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Season-ending softball stats

Season-ending softball stats

Batting | Minimum 40 at-bats

Player (school) AB H BA

Britney Wolfenbarger (BC) 54 33 .611

Sarah Read (Sem) 75 44 .587

Chloe Saganowich (SPC) 93 52 .559

Sarah Rappach (IRC) 52 29 .558

Dominique Miller (IRC) 42 22 .524

Sara Nevins (PP) 79 41 .519

Krissy Longstreet (Can) 79 39 .494

Jen Hunter (TS) 69 34 .493

Sam McCloskey (CCC) 66 32 .485

Tracy Coward (PP) 82 38 .463

Michelle Laorenza (BC) 54 25 .462

Nikki Parker (SPC) 88 40 .455

Ayanna Andrews (Cou) 78 34 .436

Jen Lyons (IRC) 58 25 .431

Jennifer LaBau (Sem) 80 34 .425

Alyssa Bache (Cou) 66 28 .424

Chelsea Jeffares (Lak) 66 28 .424

Tiffany Race (Sem) 71 30 .423

Allison Shirley (Osc) 71 30 .423

Ashley Ehlers (Dun) 57 24 .421

Stephanie Juergens (Osc) 77 32 .416

Melanie Stickney (Ne) 53 22 .415

Brittany Botelho (Dun) 58 24 .414

Taylor Blanton (Dun) 44 18 .409

Kristy Fudge (SPC) 104 42 .404

Samantha Martin (PP) 87 35 .402

Kara Oberer (Osc) 85 34 .400

Haley Brown (Osc) 45 18 .400

Macey Hall (Can) 84 33 .393

Kelly Coston (CCC) 54 21 .389

Jennifer Crosthwaite (Can) 80 31 .388

Jessica Johnson (SP) 42 16 .380

Alex Alvarez (IRC) 48 18 .375

Kelsey Oonk (EL) 75 28 .373

Devika Choo Chew (Cou) 67 25 .373

Sarah Fleming (Can) 92 34 .370

Meghan Edwards (Osc) 82 30 .366

Kirsten Bembnowski (EL) 77 28 .364

Bonnie Joyner (SPC) 94 34 .362

Emily Carlson (IRC) 47 17 .362

Jasmine Acevedo (Osc) 62 22 .355

Dayna DeBaylo (Osc) 51 18 .353

Amanda Weaver (EL) 51 18 .353

Emily Crawford (Sem) 71 25 .352

Amanda Nette (Sem) 71 25 .352

Courtney Parker (Lak) 54 19 .352

Sarah Revitzer (SP) 40 14 .350

HOME RUNS: 9 Chloe Saganowich (SPC); 5 Jen Hunter (TS); 4 Allison Shirley (Osc), Samantha Wilkerson (Nor); 3 Brittany Botelho (Dun), Madison Saganowich (SPC), Felicia Vaporis (TS); 2 Kirsten Bembnowski (EL), Tracy Coward (PP), Dayna DeBaylo (Osc), Meghan Edwards (Osc), Ashley Ehlers (Dun), Sierra Gaines (TS), Bonnie Joyner (SPC), Krissy Longstreet (Can), Samantha Martin (PP), Sam McCloskey (CCC), Lyndsey McKenna (SPC), Sara Nevins (PP), Sarah Read (Sem), Blakely Vimond (Nor); 1 Jessica Anderson (NC), Ayanna Andrews (Cou), Lauren Cindric (BC), Hayley Davis (EL), Sydney Dinelli (EL), Macey Hall (Can), Jackie Jacobsen (EL), Chelsea Jeffares (Lak), Taylor Klinesmith (PP), Jennifer LaBau (Sem), Hayley Ledford (PP), Kelsey Oonk (EL), Paige Oxendine (Cou), Tiffany Race (Sem), Victoria Raissi (IRC), Sarah Rappach (IRC), Sarah Schutz (EL), Devin Sonnenschein (Sem), Felicia Vaporis (TS), Nicole Warder (Lak), Amanda Weaver (EL), Chelsea Weiland (Can)

