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2014 WAC SOFTBALL DIRECTORY BAKERSFIELD GoRunners.com

SEATTLE U goseattleu.com

Jeff Konya, Athletics Director............................................................ (661) 654-2188 Cindy Goodmon, SWA......................................................................... (661) 654-2346 Crissy Buck-Ziegler, Head Coach...................................................... (661) 654-3056 Matt Turk, SID.......................................................................................... (661) 654-3071 Cell.............................................................................................................. (515) 240-0483 E-Mail............................................................................................................sid@csub.edu Fax............................................................................................................... (661) 654-6978

William Hogan, Athletics Director................................................... (206) 296-5451 Roxanne Levenson, SWA.................................................................... (206) 296-6401 Dan Powers, Head Coach.................................................................... (206) 296-5905 Mollie Hanke, SID................................................................................... (206) 296-2490 Cell............................................................................................................. (859) 948-4472 E-Mail...........................................................................................hankem@seattleu.edu Fax............................................................................................................... (206) 296-2154

GRAND CANYON

UTAH VALLEY

Mailing Address Athletic Media Relations 9001 Stockdale Hwy., GYM 08 Bakersfield, CA 93311-1022

Mailing Address Athletic Media Relations 3300 W. Camelback Rd., Bldg. 22 Phoenix, AZ 85017

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Mailing Address 901 12th Ave. PO Box 222000 Seattle, WA 98122

Mailing Address Athletic Media Relations 800 W. University Pkwy. - MS 104 Orem, UT 84058

WolverineGreen.com

B. Keith Baker, Athletics Director...................................................... (602) 639-6053 Ruth Ann Gardner, SWA...................................................................... (602) 639-6041 Ann Pierson, Head Coach................................................................... (602) 639-6051 Jay Hilbrands, SID.................................................................................. (602) 639-6825 Cell.............................................................................................................. (320) 905-4602 E-Mail.......................................................................................... jay.hilbrands@gcu.edu Fax............................................................................................................... (480) 270-3672

Vince Otoupal, Athletics Director.................................................... (801) 863-8998 Megan Kennedy, SWA.......................................................................... (801) 863-8254 Nikki Palmer, Head Coach.................................................................. (801) 863-8599 Kellen Hiser, SID..................................................................................... (801) 863-5451 Cell............................................................................................................. (307) 760-8261 E-Mail.............................................................................................kellen.hiser@uvu.edu Fax............................................................................................................... (801) 863-8813

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Mailing Address Athletic Media Relations 5100 Rockhill Rd. SRC 201 Kansas City, MO 64110

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

Carla Wilson, Athletics Director........................................................ (816) 235-1036 Meredith Smith Neal, Head Coach.................................................. (816) 235-5837 Kolby Paxton, SID.................................................................................. (816) 235-1053 Cell.............................................................................................................. (479) 422-3605 E-Mail........................................................................................ rkphdc@mail.umkc.edu Fax............................................................................................................... (816) 235-1035

Jeff Hurd, Commissioner..................................................................... (303) 799-9221 Mollie Lehman, Sr. Assoc. Commish/Softball Administrator........(303) 962-4205 Hope Shuler, Director of Media Relations.................................... (303) 962-4213 Cell.............................................................................................................. (303) 999-6380 E-Mail.....................................................................................................hshuler@wac.org Fax............................................................................................................... (303) 799-3888

NEW MEXICO STATE nmstatesports.com Mailing Address Athletic Media Relations MSC 3145, PO Box 30001 Las Cruces, NM 88003-8001

McKinley Boston, Athletics Director............................................... (575) 646-8225 Kathy Rodolph, Head Coach.............................................................. (575) 646-5793 Stephanie Taylor, SID............................................................................ (575) 646-3269 Cell.............................................................................................................. (505) 804-4249 E-Mail................................................................................................ sataylor@nmsu.edu Fax............................................................................................................... (575) 646-2099

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

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

MEDIA CENTER

School Directory...........................................IFC WAC Notes..........................................................1 The WAC..........................................................2-6 WAC History.......................................................7 National Champions.......................................8 WAC Timeline............................................. 9-11 WAC Staff....................................................12-13 WAC SAAC..................................................14-15 Team Sport Summary.................................. 15 WAC Championships Calendar................ 15 WAC Softball Notebook........................16-19

The WAC’s website (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.

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THE SCHOOLS

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

Bakersfield..................................................20-23 Grand Canyon...........................................24-27 Kansas City.................................................28-31 New Mexico State...................................32-35 Seattle U.....................................................36-39 Utah Valley.................................................40-43

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WAC STAFF DIRECTORY

Jeff Hurd, Commissioner........................................................................................(303) 962-4216............... jhurd@wac.org Connie Hurlbut, Deputy Commissioner............................................................(303) 962-4205.........churlbut@wac.org Mollie Lehman, Sr. Assoc. Commissioner/Chief Financial Officer............(303) 962-4215.......mlehman@wac.org David Chaffin, Assoc. Commissioner of Technology & Conference Svcs.......(303) 962-4212......... dchaffin@wac.org Nicole Harvey, Assistant Commissioner of Compliance.............................(303) 962-4211..........nharvey@wac.org Amanda Benzine, Director of Championships & Marketing......................(303) 962-4204....... abenzine@wac.org Vicky Eggleston, Director of Creative Services...............................................(303) 962-4207.... veggleston@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 Matt Pucak, Asst. Director of Championships & Media Relations............(303) 962-4214 .........mpucak@wac.org Mary Barber, Administrative Assistant...............................................................(303) 962-4208.........mbarber@wac.org Jared Williams, Championships & Compliance Intern.................................(303) 962-4203........ jwilliams@wac.org SUPERVISORS OF OFFICIALS Dave Neidlinger, Softball......................................................... (303) 755-1192............................topofficial@comcast.net Bobby Dibler, Men’s Basketball............................................. (915) 598-6286............................... diblerb@sbcglobal.net Kaye Garms, Women’s Basketball......................................... (303) 238-4630.......................................... kgarms@wac.org Dan Keohane, Men’s & Women’s Soccer........................... (650) 343-4947.....................................dkeohane@aol.com Dan Pedersen, Baseball............................................................ (619) 368-8228................................... dpedersen@wac.org Alan Suzuki, Volleyball............................................................. (303) 741-3565..........................................asuzuki@wac.org

2013 Team Statistics..................................... 44 2013 Individual Stats (All Games)......45-46 2013 Individual Stats (WAC Games).... 47-48 Single-Season Records (WAC).................. 49 Single-Game Records (WAC)..................... 50 Yearly Leaders..........................................51-56 Career Leaders................................................ 57 Single-Season Top 10............................58-59 NCAA Statistics.........................................60-63 WAC All-Time Standings.......................64-67 Composite Standings.................................. 67 Team Champions.......................................... 67 WAC Honors.................................................... 68 All-WAC Teams.........................................68-71 Academic All-WAC..................................71-73 WAC Players of the Week.....................74-76 All-Americans.................................................. 77 All-Region...................................................77-78 NCAA Tournament History..................79-80 WAC Tournament History....................81-84 NFCA Polls..................................................85-86 2014 Composite Schedule...................87-89

CREDITS The 2014 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. Editor Hope Shuler

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BAKERSFIELD ACADEMIC: Since opening its doors in 1970, the growth of California State University, Bakersfield has kept pace with the fastest-growing metropolitan area in the state. Thus, its role as the only four-year institution within a 100-mile radius becomes even more significant as it extends higher education opportunities to the increasing economic and social center. CSUB boasts an excellent and diverse faculty and the highest percentage of faculty in the California State University system with terminal degrees. More than 90% of its tenured faculty earned doctorate degrees in their fields of study. 8,000 undergraduate and graduate students on the main campus in Bakersfield and the Antelope Valley Center in Lancaster, Calif., benefit from excellent academic programs with a student-to-faculty ratio of 17:1. CSUB student learning also benefits from a wide range of co-curricular opportunities. In addition to more than 90 registered student clubs and organizations on campus, the student and campus life is enhanced by its NCAA Division I athletics program and a 75,000 square foot recreation center. CSUB and its academic programs have earned some of the nation’s and region’s highest accreditations.

Location: Bakersfield, Calif. Nickname: Roadrunners Founded: 1965 Enrollment: 8,000 Joined WAC: 2013

ATHLETIC: After completing the NCAA reclassification process in 2009, Bakersfield has enjoyed success as a new Division I program while showing it can be competitive in that short time. The Roadrunners, who won 30 NCAA National Championships and a Sears Director’s Cup as a Division II program, have already won two conference championships in men’s swimming (MPSF 2011) and baseball (WAC 2013) and earned their first berth in the NCAA Tournament as an at-large participant in the men’s soccer tournament in 2011. Bakersfield also nearly swept WAC baseball postseason honors in its first season as an affiliate member in 2013 with Tyler Shryock being named Player of the Year, Bill Kernen earning Coach of the Year honors and Jeff McKenzie being selected Pitcher of the Year. Other accolades within the department include two women’s basketball postseason berths in the WBI (2010, 2011) and a men’s basketball appearance in the 2012 CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament, all of which came while competing as an Independent. CSUB has also sent several athletes to the professional ranks recently as nine former baseball players are currently in the minor leagues while two former soccer players Kory Kindle (Colorado Rapids) and Gyasi Zardes (LA Galaxy) are playing in MLS. Several other men’s and women’s basketball players are enjoying professional careers oversea. MEN’S SPORTS: Baseball, Basketball, Golf, Soccer, Swimming and Diving, Outdoor Track and Field, Wrestling WOMEN’S SPORTS: Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Sand Volleyball, Soccer, Softball, Swimming and Diving, Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field, Volleyball, Water Polo

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MEMBER SCHOOLS CHICAGO STATE ACADEMIC: Chicago State University, founded in 1867, is a public university located on 161-picturesque acres in a residential community on the Southside of Chicago. The university’s five colleges – Health Sciences, Arts and Science, Business, Education, and Pharmacy - offer 36 undergraduate and 25 graduate degree-granting programs. In addition, CSU has a Division of Continuing Education and Non-Traditional Programs that reach out to the community with extension courses, distance learning and not-for-credit programs. Chicago State’s student-athletes are leaders academically on CSU’s campus. Last season 75 Cougars were honored as Scholar Athletes for achieving a cumulative grade point average of 3.00 or better. The total represents more than 60 percent of the total number of CSU student-athletes. The Chicago State women’s tennis team received the NCAA’s Public Recognition Award in 2013. The honor recognizes teams with an Academic Progress Rate in the top 10 percent of their sport nationally for the four-year period ending with 2011-12.

Location: Chicago, Ill. Nickname: Cougars Founded: 1867 Enrollment: 6,107 Joined WAC: 2013

ATHLETIC: The Cougars enter the Western Athletic Conference with a tremendous amount of momentum in the athletic department. In 2012-13, the Chicago State men’s basketball team earned the program’s first ever Division I conference championship and postseason bid thanks to a berth in the CollegeInsider.com Tournament. Baseball starts 2013-14 with a brand new $2.5 million on-campus stadium. The lighted, artificial turf stadium returns baseball to campus and gives CSU one of the finest diamonds in the Midwest. The 2013 campaign marks Toby Rens’ first as head volleyball coach at Chicago State. He owns the most NCAA head coaching victories of any Division I volleyball head coach in the state of Illinois. MEN’S SPORTS: Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Tennis, Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field WOMEN’S SPORTS: Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Tennis, Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field, Volleyball

GRAND CANYON ACADEMIC: Since 1949, Grand Canyon University has been a premier private university in Arizona, helping students find their purpose and achieve their potential through landing the career of their dreams, advancing their career, and changing careers. As a Christian university, GCU also encourages students to find their purpose in Christ, with an emphasis on applying Christian values and ethics to the workplace. GCU’s quality academic programs, offered through its colleges, provide the essential knowledge and skills needed to be effective in today’s complex business world. Grand Canyon University offers online and campus-based degree programs through the Ken Blanchard College of Business, College of Education, College of Nursing, College of Arts and Science, College of Fine Arts and Production and College of Doctoral Studies. As a leading private university in Arizona, GCU emphasizes individual attention for both traditional undergraduate students as well as the working professional.

Location: Phoenix, Ariz. Nickname: Antelopes Founded: 1949 Enrollment: 8,500 Joined WAC: 2013

ATHLETIC: The Grand Canyon University Department of Intercollegiate Athletics is dedicated to providing quality programs and athletic experiences for men and women with interest and ability that is consistent with the stated mission and values of the university. The department strives to educate and involve students and the university community in the promotion of personal growth. This department strives to prepare men and women to be student-athletes distinguished by integrity, effort to succeed, and Christian conduct. Student-athletes are expected to pursue excellence on the courts and playing fields, in the classroom, and in the community. Students who choose to participate in athletic programs are challenged to lead lives committed to health, discipline, perseverance, and stewardship. Student-athletes, coaches and staff are expected to emulate Christ in all aspects of their lives including their academic and athletic endeavors. GCU has won the Learfield Sports Directors Cup in back-to-back years (2011-12 and 2012-13) as the top performing school in Division II. The Antelopes have won two NCAA Division II National Championships, doing so in men’s soccer in 1996 and men’s indoor track and field in 2012. As members of the NAIA, the ‘Lopes won a combined seven national championships, winning four in baseball and three in basketball. MEN’S SPORTS: Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Lacrosse, Soccer, Swimming and Diving, Tennis, Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field, Volleyball, Wrestling WOMEN’S SPORTS: Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Sand Volleyball, Soccer, Softball, Swimming and Diving, Tennis, Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field, Volleyball

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MEMBER SCHOOLS IDAHO ACADEMIC: The University of Idaho is leading the West by providing access to exceptional learning opportunities, world-class facilities and an unparalleled residential community. Its students come from every state and 77 countries. Its faculty are at the forefront of research and lecture at prominent organizations around the world. Idaho’s facilities create a dynamic and engaging learning environment and include the stunning Student Recreation Center, ASUI-Kibbie Athletic Center, Idaho Commons, Student Union Building and Prichard Art Gallery. Idaho continues to have a record number of National Merit Scholars – second-most amongst public institutions of higher education in the Northwest and more than all other Idaho institutions combined. The Corporation for National and Community Service named Idaho to the 2010 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll for exemplary service efforts. This is the fifth-consecutive year Idaho has earned this highest federal recognition for its commitment to service learning and civic engagement. In 2012, Idaho swept the WAC’s Stan Bates Award for the second time in three years, as Markus Geiger and Kayla Mortellaro were honored with the league’s top student-athlete honor, and Jeremy Klas earned the award in 2013. The Vandals have now won the award a record nine times in just eight seasons of WAC participation.

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Location: Moscow, Idaho Nickname: Vandals Founded: 1889 Enrollment: 12,312 Joined WAC: 2005

ATHLETIC: Renovations continued at the Kibbie Dome in 2011-12 with the replacement of the East End wall and construction of the Litehouse Center, Bud and June Ford Clubroom and the Bob Curtis Press Box, which was re-located on the north side of the Dome. A 50-foot by 30-foot video board was added to the Dome in the summer of 2013 as well. The Dan O’Brien Track & Field Complex also underwent a complete renovation in time to host the 2012 WAC Outdoor Track & Field Championships. Idaho won two Western Athletic Conference team titles in 2012-13 and finished second in the WAC Commissioner’s Cup standings for the second consecutive year. Four Idaho student-athletes earned All-America honors in 2012-13 and Vandals combined for 34 First-Team All-WAC honors, 28 Second-Team honors, four WAC Athlete of the Year honors, two WAC Coach of the Year awards and a sweep of the WAC’s Joe Kearney Award for the top individual male and female athlete in the conference. MEN’S SPORTS: Basketball, Cross Country, Football, Golf, Tennis, Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field WOMEN’S SPORTS: Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Soccer, Swimming and Diving, Tennis, Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field, Volleyball

KANSAS CITY ACADEMIC: The University of Missouri-Kansas City, one of four University of Missouri campuses, is a public university serving more than 16,000 undergraduate, graduate and professional students. Located in the heart of a thriving urban setting, the university is surrounded by arts, entertainment, culture and sports. UMKC engages with the community and economy based on a four-part mission: life and health sciences; visual and performing arts; urban issues and education; and a vibrant learning and campus life experience. The Princeton Review named UMKC a “Best Value” university for 2012 and again for 2013. The 12:1 studentfaculty ratio and small classes give students a personal education and create a small-college feel, while Kansas City’s metropolitan environment provides extensive opportunities for internships and networking as well as culture and entertainment.

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Location: Kansas City, Mo. Nickname: Kangaroos Founded: 1929 Enrollment: 14,221 Joined WAC: 2013

ATHLETIC: UMKC joins the Western Athletic Conference in 2013, after 19 successful years with the Summit League. The men’s basketball team enters the new era with a new coach and a renovated venue. After winning a national title as an assistant with Louisville, Kareem Richardson joined UMKC as the team’s head coach. His team will play home games at historic Municipal Auditorium in downtown Kansas City, home to more NCAA Final Fours than any arena in the nation. Beyond basketball, several UMKC teams had record-breaking finishes last year. Men’s golf won their second Summit League title, and men’s tennis won its fourth straight regular season title and third straight tournament crown. But it isn’t just about the athletics. Last year, UMKC student-athletes earned the Summit League’s second-highest cumulative GPA. The year prior, UMKC set the bar with the league’s highest cumulative GPA. MEN’S SPORTS: Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Soccer, Tennis, Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field WOMEN’S SPORTS: Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Soccer, Softball, Tennis, Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field, Volleyball

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MEMBER SCHOOLS NEW MEXICO STATE ACADEMIC: For the 16th consecutive semester, all 17 men’s and women’s teams cumulative grade point averages combined are at or above a 3.00. For the 16th consecutive semester, Scholar Student-Athlete representation (3.0 semester and or cumulative grade point average or higher) was higher than 50 percent of the student-athlete population. The Aggies had 55 student-athletes post a perfect 4.0 GPA in the spring semester. NM State led the WAC with 184 Academic All-WAC selections. The Aggies graduate 90 percent of studentathletes on scholarship, who exhausting their eligibility.

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Location: Las Cruces, N.M. Nickname: Aggies Founded: 1888 Enrollment: 17,651 Joined WAC: 2005

ATHLETIC: The New Mexico State men’s basketball team won its second consecutive conference tournament championships and third title in four years in 2012-13 en route to its 20th NCAA Tournament appearance. The NM State men’s golf team won the 2013 WAC Championship for the sixth title in eight years and the team competed in the NCAA Regional. The Aggie volleyball team won its first WAC Tournament Championship and made its sixth NCAA Tournament showing in 2012. Both the NM State men’s and women’s cross country teams competed at the NCAA Mountain Regional and Courtney Schultz was the lone runner from the WAC to compete at the NCAA National Championships. The Aggie equestrian team participated at the NCEA National Championships in 2013. Swimmer Jessica Legge won two individual titles at the WAC Championships, and she was the first Aggie to win multiple titles since 2009. The NM State women’s indoor track and field team finished in third place at the conference meet, and Brianna Cromartie was named WAC Athlete of the Year. MEN’S SPORTS: Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country, Football, Golf, Tennis WOMEN’S SPORTS: Basketball, Cross Country, Equestrian, Golf, Soccer, Softball, Swimming and Diving, Tennis, Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field, Volleyball

SEATTLE U ACADEMIC: Seattle University, founded in 1891, is a Jesuit Catholic university located on 50 acres in Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood. More than 7,900 students are enrolled in undergraduate and graduate programs within eight schools and colleges. Seattle University is consistently ranked among the top 10 universities in the West by U.S. News & World Report and included in The Princeton Review’s Best Colleges guide. In the past 15 years, Seattle University has invested more than $200 million to build and renovate facilities. Thanks to a successful capital campaign, the Lemieux Library and McGoldrick Learning Commons was opened in September 2010, vastly improving the student’s access to new technology as a means of enhancing their education. In September 2011, a new fitness center and a new residence hall were dedicated, further enhancing the campus life. Seattle U prides itself on its commitment to social justice, community service, and sustainability.

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Location: Seattle, Wash. Nickname: Redhawks Founded: 1898 Enrollment: 7,755 Joined WAC: 2012

ATHLETIC: Seattle University entered the Western Athletic Conference with a bang in 2012-13, winning three conference titles: Erik Barkhaus in men’s cross country, the women’s basketball team winning the regular season conference title, and Hannah Mittelstaedt finishing first in the 3000 meter steeplechase at the outdoor track and field championships. Seattle U has advanced to 11 NCAA men’s basketball tournaments, including the title game of the 1958 tournament. Famous alumni include Elgin Baylor, Ed and John O’Brien, Eddie Miles, Tom Workman, Clint Richardson, Pat Lesser, Janet Hopps, Orrin Vincent, and Tom Gorman. The men’s soccer team won the 2004 NCAA Division II National Championship, while the swim program boasted two individual national champions in a three-year span. In its first year in the WAC, the Redhawks earned 14 First Team AllWAC honors as well as 164 Academic All-WAC awards. MEN’S SPORTS: Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Soccer, Swimming and Diving, Tennis, Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field WOMEN’S SPORTS: Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Rowing, Soccer, Softball, Swimming and Diving, Tennis, Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field, Volleyball

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MEMBER SCHOOLS TEXAS-PAN AMERICAN ACADEMIC: The University of Texas-Pan American, a Hispanic serving institution, is in the middle of one of the fastest growing areas in the nation, the southern tip of Texas known as the Rio Grande Valley. UTPA is located in Edinburg, Texas, approximately 10 miles north of the US/Mexico border and 75 miles northwest of South Padre Island. UTPA provides program specific classes in Rio Grande City, McAllen and South Padre Island in addition to those offered through the online learning center. Since its inception in 1927, UTPA has conferred over 2,600 associate’s, 58,000 bachelor’s, 13,000 master’s, and 155 doctoral degrees. UTPA provides an affordable education and global opportunities with a choice of 56 bachelor’s, 53 master’s, three doctoral, and two cooperative doctoral programs within 7 colleges. UTPA will join with The University of Texas at Brownsville to undergo a major transformation as part of Project South Texas, which will create an emerging Tier 1 research institution with a medical school, set to welcome its first freshman class in the fall of 2015. The plan will result in a single institution that spans the entire Rio Grande Valley, with a presence in each of the major metropolitan areas of Brownsville, Edinburg, Harlingen and McAllen. The new university will be eligible for funding from the Permanent University Fund.

Location: Edinburg, Texas Nickname: Broncs Founded: 1927 Enrollment: 19,843 Joined WAC: 2013

ATHLETIC: UTPA Athletics has a proud athletic tradition, with six team national championships and 10 individual national championships in men’s basketball and men’s tennis on its resume. The men’s basketball team won the 1963 NAIA National Championship and returned to the title game the following season. In 1980-81, the Broncs knocked off eventual NCAA Champion Indiana before reaching the NIT and falling to eventual champion Tulsa. Eighteen Broncs have been selected in the NBA Draft, six of whom went on to play in the NBA, including Luke Jackson, whose number hangs proudly over Sam Williams Court at the UTPA Fieldhouse. Since 2000, 24 UTPA men’s basketball players have gone pro. The men’s tennis team won the Big State Conference Championship every year from 1953 through 1965, winning the NAIA National Championships every year from 1961 through 1965 and finishing as finalists in 1959 and 1960. The Broncs also won the doubles championships every year from 1959 through 1963 and in 1965 as well, to go with singles championships every year from 1961 through 1963, along with 1965. The Broncs joined Division I in 1966 and immediately advanced to the NCAA Tournament, finishing in sixth place. The Broncs hosted the NCAA Championships in 1975 and 1976. Thirty-two Broncs have been selected in the MLB Draft, four of whom have gone on to play in majors. There are currently eight Broncs playing professional baseball, three of whom are in affiliated ball. Four of them played together with the Roswell Invaders and won the Pecos League Championship while sweeping MVP honors in 2013. The Broncs reached the 1971 College World Series after shutting out Texas in back-to-back games and had the No. 1 ranking at the end of the season. Each of the Broncs golf teams has won five team PGA Minority Collegiate Golf Championships. UTPA Athletics is set to start women’s soccer in 2014 and welcome back men’s soccer after a 17-year hiatus in 2015. MEN’S SPORTS: Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Tennis, Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field WOMEN’S SPORTS: Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Tennis, Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field, Volleyball

UTAH VALLEY ACADEMIC: Nestled between the towering Wasatch Mountains and the shores of Utah Lake in Orem, Utah, Utah Valley University is home to more than 30,000 students. As one of the largest institutions of higher education in the state, UVU offers more than 145 undergraduate, associate and certificate/degree programs, with graduate degrees in education, nursing and business administration. UVU is an open admissions, structured enrollment institution and serves as an important point of access to higher education within the community by providing opportunity to any student willing to perform to the university’s high academic standards. From top-quality academic programs to athletics in the Western Athletic Conference, UVU focuses on providing an outstanding experience to its students — with an emphasis on engaged learning, or the combination of traditional academic discovery with hands-on context and application.

Location: Orem, Utah Nickname: Wolverines Founded: 1941 Enrollment: 31,556 Joined WAC: 2013

ATHLETIC: Utah Valley University’s transition into the WAC completes its unprecedented move from a junior college athletic program to a member of NCAA Division I. In 2013 the Wolverines celebrate a decade of tenure in DI, marking ten years since they became the first modern-day athletic program to move from NJCAA directly to Division I. After a brief stint as an independent, UVU joined the upstart Great West Conference and experienced immediate and widespread success. The Wolverines claimed the GWC’s Commissioner’s Cup in each of the four years the league was in existence, finishing with a total of 39 conference titles and boasting eight All-Americans in that time. In 2012, UVU baseball strung together a 32-game winning streak -- the third longest in NCAA history -- while posting the nation’s top winning percentage at a 47-12 clip. It concluded the record-breaking season with the nation’s best team batting average, most runs scored, and its first-ever consensus All-American in Goose Kallunki. The 2012-13 season saw the UVU women’s soccer team claim its second straight GWC regular season and tournament titles while the women’s cross country and men’s and women’s outdoor track and field teams won their fifth consecutive league crowns. Women’s basketball, coming off its first GWC regular season title, was recognized by the WBCA as having the top GPA in the nation while men’s and women’s golf and track and field also earned national academic recognition. MEN’S SPORTS: Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Soccer, Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field, Wrestling WOMEN’S SPORTS: Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Soccer, Softball, Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field, Volleyball 6 2014 WAC Softball Media Guide


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WAC HISTORY After completing its 51st year of intercollegiate competition, the Western Athletic Conference continues to evolve and feature some of the nation’s best programs. One thing that remains unchanged is the persistent nature of the 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 and largest metropolitan cities. In addition, the WAC’s studentathletes work to achieve the highest levels of success with the academic support of their respective institutions. The WAC has experienced tremendous success over the years. In men’s basketball, the WAC has sent at least two teams to the NCAA Tournament in 24 of the past 29 seasons. In baseball, the WAC has boasted two national champions since 2003. In women’s basketball, the conference has had at least two teams qualify for the NCAA Tournament 10 times in 22 seasons, with a record five teams in 1998. The WAC also sent teams to three BCS football bowl games since 2006. In 2013-14, the WAC will create a new digital network to give fans streaming internet access to many of its regular season games and postseason championships including volleyball, soccer, swimming and diving, basketball, softball and baseball. 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. Since 1962, 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. In 2005, Idaho, New Mexico State and Utah State joined the WAC after Rice, SMU, UTEP and Tulsa withdrew. Boise State withdrew prior to the 2011-12

season. In 2012, the WAC added Denver, Seattle U, UT Arlington, UTSA and Texas State. The current membership began on July 1, 2013 when the WAC added Bakersfield, Chicago State, Grand Canyon, Kansas City, UTPA and Utah Valley to join Idaho, New Mexico State and Seattle U. The new institutions replace withdrawing members, Denver, Louisiana Tech, San Jose State, Utah State, UT Arlington, UTSA and Texas State. The WAC has had just six 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 (1971-80), Dr. Joe Kearney (1980-94), Karl Benson (1994-2012) and current commissioner Jeff Hurd (2012-present). Presently, the WAC crowns team and individual champions in 19 sports – nine men’s and 10 women’s. For the men, there are championships in baseball, basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, swimming and diving, tennis, indoor track and field and outdoor track and field. Championships for women are held in basketball, cross country, golf, 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.

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.

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NATIONAL CHAMPIONS NCAA TEAM TITLES

35 NCAA team titles have been won by the current members of the WAC Boxing 1940 Idaho 1941 Idaho 1950 Idaho Men’s Basketball 1993 Bakersfield (II) 1994 Bakersfield (II) 1997 Bakersfield (II) Men’s Soccer 1996 Grand Canyon (II) 1997 Bakersfield (II) 2004 Seattle U (II) Men’s Indoor Track and Field 2012 Grand Canyon (II) Men’s Swimming and Diving 1986 Bakersfield (II) 1987 Bakersfield (II) 1988 Bakersfield (II) 1989 Bakersfield (II) 1990 Bakersfield (II) 1991 Bakersfield (II) 1992 Bakersfield (II) 1993 Bakersfield (II) 1998 Bakersfield (II) 2000 Bakersfield (II) 2001 Bakersfield (II) 2002 Bakersfield (II) 2004 Bakersfield (II) Wrestling 1976 Bakersfield (II) 1977 Bakersfield (II) 1979 Bakersfield (II)

Football 1984 Brigham Young

1980 Bakersfield (II) 1981 Bakersfield (II) 1982 Bakersfield (II) 1983 Bakersfield (II) 1987 Bakersfield (II)

Men’s Golf 1981 Brigham Young 1998 UNLV

Women’s Volleyball 1989 Bakersfield (II)

Women’s Gymnastics 1992 Utah

Softball 1988 Bakersfield (II) 1989 Bakersfield (II) 1990 Bakersfield (II)

Softball 1998 Fresno State

PAST TEAM TITLES

35 NCAA team titles were won by former members of the WAC Baseball 1965 Arizona State 1967 Arizona State 1969 Arizona State 1976 Arizona 1977 Arizona State 2003 Rice 2008 Fresno State

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

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

NCAA INDIVIDUAL TITLES

253 NCAA individual titles have been won by the current teams in the WAC Bakersfield (209) Wrestling (I)......................................................................................................... 9 Wrestling (II)......................................................................................................30 Men’s Swimming & Diving (II).................................................................. 114 Women’s Swimming & Diving (II)...............................................................27 Men’s Indoor Track & Field (II)........................................................................ 5 Women’s Indoor Track & Field (II)................................................................. 3 Men’s Outdoor Track & Field (II)..................................................................13 Women’s Outdoor Track & Field (II)...........................................................16 Women’s Tennis (II)............................................................................................ 1 Chicago State (2) Men’s Swimming & Diving............................................................................. 2

Grand Canyon (17) Men’s Swimming & Diving (II)....................................................................... 6 Women’s Swimming & Diving (II)................................................................. 2 Women’s Tennis (II)............................................................................................ 2 Men’s Indoor Track & Field (II)........................................................................ 3 Wrestling (II)........................................................................................................ 4 Idaho (23) Boxing..................................................................................................................16 Skiing..................................................................................................................... 3 Men’s Outdoor Track & Field.......................................................................... 3 Women’s Outdoor Track & Field................................................................... 1 Seattle U (2) Men’s Swimming & Diving (II)....................................................................... 2

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WAC TIMELINE July 27, 1962 - The original charter for the Western Athletic Conference is Feb. 23, 1988 - The WAC and the Holiday Bowl reach an agreement for signed by the presidents of the charter member universities. Paul Brechler the conference champion to host the game through the 1992 season. is named the WAC’s first commissioner. May 9, 1990 - The WAC and ESPN agree to the conference’s first contract Nov. 10, 1962 - Arizona State wins the first WAC championship as it for the telecast of men’s basketball games by a national network. captures the cross country title. July 1, 1990 - The WAC merges with the High Country Athletic Conference Dec. 19, 1964 - Utah becomes the first school since the formation of to form a single conference for men’s and women’s athletics. the conference to participate in a bowl game as it defeats West Virginia, 32-6, in the Liberty Bowl. Dec. 1, 1991 - BYU’s Ty Detmer wins the Heisman Trophy, a first for a WAC athlete. March 20, 1966 - Utah becomes the first school to reach the NCAA Final Four, and Brigham Young captures the championship of the National June 12, 1991 - Fresno State is accepted as the WAC’s 10th member Invitation Tournament. effective July 1, 1992. Sept. 20, 1967 - UTEP becomes the WAC’s seventh member. Sept. 26, 1968 - Colorado State becomes the WAC’s eighth member.

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.

Sept. 1, 1969 - Wiles Hallock replaces Paul Brechler as commissioner.

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 July 1, 1971 - Stan Bates becomes the WAC’s third commissioner as he Copper Bowls for the next two years. replaces Wiles Hallock. April 20, 1994 - Karl Benson is appointed the fifth commissioner in league Dec. 27, 1971 - The first Fiesta Bowl, originated to match the WAC cham- history, replacing Dr. Joe Kearney. pion against an at-large team, is played in Tempe, Ariz. Arizona State defeats Florida State, 45-38. April 21, 1994 - The WAC Council of Presidents extends an invitation of membership to UNLV, Rice, San Jose State, SMU, TCU and Tulsa. Dec. 27, 1976 - The Presidents’ Council receives official notification of the intention of Arizona and Arizona State to seek affiliation with the June 6, 1994 - The University Arena in Albuquerque is chosen as the site then-Pacific-8 Conference. of the 1995 and 1996 WAC men’s and women’s basketball tournaments. April 8, 1977 - San Diego State University is extended an invitation of June 14, 1994 - The WAC signs a multi-year football contract with ESPN membership effective July 1, 1978. and ABC. 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.

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.

June 30, 1978 - Arizona and Arizona State officially withdraw from the May 1, 1995 - The Thomas and Mack Center in Las Vegas is selected conference. as the site of the 1997 and 1998 WAC men’s and women’s basketball tournaments. Sept. 29, 1978 - The University of Hawai`i is officially approved as a member effective July 1, 1979. 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 Dec. 22, 1978 - After a seven-year tie to the Fiesta Bowl, the WAC begins largest such contract in WAC history and the first national telecast of a new affiliation with the Holiday Bowl in San Diego. WAC women’s basketball. The WAC becomes the only conference in the country with an exclusive contract with ESPN for football and basketball. Aug. 29, 1979 - The United States Air Force Academy is accepted as a member effective July 1, 1980. 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 May 1, 1980 - Dr. Joe Kearney is named the fourth commissioner in Game. conference history as he replaces Stan Bates. Dec. 11, 1995 - The WAC’s first website is published. May 1, 1983 - The Presidents’ Council approves the concept for a WAC Basketball Tournament beginning in 1984. 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 Dec. 21, 1984 - Brigham Young University earns the conference’s first na- in Las Vegas. tional football championship with a victory over Michigan in the Holiday Bowl to complete a 13-0 season. 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 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 July 1, 1996 - The WAC becomes the nation’s largest NCAA Division I-A men’s basketball games. conference with 16 members competing in 11 men’s and 10 women’s championship sports. 9 WACSports.com


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WAC TIMELINE Nov. 26-30, 1996 - The WAC hosts its first ever volleyball tournament at June 5, 2001 - Tulsa’s Reynolds Center is chosen as the site for the 2002 the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. Brigham Young defeats Hawai`i, 3-2, in the men’s and women’s basketball tournaments. championship match. June 20, 2001 - The WAC signs a three-year deal with ESPN for telecasts Dec. 7, 1996 - Brigham Young and Wyoming play in the inaugural WAC of football and basketball. Football Championship game at Sam Boyd Stadium in Las Vegas. Brigham Young wins the game in overtime, 28-25, before a record-setting crowd July 1, 2001 - Boise State University and Louisiana Tech University beof 41,238, the largest for a team sporting event in Nevada. come official members of the WAC, while TCU withdraws. This increases the membership to 10 schools. Jan. 1, 1997 - The WAC has its second team ever play in a New Year’s Day Jan. 17, 2002 - Tulsa is chosen as the host for the 2003 basketball tourbowl. Brigham Young defeats Kansas State in the Cotton Bowl, 19-15, and naments. sets the record for most wins by a Division I-A school with 14. Aug. 7, 2002 - The WAC initiates an innovative and creative two-year pilot June 23, 1997 - The WAC becomes a Bowl Alliance member beginning project to create an academic alliance among its 10 member institutions. with the 1998 season. Nov. 12, 2002 - Fresno State’s brand new Save Mart Center is chosen as Nov. 24, 1997 - Brigham Young wins the women’s NCAA national the site for the 2004 WAC Basketball Tournament while Nevada is picked championship in cross country. It’s the first-ever women’s national title as host for the 2005 tournament. in WAC history. Dec. 31, 2002 - Boise State and Fresno State both win their bowl games. March 30, 1998 - The Utah Runnin’ Utes advance to the NCAA men’s The Broncos beat Iowa State 34-16 in the Humanitarian Bowl, while the basketball title game. Utah leads most of the game, but bows out in the Bulldogs defeat Georgia Tech, 30-21, in the Silicon Valley Football Classic. final five minutes to Kentucky. Feb. 22, 2003 - The men’s basketball teams from Fresno State, Hawai`i, May 25, 1998 - Fresno State’s softball team wins the national champion- Louisiana Tech and Tulsa compete in ESPN’s inaugural Bracket Buster ship with a 1-0 victory over Arizona. Saturday event. May 27-30, 1998 - UNLV wins the men’s NCAA golf title. It’s the third June 23, 2003 - Rice wins the NCAA title in baseball, the school’s first national championship for a WAC team during the 1997-98 season. team title in any sport. Nov. 28, 1998 - Hawai`i and Brigham Young meet in the WAC Volleyball Oct. 23, 2003 - The WAC Board of Directors extends invitations for Tournament final and the Wahine win, 15-12, 21-19, 13-15, 16-18, 24-22. membership to New Mexico State and Utah State, effective July 1, 2005. The 89 points scored by Hawai`i sets a new NCAA record. June 4, 2004 - The WAC Board of Directors extends an invitation for June 7, 1999 - Selland Arena in Fresno is chosen as the site for the 2000 membership to the University of Idaho, effective July 1, 2005. men’s and women’s basketball tournaments. Tulsa’s Reynolds Center is selected for the 2001 tournaments. Oct. 1, 2004 - The University of Nevada is selected as the host for the 2006 WAC Basketball Tournament. June 8, 1999 - The WAC signs a two-year football and basketball television deal with Fox Sports Net. Nov. 2, 2004 - Sacramento State is added as an affiliate member in baseball beginning with the 2006 season. June 10, 1999 - The WAC Council of Presidents extends an invitation of membership to Nevada beginning July 1, 2000. 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 June 30, 1999 - Air Force, Brigham Young, Colorado State, UNLV, New third consecutive year. Mexico, San Diego State, Utah and Wyoming officially withdraw from the conference. April 7, 2005 - The WAC announces the addition of women’s gymnastics beginning in 2005-06. Also reinstates postseason tournaments for both Oct. 17, 1999 - The WAC Council of Presidents invites Boise State and softball and baseball for 2006. Louisiana Tech to join the league on July 1, 2001. July 1, 2005 - Idaho, New Mexico State and Utah State become official Dec. 25, 1999 - The Hawai`i football team breaks the NCAA record with members of the WAC. Rice, SMU, UTEP and Tulsa withdraw giving the an eight and a half game improvement in wins from the previous year WAC a total of nine members. with a 23-17 victory over Oregon State in the Oahu Bowl. July 27, 2005 - The WAC unveils its new marketing campaign, “Play Up.” July 1, 2000 - The University of Nevada becomes an official member of the WAC and increases the membership to nine schools. Nov. 10, 2005 - Fresno State defeats Boise State, 27-7, in football, ending the Broncos’ WAC-record 31-game conference winning streak. Dec. 31, 2000 - Fresno State competes in the inaugural Silicon Valley Football Classic in San Jose. Nov. 11, 2005 - New Mexico State is named host for the 2007 and 2008 WAC basketball tournaments. March 29, 2001 - The University of Tulsa wins the men’s basketball NIT title with a 79-60 victory over Alabama. 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. 10 2014 WAC Softball Media Guide


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WAC TIMELINE Nov. 24, 2005 - The WAC streams its first sporting event (the opening Nov. 28, 2010 - For the first time since 1997, the WAC has three football match of the volleyball tournament) via the internet using WAC.TV. teams ranked in the AP top 25: Boise State, Nevada and Hawai‘i. Feb. 17-18, 2006 - The WAC goes 3-1 in BracketBusters as Nevada, Loui- June 14, 2011 - The WAC Board of Directors extends an invitation for siana Tech and Utah State earn men’s basketball wins. membership to Seattle U, effective July 1, 2012. March 26, 2006 - The WAC sponsors its first WAC Women’s Gymnastics July 14, 2011 - The WAC Board of Directors extends an invitation for championship since 1993 in Logan, Utah. membership to UT Arlington, effective July 1, 2012, increasing membership to 10 schools. April 3, 2006 - Louisiana Tech men’s basketball player Paul Millsap becomes the first player in NCAA history to lead the nation in rebounding Sept. 19, 2011 – Dallas Baptist and Bakersfield added as affiliate members three years in a row. in baseball beginning with the 2013 season. Jan. 1, 2007 - Boise State becomes the first WAC team to play in a BCS March 9, 2012 - Jeff Hurd is named interim commissioner of the WAC. bowl game and beats Oklahoma in the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl, 43-42, in overtime. July 1, 2012 – Denver, Seattle, UT Arlington, UTSA and Texas State become official members of the WAC. Fresno State, Hawai‘i and Nevada withdraw Feb. 16-17, 2007 - Boise State, Nevada, New Mexico State and Utah giving the WAC a total of 10 members. State win men’s basketball games to give the WAC a perfect 4-0 record in BracketBusters. Oct. 9, 2012 - The WAC Board of Directors extend invitations for membership to CSU Bakersfield and Utah Valley, effective July 1, 2013. April 28-29, 2007 - A total of 17 WAC football players are chosen in the NFL Draft, the most ever (per school) in the seven-round format. Nov. 27, 2012 - The WAC Board of Directors extend an invitation for membership to Grand Canyon, effective July 1, 2013. 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. Dec. 5, 2012 – Chicago State becomes a member of the WAC, effective July 1, 2013. 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 Dec. 12, 2012 – Northern Colorado is added as an affiliate member in deciding game. baseball beginning with the 2014 season. Sept. 3, 2008 - The WAC announces a contract extension with ESPN that Dec. 19, 2012 – Texas-Pan American accepts an invitation to become the guarantees more than 300 regular-season and 45 championship events eighth member of the conference for the 2013-14 season. will be aired on the ESPN networks through the spring of 2017. Jan. 9, 2013 – The WAC reinstates men’s soccer. Bakersfield, Grand Canyon December, 2008 - For the first time in its history, the WAC sends more and Seattle will be joined by affiliates Air Force, Houston Baptist, UNLV than half of its football teams (five) to postseason bowl games. and San Jose State for the 2013 season. April-June, 2009 - The WAC announces neutral site locations for the 2009 Feb. 7, 2013 – The University of Missouri-Kansas City accepted an invitaVolleyball Tournament (Las Vegas), the 2010-12 Baseball Tournaments tion for membership to join the conference effective July 1, 2013. (Mesa, Ariz.) and the 2010-11 Men’s and Women’s Basketball Tournaments (Las Vegas). Feb. 11, 2013 – North Dakota is added as an affiliate member in baseball beginning with the 2014 season. Dec. 12, 2009 - The Hawai‘i women’s volleyball team swept No. 16 Michigan, 25-23, 25-19, 25-18 in the NCAA Tournament Regional Final at June 11, 2013 – Jeff Hurd is named the sixth commissioner in league Maples Pavilion, advancing the team to its ninth Final Four appearance history. in school history. July 1, 2013 – Bakersfield, Chicago State, Grand Canyon, Kansas City, Jan. 4, 2010 - Boise State makes its second appearance in the Tostitos Texas-Pan American and Utah Valley become official members of the Fiesta Bowl and beats TCU, 17-10. The Broncos become the second team WAC. Denver, Louisiana Tech, San Jose State, UT Arlington, UTSA, Texas in FBS history to end a season 14-0. State and Utah State withdraw giving the WAC a total of nine members. May 30, 2010 – Hawai‘i defeats Alabama on a two-out, two-run, walk-off home run by Jenna Rodriguez in the bottom of the seventh in the deciding game of the NCAA Tuscaloosa Softball Super Regional, sending the UH to its first-ever College World Series. The moment was nominated for “Best Upset” at the 2010 ESPN ESPY Awards.

July 1, 2013 – WAC Board of Directors determined that the men’s and women’s basketball tournaments will return to Las Vegas and the Orleans Arena March 12-15, 2014. The Board also committed to the development of a strategic plan to facilitate conference growth that includes both a digital network and a new marketing/branding campaign.

Aug. 27, 2010 - The WAC and Learfield Sports announce the creation of the WAC Sports Network to enhance the coverage of football and basketball in the WAC’s media markets. Nov. 11, 2010 - The WAC Board of Directors extend invitations for membership to Denver, UTSA and Texas State, effective July 1, 2012.

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WAC STAFF

JEFF HURD Commissioner

Jeff Hurd was named Commissioner of the WAC on June 14, 2013. He has been associated with the conference for more than half of its existence as he joined the WAC staff in 1985 as the Director of Conference Relations. Hurd, who is the sixth commissioner in the WAC’s 51-year history, has served in various capacities during his tenure. He was the Conference’s Senior Associate Commissioner prior to being named to replace former commissioner Karl Benson on an interim basis.

Hurd is a graduate of the University of Missouri’s School of Journalism and began his professional career as the Sports Editor of the Hannibal (Missouri) Courier-Post. He also worked for the Tulsa Tribune, was the Sports Information Director at the University of Tulsa and the Director of Public Relations for the Missouri Valley Conference prior to joining the WAC. A native of Minot, North Dakota, Hurd and his wife, Cheri, reside in Centennial, Colo., and are the parents of four children: Shannon, Michael, Kristen and Kevin.

Commissioner Hurd presenting at the 2012 WAC Basketball Tournament

CONNIE HURLBUT

MOLLIE LEHMAN

DAVE CHAFFIN

Deputy Commissioner

Senior Associate Commissioner and Chief Financial Officer

Associate Commissioner for Technology and Conference Services

Mollie Lehman joined the WAC staff in August, 2007, and is the Senior Associate Commissioner and Chief Financial Officer. She is primarily responsible for handling all the accounting, finance, and human resource functions within 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.

Dave Chaffin joined the WAC staff in 1995 and was promoted to Associate Commissioner in 2010. His responsibilities include technology, conference services and overseeing the WAC Digital Network. 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 daughter, Jamie. They reside in Centennial.

Connie Hurlbut joined the WAC staff in 2009 and serves as Deputy Commissioner. 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 allsport 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 and Maggie.

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WAC STAFF NICOLE HARVEY

VICKY EGGLESTON

HOPE SHULER

Assistant Commissioner for Compliance

Director, Creative Services

Director, Media Relations

Nicole Harvey joined the WAC staff in June, 2013, and oversees all compliance activities while managing WAC involvement in all aspects of NCAA governance. Harvey spent the previous 10 years at the University of Memphis where she began in Academic Services before being named the Assistant Athletic Director for Compliance & Student Services in 2007. Prior to Memphis, Harvey worked in compliance at both Southern Illinois and Kansas State. She earned both her bachelor’s and master’s degrees at Kansas State, where she was a student-athlete competing in track and field.

Vicky Eggleston came to the WAC in December, 2006, and oversees the creative services of the conference. Before joining the WAC, Eggleston served as the media designer at R+L Carriers in Ohio. Prior to that she spent eight years in the communications and marketing department at Ohio University, where she also assisted in television production. Eggleston is a graduate of Ohio University where she earned her bachelor’s degree in communications and a master of arts degree in telecommunications. She and her husband, Bryan, have two daughters, Kelsey and Kylie. They live in Littleton.

Hope Shuler came to the WAC in September, 2008, and serves as the media relations contact for volleyball, women’s basketball and softball. Before joining the WAC, Shuler served as the media relations director for The Summit League. She also worked at the University of Arizona, the University of Utah and Elmhurst College. Shuler earned bachelor of arts degrees in journalism and sports administration from the University of Nebraska at Kearney and completed coursework towards a master’s degree in management at the University of Denver. She and her husband, Scott, live in Aurora with their daughter, Everly.

JASON ERICKSON

AMANDA BENZINE

Mary Barber

Director, Media Relations

Director, Championships and Marketing

Administrative Assistant

Amanda Benzine joined the WAC in August, 2011, and oversees the budgeting, planning and administration of the conference’s championships and marketing programs. Benzine came to the WAC after serving as the Director of Marketing at Northern Illinois for two years where she created and implemented comprehensive marketing and ticket sales plans for football, basketball and other sports. Prior to Northern Illinois, Benzine spent several years in the marketing department at the University of Wisconsin where she also earned her bachelor’s degree in communications.

Mary Barber joined the WAC Staff in August, 2013, and serves as the office manager for the conference office. Before joining the WAC, Barber served as the Executive Assistant for the Vice President of Advancement and External Relations at Metropolitan State University of Denver. Prior to that she was the scholarship administrative officer at the Daniels Fund. Barber earned a degree at Colorado Northwestern Community College. A Montana native, she and her husband reside in Aurora.

Jason Erickson joined the WAC staff in September, 2007, and handles media relations duties for the WAC in women’s soccer, men’s basketball, baseball and golf. 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 at Idaho State in 2006. He has a fiveyear-old son, Nash.

MATT PUCAK

Jared Williams

DAVE NEIDLINGER

Assistant Director, Championships and Media Relations

Intern, Championships and Compliance

Supervisor, Women’s Softball Officials

Matt Pucak joined the WAC staff in the fall of 2011 as an intern and was promoted to Assistant Director of Championships and Media Relations in 2012. Pucak graduated from Colorado State in 2008 with a bachelor’s degree in journalism and technical communications.

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Dave Neidlinger was hired as the first softball coordinator for the WAC in the summer of 2006. He has been the softball coordinator for the Mountain West Conference since its inception in 1999 and for the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference since 1992.


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WAC SAAC 2013-14 WAC STUDENT-ATHLETE ADVISORY COMMITTEE

Brooke Melvin

Colin Briggs

Taryn Miller

Reagan Quigley

Track & Field

Soccer SAAC Vice Pres.

Jenna Pearson

Baseball

Wanda Beguelin Tennis

Soccer

Michael Oakley Soccer

Christy Barela

Horlexus Willis

Track & Field SAAC Social Media

Track & Field SAAC Event Coord.

Scott Bann

Lindsey Bryant

UTAH VALLEY

Garett Anderson

Felipe Reyes

Basketball SAAC Secretary

UTPA

Soccer

Basketball

Volleyball

SEATTLE U Stephanie Verdoia

Markus Starks

NEW MEXICO STATE

Golf

KANSAS CITY

Wrestling SAAC President

IDAHO

Dalton Kelley

Swimming & Diving SAAC Event Coord.

GRAND CANYON

CHICAGO STATE

BAKERSFIELD Lauren Kaufman

Track & Field

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Track & Field SAAC Vice Pres.

Ben Aird Basketball


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WAC SAAC / WAC CHAMPIONSHIPS 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 Student-Athlete 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 one in-person meeting 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. If you have any questions relative to the WAC SAAC or its activities, please contact Nicole Harvey in the conference office.

TEAM SPORT SUMMARIES

2013-14 CALENDAR

WOMEN’S SOCCER League: Seven teams (Bakersfield, Grand Canyon, Idaho, Kansas City, New Mexico State, Seattle U, Utah Valley). Schedule: Double round-robin for a total of 12 matches. Tournament: Top four eligible teams meet in Las Cruces, N.M.

CROSS COUNTRY-M&W Nov. 2 Seattle, Wash. Host: Seattle U

MEN’S SOCCER League: Eight teams (Air Force, Bakersfield, Grand Canyon, Houston Baptist, Kansas City, UNLV, San Jose State, Seattle U). Schedule: Two divisions of four teams with a double round-robin within each division and a single round-robin against the other division for a total of 10 matches. Tournament: Seven eligible teams meet in Colorado Springs, Colo. VOLLEYBALL Schedule: Double round-robin for a total of 16 WAC matches. Tournament: Top six eligible teams meet in Phoenix, Ariz. MEN’S AND WOMEN’S BASKETBALL Schedule: Double round-robin for a total of 16 WAC games. Tournament: Eight eligible teams (Bakersfield, Chicago State, Idaho, Kansas City, New Mexico State, Seattle U, UTPA, Utah Valley) meet in Las Vegas, Nev. WOMEN’S TENNIS League: Seven teams (Chicago State, Grand Canyon, Idaho, Kansas City, New Mexico State, Seattle U, UTPA). Tournament: Six eligible teams meet in Las Cruces, N.M. MEN’S TENNIS League: Seven teams (Chicago State, Grand Canyon, Idaho, Kansas City, New Mexico State, Seattle U, UTPA). Tournament: Six eligible teams meet in Las Cruces, N.M. SOFTBALL League: Six teams (Bakersfield, Grand Canyon, Kansas City, New Mexico State, Seattle U, Utah Valley). Schedule: Fifteen WAC games played as three games at one site, alternating home and away each year. Tournament: Five eligible teams meet in Seattle, Wash. (double-elimination). BASEBALL League: Ten teams (Bakersfield, Chicago State, Grand Canyon, New Mexico State, North Dakota, Northern Colorado, Sacramento State, Seattle U, UTPA, Utah Valley). Schedule: Twenty-seven WAC games played as three-game series at one site, alternating home and away each year. Tournament: Top six eligible teams meet in Mesa, Ariz. (double-elimination). 15 WACSports.com

WOMEN’S SOCCER Nov. 8 &10 Las Cruces, N.M. Host: New Mexico State MEN’S SOCCER Nov. 14-15, 17 Colorado Springs, Colo. Host: Air Force WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL Nov. 25-27 Phoenix, Ariz. Host: Grand Canyon INDOOR TRACK AND FIELD-M&W Feb. 26-28 Moscow, Idaho Host: Idaho SWIMMING AND DIVING-M&W Feb. 26-March 1 San Antonio, Texas Host: Palo Alto College BASKETBALL-M&W March 12-15 Las Vegas, Nevada Host: Orleans Arena WOMEN’S GOLF April 25-27 Mesa, Ariz. Host: Longbow Golf Course TENNIS-M&W April 25-27 Las Cruces, N.M. Host: New Mexico State MEN’S GOLF May 2-4 Las Vegas, Nev. Host: Stallion Mountain Golf Course SOFTBALL May 8-10 Seattle, Wash. Host: Seattle U OUTDOOR TRACK AND FIELD-M&W May 14-17 Orem, Utah Host: Utah Valley BASEBALL May 21-25 Mesa, Ariz. Host: Cubs Park


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SOFTBALL NOTES PRESEASON COACHES POLL

The six WAC head coaches voted on the preseason poll and could not vote for their own team.

Rank

1.

Team (First-Place Votes) New Mexico State (5)

Points 25

2.

Seattle U (1)

19

3.

Utah Valley

14

4. Bakersfield

13

5.

Kansas City

10

6.

Grand Canyon

9

PRESEASON ALL-WAC TEAM

Player

School

Yr. Pos.

Emma Adams

New Mexico State

So.

3B

Kelsey Barak

Grand Canyon

Jr.

