. Texas Tech def. Hawai‘i, 4-2 Southwest Texas State def. Hawai‘i, 2-1

2002

NCAA Regional - Fresno, Calif. California def. Fresno State, 2-1 (10 innings) Fresno State def. Pacific, 1-0 (8 innings) CS Fullerton def. Fresno State, 1-0

2003

NCAA Regional - Fresno, Calif. Fresno State 3, Long Beach State 0 UCLA 3, Fresno State 0 Fresno State 1, Georgia 0 (8) Michigan State 2, Fresno State 0

1998

NCAA Regional - Tucson, Ariz. Pacific def. Hawai‘i, 6-0 Hawai‘i def. Niagara, 5-1 Pacific def. Hawai‘i, 4-3

WAC RECORDS & HISTORY

NCAA College World Series - Oklahoma City, Okla. SW Louisiana def. CS Northridge, 4-2 CS Northridge def. Long Beach State, 4-2 UCLA def. CS Northridge, 2-0

NCAA Regional - Fresno, Calif. Fresno State def. Florida A&M, 6-0 Fresno State def. Stanford, 5-2 Fresno State def. Texas Tech, 3-1 Fresno State def. Texas Tech, 5-0

THE SCHOOLS

1993

Iowa def. Fresno State, 1-0 California def. Sacramento State, 2-1 Fresno State def. California, 2-0 Fresno State def. Iowa, 1-0 Iowa def. Fresno State, 2-1

ABOUT THE WAC

NCAA Regional - College Station, Texas Utah def. Minnesota, 1-0 Texas A&M def. Utah, 1-0 Utah def. Minnesota, 2-0 Utah def. Texas A&M, 3-0

NCAA Regional - Fresno, Calif. Fresno Statedef. Minnesota, 2-1 Fresno State def. California, 6-3 Fresno State def. Minnesota, 6-0 NCAA College World Series - Oklahoma City, Okla. Fresno State def. Nebraska, 6-1 Fresno State def. Michigan, 8-0 Washington def. Fresno State, 3-1 Fresno State def. Arizona, 1-0 (Championship)

1999

NCAA Regional - Seattle, Wash. Texas A&M def. Hawai‘i, 4-1 Hawai‘i def. Colgate, 6-2 Hawai‘i def. Texas A&M, 5-3 Hawai‘i def. CS Fullerton, 4-3 (11 Innings) Washington def. Hawai‘i, 3-0

Hawai‘i’s Kate Judd helped lead the Rainbow Wahine to the NCAA Tournament in both 2001 and 2003. www.wacsports.com

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NCAA TOURNAMENT HISTORY NCAA Regional - Los Angeles Calif. Hawai‘i 2, UC Santa Barbara 0 (10) Hawai‘i 3, (12) UCLA 1 (8) Hawai‘i 9, Loyola Marymount 0 (6)

NCAA Regional - Austin, Texas LSU 9, Hawai‘i 4 Hawai‘i 2, TAMU-CC 0 Hawai‘i 1, Northwestern 0 (11) Hawai‘i 4, Arizona State 2 SW Texas State 2, Hawai‘i 1

NCAA Super Regional - Knoxville, Tenn. Tennessee 9, Hawai‘i 0 (5) Hawai‘i 9, Tennessee 6 Tennessee 7, Hawai‘i 1

2004

NCAA Regional - Stanford, Calif. Southern Illinois 2, Fresno State 0 Fresno State 3, Auburn 1 (10) Pacific 6, Fresno State1

2008

THE SCHOOLS

UCLA Regional - Los Angeles, Calif. Fresno State 2, UNLV 1 UCLA 4, Fresno State 2 Fresno State 12, Long Beach State 2 UCLA 9, Fresno State 5 Stanford Regional - Palo Alto, Calif. Nevada 4, Cal Poly 1 Stanford 9, Nevada 1 Cal Poly 6, Nevada 1

NCAA Regional - Fresno, Calif. Fresno State 11, Sacramento State 0 (5) California 3, Fresno State 0 Fresno State 2, San Diego State 0 Fresno State 3, California 2 California 7, Fresno State 6 (9)

2005

WAC RECORDS & HISTORY

2009

NCAA Regional - Fresno, Calif. Fresno State 4, Long Beach State 0 Fresno State 3, BYU 0 California 3, Fresno State 1 California 1, Fresno State 0

NCAA Regional - College Station, Texas Louisiana Tech 1, Auburn 0 (12) Texas A&M 4, Louisiana Tech 0 Louisiana Tech 2, Auburn 1 Texas A&M 6, Louisiana Tech 0

2006

NCAA Regional - Fresno, Calif. Fresno State 2, Cal State Fullerton 0 Fresno State 3, Stanford 0 Stanford 9, Fresno State 3 Stanford 3, Fresno State 0

NCAA Regional - Tempe, Ariz. Hawai‘i 9, Mississippi State 7 Hawai‘i 7, Mississippi State 4 Arizona State 10, Hawai‘i 0 (6) Arizona State 8, Hawai‘i 0 (5)

NCAA Regional - Corvallis, Ore. Oregon State 2, Nevada 1 Portland State 2, Nevada 1

NCAA Regional - Los Angeles, Calif. Nevada 4, Purdue 1 UCLA 6, Nevada 4 (9) Nevada 2, Pudue 1 UCLA 4, Nevada 3

2007

NCAA Regional - Stanford, Calif. Fresno State 2, Stanford 0 LSU 1, Fresno State 0 (9) Stanford 1, Fresno State 0

Kaulana Gould and the University of Hawai‘i were the first WAC team to advance to a NCAA Super Regional in 2007.

WAC NCAA TOURNAMENT HISTORY Overall As WAC Member Yrs. W L Pct. Yrs. W L Fresno State 28 86 58 .597 17 45 33 (1982-83-84-85-86-87-88-89-90-91-92-93-94-95-96-97-98-99-00-01-02-03-04-05-06-07-08-09)

Hawai‘i 8 (1994-95, 98-99-01-03-07-08)

17

16

.515

5

13

10

.565

Louisiana Tech (1983-89, 95-08)

9

10

21

.323

1

2

2

.500

Nevada (2006-08-09)

3

3

6

.333

3

3

6

.333

San Jose State (1990-92)

2

0

4

.000

Current Totals

116

105

.525

62

51

.549

All-Time Totals

132

133

.498

76

76

.500

Boldface indicates appearance as WAC member. *WAC all-time totals include records compiled by past WAC members CS Northridge (12-10), CS Sacramento (0-4), Colorado State (2-2), New Mexico (1-2) and UNLV (17-15), Utah (5-9).

