13 NCAA TOURNAMENT APPEARANCES 2018 SOFTBALL GAME NOTES 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2017

Save this PDF as:
 WORD  PNG  TXT  JPG

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "13 NCAA TOURNAMENT APPEARANCES 2018 SOFTBALL GAME NOTES 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2017"

Transcription

1 13 NCAA TOURNAMENT APPEARANCES 2018 SOFTBALL GAME NOTES Softball Contact: Taylor Shirey Cell: (256) Office: (662) SCHEDULE Date Opponent Time (CT) Feb. 9! Mississippi Valley State W, 10-0 (5) Feb. 9! Omaha W, 8-0 (5) Feb. 11! Missouri State W, 5-0 Feb. 11! Mississippi Valley State W, 8-0 (6) Feb. 15 UT Martin W, 3-0 Feb. Murray State W, 6-1 Feb. Drake L, 0-1 (8) Feb. South Alabama W, 6-3 Feb. Drake W, 1-0 Feb. 20 Southeastern Louisiana W, 3-2 (8) Feb. 22 # #17/15 Arizona State L, 1-3 Feb. 22 # RV/#23 Nebraska W, 9-0 (5) Feb. 23 # #18/16 Oklahoma State W, 9-4 Feb. 24 # San Jose State W, 6-4 Feb. 24 # Cal State Fullerton L, 1-4 March 2 % Lamar W, 6-3 March 3 % Mercer W, 7-1 March 3 % Sam Houston State W, 9-0 (5) March 4 % Sam Houston State W, 5-0 March 7 Boston College W, 4-3 March 9 Illinois W, 9-5 March 9 Illinois W,12-1 (5) March 10 UMass Lowell W, 9-1 (6) March 11 UMass Lowell W, 11-0 (5) March 13 Samford W, 11-5 (5) March 14 Memphis W, 7-1 March 16 * Missouri W, 4-0 March 17 * Missouri L, 3-7 March 18 * Missouri W, 6-3 March 21 Central Arkansas W, 7-0 March 23 * #7/7 Georgia L, 2-4 March 24 * #7/7 Georgia W, 5-4 March 25 * #7/7 Georgia L, 2-3 March 27 Alabama State W, 11-0 March 30 * #23/RV Arkansas L, 2-3 March 31 * #23/RV Arkansas L, 0-6 April 1 * #23/RV Arkansas L, 2-8 April 7 * #10/10 Texas A&M L, 1-3 April 7 * #10/10 Texas A&M W, 4-3 (10) April 8 * #10/10 Texas A&M L, 1-4 (8) April 10 Alcorn State W, 11-0 (5) April 15 * RV/RV Ole Miss W, 5-0 April 15 * RV/RV Ole Miss W, 6-0 April 16 * RV/RV Ole Miss L, 6-7 April 17 Memphis W, 3-1 April 20 * #5/5 Florida L, 3-8 April 22 * #5/5 Florida L, 2-6 April 22 * #5/5 Florida L, 0-3 April 25 Troy W, 7-0 April 27 * #14/13 South Carolina L, 2-5 April 28 * #14/13 South Carolina L, 1-8 April 29 * #14/13 South Carolina L, 4-5 May 4 * #7/8 Tennessee L, 4-7 May 5 * #7/8 Tennessee W, 10-3 May 6 * #7/8 Tennessee L, 3-6 May 9 & #14/13 Texas A&M $11:00 a.m. May NCAA Regional TBA May NCAA Super Regional TBA May 31-June 5 Women s College World Series TBA Bold indicates home dates All times Central and subject to change ^ - ESPN2 // = - ESPNU // $ - SEC Network // + - SEC Network + * - SEC Games! - Bulldog Kickoff Classic (Starkville, - February Freezer (Starkville, Miss.) # - Mary Nutter Collegiate Classic (Palm Springs, Calif.) % - Bulldog Slamboree (Starkville, Miss.) & - SEC Tournament (Columbia, Mo.) 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2017 #25/RV MISSISSIPPI STATE Broadcast: Talent: SEC Network Adam Amin (Play-by-Play) Amanda Scarborough (Analyst) Laura Rutledge (Sideline Reporter) VS. HEAD COACHES Vann Stuedeman Name Jo Evans (7th Season) Record At School (22nd Season) Same Career Record , (32nd Season) 2018 RECORD Overall (Southeastern) Conference Record (Southeastern) L Current Streak L Last Five Games Last 10 Games RANKINGS USA Today/NFCA RV ESPN.com/USA Softball GENERAL INFO QUICK HITS Mississippi State makes its 17th SEC Tournament appearances and the sixth under the helm of head coach Vann Stuedeman. MSU is all-time at the SEC Tournament and is looking for its first tournament win since The Bulldogs and Texas A&M met during the regular season with the Aggies taking two games in the series. Two of the three games of the series went into extra innings. The winner will advance to the quaterfinals fo the SEC Tournament to face three-seed South Carolina. Freshman Mia Davidson racked in the postseason awards as she became just the third Bulldog in program history to be named SEC Freshman of the Year. She also was named to the All-SEC Freshman and SEC All-Freshman team. With its shutout of Troy on April 25, Mississippi State tied the program record for singleseason shutouts at 17. The record was first set over the 1998 season. With two home runs over the final weekend of the regular season Mia Davidson set a new MSU freshman record with her 18th home run of the season. Her 18 bombs also ties Iyhia McMichael for the single-season record. Davidson enters the SEC Tournament leading the conference in home runs. Head coach Vann Stuedeman has recorded 238 victories at the helm of the Bulldogs and is now second all-time for most program wins behind Jay Miller s 295 victories. With two grand slams this season, senior Morgan Bell has tied Bulldog alum and Director of Softball Operations Jessica Cooley for MSU s program record with three career grand slams. Striking out 158 batters this season, Holly Ward already has racked up the fourth-most strikeouts by a Bulldog senior in program history. She currently ranks sixth in strikeouts among all SEC #14/13 TEXAS A&M Location: Columbia, Mo. Stadium: Mizzou Softball Stadium (2,500) Weather Forecast Wednesday: 86 Degrees - Partly Cloudy (50%)

2 MONDAY MAY 7 MEDIA INFORMATION / WEEK OF MAY 7-13 / GAME 56 (TEXAS A&M) TUESDAY MAY 8 WEDNESDAY MAY 9 THURSDAY MAY 10 FRIDAY MAY 11 SATURDAY MAY 12 SUNDAY MAY 13 TRAVEL DAY PRACTICE: 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Columbia, Mo. GAME: vs. Texas A&M 11 a.m. / SECN Columbia, Mo. GAME: vs. South Carolina 11 a.m. / SECN Columbia, Mo. GAME: vs. TBD 2 p.m. / ESPNU Columbia, Mo. GAME: vs. TBD 7 p.m. / ESPN2 Columbia, Mo. NCAA Selection Show 9 p.m. / ESPN2 Leo Seal Complex Team Room NO MEDIA MEDIA BY REQUEST MEDIA INFORMATION CREDENTIALS Due to free admission, no press or photo credentials are required for home games. However, due to limited seating availability inside the Nusz Park Press Box, all seating requests should be ed to Taylor Shirey at least 48 hours prior to each home game. For liability reasons, all photographers wishing to shoot the game should report to the press box pregame and notify MSU officials they are shooting on the field. Space is very limited, so accommodations are on a priority basis: members of the media who cover MSU Softball on a regular basis and visiting media. Only working media will be allowed access to the press and photo areas. Non-working individuals, including family members of the working media, will not be permitted in the working press area. PRESS SERVICES Weekly press releases, individual and team statistics, as well as information on upcoming games, will be available at the beginning of each week in which the team competes. Members of the media can request to be added to the list to automatically receive up-to-date information on MSU softball. On game days, game flipcards, individual and team stats and any pertinent pregame information are available in the press box. PHOTOGRAPHY MEDIA POSTGAME MEDIA POSTGAME Photography permission for all MSU home games will be issued only to accredited photographers on assignment. Photographers may shoot ONLY on the grass area beyond the bases in foul territory. The MSU Athletic Department adheres to NCAA photography policies and reserves all commercial and noncommercial rights to use of film, videotape and still photographs of its athletes, athletic events and facilities. The following are general areas where photographers may setup from: 1. Outside of any facility barriers or fences 2. Foul territory behind first base bag 3. Foul territory behind third base bag 4. Dugouts (with permission from each team) INTERVIEWS The Mississippi State softball team is scheduled to practice between 2 p.m. and 6 p.m. on days in which the team does not travel or play. All practices are open to the general public. Members of the working media are invited to attend all practices at Nusz Park. Interviews must be conducted before or after practice. Requests should be MADE 24 HOURS IN ADVANCE to ensure availability through Taylor Shirey in the Athletic Communications Office. In the event of a schedule change or bad weather, check softball s Twitter account or HailState.com for updated practice times. For post-game interviews, head coach Vann Stuedeman and requested players will be available following a 10-minute cooling off period. ON THE WEB All of the latest news concerning the Bulldog softball team, including notes, features, updated statistics and results, is available 24 hours a day on Mississippi State s official athletics website, HailState. com/softball. MEDIA POSTGAME MEDIA POSTGAME MEDIA BY REQUEST GENERAL INFORMATION Name...Mississippi State University Location... Starkville, Miss. Founded... Feb. 28, 1878 Enrollment... 21,622 Nickname...Bulldogs Colors...Maroon & White Conference...Southeastern President... Dr. Mark E. Keenum Athletics Director... John Cohen Senior Associate Athletics Director AD/SWA...Ann Carr Stadium (Capacity)... Nusz Park (1,000) Dimensions... L-200, C-220, R-200 COMMUNICATIONS Senior. Associate AD/External Affairs...Leah Beasley Associate AD/Communications... Bill Martin Assistant Director (Softball Contact)...Taylor Shirey Office Phone Cell Phone Fax Mailing Address...P.O. Box Mississippi State, MS Overnight Address... Room Humphrey Coliseum...55 Coliseum Blvd....Mississippi State, MS Web Site... PROGRAM HISTORY Program Years ; 1997-Present Overall Record (26 seasons) (.558) Overall SEC Record (21 seasons) (.422) NCAA Tournament Appearances (2000; , 07-09, , 2017) NCAA Tournament Record (.316) SEC Tournament Appearances ( , , , ) SEC Tournament Record (.314) TEAM STAFF Head Coach... Vann Stuedeman (Seventh Season) Alma Mater...Huntingdon, 1994 Mississippi State Record Career Record... Same SEC Record Assistant Coach... Samantha Ricketts (Fourth Season) Alma Mater...Oklahoma, 2005 Assistant Coach... Tyler Bratton (Fifth Season) Alma Mater...Mississippi State, 2007 Graduate Manager...Kayla Winkfield Student Assistant Coaches Amanda Ivy, Caroline Seitz Director of Operations...Jessica Cooley Certified Athletic Trainer...Marissa Robles Strength Coach...Jenna Wooten TEAM INFORMATION 2017 Overall Record SEC Record/Finish /9th Letterwinners Returning/Lost...16/7 Position Starters Returning/Lost...6/4 Pitchers Returning/Lost...3/2 Newcomers GAME NOTES

3 2018 ROSTER NUMERICAL NO. NAME POS. B/T HT. YR. EXP. HOMETOWN (PREVIOUS SCHOOL) 00 Bevia Robinson UTL L/R 5-3 RJr. 1L Harvest, Ala. (Pensacola State University) 1 Macey Petrey INF R/R 5-8 Fr. HS Demopolis, Ala. (Marengo Academy) 2 Kat Moore OF L/R 5-4 Jr. 2L Holly Springs, Miss. (Marshall Academy) 3 Candace Denis P/UTL L/R 5-9 So. TR Malakoff, Texas (UMass) 4 Cassady Knudsen P R/R 5-9 Sr. 3L Altoona, Iowa (Southeast Polk HS) 5 Maddie Dorsett OF R/R 5-6 So. 1L Trussville, Ala. (Hewitt Trussville HS) 7 Reggie Harrison INF R/R 5-9 Sr. 1L Magnolia, Texas (Arkansas) 8 Alex Wilcox OF R/R 5-9 Fr. HS Brantley, Ala. (Brantley HS) 9 Brooke Cantillo OF L/R 5-2 Fr. HS Lake Elsinore, Calif. (Foothill HS) 10 Kinsey Goelz INF R/R 5-3 Fr. HS Myakka City, Fla. (Lakewood Ranch HS) 11 Emily Heimberger UTL L/R 5-4 Jr. 2L Pawleys Island, S.C. (Waccamaw HS) 12 Grace Dabbs OF L/R 5-9 Fr. HS Philadelphia, Miss. (Leake Academy) 13 O Neil Roberson INF R/R 5-9 Fr. HS Birmingham, Ala. (Oak Mountain HS) 14 Holly Ward P R/R 5-9 Sr. 3L Haleyville, Ala. (Haleyville HS) 17 Carter Spexarth P/UTL R/R 5-7 Fr. HS The Woodlands, Texas (Tomball HS) 19 Morgan Bell INF R/R 5-7 Sr. 3L Braselton, Ga. (Mill Creek HS) 21 Sarai Niu INF R/R 5-10 Jr. 2L San Diego, Calif. (Cathedral Catholic HS) 22 Lindsey Williams INF R/R 5-5 So. 1L Mobile, Ala. (UMS Wright Preparatory School) 23 Taylor Kelly UTL R/R 5-8 Jr. 2L Calhoun, Ga. (Calhoun HS) 24 Calyn Adams INF/C L/R 5-7 Sr. 3L Chesterfield, Va. (Homeschooled) 27 Emily Mitchell P R/R 5-9 RFr. RS Calhoun, Ga. (Calhoun HS) 31 Carmen Carter OF R/R 5-10 Sr. 2L Jackson, Miss. (Madison-Ridgeland Academy) 32 Montana Davidson INF R/R 5-4 So. 1L Hillsborough, N.C. (Orange HS) 33 Mia Davidson C/INF R/R 5-5 Fr. HS Hillsborough, N.C. (Orange HS) 55 Lexi Malone C R/R 5-10 So. 1L Petal, Miss. (Petal HS) 58 Emily Williams P R/R 5-8 Fr. HS Carrollton, Ga. (Central HS) NO. NAME 24 - ADAMS, Calyn 19 - BELL, Morgan 9 - CANTILLO, Brooke 31 - CARTER, Carmen 12 - DABBS, Grace 33 - DAVIDSON, Mia 32 - DAVIDSON, Montana 3 - DENIS, Candace 5 - DORSETT, Maddie ALPHABETICAL NO. NAME 10 - GOELZ, Kinsey 7 - HARRISON, Reggie 11 - HEIMBERGER, Emily 23 - KELLY, Taylor 4 - KNUDSEN, Cassady 55 - MALONE, Lexi 27 - MITCHELL, Emily 2 - MOORE, Kat 21 - NIU, Sarai NO. NAME 1 - PETREY, Macey 13 - O NEIL, Roberson 00 - ROBINSON, Bevia 17 - SPEXARTH, Carter 14 - WARD, Holly 8 - WILCOX, Alex 58 - WILLIAMS, Emily 22 - WILLIAMS, Lindsey PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Brooke CANTILLO...can-TEE-o MIA Davidson...MEE-uh Kinsey GOELZ...rhymes with Bells Cassady KNUDSEN...kuh-NOOD-sin SARAI NIU....suh-rye Macey PETREY...PEA-tree BEVIA Robinson....BEV-e-ay Carter SPEXARTH...SPECKS-arth GAME NOTES 3

4 INSIDE THE MATCHUP Mississippi State Value Batting Average Runs Extra-Base Slugging Percentage On-Base Percentage Stolen Bases...47 ERA Shutouts Strikeouts Batting Average Against Fielding Percentage Texas A&M Value Batting Average Runs Extra-Base Slugging Percentage On-Base Percentage Stolen Bases...47 ERA Shutouts Strikeouts Batting Average Against Fielding Percentage Mississippi State vs. Texas A&M 8-10 In Starkville: 4-3 In College Station: 2-6 At Neutral Site: 2-1 Last 10 Meetings (4-6) 2018 Starkville L 1-4 (8) 2018 Starkville W 3-4 (10) 2018 Starkville L College Station L College Station L College Station W Starkville W Starkville L Starkvile W College Station L 2-4 PROBABLE MISSISSIPPI STATE STARTERS PROBABLE MSU STARTERS (BASED ON PREVIOUS GAMES) POS. PLAYER CL. B/T AVG. HR NOTES C Mia Davidson Fr. R/R Tied for MSU single-season HR record 1B Sarai Niu Jr. R/R Ranks third at MSU with 35 career HBP 2B Calyn Adams Sr. L/R Seventh in SEC with three SF 3B Bevia Robinson RJr. L/R for-12 in stolen base attempts SS Reggie Harrison Sr. R/R Leads team with 24 walks LF Emily Heimberger Jr. L/R One of three Bulldogs to start all 55 games CF Kat Moore Jr. L/R Three of four HRs have come in SEC play RF Carmen Carter Sr. R/R Hit game-winning, two- 2B vs. Memphis DP Morgan Bell Sr. R/R Hit HRs in two of MSU's last three games P Holly Ward Sr. R/R Ranks ninth in the SEC with 1.34 ERA 2018 MSU HONOR ROLL Mia Davidson Freshman C/INF SEC Freshman of the Year First Team All-SEC Freshman All-SEC Schutt Sports/NFCA Freshman of the Year Top 25 Finalist SEC Freshman of the Week (Feb. 12) SEC Freshman of the Week (March 13) SEC Freshman of the Week (April 17) 4 GAME NOTES

5 2018 SEC Softball Tournament May 9-12 Mizzou Softball Stadium Columbia, Mo. Wed., May 9 Thurs., May 10 Fri., May 11 Sat., May 12 3 South Carolina 6 Texas A&M Game 1 - SEC Network 11 a.m. Game 5 - SEC Network 11 a.m. 11 Mississippi State Game 9 - ESPNU 2 p.m. 2 Georgia 7 Arkansas Game 2 - SEC Network 1:30 p.m. Game 6 - SEC Network 1:30 p.m. 10 Kentucky 4 Tennessee Championship Game ESPN2 7:00 p.m. 5 LSU Game 7 - SEC Network 4:00 p.m. Game 3 - SEC Network 4 p.m. 12 Ole Miss Game 10 - ESPNU 4:30 p.m. 1 Florida 8 Alabama Game 4 - SEC Network 6:30 p.m. Game 8 - SEC Network 6:30 p.m. All Times Central. 9 Auburn GAME NOTES 5

6 HISTORY ALL-TIME SEC CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS 1998 (Columbus, Ga.) May 8 South Carolina L May 8 Georgia... W May 9 South Carolina W May 9 Florida... W May 10 Florida... W May 10 Alabama..... L (9) 1999 (Columbus, Ga.) May 13 Alabama... W May 14 #24 Tennessee L May 15 #14 South Carolina... W May 16 #7 LSU..... L (9) 2000 (Columbus, Ga.) May 11 Arkansas..... L May 12 Auburn...W May 13 #11 Alabama..... L (Chattanooga, Tenn.) May 10 Florida... W May 11 #3 LSU..... L May 12 Arkansas..... L (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) May 10 #3 Alabama L (Columbia, S.C.) May 7 #16 Kentucky L (9) 2015 (Baton Rouge, La.) May 10 #10 Missouri L (6) 2016 (Starkville, Miss.) May 11 #4 Alabama L (Knoxville, Tenn.) May 10 #19 Ole Miss L r All-Time Record: (16 Appearances) 2002 (Chattanooga, Tenn.) May 9 South Carolina L May 10 Arkansas... W May 11 #25 Georgia..... L (Plant City, Fla.) May 8 #7 Georgia..... L May 9 #19 South Carolina..... L (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) May 13 #10 Tennessee W May 14 #6 Georgia.... L (5) May 15 #12 Auburn.... L (Gainesville, Fla.) May 12 #9 Alabama.... L May 13 South Carolina W May 14 #11 Tennessee L (Auburn, Ala.) May 10 #25 Florida..... L (Auburn, Ala.) May 8 Alabama..... L (Oxford, Miss.) May 12 #4 Alabama..... L GAME NOTES

7 HISTORY ALL-TIME SEC CHAMPIONSHIP HISTORY SEC CHAMPIONSHIP BREAKDOWN Appearances Overall Record In Opening Game In Extra Innings In One-Run Games Vs. Ranked Teams In Auburn, Ala In Baton Rouge, La In Chattanooga, Tenn In Columbia, S.C In Columbus, Ga In Gainesville, Fla In Knoxville, Tenn In Oxford, Miss In Plant City, Fla In Starkville, Miss In Tuscaloosa, Ala On May On May On May On May On May On May On May On May On May On May vs. Alabama vs. Arkansas vs. Auburn vs. Florida vs. Georgia vs. Kentcuky vs. LSU vs. Missouri vs. Ole Miss vs. South Carolina vs. Tennessee SEC CHAMPIONSHIP SUPERLATIVES BATTING Individual Most, Game:...5, 7x, last Jessica Offutt, Caroline Seitz and Logan Foulks vs. Kentucky (May 7, 2014) Most, Series:...22, Karrie Rider (1998) Most, Career:... 43, Karrie Rider ( ) Most Runs, Game:... 3, twice, last by Iyhia McMichael vs. Tennessee (May 13, 2004) Most Runs, Series:...4, Iyhia McMichael (2004) Most Runs, Career:...9, Kelli Wilkerson ( ) Most, Game:... 3, 3x, last by Kate Jaspers vs. Tennessee (May 13, 2004) Most, Series:... 7, Michelle Gates and Jenny Hehnke (1998) Most, Career:... 16, Jenny Hehnke ( ) Most, Game:... 3, Kate Jaspers vs. South Carolina (May 9, 2002) Most, Series:...4, Jennifer Waterman (2004) Most, Career:...9, Kelli Wilkerson ( ) Most, Game:... 1, multiple times, last by Julia Echols vs. Kentucky (May 7, 2014) Most, Series:... 2, 3x, last by Jenny Hehnke and Keri McCallum (1999) Most, Career:...3, Michelle Gates ( ) Most Triples, Game:...1, 5x, last by Katie Anne Bailey vs. Kentucky (May 7, 2014) Most Triples, Series:...1, 5x, last by Katie Anne Bailey vs. Kentucky (May 7, 2014) Most Triples, Career:...1, 5x, last by Katie Anne Bailey vs. Kentucky (May 7, 2014) Most Home Runs, Game:...1, 6x, last by Oivia Golden vs. Ole Miss (May 10, 2017) Most Home Runs, Series:...1, 6x, last by Olivia Golden (2017) Most Home Runs, Career:... 1, 7x, last by Olivia Golden ( ) Most, Game:... 4, Kasey Whitehead vs. Auburn (May 12, 2000) Most, Series:... 4, twice, last by Kasey Whitehead (2000) Most, Career:...5, Michelle Gates ( ) Most Stolen Bases, Game:... 2, 3x, last by Iyhia McMichael vs. Tennessee (May 13, 2004) Most Stolen Bases, Series:...3, Michelle Gates (1998) Most Stolen Bases, Career:...4, Michelle Gates ( ) Most Hit By Pitches, Game:...3, twice, Julia Echols and Heidi Shape vs. Kentucky (May 7, 2014) Most Hit By Pitches, Series:...3, twice, Julia Echols and Heidi Shape vs. Kentucky (May 7, 2014) Most Hit By Pitches, Career:... 3, twice, Julia Echols and Heidi Shape (2014) Most Total Bases, Game:... 5, Kasey Whitehead vs. Auburn (May 12, 2000) Most Total Bases, Series:... 11, Jenny Hehnke (1998) Most Total Bases, Career:... 20, Jenny Hehnke ( ) Team Most, Game:...38 vs. Alabama (May 10, 1998) Most, Series:...159, 1998 Most Runs, Game:...9 vs. Auburn (May 12, 2000) Most Runs, Series:...13, twice, last in 2004 Most, Game: vs. Auburn (May 12, 2000) Most, Series:... 39, 1998 Most, Game:...5 vs. Alabama (May 12, 2011) Most, Series:... 8, twice, last in 2001 Most, Game:... 3 vs. Tennessee (May 13, 2004) Most, Series:...6, 1999 Most Triples, Game:...1, 5x, last vs. Kentucky (May 7, 2014) Most Triples, Series:...1, five times, last in 2014 Most Home Runs, Game:...2 vs. Alabama (May 13, 2000) Most Home Runs, Series:...3, 2000 Most, Game:... 8 vs. Tennessee (May 13, 2004) Most, Series:... 12, 2004 Most Stolen Bases, Game:...4 vs. Auburn (May 12, 2000) Most Stolen Bases, Series:...5, 1998 Most Hit By Pitches, Game:...8, vs. Kentucky (May 7, 2014) Most Hit By Pitches, Series:...8, 2014 Most Total Bases, Game: vs. Auburn (May 12, 2000) Most Total Bases, Series:... 53, 1998 PITCHING Individual Most Appearances, Series... 6, Autumn Andreson (1998) Most Appearances, Career:... 10, Autumn Anderson ( ) Most Games Started, Series:... 6, Autumn Anderson (1998) Most Games Started, Career:... 10, Autumn Anderson ( ) Most Innings Pitched, Game:...9.0, Autumn Anderson vs. LSU (May 15, 1999) Most Innings Pitched, Series: , Autumn Anderson (1998) Most Innings Pitched, Career: , Autumn Anderson ( ) Most Strikeouts, Game:... 11, Autumn Anderson vs. South Carolina (May 15, 1999) Most Strikeouts, Series:...27, Autumn Anderson (1998) Most Strikeouts, Career:... 49, Autumn Anderson ( ) Most Wins, Series:... 4, Autumn Anderson (1998) Most Wins, Career:... 6, Autumn Anderson ( ) Most Saves, Series:... 1, 4x, last by Ragan Blake (2005) Most Saves, Career:... 1, 4x, last by Ragan Blake (2005) Most Shutouts, Series:...2.5, Autumn Anderson (1998) Most Shutouts, Career:...2.5, Autumn Anderson ( ) Fewest Allowed, Game (at least 7.0 IP):... 3, Autumn Anderson vs. Florida (May 10, 1998) Fewest Allowed, Series (at least 7.0 IP):...4, Melissa Massey (2003) Lowest ERA, Series (at least 7 IP): , Ragan Blake (2005) Least Allowed, Series (at least 7 IP):...1, 3x, last by Stephanie Becker (2011) Complete Games, Series:... 5, Autumn Anderson (1998) Complete Games, Career:...7, Autumn Anderson ( ) Team Most Innings Pitched, Game: vs. LSU (May 15, 1999) Most Innings Pitched, Series: , 1998 Least Allowed, Game:...1 vs. Florida (May 10, 2001) Least Allowed, Series:...2, 2008 Least Runs Allowed, Game:... 0, 4x, last vs. Florida (May 10, 2001) Most Strikeouts, Game:...11 vs. South Carolina (May 15, 1999) Most Strikeouts, Series:... 27, 1998 Least Allowed, Game:...0, twice, last vs. South Carolina (May 13, 2005) Most Complete Games, Series:...5, 1998 Most Shutouts, Series:...3, 1998 Most Wins, Series:...4, 1998 Longest Winning Streak:...4 Games, 1998 GAME NOTES 7

8 MISSISSIPPI STATE MAKES 17TH SEC TOURNAMENT APPEARANCES; OPENS ACTIONS WITH AGGIES The Bulldogs claimed the 11th seed to clinch their 17th berth to the SEC Tournament, marking the sixth time under Vann Stuedeman that Mississippi State will play in the conference tournament. MSU will face the sixth-seeded Aggies of Texas A&M in the first game of the tournament. First pitch is set for 11 a.m. CT on the SEC Network with Adam Amin, Amanda Scarborough and Laura Rutledge on the call. The winner will advance to Thursday's quarterfinals to face three-seed South Carolina. State is all-time at the SEC Tournament and is looking for its first win in SEC Tournament play since This is the first time the Bulldogs have faced the Aggies at the conference tournament. MISSISSIPPI STATE VERSUS TEXAS A&M OVERALL: OVERALL: Mississippi State and Texas A&M have met just 18 times previously. The series between the programs has been tightly contested as the Aggies hold a slight 10-8 advantage. Over the last 10 meetings the series stands at 6-4 in favor of Texas A&M. This is the first time the two squads have faced in the SEC Tournament, but the two teams tangled in a close three-game series in April with the Aggies taking two games in Starkville. The final two games of the series both were decided in extra innings. LAST MEETING: In the series finale rubber match, it was a battle between pitching staff that allowed just run each over regulation before a three-run eighth inning lifted the Aggies to the series win. The Aggies scored in the first inning with a Sarah Hudek double and would hold its 1-0 TEAM NOTES lead until the fourth when Taylor Kelly tied the game with a single to right to score Kat Moore. Senior Holly Ward and freshman Emily Williams combined for 6.1 innings of regulation, allowing just two hits, three walks and the one unearned Aggie run. In the top of the eighth, the Aggies broke through as an MSU throwin error on a sacrifice bunt attempt brought home an Aggie runner from first on a close play at the plate. Tori Vidales would send her first pitch of the at bat off the scoreboard to give Texas A&M the 4-1 lead and the series win. #22 Mississippi State 1; #10 Texas A&M 4 (April 8, 2018 in Starkville, Miss.) TAMU (34-9) TAMU (29-11) Pitchers: TAMU - Trinity Harrington, Lexi Smith (6-1) MSU: Holly Ward, Emily Williams, Cassady Knudsen (11-5) WP - Lexi Smith (6-1); LP - Cassady Knudsen (11-5) Time: 2:33 Attendance: 414 LAST TIME OUT Behind by as much as four runs, No. 24 Mississippi State rallied, scoring two runs in the seventh, but No. 7 Tennessee held on for a 6-3 victory in Sunday's regular-season finale. At the plate, Mississippi State was led by junior Emily Heimberger, who went 2-for- 4 with two s. Freshman Mia Davidson broke the MSU freshman record with her 18th home run of the season. Senior Cassady Knudsen earned the start, allowing four runs off three hits and two walks as she fell to 12-9 on the season. Senior Holly Ward tossed seven innings in relief, giving up six hits, four walks and just one earned run. She struck out six in the outing MSU IN THE POLLS Despite falling in two games to Tennessee to round out the regular season, Mississippi State held on to its Top 25 ranking in the USA Today/NFCA Coaches poll, checking in at No. 25. It's the ninth straight week MSU has been ranked in the publication. In the eighth RPI release of the 2018 season, State held on to its No. 20. MSU is one of 11 SEC schools to be rank in the top 20 in the RPI standings. Mississippi State in the Polls NFCA USA WK 1 RV RV WK 2 RV RV WK 3 RV 25 WK 4 RV 23 WK WK WK WK WK WK WK WK12 T24 RV WK13 25 RV DAVIDSON REELS IN SEC HONORS Behind a phenomenal debut season, Mia Davidson reeled in the postseason honors as she was selected as the league's Freshman of the Year as well as earning First Team All- SEC and Freshman All-SEC honors. Davidson has dominated the conference slate and closed the regular-season as the conference leader in home runs (18), total bases (137) slugging percentage (.797). Davidson is just the third Bulldog to ever be named the league's top freshman and the first since two-time All-American Courtney Bures in With Davidson's First Team All-SEC selection, Mississippi State has earned a first team honoree for the second consecutive season as Davidson follows the footsteps of Caroline Seitz (2017). Davidson is the first MSU freshman to earn All-SEC First Team 8 GAME NOTES