SS

Caitlin Christopher

Kansas City

Jr.

C

Shay Fryer

Bakersfield

Sr.

SS

Izzy Geronimo

Seattle U

So.

OF

Katie Kelley

Kansas City

So.

1B/RHP

Bubba Morrow

Seattle U

Jr.

C

Amanda Robinson

Utah Valley

Sr.

1B

Staci Rodriguez

New Mexico State

Jr.

OF

Josi Summers

Utah Valley

Jr.

RHP

Karissa Veiga

Bakersfield

Sr.

OF

Claire Zampini

Grand Canyon

Sr.

OF

LETTERWINNER/STARTER CAPSULE

This season, all six teams return at least nine letterwinners from a

SEATTLE U TO HOST 2014 WAC TOURNAMENT Seattle U will host the 2014 WAC Softball Tournament. The five eligible teams will advance to the double-elimination tournament, which will be held at Logan Field May 8-10. It is the first time the Redhawks have hosted the event. NEW MEXICO STATE PICKED TO WIN 2014 WAC TITLE In a preseason vote of the six WAC softball coaches, who could not vote for their own team, New Mexico State was selected as the preseason favorite to win the title. The Aggies took the top spot in the preseason poll with 25 points and five first-place votes, followed by Seattle U in second place with 19 points and the other first-place vote. Utah Valley was third with 14 points, just ahead of Bakersfield in fourth place with 13 points. Kansas City and Grand Canyon rounded out the poll with 10 and nine points, respectively. RETURNING ALL-CONFERENCE PLAYERS Three of the first team All-WAC players from last year return for the 2014 season in New Mexico State’s Staci Rodriguez, the reigning WAC Player of the Year, and Seattle U’s Buubba Morrow and Isabella Geronimo. New Mexico State’s Emma Adams and Malena Padilla are the lone returners from the second team. Bakersfield’s Shay Fryer and Karissa Veiga were named first team AllPacific Coast Softball Conference (PCSC) last year, while Amber Mills was named to the second team and Kelsie Monroe was an honorable mention honoree. Utah Valley’s Amanda Robinson was named first team All-PCSC, while teammate Jamie North was named to the second team and Kelli Fox and Josi Summers were honorable mention honorees. Katie Kelley of Kansas City was named first team All-Summit League. Meanwhile, Grand Canyon’s Stephanie Pesqueira, Kayla Henry and Claire Zampini were named first team All-PacWest, with Pesqueira also earning Pitcher of the Year honors. Teammates Kiki Sepulveda and Kailey Regester were named second team All-PacWest, while Lauren Regester and Nicole Newbury were third team selections.

year ago. Bakersfield returns the most letterwinners with 13, while New Mexico State returns 12 letterwinners and Grand Canyon returns 11. Grand Canyon returns all of its starters from last year, while Bakersfield returns 10. New Mexico State and Utah Valley return six each, while Kansas City and Seattle U return seven apiece. The following is a list of the number of letterwinners returning and lost and starters returning and lost for all six teams. Team

LR LL SR SL

Bakersfield

13 2 10 1

Grand Canyon

11

1

10

0

Kansas City

10

7

7

5

New Mexico State

12

6

6

4

Seattle U

9

6

7

3

Utah Valley

9

7

6

5

TOP RETURNING STAT LEADERS The top returning stat leaders in the WAC from last year include: Category Batting Average Slugging Pct. On Base Pct. Runs Hits RBI Doubles Triples Home Runs Wins Saves Strikeouts Innings Pitched

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Name, School Staci Rodriguez, NMSU Staci Rodriguez, NMSU Staci Rodriguez, NMSU Staci Rodriguez, NMSU Staci Rodriguez, NMSU Staci Rodriguez, NMSU Kelsey Dodd, NMSU Isabella Geronimo, SU Staci Rodriguez, NMSU Richelle Ashburn, SU Mandie Sugita, SU Richelle Ashburn, SU Richelle Ashburn, SU

Statistic/’13 Rank .357/5th .780/1st .437/6th 36/6th 60/3rd 63/1st 14/T-1st 3/T-3rd 20/1st 11/6th 2/T-6th 89/8th 143.2/9th


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SOFTBALL NOTES A Look Back: 2013

USA TODAY/NFCA PRESEASON TOP 25

SAN JOSE STATE REPRESENTS WAC AT TEMPE REGIONAL San Jose State represented the WAC in the NCAA Tournament at the Tempe Regional. The Spartans fell to No. 5 overall seed Arizona State (52) and were eliminated from the tournament by San Diego State (5-2). It was San Jose State’s third NCAA Tournament appearance and its first since the 1992 season. TWO WAC PLAYERS NAMED ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS Two WAC softball players – Louisiana Tech’s Erin Kipp and New Mexico State’s Amber Olive – were named Capital One Academic All-Americans. Both players were named to the second team. Kipp, a designated player from Bullard, Texas, boasts a 3.82 grade-point average in biology. A two-time Academic All-WAC honoree, she was a National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) second team All-Central Region honoree and was named second team All-WAC. On the field, she hit .349 with 51 hits and registered a team-best .555 slugging percentage. Olive, a senior outfielder, posted a cumulative GPA of 3.88 and graduated with bachelor’s degrees in psychology and communication studies. The NM State Female Scholar Athlete of the Year, she was a first team All-WAC selection and second team All-Region honoree after hitting .393 with 79 hits and 41 runs scored. FOUR WAC PLAYERS NAMED ALL-REGION Four WAC players were named to the Louisville Slugger/National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) Division I All-Region teams. New Mexico State led the way with two players named to the Pacific Region teams. Outfielder Staci Rodriguez was named to first team, while outfielder Amber Olive was a second team honoree. San Jose State pitcher Amanda Pridmore was also named second team All-Pacific Region, while Louisiana Tech utility player Erin Kipp was named to the All-Central Region second team. The all-region teams were chosen by NFCA member coaches from each region. SAN JOSE STATE WINS FIRST-EVER WAC TOURNAMENT Top-seeded San Jose State shut out No. 2-seed New Mexico State 4-0 in the championship game to win its first-ever WAC Tournament title. Amanda Pridmore threw a complete-game one-hitter en route to MVP honors. All-Tournament Team Brooke Baker, Texas State Kelli Baker, Texas State Markesha Collins, San Jose State Kelsey Dodd, New Mexico State Melanie Goff, Louisiana Tech Jessie Hufstetler, San Jose State Amanda Krueger, Louisiana Tech Alex Newman, New Mexico State Amanda Pridmore, San Jose State (MVP) Haylee Staton, UTSA Nina Villanueva, UT Arlington

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 ‘13 Record Tennessee (7) 52-12 Oklahoma (17) 57-4 Washington (1) 45-17 Florida (6) 58-9 Michigan (1) 51-13 Alabama 45-15 Arizona State 50-12 Oregon 50-11 Nebraska 45-16 Texas 51-10 Texas A&M 42-18 Kentucky 41-21 Louisiana-Lafayette 47-15 Missouri 38-14 Florida State 44-19 UCLA 40-20 LSU 42-16 Baylor 42-17 Louisville 48-13 South Alabama 48-9 UAB 40-19 Stanford 39-21 Georgia 40-21 California 38-19 South Florida 45-16

Pts. ‘13 Final Rank 729 2 720 1 702 4 684 5 652 6 604 10 593 7 576 9 572 8 532 3 383 13 374 14 367 12 357 11 317 15 282 21 269 18 244 20 235 19 194 17 181 16 164 22 149 NR 125 23 98 NR

ESPN.COM/USA SOFTBALL PRESEASON TOP 25 Rank School ‘13 Record Pts. ‘13 Final Rank 1. Tennessee (6) 52-12 459 2 2. Oklahoma (5) 57-4 456 1 3. Florida (6) 58-9 448 5 4. Michigan 51-13 411 6 5. Washington (2) 45-17 409 4 6. Alabama 45-15 398 10 7. Arizona State (1) 50-12 387 7 8. Oregon 50-11 326 9 9. Nebraska 45-16 297 8 10. Texas 51-10 273 3 11. Texas A&M 42-18 262 13 12. Florida State 44-19 246 14 13. UCLA 40-20 226 19 14. Kentucky 41-21 218 12 15. Louisiana-Lafayette 47-15 216 15 16. Baylor 42-17 202 20 17. Missouri 38-14 177 11 18. Louisville 48-13 162 23 19. LSU 42-16 150 16 20. Stanford 39-21 124 21 21. Georgia 40-21 118 22 22. South Alabama 48-9 95 18 23. South Florida 45-16 81 NR 24. California 38-19 67 24 25. UAB 40-19 66 17

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SOFTBALL NOTES A Look Back: 2013 (Continued) 2013 ALL-WAC TEAMS New Mexico State’s Staci Rodriguez was named WAC Player of the Year, while San Jose State’s Amanda Pridmore was named Pitcher of the Year. Meanwhile, Louisiana Tech’s Anna Cross was named Freshman of the Year and San Jose State’s Peter Turner was named Coach of the Year. Rodriguez, a sophomore rightfielder from Paramount, Calif., earned WAC Player of the Year after leading all players in WAC games with 26 RBI, nine home runs, 56 total bases and a .903 slugging percentage. She also ranked second in runs scored (16), fourth in batting average (.403) and on-base percentage (.507), and sixth in hits (25). She was named WAC Hitter of the Week three times. Pridmore, a senior righthander from Modesto, Calif., earned WAC Pitcher of the Year honors after leading the WAC in ERA (1.25), strikeouts (88), wins (13), saves (3), appearances (19) and games started (13) during WAC play. She also ranked second in opponent batting average (.203). Her 83 strikeouts was 35 more than any other player in the league and she was named WAC Pitcher of the Week five times during the season. Cross, a shortstop and pitcher from Cross Roads, Texas, tied for second in the WAC in conference games in games started (12), ranked third in slugging percentage (.653), tied for sixth in wins (4), tied for seventh in both doubles (5) and appearances (13), and ninth in both batting average (.367) and innings pitched (59.1). She earned WAC Pitcher of the Week honors once this season. Turner earned Coach of the Year honors after leading his team to its first-ever WAC regular-season title with a 17-4 mark. The Spartans also set the program record for wins in a season (39). In WAC play, SJSU led the conference in ERA, opposing batting average, strikeouts, hits allowed, runs allowed, homers allowed, triples and sacrifice flies. First Team Darian Blake, UTSA Markesha Collins, San Jose State Michelle Cox, San Jose State Anna Cross, Louisiana Tech Isabella Geronimo, Seattle U Amanda Krueger, Louisiana Tech Bubba Morrow, Seattle U Alex Newman, New Mexico State Amber Olive, New Mexico State Amanda Pridmore, San Jose State Staci Rodriguez, New Mexico State Christine Thomsen, Utah State Nina Villanueva, UT Arlington Second Team Emma Adams, New Mexico State Brooke Baker, Texas State Kelli Baker, Texas State Devin Caldwell, San Jose State Kristi Covarrubia, New Mexico State Hailey Froton, Utah State Melanie Goff, Louisiana Tech Macie Hair, Texas State Rayn House, Texas State Erin Kipp, Louisiana Tech Haley Lemons, Texas State Teri Lyles, UT Arlington Malena Padilla, New Mexico State

SJSU CLAIMS FIRST-EVER WAC REGULAR-SEASON TITLE San Jose State claimed the 2013 WAC regular-season title with a 17-4 record. It was the first WAC title for San Jose State since joining the conference in 1996-97. The Spartans did not lose a WAC series on the season, and are the winningest team in school history. THREE WAC PLAYERS NAMED ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT Three WAC softball players were voted to the Capital One CoSIDA Academic All-District teams. Louisiana Tech’s Erin Kipp, New Mexico State’s Amber Olive and Seattle U’s Allegra Wilde were each named to the first team. NM STATE’S RODRIGUEZ RANKS IN TOP 10 IN TWO CHARTS New Mexico State sophomore outfielder Staci Rodriguez had 20 home runs on the season, good for second place all-time in the NM State single-season record books, four shy of the all-time mark, and seventh in the WAC in single-season list. Rodriguez also had 63 RBI, good for second at NM State and 10th in the WAC. LA TECH RANKS NINTH IN SINGLE-SEASON STOLEN BASES Louisiana Tech closed out the season with 92 stolen bases, good for ninth place in the program single-season record books. The Lady Techsters more than tripled their opponents’ total of 27 stolen bases. Four different LA Tech players had 10 or more steals on the year. SAN JOSE STATE’S PRIDMORE SETS SEVERAL PROGRAM RECORDS San Jose State hurler Amanda Pridmore became the program’s all-time strikeout leader with her fourth strikeout of the game in the fifth inning against Louisiana Tech on April 12, surpassing Carol Forbes’ (2002-05) mark of 644. Pridmore closed out her career with 709 strikeouts. She is also the SJSU all-time wins (73) and saves leader (17), ranks first in strikeouts per seven innings (5.88), is second in appearances (166), games started (114), innings pitched (843.1) and opponent batting average (.235), fourth in complete games (81), fifth in shutouts (15) and 10th in ERA (2.45). Pridmore also set SJSU single-season records for wins (29) and strikeouts (254). In the WAC career record books, Pridmore ranks first in saves, fifth in innings pitched, seventh in wins and eighth in strikeouts. SAN JOSE STATE’S COLLINS SETS SINGLE-SEASON WALKS RECORD With 35 walks on the season, San Jose State senior outfielder Markesha Collins is the San Jose State single-season leader in the category. Her average of 0.61 walks per game ranked 71st nationally. TWO NO-HITTERS THROWN IN THE WAC IN 2013 Louisiana Tech senior Michelle Jones threw her first career no-hitter in a five-inning win over Alcorn State on Feb. 17. UT Arlington senior Teri Lyles pitched her first career no-hitter against Creighton on March 3. PRIDMORE SETS SCHOOL RECORD FOR STRIKEOUTS IN A GAME San Jose State senior hurler Amanda Pridmore set the school record for strikeouts in a game when she fanned 17 batters against Marist on March 16. Three times she posted three strikeouts in an inning, twice in succession. The 17 strikeouts tied for the fifth-most in a game in NCAA Division I history.

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SOFTBALL NOTES 2013 WAC STREAKS & SUPERLATIVES

2013 NCAA STATISTICS (Final) Team

Current Hitting Streaks (All Games)

Rank 1. 3.

Name.................................................................Games Brooke Baker, Texas State.......................................................9 Coralee Ramirez, Texas State.................................................9 Britnea Barilli, UT Arlington....................................................3 Rachel Forshaw, UT Arlington...............................................3 Isabella Geronimo, Seattle U..................................................3 Rogin Hardy, Seattle U.............................................................3

Hitting Streaks (Longest all year)

Rank 1. 2. 3. 5. 8.

Name.................................................................Games Amber Olive, New Mexico State.........................................17 Christine Thomsen, Utah State...........................................14 Michelle Cox, San Jose State ...............................................12 Staci Rodriguez, New Mexico State...................................12 Nicole Arata, Utah State.........................................................11 Victoria Birdwell, UTSA...........................................................11 Isabella Geronimo, Seattle U................................................11 Brooke Baker, Texas State.......................................................9 Darian Blake, UTSA....................................................................9 Rachel Forshaw, UT Arlington...............................................9 Melanie Goff, Louisiana Tech.................................................9 Dacia Hale, Louisiana Tech.....................................................9 Courtney Harris, Texas State..................................................9 Meghan Knowles, Louisiana Tech........................................9 Megan Low, UTSA......................................................................9 Coralee Ramirez, Texas State.................................................9

Multiple-Hit Games Rank 1. 2. 4. 5. 7.

Name.................................................................Games Amber Olive, New Mexico State.........................................24 Michelle Cox, San Jose State................................................17 Staci Rodriguez, New Mexico State...................................17 Christine Thomsen, Utah State...........................................16 Markesha Collins, San Jose State........................................15 Kristen Miles, Louisiana Tech...............................................15 Darian Blake, UTSA..................................................................14 Amanda Krueger, Louisiana Tech......................................14 Meagan Michele, UT Arlington...........................................14 Nina Villanueva, UT Arlington.............................................14

UT Arlington........................ 22nd.....................2.00

Fielding Percentage

UTSA...................................... 32nd.................... .970 Seattle U................................ 50th.................... .966

Won-Loss Percentage

San Jose State...................... 29th.................... .712

Home Runs Per Game

New Mexico State.............. 44th.....................0.95

Doubles Per Game

Seattle U................................ 37th.....................1.40

Triples Per Game

San Jose State...................... 35th.....................0.24

Stolen Bases Per Game

Louisiana Tech..................... 23rd.....................1.70

Slugging Percentage

New Mexico State.............. 47th.................... .447

Double Plays Per Game

New Mexico State.............. 11th.....................0.47 Louisiana Tech..................... 30th.....................0.40 Seattle U................................ 30th.....................0.40

Home Runs Per Game

Staci Rodriguez, NMSU..... 14th.....................0.35

RBI Per Game

Staci Rodriguez, NMSU..... 16th.....................1.11

Triples Per Game

Hailey Froton, USU............. 19th.....................0.11 Amber Olive, NMSU........... 40th.....................0.09

Earned Run Average

Amanda Pridmore, SJSU....20th.....................1.51 Teri Lyles, UTA....................... 31st.....................1.69

Victories

Amanda Pridmore, SJSU....16th........................ 29 Alex Newman, NMSU......... 31st........................ 24

Saves

Amanda Pridmore, SJSU....2nd...........................7 Melanie Goff, LTU................ 21st...........................4 Callie Collins, UTA............... 33rd...........................3 Haylee Staton, UTSA.......... 33rd...........................3

Walks

Amanda Krueger, LTU....... 34th.....................0.70

Slugging Percentage

Staci Rodriguez, NMSU..... 26th.................... .780

Toughest to Strikeout

Jolene Koons, Utah State.46th.....................18.0

Individual

Walks Allowed Per 7 Innings Alex Newman, NMSU........ 10th.....................0.92 Amanda Pridmore, SJSU....49th.....................1.50

Multiple-RBI Games Rank 1. 2. 3. 5. 7.

Earned Run Average

Name.................................................................Games Staci Rodriguez, New Mexico State...................................15 Courtney Harris, Texas State................................................12 Jessica Garcia, San Jose State................................................9 Melanie Goff, Louisiana Tech.................................................9 Cheryl Freitas, San Jose State................................................8 Vanessa House, San Jose State .............................................8 Markesha Collins, San Jose State .........................................7 Teresa Conrad, New Mexico State.......................................7 Anna Cross, Louisiana Tech....................................................7 Isabella Geronimo, Seattle U .................................................7 Amanda Krueger, Louisiana Tech........................................7 Megan Low, UTSA......................................................................7 Bubba Morrow, Seattle U........................................................7 Vivian Tijerina, UTSA.................................................................7

Hits Allowed Per 7 Innings Amanda Pridmore, SJSU....37th.....................4.95 Home Runs

Staci Rodriguez, NMSU..... 10th........................ 20

Triples

Hailey Froton, USU............. 18th...........................5 Amber Olive, NMSU........... 18th...........................5

Sacrifice Flies

Kelsey Dodd, NMSU........... 29th...........................4

Strikeouts

Amanda Pridmore, SJSU....29th......................254

Shutouts

Amanda Pridmore, SJSU....23rd...........................8

Hit Batters

Anna Cross, LTU.......................1st...........................1 Teri Lyles, UTA...................... 30th...........................4

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BAKERSFIELD ROADRUNNERS

ROADRUNNER BITS

QUICK FACTS

Location:.........................................Bakersfield, Calif. Joined WAC:............................................July 1, 2013 Enrollment:......................................................... 8,500 Founded:............................................................... 1970 Nickname:............................................. Roadrunners Colors:...................................................Blue and Gold President:.................................. Dr. Horace Mitchell Athletics Director:...................................Jeff Konya Athletic Department:.................. (661) 654-2188 Ticket Office:.................................... (661) 654-2583 Website:........................................... GoRunners.com SPORTS INFORMATION Director ........................................................ Matt Turk Office Number ............................... (661) 654-3071 Turk’s Cell Number ...................... (515) 240-0483 Turk’s E-Mail ......................................sid@csub.edu Fax Number .................................... (661) 654-6978

SOFTBALL FACTS

Head Coach..............................Crissy Buck-Ziegler Softball Office.................................(661) 654-3056 Program Record....1,028-578-2 (.639), 28 years 2013 Record...........................................15-34 (.306) Stadium.... Roadrunner Softball Complex (1,000) Stadium Record........... 442-214 (.674), 28 years NCAA Appearances........16 (at Division II level) NCAA Record.........................................43-30 (.589) Letterwinners Returning/Lost.................... 13/2 Starters Returning/Lost....................................7/2

MEDIA OUTLETS

Bakersfield Californian:........................Jeff Evans (661) 395-7389...............jevans@bakersfield.com KGET (17/NBC):........Mark Haas, Sports Director (661) 283-1717..................... markhaas@kget.com KBAK:............................................................. Greg Kerr (661) 325-6397........ gkerr@bakersfieldnow.com KERO (23/ABC):................................Casey Keirnan (661) 637-2320..............casey.keirnan@kero.com KERN Radio:................................................J.R. Flores (661) 328-1410 KNZR Radio:............................................. Kathy King (661) 393-1900 KUZZ Radio:......................................Suzanne Grant (661) 328-7505 ...... kuzznews@buckowens.com

n Bakersfield

joins the WAC after spending the past four years as a member of the Pacific Coast Softball Conference (PCSC).

n The ‘Runners return four 2013 All-PCSC selections in Shay Fryer (first team), Karissa Veiga (first

team), Amber Mills (second team) and Kelsie Monroe (honorable mention).

n Fryer

led the team in home runs (2) and RBI (21). She was third on the team in hitting at .309. As a freshman, Fryer hit only .176. She has started all 151 games in which she appeared in a ‘Runner uniform.

n Veiga ranked second on the team a year ago in hitting (.326). Veiga has started 140 of 143 games

as a member of the Bakersfield program.

n Amy Ricciardi has played all four infield positions in three seasons for the ‘Runners. Ricciardi has

hit the most home runs among the active Bakersfield players as she has smacked nine homers in her career.

n Monroe

and Mills are the top two returning pitchers for Bakersfield. Monroe won 11 games a year ago, while Mills won four. When Mills didn’t pitch, she saw time in the outfield.

2014 SCHEDULE Date Opponent Time Feb. 7 Pittsburgh (DH) noon !vs. Dayton 9 a.m. Feb. 8 Feb. 8 !vs. Texas A&M 11 a.m. !vs. Dayton 11 a.m. Feb. 9 !at UC Santa Barbara 1 p.m. Feb. 9 Feb. 14 @ vs. UC Santa Barbara 9:30 a.m. @ vs. UC Riverside 2 p.m. Feb. 14 Feb. 15 @ vs. UC Santa Barbara 11:45 a.m. Feb. 16 @at Fresno State 1:30 p.m. Feb. 21 #vs. Loyola Marymount 11:30 a.m. Feb. 22 #at UC Riverside 2 p.m. Feb. 23 #vs. Loyola Marymount 9 a.m. #at UC Riverside 2 p.m. Feb. 23 Feb. 28 $vs. Washington 1:15 p.m. $at Pacific 5:45 p.m. Feb. 28 March 1 $vs. San Jose State 2:30 p.m. March 1 $vs. UTEP 7 p.m. $at Pacific 12:15 p.m. March 2 March 7 %vs. Loyola-Chicago 2 p.m. %vs. UNLV 11:30 a.m. March 8 March 8 %vs. Charleston Southern 7:30 p.m. March 9 %vs. Loyola-Chicago 9 a.m. March 9 %at UCLA 2:30 p.m. March 11 Utah State (DH) noon March 15 at Sacramento State (DH) noon March 16 at Sacramento State 11 a.m. March 21 ^vs. Harvard 11:30 a.m. March 21 ^at Cal State Northridge 2 p.m.

Date Opponent March 22 ^vs. Harvard March 23 ^vs. Pacific March 23 ^at Cal State Northridge March 26 Cal State Fullerton (DH) March 28 *Utah Valley March 29 *Utah Valley (DH) April 4 *Grand Canyon April 5 *Grand Canyon (DH) April 9 Cal State Northridge (DH) April 11 *at New Mexico State April 12 *at New Mexico State (DH) April 18 *Seattle U April 19 *Seattle U (DH) April 22 at Cal Poly (DH) *at Kansas City April 25 April 26 *at Kansas City (DH) May 8-10 at WAC Tournament (Seattle, Wash.)

! – UCS Barbara Tournament (Santa Barbara, Calif.) @ – Fresno State Kick-Off (Fresno, Calif.) # – Amy S. Harrison Classic (Riverside, Calif.) $ – Libby Matson Tournament (Stockton, Calif.) % – UCLA/CSUN Invitational (Los Angeles) ^ – CSUN Tournament (Northridge, Calif.) * – WAC Game All times local to site/subject to change

ROADRUNNER ADMINISTRATION

Dr. Horace Mitchell President

Dr. Roy LaFever Faculty Representative

Jeff Konya Athletics Director 20 2014 WAC Softball Media Guide

Time 9 a.m. 9 a.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 4 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m. 3 p.m. 2 p.m. noon TBD

Cindy Goodmon Senior Associate AD/SWA

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BAKERSFIELD COACHING STAFF 2013 RESULTS

CRISSY BUCK-ZIEGLER Alma Mater: UCLA, 2002 Overall Record: 34-75 (.312)/two years School Record: Same WAC Record: 0-0/first year Playing Career: UCLA (Shortstop, Outfield)

HEAD COACH FILE n Crissy Buck-Zeigler is in her third season as head coach at Bakersfield and is the third head coach

in Roadrunner history.

n Her

second season was highlighted by the Roadrunners’ first victory over a Division I ranked opponent (No. 24 Oregon State,10-7, March 25, 2013). Buck-Zeigler led the ‘Runners to their best PCSC record (10-14), while five Bakersfield players were selected all-conference.

n In

Buck-Zeigler’s first season, second baseman Adrianna Cardoza was the 2012 PCSC Coastal Division Freshman of the Year and was the only freshman named second team All-PCSC. She was just the second Bakersfield softball player ever to earn league freshman of the year honors.

n Buck-Ziegler

has been instrumental in improvements to the Roadrunner Softball Complex, helping land a generous renovation gift from T.D. Whitton Construction, Inc. in 2012-13.

n Buck-Zeigler came to Bakersfield from Oregon State, where she spent nine seasons as an assistant.

She helped lead the Beavers to their first-ever appearance in the Women’s College World Series during the 2006 season, a program-best No. 5 national ranking and a 28-game winning streak.

n A 2002 graduate of UCLA, Buck was a four-year starter, started every game at shortstop for the

1999 NCAA Champion Bruins and belted the game-winning home run against DePaul in the opening contest of the 1999 WCWS. She finished her career with a .245 batting average, 125 hits and 73 runs and is tied for first place in the UCLA single-season record book with 69 games played in 1999. The Bruins went 11-4 at the WCWS during Buck’s playing career.

n She is married to Bakersfield assistant AD for sport performance Brendon Ziegler. The Zieglers

welcomed a baby boy, Brock, in October, 2013.

ASSISTANT COACHES

Courtney Martinez Cal State Fullerton ‘09 First Year

Helen Peña Cal Poly ‘11 First Year 21 WACSports.com

Date Opponent Score Feb. 9 #vs. McNeese State L, 2-4 Feb. 9 #vs. No. 17 Texas A&M L, 1-7 Feb. 10 #vs. Long Beach State L, 1-5 Feb. 15 &vs. Cal State Northridge L, 1-2 Feb. 15 &at No. 20 Stanford L, 0-7 Feb. 16 &at No. 20 Stanford L, 0-12 Feb. 16 &vs. UC Davis W, 2-0 Feb. 17 &vs. Cal State Northridge L, 0-8 at Fresno State L, 2-3 Feb. 20 March 2 +vs. Iowa L, 3-5 March 2 +vs. Wisconsin L, 4-11 March 3 +vs. Northwestern L, 0-5 March 3 +vs. No. 24 Oregon State L, 0-8 March 9 at Cal State Northridge W, 3-2 L, 2-4 March 9 at Cal State Northridge March 16 UC Davis L, 2-3 (8) March 16 UC Davis L, 0-2 March 17 Cal Poly W, 4-3 March 17 Cal Poly L, 0-2 March 23 *Loyola Marymount W, 6-2 L, 0-7 March 23 *Loyola Marymount March 24 *Loyola Marymount W, 2-0 L, 6-7 March 24 *Loyola Marymount March 25 No. 24 Oregon State L, 3-13 March 25 No. 24 Oregon State W, 10-7 L, 1-10 March 29 *at Utah Valley March 29 *at Utah Valley L, 1-7 March 30 *at Utah Valley L, 1-3 March 30 *at Utah Valley W, 2-0 *Santa Clara W, 3-1 April 6 *Santa Clara W, 5-4 April 6 April 7 *Santa Clara W, 4-2 April 7 *Santa Clara L, 3-6 April 10 Fresno State W, 5-4 April 13 *at San Diego L, 2-3 April 13 *at San Diego W, 2-0 L, 0-5 April 14 *at San Diego April 14 *at San Diego W, 3-2 L, 1-8 April 16 Hawai’i April 20 *Saint Mary’s L, 1-2 April 20 *Saint Mary’s W, 3-2 April 21 *Saint Mary’s L, 0-3 April 21 *Saint Mary’s L, 3-6 (10) April 26 *at Brigham Young L, 1-4 April 26 *at Brigham Young L, 6-13 April 27 *at Brigham Young L, 5-8 W, 3-1 April 27 *at Brigham Young May 4 at No. 15 UCLA L, 0-14 May 4 at No. 15 UCLA L, 0-8 # – Stacy Winsberg Tournament (Los Angeles) & – Stanford Tournament (Palo Alto, Calif.) + – Easton Tournament (Fullerton, Calif.) * – PCSC game


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BAKERSFIELD TOP PLAYERS AND ROSTER

KELSIE MONROE

SHAY FRYER

KARISSA VEIGA

INF, 5-3, Sr.

RHP, 5-7, Jr.

OF, 5-7, Sr.

Named first team All-PCSC as a junior and honorable mention All-PCSC as a sophomore ... led team in RBI (21), doubles (10), home runs (2) with Jessica Castaneda) and slugging percentage (.439) last year as a junior ... posted a .351 batting average, 12 RBI, nine runs scored, seven doubles and one home run with a .486 slugging percentage in PCSC play a year ago.

Chosen honorable mention All-PCSC in 2013 ... selected to the PCSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll after recording a 3.25 GPA ... went 11-18 in 39 appearances with a 3.76 ERA a year ago ... tossed 16 complete games ... in 186.1 innings, struck out 113 batters while only walking 51 and held opponents to a .281 batting average.

CAREER STATISTICS Year G-GS AB R H RBI Avg. 2011 50-50 108 7 19 5 .176 2012 52-52 150 18 45 29 .300 2013 49-49 139 16 43 21 .309 Total 151-151 397 41 107 55 .270

CAREER STATISTICS Year W-L S ERA IP K BB 2013 11-18 0 3.76 186.1 113 51 Total 11-18 0 3.76 186.1 113 51

Named first team All-PCSC as a both sophomore and a junior ... posted a .326 batting average with a teamhigh 18 runs scored, while also adding seven doubles, two triples, seven RBI, 11 walks, a .403 slugging percentage and a .409 on-base percentage last season ... led the PCSC with a .408 batting average and .500 on-base percentage ... her .521 slugging percentage was fifth-best in the league last season.

2014 ROSTER

No. 1 2 3 4 5 7 8 10 11 12 14 15 16 20 21 24 25

Name Cassidy Santiago Kayli Shaw Karsyn Guzman Sydney Raeber Makenzie Zinger Taylor DeSilva Shay Fryer Madison Bundy Amber Mills Adrianna Cardoza Karissa Veiga Kara Frankhouser Kelsie Monroe Jessica Castaneda Amy Ricciardi Ashley Carter Lyndsay Klimenko

Pos. INF INF INF P/OF C/INF INF/P INF INF P/OF INF OF C P 1B/C INF C UT

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

Ht. 5-3 5-8 5-3 5-2 5-4 5-5 5-3 5-5 5-6 5-4 5-6 5-6 5-7 5-7 5-7 5-7 5-6

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

CAREER STATISTICS Year G-GS AB R H RBI Avg. 2011 49-46 163 28 51 10 .313 2012 45-45 148 26 56 18 .378 2013 49-49 144 18 47 7 .326 Total 151-151 455 72 154 35 .338

TEAM PROFILE

Hometown (Last School) Lake Elsinore, Calif. (Temescal Canyon) Rocklin, Calif. (Whitney) Hanford, Calif. (Hanford) Hanford, Calif. (Hanford) Visalia, Calif. (Redwood) Sunnyvale, Calif. (Pacific) San Diego, Calif. (University HS) Anacortes, Wash. (Oregon State) Fresno, Calif. (Clovis West) Santa Anna, Calif. (La Quinta) Hemet, Calif. (Hemet) Bakersfield, Calif. (Bakersfield College) Los Banos, Calif. (Delta College) Bakersfield, Calif. (Ridgeview) Chino Hills, Calif. (Ayala) Tehachapi, Calif. (Tehachapi) Half Moon Bay, Calif. (Half Moon Bay)

Head Coach: Crissy Buck-Ziegler Assistant Coach: Courtney Martinez Graduate Assistant Coach: Helen Peña

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Key Returnees Karissa Veiga Shay Fryer Sydney Raeber

BA .326 .309 .233

Hits 47 43 27

RBI 7 21 11

Key Pitchers Kelsie Monroe Amber Mills

ERA 3.76 3.97

W-L 11-18 4-15

K 113 38

Key Losses Laura King

BA .333

Hits 33

RBI 9

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BAKERSFIELD 2013 STATISTICS All Games: 15-34

Home: 9-11

Road: 5-14

Neutral: 1-9

Player AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-SBA PO A E FLD% King, Laura .333 33-33 99 15 33 1 4 0 9 42 .424 8 3 15 0 .400 0 1 8-8 48 1 2 .961 .326 49-49 144 18 47 7 2 0 7 58 .403 11 9 23 0 .409 0 4 6-10 67 2 1 .986 Veiga, Karissa Fryer, Shay .309 49-49 139 16 43 10 1 2 21 61 .439 8 1 17 0 .349 1 7 4-4 78 137 21 .911 Raeber, Sydney .233 48-48 116 7 27 4 0 0 11 31 .267 6 3 31 0 .283 2 2 3-5 52 6 0 1.000 Ricciardi, Amy .180 46-43 111 11 20 3 0 0 8 23 .207 4 2 14 0 .222 0 8 4-4 283 14 7 .977 Cardoza, Adrianna .171 48-47 117 9 20 6 0 1 9 29 .248 7 0 30 0 .216 1 6 3-3 98 76 13 .930 45-44 115 9 19 3 0 1 9 25 .217 6 5 29 0 .234 2 5 2-3 48 91 10 .933 Bundy, Madison .165 Castaneda, Jessic .165 30-27 79 3 13 4 0 2 8 23 .291 6 2 23 1 .241 0 0 0-0 41 3 2 .957 Mills, Amber .164 44-33 73 4 12 4 0 0 3 16 .219 4 2 21 1 .225 1 0 4-5 12 30 1 .977 Carter, Ashley .149 43-42 94 5 14 2 0 0 3 16 .170 12 2 23 0 .259 0 6 0-0 168 15 8 .958 DeSilva, Taylor .190 22-7 21 3 4 0 0 0 0 4 .190 1 1 4 0 .261 0 1 0-0 18 14 2 .941 .286 0 1 0-0 18 3 1 .955 Frankhouser, Kara .167 14-7 18 0 3 1 0 0 1 4 .222 0 3 2 1 Zinger, Mackenzie .128 20-15 39 3 5 0 0 0 3 5 .128 3 4 11 0 .255 1 1 0-0 9 0 0 1.000 Irvin, Jazmine .125 26-14 16 2 2 0 0 0 0 2 .125 6 0 6 1 .364 0 4 0-0 9 0 0 1.000 Monroe, Kelsie .000 39-32 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0-0 4 37 2 .953 Totals Opponents

.222 49-49 1181 109 262 45 7 6 92 339 .302 49-49 1327 245 401 56 17 41 217 614

.287 82 .463 107

37 249 38 158

4 .291 8 46 3 .370 5 37

34-42 953 429 70 .952 62-70 972 384 35 .975

LOB - Team (275), Opp (321). DPs turned - Team (6), Opp (8). TPs turned - Team (1). CI - Team (3), Carter 3. Picked off - Ricciardi 1, Frankhouser 1, Irvin 1. Player ERA W-L APP GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR AB B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA Monroe, Kelsie 3.76 11-18 39 31 16 2 1 0 186.1 216 130 100 51 113 22 11 29 768 .281 21 22 1 1 16 Mills, Amber 3.97 4-15 29 17 8 1 1 1 109.1 141 72 62 35 38 25 2 7 456 .309 12 13 0 2 16 Raeber, Sydney 10.10 0-1 10 1 0 0 0 0 17.1 31 29 25 16 6 7 3 4 78 .397 2 3 0 1 2 DeSilva, Taylor 16.50 0-0 5 0 0 0 0 0 4.2 13 14 11 5 1 2 1 1 25 .520 1 0 0 1 3 Totals Opponents

4.36 15-34 49 49 24 4 1 1 317.2 401 245 198 107 158 56 17 41 1327 .302 36 38 1 5 37 1.88 34-15 49 49 22 12 3 6 324.0 262 109 87 82 249 45 7 6 1181 .222 17 37 0 8 46

PB - Team (15), Carter 14, Frankhouser 1, Opp (6). Pickoffs - Team (2), Carter 2, Opp (3). SBA/ATT - Carter (50-56), Monroe (29-32), Mills (22-25), Frankhouser (12-14), Raeber, S. (7-9), DeSilva (4-4).

PCSC Games: 10-14

Home: 6-6

Road: 4-8

Player AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-SBA PO A E FLD% Veiga, Karissa .408 24-24 71 11 29 6 1 0 6 37 .521 7 6 8 0 .500 0 2 5-8 28 1 0 1.000 .351 24-24 74 9 26 7 0 1 12 36 .486 2 1 6 0 .377 0 3 2-2 38 71 8 .932 Fryer, Shay King, Laura .284 24-24 74 8 21 1 3 0 6 28 .378 6 2 12 0 .354 0 1 5-5 34 0 2 .944 Raeber, Sydney .226 23-23 53 4 12 2 0 0 6 14 .264 4 2 13 0 .305 0 0 1-2 29 5 0 1.000 23-23 57 6 11 5 0 0 5 16 .281 6 0 9 0 .266 1 3 2-2 51 24 10 .882 Cardoza, Adrianna .193 Bundy, Madison .179 22-21 56 6 10 2 0 1 6 15 .268 6 2 13 0 .277 1 2 1-1 31 43 5 .937 14-13 40 2 7 2 0 1 4 12 .300 4 1 12 1 .267 0 0 0-0 26 2 1 .966 Castaneda, Jessic .175 Mills, Amber .160 20-13 25 2 4 3 0 0 0 7 .280 4 0 7 0 .276 0 0 1-1 1 20 0 1.000 Carter, Ashley .157 22-21 51 3 8 2 0 0 3 10 .196 7 1 12 0 .271 0 4 0-0 92 9 3 .971 Ricciardi, Amy .143 23-20 49 6 7 2 0 0 4 9 .184 2 1 6 0 .192 0 6 1-1 124 8 4 .971 DeSilva, Taylor .250 10-4 12 1 3 0 0 0 0 3 .250 0 0 1 0 .250 0 0 0-0 8 10 1 .947 Frankhouser, Kara .222 7-3 9 0 2 1 0 0 0 3 .333 0 2 0 1 .364 0 0 0-0 9 0 0 1.000 Irvin, Jazmine .111 9-5 9 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 .111 3 0 3 0 .333 0 2 0-0 3 0 0 1.000 Zinger, Mackenzie .050 10-7 20 1 1 0 0 0 2 1 .050 1 1 5 0 .130 1 0 0-0 9 0 0 1.000 Monroe, Kelsie .000 18-15 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0-0 2 15 1 .944 Totals Opponents

.237 24-24 600 63 142 33 4 3 54 192 .282 24-24 653 98 184 24 4 15 88 261

.320 52 19 107 .400 32 23 82

2 .316 3 23 18-22 485 208 35 .952 3 .337 1 23 25-28 489 201 13 .982

LOB - Team (146), Opp (151). DPs turned - Team (5), Opp (5). CI - Team (1), Carter 1. Player Monroe, Kelsie Mills, Amber Raeber, Sydney DeSilva, Taylor

ERA W-L APP GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR AB B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA 2.82 6-7 18 15 10 1 1 0 89.1 93 49 36 17 58 9 4 11 355 .262 8 13 0 0 8 3.57 4-7 14 9 5 1 1 0 64.2 80 39 33 10 20 13 0 3 267 .300 3 8 0 1 12 6.56 0-0 3 0 0 0 0 0 5.1 6 6 5 4 3 1 0 1 21 .286 1 2 0 0 1 9.00 0-0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2.1 5 4 3 1 1 1 0 0 10 .500 1 0 0 0 2

Totals Opponents

3.33 10-14 24 24 15 3 1 0 161.2 184 98 77 32 82 24 4 15 653 .282 13 23 0 1 23 2.23 14-10 24 24 10 3 1 3 163.0 142 63 52 52 107 33 4 3 600 .237 6 19 0 3 23

PB - Team (8), Carter 7, Frankhouser 1, Opp (3). Pickoffs - Team (2), Carter 2. SBA/ATT - Carter (21-24), Monroe (10-12), Mills (9-10), Frankhouser (4-4), DeSilva (3-3), Raeber, S. (3-3). 23 WACSports.com


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GRAND CANYON ANTELOPES

ANTELOPE BITS

QUICK FACTS

n With last year’s trip to the NCAA Division II West Regional, Grand Canyon advanced to the post-

Location:................................................Phoenix, Ariz. Joined WAC:............................................ July 1, 2013 Enrollment:..........................................................8,500 Founded:................................................................1949 Nickname:................................................... Antelopes Colors:.................................Purple, Black and White President:.............................................. Brian Mueller Athletics Director:.............................B. Keith Baker Athletic Department:...................(602) 639-6053 Website:................................................gculopes.com SPORTS INFORMATION Director .................................................Mike McNally Softball Contact ................................Jay Hilbrands Office Number ................................(602) 639-6825 Hilbrands’ Cell Number ..............(320) 905-4602 Hilbrands’ E-Mail ........... jay.hilbrands@gcu.edu Fax Number .....................................(480) 270-3672

n GCU has earned the National Fastpitch Coaches Association NCAA Division II top spot four times

in the NFCA Top 10 Academic Team Rankings. The Antelopes finished No. 1 in 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2012. They were third last year with a 3.61 GPA and 11 players were named NFCA All-America Scholar-Athletes.

n Center

fielder Kayla Henry was an NFCA second team All-American and honorable mention Daktronics All-American. She set school records in 2013 for hits in a season (91) and stolen bases (28) and tied teammate Claire Zampini for a record 18-game hitting streak.

n Stephanie Pesqueira was named the Pacific West Conference Pitcher of the Year in 2013. n Zampini

and Kelsey Barak became the program’s first Capital One Academic All-Americans in 2013. Barak was named to the second team, while Zampini was selected to the third team.

n Sixteen of 20 student-athletes on the team are from the state of Arizona.

SOFTBALL FACTS

Head Coach.............................................Ann Pierson Softball Office..................................(602) 639-6051 Program Record.........293-240-2 (.550), 10 years 2013 Record............................................ 40-19 (.678) 2013 PWC Record........................ 22-10 (4th West) Stadium...........Stapleton-Pierson Stadium (300) Stadium Record............... 126-56 (.692), 10 years NCAA Appearances............3 (at Division II level) NCAA Record............................................... 3-6 (.333) Letterwinners Returning/Lost......................11/1 Starters Returning/Lost...................................10/0

season for the second straight time. It was the first back-to-back appearances in the program’s 10-year history.

MEDIA OUTLETS

The Arizona Republic: Office: (602) 444-8641........... FAX: (602) 444-8686 KTVK Channel 3:.............................(602) 207-3333 KPHO Channel 5:............................(602) 650-0711 KSAZ Fox 10:.....................................(602) 257-1234 KPNX Channel 12:..........................(602) 444-8000 KNXV Channel 15:..........................(602) 273-1500

2014 SCHEDULE Date Opponent Feb. 7 !vs. East Carolina Feb. 7 !vs. Utah State Feb. 8 !vs. Weber State Feb. 8 !vs. Idaho State Feb. 9 !at Southern Utah Feb. 13 at Arizona Feb. 14 @vs. Georgia Tech Feb. 14 @vs. Alabama Feb. 15 @vs. New Mexico Feb. 15 @vs. Tennessee State Feb. 16 at Arizona Feb. 21 #Southern Utah Feb. 21 #Nevada Feb. 22 #Southern Utah Feb. 22 #Nevada Feb. 23 #Southern Utah Feb. 27 $at San Diego Feb. 28 $vs. Illinois-Chicago Feb. 28 $vs. Utah State March 1 $vs. Colorado State March 5 vs. San Jose State March 5 at Cal State Fullerton %vs. Georgetown March 7 March 7 %at Cal State Northridge %vs. Oregon State March 8 %at Cal State Northridge March 8 %vs. Oregon State March 9

Time 11 a.m. 4 p.m. 11 a.m. 4 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 6 p.m. 11 a.m. 1 p.m. 9 a.m. 11 a.m. 1 p.m. 12:30 p.m. 3 p.m. 10 a.m. 12:30 p.m. 12:30 p.m. 6 p.m. 11:30 a.m. 7 p.m. 11:30 a.m. 5 p.m. 7 p.m. 10 a.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 4 p.m. 9 a.m.

Date Opponent Time March 21 ^vs. Princeton 3:30 p.m. March 21 ^vs. California 6 p.m. March 22 ^at Santa Clara noon March 22 ^vs. Princeton 5 p.m. March 23 ^at Santa Clara 12:30 p.m. March 28 *Kansas City (DH) 5 p.m. March 29 *Kansas City 1 p.m. April 4 *at Bakersfield 2 p.m. April 5 *at Bakersfield (DH) 1 p.m. April 11 *at Utah Valley 2 p.m. April 12 *at Utah Valley (DH) noon April 18 *New Mexico State (DH) 5 p.m. April 19 *New Mexico State 1 p.m. April 25 *at Seattle U (DH) 4 p.m. April 26 *at Seattle U 2 p.m. May 9 at Utah (DH) 5 p.m. May 10 at Utah noon ! – BYU/UVU Red Dirt Classic (St. George, Utah) @ – Hillenbrand Invitational (Tucson, Ariz.) # – GCU Invitational (Phoenix, Ariz.) $ – San Diego Classic I (San Diego, Calif.) % – UCLA/CSUN Invitational (Los Angeles, Calif.) ^ – Santa Clara Round Robin (Santa Clara, Calif.) * – WAC game  All times local to site/subject to change

ANTELOPE ADMINISTRATION

Brian Mueller President

Claude Pensis Faculty Representative

B. Keith Baker Athletics Director 24 2014 WAC Softball Media Guide

Ruth Ann Gardner Assistant AD/SWA

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GRAND CANYON COACHING STAFF 2013 RESULTS ANN PIERSON Alma Mater: Arizona State, 1992 Overall Record: 293-240-2 (.550), 10 years School Record: Same WAC Record: 0-0/first year Playing Career: Arizona State (Shortstop)

HEAD COACH FILE n Ann Pierson is the only coach in GCU softball history. In 10 seasons, she has taken the program

to the NCAA Tournament three times, all coming in the last four years. n In 2012, Grand Canyon reached the regional final against CSU Dominguez Hills and Pierson was

named Pacific West Conference Coach of the Year. n Pierson has produced four NCAA Division II All-Americans. Off the field, her program has earned

the top spot on the NFCA Top 10 NCAA Division II Academic Team Rankings four times. n Prior to coming to GCU, she was the lead assistant for seven seasons at Arizona State. n Pierson is in the Arizona State Hall of Fame for her performance as a Sun Devil softball player.

She was named a second team All-American in 1990. n A

member of Team USA, Pierson earned gold medals three times, twice in the Pan American Games (1991, 1995) and also in the International Cup in Holland in 1993.

n Pierson needs just seven wins for 300 for her career. n Her 2010 team won a school-record 42 games.

ASSISTANT COACHES

Bryanne Norris Notre Dame de Namur ’08 Sixth Year

Kara Holtorf Grand Canyon ’12 Second Year

Chelsey Broermann Arizona State ’10 First Year

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Date Opponent Score Feb. 1 !Western New Mexico W, 3-1 Feb. 1 !Midwestern State L, 2-8 Feb. 2 !Midwestern State W, 5-3 Feb. 2 !Western New Mexico W, 6-3 Feb. 3 !Midwestern State W, 1-0 Feb. 3 !Western New Mexico W, 4-0 Feb. 8 @vs. Fort Lewis W, 11-3 Feb. 8 @vs. UC-Colorado Springs W, 2-1 Feb. 9 @vs. Western Washington W, 13-9 Feb. 9 @vs. Simon Fraser W, 7-1 Feb. 10 @vs. Sonoma State L, 0-4 Feb. 15 #vs. Abilene Christian W, 5-2 Feb. 15 #vs. Nova Southeastern W, 6-2 Feb. 16 #vs. Texas Woman’s L, 2-5 #vs. Regis W, 8-0 Feb. 16 Feb. 17 #vs. West Texas A&M L, 0-3 Feb. 17 #vs. Texas Woman’s L, 5-7 *Notre Dame de Namur W, 5-0 March 5 March 5 *Notre Dame de Namur W, 5-0 March 6 *Notre Dame de Namur W, 6-1 *Notre Dame de Namur W, 3-1 March 6 *Dominican W, 16-2 March 9 March 9 *Dominican W, 3-0 March 14 *at Hawai’i Hilo L, 1-5 March 14 *at Hawai’i Hilo W, 6-0 W, 3-2 March 16 *at Chaminade W, 3-2, (8) March 16 *at Chaminade March 17 *at Chaminade W, 8-0 (5) L, 5-6 March 17 *at Chaminade March 19 *at Hawai’i Pacific L, 1-2 L, 1-2 March 19 *at Hawai’i Pacific March 20 *at BYU-Hawai’i W, 15-6 W, 9-0 March 20 *at BYU-Hawai’i L, 4-5 March 29 *California Baptist March 29 *California Baptist W, 2-1 (8) W, 3-2 March 30 *California Baptist W, 4-0 March 30 *California Baptist %vs. CSU Dominguez Hills L, 3-4 (11) April 5 April 5 %vs. CSU East Bay W, 8-0 (5) April 5 %vs. UC San Diego W, 2-1 April 6 %vs. Northwest Nazarene W, 5-0 April 6 %vs. San Francisco State L, 0-1 April 7 %vs. San Francisco State W, 3-1 April 7 %vs. CSU San Bernardino W, 17-1 April 11 *Holy Names W, 9-1 (6) April 11 *Holy Names W, 8-1 April 13 *Academy of Art W, 9-1 (6) April 13 *Academy of Art W, 7-6 April 26 *at Azusa Pacific L, 1-2 (11) April 26 *at Azusa Pacific L, 2-7 April 27 *at Azusa Pacific W, 9-4 April 27 *at Azusa Pacific W, 12-1 (5) May 3 *at Dixie State L, 2-7 May 3 *at Dixie State W, 7-4 May 4 *at Dixie State L, 7-8 May 4 *at Dixie State L, 0-8 May 10 ^vs. Saint Martin’s L, 1-2 May 11 ^vs. UC San Diego W, 8-3 May 11 ^vs. Saint Martin’s L, 5-8

! – GCU Invitational (Phoenix, Ariz.) @ – Desert Stinger (Las Vegas, Nev.) # – NFCA Leadoff Classic (Tucson, Ariz.) * – Pacific West Conference game % – Tournament of Champions (Turlock, Calif.) ^ – NCAA West Regional (Humboldt, Calif.)


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GRAND CANYON TOP PLAYERS AND ROSTER

KAYLA HENRY

KELSEY BARAK

CLAIRE ZAMPINI

SS, 5-4, Jr.

OF, 5-5, Jr.

OF, 5-6, Sr.

Selected Capital One Academic All-America® Division II Softball second team, joining teammate Claire Zampini as the first Academic All-Americans in programs history ... led team with 14 multi-RBI games and had a 12-game hitting streak ... went 3-for-8 (.375) with three RBI in the NCAA West I Regional ... As a freshman, was named PacWest Player of the Year, PacWest Freshman of the Year, first team All-PacWest and was the PacWest Softball Student-Athlete of the Year ... two-time PacWest All-Academic Team selection ... also named Daktronics Inc. honorable mention All-American and first team All-West Region as a freshman.

Named second team All-American and first team All-West Region by the NFCA and honorable mention All-American and first team All-West Region by Daktronics ... All-Pac West first team honoree ... set program single-season records for hits (91) and stolen bases (28) ... tied the school record by hitting in 18 straight games ... had nine triples, one shy of the school record she set in 2012, which ranked second in the nation ... also ranked sixth nationally in triples per game (0.15)... program leader in career triples (19) ... played error-free center field with 73 chances ... led PacWest in triples, was co-leader in total bases (115), ranked second in stolen bases and sixth in batting average (.416) ... had 25 multi-hit games, including nine three-hit games and two four-hit games ... reached base in first 29 games of season.

Selected Capital One Academic All-America® Division II Softball third team, joining teammate Kelsey Barak as the first Academic All-Americans in programs history ... named second team All-West Region and first team AllPacWest ... led the PacWest with a .446 batting average, just .001 shy of single-season school record ... set the school record for hitting streak by hitting in 18 straight games, later tied by teammate Kayla Henry ... had a team-high 27 multi-hit games, including one four-hit game and six three-hit games ... had a hit in the final nine contests of the season ... hit .556 (5-for-9) and had .692 on-base percentage in the NCAA West I Regional ... had career highs in batting average (.446), at-bats (195) hits (87), RBI (33) and stolen bases (13) ... her 87 hits last year are the second-most in school history.