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G 1

TEAMS Colorado State Creighton

R-H-E-INN 2-6-1 (7) 0-3-3

G 1

TEAMS Hawai‘i UNLV

R-H-E-INN 4-11-0 (7) 3-9-0

2

New Mexico Southern Utah

6-8-1 (7) 4-7-4

2

San Diego State Utah

3

Utah Colorado State

2-7-1 (7) 0-0-1

3

4

New Mexico San Diego State

1-4-1 (8) 0-5-1

5

Creighton San Diego State

6

Seeds: 1-Utah, 2-San Diego State, 3-New Mexico, 4-Creighton, 5-Colorado State, 6-Southern Utah

Seeds: 1-Fresno State, 2-New Mexico, 3-Hawai`i, 4-San Diego State, 5-Utah, 6-UNLV

2007 - Bulldog Diamond, Fresno, Calif. (May 9-12)

Seeds:1-Hawai‘i, 2-Fresno State, 3-New Mexico State, 4-Nevada, 5-San Jose State, 6-Utah State, 7-Louisiana Tech TEAMS Louisiana Tech Utah State

R-H-E-INN 8-13-1 (7) 1-4-2

1-3-1 (7) 4-7-1

2

Fresno State San Jose State

5-11-0 (7) 0-5-2

New Mexico Hawai‘i

2-6-5 (7) 3-13-0

3

New Mexico State Nevada

4-5-0 (7) 0-1-3

4

Fresno State Utah

2-5-1 (7) 1-6-1

4

Hawai‘i Louisiana Tech

5-6-0 (7) 2-6-1

1-4-1 (9) 0-7-1

5

New Mexico San Diego State

0-4-4 (7) 2-4-0

5

Fresno State New Mexico State

3-7-0 (7) 2-4-1

Colorado State Southern Utah

3-9-1 (8) 0-2-2

6

Utah UNLV

8-11-0 (7) 1-5-1

6

San Jose State Utah State

9-10-1 (5) 1-4-4

7

Creighton Colorado State

1-5-1 (7) 0-4-3

7

Hawai‘i Utah

1-4-0 (7) 4-5-0

7

Nevada Louisiana Tech

3-5-1 (7) 2-9-2

8

Utah New Mexico

2-5-0 (7) 0-4-2

8

Fresno State San Diego State

3-7-0 (7) 2-5-1

8

San Jose State New Mexico State

3-4-1 (7) 1-7-0

9

Creighton New Mexico

1-5-0 (7) 0-4-0

9

Hawai’i Utah

0-12-2 (13) 2-11-3

9

Fresno State Hawai‘i

9-11-2 (7) 3-8-2

10

Nevada San Jose State

2-4-1 (7) 1-5-3

10

Creighton Utah

1-16-3 (31) 0-25-2

10

Fresno State Utah

8-12-0 (5) 0-1-4

11

Nevada Hawai‘i

3-4-1 (7) 1-6-2

11

Utah Creighton

4-21-7 (25) 3-16-6

12

Fresno State Nevada

5-8-1 (7) 3-7-0

1992 - Cottonwood Complex, Salt Lake City, Utah (May 7-10)

Seeds: 1-Utah, 2-New Mexico, 3-San Diego State, 4-Colo-rado State, 5-Creighton, 6-Southern Utah G 1

TEAMS Creighton Colorado State

R-H-E-INN 5-5-2 (7) 1-7-3

2

San Diego State Southern Utah

8-10-0 (7) 0-4-2

3

Utah Creighton

6-10-2 (7) 0-5-0

4

New Mexico San Diego State

2-8-1 (7) 0-6-2

5

Colorado State San Diego State

2-10-1 (8) 1-5-0

6

Creighton Southern Utah

7

Utah New Mexico

1-5-0 (7) 0-4-0

Colorado State Creighton

2-6-0 (7) 0-4-1

8

9

10

12-13-2 (7) 5-8-4

New Mexico Colorado State

1-3-2 (7) 0-2-3

Utah New Mexico

1-0-0 (7) 0-2-1

2006 - Bulldog Diamond, Fresno, Calif. (May 11-13)

Seeds: 1-Fresno State, 2-San Jose State, 3-Hawai`i, 4-Nevada, 5-New Mexico State, 6-Louisiana Tech G 1

TEAMS Hawai‘i Louisiana Tech

R-H-E-INN 8-11-0 (5) 0-0-2

2

Nevada New Mexico State

2-3-1 (7) 0-1-1

3

Hawai‘i San Jose State

3-8-0 (7) 1-7-2

4

Nevada Fresno State

2-5-2 (7) 1-4-2

5

New Mexico State San Jose State

5-5-0 (7) 0-5-1

6

Fresno State Louisiana Tech

9-12-1 (5) 0-1-1

7

Hawai‘i Fresno State

6-10-1 (7) 5-10-0

8

Nevada New Mexico State

1-6-1 (7) 0-3-3

9

Hawai‘i Nevada

1-4-0 (7) 0-2-4

10

Nevada Hawai‘i

4-7-1 (7) 2-7-1

11

Nevada Hawai‘i

7-10-0 (7) 0-5-2

WAC RECORDS & HISTORY

G 1

THE SCHOOLS

1999 - Bulldog Diamond, Fresno, Calif. (May 7-10)

ABOUT THE WAC

1991 - Seymour Smith Field, Omaha, Neb. (May 9-11)

Kym Silagyi was named to the all-tournament team in 2006 when Nevada claimed its first-ever WAC Tournament title.