9 honors since Bures in Davidson was also honored with a selection to the SEC All- Freshman team, becoming the first Bulldog to earn the honor since Seitz and Alexis Silkwood were both named to the team in SLUGGING TOWARDS SEASON RECORD With 55 games of her freshman season under her belt, Mia Davidson has etched her name into the record books. Davidson slugged her 18th home run of the season during the regular-season finale to set a new MSU freshman record. She is also now tied with Iyhia McMichael for the Mississippi State single-season record. Even more impressive, Davidson is already on the MSU career home run charts, checking in tied for ninth. BOMB SQUAD As a team the Bulldogs have hit 49 home runs, which ranks fifth in the Southeastern Conference and is also the third-most homers hit in a single season by MSU. The Bulldogs have turned in 15 multi-home run games this season, including tying the program record with four home runs versus Tennessee on May 5. Freshman Mia Davidson leads the team, knocking 18 of MSU s 49 home runs and leads the SEC in bombs as well as tying for MSU's single-season record. Five Bulldogs have also knocked the first home runs of their career this season: Carter Spexarth, Grace Dabbs, Carmen Carter, Macey Petrey and Bevia Robinson. BLANK'EM Behind Holly Ward's one-hit performance at Troy on April 26, the Bulldog pitching staff recorded its 17th shutout of the 2018 season, tying the school record that was originally set over the 1998 season. In her seven seasons at the helm, head coach Vann Stuedeman's staffs have recorded 74 shutouts. TEAM NOTES DAVIDSON FINALIST FOR NATIONAL FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR Mia Davidson was named one of 25 finalists for the 2018 Schutt Sports/National Fastpitch Coaches Association Division I National Freshman on the Year and is one of five SEC freshmen to be up for the award. Starting all 55 games this season, Davidson has led Mississippi State to a national ranking and one of the best starts in program history. At the dish, Davidson is the lone Bulldog to record 45 or more hits, runs scored and s this season, leading Mississippi State in all three categories. Through the first 55 games of the season, Davidson holds a team-leading.384 average with help of 66 hits. Davidson leads the SEC with a.797 slugging percentage with help of 13 doubles, two triples and 18 home runs, which ties the MSU single-season history. She has also driven in 46 runs for the Bulldogs. The Hillsborough, N.C., native has recorded 15 walks and 10 hit by pitches to hold a.457 on-base percentage over her debut season. NO ONE FIGHTS ALONE This season, Mississippi State is suiting up for a special cause with its No One Fights Alone campaign. The Bulldogs will wear teal every midweek contest in honor of freshman outfield Alex Wilcox s battle with ovarian cancer and encourage fans to do the same. Softball student-athletes have filmed messages of support and encouragement to others locally that are battling ovarian cancer. During the fourth inning, the teams will participate in a moment of silence and will allow fans to hold up the special game programs that feature a space to write down the name of a loved one that is also battling cancer. DAVIDSON EARNS SCHOOL-RECORD THIRD SEC FRESHMAN OF THE WEEK HONOR Behind another monster week at the plate, freshman Mia Davidson earned Southeastern Conference Co-Freshman of the Week. She is the first Bulldog in program history to win three SEC Freshman of the Week honors over their debut season. Davidson knocked a team-leading eight hits to hold a.727 batting average. She slugged one double and a team-high two home runs to slugging at a staggering percentage over MSU s four-game slate against Alcorn State and in-state rival Ole Miss. She picked up five s and scored six runs. The freshman also drew a team-high four walks, including two intentional walks, for a.800 on-base percentage. DIRTY THIRTY For the sixth time under the helm of head coach Vann Stuedeman, the Bulldogs have recorded at least 30 victories in a season as MSU s notched its 30th victory of 2018 with an 11-0 run-rule victory over Alcorn State on April 10. The win also marks the 17th time in program history that the Bulldogs have won at least 30 games in a season. #VANNTASTIC START FOR THE BULLDOGS With 36 wins over its first 55 games, Mississippi State off to its fourth-best start in program history, tying the 2017 and 2015 squads. The 2008 squad holds the program record at over a 55 game span. Head Coach Vann Stuedeman has been at the helm of four of the six winngest teams over a 52-game span. Most Wins Over First 55 Games BOLD INDICATES UNDER VANN STUEDEMAN ERA GAME NOTES 9

10 HURTS SO GOOD Being struck by a pitch nine times her junior season, Sarai Niu has now recorded 35career hit by pitches, which moves her into third all-time in program history. Briana Bell ( ) holds the program of 55. SEC OPENING WEEKEND SUCCESS With its series victory over Missouri, Mississippi State opened conference play with a series victory for the first time under the Vann Stuedeman era and the first time since 2011 when the Bulldogs swept South Carolina in a shorten two-game series. Holly Ward opened the series with a 4-0 shutout over the Tigers, which was MSU s first shutout to open conference play since blanking Arkansas, 5-0, to open the 2006 SEC slate. DOUBLE VISION In Sunday s finale over the Riverhawks of UMass Lowell (3/11), Mississippi State slugged a total of five doubles, which ranks tied for the second-most doubles over a single-game in MSU history. The Bulldogs have slugged five doubles in a single game five previous times with the last five-double outing coming against South Carolina on April 18, Mississippi State currently leads the SEC with 80 doubles and a 1.45 doubles per game average, which ranks 33rd in the nation. RING THE BELL Morgan Bell continues to rack up the opportunities as she slugged her second grand slam of the 2018 season at Memphis (3/14) for her second five- performance of her senior season, tying her career high. The grand slam was the third of Bell s career which ties Jessica Cooley for the program record. MY SACRIFICE Calyn Adams tied a MSU single-game record with two sacrifice flies against Sam Houston State on March 4. She is just the fourth Bulldog in program history to knock two sacrifice flies in the same game and is the first to do so since TEAM NOTES Nakita Boyce at Southern Miss on April 24, MSU s total of three sacrifice flies versus the Bearkats is also tied for the second most in a single game over program history. The last time the Bulldogs knocked three sacrifice flies in a single game was April 17, 2004 at Arkansas. WARD UP Carrying the bulk of the load in the circle in MSU's final weekend of the regular season 2018, Holly Ward jumped into seventh for most career innings pitch. She now ranks in the Top 10 in eight MSU career categories 5th Strikeouts 357 5th Shutouts 12 T5th Saves 7 T6th Solo No-Hitters 1 7th Opponent Batting Avg th Innings Pitched th Strikeouts per 7 inn th Wins 36 MAMA MIA! Mia Davidson continues to prove that being a freshman is not a limitation when it comes to success at the plate in the SEC. Davidson currently ranks in the top 10 in the Southeastern Conference in eight offensive categories, including leading the league in total bases (137), home runs (18) and home runs per game (0.33) and slugging percentage (.797) Nationally, Davidson ranks in the top 15 in two categories fifth in total bases and 11th in home runs. SHUTDOWN STAFF MSU s pitching staff has tossed 17 shutouts, including 13 complete-game shutouts, over the first 55 games of the season. The 17 shutouts ties the school record for most recorded in a single-season first set in 1998 MSU set a program record by opening 2018 with five straight shutout victories. The Bulldog staff was just one of three teams, joining Alabama and Lipscomb, to shut out opponents in every contest over opening weekend. Entering the 14th week of the season, MSU ranks 24th in the country and fifth in the SEC withan 2.03 ERA, allowing just 106 earned runs over innings this season. CASSADY KKKK NUDSEN Over her senior campaign, Cassady Knudsen has struck out at least 10 batters in six of her 20 appearances in 2018, including two career-high performances of 13 strikeouts. Knudsen currently ranks fourth the SEC and 23rd in all of Division I softball with a 8.8 strikeouts per seven innings average. Her 125 total strikeouts currently ranks ninth among SEC pitchers. MISSISSIPPI QUEEN In her seventh season at the helm of Mississippi State softball, Vann Stuedeman has notched 238 wins to surpass Kathy Arendsen ( ) for the second-most victories in program history. Jay Miller ( ) holds the program record at 295. PITCH PERFECT Holly Ward tossed her first solo no-hitter and just the second perfect game in MSU program history behind a career-high 11 strikeouts in MSU s 10-0 victory over MVSU to open the 2018 season. State s first perfect game was tossed on March 2, 1997 as Jenny Hehnke blanked Alabama State 18-0 over five innings. 10 GAME NOTES

11 MISSISSIPPI STATE BY THE NUMBERS UNDER STUEDEMAN 2018 ALL-TIME In day games: In night games: In extra innings: vs. left-handed starter: vs. right-handed starter: Starter receives decision: Reliever receives decision: Starter goes 5+ innings: Starter goes less than 5 inn.: Scoring first: Opponent scores first: Leading after 5 innings: Trailing after 5 innings: Tied after 5 innings: Leading after 6 innings: Trailing after 6 innings: Tied after 6 innings: vs. ranked opponents: vs. Top-10 opponents: In one-run games: In two-run games: Coming from behind: Scoring 0-2 runs: Scoring 3-5 runs: Scoring 6-9 runs: Scoring 10+ runs: Opponent scores 0-2 runs: Opponent scores 3-5 runs: Opponent scores 6-9 runs: Opponent scores 10+ runs: Collecting 0-3 hits: Collecting 4-6 hits: Collecting 7-9 hits: Collecting hits: Collecting 13+ hits: Out-hit opponent: Out-hit by opponent: are equal: Without hitting a home run: Hitting a home run: Opponent doesn t hit a home run: Opponent hits a home run: Errorless: Committing one error: Committing 2+ errors: Opponent is errorless: vs. SEC: vs. SEC East: vs. SEC West: vs. Non-Conference: Game 1 of weekend series: Game 2 of weekend series: Game 3 of weekend series: DAYS OF THE WEEK On Monday: On Tuesday: On Wednesday: On Thursday: On Friday: On Saturday: On Sunday: MONTHS OF THE YEAR In February: In March: In April: In May: In June: VS. CONFERENCE SEC 7-17 Arkansas Florida Georgia Missouri Ole Miss South Carolina Tennessee Texas A&M American Athletic 2-0 Memphis America East 2-0 UMass Lowell Atlantic Coast 1-0 Boston College Big Ten 3-0 Illinois Nebraska Big Oklahoma State Big West Cal State Fullerton Missouri Valley Drake Missouri State Mountain West 1-0 San Jose State Ohio Valley 2-0 Murray State UT Martin Pac Arizona State Southern 2-0 Mercer Samford Southland 5-0 Central Arkansas Lamar Southeastern Louisiana Sam Houston State Southwestern Athletic 4-0 Alabama State Alcorn State Mississippi Valley State Summit League 1-0 Omaha Sun Belt 2-0 South Alabama Troy COME FROM BEHIND WINS (6) Date Opponent Deficit(s) Final Feb. 16 Murray State 1-0 (T1) 6-1 Feb. 17 South Alabama 1-0 (T1) 3-2 (T5) 6-3 Feb. 23 Oklahoma State 3-0 (B2) 9-4 Feb. 24 San Jose State 3-0 (T3) 6-4 Mar. 10 Illinois 1-0 (T1) 12-1 Mar. 14 Memphis 1-0 (T1) 7-1 LAST AT-BAT WINS (2) Date Opponent Score (Inn.) GW Play Mar. 10 UML 9-1 (6) Spexarth 1B April 7 TAMU 4-3 (10) Kelly BB WALK-OFF WINS (5) Date Opponent Score (Inn.) GW Play Feb. 11 MVSU 8-0 (6) Petrey 63 Feb. 20 SELA 3-2 (8) Bell 1B Mar. 10 UML 9-1 (6) Spexarth 1B Mar. 24 UGA 5-4 (7) Dorsett Scored E1T April 7 TAMU 4-3 (10) Kelly BB GAME NOTES 11

12 MSU SEC RANKINGS Batting Average.291 (5) Double Plays per Game 0.25(11) per Game 1.45 (1) Earned Run Average 2.03 (5) Fielding Percentage.956 (13) Home Runs per Game 0.89 (7) Scoring 5.15 (7) Slugging Percentage.470 (3) Stolen Bases per Game 0.85 (9) Strikeout-to-Walk Ratio 2.50 (7) Triples per Game 0.31 (1) W/L Percentage.636 (10) INDIVIDUAL SEC RANKINGS CALYN ADAMS 7. Sacrifice Flies 3 MORGAN BELL 7. Sacrifice Flies Slugging Percentage.580 MIA DAVIDSON 1. Total Bases Home Runs Slugging Percentage Home Runs per Game Hit by Pitch per Game Runs per Game Batting Average Runs Batted In per Game On-Base Percentage.457 REGGIE HARRISON 4. Hit by Pitch per Game 0.22 CASSADY KNUDSEN 4. Strikeouts per Seven Inn Strikeouts Allowed per Seven Inn Strikeout-to-Walk Ratio 2.78 SARAI NIU 9. Hit by Pitch per Game 0.17 HOLLY WARD 2. Saves 4 4. Shutouts 7 6. Strikeouts Earned Run Average Strikeouts per Seven Inn Strikeout-to-Walk Ratio Allowed per Seven Inn MISSISSIPPI STATE AND THE SEC 2018 SEC STANDINGS Rank School 2018 SEC Record PCT Overall Record PCT. 1. Florida# Georgia South Carolina Tennessee LSU Texas A&M Arkansas Alabama Auburn Kentucky Mississippi State Ole Miss Missouri # - SEC Regular Season Champion Wednesday, May 9 Mississippi State vs. No 10 Texas A&M No. 19 Kentucky vs. No. 15 Arkansas Ole Miss vs. No. 14 LSU No. 16 Auburn vs. No. 17 Alabama Thursday, May 10 TBD vs. No. 12 South Carolina TBD vs. No. 6 Georgia TBD vs. No. 8 Tennessee TBD vs. No. 1 Georgia Friday, May 11 SEC Tournament Semifinal SEC Tournament Semifinal Saturday, May 12 SEC Tournament Championship AROUND THE SEC a.m. CT 1:30 p.m. CT 4:00 p.m. CT 6:30 p.m. CT 11 a.m. CT 1:30 p.m. CT 4:00 p.m. CT 6:30 p.m. CT 2:00 p.m. CT 4:30 p.m. CT 7:00 p.m. CT 12 GAME NOTES

13 MISSISSIPPI STATE ACROSS THE DIVISION MSU NCAA RANKINGS Batting Average.291 (55) Double Plays per Game 0.25(183) per Game 1.45 (33) Earned Run Average 2.03 (24) Fielding Percentage.956 (183) Home Runs per Game 0.89 (50) Scoring 5.15 (54) Slugging Percentage.470 (30) Stolen Bases per Game 0.85 (155) Strikeout-to-Walk Ratio 2.50 (47) Triples per Game 0.31 (18) W/L Percentage.636 (67) NCAA ACTIVE CAREER LEADERS MIA DAVIDSON 9. Slugging Percentage.797 SARAI NIU 29. Hit by Pitch 35 HOLLY WARD 45. Strikeouts per Seven Inn Saves 7 INDIVIDUAL NCAA RANKINGS MIA DAVIDSON 5. Total Bases Home Runs Slugging Percentage Home Runs per Game Runs per Game 0.87 REGGIE HARRISON 74. Hit by Pitch per Game 0.22 CASSADY KNUDSEN 23. Strikeouts per Seven Inn. 8.8 USA TODAY/NFCA COACHES POLL (WEEK THIRTEEN) RK. SCHOOL RECORD POINTS 1. UCLA (30) Oregon (1) Oklahoma (1) Florida Washington Arizona State Tennessee Georgia Arizona Florida State LSU South Carolina Alabama Texas A&M Auburn Michigan Baylor Arkansas Kentucky Long Beach State Louisiana Lafayette James Madison Texas State California MISSISSIPPI STATE Others Receiving Votes: Ohio State (25), Minnesota (18), Hofstra (16), Drake (15), Boise State (9), Oklahoma State (8), USF (8), Ole Miss (4), Houston (2), Kennesaw State (2), Pittsburgh (2). NATIONAL POLLS ESPN.com/USA SOFTBALL POLL (WEEK THIRTEEN) RK. SCHOOL RECORD POINTS 1. UCLA (15) Oregon (5) Oklahoma Florida Washington Arizona State Florida State Tennessee Georgia Arizona LSU Michigan Texas A&M South Carolina Alabama Baylor Auburn Kentucky Arkansas Long Beach State Louisiana Lafayette James Madison Minnesota Oklahoma State Ohio State Others Receiving Votes: California (25), Texas State (17), Drake (15), MISSISSIPPI STATE (14), Boise State (7), Hofstra (7), Oregon State (4), South Florida (2), Kennesaw State (1), Wichita State (1) MISSISSIPPI STATE IN THE POLLS DATE NFCA USA RPI PRE RV NR -- W1 RV RV -- W2 RV RV -- W3 RV W4 RV W W W W W W W W12 T24 RV 20 W13 25 RV 20 HOLLY WARD 22. Saves Shutouts Earned Run Average Strikeouts Strikeouts per Seven Inn Allowed per Seven Inn Strikeout-to-Walk Ratio 3.29 DAWGS VS. RANKED OPPONENTS 2018 RESULTS Date Opponent Ranking Result (Inn.) Feb. 23 Oklahoma State 16 W, 9-4 Feb. 22 Nebraska 23 W, 9-0 (5) Feb. 22 Arizona State 15 L, 1-3 March 23 Georgia 7 L, 4-2 March 24 Georgia 7 W, 5-4 March 25 Georgia 7 L, 3-2 April 7 Texas A&M 10 L, 1-3 April 7 Texas A&M 10 W, 4-3 April 8 Texas A&M 10 L, 1-4 April 20 Florida 5 L, 3-8 April 20 Florida 5 L, 2-6 April 20 Florida 5 L, 0-3 April 27 South Carolina 13 L, 2-5 April 28 South Carolina 13 L, 1-8 April 29 South Carolina 13 L, 4-5 May 4 Tennessee 8 L, 4-7 May 5 Tennessee 8 W, 10-3 May 6 Tennessee 8 L, 3-6 BREAKDOWNS Year Record Ranking Record TOTAL TOTAL GAME NOTES 13

14 MISSISSIPPI STATE HITTING BY THE NUMBERS HITTING Adams Records Hit Adams Records Multi-Hit Game Adams Home Run Bell Records Hit Bell Records Multi-Hit Game Bell Home Run Denis Records Hit Denis Records Multi-Hit Game Denis Home Run Cater Records Hit Cater Records Multi-Hit Game Cater Home Run Dabbs Records Hit Dabbs Records Multi-Hit Game Dabbs Home Run Mia Davidson Records Hit Mia Davidson Records Multi-Hit Game Mia Davidson Home Run Dorsett Records Hit Dorsett Records Multi-Hit Game Dorsett Home Run Harrison Records Hit Harrison Records Multi-Hit Game Harrison Home Run Heimberger Records Hit Heimberger Records Multi-Hit Game Heimberger Home Run Kelly Records Hit Kelly Records Multi-Hit Game Kelly Home Run Malone Records Hit Malone Records Multi-Hit Game Malone Home Run Moore Records Hit Moore Records Multi-Hit Game Moore Home Run Niu Records Hit Niu Records Multi-Hit Game Niu Home Run Petrey Records Hit Petrey Records Multi-Hit Game Petrey Home Run Roberson Records Hit Roberson Records Multi-Hit Game Roberson Home Run Robinson Records Hit Robinson Records Multi-Hit Game Robinson Home Run Spexarth Records Hit Spexarth Records Multi-Hit Game Spexarth Home Run Wilcox Records Hit Wilcox Records Multi-Hit Game Wilcox Home Run L. Williams Records Hit L. Williams Records Multi-Hit Game L. Williams Home Run LEADING OFF Heimberger Leads Off Moore Leads Off Robinson Leads Off HOME RUNS CAREER DINGERS SOLO 2R 3R GS Total Davidson, Mia Bell, Morgan Harrison, Reggie Niu, Sarai Moore, Kat Adams, Calyn Carter Spexarth Petrey, Macey Robinson, Bevia Carter, Carmen Grace Dabbs BREAKDOWN Total At Nusz Park On The Road At Neutral-Site...6 vs. RHP vs. LHP w/ 0 Outs w/ 1 Out w/ 2 Outs Solo Two-Run Three-Run....8 Grand Salami....2 Back-To-Back...0 Pinch-Hit...2 Walk-Off...0 Opponent Total Last HR Given Up...May 6, 2018 at Tennessee Consecutive Games W/Out HR (Season Long)... 0 (24) TOUCH EM ALL TRACKER Player Date Opponent On Base Outs 1. Mia Davidson Feb. 9 Omaha Morgan Bell Feb. 9 Omaha Mia Davidson Feb. 11 Missouri State Kat Moore Feb. 11 MVSU Morgan Bell Feb. 11 MVSU Mia Davidson Feb. 22 Arizona State Calyn Adams Feb. 22 Nebraska Reggie Harrison Feb. 22 Nebraska Bevia Robinson Feb. 23 Oklahoma State Mia Davidson Feb. 24 San Jose State Morgan Bell Feb. 24 San Jose State Mia Davidson March 2 Lamar Reggie Harrison March 3 Mercer Sarai Niu March 3 Mercer Macey Petrey March 3 Mercer Mia Davidson March 9 Illinois Carmen Carter March 9 Illinois Reggie Harrison March 9 Illinois Mia Davidson March 9 Illinois Morgan Bell March 9 Illinois Mia Davidson March 11 UMass Lowell Mia Davidson March 13 Samford Morgan Bell March 14 Memphis Mia Davidson March 18 Missouri Kat Moore March 18 Missouri Reggie Harrison March 21 Central Arkansas Sarai Niu March 21 Central Arkansas Mia Davidson March 24 Georgia Reggie Harrison March 24 Georgia Sarai Niu March 25 Georgia Mia Davidson March 27 Alabama State Grace Dabbs March 27 Alabama State Morgan Bell March 30 Arkansas Mia Davidson April 1 Arkansas Morgan Bell April 1 Arkansas Mia Davidson April 10 Alcorn State Kat Moore April 15 Ole Miss Reggie Harrison April 15 Ole Miss Mia Davidson April 16 Ole Miss Carter Spexarth April 16 Ole Miss Kat Moore April 20 Florida Mia Davidson April 20 Florida Morgan Bell April 29 South Carolina Morgan Bell May 4 Tennessee Mia Davidson May 5 Tennessee Morgan Bell May 5 Tennessee Reggie Harrison May 5 Tennessee Sarai Niu May 5 Tennessee Mia Davidson May 6 Tennessee 0 2 MULTIPLE-HIT GAMES Mia Davidson Kat Moore Emily Heimberger Reggie Harrison Bevia Robinson Morgan Bell Sarai Niu Calyn Adams Carmen Carter Candace Denis Carter Spexarth Grace Dabbs TEAM MULTIPLE- GAMES Mia Davidson Morgan Bell Reggie Harrison Sarai Niu Emily Heimberger Carmen Carter Kat Moore Bevia Robinson Carter Spexarth Calyn Adams Grace Dabbs TEAM HITTING STREAKS CURRENT 2018 CAREER Mia Davidson Emily Heimberger Kat Moore Sarai Niu Reggie Harrison Carmen Carter Morgan Bell Grace Dabbs Bevia Robinson Alex Wilcox Candace Denis Calyn Adams O Neil Roberson Carter Spexarth Maddie Dorsett Lexi Malone Taylor Kelly Lindsey Williams Macey Petrey Montana Davidson REACHED BASE CURRENT 2018 CAREER Reggie Harrison Mia Davidson Emily Heimberger Sarai Niu Kat Moore Carmen Carter Morgan Bell Calyn Adams Carter Spexarth Grace Dabbs Bevia Robinson Alex Wilcox Candace Denis O Neil Roberson Taylor Kelly Lindsey Williams Maddie Dorsett Lexi Malone Macey Petrey Montana Davidson GAME NOTES

15 MISSISSIPPI STATE HITTING BY OPPONENT OPPONENT G W-L AVG. R H 2B 3B HR BB SO SB-ATT SLG OBP Mississippi Valley State Omaha Missouri State UT Martin Murray State Drake South Alabama Southeastern Louisiana Arizona State Nebraska Oklahoma State San Jose State Cal State Fullerton Lamar Mercer Sam Houston State Boston College Illinois UMass Lowell Samford Memphis Missouri Central Arkansas Georgia Alabama State Arkansas Texas A&M Alcorn State Ole Miss Florida Troy South Carolina Tennessee MISSISSIPPI STATE HITTING BY MONTH OPPONENT G W-L AVG. R H 2B 3B HR BB SO SB-ATT SLG OBP February March April May June MISSISSIPPI STATE HITTING BY SITE OPPONENT G W-L AVG. R H 2B 3B HR BB SO SB-ATT SLG OBP Home Away Neutral GAME NOTES 15

16 MISSISSIPPI STATE PITCHING BY OPPONENT OPPONENT G/CG W-L-S ERA IP H R ER 2B 3B HR K BB BBA Mississippi Valley State 2/ Omaha 1/ Missouri State 1/ UT Martin 1/ Murray State 1/ Drake 2/ South Alabama 1/ Southeastern Louisiana 1/ Arizona State 1/ Nebraska 1/ Oklahoma State 1/ San Jose State 1/ Cal State Fullerton 1/ Lamar 1/ Mercer 1/ Sam Houston State 2/ Boston College 1/ Illinois 2/ UMass Lowell 2/ Samford 1/ Memphis 2/ Missouri 3/ Central Arkansas 1/ Georgia 3/ Alabama State 1/ Arkansas 3/ Texas A&M 3/ Alcorn State 1/ Ole Miss 3/ Florida 3/ Troy 1/ South Carolina 3/ Tennessee 3/ MISSISSIPPI STATE PITCHING BY MONTH MONTH G/CG W-L-S ERA IP H R ER 2B 3B HR K BB BBA February 15/ March 21/ April 16/ May 3/ June MISSISSIPPI STATE PITCHING BY SITE SITE G/CG W-L-S ERA IP H R ER 2B 3B HR K BB BBA Home 34/ Away 16/ Neutral 5/ GAME NOTES

17 VS. OPPONENTS UNDER STUEDEMAN (BY STATE) ALABAMA (33-34): ALABAMA (4-14) ALABAMA A&M (1-0) ALABAMA STATE (2-0) AUBURN (4-11) JACKSONVILLE STATE (4-0) SAMFORD (9-0) SOUTH ALABAMA (3-5) TROY (3-0) UAB (3-4) ARKANSAS (15-7): ARKANSAS (10-6) CENTRAL ARKANSAS (5-1) ARIZONA (0-1): ARIZONA STATE (0-1) CALIFORNIA (3-5): CAL STATE FULLERTON (0-4) FRESNO STATE (1-0) LONG BEACH STATE (0-1) SAN JOSE STATE (1-0) UC SANTA BARBARA (1-0) FLORIDA (7-14): FLORIDA (2-12) FLORIDA ATLANTIC (2-0) FLORIDA GULF COAST (1-0) FLORIDA STATE (0-1) NORTH FLORIDA (2-0) SOUTH FLORIDA (0-1) GEORGIA (15-11): GEORGIA (6-9) GEORGIA SOUTHERN (3-0) GEORGIA STATE (3-1) GEORGIA TECH (1-0) KENNESAW STATE (1-1) MERCER (1-0) ILLINOIS (10-3): DEPAUL (0-1) EASTERN ILLINOIS (2-0) ILLINOIS (3-1) SIU-EDWARDSVILLE (3-1) SOUTHERN ILLINOIS (2-0) INDIANA (1-0): NOTRE DAME (1-0) IOWA (4-1): DRAKE (1-1) IOWA (3-0) KANSAS (1-0): WICHITA STATE (1-0) KENTUCKY (12-11): KENTUCKY (6-10) MURRAY STATE (2-0) NORTHERN KENTUCKY (2-0) WESTERN KENTUCKY (2-1) LOUISIANA (16-17): LOUISIANA (0-1) LOUISIANA LAFAYETTE (0-1) LSU (4-12) LA TECH (3-0) MCNEESE STATE (1-1) NICHOLS STATE (1-0) NORTHWESTERN STATE (0-2) SOUTHEASTERN LOUISIANA (7-0) MARYLAND (3-0): MARYLAND (3-0) MASSACHUSETTS (4-0): BOSTON COLLEGE (1-0) UMASS (1-0) UMASS LOWELL (2-0) MICHIGAN (0-1): MICHIGAN (0-1) MINNESOTA (0-1): MINNESOTA (0-1) MISSISSIPPI (35-7): ALCORN STATE (3-0) JACKSON STATE (5-0) MISSISSIPPI (10-7) MISSISSIPPI VALLEY STATE (11-0) SOUTHERN MISS (6-0) MISSOURI (8-9): MISSOURI (4-9) MISSOURI STATE (1-0) SAINT LOUIS (2-0) SOUTH EAST MISSOURI (1-0) NEBRASKA (2-0): NEBRASKA (1-0) OMAHA (1-0) NEW YORK (7-1): COLUMBIA (1-0) HOFSTRA (1-0) LIU-BROOKLYN (3-0) FORDHAM (1-1) SYRACUSE (1-0) OHIO (2-0): MIAMI (1-0) OHIO (1-0) OREGON (0-1): PORTLAND STATE (0-1) OKLAHOMA (1-1): OKLAHOMA (0-1) OKLAHOMA STATE (1-0) PENNSYLAVNIA (4-0): PENN STATE (4-0) SOUTH CAROLINA (8-9): CHARLESTON SOUTHERN (1-0) COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON (2-0) SOUTH CAROLINA (5-9) TENNESSEE (23-12): AUSTIN PEAY (1-0) CHATTANOOGA (1-0) LIPSCOMB (3-0) MEMPHIS (8-0) MIDDLE TENNESSEE (2-0) TENNESSEE (3-12) TENNESSEE TECH (3-0) UT MARTIN (2-0) TEXAS (18-14): BAYLOR (0-4) HOUSTON (2-1) INCARNATE WORD (1-0) LAMAR (2-0) SAM HOUSTON STATE (2-0) STEPHEN F. AUSTIN (2-0) TEXAS (0-2) TEXAS A&M (5-7) TEXAS SOUTHERN (1-0) TEXAS STATE (1-0) TEXAS TECH (1-0) UTSA (1-0) UTAH (1-2): BYU (0-2) WEBER STATE (1-0) VIRGINIA (1-0): LONGWOOD (1-0) WEST VIRGINIA (3-0): MARSHALL (3-0) TOP CROWDS AT NUSZ PARK Rank Date Opponent Result Attendance 1. April 16, 2016 LSU L, 5-2 (12) 1, April 12, 2014 Alabama W, 4-2 1, April 21, 2018 Florida L, 6-2 1, April 12, 2013 Ole Miss W, 5-1 1, April 25, 1998 Ole Miss W, 11-0 (5 inn.); W, 4-3 1, April 19, 1997 Alabama L, 2-5; W, 2-1 1, April 2, 2016 Ole Miss L, 3-4 1,474 8 April 8, 2017 South Carolina W, 6-4 1, April 18, 2015 Tennessee L, 5-3 1, April 3, 2016 Ole Miss W, 1-0 (8 inn.) 1, April 17, 2016 LSU L, 12-1 (5) 1, April 19, 2015 Tennessee L, 16-8 (6 inn.) 1, March 18, 2017 Alabama W, 1-0 1, May 6, 2018 Tennessee L, 6-3 1, April 15, 2000 Kentucky W, 6-2; W, 7-3 1,017 Bold indicates Vann Studeman era AT-BATS Team 47 - LSU at MSU (March 8, 2013) NUSZ PARK RECORDS Individual 7 - Olivia Golden vs. Kentucky (May 7, 2017) RUNS Team 30 - Louisiana Tech vs. Jackson State (Feb. 6, 2004) Individual 5 - Angela Toures, Bradley (vs. Jackson State, Feb. 6, 2004) HITS Team 23 - Louisiana Tech vs. Jackson State (Feb. 6, 2004) Individual 5 - Brittany Mynsberge, Bradley (vs. Jackson State, Feb. 6, 2004) Team 23 - Bradley vs. Jackson State (Feb. 6, 2004) Individual 7 - Brittany Mynsberge, Bradley (vs. Jackson State, Feb. 6, 2004) LONGEST REGULATION GAME 4:32 - Auburn vs. MSU (March 18, 2016) DOUBLES Team 8 - LSU at MSU (April 4, 1998) Individual 3 - twice, last by Whitney Cloer, Arkansas (vs. MSU, March 17, 2009) TRIPLES Team 6 - MSU vs. Alabama A&M (Feb. 20, 2004) Individual 2-7x, last by Ashley Phillips, MSU (vs. Columbia, March 3, 2012) HOME RUNS Team 4 by MSU vs. Tennessee (May 6, 2018) Individual 2 - nine times, last by Katie Gentle, MSU (vs. Tennessee, April 20, 2015) WALKS Team 11-4x, last by MSU vs. Kentucky (May 7, 2017) Individual 4 - Katie Cooley, MSU (vs. LSU, March 30, 2005) STRIKEOUTS Team, Batting 22 - MSU vs. LSU (March 8, 2013) Individual, Pitching 22 - Rachele Fico, LSU (vs. MSU, March 8, 2013) GAME NOTES 17

