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TEAM INFORMATION table of contents Schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Quickfacts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Roster. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Head Coach Todd Fairbourne bio. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Assistant Coach Rachel Hartgrove bio . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Jessica Anderson bio. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-7 Maggie Christianson bio. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-9 Megan Kisner bio. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-11 Jessica Martin bio. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-13 Cherylyn McGraw bio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14-15 Amanda Perez bio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16-17 Amber Sackett bio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-19 Samantha Telarroja bio. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-21 Meghan Woodworth bio. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22-23 Newcomer bios . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24-27 2010 Season Preview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28-29 2009 Season Results. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30-31 Opponent Pages. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32-35 Year-by-Year Results. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36-37 All-Time Records vs. Opponents. . . . . . . . . . . . . 38-39 Team Season Records. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 Team Game Records. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 Individual Records. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41-43

Interviews postgame Interviews with Coach Fairbourne, his staff, or players can be arranged by contacting Jay Hinton via phone (office: 801-863-6231, cell: 801-448-3731) or E-mail (jay.hinton@uvu.edu). The best time to reach Coach Fairbourne is in the mornings or after practice. Fairbourne and players will be available for interviews at home games 10 minutes after the end of each game.

Media Guide Credits Content, Layout, and Design:. . . . . . . . . . . Jay Hinton, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Clint Burgi, Lyza Nau Cover Design:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lyza Nau Edited By:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jay Hinton, Clint Burgi Photography: . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dave Kimball, Ben Paz, . . . . . . . . .Chad Clark, UVU Marketing, Ken Hoglund On the Front Cover:. . . . . . . . . . . . Cherylyn McGraw On the Back Cover: . . . . Megan Kisner, Amber Sackett . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Meghan Woodworth

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Quick Facts

OPPONENT / EVENT LOCATION TIME

Red Desert Classic 02/12/10 University of Maine San Jose State University 02/13/10 Idaho State University UC Santa Barbara

St. George, Utah St. George, Utah St. George, Utah St. George, Utah

1:30 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 4:00 p.m.

02/27/10 02/28/10

Bakersfield, Calif. Bakersfield, Calif. Bakersfield, Calif. Bakersfield, Calif.

1:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 12:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m.

Colorado State Invitational 03/05/10 Utah State University Colorado State University 03/06/10 North Dakota State University South Dakota State University 03/07/10 North Dakota State University

Fort Collins, Colo. Fort Collins, Colo. Fort Collins, Colo. Fort Collins, Colo. Fort Collins, Colo.

11:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 11:00 a.m.

03/13/10

College of Idaho College of Idaho

Orem, Utah Orem, Utah

12:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m.

LMU Invitational 03/19/10 03/20/10 03/21/10

Bucknell University University of North Dakota University of North Dakota Loyola Marymount University Bucknell University Loyola Marymount University

Los Angeles, Calif. Los Angeles, Calif. Los Angeles, Calif. Los Angeles, Calif. Los Angeles, Calif. Los Angeles, Calif.

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Dallas, Texas Dallas, Texas Dallas, Texas Dallas, Texas Dallas, Texas Dallas, Texas

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Cal State Bakersfield Cal State Bakersfield Cal State Bakersfield Cal State Bakersfield

Great West Conference Tournament 03/26/10 Houston Baptist University Houston Baptist University 03/27/10 University of South Dakota University of South Dakota 03/28/10 University of North Dakota University of North Dakota

03/30/10 Utah State University Orem, Utah Utah State University Orem, Utah 04/03/10 University of Utah Salt Lake City, Utah University of Utah Salt Lake City, Utah 04/09/10 Weber State University* Orem, Utah Weber State University* Orem, Utah 04/10/10 Weber State University* Orem, Utah Weber State University* Orem, Utah 04/13/10 Brigham Young University Orem, Utah 04/16/10 Portland State University* Orem, Utah Portland State University* Orem, Utah 04/17/10 Portland State University* Orem, Utah Portland State University* Orem, Utah 04/2010 Utah State University Logan, Utah Utah State University Logan, Utah 04/23/10 Seattle University* Orem, Utah Seattle University* Orem, Utah 04/24/10 Seattle University* Orem, Utah Seattle University* Orem, Utah 05/01/10 Idaho State University* Pocatello, Idaho Idaho State University* Pocatello, Idaho 05/02/10 Idaho State University* Pocatello, Idaho Idaho State University* Pocatello, Idaho 05/08/10 University of Northern Colorado* Greeley, Colo. University of Northern Colorado* Greeley, Colo. 05/09/10 University of Northern Colorado* Greeley, Colo. University of Northern Colorado* Greeley, Colo. 05//11/10 University of Utah Orem, Utah 05/12/10 Brigham Young University Provo, Utah

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PCSC Championship or Great West Conference Championship 05/14/10 TBA TBA TBA 05/15/10 TBA TBA TBA 05/16/10 TBA TBA TBA

School Information Location: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Orem, Utah Founded: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1941 Enrollment: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27,000 Nickname: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Wolverines Colors: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Green and White . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Trimmed in Gold Softball Facility (Capacity):. . . . . . . MSTAR Field (500) Affiliation: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NCAA Division I 2010 Conference: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pacific Coast . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Softball Conference . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Mountain Division) President: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dr. Matthew S. Holland VP for Student Affairs. . . . . . . . . . . . Cory Duckworth Director of Athletics: . . . . . . . . . . Michael V. Jacobsen Senior Associate A.D.: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dr. D.J. Smith Associate A.D. - SWA: . . . . . . . . . . . . Megan Kennedy Athletic Department Phone:. . . . . . . . . 801-863-8653 Athletic Department FAX:. . . . . . . . . . . 801-863-8813 Ticket Information:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 801-863-7469 Mailing Address:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . UVU Athletics . . . . .. . . . . . . . 800 West University Parkway, MS 104 . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Orem, UT 84058-5999

Coaching Staff Head Coach: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Todd Fairbourne Alma Mater:. . . . . . . . . BYU (1994), Utah State (2003) Record at Utah Valley: . . . . . . . . 326-256-1 (10 years) Career Record: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Same Phone:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 801-863-8599 E-mail:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Todd.Fairbourne@uvu.edu Assistant Coach:. . . . . . . . . Rachel Hartgrove (2 years) Phone:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 801-863-8599 E-mail:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rachel.Hartgrove@uvu.edu

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Team Information 2009 Record:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16-27 at home:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-9 away:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-11 neutral site:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-7 conference: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . N/A Starters Returning/Lost:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7/2 Lettermen Returning/Lost:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9/3 Newcomers:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11

Sports Information Softball Contact:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jay Hinton Office Phone:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 801-863-6231 Cell Phone:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 801-448-3731 E-mail:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jay.Hinton@uvu.edu FAX:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 801-863-8813 Sports Information Director: . . . . . . . . . . . Clint Burgi Phone:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 801-863-8644 E-mail:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Clint.Burgi@uvu.edu

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ROSTER 2010 utah valley SOFTBALL Roster

Numerical NO. NAME 00 Jordahn Denny 2 Mandy Tapia 3 Megan Gardner 4 Meghan Woodworth 5 Julia Santiago 6 Korryn Coates 7 Samantha Telarroja 8 Allison Barr 9 Amanda Perez 10 Megan Kisner 11 Maggie Christianson 12 Cherylyn McGraw 13 Amber Sackett 15 Jessica Anderson 16 Shaylyn Varney 18 Heather Bacon 20 Baillee Holt 22 Jessica Martin 23 Kyli Flanary 24 Charlee Cisneros

Roster Breakdown

H. Bacon

A. Barr

M. Christianson

C. Cisneros

K. Coates

J. Denny

K. Flanary

M. Gardner

B. Holt

M. Kisner

J. Martin

C. McGraw

A. Perez

A. Sackett

J. Santiago

M. Tapia

S. Telarroja

S. Varney

M. Woodworth

By class Seniors (6) Jessica Anderson Baillee Holt Shaylyn Varney Megan Kisner Cherylyn McGraw Amber Sackett Juniors (6) Allison Barr Kyli Flanary Megan Gardner Mandy Tapia Samantha Telarroja Meghan Woodworth Sophomores (3) Maggie Christianson Jessica Martin Amanda Perez Freshmen (5) Heather Bacon Charlee Cisneros Korryn Coates Jordahn Denny Julia Santiago by state Alaska (1) Baillee Holt California (6) Heather Bacon Charlee Cisneros Cherylyn McGraw Amanda Perez Mandy Tapia Samantha Telarroja Idaho (1) Jordahn Denny New Hampshire (1) Meghan Woodworth Utah (11) Jessica Anderson Allison Barr Maggie Christianson Korryn Coates Kyli Flanary Megan Gardner Megan Kisner Jessica Martin Amber Sackett Julia Santiago Shaylyn Varney

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J. Anderson

Alphabetical No. 15 18 8 11 24 6 00 23 3 20 10 22 12 9 13 5 2 17 16 4

NAME Ht. Jessica Anderson 5-6 Heather Bacon 5-5 Allison Barr 5-7 Maggie Christianson 5-7 Charlee Cisneros 5-1 Korryn Coates 5-4 Jordahn Denny 5-4 Kyli Flanary 5-9 Megan Gardner 5-6 Baillee Holt 5-4 Megan Kisner 5-8 Jessica Martin 5-11 Cherylyn McGraw 5-8 Amanda Perez 5-8 Amber Sackett 5-3 Julia Santiago 5-7 Mandy Tapia 5-3 Samantha Telarroja 5-4 Shaylyn Varney 5-7 Meghan Woodworth 5-5

Pos. Yr.-Exp. Hometown (High School) 3B JR Spanish Fork, Utah (Spanish Fork HS) P FR La Crescenta, Calif. (Crescenta Valley HS) OF JR Sandy, Utah (Jordan HS) C FR St. George, Utah (Dixie HS) OF FR Elk Grove, Calif. (Elk Grove HS) 3B FR Grantsville, Utah (Grantsville HS) OF FR Pocatello, Idaho (Pocatello HS) P,C JR Bountiful, Utah (Bountiful HS) 2B, UT JR Lehi, Utah (Lehi HS) P SR North Pole, Alaska (North Pole HS) OF JR Taylorsville, Utah (Taylorsville HS) P FR Bountiful, Utah (Bountiful HS) 1B JR Vacaville, California (Will C. Wood HS) P/DP FR La Mirada, California (La Serna HS) OF JR Taylorsville, Utah (Bingham HS) UT FR Provo, Utah (Provo HS) P JR Riverside, Calif. (Norte Vista HS) SS SO Claremont, California (Claremont HS) C SR Ogden, Utah (Bonneville HS) OF SO Milford, New Hampshire (Milford HS)

Head Coach: Todd Fairbourne Assistant Coach: Rachel Hartgrove

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TODD FAIRBOURNE

Todd Fairbourne’s love and passion for the game of softball has brought success to the Wolverine softball program. Before the Wolverines made the jump to Division I competition, Fairbourne helped guide the Utah Valley to the schools only national championship while competing in the junior college ranks. His teams also finished second and ninth at the NJCAA national tournament. Now Fairbourne, who just completed his 11th year as head coach, is guiding the Wolverines into NCAA Division I competition. He has an overall record 326-256-1 and has coached the Wolverines to Division I wins over schools like BYU, Utah, Santa Clara, Loyola Marymount, St. Mary’s, Brown, SUU, Harvard, Utah State, and San Diego. Fairbourne’s 2009 squad finished the season with a school-record .320 batting average, which was tied for sixth in the nation. The Wolverines were second in the nation in walks received and 18th in scoring. Next season Fairbourne will embark a new journey as his Wolverines will be fully NCAA Division I certified and will begin play in the Pacific Coast Softball Conference’s Mountain Division. Before his second stint as coach of the Wolverine softball team began, Fairbourne stepped away from coaching to try his hand in athletic administration at Utah Valley. For two years he served as the Assistant Director of Athletics for Internal Affairs and the Sports Information Director.

In 2000, Fairbourne’s squad broke through and earned a berth in the NJCAA National Tournament. His No. 6-ranked squad made the most of its trip. The Fairbourne-led Wolverines went 5-0 in the tournament, including wins over top-ranked and highly touted Central Arizona, to claim UV’s firstever national title in any sport. The 2000 squad completed the season with a record 46 victories. In 2001, UV made it back-to back trips to the national tournament after winning both the conference and region titles. The squad finished eighth at the national tourney. Fairbourne capped his initial stint as coach in 2002 by guiding UV to its third consecutive trip to the national tourney. At nationals the No.3-ranked Wolverines dropped its first game 1-0. But undaunted, the Wolverines ran off six straight wins to earn a place opposite Indian River Community College in the championship game where the Wolverines fell 5-2 to finish second in the nation. During Fairbourne’s six years coaching UV in the junior college ranks, his teams finished the season ranked in the top-six in the nation for four consecutive seasons. He also coached 23 NJCAA All-Americans (12 academic) and 53 NFCA Scholar-Athletes. Fairbourne is a former Lehi High School baseball player, and played on two state championship teams with the Pioneers. He was coached at Lehi by Lloyd Jacobsen, the brother of UV Director of Athletics Mike Jacobsen. Fairbourne is a former UV student. He received a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Brigham Young University in 1994 and a master’s degree in heath, p.e., and recreation from Utah State University in 2003. Todd was born in Salt Lake City, Utah. He has children: daughters, Ashley (18) and Danielle (11), Morgan (2) and a son, C.J. (5). He resides in Orem with his wife Tiffany.

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Todd Fairbourne Head Coach 11th Season BYU (1994), Utah State (2003) Overall Record: 310-229-1

Prior to his administrative stint, Fairbourne led the UV softball program to national prominence in its final years as a junior college. From 1997 through 2002 Fairbourne’s teams compiled a 242-94 (.720) record; making him the winningest coach in UV history. During his leadership UV won three conference titles, three region titles and a national title (the school’s only national title in any sport). His teams never finished below second place in the conference and played for the region title in all but his first season. Two years after winning it all, his squad just missed a second title losing in the national championship game. In his first year as head coach, Fairbourne guided UV back to the Region 18 Tournament by virtue of a second place finish in the conference. The Wolverines finished last in the conference and missed the region tournament the year prior to Fairbourne taking over as head coach. The Wolverines were 32-20 overall. The 32 victories established a new school record for wins in a season. His second year, 1998, UV finished the season at 3117 and again finished second in the conference. The Wolverines missed out on a trip to the national tournament by losing in the Region 18 championship game. In 1999, Fairbourne’s team dominated the conference with a 17-2 mark to claim the SWAC title. However, the No.3 ranked Wolverines once again missed out on the national tournament with a disappointing and surprising second-place finish in the region tourney. UV finished with a 43-10 overall record to establish another single-season win record.

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Rachel hartgrove Assistant Coach 3rd Season Utah Valley (2006)

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Rachel Hartgrove enters her third year as an assistant coach for the Utah Valley softball team. She joined the Wolverine coaching staff after a stellar four year playing career at Utah Valley where she hit over .300 each year and was named to the First Team Division I All-Independent team for three consecutive years. Hartgrove hit .364 her senior year with seven home runs and 30 RBI. She led the Wolverines in every offensive statistical category and was named the Utah Valley Female Athlete of the year. In 2005 she garnered Division I Independent Player of the Year honors while starting all 50 games. She hit .392 in the Wolverines first season with a complete Division I schedule. She had 10 home runs and 34 RBI along with 17 doubles and a .699 slugging percentage. In her sophomore season she struck out only five times in 123 at bats while hitting .317. In her first season as a Wolverine she batted .425 and struck out only eight times in 212 at bats. She was named to the First Team All-SWAC and Region 18 teams. Hartgrove prepped at Pleasant Grove High School. She earned All-Region and All-State awards in softball during her final three years.

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PLAYERS

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JESSICA ANDERSON

Jessica

Anderson

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Senior 5’6 - Infield Spanish Fork, Utah Spanish Fork HS

At Utah Valley ... JUNIOR ~ (2009): Selected as a Honorable Mention on the 2009 All-Independent Team ... a 2009 team captain ... hit .306 had 33 total hits, six doubles, 18 RBIs, as well as a team tying tops four home runs ... started 41 of the teams 43 games at third base, missed the two due to injury ... .472 slugging percentage as well as a .379 on base percentage ... committed only six errors at one of the toughest defensive positions on the diamond (third base) which resulted in a .958 fielding percentage ... was a perfect 6-for-6 in stolen base opportunities ... hit .500 with the bases loaded and .324 with runners in scoring position ... led the team in assists with 103. SOPHOMORE ~ (2008): Started in all 51 games at third base ... hit .252 on the year with seven doubles, three home runs, 23 RBI, and seven stolen bases ... recorded a slugging percentage of .374 and an on-base percentage of .313 ... longest hit streak of the season extended to six games ... racked up six multi-hit games and seven-multi RBI games on the year ... finished the season with a .944 fielding percentage and three double plays ... led the team in assists with 111. Before Utah Valley ... Prepped at Spanish Fork HS ... team won the state championship her senior season, posting a 23-4 record ... team won the region championship her sophomore year ... two-time, First Team All-State selection (junior and senior seasons) ... named the state’s MVP as a senior ... was a team captain ... also lettered in basketball and was the basketball team captain her senior season. Other College ... Played at Snow Junior College in Ephriam, Utah for one year. Personal ... Graduated from Spanish Fork HS in 2006 with a 3.8 GPA ... was an honor roll student ... enjoys fishing, curling and playing Mario Kart on the Nintendo ... Daughter of Mark and LeAnn Anderson.