CAREER STATISTICS Year G-GS AB R H RBI Avg. 2012 57-57 178 43 73 54 .410 2013 59-59 190 47 68 44 .358 Total 116-116 368 90 141 98 .384

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No. 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 10 11 12 14 15 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 25

Name Taylor Nowlin Lauren Regester Kylie Shull Camree Wartman Stephanie Smith Jenna Coates Nicole Newbury McKensey Madsen Stephanie Pesqueira Janelle Christman Kayla Henry Haley Walker Annie Jordan Kiki Sepulveda Claire Zampini Danielle Legee Kelsey Barak Kailey Regester Bailey Bergman Rhyeca Riley

CAREER STATISTICS Year G-GS AB R H RBI Avg. 2012 57-57 169 38 59 19 .349 2013 59-59 219 49 91 15 .416 Total 116-116 388 87 150 34 .387

Pos. P 1B/3B C/3B INF 3B C 2B/OF OF P/UT P OF OF C P/UT OF P SS P/OF P/OF C

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

Ht. 5-6 5-8 5-7 5-4 5-4 5-8 5-8 5-7 5-4 5-11 5-5 5-4 5-4 5-7 5-6 5-7 5-5 5-5 5-5 5-4

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

CAREER STATISTICS Year G-GS AB R H RBI Avg. 2011 47-47 169 46 70 22 .414 2012 43-50 128 34 39 17 .305 2013 59-59 195 35 87 33 .446 Total 149-156 492 115 196 72 .398

Hometown (Last School) Peoria, Ariz. (Sunrise Mountain) Chandler, Ariz. (Basha) Queen Creek, Ariz. (Basha) Riverton, Utah (Riverton) Phoenix, Ariz. (Sandra Day O’Connor) Gilbert, Ariz. (Higley) Scottsdale, Ariz. (Horizon) Gilbert, Ariz. (Mesquite) Tempe, Ariz. (CSU Monterey Bay) Tucson, Ariz. (Canyon del Oro) Tucson, Ariz. (Canyon del Oro) Phoenix, Ariz. (Pinnacle) Peoria, Ariz. (Sunrise Mountain) Corona, Calif. (Santa Ana College) Phoenix, Ariz. (Deer Valley) Lebanon, Ore. (Lebanon) Fontana, Calif. (Etiwanda) Chandler, Ariz. (Basha) Gilbert, Ariz. (Campo Verde) Phoenix, Ariz. (Mountain Ridge)

Head Coach: Ann Pierson Assistant Coaches: Bryanne Norris, Kara Holtorf, Chelsey Broermann

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TEAM PROFILE

Key Returnees Lauren Regester Haley Walker Kailey Regester Nicole Newbury Stephanie Smith

BA .350 .328 .321 .317 .285

Hits 70 57 34 57 51

RBI 43 25 20 22 16

Key Pitchers Stephanie Pesqueira Kiki Sepulveda Kailey Regester

ERA 1.89 1.69 3.29

W-L 21-12 13-4 6-3

K 131 32 42

Key Losses None

STAPLETON-PIERSON STADIUM


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GRAND CANYON 2013 STATISTICS All Games: 40-19

Home: 18-2

Road: 9-9

Neutral: 13-8

Player AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-SBA PO A E FLD% Zampini, Claire .446 59-59 195 35 87 3 3 0 33 96 .492 15 1 13 2 .479 4 15 13-16 55 5 5 .923 Henry, Kayla .416 59-59 219 49 91 6 9 0 26 115 .525 15 1 8 0 .450 3 4 28-30 70 3 0 1.000 Barak, Kelsey .358 59-59 190 47 68 15 3 6 44 107 .563 27 3 9 1 .439 3 1 6-8 102 134 13 .948 Regester, Lauren .350 59-59 200 24 70 11 0 3 43 90 .450 11 2 7 3 .388 1 2 0-0 453 17 3 .994 .328 59-59 174 36 57 6 2 1 25 70 .402 7 1 12 1 .355 1 10 8-11 64 2 4 .943 Walker, Haley Regester, Kailey .321 43-33 106 16 34 4 1 2 20 46 .434 18 1 15 3 .424 0 1 0-0 6 21 0 1.000 Newbury, Nicole .317 59-59 180 30 57 6 0 0 22 63 .350 14 4 6 0 .377 1 5 3-3 138 96 1 .996 Smith, Stephanie .285 59-59 179 25 51 2 0 1 16 56 .313 7 1 8 1 .316 0 6 1-1 66 126 15 .928 Upshaw, Nicole .260 33-24 73 15 19 4 1 3 14 34 .466 5 4 10 0 .341 0 4 1-1 17 2 4 .826 37-33 101 19 26 5 0 0 12 31 .307 6 3 8 0 .315 1 4 1-1 14 55 2 .972 Pesqueira, Stephan .257 Ramirez, Vanessa .222 22-5 18 4 4 0 0 0 1 4 .222 0 0 1 0 .222 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 .000 Sepulveda, Kiki .211 28-25 76 8 16 3 1 1 8 24 .316 4 1 7 0 .259 0 2 0-0 7 53 1 .984 Payne, Kristen .167 7-0 6 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 .167 0 0 2 0 .167 0 0 0-0 4 0 1 .800 Jordan, Annie .000 53-52 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0-0 191 36 4 .983 Totals Opponents

.338 59-59 1719 308 581 65 20 17 264 737 .242 59-59 1486 160 359 50 5 16 141 467

.429 129 .314 113

22 106 11 .389 14 54 20 206 24 .302 9 45

61-71 1187 555 55 .969 26-39 1168 596 108 .942

LOB - Team (470), Opp (337). DPs turned - Team (31), Opp (21). CI - Team (3), Upshaw, N. 1, Payne, K. 1, Jordan, A. 1. IBB - Team (2), Barak, K. 1, Henry, K. 1, Opp (3). ERA W-L APP GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR AB B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA Player Sepulveda, Kiki 1.69 13-4 23 20 13 5 0 0 128.1 119 49 31 34 32 13 2 2 475 .251 7 10 0 2 19 Legee, Danielle 1.75 0-0 3 0 0 0 1 0 4.0 3 3 1 3 1 0 0 0 16 .188 1 0 0 0 0 Pesqueira, Stephan 1.89 21-12 37 31 24 4 1 2 207.2 181 72 56 38 131 27 2 11 776 .233 6 9 2 6 22 Regester, Kailey 3.29 6-3 17 8 3 2 0 0 55.1 54 32 26 37 42 9 1 3 215 .251 18 1 1 1 4 Christman, Janelle 63.00 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0.1 2 4 3 1 0 1 0 0 4 .500 0 0 0 0 0 Totals Opponents

2.07 40-19 59 59 40 12 1 2 395.2 359 160 117 113 206 50 5 16 1486 .242 32 20 3 9 45 3.92 19-40 59 59 36 4 0 2 389.1 581 308 218 129 106 65 20 17 1719 .338 25 22 2 14 54

PB - Team (15), Jordan, A. 14, Upshaw, N. 1, Opp (9). Pickoffs - Team (3), Jordan, A. 3. SBA/ATT - Jordan, A. (20-32), Sepulveda, K (10-15), Pesqueira, S (8-13), Regester, K. (8-10), Upshaw, N. (6-7), Legee, D. (0-1).

PWC Games: 22-10

Home: 13-1

Road: 9-9

Player AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-SBA PO A E FLD% .500 3-0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 .500 0 0 0 0 .500 0 0 0-0 4 0 1 .800 Payne, Kristen Zampini, Claire .445 32-32 110 21 49 2 3 0 22 57 .518 6 0 9 1 .470 1 10 7-8 30 2 4 .889 Henry, Kayla .434 32-32 122 31 53 2 4 0 14 63 .516 6 1 4 0 .455 3 1 21-21 44 2 0 1.000 .382 32-32 110 25 42 8 2 5 28 69 .627 9 0 7 1 .418 3 0 4-5 55 78 8 .943 Barak, Kelsey Newbury, Nicole .380 32-32 100 21 38 4 0 0 12 42 .420 6 2 4 0 .422 1 2 3-3 71 47 1 .992 .351 32-32 97 16 34 3 1 0 16 39 .402 3 0 3 1 .366 1 4 5-7 34 2 2 .947 Walker, Haley Regester, Lauren .330 32-32 109 11 36 3 0 1 16 42 .385 6 2 4 3 .376 0 1 0-0 241 10 2 .992 Smith, Stephanie .323 32-32 99 17 32 1 0 0 10 33 .333 5 1 3 1 .362 0 4 1-1 34 71 9 .921 25-18 63 7 20 1 0 1 11 24 .381 8 0 8 3 .394 0 1 0-0 4 7 0 1.000 Regester, Kailey .317 Upshaw, Nicole .300 20-13 40 8 12 2 1 2 7 22 .550 3 3 4 0 .391 0 2 0-0 0 0 0 .000 Sepulveda, Kiki .235 14-12 34 2 8 1 1 0 6 11 .324 1 1 4 0 .278 0 0 0-0 4 26 0 1.000 Pesqueira, Stephan .208 21-17 53 13 11 2 0 0 5 13 .245 4 3 6 0 .300 0 2 1-1 6 24 1 .968 Ramirez, Vanessa .200 15-4 15 4 3 0 0 0 1 3 .200 0 0 0 0 .200 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 .000 Jordan, Annie .000 32-32 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0-0 109 19 3 .977 Totals Opponents

.355 32-32 954 176 339 29 12 9 148 419 .234 32-32 787 87 184 23 4 7 73 236

.439 57 13 56 10 .396 9 27 42-46 636 290 33 .966 .300 60 9 104 16 .293 7 22 10-16 627 306 61 .939

LOB - Team (259), Opp (165). DPs turned - Team (21), Opp (14). CI - Team (1), Payne, K. 1. IBB - Team (1), Henry, K. 1, Opp (2). Player ERA W-L APP GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR AB B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA Legee, Danielle 0.00 0-0 2 0 0 0 1 0 2.0 1 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 9 .111 0 0 0 0 0 Pesqueira, Stephan 1.92 13-7 22 17 12 2 1 1 116.2 99 43 32 19 68 14 2 5 432 .229 5 3 0 5 11 Sepulveda, Kiki 2.00 7-2 13 12 6 3 0 0 66.2 61 28 19 21 17 6 1 2 244 .250 6 5 0 2 10 Regester, Kailey 2.39 2-1 9 3 1 1 0 0 26.1 21 10 9 17 19 2 1 0 98 .214 12 1 1 0 1 Christman, Janelle 63.00 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0.1 2 4 3 1 0 1 0 0 4 .500 0 0 0 0 0 Totals Opponents

2.08 22-10 32 32 19 7 1 1 212.0 184 87 63 60 104 23 4 7 787 .234 23 9 1 7 22 4.29 10-22 32 32 19 1 0 1 209.0 339 176 128 57 56 29 12 9 954 .355 13 13 2 9 27

PB - Team (7), Jordan, A. 7, Opp (5). SBA/ATT - Jordan, A. (10-16), Pesqueira, S (4-6), Sepulveda, K (4-6), Regester, K. (2-4).

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KANSAS CITY KANGAROOS

QUICK FACTS

Location:...........................................Kansas City, Mo. Joined WAC:............................................ July 1, 2013 Enrollment:....................................................... 14,221 Founded:................................................................1933 Nickname:.................................................. Kangaroos Colors:................................................... Blue and Gold President:.............................................Leo E. Morton Athletics Director:............................... Carla Wilson Athletic Department:...................(816) 235-1036 Ticket Office:.....................................(816) 235-2849 Website:..................................umkckangaroos.com SPORTS INFORMATION Director ........................................Rob McCutcheon Softball Contact ............................... Kolby Paxton Office Number ...............................(816) 235-1053 Paxton’s Cell Number ................(479) 422-3605 Paxton’s E-Mail............. rkphdc@mail.umkc.edu Fax Number ....................................(816) 235-1035

SOFTBALL FACTS

Head Coach.......................... Meredith Smith Neal Softball Office.................................(816) 235-5837 Program Record.............. 348-717 (.327), 26 years 2013 Record...........................................18-27 (.400) 2013 SL Record............................................6-7 (5th) Stadium...................Missouri 3&2 Complex (350) Stadium Record...................................16-14 (.533) NCAA Appearances................................................. 0 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.................... 10/7 Starters Returning/Lost....................................7/5

MEDIA OUTLETS

Kansas City Star: Office: (816) 234-4836 University News: Office: (816) 235-1393......... FAX: (816) 235-6514 WHB (810 AM): Office: (913) 344-1500......... FAX: (913) 344-1599

KANGAROO BITS n Kansas City finished the 2013 season with an 18-27 record that included season sweeps of in-

state and cross-state rivals Missouri State and Wichita State, respectively.

n The

Kangaroos were 16-10 in 2013 when scoring three runs or more and 17-8 when holding opponents to five runs or less.

n Weather was unkind to UMKC in 2013, as the ‘Roos were forced to cancel or postpone 17 games. n Emily

Ott and Katie Kelley earned first team All-Summit League honors, while Deanna Friese, Chelsea Hartwig and Ott were named to the Summit League All-Tournament Team.

n Outfielder Brooke Parker hit .302 and stole a team-leading 18 bases last year as a freshman. n Junior catcher Caitlin Christopher returns after hitting .329 and belting a pair of home runs in

22 starts a season ago.

2014 SCHEDULE Date Opponent Time Feb. 7 !vs. Alabama State 12:30 p.m. !at Southeastern Louisiana 3 p.m. Feb. 7 Feb. 8 !vs. Texas Southern 12:30 p.m. !vs. Texas Tech 3 p.m. Feb. 8 Feb. 9 !vs. Akron 10 a.m. Feb. 14 @vs. St. John’s 2:30 p.m. @vs. Jackson State 7:30 p.m. Feb. 14 Feb. 15 @vs. NC State 2:30 p.m. @vs. Butler 9:30 a.m. Feb. 16 Feb. 16 @at Arkansas 2:30 p.m. #vs. Illinois noon Feb. 21 Feb. 21 #vs. Texas Tech 4 p.m. Feb. 22 #vs. Illinois 2 p.m. Feb. 22 #at UT Arlington 7 p.m. Feb. 23 #at UT Arlington 1 p.m. $vs. Saint Louis 2 p.m. March 1 $at Southeast Missouri 4 p.m. March 1 March 2 $vs. Missouri State 10 a.m. March 2 $vs. TBD 2 p.m. March 6 %at Wichita State 6 p.m. %vs. San Diego State 10:30 a.m. March 7 March 7 %vs. North Dakota 1 p.m. March 8 %vs. Iowa State 1 p.m. March 8 %vs. Northern Illinois 6 p.m. March 12 Northern Illinois 2 p.m. noon March 15 ^Western Illinois March 15 ^Northern Colorado 4 p.m. March 16 ^Western Illinois 4 p.m. March 19 Missouri State 4 p.m. March 21 &vs. North Dakota State 2:15 p.m. March 21 &vs. Oklahoma State 6:45 p.m. March 22 &vs. Ball State 6:45 p.m.

Date Opponent Time 12:15 p.m. March 23 &vs. Ball State March 23 &at Missouri 2:30 p.m. 2 p.m. March 25 at Loyola Marymount (DH) March 26 vs. Hawai‘i 2 p.m. March 28 *at Grand Canyon (DH) 5 p.m. 1 p.m. March 29 *at Grand Canyon April 1 at Nebraska-Omaha (DH) 3 p.m. *New Mexico State (DH) 2 p.m. April 4 April 5 *New Mexico State noon April 8 Kansas 5 p.m. April 11 *at Seattle U (DH) 4 p.m. April 12 *at Seattle U 2 p.m. South Dakota (DH) 3 p.m. April 15 *Utah Valley (DH) 2 p.m. April 18 April 19 *Utah Valley noon *Bakersfield (DH) 2 p.m. April 25 April 26 *Bakersfield noon at South Dakota State (DH) noon May 3 May 8-10 at WAC Tournament TBD (Seattle, Wash.) ! – Lion Classic (Hammond, La.) @ – Arkansas Invitational (Fayetteville, Ark.) # – UTA Hilton Invitational (Arlington, Texas) $ – All-Missouri Cancer Classic (Cape Girardeau, Mo.) % – Wichita State Tournament (Wichita, Kan.) ^ – UMKC Invitational (Kansas City, Mo.) & – Missouri Tournament (Columbia, Mo.) * – WAC game All times local to site/subject to change

KANGAROO ADMINISTRATION

Leo Morton Chancellor

Ken Ferguson Faculty Representative

Carla Wilson Athletics Director

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KANSAS CITY COACHING STAFF 2013 RESULTS

MEREDITH SMITH NEAL Alma Mater: Tennessee, 2004 Overall Record: 137-210 (.395)/seven years School Record: same WAC Record: 0-0/first year Playing Career: Centre College (Softball/Volleyball)

HEAD COACH FILE n Meredith Smith Neal is entering her eighth season as the head coach of the Kansas City softball

program. She was hired to lead the ‘Roos in July of 2006. n Under Smith Neal, Kansas City clinched its third consecutive postseason appearance in 2013,

qualifying for The Summit League Tournament with a 6-7 conference record. n She

has an overall record of 137-210 (.395) and stands as the program’s all-time winningest coach.

n Smith Neal guided the Kangaroos to school records for wins and conference wins with 38 and

18, respectively, in 2011. Kaelene Curry was named The Summit League Player of the Year, while Deanna Friese earned recognition as The Summit League Pitcher of the Year. n She was named The Summit League Coach of the Year in 2011. n Under Smith Neal, UMKC improved its win total for four consecutive seasons from 2008-11. n She served as Director of Softball Operations at the University of Tennessee from 2005-06.

ASSISTANT COACHES

Natalie Brock Tennessee ’08 First Year

Mike Neal Ottawa ’02 First Year

Lauren Eisenreich Missouri State ’13 First Year

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Date Opponent Score Feb. 8 !vs. Western Carolina W, 6-2 Feb. 9 !vs. North Carolina Central W, 8-0 (5) Feb. 9 !at South Carolina Upstate L, 1-7 Feb. 10 !vs. Maine W, 9-3 Feb. 15 #vs. Texas Tech L, 2-14 (5) Feb. 15 #at New Mexico State L, 1-10 (5) Feb. 16 #vs. Texas Tech L, 3-11 (5) Feb. 16 #vs. Colorado State L, 16-17 (9) Feb. 17 #vs. Penn State L, 2-10 (5) Feb. 22 $vs. SIU-Edwardsville L, 2-4 Feb. 23 $vs. Indiana State W, 5-3 Feb. 23 $vs. Belmont W, 4-3 Feb. 24 $vs. Nicholls State W, 16-3 (5) Feb. 24 $vs. Detroit W, 6-1 L, 0-8 (5) March 8 %at Texas Tech March 9 %vs. Troy L, 11-16 (8) March 9 %at Texas Tech L, 1-9 (6) March 10 %at Texas Tech L, 8-16 (5) March 10 %vs. UT-Arlington L, 1-9 (5) March 13 at Wichita State W, 4-2 W, 7-0 March 13 at Wichita State W, 2-1 March 19 at Missouri State W, 7-2 March 19 at Missouri State L, 1-9 (5) March 27 at Arkansas March 28 at Saint Louis L, 1-3 April 6 *Omaha L, 1-2 (10) April 6 *Omaha L, 1-2 April 7 *Omaha W, 3-0 *Western Illinois L, 1-2 April 13 April 13 *Western Illinois W, 7-5 *Western Illinois W, 9-0 (5) April 14 *at IUPUI W, 5-4 April 21 *at IUPUI W, 4-3 April 21 at Kansas L, 0-11 (5) April 24 April 24 at Kansas L, 0-4 April 27 *at South Dakota L, 7-8 (11) April 27 *at South Dakota L, 1-8 April 28 *at South Dakota L, 1-3 April 29 at Iowa State L, 4-10 April 29 at Iowa State L, 4-7 May 5 *South Dakota State L, 7-11 May 5 *South Dakota State W, 5-4 ^at North Dakota State L, 3-4 May 9 May 10 ^vs. South Dakota W, 2-0 ^at North Dakota State L, 5-6 May 10 ! – Upstate Classic (Spartanburg, S.C.) # – Troy Cox Classic (Las Cruces, N.M.) $ – Blues City Classic (Southaven, Miss.) % – Jeannie McHaney Classic (Lubbock, Texas) * – Summit League game ^ – Summit League Championship (Fargo, N.D.)


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KANSAS CITY TOP PLAYERS AND ROSTER

KATIE KELLEY

CAITLIN CHRISTOPHER

CINDA RAMOS

C, 5-4, Jr.

1B/RHP, 5-8, So.

RHP, 5-4, Jr.

Appeared in 35 games in 2013, while hitting .329 and recording 33 total bases… tallied five multi-hit games… caught 4-of-12 base stealers and fielded her position at a 1.000 clip… appeared in 48 games, including 38 starts in 2012… earned second team All-Summit League honors… finished the season batting .270 and led the team with a .405 slugging percentage… recorded 34 hits, including a team-high three homeruns… drove in 19 runs and scored 11 times… led the team in hitting (.333) and slugging (.533) during league play.

Appeared in 45 games, starting 43 times in 2013… earned first-team All-Summit League honors as a designated hitter… received USC Upstate and Blues City Classic first-team All-Tournament recognition… batted .262 with 33 hits in 126 at-bats, including a team-high five home runs (fourth most in UMKC single-season history)… finished with 54 total bases and drew nine walks… slugged .429 with a .307 onbase percentage… made 13 appearances in the circle, working 21.1 innings… earned the win in Kansas City’s 8-0 victory over North Carolina Central.

Made 22 appearances, including 17 starts in 2013… went 4-13 with a 7.67 ERA in 97.1 innings of work… threw six complete games… allowed 157 hits, 83 earned runs, and recorded 44 strikeouts… as a freshman in 2012, finished the year with a 13-13 record and a team-best 2.81 ERA… tied a UMKC single-season record with 34 appearances in the circle, including 23 starts and 14 complete games… two-time academic all-league selection.

CAREER STATISTICS Year G-GS AB R H RBI Avg. 2012 48-38 126 11 34 19 .270 2013 35-22 73 5 24 7 .329 Total 83-60 199 16 58 26 .291

CAREER STATISTICS Year G-GS AB R H RBI Avg. 2013 45-43 126 11 33 21 .262 Total 45-43 126 11 33 21 .262

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No. 1 2 3 5 7 8 10 11 12 13 14 15 17 22 23 24 25 41

Name Kendra Leach Cinda Ramos Kenzie Flaws Bri Wyatt Carnecia Kirkwood Kaitlyn Carey Brooke Parker Caitlin Christopher Kristi Lee Aly Zembruski Abby Warkentine Kelsey Volle Marlee Maples Katie Kelley Maddie Garton Alexandra Friloux Jenna Rangel Alex Gale

W-L S ERA IP K BB 1-1 0 9.55 21.2 9 20 1-1 0 9.55 21.2 9 20

Year 2013 Total

Pos. OF P P OF OF OF OF C INF INF UT C INF P/1B INF C INF C

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

Ht. 5-4 5-4 5-8 5-8 5-4 5-4 5-3 5-4 5-6 5-6 5-3 5-3 5-9 5-8 5-2 5-7 5-3 5-7

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

CAREER STATISTICS Year W-L S ERA IP K BB 2012 13-13 1 3.61 174.1 64 26 2013 4-13 0 7.67 97.1 44 46 Total 17-26 1 5.07 271.2 108 72 Year G-GS AB R H RBI Avg. 2012 39-24 30 2 5 5 .167 2013 11-3 10 2 0 1 .000 Total 50-27 40 4 5 6 .125

Hometown (Last School) Easton, Kan. (McLouth) Olathe, Kan. (Olathe Northwest) Carlisle, Iowa (Northern Iowa) Glen Ellyn, Ill. (Glenbard West) Florissant, Mo. (Coffeyville CC) Wichita, Kan. (Wichita State) Blue Springs, Mo. (Blue Springs South) Denton, Texas (John H. Guyer) Olathe, Kan. (Olathe Northwest) Minooka, Ill. (Northern Iowa) Auburn, Kan. (Washburn Rural) Hartsburg, Mo. (Southern Boone County) Spring, Texas (Klein Collins) Coweta, Okla. (Coweta) Overland Park, Kan. (Blue Valley) Ama, La. (Hahnville) Newton, Kan. (Newton) Steeleville, Ill. (Steeleville)

Head Coach: Meredith Smith Neal Assistant Coaches: Natalie Brock, Mike Neal, Lauren Eisenreich

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TEAM PROFILE

Key Returnees Bri Wyatt Caitlin Christopher Brooke Parker

BA .375 .329 .302

Hits 18 24 35

RBI 6 7 8

Key Pitchers Cinda Ramos Katie Kelley

ERA 7.67 9.55

W-L 4-13 1-1

K 44 9

Key Losses Emily Ott Chelsea Hartwig

BA .357 .273

Hits 45 24

RBI 23 14

Deanna Friese

ERA 5.76

W-L 13-13

K 189

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KANSAS CITY 2013 STATISTICS All Games: 18-27

Home: 4-4

Road: 6-16

Neutral: 8-7

Player AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-SBA PO A E FLD% Bri Wyatt .375 39-25 48 14 18 0 1 0 6 20 .417 3 2 5 0 .434 0 4 12-15 37 3 3 .930 Liz Broyles .362 33-33 94 19 34 5 2 2 12 49 .521 14 2 10 0 .446 2 3 2-2 44 44 8 .917 Emily Ott .357 44-43 126 16 45 10 0 2 23 61 .484 9 3 21 0 .413 0 1 3-3 30 2 3 .914 Caitlin Christopher .329 35-22 73 5 24 3 0 2 7 33 .452 6 0 9 0 .380 0 0 0-0 67 9 3 .962 .302 45-43 116 30 35 3 1 0 8 40 .345 12 1 25 0 .372 0 3 18-20 61 0 2 .968 Brooke Parker Alexandra Friloux .276 37-33 105 9 29 4 0 0 13 33 .314 3 1 15 0 .300 1 1 1-1 190 12 7 .967 Chelsea Hartwig .273 38-34 88 7 24 6 0 2 14 36 .409 7 13 11 0 .407 0 4 2-3 165 13 1 .994 Katie Kelley .262 45-43 126 11 33 6 0 5 21 54 .429 9 0 16 0 .307 2 1 1-1 61 12 0 1.000 Jenna Rangel .261 45-42 115 17 30 4 1 0 9 36 .313 3 3 26 0 .298 0 9 6-8 57 29 5 .945 .260 45-45 146 28 38 8 0 5 32 61 .418 5 0 16 1 .283 1 5 6-8 73 81 12 .928 Marlee Maples Katie Cruse .250 16-1 4 8 1 0 0 0 0 1 .250 0 0 2 0 .250 0 0 0-0 1 0 1 .500 Maddie Garton .191 28-11 47 5 9 1 0 0 3 10 .213 3 0 7 0 .240 0 1 1-1 16 14 6 .833 Kelsey Dean .167 42-27 72 10 12 5 1 0 6 19 .264 6 2 21 1 .250 0 3 3-5 30 3 3 .917 Kristi Lee .111 20-4 9 4 1 0 0 0 0 1 .111 0 0 3 0 .111 0 0 1-2 7 3 1 .909 .000 13-5 10 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 .000 0 0 1 0 .000 0 0 1-1 5 28 1 .971 Cinda Ramos Katie Petersen .000 29-0 2 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 1 0 .000 0 2 2-2 1 0 0 1.000 Lindsey Davis .000 1-1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0-0 1 0 0 1.000 Totals Opponents

.282 45-45 1182 194 333 55 6 18 155 454 .306 45-45 1186 257 363 70 12 39 232 574

.384 80 .484 156

27 189 27 242

2 .340 6 37 2 .397 8 28

59-72 849 273 58 .951 51-62 874 433 82 .941

LOB - Team (267), Opp (302). DPs turned - Team (6), Opp (11). IBB - Team (4), Liz Broyles 3, Caitlin Chri 1, Opp (2). Picked off - E. Ott 1. Player Deanna Friese Cinda Ramos Katie Kelley

ERA W-L APP GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR AB B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA 4.48 13-13 31 26 20 4 0 2 164.0 172 121 105 90 189 29 8 24 646 .266 17 15 0 6 11 5.97 4-13 22 17 6 0 0 0 97.1 157 111 83 46 44 37 2 10 440 .357 2 11 0 2 16 7.43 1-1 13 2 1 1 0 0 21.2 34 25 23 20 9 4 2 5 100 .340 3 1 0 0 1

Totals Opponents

5.22 18-27 45 45 27 5 0 2 283.0 363 257 211 156 242 70 12 39 1186 .306 22 27 0 8 28 3.29 26-18 45 45 22 3 1 3 291.1 333 194 137 80 189 55 6 18 1182 .282 16 27 1 6 37

PB - Team (5), Alexandra Fr 4, Caitlin Chri 1, Opp (8). Pickoffs - Team (1), Caitlin Chri 1, Opp (1). SBA/ATT - Alexandra Fr (39-45), Deanna Fries (30-37), Cinda Ramos (17-21), Caitlin Chri (12-16), Katie Kelley (4-4).

Summit League Games: 6-7

Home: 4-4

Road: 2-3

Player AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-SBA PO A E FLD% Bri Wyatt .429 13-12 28 6 12 0 0 0 2 12 .429 1 2 3 0 .484 0 2 4-5 20 0 1 .952 Alexandra Friloux .394 11-9 33 2 13 2 0 0 8 15 .455 0 1 3 0 .400 1 0 0-0 68 2 4 .946 .366 13-13 41 5 15 3 0 0 7 18 .439 5 1 8 0 .447 0 0 0-0 15 1 0 1.000 Emily Ott Liz Broyles .350 8-8 20 5 7 2 0 1 3 12 .600 9 0 2 0 .552 0 1 0-0 10 9 1 .950 .381 0 0 0-0 22 1 0 1.000 Caitlin Christophe .350 10-5 20 0 7 0 0 0 2 7 .350 1 0 0 0 Jenna Rangel .281 13-13 32 3 9 0 0 0 0 9 .281 1 2 7 0 .343 0 5 4-4 13 9 1 .957 Chelsea Hartwig .281 12-12 32 2 9 2 0 1 4 14 .438 3 7 6 0 .452 0 1 0-1 58 8 1 .985 .231 13-11 39 8 9 2 0 0 2 11 .282 2 0 6 0 .268 0 0 8-9 14 0 0 1.000 Brooke Parker Marlee Maples .229 13-13 48 8 11 2 0 2 4 19 .396 2 0 0 0 .260 0 0 0-1 27 28 2 .965 Katie Kelley .220 13-13 41 2 9 2 0 1 9 14 .341 4 0 3 0 .283 1 0 1-1 17 2 0 1.000 Maddie Garton .143 12-4 21 1 3 0 0 0 1 3 .143 2 0 2 0 .217 0 1 1-1 3 4 3 .700 Kelsey Dean .000 11-3 8 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 3 0 3 0 .273 0 0 0-0 7 1 0 1.000 Lindsey Davis .000 1-1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0-0 1 0 0 1.000 Cinda Ramos .000 3-1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 1-1 3 9 1 .923 Totals Opponents

.285 13-13 365 52 104 15 0 5 42 134 .249 13-13 370 52 92 17 3 6 49 133

.367 33 13 43 .359 41 10 88

0 .363 2 12 19-24 279 82 16 .958 0 .338 2 4 18-20 277 136 20 .954

LOB - Team (96), Opp (96). DPs turned - Team (2), Opp (5). IBB - Team (3), Liz Broyles 3, Opp (1). Player Deanna Friese Katie Kelley Cinda Ramos

ERA W-L APP GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR AB B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA 1.63 5-3 10 7 7 2 0 1 55.2 40 18 13 23 65 5 3 3 204 .196 0 5 0 1 2 1.91 0-0 3 0 0 0 0 0 3.2 2 2 1 6 2 1 0 0 14 .143 0 0 0 0 0 4.37 1-4 6 6 1 0 0 0 33.2 50 32 21 12 21 11 0 3 152 .329 0 5 0 1 2

Totals Opponents

2.63 6-7 13 13 8 2 0 1 93.0 92 52 35 41 88 17 3 6 370 .249 0 10 0 2 4 3.03 7-6 13 13 7 0 0 1 92.1 104 52 40 33 43 15 0 5 365 .285 7 13 0 2 12

PB - Team (1), Alexandra Fr 1, Opp (2). SBA/ATT - Alexandra Fr (15-16), Cinda Ramos (9-10), Deanna Fries (8-9), Caitlin Chri (3-3), Katie Kelley (1-1).

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NEW MEXICO STATE AGGIES

QUICK FACTS

Location:.......................................... Las Cruces, N.M. Joined WAC:............................................July 1, 2005 Enrollment:.......................................................17,651 Founded:............................................................... 1888 Nickname:......................................................... Aggies Colors:.........................................Crimson and White President:.............................. Dr. Garrey Carruthers Athletics Director:............... Dr. McKinley Boston Athletic Department:.................. (575) 646-1211 Ticket Office:.................................... (575) 646-1420 Web Site:................................... nmstatesports.com SPORTS INFORMATION Director .................................................. Tyler Dunkel Softball Contact .........................Stephanie Taylor Office Number ............................... (575) 646-3269 Taylor’s Cell Number ................... (505) 804-4249 Taylor’s E-Mail .......................sataylor@nmsu.edu Fax Number .................................... (575) 646-2425 Press Box .......................................... (575) 646-2883

SOFTBALL FACTS

Head Coach......................................Kathy Rodolph Softball Office.................................(575) 646-5793 Program Record......... 820-1068 (.441), 39 years All-Time WAC Record.........80-77 (.510), 8 years WAC Regular-Season Titles................... 1 (2011) WAC Tournament Titles........................... 1 (2011) 2013 Record...........................................37-20 (.649) 2013 WAC Record...................................16-5 (2nd) Stadium......NM State Softball Complex (1,050) Stadium Record............393-341 (.535), 33 years NCAA Appearances................................... 1 (2011) NCAA Record..............................................1-2 (.333) Letterwinners Returning/Lost.................... 14/6 Starters Returning/Lost....................................5/4

MEDIA OUTLETS

Las Cruces Sun-News:.......................Jason Groves Office: (575) 541-5444............Fax: (575) 541-5498 El Paso Times: Office: (800) 351-1032............Fax: (915) 546-6343 Las Cruces Bulletin:................................. Jim Hilley Office: (575) 524-8061............Fax: (575) 526-4621 Albuquerque Journal:................... Ken Sickenger Office: (800) 990-5765............Fax: (505) 823-3998 The Roundup (Campus): Office: (575) 646-6397............Fax: (575) 646-7905

Dr. Garrey Carruthers President

AGGIE BITS n Last year, NM State went 37-20 overall and 16-5 in the WAC, good for second place. n The Aggies return WAC Player of the Year Staci Rodriguez and three other All-WAC selections –

Emma Adams, Kristi Covarrubia and Malena Padilla – from the 2013 team.

n Rodriguez returns after being named to the NFCA All-Pacific Region team and leading the WAC

with 60 home runs and 63 RBI. She tied for 10th in the nation for home runs.

n The Aggies have three pitchers – Karysta Donisthiorpe, Makayla McAdams and Nikki Diaz – to

replace first team All-WAC and all-tournament team selection Alex Newman, who ended her senior season with a 1.88 ERA.

n Kelsey Dodd returns for her junior season with the Aggies after posting a .318 batting average,

48 hits and 48 RBI, while starting 54 games at first base last year.

n Last season, the Aggies posted a program-record 11-game winning streak after defeating No.

17 Arizona.

2013 SCHEDULE Date Opponent Feb. 7 !Florida State Feb. 7 !Saint Mary’s Feb. 8 !Nebraska Feb. 9 !Saint Mary’s !UTEP Feb. 9 Feb. 14 @Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Feb. 14 @Iowa State Feb. 15 @Northern Colorado Feb. 15 @Iowa State Feb. 16 @Texas Tech Feb. 21 #vs. Incarnate Word Feb. 21 #vs. Houston Baptist Feb. 22 #vs. Houston Baptist Feb. 22 #vs. Incarnate Word Feb. 23 #vs. Incarnate Word Feb. 28 $vs. Weber State Feb. 28 $vs. Seton Hall March 1 $vs. Binghampton March 1 $at UNLV March 2 $vs. DePaul March 4 at UTEP March 7 %vs. UT Arlington March 7 %vs. Northern Colorado March 8 %vs. Northern Colorado March 9 %vs. UT Arlington March 9 %at Texas Tech March 13 at San Jose State March 14 ^vs. Pacific March 14 ^vs. Saint Mary’s

Time 4 p.m. 6 p.m. 4 p.m. 11 a.m. 1:30 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 6 p.m. 4 p.m. 6 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 10 a.m. 12:30 p.m. 10 a.m. 12:30 p.m. 11 a.m. 9 a.m. 11:15 a.m. 3:45 p.m. 8:15 p.m. 11:15 a.m. 6 p.m. 10 a.m. 12:30 p.m. 12:30 p.m. 10 a.m. 3 p.m. noon 3:45 p.m. 8:15 p.m.

Date Opponent March 15 ^vs. Colorado State March 15 ^at Fresno State March 16 ^vs. Cal Poly March 19 New Mexico March 25 UTEP March 28 *Seattle U March 29 *Seattle U (DH) April 4 *at Kansas City (DH) April 5 *at Kansas City April 11 *Bakersfield April 12 *Bakersfield (DH) April 18 *at Grand Canyon (DH) April 19 *at Grand Canyon April 23 at Arizona (DH) April 25 *at Utah Valley April 26 *at Utah Valley (DH) April 29 at New Mexico May 8-10 WAC Tournament (Seattle, Wash.)

! – Hotel Encanto Classic (Las Cruces, N.M.) @ – Troy Cox Classic (Las Cruces, N.M.) # – UTEP Invitational (El Paso, Texas) $ – Eller Media Stadium Classic (Las Vegas, Nev.) % – Jeannine McHaney Memorial (Lubbock, Texas) ^ – Fresno State Classic (Fresno, Calif.) * – WAC game All times local to site/subject to change

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Dr. McKinley Boston Athletics Director

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Time 6 p.m. 8:15 p.m. 12:45 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 4 p.m. 2 p.m. noon 6 p.m. 4 p.m. 5 p.m. 1 p.m. 4 p.m. 2 p.m. noon 5 p.m. TBD

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NEW MEXICO STATE COACHING STAFF 2013 RESULTS KATHY RODOLPH Alma Mater: UTEP, 1985 Overall Record: 360-315 (.533)/12 years School Record: 291-281 (.509)/10 years WAC Record: 80-77 (.510) Playing Career: UTEP (Basketball)

HEAD COACH FILE n Kathy Rodolph begins her 11th season with the Aggies as the longest tenured and winningest

coach (.509) in Aggie Softball history. n She

was named WAC Coach of the Year in 2011 after leading the Aggies to their first title of any kind with a regular-season championship. Rodolph also guided NM State to its first WAC Tournament title in 2011.

n Rodolph led the Aggies to a 37-20 season record in 2013 with a 16-5 conference record to finish

second in the WAC. n She coached WAC Player of the Year Staci Rodriguez and six All-WAC selections in 2013. n After posting 14 wins in her opening season of 2004, Rodolph has won 25 or more games in

eight of the last nine seasons. n Rodolph goes into the 2014 season just 13 wins away from her 500th career win and nine wins

away from win No. 300 as the Aggies’ head coach. n She coached the Aggies to their longest winning streak (11 straight) win a 3-2 win over No. 17

Arizona during the 2013 season.

ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH

Cat Heifner UTEP ’97 11th Year

ASSISTANT COACH

Tiala Tagaloa Bethune-Cookman ’05 Ninth Year 33 WACSports.com

Date Opponent Score Feb. 8 !Nebraska L, 1-5 Feb. 8 !UIC W, 8-1 Feb. 9 !UIC W, 11-1 (5) Feb. 10 !New Mexico W, 3-0 Feb. 12 UTEP W, 7-1 Feb. 15 @UMKC W, 10-1 (5) Feb. 15 @Penn State W, 10-2 (6) Feb. 16 @Penn State L, 2-10 (6) Feb. 16 @Colorado State L, 9-10 W, 9-2 Feb. 17 @Colorado State Feb. 17 @Texas Tech L, 3-5 (8) Feb. 19 New Mexico L, 9-10 Feb. 23 #vs. South Dakota W, 1-0 Feb. 23 #at UTEP W, 5-4 Feb. 24 #vs. South Dakota W, 4-3 March 1 $vs. DePaul L, 1-6 March 1 $vs. Cal State Northridge L, 3-4 W, 4-0 March 2 $vs. Weber State March 2 $at UNLV W, 8-0 (5) March 3 $vs. Weber State W, 2-0 W, 5-3 March 3 $at UNLV March 8 %vs. UC Davis W, 4-2 March 9 %vs. Notre Dame L, 1-2 L, 0-6 March 10 %at No. 3 Arizona State March 10 %vs. Notre Dame L, 0-5 L, 1-4 (10) March 15 at Nebraska March 15 at Nebraska L, 0-8 March 19 at New Mexico W, 2-0 L, 4-8 March 22 *Louisiana Tech March 23 *Louisiana Tech W, 11-3 (6) W, 9-7 March 23 *Louisiana Tech W, 8-5 March 25 Siena College March 25 Siena College W, 10-5 W, 5-2 (8) March 29 *at Utah State March 29 *at Utah State W, 17-6 W, 3-0 March 30 *at Utah State *UT Arlington W, 5-1 April 5 April 6 *UT Arlington W, 3-2 (12) *UT Arlington W, 6-5 (8) April 6 April 9 No. 17 Arizona W, 3-2 No. 17 Arizona L, 1-8 April 9 April 12 *UTSA W, 8-0 (5) April 13 *UTSA W, 7-1 April 13 *UTSA W, 3-2 April 19 *at Texas State W, 1-0 (9) April 19 *at Texas State L, 4-5 April 20 *at Texas State W, 3-2 (8) W, 8-0 (6) April 26 *Seattle U April 27 *Seattle U W, 2-0 April 27 *Seattle U W, 9-7 May 3 *at San Jose State L, 1-2 May 4 *at San Jose State L, 1-2 (8) May 4 *at San Jose State L, 2-5 May 9 &at Louisiana Tech W, 3-0 May 10 &vs. San Jose State L, 1-3 May 10 &vs. Texas State W, 3-1 L, 0-4 May 11 &vs. San Jose State ! - Hotel Encanto Classic (Las Cruces, N.M.) @ - Troy Cox Classic (Las Cruces, N.M.) # - UTEP Invitational (El Paso, Texas) $ - Eller Media Stadium Classic (Las Vegas, Nev.) % - Arizona State Invitational (Mesa, Ariz.) * – WAC game & - WAC Tournament (Ruston, La.)


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NEW MEXICO STATE TOP PLAYERS AND ROSTER

KARYSTA DONISTHORPE

EMMA ADAMS

STACI RODRIGUEZ

3B, 5-6, So.

RHP, 5-6, Jr.

OF, 5-9, Jr.

Started 43 games and led the team with 129 assists ... was responsible for 10 double plays ... had four home runs, three coming during WAC play ... had four stolen bases ... had nine doubles and 15 RBI, good for a .286 batting average and .444 slugging percentage ... had a season-high seven putouts against UT Arlington on April 6 ... hit a two-run homer to lift NM State to a 3-2 win over No.17 Arizona, notching the longest winning streak in program history (11) ... went 3-for-4 with a double, one RBI and two runs scored against Utah State on March 29.

Made 11 appearances in 2013 before a season-ending injury ... had a career-high 12 strikeouts against San Diego on Feb. 24 ... as a freshman in 2012, made 16 starts in 31 appearances ... posted a 3.73 ERA over 116.1 innings ... led the team in strikeouts (105) and opponent batting average (.254) ... recorded at least one strikeout in all 16 starts.

Named WAC Player of the Year in 2013 after leading all players in WAC games with 26 RBI, nine home runs, 56 total bases and a .903 slugging percentage ... threetime WAC Hitter of the Week during the season ... led the WAC, ranked 10th nationally and second all-time at NM State with 20 homers ... smacked three home runs against Siena College, the most of any Aggie in a single game ... had two games with six RBI and combined for a career-high13 RBI during the second week of play and was recognized as a Player of the Week by ESPNW College Softball Notebook ... as a freshman in 2012, appeared in 47 games, starting 43 ... hit .215 with 26 RBI and 25 runs scored ... had a career-high four runs scored against UTEP on Feb. 14 ... two-time Academic All-WAC honoree.

CAREER STATISTICS Year G-GS AB R H RBI Avg. 2013 54-48 133 25 38 15 .286 Total 54-48 133 25 38 15 .286

CAREER STATISTICS IP K BB Year W-L S ERA 2012 6-10 0 3.73 116.1 105 41 2013 5-2 0 3.23 39.0 47 11 Total 11-12 0 3.61 155.1 152 52

CAREER STATISTICS Year G-GS AB R H RBI Avg. 2012 47-43 121 25 26 26 .251 2013 57-57 168 36 60 63 .357 Total 104-100 289 61 86 89 .298

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No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 15 17 18 21 22 23 25 32 33

Name Malena Padilla Susie Chandler Nikki Diaz Chelsea Dohrwardt Emma Adams Celisha Walker Brennalyn Nakamura Haley Nakamura Tatum Reedy Taylor Lewallen Makayla McAdams Kelsey Dodd Lacey Rother Misty Hoohuli Staci Rodriguez Devon Thomey Karysta Donisthorpe Savannah Washington Fiana Finau Alyssa Ruiz Morgan Lambert Kristi Covarrubia

Pos. OF UT RHP OF UT P/UT UT INF C INF RHP INF C UT OF C RHP C INF C INF INF

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

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

Yr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Jr. So. Sr. So. Fr. So. Fr. So. Jr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Fr. So. Sr. Fr. RS-Sr.

Hometown (Last School) Oakley, Calif. (Freedom) Farmington, N.M. (Piedra Vista) Las Cruces, N.M. (Howard College) Tucson, Ariz. (Tucson) Corrales, N.M. (Cibola) Santa Monica, Calif. (Santa Monica) Lahaina, Hawai’i (Southern Nevada) Lahaina, Hawai’i (Lahainaluna) Goodyear, Ariz. (Estrella Foothills) Surprise, Ariz. (Willow Canyon) Tucson, Ariz. (Ironwood Ridge) Clovis, Calif. (Buchanan) Long Beach, Calif. (South Carolina) Honolulu, Hawai’i () Paramount, Calif. (Downey) Sugar Land, Texas (Dulles) Farmington, N.M. (Piedra Vista) Angleton, Texas (Angleton) Oceanside, Calif. (San Diego State) Temecula, Calif. (Chaparral) Lemoore, Calif. (Lemoore) Las Cruces, N.M. (Onate)

Head Coach: Kathy Rodolph Associate Head Coach: Cat Heifner Assistant Coach: Tiala Tagaloa Graduate Assistant: Kate Singler Volunteer Assistant: Keith Autry 34 2014 WAC Softball Media Guide

TEAM PROFILE

Key Returnees Emma Adams Kristi Covarrubia Kelsey Dodd Malena Padilla Staci Rodriguez

BA .286 .270 .318 .280 .357

Hits 38 34 48 42 60

RBI 15 9 35 17 63

Key Pitchers ERA Karysta Donisthorpe 3.23

W-L 5-2

K 47

Key Losses Teresa Conrad Amber Olive

BA .263 .393

Hits 42 79

RBI 26 20

Key Losses Alex Newman

ERA 1.88

W-L 2413

K 87

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NEW MEXICO STATE 2013 STATISTICS All Games: 37-20

Home: 21-7

Road: 10-7

Neutral: 6-6

Player AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-SBA PO A E FLD% Olive, Amber .393 57-57 201 41 79 4 5 2 20 99 .493 11 2 12 0 .428 1 2 16-23 101 5 1 .991 Rodriguez, Staci .357 57-57 168 36 60 11 0 20 63 131 .780 24 2 25 0 .437 3 2 6-7 86 2 0 1.000 .318 57-54 151 21 48 14 0 8 35 86 .570 30 3 13 1 .431 4 0 0-0 385 22 2 .995 Dodd, Kelsey Adams, Emma .286 54-48 133 25 38 9 0 4 15 59 .444 9 5 20 1 .354 0 2 4-5 59 129 14 .931 Padilla, Malena .280 53-49 150 18 42 8 0 4 17 62 .413 10 1 11 1 .325 2 0 3-3 42 2 0 1.000 Covarrubia, Kristi .270 44-43 126 24 34 1 0 0 9 35 .278 17 2 20 0 .363 1 11 4-5 24 30 4 .931 Conrad, Teresa .263 55-55 160 23 42 12 0 5 26 69 .431 14 5 25 1 .341 0 7 2-3 100 96 13 .938 .240 56-56 154 23 37 7 0 3 14 53 .344 19 2 21 0 .331 0 4 3-5 136 113 15 .943 Kaaihue, Tehani Nakamura, Brennal .500 26-1 8 12 4 0 0 0 1 4 .500 1 0 4 0 .556 0 0 1-1 4 4 2 .800 Ramirez, Thai .286 10-0 7 0 2 0 0 0 2 2 .286 1 0 2 0 .375 0 0 0-0 0 1 0 1.000 Rother, Lacey .227 37-23 66 7 15 0 0 4 10 27 .409 13 0 8 0 .346 2 1 1-1 23 2 0 1.000 Vargas, Ayssa .222 16-4 18 0 4 0 0 0 4 4 .222 5 0 6 0 .391 0 0 0-0 7 1 0 1.000 .206 25-10 34 6 7 0 0 1 6 10 .294 7 3 15 0 .386 0 0 0-0 0 0 2 .000 Cisneros, Tina Ruiz, Alyssa .195 41-34 77 5 15 1 0 2 12 22 .286 7 0 14 0 .262 0 3 0-0 129 20 1 .993 Dohrwardt, Chelse .190 51-4 21 19 4 1 0 0 2 5 .238 0 1 4 0 .227 0 0 9-11 5 0 0 1.000 Reedy, Tatum .146 24-18 41 4 6 1 0 1 3 10 .244 8 0 8 0 .286 0 1 0-0 67 9 3 .962 Newman, Alex .000 1-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 1 0 .000 0 0 0-0 6 44 0 1.000 Totals Opponents

.288 57-57 1516 264 437 69 .267 57-57 1552 183 414 52

5 54 239 678 4 31 168 567

.447 176 .365 79

26 209 4 .369 13 33 17 194 13 .309 4 37

49-64 1177 523 65 .963 31-43 1133 395 61 .962

LOB - Team (369), Opp (331). DPs turned - Team (27), Opp (19). CI - Team (1), Ruiz, A 1, Opp (1). Picked off - Conrad, T 1, Dohrwardt, C 1, Reedy, T 1. Player ERA W-L APP GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR AB B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA Newman, Alex 1.88 24-13 46 31 17 6 2 2 205.1 206 76 55 27 87 22 0 13 800 .258 4 14 0 1 18 McAdams, Makayla 3.16 4-3 24 8 1 1 2 0 64.1 79 32 29 24 23 10 2 2 268 .295 3 1 0 0 4 Walker, Celisha 3.51 4-2 29 11 3 1 3 2 83.2 88 51 42 17 37 10 1 9 325 .271 4 0 0 2 14 Donisthorpe, Karysta 3.23 5-2 11 7 2 1 1 0 39.0 41 24 18 11 47 10 1 7 159 .258 0 2 0 1 1 Totals Opponents

2.57 37-20 57 57 23 12 3 4 392.1 414 183 144 79 194 52 4 31 1552 .267 11 17 0 4 37 4.17 20-37 57 57 27 4 0 2 377.2 437 264 225 176 209 69 5 54 1516 .288 24 26 5 13 33

PB - Team (6), Ruiz, A 3, Reedy, T 2, Rother, L 1, Opp (9). Pickoffs - Team (3), Ruiz, A 2, Rother, L 1, Opp (2). SBA/ATT - Ruiz, A (18-27), Newman, A (14-21), Reedy, T (7-10), Walker, C (7-9), Donisthorpe (6-7), McAdams, M (4-6), Rother, L (6-6).

WAC Games: 16-5

Home: 11-1

Road: 5-4

Player AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-SBA PO A E FLD% .462 21-21 78 16 36 1 2 1 7 44 .564 6 2 3 0 .512 0 0 6-9 49 2 0 1.000 Olive, Amber Rodriguez, Staci .403 21-21 62 16 25 4 0 9 26 56 .903 12 1 7 0 .507 0 1 3-3 33 2 0 1.000 20-20 66 15 23 0 0 0 4 23 .348 7 0 8 0 .411 0 4 1-1 2 4 0 1.000 Covarrubia, Krist .348 Padilla, Malena .321 19-17 56 9 18 4 0 1 7 25 .446 3 0 2 0 .350 1 0 1-1 14 0 0 1.000 Adams, Emma .321 20-20 53 15 17 4 0 3 9 30 .566 5 1 5 0 .390 0 1 2-3 29 54 5 .943 .262 21-21 61 8 16 7 0 3 16 32 .525 12 1 3 1 .382 2 0 0-0 157 12 0 1.000 Dodd, Kelsey Kaaihue, Tehani .254 21-21 63 6 16 3 0 1 8 22 .349 4 2 11 0 .319 0 2 0-1 65 45 5 .957 .203 21-21 64 10 13 3 0 4 18 28 .438 4 3 9 1 .282 0 5 0-0 35 45 2 .976 Conrad, Teresa Nakamura, Brennal 1.000 7-0 1 5 1 0 0 0 0 1 1.000 0 0 0 0 1.000 0 0 0-0 0 3 0 1.000 Dohrwardt, Chelse .333 18-0 3 8 1 0 0 0 0 1 .333 0 0 0 0 .333 0 0 4-5 1 0 0 1.000 Vargas, Ayssa .286 4-2 7 0 2 0 0 0 2 2 .286 1 0 3 0 .375 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 .000 Ruiz, Alyssa .200 13-12 30 1 6 0 0 1 5 9 .300 2 0 5 0 .250 0 1 0-0 36 10 1 .979 Reedy, Tatum .143 9-9 21 2 3 1 0 1 2 7 .333 3 0 5 0 .250 0 1 0-0 28 4 1 .970 Rother, Lacey .059 12-4 17 1 1 0 0 1 2 4 .235 2 0 4 0 .150 1 0 0-0 0 0 0 .000 Cisneros, Tina .000 2-0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 1 0 .000 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 .000 Newman, Alex .000 1-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 1 0 .000 0 0 0-0 3 12 0 1.000 Ramirez, Thai .000 1-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 1 0 .000 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 .000 Totals Opponents

.304 21-21 586 112 178 27 2 25 106 284 .265 21-21 574 60 152 14 3 9 57 199

.485 61 10 68 .347 24 8 57

2 .377 4 15 17-23 454 209 18 .974 5 .302 3 20 7-12 432 142 14 .976

LOB - Team (132), Opp (116). DPs turned - Team (11), Opp (8). CI - Team (1), Ruiz, A 1. Picked off - Dohrwardt, C 1. Player ERA W-L APP GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR AB B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA Newman, Alex 1.25 11-5 18 12 9 4 0 0 89.1 77 25 16 11 34 6 0 4 329 .234 1 8 0 1 11 McAdams, Makayla 2.24 2-0 7 4 1 1 0 0 25.0 29 8 8 6 11 4 2 1 98 .296 1 0 0 0 1 Walker, Celisha 3.97 3-0 10 5 2 0 0 1 37.0 46 27 21 7 12 4 1 4 147 .313 4 0 0 2 8 Totals Opponents

2.08 16-5 21 21 12 5 0 1 151.1 152 60 45 24 57 14 3 9 574 .265 6 8 0 3 20 5.01 5-16 21 21 7 0 0 1 144.0 178 112 103 61 68 27 2 25 586 .304 13 10 0 4 15

PB - Team (2), Reedy, T 2, Opp (2). Pickoffs - Team (2), Ruiz, A 2. SBA/ATT - Ruiz, A (4-7), Newman, A (5-6), Reedy, T (3-5), Walker, C (2-4), McAdams, M (0-2). 35 WACSports.com


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SEATTLE U REDHAWKS

REDHAWK BITS

QUICK FACTS

n Seattle U will host the 2014 WAC Softball Tournament, May 8-10.