18 THE LAST TIME A TEAM... BATTING Had 10+ hits MSU...April 15, 2018; at Ole Miss (12) OPP...April 20, 2018; Florida (10) FIELDING Did not commit an error MSU...April 28, 2018; at South Carolina OPP...May 5, 2018; Tennessee Had 15+ hits MSU...Feb. 23, 2018; vs. Oklahoma State (15) OPP...May 1, 2016; Missouri (15) Scored 5+ runs MSU...May 5, 2018; vs. Tennessee (10) OPP...May 6, 2018; Tennessee (6) Scored 10+ runs MSU...May 5, 2018; vs. Tennessee (10) OPP...May 7, 2017; Kentucky (10) Scored 15+ runs MSU... April 6, 2015; at Arkansas (16) OPP... April 22, 2016; Florida (16) Hit 2 home runs MSU...May 5, 2018; vs. Tennessee (4) OPP...April 28, 2018; South Carolina (2) Hit 3+ home runs MSU...May 5, 2018; vs. Tennessee (4) OPP... April 29, 2016; Missouri (3) Stole 4+ bases MSU...March 10, 2018; vs. UMass Lowell (4) OPP...May 24, 2018; Cal State Fullerton (4) Left 10 runners on base MSU...May 5, 2018; vs. Tennessee (11) OPP...May 4, 2018; Tennessee (10) PITCHING Threw a no-hitter MSU...Feb. 9, 2018; vs. Mississippi Valley State OPP... April 22, 2016; Florida Threw a shutout MSU...April 25, 2018; at Troy OPP...April 21, 2018; Florida Recorded 10+ strikeouts MSU...April 15, 2018; at Ole Miss (11) OPP...April 20, 2018; Florida (10) Recorded 15+ strikeouts MSU...Feb. 5, 2015; vs. Miss. Valley St. (15) OPP... March 18, 2016; Auburn (15) Committed 2+ errors MSU...May 6, 2018; vs. Tennessee (2) OPP...April 25, 2018; Troy (2) Committed 4+ errors MSU...April 29, 2018; at South Carolina (5) OPP...Feb. 23, 2018; Oklahoma State (5) Turned a double play MSU...May 6, 2018; vs. Tennessee OPP...May 6, 2018; Tennessee Turned a triple play MSU... May 4, 1997; vs. Auburn OPP...May 17, 2013; BYU Threw a runner out at the plate MSU...May 6, 2018; vs. Tennessee (1-2) OPP...April 28, 2018; South Carolina (5-2) WINS & LOSSES Won in extra innings MSU...April 7, 2018; vs. Texas A&M (4-3 in 10 inn.) OPP...April 8, 2018; Texas A&M (4-1 in 8 inn.) Won by 8-run rule MSU...April 10, 2018; vs. Alcorn State (11-0 in 5 innings) OPP...May 18, 2017; BYU (8-0 in 6 innings) IN AN INNING Scored 8+ runs in one inning MSU... March 2, 2017; 1st inning vs. Alabama State (8) OPP...April 17, 2015; 5th inning, LSU (8) Had 7+ hits in one inning MSU...March 20, 2015; 7th inning vs. Ole Miss (7) OPP...March 21, 2014; 4th inning, Auburn (7) Hit back-to-back home runs MSU...May 2, 2014; 4th inning at LSU (Echols and Foulks) OPP...May 3, 2015; 2nd inning, South Carolina Had 4+ walks in an inning MSU...March 10, 2018; 2nd inning vs. UMass Lowell (4) OPP...March 26, 2016; 1st inning, at Tennessee (4) MISSISSIPPI STATE COMEBACKS Overcame a deficit of 2 or more runs to win Feb. 24, 2018 vs. San Jose State (3) Overcame a deficit of 3 or more runs to win Feb. 24, 2018 vs. San Jose State (3) Overcame a deficit of 4 or more runs to win March 21, 2015 vs. Ole Miss (5) Overcame a deficit of 5 or more runs in a win March 21, 2015 vs. Ole Miss (5) 18 GAME NOTES

19 THE LAST TIME AN INDIVIDUAL... BATTING Had 3+ hits in a game MSU...May 4, 2018; Morgan Bell (3) vs. Tennessee OPP...May 6, 2018; Meghan Gregg (3), Tennessee Had 4+ hits in a game MSU... April 14, 2017; Kat Moore (4) at Georgia OPP...April 20, 2018; Amanda Lorenz (4), Florida Scored 3 runs MSU...April 10, 2018; Mia Davidson (3) vs. Alcorn State OPP...April 20, 2018; Amanda Lorenz (3), Florida Scored 4+ runs MSU... March 7, 2008; Hayle Guess vs. Charleston Southern (4) OPP... March 16, 2011; Kelsey Bruder, Florida (4) Had 3... MSU...May 5, 2018; Mia Davidson (3) vs. Tennessee OPP...May 6, 2018; Chelsea Seggern (3), Tennessee Had 4 MSU...April 15, 2018; Reggie Harrison (4) at Ole Miss OPP...April 28, 2018; Alyssa VanDerveer (4), South Carolina Had 5... MSU...March 14, 2018; Morgan Bell (5) at Memphis OPP... March 31, 2017; Sahvanna Jaquish (5), LSU Had 6+.. MSU... April 14, 2017; Caroline Seitz (6) at Georgia OPP... March 16, 2011; Kelsey Bruder, Florida (6) Hit 2+ doubles MSU...March 25, 2018; Calyn Adams (2) vs. Georgia OPP...March 17, 2018; Kolby Romaine (2), Missouri Hit a triple MSU...May 5, 2018; Kat Moore (2) vs. Tennessee OPP...April 28, 2018; Mackenzie Boesel (1), South Carolina Hit 2+ triples. MSU...May 5, 2018; Kat Moore (2) vs. Tennessee Hit 2+ home runs MSU... April 14, 2017; Caroline Seitz (2) at Georgia OPP... April 22, 2016; Kayli Kvistad (2), Florida Hit a walk-off, game-winning home run MSU... March 4, 2017; Caroline Seitz vs. Samford OPP... April 29, 2017; Carlee Wallace, Auburn Hit a grand slam MSU...March 14, 2018; Morgan Bell at Memphis OPP...April 28, 2018; Alyssa VanDerveer, South Carolina Led off first inning with a home run MSU...April 26, 2015; Julia Echols at Georgia Southern OPP... March 24, 2017; Jaz Crowder, Louisiana Tech Stole 3+ bases MSU...March 27, 2018; Bevia Robinson (3) at Alabama State OPP... May 10, 2012; Jennifer Fenton, Alabama (3) Drew 3 walks MSU...April 25, 2018; Mia Davidson (3) at Troy OPP...May 6, 2018; Ashley Morgan (3), Tennessee Drew 4+ walks MSU... March 30, 2005; Katie Cooley vs. LSU (4) OPP... March 29, 2015; Bailey Castro, Florida (4) PITCHING Threw a no hitter MSU...Feb. 9, 2018; Holly Ward vs. MVSU OPP... April 22, 2016; Delanie Gourley, Florida Threw a shutout MSU...April 25, 2018; Holly Ward at Troy OPP...April 21, 2018; Kelly Barnhill, Florida Recorded 10+ Ks MSU...April 15, 2018; Cassady Knudsen (11) at Ole Miss OPP...April 20, 2018; Kelly Barnhill (10), Florida Recorded 15+ Ks MSU...Feb. 5, 2015; Alexis Silkwood vs. Miss. Valley St. (15) OPP...March 8, 2013; Rachele Fico (22), LSU Gave up 10+ hits MSU...April 20, 2018; Candace Denis (10) vs. Florida OPP...April 15, 2018; Kaitlin Lee (10), Ole Miss Walked 5+ batters MSU...May 5, 2018; Holly Ward (6) vs. Tennessee OPP...May 5, 2018; Gabby Sprang (5), Tennessee Struck out the side in order MSU...March 14, 2018; Cassady Knudsen at Memphis (4th inning) OPP...Feb. 22, 2018; G. Juarez; Arizona State (3rd inning) FIELDING Recorded 10+ putouts MSU...May 5, 2018; Mia Davidson (10) vs. Tennessee OPP...May 6, 2018; Ashley Morgan (11), Tennessee Recorded 15+ putouts MSU...Feb. 18, 2018; Mia Davidson (16) vs. Drake OPP... March 4, 2017; Kathryn Jackson (15); Samford Recorded 5+ assists MSU...May 5, 2018; Reggie Harrison (5) vs. Tennessee OPP...April 29, 2018; Kenzi Maguire (5), South Carolina Committed 2+ errors MSU...April 29, 2018; Mia Davidson (2) at South Carolina OPP...March 16, 2018; Brooke Wilmes (2), Missouri GAME NOTES 19

20 GAME-BY-GAME STARTERS BY BATTING ORDER Date No. (#) Record Opponent Feb MVSU Moore Robinson Davidson Harrison Niu Heimberger Bell Adams Carter Feb Omaha Moore Robinson Davidson Harrison Niu Heimberger Bell Adams Denis Feb Missouri State Moore Davidson Harrison Niu Bell Heimberger Roberson Adams Robinson Feb MVSU Moore Davidson Harrison Niu Bell Roberson Heimberger Robinson Dorsett Feb UT Martin Moore Davidson Harrison Niu Bell Heimberger Roberson Adams Robinson Feb Murray State Moore Davidson Harrison Bell Heimberger Roberson Carter Adams Robinson Feb Drake Moore Davidson Harrison Niu Bell Heimberger Roberson Adams Robinson Feb South Alabama Heimberger Davidson Harrison Niu Bell Moore Adams Robinson Denis Feb Drake Heimberger Davidson Harrison Moore Niu Wilcox Adams Robinson Denis Feb SELA Heimberger Robinson Davidson Harrison Moore Niu Bell Adams Denis Feb Arizona State Robinson Davidson Harrison Moore Niu Bell Heimberger Adams Denis Feb Nebraska Moore Davidson Harrison Niu Roberson Heimberger Carter Adams Robinson Feb Oklahoma State Moore Davidson Harrison Niu Roberson Heimberger Carter Adams Robinson Feb San Jose State Moore Davidson Harrison Niu Roberson Heimberger Carter Adams Robinson Feb Cal State Fullerton Moore Davidson Harrison Niu Bell Heimberger Adams Denis Robinson March Lamar Moore Davidson Harrison Niu Heimberger Bell Carter Adams Robinson March Mercer Moore Davidson Harrison Spexarth Niu Heimberger Bell Adams Robinson March Sam Houston State Moore Davidson Harrison Niu Heimberger Bell Carter Adams Robinson March Sam Houston State Moore Davidson Harrison Niu Heimberger Carter Bell Adams Robinson March Boston College Moore Davidson Harrison Niu Heimberger Carter Bell Adams Robinson March Illinois Moore Davidson Harrison Niu Heimberger Carter Bell Adams Robinson March Illinois Moore Davidson Harrison Niu Heimberger Carter Bell Robinson Dorsett March UMass Lowell Heimberger Davidson Harrison Niu Carter Bell Adams Robinson Dorsett March UMass Lowell Heimberger Davidson Harrison Niu Carter Bell Wilcox Adams Robinson March Samford Heimberger Davidson Harrison Niu Carter Bell Wilcox Adams Robinson March Memphis Heimberger Davidson Harrison Niu Carter Bell Moore Adams Robinson March Missouri Heimberger Davidson Harrison Niu Carter Bell Moore Adams Robinson March Missouri Heimberger Davidson Harrison Niu Carter Bell Moore Adams Robinson March Missouri Heimberger Davidson Harrison Niu Bell Moore Kelly Adams Robinson March Central Arkansas Moore Davidson Harrison Niu Bell Heimberger Carter Adams Robinson March Georgia Moore Davidson Harrison Niu Bell Heimberger Carter Adams Robinson March Georgia Moore Davidson Bell Niu Harrison Heimberger Carter Adams Robinson March Georgia Moore Davidson Bell Niu Harrison Adams Carter Heimberger Robinson March Alabama State Robinson Davidson Niu Adams Bell Harrison Carter Denis Heimberger March Arkansas Moore Davidson Niu Bell Harrison Adams Carter Heimberger Robinson March Arkansas Moore Davidson Niu Bell Harrison Adams Spexarth Heimberger Robinson April Arkansas Moore Davidson Niu Bell Harrison Adams Carter Heimberger Robinson April Texas A&M Moore Davidson Niu Bell Adams Harrison Carter Robinson Heimberger April Texas A&M Heimberger Davidson Niu Bell Adams Harrison Carter Moore Robinson April Texas A&M Heimberger Davidson Niu Bell Harrison Moore Adams Petrey Robinson April Alcorn State Heimberger Davidson Niu Harrison Adams Kelly Petrey Williams Robinson April Ole Miss Heimberger Davidson Niu Harrison Bell Moore Carter Adams Petrey April Ole Miss Heimberger Davidson Niu Harrison Bell Moore Carter Adams Petrey April Ole Miss Heimberger Davidson Niu Harrison Bell Moore Carter Adams Williams April Memphis Heimberger Davidson Niu Harrison Bell Moore Spexarth Carter Adams April Florida Heimberger Davidson Niu Harrison Moore Bell Carter Adams Robinson April Florida Moore Davidson Niu Harrison Heimberger Bell Spexarth Carter Robinson April Florida Moore Davidson Niu Harrison Heimberger Spexarth Bell Carter Robinson April Troy Heimberger Davidson Moore Harrison Spexarth Niu Carter Adams Robinson April South Carolina Heimberger Davidson Moore Harrison Niu Carter Bell Adams Robinson April South Carolina Heimberger Davidson Moore Harrison Niu Bell Spexarth Adams Robinson April South Carolina Robinson Heimberger Davidson Moore Niu Harrison Bell Adams Denis May Tennessee Heimberger Davidson Moore Harrison Niu Bell Carter Adams Robinson May Tennessee Heimberger Davidson Bell Niu Harrison Moore Carter Adams Robinson May Tennessee Heimberger Davidson Bell Niu Harrison Moore Carter Adams Robinson STARTERS BY BATTING ORDER Leadoff: Moore (28), Heimberger (24), Robinson (3) 2nd: Davidson (51), Robinson (3), Heimberger (1) 3rd: Harrison (28), Niu (15), Davidson (4), Moore (4), Bell (4) CLEANUP: Niu (28), Harrison (15), Bell (7), Moore (3), Spexarth (1), Adams (1) 5th: Bell (14), Heimberger (9), Niu (9), Harrison (8), Carter (6), Roberson (3), Adams (3), Moore (2), Spexarth (1) 6th: Heimberger (13), Bell (13), Moore (9), Carter (5), Adams (4), Harrison (4), Roberson (2), Niu (2), Wilcox (1), Kelly (1), Spexarth (1) 7th: Carter (23), Bell (11), Adams (5), Spexarth (4), Roberson (3), Moore (3), Heimberger (2), Wilcox (2), Kelly (1), Petrey (1) 8th: Adams (37), Robinson (6), Heimberger (4), Carter (3), Denis (2), Moore (1), Petrey (1), Williams (1) 9th: Robinson (39), Denis (6), Dorsett (3), Carter (1), Heimberger (2), Petrey (2), Williams (1), Adams (1) 20 GAME NOTES

21 GAME-BY-GAME STARTERS BY POSITION Date No. (#) Record Opponent C 1B 2B 3B SS LF CF RF DP Feb Mississippi Valley Davidson Niu Adams Robinson Harrison Heimberger Moore Carter Bell Feb Omaha Adams Niu Heimberger Davidson Harrison Denis Moore Robinson Bell Feb Missouri State Davidson Niu Adams Robinson Harrison Heimberger Moore Bell Roberson Feb Mississippi Valley Davidson Niu Heimberger Robinson Harrison Dorsett Moore Bell Roberson Feb UT Martin Davidson Niu Adams Robinson Harrison Bell Moore Heimberger Roberson Feb Murray State Adams Bell Heimberger Davidson Harrison Robinson Moore Carter Roberson Feb Drake Davidson Niu Adams Robinson Harrison Heimberger Moore Bell Roberson Feb South Alabama Davidson Niu Adams Robinson Harrison Heimberger Moore Denis Bell Feb Drake Davidson Niu Adams Robinson Harrison Heimberger Moore Denis Wilcox Feb SELA Davidson Niu Heimberger Adams Harrison Robinson Moore Denis Bell Feb Arizona State Davidson Niu Adams Robinson Harrison Heimberger Moore Denis Bell Feb Nebraska Davidson Niu Adams Robinson Harrison Heimberger Moore Carter Roberson Feb Oklahoma State Adams Niu Heimberger Davidson Harrison Robinson Moore Carter Roberson Feb San Jose State Davidson Niu Adams Robinson Harrison Heimberger Moore Carter Roberson Feb Cal State Fullerton Davidson Niu Adams Robinson Harrison Heimberger Moore Denis Bell March Lamar Davidson Niu Adams Robinson Harrison Heimberger Moore Carter Bell March Mercer Davidson Niu Adams Robinson Harrison Heimberger Moore Bell Spexarth March Sam Houston State Davidson Niu Adams Robinson Harrison Heimberger Moore Carter Bell March Sam Houston State Davidson Niu Adams Robinson Harrison Heimberger Moore Carter Bell March Boston College Davidson Niu Adams Robinson Harrison Heimberger Moore Carter Bell March Illinois Davidson Niu Adams Robinson Harrison Heimberger Moore Carter Bell March Illinois Davidson Niu Heimberger Robinson Harrison Dorsett Moore Carter Bell March UMass Lowell Adams Niu Heimberger Davidson Harrison Dorsett Robinson Carter Bell March UMass Lowell Adams Niu Heimberger Davidson Harrison Bell Robinson Carter Wilcox March Samford Davidson Niu Adams Robinson Harrison Bell Heimberger Carter Wilcox March Memphis Davidson Niu Adams Robinson Harrison Heimberger Moore Carter Bell March Missouri Davidson Niu Adams Robinson Harrison Heimberger Moore Carter Bell March Missouri Davidson Niu Adams Robinson Harrison Heimberger Moore Carter Bell March Missouri Davidson Niu Adams Robinson Harrison Heimberger Moore Bell Kelly March Central Arkansas Davidson Niu Adams Robinson Harrison Heimberger Moore Carter Bell March Georgia Davidson Niu Adams Robinson Harrison Heimberger Moore Carter Bell March Georgia Davidson Niu Adams Robinson Harrison Heimberger Moore Carter Bell March Georgia Davidson Niu Adams Robinson Harrison Heimberger Moore Carter Bell March Alabama State Adams Niu Heimberger Davidson Harrison Carter Robinson Denis Bell March Arkansas Davidson Niu Adams Robinson Harrison Heimberger Moore Carter Bell March Arkansas Davidson Niu Adams Robinson Harrison Heimberger Moore Bell Spexarth April Arkansas Davidson Niu Adams Robinson Harrison Heimberger Moore Carter Bell April Texas A&M Davidson Niu Adams Robinson Harrison Heimberger Moore Carter Bell April Texas A&M Davidson Niu Adams Robinson Harrison Heimberger Moore Carter Bell April Texas A&M Davidson Niu Adams Robinson Harrison Heimberger Moore Petrey Bell April Alcorn State Adams Niu Williams Robinson Harrison Kelly Heimberger Petrey Davidson April Ole Miss Davidson Niu Adams Petrey Harrison Heimberger Moore Carter Bell April Ole Miss Davidson Niu Adams Petrey Harrison Heimberger Moore Carter Bell April Ole Miss Davidson Niu Adams Williams Harrison Heimberger Moore Carter Bell April Memphis Davidson Niu Heimberger Adams Harrison Carter Moore Sepxarth Bell April Florida Davidson Niu Adams Robinson Harrison Heimberger Moore Carter Bell April Florida Davidson Niu Heimberger Robinson Harrison Carter Moore Spexarth Bell April Florida Davidson Niu Heimberger Robinson Harrison Carter Moore Spexarth Bell April Troy Davidson Niu Adams Robinson Harrison Heimberger Moore Carter Spexarth April South Carolina Davidson Niu Adams Robinson Harrison Heimberger Moore Carter Bell April South Carolina Davidson Niu Adams Robinson Harrison Heimberger Moore Spexarth Bell April South Carolina Davidson Niu Adams Robinson Harrison Heimberger Moore Denis Bell May Tennessee Adams Niu Heimberger Davidson Harrison Robinson Moore Carter Bell May Tennessee Davidson Niu Adams Robinson Harrison Heimberger Moore Carter Bell May Tennessee Adams Niu Heimberger Davidson Harrison Robinson Moore Carter Bell STARTERS BY POSITION P: Knudsen (18), Ward (17),Williams (16), Denis (4) C: Davidson (46), Adams (9) 1B: Niu (54), Bell (1) 2B: Adams (40), Heimberger (14), Williams (1) 3B: Robinson (52), Davidson (8), Adams (2), Petrey (2), Williams (1) SS: Harrison (55) LF: Heimberger (38), Robinson (5), Carter (4), Dorsett (3), Bell (3), Denis (1), Kelly (1) CF: Moore (50), Robinson (3), Heimberger (2) RF: Carter (34), Denis (7), Bell (6), Spexarth (4), Petrey (2), Robinson (1), Heimberger (1) DP: Bell (39), Roberson (8), Wilcox (3), Spexarth (3), Kelly (1), Davidson (1) GAME NOTES 21

22 TEAM RECORDS: GAME BATTING At Bats Auburn LSU LSU Kentucky Georgia State Runs Scored at Jackson State vs Seton Hall at Charleston Southern Arkansas Jackson State at La.-Monroe at Long Beach State at Southeastern La at Southern Miss Arkansas at La.-Monroe UMass Lowell South Carolina Memphis at Hawai i East Tennessee State #15/14 S. Carolina Triples at Alabama A&M Ole Miss at Long Beach State Alabama State at Miss. Valley State Middle Tennessee Home Runs Tennessee Tennessee times Runs Batted In vs Seton Hall at Jackson State Arkansas at Charleston Southern at Georgia State at Southern Miss Total Bases at Long Beach State Columbia at Alabama A&M at La.-Monroe Arkansas Southeastern La vs Seton Hall Miss. Valley State vs Seton Hall Kentucky at UAB Ole Miss Hit By Pitch vs Kentucky vs Memphis at Kennesaw State Texas A&M at LSU Strikeouts LSU at Texas Auburn vs. Minnesota vs UCLA at Georgia South Alabama Sacrifice Flies at Southeastern La vs. Sam Houston St at Arkansas times Sacrifice at Kentucky LSU vs Long Island vs Utah at South Carolina at Arkansas Stolen Bases Northern Kentucky at Miss. Valley State at Samford Troy at Miss. Valley St UAB Stolen Base Attempts Northern Kentucky at Miss. Valley State at Samford Troy at Georgia Southern Ole Miss at Miss. Valley St UAB at Charleston Southern at Jacksonville State at UAB Runners Left on Base Kentucky Tennessee LSU Miss. Valley State vs Nebraska at Jacksonville State vs Pacific PITCHING Innings Pitched Auburn LSU Samford Georgia State LSU Allowed #14/14 Tennessee LSU Missouri at Florida Ole MIss Tennessee Tennessee at Florida Runs Allowed vs Washington at Florida at Arkansas at Florida Tennessee Florida Earned Runs Allowed at Florida at Florida Tennessee vs Washington at Arkansas Texas A&M vs Cal State Northridge at Arkansas Allowed vs Washington at Arkansas LSU Florida at Florida Fewest Allowed times Strikeouts Lipscomb vs SIU-Edwardsville at Jacksonville State Miss. Valley State vs Wichita State Home Runs Allowed Texas A&M Tennessee at Tennessee Eight times Batters Faced LSU Auburn Kentucky LSU vs Florida State FIELDING Auburn LSU Samford Georgia State LSU Auburn LSU Kentucky Samford North Carolina State #25/22 Georgia Tech Total Chances 1, 67...Auburn Kentucky LSU Samford Georgia State LSU Errors vs. Minnesota vs Cal-Berkeley LSU Double Plays Turned at Ole Miss at Troy times MISCELLANEOUS Largest Margin of Victory (23-0). Cal State Fullerton (17-0). at UTSA (16-0). Oklahoma Christian (15-0). at Houston (15-0). USTA Largest Margin of Defeat (0-14). vs UCLA (0-14). vs Arizona (0-11). vs Oklahoma (0-11). at Washington (1-11). at Texas A&M (0-10). Nebraska Most Runs, Combined (W, 23-0).. Cal State Fullerton (W, 13-8)..vs San Jose State (W, 15-6).. Oklahoma (W, 16-4).. at Kansas (W, 11-9).. vs Oregon State (W, 11-9).. vs Oregon GAME NOTES

23 INDIVIDUAL GAME RECORDS BATTING 7... Olivia Golden... vs. Kentucky (5-7-17) Runs Scored 5... Michelle Gates... vs. Alabama State (3-1-97) 5... Twice Last, Julia Echols at Missouri ( ) 3... Jenny Hehnke... vs. Tulsa ( ) Triples 3... Haylee Guess...vs. Ole Miss (4-7-07) Home Runs times Last, Mackenzie Toler at South Carolina (5-2-15) Runs Batted In 7... Twice Last, Hayle Guess vs. Pacific ( ) Total Bases 10.. Twice Last, Jessica Cooley vs. Jackson State ( ) 4... Katie Cooley... vs. LSU ( ) Hit By Pitch 3... Five times Last, Sarai Niu vs, Baylor ( ) Strikeouts 5... Briana Bell... vs. LSU (3-8-13) Sacrifice Flies 2... Calyn Adams.vs. Sam Houston State (3-4-18) Nakita Boyce...at Southern Miss ( ) Michelle Kinney... vs. Arkansas ( ) Katie Cooley... vs. Tennessee State ( ) Sacrifice 3... Melissa Massey... vs. Utah ( ) Stolen Bases 5... Chelsea Bramlett.. vs. Louisiana Monroe (2-8-09) PITCHING Innings Pitched Alison Owen... vs. LSU (3-8-13) Allowed 14...Twice Last, Alexis Silkwood vs. Missouri (4-4-14) Runs Allowed 11.. Three times Last, Holly Ward vs. Florida ( ) Earned Runs Allowed times Last, Regan Green vs. Alabama ( ) Allowed 10.. Lindsey Dunlap... vs. Washington ( ) Strikeouts 16.. Alison Owen....vs. SIU-Edwardsville ( ) Home Runs Allowed 5... Alison Owen...at Tennessee ( ) Wild Pitches 3... Kelsey Nurnberg... vs. Arkansas (5-4-07) Stephanie Becker...vs. Georgetown ( ) FIELDING 20.. Logan Foulks... vs. Lipscomb ( ) 10.. Caroline Seitz..vs. Stephen F. Austin ( ) Errors 4... Jenny Hehnke... vs. Arkansas ( ) Passed Balls times Last, Katie Anne Bailey vs. LSU (4-8-15) GAME NOTES 23

24 INDIVIDUAL GAME RECORDS CAREER NO-HITTERS/PERFECT GAMES LISTING No. Date Pitcher(s) Opponent IP K BB HBP E Score Alicia Judd Alabama State 30-0 (5) Jenny Hehnke* Alabama State 18-0 (5) Jennifer Pursell Massachusetts Kasey Whitehead Belmont 11-0 (5) Melissa Massey Krystal Tillman Melissa Massey Nicholls State 8-0 (5) Kelli Miller Louisiana Tech 9-0 (5) Melissa Massey St. Francis (Pa.) Stephanie Comeaux Jacksonville 8-0 (5) Ragan Blake Alcorn State 9-0 (5) Stephanie Comeaux Arkansas Ragan Blake Southern Miss 8-0 (5) Kylie Vry Stephen F. Austin Stephanie Becker USF Alison Owen Fordham (5) Stephanie Becker Ole Miss (6) Alexis Silkwood Southern Miss (6) Regan Green Mississippi Valley State Holly Ward Cassady Knudsen Alcorn State (5) Cassady Knudsen Alabama State (5) Holly Ward* Mississippi Valley State (5) *perfect game CAREER NO-HITTERS/PERFECT GAMES CHART Mississippi State pitchers have had 20 no-hitters, including two perfect games. Here are the pitchers and the number of no-hit and perfect games in which they participated. Pitcher No-Hitters Perfect Games Cassady Knudsen 2 - Stephanie Becker 2 - Ragan Blake 2 - Stephanie Comeaux 2 - Melissa Massey 2 - Holly Ward 1 1 Jenny Hehnke 1 1 Alexis Silkwood 1 - Regan Green 1 - Alicia Judd 1 - Kelli Miller 1 - Alison Owen 1 - Jennifer Pursell 1 - Krystal Tillman 1 - Kasey Whitehead 1 - Kylie Vry 1-24 GAME NOTES

25 GRAND SLAMS & MISCELLANEOUS STREAKS ALL-TIME GRAND SLAMS Player Opponent Date Michelle Gates Auburn May 7, 1999 Kasey Whitehead Florida State March 4, 2000 Kasey Whitehead Auburn May 1, 2000 Iyhia McMichael Samford Feb. 16, 2003 Iyhia McMichael Alabama April 12, 2003 Brooke Best Florida April 26, 2003 Michelle Kinney LSU March 30, 2005 Lindsey Hunley Seton Hall Feb. 23, 2007 Jessie Bailey Georgia April 21, 2007 Courtney Bures Arkansas May 5, 2007 Hayle Guess Pacific May 18, 2007 Chelsea Bramlett UC-Riverside Feb. 9, 2008 Jessie Bailey Louisiana-Monroe Feb. 7, 2009 Ka ili Smith Oregon State Feb. 20, 2010 Ka ili Smith Georgetown March 13, 2010 Courtney Nesbit Ole Miss March 21, 2010 Jessica Cooley Mississippi Valley State March 24, 2010 Erin Nesbit Mississippi Valley State April 7, 2010 Heidi Shape UNLV Feb. 11, 2011 Brittany Bell South Alabama Feb. 9, 2012 Brittany Bell Louisiana Tech March 2, 2012 Jessica Cooley Samford March 4, 2012 Jessica Cooley Georgia State Feb. 9, 2013 Erin Nesbit Hofstra March 1, 2013 Katie Anne Bailey Georgia State March 12, 2014 Heidi Shape Samford March 26, 2014 Sam Lenahan Arkansas April 26, 2014 Mackenzie Toler Arkansas April 26, 2014 Amanda Ivy Mississippi Valley State Feb. 5, 2015 Amanda Ivy Texas A&M March 14, 2015 Katie Gentle Tennessee April 19, 2015 Morgan Bell Tennessee Tech Feb. 13, 2016 Caroline Seitz Georgia April 14, 2017 Caroline Seitz Georgia April 15, 2017 Morgan Bell Illinois March 9, 2018 Morgan Bell Memphis March 14, 2018 TOP-10 LONGEST WINNING STREAKS Games Dates 16 Feb March 3, Feb March 10, Feb. 7-28, March 21 - April 10, March 2 - March 17, April 10 - May 4, Feb. 8-17, Feb March 8, Feb. 5-26, April 20 - May 13, Feb. 5 - Feb 14, Feb March 6, March 23 - April 1, OR-MORE GAME HITTING STREAKS Games Player Dates 25 Iyhia McMichael March 8 - April 9, Kellie Wilkerson Feb. 6 - March 12, Chelsea Bramlett Feb March 13, Jennifer Nelson March 22 - April 18, Keri McCallum April 17 - May 8, Keri McCallum March 11 - April 1, Keri McCallum May 3, March 11, Kellie Wilkerson April 17 - May 8, Caroline Seitz April 5 - May 7, Iyhia McMichael April 3 - May 8, Mia Davidson Feb. 9 - March 2, Chelsea Bramlett Feb March 15, Nakita Boyce Feb March 17, Keri McCallum March 14 - April 8, Jenny Hehnke March 28 - April 11, 1997 CAREER GRAND SLAMS Player Number 3 Jessica Cooley 3 Morgan Bell 2 Caroline Seitz 2 Amanda Ivy 2 Jessie Bailey 2 Brittany Bell 2 Iyhia McMichael 2 Erin Nesbit 2 Heidi Shape 2 Ka ili Smith 2 Kasey Whitehead 1 Mackenzie Toler 1 Katie Anne Bailey 1 Katie Gentle 1 Brooke Best 1 Chelsea Bramlett 1 Courtney Bures 1 Lindsey Hunley 1 Michelle Gates 1 Hayle Guess 1 Michelle Kinney 1 Sam Lenahan 1 Courtney Nesbit GAME NOTES 25

26 BATTING Batting Average (Min. 50 AB) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) At Bats 1. 1, , , , , Runs Scored Triples Home Runs Runs Batted In Total Bases Slugging Percentage (1522 AB) XX..470 (1457 AB) (1730 AB) (1102 AB) (1695 AB) (1448 AB) TEAM SEASON RECORDS Hit By Pitch On-Base Percentage (1522 AB) (1449 AB) (1660 AB) (1507 AB) (1695 AB) Sacrifice Flies Sacrifice Stolen Bases ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) PITCHING Earned Run Average (257.2 IP) (405.0 IP) (275.1 IP) (406.0 IP) XX (365.1 IP) (380.1 IP) Opponent Batting Average (381.0 IP) XX..212 (365.1 IP) (398.0 IP) (405.0 IP) (393.2 IP) (374.0 IP) Complete Games Shutouts Saves Innings Pitched Fewest Allowed Strikeouts Strikeouts per Seven Innings (381.0 IP) (398.0 IP) XX. 7.48(365.1 IP) (374.0 IP) (376.1 IP) (393.2 IP) FIELDING 1. 1, , , , , Total Chances 1. 2, , , , , Fielding Percentage ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) GAME NOTES