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ABOUT THE WAC

WAC TOURNAMENT HISTORY 2008 - Rainbow Wahine Softball Stadium, Honolulu, Hawai‘i (May 7-10)

2009 - Bulldog Diamond, Fresno, Calif. (May 6-9)

G 1

TEAMS San Jose State Utah State

R-H-E-INN 8-12-1 (7) 2-6-1

G 1

TEAMS Boise State San Jose State

R-H-E-INN 8-14-2 (9) 4-13-7

2

Fresno State New Mexico State

3-6-2 (7) 2-5-2

2

Nevada New Mexico State

5-7-0 (7) 4-6-2

3

Louisiana Tech Hawai‘i

2-5-0 (7) 1-6-1

3

Louisiana Tech Hawai‘i

7-9-1 (7) 1-6-2

4

Nevada San Jose State

5-9-2 (7) 0-3-1

4

Fresno State Boise State

4-5-0 (7) 0-2-1

5

Louisiana Tech Fresno State

3-9-2 (8) 2-7-0

5

Louisiana Tech Nevada

4-8-0 (7) 0-6-0

6

New Mexico State Utah State

3-6-1 (7) 0-1-0

6

New Mexico State San Jose State

6-11-2 (7) 1-5-3

7

Hawai‘i San Jose State

12-13-1 (7) 4-9-5

7

Hawai‘i Boise State

10-12-2 (7) 2-4-3

8

Fresno State New Mexico State

7-8-1 (10) 6-14-2

8

Nevada New Mexico State

4-6-1 (7) 1-5-1

9

Louisiana Tech Nevada

4-6-1 (7) 3-5-0

9

Fresno State Louisiana Tech

5-10-0 (7) 0-3-0

10

Hawai‘i Fresno State

6-13-1 (7) 1-3-1

10

Nevada Hawai‘i

4-9-3 (10) 2-7-2

11

Nevada Hawai‘i

2-7-0 (7) 1-2-0

11

Nevada Louisiana Tech

2-6-2 (9) 1-5-1

12

Louisiana Tech Nevada

2-6-0 (7) 1-10-2

12

Fresno State Nevada

3-9-1 (8) 2-4-0

Seeds:1-Nevada, 2-Fresno State, 3-Hawai‘i, 4-Louisiana Tech, 5-New Mexico State, 6-San Jose State, 7-Utah State

Fresno State’s Haley Gilleland drove in the gamewinning run in the eighth inning of the championship game to give the Bulldogs their third WAC Tournament title in 2009.

Hawai‘i’s Joyce Lum was one of three Rainbow Wahine named to the 1999 WAC all-tournament team.

ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAMS 1991

Kelly Brookhart, Creighton (MVP) Sue Campbell, New Mexico Deb DiMeglio, Utah Charmelle Green, Utah Melissa Halkinrude, Utah Beth Herod, Creighton Jody Lunz, New Mexico Wendy Moon, Creighton Lisa Perettie, San Diego State Tracy Rice, Creighton Amy Timmel, Utah Janet Womack, Utah

1992

Julie Clancy, San Diego State Deb DiMeglio, Utah Julie Garcia, New Mexico Jennifer Hambly, San Diego State Michelle Klinetobe, Creighton Gloria Marcott, New Mexico Wendy Moon, Creighton Dena Mullins, New Mexico Amy ReCouper, Colorado State Wendy Stewart, Utah Tina Trujillo, Colorado State Janet Womack, Utah (MVP)

1999

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Lisa Hashimoto, Utah Kristen Hunter, Fresno State Kellie Labor, San Diego State Joyce Lum, Hawai‘i Melissa McGie, Hawai‘i Nicole Miller, UNLV Amanda Scott, Fresno State (MVP) Lindsay Trevis, Fresno State

2006

Christina Clark, Fresno State Kaulana Gould, Hawai‘i Brittany Lorenzen, Nevada Robin Mackin, Fresno State Jordan McPherson, Nevada (MVP) Brandi Peiler, Hawai‘i Kristi Randall, New Mexico State Kate Robinson, Hawai‘i Kymberly Silagyi, Nevada Tyleen Tausaga, Hawai‘i Kristi Yoshizawa, Hawai‘i

2007

Sam Bias, Nevada Ashley Cameron, Louisiana Tech Jenna Cervantez, Fresno State Kelly Harrison, San Jose State Robin Mackin, Fresno State (MVP) Jordan McPherson, Nevada Haley Perkins, Fresno State Alana Power, Hawai‘i Brittany Puzey, Nevada

Kristi Randall, New Mexico State Nichole Willis, Fresno State

2008

Audrey Andrade, Hawai’i Kylie Bassett, Louisiana Tech Regan Clark, Louisiana Tech Stephanie Herrera, New Mexico State Ashley Maroda, New Mexico State Krissi Oliver, Louisiana Tech (MVP) Danielle Patrick, Nevada Brittany Puzey, Nevada Danielle Sheridan, Louisiana Tech Sarah Taylor, San Jose State Richie-Anne Titcomb, Hawai’i Kate Robinson, Hawai’i

2009

Lisamarie Coronado, Fresno State Kelli Fangonilo, San Jose State Haley Gilleland, Fresno State Katie Holverson, Nevada Morgan Melloh, Fresno State (MVP) Noelle Micka, Nevada Hoku Nohara, New Mexico State Danielle Patrick, Nevada Kylie Randall, New Mexico State Kelly Sweeney, Boise State Amberly Waits, Louisiana Tech


WAC TOURNAMENT HISTORY CSU — — 2-2 — — — — 1-0 — 0-1 — 0-1 — 1-0 —

CU — 2-2 — — — — — 0-1 — 0-1 — 0-1 — 2-1 —

FS UH LTU 0-1 0-1 — — — — — — — — 1-2 2-1 2-1 — 2-2 1-2 2-2 — 1-2 5-1 2-3 — 0-1 — 0-3 — — 0-1 — — 0-1 0-2 — — — — — 0-1 — 0-2 2-0 — — — 0-1

NEV UNLV UNM NMSU SDSU SJSU SUU UTAH USU — — — — — 1-0 — — — — — 0-1 — 1-0 — 1-0 0-1 — — — 1-0 — 1-0 — 1-0 1-2 — 1-2 — — 3-0 1-0 1-0 — 2-0 — 1-5 1-0 1-0 — — 2-0 — 0-2 — 3-2 — — — — — — — 1-0 — — — 4-1 — 2-0 — — — — — — — 2-1 — 1-0 0-3 — 1-4 — — — — 2-1 — — 1-0 — — 1-2 — — — 1-0 0-1 — 0-2 — — 1-2 — — — — 2-0 — — 0-1 — 0-1 — — — — — — — — — — — 0-1 — — 1-0 3-0 — 1-0 — — — — — — — 0-1 — 0-2 — — —

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

COMPOSITE RECORDS W L 10 3 12 5 14 7 6 4 7 6 10 10 4 4 4 6 1 2 4 8 3 8 2 6 0 2 0 4 0 4

Pct .769 .706 .667 .600 .538 .500 .500 .400 .333 .333 .273 .250 .000 .000 .000

Championships 2 (1991, ’92) 3 (1999, ’07, ‘09) 1 (2006) 0 1 (2008) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