CAREER NUMBERS Year AVG 2008 .252 2009 .306 TOTAL .276

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GP-GS AB R 51-51 131 21 41-41 108 18 92-92 239 39

H 33 33 66

2B 3B 7 0 6 0 13 0

HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP 3 23 49 .374 10 3 4 18 51 .472 14 0 7 41 100 .418 24 3

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SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT 24 0 .313 3 6 7-9 17 0 .379 2 1 6-6 41 0 .343 5 7 13-15

PO A E FLD% 56 111 10 .944 34 103 6 .958 90 214 16 .950


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MAGGIE CHRISTIANSON

Maggie

Christianson

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Sophomore 5’7 - Catcher St. George, Utah Dixie HS

At Utah Valley ... FRESHMAN ~ (2009): Played in 32 games, starting 27 of them, all coming behind the plate as the catcher ... used mainly as a defensive specialist as she had a .922 fielding percentage ... hit .135 with five hits, five RBIs, a run scored, in 37 total at-bats ... threw out five attempted base-stealers on year to lead the team. Before Utah Valley ... Prepped at Dixie HS ... team won the region championship her junior and senior year ... All-state honorable mention ... also lettered in basketball and rodeo ... hit .402 helping her team to a 20-8 record her senior season. Personal ... Graduated from Dixie HS in 2008 with a 3.74 GPA ... participated in Rodeo and FFA ... Daughter of Roger and Annette Christianson.

CAREER NUMBERS Year AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT PO A E FLD% 2009 .135 32-27 37 1 5 0 0 0 5 5 .135 4 0 16 0 .220 0 1 0-0 62 9 6 .922 TOTAL .135 32-27 37 1 5 0 0 0 5 5 .135 4 0 16 0 .220 0 1 0-0 62 9 6 .922

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MEGAN KISNER

Megan

Kisner

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Senior 5’8 - Outfield Taylorsville, Utah Taylorsville HS

At Utah Valley ... JUNIOR ~ (2009): Played in 25 games on the season including five starts ... started at second base, the outfield, and as the DP ... hit .313 on the season including an impressive .438 clip when pinch hitting and .364 with runners in scoring position ... was 10-for-32 from the plate including two doubles, four RBIs, and five runs scored ... was a perfect 1-for-1 in stolen base opportunities. SOPHOMORE ~ (2008): Saw action in 10 games and started one in the designated player position. FRESHMAN ~ (2007): Played in eight games, starting two ... had hits against Utah State and Northwest Nazarene ... had two RBI against Northwest Nazarene. Before Utah Valley ... Prepped at Taylorsville HS ... lettered in soccer, softball and basketball ... team finished third and fourth in state in 2003 and 2004 ... earned Second Team All-Region honors in soccer. Personal ... Graduated from Taylorsville HS in 2006 with a 3.9 GPA ... was on the Honor Roll and National Honor Society ... plans to major in Physical Therapy Psychology ... Daughter of Gary and Ruth Kisner.

CAREER NUMBERS Year AVG GP-GS AB R 2007 .167 8-2 12 0 2008 .000 10-1 8 0 2009 .313 27-5 32 5 TOTAL .231 45-8 52 5

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H 2 0 10 12

2B 3B 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 0

HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT 0 2 2 .167 0 0 5 0 .167 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 3 0 .000 0 0 0-0 0 4 12 .375 5 0 4 1 .405 0 3 1-1 0 6 14 .269 5 0 12 1 .298 0 3 1-1

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PO A E 1 3 0 3 0 0 13 7 2 17 10 2

FLD% 1.000 1.000 .909 .931


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JESSICA MARTIN

Jessica

Martin

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Sophomore 5’11 - Pitcher Bountiful, Utah Bountiful HS

At Utah Valley ... FRESHMAN ~ (2009): Was UVU’s top pitcher as she led the team in wins (10), appearances (29), starts (26), complete games (15), shut outs (3) innings pitched (141.1), strikeouts (69), and ERA (5.99) ... started 26 games as the pitcher and 12 as the designated player ... hit .172 as she picked up five hits in 29 at bats ... had two doubles, two runs scored and two RBIs ... was 1-for-2 in stolen base opportunities. Before Utah Valley ... Prepped at Bountiful HS ... was a four-time regional champion ... took third in state competition in 2006 and 2008 ... earned All-Region, All-State First Team, and was the Female Outstanding Athlete of the Year at Bountiful HS in 2008. Personal ... Graduated from Bountiful HS in 2008 ... was on the high honor roll and citizenship honor roll ... enjoys spending time with family and friends ... Daughter of Tracy and Lori Martin.

CAREER NUMBERS Year AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT 2009 .172 15-12 29 2 5 2 0 0 2 7 .241 3 0 10 1 .250 0 1 1-2 TOTAL .172 15-12 29 2 5 2 0 0 2 7 .241 3 0 10 1 .250 0 1 1-2 PITCHING ERA W-L APP GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR BF BAVG WP 2009 5.99 10-15 29 26 15 3/0 0 141.1 170 140 121 101 69 27 5 20 720 .296 31 TOTAL 5.99 10-15 29 26 15 3/0 0 141.1 170 140 121 101 69 27 5 20 720 .296 31

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PO A E FLD% 1 15 5 .762 1 15 5 .762 HBP BK SFA SHA 16 0 5 24 16 0 5 24


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CHERYLYN McGRAW

Cherylyn

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McGraw Senior 5’8 - Infield Vacaville, Calif. Will C. Wood HS

At Utah Valley ... JUNIOR ~ (2009): Named to the GWC All-Academic Team ... started at first base in all 43 games on the season ... a 2009 team captain ... hit .303 including a team tying mark of four home runs ... was second on the team in RBIs with 27 ... had a .470 slugging percentage and a .384 on base percentage ... had eight doubles and 40 total hits ... only struck out six times on the year, the lowest out of all UVU everyday players ... a very good defensive first baseman as she only committed three errors on the year and had an impressive .990 fielding percentage ... had 11 multihit games and nine multi-RBI games on the season ... longest hitting streak was seven games. SOPHOMORE ~ (2008): Started in all 51 games on the season, 37 at first base ... 2008 NCAA Division I Softball All-Independent First Team selection ... hit .331 on the season from the third spot in the lineup ... scored 30 runs, hit 10 doubles and four HRs, recorded 32 RBI ... led the team in walks with 20 ... longest hit streak of the season was seven games ... had 13 multi-hit games and eight multi-RBI games. FRESHMAN ~ (2007): Played in and started all 52 games at shortstop ... named to the Div. I Independent First Team and All-Newcomer team ... hit .298 with six home runs and 33 RBI ... had 13 multi-hit games and nine multi-RBI games ... had an 11-game hitting streak during the season ... had three hits against Idaho State twice and Northern Colorado twice ... HRs came against Houston, Oregon State, Northern Colorado (twice), Northwest Nazarene and Idaho State ... had three RBI against Houston, Idaho State (twice), Utah State, Northern Colorado (twice) and Northwest Nazarene. Before Utah Valley ... Prepped at Will C. Wood HS ... Earned All-League first team honors in 2004, 2005 and 2006 ... voted the 2004 Defensive Player of the Year the 2005 Offensive Player of the Year ... named team MVP in 2006 ... also lettered in volleyball and basketball. Personal... Graduated from Will C. Wood High School in 2006 with a 4.0 GPA ... plans to major in Criminal Justice and Paralegal Studies ... was on the Honor Roll and National Honor Society ... enjoys spending time with friends and watching Law and Order ... Daughter of David and Elizabeth McGraw....Wants to be a lawyer

CAREER NUMBERS Year AVG 2007 .298 2008 .331 2009 .303 TOTAL .311

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GP-GS AB R 52-52 161 39 51-51 151 30 43-43 132 23 146-146 444 92

H 2B 3B 48 6 0 50 10 0 40 8 1 138 24 1

HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT PO A E FLD% 6 33 72 .447 13 3 6 2 .362 0 3 11-11 90 80 13 .929 4 32 72 .477 20 0 18 1 .407 1 0 2-2 244 16 4 .985 4 27 62 .470 16 2 6 0 .384 1 0 0-2 271 13 3 .990 14 92 206 .464 49 5 30 3 .384 2 3 13-15 605 109 20 .973

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Perez Sophomore 5’8 - Defensive Player La Mirada, Calif. La Serna HS

At Utah Valley ... FRESHMAN ~ (2009): Started 42 out of the teams 43 games on the year either as the designated player or pitcher ... as a true freshman hit .293 ... she also smacked a team-high tying mark of four home runs ... finished with a slugging percentage of .457 and an on base percentage of .341 and drove in 20 runs ... from the circle had a 4-0 record midway through the season with an ERA of 4.53 but ended up finishing the year with a 4-4 record and an ERA of 6.81 in 61.2 innings pitched in 18 appearances ... picked up wins from the circle over Loyola Marymount and Brown University ... had multiple hits in nine games on the year and had a six-game hitting streak. Before Utah Valley... Prepped at La Serna HS ... team won Del Rio League Championship in 2007 and 2008 ... recorded 11 doubles and 41 hits her senior year slugging .868, hitting .389 and recording an on-base percentage of .449 ... 2007 Brea Olinda Tournament Champions ... team reached Southern Section CIF Semi-Finals in 2007 ... 2008 Arroyo Tournament Champions ... 2008 Southern Section CIF Champions ... earned 2006 2nd Team All Del Rio League ... 2007 Del Rio League MVP while hitting .500 in league play ... 2007 Del Rio League “Athlete of the Week” ... 2007 Team All-Area ... 2007 Team Offensive Player of the Year while breaking records for her school with 6 home runs and 34 RBI’s in 2007 ... 2008 All Tournament Team ... played in 2008 Senior All-Star Game ... also lettered in soccer while helping team win 2005, 2007, 2008 Del Rio League Champions. Personal ... Graduated from La Serna High School in 2008 with a 3.0 GPA ... was on the Honor Roll ... enjoys the beach, shopping, and hanging out with friends ... Daughter of Danny and Alice Perez.

CAREER NUMBERS Year AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT 2009 .293 42-42 116 9 34 7 0 4 20 53 .457 7 2 20 1 .341 1 2 0-0 TOTAL .293 42-42 116 9 34 7 0 4 20 53 .457 7 2 20 1 .341 1 2 0-0 PITCHING ERA W-L APP GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR BF BAVG WP 2009 6.81 4-4 18 9 5 0/0 0 61.2 92 72 60 32 16 17 1 17 315 .336 6 TOTAL 6.81 4-4 18 9 5 0/0 0 61.2 92 72 60 32 16 17 1 17 315 .336 6

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PO A E FLD% 1 12 1 .929 1 12 1 .929 HBP BK SFA SHA 4 5 3 2 4 5 3 2


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AMBER SACKETT

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Senior 5’3 - Outfield Taylorsville, Utah Bingham HS

At Utah Valley ... JUNIOR ~ (2009): 2009 NCAA Division I All Independent Honorable Mention selection ... named to the Great West Conference All-Academic Team ... in her first season at UVU she made an immediate impact both at the plate and from the circle ... was a true utility player as she started games in right field, left field, second base, third base, pitcher, and as the designated player ... hit .371 on the year ... had a high slugging percentage of .524 and an on base percentage of .442 ... second on the team in doubles with 10 and third in total hits with 48 in 40 games played ... had two home runs and 21 RBIs ... produced all season long in the clutch as she hit .419 with runners in scoring position, including an impressive .571 clip with the bases loaded ... she had not pitched since high school but when Coach Fairbourne needed another pitcher this season she stepped up and appeared in 18 games and pitched 64.1 innings ... finished with a 2-8 record and a 6.53 ERA ... had 10 multi-hit games as well as an eightgame hitting streak on the year. Before Utah Valley ... Prepped at Bingham HS where she pitched and played second base ... also played basketball and volleyball in high school. Other College ... Played one year at Iowa Lakes Community College and one year at Idaho State ... set school record at ILCC for doubles in a season and was an All-Region Honorable Mention. Personal ... Graduated with a 3.97 GPA in high school, was on the honor roll, and was named Academic All-State in softball ... also earned numerous Academic Athlete awards for various sports and earned the Presidential Academic Award in grades 9-12 ... enjoys spending time with son, camping, fishing, and playing sports.

CAREER NUMBERS Year AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT 2009 .371 40-38 105 22 39 10 0 2 21 55 ,524 13 1 17 0 .442 1 2 4-5 TOTAL .371 40-38 105 22 39 10 0 2 21 55 ,524 13 1 17 0 .442 1 2 4-5 PITCHING ERA W-L APP GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR BF BAVG WP 2009 6.53 2-8 18 8 2 0/0 0 64.1 94 77 60 34 24 19 1 17 349 .331 7 TOTAL 6.53 2-8 18 8 2 0/0 0 64.1 94 77 60 34 24 19 1 17 349 .331 7

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Telarroja Junior 5’4 - Infield Claremont, Calif. Claremont HS

At Utah Valley ... SOPHOMORE ~ (2009): Named to the Great West Conference All-Academic Team ... played in 37 games including starting 35 all at shortstop ... hit .220 on the year with a home run, two doubles, 10 runs scored and four RBIs ... hit .357 with runners in scoring position ... had four multi-hit games on the year ... finished with a .872 fielding percentage with 50 putouts and 59 assists. FRESHMAN ~ (2008): Started all 51 games as a true freshman, 43 at shortstop and eight at catcher ... was in the lineup as the flex for most of the season ... recorded five hits in 44 at bats (.114) with three RBI and seven runs scored ... ranked third on the team with 102 putouts ... finished with a fielding percentage of .887. Before Utah Valley ... Prepped at Claremont HS in Caremont, Calif. ... named team MVP as a junior and senior and Defensive Player of the Year as a junior ... earned First Team All-League honors as a senior and junior ... named All-Inland Valley her senior year ... named Offensive Player of the Year as a senior ... led league with eight home runs while hitting .358 and posting an .851 slugging percentage ...received the Rotary Youth Leadership Award ... hit .392 as a junior with seven home runs, four doubles, two triples and 11 RBIs and three stolen bases ... also played volleyball ... was the JV volleyball MVP. Personal ... Graduated from Claremont HS with a 3.8 GPA .. was on the Honor Roll ... graduated in the Top 20 percent of her high school class ... was on the Hip-Hop team and on ASB ... enjoys dancing ... Daughter of Eddie and Pennie Telarroja.

CAREER NUMBERS Year AVG 2008 .114 2009 .220 TOTAL .175

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SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT PO A E FLD% 21 0 .235 0 3 2-5 102 62 21 ,886 21 0 .258 0 3 0-3 50 59 16 .872 42 0 .248 0 6 2-8 152 121 37 .881


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MEGHAN WOODWORTH

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Junior 5’5 - Outfield Milford, New Hampshire Milford HS

At Utah Valley ... SOPHOMORE ~ (2009): 2009 NCAA Division I Softball All-Independent Second Team selection ... named to the Great West Conference All-Academic Team ... started 41 of the teams 43 games in center field and only missed the last two of the season due injury ... was a 2009 team captain ... hit .364 from the lead-off spot in the lineup including scoring a team-high 36 runs as well as leading the team in doubles with 13 ... led the team in stolen bases by going 13-for-14 ... was third on the team in total hits with 48 ... as the lead-off batter hit .493 ... had 13 multi-hit games and a hitting streak of eight games ... had four three-hit games on the year ... only committed two errors in the outfield. FRESHMAN ~ (2008): Played and started in 48 games on the season ... named 2008 NCAA Division I Softball All-Independent Freshman of the Year ... 2008 NCAA Division I Softball AllIndependent Second Team selection ... ended her first collegiate season ranked among the Top 15 Independent players in 10 statistical categories ... finished among the Top 5 in runs (2nd, 40), doubles (T4th, 12), triples (T4th, 3) and stolen bases (T5th, 17) ... ranked second on the team in batting average at .331 from the lead-off spot ... had longest hitting streak on the team at 10 games ... had 14 multi-hit games and six multi-RBI games ... finished with 19 RBIs ... final fielding percentage was .985 with 59 putouts and six assists. Before Utah Valley ... Prepped at Milford High School in Milford, N.H. ... team was the state champions her junior year ... earned First Team All-State honors her junior and senior seasons ... All-Area Player of the Year her junior season and co-Player of the Year her senior season ... a four-year First Team All-Area selection ... stole 30 bases in 31 attempts her junior season ... batted above .500 all four seasons ... hit .729 her senior year ... also lettered in soccer (four years) and basketball (three years) ... soccer team was state champions her junior season ... was an All-State selection her senior year in soccer. Personal ... Plans to major in Behavioral Science at Utah Valley ... enjoys snowboarding and CSI ... Daughter of Dennis and Cheryl Woodworth.

CAREER NUMBERS Year AVG 2008 .331 2009 .364 TOTAL .346

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GP-GS AB R 48-48 157 40 41-41 132 36 89-89 289 76

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HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT PO A E 3 19 79 .503 10 3 24 1 .380 1 0 17-20 59 5 1 1 13 68 .515 15 3 8 0 .437 1 0 13-14 72 2 2 4 32 147 .509 25 6 32 1 .407 2 0 30-3 131 7 3

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Heather Bacon

Allison Barr

Charlee Cisneros

Junior 5’7 - Outfield Sandy, Utah Jordan HS

Freshman 5’1 - Outfield Elk Grove, CA Elk Grove HS

Freshman 5’5 - Pitcher La Crescenta, CA Crescenta Valley HS Before Utah Valley ... Prepped at Crescenta HS in La Crescenta, Calif. ... Was Sophomore Distinguished Student English Award recipient ... two-year letterwinner in softball .. Pacific League MVP (2009) ... Second-Team All-CIF (2009) ... Second Team All-Pacific League (2008) ... Finished high school career with a combined pitching record of 30-1 with a 0.16 ERA Personal ... Daughter of Wes and Susan Bacon ... Wants to become a dental hygienist or an accountant ... enjoys going to the beach and hanging out with family and friends .. Fan of the Los Angeles Dodgers ... Once threw a perfect game ...Has visited Scotland

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Before Utah Valley ... Prepped at Jordan HS. Other College ... Played at College of Southern Nevada for two years ... Second-Team AllConference (2007) ... Was third in the league in homers with 12 (2007). Personal ... Daughter of Patrick and Anne Barr ... Is studying biology and nursing ... wants to become an RN .. Once belted three homers in a game.