27 BATTING Batting Average (Min. 50 AB) (98-183)...Chelsea Bramlett (88-181)...Chelsea Bramlett (87-183)...Iyhia McMichael (90-200)...Chelsea Bramlett (90-203)...Kellie Wilkerson (78-181)...Kellie Wilkerson (67-157)...Keri McCallum (70-167)...Kellie Wilkerson (80-191)...Kellie Wilkerson ( ).. Keri McCallum Runs Scored Iyhia McMichael Keri McCallum Iyhia McMichael Keri McCallum Chelsea Bramlett Chelsea Bramlett Chelsea Bramlett Kellie Wilkerson Chelsea Bramlett Kellie Wilkerson Keri McCallum Chelsea Bramlett Kellie Wilkerson Chelsea Bramlett Keri McCallum Chelsea Bramlett Iyhia McMichael Chelsea Bramlett Courtney Bures Kellie Wilkerson Keri McCallum Caroline Seitz Jennifer Waterman Kellie Wilkerson Kellie Wilkerson Michelle Gates Iyhia McMichael Courtney Bures Reggie Harrison Caroline Seitz Iyhia McMichael Michelle Gates Michelle Gates Triples Keri McCallum Keri McCallum Keri McCallum Michelle Gates Iyhia McMichael Iyhia McMichael Katie Anne Bailey Melanie Morgan Jennifer Nelson Seven times Home Runs Mia Davidson Iyhia McMichael Courtney Bures Jessica Cooley Kellie Wilkerson Caroline Seitz Kellie Wilkerson Logan Foulks Morgan Bell Ka ili Smith Iyhia McMichael Sam Lenahan Jessica Cooley Sam Lenahan Runs Batted In Kellie Wilkerson Iyhia McMichael Courtney Bures Jennifer Waterman Courtney Bures Ka ili Smith Michelle Gates Iyhia McMichael Kate Jaspers Mia Davidson Courtney Bures SEASON RECORDS Slugging Percentage (183 AB)... Iyhia McMichael (186 AB)... Iyhia McMichael (172 AB)...Mia Davidson (167 AB)... Kellie Wilkerson (209 AB)... Courtney Bures (203 AB)... Kellie Wilkerson (191 AB)... Kellie WIlkerson (184 AB)... Michelle Gates (181 AB)... Kellie Wilkerson (152 AB)... Briana Bell PITCHING ERA (min. 50 IP) Kim Davis (97.2 IP) Cathy Pippins (87.1 IP) Autumn Anderson (275.2 IP) Holly Ward (156.2 IP) Kim Davis (141.1 IP) Vicki Bonar (132.0 IP) Kathleen Tindle (72.2 IP) Emily Williams (52.1 IP) Stephanie Comeaux (155.2 IP) Ragan Blake (192.2 IP) Kellie Wilkerson (74.2 IP) Wins Autumn Anderson (26-13) Jennifer Pursell (26-16) Alexis Silkwood (25-13) Autumn Anderson (23-13) Melissa Massey (22-12) Kasey Whitehead (20-14) Misty Flesher (20-10) Kelli Miller (18-11) Melissa Massey (18-9) Alison Owen (18-12) Stephanie Becker (18-10) Shutouts Autumn Anderson Holly Ward Jennifer Pursell Ragan Blake Misty Flesher Melissa Massey Cassady Knudsen Kelli Miller Autumn Anderson Alicia Judd Kelli Miller Alison Owen Alexis Silkwood Innings Pitched Autumn Anderson Jennifer Pursell Autumn Anderson Kasey Whitehead Lindsey Dunlap Alexis Silkwood Alison Owen Melissa Massey Jennifer Pursell Ragan Blake Strikeouts Alison Owen Autumn Anderson Alison Owen Alexis Silkwood Ragan Blake Alexis Silkwood Stephanie Becker Lindsey Dunlap Autumn Anderson Stephanie Becker Strikeouts per Seven Innings (min. 50 IP) Alison Owen (176.1 IP) Cassady Knudsen (99.0 IP) Alison Owen (198.2 IP) Stephanie Becker (129.0 IP) Emily Williams (52.1 IP) Regan Green (82.0 IP) Alexis Silkwood (153.1 IP) Cassady Knudsen (73.1 IP) Kellie Wilkerson (74.2 IP) Holly Ward (156.2 IP) Lowest Opponent Batting Average (min. 50 IP) Alison Owen(198.2 IP) Cassady Knudsen (73.1 IP) Regan Green (82.0 IP) Autumn Anderson (275.2 IP) Holly Ward (156.2 IP) Kellie Wilkerson (74.2 IP) Alexis Silkwood (153.1 IP) Cassady Knudsen (99.0 IP) Alison Owen (176.1 IP) Stephanie Comeaux (155.2 IP) Consecutive Scoreless Innings Alexis Silkwood. Feb. 7-March 1, Autumn Anderson...May 8-10, Cassady Knudsen... Feb. 9-24, Kellie Wilkerson.Feb. 6-March 27, Jennifer Pursell. April 22-May 11, Kelli Miller...Feb. 9-16, Alison Owen... Feb. 17-March 1, Holly Ward... March9-24, Kelsey Nurnberg...Feb. 8-10, Autumn Anderson. March 24-27, Autumn Anderson... Feb , 1998 FIELDING Sammie Jo Bailey Cheri Smith Cheri Smith Kellie Wilkerson Kate Jaspers Lindsay Hunley Sammie Jo Bailey Nichole Henry Sam Lenahan Ka ili Smith Courtney Bures Karrie Rider Karrie Rider Courtney Bures Jennifer Jessup Michelle Gates Jessie Bailey Jennifer Jessup Michelle Gates Tanelda McDonald Michelle Gates Fielding Percentage (min. 250 total chances) Sam Lenahan ( ) Blair Hewett ( ) Lindsay Hunley ( ) Kate Jaspers ( ) Chelsea Bramlett ( ) Jennifer Waterman ( ) Keri McCallum ( ) Kate Jaspers ( ) Calyn Adams ( ) Ka ili Smith ( ) Chelsea Bramlett ( ) GAME NOTES 27

28 FRESHMAN RUNS Name G R 1. Chelsea Bramlett, Courtney Bures, Kellie Wilkerson, Mia Davidson, Jenny Hehnke, HITS Name G H 1. Kellie Wilkerson, Chelsea Bramlett, Courtney Bures, Jenny Hehnke, Keri McCallum, BATTING AVERAGE Name G H AB BA 1. Kellie Wilkerson, Keri McCallum, Courtney Bures, Mia Davidson, Chelsea Bramlett, DOUBLES Name G 2B 1. Caroline Seitz, Kellie Wilkerson, Courtney Bures, Michelle Gates, Jenny Hehnke, TRIPLES Name G 3B 1. Keri McCallum, Courtney Bures, Caroline Seitz, Erin Nesbit, Ka ili Smith, HOME RUNS Name G HR 1. Mia Davidson, Courtney Bures, Kellie Wilkerson, Caroline Seitz, Sam Lenahan, Sammie Jo Bailey, SLUGGING PERCENTAGE Name G TB AB SLG% 1. Mia Davidson, Courtney Bures, Kellie Wilkerson, Caroline Seitz, Sam Lenahan, STOLEN BASES Name G SB 1. Chelsea Bramlett, Iyhia McMichael, Keri McCallum, Loryn Nichols, Jennifer Jessup, TOTAL BASES Name G TB 1. Courtney Bures, Kellie Wilkerson, Mia Davidson, Caroline Seitz, Michelle Gates, RUNS BATTED IN Name G 1. Kellie Wilkerson, Courtney Bures, Michelle Gates, Mia Davidson, Keri McCallum, BASES ON BALLS Name G BB 1. Kellie Wilkerson, Cheri Smith, Sam Lenahan, Mackenzie Toler, Ka ili Smith, CLASS RECORDS EARNED RUN AVERAGE (Minimum 40 IP) Name ER IP ERA 1. Cathy Pippins, Emily Williams, Kim Davis, Regan Green, Michelle Gates, INNINGS PITCHED Name APP IP 1. Jennifer Pursell, Lindsey Dunlap, Misty Flesher, Michelle Gates, Alexis Silkwood, STRIKEOUTS Name APP IP SO 1. Alexis Silkwood, Lindsey Dunlap, Jennifer Pursell, Misty Flesher, Regan Green, SOPHOMORE RUNS Name G R 1. Chelsea Bramlett, Michelle Gates, Iyhia McMichael, Katie Anne Bailey, Kellie Wilkerson, HITS Name G H 1. Chelsea Bramlett, Kellie Wilkerson, Michelle Gates, Keri McCallum, Caroline Seitz, Courtney Bures, Jenny Hehnke, BATTING AVERAGE Name G H AB BA 1. Chelsea Bramlett, Kellie Wilkerson, Michelle Gates, Jenny Hehnke, Keri McCallum, DOUBLES Name G 2B 1. Caroline Seitz, Iyhia McMichael, Michelle Gates, Kellie Wilkerson, Krystal Tillman, TRIPLES Name G 3B 1. Michelle Gates, Katie Anne Bailey, Iyhia McMichael, Courtney Bures, Keri McCallum, HOME RUNS Name G HR 1. Caroline Seitz, Ka ili Smith, Briana Bell, Katie Cooley, Kellie Wilkerson, SLUGGING PERCENTAGE Name G TB AB SLG% 1. Michelle Gates, Kellie Wilkerson, Caroline Seitz, Ka ili Smith, Katie Anne Bailey, STOLEN BASES Name G SB 1. Chelsea Bramlett, Iyhia McMichael, Bevia Robinson, Michelle Gates, Hayle Guess, TOTAL BASES Name G TB 1. Michelle Gates, Caroline Seitz, Kellie Wilkerson, Iyhia McMichael, Chelsea Bramlett, RUNS BATTED IN Name G 1. Caroline Seitz, Ka ili Smith, Iyhia McMichael, Kellie Wilkerson, Mackenzie Toler, Amanda Ivy, BASES ON BALLS Name G BB 1. Kellie Wilkerson, Iyhia McMichael, Katie Cooley, Bevia Robinson, Kate Jaspers, EARNED RUN AVERAGE (Minimum 40 IP) Name ER IP ERA 1. Kim Davis, Ragan Blake, Regan Green, Jennifer Pursell, Kelli Miller, INNINGS PITCHED Name APP IP 1. Alexis Silkwood, Melissa Massey, Jennifer Pursell, Ragan Blake, Stephanie Comeaux, STRIKEOUTS Name APP IP SO 1. Alexis Silkwood, Ragan Blake, Jennifer Pursell, Stephanie Comeaux, JUNIOR RUNS Name G R 1. Iyhia McMichael, Keri McCallum, Chelsea Bramlett, Kellie Wilkerson, Hayle Guess, HITS Name G H 1. Chelsea Bramlett, Keri McCallum, Iyhia McMichael, Kellie Wilkerson, Jenny Hehnke, BATTING AVERAGE Name G H AB BA 1. Chelsea Bramlett, Kellie Wilkerson, Iyhia McMichael, Keri McCallum, Jennifer Waterman, DOUBLES Name G 2B 1. Keri McCallum, Jennifer Waterman, Reggie Harrison, Michelle Gates, Courtney Bures, TRIPLES Name G 3B 1. Keri McCallum, Melanie Morgan, Nakita Boyce, Kate Jaspers, Iyhia McMichael, Meg Hartnett, GAME NOTES

29 HOME RUNS Name G HR 1. Iyhia McMichael, Jessica Cooley, Kellie Wilkerson, Logan Foulks, Sam Lenahan, CLASS RECORDS BATTING AVERAGE Name G H AB BA 1. Chelsea Bramlett, Iyhia McMichael, Kellie Wilkerson, Keri McCallum, Courtney Bures, STRIKEOUTS Name APP IP SO 1. Alison Owen, Autumn Anderson, Stephanie Becker, Holly Ward, Cassady Knudsen, SLUGGING PERCENTAGE Name G TB AB SLG% 1. Iyhia McMichael, Kellie Wilkerson, Sam Lenahan, Melanie Morgan, Jessica Cooley, STOLEN BASES Name G SB 1. Chelsea Bramlett, Iyhia McMichael, Kellie Wilkerson, Loryn Nichols, Kayla Winkfield, TOTAL BASES Name G TB 1. Iyhia McMichael, Keri McCallum, Kellie Wilkerson, Logan Foulks, Chelsea Bramlett, RUNS BATTED IN Name G 1. Iyhia McMichael, Courtney Bures, Jessica Cooley, Sam Lenahan, Michelle Gates, BASES ON BALLS Name G BB 1. Sam Lenahan, Kellie Wilkerson, Iyhia McMichael, Katie Cooley, Mackenzie Toler, EARNED RUN AVERAGE (Minimum 40 IP) Name ER IP ERA 1. Autumn Anderson, Stephanie Comeaux, Alison Owen, Alicia Judd, Cassady Knudsen, INNINGS PITCHED Name APP IP 1. Autumn Anderson, Alison Owen, Stephanie Becker, Melissa Massey, Kelsey Nurnberg, STRIKEOUTS Name APP IP SO 1. Alison Owen, Autumn Anderson, Stephanie Becker, Kylie Vry, Melissa Massey, SENIOR RUNS Name G R 1. Iyhia McMichael, Keri McCallum, Chelsea Bramlett, Kellie Wilkerson, Ali Bainbridge, HITS Name G H 1. Keri McCallum, Chelsea Bramlett, Iyhia McMichael, Courtney Bures, Kate Jaspers, DOUBLES Name G 2B 1. Kellie Wilkerson, Iyhia McMichael, Courtney Bures, Courtney Nesbit, Chelsea Raines, TRIPLES Name G 3B 1. Keri McCallum, Iyhia McMichael, Jennifer Nelson, Kayla Winkfield, Chelsea Bramlett, HOME RUNS Name G HR 1. Morgan Bell, Sam Lenahan, Jessica Cooley, Iyhia McMichael, Caroline Seitz, Julia Echols, Brittany Bell, Kellie Wilkerson, SLUGGING PERCENTAGE Name G TB AB SLG% 1. Iyhia McMichael, Kellie Wilkerson, Brittany Bell, Chelsea Bramlett, Kerri McCallum, STOLEN BASES Name G SB 1. Chelsea Bramlett, Iyhia McMichael, Keri McCallum, Nakita Boyce, Ali Bainbridge, Michelle Gates, TOTAL BASES Name G TB 1. Iyhia McMichael, Keri McCallum, Kellie Wilkerson, Chelsea Bramlett, Courtney Bures, RUNS BATTED IN Name G 1. Jennifer Waterman, Kate Jaspers, Courtney Bures, Caroline Seitz, Sam Lenahan, Karrie Rider, BASES ON BALLS Name G BB 1. Iyhia McMichael, Kellie Wilkerson, Ka ili Smith, Heidi Shape, Ali Bainbridge, EARNED RUN AVERAGE (Minimum 40 IP) Name ER IP ERA 1. Holly Ward, Vicki Bonar, Alicia Judd, Sara Hickerson, Kelli Miller, INNINGS PITCHED Name APP IP 1. Autumn Anderson, Kasey Whitehead, Alison Owen, Kelli Miller, Alexis Silkwood, GAME NOTES 29

30 30 BATTING Batting Average (min. 200 AB) ( )..... Chelsea Bramlett ( )...Kellie Wilkerson ( )...Keri McCallum ( )...Iyhia McMichael ( )...Courtney Bures ( )...Jenny Hehnke ( )...Ka ili Smith ( )...Michelle Gates ( )...Caroline Seitz ( )...Jennifer Nelson Runs Scored Chelsea Bramlett Iyhia McMichael Kellie Wilkerson Keri McCallum Courtney Bures Hayle Guess Briana Bell Michelle Gates Ka ili Smith Ali Bainbridge Chelsea Bramlett Keri McCallum Kellie Wilkerson Iyhia McMichael Courtney Bures Jenny Hehnke Michelle Gates Caroline Seitz Hayle Guess Ka ili Smith Kellie Wilkerson Michelle Gates Caroline Seitz Courtney Bures Iyhia McMichael Keri McCallum Ali Bainbridge Sam Lenahan Jennifer Waterman Jenny Hehnke Triples Keri McCallum Iyhia McMichael Michelle Gates Courtney Bures Hayle Guess Katie Anne Bailey Nakita Boyce Chelsea Bramlett Kayla Winkfield Jennifer Nelson Meg Hartnett Melanie Morgan Home Runs Kellie Wilkerson Caroline Seitz Iyhia McMichael Courtney Bures Sam Lenahan Jessica Cooley Briana Bell Logan Foulks Mia Davidson Pr Hayle Guess Ka ili Smith Runs Batted In Courtney Bures Iyhia McMichael Kellie Wilkerson Caroline Seitz Michelle Gates Sam Lenahan Ka ili Smith Jennifer Waterman Briana Bell Hayle Guess Slugging Percentage Kellie Wilkerson (742 AB) Iyhia McMichael (765 AB) Courtney Bures (755 AB) Keri McCallum (818 AB) Caroline Seitz (733 AB) Logan Foulks (349 AB) Chelsea Bramlett (779 AB) Michelle Gates (767 AB) Sam Lenahan (613 AB) Reggie Harrison (317 AB) Pr Ka;ili Smith (649 AB) CAREER RECORDS Hit By Pitch Briana Bell Heidi Shape Sarai Niu Pr Julia Echols Keri McCallum Courtney Bures Calyn Adams Pr Ali Bainbridge Sam Lenahan Reggie Harrison Pr. On Base Percentage (min. 200 AB) Kellie Wilkerson (742 AB) Chelsea Bramlett (779 AB) Iyhia McMichael (765 AB) Courtney Bures (755 AB) Mackenzie Toler (393 AB) Ka ili Smith (649 AB) Keri McCallum (818 AB) Sam Lenahan (613 AB) Reggie Harrison (317 AB) Pr Briana Bell (671 AB) PITCHING ERA (min. 135 IP) Kim Davis (239.0 IP) Autumn Anderson (529.2 IP) Kellie Wilkerson (208.0 IP) Vicki Bonar (257.0 IP) Michelle Gates (176.0 IP) Alicia Judd (272.2 IP) Jennifer Pursell (454.2 IP) Ragan Blake (259.2 IP) Kelli Miller (454.2 IP) Wins Alexis Silkwood (59-45) Melissa Massey (55-41) Autumn Anderson (49-26) Kelli Miller (45-34) Misty Flesher (44-27) Jennifer Pursell (42-29) Stephanie Becker (38-36) Stephanie Comeaux (38-30) Holly Ward (36-28) Pr Alison Owen (35-25) Kelsey Nurnberg (35-26) Saves Kellie Wilkerson Sara Hickerson Alexis Silkwood Lindsey Dunlap Holly Ward Pr Ragan Blake Jennifer Pursell Misty Flesher Kylie Vry Alison Owen Inning Pitched Alexis Silkwood Melissa Massey Autumn Anderson Stephanie Becker Kelli Miller Jennifer Pursell Holly Ward Pr Mistry Flesher Stephanie Comeaux Kelsey Nurnberg Shutouts Melissa Massey Kelli Miller Alexis Silkwood Autumn Anderson Holly Ward Pr Jennifer Pursell Alicia Judd Alison Owen Kim Davis Cassady Knudsen Pr Ragan Blake Kylie Vry Strikeouts Alexis Silkwood Alison Owen Stephanie Becker Autumn Anderson Holly Ward Pr Melissa Massey Lindsey Dunlap Kylie Vry Stephanie Comeaux Cassady Knudsen Pr. GAME NOTES Solo No-Hitters Cassady Knudsen Pr Stephanie Becker Stephanie Comeaux Ragan Blake Melissa Massey Holly Ward Pr Alexis Silkwood Alison Owen Kylie Vry Kelli Miller Jennifer Pursell Jenny Hehnke Alicia Judd Strikeouts per Seven Innings (min. 135 IP) Alison Owen (375.0 IP) Cassady Knudsen (254.2 IP) Pr Ragan Blake (259.2 IP) Stephanie Becker (511.1 IP) Lindsey Dunlap (346.1 IP) Kellie Wilkerson (208.0 IP) Alexis Silkwood (665.0 IP) Kylie Vry (352.2 IP) Holly Ward (438.0 IP) Pr Autumn Anderson (529.2 IP) Fewest per Seven Innings (min. 135 IP) Alison Owen (375.0 IP) Autumn Anderson (529.2 IP) Michelle Gates (176.0 IP) Jennifer Pursell (454.2 IP) Kelli Miller (454.2 IP) Ragan Blake (259.2 IP) Kelsey Nurnberg (404.2 IP) Kim Davis (239.0 IP) Alicia Judd (272.2 IP) Kasey Whitehead (384.0 IP) Opponent Batting Average Alison Owen Kellie Wilkerson Autumn Anderson Cassady Knudsen Pr Ragan Blake Holly Ward Pr Alexis Silkwood Jennifer Pursell Lindsey Dunlap Stephanie Comeaux FIELDING 1. 1, Cheri Smith , Sammie Jo Bailey , Kate Jaspers , Sam Lenahan Chelsea Bramlett Sarai Niu Pr Jennifer Waterman Nichole Henry Blair Hewett Lindsay Hunley Courtney Bures Karrie Rider Michelle Gates Jennifer Jessup Caroline Seitz Jessie Bailey Callye Williams Tanelda McDonald Jenny Hehnke Ali Bainbridge Fielding Percentage (min. 50 total chances) Lindsay Hunley ( ) Morgan Bell ( ) Pr Jennifer Waterman ( ) Kate Jaspers ( ) Courtney Nesbit ( ) Amanda Ivy ( ) Ka ili Smith ( ) Sam Lenahan ( ) Sammie Jo Bailey ( ) Sarai Niu ( ) Pr Kellie Wilkerson ( ) Cheri Smith ( )

31 VANN STUEDEMAN Head Coach Seventh Overall Record: SEC Record: Since being hired as the Mississippi State softball head coach on Thursday, June 23, 2011, Vann Stuedeman has invigorated the Bulldog program. In six seasons, the Vestavia Hills, Ala., native has led the squad to five NCAA Tournament appearances and 33 or more wins in five of her six campaigns. In her most recent season, Stuedeman led the Bulldogs back to postseason contention, as State reeled off 36 wins and made their way to the Salt Lake City Regional, marking a fifth NCAA Tournament appearance in the last six years and the 13th in school history. That stretch marked the best since going seven out of eight years from The Bulldogs found tremendous success in the SEC, which sent every team to the NCAA Tournament in 2017, the most ever sent by one conference. Under Stuedeman s leadership, the Dogs reeled off four SEC series wins in the last five weekends, including defeating No. 16 Kentucky, No. 19 Georgia and No. 24 Arkansas. MSU s four SEC series wins were the most since 2012, Stuedeman s first year with the Maroon and White, while its nine ranked wins tied for the most in school history (2004). She also became the only coach in school history to record at least one ranked win in every season of their tenure. One of the many highlights of the 2017 campaign came from Feb. 17 March 10, as the Bulldogs reeled off 16-straight victories to tie a school record. That record was first set in 2006, from Feb. 10 March 3. Along with one of the most impressive winning streaks in school history was the continued success of drawing fans to one of the best collegiate softball parks in all of America. A total of 2,946 fans made their way to Nusz Park for MSU s first home weekend of SEC play, marking the largest such crowd in school history. State also drew 1,413 for the Saturday game against South Carolina for 2017 Super Bulldog Weekend, marking the third-largest SBW crowd in school history. THE STUEDEMAN FILE Personal: Hometown: Vestavia Hills, Ala. High School: Vestavia Hills HS Undergraduate: Huntingdon College, 1994 Degree: Bachelor of Accounting Graduate: West Alabama, 1996 Degree: M.A. in Elementary Education Coaching Career: Head Coach, Mississippi State, 2011-Present Assistant Coach, Alabama, Head Coach, East Limestone High School, Assistant Coach, Alabama-Huntsville, Graduate Assistant, West Alabama, Mississippi State Coaching Highlights: - Five NCAA Regional appearances ( ; 2017) - Three National Pro Fastpitch Draft Selections Easton Team of the Year - One Easton All-America selection (Sam Lenahan, 2013) - Two USA Softball National Players of the Week - One Louisville Slugger NFCA Player of the Week (Caroline Seitz, April 18, 2017) - 11 NFCA All-South Region honorees - One All-SEC selection (Caroline Seitz, 2017) - One All-SEC Defensive Team honoree (Amanda Ivy, 2017) - Three All-SEC Freshmen - Seven SEC Pitchers of the Week - Three SEC Players of the Week - 73 SEC All-Academic Team selections - 19 SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll picks At season s end, MSU had drawn two of the program s top 15 largest crowds in school history during the 2017 campaign. That gives Stuedeman 12 of the program s top 15 crowds during her six years at the helm, including the top three crowds. Individually, the Bulldogs had a number of standouts that led them back to the postseason, led by All-SEC First Team honoree Caroline Seitz. Seitz capped her career with the Maroon and White by becoming the 19th in school history and first since Chelsea Bramlett in 2010 to earn the honor. The Birmingham, Ala., native, who also was named NFCA All-South Region Second Team, blew up in the second half of the conference season. After struggling to start, Stuedeman s star third baseman tore through the SEC slate, finishing the year leading the conference with seven home runs, 28, a.724 slugging percentage and 55 total bases, while finishing top 10 with a.368 clip, 28 hits and six doubles. Her hot streak began during MSU s road series win at No. 19 Georgia, where she went 7-for-10 (.700) with 14, four home runs (two grand slams), four runs scored, a scorching slugging percentage and a.667 OBP. She became the first player in school history to hit four home runs in an SEC weekend series and the first to hit a grand slam in back-to-back games. For her efforts, Seitz was named SEC, Louisville Slugger NFCA and USA Softball Player of the Week honors. She became the second player in school history to win all three in the same week, joining former Bulldog All-American Iyhia McMichael (2004). From the circle, the Dogs were led by senior Alexis Silkwood, who finished her career as MSU s all-time leader in wins (59), strikeouts (552), complete games (50), innings pitched (665.0) and appearances (145). The NFCA All-South Region Second Team honoree became the first Bulldog in history to record 600-plus innings pitched and 500-plus strikeouts for her career. She also finished her career second in starts (96), third in saves (9) and tied for third in shutouts (13). Along with her 15 wins and 108 strikeouts, Stuedeman helped Silkwood become one of the nation s top closers in 2017, as she recorded five saves (1st in SEC, 8th in NCAA). Her five saves tied her for sixth on the MSU single-season list. Silkwood also became the 13th Bulldog in school history to reach the pro level, as she was selected in the fifth round (24th pick) by the Akron Racers in the 2017 NPF Draft. She is the third Bulldog to be selected in the NPF Draft since Stuedeman arrived in 2012, joining Alison Owen (2014) and Kayla Winkfield (2016). Rounding out the individual honors was center fielder Amanda Ivy, who reeled off one highlight play after another in the outfield to earn All-SEC Defensive Team honors. Stuedeman s fifth season at the helm saw the Bulldogs capture 26 total wins and climb as high as 23rd in the ESPN.com/USA Softball Top 25. Stuedeman s club took on the thirdtoughest schedule in the nation, which featured five of its eight conference series coming against 2015 Women s College World Series participants, while two others came against 2015 NCAA Super Regional participants. They played a total of 23 games against Top 5 opponents and 16 against 2015 WCWS teams. Despite some struggles, the team still showcased extreme grit and toughness while playing in the toughest conference in the NCAA, as the SEC finished 2016 with the highest RPI among conference teams. With a total of 10 come-from-behind victories, Stuedeman maintains GAME NOTES 31

32 a reputation of fielding programs that fight until the final out. On her career, Stuedeman has 60 comeback victories. Her squads also continued to dominate late in games, as MSU finished 2016 with a 19-3 record when leading after five innings and a 19-2 mark when up after six. Stuedeman s teams have been nearly flawless when holding the lead late in games, going after five and after six for her career. Behind the play of senior Kayla Winkfield, a 2016 NPF draftee who led the SEC and stood ninth in the NCAA with six triples, the Bulldogs offense churned out 0.21 triples per game, finishing fourth in the SEC. The 2016 Bulldogs tallied 15 sacrifice flies, which tied for fourth-most in program history. They also held true to the We Don t Move mantra brought by the coaching staff, tallying 60 hit by pitches, which is third in the school record books. Success continued for Stuedeman s pitching staff in 2016, as State tallied 305 strikeouts. The total finished fifth in school history, as did MSU s 5.41 strikeouts per seven innings average. In 2015, Stuedeman led MSU to its fourth-straight NCAA Tournament appearance with 36 wins, marking just the second time in program history that had been accomplished ( ). The Bulldogs carried a never-say-die attitude with them in 2015 as they recorded 15 come-from-behind wins to give Stuedeman a total of 50 comeback wins over her first four seasons in Starkville. Three Bulldogs were named to the NFCA All-South Region team in 2015, tying a season-best in the Stuedeman era that was set in Alexis Silkwood tallied SEC Pitcher of the Week honors in back-to-back weeks (March 30 and April 6). The two SEC Pitcher of the Week awards marked the third-straight year with such an honoree, the longest stretch for the program since Prior to Stuedeman taking over the program in 2012, MSU had seven total SEC Pitcher of the Week honors. In the five-year Stuedeman era, the Bulldogs have won seven. The 2014 Bulldogs four total SEC weekly honors are tied with the 2008 and 2004 squads for the second most in program history. Stuedeman s 2014 edition really took off, earning a program third-best 39 victories and an MSU secondbest eight wins against ranked opponents. The Bulldogs made three-straight NCAA trips for the first time since and had three consecutive 30- win seasons for the first time since Included in the spring of 2014 s 39 victories were three-straight victories against top-five clubs with back-to-back wins against No. 3/2 Alabama on April and a 2-0 triumph at No. 4/4 Tennessee on April 18. It was the first time the Bulldogs had won three consecutive games against ranked foes since taking seven straight from April 9-May 13, 2004, and the first time ever winning three straight against top-five opponents. During the campaign, Stuedeman guided her squad to four wins versus top-five opponents in the National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) poll. Entering the year, the Bulldogs had won five games in program history versus top-five opponents. Stuedeman s 2014 team also earned three-straight Southeastern Conference series wins for the first time since April 6-21, The club started off on fire, winning 15-straight games, one game shy of the longest season-opening victory streak in program history. Individually, Stuedeman helped Caroline Seitz to selections as a Top 25 Finalist for the inaugural NFCA Freshman of the Year Award and NFCA All- South Region First Team honors. Seitz became the sixth freshman in program history to earn all-region honors, the initial under Stuedeman and the first since Ka ili Smith in Seitz was joined by Alexis Silkwood on the SEC All- Freshman Team. The two selections are tied for the most in a year in MSU history. Silkwood used Stuedeman s guidance in the pitching circle to turn in one of the most successful rookie campaigns in program history. Silkwood set the MSU freshman record for strikeouts in a season with 167 and set the rookie single-game record with 13 whiffs against Texas Southern in the NCAA Tournament. Following two impressive outings at No. 4/4 Tennessee, Silkwood was named the April 21 SEC Pitcher of the Week as well as the Feb. 17 and March 3 SEC Freshman of the Week. Alison Owen was also tabbed as the April 14 SEC Pitcher of the Week. After becoming the winningest first-year head coach in school history (.579/33-24 record) in 2012, Stuedeman followed up with another campaign and a second-straight NCAA Tournament bid in The 2013 Bulldogs were named an Easton Team of the Year, joining Women s College World Series participants Florida and Texas. During 2013, Owen s first year on the active roster, she became the first pitcher in school history to receive SEC Pitcher of the Week honors in consecutive weeks, earning the nods on Feb. 25 and March 4. Owen established the singlegame Mississippi State record for strikeouts with 16 against SIU-Edwardsville on Feb. 24 and was selected as the March 5 CollegeSportsMadness.com National Pitcher of the Week. Stuedeman guided the pitching staff to a pair of nohitters in 2013, the most by the program in a year since tossing four in Offensively, Stuedeman s aggressive approach helped the team tie the program record for stolen bases per game with 2.00 and total the second-most swipes in a campaign in MSU history with 114. The approach at the plate translated into a programrecord 51 home runs, besting the previous mark by four. Stuedeman helped Owen earn a spot on the NFCA All-South Region Second Team at the end of the year. Owen was joined on the squad by Logan Foulks and Sam Lenahan. It was only the fourth time in program history having three or more selections. The pitching development and philosophies Stuedeman brought from the University of Alabama, where she was known as a pitching genius in 11 years as the Crimson Tide pitching coach, paid huge dividends during her initial season. She took a school record-high 4.90 earned-run average from 2011 and with the same group of five pitchers, cut the ERA to 2.88 in Stuedeman also helped the pitching staff improve from 2011 to 2012 in: wins (24 to 33), complete games (12 to 20), no-hitters (zero to one), hits allowed (435 to 310), runs allowed (313 to 194), strikeouts (242 to 358), home runs allowed (50 to 27) and opponent batting average (.300 to.224). Individually, Stuedeman coached Stephanie Becker to a career year. Against eventual Women s College World Series participant South Florida, Stuedeman called her 24th career no-hitter. Later in the year, Becker became the first Bulldog pitcher since Stephanie Comeaux in 2006 to be named SEC Pitcher of the Week after picking up three conference victories in a series sweep versus Kentucky. Stuedeman also focused heavily on improving the defense. She succeeded, increasing the Bulldogs fielding percentage from 2011 to 2012 by nine points (.954 to.963). Her staff gave up 154 earned runs in 2012, almost 100 fewer than the previous spring. In 2012, Stuedeman took MSU to its first NCAA Tournament since 2009, she became one of only two first-time head coaches to make the field of 64. With 33 overall wins, Stuedeman guided MSU to its first 30-win season since 2008, despite having the fourth-toughest strength of schedule in the nation. Fully buying into Stuedeman s system paid dividends at the end of the year, when the Bulldogs won 14 of their last 20 contests, including a 12-game winning streak from April 10 - May 4, Prior to the NCAA Tournament, Stuedeman led the Bulldogs to their 12th Southeastern Conference Tournament berth with 12 SEC wins, the most for MSU since For the first time since 2001, MSU swept back-to-back three-game series and won six consecutive conference games. Outside the SEC, Stuedeman was dominant. Mississippi State won 21 non-conference games and recorded 13-straight non-conference triumphs. It was the longest streak since a school-record 16-consecutive contests to begin the 2006 season. On the road, the 2012 Bulldogs broke the school record for true road wins in a season with number 13 coming at Auburn on May 4, The eight SEC road wins were the most for the Bulldogs since eight in Within Mississippi, Stuedeman has shined brightest. Stuedeman has only dropped two games to in-state foes during her tenure, while winning seven of her nine meetings with Ole Miss. One of the key principles under Stuedeman has been having success in the late innings. The 2012 club outscored opponents after the fifth. State went 9-7 in one-run games, its best winning percentage in one-run games since The Bulldogs were unbeaten when leading late during the year, finishing 21-0 when ahead after the fifth inning. Offensively in her first year, Stuedeman oversaw a lineup that set a then-school record for singleseason walks (202), while finishing in the top 10 in runs, home runs, slugging percentage and stolen bases. Stuedeman coached MSU s first SEC Player of the Week since 2010, two SEC Players of the Week in the same season for the first time since 2004 and MSU s second National Player of the Week. Prior to her arrival in Starkville, Stuedeman helped Alabama claim three SEC regular-season titles en route to reaching the Women s College World Series six times. As an assistant coach since 2001, Stuedeman helped the Crimson Tide go from (.794), including a sparkling record inside the SEC. Stuedeman anchored a staff that had an ERA under 2.00 in eight of her 11 campaigns, struck out an average of 485 batters per season and held opponents scoreless in 221 games. The 2011 staff 32 GAME NOTES