WAC RECORDS & HISTORY

School Appearances Utah 3 (1991, ’92, ’99) 5 (1999, ’06, ’07, ’08. ‘09) Fresno State Nevada 4 (2006, ’07, ’08. ‘09) 2 (1991, ’92) Creighton Louisiana Tech 4 (2006, ’07, ’08, ‘09) Hawai‘i 5 (1999, ’06, ’07, ’08, ‘09) 2 (1991, ’92) Colorado State New Mexico 3 (1991, ’92, ’99) 1 (2009) Boise State New Mexico State 4 (2006, ’07, ’08, ‘09) San Jose State 4 (2006, ’07, ’08, ‘09) 3 (1991, ’92, ’99) San Diego State UNLV 1 (1999) 2 (1991, ’92) Southern Utah Utah State 2 (2007, ’08)

THE SCHOOLS

BSU Boise State vs. — Colorado State vs. — — Creighton vs. Fresno State vs. 1-0 Hawai‘i vs. 1-0 Louisiana Tech vs. — Nevada vs. — — New Mexico vs. New Mexico State vs. — San Diego State vs. — San Jose State vs. 0-1 Southern Utah vs. — — UNLV vs. Utah vs. — Utah State vs. —

ABOUT THE WAC

Won-Loss Records

Fresno State won its third WAC Tournament in 2009, defeating Nevada in eight innings to capture the title. The win gave the Bulldogs their NCAA-record 27th consecutive trip to the NCAA Tournament.

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THE SCHOOLS

ABOUT THE WAC

NFCA POLLS

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1995

1. UCLA 2. Arizona 3. UNLV 4. Cal State Fullerton 5. Louisiana-Lafayette 6. Iowa 7. Cal State Northridge 8. Fresno State 9. Michigan 10. Hawai‘i 11. Florida State 12. Oklahoma 13. Princeton 14. California 15. Washington 16. South Carolina 17. Oklahoma State 18. Nebraska 19. Notre Dame 20. Nicholls State 21. Sacramento State 22. Illinois-Chicago 23. Missouri 24. Illinois State 25. Connecticut

1. Arizona 2. Washington 3. UCLA 4. Iowa 5. Louisiana-Lafayette 6. California 7. Michigan 8. Fresno State 9. Cal State Fullerton 10. South Carolina 11. Cal State Northridge 12. Oklahoma 13. Florida State 14. Princeton 15. Oklahoma State 16. South Florida 17. Nebraska 18. UNLV 19. Minnesota 20. Long Beach State 21. Texas A&M 22. Nicholls State 23. Indiana 24. Notre Dame 25. Boston University

1. Arizona 2. UCLA 3. Fresno State 4. Washington 5. Iowa 6. Michigan 7. South Carolina 8. Massachusetts 9. Colorado State 10. Oklahoma State 11. California 12. Missouri 13. Louisiana-Lafayette 14. South Florida 15. Long Beach State 16. Utah 17. Kansas

1996

1997

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18. Oklahoma 19. Cal State Northridge 20. Louisiana-Monroe 21. DePaul 22. Central Michigan 23. Arizona State 24. Michigan State 25. Nebraska

1. Fresno State 2. Arizona 3. Washington 4. Oklahoma State 5. Nebraska 6. Michigan 7. Texas 8. South Florida 9. Massachussetts 10. DePaul 11. Oklahoma 12. Stanford 13. LSU 14. Hawai‘i 15. Arizona State 16. Minnesota 17. Florida State 18. Long Beach State 19. Iowa 20. Oregon 21. Illinois-Chicago 22. California 23. Cal State Northridge 24. Texas Tech 25. Florida

1. UCLA 2. Washington 3. DePaul 4. California 5. Fresno State 6. Arizona 7. Arizona State 8. Southern Mississippi 9. Louisiana-Lafayette 10. Oregon State 11. LSU 12. Maryland 13. Illinois-Chicago 14. Michigan State 15. Missouri 16. Michigan 17. Massachusetts 18. Texas 19. South Carolina 20. Nebraska 21. Hawai‘i 22. Minnesota 23. Oklahoma 24. Texas Tech 25. Oregon

1. Oklahoma 2. UCLA 3. Arizona 4. Southern Mississippi 5. Washington 6. Alabama 7. California 8. DePaul

1998

1999

2000

9. LSU T-10. Arizona State T-10. Fresno State 12. Oregon State 13. Michigan 14. Nebraska 15. Iowa 16. Oregon 17. Florida State 18. Stanford 19. Cal State Fullerton 20. Utah 21. Mississippi State T-22. Louisiana-Lafayette T-22. South Carolina 24. Notre Dame 25. Florida

2001

1. Arizona 2. UCLA 3. LSU 4. Stanford 5. Oklahoma 6. California 7. Iowa 8. Michigan 9. Arizona State 10. Alabama 11. Notre Dame 12. Cal State Fullerton 13. Washington 14. Nebraska 15. Florida State 16. Southwest Texas State 17. Louisiana-Lafayette 18. Pacific 19. DePaul 20. Oregon State 21. South Florida 22. Fresno State 23. South Carolina 24. San Diego State 25. Massachusetts

1. California 2. Arizona 3. Arizona State 4. Florida State 5. UCLA 6. Nebraska 7. Michigan 8. Oklahoma 9. LSU 10. Cal State Fullerton 11. DePaul 12. South Carolina 13. Ohio State 14. Washington 15. Stanford 16. Texas 17. Fresno State 18. Georgia Tech 19. Notre Dame 20. Pacific 21. Texas A&M 22. Georgia 23. Massachusetts 24. Oregon State 25. Florida Atlantic

2002


NFCA POLLS 2003

1. UCLA 2. California 3. LSU 4. Stanford 5. Florida State 6. Oklahoma 7. Washington 8. Arizona 9. Michigan 10. Louisiana-Lafayette 11. Georgia 12. Oregon 13. Alabama 14. Nebraska 15. Oregon State 16. South Florida 17. Illinois

2005

1. Arizona 2. Northwestern 3. Tennessee 4. UCLA 5. Texas 6. Arizona State 7. Alabama 8. Oregon State 9. California 10. Michigan 11. LSU 12. Stanford 13. Georgia 14. Nebraska 15. Washington 16. UL-Lafayette 17. Louisville 18. South Florida 18. Oklahoma 20. Baylor 21. Auburn 22. Texas A&M 23. Fresno State 24. Massachusetts 25. Florida State