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Before Utah Valley ... Prepped at Elk Grove HS in Elk Grove, Calif. ... Four-year varsity starter ... League Champions (2007, 2009) ... Sac-Joaquin Div. I Section runner-up (2007, 2008) ... Scholar Athlete Award recipient ... All-League performer. Personal ... Daughter of Charley and Laurie Cisneros ... Nickname is Chuck ... Enjoys watching her little brother play baseball ... Plans on studying social work


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Korryn Coates

Jordahn Denny

Kyli Flanary

Freshman 5’4 - Infield Grantsville, UT Grantsville HS

Freshman 5’4 - Infield Pocatello, ID Pocatello HS

Junior 5’9 - Pitcher Bountiful, UT Snow College

Before Utah Valley ... Prepped at Grantsville HS where she was a four-year letterwinner in softball and two year letterwinner in volleyball ... Three-time First-Team All-State selection...AllRegion selection four years in a row ...Threeyear team captain ... Honor Roll for four years ... Superintendent’s Academic Achievement Award recipient four years.

Before Utah Valley ... Prepped at Pocatello HS in Pocatello, Idaho ... All-Area, All-Conference and All-State four years in a row...Pitcher of the year (2008) and Player of the Year (2009).

Before Utah Valley ... Prepped at Bountiful HS ... Was a four-year letterwinner ... First-Team All-State selection as a senior ... Team took third in state her senior year ... All-Conference selection.

Personal ... Daughter of David and Chamala Denny ... Fan of the Boston Red Sox and Seattle’s Ichiro Suzuki...enjoys working out and hanging out with friends.

Other College ... Played at Snow College where she was a two-time Second-Team AllLeague selection.

Personal ... Daughter of Darren and Jeniel Coates ... Undecided on her major ... enjoys reading the Twilight series and has seen all three High School Musical movies.

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Personal ... Daughter of Margo Flanary ... Plans to study exercise science ... Enjoys working out and hanging out with family.

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Baillee Holt

Shaylyn Jenkins-Varney

Junior 5’6 - Infield Lehi, Utah Southern Idaho

Senior 5’4 - Pitcher North Pole, AK Lamar CC

Senior 5’7 - Catcher Ogden, Utah BYU

Before Utah Valley ... Prepped at Lehi HS where she was First-Team All-State Selection (2007), Academic All-State Selection (2007), All-Region and All-Valley Selection four years in a row...Honorable mention All-State Selection (2005)...Region 7 Co-MVP (2006), SecondTeam All State (2006)...Belted a walk-off grand slam in the 2007 state playoffs. Other College ... Played at College of Southern Idaho in Twin Falls, Idaho, for two seasons... Region 18 First-Team (2008), Academic AllAmerican (2008)....Region 18 Player of the Year (2009), NJCAA Second-Team All-American, First Team All-West (2009), NJCAA National Player of the Week two times...Led the nation in homers with 24 and was third in RBIs with 85... Named CSI Female Athlete of the Year.

Before Utah Valley ... Prepped at North Pole HS in North Pole, Alaska ... Placed fourth in state in 2006. Other Colleges ... Played at Lamar Community College and Nebraska-Wesleyan ... Academic All-American at Lamar CC Personal ... Daughter of Jeff and Gaynel Holt ... Plans on studying biology and wants to become a physical therapist or work in sports medicine

Personal ... Daughter of Layne and Lisa Zimmerman...Enjoys listening to Rascal Flatts...Has visited Australia...Plans to majoring in nursing... Career plans include being a nurse and mother.

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Before Utah Valley ... Prepped at Bonneville HS in Washington Terrace, Utah (near Ogden)...Was an all-state, all-region and allarea player for three years...Won the state title in 2004...Marine Corps Distinguished Athlete Award recipient. Other College ... Played at BYU from 20062009. Hit .284 with four doubles, three homers and 15 RBIs. Personal ... Daughter of Jim and Shelie Jenkins...Enjoys to Jet Ski and Camp...Married her husband Cody in June 2009 ... Fan of the Cubs and Dolphins.


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Mandy Tapia

Freshman 5’7 - Utility Provo, Utah Provo HS

Junior 5’3 - Pitcher Riverside, CA Southern Nevada

Before Utah Valley ... Prepped at Provo HS where she was a three-year letterwinner in softball and a one-year letterwinner in basketball... Graduated with high honors...Editor of the yearbook...Academic All-State nominee.

Before Utah Valley ... Prepped at Norte Vista HS in Riverside, Calif...Four-year varsity letterwinner ...Three-time All-Sunkist League FirstTeam selection...Four-Time Honorable Mention for Riverside County Team...Community Sports Award recipient (2005)... Pitcher of the Year (2007).

Personal ... Daughter of Kevin ad Tessa Santiago...Major is undecided...Has visited Australia and Bermuda...Career plans include being a teacher, coach, wife, mother.

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Other College ... Played at College of Southern Nevada for two years...First Team All-Conference as a freshman and sophomore...Academic All-American (2009) with a 3.66 GPA. Personal ... Daughter of Oscar and Mary Tapia...Wants to become a lawyer...Fan of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim...Studying history and pre-law

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2010 SEASON PREVIEW OREM, Utah – For the last six seasons, the possibility of playing in the NCAA Tournament was not an option for the Utah Valley University softball team with the University was making the unprecedented move up from junior college athletics to NCAA Div. I.

lege transfer Megan Zimmerman Gardner, who led the NJCAA in homers last year with 24 and was third in RBIs with 85. “She has all the tools,” Fairbourne said of Gardner. “If she can do what she did at the JC level I

Jessica Martin, who threw the most innings for the Wolverines last year, will be coming out of the bullpen this year. Amanda Perez and Amber Sackett, who both pitched last year, will not pitch this season. Perez will be the team’s designated player. Defensively, Fairbourne said his team has made great strides.

Now with that journey complete in becoming a full NCAA Div. I member last year, the Wolverines now have a shot at an automatic bid to the softball tournament through their membership in the Pacific Coast Softball Conference.

Jessica Anderson has become automatic at third, while Samantha Telarroja has stepped up her game at short. Gardner will play second, and Fairbourne calls Cherylyn McGraw the best defensive first baseman he has ever coached.

“We are incredibly excited about it. There is no other way to put it,” he said. “We are in a conference that is a good fit for us and we have the chance to make it to the postseason. Will we step in and knock off the powers? I don’t know. But we are in a situation right now where we can find out the areas in which we need to improve to get to the NCAA Tournament.”

Shaylyn Jenkins Varney, a senior transfer from BYU, and Maggie Christianson, who saw a lot of time last year as a freshman, will share the catching responsibilities. In the outfield, junior Meghan Woodworth will patrol center and lead off for the Wolverines. Woodworth hit .364 last year with 13 doubles, two triples, a homer and 21 RBIs. She also scored a team-high 36 runs scored.

In the PCSC preseason poll, the Wolverines were selected by the coaches to finish fourth in the Mountain Division.

“It’s an overused cliché in softball, but Meghan is our little engine. She makes us go,” Fairbourne said. “If she get on base we score.”

The Wolverines are entering the conference on a high note, and have continued to make improvements in the fall in pitching, hitting and defense.

Sackett, who pitched and played a little second and right field last year, has moved to left field and she is settling in nicely. The Wolverines will be counting on her offensively as well. She hit .371 last year with 10 doubles, two homers and 21 RBIs.

Utah Valley ranked sixth in the nation last year with a .320 batting average. The Wolverines lost their top hitter and best infielder in Magan Niemann and second-best hitter Kylee Steadman, but the rest of the team has made great strides in filling vacancies. “We have a lot of kids back. We did lose our top two hitters and even though we lost those two we feel like we have plugged in a couple of other kids that can make us just as solid offensively,” Fairbourne said. Most notably, the Wolverines added junior col-

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“She has emerged not only as one of our most consistent hitters, but she came though in the clutch all the time,” he said. will be thrilled.” Also, Fairbourne added freshman Heather Bacon, who threw two perfect games in the fall, and JC transfers Kyli Flanary and Mandy Tapia, to strengthen the pitching staff.

Right field is still a question mark right now with Charlee Cisneros and Allison Barr battling for the starting spot. The Wolverines open the season Friday afternoon when they take on Maine at 1:30 p.m. in the Red Desert Classic in St. George.

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Date Opponent Result Score Inns Overall Feb. 6, 2009 vs. Southern Utah W 6-5 7 1-0-0 Feb. 7, 2009 vs. Loyola Marymount L 5-7 7 1-1-0 Feb. 7, 2009 vs. Idaho State W 7-3 7 2-1-0 Feb. 8, 2009 vs. San Jose State L 4-14 5 2-2-0 Feb. 8, 2009 vs. Utah L 2-10 5 2-3-0 Feb. 25, 2009 at #12 Fresno State L 1-12 5 2-4-0 Feb. 28, 2009 vs. Brown W 11-3 5 3-4-0 Feb. 28, 2009 at St. Mary’s (CA) L 2-4 7 3-5-0 Mar. 6, 2009 at Loyola Marymount W 6-5 7 4-5-0 Mar. 6, 2009 vs. Seattle University L 2-9 7 4-6-0 Mar. 7, 2009 vs. St. Mary’s (CA) L 2-3 7 4-7-0 Mar. 7, 2009 vs. Seattle University L 5-11 7 4-8-0 Mar. 8, 2009 vs. St. Mary’s (CA) L 2-11 5 4-9-0 Mar. 13, 2009 at College of Idaho W 4-0 7 5-9-0 Mar. 13, 2009 at College of Idaho W 5-3 7 6-9-0 Mar. 14, 2009 at Boise State L 6-7 8 6-10-0 Mar. 14, 2009 at Boise State L 0-7 7 6-11-0 Mar. 15, 2009 at Eastern Oregon W 9-0 5 7-11-0 Mar. 15, 2009 at Eastern Oregon W 22-3 5 8-11-0 Mar. 20, 2009 NORTHERN COLO. W 10-2 6 9-11-0 Mar. 20, 2009 NORTHERN COLO. L 5-7 7 9-12-0 Mar. 21, 2009 NORTHERN COLO. L 4-9 7 9-13-0 Mar. 21, 2009 NORTHERN COLO. L 3-6 7 9-14-0 Mar. 23, 2009 BOISE STATE L 9-14 7 9-15-0 Mar. 23, 2009 BOISE STATE W 11-9 7 10-15-0 Mar. 27, 2009 NORTH DAKOTA L 2-6 7 10-16-0 Mar. 28, 2009 IDAHO STATE L 2-8 7 10-17-0 Mar. 28, 2008 IDAHO STATE W 11-2 5 11-17-0 Mar. 31, 2009 UTAH STATE W 6-5 7 12-17-0 Mar. 31, 2009 UTAH STATE L 0-7 7 12-18-0 Apr. 4, 2009 HOUSTON BAPTIST W 5-4 7 13-18-0 Apr. 4, 2009 HOUSTON BAPTIST W 8-0 6 14-18-0 Apr. 7, 2009 BYU L 2-9 7 14-19-0 Apr. 10, 2009 at Northern Colorado W 8-7 7 15-19-0 Apr. 10, 2009 at Northern Colorado L 6-7 7 15-20-0 Apr. 11, 2009 at Northern Colorado L 5-13 5 15-21-0 Apr. 11, 2009 at Northern Colorado L 8-9 7 15-22-0 Apr. 21, 2009 UTAH L 2-4 7 15-23-0 Apr. 21, 2009 UTAH W 6-4 7 16-23-0 Apr. 23, 2009 at BYU L 1-12 5 16-24-0 Apr, 23, 2009 at BYU L 4-12 6 16-25-0 Apr. 25, 2009 at Idaho State L 4-7 7 16-26-0 Apr. 25, 2009 at Idaho State L 8-9 7 16-27-0

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Pitcher of record Attend Perez (1-0) 550 Sackett (0-1) 700 Perez (2-0) 700 Martin (0-1) 425 Sackett (0-2) 250 Sackett (0-3) 1,288 Perez (3-0) 56 Martin (0-2) 65 Perez (4-0) 75 Martin (0-3) 86 Sackett (0-4) 122 Sackett (0-5) 137 Martin (0-4) 77 Martin (1-4) 103 Martin (2-4) 103 Martin (2-5) 317 Perez (4-1) 317 Martin (3-5) 50 Martin (4-5) 55 Martin (5-5) - Perez (4-2) 303 Martin (5-6) - Sackett (0-6) 412 Martin (5-7) - Sackett (1-6) 110 Martin (5-8) 196 Perez (4-3) - Martin (6-8) 379 Martin (7-8) - Martin (7-9) 155 Sackett (2-6) - Martin (8-9) 229 Martin (8-10) 352 Martin (9-10) 124 Perez (4-4) 134 Perez (4-5) 74 Sackett (2-7) 74 Martin (9-11) - Martin (10-11) 492 Martin (10-12) 442 Martin (10-13) 259 Martin (10-14) - Martin (10-15) 186

Time 2:05 2:12 2:08 1:47 1:49 1:24 1:40 1:50 1:30 2:15 1:48 1:45 1:45 1:38 1:55 2:27 2:30 1:02 2:05 2:00 1:40 2:00 2:00 2:30 2:10 2:04 1:51 1:29 210 2:08 1:40 1:44 2:08 2:10 1:52 1:34 2:26 2:10 2:15 1:42 2:12 1:55 2:11


2009 SEASON STATISTICS

No. Player 1 Neimann, Megan 18 Steadman, Kylee 13 Sackett, Amber 4 Woodworth, Meghan 21 Jarrell, Courtney 10 Kisner, Megan 15 Anderson, Jessica 12 McGraw, Cherylyn 3 Augino, Lauren 9 Perez, Amanda 5 Giles, Whitney 7 Telarroja, Samantha 2 Poll, Kami 22 Martin, Jessica 11 Christianson, Maggie 8 Warren, Katelynn Totals Opponent No. 22 13 9

Home: 7-9 Away: 4-11 Neutral: 5-7 AVG .400 .383 .371 .364 .333 .313 .306 .303 .294 .293 .250 .220 .200 .172 .135 .091 .320 .314

GP-GS AB R H 2B 43-43 140 32 56 8 42-21 128 23 49 9 40-38 105 22 39 10 41-41 132 36 48 13 19-0 6 4 2 1 27-5 32 5 10 2 41-41 108 18 33 6 43-43 132 23 40 8 42-42 119 31 35 3 42-42 116 9 34 7 9-2 4 1 1 0 37-35 59 10 13 2 23-0 5 10 1 0 15-12 29 2 5 2 32-27 37 1 5 0 20-4 11 4 1 0 43 1163 231 372 71 43 1132 289 356 63

3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB 5 1 34 77 .550 10 3 4 34 76 .594 11 0 2 21 55 .524 13 2 1 13 68 .515 15 0 0 3 3 .500 1 0 0 4 12 .375 5 0 4 18 51 .472 14 1 4 27 62 .470 16 0 1 8 41 .345 16 0 4 20 53 .457 7 0 0 1 1 .250 0 0 1 4 18 .305 3 0 0 1 1 .200 0 0 0 2 7 .241 3 0 0 5 5 .135 4 0 0 2 1 .091 1 11 22 197 531 .457 119 7 4 246 595 .526 167

HP SO GDP OB% SF 2 9 0 .44 1 1 14 0 .436 0 1 17 0 .442 1 3 8 0 .437 1 0 3 0 .429 0 0 4 1 .405 0 0 17 0 .379 2 2 6 0 .384 1 1 32 0 .382 0 2 20 1 .341 1 1 2 0 .400 0 0 21 0 .258 0 0 3 0 .200 0 0 10 1 .250 0 0 16 0 .220 0 1 4 0 .231 0 14 186 3 .388 7 34 109 4 .415 10

SH 5 0 2 0 0 3 1 0 10 2 0 3 0 1 1 0 28 41

SB-ATT PO A E FLD% 11-13 98 67 14 .922 2-4 90 7 6 .942 4-5 32 29 2 .968 13-14 72 2 2 .974 1-2 1 0 0 1.000 1-1 13 7 2 .909 6-6 34 103 6 .958 0-2 271 13 3 .990 11-15 150 3 7 .883 0-0 1 12 1 .929 0-0 16 3 0 1.000 0-3 50 59 16 .872 1-1 0 0 0 .000 1-2 1 15 5 .762 0-0 62 9 6 .922 0-0 11 9 4 .833 51-68 802 338 74 .939 33-38 817 307 65 .945

Player ERA W-L APP GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR B/AVG WP HP BK SFA SHA Martin, Jessica 5.99 10-15 29 26 15 3/0 0 141.1 170 140 121 101 69 27 5 20 .296 31 16 0 5 24 Sackett, Amber 6.53 2-8 18 8 2 0/0 0 64.1 94 77 60 34 24 19 1 17 .331 7 14 0 2 15 Perez, Amanda

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University of Maine

San Jose State University

Idaho State University

Location Orono, Maine Enrollment 12,000 Colors Maine Blue, Navy Blue, White Conference America East Home Field Mike Kessock Field Mascot Black Bears UM Coaching Staff Head Coach Deb Smith Record at UM/Years 151-163 (6) Overall Record/Years 195-262 (9) Asisstant Coaches Linnea Utecht Team Information 2009 Record 32-22 Starters - Returning/Lost 10/3 Lettermen - Returning/Lost 17/4 Sports Information Softball Contact Barrett Gilham Office Number 207-581-3596