33 led the SEC in ERA, giving Stuedeman s staff a top-20 ERA nationally in five of the previous six seasons before she left Alabama. Stuedeman coached six All-American pitchers with 11 All-America and All-SEC honors while in Tuscaloosa. Under her instruction, Tide pitchers registered 23 nohitters, including three perfect games. Three times Stuedeman coached the SEC Pitcher of the Year, while racking up 19 SEC Pitcher of the Week honors. She also coached two SEC Freshman of the Year and one SEC Tournament Most Valuable Player. In 2011, Stuedeman tutored the pitching staff to a 1.69 ERA, a record and third-place finish at the Women s College World Series. The staff included a pair of All-American pitchers in Kelsi Dunne and Jackie Traina. Dunne, a volunteer assistant coach at Mississippi State in 2012, capped her career with a 29-5 record and a 1.42 ERA. The right-hander struck out 331 batters and held opponents to a school-record.146 average. Dunne also tossed three no-hitters and posted 11 shutouts. Traina went 19-5 with a 1.70 ERA, adding 190 strikeouts in innings with two no-hitters, three shutouts and four saves. Prior to joining Alabama, Stuedeman coached at West Alabama, Alabama-Huntsville and East Limestone High School. The Birmingham, Ala., area native graduated in 1994 from Huntingdon College, where she helped the Hawks to two third-place finishes at the national tournament (1992 and 1994). The 1994 All-American was inducted into her alma mater s Hall of Fame on Oct. 8, Stuedeman served as a graduate assistant at the University of West Alabama from while earning her master s degree in elementary education, helping lead the team to the Gulf South Conference championship in 1995 while the team s head coach was away from the team on maternity leave. The championship and winning season was the first in the 90s for the West Alabama program. After spending two seasons at UWA, Stuedeman went to the University of Alabama-Huntsville for three years as an assistant for her sister, Les Stuedeman, and worked with pitchers and outfielders. During her stint, the UAH pitching staff ranked in the top five in Division II in ERA. She helped lead the program to two Gulf South Conference championships, three NCAA Regional appearances and a trip to the 1999 Division II National Tournament. She was also part of the staff that was named South Region Coaching Staff of the Year in She then accepted the head coaching position at East Limestone High School, in Athens, Ala., where she led the team to its first winning season since STUEDEMAN S LAST 17 SEASONS AS A COLLEGIATE COACH Year Record Winning % SEC Winning % Finish NCAA Tournament nd 2-2 at Regional nd 0-2 at Regional nd 4-0 at Regional, 0-2 at WCWS th 3-2 at Regional nd 3-0 at Regional, 2-0 at SR, 1-2 at WCWS st 3-0 at Regional, 2-0 at SR, 0-2 at WCWS rd 4-1 at Regional, 0-2 at SR nd 3-0 at Regional, 2-0 at SR, 2-2 at WCWS nd 3-0 at Regional, 2-0 at SR, 2-2 at WCWS st 3-0 at Regional, 1-2 at SR st 3-0 at Regional, 2-1 at SR, 2-2 at WCWS T-7th 0-2 at Regional th 1-2 at Regional th 1-2 at Regional th 1-2 at Regional th N/A th 0-2 at Regional TOTALS Appearances (6 WCWS), (.604) NFCA ALL-AMERICAN PITCHERS UNDER STUEDEMAN Name Year Team W-L ERA K Shelley Laird 2001 Second Stephanie VanBrakle 2005 Second Stephanie VanBrakle 2006 Second Chrissy Owens 2007 Third Kelsi Dunne 2008 Third Charlotte Morgan 2008 First Kelsi Dunne 2009 First Charlotte Morgan 2009 First Kelsi Dunne 2010 Third Kelsi Dunne 2011 First Jackie Traina 2011 First GAME NOTES 33

34 STUEDEMAN S CAREER CAPSULE SEC SEC Year Record Record Finish Accomplishments th Returned to postseason contention with fifth NCAA Tournament appearance in the last six years; Earned 36 wins and earned four SEC series wins over the last five weekends, including defeating No. 16 Kentucky, No. 19 Georgia and No. 24 Arkansas; It was the most SEC series wins since 2012; Played 26 ranked opponents and earned nine wins; The nine wins over ranked opponents ties for the most in school history; Earned a total of 10 SEC victories to finish ninth in the league, its highest finish under Coach Stuedeman; Reeled off 16 straight wins to tie the school record that was set in 2006; Set an attendance record with 2,946 fans over MSU s SEC opening weekend; Finished the season ranked 33rd in the RPI; Finished 28th nationally with a 2.15 ERA; Senior Alexis Silkwood became the 13th Bulldog in program history to be taken in the NPF Draft, going to the Akron Racers as the 24th pick; Silkwood left MSU as the career leader in wins, strikeouts, complete games, innings pitched and appearances; She led the SEC and ranked eighth nationally with five saves; Caroline Seitz earned All-SEC First Team honors, becoming the 19th student-athlete in school history and the first since 2010 to win the laurel; Seitz earned SEC, Louisville Slugger NFCA and USA Softball Player of the Week honors on April 18 to become the second player in school history and the first since 2004 to win all three honors in the same week; Amanda Ivy was honored with SEC All-Defensive Team accolades; Seitz and Silkwood both earned NFCA All-South Region Second Team honors th Earned 26 total wins while taking on the third-toughest schedule in the nation, as five of their eight SEC series came against teams that participated in the 2015 Women s College World Series; Finished the season ranked 39th in the RPI; Played 23 contests against Top 25 opponents; Earned three victories against Top 25 opponents, including wins against No. 3 Auburn and No. 11 LSU, both who went on to play in the 2016 WCWS; Program finished fourth in the SEC and 53rd nationally with 0.21 triples per game; Senior Kayla Winkfield became the 12th Bulldog in program history to be taken in the NPF Draft, going to the Pennsylvania Rebellion with the 35th pick; Winkfield also finished the season leading the SEC and standing sixth in the nation with six triples; Sophomore Sarai Niu topped the SEC and stood 11th nationally with 0.40 hit by pitches per game th Produced a fourth-straight bid to the NCAA Tournament, tied for the second longest stretch since ; In Program history, MSU has appeared in 12 NCAA Tournaments in 16 seasons, the third most in the SEC; Recorded 36 wins, tied for the top five in program history; faced 22 ranked opponents with 8 wins, including a win over the number one ranked team, LSU; Claimed a new program attendance record; Set the school record for batting average with.318( ); owns the top spot in program history for home runs with 52; set the record for slugging percentage with.503; shattered program history for on-base percentage with.416; Caroline Seitz placed third in program history for slugging percentage with.614; Alexis Silkwood was named SEC Pitcher of the Week two times; Julia Echols was named to the Capital One Academic All- America; Julia Echols, Alexis Silkwood and Mackenzie Toler were all named to the South All- Region Team th Qualified for third-straight NCAA Tournament, the longest streak for the program since ; earned NCAA Tournament win for second-straight year with triumph over Texas Southern; 39 victories tied for the third most in program history; claimed eight wins versus ranked opponents, tied for the second most in a year; started the year with a 15-game winning streak, second-longest year-opening stretch in program history; Caroline Seitz and Alexis Silkwood were named to the SEC All-Freshman Team; Seitz was a Top 25 Finalist for the inaugural NFCA Freshman of the Year Award; Seitz selected as an NFCA All-South First Team member, the sixth freshman in program history to receive all-region accolades; Bulldogs received four SEC weekly honors, tied with the 2008 and 2004 squads for the second most in program history th Earned first NCAA Tournament win since 2008 with 2-1 victory against Mississippi Valley State; recorded consecutive years of 30 or more wins for the first time since ; named one of three Easton Teams of the Year, joining Women s College World Series participants Florida and Texas; Sam Lenahan named Easton Second Team All-American, becoming the first Bulldog with Easton All-America accolades since 2001; Logan Foulks, Lenahan and Alison Owen receive National Fastpitch Coaches Association All-South Region Second Team honors, the most selections on the team since 2009; Owen named the College Sports Madness National Pitcher of the Week for March 5, becoming the third player in program history to earn a national weekly honor th Took MSU to first NCAA Tournament appearance since 2009; first 30-win season for the Bulldogs since 2008; swept back-to-back three-game series (at Ole Miss and versus Kentucky) for the first time since March of 2011; won 13-straight non-conference games, the longest such streak since 16 in 2006; Jessica Cooley named SEC Player of the Week on March 5, the first Bulldog to receive the honor since 2010; Stephanie Becker threw the 13th no-hitter in program history on Feb. 24; Ka ili Smith and Sam Lenahan earned NFCA All-South Region First Team selections. COACHING RECORDS Coach Tenure Seasons W-L Pct. SEC Pct. Lynn Keiser Vivian Langley Kathy Arendsen Jay Miller Vann Stuedeman 2012-Present GAME NOTES

35 ASSISTANT COACH SAMANTHA RICKETTS ASSISTANT COACH TYLER BRATTON FOURTH SEASON AT MISSISSIPPI STATE Hometown San Jose, Calif. High School Archbishop Mitty (San Jose, Calif.) College Oklahoma Degree B.A. in Sociology, 2009 M.E. in Adult Higher Education, 2011 FIFTH SEASON AT MISSISSIPPI STATE Hometown West Point, Miss. High School Oak Hill Academy (West Point, Miss.) College Mississippi State Degree B.A. in Secondary Education, 2007 M.A. in Sports Administration, 2009 THE RICKETTS FILE Coaching Career Assistant Coach, Mississippi State, 2014-Present Assistant Coach, Wichita State, Graduate Assistant Coach, Oklahoma, Mississippi State Softball Coaching Highlights -- Team Two NCAA Regional appearance (2015, 2017) Mississippi State Softball Coaching Highlights -- Individuals Two All-SEC Honorees Five NFCA All-South Region picks 33 SEC All-Academic Team selections 13 SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll picks Wichita State Coaching Highlights -- Team One NCAA Regional appearance (2014), first in program history Missouri Valley Conference Coaching Staff of the Year (2014) Oklahoma Coaching Highlights -- Team Women s College World Series (2011) NCAA Regional Champions (2010) Big 12 Tournament Champions (2011) Wichita State Coaching Highlights -- Individuals One MVC Player of the Year One MVC Newcomer of the Year One NFCA All-Midwest Region first team honoree One NFCA All-Midwest Region second team member Three All-MVC first teamers Two All-MVC second team selections Oklahoma Coaching Highlights -- Individuals One All-American first team selection One All-American second team selection Four All-American second team selections Seven NFCA All-Region selections One CoSIDA Academic All-District second team selection One NFCA Player of the Week One USA Softball Player of the Week Seven All-Big 12 first team selections Two All-Big 12 second team selections Four All-Big 12 Championship team selections One Big 12 Championship Most Outstanding Player Four Academic All-Big 12 first team selections Four Academic All-Big 12 second team selections One Big 12 Player of the Year One Big 12 Defensive Player of the Year Four Big 12 Players of the Week Five Big 12 Pitchers of the Week Playing Career Member of Akron Racers (12th overall pick in 2009 NPF Draft) All-Big 12 first team ( ) NFCA All-America second team (2009, 2007) NFCA All-Central Region first team (2009) NFCA All-Midwest Region first team selection (2007) Academic All-Big 12 first team (2009, 2008) THE BRATTON FILE Coaching Career Assistant Coach, Mississippi State Softball, December 2013-present Director of Operations, Mississippi State Baseball, Student Assistant Coach, Mississippi State Baseball, 2008 Mississippi State Softball Coaching Highlights -- Team Three NCAA Regional appearances ( , 2017) Mississippi State Softball Coaching Highlights -- Individuals Two All-SEC Honorees Six NFCA All-South Region picks Two All-SEC Freshman Team honorees 48 SEC All-Academic Team selections 16 SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll picks Mississippi State Baseball Coaching Highlights -- Team One College World Series championship series (2013) One College World Series trip (2013) One SEC Tournament championship (2012) Three NCAA Regional appearances ( ) Mississippi State Baseball Coaching Highlights -- Individuals Six All-America selections Three Freshman All-Americans Four NBCA All-Region selections 21 MLB Draft picks Five All-Southeastern Conference honorees Five All-SEC Freshman Team picks Three SEC All-Defensive Team accolades Two Dick Howser Trophy semifinalists (Chris Stratton/2012; Hunter Renfroe/2013) One Perfect Game Pitcher of the Year (Chris Stratton/2012) One Brooks Wallace Award semifinalist (Adam Frazier/2013) One College Baseball Hall of Fame Pitcher of the Year semifinalist (Chris Stratton/2012) One Stopper of the Year semifinalist (Jonathan Holder/2013) Three Academic All-Americans One SEC Scholar-Athlete of the Year (Sam Frost/2013) Playing Career Two-year letterwinner at Mississippi State ( ) Two-year starter at East Mississippi Community College ( ) GAME NOTES 35

36 BEVIA ROBINSON RJr. UTL L/R 5-3 HARVEST, ALA. PENSACOLA STATE UNIVERSITY Started 51 contests this season, drawing 42 starts at third base and nine in the outfield Swiped a career-high three stolen bases at Alabama State (3/27) Matched her career high with her third three-hit outing of her junior season to open the series at South Carolina (4/27) Tied career high with her second three-hit outing of the season on March 10 versus UMass Lowell Tied her career high with two s versus Mercer (3/3) for just her third multi- game of her career Turned in a career performance versus #16 Oklahoma State (2/23), tying her career-high with three hits and scoring a career-best three runs. She also slugged her first career homer against the Cowgirls. Locked in a scoreless game, threw a laser to home play on a single to left field to throw out the go-ahead at home in State s 1-0 victory over Drake (2/18) Majoring in criminology GAME-BY-GAME SEASON STATS #0 Bevia Robinson - 51 games (All games) Date Opponent Pos AB R H 2B 3B HR BB SB CS HBP SAC SF GDP K PO A E Avg Feb 09 MISSISSIPPI VALLEY *3b Feb 09 OMAHA *of Feb 11 MISSOURI STATE *3b Feb 11 MISSISSIPPI VALLEY *3b Feb 15 UT MARTIN *3b Feb 16 MURRAY STATE *of Feb 16 DRAKE *3b Feb 17 SOUTH ALABAMA *3b Feb 18 DRAKE *3b/of Feb 20 SOUTHEASTERN LA. *of Feb 22 vs Arizona State *3b Feb 22 vs Nebraska *3b Feb 23 vs Oklahoma State *of Feb 24 vs San Jose State *3b Feb 24 vs Cal State Fullerton *3b Mar 02 LAMAR *3b Mar 03 MERCER *3b Mar 03 SAM HOUSTON STAT *3b Mar 04 SAM HOUSTON STAT *3b Mar 07 BOSTON COLLEGE *3b Mar 09 ILLINOIS-1 *3b Mar 09 ILLINOIS-2 *3b Mar 10 UMASS LOWELL *of Mar 11 UMASS LOWELL *of Mar 13 at Samford *3b Mar 14 at Memphis *3b Mar 16 at Missouri *3b Mar 17 at Missouri *3b Mar 18 at Missouri *3b Mar 21 CENTRAL ARKANSAS *3b Mar 23 GEORGIA *3b Mar 24 GEORGIA *3b Mar 25 GEORGIA *3b Mar 27 at Alabama State *of Mar 30 at Arkansas *3b Mar 31 at Arkansas *3b Apr 01 at Arkansas *3b Apr 07 TEXAS A&M-1 *3b Apr 07 TEXAS A&M-2 *3b Apr 08 TEXAS A&M *3b Apr 10 ALCORN STATE *3b Apr 20 FLORIDA *3b Apr 21 FLORIDA-1 *3b Apr 21 FLORIDA-2 *3b Apr 25 at Troy *3b Apr 27 at South Carolina *3b Apr 28 at South Carolina *3b Apr 29 at South Carolina *3b May 04 TENNESSEE *of May 05 TENNESSEE *3b May 06 TENNESSEE *of Totals 51gs On base pct..309 Slugging pct..356 HIGHLIGHTS AND NOTABLES 00 ROBINSON S CAREER HIGHS 6, twice, last vs. Kentucky (5/7/17) 3, 6x, last at South Carolina (4/27/18) Runs 3 vs. Oklahoma State (2/23/18) 2, 4x, last at Samford (3/13/18) 1, 4x, last vs. South Alabama (2/17/18) Triples 1, 5x, last vs. Missouri (3/18/18) Home Runs 1 vs. Oklahoma State (2/23/18) Stolen Bases 3 at Alabama State (3/27/18) 3 at Georgia (4/15/17) 7 vs. Kentucky (5/7/17) 5, twice, last vs. Sam Houston State (3/4/18) 9 games (4/18/17 at Alcorn State to 5/6/17 vs. Kentucky) ROBINSON S SEASON HIGHS 4, 4x, last at South Carolina (4/28/18) 3 3x, last at South Carolina (4/27/18) Runs 3 vs. Oklahoma State (2/23/18) Double 1 vs. South Alabama (2/17/18) Triples 1, 3x, last vs. Missouri (3/8/18) Home Runs 1 vs. Oklahoma State (2/23/18) 2, 3X, last at Samford (3/13/18) Stolen Bases 3 at Alabama State (3/27/18) 1, 6x, last vs. Tennessee (5/4/18) 4 vs. Lamar (3/2/18) 5, twice, last vs. Sam Houston State (3/4/18) 3 games, 4x, last 3/9/18 vs. Illinois to 2/10/18 vs. UMass Lowell) Multiple-Hit Games 2018: : Total Multiple- Games 2018: : Total GAME NOTES

37 MACEY PERTREY Fr. INF R/R 5-8 DEMOPOLIS, ALA. MARENGO ACADEMY Appeared in 12 games off the bench, primarily as a pinch hitter, and has made four starts, two in the outfield and two at third base Earned her first career start on April 8 versus No. 10 Texas A&M to make her SEC debut First collegiate hit came on March 3 versus Mercer as she slugged a home run to left field Made her collegiate debut versus Mississippi Valley State (2/11), driving in a run with a ground out to short to cap MSU s 8-0 walk-off win in six innings Majoring in kinesiology GAME-BY-GAME SEASON STATS 2018 Mississippi State Softball Individual Game-by-Game for Mississippi State (as of May 08, 2018) #1 Macey Petrey - 18 games (All games) Date Opponent Pos AB R H 2B 3B HR BB SB CS HBP SAC SF GDP K PO A E Avg Feb 11 MISSISSIPPI VALLEY ph Feb 15 UT MARTIN pr Feb 16 MURRAY STATE pr Mar 03 MERCER ss Mar 10 UMASS LOWELL ph Mar 11 UMASS LOWELL ph Mar 21 CENTRAL ARKANSAS ph Mar 27 at Alabama State ph/ss Apr 08 TEXAS A&M *of Apr 10 ALCORN STATE *of Apr 15 at Ole Miss *3b Apr 15 at Ole Miss *3b Apr 16 at Ole Miss pr Apr 20 FLORIDA ss Apr 27 at South Carolina pr Apr 29 at South Carolina pr May 04 TENNESSEE pr May 05 TENNESSEE pr Totals 4gs On base pct..235 Slugging pct..333 HIGHLIGHTS AND NOTABLES 1 PETREY S CAREER HIGHS 3, twice, last at Ole Miss (4/15/18) Runs Scored 1, twice, last at South Carolina (4/29/18) 1, twice, last vs. Alcorn State (4/10/18) 1, 3x, last vs. Alcorn State (4/10/18) Home Runs 1 vs. Mercer (3/3/18) 2 at Alabama State (3/27/18) 2 at Ole Miss (4/15/18) 1, twice, last at Ole Miss (4/15/18) 1 game vs. Mercer (3/3/18) PETREY S SEASON HIGHS 3, twice, last at Ole Miss (4/15/18) Runs Scored 1, twice, last at South Carolina (4/29/18) 1, twice, last vs. Alcorn State (4/10/18) 1, 3x, last vs. Alcorn State (4/10/18) Home Runs 1 vs. Mercer (3/3/18) 2 at Alabama State (3/27/18) 2 at Ole Miss (4/15/18) 1, twice, last at Ole Miss (4/15/18) 1 game vs. Mercer (3/3/18) Multiple-Hit Games 2018: Total Multiple- Games 2018: Total GAME NOTES 37

38 KAT MOORE Jr. OF L/R HOLLY SPRINGS, MISS. MARSHALL ACADEMY Started 50 games for the Bulldogs in centerfield. Slugged a career-high two triples versus No. 7 Tennessee (5/5) - becoming the first Bulldog since 2015 to hit two triples in the same game Three of her career-high four home runs have come during SEC play Recorded her career-high four three-hit game of the season against No. 5 Florida on April 21, recording her 100th career hit in the contest Locked in a 3-3 game, slugged the go-ahead home run at Missouri (3/18) to clinch the series victory After missing three games with a nagging groin injury, return at Memphis (3/14) with a 2-for-3 night at the plate Tied career-high with two runs score versus Sam Houston State (3/3) Slugged her first triple of the season versus Lamar on March 2 Scored the game-winning run in MSU s 3-2 extra-inning win over Southeastern Louisiana (2/20) Recorded just the third multi- game of her career, driving in two with a single versus South Alabama (2/17) Slugged just her second career home run versus Mississippi Valley (2/11) over opening weekend Majoring in criminology GAME-BY-GAME SEASON STATS 2018 Mississippi State Softball Individual Game-by-Game for Mississippi State (as of May 08, 2018) #2 Kat Moore - 50 games (All games) Date Opponent Pos AB R H 2B 3B HR BB SB CS HBP SAC SF GDP K PO A E Avg Feb 09 MISSISSIPPI VALLEY *of Feb 09 OMAHA *of Feb 11 MISSOURI STATE *of Feb 11 MISSISSIPPI VALLEY *of Feb 15 UT MARTIN *of Feb 16 MURRAY STATE *of Feb 16 DRAKE *of Feb 17 SOUTH ALABAMA *of Feb 18 DRAKE *of Feb 20 SOUTHEASTERN LA. *of Feb 22 vs Arizona State *of Feb 22 vs Nebraska *of Feb 23 vs Oklahoma State *of Feb 24 vs San Jose State *of Feb 24 vs Cal State Fullerton *of Mar 02 LAMAR *of Mar 03 MERCER *of Mar 03 SAM HOUSTON STAT *of Mar 04 SAM HOUSTON STAT *of Mar 07 BOSTON COLLEGE *of Mar 09 ILLINOIS-1 *of Mar 09 ILLINOIS-2 *of Mar 14 at Memphis *of Mar 16 at Missouri *of Mar 17 at Missouri *of Mar 18 at Missouri *of Mar 21 CENTRAL ARKANSAS *of Mar 23 GEORGIA *of Mar 24 GEORGIA *of Mar 25 GEORGIA *of Mar 30 at Arkansas *of Mar 31 at Arkansas *of Apr 01 at Arkansas *of Apr 07 TEXAS A&M-1 *of Apr 07 TEXAS A&M-2 *of Apr 08 TEXAS A&M *of Apr 15 at Ole Miss *of Apr 15 at Ole Miss *of Apr 16 at Ole Miss *of Apr 17 MEMPHIS *of Apr 20 FLORIDA *of Apr 21 FLORIDA-1 *of Apr 21 FLORIDA-2 *of Apr 25 at Troy *of Apr 27 at South Carolina *of Apr 28 at South Carolina *of Apr 29 at South Carolina *of May 04 TENNESSEE *of May 05 TENNESSEE *of May 06 TENNESSEE *of Totals 50gs On base pct..372 Slugging pct..500 HIGHLIGHTS AND NOTABLES MOORE S CAREER HIGHS 6 vs. Samford (3/4/17) 4 at Georgia (4/14/17) Runs 2, 6x, last vs. Tennessee (5/5/18) 3, 2x, last at Georgia (4/14/17) 1, 13x, last vs. Florida (4/21/18) Triples 2 vs. Tennessee (5/5/18) Home Runs 1, 4x, last vs. Florida (4/20/18) Stolen Bases 1, 15x,, last at Missouri (3/18/18) 1, 20x, last vs. Tennessee (5/5/18) 5 vs. South Carolina (4/8/17) 1, 3x, last vs. Illinois (3/9/18) 11 games (3/7/18 vs. Boston College to 3/25/18 vs. Georgia) MOORE S SEASON HIGHS 5 vs. Oklahoma State (2/23/18) 3, 4x, last vs. Florida (4/21/18) Runs 2, 5x, last vs. Tennessee (5/5/18) 1, 8x, last vs. Florida (4/21/18) Triples 2 vs. Tennessee (5/5/18) Home Runs 1, 4x, last vs. Florida (4/20/18) 2, 4x, last at Troy (4/25/18) Stolen Bases 1, 5x, last at Missouri (3/18/18) 1, 7x, last vs. Tennessee (5/5/18) 3, twice, last vs. Memphis (4/17/18) 11 games (3/7/18 vs. Boston College to 3/25/18 vs. Georgia) Multiple-Hit Games 2018: : : Total Multiple- Games 2018: : : Total GAME NOTES

39 CANDACE DENIS So. P/UTL L/R MALAKOFF, TEXAS UMASS Appeared in 31 games for the Bulldogs, earning 12 total starts with time in the outfield and in the circle Earned her first start in conference play in the series opener against No. 5 Florida (4/20), striking out a career-high six Worked out of a bases-loaded jam in relief for the Bulldogs versus Memphis (4/17) to preserve MSU s 3-1 lead In just her second start in the circle, tossed her first complete game and shutout versus UMass Lowell on March 11 Earned first start in the circleand first-career victory against Lamar (3/2), striking out two and allowing just one run off three walks and two hits Drove in the game-winning run versus Drake (2/18) with an double, her first extra-base hit as a Bulldog Earned her first save as a Bulldog tossing three scoreless innings versus Murray State (2/16) Tossed two shutout innings in her pitching debut, coming in relief against MVSU (2/11) Earned first start as a Bulldog in left field against Omaha (2/9), earning her first at bat and drawing a walk Made her MSU debut coming off the bench to play outfield against MVSU (2/9) Majoring in mathematics GAME-BY-GAME SEASON STATS 2018 Mississippi State Softball Individual Game-by-Game for Mississippi State (as of May 08, 2018) #3 Candace Denis - 24 games (All games) Date Opponent Pos AB R H 2B 3B HR BB SB CS HBP SAC SF GDP K PO A E Avg Feb 09 MISSISSIPPI VALLEY of Feb 09 OMAHA *of Feb 11 MISSISSIPPI VALLEY p Feb 15 UT MARTIN ph Feb 16 DRAKE pr Feb 17 SOUTH ALABAMA *of/p Feb 18 DRAKE *of Feb 20 SOUTHEASTERN LA. *of/p Feb 22 vs Arizona State *of Feb 24 vs Cal State Fullerton *of Mar 03 SAM HOUSTON STAT of Mar 04 SAM HOUSTON STAT ph/dh Mar 09 ILLINOIS-2 of Mar 13 at Samford *p Mar 21 CENTRAL ARKANSAS ph Mar 27 at Alabama State *of/p Mar 31 at Arkansas p Apr 10 ALCORN STATE of/of Apr 17 MEMPHIS p Apr 20 FLORIDA *p Apr 25 at Troy pr Apr 27 at South Carolina pr Apr 29 at South Carolina *of May 04 TENNESSEE p Totals 10gs On base pct..269 Slugging pct..280 HIGHLIGHTS AND NOTABLES #3 Candace Denis - 17 appearances (All games) Date Opponent GS IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR WP BK HBP IBB Score W-L Sv ERA NP Feb 11 MISSISSIPPI VALLEY Feb 16 MURRAY STATE Feb 17 SOUTH ALABAMA Feb 20 SOUTHEASTERN LA Mar 02 LAMAR * Mar 11 UMASS LOWELL * Mar 13 at Samford * Mar 17 at Missouri Mar 23 GEORGIA Mar 27 at Alabama State Mar 31 at Arkansas Apr 07 TEXAS A&M Apr 16 at Ole Miss Apr 17 MEMPHIS Apr 20 FLORIDA * Apr 28 at South Carolina May 04 TENNESSEE Totals DENIS CAREER HIGHS At Bats 3, twice, last vs. Southeastern Louisiana (2/20/18) Runs Scored 1, twice, last vs. UMass Lowell (3/11/18) 2, 2x, last vs. Drake (2/18/18) 1 vs. Drake (2/18/18) 1 vs. Drake (2/18/18) 1 vs. Omaha (2/9/18) Stolen Bases 2 vs. South Alabama (2/17/19) 2 vs. South Alabama (2/17/18) 1, twice, last at South Carolina (4/29/18) 3 games (2/17/18 vs. South Alabama to 2/20/18 vs. Southeastern Louisiana Innings Pitched 7.0 vs. Florida (4/20/18) Strikeouts 6 vs. Florida (4/20/18) Allowed 4 vs. Florida (4/20/18) Allowed 4, twice, last at South Carolina (4/28/18) Runs Allowed 8 vs. Florida (4/20/18) Earned Runs Allowed 6 vs. Florida (4/20/18) DENIS SEASON HIGHS At Bats 3, twice, last vs. Southeastern Louisiana (2/20/18) Runs Scored 1, twice, last vs. UMass Lowell (3/11/18) 2, 2x, last vs. Drake (2/18/18) 1 vs. Drake (2/18/18) 1 vs. Drake (2/18/18) 1 vs. Omaha (2/9/18) Stolen Bases 2 vs. South Alabama (2/17/19) 2 vs. South Alabama (2/17/18) 1, twice, last at South Carolina (4/29/18) 3 games (2/17/18 vs. South Alabama to 2/20/18 vs. Southeastern Louisiana Innings Pitched 7.0 vs. Florida (4/20/18) Strikeouts 6 vs. Florida (4/20/18) Allowed 4, twice, last vs. Tennessee (5/4/18) Allowed 8 vs. Tennessee (5/4/18) Runs Allowed 8 vs. Florida (4/20/18) Earned Runs Allowed 6 vs. Florida (4/20/18) Multiple-Hit Games 2018: Total Multiple- Games 2018: Total Standout Games (Career) 5+ Strikeout Games: Strikeout Games: 0 1 Run or Less CG:. 2 Complete Game Shutouts: 1 Streaks (Season/Career) Consecutive Wins: 3/3 Scoreless Innings: 6.1/6.1 GAME NOTES 39