RBIs: 37 Macey Hall (Can), Krissy Longstreet (Can); 33 Sarah Read (Sem); 32 Kelsey Oonk (EL), Chloe Saganowich (SPC); 31 Sydney Dinelli (EL), Jen Lyons (IRC), Nikki Parker (SPC); 30 Meghan Edwards (Osc), Allison Shirley (Osc), Britney Wolfenbarger (BC); 27 Jennifer LaBau (Sem), Madison Saganowich (SPC); 25 Sam McCloskey (CCC), Sara Nevins (PP); 24 Kirsten Bembnowski (EL); 23 Shelby Ginty (SPC), Jen Hunter (TS), Bonnie Joyner (SPC), Alex Lenczyk (BC), Samantha Martin (PP), Lyndsey McKenna (SPC), Nicole Warder (Lak); 21 Kristy Fudge (SPC); 19 Dayna DeBaylo (Osc), Dominique Miller (IRC), Melanie Stickney (Ne); 18 Tracy Coward (PP), Emily Crawford (Sem); 17 Jennifer Crosthwaite (Can), Melisa Miles (Sem), Tiffany Race (Sem), Sarah Rappach (IRC); 16 Alyssa Bache (Cou), Jordan Bennett (Osc), Chelsea Jeffares (Lak), Hayley Ledford (PP); 15 Sarah Brangenberg (IRC), Hayley Davis (EL), Tatum Mcdowell (PP), Alex Troyer (SPC); 14 Tricia Lukert (PP), Kara Oberer (Osc), Devin Sonnenschein (Sem); 13 Jasmine Acevedo (Osc), Lacy Adams (Can), Mallory Allen (BC), Alex Alvarez (IRC), Nina Gomez (Can), Chelsea Weiland (Can); 12 Amanda Weaver (EL); 11 Jessica Anderson (NC), Kelly Coston (CCC), Sarah Fleming (Can), Abby Hess (EL), Savannah Mitchell (Can), Alicia Welsh (EL); 10 Haley Brown (Osc), Emily Carlson (IRC), Sherrish Gaines (Lak), Jessica Johnson (SP), Taylor Klinesmith (PP), Paige Oxendine (Cou), Courtney Parker (Lak), Carly Van Auken (Osc)

Pitching | Minimum 35 innings

Name (school) IP W-L ERA

Sara Nevins (PP) 164 23-3 0.38

Chloe Saganowich (SPC) 163 21-3 0.51

Alyssa Bache (Cou) 188 21-7 0.52

Britney Wolfenbarger (BC) 37 6-0 0.95

Krissy Longstreet (Can) 80 2/3 12-4 1.39

Jen Lyons (IRC) 107 11-7 1.63

Hayley Davis (EL) 79 11-3 2.10

Emily Winesett (Can) 50 1/3 6-1 2.23

Mallory Allen (BC) 94 7-8 2.38

Emily Crawford (Sem) 36 2-1 2.33

Caitlyn Smith (EL) 44 5-3 2.40

Jessica Anderson (NC) 67 5-6 2.51

Sam McCloskey (CCC) 130 10-8 2.53

Jessica Allen (TS) 83 2/3 8-8 2.68

Annie Causey (TS) 73 1/3 6-3 2.77

Jordan Bennett (Osc) 129 12-9 2.98

Sarah Read (Sem) 111 2/3 9-9 3.01

Tina Campbell (Lak) 93 7-9 3.70

Ashley Ehlers (Dun) 110 6-12 4.26

STRIKEOUTS: 297 Alyssa Bache (Cou), Sara Nevins (PP); 243 Chloe Saganowich (SPC); 136 Jen Lyons (IRC); 135 Ashley Ehlers (Dun); 103 Tina Campbell (Lak); 101 Sarah Read (Sem); 96 Krissy Longstreet (Can); 90 Sam McCloskey (CCC); 83 Mallory Allen (BC); 78 Jordan Bennett (Osc); 70 Jessica Anderson (NC); 63 Jessica Allen (TS), Emily Winesett (Can); 54 Hayley Davis (EL); 48 Jennifer Crosthwaite (Can), Kristy Fudge (SPC); 47 Emily Crawford (Sem); 41 Caitlyn Smith (EL); 40 Annie Causey (TS); 27 Britney Wolfenbarger (BC); 18 Haley Brown (Osc); 17 Kaitlyn Romaine (Osc); 16 Tracy Coward (PP), Savannah Mitchell (Can); 5 Rachel Baskin (CCC)

Season-ending softball stats 05/20/09 [Last modified: Wednesday, May 20, 2009 4:42pm]
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