1. Arizona (24) 2. Tennessee 3. Washington 4. Northwestern 5. Baylor 6. DePaul 7. Texas A&M 8. Arizona State 9. Alabama 10. LSU 11. Oklahoma 12. Hawai‘i 13. Michigan 14. Florida 15. Oregon State 16. CS Fullerton 17. Virginia Tech 18. UCLA 19. Georgia Tech 20. Stanford 21. South Carolina 22. Oregon 23. Ohio State 24. Texas T-25. Fresno State T-25. Missouri

2006

2007

1. Arizona State 2. Texas A&M 3. Florida 4. Alabama 5. UCLA 6. UL-Lafayette 7. Arizona 8. Virginia Tech 9. Michigan 10. Oklahoma 11. Stanford 12. Northwestern 13. Houston 14. Tennessee 15. Fresno State 16. California 17. Georgia 18. LSU 19. Missouri 20. North Carolina 21. Nevada 22. DePaul 23. Long Beach State 24. San Diego State 25. Massachusetts

1. Washington (30) 2. Florida 3. Alabama 4. Georgia 5. Arizona State 6. Michigan 7. Arizona 8. Missouri 9. UCLA 10. Stanford 11. California 12. Ohio State 13. Georgia Tech 14. Massachusetts 15. Baylor 16. Oklahoma 17. North Carolina 18. Northwestern 19. LSU 20. Tennessee 21. North Dakota State 22. Florida State 23. DePaul 24. Jacksonville State 25. Louisiana-Lafayette

2009

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WAC RECORDS & HISTORY

1. UCLA 2. California 3. LSU 4. Stanford 5. Florida State 6. Oklahoma 7. Washington 8. Arizona 9. Michigan 10. Louisiana-Lafayette 11. Georgia 12. Oregon 13. Alabama 14. Nebraska 15. Oregon State 16. South Florida 17. Illinois 18. Tennessee 19. Baylor 19. Long Beach State 21. Hofstra 22. Georgia Tech 23. Auburn 24. Southern Illinois 25. Fresno State

2008

THE SCHOOLS

2004

18. Tennessee T-19. Baylor T-19. Long Beach State 21. Hofstra 22. Georgia Tech 23. Auburn 24. Southern Illinois 25. Fresno State

ABOUT THE WAC

1. UCLA 2. California 3. Arizona 4. Texas 5. Oklahoma 6. Washington 7. Alabama 8. Louisiana-Lafayette 9. DePaul 10. Cal State Fullerton 11. Georgia 12. Michigan 13. Nebraska 14. Oklahoma State 15. LSU 16. Oregon T-17. Iowa T-17. Texas A&M 19. Florida State 20. Arizona State 21. South Carolina 22. Southern Illinois 23. Stanford 24. Michigan State 25. South Florida

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WAC RECORDS & HISTORY

THE SCHOOLS

ABOUT THE WAC

2010 COMPOSITE SCHEDULE Thursday, Feb. 11 San Jose State vs. Brigham Young 2 p.m. (Red Desert Classic) Nebraska at New Mexico State (DH) 4 p.m. (Hotel Encanto Invitational) McNeese State at Hawai’i 6 p.m. (Oceanic Time Warner Cable Paradise Classic) Friday, Feb. 12 San Jose State vs. Utah 11 a.m. (Red Desert Classic) Utah State vs. Maine 11 a.m. (Red Desert Classic) Utah State vs. Idaho State 1:30 p.m. (Red Desert Classic) Nevada vs. Oregon State 2:30 p.m. (Kajikawa Classic) San Jose State vs. Utah Valley 4 p.m. (Red Desert Classic) Colorado State at New Mexico State 4:30 p.m. (Hotel Encanto Invitational) Texas A&M-Corpus Christi at Hawai’i 5 p.m. (Oceanic Time Warner Cable Paradise Classic) Santa Clara at Fresno State (DH) 6 p.m. Stanford at Hawai’i 7 p.m. (Oceanic Time Warner Cable Paradise Classic) Nevada vs. Washington 7 p.m. (Kajikawa Classic) Saturday, Feb. 13 San Jose State vs. Northern Colorado 11 a.m. (Red Desert Classic) Utah State vs. Tulsa 11 a.m. (Red Desert Classic) Pacific at Fresno State noon (Fresno State Kick-Off) Boise State vs. UC Riverside 12:30 p.m. Nevada vs. Texas A&M 12:30 p.m. (Kajikawa Classic) San Jose State vs. Seattle 1:30 p.m. (Red Desert Classic) Utah State vs. Northern Colorado 1:30 p.m. (Red Desert Classic) Sacramento State at Fresno State 2 p.m. (Fresno State Kick-Off) Penn State at New Mexico State 2 p.m. (Hotel Encanto Invitational) Boise State at San Diego 5 p.m. Nevada vs. Northwestern 5:30 p.m. (Kajikawa Classic) UT-San Antonio at New Mexico State 7 p.m. (Hotel Encanto Invitational) TBA at Hawai’i TBA (Oceanic Time Warner Cable Paradise Classic) Sunday, Feb. 14 Boise State vs. San Diego Utah State vs. Seattle (Red Desert Classic) Nevada vs. Arizona (Kajikawa Classic) Boise State at UC Riverside Pacific at Fresno State (Fresno State Kick-Off) Santa Clara at San Jose State (DH) Sacramento State at Fresno State (Fresno State Kick-Off)

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9 a.m. 11 a.m. 11:15 a.m. 11:30 a.m. noon noon 2 p.m.

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Monday, Feb. 15 UTEP at New Mexico State (Hotel Encanto Invitational)

5 p.m.

Tuesday, Feb. 16 Southeastern Louisiana at Louisiana Tech (DH) 3 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 18 Boise State at UNLV (Louisville Slugger Desert Classic)

8:15 p.m.