Location San Jose , Calif. Enrollment 32,746 Colors Gold, White, Blue Conference Western Athletic Home Field San Jose State Field Mascot Spartans SJSU Coaching Staff Head Coach Peter Turner Record at SJSU/Years 68-100 (3) Overall Record/Years Same Asisstant Coaches Christen Hardee Chase Turner, Thad Brown Team Information 2009 Record 19-37 Starters - Returning/Lost 11/2 Lettermen - Returning/Lost 13/3 Sports Information Softball Contact Amy Villa Office Number 408-924-1216

Location Pocatello, ID Enrollment 13,494 Colors Black, Orange Conference Pacific Coast Home Field Rainey Park Mascot Bengals Idaho State Coaching Staff Head Coach Andrea Wilson Record at ISU/Years 20-21 (2) Asisstant Coach Shelly Prochaska Team Information 2009 Record 20-21 Starters - Returning/Lost 6/4 Lettermen - Returning/Lost 6/6 Sports Information Softball Contact Frank Mercogliano Office Number 208-282-2621 E-Mail mercfran@isu.edu

UC Santa Barbara

CS Bakersfield

Utah State University

Location Santa Barbara, Calif. Enrollment 20,000 Colors Blue, Gold Conference Big West Home Field Campus Diamond Mascot Gauchos UCSB Cosching Staff Head Coach Brie Galiciano Record at UCSB/Years 56-49 Overall Record/Years Same Asisstant Coaches Caitlin Benyi Christine Ramos Team Information 2009 Record 26-25 Starters - Returning/Lost 6/3 Lettermen - Returning/Lost 13/5 Sports Information Softball Contact Lisa Skvarla Office Number 805-893-7760

Location Bakersfield, Calif. Enrollment 8,000 Colors Blue , Gold Conference Pacific Coast Softball Home Field Roadrunner Softball Complex Mascot Roadrunners

Location Logan, Utah Enrollment 23,925 Colors Navy Blue, White Conference Western Athletic Home Field Johnson Field Mascot Aggies USU Coaching Staff Head Coach Carissa Millsap-Kalaba Record at USU/Years First Season Overall Record/Years First Season Asisstant Coaches Kyla Sullivan Kelly Park Team Information 2009 Record 10-37 Starters - Returning/Lost 5/6 Lettermen - Returning/Lost 10/6 Sports Information Softball Contact Kara Fisher Office Number 435-797-1361

Colorado State University

North Dakota State University

South Dakota State University

Location Fort Collins, CO Enrollment 25,413 Colors Green, Gold Conference Mountain West Home Field Ram Field Mascot Colorado State Cosching Staff Head Coach Mary Yori Record at CSU/Years 247-222 (9) Overall Record/Years 706-380 (20) Asisstant Coaches Tonja Hadley Dedeann Pendleton

Location Fargo, ND Enrollment 13,229 Colors Green, Yellow Conference The Summit Home Field Ellig Sports Complex Mascot Bison NDSU Coaching Staff Head Coach Darren Mueller Record at NDSU/Years 288-148 (8) Overall Record/Years Same Associate Head Coach Jamie Trachsel Assistant Coach Brittany Weil

Team Information 2009 Record 26-25 Starters - Returning/Lost 7/1 Lettermen - Returning/Lost 15/3 Sports Information Softball Contact Tawny Dennis/Danny Mattie Office Number 970-491-5050

Team Information 2009 Record Starters - Returning/Lost Lettermen - Returning/Lost Sports Information Softball Contact Office Number

Location Brookings, SD Enrollment 12,376 Colors Yellow, Blue Conference The Summit Home Field Jackrabbit Softball Stadium Mascot Jackrabbits SDSU Coaching Staff Head Coach Joanna Lane Record at SDSU/Years 27-68 (2) Overall Record/Years Same Asisstant Coaches Haley Long Chad Kulpa Team Information 2009 Record 10-41 Starters - Returning/Lost 6/3 Lettermen - Returning/Lost 7/6 Sports Information Softball Contact Ryan Sweeter Office Number 605-668-4822

Bakersfield Cosching Staff Head Coach Kathy Welter Record at Bakersfield/Years 951-415-3 (24) Overall Record/Years 1,090-504-7 (30) Asisstant Coaches Kristi Lansford Christie Hill Team Information 2009 Record Starters - Returning/Lost Lettermen - Returning/Lost Sports Information Softball Contact Office Number

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28-23 7/3 14/2 Kevin Gilmore 661-654-6071

38-20 6/3 10/5 Jeff Schwartz 701-231-8332


OPPONENTS Bucknell University

University of North Dakota

Location Caldwell, ID Enrollment 1,016 Colors Purple, Gold Conference Cascade Collegiate (NAIA) Home Field Symms Field Mascot Coyotes CI Cosching Staff Head Coach Al Mendiola Record at CI/Years 117-75 (5) Overall Record/Years Same Asisstant Coaches Lisa Velasquez Curt Thiel Nicole Becvar Team Information 2009 Record 34-18 Starters - Returning/Lost 5/4 Lettermen - Returning/Lost 14/9 Sports Information Softball Contact Mike Safford, Jr. Office Number 208-459-5681

Location Lewisburg, PA Enrollment 3,583 Colors Orange, Blue Conference Patriot Home Field Varsity Softball Field Mascot Bison Bucknell Coaching Staff Head Coach Heather Rakosik Record at BU/Years 88-153-1 Overall Record/Years 160-235-2 Asisstant Coaches Samantha Kszepka Laurie Blazska Sandra Mowery Team Information 2009 Record 19-32 Starters - Returning/Lost 15/7 Lettermen - Returning/Lost 5/4 Sports Information Softball Contact Becky Hart Office Number 570-577-1835

Location Grand Forks, ND Enrollment 12,748 Colors Kelly Green, White Conference Great West Home Field Apollo Softball Complex Mascot Fighting Sioux North Dakota Coaching Staff Head Coach Sami Strinz Record at UND/Years 28-67 (2) Overall Record/Years Same Associate Head Coach Randy Ward Assistant Coach Kirsten Whitt

Loyola Marymount University

Houston Baptist University

University of South Dakota

Location Los Angeles, CA Enrollment 8,300 Colors Crimson, Navy Blue, Gray Conference Pacific Coast Home Field Smith Field Mascot Lions Loyola Marymount Cosching Staff Head Coach Gary Ferrin Record at LMU/Years 526-388-1 (15) Overall Record/Years Same Asisstant Coaches Danielle Kaminaka Josh Musselman Team Information 2009 Record 24-30 Starters - Returning/Lost 5/4 Lettermen - Returning/Lost 14/4 Sports Information Softball Contact Mark Dodson Office Number 310-338-5798

Location Houston, Texas Enrollment 2,552 Colors Royal Blue, Orange Conference Great West Home Field Husky Field Mascot Huskies HBU Cosching Staff Head Coach Mary-Ellen Hall Record at HBU/Years 623-267 (19) Overall Record/Years Same Asisstant Coach Roger Wilhite Team Information 2008 Record 18-23 Starters - Returning/Lost 9/3 Sports Information Softball Contact Mary Ellen Leisering Office Number 281-649-3087 E-Mail: mleisering@hbu.edu

Location Vermillion, SD Enrollment 9,617 Colors Red, Silver Conference Great West Home Field DakotaDome Mascot Coyotes USD Coaching Staff Head Coach Amy Klyse Record at USD/Years 52-38 (3) Overall Record/Years Same Asisstant Coaches Tagney Jones Ally Rutherford Team Information 2009 Record 33-18 Starters - Returning/Lost 7/2 Lettermen - Returning/Lost 11/5 Sports Information Softball Contact Tom Berg Office Number 605-677-8813

University of Utah

Weber State University

Brigham Young University

Location Salt Lake City, Utah Enrollment 29,025 Colors Crimson, White Conference Mountain West Home Field Ute Field Mascot Utes Utah Coaching Staff Head Coach Amy Hogue Record at Utah/Years 50-58 Overall Record/Years 247-140 (7) Asisstant Coaches Adrian Gregory-Mendoza Cody Thomson Team Information 2009 Record 22-31 Starters - Returning/Lost 6/4 Lettermen - Returning/Lost 13/5

Location Ogden, Utah Enrollment 18,000 Colors Purple, White Conference Pacific Coast Home Field TBA Mascot Wildcats WSU Coaching Staff Head Coach Tina Johnson Record at WSU/Years First Season Overall Record/Years 90-87 (6) Asisstant Coaches Sara Mason Anne Morton Team Information 2009 Record -Starters - Returning/Lost -Lettermen - Returning/Lost - Sports Information Softball Contact Darin Hogge Office Number 801-626-6012

Location Provo, Utah Enrollment 29,854 Colors Blue, White Conference Mountain West Home Field Gail Miller Field Mascot Cougars BYU Coaching Staff Head Coach Gordon Eakin Record at USD/Years 284-128 (8) Overall Record/Years Same Asisstant Coaches Vaughn Alvey Ianeta Le’i, Bob Shober

Sports Information Softball Contact Office Number

Mike DeVine 801-581-8997

Team Information 2009 Record Starters - Returning/Lost Lettermen - Returning/Lost

9-33 5/9 5/8

Sports Information Softball Contact Derek Koenen Office Number 701-777-6743

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College of Idaho

Team Information 2009 Record 40-18 Starters - Returning/Lost 8/1 Lettermen - Returning/Lost 14/2 Sports Information Softball Contact Eric Zeugschmidt Office Number 801-422-8999

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Portland State University

Seattle University

University of Northern Colorado

Location Portland, OR Enrollment 27,000 Colors Green White, Silver Conference Pacific Coast Home Field Erv Lind Stadium Mascot Vikings Portland State Staff Head Coach Tobin Echo-Hawk Record at PSU/Years 29-26 (1) Overall Record/Years Same Asisstant Coaches Kellyn Tate Kellie Wilkerson Kirsten L’Heureux Team Information 2009 Record 29-26 Starters - Returning/Lost 4/5 Lettermen - Returning/Lost 10/7 Sports Information Softball Contact Ryan Borde Office Number 503-725-2525

Location Seattle, Wash. Enrollment 7,529 Colors Red, White Conference Pacific Coast Home Field Logan Field Mascot Redhawks Seattle Coaching Staff Head Coach Dan Powers Record at SU/Years 185-111 Overall Record/Years Same Asisstant Coaches Sean Praven Kim Gonzalez

Location Greeley, Colo. Enrollment 12,148 Colors Blue, Gold Conference Pacific Coast Home Field Butler-Hancock Field Mascot Bears Northern Colorado Coaching Staff Head Coach Jen Schunke Record at UNC/Years 45-108 (4) Overall Record/Years Same Asisstant Coaches Cristin Green Mark Roberts Team Information 2009 Record 18-32 Starters - Returning/Lost 8/2 Lettermen - Returning/Lost 10/5 Sports Information Softball Contact Scott Ward Office Number 970-351-2522

Team Information 2009 Record Starters - Returning/Lost Lettermen - Returning/Lost Sports Information Softball Contact Office Number

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18-20 5/4 11/7 Jason Behenna 206-296-2490


2009 SEASON LEADERS offensive leaders Batting avg (min. 30 ABs) 1. Magan Niemann 2. Kylee Steadman 3. Amber Sackett 4. Meghan Woodworth 5. Jessica Anderson

.400 .383 .371 .364 .306

Runs scored 1. Meghan Woodworth 2. Magan Niemann 3. Lauren Augino 4. Cherylyn McGraw Kylee Steadman

36 32 31 23 23

Total bases 1. Magan Neimann 2. Kylee Steadman 3. Meghan Woodworth 4. Cherylyn McGraw 5. Amber Sackett

77 76 68 62 55

Sacrifices 1. Lauren Augino 2. Magan Niemann Several tied with 3

Walks 1. Lauren Augino Cherylyn McGraw 3. Meghan Woodworth 4. Jessica Anderson 5. Amber Sackett

2 1

16 16 15 14 13

Hit by pitch 1. Meghan Woodworth 2. Amada Perez Cherylyn McGraw Magan Niemann 5. Five tied with 1 Stolen bases 1. Meghan Woodwoth

3 2 2 2

13

140 132 132 128 119

Slugging pct 1. Kylee Steadman 2. Magan Niemann 3. Amber Sackett 4. Meghan Woodworth 5. Courtney Jarrell

.594 .550 .524 .515 .500

Hits 1. Magan Niemann 2. Kylee Steadman 3. Meghan Woodworth 4. Cherylyn McGraw 5. Amber Sackett

56 49 48 40 39

Doubles 1. Meghan Woodworth 2. Amber Sackett 3. Kylee Steadman 4. Cherylyn McGraw Magan Niemann

13 10 9 8 8

5 3

1. Jessica Martin 2. Amanda Perez 3. Amber Sackett

10 4 2

Innings pitched 1. Jessica Martin 2. Amber Sackett 3. Amanda Perez

141.1 64.1 61.2

Games started 1. Jessica Martin 2. Amanda Perez 3. Amber Sackett

26 9 8

Strikeouts 1. Jessica Martin 2. Amber Sackett 3. Amanda Perez

69 24 16

fielding leaders Fielding pct (Min. 60 chances) 1. Cherylyn McGraw .990 2. Meghan Woodworth .974 3. Kylee Steadman .942 4. Maggie Christianson .922 Magan Niemann .922

10 6

At bats 1. Magan Niemann 2. Cherylyn McGraw Meghan Woodworth 4. Kylee Steadman 5. Lauren Augino

Triples 1. Magan Niemann 2. Kylee Steadman

3. Meghan Woodworth 4. Cherylyn McGraw

Steal attempts 1. Lauren Augino 2. Meghan Woodworth 3. Magan Niemann 4. Jessica Anderson 5. Amber Sackett On base pct (min. 100 ABs) 1. Magan Niemann 2. Amber Sackett 3. Meghan Woodworth 4. Kylee Steadman 5. Courtney Jarrell

15 14 13 6 5

.444 .442 .437 .436 .429

Runs batted in 1. Magan Niemann Kylee Steadman 3. Cherylyn McGraw 4. Amber Sackett 5. Amanda Perez

34 34 27 21 20

Home runs 1. Jessica Anderson Amanda Perez Cherylyn McGraw Kylee Steadman 5. Amber Sackett

4 4 4 4 2

2. Lauren Augino Magan Niemann 4. Jessica Anderson 5. Amber Sackett

11 11 6 4

Stolen base pct (min. 5 Atts) 1. Jessica Anderson 1.000 2. Meghan Woodworth .929 3. Magan Niemann .846 4. Amber Sackett .800 5. Lauren Augino .733 Games Started 1. Magan Niemann Cherylyn McGraw 3. Lauren Augino Amber Sackett 42 5. Three tied with 41

43 43 42

Pitching leaders Earned run avg 1. Jessica Martin 2. Amber Sackett 3. Amanda Perez Wins

5.99 6.53 6.81

Assists 1. Jessica Anderson 2. Magan Niemann 3. Samantha Telarroja 4. Amber Sackett 5. Jessica Martin

103 67 59 29 15

Chances 1. Cherylyn McGraw 2. Magan Niemann 3. Jessica Anderson 4. Samantha Telarroja 5. Kylee Steadman

287 179 143 125 103

Runners Thrown Out 1. Maggie Christianson 2. Jessica Martin Amanda Perez 4. Amber Sackett

5 2 2 1

Putouts 1. Cherylyn McGraw 2. Magan Niemann 3. Kylee Steadman 4. Meghan Woodworth 5. Maggie Christianson

271 98 90 72 62.