40 CASSADY KNUDSEN Sr. P R/R ALTOONA, IOWA SOUTHEAST POLK HS Has started 18 contests in the circle for Mississippi State, allowing just one hit in five of those outings Struck out at least 10 batters in six of her starts this season, including a career-high 13 batters twice this season against Omaha (2/9) and Drake (2/18). Tossed 26.2 consecutive scoreless innings to open the 2018 season, which ranked as the third-longest scoreless inning streak in program history Recorded fifth shutout of the season behind 11 strikeouts, two-hitting Ole Miss on April 15 Making a relief appearance vs. No. 10 Texas A&M (4/7), tossed 5.1 innings, allowing just two hits with three strikeouts to record the extra-inning victory for the Bulldogs First relief appearance of the season came on March 24 as she tossed the seventh inning to earn the victory in MSU s walk-off win over No. 7 Georgia Earned her first shutout victory over a ranked opponent after blanking #23 Nebraska 9-0 in five innings of Feb. 22 Majoring in biological sciences GAME-BY-GAME SEASON STATS 2018 Mississippi State Softball Individual Game-by-Game for Mississippi State (as of May 08, 2018) #4 Cassady Knudsen - 12 games (All games) Date Opponent Pos AB R H 2B 3B HR BB SB CS HBP SAC SF GDP K PO A E Avg Feb 15 UT MARTIN *p Feb 18 DRAKE *p/dh Feb 22 vs Nebraska *p Feb 24 vs Cal State Fullerton *p Mar 03 SAM HOUSTON STAT *p Mar 09 ILLINOIS-2 *p Mar 14 at Memphis *p Mar 17 at Missouri *p Mar 25 GEORGIA *p Apr 07 TEXAS A&M-1 *p Apr 07 TEXAS A&M-2 p Apr 15 at Ole Miss *p Totals 11gs On base pct..000 Slugging pct..000 HIGHLIGHTS AND NOTABLES KNUDSEN S CAREER HIGHS Innings Pitched 7.1, vs. Ga. Southern (4/26/15) Strikeouts 13, twice, last vs. Drake (2/18/18) Allowed 7 vs. Georgia (3/25/18) Allowed 8 vs. Florida (4/21/18) Runs Allowed 7 at Missouri (3/17/18) Earned Runs Allowed 7 at Missouri (3/17/18) KNUDSEN S SEASON HIGHS Innings Pitched 7.0, 5x, last vs. Florida (4/21/18) Strikeouts 13, twice, last vs. Drake (2/18/18) Allowed 7 vs. Georgia (3/25/18) Allowed 8 vs. Florida (4/21/18) Runs Allowed 7 at Missouri (3/17/18) Earned Runs Allowed 7 at Missouri (3/17/18) Standout Games (Career) 5+ Strikeout Games: Strikeout Games: 7 1 Run or Less CG:. 6 Complete Game Shutouts: 7 Streaks (Season/Career) Consecutive Wins: 4/4 Scoreless Innings: 26.2/26.2 #4 Cassady Knudsen - 24 appearances (All games) Date Opponent GS IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR WP BK HBP IBB Score W-L Sv ERA NP Feb 09 OMAHA * Feb 15 UT MARTIN * Feb 18 DRAKE * Feb 22 vs Nebraska * Feb 24 vs Cal State Fullerton * Mar 03 SAM HOUSTON STAT * Mar 07 BOSTON COLLEGE * Mar 09 ILLINOIS-2 * Mar 14 at Memphis * Mar 17 at Missouri * Mar 21 CENTRAL ARKANSAS * Mar 24 GEORGIA Mar 25 GEORGIA * Mar 30 at Arkansas Apr 01 at Arkansas Apr 07 TEXAS A&M-1 * Apr 07 TEXAS A&M Apr 08 TEXAS A&M Apr 15 at Ole Miss * Apr 16 at Ole Miss * Apr 21 FLORIDA-1 * Apr 27 at South Carolina Apr 28 at South Carolina * May 06 TENNESSEE * Totals GAME NOTES

41 MADDIE DORSETT So. OF R/R TRUSSVILLE, ALA. HEWITT TRUSSVILLE HS Made 38 appearances, primarily as a pinch runner and has earned three starts in the outfield for the Bulldogs Scored on a Georgia throwing error to secure MSU s walk-off win on March 24 Recorded a career-high four putouts in the outfield versus UMass Lowell (3/10) Knocked her first hit of the season in a start versus Illinois on March 9 Swiped her first base of the season versus Mercer on March 3 Scored the game-winning run versus Drake (2/18) as a pinch runner for Calyn Adams Tallied her first collegiate in her start against the Mississippi Valley (2/11) GAME-BY-GAME SEASON STATS 2018 Mississippi State Softball Individual Game-by-Game for Mississippi State (as of May 08, 2018) #5 Maddie Dorsett - 38 games (All games) Date Opponent Pos AB R H 2B 3B HR BB SB CS HBP SAC SF GDP K PO A E Avg Feb 09 MISSISSIPPI VALLEY of Feb 11 MISSOURI STATE pr/of Feb 11 MISSISSIPPI VALLEY *of Feb 15 UT MARTIN of Feb 16 MURRAY STATE pr Feb 16 DRAKE pr Feb 17 SOUTH ALABAMA pr Feb 18 DRAKE pr Feb 22 vs Arizona State pr Feb 23 vs Oklahoma State pr Feb 24 vs San Jose State pr Mar 03 MERCER pr Mar 03 SAM HOUSTON STAT of Mar 09 ILLINOIS-2 *of/of Mar 10 UMASS LOWELL *of Mar 11 UMASS LOWELL pr Mar 13 at Samford pr/of Mar 16 at Missouri pr Mar 17 at Missouri pr Mar 18 at Missouri of/dh Mar 24 GEORGIA pr Mar 25 GEORGIA pr Mar 27 at Alabama State of Mar 30 at Arkansas pr Mar 31 at Arkansas of Apr 07 TEXAS A&M-1 pr/of Apr 07 TEXAS A&M-2 pr Apr 08 TEXAS A&M of Apr 10 ALCORN STATE ph Apr 15 at Ole Miss pr Apr 16 at Ole Miss pr/of Apr 17 MEMPHIS of Apr 20 FLORIDA pr Apr 21 FLORIDA-1 of Apr 21 FLORIDA-2 of Apr 25 at Troy of Apr 27 at South Carolina of May 06 TENNESSEE of Totals 3gs On base pct..250 Slugging pct..250 HIGHLIGHTS AND NOTABLES DORSETT S CAREER HIGHS 3, 3x, last vs. UMass Lowell (3/10/18) 1, 6x, last vs. Alcorn State (4/10/18) Runs 1, 18x, last at Ole Miss (4/16/18) 1, twice, last vs. Alcorn State (4/10/18) Stolen Bases 1, 3x, last vs. UMass Lowell (3/10/18) 4 vs. UMass Lowell (3/10/18) 1 game, 5x, last at Samford (3/13/18) DORSETT S SEASON HIGHS 3, twice, last vs. UMass Lowell (3/10/18) 1, 3x, last vs. Alcorn State (4/10/18) Runs 1, 10x, last at Ole Miss (4/16/18) 1, twice, last vs. Alcorn State (4/10/18) Stolen Bases 1, twice, last vs. UMass Lowell (3/10/18) 4 vs. UMass Lowell (3/10/18) 1 game, twice, last at Samford (3/13/18 Multiple-Hit Games 2018: : Total Multiple- Games 2018: : Total GAME NOTES 41

42 REGGIE HARRISON Sr. INF R/R MAGNOLIA, TEXAS ARKANSAS One of three Bulldogs to start all 55 games, earning every start at shortstop Over MSU s doubleheader at Ole Miss (4/15), went 4-for-7 with a double, home run and six s Went 2-for-2 with two runs scored and two s has slugging her first triple of the season versus Alcorn State (4/10) Reached base in all five plate apperance versus No. 10 Texas A&M (4/7) after going 3-for-3 with three singles and drawing two HBP Reached base streak ended over the Bulldog Slamboree after 28 consecutive games, which dated back to April 29, 2017 at Auburn Plated the go-ahead runs in MSU s 6-4 comeback win against San Jose State (2/24) with a two double Slugged two extra-base hits against No. 23 Nebraska to record a career-best five s. Patient at the plate over the Bulldog Kickoff Classic, drawing a team-high four walks for a.462 on-base percentage Stole her first base as a Bulldog versus Missouri State (2/11) Double majoring in business administration and finance GAME-BY-GAME SEASON STATS #7 Reggie Harrison - 55 games (All games) Date Opponent Pos AB R H 2B 3B HR BB SB CS HBP SAC SF GDP K PO A E Avg Feb 09 MISSISSIPPI VALLEY *ss Feb 09 OMAHA *ss Feb 11 MISSOURI STATE *ss Feb 11 MISSISSIPPI VALLEY *ss Feb 15 UT MARTIN *ss Feb 16 MURRAY STATE *ss Feb 16 DRAKE *ss Feb 17 SOUTH ALABAMA *ss Feb 18 DRAKE *ss Feb 20 SOUTHEASTERN LA. *ss Feb 22 vs Arizona State *ss Feb 22 vs Nebraska *ss Feb 23 vs Oklahoma State *ss Feb 24 vs San Jose State *ss Feb 24 vs Cal State Fullerton *ss Mar 02 LAMAR *ss Mar 03 MERCER *ss Mar 03 SAM HOUSTON STAT *ss Mar 04 SAM HOUSTON STAT *ss Mar 07 BOSTON COLLEGE *ss Mar 09 ILLINOIS-1 *ss Mar 09 ILLINOIS-2 *ss Mar 10 UMASS LOWELL *ss Mar 11 UMASS LOWELL *ss Mar 13 at Samford *ss Mar 14 at Memphis *ss Mar 16 at Missouri *ss Mar 17 at Missouri *ss Mar 18 at Missouri *ss Mar 21 CENTRAL ARKANSAS *ss Mar 23 GEORGIA *ss Mar 24 GEORGIA *ss Mar 25 GEORGIA *ss Mar 27 at Alabama State *ss Mar 30 at Arkansas *ss Mar 31 at Arkansas *ss Apr 01 at Arkansas *ss Apr 07 TEXAS A&M-1 *ss Apr 07 TEXAS A&M-2 *ss Apr 08 TEXAS A&M *ss Apr 10 ALCORN STATE *ss Apr 15 at Ole Miss *ss Apr 15 at Ole Miss *ss Apr 16 at Ole Miss *ss Apr 17 MEMPHIS *ss Apr 20 FLORIDA *ss Apr 21 FLORIDA-1 *ss Apr 21 FLORIDA-2 *ss Apr 25 at Troy *ss Apr 27 at South Carolina *ss Apr 28 at South Carolina *ss Apr 29 at South Carolina *ss May 04 TENNESSEE *ss May 05 TENNESSEE *ss May 06 TENNESSEE *ss Totals 55gs On base pct..407 Slugging pct..480 HIGHLIGHTS AND NOTABLES HARRISON S CAREER HIGHS 5 vs. Oklahoma State (2/23/18) 4 at Central Arkansas (5/15/17) Runs 2, 11x, last vs. Tennessee (5/5/18) 5 vs. Nebraska (2/22/18) 2, 4x, last vs. Fordham (5/19/17) Triples 1, 3x, last vs. Alcorn State (4/10/18) Home Runs 1, 8x, last vs. Georgia (3/24/18) Stolen Bases 1, 3x, last at Troy (4/25/18) 3 vs. Kentucky (5/6/17) 5 at Auburn (4/30/17) 8 vs. Kentucky (5/7/17) 8 games (3/4/17 vs. Samford to 3/17/17 vs. Alabama) HARRISON S SEASON HIGHS 5 vs. Oklahoma State (2/23/18) 3 vs. Texas A&M (4/7/18) Runs 2, 7x, last vs. Tennessee (5/5/18) 5 vs. Nebraska (2/22/18) 1, 9x, last at Troy (4/25/18) Triples 1 vs. Alcorn State (4/10/18) Home Runs 1, 7x, last vs. Tennessee (5/5/18) Stolen Bases 1, 3x, last at Troy (4/25/18) 2, 6x, last vs. Georgia (3/24/18) 4, 3x, last vs. Florida (4/21/18) 5, twice, last vs. Tennessee (5/5/18) 7 games (2/11/17 vs. MVSU to 2/20/18 vs. Southeastern Louisiana) Multiple-Hit Games 2018: : Total Multiple- Games 2018: : Total GAME NOTES

43 ALEX WILCOX Fr. OF R/R 5-9 BRANTLEY, ALA. BRANTLEY HS 8 WILCOX S CAREER HIGHS 3, 3x, last at Samford (3/13/18) 1, 3x, last at Samford (3/13/18) 3 Games (3/10/18 vs. UMass Lowell to 3/13/18 at Samford) HIGHLIGHTS AND NOTABLES Made eight appearances, earning three starts at designated player Just a little under two weeks removed from chemotherapy treatment, knocked her first collegiate hit with a pinch-hit single versus UMass Lowell on March 10. Earned her first collegiate start at designated player versus Drake (2/18). Made her Mississippi State debut as a pinch hitter versus UT Martin (2/15). The game was part of MSU s No One Fights Alone campaign as the teal wears teal to bring awareness to ovarian cancer, which Wilcox s was diagnosed with her junior year of high school. Major is undecided GAME-BY-GAME SEASON STATS WILCOX S SEASON HIGHS 3, 3x, last at Samford (3/13/18) 1, 3x, last at Samford (3/13/18) 3 Games (3/10/18 vs. UMass Lowell to 3/13/18 at Samford) Multiple-Hit Games 2018: Total Multiple- Games 2018: Total Mississippi State Softball Individual Game-by-Game for Mississippi State (as of May 08, 2018) #8 Alex Wilcox - 8 games (All games) Date Opponent Pos AB R H 2B 3B HR BB SB CS HBP SAC SF GDP K PO A E Avg Feb 15 UT MARTIN ph Feb 17 SOUTH ALABAMA ph/dh Feb 18 DRAKE *dh Mar 10 UMASS LOWELL ph Mar 11 UMASS LOWELL *dh Mar 13 at Samford *dh Mar 21 CENTRAL ARKANSAS ph/dh Apr 10 ALCORN STATE ph Totals 3gs On base pct..200 Slugging pct..200 GAME NOTES 43

44 BROOKE CANTILLO 9 Fr. OF L/R 5-2 LAKE ELSINORE, CALIF. FOOTHILL HS HIGHLIGHTS AND NOTABLES Standout outfielder for head coach Joe Barragan at Foothill High School Ranked as high as the 43rd recruit of the 2017 class by FloSoftball Three-time First Team All-League selection Led the Knights to the Diamond Bar Tournament title and back-to-back North Hills League Championships Third member of the Cantillo family to play softball in the SEC behind her older sisters Chelsea (Georgia, ) and Taylor RT (Ole Miss, ) Cantillo Majoring in biological sciences CANTILLO S CAREER HIGHS Runs Triples Home Runs Stolen Bases GAME-BY-GAME SEASON STATS CANTILLO S SEASON HIGHS Runs Triples Home Runs Stolen Bases Multiple-Hit Games 2018: Total Multiple- Games 2018: Total GAME NOTES

45 KINSEY GOELZ Fr. INF R/R 5-3 MYAKKA CITY, FLA. LAKEWOOD RANCH HS 10 GOELZ S CAREER HIGHS Runs HIGHLIGHTS AND NOTABLES Elite starting shortstop for Lakewood Ranch High School over her junior and senior seasons USA Elite Select All-American and Future Pro Ranked nationally as the No. 34 recruit of the 2017 class by FloSoftball Earned Second Team All-State and First Team All-Area after an outstanding senior season Finished runner-up for Defensive Player of the Year after committing just one error in 20 games to hold a.986 fielding percentage Led the Mustangs to the 8A District Championship her junior season as LRHS finished with a 23-5 record Her parents, T.J. and Liz, were standout athlete at North Florida playing baseball and softball, respectively. Major is undecided Triples Home Runs Stolen Bases GAME-BY-GAME SEASON STATS GOELZ S SEASON HIGHS Runs Triples Home Runs Stolen Bases Multiple-Hit Games 2018: Total Multiple- Games 2018: Total GAME NOTES 45

46 EMILY HEIMBERGER Jr. UTL L/R PAWLEYS ISLAND, S.C. WACCAMAW HS One of three Bulldogs to start all 55 contests for MSU, drawing 41 starts in the outfield and 14 at second Strung together her first three-hit game since March with a double and two singles at Ole Miss on April 15 Recorded the 100th hit of her career on April 8 versus No. 10 Texas A&M with a single Drove in the game-winning run in MSU s 9-1 come-from-behind win over Illinois on March 9 Reached base in all three plate appearances versus Sam Houston State (3/4), tying her career-high three hits and scoring a career-best three runs Plated the go-ahead run with an single in State s 9-4 come-from-behind win over #16 Oklahoma State (2/23) Drove in the game winning run in MSU s come-from-behind victory over South Alabama (2/17) with a two- single for just her sixth multi- game of her career Tied her career high twice over opening weekend with back-to-back, three-hit games versus Missouri State ( 2/11) and MVSU (2/11) Majoring in biological sciences GAME-BY-GAME SEASON STATS #11 Emily Heimberger - 55 games (All games) Date Opponent Pos AB R H 2B 3B HR BB SB CS HBP SAC SF GDP K PO A E Avg Feb 09 MISSISSIPPI VALLEY *of Feb 09 OMAHA *2b Feb 11 MISSOURI STATE *of Feb 11 MISSISSIPPI VALLEY *2b Feb 15 UT MARTIN *of Feb 16 MURRAY STATE *2b Feb 16 DRAKE *of Feb 17 SOUTH ALABAMA *of Feb 18 DRAKE *of/2b Feb 20 SOUTHEASTERN LA. *2b Feb 22 vs Arizona State *of Feb 22 vs Nebraska *of Feb 23 vs Oklahoma State *2b Feb 24 vs San Jose State *of Feb 24 vs Cal State Fullerton *of Mar 02 LAMAR *of Mar 03 MERCER *of/of Mar 03 SAM HOUSTON STAT *of Mar 04 SAM HOUSTON STAT *of Mar 07 BOSTON COLLEGE *of Mar 09 ILLINOIS-1 *of Mar 09 ILLINOIS-2 *2b Mar 10 UMASS LOWELL *2b Mar 11 UMASS LOWELL *2b/of Mar 13 at Samford *of Mar 14 at Memphis *of Mar 16 at Missouri *of Mar 17 at Missouri *of Mar 18 at Missouri *of Mar 21 CENTRAL ARKANSAS *of Mar 23 GEORGIA *of Mar 24 GEORGIA *of Mar 25 GEORGIA *of Mar 27 at Alabama State *2b Mar 30 at Arkansas *of Mar 31 at Arkansas *of Apr 01 at Arkansas *of Apr 07 TEXAS A&M-1 *of Apr 07 TEXAS A&M-2 *of Apr 08 TEXAS A&M *of/of Apr 10 ALCORN STATE *of Apr 15 at Ole Miss *of Apr 15 at Ole Miss *of Apr 16 at Ole Miss *of/2b Apr 17 MEMPHIS *2b Apr 20 FLORIDA *of Apr 21 FLORIDA-1 *2b Apr 21 FLORIDA-2 *2b Apr 25 at Troy *of/2b Apr 27 at South Carolina *of Apr 28 at South Carolina *of Apr 29 at South Carolina *of May 04 TENNESSEE *2b May 05 TENNESSEE *of May 06 TENNESSEE *2b Totals 55gs On base pct..387 Slugging pct..428 HIGHLIGHTS AND NOTABLES HEIMBERGER S CAREER HIGHS 5, 5x, last at Missouri (3/16/18) 3, 6x, last at Ole Miss(4/15/18) Runs 3 vs. Sam Houston State (3/4/18) 2, 7x, last at Troy (4/25/18) 1, 12x, last at Troy (4/25/18) Triples 1, 6x, last vs. UMass Lowell (3/10/18) Stolen Bases 2, 7x, last vs. Sam Houston State (3/4/18) 2, twice, last vs. Tennessee (5/5/18) 6 at LSU (4/2/17) 6, vs. Auburn (3/18/16) 11 games (3/3/18 vs. Mercer to 3/17/18 vs. at Missouri) HEIMBERGER S SEASON HIGHS 5 at Missouri (3/16/18) 3, 4x, last vs. at Ole Miss (4/15/18) Runs 3 vs. Sam Houston State (3/4/18) 2, 6x, last vs. Tennessee (5/6/18) 1, 9x, last at Troy (4/25/18) Triples 1, 3x, last vs. UMass Lowell (3/10/18) Stolen Bases 2, 4x, last vs. Sam Houston State (3/4/18) 2 vs. Tennessee (5/5/18) 4, twice, last vs. Memphis (4/17/18) 4, twice, last vs. Tennessee (5/6/18) 11 games (3/3/18 vs. Mercer to 3/17/18 vs. at Missouri) Multiple-Hit Games 2018: : : Total Multiple- Games 2018: : : Total GAME NOTES

47 GRACE DABBS Fr. OF L/R 5-9 PHILADELPHIA, MISS. LEAKE ACADEMY GAME-BY-GAME SEASON STATS 12 Appeared in 31 contests primarily as pinch runner for the Bulldogs Slugged her first-career home run with an inside the park homer at Alabama State (3/27), picking up a career-best three s Swiped her first career bag at Samford on March 13 Turned in her first multi-hit game of her career going 2-for-2 with her first-career double against UMass Lowell (3/11) Earned her first collegiate at bat against Sam Houston State (3/3), knocking an triple and scoring a run Scored her first collegiate run in a pinch run appearance versus No. 16 Oklahoma State (2/23) Made her collegiate debut as a pinch runner versus UT Martin on Feb. 15 Majoring in biological sciences 2018 Mississippi State Softball Individual Game-by-Game for Mississippi State (as of May 08, 2018) #12 Grace Dabbs - 31 games (All games) Date Opponent Pos AB R H 2B 3B HR BB SB CS HBP SAC SF GDP K PO A E Avg Feb 15 UT MARTIN pr Feb 16 MURRAY STATE pr Feb 23 vs Oklahoma State ph Feb 24 vs San Jose State pr Mar 02 LAMAR pr Mar 03 MERCER pr Mar 03 SAM HOUSTON STAT pr/dh Mar 04 SAM HOUSTON STAT pr Mar 07 BOSTON COLLEGE pr Mar 09 ILLINOIS-1 pr Mar 09 ILLINOIS-2 pr Mar 11 UMASS LOWELL ph/of Mar 13 at Samford pr Mar 16 at Missouri pr Mar 17 at Missouri pr Mar 18 at Missouri pr Mar 25 GEORGIA pr Mar 27 at Alabama State of Apr 01 at Arkansas pr Apr 07 TEXAS A&M-1 pr Apr 07 TEXAS A&M-2 pr Apr 08 TEXAS A&M pr Apr 10 ALCORN STATE of Apr 15 at Ole Miss pr Apr 15 at Ole Miss pr Apr 16 at Ole Miss pr/of Apr 17 MEMPHIS of Apr 21 FLORIDA-1 pr/of Apr 29 at South Carolina pr May 04 TENNESSEE pr May 06 TENNESSEE pr Totals 0gs On base pct..833 Slugging pct HIGHLIGHTS AND NOTABLES DABB S CAREER HIGHS At Bats 2, twice, last at Alabama State (3/27/18) Runs 1, 9x, last vs. Tennessee (5/6/18) 2 vs. UMass Lowell (3/11/18) s 3 at Alabama State (3/27/18) 1 vs. UMass Lowell (3/11/18) Triples 1 vs. Sam Houston State (3/318) Home Runs 1 at Alabama State (3/27/18) 1 vs. Alcorn State (4/10/18) Stolen Bases 1 at Samford (3/13/18) 1 vs. UMass Lowell (3/11/18) 3 games (3/3/18 vs. Sam Houston State to 3/27/18 at Alabama State) DABB S SEASON HIGHS At Bats 2, twice, last at Alabama State (3/27/18) Runs 1, 9x, last vs. Tennessee (5/6/18) 2 vs. UMass Lowell (3/11/18) s 3 at Alabama State (3/27/18) 1 vs. UMass Lowell (3/11/18) Triples 1 vs. Sam Houston State (3/318) Home Runs 1 at Alabama State (3/27/18) 1 vs. Alcorn State (4/10/18) Stolen Bases 1 at Samford (3/13/18) 1 vs. UMass Lowell (3/11/18) 3 games (3/3/18 vs. Sam Houston State to 3/27/18 at Alabama State) Multiple-Hit Games 2018: Total Multiple- Games 2018: Total GAME NOTES 47

48 O NEIL ROBERSON 13 Fr. INF R/R 5-9 BIRMINGHAM, ALA. OAK MOUNTAIN HS Appeared in 20 games, earning eight starts at designated player Made her SEC debut on April 7 as a pinch hitter versus Texas A&M (4/7) Coming off the bench to play first base against UMass Lowell (3/11), recorded a career-high three putouts Drove in the first run of her career and drew her first collegiate walk versus Murray State (2/16) Knocked her first collegiate hit with a single against MVSU (2/11) while also scoring her first run as a Bulldog First collegiate start as a Bulldog came versus Missouri State (2/11) Made collegiate debut as a pitch hitter versus MVSU (2/9) Majoring in special education GAME-BY-GAME SEASON STATS 2018 Mississippi State Softball Individual Game-by-Game for Mississippi State (as of May 08, 2018) #13 O'Neil Roberson - 20 games (All games) Date Opponent Pos AB R H 2B 3B HR BB SB CS HBP SAC SF GDP K PO A E Avg Feb 09 MISSISSIPPI VALLEY ph Feb 11 MISSOURI STATE *dh Feb 11 MISSISSIPPI VALLEY *dh Feb 15 UT MARTIN *dh Feb 16 MURRAY STATE *dh Feb 16 DRAKE *dh Feb 22 vs Arizona State ph Feb 22 vs Nebraska *dh Feb 23 vs Oklahoma State *dh Feb 24 vs San Jose State *dh Mar 03 MERCER ph/dh Mar 03 SAM HOUSTON STAT ph/1b Mar 10 UMASS LOWELL ph Mar 11 UMASS LOWELL ph/1b Mar 13 at Samford ph/1b Mar 17 at Missouri ph Mar 21 CENTRAL ARKANSAS ph Mar 27 at Alabama State ph/1b Apr 07 TEXAS A&M-2 ph Apr 10 ALCORN STATE 1b Totals 8gs On base pct..231 Slugging pct..143 HIGHLIGHTS AND NOTABLES ROBERSON S CAREER HIGHS 4 vs. Oklahoma State (2/23/18) 1, 5x, last vs. Alcorn State (4/10/18) Runs 2 at Alabama State (3/27/18) 1, twice, last vs. Oklahoma State (2/23/18) 2 at Alabama State (3/27/18) 3, twice, last vs. Alcorn State (4/10/18) 2 games, twice, last vs. 2/22/18 vs. Nebraska to 2/23/18 vs. Oklahoma State ROBERSON S SEASON HIGHS 4 vs. Oklahoma State (2/23/18) 1, 5x, last vs. Alcorn State (4/10/18) Runs 2 at Alabama State (3/27/18) 1, twice, last vs. Oklahoma State (2/23/18) 2 at Alabama State (3/27/18) 3, twice, last vs. Alcorn State (4/10/18) 2 games, twice, last vs. 2/22/18 vs. Nebraska to 2/23/18 vs. Oklahoma State Multiple-Hit Games 2018: Total Multiple- Games 2018: Total GAME NOTES

49 HOLLY WARD Sr. P R/R HALEYVILLE, ALA. HALEYVILLE HS Started 18 games and has made 14 relief appearances in the circle, earning four saves Picked up the complete-game victory over No. 7 Tennessee (5/5), marking MSU's first win at home over the Lady Vols since 2010 Tossed a one-hit shutout at Troy for her seventh shutout of the season to move into a tie for the second-most shutouts in single-season history. The shutout was the 17th of the year by the MSU pitching staff, which ties the school record Took a no-hitter into the seventh inning in the series finale versus No. 5 Florida (4/21) with help of retiring 12 consecutive Gators and ultimately holding Florida to just two hits in the outing. Went 22.2 consecutive innings over the month of March without allowing a run to score to string together the eighthlongest scoreless inning streak in program history Opened conference play with a 4-0 shutout over Missouri, marking the first time MSU has opened SEC play with a shutout since 2006 Earned two victories in relief for the Bulldogs over No. 16 Oklahoma State (2/23) and San Jose State (2/24) at the Mary Nutter Collegiate Classic Tossed just the second perfect game in MSU history and the first since 1997 with help of a career-high 11 strikeouts versus MVSU (2/9/11) Double majoring in management and marketing On base pct..000 Slugging pct..000 HIGHLIGHTS AND NOTABLES GAME-BY-GAME SEASON STATS #14 Holly Ward - 33 appearances (All games) Date Opponent GS IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR WP BK HBP IBB Score W-L Sv ERA NP Feb 09 MISSISSIPPI VALLEY * Feb 11 MISSOURI STATE * Feb 16 DRAKE * Feb 17 SOUTH ALABAMA Feb 18 DRAKE Feb 20 SOUTHEASTERN LA Feb 22 vs Arizona State * Feb 23 vs Oklahoma State Feb 24 vs San Jose State Mar 02 LAMAR Mar 04 SAM HOUSTON STAT * Mar 07 BOSTON COLLEGE Mar 09 ILLINOIS-1 * Mar 14 at Memphis Mar 16 at Missouri * Mar 18 at Missouri Mar 21 CENTRAL ARKANSAS Mar 24 GEORGIA * Mar 25 GEORGIA Mar 30 at Arkansas * Apr 01 at Arkansas Apr 07 TEXAS A&M-2 * Apr 08 TEXAS A&M * Apr 10 ALCORN STATE * Apr 15 at Ole Miss * Apr 16 at Ole Miss Apr 17 MEMPHIS Apr 21 FLORIDA-2 * Apr 25 at Troy * Apr 27 at South Carolina * Apr 29 at South Carolina * May 05 TENNESSEE * May 06 TENNESSEE Totals WARD S CAREER HIGHS Innings Pitched 8.0, twice, last vs. Drake (2/16/18) Strikeouts 11 vs. MVSU (2/9/18) Allowed 7 at Auburn (4/28/17) Allowed 10, twice, last vs. Illinois (3/9/18) Runs Allowed 11, vs. Florida (3/28/15) Earned Runs Allowed 11, vs. Florida (3/28/15) WARD S SEASON HIGHS Innings Pitched 8.0 vs. Drake (2/16/18) Strikeouts 11 vs. MVSU (2/9/18) Allowed 6 vs. Tennessee (5/5/18) Allowed 10 vs. Illinois (3/9/18) Runs Allowed 6 at Arkansas (4/1/18) Earned Runs Allowed 6 at Arkansas (4/1/18) Standout Games (Career) 5+ Strikeout Games: Strikeout Games: 4 1 Run or Less CG:. 14 Complete Game Shutouts: 12 Streaks (Season/Career) Consecutive Wins: 6/6 Scoreless Innings: 22.2/22.2 GAME NOTES 49

50 CARTER SPEXARTH 17 Fr. P/UTL R/R 5-7 THE WOODLANDS TEXAS TOMBALL HS Has made 15 appearances as a pinch-hitter, going 4-for-12 with two doubles and home run and nine s in her pinch-hit opportunities, and has made three starts at designated player and four in the outfield Her first collegiate home run came in a pinch-hit opportunity at Ole Miss (4/16), scoring three runs on the shot to center field. Also picked up a single in the game for her first multi-hit outing of her career. Earned her first start in SEC play on March 31 at Arkansas With the bases loaded against UMass Lowell (3/11), knocked a pinch-hit double for a career-high three s Hit an single in a pinch-hit appearance versus UMass Lowell (3/10) to walk-off a 9-1 run-rule victory for MSU in the sixth inning First start of her career came against Mercer (3/3) as she served as the designated player in the contest Made collegiate debut with a pinch-hit appearance versus Lamar (3/2), knocking her first-career hit with a two- double Named after President Jimmy Carter. Her three younger siblings are also named after presidents - Regan, Taylor and McKinley Majoring in marketing GAME-BY-GAME SEASON STATS 2018 Mississippi State Softball Individual Game-by-Game for Mississippi State (as of May 08, 2018) #17 Carter Spexarth - 22 games (All games) Date Opponent Pos AB R H 2B 3B HR BB SB CS HBP SAC SF GDP K PO A E Avg Mar 02 LAMAR ph Mar 03 MERCER *dh Mar 10 UMASS LOWELL ph Mar 11 UMASS LOWELL ph Mar 13 at Samford ph Mar 21 CENTRAL ARKANSAS ph Mar 27 at Alabama State ph Mar 31 at Arkansas *dh Apr 01 at Arkansas ph Apr 07 TEXAS A&M-1 ph Apr 08 TEXAS A&M ph Apr 16 at Ole Miss ph/of Apr 17 MEMPHIS *of/dh Apr 20 FLORIDA ph Apr 21 FLORIDA-1 *of Apr 21 FLORIDA-2 *of Apr 25 at Troy *dh Apr 27 at South Carolina ph/dh Apr 28 at South Carolina *of/dh May 04 TENNESSEE ph May 05 TENNESSEE ph May 06 TENNESSEE ph Totals 7gs On base pct..316 Slugging pct..382 HIGHLIGHTS AND NOTABLES SPEXARTH S CAREER HIGHS 4 at Troy (4/25/18) Runs Scored 1, 4x, last vs. Florida (4/21/18) 2 at Ole Miss (4/16/18) s 3, twice, last at Ole Miss (4/16/18) 1, twice, last vs. UMass Lowell (3/11/18) Home Runs 1 at Ole Miss (4/16/18) 1, 4x, last vs. Tennessee (5/6/18) 2 games, twice, last 4/16/18 at Ole Miss to 4/17/18 vs. Memphis SPEXARTH S SEASON HIGHS 4 at Troy (4/25/18) Runs Scored 1, 4x, last vs. Florida (4/21/18) 2 at Ole Miss (4/16/18) s 3, twice, last at Ole Miss (4/16/18) 1, twice, last vs. UMass Lowell (3/11/18) Home Runs 1 at Ole Miss (4/16/18) 1, 4x, last vs. Tennessee (5/6/18) 2 games, twice, last 4/16/18 at Ole Miss to 4/17/18 vs. Memphis Multiple-Hit Games 2018: Total Multiple- Games 2018: Total GAME NOTES