Location:...............................................Seattle, Wash. Joined WAC:............................................ July 1, 2012 Enrollment:..........................................................7,755 Founded:................................................................1898 Nickname:................................................... Redhawks Colors:.................................................. Red and White President:.....................Fr. Stephen Sundborg, S.J. Athletics Director:.......................... William Hogan Athletic Department:...................(206) 296-6400 Ticket Office:.....................................(206) 296-8582 Web Site:...............................www.goseattleu.com SPORTS INFORMATION Director ..............................................Jason Behenna Softball Contact .................................Mollie Hanke Office Number ................................(206) 296-2490 Hanke’s Cell Number ...................(859) 948-4472 Hanke’s E-Mail .................hankem@seattleu.edu Fax Number .....................................(206) 296-2154

SOFTBALL FACTS

Head Coach............................................ Dan Powers Softball Office................................. (206) 296-5905 Program Record............ 290-334 (.465)/14 years All-Time WAC Record........ 8-13 (.381)/one year WAC Regular-Season Titles..................................0 WAC Tournament Titles.........................................0 2013 Record............................................20-33 (.377) 2013 WAC Record.......................8-13 (.381)/T-6th Stadium.........................................Logan Field (250) Stadium Record..................... 3-8 (.273)/one year NCAA Appearances............. 4 (2004, ‘06, ‘07, ‘08) NCAA Record................................... 9-8 (Division II) Letterwinners Returning/Lost........................9/6 Starters Returning/Lost.....................................7/3

MEDIA OUTLETS

The Seattle Times:............................. Don Shelton Office: (206) 464-2900........ FAX: (206) 464-2261 710 ESPN Seattle: Office: (206) 726-7000 KJR 950 AM/102.9 FM: Office: (206) 494-2000 The Spectator (Campus):...........Emily Hedberg Office: (206) 296-6474........ FAX: (206) 296-6477

Fr. Stephen Sundborg President

n The Redhawks return first team All-WAC honorees Isabella Geronimo and Bubba Morrow. n Brianna Guerrero was named to College Sports Madness’ All-WAC first team last season. n Richelle

Ashburn was named WAC Pitcher of the Week for the week of April 8-14, 2013 after going 2-0 and posting a 0.58 ERA and seven strikeouts as the Redhawks swept Utah State.

n The Redhawks welcome six newcomers to this year’s squad – Paige Bouska, Alyssa Reuble, Lindsay

Davis, Megan Ottino, Malin Murray and Kayla Shuster-Gonzales. Three are from California and one apiece from Washington, Oregon and Alaska.

n Seattle U said goodbye to five seniors in 2013 – Jessica Ulrich, Rogin Hardy, Allegra Wide, Breonna

Chrisman and Becca Cable.

n Wilde earned Capital One Academic All-District VIII first team honors in 2013.

2014 SCHEDULE Date Opponent Time Feb. 7 !vs. Cal Poly 9:30 a.m. !vs. San Jose State 2:30 p.m. Feb. 7 Feb. 8 !vs. Northridge 4:30 p.m. Feb. 8 !vs. San Diego State 7 p.m. Feb. 9 !vs. Penn State 9 a.m. Feb. 9 !vs. Stanford 12:30 p.m. Feb. 13 @vs. Brigham Young 6:45 p.m. Feb. 14 @vs. Florida 9 a.m. Feb. 14 @vs. Hawai‘i 1:30 p.m. Feb. 15 @vs. Utah 3:45 p.m. Feb. 15 @vs. Portland State 6 p.m. Feb. 16 @vs. Toledo 1:30 p.m. Feb. 21 #vs. Loyola Marymount 9 a.m. Feb. 21 #at UC Riverside 2 p.m. Feb. 22 #vs. Loyola Marymount 9 a.m. Feb. 23 #at UC Riverside 11:30 a.m. $vs. Boston University 1 p.m. Feb. 28 Feb. 28 $at Santa Clara 6 p.m. March 1 $vs. Boston University 5 p.m. March 2 $vs. UC Davis 12:30 p.m. March 2 $at Santa Clara 3 p.m. March 7 %vs. UC Santa Barbara 12:30 p.m. March 7 %at Nevada 3 p.m. March 8 %vs. UC Santa Barbara 10 a.m. March 8 %at Nevada 3 p.m. March 9 %vs. UC Santa Barbara 9 a.m. March 14 ^vs. Weber State 1 p.m. March 15 ^vs. Fairleigh Dickinson 10 a.m.

Date Opponent March 15 ^at San Diego March 16 ^vs. Weber State March 16 ^at San Diego March 24 Northwest University March 28 *at New Mexico State March 29 *at New Mexico State (DH) April 1 Washington April 4 *Utah Valley (DH) April 5 *Utah Valley April 9 at Portland State (DH) April 11 *Kansas City (DH) April 12 *Kansas City April 18 *at Bakersfield April 19 *at Bakersfield (DH) April 25 *Grand Canyon (DH) April 26 *Grand Canyon May 8-10 WAC Tournament (Seattle, Wash.)

! – Kajikawa Classic (Tempe, Ariz.) @ – Easton Desert Classic (Las Vegas, Nev.) # – Amy S. Harrison Classic (Riverside, Calif.) $ – Santa Clara Invitational (Santa Clara, Calif.) % – Nevada Classic (Reno, Nev.) ^ – USD Tournament (San Diego, Calif.) * – WAC game All times local to site/subject to change

REDHAWK ADMINISTRATION

David Arnesen Faculty Representative

William Hogan Athletics Director 36 2014 WAC Softball Media Guide

Time 3 p.m. 9 a.m. 2 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 4 p.m. 6 p.m. 4 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 4 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m. 4 p.m. 2 p.m. TBD

Roxanne Levenson Associate AD/SWA

Mollie Hanke SID


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SEATTLE U COACHING STAFF DAN POWERS Alma Mater: Pacific Lutheran, 1994 Overall Record: 247-241-1 (.506)/10 years School Record: Same WAC Record: 8-13 (.381)/one year

HEAD COACH FILE n Dan Powers enters his 11th season as head coach of the Redhawks and has posted a 247-241-1 (.506) overall mark, while guiding Seattle U from Division II to Division I. n Powers was named Great Northwest Athletic Conference Coach of the Year in 2004 after leading his team to a 29-17 overall record and 19-5 mark and second-place finish in GNAC play, Seattle U’s best conference finish and highest win total in school history. The team also finished third in the NCAA Division II West Region in its first trip to the postseason. n In his first five years, Powers posted a 167-91 (.647) overall record and an 84-31 (.730) mark in GNAC play and made four appearances in the NCAA Division II West Regional. n In the team’s first year as an NCAA DI program (2009), the Redhawks won the Division I Independent Softball Tournament with a 10-9 victory over South Dakota. n Before SU, Powers was the head coach at Lindbergh High School for three years and competed in men’s fastpitch for the Greater Puget Sound League as a catcher for eight years and a pitcher for seven years. n Powers’ staff includes Sean Praven, in his 11th season at Seattle U, and volunteer coaches Liza Teichler, in her fourth season, and Brandi Gordon, returning for her second season at SU after also serving as an assistant coach in 2008. Gordon was a member of the 2007 Washington squad that advanced deep into the postseason and finished No. 3 in the nation.

ASSISTANT COACHES

Sean Praven Eastern Washington ‘94 11th Year

Liza Teichler Western Washington ‘08 Fourth Year

Brandi Gordon Pacific ’05 Second Year

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2013 RESULTS

Date Opponent Result Feb. 8 !vs. Brigham Young L, 0-10 !vs. Oklahoma State W, 3-2 Feb. 8 Feb. 9 !at Southern Utah W, 6-4 Feb. 9 !vs. Utah W, 6-3 Feb. 10 !vs. Weber State W, 5-0 Feb. 15 @vs. Long Beach State L, 9-16 @vs. Utah W, 10-0 (5) Feb. 15 Feb. 16 @vs. No. 19 UCLA L, 0-9 (5) Feb. 16 @vs. Louisiana Monroe L, 0-1 Feb. 17 @vs. Oregon State L, 2-6 Feb. 23 Northwest W, 9-1 (5) Northwest W, 15-0 (5) Feb. 23 March 1 #vs. South Dakota State W, 8-2 March 1 #at UC Santa Barbara L, 2-3 March 2 #at UC Santa Barbara L, 4-6 (10) March 2 #vs. South Dakota State L, 0-8 (6) #at UC Santa Barbara L, 0-4 March 3 Ohio L, 4-7 March 7 March 7 Bradley L, 3-7 March 8 $vs. New Mexico L, 0-2 $vs. Ohio L, 0-5 March 9 March 9 $vs. Yale W, 6-2 $at No. 19 Washington L, 0-8 (6) March 10 March 12 Yale W, 6-1 %vs. Loyola Marymount W, 6-5 March 16 %at Cal State Northridge L, 2-10 (6) March 16 March 17 %vs. Loyola Marymount L, 0-2 %at Cal State Northridge L,3-6 March 17 March 22 *at UT Arlington L, 3-5 March 22 *at UT Arlington L, 0-1 (8) *at UT Arlington W, 13-4 (5) March 23 *Texas State L, 1-2 March 29 *Texas State W, 2-0 March 29 *Texas State L, 4-7 March 30 April 5 *at San Jose State W, 2-1 *at San Jose State L, 7-10 April 6 April 6 *at San Jose State L, 3-6 *Utah State W, 3-1 April 12 *Utah State W, 2-1 April 12 April 13 *Utah State W, 8-0 *at UTSA W, 4-3 April 19 *at UTSA L, 1-2 April 20 April 20 *at UTSA W, 9-1 (6) Portland State W, 7-2 April 24 Portland State L, 2-5 April 24 April 26 *at New Mexico State L, 0-8 (6) April 27 *at New Mexico State L, 0-2 April 27 *at New Mexico State L, 7-9 May 1 *at No. 5 Oregon L, 0-4 May 1 *at No. 5 Oregon L, 4-6 May 3 *Louisiana Tech L, 3-4 May 3 *Louisiana Tech L, 3-7 May 4 *Louisiana Tech L, 5-6 ! - Red Desert Classic (St. George, Utah) @ - Louisville Slugger Desert Classic (Las Vegas) # - UCSB Invitational (Santa Barbara, Calif.) $ - UW Spring Classic (Seattle, Wash.) % - CSUN Invitational (Northridge, Calif.) * – WAC game


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SEATTLE U TOP PLAYERS AND ROSTER

BUBBA MORROW

ISABELLA GERONIMO

SARAH PETOSA

C, 5-6, So.

C, 5-6, Jr.

OF, 5-3, Sr.

As a freshman in 2013, named first team All-WAC and recorded a WAC-leading 11-game hitting streak from April 12-27 ... led the team with a .323 average, recording team highs of 27 runs, 52 hits and three triples ... also ranked second on the team with 12 doubles and 26 RBI ... On April 13 vs. Utah State, went 4-for-4 at the plate, recording three runs, one RBI, two doubles and a triple, a home run shy of hitting for the cycle.

Named first team All-WAC honors last season after leading the team in home runs (8) and RBI (29), and ranking second in batting average (.284), runs (21), hits (46) and doubles (11) ... hit a grand slam in game two on Feb. 23, 2013, vs. Northwest University ... as a feshman in 2012, ranked fourth on the team with a .293 batting average ... started all 45 games, recording 18 runs on 39 hits, as well as six doubles, one triple, a team-high six home runs and 31 RBI ... named to the 2012 Pacific Coast Softball Conference All-Mountain Division first team.

Last year as a junior, contributed mostly as a pinch runner due to injury ... led the team with 12 stolen bases ... as a sophomore in 2012, led the team with a .365 batting average and recorded 20 runs on 54 hits, with two doubles, three triples and 16 RBI ... started all 45 games ... was 10-for-10 in stolen base attempts ... named PCSC first team All-Mountain Division ... named to College Sports Madness PCSC second team ... as a freshman in 2011, led the team in runs scored (30) and stolen bases (11) and ranked third with a .286 batting average ... has a .301 career batting average with 33 stolen bases on her career.

CAREER STATISTICS Year G-GS AB R H RBI Avg. 2013 53-53 161 27 52 26 .323 Total 53-53 161 27 52 26 .323

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No. 1 2 5 6 8 9 10 11 12 14 15 17 19 21 24 27 39

CAREER STATISTICS Year G-GS AB R H RBI Avg. 2012 45-45 133 18 39 31 .293 2013 53-53 162 21 46 29 .284 Total 98-98 295 39 85 60 .288

Name Pos. Paige Bouska 2B Jenny Hurst 2B Sarah Petosa OF Alyssa Reuble P/OF Richelle Ashburn P Lindsay Davis P/INF Karina Smyth UT Bubba Morrow C Hayley Beckstrom C/MI Jennifer Sweet UT Lisa Maulden 1B Isabella Geronimo OF Megan Ottino OF Mandie Sugita P Malin Murray 3B/OF Brianna Guerrero 3B Kayla Shuster-Gonzales 1B

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

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

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

CAREER STATISTICS Year G-GS AB R H RBI Avg. 2011 46-45 133 30 38 14 .286 2012 44-44 148 20 54 16 .365 2013 48-28 85 20 18 2 .212 Total 138-117 366 70 110 32 .301

Hometown (Last School) Keizer, Ore. (McNary) Laguna Niguel, Calif. (Dana Hills) Federal Way, Wash. (Todd Beamer) Lynnwood, Wash. (Meadowdale) Post Falls, Idaho (Post Falls) Palo Cedro, Calif. (Foothill) San Luis Obispo, Calif. (San Luis Obispo) Auburn, Wash. (Auburn) Maple Valley, Wash. (Tahoma) Bend, Ore. (Washington State) Maple Valley, Wash. (Tahoma) San Mateo, Calif. (Notre Dame HS) Torrance, Calif. (North) Rossmoor, Calif. (Los Alamitos) Juneau, Alaska (Juneau Douglas) Buena Park, Calif. (John F. Kennedy) Escondido, Calif. (San Pasqual)

Head Coach: Dan Powers Assistant Coach: Sean Praven Volunteer Assistant Coaches: Liza Teichler, Brandi Gordon

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TEAM PROFILE

Key Returnees Isabella Geronimo Brianna Guerrero Bubba Morrow Sarah Petosa

BA .323 .248 .284 .212

Hits 52 37 46 18

RBI 26 27 29 2

Key Pitchers Richelle Ashburn Mandie Sugita

ERA 3.46 3.77

W-L 11-13 6-14

K 89 57

Key Losses Rogin Hardy Brittney Lott Allegra Wilde

BA .250 .272 .269

Hits 28 37 35

RBI 17 19 14

LOGAN FIELD


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SEATTLE U 2013 STATISTICS All Games: 20-33

Home: 8-8

Road: 5-16

Neutral: 7-9

Player AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-SBA PO A E FLD% Geronimo, Isabella .323 53-53 161 27 52 12 3 0 26 70 .435 10 6 26 0 .384 0 1 2-2 64 5 2 .972 Morrow, Bubba .284 53-53 162 21 46 11 1 8 29 83 .512 12 5 38 0 .346 3 0 3-3 184 37 5 .978 Lott, Brittney .272 51-49 136 15 37 13 0 1 19 53 .390 21 1 27 0 .373 0 2 0-0 301 9 4 .987 Wilde, Allegra .269 53-53 130 18 35 7 0 1 14 45 .346 10 2 22 1 .331 0 1 9-10 88 123 11 .950 .250 51-44 112 17 28 10 0 3 17 47 .420 21 7 15 2 .397 1 5 0-1 4 4 2 .800 Hardy, Rogin Guerrero, Brianna .248 53-53 149 18 37 5 2 3 27 55 .369 8 8 29 0 .317 2 4 3-4 78 77 7 .957 Maulden, Lisa .246 48-45 118 16 29 4 0 6 22 51 .432 14 2 26 1 .333 1 0 1-1 80 4 3 .966 Hurst, Jenny .233 52-49 129 17 30 6 1 3 15 47 .364 15 6 28 1 .338 1 5 2-2 119 96 8 .964 Petosa, Sarah .212 48-28 85 20 18 2 0 0 2 20 .235 7 6 14 0 .316 0 5 12-13 28 3 2 .939 .178 30-26 73 9 13 1 1 1 4 19 .260 8 0 22 0 .259 0 3 0-1 39 5 1 .978 Crowley, Erin Cable, Becca .167 28-10 30 13 5 0 0 0 0 5 .167 4 0 13 0 .265 0 3 5-5 10 1 0 1.000 Ulrich, Jessica .159 27-10 44 5 7 3 0 1 6 13 .295 4 0 15 1 .224 1 0 1-2 11 19 2 .938 Beckstrom, Haley .154 24-5 26 0 4 0 0 0 2 4 .154 9 0 14 0 .371 0 1 0-0 6 4 1 .909 Smyth, Karina .000 6-0 5 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 1 0 1 0 .167 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 .000 .000 0 0 1-2 0 1 0 1.000 Sweet, Jennifer .000 20-0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 2 0 Ashcraft, Daniell .000 6-0 2 3 0 0 0 0 2 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0-1 1 0 0 1.000 Totals Opponents

.250 53-53 1364 202 341 74 .304 53-53 1368 227 416 69

8 27 185 512 6 38 209 611

.375 144 .447 148

43 292 21 168

6 .338 9 30 5 .378 9 37

39-47 1022 443 51 .966 28-44 1044 363 66 .955

LOB - Team (349), Opp (335). DPs turned - Team (21), Opp (16). CI - Team (0), Opp (2). IBB - Team (2), Morrow, B 2. Picked off - Wilde, A 1. Player ERA W-L APP GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR AB B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA Ashburn, Richelle 3.46 11-13 33 26 12 4 0 1 143.2 155 87 71 67 89 18 2 16 561 .276 7 7 0 2 14 Sugita, Mandie 3.77 6-14 29 20 11 0 0 2 132.0 160 84 71 50 57 37 3 10 526 .304 6 5 0 5 17 5.61 3-6 21 7 2 1 0 0 62.1 98 56 50 29 22 13 1 12 272 .360 2 9 0 2 5 Ulrich, Jessica Chrisman, Breonna 0.00 0-0 3 0 0 0 0 0 2.2 3 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 9 .333 0 0 2 0 1 Totals Opponents

3.95 20-33 53 53 25 5 0 3 340.2 416 227 192 148 168 69 6 38 1368 .304 15 21 2 9 37 3.34 33-20 53 53 18 13 3 6 348.0 341 202 166 144 292 74 8 27 1364 .250 18 43 4 9 30

PB - Team (8), Morrow, B 8, Opp (9). Pickoffs - Team (2), Morrow, B 2. SBA/ATT - Morrow, B (28-44), Sugita, M (14-22), Ashburn, R (8-12), Ulrich, J (6-9), Chrisman, B (0-1).

WAC Games: 8-13

Home: 4-5

Road: 4-8

Player AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-SBA PO A E FLD% 21-21 66 11 25 8 0 6 16 51 .773 7 3 9 0 .461 0 0 0-0 52 13 2 .970 Morrow, Bubba .379 Geronimo, Isabella .371 21-21 70 14 26 6 1 0 9 34 .486 4 2 7 0 .421 0 1 0-0 32 2 1 .971 Hardy, Rogin .319 20-16 47 5 15 4 0 2 11 25 .532 9 1 6 1 .439 0 4 0-0 2 1 1 .750 .283 20-20 60 4 17 6 0 1 9 26 .433 7 1 7 0 .368 0 1 0-0 131 3 1 .993 Lott, Brittney Hurst, Jenny .222 21-20 45 7 10 1 0 2 4 17 .378 11 2 10 0 .397 0 1 0-0 52 38 4 .957 .212 21-21 52 8 11 1 0 1 4 15 .288 1 1 9 0 .241 0 0 3-4 35 58 3 .969 Wilde, Allegra Crowley, Erin .208 20-17 48 8 10 0 1 1 4 15 .313 7 0 11 0 .309 0 3 0-1 26 5 1 .969 Guerrero, Brianna .186 21-21 59 5 11 0 1 2 10 19 .322 3 4 11 0 .269 1 2 0-0 33 32 2 .970 .160 19-19 50 4 8 2 0 2 7 16 .320 6 1 9 0 .259 1 0 0-0 23 3 1 .963 Maulden, Lisa Cable, Becca .214 11-6 14 7 3 0 0 0 0 3 .214 2 0 7 0 .313 0 3 3-3 4 1 0 1.000 Ulrich, Jessica .071 9-3 14 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 .071 0 0 9 0 .071 0 0 0-1 9 4 1 .929 Beckstrom, Haley .071 12-4 14 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 .071 6 0 8 0 .350 0 1 0-0 3 3 0 1.000 Smyth, Karina .000 1-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 .000 Totals Opponents

.256 21-21 540 80 138 28 3 17 75 223 .302 21-21 536 80 162 26 4 9 75 223

.413 63 15 103 .416 55 2 46

1 .348 2 16 1 .367 4 15

6-10 407 185 19 .969 4-10 418 147 21 .964

LOB - Team (138), Opp (125). DPs turned - Team (12), Opp (6). IBB - Team (2), Morrow, B 2. Picked off - Wilde, A 1. Player ERA W-L APP GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR AB B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA Sugita, Mandie 2.42 4-7 13 10 8 0 0 0 72.1 79 30 25 17 23 18 1 3 281 .281 2 1 0 2 5 Ashburn, Richelle 4.10 4-5 12 10 3 2 0 0 41.0 53 33 24 28 17 6 2 3 163 .325 6 0 0 1 7 Ulrich, Jessica 4.14 0-1 7 1 0 0 0 0 22.0 29 17 13 10 6 2 1 3 91 .319 1 1 0 1 2 Chrisman, Breonna 0.00 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0.1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1.000 0 0 0 0 1 Totals Opponents

3.20 8-13 21 21 11 2 0 0 135.2 162 80 62 55 46 26 4 9 536 .302 9 2 0 4 15 3.57 13-8 21 21 7 3 0 2 139.1 138 80 71 63 103 28 3 17 540 .256 8 15 0 2 16

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UTAH VALLEY WOLVERINES

WOLVERINE BITS

QUICK FACTS

Location:....................................................Orem, Utah Joined WAC:............................................ July 1, 2013 Enrollment:....................................................... 31,556 Founded:................................................................1941 Nickname:................................................. Wolverines Colors:..............................................Green and White President:...............................Dr. Matthew Holland Athletics Director:........................... Vince Otoupal Athletic Department:...................(801) 863-8998 Ticket Office:.....................................(801) 863-7469 Website:................................. WolverineGreen.com SPORTS INFORMATION Director .......................................................Clint Burgi Softball Contact ................................... Kellen Hiser Office Number ................................(801) 863-5451 Hiser’s Cell Number .....................(307) 760-8261 Hiser’s E-Mail ......................kellen.hiser@uvu.edu Fax Number .....................................(801) 863-8813

SOFTBALL FACTS

Head Coach........................................... Nikki Palmer Softball Office................................. (801) 863-8599 Program Record........ 218-285-2 (.434), 10 years 2013 Record............................................35-20 (.636) 2013 PCSC Record....................... 14-10 (.583)/3rd Stadium.................................Wolverine Field (500) Stadium Record.................76-64 (.543), 10 years NCAA Appearances..................................................0 Letterwinners Returning/Lost........................9/7 Starters Returning/Lost.....................................6/3

MEDIA OUTLETS

The Daily Herald (801) 344-2555......... dhsports@heraldextra.com Salt Lake Tribune (801) 257-8753............................sports@sltrib.com Deseret News (801) 237-2161.................... sports@desnews.com UVU Review..........................................Kyle Spencer (719) 761-0892................. kspence04@gmail.com Channel 2.......................................................Dave Fox (801) 839-1234 ............................. dfox@kutv2.com

Dr. Matthew Holland President

n Utah Valley

enters its inaugural WAC season in 2014 after spending the last four seasons as a member of the Pacific Coast Softball Conference.

n In 2013, the Wolverines set a program record for wins after compiling a 35-20 record. It was the

second consecutive winning season for UVU and the first time the program had put together back-to-back winning campaigns in its NCAA Division I history (2004-present).

n Notable

wins from the 2013 season included victories over Oklahoma State (Feb. 9), San Jose State (Feb. 15), Arkansas (March 10) and BYU (April 5-6).

n Seven Wolverines were named to All-PCSC teams last season, with Amanda Robinson the lone

UVU player to appear on the first team. Robinson was the PCSC’s only unanimous first team selection, earning the top spot at first base after batting .354 with 31 RBI and seven home runs.

n With 29 career homers, Robinson needs just three this season to become Utah Valley’s all-time

leader. She could also claim the program’s top spot for hits in a career (201) with 40 this year.

n Back in its days as a junior college, Utah Valley won the 2000 NJCAA National Championship –

still the only national championship ever won by the UVU athletics program.

2013 SCHEDULE Date Opponent !vs. Idaho State Feb. 7 !vs. Nebraska-Omaha Feb. 8 !vs. Weber State Feb. 8 !vs. UT Arlington Feb. 9 Feb. 9 !vs. Nevada #vs. Long Beach State Feb. 14 #vs. Toledo Feb. 15 #at UNLV Feb. 15 #vs. Ohio State Feb. 16 Feb. 16 #vs. Boise State ^vs. UC Santa Barbara Feb. 27 Feb. 27 ^at Long Beach State ^vs. Illinois Feb. 28 ^vs. Oregon State March 1 March 1 ^vs. Michigan at Utah (DH) March 4 %vs. Akron March 8 March 8 %vs. Sacred Heart %vs. Siena March 9 %vs. St. Peter’s March 9 March 11 %vs. Creighton March 11 %vs. Siena March 12 %vs. Indiana State March 12 %vs. St. Peter’s March 13 %vs. Albany March 13 %vs. Howard March 18 Utah State (DH) March 19 at Weber State (DH)

Time 4 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 4 p.m. 11 a.m. 1:30 p.m. 6 p.m. 3:45 p.m. 6 p.m. 9 a.m. 11:15 a.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 9 a.m. 11:30 a.m. 3 p.m. noon 2 p.m. 10 a.m. noon 1 p.m. 3 p.m. 9 a.m. 1 p.m. 9 a.m. 11 a.m. 1 p.m. 2 p.m.

Date Opponent March 25 Idaho State March 28 *at Bakersfield March 29 *at Bakersfield (DH) at Utah State April 1 *at Seattle U (DH) April 4 *at Seattle U April 5 Brigham Young April 8 Santa Clara April 10 *Grand Canyon April 11 April 12 *Grand Canyon (DH) at Idaho State April 15 April 18 *at Kansas City (DH) *at Kansas City April 19 April 23 Southern Utah (DH) April 25 *New Mexico State April 26 *New Mexico State (DH) at Oregon (DH) April 29 at Brigham Young May 6 May 8-10 WAC Tournament (Seattle, Wash.) ! – Red Desert Classic (St. George, Utah) # – Easton Desert Classic (Las Vegas, Nev.) ^ – Mayfair Invitational (Long Beach, Calif.) % – Rebel Spring Games (Kissimmee, Fla.) * – WAC game All times local to site/subject to change

WOLVERINE ADMINISTRATION

Dr. Michael Shively Faculty Representative

Vince Otoupal Athletics Director 40 2014 WAC Softball Media Guide

Megan Kennedy Associate AD/SWA

Kellen Hiser SID

Time 3 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m. 4 p.m. 4 p.m. 2 p.m. 3 p.m. 3 p.m. 2 p.m. noon 4 p.m. 2 p.m. noon 1 p.m. 2 p.m. noon 4 p.m. 6 p.m. TBD


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UTAH VALLEY COACHING STAFF 2013 RESULTS

NIKKI PALMER Alma Mater: UC San Diego, 2007 Overall Record: 0-0/first year School Record: 0-0/first year WAC Record: 0-0/first year Playing Career: UC San Diego, 2004-07 (Catcher)

HEAD COACH FILE n Nikki Palmer was named head coach of Wolverine softball on June 11, 2013, making her the third

head coach in UVU’s Division I history. n During her first summer of recruiting at UVU, Palmer brought 11 newcomers into the Wolverine

fold, nine of whom hail from either California or Utah. n Prior to arriving at Utah Valley, Palmer spent two seasons as an assistant coach at Weber State

and one season in the same position at Utah State. n While at WSU, Palmer – who was directly responsible for offensive development – helped coach

Lyndsey Minnich to a PCSC Player of the Year award in 2012. Minnich batted .453 in league play that season. n That same year, Weber State finished second in the PCSC Mountain Division – one of the best

finishes in program history. n Palmer also spent time on the coaching staffs at San Francisco State (2009-10) and at her alma

mater, UC San Diego (2008). n A native of Temecula, California, Palmer played four seasons for UCSD and spent the bulk of her

playing career as a catcher, starting in 146 of her 158 career games with the Tritons.

ASSISTANT COACHES

Aaron Vail First Year

Ryan Wigley California Baptist ‘05 First Year

Krystin Jachim Utah Valley ‘13 First Year

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Date Opponent Score Feb. 8 !vs. South Dakota W, 4-3 (8) Feb. 8 !vs. Southern Utah W, 3-0 Feb. 9 !vs. Idaho State L, 3-11 !vs. Oklahoma State W, 3-1 Feb. 9 !vs. Nevada W, 11-1 (5) Feb. 10 #vs. No. 7 Oregon L, 1-9 (6) Feb. 15 Feb. 15 #vs. San Jose State W, 4-1 Feb. 16 #vs. No. 9 California L, 4-12 (5) Feb. 16 #at UNLV L, 5-9 (8) Feb. 17 #vs. No. 20 Hawai’i L, 1-3 March 5 Utah L, 2-4 (10) March 8 at Arkansas L, 0-3 March 9 at Arkansas L, 0-5 March 10 at Arkansas W, 3-1 W, 4-3 March 12 %vs. North Dakota W, 8-3 March 12 %vs. Youngstown State W, 12-3 (5) March 13 %vs. St. Peter’s W, 4-2 March 13 %vs. Wagner W, 6-2 March 15 %vs. Green Bay March 15 %vs. Fairleigh Dickinson W, 2-1 (8) W, 5-4 March 16 %vs. Rider L, 0-1 March 16 %vs. Columbia March 20 Marist W, 4-3 L, 1-5 March 23 *at Saint Mary’s March 23 *at Saint Mary’s W, 3-1 L, 0-1 (10) March 24 *at Saint Mary’s March 24 *at Saint Mary’s W, 3-1 W, 4-1 March 26 at Utah W, 10-1 (5) March 29 *Bakersfield W, 7-1 March 29 *Bakersfield W, 3-1 March 30 *Bakersfield L, 0-2 March 30 *Bakersfield April 3 at Weber State W, 8-6 at Weber State W, 8-0 (5) April 3 *Brigham Young L, 1-2 (8) April 5 April 5 *Brigham Young W, 6-4 *Brigham Young W, 3-2 April 6 *Brigham Young L, 2-3 (10) April 6 April 10 Idaho State L, 6-8 April 16 at Utah State W, 3-2 April 20 *at San Diego L, 2-3 *at San Diego W, 1-0 April 20 April 21 *at San Diego L, 1-5 April 21 *at San Diego W, 4-3 *Santa Clara W, 9-1 (5) April 27 *Santa Clara W, 3-1 April 27 April 28 *Santa Clara W, 5-0 April 28 *Santa Clara W, 4-1 Weber State W, 7-1 April 30 April 30 Weber State W, 3-2 (8) May 1 at Idaho State W, 3-0 *at Loyola Marymount L, 1-2 (10) May 4 May 4 *at Loyola Marymount W, 1-0 *at Loyola Marymount L, 3-5 May 5 May 5 *at Loyola Marymount L, 1-2 ! – Red Desert Classic (St. George, Utah) # – Easton Desert Classic (Las Vegas, Nev.) % – Rebel Spring Games (Kissimmee, Fla.) * – PCSC game


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UTAH VALLEY TOP PLAYERS AND ROSTER

AMANDA ROBINSON

DEBRA LOVELL

JOSI SUMMERS

3B, 5-6, Sr.

1B, 5-8, Sr.

RHP, 5-11, Jr.

Started all 55 games for UVU at third base in 2013 ... hit .259 with 22 RBI, seven doubles and four home runs ... slugged .377 with a .320 on-base percentage ... turned in 10 multi-hit outings for the Wolverines last season ... went 2-for-3 with a home run in UVU’s 4-1 victory over eventual WAC champion San Jose State ... in an 8-6 win over Weber State, went 2-for-4 with a three-run bomb ... capped a 2-for-3, three-RBI day with a two-run, walk-off home run to lift UVU to a 6-4 win over crosstown rival BYU ... held an .899 fielding percentage at third base with 41 putouts and 83 assists ... attended Midland College from 2010-12, where she was a two-time NFCA All-Region and all-conference player ... named to the Texas JUCO All-Star Region V-West Team and MVP her sophomore season ... also named the Offensive Player of the Year her freshman season and batted .417 with 15 home runs.

Unanimous first team All-PCSC selection at first base after hitting .354 with 31 RBI, a team-leading seven home runs and 10 doubles ... had 17 multi-hit games and eight multi-RBI outings ... strung together an 11game hit streak from March 12 to March 23 ... twice named PCSC Player of the Week ... as a sophomore in 2012, named GWC Player of the Year and first team All-GWC ... four-time conference player of the week during 2012 ... hit .301 with a school record 13 home runs and 40 RBI ... helped the Wolverines to their first GWC Tournament title ... had 15 multi-hit games and 10 multi-RBI contests ... as a freshman in 2011, named PCSC Mountain Division Freshman of the Year, first team All-PCSC and second team All-GWC ... two-time PCSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll honoree

Earned All-PCSC honorable mention after going 13-7 with a 2.28 ERA and 130 strikeouts in 2013 ... set a UVU single-game record with 13 strikeouts through 8.0 innings against Weber State, breaking her own record of 11 set in 2011 ... set UVU’s single-season record for strikeouts per seven innings (6.59) ... went six innings or more in 12 of her 22 starts ... earned two saves ... named the PCSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll ... redshirted the 2012 season due to an injury ... as a freshman in 2011, named Great West Conference Newcomer of the Year, first team All-GWC and second team All-PCSC ... was a four-time conference Pitcher of the Week ... set school records for strikeouts (142), wins (14), innings pitched (174.1), opponent batting average (.256), games started (28), complete games (20) and appearances (34).

CAREER STATISTICS Year G-GS AB R H RBI Avg. 2013 55-55 162 12 42 22 .259 Total 55-55 162 12 42 22 .259

2014 ROSTER

o. N 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 18 21 22 23 24 25 29

Name Megan Peay Debra Lovell Dara Rahm Hailey Kofler Brianna Gatlin Kelsey Lawton Erin Romero Morgan Summers Josie Flores Brittney Vansway Josi Summers Kendal Powell Kailey Christensen Amanda Robinson Kelli Fox Jamie North Courtney Starks Bailey Moore Megan Ventura Rachael Schoonmaker Dynasty Lauvai

CAREER STATISTICS Year G-GS AB R H RBI Avg. 2011 50-50 145 33 47 32 .324 2012 60-59 176 34 53 40 .301 2013 54-54 175 27 62 31 .354 Total 164-163 496 94 162 103 .327

Pos. OF 3B OF/P UT UT P OF MI/OF OF SS P C P 1B OF C 1B P INF C/OF UT

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

Ht. 5-8 5-6 5-5 5-7 5-8 6-0 5-7 5-8 5-5 5-6 5-11 5-4 6-0 5-8 5-9 5-10 5-10 5-9 5-3 5-3 5-8

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

CAREER STATISTICS IP K BB Year W-L S ERA 2011 14-15 0 3.77 174.1 142 57 2013 13-7 2 2.28 138.0 130 63 Total 27-22 2 3.12 312.1 272 120

TEAM PROFILE

Hometown (Last School) Centerville, Utah (Viewmont) Downey, Calif. (Midland College) Redmond, Ore. (Walla Walla CC) Temecula, Calif. (Temecula Valley) La Quinta, Calif. (La Quinta) Goodyear, Ariz. (Agua Fria) Taylorsville, Utah (Southern Nevada) Tremonton, Utah (Bear River) Modesto, Calif. (Central Catholic) Irvine, Calif. (Irvine) Tremonton, Utah (Bear River) Hemet, Calif. (Hemet) Spanish Fork, Utah (Salt Lake CC) Lakewood, Calif. (Lakewood) Bountiful, Utah (Woods Cross) Placentia, Calif. (Valencia) Syracuse, Utah (Syracuse) Ely, Nev. (White Pine) Provo, Utah (Provo) Cedar Hills, Utah (Pratt CC) Tempe, Ariz. (McClintock)

Head Coach: Nikki Palmer Assistant Coaches: Aaron Vail, Krystin Jachim, Ryan Wigley

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Key Returnees Amanda Robinson Debra Lovell Morgan Summers

BA .354 .259 .286

Hits 62 42 42

RBI 31 22 4

Key Pitchers Josi Summers

ERA 2.28

W-L 13-7

K 130

Key Losses Krystin Jachim Kylee Brinkerhoff

BA .375 .333

Hits 60 60

RBI 33 18

Key Losses Tiffany Mills

ERA 1.67

W-L 17-13

K 154

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UTAH VALLEY 2013 STATISTICS All Games: 35-20

Home: 12-5

Road: 11-10

Neutral: 12-5

Player AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-SBA PO A E FLD% Jachim, Krystin .375 55-53 160 26 60 12 1 3 33 83 .519 20 0 22 0 .444 0 0 0-0 81 63 14 .911 Robinson, Amanda .354 54-54 175 27 62 10 0 7 31 93 .531 19 0 29 1 .415 1 1 3-3 388 9 2 .995 55-55 180 34 60 10 4 2 18 84 .467 8 2 29 0 .368 0 1 13-14 72 5 0 1.000 Brinkerhoff, Kyle .333 Summers, Morgan .286 55-49 147 20 42 0 4 0 4 50 .340 8 2 34 0 .331 0 1 7-11 54 38 5 .948 Fox, Kelli .272 46-27 81 13 22 2 0 0 4 24 .296 2 0 19 0 .289 0 2 5-7 13 3 2 .889 Lovell, Debra .259 55-55 162 12 42 7 0 4 22 61 .377 12 3 32 2 .320 1 3 0-0 41 83 14 .899 Williams, Marie .215 51-45 121 14 26 2 1 0 3 30 .248 4 0 20 0 .240 0 4 4-5 46 2 3 .941 42-41 115 11 24 5 1 3 22 40 .348 7 1 28 2 .256 2 5 0-0 78 69 12 .925 Lauvai, Dynasty .209 Cortinas, Jazmyne .206 48-41 107 13 22 3 0 4 17 37 .346 18 1 25 0 .323 1 6 0-0 152 17 1 .994 North, Jamie .183 48-39 115 8 21 1 0 1 11 25 .217 3 0 20 0 .202 1 4 1-2 162 14 1 .994 Mills, Tiffany .500 2-1 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 .500 0 0 1 0 .500 0 1 0-0 8 109 5 .959 Peay, Megan .237 21-13 38 6 9 2 0 1 7 14 .368 5 1 9 0 .341 0 1 0-0 17 9 0 1.000 .227 36-14 44 12 10 0 0 0 0 10 .227 3 0 11 0 .277 0 0 6-6 2 0 0 1.000 Kosanke, Dara Cisneros, Charlee .061 25-6 33 4 2 0 0 0 1 2 .061 2 1 5 0 .135 1 0 0-0 2 0 0 1.000 Herrera, Cassie .056 15-5 18 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 .056 1 0 9 0 .105 0 0 0-0 13 14 3 .900 Schulz, Maddy .000 14-1 9 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 1 0 2 0 .100 0 0 0-1 0 3 1 .750 Totals Opponents

.268 55-55 1507 205 404 54 11 25 173 555 .221 55-55 1413 152 312 50 8 27 131 459

.368 113 .325 163

11 295 30 305

5 .322 7 29 4 .313 8 32

39-49 1134 458 64 .961 37-49 1117 457 75 .955

LOB - Team (353), Opp (367). DPs turned - Team (21), Opp (14). CI - Team (0), Opp (1). Player Mills, Tiffany Summers, Josi Peay, Megan Herrera, Cassie

ERA W-L APP GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR AB B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA 1.67 17-13 37 29 20 3 0 5 200.2 150 68 48 84 154 17 4 9 736 .204 4 17 3 2 21 2.28 13-7 28 22 9 2 1 2 138.0 117 59 45 63 130 28 4 14 519 .225 7 9 0 5 8 3.69 3-0 11 2 1 0 0 0 24.2 24 15 13 12 20 2 0 3 95 .253 2 4 0 1 2 4.30 2-0 4 2 2 0 1 0 14.2 21 10 9 4 1 3 0 1 63 .333 0 0 0 0 1

Totals Opponents

2.13 35-20 55 55 32 6 1 7 378.0 312 152 115 163 305 50 8 27 1413 .221 13 30 3 8 32 2.67 20-35 55 55 27 5 2 4 372.1 404 205 142 113 295 54 11 25 1507 .268 26 11 1 7 29

PB - Team (9), Cortinas, J. 6, North, J. 3, Opp (10). Pickoffs - Team (1), Cortinas, J. 1, Opp (1).

PCSC Games: 14-10

Home: 9-3

Road: 5-7

Player AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-SBA PO A E FLD% Jachim, Krystin .338 24-24 74 11 25 4 0 2 8 35 .473 9 0 11 0 .410 0 0 0-0 38 31 7 .908 24-24 86 9 29 6 0 3 14 44 .512 3 0 11 0 .360 0 0 1-1 186 5 1 .995 Robinson, Amanda .337 Brinkerhoff, Kyle .333 24-24 78 15 26 4 1 1 3 35 .449 2 0 13 0 .350 0 0 9-9 35 0 0 1.000 Fox, Kelli .310 22-16 42 5 13 0 0 0 2 13 .310 0 0 7 0 .310 0 1 4-5 6 1 0 1.000 Summers, Morgan .237 24-20 59 7 14 0 0 0 1 14 .237 3 0 15 0 .274 0 0 3-5 24 27 3 .944 Lauvai, Dynasty .233 15-14 43 3 10 2 1 0 6 14 .326 3 0 9 0 .283 0 1 0-0 34 27 4 .938 North, Jamie .224 23-19 58 5 13 1 0 1 8 17 .293 1 0 9 0 .237 0 2 0-0 66 3 0 1.000 Lovell, Debra .216 24-24 74 4 16 2 0 1 8 21 .284 4 1 15 2 .266 0 2 0-0 22 35 7 .891 Williams, Marie .191 21-18 47 4 9 0 0 0 0 9 .191 2 0 9 0 .224 0 1 0-0 17 0 0 1.000 21-20 50 7 9 0 0 2 9 15 .300 6 1 17 0 .281 0 4 0-0 61 8 0 1.000 Cortinas, Jazmyne .180 Mills, Tiffany .500 2-1 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 .500 0 0 1 0 .500 0 1 0-0 3 56 3 .952 Kosanke, Dara .333 10-1 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 .333 0 0 1 0 .333 0 0 3-3 0 0 0 .000 Peay, Megan .188 10-5 16 0 3 2 0 0 0 5 .313 1 0 3 0 .235 0 0 0-0 4 1 0 1.000 Cisneros, Charlee .087 15-4 23 3 2 0 0 0 0 2 .087 1 1 2 0 .160 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 .000 Herrera, Cassie .000 5-3 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 1 0 5 0 .125 0 0 0-0 4 3 1 .875 Totals Opponents

.258 24-24 662 74 171 21 2 10 59 226 .188 24-24 605 47 114 21 4 6 40 161

.341 36 3 128 .266 44 15 120

2 .300 0 12 20-23 503 210 27 .964 1 .259 4 14 13-18 500 207 27 .963

LOB - Team (142), Opp (135). DPs turned - Team (7), Opp (6). Player Mills, Tiffany Summers, Josi Peay, Megan

ERA W-L APP GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR AB B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA 1.05 7-8 17 13 10 1 0 2 93.1 63 25 14 29 64 7 1 3 334 .189 1 9 2 1 11 1.48 7-2 12 11 6 2 0 1 71.0 50 21 15 15 54 14 3 3 261 .192 4 4 0 2 3 2.10 0-0 3 0 0 0 0 0 3.1 1 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 10 .100 0 2 0 1 0

Totals Opponents

1.25 14-10 24 24 16 3 0 3 167.2 114 47 30 44 120 21 4 6 605 .188 5 15 2 4 14 2.02 10-14 24 24 14 2 0 2 166.2 171 74 48 36 128 21 2 10 662 .258 14 3 1 0 12

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2013 TEAM STATISTICS TEAM - ALL GAMES Batting Avg. G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT Louisiana Tech .289 53 1340 237 387 62 5 29 205 546 .407 165 27 192 13 .375 12 23 92-115 New Mexico State .288 57 1516 264 437 69 5 54 239 678 .447 176 26 209 4 .369 13 33 49-64 San Jose State .277 59 1571 263 435 71 14 30 230 624 .397 197 28 209 14 .366 8 4 61-75 UTSA .272 53 1368 195 372 52 9 23 170 511 .374 143 28 167 7 .352 3 41 35-47 Seattle U .250 53 1364 202 341 74 8 27 185 512 .375 144 43 292 6 .338 9 30 39-47 Texas State .246 56 1486 187 366 54 6 17 149 483 .325 186 18 239 5 .335 9 57 60-69 Utah State .237 54 1365 127 324 35 8 8 107 399 .292 114 20 213 6 .304 10 34 23-35 UT Arlington .226 53 1391 133 314 47 6 12 122 409 .294 102 19 243 1 .287 6 55 21-36 Totals .261 438 11401 1608 2976 464 61 200 1407 4162 .365 1227 209 1764 56 .342 70 277 380-488 Pitching ERA W-L G CG SHO CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR AB B/Avg. WP HBP BK UT Arlington 2.00 25-28 53 38 10 1 4 374.0 345 155 107 112 253 62 7 28 1429 .241 12 20 1 San Jose State 2.56 42-17 59 34 14 3 7 400.0 352 172 146 118 307 58 4 41 1515 .232 12 21 2 New Mexico State 2.57 37-20 57 23 12 3 4 392.1 414 183 144 79 194 52 4 31 1552 .267 11 17 0 UTSA 2.76 27-26 53 28 5 0 5 347.2 339 179 137 142 214 49 2 34 1341 .253 33 26 1 Texas State 3.57 18-38 56 13 5 1 5 386.1 434 264 197 177 174 51 5 51 1510 .287 14 40 13 Louisiana Tech 3.66 27-26 53 12 8 3 5 340.0 363 231 178 190 168 64 8 28 1337 .272 26 21 2 Seattle U 3.95 20-33 53 25 5 0 3 340.2 416 227 192 148 168 69 6 38 1368 .304 15 21 2 Utah State 4.71 11-43 54 10 1 0 2 348.0 395 277 234 207 276 80 19 30 1385 .285 15 57 1 Totals 3.19 207-231 438 183 60 11 35 2929.0 3058 1688 1335 1173 1754 485 55 281 11437 .267 138 223 22 Fielding UTSA Seattle U San Jose State Texas State New Mexico State Utah State Louisiana Tech UT Arlington Totals

C PO A E FLD% DPs SBA CSB SBA% PB CI 1437 1043 351 43 .970 12 43 12 .782 3 0 1516 1022 443 51 .966 21 28 16 .636 8 0 1639 1200 383 56 .966 16 22 20 .524 2 0 1655 1159 437 59 .964 20 38 19 .667 12 1 1765 1177 523 65 .963 27 31 12 .721 6 1 1537 1044 433 60 .961 16 72 24 .750 9 1 1573 1020 483 70 .956 21 27 6 .818 16 0 1647 1122 448 77 .953 9 67 14 .827 7 0 12769 8787 3501 481 .962 142 328 123 .727 63 3

TEAM - WAC GAMES Batting New Mexico State San Jose State Louisiana Tech Texas State Utah State Seattle U UTSA UT Arlington Totals

Avg. G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT .304 21 586 112 178 27 2 25 106 284 .485 61 10 68 2 .377 4 15 17-23 .278 21 576 95 160 26 10 10 85 236 .410 69 11 55 4 .363 5 3 26-32 .272 21 541 88 147 25 0 16 75 220 .407 70 12 93 3 .365 4 8 15-30 .268 21 557 83 149 26 4 3 66 192 .345 72 7 67 1 .357 2 24 28-33 .265 21 540 46 143 11 3 0 40 160 .296 35 3 56 1 .311 4 17 7-12 .256 21 540 80 138 28 3 17 75 223 .413 63 15 103 1 .348 2 16 6-10 .253 21 550 52 139 15 3 5 47 175 .318 47 8 78 2 .320 2 21 8-12 .228 21 587 43 134 17 2 5 39 170 .290 39 7 88 1 .283 2 19 8-14 .265 168 4477 599 1188 175 27 81 533 1660 .371 456 73 608 15 .341 25 123 115-166

Pitching San Jose State New Mexico State Texas State UT Arlington UTSA Seattle U Utah State Louisiana Tech Totals

ERA W-L G CG SHO CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR AB B/Avg. WP HBP BK 1.97 17-4 21 12 6 3 3 149.1 128 51 42 34 106 19 2 7 565 .227 8 8 1 2.08 16-5 21 12 5 0 1 151.1 152 60 45 24 57 14 3 9 574 .265 6 8 0 2.31 10-11 21 5 3 1 4 145.2 148 66 48 70 64 11 1 10 560 .264 4 10 0 2.41 8-13 21 17 5 0 1 153.2 142 73 53 56 100 32 3 13 588 .241 6 8 1 2.91 9-12 21 12 1 0 2 139.2 136 67 58 50 81 15 2 12 540 .252 8 7 0 3.20 8-13 21 11 2 0 0 135.2 162 80 62 55 46 26 4 9 536 .302 9 2 0 4.25 5-16 21 6 1 0 1 140.0 149 98 85 75 104 34 7 10 549 .271 6 23 0 4.30 11-10 21 5 1 0 1 140.0 171 104 86 92 50 24 5 11 565 .303 14 7 0 2.90 84-84 168 80 24 4 13 1155.1 1188 599 479 456 608 175 27 81 4477 .265 61 73 2

Fielding Utah State New Mexico State UTSA Seattle U San Jose State Louisiana Tech Texas State UT Arlington Totals

C PO A E FLD% DPs SBA CSB SBA% PB CI 610 420 174 16 .974 6 31 9 .775 5 0 681 454 209 18 .974 11 7 5 .583 2 1 573 419 138 16 .972 3 11 7 .611 1 0 611 407 185 19 .969 12 4 6 .400 3 0 614 448 146 20 .967 7 10 7 .588 0 0 652 420 208 24 .963 9 17 3 .850 10 0 620 437 159 24 .961 7 7 6 .538 2 0 670 461 177 32 .952 3 28 8 .778 1 0 5031 3466 1396 169 .966 58 115 51 .693 24 1 44 2014 WAC Softball Media Guide


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2013 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS - ALL GAMES BATTING LEADERS

Player, Team Avg. GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT Thomsen, Christine, USU .425 38-38 113 12 48 7 0 1 8 58 .513 14 0 6 1 .488 0 0 0-1 Olive, Amber, NMSU .393 57-57 201 41 79 4 5 2 20 99 .493 11 2 12 0 .428 1 2 16-23 Cox, Michelle, SJSU .363 58-57 182 39 66 8 3 1 22 83 .456 19 4 19 1 .432 1 2 20-23 Blake, Darian, UTSA .360 47-47 150 24 54 6 3 0 8 66 .440 11 1 22 0 .407 0 8 7-7 Rodriguez, Staci, NMSU .357 57-57 168 36 60 11 0 20 63 131 .780 24 2 25 0 .437 3 2 6-7 Collins, Markesha, SJSU .351 57-57 168 43 59 12 3 10 37 107 .637 35 5 24 1 .476 0 1 8-12 Kipp, Erin, LATECH .349 51-48 146 27 51 14 2 4 22 81 .555 15 4 13 1 .422 1 2 11-15 Goff, Melanie, LATECH .345 39-39 116 15 40 8 0 0 32 48 .414 13 2 17 1 .414 2 0 3-5 Miles, Kristen, LATECH .331 53-53 157 37 52 3 0 0 3 55 .350 10 0 15 1 .369 1 7 16-19 Villanueva, Nina, UTA .328 43-43 125 11 41 8 0 1 16 52 .416 12 3 9 1 .400 0 2 1-3 Low, Megan, UTSA .326 53-53 141 17 46 13 0 5 32 74 .525 27 12 13 1 .467 2 3 0-1 Geronimo, Isabella, SU .323 53-53 161 27 52 12 3 0 26 70 .435 10 6 26 0 .384 0 1 2-2 Cross, Anna, LATECH .323 52-52 124 30 40 9 0 6 29 67 .540 15 0 30 3 .393 1 1 20-22 Dodd, Kelsey, NMSU .318 57-54 151 21 48 14 0 8 35 86 .570 30 3 13 1 .431 4 0 0-0 Krueger, Amanda, LATECH .318 53-53 148 38 47 9 1 6 25 76 .514 37 7 19 0 .474 0 2 15-19

PITCHING LEADERS

Player, Team Lyles, Teri, UTA Pridmore, Amanda, SJSU Newman, Alex, NMSU Staton, Haylee, UTSA Collins, Callie, UTA Lang, Allison, SJSU Goff, Melanie, LATECH Vordenbaum, Alyssa, UTSA Cross, Anna, LATECH House, Rayn, TXST McAdams, Makayla, NMSU Ashburn, Richelle, SU Walker, Celisha, NMSU Jones, Michelle, LATECH Sugita, Mandie, SU

BATTING AVERAGE

Player, Team Thomsen, Christine, USU Olive, Amber, NMSU Cox, Michelle, SJSU Blake, Darian, UTSA Rodriguez, Staci, NMSU Collins, Markesha, SJSU Kipp, Erin, LATECH Goff, Melanie, LATECH Miles, Kristen, LATECH Villanueva, Nina, UTA

ERA 1.59 1.69 1.88 2.30 2.65 2.94 2.96 2.99 3.06 3.09 3.16 3.46 3.51 3.54 3.77

Avg. .425 .393 .363 .360 .357 .351 .349 .345 .331 .328

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE

Player, Team Rodriguez, Staci, NMSU Collins, Markesha, SJSU Dodd, Kelsey, NMSU Kipp, Erin, LATECH Cross, Anna, LATECH Low, Megan, UTSA Krueger, Amanda, LATECH Thomsen, Christine, USU Morrow, Bubba, SU Olive, Amber, NMSU

ON-BASE PERCENTAGE

Player, Team Thomsen, Christine, USU Collins, Markesha, SJSU Krueger, Amanda, LATECH Low, Megan, UTSA Lemons, Haley, TXST Rodriguez, Staci, NMSU

Pct. .780 .637 .570 .555 .540 .525 .514 .513 .512 .493

Pct. .488 .476 .474 .467 .441 .437

W-L 21-13 29-11 24-13 15-11 4-15 6-3 4-5 9-11 6-8 8-17 4-3 11-13 4-2 13-9 6-14

App 38 50 46 40 29 18 24 25 26 42 24 33 29 38 29

Cox, Michelle, SJSU Dodd, Kelsey, NMSU Olive, Amber, NMSU Kipp, Erin, LATECH

RUNS SCORED

Player, Team Collins, Markesha, SJSU Olive, Amber, NMSU Cox, Michelle, SJSU Krueger, Amanda, LATECH Miles, Kristen, LATECH Rodriguez, Staci, NMSU Baker, Kelli, TXST Garcia, BranDee, SJSU Cross, Anna, LATECH Caldwell, Devin, SJSU