Double Plays Turned 1. Cherylyn McGraw 2. Magan Niemann 3. Jessica Anderson Samantha Telarroja 5. Three tied with 2

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2004 (18-16) Head Coach: Angie Crawford Date Opponent Result Feb. 28 @UNLV W, 4-1 Feb. 28 Simon Fraser L, 5-3 Feb. 29 Simon Fraser L, 2-5 Feb. 29 @UNLV L, 0-6 Mar. 3 @Northwest Nazarene W, 7-5 Mar. 3 @Northwest Nazarene W, 8-0 Mar. 5 Albertson W, 8-7 Mar. 5 Simon Fraser W, 5-2 Mar. 6 Northwest Nazarene W, 9-4 Mar. 6 Southern Oregon L, 2-3 Mar. 6 Eastern Oregon W, 11-8 Mar. 7 Southern Oregon W, 5-0 Mar. 7 Simon Fraser L, 4-5 Mar. 20 Northwest Nazarene W, 12-0 Mar. 20 Northwest Nazarene W, 3-2 Mar. 23 @Fort Lewis College L, 1-4 Mar. 24 @Adams State L, 2-3 Mar. 24 @Adams State W, 13-3 Mar. 25 @Fort Lewis College W, 6-1 Mar. 25 @Fort Lewis College W, 9-0 Mar. 30 Brigham Young Univ. L, 2-15 Mar. 30 Brigham Young Univ. L, 1-11 Apr. 3 @Weber State W, 9-2 Apr. 3 @Weber State W, 15-0 Apr. 6 @Utah L, 5-8 Apr. 15 @CU-Colorado Springs L, 4-5 Apr. 15 @CU-Colorado Springs W, 9-6 Apr. 16 @Northern Colorado L, 3-6 Apr. 16 @Northern Colorado L, 7-8 Apr. 17 @Northern Colorado W, 7-5 Apr. 17 @Northern Colorado W, 8-2 Apr. 20 @Brigham Young Univ. L, 2-8 Apr. 20 @Brigham Young Univ. L, 1-11 Apr. 27 @Utah L,0-8

2005 (13-36-1) Head Coach: Todd Fairbourne Date Opponent Result Feb. 4 Utah L, 0-9 Feb. 4 BYU L, 3-21 Feb. 5 Southern Utah L, 7-9 Feb. 5 Utah L, 3-10 Feb. 11 @New Mexico State L, 0-4 Feb. 12 Purdue L, 1-4 Feb. 13 Texas-Arlington L, 1-9 Feb. 13 University of Kansas L, 0-5 Feb. 13 Missouri-Kansas City L,3-4 Feb. 25 @Northwest Nazarene L, 2-3 Feb. 26 @Northwest Nazarene W, 10-2 Feb. 26 @Northwest Nazarene W, 8-0 Feb. 27 @Albertsons W, 4-3 Feb. 27 @Albertsons W, 6-0 Mar. 11 Utah State W, 4-2 Mar. 11 Utah State L, 6-8 Mar. 12 Albertsons W, 7-2 Mar. 12 Albertsons W, 11-3 Mar. 15 @Saint Mary’s W, 6-2 Mar. 15 @Saint Mary’s L, 1-3 Mar. 16 @Sacramento State L, 0-3 Mar. 16 @Sacramento State L, 0-6 Mar. 18 Northwestern L, 0-9 Mar. 18 Portland State L, 3-4 Mar. 28 @Southern Utah L, 9-10 Mar. 28 @Southern Utah T, 4-4 Mar. 30 @BYU L, 0-8 Apr. 1 McNeese State L, 1-5 Apr. 1 @Nevada L, 1-4 Apr. 2 UOP L, 2-11 Apr. 2 McNeese State L, 2-5 Apr. 3 @Nevada L, 6-14 Apr. 6 Utah L, 0-5 Apr. 6 Utah L, 3-5 Apr. 8 Northern Colorado W, 10-4 Apr. 8 Northern Colorado W, 9-7 Apr. 9 Northern Colorado L, 6-11 Apr. 9 Northern Colorado L, 5-7 Apr. 12 BYU L, 3-5 Apr. 16 @Nevada L, 0-10 Apr. 16 @Nevada L, 3-12 Apr. 17 @Nevada L, 1-7 Apr. 23 @Northern Colorado W, 10-0 Apr. 23 @Northern Colorado L, 1-5 Apr. 24 @Northern Colorado W, 7-4 Apr. 24 @Northern Colorado W, 8-5 Apr. 30 @Utah State L, 1-9 Apr. 30 @Utah State L, 9-11 May. 5 Washington L, 0-6 May. 6 @Utah L, 4-5

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2006 (15-36) Head Coach: Todd Fairbourne Date Opponent Result Feb. 11 Albertson W, 10-2 Feb. 11 Albertson W, 11-1 Feb. 17 George Mason W, 5-4 Feb. 17 Texas State L, 11-2 Feb. 18 Morehead State W, 7-4 Feb. 19 Miami (Ohio) L, 6-4 Feb. 19 New Mexico State L, 9-0 Feb. 25 Santa Clara W, 4-1 Feb. 25 @ #14 Washington L, 8-0 Feb. 26 Santa Clara L, 2-0 Feb. 26 @ #14 Washington L, 8-0 Mar. 4 @ New Mexico L, 5-4 Mar. 4 @ New Mexico L, 7-2 Mar. 5 @ New Mexico L, 12-1 Mar. 5 @ New Mexico L, 6-5 Mar. 11 North Texas L, 8-5 Mar. 11 @ #14 Oklahoma L, 19-7 Mar. 12 North Texas L, 7-0 Mar. 12 @ #14 Oklahoma L, 14-1 Mar. 17 @ San Diego L, 2-0 Mar. 17 @ San Diego W, 3-1 Mar. 19 @ Long Beach State L, 1-0 Mar. 19 @ Long Beach State L, 5-3 Mar. 24 @ Utah L, 3-2 Mar. 25 Harvard L, 4-1 Mar. 25 Portland State L, 13-0 Mar. 27 Harvard W, 3-2 Mar. 27 Harvard L, 12-4 Mar. 31 North Dakota State L, 6-1 Mar. 31 @ Nevada L, 14-2 Apr. 1 Saint Mary’s W, 11-10 Apr. 1 Portland State L, 8-0 Apr. 2 Saint Mary’s W, 9-5 Apr. 4 Southern Utah W, 5-1 Apr. 4 Southern Utah L, 4-2 Apr. 7 Utah L, 8-0 Apr. 15 Eastern Oregon W, 1-0 Apr. 15 Eastern Oregon W, 14-3 Apr. 16 @ Albertson L, 7-5 Apr. 16 @ Albertson W, 8-2 Apr. 18 @ Southern Utah L, 16-1 Apr. 18 @ Southern Utah L, 10-2 Apr. 20 @ BYU L, 4-0 Apr. 28 North Dakota State L, 9-0 Apr. 28 @ Northern Colorado L, 6-0 Apr. 29 South Dakota State W, 2-1 Apr. 29 North Dakota State L, 2-1 Apr. 30 South Dakota State L, 4-3 May 2 BYU W, 3-1 May 3 Utah L, 10-0 May 3 Utah L, 6-4


YEAR-BY-YEAR 2008 (17-34) Head Coach: Todd Fairbourne Date Opponent Result Feb. 8 Northern Colorado L, 5-4 Feb. 8 Loyola Marymount L, 3-2 Feb. 9 Rhode Island W, 11-5 Feb. 9 Idaho State W, 5-4 Feb. 10 Wisconsin L, 4-3 Feb. 22 Texas A&M Corpus Christi L, 9-0 (5) Feb. 23 @ New Mexico State L, 12-8 Feb. 23 Samford L, 7-6 Feb. 24 Indiana State L, 8-0 (5) Feb. 24 Oklahoma State L, 12-0 (5) Mar. 1 College of Idaho W, 8-0 (5) Mar. 1 College of Idaho L, 4-2 Mar. 7 Buffalo W, 6-5 (8) Mar. 7 Iowa L, 6-0 Mar. 8 @ UC Riverside L, 2-1 Mar. 9 Iowa L, 11-1 (5) Mar. 14 @ UNLV L, 11-1 (5) Mar. 14 @ UNLV L, 4-1 Mar. 15 Nebraska L, 5-3 Mar. 15 @ UNLV L, 9-1 Mar. 19 South Dakota St. L, 5-1 Mar. 19 South Dakota St. W, 13-5 Mar. 25 Utah State L, 11-2 (5) Mar. 25 Utah State L, 8-2 Apr. 1 BYU L, 7-0 Apr. 2 @ Utah State L, 9-4 Apr. 2 @ Utah State L, 10-1 Apr. 8 Idaho State W, 8-0 (6) Apr. 8 Idaho State W, 4-3 Apr. 12 @ Cal State Bakersfield W, 9-4 Apr. 12 @ Cal State Bakersfield L, 7-4 Apr. 13 @ Cal State Bakersfield L, 4-2 Apr. 13 @ Cal State Bakersfield L, 5-4 Apr. 16 BYU L, 22-2 Apr. 18 @ Northern Colorado L, 7-6 Apr. 18 @ Northern Colorado L, 6-2 Apr. 19 @ Northern Colorado L, 5-2 Apr. 19 @ Northern Colorado W, 6-5 Apr. 26 @ Idaho State W, 10-0 (5) Apr. 26 @ Idaho State W, 4-2 Apr. 28 Northern Colorado W, 10-2 (6) Apr. 28 Northern Colorado L, 7-2 Apr. 30 Northern Colorado L, 10-2 (5) Apr. 30 Northern Colorado L, 6-3 May 2 Cal State Bakersfield W, 6-4 May 2 Cal State Bakersfield W, 6-1 May 3 Cal State Bakersfield W, 11-5 May 3 Cal State Bakersfield W, 5-4 May 5 Utah W, 3-1 May 5 Utah L, 7-6 (8) May 6 @ BYU L, 6-1

209 (16-27) Head Coach: Todd Fairbourne Date Opponent Result Feb. 6 vs. Southern Utah W, 6-5 Feb. 7 vs. Loyola Marymount L,7-5 Feb. 7 vs. Idaho State W, 7-3 Feb. 8 vs. San Jose State L, 14-4 Feb. 8 vs. Utah L, 10-2 Feb. 25 @ Fresno State L, 12-1 Feb. 28 vs. Brown W, 11-3 Feb. 28 @ St. Mary’s L, 4-2 Mar. 6 @ Loyola Marymount W, 6-5 Mar. 6 vs. Seattle L, 9-2 Mar. 7 vs. St. Mary’s L, 3-2 Mar. 7 vs. Seattle L, 11-5 Mar. 8 vs. St. Mary’s L, 11-2 Mar. 13 @ College of Idaho W, 4-0 Mar. 13 @ College of Idaho W, 5-3 Mar. 14 @ Boise State L, 7-6 Mar. 14 @ Boise State L, 7-0 Mar. 15 vs. Eastern Oregon W, 9-0 Mar. 15 vs. Eastern Oregon W, 22-3 Mar. 20 Northern Colorado W, 10-2 Mar. 20 Northern Colorado L, 7-5 Mar. 21 Northern Colorado L, 9-4 Mar. 21 Northern Colorado L, 6-3 Mar. 23 Boise State L, 14-9 Mar. 23 Boise State W, 11-9 Mar. 27 North Dakota L, 6-2 Mar. 28 Idaho State L, 8-2 Mar. 28 Idaho State W, 11-2 Mar. 31 Utah State W, 6-5 Mar. 31 Utah State L, 7-0 Apr. 4 Houston Baptist W, 5-4 Apr. 4 Houston Baptist W, 8-0 Apr. 7 BYU L, 9-2 Apr. 10 @ Northern Colorado W, 8-7 Apr. 10 @ Northern Colorado L, 7-6 Apr. 11 @ Northern Colorado L, 13-5 Apr. 11 @ Northern Colorado L, 9-8 Apr. 21 Utah L, 4-2 Apr. 21 Utah W, 6-4 Apr. 23 @ BYU L, 12-1 Apr. 23 @ BYU L, 12-4 Apr. 25 @ Idaho State L, 7-4 Apr. 25 @ Idaho State L, 9-8

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2007 (23-29) Head Coach: Todd Fairbourne Date Opponent Result Feb. 9 Idaho State W, 11-5 Feb. 9 Loyola Marymount L, 6-1 Feb. 10 BYU L, 9-0 Feb. 10 Southern Utah L, 14-6 Feb. 23 Utah State L, 9-3 Feb. 23 Southern Utah W, 8-7 Feb. 24 Utah State W, 2-1 Feb. 24 Southern Utah L, 9-0 Mar. 2 North Florida L, 8-4 Mar. 2 Houston L, 7-6 Mar. 3 UC Santa Barbara L, 4-0 Mar. 3 Houston L, 1-0 Mar. 4 UC Santa Barbara L, 4-0 Mar. 4 @ #2 Arizona State L, 12-0 Mar. 9 Stony Brook W, 10-4 Mar. 9 Idaho State W, 8-4 Mar. 10 @ Saint Mary’s W, 9-2 Mar. 11 Idaho State W, 7-3 Mar. 11 @ Saint Mary’s W, 3-2 Mar. 13 Utah L, 2-0 Mar. 17 @ New Mexico L, 3-0 Mar. 17 @ New Mexico W, 5-3 Mar. 18 @ New Mexico L, 8-0 Mar. 24 @ #16 Oregon State L, 9-1 Mar. 24 @ #16 Oregon State L, 7-2 Mar. 25 @ #12 Oregon L, 10-1 Mar. 25 @ #12 Oregon L, 9-1 Apr. 3 @ Utah State W, 11-0 Apr. 3 @ Utah State L, 7-1 Apr. 5 Nevada L, 6-4 Apr. 5 Nevada L, 4-3 Apr. 6 Northern Colorado W, 9-2 Apr. 6 Northern Colorado W, 8-0 Apr. 7 Northern Colorado W, 9-1 Apr. 7 Northern Colorado W, 6-0 Apr. 10 @ BYU L, 8-0 Apr. 11 Southern Utah L, 5-2 Apr. 11 Southern Utah W, 10-7 Apr. 14 @ Idaho State L, 3-2 Apr. 14 @ Idaho State W, 4-2 Apr. 16 Northwest Nazarene W, 10-1 Apr. 16 Northwest Nazarene W, 15-0 Apr. 17 Utah State W, 7-6 Apr. 17 Utah State W, 4-2 Apr. 21 @ Northern Colorado W, 16-8 Apr. 21 @ Northern Colorado L, 11-6 Apr. 22 @ Northern Colorado W, 7-3 Apr. 22 @ Northern Colorado L, 4-3 May 1 @ BYU L, 12-3 May 5 Idaho State W, 13-5 May 5 Idaho State L, 11-8 May 8 BYU L, 6-3

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ALL-TIME OPPONENTS All time vs. opponents

Feb. 24, 2008

Adams State March 24, 2004 March 24, 2004

(1-1) L, 3-2 W, 13-3

Arizona State March 4, 2007

(0-1) L, 12-0

BYU March 30, 2004 March 30, 2004 April 20, 2004 April 20, 2004 Feb. 4, 2004 March 30, 2005 April 12, 2005 April 20, 2006 May 2, 2006 Feb. 10, 2007 April 10, 2007 May 1, 2007 May 8, 2007 April 1, 2008 April 16, 2008 May 6, 2008

(1-15) L, 15-2 L, 11-1 L, 8-2 L, 11-1 L, 21-3 L, 8-0 L, 5-3 L, 4-0 W, 3-1 L, 9-0 L, 8-0 L, 12-3 L, 6-3 L, 7-0 L, 22-2 L, 6-1

Buffalo Mar. 7 2008

(1-0) W, 6-5 (8)

CSU Bakersfield April 12, 2008 April 12, 2008 April 13, 2008 April 13, 2008 May 2, 2008 May 2, 2008 May 3, 2008 May 3, 2008

(5-3) W, 9-4 L, 7-4 L, 4-2 L, 5-4 W, 6-4 W, 6-1 W, 11-5 W, 5-4

College of Idaho (Albertson) (9-2) March 5, 2004 W, 8-7 Feb. 27, 2005 W, 4-3 Feb. 27, 2005 W, 6-0 March 12, 2005 W, 7-2 March 12, 2005 W, 11-3 Feb. 11, 2006 W, 10-2 Feb. 11, 2006 W, 11-1 April 16, 2006 L, 7-5 April 16, 2006 W, 8-2 Mar. 1, 2008 W, 8-0 (5) Mar. 1, 2008 L, 4-2 CU-Colorado Springs April 15, 2004 April 15, 2004 Eastern Oregon March 6, 2004 April 15, 2006 April 15, 2006

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Iowa Mar. 7, 2008 Mar. 9, 2008

Fort Lewis March 23, 2004 March 25, 2004 March 25, 2004

(2-1) L, 4-1 W, 6-1 W, 9-0

George Mason Feb. 17, 2006

(1-0) W, 5-4

(1-1) L, 5-4 W, 9-6

Harvard March 25, 2006 March 27, 2006 March 27, 2006

(1-2) L, 4-1 W, 3-2 L, 12-4

(3-0) W, 11-8 W, 1-0 W, 14-3

Houston March 2, 2007 March 3, 2007

(0-2) L, 7-6 L, 1-0

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Idaho State Feb. 9, 2007 March 9, 2007 March 11, 2007 April 14, 2007 April 14, 2007 May 5, 2007 May 5, 2007 Feb. 9, 2008 April 8, 2008 April 8, 2008 April 26, 2008 April 26, 2008 Feb. 7, 2009 Indiana State

(11-2) W, 11-5 W, 8-4 W, 7-3 L, 3-2 W, 4-2 W, 13-5 L, 11-8 W, 5-4 W, 8-0 (6) W, 4-3 W, 10-0 (5) W, 4-2 W, 7-3 (0-1)

L, 8-0 (5) (0-2) L, 6-0 L, 11-1 (5)

Kansas Feb. 13, 2005

(0-1) L, 5-0

Long Beach State March 19, 2006 March 19, 2006

(0-2) L, 1-0 L, 5-3

Loyola Marymount Feb. 9, 2007 Feb. 8, 2008 Feb. 7, 2008

(0-3) L, 6-1 L, 3-2 L, 7-5

McNeese State April 1, 2005 April 2, 2005

(0-2) L, 5-1 L, 5-2

Miami (Ohio) Feb. 19, 2006

(0-1) L, 6-4

Missouri-Kansas City Feb. 13, 2005

(0-1) L, 4-3

Morehead State Feb. 18, 2006 Nebraska Mar. 15, 2008

(1-0) W, 7-4 (0-1) L, 5-3

Nevada April 1, 2005 April 3, 2005 April 16, 2005 April 16, 2005 April 17, 2005 March 31, 2006 April 5, 2007 April 5, 2007

(0-8) L, 4-1 L, 14-6 L, 10-0 L, 12-3 L, 7-1 L, 14-2 L, 6-4 L, 4-3

New Mexico March 4, 2006 March 4, 2006 March 5, 2006 March 5, 2006 March 17, 2007 March 17, 2007 March 18, 2007