Friday, Feb. 19 Utah State vs. Washington 9 a.m. (San Diego State Tournament) Boise State vs. Indiana 10 a.m. (Louisville Slugger Desert Classic) Cal State Bakersfield at San Jose State (DH) noon Boise State vs. Long Beach State 12:15 p.m. (Louisville Slugger Desert Classic) Hawai’i vs. Utah 1:30 p.m. (Louisville Slugger Desert Classic) Utah State vs. Western Kentucky 2 p.m. (San Diego State Tournament) Saint Mary’s at New Mexico State 4:30 p.m. (Troy Cox Classic) Hawai’i at UNLV 6 p.m. (Louisville Slugger Desert Classic) Weber State at New Mexico State 7 p.m. (Troy Cox Classic) Saturday, Feb. 20 Utah State vs. UC Santa Barbara 8 a.m. (San Diego State Tournament) Louisiana Tech vs. Stephen F. Austin 9 a.m. (Southern Miss Tournament) Nevada vs. Sacramento State 9 a.m. (Stanford Nike Invitational) Boise State vs. Oklahoma 10 a.m. (Louisville Slugger Desert Classic) Utah State vs. Penn State 10:15 a.m. (San Diego State Tournament) Hawai’i vs. Georgia Tech 11:15 a.m. (Louisville Slugger Desert Classic) Nevada at Stanford 11:15 a.m. (Stanford Nike Invitational) Cal State Bakersfield at San Jose State (DH) noon Boise State vs. San Diego 12:15 p.m. (Louisville Slugger Desert Classic) Louisiana Tech vs. Notre Dame 2 p.m. (Southern Miss Tournament) Bradley at New Mexico State 2 p.m. (Troy Cox Classic) Fresno State vs. Illinois 3:45 p.m. (Stanford/Nike Invitational) Hawai’i vs. San Diego 3:45 p.m. (Louisville Slugger Desert Classic) Fresno State vs. UC Riverside 8:15 p.m. (Stanford/Nike Invitational) Sunday, Feb. 21 Utah State vs. Western Kentucky 8 a.m. (San Diego State Tournament) Nevada vs. Illinois 9 a.m. (Stanford Nike Invitational) Cleveland State at New Mexico State 9:30 a.m. (Troy Cox Classic) Hawai’i vs. Cal State-Fullerton 11:15 a.m. (Louisville Slugger Desert Classic) Nevada vs. UC Riverside 11:15 a.m. (Stanford Nike Invitational)

Pacific at San Jose State Utah State at San Diego State (San Diego State Tournament) Utah State at San Diego State (San Diego State Tournament) Fresno State vs. Sacramento State (Stanford/Nike Invitational) Louisiana Tech vs. Alcorn State (Southern Miss Tournament) Fresno State at Stanford (Stanford/Nike Invitational) Louisiana Tech at Southern Miss (Southern Miss Tournament) Tuesday, Feb. 23 Hawai’i at Loyola Marymount Tennessee at New Mexico State (Troy Cox Classic)

noon 12:30 p.m. 12:30 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 2 p.m. 3:45 p.m. 7 p.m.

noon 5 p.m.

Thursday, Feb. 25 Hawai’i vs. Oklahoma State 10:30 a.m. (Cathedral City Classic) 1 p.m. Fresno State vs. Texas (Cathedral City Classic) Northern Colorado at New Mexico State (DH) 4 p.m. San Jose State vs. UTEP 4 p.m. (UTEP Invitational) Fresno State vs. Utah 6 p.m. (Cathedral City Classic) Friday, Feb. 26 Fresno State vs. Ohio State (Cathedral City Classic) Hawai’i vs. UC Davis (Cathedral City Classic) Louisiana Tech vs. Buffalo (McNeese State Tournament) Southern Utah at Nevada (Wolf Pack Classic) Hawai’i vs. Oregon (Cathedral City Classic) San Jose State vs. Weber State (UTEP Invitational) Southern Utah at Nevada (Wolf Pack Classic) Louisiana Tech at McNeese State (McNeese State Tournament) Fresno State vs. Arizona (Cathedral City Classic) San Jose State vs. New Mexico (UTEP Invitational)

10:30 a.m. 10:30 a.m. noon noon 1 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 2 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 6 p.m.

Saturday, Feb. 27 Hawai’i vs. Oklahoma 10:30 a.m. (Cathedral City Classic) San Jose State vs. New Mexico 11 a.m. (UTEP Invitational) Louisiana Tech vs. McNeese State noon (McNeese State Tournament) Saint Mary’s at Nevada noon (Wolf Pack Classic) Hawai’i vs. Arizona 1 p.m. (Cathedral City Classic) Southern Utah at Nevada 2 p.m. (Wolf Pack Classic) Louisiana Tech vs. Buffalo 2:30 p.m. (McNeese State Tournament) Fresno State vs. Washington 5:30 p.m. (Cathedral City Classic) San Jose State vs. Northern Colorado 6 p.m. (UTEP Invitational)


2010 COMPOSITE SCHEDULE

Wednesday, March 3 Nevada at Sacramento State (DH) New Mexico State at Arizona (DH) Centenary at Louisiana Tech

9 a.m. noon 2 p.m.

1 p.m. 4 p.m. 6 p.m.

Thursday, March 11 East Tennessee State at Fresno State (Bayer CropScience Classic)

9 a.m. 9 a.m. 10 a.m. 10 a.m. 11 a.m. noon 2 p.m. TBA

6 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m.

Friday, March 12 New Mexico State vs. Long Island 10:30 a.m. (2010 USF Under Armour Showcase) Boise State vs. North Dakota 11:30 a.m. (Cascade Clash) Utah State vs. North Dakota State 12:15 p.m. (Texas A&M Tournament) Boise State at Oregon State 2 p.m. (Cascade Clash) Utah State at Texas A&M 3 p.m. (Texas A&M Tournament) New Mexico State vs. Florida Gulf Coast 4 p.m. (2010 USF Under Armour Showcase) Troy at Hawai’i 5 p.m. (Pepsi Malihini Kipa Aloha Tournament) Colorado State at Fresno State 7 p.m. (Bayer CropScience Classic) Loyola Marymount at Hawai’i 7 p.m. (Pepsi Malihini Kipa Aloha Tournament) Saturday, March 13 Utah State vs. Wright State 10 a.m. (Texas A&M Tournament) Louisiana Tech vs. SIU-Edwardsville 11 a.m. (Arkansas Tournament) Weber State at Nevada (DH) noon San Jose State vs. Saint Mary’s (DH) 1 p.m. (South Bay Super Series) New Mexico State vs. James Madison 1:30 p.m. (2010 USF Under Armour Showcase) DePaul at Hawai’i 2 p.m. (Pepsi Malihini Kipa Aloha Tournament) Boise State at Oregon 3 p.m. (Cascade Clash) Louisiana Tech at Arkansas 4 p.m. (Arkansas Tournament) Cal State Northridge at Fresno State 4:30 p.m. (Bayer CropScience Classic) Utah State at Texas A&M 5:15 p.m. (Texas A&M Tournament) 6 p.m. New Mexico State at South Florida (2010 USF Under Armour Showcase)