HITS

Player, Team Olive, Amber, NMSU Cox, Michelle, SJSU Rodriguez, Staci, NMSU Collins, Markesha, SJSU Blake, Darian, UTSA Baker, Kelli, TXST Geronimo, Isabella, SU Miles, Kristen, LATECH Lemons, Haley, TXST Kipp, Erin, LATECH

RUNS BATTED IN

Player, Team Rodriguez, Staci, NMSU

SV 1 7 2 3 3 0 4 2 0 3 0 1 2 0 2

.432 .431 .428 .422

No. 43 41 39 38 37 36 34 31 30 30

No. 79 66 60 59 54 53 52 52 51 51

No. 63

IP 228.1 261.2 205.1 191.2 145.1 66.2 54.1 114.2 96.0 167.2 64.1 143.2 83.2 140.1 132.0

H 190 185 206 172 155 73 61 118 97 171 79 155 88 131 160

Harris, Courtney, TXST Collins, Markesha, SJSU Dodd, Kelsey, NMSU Goff, Melanie, LATECH Low, Megan, UTSA Freitas, Cheryl, SJSU Morrow, Bubba, SU Cross, Anna, LATECH Garcia, Jessica, SJSU

DOUBLES

Player, Team Kipp, Erin, LATECH Dodd, Kelsey, NMSU Low, Megan, UTSA Lott, Brittney, SU Conrad, Teresa, NMSU Harris, Courtney, TXST Geronimo, Isabella, SU Collins, Markesha, SJSU Rodriguez, Staci, NMSU Morrow, Bubba, SU

TRIPLES

Player, Team Olive, Amber, NMSU Froton, Hailey, USU Blake, Darian, UTSA Buchman, Courtney, UTSA Cox, Michelle, SJSU Collins, Markesha, SJSU Lyles, Teri, UTA Geronimo, Isabella, SU 5 tied at

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R 73 72 76 81 82 35 36 62 50 95 32 87 51 90

ER 52 63 55 63 55 28 23 49 42 74 29 71 42 71

38 37 35 32 32 30 29 29 29

No. 14 14 13 13 12 12 12 12 11 11

No. 5 5 3 3 3 3 3 3 2

BB 61 56 27 71 51 24 22 37 70 60 24 67 17 84

SO 134 254 87 133 119 26 24 66 27 86 23 89 37 93

HOME RUNS

Player, Team Rodriguez, Staci, NMSU Collins, Markesha, SJSU Dodd, Kelsey, NMSU Morrow, Bubba, SU Cross, Anna, LATECH Hale, Dacia, LATECH Sproul, Siera, UTSA Krueger, Amanda, LATECH Maulden, Lisa, SU Michele, Meagan, UTA

TOTAL BASES

Player, Team Rodriguez, Staci, NMSU Collins, Markesha, SJSU Olive, Amber, NMSU Dodd, Kelsey, NMSU Morrow, Bubba, SU Cox, Michelle, SJSU Kipp, Erin, LATECH Krueger, Amanda, LATECH Low, Megan, UTSA Michele, Meagan, UTA

No. 20 10 8 8 6 6 6 6 6 6

No. 131 107 99 86 83 83 81 76 74 72


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2013 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS - ALL GAMES WALKS

Player, Team Krueger, Amanda, LATECH Collins, Markesha, SJSU Lemons, Haley, TXST Dodd, Kelsey, NMSU Low, Megan, UTSA Buchman, Courtney, UTSA House, Vanessa, SJSU Rodriguez, Staci, NMSU Baker, Kelli, TXST

No. 37 35 32 30 27 25 25 24 23

TOTAL PLATE APPEARANCES

Player, Team Baker, Kelli, TXST Olive, Amber, NMSU Collins, Markesha, SJSU Lemons, Haley, TXST Cox, Michelle, SJSU Barilli, Britnea, UTA Rodriguez, Staci, NMSU Krueger, Amanda, LATECH House, Vanessa, SJSU Dodd, Kelsey, NMSU

STOLEN BASES

Player, Team Cross, Anna, LATECH Baker, Kelli, TXST Cox, Michelle, SJSU House, Vanessa, SJSU Miles, Kristen, LATECH Olive, Amber, NMSU Krueger, Amanda, LATECH Petosa, Sarah, SU Ramirez, Coralee, TXST Kipp, Erin, LATECH

HITS PER GAME

Player, Team Olive, Amber, NMSU Thomsen, Christine, USU Blake, Darian, UTSA Cox, Michelle, SJSU Rodriguez, Staci, NMSU Collins, Markesha, SJSU Goff, Melanie, LATECH Kipp, Erin, LATECH Geronimo, Isabella, SU Miles, Kristen, LATECH

No. 217 217 210 210 208 199 199 194 193 188 No. 20 20 20 16 16 16 15 12 12 11

Avg. 1.39 1.26 1.15 1.14 1.05 1.04 1.03 1.00 .98 .98

RUNS SCORED PER GAME

Player, Team Collins, Markesha, SJSU Olive, Amber, NMSU Krueger, Amanda, LATECH Miles, Kristen, LATECH Cox, Michelle, SJSU Rodriguez, Staci, NMSU Baker, Kelli, TXST Garcia, BranDee, SJSU Cross, Anna, LATECH Covarrubia, Kristi, NMSU

DOUBLES PER GAME

Player, Team Kipp, Erin, LATECH Lott, Brittney, SU Dodd, Kelsey, NMSU Low, Megan, UTSA Harris, Courtney, TXST Geronimo, Isabella, SU Conrad, Teresa, NMSU

Avg. .75 .72 .72 .70 .67 .63 .61 .58 .58 .55 Avg. .27 .25 .25 .25 .24 .23 .22

Collins, Markesha, SJSU Morrow, Bubba, SU Goff, Melanie, LATECH

.21 .21 .21

TRIPLES PER GAME

Player, Team Froton, Hailey, USU Olive, Amber, NMSU Blake, Darian, UTSA Lyles, Teri, UTA Geronimo, Isabella, SU Buchman, Courtney, UTSA Collins, Markesha, SJSU Cox, Michelle, SJSU Kipp, Erin, LATECH Freitas, Cheryl, SJSU

Avg. .11 .09 .06 .06 .06 .06 .05 .05 .04 .04

HOME RUNS PER GAME

Player, Team Rodriguez, Staci, NMSU Collins, Markesha, SJSU Morrow, Bubba, SU Dodd, Kelsey, NMSU Sproul, Siera, UTSA Maulden, Lisa, SU Cross, Anna, LATECH Michele, Meagan, UTA Krueger, Amanda, LATECH Hale, Dacia, LATECH

RBI PER GAME

Player, Team Rodriguez, Staci, NMSU Goff, Melanie, LATECH Harris, Courtney, TXST Collins, Markesha, SJSU Dodd, Kelsey, NMSU Low, Megan, UTSA Freitas, Cheryl, SJSU Hufstetler, Jessie, SJSU Cross, Anna, LATECH Morrow, Bubba, SU

Avg. .35 .18 .15 .14 .13 .13 .12 .11 .11 .11 Avg. 1.11 .82 .75 .65 .61 .60 .59 .56 .56 .55

EARNED RUN AVERAGE

Player, Team Lyles, Teri, UTA Pridmore, Amanda, SJSU Newman, Alex, NMSU Staton, Haylee, UTSA Collins, Callie, UTA Lang, Allison, SJSU Goff, Melanie, LATECH Vordenbaum, Alyssa, UTSA Cross, Anna, LATECH House, Rayn, TXST

Avg. 1.59 1.69 1.88 2.30 2.65 2.94 2.96 2.99 3.06 3.09

House, Rayn, TXST Wright, Ashley, TXST Harmon, Mandy, USU Collins, Callie, UTA Ashburn, Richelle, SU Jones, Michelle, LATECH

STRIKEOUTS

Player, Team Pridmore, Amanda, SJSU Lyles, Teri, UTA Staton, Haylee, UTSA Johnson, Noelle, USU Collins, Callie, UTA Harmon, Mandy, USU Jones, Michelle, LATECH Ashburn, Richelle, SU Newman, Alex, NMSU House, Rayn, TXST

WINS

Player, Team Pridmore, Amanda, SJSU Newman, Alex, NMSU Lyles, Teri, UTA Staton, Haylee, UTSA Jones, Michelle, LATECH Ashburn, Richelle, SU Vordenbaum, Alyssa, UTSA Wright, Ashley, TXST House, Rayn, TXST

SAVES

Player, Team Pridmore, Amanda, SJSU Goff, Melanie, LATECH Staton, Haylee, UTSA House, Rayn, TXST Collins, Callie, UTA Newman, Alex, NMSU Sugita, Mandie, SU Vordenbaum, Alyssa, UTSA Saucedo, Delia, TXST Walker, Celisha, NMSU

APPEARANCES

OPPOSING BATTING AVERAGE

Player, Team Pridmore, Amanda, SJSU Newman, Alex, NMSU House, Rayn, TXST Staton, Haylee, UTSA Lyles, Teri, UTA Tyteca, Shelbi, USU Jones, Michelle, LATECH Wright, Ashley, TXST Harmon, Mandy, USU Ashburn, Richelle, SU

INNINGS PITCHED

Player, Team Pridmore, Amanda, SJSU Johnson, Noelle, USU Collins, Callie, UTA Harmon, Mandy, USU Staton, Haylee, UTSA Jones, Michelle, LATECH Ashburn, Richelle, SU Lyles, Teri, UTA Vordenbaum, Alyssa, UTSA Tyteca, Shelbi, USU

Player, Team Pridmore, Amanda, SJSU Lyles, Teri, UTA Staton, Haylee, UTSA Jones, Michelle, LATECH Harmon, Mandy, USU Newman, Alex, NMSU Vordenbaum, Alyssa, UTSA Cross, Anna, LATECH House, Rayn, TXST Collins, Callie, UTA Player, Team Pridmore, Amanda, SJSU Lyles, Teri, UTA Newman, Alex, NMSU Staton, Haylee, UTSA

Avg. .194 .223 .238 .241 .255 .258 .260 .263 .266 .270

No. 261.2 228.1 205.1 191.2

167.2 155.2 150.0 145.1 143.2 140.1

STRIKEOUTS PER GAME

No. 254 134 133 127 119 113 93 89 87 86 No. 29 24 21 15 13 11 9 9 8 No. 7 4 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 No. 50 46 42 40 38 38 38 36 36 33 Avg. 6.79 6.67 5.73 5.27 4.86 4.64 4.34 4.11 4.03 3.90

WALKS ALLOWED PER GAME

Player, Team Newman, Alex, NMSU Walker, Celisha, NMSU

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Avg. .92 1.42

Pridmore, Amanda, SJSU Lyles, Teri, UTA Vordenbaum, Alyssa, UTSA Collins, Callie, UTA House, Rayn, TXST Lang, Allison, SJSU Staton, Haylee, UTSA McAdams, Makayla, NMSU

1.50 1.87 2.26 2.46 2.50 2.52 2.59 2.61

HITS ALLOWED PER GAME

Player, Team Pridmore, Amanda, SJSU Lyles, Teri, UTA Staton, Haylee, UTSA Jones, Michelle, LATECH Harmon, Mandy, USU Newman, Alex, NMSU Cross, Anna, LATECH House, Rayn, TXST Vordenbaum, Alyssa, UTSA Walker, Celisha, NMSU

Avg. 4.95 5.82 6.28 6.53 6.86 7.02 7.07 7.14 7.20 7.36

FIELDING PERCENTAGE

Player, Team Rodriguez, Staci, NMSU Cox, Michelle, SJSU Miles, Kristen, LATECH Newman, Alex, NMSU Barilli, Britnea, UTA Padilla, Malena, NMSU Pontecorvo, Briana, SJSU Estrada, Sharon-Re, SJSU Wright, Ashley, TXST Lang, Allison, SJSU

PUTOUTS

Player, Team Stokes, Rebecca, UTA Dodd, Kelsey, NMSU Lemons, Haley, TXST Knowles, Meghan, LATECH Lott, Brittney, SU Garcia, Jessica, SJSU Hufstetler, Jessie, SJSU Low, Megan, UTSA Forshaw, Rachel, UTA Thomsen, Christine, USU

ASSISTS

Player, Team Adams, Emma, NMSU Wilde, Allegra, SU Jones, Michelle, LATECH Kaaihue, Tehani, NMSU Krueger, Amanda, LATECH Arata, Nicole, USU Michele, Meagan, UTA Conrad, Teresa, NMSU Masek, Jordan, TXST Hurst, Jenny, SU

Pct. 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 No. 404 385 352 331 301 294 257 242 230 227 No. 129 123 113 113 105 100 99 96 96 96

FIELDING DOUBLE PLAYS

Player, Team Dodd, Kelsey, NMSU Lott, Brittney, SU Knowles, Meghan, LATECH Lemons, Haley, TXST Conrad, Teresa, NMSU Hurst, Jenny, SU Wilde, Allegra, SU Caldwell, Devin, SJSU Masek, Jordan, TXST Adams, Emma, NMSU

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2013 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS - WAC GAMES BATTING LEADERS

Player, Team Avg. GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT Cox, Michelle, SJSU .485 21-20 66 14 32 4 2 1 15 43 .652 8 2 3 0 .545 1 2 9-10 Olive, Amber, NMSU .462 21-21 78 16 36 1 2 1 7 44 .564 6 2 3 0 .512 0 0 6-9 Villanueva, Nina, UTA .438 21-21 64 6 28 6 0 0 7 34 .531 8 1 1 1 .507 0 0 1-2 Rodriguez, Staci, NMSU .403 21-21 62 16 25 4 0 9 26 56 .903 12 1 7 0 .507 0 1 3-3 Blake, Darian, UTSA .403 21-21 72 12 29 4 2 0 3 37 .514 6 0 10 0 .449 0 1 3-3 Thomsen, Christine, USU .387 20-20 62 6 24 2 0 0 1 26 .419 5 0 2 0 .433 0 0 0-1 Morrow, Bubba, SU .379 21-21 66 11 25 8 0 6 16 51 .773 7 3 9 0 .461 0 0 0-0 Geronimo, Isabella, SU .371 21-21 70 14 26 6 1 0 9 34 .486 4 2 7 0 .421 0 1 0-0 Cross, Anna, LATECH .367 20-20 49 13 18 5 0 3 10 32 .653 5 0 13 1 .426 0 0 4-6 Krueger, Amanda, LATECH .361 21-21 61 14 22 5 0 3 10 36 .590 16 1 10 0 .500 0 1 4-7 Baker, Brooke, TXST .351 21-20 57 10 20 2 1 0 6 24 .421 2 0 5 0 .373 0 2 1-1 Covarrubia, Kristi, NMSU .348 20-20 66 15 23 0 0 0 4 23 .348 7 0 8 0 .411 0 4 1-1 Koons, Jolene, USU .328 21-21 64 8 21 0 1 0 3 23 .359 7 0 2 0 .394 0 0 3-3 Kipp, Erin, LATECH .328 20-20 58 13 19 5 0 3 7 33 .569 8 0 11 1 .409 0 0 1-4 Lemons, Haley, TXST .327 21-21 55 11 18 1 1 0 4 21 .382 17 3 3 0 .507 0 3 3-5

PITCHING LEADERS

Player, Team Newman, Alex, NMSU Pridmore, Amanda, SJSU House, Rayn, TXST Lyles, Teri, UTA McAdams, Makayla, NMSU Wright, Ashley, TXST Sugita, Mandie, SU Staton, Haylee, UTSA Harmon, Mandy, USU Goff, Melanie, LATECH Lang, Allison, SJSU Collins, Callie, UTA Vordenbaum, Alyssa, UTSA Cross, Anna, LATECH Walker, Celisha, NMSU

BATTING AVERAGE

Player, Team Cox, Michelle, SJSU Olive, Amber, NMSU Villanueva, Nina, UTA Rodriguez, Staci, NMSU Blake, Darian, UTSA Thomsen, Christine, USU Morrow, Bubba, SU Geronimo, Isabella, SU Cross, Anna, LATECH Krueger, Amanda, LATECH

ERA W-L App SV IP H R ER 1.25 11-5 18 0 89.1 77 25 16 1.25 13-2 19 3 106.0 79 23 19 1.66 4-5 17 3 67.1 57 19 16 1.81 5-6 14 1 93.0 78 32 24 2.24 2-0 7 0 25.0 29 8 8 2.28 5-4 11 0 55.1 51 29 18 2.42 4-7 13 0 72.1 79 30 25 2.43 6-5 15 1 77.2 70 34 27 2.56 3-7 11 0 57.1 37 26 21 2.62 3-4 11 1 32.0 36 20 12 2.78 2-1 6 0 22.2 24 9 9 3.35 3-7 11 0 60.2 64 41 29 3.36 2-6 10 1 50.0 53 25 24 3.54 4-5 13 0 59.1 68 37 30 3.97 3-0 10 1 37.0 46 27 21

Avg. .485 .462 .438 .403 .403 .387 .379 .371 .367 .361

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE

Player, Team Rodriguez, Staci, NMSU Morrow, Bubba, SU Cross, Anna, LATECH Cox, Michelle, SJSU Krueger, Amanda, LATECH Collins, Markesha, SJSU Kipp, Erin, LATECH Adams, Emma, NMSU Olive, Amber, NMSU Hardy, Rogin, SU

ON-BASE PERCENTAGE

Player, Team Cox, Michelle, SJSU Olive, Amber, NMSU Villanueva, Nina, UTA Rodriguez, Staci, NMSU Lemons, Haley, TXST

Pct. .903 .773 .653 .652 .590 .587 .569 .566 .564 .532

Pct. .545 .512 .507 .507 .507

Krueger, Amanda, LATECH Morrow, Bubba, SU Blake, Darian, UTSA Hardy, Rogin, SU Thomsen, Christine, USU

RUNS SCORED

Player, Team Collins, Markesha, SJSU Olive, Amber, NMSU Rodriguez, Staci, NMSU Adams, Emma, NMSU Covarrubia, Kristi, NMSU Baker, Kelli, TXST Geronimo, Isabella, SU Krueger, Amanda, LATECH Garcia, BranDee, SJSU Cox, Michelle, SJSU

HITS

Player, Team Olive, Amber, NMSU Cox, Michelle, SJSU Blake, Darian, UTSA Villanueva, Nina, UTA Geronimo, Isabella, SU Morrow, Bubba, SU Rodriguez, Staci, NMSU Thomsen, Christine, USU Caldwell, Devin, SJSU Covarrubia, Kristi, NMSU

.500 .461 .449 .439 .433

No. 21 16 16 15 15 15 14 14 14 14

No. 36 32 29 28 26 25 25 24 23 23

RUNS BATTED IN

Player, Team Rodriguez, Staci, NMSU Conrad, Teresa, NMSU Harris, Courtney, TXST Dodd, Kelsey, NMSU Morrow, Bubba, SU Cox, Michelle, SJSU Freitas, Cheryl, SJSU Goff, Melanie, LATECH

DOUBLES

Player, Team Morrow, Bubba, SU Dodd, Kelsey, NMSU Harris, Courtney, TXST Lott, Brittney, SU Villanueva, Nina, UTA Geronimo, Isabella, SU Kipp, Erin, LATECH Cross, Anna, LATECH Collins, Markesha, SJSU Krueger, Amanda, LATECH

TRIPLES

Player, Team Collins, Markesha, SJSU Olive, Amber, NMSU Caldwell, Devin, SJSU Cox, Michelle, SJSU Blake, Darian, UTSA Froton, Hailey, USU

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No. 8 7 7 6 6 6 5 5 5 5

No. 3 2 2 2 2 2

BB SO 11 34 16 88 25 33 27 53 6 11 35 24 17 23 27 48 44 44 16 15 8 8 29 47 14 26 44 12 7 12

HOME RUNS

Player, Team Rodriguez, Staci, NMSU Morrow, Bubba, SU Conrad, Teresa, NMSU Hale, Dacia, LATECH

TOTAL BASES

Player, Team Rodriguez, Staci, NMSU Morrow, Bubba, SU Olive, Amber, NMSU Cox, Michelle, SJSU Collins, Markesha, SJSU Blake, Darian, UTSA Krueger, Amanda, LATECH Geronimo, Isabella, SU Villanueva, Nina, UTA Kipp, Erin, LATECH

WALKS

Player, Team Lemons, Haley, TXST Krueger, Amanda, LATECH Collins, Markesha, SJSU Rodriguez, Staci, NMSU Baker, Kelli, TXST Buchman, Courtney, UTSA Dodd, Kelsey, NMSU

No. 9 6 4 4

No. 56 51 44 43 37 37 36 34 34 33

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2013 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS - WAC GAMES TOTAL PLATE APPEARANCES

Player, Team Olive, Amber, NMSU Collins, Markesha, SJSU Barilli, Britnea, UTA Baker, Kelli, TXST Krueger, Amanda, LATECH Cox, Michelle, SJSU Blake, Darian, UTSA Lemons, Haley, TXST

STOLEN BASES

Player, Team Stolen bases Cox, Michelle, SJSU Baker, Kelli, TXST House, Vanessa, SJSU Ramirez, Coralee, TXST Olive, Amber, NMSU Garcia, BranDee, SJSU Masek, Jordan, TXST Dohrwardt, Chelsea, NMSU Cross, Anna, LATECH Krueger, Amanda, LATECH

HITS PER GAME

Player, Team Olive, Amber, NMSU Cox, Michelle, SJSU Blake, Darian, UTSA Villanueva, Nina, UTA Geronimo, Isabella, SU Thomsen, Christine, USU Morrow, Bubba, SU Rodriguez, Staci, NMSU Covarrubia, Kristi, NMSU Caldwell, Devin, SJSU

No. 86 82 81 80 79 79 79 78

No. 9 9 7 6 6 5 5 4 4 4

Avg. 1.71 1.52 1.38 1.33 1.24 1.20 1.19 1.19 1.15 1.10

RUNS SCORED PER GAME

Player, Team Runs scored per game Collins, Markesha, SJSU Olive, Amber, NMSU Rodriguez, Staci, NMSU Covarrubia, Kristi, NMSU Adams, Emma, NMSU Baker, Kelli, TXST Geronimo, Isabella, SU Cox, Michelle, SJSU Krueger, Amanda, LATECH Garcia, BranDee, SJSU

DOUBLES PER GAME

Player, Team Morrow, Bubba, SU Harris, Courtney, TXST Dodd, Kelsey, NMSU Lott, Brittney, SU Geronimo, Isabella, SU Villanueva, Nina, UTA Kipp, Erin, LATECH Cross, Anna, LATECH Collins, Markesha, SJSU Krueger, Amanda, LATECH

TRIPLES PER GAME

Player, Team Collins, Markesha, SJSU Froton, Hailey, USU Olive, Amber, NMSU Caldwell, Devin, SJSU

Avg. 1.00 .76 .76 .75 .75 .71 .67 .67 .67 .67

Avg. .38 .33 .33 .30 .29 .29 .25 .25 .24 .24

Avg. .14 .10 .10 .10

Blake, Darian, UTSA Cox, Michelle, SJSU Freitas, Cheryl, SJSU Garcia, Jessica, SJSU Masek, Jordan, TXST Crowley, Erin, SU

.10 .10 .05 .05 .05 .05

HOME RUNS PER GAME

Player, Team Rodriguez, Staci, NMSU Morrow, Bubba, SU Conrad, Teresa, NMSU Hale, Dacia, LATECH Kipp, Erin, LATECH Adams, Emma, NMSU Cross, Anna, LATECH Michele, Meagan, UTA Collins, Markesha, SJSU Dodd, Kelsey, NMSU

RBI PER GAME

Player, Team Rodriguez, Staci, NMSU Conrad, Teresa, NMSU Morrow, Bubba, SU Harris, Courtney, TXST Dodd, Kelsey, NMSU Cox, Michelle, SJSU Freitas, Cheryl, SJSU Goff, Melanie, LATECH Froton, Hailey, USU Hardy, Rogin, SU

Avg. .43 .29 .19 .19 .15 .15 .15 .14 .14 .14

Avg. 1.24 .86 .76 .76 .76 .71 .63 .57 .55 .55

EARNED RUN AVERAGE

Player, Team Newman, Alex, NMSU Pridmore, Amanda, SJSU House, Rayn, TXST Lyles, Teri, UTA McAdams, Makayla, NMSU Wright, Ashley, TXST Sugita, Mandie, SU Staton, Haylee, UTSA Harmon, Mandy, USU Goff, Melanie, LATECH

Avg. 1.25 1.25 1.66 1.81 2.24 2.28 2.42 2.43 2.56 2.62

OPPOSING BATTING AVERAGE

Player, Team Harmon, Mandy, USU Pridmore, Amanda, SJSU Lyles, Teri, UTA House, Rayn, TXST Newman, Alex, NMSU Staton, Haylee, UTSA Wright, Ashley, TXST Vordenbaum, Alyssa, UTSA Lang, Allison, SJSU Collins, Callie, UTA

Avg. .183 .203 .219 .229 .234 .236 .248 .264 .270 .276

INNINGS PITCHED Player, Team Pridmore, Amanda, SJSU Lyles, Teri, UTA Newman, Alex, NMSU Staton, Haylee, UTSA Sugita, Mandie, SU House, Rayn, TXST Collins, Callie, UTA Johnson, Noelle, USU Cross, Anna, LATECH Harmon, Mandy, USU

No. 106.0 93.0 89.1 77.2 72.1 67.1 60.2 60.0 59.1 57.1

STRIKEOUTS

Player, Team Pridmore, Amanda, SJSU Lyles, Teri, UTA Staton, Haylee, UTSA Collins, Callie, UTA Johnson, Noelle, USU Harmon, Mandy, USU Newman, Alex, NMSU House, Rayn, TXST Vordenbaum, Alyssa, UTSA Wright, Ashley, TXST

WINS

Player, Team Pridmore, Amanda, SJSU Newman, Alex, NMSU Staton, Haylee, UTSA Wright, Ashley, TXST Lyles, Teri, UTA House, Rayn, TXST Ashburn, Richelle, SU Cross, Anna, LATECH Sugita, Mandie, SU 5 tied at

SAVES

Player, Team Pridmore, Amanda, SJSU House, Rayn, TXST Saucedo, Delia, TXST Lyles, Teri, UTA Vordenbaum, Alyssa, UTSA Goff, Melanie, LATECH Walker, Celisha, NMSU Staton, Haylee, UTSA Johnson, Noelle, USU

APPEARANCES

Player, Team Pridmore, Amanda, SJSU Newman, Alex, NMSU House, Rayn, TXST Staton, Haylee, UTSA Lyles, Teri, UTA Tyteca, Shelbi, USU Cross, Anna, LATECH Sugita, Mandie, SU Jones, Michelle, LATECH 2 tied at

STRIKEOUTS PER GAME

Player, Team Pridmore, Amanda, SJSU Collins, Callie, UTA Harmon, Mandy, USU Johnson, Noelle, USU Staton, Haylee, UTSA Tyteca, Shelbi, USU Lyles, Teri, UTA Jones, Michelle, LATECH Vordenbaum, Alyssa, UTSA House, Rayn, TXST

No. 88 53 48 47 46 44 34 33 26 24

No. 13 11 6 5 5 4 4 4 4 3

No. 3 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

No. 19 18 17 15 14 14 13 13 13 12

Avg. 5.81 5.42 5.37 5.37 4.33 4.32 3.99 3.79 3.64 3.43

WALKS ALLOWED PER GAME

Player, Team Newman, Alex, NMSU Pridmore, Amanda, SJSU Walker, Celisha, NMSU Sugita, Mandie, SU McAdams, Makayla, NMSU

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Avg. .86 1.06 1.32 1.65 1.68

Vordenbaum, Alyssa, UTSA Lyles, Teri, UTA Johnson, Noelle, USU Staton, Haylee, UTSA Lang, Allison, SJSU

1.96 2.03 2.10 2.43 2.47

HITS ALLOWED PER GAME

Player, Team Harmon, Mandy, USU Pridmore, Amanda, SJSU Lyles, Teri, UTA House, Rayn, TXST Newman, Alex, NMSU Staton, Haylee, UTSA Wright, Ashley, TXST Collins, Callie, UTA Lang, Allison, SJSU Vordenbaum, Alyssa, UTSA

Avg. 4.52 5.22 5.87 5.93 6.03 6.31 6.45 7.38 7.41 7.42

FIELDING PERCENTAGE

Player, Team Dodd, Kelsey, NMSU Garcia, Jessica, SJSU Graham, Jolene, UTSA Miller, Samantha, USU Kipp, Alayna, LATECH Olive, Amber, NMSU Webster, Kelsie, USU Collins, Markesha, SJSU Baker, Kelli, TXST Baker, Brooke, TXST

PUTOUTS

Player, Team Dodd, Kelsey, NMSU Stokes, Rebecca, UTA Lott, Brittney, SU Thomsen, Christine, USU Lemons, Haley, TXST Knowles, Meghan, LATECH Forshaw, Rachel, UTA Garcia, Jessica, SJSU Graham, Jolene, UTSA Low, Megan, UTSA

ASSISTS

Player, Team Jones, Michelle, LATECH Wilde, Allegra, SU Arata, Nicole, USU Adams, Emma, NMSU Conrad, Teresa, NMSU Kaaihue, Tehani, NMSU Krueger, Amanda, LATECH Thompson, Kallan, UTA Masek, Jordan, TXST Villanueva, Nina, UTA

Pct. 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000

No. 157 157 131 130 123 118 109 106 101 92

No. 60 58 55 54 45 45 41 40 40 40

FIELDING DOUBLE PLAYS

Player, Team Lott, Brittney, SU Dodd, Kelsey, NMSU Hurst, Jenny, SU Kaaihue, Tehani, NMSU Knowles, Meghan, LATECH Lemons, Haley, TXST Adams, Emma, NMSU Conrad, Teresa, NMSU Caldwell, Devin, SJSU

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SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS - WAC GAMES INDIVIDUAL

TEAM

Highest Batting Average Nina Lindenberg, Fresno State, 1996 .535

Highest Batting Average Hawai‘i, 2007 .380

Highest Slugging Percentage 1.050 Jessica Iwata, Hawai‘i, 2010

Highest Slugging Percentage .752 Hawai‘i, 2010

Most At Bats 118 Laura Berg, Fresno State, 1997

Most At Bats 907 Frenso State, 1997

Most Runs 40 Becky Witt, Fresno State, 1998

Most Runs 195 Fresno State, 1998

Most Hits 52

Most Hits 299

Laura Berg, Fresno State, 1998

Hawai‘i, 1998

Most Doubles Nina Lindenberg, Fresno State, 1996 15

Most Doubles Fresno State, 1997 51

Most Triples 6 Valeri Quintero, San Jose, 1997

Most Triples 14 San Jose State, 1997

Most Home Runs 11 Melissa Gonzalez, Hawai’i, 2010 Jessica Iwata, Hawai’i, 2010

Most Home Runs 65 Hawai‘i, 2010

Most Runs Batted In Nina Lindenberg, Fresno State, 1998 43 Most Stolen Bases Sandy Rhea, Utah, 1997 24 Best Earned Run Average 0.00 Amanda Scott, Fresno State, 2000 Most Innings Pitched Maureen Brady, Fresno State, 1994 150.0 Most Opponents Struck Out Morgan Melloh, Fresno State, 2009 163 Most Wins Ali Andrus, Utah, 1994 18 Most Walks 32 Julie Crandall, UNLV, 1998

Most Runs Batted In Hawai‘i, 2010 180 Most Stolen Bases Colorado State, 1997 50 Best Earned Run Average Fresno State, 2000 0.47 Most Innings Pitched Colorado State, 1997 219.0 Opponents Struck Out 182 Fresno State, 2009 Best Fielding Percentage Fresno State, 2006 .983 Most Wins Fresno State, 1998 28

Most Strikeouts 28 Kellie Culligan, Southern Utah, 1995

Most Losses Southern Utah, 1996 27 Tulsa, 1997 27

Most Runs Allowed 103 Tresa Green, Tulsa, 1997

Best Record 19-1 Hawai’i, 2010

Most Walks Allowed Meghan Krieg, Louisiana Tech, 2010 56 Kristy Byrge, New Mexico, 1995

Worst Record Southern Utah, 1996 1-27

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Most At Bats Haley Perskin, FS, 2009 8 Trisha Ramos, UH, 2001 Marissa Smith, PSU, 2001 Most Runs Michelle Cox, SJSU vs. NEV, 2012 4 Markesha Collins, SJSU vs. USU, 2012 Kathy Cox, BSU vs. NMSU, 2010 Stephanie Herrera, NMSU, vs. LTUU, 2008 Christina Clark, FS, vs. NEV, 2005 Courtney Lewis, SJSU, vs. LTU, 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 Hits Kaylie Randall, NMSU vs. NEV, 2011 5 Amanda Tauali’i, UH vs. NMSU, 2010 Brittany Lorenzen, UN vs. LTU, 2006 Joyce Lum, UH vs. SDSU, 1998 Nina Lindenberg, FS vs. CSU, 1996 Amber Wall, FS vs. Sac. State, 1996 Most Doubles Bubba Morrow, SU vs. USU, 2013 3 Cheryl Freitas, SJSU vs. NEV, 2012 Jessica Garcia, SJSU vs. USU, 2012 Tina Ferguson, USU vs. NEV, 2011 Rochelle Sandberg, LTU vs. NMSU, 2006 Sarah Fredstrom, CSU vs. SJSU, 1997 Amy ReCouper, CSU vs. UNM, 1996 Missy Cress, CSN vs. SUU, 1993 Most Triples Devin Caldwell, SJSU vs. USU, 2013 2 Haley Gilleland, FS vs. LTU, 2011 Kristen Hunter, FS vs. TU, 2000 Nina Lindenberg, FS vs. UH, 1997 Sarah Fredstrom, CSU vs. SUU, 1996 Most Home Runs 3 Jessica Iwata, UH vs. BSU, 2010 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 Amanda Krueger, LTU vs. USU, 2013 Jessica Iwata, UH vs. LTU, 2012 Hoku Nohara, NMSU vs. USU, 2011 Devon Bridges, BSU vs. NMSU, 2011 Christina Clark, FS vs. NMSU, 2006 Nina Lindenberg, FS vs. UU, 1997 Most Strikeouts 4 Megan Fincher, NEV vs. BSU, 2010 Kelly Majam, UH vs. NEV, 2010 Alissa Murphy, SJSU vs. NEV, 2009 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 Jessica Iwata, UH vs. BSU, 2010 Brittany McConnell, SJSU vs. NMSU, 2008 Fewest Hits Allowed 0 Several Players Most Runs Allowed 19 Janet Lewis, SUU vs. CSN, 1994 Most Walks Allowed 8 Ali Andrus-Sagas, UU vs. FS, 1997 Erin Bennett, CSU vs. Sac. State, 1996

Most Triples 4 San Jose State vs. Tulsa, 1997 Most Home Runs 6 Hawai’i vs. Boise State, 2010 Hawai’i vs. Boise State, 2010 Louisiana Tech vs. NM State, 2009 Fresno State vs. Nevada, 2004 Most Stolen Bases 7 San Jose State vs. Louisiana Tech, 2005 Most Walks 12 Brigham Young vs. Utah State, 2012 Most Strikeouts 22 Tulsa vs. Fresno State, 2002 Most Runs Batted In 19 Hawai’i vs. Nevada, 2010 Most Opponents Struck Out 22 Fresno State vs. Tulsa, 2002 Most Innings Pitched 18.0 Fresno State vs. Louisiana Tech, 2002 Most Runs, One Inning 13 Hawai‘i vs. Nevada, 2010

MISCELLANEOUS

Most Hits Hawai‘i vs. San Jose State, 2007 24

Most Double Plays 3 New Mexico State vs. Nevada, 2012 Fresno State vs. San Jose State, 2011 San Jose State vs. Fresno State, 2011 Fresno State vs. Nevada, 2011 San Jose State vs. Louisiana Tech, 2011 Utah State vs. Louisiana Tech, 2011 San Jose State vs. New Mexico State, 2010 New Mexico State vs. Louisiana Tech, 2010 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 Doubles CS Northridge vs. New Mexico, 1996 10

Most Runs, Both Teams 28 Fresno State 16, Utah State 12, 2011

Most Opponents Struck Out 22 Jamie Southern, FS vs. LTU, 2002 Most Innings Pitched 18 Jamie Southern, FS vs. LTU, 2002 Lindsey Meadows, LTU vs. FS, 2002

TEAM

Most at Bats 74 Fresno State vs. Louisiana Tech, 2002 Most Runs 20 Hawai’i vs. Nevada, 2010 Hawai‘i vs. San Jose State, 2007

Largest Winning Margin 20 Hawai’i 20, Nevada 0, 2010 Hawai‘i 20, San Jose State 0, 2007

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YEARLY LEADERS TEAM LEADERS

All Games

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 2010 Hawai‘i 2011 New Mexico State 2012 Brigham Young 2013 Louisiana Tech

.259 .260 .276 .330 .317 .323 .326 340 .303 .272 .286 .271 .279 .280 .286 .298 .308 .311 .340 .321 .341 .315 .289

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 2010 Hawai‘i 2011 New Mexico State 2012 Hawai‘i 2013 New Mexico State

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

.341 .306 .400 .446 .392 .435 .436 .468 .428 .379 .381 .392 .402 .419 .428 .439 .502 .458 .542 .642 .551 .515 .447

1755 1587 1682 1803 1891 1703 1930 1770 2004 1772 1692 1924 1695 1825 1643 1741 1751

2008 Fresno State 2009 Nevada 2010 Hawai‘i 2011 New Mexico State 2012 Brigham Young 2013 San Jose State

RUNS

1991 New Mexico 1992 Colorado State 1993 CS Northridge 1994 Utah 1995 Fresno State 1996 Fresno State 1997 Colorado State 1998 Fresno State 1999 Fresno State 2000 Fresno State 2001 Hawai‘i 2002 Tulsa 2003 Hawai‘i 2004 Nevada 2005 Fresno State 2006 Fresno State 2007 Hawai‘i 2008 Fresno State 2009 New Mexico State 2010 Hawai‘i 2011 New Mexico State 2012 Brigham Young 2013 New Mexico State

HITS

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 Hawai‘i 2004 Fresno State 2005 San Jose State 2006 Nevada 2007 Hawai‘i 2008 Fresno State 2009 New Mexico State 2010 Hawai‘i 2011 New Mexico State 2012 Brigham Young 2013 New Mexico State

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

1865 1623 1800 1694 1620 1571

186 200 221 341 294 310 376 374 358 241 236 258 229 269 264 274 375 326 329 488 423 354 264

426 412 465 595 599 550 630 601 608 475 483 475 455 492 447 453 532 556 499 578 577 510 437

53 44 47 47 74 59 88 100 65 88 64 74 71 74

Tulsa 2004 Nevada 2005 Tulsa 2006 Nevada 2007 Fresno State 2008 Nevada 2009 Nevada 2010 Hawai‘i 2011 New Mexico State 2012 Nevada 2013 Seattle U

TRIPLES

1991 Creighton 1992 Colorado State 1993 Fresno State 1994 Fresno State 1995 Fresno State 1996 Utah 1997 Colorado State San Jose State 1998 Utah 1999 Colorado State 2000 Fresno State 2001 Loyola Marymount 2002 Tulsa 2003 Nevada 2004 Nevada 2005 San Jose State 2006 Fresno State Louisiana Tech 2007 San Jose State 2008 Louisiana Tech 2009 San Jose State 2010 Fresno State 2011 New Mexico State Fresno State 2012 Fresno State 2013 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 2010 Hawai‘i 2011 New Mexico State 2012 Hawai‘i 2013 New Mexico State

RUNS BATTED IN

1991 New Mexico 1992 Colorado State 1993 Fresno State 1994 Utah 1995 Fresno State

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74 1996 Fresno State 87 1997 Fresno State 76 1998 Fresno State 90 1999 Fresno State 79 2000 Fresno State 100 2001 Hawai‘i 81 2002 Tulsa 92 2003 Fresno State 93 2004 Nevada 70 2005 Fresno State 74 2006 Fresno State 2007 Hawai‘i 2008 Fresno State 15 2009 New Mexico State 10 2010 Hawai‘i 17 2011 New Mexico State 17 2012 Brigham Young 28 2013 New Mexico State 19 23 STOLEN BASES 23 1991 New Mexico 25 1992 New Mexico 21 1993 Utah 13 San Diego State 8 1994 Utah 14 1995 Utah 11 1996 Utah 16 1997 Colorado State 21 1998 Utah 13 San Diego State 13 1999 New Mexico 7 2000 Loyola Marymount 16 2001 San Jose State 17 2002 Tulsa 11 2003 Louisiana Tech 9 Tulsa 9 2004 Louisiana Tech 15 2005 Hawai‘i 14 2006 New Mexico State 2007 Utah State 2008 New Mexico State 17 2009 New Mexico State 8 2010 San Jose State 40 2011 New Mexico State 38 2012 Brigham Young San Jose State 29 39 2013 Louisiana Tech 31 44 EARNED RUN AVERAGE 38 1991 Creighton 26 1992 Utah 26 1993 CS Northridge 25 1994 CS Northridge 42 1995 CS Sacramento 40 1996 Fresno State 50 1997 Fresno State 43 1998 Fresno State 42 1999 Fresno State 84 2000 Fresno State 48 2001 Fresno State 68 2002 Fresno State 158 2003 Freso State 82 2004 Tulsa 79 2005 Fresno State 54 2006 Fresno State 2007 Fresno State 2008 Fresno State 144 2009 Fresno State 166 2010 Fresno State 197 2011 Hawai‘i 275 2012 Hawai‘i 249 2013 UT Arlington

267 336 326 315 210 201 213 201 236 229 252 342 291 314 448 375 310 239

98 72 56 56 92 84 78 105 69 69 79 97 60 90 51 51 65 74 41 63 60 60 78 86 59 59 92

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 2.67 1.59 1.48 2.00


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YEARLY LEADERS 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 2010 Hawai‘i 2011 New Mexico State 2012 Fresno State 2013 San Jose State

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 2010 Fresno State 2011 Hawai‘i 2012 Hawai‘i 2013 San Jose State

WINS

1991 Creighton 1992 Colorado State 1993 CS Northridge 1994 CS Northridge 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 Hawai‘i 2004 Fresno State 2005 Fresno State 2006 Fresno State 2007 Hawai‘i 2008 Fresno State 2009 Nevada 2010 Hawai‘i 2011 New Mexico State

484.1 390.1 432.0 442.1 472.1 421.1 461.0 408.0 508.0 466.1 451.2 524.0 448.2 463.2 414.0 439.0 431.1 466.0 415.1 421.2 397.0 397.2 400.0

181 283 347 341 400 356 349 339 545 458 333 490 405 318 393 469 438 514 507 464 395 353 307

38 33 48 52 50 51 55 52 64 54 46 50 40 48 43 37 50 54 40 50 43

2012 2013

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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 2010 Fresno State 2011 Fresno State 2012 Hawai‘i 2013 UTSA

45 42

.972 .962 .972 .966 .965 .971 .964 .969 .971 .973 .970 .977 .969 .960 .975 .970 .970 .975 .975 .969 .967 .967 .968 .970

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS

All Games

BATTING AVERAGE

1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Charmelle Green, UU Heather Medearis, UNM Denise Johnson, SUU Amy Timmel, UU Scia Maumausolo, CSN Nina Lindenberg, FS Kim Rondina, UNLV Laura Berg, FS Danielle Cassara, UNM Holly Schmillen, CSU Dana Degen, UH Becky Witt, FS Kate Judd, UH Stacey Porter, UH Christina Clark, FS Tyleen Tausaga, UH Christina Clark, FS Tyleen Tausaga, UH Noelle Micka, NEV Amberly Waits, LTU Amberly Waits, LTU Hoku Nohara, NMSU Christine Thomsen, USU Delaney Willard, BYU Christine Thomsen, USU

.381 .316 .405 .468 .482 .508 .445 .458 .405 .405 .401 .396 .354 .479 .396 .391 .430 .402 .399 .488 .412 .426 .418 .418 .425

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE

1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002

Charmelle Green, UU Heather Medearis, UNM Kim Maher, FS 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

.632 .412 .674 .749 .848 .897 .941 .773 .817 .620 .549 .622

2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Stacey Porter, UH Christina Clark, FS Christina Clark, FS Christina Clark, FS Kate Robinson, UH Kate Robinson, UH Amberly Waits, LTU Kelly Majam, UH Hoku Nohara, NMSU Delaney Willard, BYU Staci Rodriguez, NMSU

.940 .802 .731 .739 .733 .745 .934 .919 1.007 .859 .780

AT BATS

1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Kelly Brookhart, CU 211 Tina Trujillo, CSU 191 Donna McDaniel, FS 204 Laura Berg, FS 238 Laura Berg, FS 238 Erika Blanco, FS 203 Laura Berg, FS 245 Laura Berg, FS 236 Becky Witt, FS 236 Lovie Jung, FS 223 Natalie Gonzales, UH 210 Tiffany Whipple, FS 236 Tracie Uchima, UH 208 Christina Clark, FS 222 Courtney Lewis, SJSU 205 Kymberly Silagyi, NEV 212 Stephanie Herrera, NMSU 215 Emma Barnes, LTU 226 Noelle Micka, NEV 202 Melissa Gonzalez, UH 218 Kandis Jones, NMSU 212 Brenna Moss, FS 198 Amber Olive, NMSU 201

RUNS

1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Four 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 Kelly Majam, UH Kandis Jones, NMSU Kelly Majam, UH Markesha Collins, SJSU

HITS

1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999

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

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70 58 72 102 114 99 104 108 87

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Becky Witt, FS Becky Witt, FS Christy Cerecedes, LMU Stacey Porter, UH Christina Clark, FS Courtney Lewis, SJSU Christina Clark, FS Haley Perkins, FS Noelle Micka, NEV Amberly Waits, LTU Melissa Gonzalez, UH Kandis Jones, NMSU JC Clayton, BYU Amber Olive, NMSU

DOUBLES

1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Kelly Brookhart, CU Jennifer Roberts, CSU Kim Meyer, CSS Shannon Jones, CSN Sarah Fredstrom, CSU Nina Lindenberg, FS Amanda Scott, FS Sarah Fredstrom, CSU Kehau Cofran, UH Kara Kanney, SJSU Angela Cervantez, FS Laura Eckley, LMU Lovie Jung, FS Kiauna Anderson, PSU Lindsay Fossatti, FS Stacey Porter, UH Jiliane Hartfiel, NEV Ashley Bennet, UTEP Christina Clark, FS Brittany Puzey, NEV Noelle Micka, NEV Amberly Waits, LTU Jessica Iwata, UH Karley Hopkins, NEV Sara Parsons, NEV Delaney Willard, BYU Kelsey Dodd, NMSU Erin Kipp, LTU

TRIPLES

1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Three Players Terri Bailey, UNM Shannon Pouelsen, SDSU Jennifer Henry, FS Amy Timmel, UU Laura Berg, FS Amber Wall, FS Valeri Quintero, SJSU Nina Lindenberg, FS Holly Schmillen, CSU Kiauna Anderson, PSU Laura Eckley, LMU Stephanie Sliepen, TU Shameika Cofer, LTU Stacey Mueller, NEV Jiliane Hartfiel, NEV Jana Arde, SJSU Emma Barnes, LTU Amberly Waits, LTU Kym Silagyi, NEV Haley Gilleland, FS Nicole Tindall, USU Kylie Randall, NMSU Brenna Moss, FS Hailey Froton, USU Amber Olive, NMSU

84 76 73 80 88 78 71 82 83 81 86 82 79 79

15 10 12 17 15 29 19 19 14 14 26 14 14 17 15 18 18 17 19 18 18 17 21 16 17 17 14 14

5 4 5 5 7 11 5 10 8 12 5 3 4 4 5 6 6 7 10 8 4 4 4 5 5 5


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YEARLY LEADERS HOME RUNS

1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Deb DiMeglio, UU 7 Deb DiMeglio, UU 5 Kim Maher, FS 14 Michelle Bolt, FS 15 Scia Maumausolo, CSN 15 Scia Maumausolo, CSN 17 Kim Rondina, UNLV 15 Amanda Scott, FS 14 Rachael Goodpaster, UNLV 14 Kara Kanney, SJSU 11 Kate Judd, UH 8 Stacey Porter, UH 15 Stacey Porter, UH 17 Christina Clark, FS 23 Christina Clark, FS 16 Tyleen Tausaga, UH 10 Ashley Cameron, LTU 10 Kate Robinson, UH 19 Kate Robinson, UH 21 Amberly Waits, LTU 17 Tiare Jennings, NMSU 17 Kelly Majam, UH 30 Hoku Nohara, NMSU 24 Michelle Moses, FS 18 Delaney Willard, BYU 18 Staci Rodriguez, NMSU 20

RUNS BATTED IN

1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Charmelle Green, UU Teri Klement, CSU Julie Clancy, SDSU Beth Calcante, CSN Kim Maher, FS Scia Maumausolo, CSN Nina Lindenberg, FS Sarah Fredstrom, CSU Nina Lindenberg, FS Angela Cervantez, FS Angela Cervantez, FS Lindsay Fossatti, FS Stacey Porter, UH Christina Clark, FS Christina Clark, FS Christina Clark, FS Brittany Puzey, NEV Ashley Roszkos, NMSU Kate Robinson, UH Kate Robinson, UH Amberly Waits, LTU Hoku Nohara, NMSU Hoku Nohara, NMSU Delaney Willard, BYU Staci Rodriguez, NMSU

STOLEN BASES

1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006

Tiffany Strnad, CU Julie Garcia, UNM Jennifer Hambly, SDSU Amy Timmel, UU Sandy Rhea, UU Sandy Rhea, UU Sandy Rhea, UU Sandy Rhea, UU Cayley Warner, UNM Anna Trauernicht, LMU Anna Trauernicht, LMU Brittany Stanley, LTU Brittany Stanley, LTU Amber Miles, LTU Stacey Walkingstick, TU Emma Barnes, LTU

33 33 30 51 64 47 60 66 77 73 48 33 47 46 56 42 39 39 71 56 62 62 73 88 63

29 28 20 33 23 27 46 34 39 32 31 30 17 29 27 12

2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Stephanie Herrera, NMSU Emma Barnes, LTU Haley Gilleland, FS Stephanie Herrera, NMSU Kylie Randall, NMSU Kylie Randall, NMSU Kylie Randall, NMSU Michelle Cox, SJSU Kelli Baker, TXST Michelle Cox, SJSU Anna Cross, LTU

EARNED RUN AVERAGE

1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Karen McCormick, SDSU Janet Womack, UU Tami Blunt, CSS Amy Windmiller, CSN Susie Bugliarello, CSS Kim Peck, FS Kim Peck, FS Amanda Scott, FS Amanda Scott, FS Amanda Scott, FS Lori Hoffman, FS Jamie Southern, FS Jamie Southern, FS Jamie Southern, FS Jamie Southern, FS Robin Mackin, FS Robin Mackin, FS Morgan Melloh, FS Katie Holverson, NEV Michelle Moses, FS Kaia Parnaby, UH Kaia Parnaby, UH Teri Lyles, UTA

12 22 23 12 22 29 40 26 20 20 20

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 2.07 1.28 1.47 1.59

INNINGS PITCHED

1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Kelly Brookhart, CU 263.2 Karen McCormick, SDSU 219.1 Tami Blunt, CSS 266.2 Maureen Brady, FS 321.0 Maureen Brady, FS 285.0 Jennifer Richardson, CSN 220.0 Nikki Johnson, CSU 260.1 Brandi Isgar, UNLV 221.0 Sarah Farnworth, Utah 242.0 Amanda Scott, FS 276.0 Morgan Seibert, PSU 234.0 Jamie Southern, FS 351.2 Melissa Coogan, UH 281.0 Jamie Southern, FS 259.0 Carol Forbes, SJSU 183.1 Jordan McPherson, NEV 283.1 Robin Mackin, FS 311.1 Morgan Melloh, FS 360.2 Morgan Melloh, FS 319.1 Stephanie Ricketts, UH 237.2 Meghan Krieg, LTU 247.0 Michelle Moses, FS 251.0 Amanda Pridmore, SJSU 261.2

STRIKEOUTS

1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999

Janet Womack, UU Dena Mullins, UNM Tami Blunt, CSS Ali Andrus, UU Susie Bugliarello, CSS Susie Bugliarello, CSS Nikki Johnson, CSU Amanda Scott, FS Amanda Scott, FS

150 181 284 270 221 218 271 180 231

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

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 Meghan Krieg, LTU Meghan Krieg, LTU Michelle Moses, FS Amanda Pridmore, SJSU

WINS

1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

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 Stephanie Ricketts, UH Alex Newman, NMSU Stephanie Ricketts, UH Amanda Pridmore, SJSU

314 215 400 322 299 282 402 369 454 450 260 289 253 254

22 22 20 25 36 29 22 33 25 29 33 22 33 32 30 28 28 36 42 30 30 23 28 29

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 2010 Hawai‘i 2011 New Mexico State 2012 Brigham Young 2013 New Mexico State

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.292 .276 .309 .360 .311 .330 .319 .346 .321 .316 .297 .288 .319 .299 .313 .299 .380 .336 .316 .357 .379 .318 .304

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 2003 Fresno State 2004 Fresno State 2005 Fresno State 2006 Fresno State 2007 Hawai‘i 2008 Nevada 2009 New Mexico State 2010 Hawai‘i 2011 New Mexico State 2012 Hawai‘i 2013 New Mexico State

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 2010 Hawai‘i 2011 New Mexico State 2012 Nevada 2013 UT Arlington

.381 .364 .474 .498 .383 .492 .441 .468 .442 .442 .409 .419 .431 .476 .470 .463 .628 .526 .509 .752 .611 .522 .485

278 280 669 770 748 773 907 864 665 552 569 731 554 672 487 485 508 524 602 589 620 535 587


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YEARLY LEADERS RUNS

1991 Utah 1992 Utah 1993 CS Northridge 1994 CS Northridge 1995 Utah 1996 Utah 1997 Colorado 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 2010 Hawai‘i 2011 New Mexico State 2012 Hawai‘i 2013 New Mexico State

HITS

1991 New Mexico 1992 Utah 1993 Fresno State CS Northridge 1994 Utah 1995 Fresno State 1996 Fresno State 1997 Colorado State 1998 Hawai‘i 1999 Fresno State 2000 Fresno State Hawai‘i 2001 Hawai‘i 2002 Hawai‘i 2003 Hawai‘i 2004 Fresno State 2005 Fresno State 2006 Hawai‘i 2007 Hawai‘i 2008 Nevada 2009 Fresno State 2010 Hawai‘i 2011 New Mexico State 2012 Hawai‘i 2013 New Mexico State

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

45 30 109 144 122 157 167 195 135 79 78 91 99 109 95 75 148 107 106 193 166 124 112

76 71 184 184 255 225 232 284 299 207 150 150 169 196 166 201 152 138 193 175 169 210 235 162 178