(1-6) L, 5-4 L, 7-2 L, 12-1 L, 6-5 L, 3-0 W, 5-3 L, 8-0

New Mexico State Feb. 11, 2005 Feb. 19, 2006 Feb. 23, 2008

(0-3) L, 4-0 L, 9-0 L, 12-8

North Dakota State March 31, 2006 April 28, 2006 April 29, 2006

(0-3) L, 6-1 L, 9-0 L, 2-1


ALL-TIME OPPONENTS (0-1) L, 8-4 (0-2) L, 8-5 L, 7-0

Northern Colorado (15-15) April 16, 2004 L, 6-3 April 16, 2004 L, 8-7 April 17, 2004 W, 7-5 April 17, 2004 W, 8-2 April 8, 2005 W, 10-4 April 8, 2005 W, 9-7 April 9, 2005 L, 11-6 April 9, 2005 L, 7-5 April 23, 2005 W, 10-0 April 23, 2005 L, 5-1 April 24, 2005 W, 7-4 April 24, 2005 W, 8-5 April 28, 2006 L, 6-0 April 6, 2007 W, 9-2 April 6, 2007 W, 8-0 April 7, 2007 W, 9-1 April 7, 2007 W, 6-0 April 21, 2007 W, 16-8 April 21, 2007 L, 11-6 April 22, 2007 W, 7-3 April 22, 2007 L, 4-3 Feb. 8, 2008 L, 5-4 April 18, 2008 L, 7-6 April 18, 2008 L, 6-2 April 19, 2008 L, 5-2 April 19, 2008 W, 6-5 April 28, 2008 W, 10-2 (6) April 28, 2008 L, 7-2 April 30, 2008 L, 10-2 (5) April 30, 2008 L, 6-3 Northwestern March 18, 2005 Northwest Nazarene March 3, 2004 March 3, 2004 March 6, 2004 March 20, 2004 March 20, 2004 Feb. 25, 2005 Feb. 26, 2005 Feb. 26, 2005 April 16, 2007 April 16, 2007 Oklahoma March 11, 2006 March 12, 2006 Oklahoma State Feb. 24, 2008 Oregon March 25, 2007

(0-1) L, 9-0 (9-1) W, 7-5 W, 8-0 W, 9-4 W, 12-0 W, 3-2 L, 3-2 W, 10-2 W, 8-0 W, 10-1 W, 15-0 (0-2) L, 19-7 L, 14-1 (0-1) L, 12-0 (5) (0-2) L, 10-1

March 25, 2007

L, 9-1

Oregon State March 24, 2007 March 24, 2007

(0-2) L, 9-1 L, 7-2

Feb. 25, 2006 Feb. 26, 2006

W, 4-1 L, 2-0

Texas State Feb. 17, 2006

(0-1) L, 11-2

(1-3) L, 5-3 L, 5-2 W, 5-2 L, 5-4

UC Riverside Mar. 8, 2008

(0-1) L, 2-1

(2-2) W, 2-1 L, 4-3 L, 5-1

UC Santa Barbara March 3, 2007 March 4, 2007

(0-2) L, 4-0 L, 4-0

Pacific April 2, 2007

(0-1) L, 11-2

Simon Fraser Feb. 28, 2004 Feb. 29, 2004 March 5, 2004 March 7, 2004

Portland State March 18, 2005 March 25, 2006 April 1, 2006

(0-3) L, 4-3 L, 13-0 L, 8-0

South Dakota State April 29, 2006 April 30, 2006 Mar. 19, 2008

Purdue Feb. 12, 2005

(0-1) L, 4-1

Rhode Island Feb. 9, 2008

(1-0) W, 11-5

Saint Mary’s March 15, 2005 March 15, 2005 April 1, 2006 April 2, 2006 March 10, 2007 March 11, 2007

(5-1) W, 6-2 L, 3-1 W, 11-10 W, 9-5 W, 9-2 W, 3-2

Sacramento State March 16, 2005 March 16, 2005

(0-2) L, 3-0 L, 6-0

Samford Feb. 23, 2008

(0-1) L, 7-6

San Diego March 17, 2006 March 17, 2006

(1-1) L, 2-0 W, 3-1

San Jose State Feb. 8, 2009

(0-1) L, 14-4

Santa Clara

(1-1)

Mar. 19, 2008 Southern Oregon March 6, 2004 March 7, 2004

W, 13-5 (1-1) L, 3-2 W, 5-0

Southern Utah Feb. 5, 2005 March 28, 2005 March 28, 2005 April 4, 2006 April 4, 2006 April 18, 2006 April 18, 2006 Feb. 10, 2007 Feb. 23, 2007 Feb. 24, 2007 April 11, 2007 April 11, 2007 Feb. 6, 2008

(4-8-1) L, 9-7 L, 10-9 T, 4-4 W, 5-1 L, 4-2 L, 16-1 L, 10-2 L, 14-6 W, 8-7 L, 9-0 L, 5-2 W, 10-7 W, 6-5

Stony Brook March 9, 2007

(1-0) W, 10-4

Texas-Arlington Feb. 13, 2005 TAMCC Feb. 22, 2008

UNLV Feb. 28, 2004 Feb. 29, 2004 Mar. 14, 2008 Mar. 14, 2008 Mar. 15, 2008

(1-4) W, 4-1 L, 6-0 L, 11-1 (5) L, 4-1 L, 9-1)

Utah April 6, 2004 April 27, 2004 Feb. 4, 2005 Feb. 5, 2005 April 6, 2005 April 6, 2005 May 6, 2005 March 24, 2006 April 7, 2006 May 3, 2006 May 3, 2006 March 13, 2007 May 5, 2008 May 5, 2008 Feb. 8, 2009

(1-14) L, 8-5 L, 8-0 L, 9-0 L, 10-3 L, 5-0 L, 5-3 L, 5-4 L, 3-2 L, 8-0 L, 10-0 L, 6-4 L, 2-0 W, 3-1 L, 7-6 (8) L, 10-2

Utah State March 11, 2005 March 11, 2005 April 30, 2005 April 30, 2005 Feb. 23, 2007 Feb. 24, 2007 April 3, 2007 April 3, 2007 April 17, 2007 April 17, 2007 Mar. 25, 2008 Mar. 25, 2008 April 2, 2008 April 2, 2008

(5-9) W, 4-2 L, 8-6 L, 9-1 L, 11-9 L, 9-3 W, 2-1 W, 11-0 L, 7-1 W, 7-6 W, 4-2 L, 11-2 (5) L, 8-2 L, 9-4 L, 10-1

Washington May 5, 2005 Feb. 25, 2006 Feb. 26, 2006

(0-3) L, 6-0 L, 8-0 L, 8-0

(0-1) L, 9-1

Weber State April 3, 2004 April 3, 2004

(2-0) W, 9-2 W, 15-0

(0-1) L, 9-0 (5)

Wisconsin Feb. 10, 2009

(0-1) L, 4-3

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North Florida March 2, 2007 North Texas March 11, 2006 March 12, 2006

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RECORDS hitting

Most stolen bases 1. 5 - vs Rhode Island 2. 4 - seven times pitching

Most at bats 1. 40 - vs Eastern Oregon Univ 2. 39 - at CU-Colorado Springs 39 - at New Mexico 4. 38 - vs Eastern Oregon 5. 37 - vs Stony Brook

Most runs allowed 1. 22 - BYU 2. 21 - vs BYU 3. 19 - Oklahoma 4. 16 - at Southern Utah 5. 15 - BYU

team game Records

Most runs scored 1. 22 - vs. Eastern Oregon Univ 2. 16 - at Northern Colorado 3. 15 - at Weber State 15 - Northwest Nazarene 5. 14 - vs Eastern Oregon

Mar 15, 2009 Apr 21, 2007 Apr 03, 2004 Apr 16, 2007 Apr 15, 2006

Most hits 1. 24 - vs Eastern Oregon Univ 2. 18 - vs Eastern Oregon 18 - South Dakota State 4. 17 - at Northern Colorado 5. 16 - at Weber State 16 - at CU-Colorado Springs 16 - CSU Bakersfield

Mar 15, 2009 Apr 15, 2006 Mar 19, 2008 Apr 21, 2007 Apr 03, 2004 Apr 15, 2004 May 3, 2008

Most runs batted in 1. 22 - vs Eastern Oregon Univ 2. 5 - at Northern Colorado 3. 14 - vs Eastern Oregon 4. 13 - Idaho State 5. 12 - at Weber State 12 - Northwest Nazarene

Mar 15, 2009 Apr 21, 2007 Apr 15, 2006 May 5, 2007 Apr 03, 2004 Mar 20, 2004

Most doubles 1. 9 - vs Eastern Oregon 2. 7 - vs Eastern Oregon 3. 6 - vs Eastern Oregon 6 - vs Rhode Island 5. 5 - seven times Most triples 1. 4 - at Albertson 4 - at Northwest Nazarene 3. 3 - at Weber State 3 - at Northwest Nazarene 5. 2 - seven times Most home runs 1. 4 - Southern Utah 2. 3 - 12 times Most total bases 1. 35 - vs Eastern Oregon 2. 33 - vs Eastern Oregon 3. 30 - Idaho State 4. 27 - at Weber State 27 - Northwest Nazarene Most walks 1. 8 - Idaho State 8 - Northern Colorado 8 - Utah Utes 4. 7 - at Nevada 7 - vs Samford Most times hit by pitch 1. 3 - at Northern Colorado Apr 18, 2008 3 - vs North Florida Mar 2, 2007 3 - at UC Riverside Mar 8, 2008 4. 2 - seven times

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Mar 15, 2009 Apr 15, 2004 Mar 05, 2006 Apr 15, 2006 Mar 09, 2007

Apr 15, 2006 Mar 15, 2009 Apr 15, 2006 Feb 09, 2008

Feb 27, 2005 Mar 3, 2004 Apr 3, 2004 Mar 3, 2004

Apr 11, 2007

Apr 15, 2006 Mar 15, 2009 May 5, 2007 Apr 3, 2004 Apr 16, 2007

Feb 7, 2009 Apr 28, 2008 May 5, 2008 Apr 3, 2005 Feb 23, 2008

Most strikeouts 1. 11 - vs George Mason 2. 10 - five times

Feb 9, 2008

Apr 16, 2008 Feb 04, 2005 Mar 11, 2006 Apr 18, 2006 Mar 30, 2004

Feb 17, 2006

fielding Most putouts 1. 29 - at New Mexico 2. 28 - vs Houston 3. 27 - vs Eastern Oregon 4. 25 - at CU-Colorado Springs 5. 24 - nine times

Mar 5, 2006 Mar 3, 2007 Apr 15, 2006 Apr 15, 2004

Most assists 1. 18 - at Adams State 18 - Utah State 3. 17 - vs Southern Oregon 4. 14 - seven times

Mar 24, 2004 Mar 31, 2009 Mar 7, 2004

Most double plays 1. 3 - vs Eastern Oregon 2. 2 - nine times

Mar 15, 2009

INdividual Records Hitting Most at bats (Game) 1. 5 39 times

2005 2006 2007 2005 2008

Most at bats (Career) 1. 444 Cherylyn McGraw 2. 440 Rachel Hartgrove 3. 437 Heidi Stocks 4. 320 Chris Jimenez 5. 306 Sara Roskelley

2007-09 2004-06 2006-08 2005-06 2005-08

Most runs scored (Season) 1. 40 Meghan Woodworth 2. 39 Cherylyn McGraw 3. 37 Cari Hamilton 4. 36 Meghan Woodworth 5. 33 Rachel Hartgrove Most runs scored (Career) 1. 92 Cherylyn McGraw 2. 77 Rachel Hartgrove 3. 70 Heidi Stocks 4. 68 Cari Hamilton 5. 54 Kelli Wilkins

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Most hits (Season) 1. 65 Rachel Hartgrove 2. 58 Heidi Stocks 3. 56 Heidi Stocks 3. 56 Magan Niemann 5. 55 Rachel Hartgrove

2005 2007 2008 2009 2006

Most hits (Career) 1. 159 Rachel Hartgrove 2. 151 Heidi Stocks 3. 138 Cherylyn McGraw 4. 101 Amanda Kendzior 5. 100 Meghan Woodworth

2004-06 2006-08 2007-09 2004-05 2008-09

Most runs batted in (Game) 1. 6 Corie Jensen 6 Jasmine Joyce 6 Amanda Kenzior 3. 4 Jackie Roberts 4. 5 17 times

Mar 09, 2007 Apr 16, 2007 Apr 17, 2004 Feb 09, 2007

Most runs batted in (Season) 1. 45 Heidi Stocks 2. 41 Heidi Stocks 3. 40 Amanda Kendzior 4. 34 Rachel Hartgrove 34 Kylee Steadman 34 Magan Niemann

2008 2007 2005 2005 2009 2009

Most runs batted in (Career) 1. 110 Heidi Stocks 2. 92 Cherylyn McGraw 3. 86 Rachel Hartgrove 4. 70 Amanda Kendzior 5. 53 Kylee Steadman

2006-08 2007-09 2004-06 2004-05 2008-09

Most doubles (Game) 1. 3 four times 5. 2 33 times

Most at bats (Season) 1. 166 Rachel Hartgrove 2. 163 Chris Jimenez 3. 161 Cherylyn McGraw 4. 157 Chris Jimenez 157 Meghan Woodworth

Most runs (Game) 1. 4 Sara Roskelley 4 Kelli Wilkins 4 Kelli Wilkins 4. 3 31 times

Most hits (Game) 1. 4 13 times

Apr. 15, 2006 Mar 12, 2005 Apr. 8, 2005

2008 2007 2007 2009 2005

2007-09 2004-06 2006-08 2006-07 2004-05

Most doubles (Season) 1. 17 Rachel Hartgrove 17 Heidi Stocks 3. 16 Kelli Wilkins 4. 15 Heidi Stocks 5. 13 Meghan Woodworth

2005 2008 2005 2007 2009

Most doubles (Career) 1. 39 Heidi Stocks 2. 35 Rachel Hartgrove 3. 25 Meghan Woodworth 4. 24 Cherylyn McGraw 5. 21 Chris Jimenez

2006-08 2004-06 2008-09 2007-09 2005-06

Most triples (Game) 1. 2 Rachel Hartgrove

Mar 03, 2004

Most triples (Season) 1. 6 Chris Jimenez 2. 5 Rachel Hartgrove 5 Magan Niemann 4. 4 Cari Hamilton 5. 3 seven times Most triples (Career) 1. 9 Rachel Hartgrove 2. 7 Heidi Stocks 7 Chris Jimenez 4. 6 Magan Niemann 5. 5 Sara Roskelley 5 Meghan Woodworth

2005 2004 2009 2007

2004-06 2006-08 2005-06 2008-09 2005-08 2008-09


RECORDS hitting Highest batting avg. 1. .320 (372-1163) 2. .311 (293-941) 3. .290 (376-1298) 4. .284 (383-1349) 5. .278 (351-1262)

2009 2004 2005 2007 2008

3. 185 4. 175 5. 160 Most total bases 1. 620 2. 591 3. 531 4. 515 5. 446 Most walks 1. 149 2. 130 3. 119 4. 108 5. 92

2008 2005 2004 2007 2005 2009 2008 2006

2007 2008 2009 2006 2004

Highest slugging pct. 1. .460 (1349 AB) 2. .457 (1163 AB) 3. .455 (1298 AB) 4. .450 (941 AB) 5. .408 (1262 AB)

2007 2009 2005 2004 2008

Highest on base pct. 1. .388 (1163 AB) 2. .375 (941 AB) 3. .359 (1349 AB) 4. .355 (1262 AB) 5. .330 (1298 AB)

2009 2004 2007 2008 2005

Most at bats 1. 1349 2. 1298 3. 1262 4. 1256 5. 1163

2007 2005 2008 2006 2009

Most hits 1. 383 2. 376 3. 372 3. 351 4. 311 5. 293

2007 2005 2009 2008 2006 2004

Highest stolen base pct. 1. .802 (77-96) 2. .778 (35-45) 3. .771 (37-48) 4. .750 (51-68) 4. .705 (43-61) 5. .593 (32-54)

2008 2004 2007 2009 2006 2005

Most doubles 1. 89 2. 71 3. 66 66 4. 60

2005 2009 2008 2007 2006

Most sacrifice hits 1. 45 2. 39 3. 36 4. 32 5. 28

2006 2008 2007 2005 2009

Most triples 1. 18 2. 16 3. 12 12 5. 11

2005 2004 2006 2007 2009

Most stolen bases 1. 77 (77-96) 2. 51 (51-68 3. 43 (43-61) 4. 37 (37-48) 5. 35 (35-45)

2008 2009 2006 2007 2004

Most home runs 1. 49 2. 30 3. 26 4. 22 5. 17

2007 2005 2008 2009 2006

Fewest caught stealing 1. 10 (35-45) 2. 11 (37-48) 3. 17 (51-68) 4. 18 (43-61) 5. 19 (77-96)

Most runs batted in 1. 224 2. 197

2007 2009

Most stolen base attempts 1. 96 (77-96) 2008

Most intentional walks 1. 2 2004 2. 1 2006 Most runs scored 1. 252 2007 2. 204 2008 3. 191 2005 4. 187 2004 5. 158 2006 Most times hit by pitch 1. 27 2. 15 3. 14 4. 12 5. 8 Fewest strikeouts 1. 160 2. 198 3. 244 4. 260 5. 264 Most sacrifice flies 1. 13 2. 10 3. 8 8 5. 7

2. 68 (51-68) 3. 61 (43-61) 4. 54 (32-54) 4. 48 (37-48)

2009 2006 2005 2007

Fewest grounded into DP 1. 1 2004 2. 2 2008 3. 3 2009 2006 5. 6 2005 pitching Lowest earned run avg. 1. 3.48 (209.1 IP) 2. 4.56 (328.1 IP) 3. 5.10 (317.1 IP) 4. 5.28 (307.2 IP) 5. 5.42 (316.1 IP)

2004 2007 2006 2005 2008

Lowest opponent batting avg. 1. .283 (209.1 IP) 2004 2. .314 (267.1 IP) 2009 3. .316 (328.1 IP) 2007 4. .319 (317.1 IP) 2006 5. .330 (316.1 IP) 2008 2008 2007 2009 2006 2004

2004 2009 2005 2007 2008

2008 2007 2005 2004 2009

2004 2007 2009 2006 2008

Fewest walks allowed/7 inn 1. 2.03 (317.1 IP) 2006 2. 2.89 (307.2 IP) 2005 3. 3.14 (316.1 IP) 2008 4. 3.18 (209.1 IP) 2004 5. 3.24 (328.1 IP) 2007 Most strikeouts/7 inn game 1. 5.65 (328.1 IP) 2007 2. 4.14 (316.1 IP) 2008 3. 3.79 (317.1 IP) 2006 4. 3.62 (307.2 IP) 2005 5. 3.24 (209.1 IP) 2004 Most wins 1. 23 (23-29) 2. 18 (18-16) 3. 17 (17-34) 4. 14 (16-27) 5. 15 (15-36)