Georgetown at Fresno State 7 p.m. (Bayer CropScience Classic) TBD at Hawai’i TBA (Pepsi Malihini Kipa Aloha Tournament) Sunday, March 14 Louisiana Tech vs. Southeast Missouri State 9 a.m. (Arkansas Tournament) Boise State vs. North Dakota 10 a.m. (Cascade Clash) Utah State vs. Wright State 10 a.m. (Texas A&M Tournament) New Mexico State vs. Central Michigan 11:30 a.m. (2010 USF Under Armour Showcase) Weber State at Nevada noon San Jose State vs. Princeton (DH) noon (South Bay Super Series) Boise State at Oregon 2 p.m. (Cascade Clash) 2 p.m. Mississippi State at Fresno State (Bayer CropScience Classic) Louisiana Tech vs. TBA TBA (Arkansas Tournament) TBD at Hawai’i TBA (Pepsi Malihini Kipa Aloha Tournament) Tuesday, March 16 Minnesota at New Mexico State (DH) Princeton at Fresno State

3 p.m. 6 p.m.

Wednesday, March 17 Lipscomb at Hawai’i 6 p.m. (Chevron Spring Fling Tournament) Mississippi Valley State at Louisiana Tech 6 p.m. Thursday, March 18 Fresno State vs. Louisiana-Lafayette 1:30 p.m. (Judi Garman Classic) San Jose State vs. Texas 3:45 p.m. (Judi Garman Classic) California at Hawai’i 5 p.m. (Chevron Spring Fling Tournament) Fresno State at Cal State Fullerton 6 p.m. (Judi Garman Classic) Lipscomb at Hawai’i 7 p.m. (Chevron Spring Fling Tournament)

WAC RECORDS & HISTORY

Saturday, March 6 Utah State vs. South Dakota State 9 a.m. (Colorado State Tournament) Utah State at Colorado State 11 a.m. (Colorado State Tournament) Fresno State vs. UTEP 11:30 a.m. (San Diego State Classic) Boise State vs. Wichita State noon (Texas Tech Tournament) noon Nevada vs. Louisville (OU/OSU Invitational) San Jose State vs. Charlotte noon (Hornet Round Robin) Boise State at Texas Tech 2 p.m. (Texas Tech Tournament) Fresno State at San Diego State 2 p.m. (San Diego State Classic) San Jose State vs. Sacramento State 2 p.m. (Hornet Round Robin) Nevada vs. Oklahoma State 2:30 p.m. (OU/OSU Invitational) Louisiana Tech vs. Alabama State 3 p.m. (Auburn Tournament) New Mexico State at UNLV 3:45 p.m. (Eller Media Stadium Tournament) East Carolina at Hawai’i 4 p.m. (Bank of Hawai‘i Invitational) 6 p.m. Washington at Hawai’i (Bank of Hawai‘i Invitational) New Mexico State vs. Weber State 6 p.m. (Eller Media Stadium Tournament)

Wednesday, March 10 East Carolina at Fresno State (DH) Troy at Hawai’i (DH)

9 a.m.

THE SCHOOLS

Friday, March 5 New Mexico State vs. Southern Utah 9 a.m. (Eller Media Stadium Tournament) Utah State vs. North Dakota State 9 a.m. (Colorado State Tournament) Louisiana Tech vs. Gardner-Webb 10 a.m. (Auburn Tournament) Utah State vs. Utah Valley 11 a.m. (Colorado State Tournament) New Mexico State vs. California 11:15 a.m. (Eller Media Stadium Tournament) Fresno State vs. Wisconsin 11:30 a.m. (San Diego State Classic) Louisiana Tech at Auburn 12:30 p.m. (Auburn Tournament) Boise State vs. Wichita State 2 p.m. (Texas Tech Tournament) Fresno State vs. UCLA 2 p.m. (San Diego State Classic) Boise State at Texas Tech 4 p.m. (Texas Tech Tournament) Seattle at Hawai’i 6 p.m. (Bank of Hawai‘i Invitational) Nevada at Oklahoma 8 p.m. (OU/OSU Invitational)

Sunday, March 7 Fresno State vs. Buffalo (San Diego State Classic) Louisiana Tech vs. Tennessee State (Auburn Tournament) Utah State vs. North Dakota State (Colorado State Tournament) New Mexico State vs. Portland State (Eller Media Stadium Tournament) San Jose State vs. Sacramento State (Hornet Round Robin) Boise State at Texas Tech (Texas Tech Tournament) San Jose State vs. Charlotte (Hornet Round Robin) Nevada at Oklahoma State (OU/OSU Invitational) TBA at Hawai’i (Bank of Hawai‘i Invitational)

ABOUT THE WAC

Sunday, Feb. 28 San Jose State vs. Weber State (UTEP Invitational) Saint Mary’s at Nevada (Wolf Pack Classic) Louisiana Tech vs. McNeese State (McNeese State Tournament)

Friday, March 19 Utah State vs. Iona 9 a.m. (Sacramento State Tournament) Nevada vs. Colorado State 11 a.m. (Capital Classic) Utah State at Sacramento State 1 p.m. (Sacramento State Tournament) San Jose State vs. UNLV 1:30 p.m. (Judi Garman Classic) Minnesota at Boise State 3 p.m. (Springhill Suites Invitational) Fresno State vs. Virginia 3:45 p.m. (Judi Garman Classic) California at Hawai’i 6 p.m. (Chevron Spring Fling Tournament) San Jose State vs. Oklahoma 8:15 p.m. (Judi Garman Classic)

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WAC RECORDS & HISTORY

THE SCHOOLS

ABOUT THE WAC

2009 COMPOSITE SCHEDULE Saturday, March 20 Nevada vs. Iona 9 a.m. (Capital Classic) Nevada vs. Colorado State 11 a.m. (Capital Classic) San Jose State vs. Virginia 11:15 a.m. (Judi Garman Classic) Lipscomb at Hawai’i noon (Chevron Spring Fling Tournament) Portland State at Boise State 1:45 p.m. (Springhill Suites Invitational) California at Hawai’i 2 p.m. (Chevron Spring Fling Tournament) Utah State at Sacramento State 3 p.m. (Sacramento State Tournament) Weber State at Boise State 4:15 p.m. (Springhill Suites Invitational) Fresno State vs. DePaul 6 p.m. (Judi Garman Classic) Sunday, March 21 Nevada vs. Iona (Capital Classic) Utah State vs. Colorado State (Sacramento State Tournament) Fresno State vs. New Mexico (Judi Garman Classic) Weber State at Boise State (Springhill Suites Invitational) San Jose State vs. Utah (Judi Garman Classic) Portland State at Boise State (Springhill Suites Invitational)

9 a.m. 11 a.m. 1:30 p.m. 2 p.m. 3:45 p.m. 4:15 p.m.