51 MORGAN BELL Sr. INF R/R BRASELTON, GA. MILL CREEK HS Made 51 appearances, earning 46 starts with 28 at DP, seven in the outfield and one at first base Opened senior weekend with a career-high three hits versus Tennessee (5/4). She also knocked two home runs in the series, tying the MSU senior record with 10 homers this season Tied the Mississippi State program record with her third career grand slam with her second bases-loaded bomb of the season at Memphis on March 14. She tied her career-high with five in the contest With a sacrifice fly and her second career grand slam, recorded a career-high five s versus Illinois on March 9. She is just the 11th Bulldog in program history with multiple grand slams over a career Knock a career-high two doubles on March 7 versus Boston College, plating two runs for her third multi- game of the season Slugged a pinch-hit home run in MSU s comeback victory over San Jose State (2/24) Drove in the game-winning run in the eighth inning with a single to left field to lift MSU to a 3-2 extrainning win over Southeastern Louisiana (2/20) Majoring in both management and marketing GAME-BY-GAME SEASON STATS #19 Morgan Bell - 51 games (All games) Date Opponent Pos AB R H 2B 3B HR BB SB CS HBP SAC SF GDP K PO A E Avg Feb 09 MISSISSIPPI VALLEY *dh/1b Feb 09 OMAHA *dh Feb 11 MISSOURI STATE *of Feb 11 MISSISSIPPI VALLEY *of/of Feb 15 UT MARTIN *of Feb 16 MURRAY STATE *1b Feb 16 DRAKE *of Feb 17 SOUTH ALABAMA *dh Feb 20 SOUTHEASTERN LA. *dh Feb 22 vs Arizona State *dh Feb 24 vs San Jose State ph Feb 24 vs Cal State Fullerton *dh Mar 02 LAMAR *dh Mar 03 MERCER *of/of Mar 03 SAM HOUSTON STAT *dh Mar 04 SAM HOUSTON STAT *dh Mar 07 BOSTON COLLEGE *dh Mar 09 ILLINOIS-1 *dh Mar 09 ILLINOIS-2 *dh Mar 10 UMASS LOWELL *dh Mar 11 UMASS LOWELL *of Mar 13 at Samford *of Mar 14 at Memphis *dh Mar 16 at Missouri *dh Mar 17 at Missouri *dh Mar 18 at Missouri *of/dh Mar 21 CENTRAL ARKANSAS *dh Mar 23 GEORGIA *dh Mar 24 GEORGIA *dh Mar 25 GEORGIA *dh Mar 27 at Alabama State *dh Mar 30 at Arkansas *dh Mar 31 at Arkansas *of Apr 01 at Arkansas *dh Apr 07 TEXAS A&M-1 *dh Apr 07 TEXAS A&M-2 *dh Apr 08 TEXAS A&M *dh Apr 15 at Ole Miss *dh Apr 15 at Ole Miss *dh Apr 16 at Ole Miss *dh Apr 17 MEMPHIS *dh Apr 20 FLORIDA *dh Apr 21 FLORIDA-1 *dh Apr 21 FLORIDA-2 *dh Apr 25 at Troy ph Apr 27 at South Carolina *dh Apr 28 at South Carolina *dh Apr 29 at South Carolina *dh May 04 TENNESSEE *dh May 05 TENNESSEE *dh May 06 TENNESSEE *dh Totals 49gs On base pct..349 Slugging pct..576 HIGHLIGHTS AND NOTABLES BELL S CAREER HIGHS 5 vs. Georgia State (2/12/17) 3, twice, last vs. Tennessee (5/4/18) Runs 2, 4x, last at Memphis (3/14/18) 5, twice, last at Memphis (3/14/18) 2 vs. Boston College (3/7/18) Triples 1, twice, last vs. Central Arkansas (3/21/18) Home Runs 1, 17x, last vs. Tennessee (5/6/18) 2, twice, last vs. Texas A&M (4/7/18) 13, vs. Samford (2/21/16) 2, vs. Houston (2/14/16) 5 games, twice, last 3/11/18 vs. UMass Lowell to 3/17/18 at Missouri BELL S SEASON HIGHS 4, 6x, last at Ole Miss (4/15/18) 3 vs. Tennessee (5/4/18) Runs 2, twice, last at Memphis (3/14/18) 5, twice, last at Memphis (3/14/18) 2 vs. Boston College (3/7/18) Triples 1, twice, last vs. Central Arkansas (3/21/18) Home Runs 1, 10x, last vs. Tennessee (5/6/18) 2 vs. Texas A&M (4/7/18) 5 vs. Murray State (2/16/18) 1 vs. Drake (2/16/18) 5 games (3/11/18 vs. UMass Lowell to 3/17/18 at Missouri) Multiple-Hit Games 2018: : : : Total Multiple- Games 2018: : : : Total GAME NOTES 51

52 52 SARAI NIU Jr. INF R/R SAN DIEGO, CALIF. CATHEDRAL CATHOLIC HS Appeared in 54 of MSU s 55 games, earning 54 starts at first base Plated both of MSU s runs in the series opener versus No. 5 Florida (4/20) for her seventh multi- game of the year Has been hit by a pitch 35 times in her career to ranked third all-time in MSU program history On March 25, slugged the first home run allowed by Georgia ace Brittany Gray this season Went a perfect 3-for-3 at the plate against Missouri on March 17, setting a career hit for hits in the game Slugged first home run of the season versus Mercer on March 2 Turned in a career performance versus No. 16 Oklahoma State (2/23), slugging a career-best two doubles for a career-high four. She also scored the go-ahead run in MSU s comeback win over the Cowgirls Recorded a season-high 13 putouts versus Drake (2/16) Her lone assist against MVSU (2/9) came in the fifth inning, saving Holly Ward s perfect game. Majoring in sociology GAME-BY-GAME SEASON STATS #21 Sarai Niu - 54 games (All games) Date Opponent Pos AB R H 2B 3B HR BB SB CS HBP SAC SF GDP K PO A E Avg Feb 09 MISSISSIPPI VALLEY *1b/dh Feb 09 OMAHA *1b Feb 11 MISSOURI STATE *1b Feb 11 MISSISSIPPI VALLEY *1b Feb 15 UT MARTIN *1b Feb 16 DRAKE *1b Feb 17 SOUTH ALABAMA *1b Feb 18 DRAKE *1b Feb 20 SOUTHEASTERN LA. *1b Feb 22 vs Arizona State *1b Feb 22 vs Nebraska *1b Feb 23 vs Oklahoma State *1b Feb 24 vs San Jose State *1b Feb 24 vs Cal State Fullerton *1b Mar 02 LAMAR *1b Mar 03 MERCER *1b Mar 03 SAM HOUSTON STAT *1b Mar 04 SAM HOUSTON STAT *1b Mar 07 BOSTON COLLEGE *1b Mar 09 ILLINOIS-1 *1b Mar 09 ILLINOIS-2 *1b Mar 10 UMASS LOWELL *1b Mar 11 UMASS LOWELL *1b Mar 13 at Samford *1b Mar 14 at Memphis *1b Mar 16 at Missouri *1b Mar 17 at Missouri *1b Mar 18 at Missouri *1b Mar 21 CENTRAL ARKANSAS *1b Mar 23 GEORGIA *1b Mar 24 GEORGIA *1b Mar 25 GEORGIA *1b Mar 27 at Alabama State *1b Mar 30 at Arkansas *1b Mar 31 at Arkansas *1b Apr 01 at Arkansas *1b Apr 07 TEXAS A&M-1 *1b Apr 07 TEXAS A&M-2 *1b Apr 08 TEXAS A&M *1b Apr 10 ALCORN STATE *1b Apr 15 at Ole Miss *1b Apr 15 at Ole Miss *1b Apr 16 at Ole Miss *1b Apr 17 MEMPHIS *1b Apr 20 FLORIDA *1b Apr 21 FLORIDA-1 *1b Apr 21 FLORIDA-2 *1b Apr 25 at Troy *1b Apr 27 at South Carolina *1b Apr 28 at South Carolina *1b Apr 29 at South Carolina *1b May 04 TENNESSEE *1b May 05 TENNESSEE *1b May 06 TENNESSEE *1b Totals 54gs On base pct..390 Slugging pct..454 HIGHLIGHTS AND NOTABLES GAME NOTES NIU S CAREER HIGHS 5, twice, last vs. Kentucky (5/7/17) 3 at Missouri (3/17/18) Runs 2, 6x, last vs. Central Arkansas (3/21/18) 4 vs. Oklahoma State (2/23/18) 2 vs. Oklahoma State (2/23/18) Triples 1, twice, last at Missouri (3/18/18) Home Runs 1, 9x, last vs. Tennessee (5/5/18) 2, vs. Cal State Fullerton (3/12/16) Stolen Bases 1, 4x, last vs. UMass Lowell (3/10/18) 17, vs. LSU (4/16/16) 2, 3x, last vs. Tennessee 95/4/18) 10 games (3/2/18 vs. Lamar to 3/13/18 at Samford) NIU S SEASON HIGHS 4, 10x, last vs. Florida (4/21/18) 3 at Missouri (3/17/18) Runs 2, 4x, last vs. Central Arkansas (3/21/18) 4 vs. Oklahoma State (2/23/18) 2 vs. Oklahoma State (2/23/18) Triples 1 at Missouri (3/18/18) Home Runs 1, 4x, last vs. Tennessee (5/5/18) 1, 15x, last vs. Tennessee (5/6/18) Stolen Bases 1 vs. UMass Lowell (3/10/18) 13, twice, last vs. Florida (4/21/18) 2, twice, last vs. Tennessee (5/4/18) 10 games (3/2/18 vs. Lamar to 3/13/18 at Samford) Multiple-Hit Games 2018: : : Total Multiple- Games 2018: : : Total:

53 LINDSEY WILLIAMS 22 So. INF R/R 5-5 MOBILE, ALA. UMS-WRIGHT PREPARATORY SCHOOL HIGHLIGHTS AND NOTABLES Appeared in eight games off the bench for the Bulldogs Made her first start in SEC play, playing third base at Ole Miss on April 16 Earned the first start of her career versus Alcorn State on April 10, going 1-for-3 with an single Knocked an single and scored her first-career run against UMass Lowell on March 11 Recorded a career-high two putouts playing second base off the bench versus Murray State (2/16) Made season debut off the bench versus MVSU (2/9) as a pinch hitter with a pinch-hit single. Also recorded a tough putout play at first base to save Holly Ward s perfect game in the season-opener versus the Devilettes Majoring in civil engineering WILLIAMS CAREER HIGHS 3 vs. Alcorn State (4/10/18) Runs Scored 1, twice, last at Ole Miss (4/15/18) 1, 5x, last vs. Alcorn State (4/10/18) 1, 3x, last vs. Alcorn State (4/10/18) 1 vs. Jackson State (4/5/17) 2 vs. Murray State (2/16/18) 2 at Alabama State (3/27/18) 1 game, 4x, last (3/21/18 vs. Central Arkansas) GAME-BY-GAME SEASON STATS 2018 Mississippi State Softball Individual Game-by-Game for Mississippi State (as of May 08, 2018) #22 Lindsey Williams - 10 games (All games) Date Opponent Pos AB R H 2B 3B HR BB SB CS HBP SAC SF GDP K PO A E Avg Feb 09 MISSISSIPPI VALLEY ph/2b Feb 16 MURRAY STATE 2b Mar 03 SAM HOUSTON STAT 2b Mar 11 UMASS LOWELL ph/2b Mar 13 at Samford 3b/2b Mar 21 CENTRAL ARKANSAS ph Mar 27 at Alabama State 2b Apr 10 ALCORN STATE *2b Apr 15 at Ole Miss 3b Apr 16 at Ole Miss *3b Totals 2gs On base pct..385 Slugging pct..333 WILLIAMS SEASON HIGHS 3 vs. Alcorn State (4/10/18) Runs Scored 1, twice, last at Ole Miss (4/15/18) 1, 5x, last vs. Alcorn State (4/10/18) 1, twice, last vs. Alcorn State (4/10/18) 2 vs. Murray State (2/16/18) 2 at Alabama State (3/27/18) 1 game, 4x, last (3/21/18 vs. Central Arkansas) Multiple-Hit Games 2018: : Total Multiple- Games 2018: : Total GAME NOTES 53

54 TAYLOR KELLY Jr. INF R/R CALHOUN, GA. CALHOUN HS Has made 10 appearances as a pinch hitter over her junior season and earned her first start of the year at designated player versus Missouri (3/18) Picked up her second start of the season on April 10, playing outfield versus Alcorn State Knocked an pinch-hit single versus the No. 10 Aggies in the series finale (4/8) that would tie the game in the fourth and ultimately send the contest to extra innings With the bases loaded and two outs, drew a pinch-hit walk to walk-off a 5-4 victory over No. 10 Texas A&M in the 10th inning (4/7) Recorded her first hit of the year with a pinch-hit single at Missouri on March 17 Her 2018 season debut came as a pinch hitter versus Mississippi Valley (2/9) Majoring in kinesiology GAME-BY-GAME SEASON STATS 2018 Mississippi State Softball Individual Game-by-Game for Mississippi State (as of May 08, 2018) #23 Taylor Kelly - 12 games (All games) Date Opponent Pos AB R H 2B 3B HR BB SB CS HBP SAC SF GDP K PO A E Avg Feb 09 MISSISSIPPI VALLEY ph Feb 22 vs Arizona State ph Mar 03 SAM HOUSTON STAT ph Mar 09 ILLINOIS-1 ph Mar 16 at Missouri ph Mar 17 at Missouri ph Mar 18 at Missouri *dh Mar 27 at Alabama State ph/of Apr 07 TEXAS A&M-1 ph/dh Apr 07 TEXAS A&M-2 ph Apr 08 TEXAS A&M ph/of Apr 10 ALCORN STATE *of Totals 2gs On base pct..294 Slugging pct..200 HIGHLIGHTS AND NOTABLES KELLY S CAREER HIGHS 3, 9x, last at Alabama State (3/27/18) 2, vs. SELA (3/22/16) Runs 2 vs. Jackson State (4/5/17) 1, 5x, last vs. Texas A&M (4/8/18) 1, vs. SELA (3/22/16) 2, vs. SELA (3/22/16) 9, vs. Auburn (3/18/16) 1, at MVSU (4/28/16) 1 game, 8x, last at Alabama State (3/27/18) KELLY S SEASON HIGHS 3 at Alabama State (3/27/18) 1, 3x, last vs. Texas A&M (4/8/18) 1, twice, last vs. Texas A&M (4/8/17) 1, twice, last vs. Alcorn State (4/10/18) Multiple-Hit Games 2018: : : Total Multiple- Games 2018: : : Total GAME NOTES

55 CALYN ADAMS Sr. INF/C L/R CHESTERFIELD, VA. HOMESCHOOLED Started 51 contests for MSU with 40 coming at second base, nine behind the plate and two at third Set career high by slugging two doubles in series finale against No. 7 Georgia (3/25) Drove in the go-ahead run with an off a fielder s choice in the second inning during MSU s comeback win at Memphis on March 14 Tied MSU s single game record with two sacrifice flies against Sam Houston State (3/4). One of four Bulldogs to ever record two sacrifice flies in a single game and the first to do so since 2007 Slugged her first home run of the season versus #23 Nebraska (2/22) while scoring a career-high three runs Displayed her versatility in the field with a career-high six assists versus Missouri State (2/11) Set a career high with 13 putouts behind the dish versus Omaha (2/9) Majoring in agronomy GAME-BY-GAME SEASON STATS #24 Calyn Adams - 51 games (All games) Date Opponent Pos AB R H 2B 3B HR BB SB CS HBP SAC SF GDP K PO A E Avg Feb 09 MISSISSIPPI VALLEY *2b/c Feb 09 OMAHA *c Feb 11 MISSOURI STATE *2b Feb 15 UT MARTIN *2b Feb 16 MURRAY STATE *c Feb 16 DRAKE *2b Feb 17 SOUTH ALABAMA *2b Feb 18 DRAKE *2b/3b Feb 20 SOUTHEASTERN LA. *3b Feb 22 vs Arizona State *2b Feb 22 vs Nebraska *2b Feb 23 vs Oklahoma State *c Feb 24 vs San Jose State *2b Feb 24 vs Cal State Fullerton *2b Mar 02 LAMAR *2b Mar 03 MERCER *2b Mar 03 SAM HOUSTON STAT *2b/c Mar 04 SAM HOUSTON STAT *2b Mar 07 BOSTON COLLEGE *2b Mar 09 ILLINOIS-1 *2b Mar 10 UMASS LOWELL *c Mar 11 UMASS LOWELL *c Mar 13 at Samford *2b/3b Mar 14 at Memphis *2b Mar 16 at Missouri *2b Mar 17 at Missouri *2b Mar 18 at Missouri *2b Mar 21 CENTRAL ARKANSAS *2b Mar 23 GEORGIA *2b Mar 24 GEORGIA *2b Mar 25 GEORGIA *2b Mar 27 at Alabama State *c Mar 30 at Arkansas *2b Mar 31 at Arkansas *2b Apr 01 at Arkansas *2b Apr 07 TEXAS A&M-1 *2b Apr 07 TEXAS A&M-2 *2b Apr 08 TEXAS A&M *2b Apr 10 ALCORN STATE *c Apr 15 at Ole Miss *2b Apr 15 at Ole Miss *2b Apr 16 at Ole Miss *2b/3b Apr 17 MEMPHIS *3b Apr 20 FLORIDA *2b Apr 25 at Troy *2b/c Apr 27 at South Carolina *2b Apr 28 at South Carolina *2b Apr 29 at South Carolina *2b May 04 TENNESSEE *c May 05 TENNESSEE *2b May 06 TENNESSEE *c Totals 51gs On base pct..306 Slugging pct..312 HIGHLIGHTS AND NOTABLES ADAMS CAREER HIGHS 5, twice, last vs. LSU (4/16/16) 3 vs. South Carolina (4/8/17) Runs 3 vs. Nebraska (2/22/18) 3 vs. South Carolina (4/8/17) 2 vs. Georgia (2/25/18) Home Runs 1, 3x, last vs. Nebraska (2/22/18) 3 at Georgia (4/15/17) Stolen Bases 1 vs. South Carolina (4/9/17) 13 vs. Omaha (2/9/18) 6, twice, last vs. Missouri State (2/11/18) 7 games (2/26/17 vs. Southern Illinois to 3/5/17 vs. Central Arkansas 3/4/17) ADAMS SEASON HIGHS 4, 3x, last vs. Tennessee (5/4/18) 2, 6x, last vs. Georgia (3/25/18) Runs 3 vs. Nebraska (2/22/18) 2, 3x, last vs. Sam Houston State (3/4/18) 2 vs. Georgia (2/25/18) Home Runs 1 vs. Nebraska (2/22/18) 2, 3x, last vs. Texas A&M (4/7/18) 13 vs. Omaha (2/9/18) 6 vs. Missouri State (2/11/18) 3 games, 3x, last 3/23/18 vs. Georgia to 3/25/18 vs. Georgia Multiple-Hit Games : : : Total Multiple- Games : : : Total GAME NOTES 55

56 EMILY MITCHELL RFr. P R/R CALHOUN, GA. CALHOUN HS HIGHLIGHTS AND NOTABLES Made her collegiate debut at Alabama State (3/27), needing only six innings to retire the side in the top of the seventh. MITCHELL S CAREER HIGHS Innings Pitched 1.0 at Alabama State (3/27/18) MITCHELL S SEASON HIGHS Innings Pitched 1.0 at Alabama State (3/27/18) Standout Games (Career) 5+ Strikeout Games: Strikeout Games: 0 1 Run or Less CG:. 0 Complete Game Shutouts: 0 Streaks (Season/Career) Consecutive Wins: 0/0 Scoreless Innings: 1.0/1.0 GAME-BY-GAME SEASON STATS 2018 Mississippi State Softball Individual Game-by-Game for Mississippi State (as of May 08, 2018) #27 Emily Mitchell - 1 appearance (All games) Date Opponent GS IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR WP BK HBP IBB Score W-L Sv ERA NP Mar 27 at Alabama State Totals GAME NOTES

57 CARMEN CARTER Sr. OF R/R JACKSON, MISS. MADISON-RIDGELAND ACADEMY HIGHLIGHTS AND NOTABLES Made 50 appearances this season and has earned 38 starts in the outfield for the Bulldogs this season Recorded a career-high four putouts versus No. 5 Florida on April 21 Drove in the game-winning runs with an two- double vs. Memphis on April 17 Set a career high with two doubles at Samford on March 13 Over MSU s doubleheader versus Illinois (3/9), she slugged her first career triple and home run Turned in a career performance versus Sam Houston State (3/3) with a career highs in hits (2), runs scored (2) and s (2). The outing was the first multi- game of her career and the first multi-hit game of her career since 2016 First hit of the season came against #23 Nebraska (2/22) as she also scored her first run of her senior campaign in the contest Nickname is 31 from her coaches and teammates as a result of her ACT score of 31 Majoring in psychology CARTER S CAREER HIGHS 4, 4x, last at Ole Miss (4/16/18) 2, 4x, last at Samford (3/13/18) Runs 2, 4x, last vs. at Memphis (3/14/18) 2, 4x, last vs. Memphis (4/16/18) 2 at Samford (3/13/18) Triples 1, twice, last at Ole miss (4/15/18) Home Runs 1 vs. Illinois (3/9/18) Stolen Bases 2 vs. Southeastern Louisiana (3/22/16) 2, twice, last at Memphis (2/14/18) 4 vs. Florida (4/21/18) 5 games (3/9/18 vs. Illinois to 3/13/18 at Samford) GAME-BY-GAME SEASON STATS 2018 Mississippi State Softball Individual Game-by-Game for Mississippi State (as of May 08, 2018) #31 Carmen Carter - 50 games (All games) Date Opponent Pos AB R H 2B 3B HR BB SB CS HBP SAC SF GDP K PO A E Avg Feb 09 MISSISSIPPI VALLEY *of Feb 11 MISSISSIPPI VALLEY of Feb 15 UT MARTIN of Feb 16 MURRAY STATE *of Feb 16 DRAKE pr Feb 17 SOUTH ALABAMA of Feb 20 SOUTHEASTERN LA. of Feb 22 vs Arizona State of Feb 22 vs Nebraska *of Feb 23 vs Oklahoma State *of Feb 24 vs San Jose State *of Feb 24 vs Cal State Fullerton of Mar 02 LAMAR *of Mar 03 MERCER of Mar 03 SAM HOUSTON STAT *of Mar 04 SAM HOUSTON STAT *of Mar 07 BOSTON COLLEGE *of Mar 09 ILLINOIS-1 *of Mar 09 ILLINOIS-2 *of Mar 10 UMASS LOWELL *of Mar 11 UMASS LOWELL *of Mar 13 at Samford *of Mar 14 at Memphis *of Mar 16 at Missouri *of Mar 17 at Missouri *of Mar 18 at Missouri pr/of Mar 21 CENTRAL ARKANSAS *of Mar 23 GEORGIA *of Mar 24 GEORGIA *of Mar 25 GEORGIA *of Mar 27 at Alabama State *of Mar 30 at Arkansas *of Apr 01 at Arkansas *of Apr 07 TEXAS A&M-1 *of Apr 07 TEXAS A&M-2 *of Apr 10 ALCORN STATE ph Apr 15 at Ole Miss *of Apr 15 at Ole Miss *of Apr 16 at Ole Miss *of/of Apr 17 MEMPHIS *of Apr 20 FLORIDA *of Apr 21 FLORIDA-1 *of Apr 21 FLORIDA-2 *of Apr 25 at Troy *of Apr 27 at South Carolina *of/pr Apr 28 at South Carolina of Apr 29 at South Carolina ph/of May 04 TENNESSEE *of May 05 TENNESSEE *of May 06 TENNESSEE *of Totals 38gs On base pct..354 Slugging pct..400 CARTER S SEASON HIGHS 4, 3x, last at Ole Miss (4/16/18) 2, 3x, last at Samford (3/13/18) Runs 2, 4x, last vs. at Memphis (3/14/18) 2, 4x, last vs. Memphis (4/17/18) 2 at Samford (3/13/18) Triples 1, twice, last at Ole Miss (4/15/18) Home Runs 1 vs. Illinois (3/9/18) Stolen Bases 1, 3x, last vs. Central Arkansas (3/21/18) 2, twice, last at Memphis (2/14/18) 4 vs. Florida (4/21/18) 5 games (3/9/18 vs. Illinois to 3/13/18 at Samford) Multiple-Hit Games 2018: : : : Total Multiple- Games 2018: : : : Total GAME NOTES 57

58 MONTANA DAVIDSON 32 So. INF R/R 5-4 HILLSBOROUGH, N.C. ORANGE HS HIGHLIGHTS AND NOTABLES Made six appearances over her debut season, seeing time as a pinch hitter and at third base Went 3-for-9 at the plate (.333) with a double and run scored Made MSU debut against Alabama State (March 2) recording her first collegiate hit during a pinch-hit at-bat Younger sister is MSU freshman Mia Davidson Majoring in kinesiology DAVIDSON S CAREER HIGHS 2, 3x, last at Alcorn State (4/19/17) 1, 3x, last vs. Mississippi Valley State (3/29/17) Runs 1 vs. Central Arkansas (3/5/17) 1 vs. Central Arkansas (3/5/17) 1, 3x, last at Alcorn State (4/18/17) 2 games (3/2/17 vs. Alabama St. to 3/5/17 vs. Central Ark.) DAVIDSON S SEASON HIGHS Runs GAME-BY-GAME SEASON STATS Triples Home Runs Stolen Bases Multiple-Hit Games 2018: : Total Multiple- Games 2018: Total GAME NOTES

59 MIA DAVIDSON Fr. C/INF R/R HILLSBOROUGH, N.C. ORANGE HS SEC Freshman of the Year - just the third Bulldog to ever win the award. Also named First Team All-SEC and SEC All-Freshman Team Top 25 finalist for Schutt Sports/NFCA National Freshman of the Year - the first Bulldog to ever be named a finalist for the award SEC Freshman of the Week (Feb. 12, March 13, April 17) - the first MSU freshman to win the award at least three times in school history The only Bulldog freshmen to start all 55 games for MSU with 46 starts behind the plate, eigh at third base and one at DP Leads MSU with 19 multi-hit contests and 15 multi- contests over her debut season. She has recorded a hit in 43 of MSU s 55 games and is the only Bulldogs with 45 or more hits, runs scored and s this season Recorded two home runs over the Tennessee series (5/4-5/6) to break the MSU freshman record with 18 on the season. The mark also ties All- American Iyhia McMichael for the MSU single-season record. Reached base in all four plate appearances at Troy (4/25), going 1-for-1 with a career-high three walks Went 2-for-3, recording two s and a career-high three runs scored at Alabama State (3/27) Recorded a career-high 16 putouts versus Drake (2/18) Slugged her first career triple versus UT Martin on Feb. 15 Closed opening day with a 3-for-3 performance with three s versus Omaha (2/9), slugging her first collegiate home run over the Nusz Park video board Knocked first collegiate hit and scored two runs in her collegiate debut versus Mississippi Valley (2/9) Younger sister to MSU infielder Montana Davidson Majoring in kinesiology GAME-BY-GAME SEASON STATS #33 Mia Davidson - 55 games (All games) Date Opponent Pos AB R H 2B 3B HR BB SB CS HBP SAC SF GDP K PO A E Avg Feb 09 MISSISSIPPI VALLEY *c Feb 09 OMAHA *3b Feb 11 MISSOURI STATE *c Feb 11 MISSISSIPPI VALLEY *c Feb 15 UT MARTIN *c Feb 16 MURRAY STATE *3b Feb 16 DRAKE *c Feb 17 SOUTH ALABAMA *c Feb 18 DRAKE *c Feb 20 SOUTHEASTERN LA. *c Feb 22 vs Arizona State *c Feb 22 vs Nebraska *c Feb 23 vs Oklahoma State *3b Feb 24 vs San Jose State *c Feb 24 vs Cal State Fullerton *c Mar 02 LAMAR *c Mar 03 MERCER *c Mar 03 SAM HOUSTON STAT *c Mar 04 SAM HOUSTON STAT *c Mar 07 BOSTON COLLEGE *c Mar 09 ILLINOIS-1 *c Mar 09 ILLINOIS-2 *c Mar 10 UMASS LOWELL *3b Mar 11 UMASS LOWELL *3b Mar 13 at Samford *c Mar 14 at Memphis *c Mar 16 at Missouri *c Mar 17 at Missouri *c Mar 18 at Missouri *c Mar 21 CENTRAL ARKANSAS *c Mar 23 GEORGIA *c Mar 24 GEORGIA *c Mar 25 GEORGIA *c Mar 27 at Alabama State *3b Mar 30 at Arkansas *c Mar 31 at Arkansas *c Apr 01 at Arkansas *c Apr 07 TEXAS A&M-1 *c Apr 07 TEXAS A&M-2 *c Apr 08 TEXAS A&M *c Apr 10 ALCORN STATE *dh Apr 15 at Ole Miss *c Apr 15 at Ole Miss *c Apr 16 at Ole Miss *c Apr 17 MEMPHIS *c Apr 20 FLORIDA *c Apr 21 FLORIDA-1 *c Apr 21 FLORIDA-2 *c Apr 25 at Troy *c Apr 27 at South Carolina *c Apr 28 at South Carolina *c Apr 29 at South Carolina *c May 04 TENNESSEE *3b May 05 TENNESSEE *c May 06 TENNESSEE *3b Totals 55gs On base pct..457 Slugging pct..797 HIGHLIGHTS AND NOTABLES DAVIDSON S CAREER HIGHS 5 vs. Oklahoma State (2/23/18) 3, 3x, last at Ole Miss (4/15/18) Runs 3, twice, last vs. Alcorn State (4/10/18) 3, 4x, last vs. Tennessee (5/5/18) 1, 13x, last at Ole Miss (4/15/18) Triples 1, twice, last vs. South Alabama (2/17/18) Home Runs 1, 18x, last vs. Tennessee (4/6/18) 3 at Troy (4/25/18) Stolen Bases 1, twice, last vs. Boston College (3/7/18) 16 vs. Drake (2/18/18) 3 vs. Lamar (3/2/18) 16 games (2/9/18 vs. MVSU to 3/2/18 vs. Lamar) DAVIDSON S SEASON HIGHS 5 vs. Oklahoma State (2/23/18) 3, 3x, last at Ole Miss (4/15/18) Runs 3, twice, last vs. Alcorn State (4/10/18) 3, 4x, last vs. Tennessee (5/5/18) 1, 13x, last at Ole Miss (4/15/18) Triples 1, twice, last vs. South Alabama (2/17/18) Home Runs 1, 18x, last vs. Tennessee (4/6/18) 3 at Troy (4/25/18) Stolen Bases 1, twice, last vs. Boston College (3/7/18) 16 vs. Drake (2/18/18) 3 vs. Lamar (3/2/18) 16 games (2/9/18 vs. MVSU to 3/2/18 vs. Lamar) Multiple-Hit Games 2018: Total Multiple- Games 2018: Total GAME NOTES 59

60 LEXI MALONE So. C R/R PETAL, MISS. PETAL HIGH SCHOOL HIGHLIGHTS AND NOTABLES Made season debut as a pinch hitter vs. MVSU (2/11), knocking a pinch-hit single Majoring is undeclared MALONE S CAREER HIGHS 2 vs. Mississippi Valley State (3/29/17) 1, 2x, last vs. MVSU (2/11/18) Runs 1, twice, last Jackson State (4/5/17) 1 vs. Central Arkansas (3/5/17) 1 game, twice, last vs. MVSU (2/11/18) MALONE S SEASON HIGHS 1 vs. MVSU (2/11/18) 1 vs. MVSU (2/11/18) 1 game (2/11/18 vs. MVSU) GAME-BY-GAME SEASON STATS 2018 Mississippi State Softball Individual Game-by-Game for Mississippi State (as of May 08, 2018) #55 Lexi Malone - 1 game (All games) Date Opponent Pos AB R H 2B 3B HR BB SB CS HBP SAC SF GDP K PO A E Avg Feb 11 MISSISSIPPI VALLEY ph Totals 0gs On base pct Slugging pct Multiple-Hit Games 2018: : Total Multiple- Games 2018: Total GAME NOTES