11 11 12 25 36 30 45 51 45 45 38 38 27 22 30 22 35 30 25

2007 Hawai‘i 2008 Nevada 2009 Hawai’i 2010 Nevada 2011 New Mexico State 2012 Fresno State 2013 Seattle U

TRIPLES

1991 Southern Utah 1992 Southern Utah 1993 CS Northridge 1994 Fresno State 1995 Fresno State 1996 Utah 1997 San Jose State 1998 Utah 1999 Colorado State 2000 Fresno State 2001 Tulsa 2002 Hawai‘i 2003 Louisiana Tech 2004 San Jose State 2005 Hawai‘i 2006 Louisiana Tech 2007 Hawai‘i 2008 Nevada New Mexico State 2009 San Jose State 2010 Three teams 2011 Fresno State 2012 Brigham Young Fresno State 2013 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 2010 Hawai‘i 2011 New Mexico State 2012 Hawai‘i 2013 New Mexico State

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

30 40 29 36 42 24 28

6 4 8 8 9 12 14 13 9 5 3 4 4 6 6 5 3 4 4 10 3 5 4 4 10

4 3 19 15 16 16 13 17 9 11 11 14 17 15 26 18 14 30 17 29 65 32 32 25

36 26 89 119 98 139 144 163 114 70

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 2010 Hawai‘i 2011 New Mexico State 2012 Hawai‘i 2013 New Mexico State

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 2010 Boise State 2011 New Mexico State 2012 San Jose State 2013 Texas State

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 2010 Fresno State 2011 Hawai‘i 2012 Hawai‘i 2013 San Jose State

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10 10 10 10 38 47 46 30 50 38 21 21 25 13 23 18 30 31 24 18 20 21 27 22 22 28

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 2.09 1.75 1.29 1.97

INNINGS PITCHED

1991 San Diego State 1992 Utah 1993 New Mexico 1994 Utah 1995 CS Northridge 1996 CS Northridge 1997 Colorado State 1998 San Diego State 1999 Fresno State 2000 Loyola Marymount 2001 Hawai‘i 2002 Fresno State 2003 Hawai‘i 2004 Nevada 2005 San Jose State 2006 Nevada 2007 New Mexico State 2008 Nevada 2009 Hawai’i 2010 Fresno State 2011 Utah State 2012 Nevada 2013 UT Arlington

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 2010 Fresno State 2011 Hawai‘i 2012 Hawai‘i 2013 San Jose State

76.0 75.0 173.0 194.0 201.0 203.2 219.0 215.1 185.1 144.1 140.2 193.1 141.0 170.0 123.2 122.0 124.0 128.0 150.2 144.1 144.1 136.1 153.2

31 43 134 151 177 159 170 163 175 128 93 159 125 130 144 143 120 136 182 181 146 116 106


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1991 Utah 1992 Utah 1993 CS Northridge 1994 Utah 1995 CS Northridge 1996 Fresno State 1997 Colorado State 1998 Fresno State 1999 Fresno State 2000 Fresno State 2001 Hawai‘i 2002 Fresno State 2003 Hawai‘i 2004 Fresno State 2005 Fresno State 2006 Fresno State 2007 Hawai‘i 2008 Nevada 2009 Fresno State Hawai’i Nevada 2010 Hawai‘i 2011 New Mexico State 2012 Hawai‘i 2013 San Jose State

8 9 20 22 22 24 26 28 24 16 16 18 17 20 17 12 16 16 15 15 15 19 17 17 17

FIELDING PERCENTAGE

1991 N/A 1992 Creighton 1993 CS Northridge 1994 CS Sacramento 1995 CS Northridge 1996 CS Sacramento 1997 Fresno State 1998 Fresno State 1999 Fresno State 2000 San Jose State 2001 San Jose State 2002 Fresno State 2003 Fresno State 2004 Tulsa 2005 Tulsa 2006 Fresno State 2007 Hawai‘i 2008 Fresno State 2009 Fresno State 2010 Hawai‘i 2011 Hawai‘i 2012 Fresno State 2013 New Mexico State Utah State

.982 .972 .966 .975 .971 .969 .977 .974 .979 .973 .976 .966 .977 .978 .983 .976 .975 .971 .972 .975 .973 .974 .974

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS

WAC Games

BATTING AVERAGE

1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

Sue Campbell, SDSU Stephanie Smith, UNM Tamara Ivie, CSN Robyn Yorke, FS Scia Maumausolo, CSN Nina Lindenberg, FS Kim Rondina, UNLV Laura Berg, FS Angela Cervantez, FS Becky Witt, FS Anna Trauernicht, LMU Kate Judd, UH Stacey Porter, UH Bridget Broadnax, LTU

.448 .360 .387 .500 .494 .535 .525 .448 .466 .500 .417 .414 .458 .400

2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Tara Harbert, UH Christina Clark, FS Kelsey Starr, NEV Vanessa Briones, NEV Amberly Waits, LTU Jessica Iwata, UH Kandis Jones, NMSU JC Clayton, BYU Michelle Cox, SJSU

.486 .500 .457 .429 .433 .488 .446 .484 .485

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE

1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Charmelle Green, UU Julie Garcia, UNM Beth Calcante, CSN Shannon Jones, CSN Scia Maumausolo, CSN Nina Lindenberg, FS Kim Rondina, UNLV Nina Lindenberg, FS Sunny Smith, UU Kim Bentley, SJSU 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 Jessica Iwata, UH Devon Bridges, BSU Delaney Willard, BYU Staci Rodriguez, NMSU

.625 .538 .773 .803 .909 .942 1.033 .763 .763 .623 .793 .722 1.017 .864 .842 1.000 .964 .755 .873 1.050 .980 .911 .903

AT BATS

1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Kelly Brookhart, CU 33 Amy Timmel, UU 39 Amy Timmel, UU 85 Laura Berg, FS 95 Casey Coffman, UNM 98 Kelley Santa Cruz, SDSU 94 Laura Berg, FS 118 Laura Berg, FS 116 Amanda Scott, FS 80 Rachael Goodpaster, UNLV 80 Melissa McGie, UH 71 Natalie Gonzales, UH 73 Elisa Barrios, SJSU 94 Tracie Uchima, UH 72 Tracie Uchima, UH 87 Courtney Lewis, SJSU 61 Jamie Southern, FS 61 Valana Manuma, UH 62 Clare Warwick, UH 65 Noelle Micka, NEV 65 Sarah Taylor, SJSU 65 Tanisha Milca, UH 77 Jessica Iwata, UH 80 Kylie Randall, NMSU 85 Amber Olive, NMSU 74 Amber Olive, NMSU 78

RUNS

1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998

Charmelle Green, UU Three Players Terri Pearson, CSN Kim Maher, FS Laura Berg, FS Tammy Beer, UU Jennifer Buford, CSU Becky Witt, FS

8 6 19 25 22 28 31 40

1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Becky Witt, FS Amanda Scott, FS Jessica Guerrero, PSU Lovie Jung, FS Stacey Porter, UH Kate Judd, UH Christina Clark, FS Christina Clark, FS Christina Clark, FS Christina Clark, FS Clare Warwick, UH Brittany Puzey, NEV Haley Perkins, FS Kelly Majam, UH Tiare Jennings, NMSU Kelly Majam, UH Markesha Collins, SJSU

HITS

1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Sue Campbell, SDSU Kelly Brookhart, CU Amy Timmel, UU Three 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 Jessica Iwata, UH Kylie Randall, NMSU JC Clayton, BYU Amber Olive, NMSU

DOUBLES

1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

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13 13 13 27 46 41 46 48 52 34 28 28 32 27 32 24 22 26 25 22 30 39 35 30 36

Four Players 4 Three Players 3 Kim Meyer, CSS 7 Michelle Bolt, FS 7 Shannon Jones, CSN 11 Sarah Fredstrom, CSU 10 Nina Lindenberg, FS 15 Jackie Van Hooydonk, UNM 12 Dana Degen, UH 10 Joyce Lum, UH 10 Angela Cervantez, FS 10 Four Players 5 Kate Judd, UH 7 Linday Fossatti, FS 6 Chrisina Clark, FS 9 Carrie Mackey, NEV 7 Rochelle Sandberg, LTU 6 Lindsey Tower, TU 6 Christina Clark, FS 6 Candice Rainwater, NEV 6 Five Players 5 Regan Clark, LTU 7 Haley Gilleland, FS 7 Jessica Iwata, UH 12 Valerie Swedberg, NMSU 7 Melanie Goff, LTU 8

2013

Sara Parsons, NEV Bubba Morrow, SU

TRIPLES

1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

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 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 Nine Players Amberly Waits, LTU Kelly Fangonilo, SJSU Sarah Taylor, SJSU Nicole Tindall, USU Haley Gilleland, FS Kylie Randall, NMSU JC Clayton, BYU Markesha Collins, SJSU

HOME RUNS

1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

8 8

4 2 3 4 5 3 3 5 4 4 5 4 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 3 4 4 2 2 3 3 3

Several Players 1 Several Players 1 Beth Calcante, CSN 7 Michelle Bolt, FS 6 Cyndee Bennett, UU 8 Scia Maumausolo, CSN 8 Cyndee Bennett, UU 6 Nina Lindenberg, FS 6 Scia Maumausolo, CSN 6 Kim Rondina, UNLV 6 Raven Coberg, UNLV 8 Rachael Goodpaster, UNLV 7 Four Players 4 Kate Judd, UH 6 Stacey Porter, UH 7 Stacey Porter, UH 9 Christina Clark, FS 10 Christina Clark, FS 7 Christina Clark, FS 4 Brandi Peiler, UH 4 Amanda Winkley, SJSU 4 Sara Fleming, USU 4 Kate Robinson, UH 9 Five Players 5 Angie Ortega, NMSU 7 Melissa Gonzalez, UH 11 Jessica Iwata, UH 11 Devon Bridges, BSU 10 Jessica Iwata, UH 8 Staci Rodriguez, NMSU 9


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YEARLY LEADERS RUNS BATTED IN

1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Deb DiMeglio, UU Julie Clancy, SDSU Beth Calcante, CSN Kim Maher, FS Cyndee Bennett, UU Cyndee Bennett, UU Dana Degan, UH Nina Lindenberg, FS Angela Cervantez, FS Angela Cervantez, FS Kate Judd, UH Stacey Porter, UH Christina Clark, FS Christina Clark, FS Christina Clark, FS Stacey Lien, NMSU Kate Robinson, UH Brittany McConnell, SJSU Angie Ortega, NMSU Jessica Iwata, UH Devon Bridges, BSU Delaney Willard, BYU Staci Rodriguez, NMSU

EARNED RUN AVERAGE

10 7 30 33 29 30 33 43 28 19 16 22 21 20 18 14 33 20 21 32 29 33 26

STOLEN BASES

1991 N/A 1992 Amy Timmel, UU 1993 Amy Timmel, UU 1994 Amy Timmel, UU 1995 Tammy Beer, UU Sandy Rhea, UU 1996 Sandy Rhea, UU 1997 Sandy Rhea, UU 1998 Sandy Rhea, UU 1999 Tami Simpson, SDSU 2000 Anna Trauernicht, LMU Jessie Smith, TU 2001 Anna Trauernicht, LMU 2002 Brittany Stanley, LTU Jessie Smith, TU 2003 Marie Jackson, UH 2004 Amber Miles, LTU 2005 Stacey Walkingstick, TU 2006 Stephanie Herrera, NMSU 2007 Liz Perez, SJSU 2008 Stephanie Herrera, NMSU 2009 Brittany Puzey, NEV 2010 Haley Gilleland, FS Kylie Randall, NMSU 2011 Haley Gilleland, FS 2012 Michelle Cox, SJSU 2013 Kelli Baker, TXST Michelle Cox, SJSU

1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Lisa Perettie, SDSU 0.21 Dena Mullins, UNM 0.19 Marnie Hill, UNM 0.55 Jennifer Richardson, CSN 0.18 Susie Bugliarello, CSS 0.59 Lindsay Parker, FS 0.48 Amanda Scott, FS 0.36 Amanda Scott, FS 0.66 Amanda Scott, FS 0.33 Amanda Scott, FS 0.00 Lori Hoffman, FS 0.29 Jamie Southern, FS 0.45 Jamie Southern, FS 0.49 Jamie Southern, FS 0.75 Jamie Southern, FS 0.16 Merryann Barr, FS 0.93 Kate Robinson, UH 1.15 Morgan Melloh, FS 1.14 Wanda Malone, LTU 0.66 Michelle Moses, FS 1.22 Kaia Parnaby, UH 1.28 Stephanie Ricketts, UH 1.07 Alex Newman, NMSU 1.25 Amanda Pridmore, SJSU 1.25

INNINGS PITCHED

5 8 20 12 12 10 24 19 14 8 8 6 11 11 5 15 9 10 8 8 8 9 9 12 9 9 9

1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

STRIKEOUTS

1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Janet Womack, UU Dena Mullins, UNM Tami Blunt, CSS Ali Andrus, UU Susie Bugliarello, CSS Susie Bugliarello, CSS Ali Andrus-Sagas, UU 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 Meghan Krieg, LTU Meghan Krieg, LTU Amanda Pridmore, SJSU Amanda Pridmore, SJSU

WINS

1991 Janet Womack, UU 51.7 1992 Janet Womack, UU 57.1 1993 Dena Mullins, UNM 124.0 Maureen Brady, FS 150.0 1994 Kathy Blake-Small, CSN 116.0 1995 Nikki Johnson, CSU 110.0 Nikki Johnson, CSU 129.0 1996 Sarah Farnworth, UU 135.1 1997 Kelly Gentle, UH 108.1 1998 Desiree Duran, UH 80.1 1999 Jenny Magill, TU 82.1 2000 Jamie Southern, FS 125.2 2001 Melissa Coogan, UH 102.1 2002 Carol Forbes, SJSU 106.0 2003 Carol Forbes, SJSU 109.2 2004 Jordan McPherson, NEV 84.0 2005 Krissi Oliver, LTU 85.2 2006 Morgan Melloh, FS 111.0 Stephanie Ricketts, UH 118.1 2007 Meghan Krieg, LTU 91.0 2008 Meghan Krieg, LTU 106.2 2009 Amanda Pridmore, SJSU 96.1 2010 Amanda Pridmore, SJSU 106.0 2011 2012 2013

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 Stephanie Ricketts, UH Aubray Zell, BSU Michelle Moses, FS Stephanie Ricketts, UH Amanda Pridmore, SJSU

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6 7 11 11 18 12 12 11 15 15 13 9 9 11 14 11 13 8 8 11 12 13 13 9 9 12 13


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CAREER LEADERS - ALL GAMES GAMES PLAYED

1. Amanda Scott, FS, 1997-00 277 2. Laura Berg, FS, 1994-95, 97-98 266 3. Randi Berg, FS, 1994-97 263 4. Angela Cervantez, FS, 1997-00 258 5. Jamie Southern, FS, 2002-05 253 6. Jenifer Henry, FS, 1993-96 251 7. Lori Hoffman, FS, 2001-04 250 8. Jo Pini, FS, 1993-96 249 9. Brittany Puzey, NEV, 2006-09 245 10. Mitzi Ing, FS, 2001-04 244

AT BATS

1. Laura Berg, FS, 1994-95, 97-98 957 2. Becky Witt, FS, 1998-01 866 3. Amanda Scott, FS, 1997-00 849 4. Robyn Yorke, FS, 1994-97 820 5. Jamie Southern, FS 2001-05 808 6. Lori Hoffman, FS, 2001-04 790 7. Haley Perkins, FS, 2006-09 789 8. Emma Barnes, LTU, 2006-09 768 9. Haley Gilleland, FS, 2008-11 767 10. Randi Berg, FS, 1994-97 762

RUNS

1. Laura Berg, FS, 1994-95, 97-98 245 2. Christina Clark, FS 2003-06 228 3. Becky Witt, FS, 1998- 01 224 4. Haley Perkins, FS, 2006-09 189 Robyn Yorke, FS, 1994-97 189 6. Tiare Jennings, NMSU, 2009-12 188 7. Sandy Rhea, UU, 1995-98 177 8. Kelly Majam, UH, 2009-12 176 9. Kandis Jones, NMSU, 2008-11 175 10. Nina Lindenberg, FS, 1994-98 169

HITS

1. Laura Berg, FS, 1994-95, 97-98 396 2. Robyn Yorke, FS, 1994-97 357 3. Becky Witt, FS, 1998-01 331 4. Christina Clark, FS, 2003-06 296 5. Haley Perkins, FS, 2006-09 283 6. Nina Lindenberg, FS, 1996-98 269 7. Amberly Waits, LTU, 2007-10 262 8. Kandis Jones, NMSU, 2008-11 260 Cyndee Bennett, UU, 1994-97 260 10. Amanda Scott, FS, 1997-00 257 Scia Maumausolo, CSN, 1993-96 257

DOUBLES

1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Christina Clark, FS, 2003-06 57 Angela Cervantez, FS, 1997-00 55 Brittany Puzey, NEV, 2006-09 54 Nina Lindenberg, FS, 1996-98 54 Sarah Fredstrom, CSU, 1995-98 51 Amberly Waits, LTU, 2007-10 47 Amanda Scott, FS, 1997-00 46 Sam Bias, NEV, 2007-10 45 Regan Clark, LTU, 44 Sandy Rhea, UU, 1995-98 44

TRIPLES

1. 2. 5. 6. 8.

Laura Berg, FS, 1994-95, 97-98 25 Amberly Waits, LTU, 2007-10 19 Sandy Rhea, UU, 1995-98 19 Nina Lindenberg, FS, 1996-98 19 Holly Schmillen, CSU, 1998-99 18 Sarah Taylor, SJSU, 2006-10 15 Sarah Fredstrom, CSU, 1995-98 15 Kym Silagyi, NEV, 2006-09 14

9. 10.

Courtney Lewis, SJSU, 2003-06 13 Haley Gilleland, FS, 2008-11 12 Christina Clark, FS, 2003-06 12 Jenifer Henry, FS, 1993-96 12

HOME RUNS

1. Hoku Nohara, NMSU, 2008-11 64 2. Christina Clark, FS, 2003-06 62 3. Michelle Moses, FS, 2009-12 59 4. Kelly Majam, UH, 2010-12 54 5. Tiare Jennings, NMSU, 2009-12 48 6. Jessica Iwata, UH, 2010-12 47 7. Scia Maumausolo, CSN, 1993-96 46 8. Kate Robinson, UH, 2005-08 44 9. Ashley Maroda, NMSU, 2008-11 43 10. Kelley Kaneshiro, USU, 2008-12 39

RUNS BATTED IN

1. Amanda Scott, FS, 1997-00 212 2. Hoku Nohara, NMSU, 2008-11 209 3. Nina Lindenberg, FS, 1996-98 201 4. Tiare Jennings, NMSU, 2009-12 185 5. Sarah Fredstrom, CSU, 1995-98 183 6. Christina Clark, FS, 2003-06 176 7. Michelle Moses, FS, 2009-12 175 Cyndee Bennett, UU, 1994-97 175 9. Angela Cervantez, FS, 1997-00 174 10. Brittany McConnell, SJSU, 2006-10 166 Brittany Puzey, NEV, 2006-09 166

SACRIFICE HITS

1. Stacey Walkingstick, TU, 2002-05 80 2. Vanessa Czarnecki, FS, 72 3. Tyree Woodruff, UH, 1997-01 65 4. Tammy Beer, UU, 1993-96 60 5. Michelle Morga, SJSU, 1997-99 55 Jo Pini, FS, 1993-96 55 7. Stacie Reynolds, UU, 1993-96 54 8. Tracy Stowe, SDSU, 1991-92 43 9. Lisa Hashimoto, UU, 1997-99 41 10. Maya Garcia, SJSU, 1997-99 40 Beth Calcante, CSN, 1993-94 40

BASES ON BALLS

1. Hoku Nohara, NMSU, 2008-11 138 2. Kelly Majam, UH, 2010-12 117 3. Christina Clark, FS, 2003-06 114 4. Lindsay Fossatti, FS, 99-02 111 5. Tiare Jennings, NMSU, 2009-12 108 6. Angela Cervantez, FS, 1997-00 97 7. Britton Murdock, NEV, 2008-11 96 8. Katie Torres, TU, 2003-05 93 9. Scia Maumausolo, CSN, 1993-96 92 10. Kylie Randall, NMSU, 2006-09 91

STOLEN BASES

1. Sandy Rhea, UU, 1995-98 130 2. Kylie Randall, NMSU, 2008-11 103 3. Brittany Stanley, LTU, 2002-05 90 4. Amber Miles, LTU, 2002-05 89 5. Haley Gilleland, FS, 2008-11 86 6. Jennifer Buford, CSU, 1995-98 81 7. Jackie Van Hooydonk, UNM, 1995-97 71 8. Jessie Smith, TU, 1999-2002 70 9. Amy Timmel, UU, 1991-94 69 10. Stacey Walkingstick, TU, 2002-05 65

BATTING AVERAGE

INNINGS PITCHED

1. Nina Lindenberg, FS, 1996-98 .440 2. Robyn Yorke, FS, 1994-97 .435 3. Christine Thomsen, USU, 2012-13 .421 4. Laura Berg, FS, 1994-95, 97-98 .414 5. Kim Maher, FS, 1993-94 .401 6. Christina Clark, FS, 2003-06 .397 7. Tia Morenz, UH, 1997-98 .390 8. Amberly Waits, LTU, 2007-10 .386 9. Becky Witt, FS, 1998-01 .382 10. Alyson Carter, CSU, 1997-99 .379 Scia Maumausolo, CSN, 1993-96 .379

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. Amanda Pridmore, SJSU, 2009-13 843.1 6. Morgan Melloh, FS, 2008-10 841.1 6. Jordan McPherson, NEV, 2005-08 795.2 7. Krissi Oliver, LTU, 2006-09 779.2 8. Melissa Coogan, 2002-05 775.0 9. Katie Holverson, NEV, 2007-10 766.2

TOTAL BASES

1. Jamie Southern, FS, 2002-05 0.51 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

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE

1. Jamie Southern, FS, 2002-05 1321 2. Morgan Melloh, FS, 2008-10 1138 3. Meghan Krieg, LTU, 2008-11 859 4. Amanda Scott, FS, 1997-00 851 5. Stephanie Ricketts, UH, 2009-12 818 6. Ali Andrus-Sagas, UU, 1994-97 809 7. Robin Mackin, FS, 2005-07 771 8. Amanda Pridmore, SJSU, 2009-13 709 9. Katie Holverson, NEV, 2007-10 682 10. Kim Watson, NMSU, 2006-09 667

VICTORIES

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1. Christina Clark, FS, 2003-06 563 2. Laura Berg, FS, 1994-95, 97-98 500 3. Nina Lindenberg, FS, 1996-98 469 4. Amberly Waits, LTU, 2007-10 455 5. Hoku Nohara, NMSU, 2008-11 450 6. Scia Maumausolo, CSN, 1993-96 443 7. Tiare Jennings, NMSU, 2009-12 431 8. Cyndee Bennett, UU, 1994-97 430 9. Sarah Fredstrom, CSU, 1995-98 429 10. Amanda Scott, FS, 1997-00 404 1. Nina Lindenberg, FS, 1996-98 .768 2. Christina Clark, FS, 2003-06 .756 3. Hoku Nohara, NMSU, 2008-11 .738 4. Kelly Majam, UH, 2010-2012 .722 5. Jessica Iwata, UH, 2010-2012 .711 6. Holly Schmillen, CSU, 1998-99 .686 Kim Maher, FS, 1993-94 .686 8. Amberly Waits, LTU, 2007-10 .671 9. Kathy Cox, BSU, 2009-10 .659 10. Tiare Jennings, NMSU, 2009-12 .655

1. Jamie Southern, FS, 2002-05 118 2. Amanda Scott, FS, 1997-00 106 3. Stephanie Ricketts, UH, 2009-12 102 4. Morgan Melloh, FS, 2008-10 90 5. Ali Andrus-Sagas, UU, 1994-97 89 6. Maureen Brady, FS, 1993-95 75 7. Amanda Pridmore, SJSU, 2009-13 73 8. Melissa Coogan, UH, 2002-05 71 9. Katie Holverson, NEV, 2007-10 68 Carol Forbes, SJSU, 2002-05 68

SAVES

1. Amanda Pridmore, SJSU, 2009-13 17 2. Shelbi Tyteca, USU, 2010-13 10 Jamie Southern, FS, 2002-05 11 Amanda Scott, FS, 1997-00 10 5. Maren Genow, TU, 2003-05 9 6. Katie Holverson, NEV, 2007-10 8 Carol Forbes, SJSU, 2002-05 8 8. Celisha Walker, NMSU, 2011-present 7 Alex Newman, NMSU, 2010-13 7 Lela Work, BSU, 2010-11 7 Morgan Melloh, FS, 2008-10 7 Courtney Lewis, SJSU, 2003-06 7 Kelly Gentle, UH, 1996-99 7

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STRIKEOUTS

STRIKEOUTS PER 7 INNINGS Morgan Melloh, FS, 2008-10 9.47 Robin Mackin, FS, 2005-07 9.20 Jamie Southern, FS, 2002-05 8.49 Meghan Krieg, LTU, 2008-11 8.36 Susie Bugliarello, CSS, 1994-96 8.23 Kaia Parnaby, UH, 2010-12 7.69 Michelle Moses, FS, 2009-12 7.62 Julie Fennell, TU, 2004-05 7.29 Amy Windmiller, CSN, 1993-94 6.98 Amanda Scott, FS, 1997-00 6.84

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SINGLE SEASON TOP 10 - ALL GAMES BATTING AVERAGE

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10.

Nina Lindenberg, FS, 1996 .508 Amberly Waits, LTU, 2009 .488 Scia Maumausolo, CSN, 1995 .482 Robyn Yorke, FS, 1995 .481 Stacey Porter, UH, 2003 .479 Amy Timmel, UU, 1994 .468 Laura Berg, FS, 1998 .458 Nina Lindenberg, FS, 1998 .449 Scia Maumausolo, CSN, 1996 .449 Kim Rondina, UNLV, 1997 .445 Christina Clark, FS, 2006 .430 Casey Coffman, UNM, 1996 .430

Hoku Nohara, NMSU 1.007 Kim Rondina, UNLV, 1997 .941 Stacey Porter, UH, 2003 .940 Amberly Waits, LTU, 2009 .934 Kelly Majam, UH, 2010 .919 Nina Lindenberg, FS, 1996 .897 Delaney Willard, BYU, 2012 .859 Scia Maumausolo, CSN, 1995 .848 Hoku Nohara, NMSU, 2010 .825 Scia Maumausolo, CSN, 1996 .820

AT BATS

1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 9.

Laura Bergs, FS, 1997 Robyn Yorke, FS, 1997 Laura Berg, FS, 1994 Laura Berg, FS, 1995 Robyn Yorke, FS, 1995 Laura Berg, FS, 1998 Emma Barnes, LTU, 2008 Amanda Scott, FS, 1999 Tia Morenz, UH, 1997 Christina Clark, FS, 2004

HITS

1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Robyn Yorke, FS, 1995 Laura Berg, FS, 1998 Laura Berg, FS, 1997 Amy Timmel, UU, 1994 Robyn Yorke, FS, 1997 Laura Berg, FS, 1995 Nina Lindenberg, FS, 1996 Nina Lindenberg, FS, 1998 Christina Clark, FS, 2004 Becky Witt, FS, 1999 Tia Morenz, UH, 1997 Robyn Yorke, FS, 1994

HITS PER GAME

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Laura Berg, FS, 1998 Amy Timmel, UU, 1994 Robyn Yorke, FS, 1995 Nina Lindenberg, FS, 1996 Robyn Yorke, FS, 1997 Laura Berg, FS, 1997 Amberly Waits, LTU, 2009 Laura Berg, FS, 1995 Nina Lindenberg, FS, 1998 Tia Morenz, UH, 1997

Nina Lindenberg, FS, 1996 Angela Cervantez, FS, 1999 Jessica Iwata, UH, 2010 Casey Coffman, UNM, 1996 Christina Clark, FS, 2006 Amanda Scott, FS, 1997 Sarah Fredstrom, CSU, 1997 Noelle Micka, NEV, 2008 Stacey Porter, UH, 2003 Jiliane Hartfiel, NEV, 2004 Brittany Puzey, NEV, 2007

DOUBLES PER GAME

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

DOUBLES

1. 2. 3. 5. 8.

245 241 238 238 237 236 226 226 222 222

114 108 104 102 102 101 99 89 88 87 87 87

1.71 1.67 1.65 1.60 1.52 1.51 1.47 1.46 1.41 1.40

29 26 21 21 19 19 19 18 18 18 18

HOME RUNS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 10.

Kelly Majam, UH, 2010 Melissa Gonzalez, UH, 2010 Hoku Nohara, NMSU, 2011 Christina Clark, FS, 2004 Kathy Cox, BSU, 2010 Kate Robinson, UH, 2008 Staci Rodriguez, NMSU, 2013 Michelle Moses, FS, 2010 Kate Robinson, UH, 2007 Michelle Moses, FS, 2012 Delaney Willard, BYU, 2012 Jessica Iwata, UH, 2010 Amanda Tauali’i, UH, 2010

30 25 24 23 21 21 20 19 19 18 18 18 18

EARNED RUN AVERAGE

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Amanda Scott, FS, 1999 Amy Windmiller, CSN, 1994 Amanda Scott, FS, 2000 Jamie Southern, FS, 2002 Jamie Southern, FS, 2005 Kathy Blake, CSN, 1994 Jamie Southern, FS, 2004 Susie Bugliarello, CSS, 1995 Kristen Hunter, FS, 1999 Ali Andrus, UU, 1994

VICTORIES

0.24 0.36 0.41 0.44 0.46 0.51 0.54 0.59 0.61 0.61

1. Morgan Melloh, FS, 2008 42 1. Nina Lindenberg, FS, 1996 0.47 2. Maureen Brady, FS, 1994 36 2. Casey Coffman, UNM, 1996 0.42 HOME RUNS PER GAME Robin Mackin, FS, 2007 36 3. Angela Cervantez, FS, 1999 0.35 1. Kelly Majam, UH, 2010 0.45 4. Amanda Scott, FS, 2000 33 Sarah Fredstrom, CSU, 1995 0.35 2. Hoku Nohara, NMSU, 2011 0.43 Nikki Johnson, CSU, 1997 33 5. Karley Hopkins, NEV, 2011 0.34 3. Jessica Gonzalez, UH, 2010 0.38 Jamie Southern, FS, 2002 33 6. Jessica Iwata, UH, 2010 0.33 4. Staci Rodriguez, NMSU, 2013 0.35 7. Ali Andrus, UU, 1994 32 Kelsey Starr, NEV, 2010 0.33 5. Kathy Cox, BSU, 2010 0.34 Melissa Coogan, UH, 2003 32 8. Amberly Waits, LTU, 2009 0.32 Kate Robinson, UH, 2008 0.34 9. Stephanie Ricketts, UH, 2010 30 Holly Schmillen, CSU, 1999 0.32 Christina Clark, FS, 2004 0.34 Morgan Melloh, FS, 2009 30 10. Rachael Goodpaster, UNLV, 1999 0.31 8. Delaney Willard, BYU, 2012 0.32 Jamie Southern, FS, 2003 30 Ashley Bennett, UTEP, 2005 0.31 9. Michelle Moses, FS, 2012 0.31 Brittany Puzey, NEV, 2007 0.31 Michelle Moses, FS, 2010 0.31 STRIKEOUTS Amberly Waits, LTU, 2009 0.31 1. Morgan Melloh, FS, 2008 454 Tiare Jennings, NMSU, 2009 0.31 TRIPLES 2. Morgan Melloh, FS, 2009 450 Kim Rondina, UNLV, 1997 0.31 1. Holly Schmillen, CSU, 1999 12 3. Robin Mackin, FS, 2006 402 2. Laura Berg, FS, 1995 11 4. Jamie Southern, FS, 2002 400 3. Amberly Waits, LTU, 2008 10 RUNS BATTED IN 5. Robin Mackin, FS, 2007 369 Valeri Quintero, SJSU, 1997 10 1. Delaney Willard, BYU, 2012 88 6. Jamie Southern, FS, 2003 322 5. Kym Silagyi, NEV, 2009 8 2. Nina Lindenberg, FS, 1998 77 7. Amanda Scott, FS, 2000 314 Nina Lindenberg, FS, 1998 8 3. Hoku Nohara, NMSU 73 8. Jamie Southern, FS, 2004 299 Jackie Van Hooydonk, UNM, 1997 8 Angela Cervantez, FS, 1999 73 9. Meghan Krieg, LTU, 2011 289 8. Sarah Taylor, SJSU, 2009 7 5. Amanda Scott, FS, 1998 72 10. Tami Blunt, CSS, 1993 284 Haley Perkins, FS, 2008 7 6. Kate Robinson, UH, 2007 71 Emma Barnes, LT, 2006 7 7. Sarah Fredstrom, CSU, 1997 66 STRIKEOUTS PER 7 INNINGS Sandy Rhea, UU, 1998 7 8. Kim Maher, FS, 1994 64 1. Robin Mackin, 2006 10.30 Lainie Horne, UNM, 1998 7 Nina Lindenberg, FS, 1997 64 2. Morgan Melloh, FS, 2010 10.15 Nina Lindenberg, FS, 1997 7 10. Staci Rodriguez, NMSU, 2013 63 3. Morgan Melloh, FS, 2009 9.86 Sarah Fredstrom, CSU, 1997 7 4. Jamie Southern, 2005 9.27 Amy Timmel, UU, 1994 7 RUNS BATTED IN PER GAME 5. Jamie Southern, FS, 2003 8.91 Laura Berg, FS, 1997 7 1. Delaney Willard, BYU, 2012 1.54 6. Morgan Melloh, FS, 2008 8.81 2. Hoku Nohara, NMSU, 2011 1.30 7. Lindsay Parker, FS, 1999 8.79 TRIPLES PER GAME 3. Nina Lindenberg, FS, 1998 1.22 8. Meghan Krieg, LTU, 2009 8.69 1. Holly Schmillen, CSU, 1999 0.29 4. Hoku Nohara, NMSU, 2010 1.15 9. Meghan Krieg, LTU, 2008 8.63 2. Valeri Quintero, SJSU, 1997 0.16 5. Amanda Scott, FS, 1998 1.14 10. Susie Bugliarello, CSS, 1996 8.32 Heather Hobbs, SUU, 1991 0.16 6. Amberly Waits, LTU, 2009 1.13 Laura Berg, FS, 1995 0.16 Tiare Jennings, NMSU, 2009 1.13 INNINGS PITCHED 5. Kym Silagyi, NEV, 2009 0.15 Kate Robinson, UH, 2007 1.13 1. Morgan Melloh, FS, 2008 360.2 Amberly Waits, LTU, 2008 0.15 9. Staci Rodriguez, NMSU, 2013 1.11 2. Jamie Southern, FS, 2002 351.2 7. Emma Barnes, LT, 2006 0.14 10. Jessica Iwata, UH, 2012 1.08 3. Maureen Brady, FS, 1994 321.0 Jackie Van Hooydonk, UNM, 1997 0.14 4. Morgan Melloh, FS, 2009 319.1 9. Sarah Taylor, SJSU, 2009 0.13 STOLEN BASES 5. Robin Mackin, FS, 2007 311.1 Nina Lindenberg, FS, 1998 0.13 1. Sandy Rhea, UU, 1997 46 6. Ali Andrus, UU, 1994 286.1 Kelli Groomer, SUU, 1991 0.13 2. Kylie Randall, NMSU, 2011 40 7. Maurenn Brady, FS, 1995 285.0 Jackie Van Hooydonk, UNM, 1997 40 8. Jordan McPherson, UN, 2006 283.1 4. Cayley Warner, UNM, 1999 39 Carol Forbes, SJSU, 2005 283.1 5. Sandy Rhea, UU, 1998 34 10. Melissa Coogan, UH, 2003 281.0 6. Amy Timmel, UU, 1994 33 7. Anna Trauernicht, LMU, 2000 32 Boldface indicates active player Gina Punaro, SDSU, 1997 32 9. Jennifer Buford, CSU, 1997 31 Anna Trauernicht, LMU, 2001 31

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SINGLE SEASON TOP 10 - WAC GAMES DOUBLES

BATTING AVERAGE

1. 2. 3. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Nina Lindenberg, FS, 1996 .535 Kim Rondina, UNLV, 1997 .525 Christina Clark, 2006 .500 Becky Witt, FS, 2000 .500 Robyn Yorke, FS, 1994 .500 Scia Maumausolo, CSN, 1995 .494 Amy Timmel, UU, 1994 .489 Jessica Iwata, UH, 2010 .488 Tara Harbert, UH, 2005 .486 Michelle Cox, SJSU, 2013 .485

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Jessica Iwata, UH, 2010 1.050 Kim Rondina, UNLV, 1997 1.033 Stacey Porter, UH, 2003 1.017 Christina Clark, FS, 2006 1.000 Devon Bridges, BSU, 2011 .980 Kate Robinson, UH, 2007 .964 Nina Lindenberg, FS, 1996 .942 Kelly Majam, UH, 2010 .926 Delaney Willard, BYU .911 Scia Maumausolo, CSN, 1995 .909

AT BATS

1. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10.

Tia Morenz, UH, 1997 Laura Berg, FS, 1997 Laura Berg, FS, 1998 Tia Morenz, UH, 1998 Jennifer Buford, CSU, 1997 Robyn Yorke, FS, 1997 Valeri Quintero, SJSU, 1997 Joyce Lum, UH, 1998 Nicole Miller, UNLV, 1997 Sandy Rhea, UU, 1997

HITS

1. 2. 3. 9.

Laura Berg, FS, 1998 Tia Morenz, UH, 1997 Tia Morenz, UH, 1998 Becky Witt, FS, 1998 Laura Berg, FS, 1997 Jennifer Buford, CSU, 1997 Nina Lindenberg, FS, 1996 Amy Timmel, UU, 1994 Sandy Rhea, UU, 1997 Dana Degen, UH, 1997

HITS PER GAME

1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Jessica Iwata, UH, 2010 Nina Lindenberg, FS, 1996 Amy Timmel, UU, 1994 Laura Berg, FS, 1998 Amber Olive, NMSU Kylie Randall, NMSU, 2011 Kandis Jones, NMSU, 2011 Robyn Yorke, FS, 1994 JC Clayton, BYU, 2012 Robyn Yorke, FS, 1995

118 118 116 114 111 110 108 107 107 106

52 48 46 46 46 46 46 46 45 45

1.95 1.77 1.77 1.73 1.71 1.67 1.65 1.62 1.58 1.58

1. Nina Lindenberg, FS, 1996 15 2. Jessica Iwata, UH, 2010 12 Jackie Van Hooydonk, UNM, 1997 12 4. Cyndee Bennett, UU, 1997 11 Amanda Scott, FS, 1997 11 Shannon Jones, CSN, 1994 11 7. Angela Cervantez, FS, 1999 10 Dana Degen, UH, 1998 10 Joyce Lum, UH, 1998 10 Amy ReCouper, CSU, 1996 10 Sarah Fredstrom, CSU, 1995 10

DOUBLES PER GAME

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 8. 9.

Jessica Iwata, UH, 2010 Nina Lindenberg, FS, 1996 Christina Clark, FS, 2003 Shannon Jones, CSN, 1994 Andrea Ortega, FS, 2010 Lainie Horne, UNM, 1999 Tera Fowers, SUU, 1992 Angela Cervantez, FS, 1999 Regan Clark, LTU, 2008 Amber Wall, FS, 1996

TRIPLES

1. 2. 5.

Valeri Quintero, SJSU, 1997 Holly Schmillen, CSU, 1999 Sarah Fredstrom, CSU, 1997 Laura Berg, FS, 1995 Sarah Taylor, SJSU, 2009 Kelly Fangonilo, SJSU, 2009 Kristen Hunter, FS, 2000 Jenny Monson, UU, 1998 Nina Lindenberg, FS, 1998 Maya Garcia, SJSU, 1997 Laura Berg, FS, 1997 Amy Timmel, UU, 1994 Heather Hobbs, SUU, 1991

TRIPLES PER GAME

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 10.

Heather Hobbs, SUU, 1991 Kelli Groomer, SUU, 1991 Holly Schmillen, CSU, 1999 Kristen Hunter, FS, 2000 Joni Reynolds, SUU, 1992 Sarah Taylor, SJSU, 2009 Kelly Fangonilo, SJSU, 2009 Laura Berg, FS, 1995 Valeri Quintero, SJSU, 1997 Amberly Waits, LTU, 2008

HOME RUNS

0.60 0.58 0.50 0.46 0.43 0.43 0.43 0.42 0.41 0.41

6 5 5 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

0.40 0.30 0.25 0.22 0.20 0.19 0.19 0.19 0.19 0.18

1. Melissa Gonzalez, UH, 2010 11 Jessica Iwata, UH, 2010 11 3. Devon Bridges, BSU, 2011 10 Kelly Majam, UH, 2010 10 Jenna Rodriguez, UH, 2010 10 Christina Clark, FS, 2004 10 7. Staci Rodriguez, NMSU, 2013 10 Tiare Jennings, NMSU, 2011 9 Amanda Tauali’i, UH, 2010 9 Kate Robinson, UH, 2007 9 Stacey Porter, UH, 2003 9

HOME RUNS PER GAME

1. Melissa Gonzalez, UH, 2010 0.55 Jessica Iwata, UH, 2010 0.55 3. Kelly Majam, UH, 2010 0.50 Jenna Rodriguez, UH, 2010 0.50 Kate Robinson, UH, 2007 0.50 6. Devon Bridges, BSU, 2011 0.48 7. Amanda Tauali’i, UH, 2010 0.45 Stacey Porter, UH, 2003 0.45 9. Staci Rodriguez, NMSU, 2013 0.43 Tiare Jennings, NMSU, 2011 0.43

RUNS BATTED IN

1. 2. 5. 6. 8. 10.

Nina Lindenberg, FS, 1998 Delaney Willard, BYU, 2012 Kate Robinson, UH, 2007 Dana Degan, UH, 1997 Kim Maher, FS, 1994 Jessica Iwata, UH, 2010 Raven Coberg, UNLV, 1998 Amanda Scott, FS, 1998 Cyndee Bennett, UU, 1996 Beth Calcante, CSN, 1993 Devon Bridges, BSU, 2011 Jenna Rodriguez, UH, 2010 Sarah Fredstrom, CSU, 1997 Nina Lindenberg, FS, 1996 Cyndee Bennett, UU, 1995

43 33 33 33 33 32 31 31 30 30 29 29 29 29 29

RUNS BATTED IN PER GAME

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Kate Robinson, UH, 2007 1.83 Delaney Willard, BYU, 2012 1.74 Jessica Iwata, UH, 2010 1.60 Valerie Swedberg, NMSU, 2011 1.50 Jenna Rodriguez, UH, 2010 1.45 Nina Lindenberg, FS, 1998 1.43 Devon Bridges, BSU, 2011 1.38 Beth Calcante, CSN, 1993 1.36 Melissa Gonzalez, UH, 2010 1.30 Tyleen Tausaga, UH, 2007 1.28

STOLEN BASES

1. Sandy Rhea, UU, 1997 24 2. Jackie Van Hooydonk, UNM, 1997 20 Amy Timmel, UU, 1994 20 4. Sandy Rhea, UU, 1998 19 5. Jennifer Buford, CSU, 1997 17 6. Jennifer Buford, CSU, 1998 16 Amber Solano, CSU, 1997 16 8. Amber Miles, LT, 2004 15 9. Tami Simpson, SDSU, 1999 14 10. Haley Gilleland, FS, 2011 12 Tia Morenz, UH, 1997 12 Tammy Beer, UU, 1995 12 Sandy Rhea, UU, 1995 12

EARNED RUN AVERAGE

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Amanda Scott, FS, 2000 0.00 Jamie Southern, FS, 2005 0.16 Jennifer Richardson, CSN, 1994 0.18 Dena Mullins, UNM, 1992 0.19 Lisa Perettie, SDSU, 1991 0.21 Lori Hoffman, FS, 2001 0.29 Amanda Scott, FS, 1999 0.33 Kristen Hunter, FS, 1999 0.34 Amanda Scott, FS, 1997 0.36 Amy Windmiller, CSN, 1994 0.43

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VICTORIES

1. 2. 3. 5. 6.

Ali Andrus, UU, 1994 18 Maureen Brady, FS, 1994 17 Amanda Scott, FS, 1998 15 Nikki Johnson, CSU, 1997 15 Melissa Coogan, UH, 2003 14 Amanda Pridmore, SJSU, 2013 13 Stephanie Ricketts, UH, 2010 13 Stephanie Ricketts, UH, 2009 13 Jamie Southern, FS, 2005 13 Kelly Gentle, UH, 1999 13 Sandra Durazo, SDSU, 1999 13

STRIKEOUTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10.

Robin Mackin, FS, 2006 Morgan Melloh, FS, 2009 Jamie Southern, FS, 2002 Morgan Melloh, FS, 2008 Ali Andrus, UU, 1994 Meghan Krieg, LTU, 2011 Jamie Southern, FS, 2005 Tami Blunt, CSS, 1993 Ali Andrus-Sagas, UU, 1997 Nikki Johnson, CSU, 1997

177 163 137 133 131 118 118 114 113 108

STRIKEOUTS PER 7 INNINGS

1. Robin Mackin, FS, 2006 10.97 2. Michelle Moses, FS, 2010 10.38 3. Morgan Melloh, FS, 2010 10.36 4. Lindsay Parker, FS, 1999 10.09 5. Jamie Southern, FS, 2005 9.72 6. Morgan Melloh, FS, 2009 9.67 7. Amanda Scott, FS, 2000 9.65 8. Justine Smethurst, UH, 2007 8.90 9. Kaia Parnaby, UH, 2011 8.66 Jamie Southern, FS, 2003 8.66

INNINGS PITCHED

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10.

Maureen Brady, FS, 1994 150.0 Ali Andrus, UU, 1994 140.1 Sarah Farnworth, UU, 1998 135.1 Brandi Isgar, UNLV, 1998 131.1 Nikki Johnson, CSU, 1997 129.0 Jamie Southern, FS, 2002 125.2 Ali Andrus-Sagas, UU, 1997 125.2 Dena Mullins, UNM, 1993 124.0 Stephanie Ricketts, UH, 2009 118.1 Morgan Melloh, FS, 2009 118.0

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NCAA STATISTICAL LEADERS TEAM BATTING AVERAGE

1994 6. Utah 16. CS Northridge 19. Fresno State 35. New Mexico

.329 .314 .311 .297

1995 12. Fresno State

.317

1996 12. Fresno State

.323

1997

12. Fresno State 12. Colorado State 17. Utah 18. Hawai‘i

.326 .322 .314 .312

1998 6. Fresno State 7. Hawai‘i 23. Colorado State 1999 15. Fresno State 25. New Mexico

2001 22. Fresno State 33. Hawai‘i

1.31 1.47

2002 4. Fresno State 25. Tulsa

0.90 1.42

2003 11. Fresno State

1.34

2004 18. Tulsa

1.35

2005 13. Fresno State

1.43

2006 40. Fresno State

2.01

2007 30. Fresno State 38. Hawai‘i

1.87 2.00

2008 23. Fresno State

1.61

.340 .336 .301

2009 28. Fresno State 43. Nevada

1.97 2.23

.303 .297

2011

9. Hawai‘i

1.59

2012

8. Hawai‘i

1.50

2001 26. Hawai‘i

.286

2013 22. UT Arlington

2006 23. Fresno State 25. Hawai‘i 47. Louisiana Tech

.298 .297 .284

FIELDING PERCENTAGE

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

2010 13. Hawai’i 19. New Mexico State

.321 .317

2011 3. New Mexico State 39. Boise State State

.341 .299

2012 11. Brigham Young 35. Hawai‘i

.315 .296

EARNED RUN AVERAGE

1991 20. Creighton 21. Utah

1.02 1.04

1992 29. Utah

1.13

1993

1.00 1.00 1.01 1.23 1.40

8. CS Northridge 10. Fresno State 11. Sacramento State 24. New Mexico 35. Utah

2.00

2010 20. Hawai’i 46. Fresno State

.758 .661

1994 15. Utah 26. CS Northridge

5.33 4.97

2011 27. New Mexico State 47. Hawai’i

.721 .673

1996 25. Fresno State

5.00

1997

5.78 5.42 5.06 4.81

2012 6. Hawai‘i 14. Brigham Young

.830 .750

2013 29. San Jose State

.712

12. Colorado State 17. Fresno State 30. Hawai‘i 34. Utah

1998 14. Fresno State 22. Hawai‘i

5.94 5.13

1999 28. New Mexico 32. Fresno State

4.84 4.77

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

2010 1. Hawai’i 20. New Mexico State 46. San Jose State 49. Boise State

7.39 5.84 5.15 5.10

2011 5. New Mexico State 23. Boise State

6.93 5.68 6.26 5.90

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

1994 4. CS Northridge 11. Utah 15. Fresno State 21. New Mexico

0.61 0.48 0.46 0.41

1995 10. CS Northridge 11. Utah

0.48 0.47

1996 5. CS Northridge 23. Utah 25. Colorado State 35. Fresno State

0.66 0.41 0.40 0.35

1997 12. UNLV 26. Utah

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

2009

10. New Mexico State 13. Hawai’i 19. Louisiana Tech 28. Nevada

1.26 1.15 1.04 0.93

2010 1. Hawai’i 21. New Mexico State 31. Boise State 42. Louisiana Tech

2.39 1.13 1.00 0.91

2012 10. Hawai‘i 12. Brigham Young

1995 18. CS Northridge 19. Fresno State

.965 .964

WON/LOSS PERCENTAGE

1993

7. CS Northridge

.836

1996 6. CS Sacramento 8. CS Northridge 16. Fresno State

.971 .967 .964

1994 3. CS Northridge 7. Utah 13. Fresno State

.839 .797 .754

1997 14. Fresno State 24. Colorado State

.964 .963

1998 16. Fresno State

.969

1995 21. CS Sacramento 22. Fresno State 23. CS Northridge

.727 .725 .717

1999 5. Fresno State 30. New Mexico

.971 .963

1996 5. Fresno State 19. CS Northridge

.823 .729

2000

.973

1997 4. Fresno State 7. Colorado State 22. Utah

.797 .785 .710

1998 4. Fresno State 13. Hawai‘i

.825 .754

1999 2. Fresno State 14. New Mexico

.867 .750

2000

7. Fresno State

.794

2002 28. Fresno State

.714

2004 22. Tulsa 27. Fresno State

.714 .706

2011 6. New Mexico State 30. Boise State 32. Hawai’i

1.34 1.04 1.02

2005 13. Fresno State

.782

2012

1.49

2006 42. Fresno State

.661

2013 44. New Mexico State

2007 6. Hawai‘i 21. Fresno State

.794 .723

7. Fresno State

.977

2003 28. Fresno State

.969

1996 4. Fresno State 16. CS Northridge

1.00 1.39

2004 10. Tulsa 29. Fresno State

.974 .967

2005

.975

0.62

.678 .655

.966 .961 .958

1. Fresno State

1. Fresno State

SCORING PER GAME

2009 40. Nevada 49. Fresno State

1994 12. CS Sacramento 22. CS Northridge 35. Utah

2002

2000

.970 .966

.972 .968 .963 .961 .959

0.76 0.98 1.22

0.51 1.46

2013 32. UTSA 50. Seattle U

1993 3. CS Northridge 8. Sacramento State 19. Utah 28. New Mexico 32. Fresno State

1995 1. CS Sacramento 6. Fresno State 11. CS Northridge

1999 1. Fresno State 23. New Mexico

.968

.806 .710 .656

.963 .958

.972 .970 .968

1.34 1.51

2012 44. Hawai‘i

2008 8. Fresno State 28. Nevada 44. Hawai‘i

1992 19. New Mexico 34. Utah

2001 14. Fresno State 23. Loyola Marymount 30. San Jose State

1998 20. Fresno State 27. Hawai‘i

.967

.961 .956 .956

0.47 1.00 1.36

1.18 1.22

.969

1991 25. Creighton 33. New Mexico 34. Utah

1994 2. CS Northridge 5. Utah 20. Fresno State

1997 8. Fresno State 11. Utah

2009 39. Fresno State 2010 49. Fresno State

8. Tulsa

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

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NCAA STATISTICAL LEADERS DOUBLES PER GAME

1994 28. CS Northridge

1.19

1999 21. New Mexico 34. Fresno State

.420 .410

1996 14. Fresno State 32. New Mexico

1.42 1.28

2004 33. Tulsa 45. Fresno State

1997 15. Fresno State 28. Utah

1.45 1.31

2006 33. Hawai‘i 47. Fresno State

.420 2013 11. New Mexico State .410 30. Louisiana Tech Seattle U .439 .424

1999 24. New Mexico

1.41

2007

.502

INDIVIDUAL

2004 43. Tulsa

1.25

2008 13. Nevada

1.61

2008 26. Nevada 45. Fresno State

.458 .432

1991 44. Charmelle Green, UU .381

2009 37. Nevada 48. New Mexico State

1.37 1.31

2009 6. New Mexico State 23. Nevada 33. Hawai’i

.542 .470 .453

2010 11. Nevada 23. San Jose State 45. Hawai’i

1.58 1.49 1.39

2011 12. New Mexico State

1.52

2010 1. Hawai’i 18. New Mexico State 46. Fresno State 49. Boise State

.642 .495 .448 .445

2013 38. Seattle U

1.40

2011 4. New Mexico State 42. Boise State

.551 .456

1995 31. Fresno State

0.41

2012 10. Hawai‘i 36. Brigham Young

.515 .446

1996 22. Utah

0.35

2013 47. New Mexico State

.447

1997 18. San Jose State 30. Colorado State

0.37 0.35

DOUBLE PLAYS PER GAME

1998 11. Utah

0.44

1999

4. Colorado State

0.51

2006 34. Louisiana Tech 48. Fresno State

0.26 0.23

2008 31. Louisiana Tech 41. Fresno State

0.24 0.22

2009 15. San Jose State 38. Nevada

0.30 0.24

2010 48. Utah State

0.20

TRIPLES PER GAME

2012 21. Fresno State

0.25

2013 35. San Jose State

0.24

STOLEN BASES PER GAME

1991

8. Hawai‘i

3. New Mexico 6. Utah

0.50 0.45

1992 14. Utah 35. New Mexico

0.40 0.31

1993

0.58

2. Utah

0.38

2002 15. Louisiana Tech

1.67

0.38

2013 23. Louisiana Tech

1.70

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

.468 .432 .397 .392

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

0.43 0.39 0.38 0.37

2004 19. Hawai‘i

11. Fresno State 17. Hawai‘i 33. Colorado State 37. Utah

1997

2003

2000 29. San Jose State

1998

1996 2. Nina Lindenberg, FS .508 11. Scia Maumausolo, CSN .449 24. Casey Coffman, UNM .430

0.44

1.60

.436 .430 .414

1995 4. Scia Maumausolo, CSN .482 5. Robyn Yorke, FS .481 21. Laura Berg, FS .424

1996 10. Fresno State

1997 35. Colorado State

1997 11. Fresno State 17. Utah 26. Colorado State

.455 .424 .421 .409 .408

2001 29. Becky Witt, FS

1.65

.435 .423

9. Amy Timmel, UU 24. Robyn Yorke, FS 27. Kim Maher, FS 37. Shannon Jones, CSN 39. Tamara Ivie, CSN

.401 .391

1995 11. Utah

1996 11. Fresno State 19. CS Northridge

1994

2000 28. Dana Degen, UH 40. Lovie Jung, FS

1.44

.446 .426 .408

1993 40. Denise Johnson, SUU .405

0.39 0.37 0.37 0.33

19. Fresno State 23. Southern Utah 25. Colorado State 35. New Mexico

1994 26. Utah

.400

BATTING AVERAGE

1995

1997

1994 8. CS Northridge 17. Utah 32. Fresno State

0.47 0.40 0.40

0.60 0.45 0.41 0.38 0.38 0.37

1.81 1.41

1993 21. CS Northridge

0.47 0.37

1994 2. Fresno State 8. Colorado State 12. San Diego State 21. Utah Southern Utah 25. New Mexico

1991 14. New Mexico 30. Creighton

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE

2012 10. Brigham Young 41. Fresno State

11. Fresno State 18. Tulsa 20. Hawai‘i 23. San Jose State

11. New Mexico State 15. Hawai‘i 29. Louisiana Tech 33. San Jose State 50. Fresno State

2009 37. Nevada

1.37

2010

0.46 0.45

6. San Jose State 7. New Mexico State

2011 7. Fresno State 14. San Jose State 37. Utah State

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 4. Kim Maher, FS 6. Beth Calcante, CSN 19. Deb DiMeglio, UU 22. Tamara Ivie, CSN

0.23 0.21 0.16 0.16

0.27 1994 3. Michelle Bolt, FS 9. Shannon Jones, CSN 0.21 13. Cyndee Bennett, UU 0.19 13. Heather Medearis, UNM 0.19 28. Kim Maher, FS 0.15 1995 4. Scia Maumausolo, CSN 0.25 17. Cyndee Bennett, UU 0.18 31. Chelo Lopez, CSN 0.14 Sarah Fredstrom, CSU 0.14 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

1997

3. Kim Rondina, UNLV

0.31

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

Rachael Goodpaster, UNLV 0.29 1999 10. 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

.396

2004 6. Christina Clark, FS 30. Katie Torres, TU

0.34 0.24

3. Stacey Porter, UH

.479

2005 19. Christina Clark, FS

0.29

2004 42. Christina Clark, FS

.396

2007 16. Kate Robinson, UH

0.30

2005 49. Tyleen Tausaga, UH 54. Elisa Barrios, SJSU

.391 .390

2008

0.34

2006 15. Christina Clark, FS

.430

2007 48. Tyleen Tausaga, UH

.402

2008 50. Noelle Micka, NEV

.399

1999 42. Danielle Cassara, UNM .405 42. Holly Schmillen, CSU .405 45. Angela Cervantez, FS .404

2009 3. Amberly Waits, LTU .488 17. Hoku Nohara, NMSU .429 39. Tiare Jennings, NMSU .407 2010 28. Amberly Waits, LTU 42. Kelly Majam, UH

.412 .400

2011 27. Hoku Nohara, NMSU .426 2012

0.48 0.44 0.37 61 WACSports.com

26. Christine Thomsen, USU .418 27. Delaney Willard, BYU .418 33. Melanie Goff, LTU .409 40. JC Clayton, BYU .405 50. Jessica Iwata, UH .400

7. Kate Robinson, UH

2009

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

2010

3. Kelly Majam, UH 7. Melissa Gonzalez, UH 13. Kathy Cox, BSU 27. Michelle Moses, FS 34. Hoku Nohara, NMSU 41. Jessica Iwata, UH 42. Amanda Tauali’i, UH

0.45 0.38 0.34 0.31 0.30 0.28 0.27

2011 1. Hoku Nohara, NMSU 0.43 33. Devon Bridges, BSU 0.30 45. Jessica Iwata, UH 0.27 2012

20. Delaney Willard, BYU 26. Michelle Moses, FS 33. Kelly Majam, UH 49. Jessica Iwata, UH

0.32 0.31 0.28 0.26

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NCAA STATISTICAL LEADERS 1991 30. Charmelle Green, UU 0.75 35. Deb DiMeglio, UU 0.73

2012 30. Sara Parsons, NEV 0.30 30. Delaney Willard, BYU 0.30 42. Melanie Goff, LTU 0.29

1993 18. Beth Calcante, CSN 31. Kim Maher, FS

1995 17. Laura Berg, FS

RUNS BATTED IN PER GAME

0.88 0.79

1.00 1994 12. Michelle Bolt, FS 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

0.92 2008 31. Kate Robinson, UH 49. Brittany McConnell, SJSU 0.84 2009

6. Tiare Jennings, NMSU 1.13 7. Amberly Waits, LTU 1.13

2010

9. Hoku Nohara, NMSU 1.15

2011 3. Hoku Nohara, NMSU 1.30 33. Valerie Swedberg, NMSU 1.02 35. Devon Bridges, BSU 1.00 2012 2. Delaney Willard, BYU 1.54 18. Jessica Iwata, UH 1.08 Staci Rodriguez, NMSU 1.11 2013 16.