2007 2004 2008 2009 2006

Fewest losses 1. 16 (18-16) 2. 27 (16-27) 3. 29 (23-29) 4. 34 (17-34) 5. 36 (15-36) 36 (13-36)

2004 2009 2007 2008 2006 2005

Most saves 1. 2 2. 1 1 1

2007 2006 2004 2005

Most complete games 1. 26 26 26 4. 24 5. 22

2007 2006 2008 2005 2009

Most shutouts

1. 5 2. 4 3. 3 3 3 Most innings pitched 1. 328.1 2. 317.1 3. 316.1 4. 307.2 5. 267.1

2004 2007 2005 2008 2009 2007 2006 2008 2005 2009

Fewest hits allowed 1. 247 2. 356 3. 433 4. 444 5. 445

2004 2009 2007 2006 2008

Fewest runs allowed 1. 159 2. 276 3. 289 4. 304 304

2004 2007 2009 2005 2008

Fewest earned runs allowed 1. 104 2004 2. 214 2007 3. 231 2006 4. 232 2005 5. 241 2009 Fewest walks allowed 1. 92 2. 95 3. 127 4. 142 5. 152

2006 2004 2005 2008 2007

Most strikeouts 1. 265 2. 187 3. 172 4. 159 5. 109

2007 2008 2006 2005 2009

Most strikeouts looking 1. 97 2. 66 3. 59 4. 54 5. 39

2007 2005 2006 2008 2004

Fewest doubles allowed 1. 32 2004 2. 63 2009 3. 79 2006 4. 84 2007 5. 90 2008 Fewest triples allowed 1. 4 2. 7 3. 13 4. 14 5. 15

2004 2009 2007 2008 2006

Fewest home runs allowed 1. 19 2004 2. 51 2006 3. 54 2009

4. 55 5. 58

2007 2005

Most runners picked off 1. 4 2. 3 3. 2 Fielding Highest fielding pct. 1. .950 (949-387-71) 2. .948 (923-413-74) 3. .948 (985-369-75) 4. .943 (628-325-58) 5. .940 (952-382-85)

2007 2005 2004

2008 2005 2007 2004 2006

Low stolen base against pct. 1. .750 (39-52) 2005 2. .773 (34-44) 2004 3. .793 (46-58) 2007 4. .797 (47-59) 2008 5. .868 (33-38) 2009 Most putouts 1. 985 2. 952 3. 949 4. 923 5. 802

2007 2006 2008 2005 2009

Most assists 1. 413 2. 387 3. 382 4. 369 5. 338

2005 2008 2006 2007 2009

Fewest errors 1. 58 2. 71 3. 74 74 5. 75

2004 2008 2005 2009 2007

Most double plays turned 1. 15 2. 14 3. 12 12 5. 11

2005 2009 2008 2004 2007

Most caught stealing by 1. 13 2. 12 12 4. 10 5. 7

2005 2007 2008 2004 2006

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Team Season Records

Fewest stolen bases against 1. 33 2009 2. 34 2004 3. 39 2005 4. 46 2007 5. 47 2008 Fewest passed balls 1. 5 2. 7 3. 10 4. 11 5. 20 20

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Most home runs (Game) 1. 2 (7 times) Most home runs (Season) 1. 11 Heidi Stocks 2. 10 Heidi Stocks 10 Rachel Hartgrove 4. 9 Amanda Kendzior 5. 7 Sara Roskelley 7 Rachel Hartgrove Most home runs (Career) 1. 25 Heidi Stocks 2. 19 Rachel Hartgrove 3. 14 Amanda Kendzior 14 Cherylyn McGraw 5. 9 J ackie Roberts Most total bases (Game) 1. 10 Jasmine Joyce 2. 9 Heidi Stocks 3. 8 9 times

2007 2008 2005 2005 2007 2006

2006-08 2004-06 2004-05 2007-09 2005-07

Apr 15, 2007 Apr 21, 2007

2. 8 3. 6 4. 4 5. 3

Heidi Stocks 2006-08 Natalie Bartholomew 2006-07 Kelli Wilkins 2004-05 six times

Highest batting avg. (Season) 1. .427 Amanda Kendzior (50-117) 2. .400 Magan Niemann (56-140) 3. .392 Rachel Hartgrove (65-166) 4. .389 Stacey Johnson (37-95) 5. .389 Heidi Stocks (58-149) Highest batting avg. (Career) 1. .383 Amanda Kendzior (101-264) 2. .371 Amber Sackett (35-105) 2. .361 Rachel Hartgrove (159-440) 3. .346 Heidi Stocks (151-437) 4. .331 Meghan Woodworth (52-157) 5. .328 Magan Niemann (39-119)

Highest slugging pct. (Career) 1. .638 Heidi Stocks (437 AB) 2. .625 Amanda Kendzior (264 AB) 3. .611 Rachel Hartgrove (440 AB) 4. .547 Kylee Steadman (223 AB) 5. .524 Amber Sackett (105 AB)

2006-08 2004-05 2004-06 2008-09 2009

Highest on base pct. (Season) 1. .464 Amanda Kendzior (117 AB) 2. .459 Stacey Johnson (95 AB) 3. .455 Heidi Stocks (149 AB) 4. .444 Magan Nieman (140 AB) 5. .442 Amber Sackett (105 AB)

2004 2004 2007 2009 2009

Most total bases (Career) 1. 279 Heidi Stocks 2. 269 Rachel Hartgrove 3. 206 Cherylyn McGraw 4. 165 Amanda Kendzior 5. 145 Meghan Woodworth

2006-08 2004-06 2007-09 2004-05 2008-09

Most walks (Game) 1. 3 Ali Bramwell 3 Cari Hamilton 3 Corie Jensen

Apr 17, 2008 Mar 02, 2007 Mar 03, 2007

Most walks (Season) 1. 27 Cari Hamilton 2. 20 Jasmine Joyce 20 Cherylyn McGraw 4. 19 Cari Hamilton 5. 17 Natalie Bartholomew 17 Corie Jensen 17 Heidi Stocks

2007 2007 2008 2006 2007 2007 2007

Most walks (Career) 1. 49 Cherylyn McGraw 2. 46 Cari Hamilton 3. 43 Heidi Stocks 4. 28 Kelli Wilkins 5. 27 Lauren Augino

2007-09 2006-07 2006-08 2004-05 2007-09

Most games played (Career) 1. 156 Sara Roskelley 2. 152 Heidi Stocks 3. 146 Cherylyn McGraw 4. 135 Rachel Hartgrove 135 Lauren Augino

Most times hit by pitch (Game) 1. 2 Abby Bowcut 2 Abby Bowcut 2 Kelli Wilkins

Feb 09, 2008 Mar 08, 2008 Mar 07, 2004

Most games started (Season) 1. 52 Cherylyn McGraw 52 Cari Hamilton 3. 51 seven times

Most times hit by pitch (Career) 1. 9 Abby Bowcut 2008

2004-05 2009 2004-06 2006-08 2008 2008

2008 2007 2005 2004 2006

2005 2008 2007 2006 2005

2008 2007 2008 2004

2004 2009 2005 2004 2007

Highest slugging pct. (Season) 1. .732 Heidi Stocks (149 AB) 2. .725 Heidi Stocks (149 AB) 3. .699 Rachel Hartgrove (166 AB) 4. .658 Amanda Kendzior (117 AB) 5. .609 Rachel Hartgrove (151 AB)

Most total bases (Season) 1. 116 Rachel Hartgrove 2. 109 Heidi Stocks 3. 108 Heidi Stocks 4. 92 Rachel Hartgrove 5. 88 Amanda Kendzior

Most times hit by pitch (Season) 1. 9 Abby Bowcut 2. 5 Natalie Bartholomew 3. 4 Heidi Stocks 4 Kelli Wilkins 5. 3 eight times

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Highest on base pct. (Career) 1. .442 Amber Sackett (105 AB) 2. .434 Amanda Kendzior (264 AB) 3. .428 Magan Niemann (259 AB) 4. .411 Heidi Stocks (437 AB) 5. .407 Meghan Woodworth (289 AB) Most games played (Season) 1. 52 Cari Hamilton 52 Cherylyn McGraw 3. 51 eight times

Most games started (Career) 1. 151 Heidi Stocks 2. 146 Cherylyn McGraw 3. 135 Rachel Hartgrove 4. 132 Sara Roskelley 5. 121 Lauren Augino Most stolen bases (Game) 1. 2 10 times

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2007 2007

2005-08 2006-08 2007-09 2004-06 2007-09

2007 2007

2006-08 2007-09 2004-06 2005-07 2007-09

\Most stolen bases (Season) 1. 18 Ali Bramwell (18-19) 2. 17 Meghan Woodworth (17-20) 3. 13 Meghan Woodworth (13-14) 4. 12 Lauren Augino (12-13) 5. 11 Cherylyn McGraw (11-11) Most stolen bases (Career) 1. 18 Ali Bramwell (18-19) 2008 18 Cari Hamilton (18-26) 2006-07 3. 17 Meghan Woodworth (17-20) 4. 16 Rachel Hartgrove (16-21) 06 5. 14 Lauren Augino (14-15) 2007-08 Most stolen base attempts (Season) 1. 20 Meghan Woodworth 2. 19 Ali Bramwell 3. 15 Cari Hamilton 15 Lauren Augino 5. 14 Meghan Woodworth Most stolen base attempts (Career) 1. 34 Meghan Woodworth (30-34) 2. 30 Lauren Augino (25-30) 3. 26 Cari Hamilton (18-26) 4. 25 Magan Niemann (20-25) 5. 21 Rachel Hartgrove (16-21)

2008 2008 2009 2008 2007

2008 2004-

2008 2008 2006 2009 2009

2008-09 2007-09 2006-07 2008-09 2004-06

pitching Lowest earned run avg. (Season) 1. 2.71 Erika Jones (80.0 IP) 2. 3.40 Kristy Miller (78.1 IP) 3. 3.51 Corie Jensen (111.2 IP) 4. 3.79 Jackie Roberts (149.2 IP) 5. 3.95 Jackie Roberts (127.2 IP)

2004 2004 2007 2006 2007

Lowest earned run avg. (Career) 1. 3.40 Kristy Miller (78.1 IP) 2. 3.51 Corie Jensen (111.2 IP) 3. 3.89 Jackie Roberts (417.1 IP) 4. 4.27 Erika Jones (126.1 IP) 5. 4.66 Ali Bramwell (157.2 IP)

2004 2007 2005-07 2004-05 2008

Lowest opponent batting avg. (Season) 1. .281 Kristy Miller (78.1 IP) 2. .288 Jackie Roberts (149.2 IP) 3. .290 Corie Jensen (111.2 IP) 4. .292 Erika Jones (80.0 IP) 5. .299 Jackie Roberts (127.2 IP) Lowest opponent batting avg. (Career) 1. .281 Kristy Miller (78.1 IP) 2. .290 Corie Jensen (111.2 IP) 3. .295 Ali Bramwell (157.2 IP) 4. .296 Jessica Martin (141.1) 5. .300 Jackie Roberts (417.1 IP) Fewest walks allowed/7 inn game (Season) 1. 1.30 Heidi Stocks (118.2 IP) 2. 1.79 Kristy Miller (78.1 IP) 3. 1.92 Heidi Stocks (84.0 IP) 4. 2.03 Jackie Roberts (127.2 IP) 5. 2.10 Jackie Roberts (149.2 IP) Fewest walks allowed/7 inn game (Career) 1. 1.50 Heidi Stocks (232.2 IP) 2. 1.79 Kristy Miller (78.1 IP) 3. 2.42 Jackie Roberts (417.1 IP) 4. 2.66 Erika Jones (126.1 IP) 5. 2.67 Chelsey Mikalauski (112.2 IP)

2004 2006 2007 2004 2007

2004 2007 2008 2009 2005-07

2006 2004 2008 2007 2006

2006-08 2004 2005-07 2004-05 2005


RECORDS 2007 2007 2007 2006 2005

Most strikeouts/7 inn game (Career) 1. 6.08 Corie Jensen (111.2 IP) 2. 5.58 Ashly Forsberg (59.0 IP) 3. 5.00 Jackie Roberts (417.1 IP) 4. 4.31 Ali Bramwell (157.2 IP) 5. 3.52 Jessica Martin (141.1 IP)

2007 2007 2005-07 2008 2009

Most wins (Season) 1. 13 Ali Bramwell (13-15) 2. 11 Jackie Roberts (11-10) 3. 10 Jessica Martin (10-15) 4. 9 Jackie Roberts (9-16) 9 Erika Jones (9-6)

2008 2007 2009 2006 2004

Most wins (Career) 1. 28 Jackie Roberts (28-42) 2. 13 Ali Bramwell (13-15) 3. 11 Erika Jones (11-15) 4. 10 Heidi Stocks (10-27) 10 Jessica Martin (10-15)

2005-07 2008 2004-05 2006-08 2009

Most saves (Season) 1. 1 (five times) Most saves (Career) 1. 1 (five times) Most appearances (Season) 1. 33 Ali Bramwell 2. 32 Jackie Roberts 3. 30 Jackie Roberts 4. 29 Jessica Martin 5. 27 Chelsey Mikalauski

2008 2006 2005 2009 2005

Most appearances (Career) 1. 88 Jackie Roberts 2. 64 Heidi Stocks 3. 35 Erika Jones 4. 33 Ali Bramwell 5. 29 Jessica Martin

2005-07 2006-07 2004-05 2008 2009

Most games started (Season) 1. 29 Ali Bramwell 2. 26 Jackie Roberts 26 Jessica Martin 4. 23 Jackie Roberts 5. 22 Corie Jensen

2008 2006 2009 2005 2007

Most games started (Career) 1. 70 Jackie Roberts 2. 33 Heidi Stocks 3. 29 Ali Bramwell 4. 26 Jessica Martin 5. 22 Corie Jensen 22 Erika Jones

2005-07 2006-08 2008 2009 2007 2004-05

Most complete games (Season) 1. 17 Ali Bramwell 2. 15 Jessica Martin 3. 14 Jackie Roberts 4. 13 Jackie Roberts 5. 12 Jackie Roberts

2008 2009 2006 2005 2007

Most complete games (Career) 1. 39 Jackie Roberts 2. 17 Ali Bramwell 3. 15 Jessica Martin

2005-07 2008 2009

4. 14 5. 11

Heidi Stocks Kristy Miller

2006-07 2004

Most shutouts (Season) 1. 3 Jessica Martin 2. 2 Ali Bramwell 2 Jackie Roberts 2 Kristy Miller 5. 1 five times

2009 2008 2007 2004

Most shutouts (Career) 1. 4 Jackie Roberts 2. 3 Jessica Martin 3. 2 Ali Bramwell 2 Kristy Miller 4. 1 Corie Jensen 1 Ashly Forsberg 1 Erika Jones Most innings pitched (Game) 1. 9.2 Heidi Stocks 2. 9.1 Cori Jensen 3. 9.0 Jackie Roberts 4. 8.0 seven times

2005-07 2009 2008 2004 2007 2007 2004-05

Mar 05, 2006 Mar 03, 2007 Apr 15, 2006

Most innings pitched (Season) 1. 157.2 Ali Bramwell 2. 149.2 Jackie Roberts 3. 141.9 Jessica Martin 4. 140.0 Jackie Roberts 5. 127.2 Jackie Roberts

2008 2006 2009 2005 2007

Most innings pitched (Career) 1. 417.1 Jackie Roberts 2. 232.2 Heidi Stocks 3. 157.2 Ali Bramwell 4. 141.1 Jessica Martin 5. 126.1 Erika Jones

2005-07 2006-07 2008 2009 2004-05

Most strikeouts (Game) 1. 11 Jackie Roberts 2. 10 Ashly Forsberg 10 Corie Jensen 10 Corie Jensen 10 Jackie Roberts

Feb 17, 2006 May 05, 2007 Apr 06, 2007 Mar 09, 2007 Apr 07, 2007

Most strikeouts (Season) 1. 108 Jackie Roberts 2. 100 Jackie Roberts 3. 97 Ali Bramwell 97 Corie Jensen 4. 90 Jackie Roberts

2007 2006 2008 2007 2005

Most strikeouts (Career) 1. 298 Jackie Roberts 2. 117 Heidi Stocks 3. 97 Ali Bramwell 97 Corie Jensen 5. 69 Jessica Martin

2005-07 2006-07 2008 2007 2009

fielding Most runners picked off (Season) 1. 2 Sara Roskelley 2 Jamie Tonis 2 Sara Roskelley 2 Stacey Johnson 5. 1 Erika Jones

2005 2007 2007 2004 2005

Most runners picked off (Career) 1. 4 Sara Roskelley 2. 2 Jamie Tonis 2 Stacey Johnson 4. 1 Erika Jones

2005-08 2007 2004 2004-05

Most putouts (Game) 1. 15 Jamie Hendricks 15 Jamie Hendricks 15 Jamie Hendricks 4. 14 Jamie Hendricks 14 Amanda Kendizor

Mar 07, 2004 Mar 24, 2004 Mar 25, 2008 Mar 20, 2004 Apr 04, 2005

Most putouts (Season) 1. 340 Amanda Kendizor 2. 271 Cherylyn McGraw 3. 249 Jamie Hendricks 4. 244 Cherylyn McGraw 5. 225 Jamie Tonis

2005 2009 2004 2008 2007

Most putouts (Career) 1. 444 Sara Roskelley 2. 369 Amanda Kendizor 3. 337 Natalie Bartholomew 4. 334 Cherylyn McGraw 5. 249 Jamie Hendricks