Monday, March 22 Grambling State at Louisiana Tech

6 p.m.

Tuesday, March 23 New Mexico State at UTEP

4 p.m.

Wednesday, March 24 San Jose State at UC Davis

2 p.m.

Friday, March 26 *Fresno State at Nevada *San Jose State at Hawai‘i *Utah State at Louisiana Tech

3 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m.

Saturday, March 27 *New Mexico State at Boise State (DH) *Fresno State at Nevada (DH) *Utah State at Louisiana Tech (DH) *San Jose State at Hawai‘i (DH)

1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 4 p.m.

Sunday, March 28 *New Mexico State at Boise State

1 p.m.

Tuesday, March 30 Fresno State at UC Santa Barbara (DH) noon Boise State at Sacramento State (DH) 2 p.m. Utah State at Utah Valley (DH) 2:30 p.m.

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Wednesday, March 31 Boise State at Pacific (DH) Utah State at Brigham Young Louisiana Tech at Centenary

2 p.m. 3 p.m. 6 p.m.

Thursday, April 1 Nevada at Weber State (DH)

2 p.m.

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Friday, April 2 *Boise State at Fresno State *Louisiana Tech at San Jose State *Nevada at Utah State

6 p.m. 3 p.m. 3 p.m.

Friday, April 23 *San Jose State at Utah State (DH) *Hawai‘i at Nevada *New Mexico State at Fresno State *Boise State at Louisiana Tech

Saturday, April 3 *Louisiana Tech at San Jose State (DH) *Boise State at Fresno State (DH) *Nevada at Utah State (DH) *Hawai‘i at New Mexico State (DH)

noon 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 5 p.m.

Sunday, April 4 *Hawai‘i at New Mexico State

Saturday, April 24 *San Jose State at Utah State 11:30 a.m. *New Mexico State at Fresno State (DH) 1 p.m. *Boise State at Louisiana Tech (DH) 1 p.m. *Hawai‘i at Nevada (DH) 1 p.m.

2 p.m.

Tuesday, April 6 Utah at Boise State (DH) Santa Clara at San Jose State *Hawai‘i at Utah State New Mexico at New Mexico State Louisiana Tech at Texas-Arlington

Monday, April 26 New Mexico State at Cal State Bakersfield (DH) 10 a.m.

1 p.m. 2 p.m. 3 p.m. 5 p.m. 6 p.m.

Tuesday, April 27 Weber State at Utah State (DH)

2 p.m.

Wednesday, April 7 *Hawai‘i at Utah State (DH)

1 p.m.

Friday, April 30 *San Jose State at Boise State *Utah State at New Mexico State (DH) *Nevada at Louisiana Tech *Fresno State at Hawai‘i

3 p.m. 5 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m.

Friday, April 9 *Hawai‘i at Boise State *San Jose State at Nevada *Utah State at Fresno State *New Mexico State at Louisiana Tech

3 p.m. 3 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m.

Saturday, May 1 *San Jose State at Boise State (DH) *Nevada at Louisiana Tech (DH) *Utah State at New Mexico State *Fresno State at Hawai‘i (DH)

1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 4 p.m.

Saturday, April 10 *Hawai‘i at Boise State (DH) *Utah State at Fresno State (DH) *New Mexico State at Louisiana Tech (DH) *San Jose State at Nevada (DH)

1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m.

Friday, May 7 *Boise State at Nevada *New Mexico State at San Jose State *Louisiana Tech at Fresno State

3 p.m. 3 p.m. 6 p.m.

Monday, April 12 New Mexico State at Texas-Arlington

2 p.m.

Tuesday, April 13 Boise State at Idaho State (DH) Utah State at Utah (DH)

2 p.m. 2 p.m.

May 12-15 WAC Tournament (Las Cruces, N.M.)

Wednesday, April 14 Louisiana Tech at Grambling State

4 p.m.

May 21-23 NCAA Regionals

Friday, April 16 *Utah State at Boise State *Fresno State at San Jose State *Nevada at New Mexico State (DH) *Louisiana Tech at Hawai‘i

3 p.m. 3 p.m. 5 p.m. 6 p.m.

Saturday, April 17 *Fresno State at San Jose State (DH) *Utah State at Boise State (DH) *Nevada at New Mexico State *Louisiana Tech at Hawai‘i (DH)

noon 1 p.m. 2 p.m. 4 p.m.

Tuesday, April 20 Idaho State at Boise State (DH) UC Davis at Nevada (DH) Utah Valley at Utah State (DH) New Mexico State at New Mexico

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

Wednesday, April 21 Utah State at Weber State (DH) San Jose State at Stanford

2 p.m. 6 p.m.

2 p.m. 3 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m.

Saturday, May 8 *New Mexico State at San Jose State (DH) noon *Louisiana Tech at Fresno State (DH) 1 p.m. *Boise State at Nevada (DH) 1 p.m.

May 28-29 NCAA Super Regionals June 3-9 Women’s College World Series


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It took extra innings, but top-seeded Fresno State defeated No. 2-seed Nevada in the title game of the 2009 WAC Tournament to capture its third WAC Tournament championship. Morgan Melloh earned MVP honors after going 3-0 with 27 strikeouts and allowing just two hits in three complete games.

The 2010 WAC Softball Tournament will be held at the NM State Softball Complex in Las Cruces, N.M. This is the first time that New Mexico State will host the WAC Tournament. The top six teams will advance to the double-elimination tournament with the winner earning the WAC's automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament.

2010 WAC Softball Media Guide  

2010 WAC Softball Media Guide

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