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 2006 15. Christina Clark, FS

0.34

2007 26. Brittany Puzey, NEV 0.31 33. Ashley Rozkos, NMSU 0.29 2008 48. Noelle Micka, NEV

0.29

2009 23. Amberly Waits, LTU

0.31

2010 19. Kelsey Starr, NEV 0.33 24. Jessica Iwata, UH 0.33 48. Kelli Fangonilo, SJSU 0.29 2011 11. Karley Hopkins, NEV 0.34

TRIPLES PER GAME

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

2005 17. Jana Arde, SJSU

0.11

2006 5. Emma Barnes, LT 0.14 22. Courtney Lewis, SJSU 0.10 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

2012 22. Brenna Moss, FS

0.09

2013 19. Hailey Froton, USU 40. Amber Olive, NMSU

0.11 0.09

EARNED RUN AVERAGE

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

1994 1. Amy Windmiller, CSN 3. Kathy Blake, CSN 6. Ali Andrus, UU 22. Maureen Brady, FS

0.36 0.51 0.61 0.98

1995

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

3. Kim Peck, FS 14. Lindsay Parker, FS 21. Susie Bugliarello, CSS 39. Jennifer Clark, FS 41. Tara Glaister, CSN

0.63 1.02 1.11 1.28 1.31

1997 19. Amanda Scott, FS 0.94 24. Monica Jimenez, UU 1.00 38. Ali Andrus-Sagas, UU 1.23 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

2004 2005

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

0.64

2009 9. Morgan Melloh, FS 25. Meghan Krieg, LTU 36. Mallary Darby, NEV

9.9 8.7 8.2

1. Jamie Southern, FS

0.54

2010 18. Morgan Melloh, FS

10.2

2. Jamie Southern, FS

0.46

2011 43. Kaia Parnaby, UH 45. Meghan Krieg, LTU

8.2 8.2

2006 50. Robin Mackin, FS

1.54

2007 21. Robin Mackin, FS

1.37

2008 28. Morgan Melloh, FS

1.28

2011 13. Kaia Parnaby, UH 1.28 32. Stephanie Ricketts, UH 1.52 2012 23. Stephanie Ricketts, UH 1.49 27. Kaia Parnaby, UH 1.52 2013 20. Teri Lyles, UTA 1.59 31. Amanda Pridmore, SJSU 1.69

STOLEN BASES PER GAME

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 1999

2003 20. Jamie Southern, FS

8. Cayley Warner, UNM 0.71

2002 26. Jessie Smith, TU

0.50

2010 38. Kylie Randall, NMSU

0.53

2011 12. Kylie Randall, NMSU 44. Haley Gilleland, FS

0.66 0.50

2012 35. Michelle Cox, SJSU

0.49

STRIKEOUTS PER 7 INNINGS

1992 22. Dena Mullins, UNM

6.4

1993 12. Tami Blunt, CSS 7.5 16. Amy Windmiller, CSN 6.6 22. Marcie Green, FS 6.3

VICTORIES

1991 18. Janet Womack, UU 22 Stephanie Smith, UNM 22 1993 15. Dena Mullins, UNM

25

1994 1. Maureen Brady, FS 4. Ali Andrus, UU 17. Amy Windmiller, CSN

36 32 26

1995

5. Maureen Brady, FS

29

1997

5. Nikki Johnson, CSU

33

1998 17. 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

2003 9. Melissa Coogan, UH 20. Jamie Southern, FS

32 25

2004 13. Jamie Southern, FS

30

2005 15. Jamie Southern, FS 25. Carol Forbes, SJSU

28 25

2006 15. Robin Mackin, FS

28

2007

36

5. Robin Mackin, FS

2008 2. Morgan Melloh, FS 38. Katie Holverson, NEV

42 22

2009 7. Morgan Melloh, FS 30 12. Katie Holverson, NEV 28 43. Stephanie Ricketts, UH 22

1994 9. Susie Bugliarello, CSS 7.6 13. Amy Windmiller, CSN 7.3

2010 17. Stephanie Ricketts, UH 30

1995

2011 40. Alex Newman, NMSU 23 46. Stephanie Ricketts, UH 22

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

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NCAA STATISTICAL LEADERS SAVES

2008 7. Katie Holverson, NEV 25. Meghan Krieg, LTU 40. Jessica Morton, UH

6 4 3

2009 26. Wanda Malone, LTU 3 26. Amanda Pridmore, SJSU 3 2010 11. Amanda Pridmore, SJSU 4 Shelbi Tyteca, USU 4 2011 8. Lela Work, BSU 31. Celisha Walker, NMSU

6 3

2012 9. Shelbi Tyteca, USU 16. Alex Newman, NMSU 40. Karlyn Jones, NEV 40. Amanda Pridmore, SJSU

5 4 3 3

2013 2. Amanda Pridmore, SJSU 21. Melanie Goff, LTU 33. Callie Collins, UTA Haylee Staton, UTSA

7 4 3 3

WALKS PER GAME

1995 19. Scia Maumausolo, CSN 0.60 2000 20. Kara Kanney, SJSU 23. Dana Degen, UH

0.54 0.53

2003 17. Stacey Porter, UH

0.63

2006

0.77

7. Christina Clark, FS

2007 46. Kasey Igarta, SJSU

0.61

2008 10. Courtney Baughman, UH 0.99 21. Krissi Oliver, LTU 1.19 2010 41. Hoku Nohara, NMSU 0.69 43. Kelly Majam, UH 0.67

2009

2. Amberly Waits, LTU 20. Tiare Jennings, NMSU 31. Hoku Nohara, NMSU 33. Angie Ortega, NMSU 35. Amanda Tauali’i, UH

.934 .779 .747 .741 .738

2004 20. Elisa Barrios, SJSU 26. Tracie Uchima, UH 45. Christina Clark, FS

0.05 0.05 0.06

2005 16. Christina Clark, FS

0.05

2010

5. Kelly Majam, UH 10. Hoku Nohara, NMSU 17. Melissa Gonzalez, UH 39. Kathy Cox, BSU 43. Jessica Iwata, UH

.919 .825 .807 .738 .729

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

2011 1. Hoku Nohara, NMSU 1.007 26. Devon Bridges, BSU .785 36. Valerie Swedberg, NMSU .748

2010 21. Caitlin Stiglich, FS

19.9

2011 22. Kellie Caplan, BSU

21.2

2012 10. Delaney Willard, BYU .859 40. Jessica Iwata, UH .740

2012 26. Christine Thomsen, USU 22.6 27. Amber Olive, NMSU 22.4

2013 26. Staci Rodriguez, NMSU .780

2013 46. Jolene Koons, USU

RUNS PER GAME

WALKS ALLOWED PER 7 INNINGS

2013 10. Alex Newman, NMSU 0.92 49. Amanda Pridmore, SJSU 1.50

2011 3. Hoku Nohara, NMSU .610 17. Devon Bridges, BSU .531 27. Tiare Jennings, NMSU .517

HITS ALLOWED PER 7 INNINGS

2012 29. Melanie Goff, LTU

4.70 2011 27. Kaia Parnaby, UH 45. Stephanie Ricketts, UH 4.94

2008 3. Kylie Bassett, LTU 7. Regan Clark, LTU 20. Natasha Hawkins, SJSU

6 5 4

2009 5. Clare Warwick, UH 50. Kylie Bassett, LTU Sam Bias, NEV Britton Murdock, NEV

5 3 3 3

2007 31. Haley Perkins, FS

0.95

2008 44. Haley Perkins, FS

0.84

2010 4. Kelly Majam, UH 18. Jessica Iwata, UH

1.23 1.02

2011 23. Kandis Jones, NMSU 1.02 29. Tiare Jennings, NMSU 0.97 43. Kylie Randall, NMSU 0.93 1.08 0.90

SACRIFICE HITS PER GAME

HIT BY PITCH PER GAME

2006

1. Chrtistine Echols, LTU 0.53

2009 11. Kanani Pu’u-Warren, UH 0.34 2010

6. Kanani Pu’u-Warren, UH 0.41

1996

3. Nina Lindenberg, FS .897 6. Scia Maumausolo, CSN .820

TOUGHEST TO STRIKE OUT

1997

3. Kim Rondina, UNLV

2004

.940 .738

8. Christina Clark, FS

.802

2005 29. Christina Clark, FS

.731

2006 25. Christina Clark, FS

.739

2007 34. Kate Robinson, UH

.733

2008 26. Kate Robinson, UH

.745

5 5

1.00

7. Christina Clark, FS

2012 10. Alex Aguirre, UH

2003 4. Stacey Porter, UH 22. Christina Clark, FS

2013 18. Hailey Froton, USU Amber Olive, NMSU

2006

4. Scia Maumausolo, CSN .848

1998 11. Nina Lindenberg, FS .773

5 4 4 4

14. Brenna Moss, FS 28. Stesha Brazil, FS 28. JC Clayton, BYU 28. Brooke Ortiz, FS

2012

1995

.941

2012

0.93

0.25

1994 8. Shannon Jones, CSN .749 19. Kim Maher, FS .698

4

2004 18. Christina Clark, FS

2010 25. Jessi Hanna, BSU

.677

2011 44. Kylie Randall, NMSU

0.80 2011 3. Aubray Zell, BSU 21. Celisha Walker, NMSU 1.29

0.28 0.22

1993 15. Kim Maher, FS

2010 45. Haley Gilleland, FS 4 45. Nicole Rupp-Tindall, USU 4

0.93 0.93

2008 23. Kaulana Gould, UH 40. Haley Gilleland, FS

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE

8 7 5 5

2003 17. Stacey Porter, UH 18. Christina Clark, FS

2012 27. Kelly Majam, UH

1991 17. Charmelle Green, UU .632

2009 1. Kym Silagyi, NEV 5. Sarah Taylor, SJSU 18. Kelli Fangonilo, SJSU 18. Amanda Tauali’i, UH

2010 26. Aubray Zell, BSU

2012 11. Kelly Majam, UH 44. JC Clayton, BYU

2013 34. Amanga Krueger, LTU 0.70

10 7 5

1996 18. Nina Lindenberg, FS 0.98

2011 3. Hoku Nohara, NMSU 1.13 9. Tiare Jennings, NMSU 0.89 32. Devon Bridges, BSU 0.70 0.74

18.0

TRIPLES

2008 1. Amberly Waits, LTU 9. Haley Perkins, FS 20. Sarah Taylor, SJSU

1993

0.40

1. Wendy Stewart, UU

0.0

1995 12. Scia Maumausolo, CSN 1997

4. Laura Berg, FS

0.01

1998

2. Amy Alves, UNLV 6. Laura Berg, FS

0.01 0.01

2001 11. Becky Witt, FS

0.03

2002 18. Stacie Hirano, UH 25. April Crowell, UH 27. Pam Perez, FS

0.04 0.04 0.04

2003 11. Elisa Barrios, SJSU 21. Christina Clark, FS

0.04 0.05

1. Karlyn Jones, NEV

2010 44. Michelle Moses, FS 49. Meghan Krieg, LTU

1.32

0.57

5.05 5.13

2013 37. Amanda Pridmore, SJSU 4.95

HOME RUNS

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

2010

1. Kelly Majam, UH 4. Melissa Gonzalez, UH 7. Kathy Cox, BSU 15. Michelle Moses, FS 20. Jessica Iwata, UH 20. Amanda Tauali’i, UH 28. Jenna Rodriguez, UH 37. Hoku Nohara, NMSU

ON BASE PERCENTAGE

2010 27. Kelly Majam, UH .519 30. Hoku Nohara, NMSU .518 42. Amberly Waits, LTU .506

.510

SACRIFICE FLIES

Brittany McConnell, SJSU 5 2010 9. 22. Jessica Kirby, LTU 4 2012 23. Megan Fincher, NEV Jessica Garcia, SJSU Meghan Knowles, LTU Sara Parsons, NEV Sarah Robinson, UH

4 4 4 4 4

30 25 21 19 18 18 17 16

2013 29. Kelsey Dodd, NMSU

4

2011 1. Hoku Nohara, NMSU 25. Devon Bridges, BSU 40. Jessica Iwata, UH 40. Tiare Jennings, NMSU

24 16 15 15

2012 27. Michelle Moses, FS

2012 19. Michelle Moses, FS 19. Delaney Willard, BYU

18 18

2011 31. Stephanie Ricketts, UH

2013 10. Staci Rodriguez, NMSU 20

HIT BATTERS

2013 1. Anna Cross, LTU 30. Teri Lyles, UTA

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STRIKEOUTS

2010 33. Meghan Krieg, LTU

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2011 26. Meghan Krieg, LTU 289 38. Stephanie Ricketts, UH 250 50. Michelle Moses, FS 224 253

2013 29. Amanda Pridmore, SJSU 254

SHUTOUTS

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2012 11. Michelle Moses, FS 12 17. Stephanie Ricketts, UH 10 29. Kaia Parnaby, UH 9 2013 23. Amanda Pridmore, SJSU 8


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WAC ALL-TIME STANDINGS 1991 WAC Overall W L T Pct. Utah 8 2 0 .800 San Diego State 7 3 0 .700 New Mexico 7 3 0 .700 Creighton 4 6 0 .400 Colorado State 4 6 0 .400 Southern Utah 0 10 0 .000

W L T Pct. 28 16 0 .636 26 20 1 .565 35 19 0 .648 38 25 0 .603 22 26 0 .458 5 26 0 .161

1992 WAC Overall W L T Pct. Utah 9 1 0 .900 New Mexico 8 2 0 .800 Colorado State 4 6 0 .400 San Diego State 4 6 0 .400 Creighton 3 7 0 .300 Southern Utah 2 8 0 .200

W L T Pct. 25 20 0 .556 30 21 0 .588 33 25 0 .569 20 37 0 .351 20 32 0 .385 7 36 0 .163

1993 WAC Overall W L T Pct. Cal State Northridge 20 2 0 .909 Sacramento State 17 5 0 .773 Fresno State 14 10 0 .583 New Mexico 12 12 0 .500 12 12 0 .500 Utah Southern Utah 4 20 0 .167 San Diego State 3 21 0 .125

W L T Pct. 48 9 1 .836 36 21 0 .632 38 24 0 .613 33 21 0 .611 23 22 0 .511 9 36 0 .200 23 36 0 .469

1994 WAC Overall W L T Pct. Cal State Northridge 21 3 0 .875 Utah 22 4 0 .846 Fresno State 21 5 0 .808 New Mexico 11 15 0 .423 11 16 1 .411 Sacramento State Colorado State 9 16 0 .360 San Diego State 4 19 1 .188 Southern Utah 1 22 0 .043

W L T Pct. 52 10 0 .839 51 13 0 .797 49 16 0 .754 26 22 0 .531 25 30 1 .455 22 30 1 .425 21 29 1 .422 6 42 0 .125

1995 WAC Overall W L T Pct. Cal State Northridge 22 5 0 .815 20 7 0 .741 Utah Fresno State 18 8 0 .692 18 9 0 .667 Sacramento State Colorado State 12 15 0 .444 San Diego State 10 18 0 .357 New Mexico 6 22 0 .214 Southern Utah 3 25 0 .107

W L T Pct. 43 17 0 .717 31 20 0 .608 50 19 0 .725 40 15 0 .727 24 19 0 .558 21 39 0 .350 12 36 0 .250 14 44 1 .237

1996 WAC Overall W L T Pct. Fresno State 24 2 0 .923 Cal State Northridge 21 7 0 .750 Utah 17 7 0 .708 Colorado State 16 12 0 .571 Sacramento State 12 14 0 .462 San Diego State 12 16 0 .429 New Mexico 5 23 0 .179 Southern Utah 1 27 0 .036

W L T Pct. 51 11 0 .823 43 16 0 .729 32 22 0 .593 31 22 0 .585 32 26 0 .552 27 30 0 .474 18 32 0 .360 13 48 0 .213

1997 WAC Overall W L T Pct. Colorado State 26 6 0 .813 Fresno State 23 9 0 .719 Utah 22 10 0 .688 Hawai‘i 18 14 0 .568 UNLV 17 15 0 .531 San Diego State 14 18 0 .438 San Jose State 10 22 0 .313 New Mexico 9 23 0 .281 Tulsa 5 27 0 .156 64 2014 WAC Softball Media Guide

W L T Pct. 51 14 0 .785 55 14 0 .797 44 18 0 .710 37 25 1 .595 26 28 0 .481 30 30 0 .500 24 38 0 .387 19 38 0 .333 17 40 0 .298


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WAC ALL-TIME STANDINGS 1998

Fresno State Hawai‘i Utah Colorado State San Diego State UNLV San Jose State Tulsa New Mexico

WAC Overall

W L T Pct. 28 2 0 .933 22 8 0 .733 19 13 0 .594 16 13 0 .552 14 17 0 .452 13 19 0 .406 11 21 0 .345 8 22 0 .267 8 24 0 .250

W L T Pct. 52 11 0 .825 46 15 1 .754 36 21 0 .632 30 21 0 .588 24 35 0 .407 21 30 0 .412 26 33 0 .441 20 36 0 .357 23 40 0 .365

1999 WAC Overall W L T Pct. Fresno State 24 0 0 1.000 New Mexico 14 7 0 .667 Hawai‘i 16 8 0 .667 San Diego State 16 8 0 .667 Utah 8 11 0 .421 UNLV 8 16 0 .333 Colorado State 6 14 0 .300 Tulsa 6 17 0 .261 San Jose State 2 19 0 .095

W L T Pct. 65 10 0 .867 42 14 0 .750 35 23 1 .603 24 24 0 .500 28 27 0 .509 18 31 0 .367 17 24 0 .415 19 39 0 .328 13 47 0 .217

2000 WAC Overall W L T Pct. Fresno State 16 2 0 .889 Hawai‘i 11 9 0 .550 10 10 0 .500 Loyola Marymount Portland State 8 10 0 .444 Tulsa 7 13 0 .350 6 14 0 .300 San Jose State

W L T Pct. 54 14 0 .794 25 24 0 .510 36 27 0 .571 22 34 0 .393 20 32 0 .385 19 37 0 .339

2001

WAC Overall

2002

WAC Overall

W L T Pct. Fresno State 13 3 0 .813 Hawai‘i 16 4 0 .800 Loyola Marymount 10 10 0 .500 Portland State 9 11 0 .450 San Jose State 5 15 0 .250 3 13 0 .188 Tulsa

W L T Pct. Fresno State 18 6 0 .750 Tulsa 15 9 0 .625 Hawai‘i 15 9 0 .625 14 10 0 .583 Loyola Marymount Portland State 11 13 0 .458 San Jose State 8 16 0 .333 Louisiana Tech 3 21 0 .125

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 T Pct. 39 19 0 .672 46 18 0 .719 37 22 0 .627 25 36 0 .410 26 41 0 .388 13 42 0 .236

W L T Pct. 50 20 0 .714 48 16 0 .750 35 25 0 .583 38 34 0 .515 22 35 0 .386 25 44 0 .362 21 27 0 .438

WAC Overall

W L T Pct. 17 3 0 .850 14 4 0 .778 8 10 0 .444 8 12 0 .400 6 14 0 .276 5 15 0 .250

W L T Pct. 40 20 0 .667 36 22 0 .621 26 35 0 .426 34 29 0 .540 16 42 0 .276 22 35 0 .386

WAC Overall

W L T Pct. 20 4 0 .833 16 5 0 .762 13 11 0 .542 10 11 0 .476 10 14 0 .417 9 13 0 .409 1 21 0 .045 65 WACSports.com

W L T Pct. 48 20 0 .706 45 18 0 .714 38 28 0 .576 27 33 0 .450 28 33 0 .459 16 35 0 .314 8 46 0 .148


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WAC ALL-TIME STANDINGS 2005 WAC Overall W L T Pct. Fresno State 17 1 0 .944 Hawai‘i 12 6 0 .667 Tulsa 11 7 0 .611 San Jose State 10 8 0 .556 Nevada 8 10 0 .444 3 15 0 .167 UTEP Louisiana Tech 2 16 0 .111

W L T Pct. 43 12 0 .781 31 21 0 .596 31 20 0 .508 36 25 0 .590 22 31 0 .415 16 38 0 .296 18 49 0 .269

2006 WAC Overall

W L T Pct. Fresno State 12 3 0 .800 San Jose State 11 6 0 .647 Hawai‘i 10 7 0 .588 Nevada 9 9 0 .500 New Mexico State 8 9 0 .471 Louisiana Tech 6 11 0 .353 Utah State 3 14 0 .176

W L T Pct. 37 19 0 .661 23 27 0 .460 32 22 0 .593 33 33 0 .500 26 23 0 .531 18 31 0 .367 8 38 0 .174

2007 WAC Overall W L T Pct. Hawai‘i 16 2 0 .889 Fresno State 15 3 0 .833 New Mexico State 9 9 0 .500 Nevada 9 9 0 .500 6 12 0 .451 San Jose State Utah State 5 13 0 .278 Louisiana Tech 3 15 0 .167

W L T Pct. 50 13 0 .794 47 18 0 .723 31 27 0 .545 28 31 0 .475 23 28 0 .451 17 36 0 .321 22 38 0 .368

2008 WAC Overall Nevada Fresno State Hawai‘i Louisiana Tech New Mexico State San Jose State Utah State

W L T Pct. 16 2 0 .889 14 3 0 .824 10 7 0 .588 7 10 0 .412 7 11 0 .389 5 13 0 .278 2 15 0 .118

W L T Pct. 44 18 0 .710 54 13 0 .806 40 21 0 .656 37 29 0 .561 26 36 0 419 26 35 0 .426 14 34 0 .292

2009 WAC Overall W L T Pct. Nevada 15 5 0 .750 Fresno State 15 5 0 .750 15 6 0 .714 Hawai‘i Louisiana Tech 12 8 0 .600 New Mexico State 11 9 0 .550 San Jose State 6 15 0 .286 Boise State 4 16 0 .250 Utah State 3 17 0 .150

W L T Pct. 40 19 0 .678 38 20 0 .655 30 24 0 .556 34 23 0 .596 33 21 0 .611 19 37 0 .339 22 30 0 .423 10 37 0 .213

2010 WAC Overall Hawai‘i Fresno State Boise State Louisiana Tech San Jose State New Mexico State Utah State Nevada

W L T Pct. 19 1 0 .950 15 6 0 .714 13 8 0 .619 11 10 0 .524 8 13 0 .381 7 14 0 .333 5 14 0 .263 4 16 0 .200

W L T Pct. 50 16 0 .758 41 21 0 .661 29 32 0 .475 26 21 0 .553 34 25 0 .576 27 28 0 .591 20 30 0 .400 17 28 0 .378

2011 WAC Overall W L T Pct. New Mexico State 17 4 0 .810 Fresno State 15 6 0 .714 Boise State 15 6 0 .714 Hawai‘i 14 7 0 .667 Utah State 8 13 0 .381 Louisiana Tech 6 15 0 .286 San Jose State 5 16 0 .238 Nevada 4 17 0 .190

W L T Pct. 44 17 0 .721 35 19 0 .648 33 20 0 .623 37 18 0 .673 15 42 0 .263 17 39 0 .304 19 35 0 .352 13 34 0 .277

2012 WAC Overall W L T Pct. Hawai‘i 17 3 0 .850 Brigham Young 15 4 0 .789 Fresno State 13 6 0 .684 San Jose State 9 10 0 .474 Nevada 9 12 0 .429 Louisiana Tech 8 12 0 .400 New Mexico State 5 16 0 .238 Utah State 4 17 0 .190 66 2014 WAC Softball Media Guide

W L T Pct. 44 9 0 .830 45 15 0 .750 36 23 0 .610 28 28 0 .500 21 36 0 .368 25 33 0 .431 24 29 0 .453 17 36 0 .321


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WAC ALL-TIME STANDINGS 2013 WAC Overall W L T Pct. San Jose State 17 4 0 .810 New Mexico State 16 5 0 .762 Louisiana Tech 11 10 0 .524 Texas State 10 11 0 .476 UTSA 9 12 0 .429 8 13 0 .381 UT Arlington Seattle U 8 13 0 .381 5 16 0 .238 Utah State

W L T Pct. 42 17 0 .712 37 20 0 .649 27 26 0 .509 18 38 0 .321 27 26 0 .509 25 28 0 .472 20 33 0 .377 11 43 0 .204

COMPOSITE STANDINGS Cal State Northridge Fresno State Brigham Young Hawai‘i Utah Sacramento State Loyola Marymount Boise State Colorado State New Mexico State Texas State UNLV Nevada Portland State San Diego State UTSA Seattle U UT Arlington Tulsa San Jose State New Mexico Louisiana Tech Creighton Utah State UTEP Southern Utah

WAC Games W L T Pct. 84 17 0 .832 349 88 0 .799 15 4 0 .789 238 108 0 .687 137 67 0 .672 58 44 1 .568 34 30 0 .531 32 30 0 .516 93 88 0 .514 80 77 0 .510 10 11 0 .476 57 63 0 .475 92 106 0 .465 28 34 0 .452 93 120 1 .437 9 12 0 .429 8 13 0 .381 8 13 0 .381 78 127 0 .380 136 227 0 .375 78 131 0 .373 85 154 0 .356 7 13 0 .350 35 120 0 .226 4 36 0 .100 11 112 0 .089

*Cal State Northridge *Brigham Young *Fresno State *Hawai‘i *Utah *Sacramento State *Loyola Marymount *Colorado State New Mexico State *New Mexico *UTSA *Boise State *Creighton *Nevada *Tulsa *UT Arlington *San Diego State *San Jose State *UNLV *Louisiana Tech *Portland State *Seattle U *Texas State *Utah State *UTEP *Southern Utah

All Games W L T Pct. 186 52 1 .780 45 15 0 .750 918 350 0 .724 606 327 3 .649 262 158 0 .624 133 92 1 .591 111 83 0 .572 200 160 1 .556 248 201 0 .552 215 204 0 .513 27 26 0 .509 84 82 0 .506 58 57 0 .504 278 293 0 .487 227 246 0 .480 25 28 0 .472 192 245 2 .439 424 567 0 .428 44 59 0 .427 267 364 0 .423 69 105 0 .397 20 33 0 .377 18 38 0 .321 112 296 0 .275 24 84 0 .222 48 190 0 .202

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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 Cal State Northridge 52-10, 21-3 WAC 1994 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 Fresno State 65-10, 24-0 WAC 1999 2000 Fresno State 54-14/16-2 WAC 2001 Fresno State 39-19/13-3 WAC 2002 Fresno State 50-20/18-6 WAC Hawai‘i 40-20/17-3 WAC 2003 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 2010 Hawai’i 50-16/19-1 WAC 2011 New Mexico State 44-17/17-4 WAC 2012 Hawai‘i 44-9/17-3 WAC 2013 San Jose State 42-17/17-4 WAC 67 WACSports.com

Runner-Up San Diego State New Mexico Sacramento State 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

Fresno State Fresno State Boise State Brigham Young New Mexico State

41-21/15-6 WAC 35-19/15-6 WAC 33-20/15-6 WAC 45-15/15-4 WAC 37-20/16-5 WAC


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WAC HONORS/ALL-WAC TEAMS PLAYER OF THE YEAR

1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

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 Jessica Iwata, Hawai’i Jessica Iwata, Hawai‘i Delaney Willard, Brigham Young Staci Rodriguez, NM State

COACH OF THE YEAR

1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

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 Bob Coolen, Hawai‘i Kathy Rodolph, NM State Bob Coolen, Hawai‘i Peter Turner, San Jose State

PITCHER OF THE YEAR

1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

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 Stephanie Ricketts, Hawai’i Stephanie Ricketts, Hawai‘i Stephanie Ricketts, Hawai‘i Amanda Pridmore, San Jose State

FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR

1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

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 Kelly Majam, Hawai’i Valerie Swedberg, NM Mexico State Leisha Li‘ili‘i, Hawai‘i Anna Cross, Louisiana Tech

ALL-WAC TEAMS 1991

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 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

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 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

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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 Malia Kuenzli, Colorado State Chelo Lopez, CS Northridge Pam McKissick, Utah Heather Medearis, New Mexico Jennifer Parker, CS Northridge Shanon Pouelsen, San Diego State


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ALL-WAC TEAMS 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

2000

2002

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

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

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

1999

2001

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

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

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

First Team Christy Cerecedes, Loyola Marymount Desiree Duran, Hawai‘i Lindsay Fossatti, Fresno State Natalie Gonzales, Hawai‘i Kate Judd, Hawai‘i Brandi McGuire, Tulsa Michelle Murnam, Hawai‘i Stacey Porter, Hawai‘i Anna Trauernicht, Loyola Marymount Becky Witt, Fresno State 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

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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

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


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ALL-WAC TEAMS 2004

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 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

2008

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

2010

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

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 Brandi Peiler, Hawai‘i Kym Silagyi, Nevada Sarah Taylor, San Jose State Amberly Waits, Louisiana Tech Clare Warwick, Hawai‘i

Second Team Julianne Aiello, San Jose State Kellie Caplan, Boise State Allie Crump, Boise State Kandis Jones, New Mexico State Brittany McConnell, San Jose State Morgan Melloh, Fresno State Noelle Micka, Nevada Hoku Nohara, New Mexico State Andrea Ortega, Fresno State Angie Ortega, New Mexico State Danielle Patrick, Nevada Kylie Randall, New Mexico State Amanda Tauali`i, Hawai‘i

2007

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

2011

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

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

Second Team Alex Aguirre, Hawai‘i Nicole Angene, Fresno State Christina Capobianco, Boise State Tina Ferguson, Utah State Janna Frandrup, Louisiana Tech Erin Jones, Nevada Meghan Krieg, Louisiana Tech Allison Lenzora, Utah State Kelly Majam, Hawai‘i Ashley Maroda, New Mexico State Brooke Ortiz, Fresno State Kassy Uchida, Utah State Tazz Weatherly, Boise State

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First Team Kathy Cox, Boise State Haley Gilleland, Fresno State Melissa Gonzalez, Hawai‘i Jessica Iwata, Hawai‘i Tiare Jennings, New Mexico State Meghan Krieg, Louisiana Tech Kelly Majam, Hawai‘i Michelle Moses, Fresno State Stephanie Ricketts, Hawai‘i Jenna Rodriguez, Hawai‘i Nicole Rupp-Tindall, Utah State Caitlin Stiglich, Fresno State Amberly Waits, Louisiana Tech

First Team Devon Bridges, Boise State Teresa Conrad, New Mexico State Allie Crump, Boise State Jessica Iwata, Hawai‘i Tiare Jennings, New Mexico State Kandis Jones, New Mexico State Michelle Moses, Fresno State Hoku Nohara!, New Mexico State Andrea Ortega, Fresno State Kylie Randall, New Mexico State Stephanie Ricketts, Hawai‘i Valerie Swedberg, New Mexico State Aubray Zell, Boise State


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ALL-WAC TEAMS/ACADEMIC ALL-WAC TEAMS 2012

First Team JC Clayton, Brigham Young Jessica Dugas, Brigham Young Makani Duhaylonsod-Kaleimamahu, Hawai‘i Melanie Goff, Louisiana Tech Jessica Iwata, Hawai‘i Kelly Majam, Hawai‘i Michelle Moses, Fresno State Sara Parsons, Nevada Amanda Pridmore, San Jose State Stephanie Ricketts, Hawai‘i Sarah Robinson, Hawai‘i Christine Thomsen, Utah State Delaney Willard, Brigham Young Second Team Alex Aguirre, Hawai‘i Tori Almond, Brigham Young Chelsea Barilli, Nevada Michelle Cox, San Jose State Karley Hopkins, Nevada Shaleese Javillo, New Mexico State Karlyn Jones, Nevada Leisha Li‘ili‘i, Hawai‘i Katie Manuma, Brigham Young Vonnie Martin, Fresno State Courtney Moore, Fresno State Kaia Parnaby, Hawai‘i Briana Tovio-Asato, New Mexico State

2013

First Team Darian Blake, UTSA Markesha Collins, San Jose State Michelle Cox, San Jose State Anna Cross, Louisiana Tech Isabella Geronimo, Seattle U Amanda Krueger, Louisiana Tech Bubba Morrow, Seattle U Alex Newman, New Mexico State Amber Olive, New Mexico State Amanda Pridmore, San Jose State Staci Rodriguez, New Mexico State Christine Thomsen, Utah State Nina Villanueva, UT Arlington Second Team Emma Adams, New Mexico State Brooke Baker, Texas State Kelli Baker, Texas State Devin Caldwell, San Jose State Kristi Covarrubia, New Mexico State Hailey Froton, Utah State Melanie Goff, Louisiana Tech Macie Hair, Texas State Rayn House, Texas State Erin Kipp, Louisiana Tech Haley Lemons, Texas State Teri Lyles, UT Arlington Malena Padilla, New Mexico State

ACADEMIC ALL-WAC TEAMS 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

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

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

1994

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

1995

1996

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 Lee Ann Taylor, CS Northridge Robyn Yorke, Fresno State

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

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

1999

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 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

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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


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ACADEMIC ALL-WAC 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

Elisa Barrios, San Jose State Leah Beasley, Louisiana Tech Erin Chernicky, Louisiana Tech Ami Day, Tulsa Cindy Elkins, Nevada Robyn Ford-Feitz, Nevada Tara Hall, San Jose State Mitzi Ing, Fresno State Noelle Izumi, Hawai‘i Marie Jackson, Hawai‘i Justina Kahaku, Hawai‘i Courtney Lewis, San Jose State Carrie Mackey, Nevada Brandi McGuire, Tulsa Amber Miles, Louisiana Tech Stacy Mueller, Nevada Megan Nunn, Nevada Danielle Olsen, Tulsa Holly Reynolds, Tulsa Jamie Southern, Fresno State Brittany Stanley, Louisiana Tech Kari Stockhill, Nevada Tracie Uchima, Hawai‘i Pam West, Fresno State Stacey Walkingstick, Tulsa Sabra Warner, Louisiana Tech

2004

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

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

2006

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

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

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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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ACADEMIC ALL-WAC 2010

Alex Aguirre, Hawai‘i Julianne Aiello, San Jose State Vanessa Alvarez, Boise State Tiffany Autry, New Mexico State Jody Badorine, Fresno State Brittany Barcellos, Boise State Chelsea Barilli, Nevada Kylie Bassett, Louisiana Tech Holly Bourke, Boise State Brynne Buchanan, Hawai‘i Kali Cancelosi, Utah State Kellie Caplan, Boise State Ashley Collier, Boise State Teresa Conrad, New Mexico State Heather Doiron, Louisiana Tech Rachel Evans, Utah State Megan Fincher, Nevada Janna Frandrup, Louisiana Tech Cheryl Freitas, San Jose State Christina Gamboa, Louisiana Tech BranDee Garcia, San Jose State Haley Gilleland, Fresno State Molly Goza, Louisiana Tech Kate Greenough, Utah State Katie Grimes, Hawai‘i Kendra Harmon, Louisiana Tech Mandy Harmon, Utah State Megan Harvey, Boise State Simone Hubbard, Utah State Jessica Iwata, Hawai‘i Kandis Jones, New Mexico State Michelle Jones, Louisiana Tech Tehani Kaaihue, New Mexico State Meghan Knowles, Louisiana Tech Meghan Krieg, Louisiana Tech Lauren Lastrapes, Nevada Breanna Lopez, San Jose State Kelly Majam, Hawai‘i Ashley Maroda, New Mexico State Lauren Morizi, New Mexico State Britton Murdock, Nevada Alexandra Newman, New Mexico State Amanda Nims, Nevada Sarah Offut, Louisiana Tech Amber Olive, New Mexico State Kaia Parnaby, Hawai‘i Amanda Pridmore, San Jose State Samantha Puzey, Nevada Kylie Randall, New Mexico State Stephanie Ricketts, Hawai‘i Diane Runge, Fresno State Nicole Rupp-Tindall, Utah State Torrey Schroeder, New Mexico State Lauren Shanks, San Jose State Caitlin Stiglich, Fresno State Kelly Sweeney, Boise State Carissa Theis, New Mexico State Kallan Thompson, Louisiana Tech Shasta Tyteca, Utah State Shelbi Tyteca, Utah State Amberly Waits, Louisiana Tech Rebecca Walker, Fresno State Tassarah Weatherly, Boise State Kortnee Wiley, Nevada Sydney Williard, New Mexico State Traci Yoshikawa, Hawai‘i

2011

2012

Alexandra Aguirre, Hawai‘i Vanessa Alvarez, Boise State Nicole Angene, Fresno State Brittany Barcellos, Boise State Holly Bourke, Boise State Devon Bridges, Boise State Chelsea Brilli, Nevada Brynne Buchanan, Hawai‘i Kali Cancelosi, Utah State Kellie Caplan, Boise State Ashley Collier, Boise State Teresa Conrad, New Mexico State Tatem Day, Utah State Heather Doiron, Louisiana Tech Megan Fincher, Nevada Janna Frandrup, Louisiana Tech Cheryl Freitas, San Jose State BranDee Garcia, San Jose State Jessica Garcia, San Jose State Haley Gilleland, Fresno State Molly Goza, Louisiana Tech Janessa Gutierrez, San Jose State Rebecca Hall, Fresno State Amanda Harmon, Utah State Kendra Harmon, Louisiana Tech Megan Harvey, Boise State Jourdan Hitchings, Utah State Jessica Iwata, Hawai‘i Tiare Jennings, New Mexico State Jacey Jensen, Hawai‘i Kandis Jones, New Mexico State Michelle Jones, Louisiana Tech Tehani Kaaihue, New Mexico State Erin Kipp, Louisiana Tech Cassie Krieg, Louisiana Tech Meghan Krieg, Louisiana Tech Meghan Knowles, Louisiana Tech Lauren Lastrapes, Nevada Breanna Lopez, San Jose State Kelly Majam, Hawai‘i Ashley Maroda, New Mexico State Megan McDonald, Utah State Samantha Miller, Utah State Britton Murdock, Nevada Alexandra Newman, New Mexico State Amber Olive, New Mexico State Brooke Ortiz, Fresno State Dara Pagaduan, Hawai‘i Sara Parsons, Nevada Kaylan Pollard, Fresno State Kylie Randall, New Mexico State Stephanie Ricketts, Hawai‘i Sarah Robinson, Hawai‘i Alyssa Ruiz, New Mexico State Diane Runge, Fresno State Caitlin Stiglich, Fresno State Valarie Swedberg, New Mexico State Kelly Sweeney, Boise State Annie Thomas, Utah State Shasta Tyteca, Utah State Shelbi Tyteca, Utah State Kassandra Uchida, Utah State Demi Walker, Fresno State Mackenzie Whyte, Boise State Kortnee Wiley, Nevada Moniqua Wilson, Louisiana Tech Lela Work, Boise State Maghan Yurek, Boise State Aubray Zell, Boise State

Alexandra Aguirre, Hawai‘i Tori Almond, Brigham Young Chelsea Barilli, Nevada Stesha Brazil, Fresno State Brittany Clifton, New Mexico State Teresa Conrad, New Mexico State Kristi Covarubia, New Mexico State Michelle Cox, San Jose State Christina Cummings, Utah State Tatem Day, Utah State Kelsey Dodd, New Mexico State Chelsea Dohwardt, New Mexico State Karysta Donisthorpe, New Mexico State Carly Duckworth, Brigham Young Megan Fincher, Nevada Janna Frandrup, Louisiana Tech Cheryl Freitas, San Jose State Janine Godwin, Louisiana Tech Dacia Hale, Louisiana Tech Kendra Harmon, Louisiana Tech Bailie Hicken, Brigham Young Katelynn Hill, Louisiana Tech Vanessa House, San Jose State Alexandra Hudson, Brigham Young Anna Hudson, Brigham Young Jessica Iwata, Hawai‘i Tiare Jennings, New Mexico State Michelle Jones, Louisiana Tech Tehani Kaaihue, New Mexico State Alayna Kipp, Louisiana Tech Erin Kipp, Louisiana Tech Sharla Kliebenstein, Hawai‘i Meghan Knowles, Louisiana Tech Amanda Krueger, Louisiana Tech Allison Lang, San Jose State Lauren Lastrapes, Nevada Leisha Li‘ili‘i, Hawai‘i Breanna Lopez, San Jose State Kelly Majam, Hawai‘i Vonnie Martin, Fresno State Tiffany Messerschmidt, Brigham Young Courtney Moore, Fresno State Michelle Moses, Fresno State Brenna Moss, Fresno State Alexandra Newman, New Mexico State Amber Olive, New Mexico State Brooke Ortiz, Fresno State Malena Padilla, New Mexico State Dara Pagaduan, Hawai‘i Sara Parsons, Nevada Kaylan Pollard, Fresno State Amanda Pridmore, San Jose State Sam Puzey, Nevada Stephanie Ricketts, Hawai‘i Sarah Robinson, Hawai‘i Staci Rodriguez, New Mexico State Diane Runge, Fresno State Nicole Schultz, San Jose State Emily Seidel, Nevada Lauren Shanks, San Jose State Alex Stange, San Jose State Annie Thomas, Utah State Christine Thomsen, Utah State Stacie Toney, Brigham Young Briana Tovio-Asoto, New Mexico State Shelbi Tyteca, Utah State Caroline Umphlett, Brigham Young Kortnee Wiley, Nevada Jazmine Zamora, Hawai‘i

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2013

Emma Adams, New Mexico State Nicole Arata, Utah State Brooke Baker, Texas State Kelli Baker, Texas State Samantha Beeson, UTSA Victoria Birdwell, UTSA Darian Blake, UTSA Rebecca Cable, Seattle U Devin Caldwell, San Jose State Sarah Chow, Utah State Callie Collins, UT Arlington Teresa Conrad, New Mexico State Kristi Covarrubia, New Mexico State Anna Cross, Louisiana Tech Erin Crowley, Seattle U Michelle Cox, San Jose State Kelsey Dodd, New Mexico State Katie Doerre, Texas State Janna Frandrup, Louisiana Tech Cheryl Freitas, San Jose State Janine Godwin, Louisiana Tech Dacia Hale, Louisiana Tech Rogin Hardy, Seattle U Amanda Harmon, Utah State Courtney Harris, Texas State Anna Hernandez, Texas State Cosette Hernandez, UTSA Rayn House, Texas State Jessie Hufstetler, San Jose State Rachael Hunsaker, Utah State Jenny Hurst, Seattle U Michelle Jones, Louisiana Tech Tehani Kaaihue, New Mexico State Brooke Keel, Texas State Erin Kipp, Louisiana Tech Alayna Kipp, Louisiana Tech Meghan Knowles, Louisiana Tech Amanda Krueger, Louisiana Tech Brittney Lott, Seattle U Megan Low, UTSA Jordan Masek, Texas State Kristen Miles, Louisiana Tech Samantha Miller, Utah State Bubba Morrow, Seattle U Alex Newman, New Mexico State Amber Olive, New Mexico State Malena Padilla, New Mexico State Sarah Petosa, Seattle U Amanda Pridmore, San Jose State Taylor Purdy, San Jose State Coralee Ramirez, Texas State Staci Rodriguez, New Mexico State Alyssa Ruiz, New Mexico State Jolene Schaefer, UT Arlington Nicole Schultz, San Jose State Siera Sproul, UTSA Kallan Thompson, UT Arlington Christine Thomsen, Utah State Kassandra Uchida, Utah State Jessica Ulrich, Seattle U Casey Watt, San Jose State Allegra Wilde, Seattle U Ashley Wright, Texas State Taylor Zink, UT Arlington Shelbi Tyteca, Utah State


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WAC PLAYERS OF THE WEEK 1991 (Selected as Spring Sport Athlete of the Week) April 2 Janet Womack, Utah

1992 April 14 April 21 April 28 May 4

Julie Garcia, New Mexico Julie Clancy, San Diego State Stacie Stafford, Colorado State Janet Womack, Utah

1993 March 30 April 5 April 12 April 19 April 26 May 3 May 10 May 17

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

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

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

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

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 April 1 April 8 April 15 April 22 April 29 May 6 May 13

Scia Maumausolo, CS Northridge Susie Bugliarello, CS Sacramento Amy ReCouper, Colorado State Lindsay Parker, Fresno State Cyndee Bennett, Utah 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

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

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

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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 March 15 Summer Ehrsam, San Diego State Amanda Scott, Fresno State March 22 Geney Orris, UNLV Danielle Cassara, New Mexico March 29 Angela Cervantez, Fresno State Amanda Scott, Fresno State April 5 Danielle Cassara, New Mexico Lindsay Parker, Fresno State April 12 Sara Hyzer, Colorado State Kelly Gentle, Hawai‘i April 19 Angela Cervantez, Fresno State Lindsay Parker, Fresno State April 26 Danielle Cassara, New Mexico Kelly Gentle, Hawai‘i May 3 Alicia Dowland, Fresno State Kristern Hunter, Fresno State May 10 Sarah Hershman, San Diego State Kathy Moore, New Mexico

2000 (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 May 8 Dana Degen, Hawai‘i Corianne Rogalsky, Loyola Marymount May 15 Kristen Hunter, Fresno State Amanda Scott, Fresno State


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WAC PLAYERS OF THE WEEK 2001

2003

2005

(Hitter of the Week listed first, Pitcher of the Week second) Feb. 5 April Crowell, Hawai‘i Felicity Witt, Fresno State Feb. 12 Amy Walter, San Jose State 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 April 9 Kiauna Anderson, Portland State 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 May 14 Kim Bissett, Loyola Marymount Morgan Seibert, Portland State

(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

2002

2004

(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

(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 Feb. 25 Sami Strinz, Loyola Marymount Jamie Southern, Fresno State March 4 Christy Cerecedes, Loyola Marymount Jamie Southern, Fresno State March 11 Denise Dahlberg, Hawai‘i Carol Forbes, San Jose State March 18 Danielle Olsen, Tulsa Jamie Southern, Fresno State March 25 Trisha Gomes, Loyola Marymount Ami Day, Tulsa April 1 Stacey Porter, Hawai‘i Sabra Warner, Louisiana Tech April 8 Veronica Ramos, San Jose State Leslie Poole, Fresno State April 15 Natalie Gonzales, Hawai‘i Desiree Duran, Hawai‘i April 22 Lindsay Fossatti, Fresno State Morgan Seibert, Portland State April 29 Jessie Smith, Tulsa Jamie Southern, Fresno State May 6 Vanessa Applegate, Portland State Christy Cercedes, Loyola Marymount May 13 Danielle Olsen, Tulsa Brianne Ferguson, San Jose State

(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 April 12 Christina Clark, Fresno State Maren Genow, Tulsa April 19 Kelly Miller, Tulsa Jamie Southern, Fresno State April 26 Heather Hiar, Tulsa Candice Rainwater, Nevada May 3 Denise Dahlberg, Hawai‘i Shannon Tabion, Hawai‘i May 10 Candice Rainwater, Nevada Maren Genow, Tulsa May 17 Jamie Southern, Fresno State Tiffant Hoeft, Nevada

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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


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WAC PLAYERS OF THE WEEK 2007

(Hitter of the Week listed first, Pitcher of the Week second) Feb. 12 Tyleen Tausaga, Hawai‘i Justine Smethurst, Hawai‘i Ashley Ozkos, New Mexico State Feb. 19 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 Robin Mackin, Fresno State March 26 Kristin Sylvester, Fresno State Kim Watson, New Mexico State April 2 Haley Perkins, Fresno State Jordan McPherson, Nevada Tyleen Tausaga, Hawai‘i April 9 Justine Smethurst, Hawai‘i April 16 Sarah Hunt, Nevada Jordan McPherson, Louisiana Tech April 23 Ashley Frisby, New Mexico State Kate Robinson, Hawai‘i April 30 Tyleen Tausaga, Hawai‘i Justine Smethurst, Hawai‘i May 7 Kelsey Starr, Nevada Kim Watson, New Mexico State

2008

(Hitter of the Week listed first, Pitcher of the Week second) Feb. 11 Tyler Schafer, Nevada Katie Holverson, Nevada Feb. 18 Tanisha Milca, Hawai‘i 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 April 7 Jessica Kirby, Louisiana Tech Katie Holverson, Nevada April 14 Ashley Maroda, New Mexico State Morgan Melloh, Fresno State April 21 Kym Silagyi, Nevada Krissi Oliver, Louisiana Tech April 28 Vanessa Briones, Nevada Jordan McPherson, Nevada May 5 Katie Grimes, Hawai‘i Morgan Melloh, Fresno State

2009

(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 March 30 April 6 April 13 April 20 April 27 May 4

Haley Perkins, Fresno State Stephanie Ricketts, Hawai‘i Jessica Kirby, Louisiana Tech Krissi Oliver, Louisiana Tech Makani Duhaylonsod-Kaleimamahu, Hawai‘i Morgan Melloh, Fresno State Angie Ortega, New Mexico State Kim Watson, New Mexico State Amberly Waits, Louisiana Tech Morgan Melloh, Fresno State Brooke Phipps, Fresno State Meghan Krieg, Louisiana Tech Heather Doiron, Louisiana Tech Stephanie Ricketts, Hawai‘i

2010

(Hitter of the Week listed first, Pitcher of the Week second) Feb. 15 Angie Ortega, New Mexico State Morgan Melloh, Fresno State Feb. 22 Kelly Majam, Hawai‘i Kaia Parnaby, Hawai‘i March 1 Hoku Nohara, New Mexico State Jennifer Ames, San Jose State March 8 Kelli Fangonilo, San Jose State Stephanie Ricketts, Hawai‘i March 15 Andrea Ortega, Fresno State Mackenzie Oakes, Fresno State March 22 Kelly Majam, Hawai‘i Michelle Moses, Fresno State March 29 Kathy Cox, Boise State Stephanie Ricketts, Hawai‘i April 5 Katie Grimes, Hawai‘i Meghan Krieg, Louisiana Tech April 12 Jessica Iwata, Hawai‘i Meghan Krieg, Louisiana Tech April 19 Lauren Lastrapes, Nevada Morgan Melloh, Fresno State April 26 Tina Ferguson, Utah State Stephanie Ricketts, Hawai‘i May 3 Tazz Weatherly, Boise State Meghan Krieg, Louisiana Tech May 10 Holly Bourke, Boise State Michelle Moses, Fresno State