2005-08 2004-05 2006-07 2007-08 2004

Most assists (Game) 1. 9 Jessica Anderson 7 Crystal Young 7 Emily Zupan 7 Cardenas 5. 6 eight times

Mar. 10/2009 Mar 15, 2005 Apr 01, 2006 Mar 07, 2004

Most assists (Season) 1. 111 Jessica Anderson 2. 104 Rachel Hartgrove 3. 103 Jessica Anderson 4. 87 Magan Niemann 5. 96 Rachel Hartgrove Most assists (Career) 1. 261 Rachel Hartgrove 2. 174 Emily Zupan 3. 153 Jackie Roberts 4. 111 Jessica Anderson 5. 96 Cherylyn McGraw

2008 2005 2009 2008 2006

2004-06 2004-06 2005-07 2008 2007

UTAH VALLEY UNIVERSITY Wolverines

Most strikeouts/7 inn game (Season) 1. 6.08 Corie Jensen (111.2 IP) 2. 5.92 Jackie Roberts (127.2 IP) 3. 5.58 Ashly Forsberg (59.0 IP) 4. 4.68 Jackie Roberts (149.2 IP) 5. 4.50 Jackie Roberts (140.0 IP)

Most double plays turned (Season) 1. 13 Cherylyn McGraw 2009 2. 12 Amanda Kendzior 2005 3. 10 Rachel Hartgrove 2005 4. 6 Magan Niemann 2008 6 Magan Niemann 2009

Most double plays turned (Career) 1. 19 2. 12 3. 10 4. 7 5. 6

Rachel Hartgrove Amanda Kendzior Cherylyn McGraw Natalie Paulsen Magan Niemann

2004-06 2004-05 2007-08 2006-07 2008

Most caught stealing by (Season) 1. 11 2. 8 3. 7 4. 6 6 6

Jamie Tonis Sara Roskelley Stacey Johnson Jackie Roberts Erika Jones Sara Roskelley

Most caught stealing by (Career) 1. 15 2. 11 3. 10 4. 7 7 7

Sara Roskelley Jamie Tonis Jackie Roberts Heidi Stocks Erika Jones Stacey Johnson

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U TA H VA L L E Y U N I V E R S I T Y

Beginnings

A Foundation for the Future

As World War II loomed, the U.S. needed skilled craftsmen to produce arms

Kerry D. Romesburg was appointed president in 1988. He emphasized inter-

and ammunition for the Allied Forces. For this purpose, in 1941 Hyrum E.

national education, arts and humanities and short-term training throughout

Johnson brought vocational classes offered around Utah to one central Provo

the College’s curriculum and improved the face of campus by adding and ex-

location (now the site of the East Bay Business Park).

panding buildings. Through his efforts, voter-approved funding was obtained for an 8,500-seat special events center (McKay Events Center) on campus as

Expansion

well as the Wasatch Mountain Campus. Under his leadership, the institution

After the war, the State Legislature made the school a permanent state institu-

became Utah Valley State College in 1993 and began offering bachelor degrees.

tion and named Wilson W. Sorensen director in 1945. The next two decades were filled with expansion; enrollment skyrocketed after Sorenson moved the

Forging Ahead

school to 1300 North University Avenue in Provo, overloading campus capaci-

In 2003, College officials conducted a national search for a new president,

ties. After several name changes, in 1967 the school became Utah Technical

ultimately welcoming William A. Sederburg to the helm of UVSC. Sederburg

College at Provo and began awarding associate degrees.

wasted no time in working with local and state officials to put in place a plan for obtaining university status for UVSC. The feat was accomplished when

A New Home

the Utah State Legislature and Utah Governor Jon Huntsman, Jr. unanimously

The demand for more space prompted college officials to purchase and begin

approved UVSC university status beginning July 1, 2008 and the new name of

building on a large piece of farmland in southwest Orem adjacent to Interstate

Utah Valley University. With the change will come the addition of a handful

15, the site UVSC occupies today. In 1982, J. Marvin Higbee became the

of master degrees, a new state of the art library/digital learning center and a

third president of the institution. During Higbee’s five years as president, the

wealth of benefits for the local community.

College increased its offerings and in 1987 became Utah Valley Community College.

Central Utah Vocational S c h o o l ( 1 9 41 - 6 3 )

U t a h Tra d e Te c h n i c a l I n s t i t u te ( 1 9 6 3 - 6 7 )

Ut a h Va lley Co mmu n i t y Co llege ( 19 87- 9 3 )

U t a h Te c h n i c a l C o l l e g e at Provo (1967-87 )

Uta h Va l l e y Sta te C o l l e g e (1 9 9 3 - 2 0 0 8 )


Utah Valley University President

Dr. Matthew S. Holland In March, 2009, the State Board of Regents selected Dr. Matthew S. Holland as the 6th president of Utah Valley University (UVU). He succeeds President William Sederburg, who was named Commissioner of Higher Education in August 2008. Dr. Elizabeth Hitch has been serving as the interim president. Dr. Holland has held several leadership positions in higher education. He currently serves as the chairman of the American Heritage Faculty Group at BYU, and was the associate director of BYU's London Study Abroad Program in 2008. Dr. Holland has taught a variety of courses including American Heritage, Modern Political Philosophy, and Public Ethics. Since 1996, Dr. Holland has worked as a part‑ time independent management consultant. He also worked as a special assistant to Governor Michael O. Leavitt from 1992 to 1994 and as Chief of Staff to the CEO of the Monitor Group in Cambridge, Massachusetts from 1992 to 1994. Dr. Holland holds doctorate and master degrees in political science from Duke University and a bachelor's degree in political science from BYU. From 2005‑ 2006, he served as a Fellow in the James Madison Program in American Ideals and Institutions at Princeton University, and as the Raoul Wallenberg Scholar at Hebrew University of Jerusalem in 1991. Dr. Holland's work has been published in several articles, books, and presentations. He has also received several professional awards and recognitions. He and his wife, Paige, are the parents of four children Jake (11), Mitzi (9), Grace (6), and Daniel (3).

Our Mission Utah Valley University is a teaching institution which provides opportunity, promotes student success, and meets regional educational needs. UVU builds on a foundation of substantive scholarly and creative work to foster engaged learning. The university prepares professionally competent people of integrity who, as lifelong learners and leaders, serve as stewards of a globally interdependent community.


Utah Valley The Utah Valley combined the quaintness of small town life and the conveniences of a metropolitan area to create an enticing community. From the majestic Wasatch Mountains in the east to glistening Utah Lake in the west, there are countless activities from which to choose. For the outdoor enthusiasts, there are a number of scenic trails, including the Squaw Peak Trail, Alpine Scenic Backway and Stewart Falls Trail, for hiking, biking and horseback riding. Deer Creek Reservor, snuggled in the heart of Provo Canyon, is a favorite spot for many water lovers.

UVU VP for Student Affairs

Cory L. Duckworth Cory L. Duckworth was appointed as Vice President for Student Affairs and Strategic Planning at Utah Valley University in August 2003. His 20-year career in higher education has focused on providing students with life enriching educational experiences. Prior to his present appointment he served as Vice President for Advancement and Marketing at Ferris State University in Big Rapids, Michigan. Following his graduation from the University of Utah College of Law (UT), Duckworth worked as a political science instructor at Southern Utah University (UT). At that same institution he accepted the position of Assistant Director of Development. He later worked at Minot State University (ND) as Executive Assistant to the President for Planning and Development, Director of the St. Cloud State University Foundation (MN), and Associate Vice President for Institutional Advancement at Utah Valley University (UT). Throughout his career, Duckworth has initiated a wide range of strategies for the benefit of students and the academy. He has raised substantial funds from private sources in support of these efforts. He currently serves as Chair of the UVU Strategic Directions Advisory Board, Director of the Utah Valley Executive Leadership Forum, Board Director for Region V of the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators, and Board Director of the Utah Higher Education Assistance Authority.

Utah is known for its natural beauty. Several National Parks, including Zion National Park and Arches National Park in Moab, are popular spots for tourists. Lake Powell, in southeast Utah and into Arizona, is a boaters paradise. During the cold winter months you can take to the slopes to ski or snowboard on some of the world’s greatest powder. Home of the 2002 Olympics, Utah has some of the world’s most celebrated and renowned ski resorts. Robert Redford’s Sundance Ski Resort is just a short 15-minute drive up Provo Canyon and there are also numerous resorts in Park City, just 45 through the same canyon. Those who shy away from Mother Nature can find shelter at comedy clubs, dance clubs and over 100 restaurants. The University Mall, in Orem, along with the Shops at Riverwoods and Provo Towne Center Mall offer Utahns a complete shopping, restaurant and movie-going experience. Honored as one of America’s most livable cities, Orem is a strong family and community environment.


Athletic Administration

Dr. DJ Smith

Megan Kennedy

Brad Mertz

Nate Mathis

Senior Associate Athletic Director

Senior Woman Administrator

Assistant AD; External Operations

Assistant AD; Corporate Partners

UVU Head Coaches Director of Athletics

Michael V. Jacobsen Michael V. Jacobsen is in his 26th year as the Director of Athletics at Utah Valley. With Jacobsen leading the way, Utah Valley has made a successful—and unprecedented—jump from the junior college ranks to official NCAA Division I status.

Sam Atoa

Brent Anderson

Chris Curran

Todd Fairbourne

Scott Houle

Volleyball

Soccer

Women’s Golf

Softball

Cross Country/Track & Field

Dick Hunsaker

Eric Madsen

Cathy Nixon

Clark Rustand

Greg Williams

Men’s Basketball

Baseball

Women’s Basketball

Men’s Golf; Dir. of Golf

Wrestling

The Utah Valley athletic department continues to succeed as it transitions through the NCAA provisional period to full Division I status. In addition to the progress through the provisional period, Jacobsen spearheaded UVU’s new conference affiliation with the Great West Conference. Athletic facilities have also been a major focus for Jacobsen during his years at Utah Valley. The first was the Shurian Family Activity Center, followed by the David O. McKay Center and Brent Brown Ball Park. Major renovations have taken place with the Wolverine softball field and the Wolverine soccer field. Most recently, the school announced plans for the new Hal Wing Track and Field, which is set begin construction in early 2009. Jacobsen was named the NACDA Athletic Director of the Year for the Junior/Community College West Region in 2000 and was the recipient of the William L. Miller Award in 2001, which is the administrator of the year award for the National Alliance of Two-Year College Athletic Administrators (NATYCAA). Jacobsen has been active in the athletic community, serving on a number of local, regional and national positions. He was the Director of Region 18 of the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA). He has served on the NJCAA committees for Division 1 basketball and football. He is a past President of the National Alliance of Two Year College Athletic Administrators, and was on the Executive Committee for the NJCAA. He has served on the Executive Committee of the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics, and is Past President of the Utah Chapter of the National Football Foundation College Hall of Fame. He has also been the President of the Utah Football Coaches Association and President of the Professional Association of College Employees at UVSC. He has served on the Utah County Cancer Board and is a past President of the Provo Rotary Club. Jacobsen is originally from San Diego, California. He has a Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree from Brigham Young University. Before coming to Utah Valley, he was at Springville High School in Springville, Utah, where he was the head football coach for 16 years and an assistant principal for three years. He and his wife, Alice, reside in Springville. They have four children and 13 grand children.

Get all your updated news and info at the official website of UVU Athletics:

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Athletic Facilities

The Shurian Family Activity Center is a multi-purpose athletic complex and is home to Utah Valley University volleyball and wrestling. The 2,000 seat facility was named after the family of Chris and Stephanie Shurian in the fall of 2006.

Wolverine Softball Field, the softball diamond, located west of the McKay Center has been the home of Wolverine The 8,500 seat McKay Center opened on February 13, 1996 when a crowd of 6,213 cheered the Wolverines to an 87-81 win over Salt Lake Community College.

softball since 1996. A new scoreboard was put up for the 2008 season. In 2000,

Since its move to NCAA Division I athletics, both the men’s and women’s basketball teams have enjoyed tremendous success inside The McKay Center. In the fall of 2008, the basketball locker room was renovated to include more space, larger lockers and a lounge and study area for coaches and players.

head coach Todd Fairbourne led the Wolverines to the NJCAA title.


Brent Brown Ballpark made its debut on March 24, 2005 when the Wolverines knocked off in-state foe Southern Utah 5-3. The 2,500 seat stadium also has room for 2,500 more fans on the grass berm down the third base line and in left field. It boasts both home and visitor clubhouses and batting cages, a Gold’s Gym inside the stadium and a state of the art scoreboard that make it one of the top college baseball facilities in the nation. Clyde Field is the home for Utah Valley women’s soccer. An added walkway and new bleachers were installed in 2005 to accommodate fans. During the summer of 2007, the Utah Valley athletic department began upgrading its facility. The field now has increased seating, a level playing field with new sod and an improved drainage system.

In the fall of 2007, the newly remodeled 24,000 square foot Wolverine Service Center opened giving UVU athletics a new facility including a 6,000 square foot academic center and computer lab with a lounge, kitchen and offices for compliance, academic advising and financial aid. The Wolverine Service Center also houses new marketing offices, classrooms and additional space for equipment, athletic training and doctor offices. Cross country, track & field, soccer and wrestling all have coaches offices and locker rooms in the new facility. The wrestling program also boasts an 8,000 square foot practice facility, locker room and coaches offices.

The new $1.2 million Hal Wing Track & Field will be feature seating available for 1,500 people in bleachers and numerous grass berms will be landscaped on which spectators can also sit. A press box will also be part of the project.


The Great West Conference CHICAGO STATE COUGARS HOUSTONBAPTISTH U S K I E S N J I T HIGHL ANDERS NORTHDAKOTAF I G H T I N G S I O U X S O U T H D A K O TA COYOTES TEXAS-PANAMERICANB R O N C S

It’s Official!!! The Utah Valley University athletics department was notified on Tuesday, July 7 by NCAA Membership Services of its unanimous approval to lift the school’s provisional status and accept it as an official member of NCAA Division I. The move completes the University’s unprecedented move straight from NJCAA to NCAA athletics. Full membership now permits all of UVU’s athletic teams and individual athletes to be eligible for NCAA postseason events. “The lightning speed by which UVU moved from junior college to become an official member of NCAA Division I is a magnificent tribute to the entire university,” said Utah Valley University President Matthew Holland. “We are especially proud of the administrators, coaches and student-athletes who have worked so hard and with such excellence to make this happen.” “This is another great day for Utah Valley University and Wolverine Athletics. This has literally been a nine-year process with the final seven being mandated by the NCAA,” said UVU Director of Athletics Mike Jacobsen. “I could not be happier for our coaches and student-athletes. They have been the heroes throughout this provisional period. We look forward to what the future will bring.” UVU’s seven-year provisional period began with an exploratory year in 2002-03, its final season in junior college athletics. In 2003-04, teams began competing with partial Div. I schedules and a year later all of UVU’s teams were competing with full Div. I slates. In November of 2007, an NCAA Peer Review team made up of other NCAA Div. I member administrators, made an on-campus visit to assess the progress of the school’s transition. The group’s response was overwhelmingly positive. On May 29, 2008, UVU received notification from the NCAA Division I Committee on Athletics Certification that the school successfully completed its first NCAA certification peer review. That notification coincided with the school’s official switch to university status on July 1, 2008.

U TA H VA L L E Y WOLVERINES

In July of 2008, Utah Valley University Director of Athletics Mike Jacobsen announced the school’s new affiliation with the Great West Conference. Expanding from a football-only conference, the Great West consists of seven all-sport schools in UVU. The conference held championships in cross country, indoor and outdoor track and men’s and women’s golf in 2008-09 and the full slate of conference schedules and championships begins this fall. The schools joining UV as members of the all-sports league are Chicago State, Houston Baptist, NJIT, North Dakota, South Dakota and Texas-Pan American. During the inaugural championship season, Utah Valley took home three Great West titles including the women’s cross country (pictured below) and both the men’s and women’s outdoor track & field championships.


Kam Mickolio

Noelle Pikus-Pace

Professional Success

In just its first six years as an NCAA Division I program, Utah Valley University Athletics has had tremendous success in seeing its athletes move on to play or compete at the highest levels in the world. Former Wolverines Ronnie Price (men’s basketball), Kam Mickolio (baseball) and Noelle Pikus-Pace (track & field) are three of those former Utah Valley student athletes that competed at the D-I level that have found athletics success at a professional and international level. In August of 2008, Mickolio made his Major League debut for the Baltimore Orioles, becoming the first Utah Valley baseball player to play Major League Baseball.

Community Involvement On March 29th, 2008, Utah Valley Athletics teamed up with the Utah Valley University Student Association for the 1st Annual Green Fever 5k Fun Run and Walk on the campus of UVU. The event, held to raise money for local charities, was a huge success and this past spring, the second annual Green Fever 5k held with $6,000 going to the Orem Rotary charities. Over 400 participants either ran or walk the course while over 200 volunteers, headed by the Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC), help make the event a success.

Mitch Jones

Ronnie Price

Pikus-Pace became the first American woman to win a gold medal at the world championship level when she placed first at the 2007 FIBT World Championships in St. Moritz, Switzerland. NBA point guard Ronnie Price is entering his fifth year playing in professional basketball’s highest league. After spending his first two season with the Sacramento Kings, Price came to his adopted home to play for the Utah Jazz. After the past two seasons in Utah, Price entered the summer as a free agent before opting to re-sign with the Jazz for 2009. On June 17, former Wolverine Mitch Jones made his debut after nine years in the minors. Jones played at Utah Valley from 1997-98 prior to the school’s transition from junior college to NCAA D-I. Jones was an NJCAA All-American during his time in Orem and then moved on to Arizona State, where he was also an All-American and where he broke the Sun Devils’ single-season run record of 27, a record that still stands.


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