2011

(Hitter of the Week listed first, Pitcher of the Week second) Feb. 14 Michelle Moses, Fresno State Stephanie Ricketts, Hawai`i Feb. 21 Jessica Iwata, Hawai`i Jennifer Ames, San Jose State Feb. 28 Haley Gilleland, Fresno State Alex Newman, New Mexico State March 7 Hoku Nohara, New Mexico State Kaia Parnaby, Hawai`i Aubray Zell, Boise State March 14 Danielle Patrick, Nevada Allie Crump, Boise State March 21 Hoku Nohara, New Mexico State Mackenzie Oakes, Fresno State March 28 Devon Bridges, Boise State Mackenzie Oakes, Fresno State April 4 Heather Doiron, Louisiana Tech Michelle Moses, Fresno State April 11 Tiare Jennings, New Mexico State Aubray Zell, Boise State April 18 Tiare Jennings, New Mexico State Kaia Parnaby, Hawai`i April 25 Michelle Moses, Fresno State Aubray Zell, Boise State May 2 Allison Lenzora, Utah State Mandy Harmon, Utah State May 9 Valerie Swedberg, New Mexico State Stephanie Ricketts, Hawai`i 76 2014 WAC Softball Media Guide

2012

(Hitter of the Week listed first, Pitcher of the Week second) Feb. 13 Delaney Willard, Brigham Young Stephanie Ricketts, Hawai‘i Tiare Jennings, New Mexico State Feb. 20 Mackenzie Oakes, Fresno State Feb. 27 Janna Frandrup, Louisiana Tech Michelle Moses, Fresno State March 5 Ashley Butera, Nevada Stephanie Ricketts, Hawai‘i March 12 Leisha Li‘ili‘i, Hawai‘i Amanda Pridmore, San Jose State March 19 Jessica Iwata, Hawai‘i Stephanie Ricketts, Hawai‘i March 26 Delaney Willard, Brigham Young Stephanie Ricketts, Hawai‘i April 2 Vanessa House, San Jose State Madison Fish, San Jose State Brooke Ortiz, Fresno State, INF April 9 Michelle Jones, Louisiana Tech April 16 Makani Duhaylonsod-Kaleimamahu, UH Kaia Parnaby, Hawai‘i April 23 Jessica Garcia, San Jose State Michelle Moses, Fresno State April 30 Delaney Willard, Brigham Young Stephanie Ricketts, Hawai‘i May 7 Kelly Majam, Hawai‘i Tori Almond, Brigham Young

2013

(Hitter of the Week listed first, Pitcher of the Week second) Feb. 11 Markesha Collins, San Jose State Allison Lang, San Jose State Feb. 18 Staci Rodriguez, New Mexico State Michelle Jones, Louisiana Tech Feb. 25 Teresa Conrad, New Mexico State Amanda Pridmore, San Jose State March 4 Amanda Krueger, Louisiana Tech Teri Lyles, UT Arlington March 11 Siera Sproul, UTSA Teri Lyles, UT Arlington March 18 Christine Thomsen, Utah State Amanda Pridmore, San Jose State March 25 Vivian Tijerina, UTSA Amanda Pridmore, San Jose State April 1 Melanie Goff, Louisiana Tech Anna Cross, Louisiana Tech April 8 Michelle Cox, San Jose State Alex Newman, New Mexico State April 15 Staci Rodriguez, New Mexico State Richelle Ashburn, Seattle U April 22 Christine Thomsen, Utah State Amanda Pridmore, San Jose State April 29 Staci Rodriguez, New Mexico State Teri Lyles, UT Arlington May 6 Courtney Harris, Texas State Amanda Pridmore, San Jose State


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WAC HONORS NFCA ALL-AMERICANS

1999

Second Team Kelly Brookhart, Creighton Charmelle Green, Utah

First Team Angela Cervantez, Fresno State Amanda Scott, Fresno State Second Team Kristen Hunter, Fresno State

1993

Third Team

1991

First Team

Beth Calcante, CS Northridge Scia Maumausolo, CS Northridge

2000

Lovie Jung, Fresno State Becky Witt, Fresno State

First Team

Third Team

Second Team Dana Degen, Hawai‘i

1994

Third Team

First Team

Amy Windmiller, CS Northridge Robyn Yorke, Fresno State

Second Team

Ali Andrus, Utah Michelle Bolt, Fresno State Kim Maher, Fresno State Amy Timmel, Utah

Third Team

Laura Berg, Fresno State Maureen Brady, Fresno State Tamara Ivie, CS Northridge Shannon Jones, CS Northridge

1995

First Team

Robyn Yorke, Fresno State Laura Berg, Fresno State

2002

First Team

2003

First Team

Amanda Scott, Fresno State

Lovie Jung, Fresno State

Jamie Southern, Fresno State

Stacey Porter, Hawai‘i

Second Team Jamie Southern, Fresno State Christina Clark, Fresno State

2004

First Team

2005

First Team

Jamie Southern, Fresno State Christina Clark, Fresno State

Jamie Southern, Fresno State

Second Team Susie Bugliarello, CS Sac Scia Maumausolo, CS Northridge

2006

First Team

Christina Clark, Fresno State

1996

Third Team

Robin Mackin, Fresno State Tyleen Tausaga, Hawai‘i

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

Second Team Kate Robinson, Hawai‘i Calre Warwick, Hawai‘i

Julie Crandall, UNLV

Robin Mackin, Fresno State Tyleen Tausaga, Hawai‘i

2008

Second Team Morgan Melloh, Fresno State Noelle Micka, Nevada

2010

First Team

Melissa Gonzalez, Hawai‘i

Second Team Kelly Majam, Hawai‘i

Second Team Hoku Nohara, New Mexico State

2012

Delaney Willard, Brigham Young

Second Team Stephanie Ricketts, Hawai‘i

NFCA ALL-REGION 1991

First Team

Kelly Brookhart, Creighton Charmelle Green, Utah

Second Team Tracy VunKannon, New Mexico Gloria Marcott, New Mexico

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Dena Mullins, New Mexico

Second Team Heather Medearis, New Mexico Julie Clancy, San Diego State Amy Cowley, Utah

First Team

Beth Calcante, CS Northridge Scia Maumausolo, CS Northridge Donna McDaniel, Fresno State Kim Meyer, CS Sacramento

Second Team

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

1994

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

2011

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

2007

Third Team

First Team

1993

Second Team Tami Blunt, CS Sacramento Kathy Blake, CS Northridge

1992

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


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WAC HONORS 1997

First Team

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

Second Team

Nina Lindenberg, Fresno State Kim Rondina, UNLV Marnie Hill, New Mexico Tia Morenz, Hawai‘i Amber Solano, Colorado State

1998

First Team

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

Second Team `

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

1999

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

2010

Stephanie Ricketts, Hawai‘i Amanda Tauali‘i, Hawai‘i Amberly Waits, Louisiana Tech

First Team

Melissa Gonzalez, Hawai‘i Jenna Rodriguez, Hawai‘i Kelly Majam, Hawai‘i Hoku Nohara, New Mexico State

Second Team Katie Torres, Tulsa Melissa Coogan, Hawai‘i April Crowell, Hawai‘i

Second Team

Kathy Cox, Boise State Jessica Iwata, Hawai‘i Michelle Moses, Fresno State Stephanie Ricketts, Hawai‘i

2004

2011

2003

First Team

Christina Clark, Fresno State Stacey Porter, Hawai‘i Jamie Southern, Fresno State

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

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

Second Team Kristin Sylvester, Fresno State Brittany Puzey, Nevada Ashley Rozkos New Mexico State

2008

First Team

Jenna Cervantez, Fresno State Haley Gilleland, Fresno State Kaulana Gould, Hawai‘i Morgan Melloh, Fresno State Noelle Micka, Nevada Kate Robinson, Hawai‘i

Second Team

Vanessa Briones , Nevada Katie Holverson, Nevada Brandi Peiler, Hawai‘i Aja Scheuber, Fresno State

2009

First Team

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

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First Team

Hoku Nohara, New Mexico State

Second Team

Devon Bridges, Boise State Karley Hopkins, Nevada Jessica Iwata, Hawai’i Tiare Jennings, New Mexico State Michelle Moses, Fresno State Stephanie Ricketts, Hawai’i

2012

First Team

JC Clayton, Brigham Young Michelle Moses, Fresno State Stephanie Ricketts, Hawai‘i Delaney Willard, Brigham Young

Second Team Tori Almond, Brigham Young Kelly Majam, Hawai‘i Stacie Toney, Brigham Young

2013

First Team Second Team

Staci Rodriguez, New Mexico State Erin Kipp, Louisiana Tech Amber Olive, New Mexico State Amanda Pridmore, San Jose State

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 Tracie Uchima, Hawai‘i 2005 2011 Kandis Jones, New Mexico State


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NCAA TOURNAMENT HISTORY 1991

1995

NCAA College Word Series - Oklahoma City, Okla. Fresno State def. Utah, 2-0 Missouri def. Utah, 2-0

NCAA Regional - Sacramento, Calif. Fresno State def. California, 2-1 Iowa def. Sacramento State, 3-0 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

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

1992

NCAA Regional - Los Angeles, Calif. UCLA def. Utah, 1-0 UCLA def. Utah, 7-2 (10 Innings)

1993

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 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

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)

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 - Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma State def. Utah, 3-0 Oklahoma def. Utah, 7-1

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 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 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

2000

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 - 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

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

2001

1997

NCAA Regional - Tucson, Ariz. Texas Tech def. Hawai‘i, 4-2 Southwest Texas State def. Hawai‘i, 2-1

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

1998

NCAA Regional - Tucson, Ariz. Pacific def. Hawai‘i, 6-0 Hawai‘i def. Niagara, 5-1 Pacific def. Hawai‘i, 4-3 NCAA Regional - Fresno, Calif. Fresno State def. 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) 79 WACSports.com

NCAA Regional - Los Angeles, Calif. Wisconsin def. Fresno State, 3-1 CS Northridge def. Fresno State, 3-1

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 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

2004

NCAA Regional - Stanford, Calif. Southern Illinois 2, Fresno State 0 Fresno State 3, Auburn 1 (10) Pacific 6, Fresno State 1

2005

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


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NCAA TOURNAMENT HISTORY 2006

2010

2008

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 - 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)

NCAA Regional - Corvallis, Ore. Oregon State 2, Nevada 1 Portland State 2, Nevada 1

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

2007

NCAA Regional - Stanford, Calif. Fresno State 2, Stanford 0 LSU 1, Fresno State 0 (9) Stanford 1, 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 - 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 - Los Angeles, Calif. Nevada 4, Purdue 1 UCLA 6, Nevada 4 (9) Nevada 2, Purdue 1 UCLA 4, Nevada 3

NCAA Super Regional - Knoxville, Tenn. Tennessee 9, Hawai‘i 0 (5) Hawai‘i 9, Tennessee 6 Tennessee 7, Hawai‘i 1

2009

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

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Yrs. W L Pct. Fresno State 19 47 37 .560 (1993, ‘94, ‘95, ‘96, ‘97, ‘98, ‘99, ‘00, ‘01, ‘02, ‘03, ‘04, ‘05, ‘06, ‘07, ‘08, ‘09, ‘10, ‘11) Cal State Northridge (1993, ‘94, ‘95, ‘96)

4

12

10

.545

Hawai‘i 8 19 17 .527 (1998, ‘99, ‘01, ‘03, ‘07, ‘08, ‘10, ‘12) Brigham Young (2012)

1

2

2

.500

Colorado State (1997)

1

2

2

.500

Louisiana Tech (2008)

1

2

2

.500

Utah (1991, ‘92, ‘94, ‘95, ‘97)

5 9 12 .429

Nevada (2006, ‘08, ‘09)

3 3 6 .333

New Mexico State (2011)

1

1

2

.333

Sacramento State (1993, ‘95)

2

0

4

.000

San Jose State (2013)

1

0

2

.000

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UCLA Regional - Los Angeles, Calif. San Diego State 3, Fresno State 2 Fresno State 6, Saint Mary’s 0 Fresno State 4, San Diego State 3 UCLA 7, Fresno State 2 Stanford Regional - Palo Alto, Calif. Hawai‘i 10, UC Davis 2 (5) Hawai‘i 6, at Stanford 3 Hawai‘i 7, Texas Tech 1 NCAA Super Regional - Tuscaloosa, Ala. Alabama 8, Hawai‘i 0 (5) Hawai‘i 8, Alabama 7 Hawai‘i 5, Alabama 4 NCAA College World Series - Oklahoma City, Okla. Hawai‘i 3, Missouri 2 UCLA 5, Hawai‘i 2 Arizona 5, Hawai‘i 1

2011

Tucson Regional - Tucson, Ariz. New Mexico State 9, Texas Tech 0 (5) Arizona 8, New Mexico State 0 Texas Tech 6, New Mexico State 4 Stanford Regional - Palo Alto, Calif. Fresno State 1, Nebraska 0 (10) Stanford 3, Fresno State 1 Nebraska 5, Fresno State 0

2012

Eugene Regional - Eugene, Ore. Brigham Young 4, Mississippi State 3 (9) Oregon 6, Brigham Young 4 Brigham Young 2, Portland State 0 Oregon 4, Brigham Young 1 Tucson Regional - Tucson, Ariz. Notre Dame 7, Hawai‘i 3 (9) North Dakota State 9, Hawai‘i 7

2013

Tempe Regional - Tempe, Ariz. Arizona State 5, San Jose State 2 San Diego State 5, San Jose State 2


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WAC TOURNAMENT HISTORY 1991 - Seymour Smith Field, Omaha, Neb. (May 9-11)

1999 - Bulldog Diamond, Fresno, Calif. (May 7-10)

2007 - Bulldog Diamond, Fresno, Calif. (May 9-12)

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

Seeds:1-Hawai‘i, 2-Fresno State, 3-New Mexico State, 4-Nevada, 5-San Jose State, 6-Utah State, 7-Louisiana Tech

G TEAMS 1 Colorado State Creighton

R-H-E-INN 2-6-1 (7) 0-3-3

G TEAMS 1 Hawai‘i UNLV

R-H-E-INN 4-11-0 (7) 3-9-0

G TEAMS 1 Louisiana Tech Utah State

R-H-E-INN 8-13-1 (7) 1-4-2

2

New Mexico Southern Utah

6-8-1 (7) 4-7-4

2 San Diego State Utah

1-3-1 (7) 4-7-1

2

5-11-0 (7) 0-5-2

3

Utah Colorado State

2-7-1 (7) 0-0-1

3 New Mexico Hawai‘i

2-6-5 (7) 3-13-0

3 New Mexico State Nevada

4-5-0 (7) 0-1-3

4

New Mexico San Diego State

1-4-1 (8) 0-5-1

4 Fresno State Utah

2-5-1 (7) 1-6-1

4

Hawai‘i Louisiana Tech

5-6-0 (7) 2-6-1

5

Creighton San Diego State

1-4-1 (9) 0-7-1

5

0-4-4 (7) 2-4-0

5

Fresno State New Mexico State

3-7-0 (7) 2-4-1

6

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

Nevada Louisiana Tech

3-5-1 (7) 2-9-2

7 Hawai‘i Utah

1-4-0 (7) 4-5-0

8

San Jose State New Mexico State

3-4-1 (7) 1-7-0

8

Utah New Mexico

2-5-0 (7) 0-4-2

8

3-7-0 (7) 2-5-1

9

Fresno State Hawai‘i

9-11-2 (7) 3-8-2

9

Creighton New Mexico

1-5-0 (7) 0-4-0

9 Hawai’i Utah

0-12-2 (13) 2-11-3

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 Utah Creighton

4-21-7 (25) 3-16-6

2006 - Bulldog Diamond, Fresno, Calif. (May 11-13)

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 TEAMS 1 Creighton Colorado State

R-H-E-INN 5-5-2 (7) 1-7-3

2

8-10-0 (7) 0-4-2

San Diego State Southern Utah

New Mexico San Diego State

Fresno State San Diego State

Seeds: 1-Fresno State, 2-San Jose State, 3-Hawai‘i, 4-Nevada, 5-New Mexico State, 6-Louisiana Tech G TEAMS 1 Hawai‘i Louisiana Tech

R-H-E-INN 8-11-0 (5) 0-0-2

2

Nevada New Mexico State

3

Seeds:1-Nevada, 2-Fresno State, 3-Hawai‘i, 4-Louisiana Tech, 5-New Mexico State, 6-San Jose State, 7-Utah State

Hawai‘i San Jose State

3-8-0 (7) 1-7-2

3 Louisiana Tech Hawai‘i

2-5-0 (7) 1-6-1

4

Nevada Fresno State

2-5-2 (7) 1-4-2

4

Nevada San Jose State

5-9-2 (7) 0-3-1

5

New Mexico State San Jose State

5-5-0 (7) 0-5-1

5

Louisiana Tech Fresno State

3-9-2 (8) 2-7-0

6

Fresno State Louisiana Tech

9-12-1 (5) 0-1-1

6

New Mexico State Utah State

3-6-1 (7) 0-1-0

7

Hawai‘i San Jose State

12-13-1 (7) 4-9-5

8

Fresno State New Mexico State

7-8-1 (10) 6-14-2

5

Colorado State San Diego State

2-10-1 (8) 1-5-0

6

Creighton Southern Utah

12-13-2 (7) 5-8-4

7

Hawai‘i Fresno State

6-10-1 (7) 5-10-0

7

Utah New Mexico

1-5-0 (7) 0-4-0

8

Nevada New Mexico State

1-6-1 (7) 0-3-3

Colorado State Creighton

2-6-0 (7) 0-4-1

9 Hawai‘i Nevada

1-4-0 (7) 0-2-4

New Mexico Colorado State

1-3-2 (7) 0-2-3

10 Nevada Hawai‘i

4-7-1 (7) 2-7-1

Utah New Mexico

1-0-0 (7) 0-2-1

11 Nevada Hawai‘i

7-10-0 (7) 0-5-2

10

2008 - Rainbow Wahine Softball Stadium, Honolulu, Hawai‘i (May 7-10)

3-6-2 (7) 2-5-2

2-8-1 (7) 0-6-2

9

5-8-1 (7) 3-7-0

2

New Mexico San Diego State

12 Fresno State Nevada

2-3-1 (7) 0-1-1

4

8

3-4-1 (7) 1-6-2

R-H-E-INN 8-12-1 (7) 2-6-1

6-10-2 (7) 0-5-0

11 Nevada Hawai‘i

G TEAMS 1 San Jose State Utah State

3 Utah Creighton

Fresno State San Jose State

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Fresno State New Mexico State

9 Louisiana Tech Nevada

4-6-1 (7) 3-5-0

10

6-13-1 (7) 1-3-1

Hawai‘i Fresno State

11 Nevada Hawai‘i

2-7-0 (7) 1-2-0

12 Louisiana Tech Nevada

2-6-0 (7) 1-10-2


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WAC TOURNAMENT HISTORY 2009 - Bulldog Diamond, Fresno, Calif. (May 6-9)

2011 - Bulldog Diamond, Fresno, Calif. (May 11-14)

2013 - Lady Techster Softball Complex, Ruston, La. (May 8-11)

Seeds:1-Fresno State, 2-Nevada, 3-Hawai‘i, 4-Louisiana Tech, 5-New Mexico State, 6-San Jose State, 7-Boise State

Seeds:1-New Mexico State, 2-Boise State, 3-Fresno State, 4-Hawai‘i, 5-Utah State, 6-Louisiana Tech

Seeds:1-San Jose State, 2-New Mexico State, 3-Louisiana Tech, 4-Texas State, 5-UTSA, 6-UT Arlington

G TEAMS 1 Boise State San Jose State

R-H-E-INN 8-14-2 (9) 4-13-7

G TEAMS 1 Utah State Hawai‘i

R-H-E-INN 1-8-2 (7) 6-6-1

G TEAMS 1 UTSA Texas State

R-H-E-INN 6-7-1 0-7-0

2

5-7-0 (7) 4-6-2

2

Louisiana Tech Fresno State

2-3-0 (7) 0-2-0

2

UT Arlington Louisiana Tech

0-3-0 1-3-2

3

Hawai‘i New Mexico State

4-7-3 (7) 5-6-3

3 UTSA San Jose State

0-3-0 1-3-0

4

Louisiana Tech Boise State

2-12-1 (13) 3-9-1

4

0-3-0 3-10-0

5 Fresno State Hawai‘i

2-5-0 (7) 1-9-0

5 UT Arlington UTSA

2-5-0 0-3-1

6

Utah State Louisiana Tech

1-7-2 (7) 4-8-0

6

Texas State Louisiana Tech

6-4-0 1-4-3

7

Boise State New Mexico State

0-5-3 (7) 7-7-0

7

San Jose State New Mexico State

3-11-0 1-7-1

Nevada New Mexico State

3 Louisiana Tech Hawai‘i

7-9-1 (7) 1-6-2

4

4-5-0 (7) 0-2-1

Fresno State Boise State

Louisiana Tech New Mexico State

5 Louisiana Tech Nevada

4-8-0 (7) 0-6-0

6

New Mexico State San Jose State

6-11-2 (7) 1-5-3

7

Hawai‘i Boise State

10-12-2 (7) 2-4-3

8

Nevada New Mexico State

4-6-1 (7) 1-5-1

9

Fresno State Louisiana Tech

5-10-0 (7) 0-3-0

8

Fresno State Louisiana Tech

1-6-0 (7) 0-6-0

8

Texas State UT Arlington

5-14-0 1-7-2

10 Nevada Hawai‘i

4-9-3 (10) 2-7-2

9

Boise State Fresno State

2-6-2 (7) 3-5-0

9

New Mexico State Texas State

3-4-2 1-6-0

11

2-6-2 (9) 1-5-1

10

New Mexico State Fresno State

5-8-0 (7) 0-4-3

10

New Mexico State San Jose State

0-1-3 4-6-0

Nevada Louisiana Tech

12 Fresno State Nevada

3-9-1 (8) 2-4-0

2010 - NM State Softball Complex, Las Cruces, N.M. (May 12-15) Seeds:1-Hawai‘i, 2-Fresno State, 3-Boise State, 4-Louisiana Tech, 5-San Jose State, 6-New Mexico State G TEAMS 1 San Jose State Louisiana Tech

R-H-E-INN 6-7-3 (7) 5-6-2

2

Boise State New Mexico State

8-11-2 (7) 9-13-3

3

Hawai‘i San Jose State

16-16-3 (6) 8-6-1

4

Fresno State Boise State

5-11-0 (7) 4-6-1

5

San Jose State New Mexico State

9-13-1 (7) 8-11-2

6

Boise State Louisiana Tech

8-9-1 (7) 2-5-3

7

Hawai‘i Fresno State

8 9

2012 - NM State Softball Complex, Las Cruces, N.M. (May 9-12) Seeds:1-Hawai‘i, 2-Brigham Young, 3-Fresno State, 4-San Jose State, 5-Nevada, 6-Louisiana Tech G TEAMS 1 Nevada San Jose State

R-H-E-INN 6-8-0 9-12-2

2

17-14-0 (6) 7-10-2

Louisiana Tech Fresno State

3 San Jose State Hawai‘i

1-3-2 5-5-3

4

Louisiana Tech Brigham Young

1-3-3 6-7-1

5

Fresno State San Jose State

4-7-0 (8) 3-6-4

6 Nevada Louisiana Tech

5-11-0 6-11-3

16-17-1 (5) 1-3-1

7 Hawai‘i Brigham Young

4-11-1 6-10-0

Boise State San Jose State

6-11-3 (8) 5-11-1

8

11-14-0 (5) 2-6-3

Fresno State Boise State

6-12-0 (7) 5-7-6

9 Hawai‘i Fresno State

7-7-0 9-10-2

10

8-13-2 3-5-2

10 Fresno State Hawai‘i

4-6-1 (7) 3-13-1

11

14-13-1 (5) 3-6-1

Hawai‘i Fresno State

Fresno State Louisiana Tech

Brigham Young Fresno State

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WAC TOURNAMENT HISTORY 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

Angela Cervantez, Fresno State Janelle Gonzalez, Hawai‘i Sarah Farnworth, Utah 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

ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAMS 2007

2011

2008

2012

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

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

Devon Bridges, Boise State Allie Geisler, Louisiana Tech Haley Gilleland, Fresno State Tiare Jennings, New Mexico State Meghan Krieg, Louisiana Tech Courtney Moore, Fresno State Hoku Nohara, New Mexico State Alex Newman, New Mexico State Mackenzie Oakes, Fresno State Valerie Swedberg, New Mexico State (MVP) Lela Work, Boise State

Tori Almond, Brigham Young Dacia Hale, Louisiana Tech Jessica Iwata, Hawai‘i Meghan Knowles, Louisiana Tech Lauren Lastrapes, Nevada Kelly Majam, Hawai‘i Vonnie Martin, Fresno State Michelle Moses, Fresno State Amanda Pridmore, San Jose State Stacie Toney, Brigham Young (MVP) Delaney Willard, Brigham Young

2013

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

2010

Kathy Cox, Boise State Kelli Fangonilo, San Jose State Haley Gilleland, Fresno State Melissa Gonzalez, Hawai‘i Katie Grimes, Hawai‘i Natasha Hawkins, San Jose State Jessica Iwata, Hawai‘i Kelly Majam, Hawai‘i (MVP) Michelle Moses, Fresno State Caitlin Stiglich, Fresno State Lela Work, Boise State

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Brooke Baker, Texas State Kelli Baker, Texas State Markesha Collins, San Jose State Kelsey Dodd, New Mexico State Melanie Goff, Louisiana Tech Jessie Hufstetler, San Jose State Amanda Krueger, Louisiana Tech Alex Newman, New Mexico State Amanda Pridmore, San Jose State (MVP) Haylee Staton, UTSA Nina Villanueva, UT Arlington


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WAC TOURNAMENT HISTORY WON-LOSS RECORDS BSU BYU CSU CU FS UH LTU NEV UNLV UNM NMSU SDSU SJSU SUU TXST UTAH USU UTA UTSA Brigham Young vs. — — — — 1-0 1-0 1-0 — — — — — — — — — — — — Boise State vs. — — — — 0-4 0-1 2-0 — — — 1-1 — 2-0 — — — — — — Colorado State vs. — — — 2-2 — — — — — 0-1 — 1-0 — 1-0 — 0-1 — — — Creighton vs. — — 2-2 — — — — — — 1-0 — 1-0 — 1-0 — 1-2 — — — Fresno State vs. 4-0 0-1 — — — 4-4 4-3 1-2 — — 3-1 1-0 2-0 — — 2-0 — — — 1-0 0-1 — — 4-4 — 2-2 1-5 1-0 1-0 0-1 — 4-0 — — 0-2 1-0 — — Hawai‘i vs. Louisiana Tech vs. 0-2 0-1 — — 3-4 2-2 — 4-2 — — 0-1 — 0-1 — 0-1 — 2-0 1-0 — — — — — 1-2 5-1 2-4 — — — 4-1 — 2-1 — — — — — — Nevada vs. New Mexico vs. — — 1-0 0-1 — 0-1 — — — — — 2-1 — 1-0 — 0-3 — — — New Mexico State vs. 1-1 — — — 1-3 1-0 1-0 1-4 — — — — 2-4 — 1-0 — 1-0 — — San Diego State vs. — — 0-1 0-1 0-1 — — — — 1-2 — — — 1-0 — 0-1 — — — San Jose State vs. 1-2 — — — 0-2 0-4 — 1-2 — — 4-2 — — — — — 2-0 — 1-0 Southern Utah vs. — — 0-1 0-1 — — — — — 0-1 — 0-1 — — — — — — — Texas State vs. — — — — — — 1-0 — — — 0-1 — — — — — — 1-0 0-1 UNLV vs. — — — — — 0-1 — — — — — — — — — 0-1 — — — — — 1-0 2-1 0-2 2-0 — — 1-0 3-0 — 1-0 — — — — — — — Utah vs. Utah State vs. — — — — — 0-1 0-2 — — — 0-1 — 0-2 — — — — — — UT Arlington vs. — — — — — — 0-1 — — — — — — — 0-1 — — — 1-0 UTSA vs. — — — — — — — — — — — — 0-1 — 1-0 — — 0-1 —

COMPOSITE RECORDS School Brigham Young Utah Fresno State Nevada Creighton Colorado State Hawai‘i Texas State Louisiana Tech Boise State New Mexico State San Jose State New Mexico UT Arlington UTSA San Diego State UNLV Southern Utah Utah State

Appearances 1 (2012) 3 (1991, ’92, ’99) 8 (1999, ’06, ’07, ’08, ‘09, ‘10, ‘11, ‘12) 5 (2006, ’07, ’08, ‘09, ‘12) 2 (1991, ’92) 2 (1991, ’92) 8 (1999, ’06, ’07, ’08, ‘09, ‘10, ‘11, ‘12) 1 (2013) 7 (2006, ’07, ’08, ‘09, ‘10, ‘11, ‘12, ‘13) 3 (2009, ‘10, ‘11) 7 (2006, ’07, ’08, ‘09, ‘10, ‘11, ‘13) 7 (2006, ’07, ’08, ‘09, ‘10, ‘12, ‘13) 3 (1991, ’92, ’99) 1 (2013) 1 (2013) 3 (1991, ’92, ’99) 1 (1999) 2 (1991, ’92) 3 (2007, ’08, ‘11)

Most At Bats

Game: 14 Tournament: 35 Game: Tournament:

Most Hits

Game: Tournament:

Championships 1 (2012) 2 (1991, ’92) 3 (1999, ’07, ‘09) 1 (2006) 0 0 1 (2010) 0 1 (2008) 0 1 (2011) 1 (2013) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

WAC TOURNAMENT RECORDS

Most Runs

W L Pct 3 0 1.000 10 3 .769 21 11 .656 14 9 .609 6 4 .600 4 4 .500 15 15 .500 2 2 .500 12 14 .462 5 6 .455 9 12 .429 9 12 .429 4 6 .400 1 2 .333 1 2 .333 2 6 .250 0 2 .000 0 4 .000 0 6 .000

Jennifer Fotheringham, Utah (vs. Creighton), 1991 Gaylyn Hoshide, Utah (vs. Creighton), 1991 Laurel Simmons, Utah (vs. Creighton), 1991 Amy Timmel, Utah (vs. Creighton), 1991 Wendy Moon, Creighton (six games), 1991

5 8

Melanie Goff, Louisiana Tech (vs. Fresno State), 2012 Melissa Gonzalez, Hawai‘i (four games), 2010

7 11

Charmelle Green, Utah (vs. Creighton), 1991 Charmelle Green, Utah (four games), 1991

Most Doubles Game: 2 Tournament: 3

Most RBI

Game: Tournament:

11 11

Most Stolen Bases Game: 2 Tournament: 3

Most Walks Delaney Willard, Brigham Young (vs. Louisiana Tech), 2012 Kelley Kaneshiro, Utah State (vs. Louisiana Tech), 2011 Melissa Gonzalez, Hawai‘i (vs. San Jose State), 2010 Brooke Phipps, Fresno State (vs. Boise State), 2010 Makani Duhaylonsod-Kaleimamahu, Hawai’i (vs. Boise State), 2009 Brittany McConnell, San Jose State (vs. Nevada), 2008 Kristi Randall, New Mexico State (vs. Nevada), 2007 Jenna Rodriguez, Hawai‘i (four games), 2010 Kelly Brookhart, Creighton (six games), 1991 Charmelle Green, Utah (four games), 1991

Most Triples

Game: 1 by several players-last, Katelyn Hill, Loiuisiana Tech (vs. Utah State), 2011 Tournament: 2 Amanda Tauali’i, Hawai’i (three games), 2009

Most Home Runs

Game: 3 Dacia Hale, Louisiana Tech (vs. Fresno State), 2012 Tournament: 4 Kathy Cox, Boise State (five games), 2010

Dacia Hale, Louisiana Tech (vs. Fresno State), 2012 Dacia Hale, Louisiana Tech (four games), 2012

Game: 6 Tournament: 7

Most Strikeouts Game: 20 Tournament: 35

Chelsea Barilli, Nevada (vs. Louisiana Tech), 2012 Brenna Moss, Fresno State (vs. Brigham Young), 2012 Michelle Jones, Louisiana Tech (vs. Utah State), 2011 Kylie Randall, New Mexico State (vs. Nevada), 2009 Julie Garcia, New Mexico (vs. Southern Utah), 1991 Jessi Hanna, Boise State (five games), 2010 Julie Garcia, New Mexico (four games), 1991

Wendy Stewart, Utah (vs. Creighton), 1991 Kayla Wartner, Hawai‘i (three games), 2012 Deb DeMeglio, Utah (four games), 1991

Janet Womack, Utah (vs. Creighton), 1991 Katie Holverson, Nevada (six games), 2009 Morgan Melloh, Fresno State (four games), 2008

Fewest Hits Allowed (Complete Game) Game:

0

Janet Womack, Utah (vs. Colorado State), 1991

Most Innings Pitched Game: 31 Tournament: 69

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Kelly Brookhart, Creighton (vs. Utah), 1991 Janet Womack, Utah (vs. Creighton), 1991 Kelly Brookhart, Creighton (five games), 1991

Total 3-0 5-6 4-4 6-4 21-11 15-15 12-14 14-9 4-6 9-12 2-6 9-12 0-4 2-2 0-2 10-3 0-6 1-2 1-2


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NFCA POLLS 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

1996

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

1997

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 18. Oklahoma 19. Cal State Northridge

20. Louisiana-Monroe 21. DePaul 22. Central Michigan 23. Arizona State 24. Michigan State 25. Nebraska

1998

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

1999

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

2000

1. Oklahoma 2. UCLA 3. Arizona 4. Southern Mississippi 5. Washington 6. Alabama 7. California 8. DePaul 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

2002

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

2003

1. UCLA 2. California 3. Arizona 4. Texas 5. Oklahoma

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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

2004

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

2005

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 T-19. Baylor T-19. Long Beach State 21. Hofstra 22. Georgia Tech 23. Auburn 24. Southern Illinois 25. Fresno State


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NFCA POLLS 2006

2008

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

2010

2012

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

2007

2009

2011

2013

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

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

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.

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.

UCLA (30) Arizona Georgia Tennessee Washington Florida Hawai’i Missouri Alabama Michigan Oklahoma Arizona State California Oregon Brigham Young Louisiana-Lafayette Georgia Tech Texas LSU Texas A&M Stanford Ohio State Oklahoma State North Carolina Illinois

Arizona State Florida Alabama Baylor California Missouri Oklahoma Oklahoma State Georgia Stanford Arizona Washington Kentucky Texas A&M Oregon Houston Michigan Tennessee UCLA Texas Nebraska LSU Louisiana-Lafayette Tulsa DePaul

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1. Alabama (28) 2. Oklahoma (2) 3. California 4. Arizona State 5. Oregon 6. Tennessee 7. LSU 8. South Florida 9. Texas 10. Georgia 11. Missouri 12. Louisiana 13. Arizona 14. Washington 15. Michigan 16. Hofstra 17. Louisville 18. Florida 19. Texas A&M 20. UCLA 21. Stanford 22. Hawai‘i 23. Syracuse 24. North Carolina 25. Oregon State

1. Oklahoma (31) 2. Tennessee 3. Texas 4. Washington 5. Florida 6. Michigan 7. Arizona State 8. Nebraska 9. Oregon 10. Alabama 11. Missouri 12. Louisiana 13. Texas A&M 14. Kentucky 15. Florida State 16. UAB 17. South Alabama 18. LSU 19. Louisville 20. Baylor 21. UCLA 22. Stanford 23. California 24. Hawai‘i 25. Hofstra


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2014 COMPOSITE SCHEDULE Friday, Feb. 7 Seattle U vs. Cal Poly, 9:30 a.m. (Kajikawa Classic) Grand Canyon vs. East Carolina, 11 a.m. (BYU/UVU Red Dirt Classic) Kansas City vs. Alabama State, 12:30 p.m. (Lion Classic) Pittsburgh at Bakersfield (DH), noon Kansas City at Southeastern Louisiana, 3 p.m. (Lion Classic) Seattle U vs. San Jose State, 2:30 p.m. (Kajikawa Classic) Grand Canyon vs. Utah State, 4 p.m. (BYU/UVU Red Dirt Classic) Utah Valley vs. Idaho State, 4 p.m. (Red Desert Classic) Florida State at New Mexico State, 4 p.m. (Hotel Encanto Classic) Saint Mary’s at New Mexico State, 6 p.m. (Hotel Encanto Classic) Saturday, Feb. 8 Bakersfield vs. Dayton, 9 a.m. (UC Santa Barbara Tournament) Grand Canyon vs. Weber State, 11 a.m. (BYU/UVU Red Dirt Classic) Kansas City vs. Texas Southern, 12:30 p.m. (Lion Classic) Bakersfield vs. Texas A&M, 11 a.m. (UC Santa Barbara Tournament) Utah Valley vs. Omaha, 1:30 p.m. (Red Desert Classic) Kansas City vs. Texas Tech, 3 p.m. (Lion Classic) Grand Canyon vs. Idaho State, 4 p.m. (BYU/UVU Red Dirt Classic) Nebraska at New Mexico State, 4 p.m. (Hotel Encanto Classic) Utah Valley vs. Weber State, 4 p.m. (Red Desert Classic) Seattle U vs. Cal State Northridge, 4:30 p.m. (Kajikawa Classic) Seattle U vs. San Diego State, 7 p.m. (Kajikawa Classic) Sunday, Feb. 9 Kansas City vs. Akron, 10 a.m. (Lion Classic) Seattle U vs. Penn State, 9 a.m. (Kajikawa Classic) Saint Mary’s at New Mexico State, 11 a.m. (Hotel Encanto Classic) Utah Valley vs. UT Arlington, 11 a.m. (Red Desert Classic) Bakersfield vs. Dayton, 11 a.m. (UC Santa Barbara Tournament) Seattle U vs. Stanford, 12:30 p.m. (Kajikawa Classic) Grand Canyon at Southern Utah, 1:30 p.m. (BYU/UVU Red Dirt Classic) UTEP at New Mexico State, 1:30 p.m. (Hotel Encanto Classic) Utah Valley vs. Nevada, 1:30 p.m. (Red Desert Classic) Bakersfield at UC Santa Barbara, 1 p.m. (UC Santa Barbara Tournament)

Thursday, Feb. 13 Grand Canyon at Arizona, 6 p.m. Seattle U vs. Brigham Young, 6:45 p.m. (Easton Desert Classic) Friday, Feb. 14 Seattle U vs. Florida, 9 a.m. (Easton Desert Classic) Bakersfield vs. UC Santa Barbara, 9:30 a.m. (Fresno State Kick-Off) Grand Canyon vs. Georgia Tech, 11 a.m. (Hillenbrand Invitational) Grand Canyon vs. Alabama, 1 p.m. (Hillenbrand Invitational) Kansas City vs. St. John’s, 2:30 p.m. (Arkansas Invitational) Seattle U vs. Hawai‘i, 1:30 p.m. (Easton Desert Classic) Bakersfield vs. UC Riverside, 2 p.m. (Fresno State Kick-Off) Texas A&M-Corpus Christi at NM State, 3:30 p.m. (Troy Cox Classic) Iowa State at New Mexico State, 6 p.m. (Troy Cox Classic) Kansas City vs. Jackson State, 7:30 p.m. (Arkansas Invitational) Utah Valley vs. Long Beach State, 6 p.m. (Easton Desert Classic) Saturday, Feb. 15 Grand Canyon vs. New Mexico, 9 a.m. (Hillenbrand Invitational) Grand Canyon vs. Tennessee State, 11 a.m. (Hillenbrand Invitational) Bakersfield vs. UC Santa Barbara, 11:45 a.m. (Fresno State Kick-Off) Kansas City vs. NC State, 2:30 p.m. (Arkansas Invitational) Northern Colorado at New Mexico State, 4 p.m. (Troy Cox Classic) Seattle U vs. Utah, 3:45 p.m. (Easton Desert Classic) Utah Valley vs. Toledo, 3:45 p.m. (Easton Desert Classic) Iowa State at New Mexico State, 6 p.m. (Troy Cox Classic) Seattle U vs. Portland State, 6 p.m. (Easton Desert Classic) Utah Valley at UNLV, 6 p.m. (Easton Desert Classic) Sunday, Feb. 16 Kansas City vs. Butler, 9:30 a.m. (Arkansas Invitational) Utah Valley vs. Ohio State, 9 a.m. (Easton Desert Classic) Utah Valley vs. Boise State, 11:15 a.m. (Easton Desert Classic) Grand Canyon at Arizona, 1 p.m. Kansas City at Arkansas, 2:30 p.m. (Arkansas Invitational) Texas Tech at New Mexico State, 1:30 p.m. (Troy Cox Classic) Bakersfield at Fresno State, 1:30 p.m. (Fresno State Kick-Off) Seattle U vs. Toledo, 1:30 p.m. (Easton Desert Classic) 87 WACSports.com

Friday, Feb. 21 Seattle U vs. Loyola Marymount, 9 a.m. (Amy S. Harrison Classic) New Mexico State vs. Incarnate Word, 10 a.m. (UTEP Invitational) Kansas City vs. Illinois, noon (UTA Hilton Invitational) Bakersfield vs. Loyola Marymount, 11:30 a.m. (Amy S. Harrison Classic) New Mexico State vs. Houston Baptist, 12:30 p.m. (UTEP Invitational) Southern Utah at Grand Canyon, 12:30 p.m. (GCU Invitational) Seattle U at UC Riverside, 2 p.m. (Amy S. Harrison Classic) Nevada at Grand Canyon, 3 p.m. (GCU Invitational) Kansas City vs. Texas Tech, 4 p.m. (UTA Hilton Invitational) Saturday, Feb. 22 Seattle U vs. Loyola Marymount, 9 a.m. (Amy S. Harrison Classic) New Mexico State vs. Houston Baptist, 10 a.m. (UTEP Invitational) Southern Utah at Grand Canyon, 10 a.m. (GCU Invitational) New Mexico State vs. Incarnate Word, 12:30 p.m. (UTEP Invitational) Nevada at Grand Canyon, 12:30 p.m. (GCU Invitational) Kansas City vs. Illinois, 2 p.m. (UTA Hilton Invitational) Bakersfield at UC Riverside, 2 p.m. (Amy S. Harrison Classic) Kansas City at UT Arlington, 7 p.m. (UTA Hilton Invitational) Sunday, Feb. 23 Bakersfield vs. Loyola Marymount, 9 a.m. (Amy S. Harrison Classic) New Mexico State vs. Incarnate Word, 11 a.m. (UTEP Invitational) Kansas City at UT Arlington, 1 p.m. (UTA Hilton Invitational) Southern Utah at Grand Canyon, 12:30 p.m. (GCU Invitational) Seattle U at UC Riverside, 11:30 a.m. (Amy S. Harrison Classic) Bakersfield at UC Riverside, 2 p.m. (Amy S. Harrison Classic) Thursday, Feb. 27 Utah Valley vs. UC Santa Barbara, 2 p.m. (Mayfair Invitational) Grand Canyon at San Diego, 6 p.m. (San Diego Classic I) Utah Valley at Long Beach State, 7 p.m. (Mayfair Invitational)


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2014 COMPOSITE SCHEDULE Friday, Feb. 28 New Mexico State vs. Weber State, 9 a.m. (Eller Media Stadium Classic) New Mexico State vs. Seton Hall, 11:15 a.m. (Eller Media Stadium Classic) Grand Canyon vs. Illinois-Chicago, 11:30 a.m. (San Diego Classic I) Seattle U vs. Boston University, 1 p.m. (Santa Clara Invitational) Bakersfield vs. Washington, 1:15 p.m. (Libby Matson Tournament) Utah Valley vs. Illinois, 2 p.m. (Mayfair Invitational) Bakersfield at Pacific, 5:45 p.m. (Libby Matson Tournament) Seattle U at Santa Clara, 6 p.m. (Santa Clara Invitational) Grand Canyon vs. Utah State, 7 p.m. (San Diego Classic I) Saturday, March 1 Utah Valley vs. Oregon State, 9 a.m. (Mayfair Invitational) Grand Canyon vs. Colorado State, 11:30 a.m. (San Diego Classic I) Utah Valley vs. Michigan, 11:30 a.m. (Mayfair Invitational) Kansas City vs. Saint Louis, 2 p.m. (All-Missouri Cancer Classic) Kansas City at Southeast Missouri, 4 p.m. (All-Missouri Cancer Classic) Bakersfield vs. San Jose State, 2:30 p.m. (Libby Matson Tournament) New Mexico State vs. Binghampton, 3:45 p.m. (Eller Media Stadium Classic) Seattle U vs. Boston University, 5 p.m. (Santa Clara Invitational) Bakersfield vs. UTEP, 7 p.m. (Libby Matson Tournament) New Mexico State at UNLV, 8:15 p.m. (Eller Media Stadium Classic) Sunday, March 2 Kansas City vs. Missouri State, 10 a.m. (All-Missouri Cancer Classic) New Mexico State vs. DePaul, 11:15 a.m. (Eller Media Stadium Classic) Kansas City vs. TBD, 2 p.m. (All-Missouri Cancer Classic) Bakersfield at Pacific, 12:15 p.m. (Libby Matson Tournament) Seattle U vs. UC Davis, 12:30 p.m. (Santa Clara Invitational) Seattle U at Santa Clara, 3 p.m. (Santa Clara Invitational) Tuesday, March 4 Utah Valley at Utah (DH), 3 p.m. New Mexico State at UTEP, 6 p.m. Wednesday, March 5 Grand Canyon vs. San Jose State, 4 p.m. Grand Canyon at Cal State Fullerton, 6 p.m.

Friday, March 7 Grand Canyon vs. Georgetown, 10 a.m. (UCLA/CSUN Invitational) New Mexico State vs. UT Arlington, 10 a.m. (Jeannine McHaney Classic) Kansas City vs. San Diego State, 10:30 a.m. (Wichita State Tournament) New Mexico State vs. Northern Colorado, 12:30 p.m. (Jeannine McHaney Classic) Kansas City vs. North Dakota, 1 p.m. (Wichita State Tournament) Grand Canyon at Cal State Northridge, 1 p.m. (UCLA/CSUN Invitational) Seattle U vs. UC Santa Barbara, 12:30 p.m. (Nevada Classic) Bakersfield vs. Loyola-Chicago, 2 p.m. (UCLA/CSUN Invitational) Seattle U at Nevada, 3 p.m. (Nevada Classic) Saturday, March 8 Utah Valley vs. Akron, noon (Rebel Spring Games) Seattle U vs. UC Santa Barbara, 10 a.m. (Nevada Classic) New Mexico State vs. Northern Colorado, 12:30 p.m. (Jeannine McHaney Classic) Kansas City vs. Iowa State, 1 p.m. (Wichita State Tournament) Utah Valley vs. Sacred Heart, 2 p.m. (Rebel Spring Games) Bakersfield vs. UNLV, 11:30 a.m. (UCLA/CSUN Invitational) Grand Canyon vs. Oregon State, 1 p.m. (UCLA/CSUN Invitational) Seattle U at Nevada, 3 p.m. (Nevada Classic) Grand Canyon at Cal State Northridge, 4 p.m. (UCLA/CSUN Invitational) Kansas City vs. Northern Illinois, 6 p.m. (Wichita State Tournament) Bakersfield vs. Charleston Southern, 7:30 p.m. (UCLA/CSUN Invitational) Sunday, March 9 Utah Valley vs. Siena, 10 a.m. (Rebel Spring Games) New Mexico State vs. UT Arlington, 10 a.m. (Jeannine McHaney Classic) Seattle U vs. UC Santa Barbara, 9 a.m. (Nevada Classic) Grand Canyon vs. Oregon State, 9 a.m. (UCLA/CSUN Invitational) Bakersfield vs. Loyola-Chicago, 9 a.m. (UCLA/CSUN Invitational) Utah Valley vs. St. Peter’s, noon (Rebel Spring Games) New Mexico State at Texas Tech, 3 p.m. (Jeannine McHaney Classic) Bakersfield at UCLA, 2:30 p.m. (UCLA/CSUN Invitational)

Thursday, March 6 Kansas City at Wichita State, 6 p.m. (Wichita State Tournament) 88 2014 WAC Softball Media Guide

Tuesday, March 11 Utah Valley vs. Creighton, 1 p.m. (Rebel Spring Games) Utah State at Bakersfield (DH), noon Utah Valley vs. Siena, 3 p.m. (Rebel Spring Games) Wednesday, March 12 Utah Valley vs. Indiana State, 9 a.m. (Rebel Spring Games) Utah Valley vs. St. Peter’s, 1 p.m. (Rebel Spring Games) Northern Illinois at Kansas City, 2 p.m. Thursday, March 13 Utah Valley vs. Albany, 9 a.m. (Rebel Spring Games) Utah Valley vs. Howard, 11 a.m. (Rebel Spring Games) New Mexico State at San Jose State, noon Friday, March 14 Seattle U vs. Weber State, 1 p.m. (USD Tournament) New Mexico State vs. Pacific, 3:45 p.m. (Fresno State Classic) New Mexico State vs. Saint Mary’s, 8:15 p.m. (Fresno State Classic) Saturday, March 15 Seattle U vs. Fairleigh Dickinson, 10 a.m. (USD Tournament) Western Illinois at Kansas City, noon (UMKC Invitational) Bakersfield at Sacramento State (DH), noon Northern Colorado at Kansas City, 4 p.m. (UMKC Invitational) Seattle U at San Diego, 3 p.m. (USD Tournament) New Mexico State vs. Colorado State, 6 p.m. (Fresno State Classic) New Mexico State at Fresno State, 8:15 p.m. (Fresno State Classic) Sunday, March 16 Seattle U vs. Weber State, 9 a.m. (USD Tournament) Bakersfield at Sacramento State, 11 a.m. New Mexico State vs. Cal Poly, 12:45 p.m. (Fresno State Classic) Seattle U at San Diego, 2 p.m. (USD Tournament) Western Illinois at Kansas City, 4 p.m. (UMKC Invitational) Tuesday, March 18 Utah State at Utah Valley (DH), 1 p.m. Wednesday, March 19 Utah Valley at Weber State (DH), 2 p.m. Missouri State at Kansas City, 4 p.m. New Mexico at New Mexico State, 5:30 p.m.


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2014 COMPOSITE SCHEDULE Friday, March 21 Bakersfield vs. Harvard, 11:30 a.m. (Cal State Northridge Tournament) Kansas City vs. North Dakota State, 2:15 p.m. (Missouri Tournament) Bakersfield at Cal State Northridge, 2 p.m. (Cal State Northridge Tournament) Grand Canyon vs. Princeton, 3:30 p.m. (Santa Clara Round Robin) Kansas City vs. Oklahoma State, 6:45 p.m. (Missouri Tournament) Grand Canyon vs. California, 6 p.m. (Santa Clara Round Robin)

Friday, April 4 *New Mexico State at Kansas City (DH), 2 p.m. *Grand Canyon at Bakersfield, 2 p.m. *Utah Valley at Seattle U (DH), 4 p.m.

Saturday, March 22 Bakersfield vs. Harvard, 9 a.m. (Cal State Northridge Tournament) Grand Canyon at Santa Clara, noon (Santa Clara Round Robin) Kansas City vs. Ball State, 6:45 p.m. (Missouri Tournament) Grand Canyon vs. Princeton, 5 p.m. (Santa Clara Round Robin)

Wednesday, April 9 Cal State Northridge at Bakersfield (DH), 1 p.m. Seattle U at Portland State (DH), 2 p.m.

Sunday, March 23 Bakersfield vs. Pacific, 9 a.m. (Cal State Northridge Tournament) Kansas City vs. Ball State, 12:15 p.m. (Missouri Tournament) Grand Canyon at Santa Clara, 12:30 p.m. (Santa Clara Round Robin) Kansas City at Missouri, 2:30 p.m. (Missouri Tournament) Bakersfield at Cal State Northridge, 2 p.m. (Cal State Northridge Tournament) Monday, March 24 Northwest University at Seattle U, 6 p.m. Tuesday, March 25 Idaho State at Utah Valley, 3 p.m. Kansas City at Loyola Marymount (DH), 2 p.m. UTEP at New Mexico State, 6 p.m. Wednesday, March 26 Cal State Fullerton at Bakersfield (DH), 1 p.m. Kansas City vs. Hawai‘i, 2 p.m. Friday, March 28 *Utah Valley at Bakersfield, 2 p.m. *Kansas City at Grand Canyon (DH), 5 p.m. *Seattle U at New Mexico State, 6 p.m. Saturday, March 29 *Kansas City at Grand Canyon, 1 p.m. *Utah Valley at Bakersfield (DH), 1 p.m. *Seattle U at New Mexico State (DH), 4 p.m. Tuesday, April 1 Kansas City at Omaha (DH), 3 p.m. Utah Valley at Utah State, 4 p.m. Washington at Seattle U, 6 p.m.

Saturday, April 5 *New Mexico State at Kansas City, noon *Grand Canyon at Bakersfield (DH), 1 p.m. *Utah Valley at Seattle U, 2 p.m. Tuesday, April 8 Brigham Young at Utah Valley, 3 p.m. Kansas at Kansas City, 5 p.m.

Thursday, April 10 Santa Clara at Utah Valley, 3 p.m. Friday, April 11 *Grand Canyon at Utah Valley, 2 p.m. *Kansas City at Seattle U (DH), 4 p.m. *Bakersfield at New Mexico State, 6 p.m. Saturday, April 12 *Grand Canyon at Utah Valley (DH), noon *Kansas City at Seattle U, 2 p.m. *Bakersfield at New Mexico State (DH), 4 p.m. Tuesday, April 15 South Dakota at Kansas City (DH), 3 p.m. Utah Valley at Idaho State, 4 p.m. Friday, April 18 *Utah Valley at Kansas City (DH), 2 p.m. *Seattle U at Bakersfield, 2 p.m. *New Mexico State at Grand Canyon (DH), 5 p.m. Saturday, April 19 *Utah Valley at Kansas City, noon *New Mexico State at Grand Canyon, 1 p.m. *Seattle U at Bakersfield (DH), 1 p.m. Tuesday, April 22 Bakersfield at Cal Poly (DH), 3 p.m. Wednesday, April 23 Southern Utah at Utah Valley (DH), 1 p.m. New Mexico State at Arizona (DH), 4 p.m. Friday, April 25 *Bakersfield at Kansas City, 2 p.m. *New Mexico State at Utah Valley, 2 p.m. *Grand Canyon at Seattle U (DH), 4 p.m. Saturday, April 26 *Bakersfield at Kansas City (DH), noon *New Mexico State at Utah Valley (DH), noon *Grand Canyon at Seattle U, 2 p.m.

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Tuesday, April 29 Utah Valley at Oregon (DH), 3 p.m. New Mexico State at New Mexico, 5 p.m. Saturday, May 3 Kansas City at South Dakota State (DH), noon Tuesday, May 6 Utah Valley at Brigham Young, 6 p.m. Friday, May 9 Grand Canyon at Utah (DH), 5 p.m. Saturday, May 10 Grand Canyon at Utah, noon Thursday-Saturday, May 8-10 WAC Tournament (Seattle U) Thursday-Sunday, May 15-18 NCAA Regionals Thursday-Sunday, May 22-25 NCAA Super Regionals Thursday-Wednesday, May 29-June 4 Women’s College World Series (Oklahoma City) *WAC Game All times local to playing site/subject to change


2014 WAC Softball Media Guide  

2014 WAC Softball Media Guide

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