61 EMILY WILLIAMS Fr. P R/R CARROLLTON, GA. CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL Started 15 contests for the Bulldogs in the circle, making three relief appearances for MSU. Made her first relief appearance of her career versus No. 10 Texas A&M (4/8), tossing 3.1 innings of hitless softball Tossed her first-complete game versus Mercer (3/3/18) and struck out a career-high 13 batters for her first double-digit strikeout performance Tied her career high with seven strikeouts versus Southeastern Louisiana (2/20) Earned her second victory of her career versus Murray State (2/16) allowing just one run over 4.0 innings of work and tying her career high with seven strikeouts Made collegiate debut in the circle with a start against MVSU (2/11), earning her first victory after striking out seven and allowing just one hit over 4.0 innings of work Major is undecided GAME-BY-GAME SEASON STATS 2018 Mississippi State Softball Individual Game-by-Game for Mississippi State (as of May 08, 2018) #58 Emily Williams - 4 games (All games) Date Opponent Pos AB R H 2B 3B HR BB SB CS HBP SAC SF GDP K PO A E Avg Feb 11 MISSISSIPPI VALLEY *p Mar 03 MERCER *p Mar 23 GEORGIA *p Apr 17 MEMPHIS *p Totals 4gs On base pct..000 Slugging pct..000 HIGHLIGHTS AND NOTABLES #58 Emily Williams - 18 appearances (All games) Date Opponent GS IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR WP BK HBP IBB Score W-L Sv ERA NP Feb 11 MISSISSIPPI VALLEY * Feb 16 MURRAY STATE * Feb 17 SOUTH ALABAMA * Feb 20 SOUTHEASTERN LA. * Feb 23 vs Oklahoma State * Feb 24 vs San Jose State * Mar 03 MERCER * Mar 10 UMASS LOWELL * Mar 18 at Missouri * Mar 23 GEORGIA * Mar 27 at Alabama State * Mar 31 at Arkansas * Apr 01 at Arkansas * Apr 08 TEXAS A&M Apr 16 at Ole Miss Apr 17 MEMPHIS * Apr 28 at South Carolina May 04 TENNESSEE * Totals WILLIAMS CAREER HIGHS Innings Pitched 7.0 vs Mercer (3/3/18) Strikeouts 13 vs. Mercer (3/3/18) Allowed 6, twice, last vs. Georgia (3/23/18) Allowed 6, 3x, last vs. Memphis (4/17/18) Runs Allowed 3, 4x, last vs. Tennessee (5/4/18) Earned Runs Allowed 3 vs. Tennessee (5/4/18) WILLIAMS SEASON HIGHS Innings Pitched 7.0 vs Mercer (3/3/18) Strikeouts 13 vs. Mercer (3/3/18) Allowed 6, twice, last vs. Georgia (3/23/18) Allowed 6, 3x, last vs. Memphis (4/17/18) Runs Allowed 3, 4x, last vs. Tennessee (5/4/18) Earned Runs Allowed 3 vs. Tennessee (5/4/18) Standout Games (Career) 5+ Strikeout Games: Strikeout Games: 1 1 Run or Less CG:. 2 Complete Game Shutouts: 0 Streaks (Season/Career) Consecutive Wins: 5/5 Scoreless Innings: 6.0/6.0 GAME NOTES 61

62 2018 RESULTS MSU OPPONENT OVERALL SEC PITCHER OF DATE OPPONENT W/L SCORE R-H-E R-H-E INNINGS RECORD RECORD RECORD ATT TIME Feb. 9! Mississippi Valley State W Ward (1-0) --- 1:33 Feb. 9! Omaha W Knudsen (1-0) 236 1:46 Feb. 11! Missouri State W Ward (2-0) --- 1:53 Feb. 11! Mississippi Valley State W Williams (1-0) 414 1:51 Feb. 15 UT Martin W Knudsen (2-0) 303 1:15 Feb. Murray State W Williams (2-0) --- 1:54 Feb. Drake L (8) Ward (2-1) 634 2:11 Feb. South Alabama W Ward (3-1) 462 2:18 Feb. Drake W Knudsen (3-0) 486 1:57 Feb. 20 Southeastern Louisiana W (8) Ward (4-1) 461 2:10 Feb. 22 # #15 Arizona State L Ward (4-2) 220 1:39 Feb. 22 # #23 Nebraska W Knudsen (4-0) --- 1:20 Feb. 23 # #16 Oklahoma State W Ward (5-2) 176 2:15 Feb. 24 # San Jose State W Ward (6-2) 274 2:03 Feb. 25 # Cal State Fullerton L Knudsen (4-1) 215 1:43 March 2 % Lamar W Denis (1-0) 459 1:53 March 3 % Mercer W Williams (3-0) --- 2:34 March 3 % Sam Houston State W Knudsen (5-1) 883 1:20 March 4 % Sam Houston State W Ward (7-2) 536 1:26 March 7 Boston College W Knudsen (6-1) 223 1:46 March 9 Illinois W Ward (8-2) --- 2:03 March 9 Illinois W Knudsen (7-1) 384 1:22 March 10 UMass Lowell W Williams (4-0) --- 1:59 March 11 UMass Lowell W Denis (2-0) 467 1:24 March 13 Samford W Denis (3-0) 305 1:32 March 14 Memphis W Knudsen (8-1) 367 2:07 March 17 * Missouri W Ward (9-2) 348 2:20 March 18 * Missouri L Knudsen (8-2) 426 2:15 March 19 * Missouri W Ward (10-2) 503 2:17 March 21 Central Arkansas W Knudsen (9-2) 268 1:48 March 23 * Georgia L Denis (3-1) 419 2:09 March 24 * Georgia W Knudsen (10-2) 623 2:07 March 25 * Georgia L Knudsen (10-3) 537 2:15 March 27 Alabama State W Denis (4-1) 176 2:00 March 30 * Arkansas L Ward (10-3) 834 2:01 March 31 * Arkansas L Denis (4-2) 988 1:47 April 1 * Arkansas L Ward (10-4) 225 2:28 April 7 * Texas A&M L Knudsen (10-4) --- 2:00 April 7 * Texas A&M W (10) Knudsen (11-4) 573 3:30 April 8 * Texas A&M L (8) Knudsen (11-5) 414 2:33 April 10 Alcorn State W Ward (11-4) 327 1:26 April 15 * Ole Miss W Knudsen (12-5) 402 2:19 April 15 * Ole Miss W Ward (12-4) 402 2:05 April 16 * Ole Miss L Ward (12-5) 431 2:31 April 17 Memphis W Williams (5-0) 316 2:03 April 20 * Florida L Denis (4-3) 903 2:21 April 21 * Florida L Knudsen (13-5) 1,562 2:13 April 21 * Florida L Ward (12-6) 675 1:53 April 25 Troy W Ward (13-6) 1,087 1:51 April 27 * South Carolina L Knudsen (12-7) 1,382 2:16 April 28 * South Carolina L Knudsen (12-8) 1,513 2:02 April 29 * South Carolina L Ward (13-7) 1,573 2:08 May 4 * Tennessee L Williams (5-1) 743 2:57 May 5 * Tennessee W Ward (14-7) 586 2:20 May 6 * Tennessee L Knudsen (12-9) 1,052 2:30 HOME GAMES IN BOLD // CAPS! - Bulldog Kickoff Classic (Starkville, - February Freezer (Starkville, Miss.) # - Mary Nutter Collegiate Classic (Palm Springs, Calif.) * - Conference Game () - extra inning game 62 GAME NOTES

63 2018 Mississippi State Softball Overall Statistics for Mississippi State (as of May 06, 2018) (All games Sorted by Batting avg) Record: Home: Away: 8-8 Neutral: 3-2 SEC: 7-17 Player avg gp-gs ab r h 2b 3b hr rbi tb slg% bb hp so gdp ob% sf sh sb-att po a e fld% 12 Grace Dabbs Mia Davidson Kat Moore Emily Heimberger Sarai Niu Bevia Robinson Morgan Bell Reggie Harrison Maddie Dorsett Carmen Carter Calyn Adams Lexi Malone Lindsey Williams Candace Denis Carter Spexarth Alex Wilcox Taylor Kelly O'Neil Roberson Macey Petrey Cassady Knudsen Holly Ward Totals Opponents LOB - Team (327), Opp (345). DPs turned - Team (14), Opp (19). IBB - Team (5), Mi. Davidson 5. (All games Sorted by Earned run avg) 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 14 Holly Ward / Cassady Knudsen / Candace Denis / Emily Mitchell / Emily Williams / Totals / Opponents / PB - Team (6), Mi. Davidson 5, C. Adams 1, Opp (13). Pickoffs - Team (3), Mi. Davidson 3. SBA/ATT - Mi. Davidson (27-37), C. Knudsen (10-13), H. Ward (8-12), C. Denis (5-9), E. Williams (4-5). GAME NOTES 63

64 2018 Mississippi State Softball Conference statistics for Mississippi State (as of May 06, 2018) (SEC games only Sorted by Batting avg) Record: 7-17 Home: 3-9 Away: 4-8 SEC: 7-17 Player avg gp-gs ab r h 2b 3b hr rbi tb slg% bb hp so gdp ob% sf sh sb-att po a e fld% 2 Kat Moore Mia Davidson Emily Heimberger Sarai Niu Reggie Harrison Morgan Bell Carter Spexarth Bevia Robinson Calyn Adams Carmen Carter Taylor Kelly Macey Petrey O'Neil Roberson Candace Denis Lindsey Williams Maddie Dorsett Grace Dabbs Totals Opponents LOB - Team (156), Opp (185). DPs turned - Team (11), Opp (11). IBB - Team (3), Mi. Davidson 3. (SEC games only Sorted by Earned run avg) 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 14 Holly Ward / Candace Denis / Cassady Knudsen / Emily Williams / Totals / Opponents / PB - Team (4), Mi. Davidson 3, C. Adams 1, Opp (2). Pickoffs - Team (2), Mi. Davidson 2. SBA/ATT - Mi. Davidson (10-14), C. Denis (4-5), H. Ward (4-5), C. Knudsen (2-4). 64 GAME NOTES

65 2018 MISSISSIPPI STATE SOFTBALL TV/RADIO ROSTER 00 Bevia Robinson UTL 5-3 L/R RJr. Harvest, Ala Macey Petrey INF 5-8 R/R Fr. Demopolis, Ala. Kat Moore OF 5-4 L/R Jr. Holly Springs, Miss. Candace Denis P/UTL 5-9 L/R So. Malakoff, Texas Reggie Harrison INF 5-9 R/R Sr. Magnolia, Texas 13 Alex Wilcox OF 5-9 R/R Fr. Brantley, Ala. 14 O'Neil Roberson INF 5-9 R/R Fr. Birmingham, Ala Holly Ward P 5-9 R/R Sr. Haleyville, Ala. Calyn Adams INF/C 5-7 L/R Sr. Chesterfield, Va. 55 Lexi Malone C 5-10 R/R So. Petal, Miss. Carter Spexarth P/UTL 5-7 R/R Fr. The Woodlands, Texas Carmen Carter OF 5-10 R/R Sr. Jackson, Miss. Vann Stuedeman Head Coach Seventh Season Sarai Niu INF 5-10 R/R Jr. San Diego, Calif. Lindsey Williams INF 5-5 R/R So. Mobile, Ala. 33 Montana Davidson INF 5-4 R/R So. Hillsborough, N.C. Samantha Ricketts Assistant Coach Fourth Season Grace Dabbs OF 5-9 L/R Fr. Philadelphia, Miss Emily Williams P 5-8 R/R Fr. Carrollton, Ga. Maddie Dorsett OF 5-6 R/R So. Trussville, Ala. 12 Emily Heimberger UTL 5-4 L/R Jr. Pawleys Island, S.C. Morgan Bell INF 5-7 R/R Sr. Braselton, Ga. Emily Mitchell P 5-9 R/R RFr. Calhoun, Ga. 5 Cassady Knudsen P 5-9 R/R Sr. Altoona, Iowa Kinsey Goelz INF 5-3 R/R Fr. Myakka City, Fla Taylor Kelly UTL 5-8 R/R Jr. Calhoun, Ga. Brooke Cantillo OF 5-2 L/R Fr. Lake Elsinore, Calif.. 4 Tyler Bratton Assistant Coach Fifth Season Mia Davidson C/INF 5-5 R/R Fr. Hillsborough, N.C.

2018 SOFTBALL GAME NOTES

2018 SOFTBALL GAME NOTES 14 NCAA TOURNAMENT APPEARANCES 2018 SOFTBALL GAME NOTES Softball Contact: Taylor Shirey Twitter: @taylor_shirey14 Email: tshirey@athletics.msstate.edu Cell: (256) 899-6482 Office: (662) 325-8040 2018 SCHEDULE

More information

QUICK FACTS Schedule/Results. Office Number: Fax Number: Assistant Coach: Channika Gant (Southern Miss.

QUICK FACTS Schedule/Results. Office Number: Fax Number: Assistant Coach: Channika Gant (Southern Miss. -UNIVERSITY INFORMATION- Name: Accepted Media References: Jackson State, JSU, J-State Location: Jackson, Mississippi Founded: 1877 Enrollment: 8,699 Nickname: Tigers Colors: Blue & White Home Stadium:

More information

JENNIFER CURTIER #22 ALL-AMERICA CANDIDATE. - Highlights - 1B L/L 5-7 JUNIOR LANCASTER, CALIF. (QUARTZ HILL HS)

JENNIFER CURTIER #22 ALL-AMERICA CANDIDATE. - Highlights - 1B L/L 5-7 JUNIOR LANCASTER, CALIF. (QUARTZ HILL HS) ALL-AMERICA CANDIDATE JENNIFER CURTIER 1B L/L 5-7 JUNIOR LANCASTER, CALIF. (QUARTZ HILL HS) #22 - Highlights - Season 2006 NFCA All-West Region Second Team 2006 All-Big West First Team First Baseman (3

More information

2018 TEXAS A&M SOFTBALL

2018 TEXAS A&M SOFTBALL 2018 TEXAS A&M SOFTBALL 3 CONFERENCE TITLES 28 NCAA TOURNAMENTS 8 NCAA WCWS APPEARANCES 3 NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS SCHEDULE/RESULTS (40-12, 13-8 SEC) Date Day Opponent TV Result/Time Aggie Classic 2/9 FRI

More information

Mississippi State Softball

Mississippi State Softball Mississippi State Media Relations Office Softball Contact: Sarah Fetters (662) 418-9183 www.hailstate.com @HailStateSB 2014 Schedule & Results February 7 Mississippi Valley State# W, 8-0 [5] 7 Northern

More information

2017 University of Florida Baseball Game Results for Florida (as of Jul 10, 2017) (All games)

2017 University of Florida Baseball Game Results for Florida (as of Jul 10, 2017) (All games) 0 University of Florida Baseball Game Results for Florida (as of Jul 0, 0) (All games) Date Opponent Score Inns Overall SEC Pitcher of record Attend Time Feb, 0 WILLIAM & MARY W - -0-0 0-0-0 Byrne (W -0)

More information

All-Time Conference Standings

All-Time Conference Standings All-Time Conference Standings Pac 12 Conference Conf. Matches Sets Overall Matches Team W L Pct W L Pct. Score Opp Last 10 Streak Home Away Neutral W L Pct. Arizona 6 5.545 22 19.537 886 889 6-4 W5 4-2

More information

2008 LSU BASEBALL. vs. Arkansas March p.m., 3 p.m., 1 p.m. Baton Rouge, La. Alex Box Stadium (7,760)

2008 LSU BASEBALL. vs. Arkansas March p.m., 3 p.m., 1 p.m. Baton Rouge, La. Alex Box Stadium (7,760) GAME 19 Schedule/Results (12-6, 0-3 SEC) Date Opponent Time/Result February 22 (Fri.) INDIANA W, 7-1 23 (Sat.) INDIANA W, 5-4 24 (Sun.) INDIANA L, 6-7 26 (Tue.) SOUTHERN (Cox Sports) W, 6-1 27 (Wed.) MISSISSIPPI

More information

18-13 GEORGIA STATE GSU SOFTBALL 2016 SCHEDULE

18-13 GEORGIA STATE GSU SOFTBALL 2016 SCHEDULE GSU SOFTBALL GAMES 19-21 MARCH GAME 14-15, 322015 BOB GEORGIA HECK SOFTBALL STATE UNIVERSITY COMPLEX SAN ATLANTA, MARCOS, TEXAS GA. MARCH BOBCAT 22 SOFTBALL STADIUM 2016 SCHEDULE GSU PANTHERS 18-13 GEORGIA

More information

Oklahoma State Cowgirl Softball

Oklahoma State Cowgirl Softball (33-19, 8-10 Big 12) vs Texas Tech (15-41, 3-15 Big 12) First Round Big 12 Championship Don E. Porter/ASA Hall of Fame Stadium Friday, May 8 5 p.m. 220 Athletics Center University Stillwater, OK 74078

More information

GOLDEN HURRICANE

GOLDEN HURRICANE GOLDEN HURRICANE - 2018 Jordan Korphage - Assistant Director of Media Relations (o) 918.631.2492 (c) 918.402.7 929 jsk2620@utulsa.edu 9 NCAA Appearances 6 Conference Championships 6 Conference Tournament

More information

March p.m Vs. BAYER CROPSCIENCE CLASSIC. March 12-14, 2010 Fresno, Calif. March 13 1:30 p.m. March 13 4 p.m. March 12 6:30 p.m.

March p.m Vs. BAYER CROPSCIENCE CLASSIC. March 12-14, 2010 Fresno, Calif. March 13 1:30 p.m. March 13 4 p.m. March 12 6:30 p.m. MISSISSIPPI STATE BULLDOG SOFTBALL Contact: Brock Turnipseed bturnipseed@athletics.msstate.edu 662.325.7556 MSU Athletic Media Relations P.O. Drawer 5308 Mississippi State, MS 39762 2010 SCHEDULE/RESULTS

More information

2017 Louisville Cardinals Baseball Overall Statistics for Louisville (as of Jun 23, 2017) (All games Sorted by Batting avg)

2017 Louisville Cardinals Baseball Overall Statistics for Louisville (as of Jun 23, 2017) (All games Sorted by Batting avg) Overall Statistics for Louisville (as of Jun 23, 2017) (All games Sorted by Batting avg) Record: 53-12 Home: 34-4 Away: 14-5 Neutral: 5-3 ACC: 23-6 Player avg gp-gs ab r h 2b 3b hr rbi tb slg% bb hp so

More information

OKLAHOMA SOFTBALL 2000, 2013, 2016 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS 10 WCWS APPEARANCES 13 BIG 12 TITLES 53 ALL-AMERICA HONORS 118 ALL-REGION HONORS

OKLAHOMA SOFTBALL 2000, 2013, 2016 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS 10 WCWS APPEARANCES 13 BIG 12 TITLES 53 ALL-AMERICA HONORS 118 ALL-REGION HONORS 3 2017 OKLAHOMA SOFTBALL 2000, 2013, 2016 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS 10 WCWS APPEARANCES 13 BIG 12 TITLES 53 ALL-AMERICA HONORS 118 ALL-REGION HONORS 11 BIG 12 PLAYERS OF THE YEAR 4 BIG 12 PITCHERS OF THE YEAR

More information

JSU Softball Schedule/Results

JSU Softball Schedule/Results 2011-12 JSU Softball Schedule/Results SWAC TOURNAMENT INFO 2012 Softball Tournament- Thursday-Sunday, May 10-13, Shea Brothers Softball Complex, Irondale, Alabama Jackson State Tentative SWAC Tournament

More information

Softball. University of Iowa. Week No. 10 April 13, Schedule ( , 6-1) On Deck. On Your Radio. Live Audio from Your Computer

Softball. University of Iowa. Week No. 10 April 13, Schedule ( , 6-1) On Deck. On Your Radio. Live Audio from Your Computer Week No. 10 April 13, 2010 2010 Schedule (20-14-1, 6-1) Feb. 12-14 at Metrodome Tournament (Minneapolis, MN) Feb. 12 vs. Arkansas L, 1-2 vs. Western Illinois W, 2-1 Feb. 13 vs. Drake W, 3-2 vs. Iowa State

More information

Crop / Weather Update

Crop / Weather Update Crop / Weather Update Corn Crop Condition Percent of Acreage Rated Good or Excellent 85 80 75 70 65 60 55 50 45 As of September 9, USDA rates the crop at 68% good to excellent. The rating is up one point

More information

IOWA HAWKEYES (34-19) HEAD COACH RICK HELLER (4TH SEASON) CAREER RECORD:

IOWA HAWKEYES (34-19) HEAD COACH RICK HELLER (4TH SEASON) CAREER RECORD: MAY 24-28 BLOOMINGTON, IND. 1 IOWA HAWKEYES BASEBALL ESTABLISHED 1890 7 BIG TEN CHAMPIONSHIPS 4 NCAA REGIONAL APPEARANCES 1 COLLEGE WORLD SERIES APPEARANCE 16 ALL-AMERICANS 2017 SCHEDULE Date Opponent

More information

5 NCAA TITLES, 14 CWS APPEARANCES, 13 SEC CHAMPIONSHIPS 2009 LSU BASEBALL

5 NCAA TITLES, 14 CWS APPEARANCES, 13 SEC CHAMPIONSHIPS 2009 LSU BASEBALL GAMES 15-17 Schedule/Results (11-3, 0-0 SEC) Date Opponent Time/Result February 20 (Fri.) VILLANOVA W, 12-3 21 (Sat.) VILLANOVA W, 11-1 23 (Sun.) VILLANOVA W, 6-3 25 (Wed.) SOUTHERN W, 11-5 27 (Fri.) CENTRAL

More information

2009 LSU Baseball # 4 Texas Longhorns ( ) vs. # 1 LSU Fighting Tigers (54 16)

2009 LSU Baseball # 4 Texas Longhorns ( ) vs. # 1 LSU Fighting Tigers (54 16) 2009 LSU Baseball # 4 Texas Longhorns (49 14-1) vs. # 1 LSU Fighting Tigers (54 16) DATES/TIMES Monday, June 22 6 p.m. CT; Tuesday, June 23 6 p.m. CT; Wednesday, June 24 6 p.m. CT (if necessary) RANKINGS

More information

5 NCAA TITLES, 13 CWS APPEARANCES, 13 SEC CHAMPIONSHIPS 2008 LSU BASEBALL

5 NCAA TITLES, 13 CWS APPEARANCES, 13 SEC CHAMPIONSHIPS 2008 LSU BASEBALL GAMES 54-56 Schedule/Results (36-16-1, 15-11-1 SEC) Date Opponent Time/Result February 22 (Fri.) INDIANA W, 7-1 23 (Sat.) INDIANA W, 5-4 24 (Sun.) INDIANA L, 6-7 26 (Tue.) SOUTHERN (Cox Sports) W, 6-1

More information

The Automated ScoreBook Overall Statistics for Villanova (as of May 02, 2017) (All games Sorted by Batting avg)

The Automated ScoreBook Overall Statistics for Villanova (as of May 02, 2017) (All games Sorted by Batting avg) Overall Statistics for Villanova (as of May 02, 2017) (All games Sorted by Batting avg) Record: 11-25 Home: 5-10 Away: 4-10 Neutral: 2-5 BIG EAST: 3-6 Player avg gp-gs ab r h 2b 3b hr rbi tb slg% bb hp

More information

Record: Home: 36-5 Away: 16-5 Neutral: 4-2 C-USA: Player 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%

Record: Home: 36-5 Away: 16-5 Neutral: 4-2 C-USA: Player 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% Overall Statistics for Tulane Green Wave (as of Jun 24, 2005) (All games Sorted by Batting avg) Record: 56-12 Home: 36-5 Away: 16-5 Neutral: 4-2 C-USA: 24-6 Player AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG%

More information

OKLAHOMA SOFTBALL 2000, 2013, 2016 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS 10 WCWS APPEARANCES 15 BIG 12 TITLES 53 ALL-AMERICA HONORS 125 ALL-REGION HONORS

OKLAHOMA SOFTBALL 2000, 2013, 2016 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS 10 WCWS APPEARANCES 15 BIG 12 TITLES 53 ALL-AMERICA HONORS 125 ALL-REGION HONORS 3 2017 OKLAHOMA SOFTBALL 2000, 2013, 2016 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS 10 WCWS APPEARANCES 15 BIG 12 TITLES 53 ALL-AMERICA HONORS 125 ALL-REGION HONORS 12 BIG 12 PLAYERS OF THE YEAR 5 BIG 12 PITCHERS OF THE YEAR

More information

2011 University of Michigan Softball Overall Statistics for Michigan (as of May 22, 2011) (All games Sorted by Batting avg)

2011 University of Michigan Softball Overall Statistics for Michigan (as of May 22, 2011) (All games Sorted by Batting avg) Overall Statistics for Michigan (as of May 22, 2011) (All games Sorted by Batting avg) Record: 53-6 Home: 15-4 Away: 16-0 Neutral: 22-2 Big Ten: 18-2 Player avg gp-gs ab r h 2b 3b hr rbi tb slg% bb hp

More information

OKLAHOMA WEEKEND STORYLINES THESE BATS ARE ON FIRE LAST TIME OUT

OKLAHOMA WEEKEND STORYLINES THESE BATS ARE ON FIRE LAST TIME OUT OKLAHOMA S O F T B A L L 2000, 2013, 2016, 2017 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS 12 WCWS APPEARANCES 17 BIG 12 TITLES 59 ALL-AMERICA HONORS 133 ALL-REGION HONORS 94 ALL-BIG 12 FIRST TEAM HONORS 2019 SCHEDULE/RESULTS

More information

OKLAHOMA SOFTBALL 2000, 2013, 2016 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS 10 WCWS APPEARANCES 13 BIG 12 TITLES 53 ALL-AMERICA HONORS 118 ALL-REGION HONORS

OKLAHOMA SOFTBALL 2000, 2013, 2016 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS 10 WCWS APPEARANCES 13 BIG 12 TITLES 53 ALL-AMERICA HONORS 118 ALL-REGION HONORS 3 2017 OKLAHOMA SOFTBALL 2000, 2013, 2016 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS 10 WCWS APPEARANCES 13 BIG 12 TITLES 53 ALL-AMERICA HONORS 118 ALL-REGION HONORS 11 BIG 12 PLAYERS OF THE YEAR 4 BIG 12 PITCHERS OF THE YEAR

More information

MISSISSIPPI STATE BULLDOG SOFTBALL

MISSISSIPPI STATE BULLDOG SOFTBALL MISSISSIPPI STATE BULLDOG SOFTBALL Contact: Brock Turnipseed bturnipseed@athletics.msstate.edu 662.325.7556 MSU Athletic Media Relations P.O. Drawer 5308 Mississippi State, MS 39762 M&F Bank Fastpitch

More information

DePaul Blue Demon Softball Overall Statistics for DePaul Blue Demons (as of Jun 19, 2008) (All games Sorted by Batting avg)

DePaul Blue Demon Softball Overall Statistics for DePaul Blue Demons (as of Jun 19, 2008) (All games Sorted by Batting avg) Overall Statistics for DePaul Blue Demons (as of Jun 19, 2008) (All games Sorted by Batting avg) Record: 51-18 Home: 18-1 Away: 10-12 Neutral: 23-5 BIG EAST: 16-6 Player AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB

More information

2011 University of Miami Baseball Game Results for Miami (as of Apr 23, 2011) (All games)

2011 University of Miami Baseball Game Results for Miami (as of Apr 23, 2011) (All games) Game Results for Miami (as of Apr 23, 2011) (All games) Date Opponent Score Inns Overall ACC Pitcher of record Attend Time Feb 18, 2011 RUTGERS W 2-1 (11) 1-0-0 0-0-0 Robinson, S (W 1-0) 3800 3:16 Feb

More information

OKLAHOMA SOFTBALL 2000, 2013, 2016 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS 10 WCWS APPEARANCES 13 BIG 12 TITLES 53 ALL-AMERICA HONORS 118 ALL-REGION HONORS

OKLAHOMA SOFTBALL 2000, 2013, 2016 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS 10 WCWS APPEARANCES 13 BIG 12 TITLES 53 ALL-AMERICA HONORS 118 ALL-REGION HONORS 3 2017 OKLAHOMA SOFTBALL 2000, 2013, 2016 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS 10 WCWS APPEARANCES 13 BIG 12 TITLES 53 ALL-AMERICA HONORS 118 ALL-REGION HONORS 11 BIG 12 PLAYERS OF THE YEAR 4 BIG 12 PITCHERS OF THE YEAR

More information

Record: Home: Away: 10-6 Neutral: 6-4 C-USA: Player 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%

Record: Home: Away: 10-6 Neutral: 6-4 C-USA: Player 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% Overall Statistics for Tulane Green Wave (as of Jun 04, 2006) (All games Sorted by Batting avg) Record: 43-21 Home: 27-11 Away: 10-6 Neutral: 6-4 C-USA: 15-9 Player AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG%

More information

2017 SOFTBALL GAME NOTES

2017 SOFTBALL GAME NOTES 2017 SCHEDULE 21-7 Overall, 4-2 Mountain West 3-1 Home, 5-1 Away, 13-5 Neutral Date Opponent Time/Result Easton Invitational Fullerton, Calif. 2/10 vs. Pacific W, 5-3 vs. North Dakota State W, 2-1 (8)

More information

Crop / Weather Update

Crop / Weather Update Crop / Weather Update Corn Crop Condition Percent of Acreage Rated Good or Excellent 85 80 75 70 65 60 55 50 45 The U.S. corn crop was rated 69% good-to-excellent on September 23, up 1% from week-ago,

More information

OKLAHOMA WEEKEND STORYLINES LAST TIME OUT FACING UTAH STREAKING THESE BATS ARE ON FIRE

OKLAHOMA WEEKEND STORYLINES LAST TIME OUT FACING UTAH STREAKING THESE BATS ARE ON FIRE OKLAHOMA S O F T B A L L 2000, 2013, 2016, 2017 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS 12 WCWS APPEARANCES 17 BIG 12 TITLES 59 ALL-AMERICA HONORS 133 ALL-REGION HONORS 94 ALL-BIG 12 FIRST TEAM HONORS 2019 SCHEDULE/RESULTS

More information

2016 ALABAMA SOFTBALL

2016 ALABAMA SOFTBALL SCHEDULE 2016 ALABAMA SOFTBALL 2012 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS 10 WCWS APPEARANCES 17 STRAIGHT NCAA TOURNAMENTS 11 STRAIGHT NCAA SUPER REGIONALS 10 SEC CHAMPIONSHIPS 25 NFCA ALL-AMERICANS 18 ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS

More information

OKLAHOMA. vs. GAME DAY STORYLINES LAST TIME OUT FACING TULSA

OKLAHOMA. vs. GAME DAY STORYLINES LAST TIME OUT FACING TULSA OKLAHOMA S O F T B A L L 2000, 2013, 2016, 2017 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS 12 WCWS APPEARANCES 17 BIG 12 TITLES 59 ALL-AMERICA HONORS 133 ALL-REGION HONORS 94 ALL-BIG 12 FIRST TEAM HONORS 2019 SCHEDULE/RESULTS

More information

Crop / Weather Update

Crop / Weather Update Crop / Weather Update This is our last for the 2018 planting, growing and harvesting seasons. USDA will publish their Crop Progress Report again in April 2019, and we will continue our coverage sometime

More information

University of Iowa. vs. Michigan State - April 9-10 Iowa City, Iowa (Pearl Field) Week 10 April 8, 2011

University of Iowa. vs. Michigan State - April 9-10 Iowa City, Iowa (Pearl Field) Week 10 April 8, 2011 vs. Michigan State - April 9-10 Iowa City, Iowa (Pearl Field) Week 10 April 8, 2011 2011 SCHEDULE (19-15, 2-2) Black and Red Showcase (Athens, Ga.) Feb. 11 vs. Lipscomb L, 4-5 Feb. 11 vs. Maryland W, 1-0

More information

2009 LSU BASEBALL. - live audio and stats

2009 LSU BASEBALL.   - live audio and stats GAME 57 Schedule/Results (41-15, 20-10 SEC) Date Opponent Time/Result February 20 (Fri.) VILLANOVA (CST) W, 12-3 21 (Sat.) VILLANOVA W, 11-1 23 (Sun.) VILLANOVA W, 6-3 25 (Wed.) SOUTHERN W, 11-5 27 (Fri.)

More information

New Educators Campaign Weekly Report

New Educators Campaign Weekly Report Campaign Weekly Report Conversations and 9/24/2017 Leader Forms Emails Collected Text Opt-ins Digital Journey 14,661 5,289 4,458 7,124 317 13,699 1,871 2,124 Pro 13,924 5,175 4,345 6,726 294 13,086 1,767

More information

OKLAHOMA. #2/2 OKLAHOMA SOONERS (25-2, 0-0 Big 12) March 20 6 p.m. CT Norman Marita Hynes Field GAME DAY STORYLINES LAST TIME OUT

OKLAHOMA. #2/2 OKLAHOMA SOONERS (25-2, 0-0 Big 12) March 20 6 p.m. CT Norman Marita Hynes Field GAME DAY STORYLINES LAST TIME OUT OKLAHOMA S O F T B A L L 2000, 2013, 2016, 2017 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS 12 WCWS APPEARANCES 17 BIG 12 TITLES 59 ALL-AMERICA HONORS 133 ALL-REGION HONORS 94 ALL-BIG 12 FIRST TEAM HONORS 2019 SCHEDULE/RESULTS

More information

2015 ALABAMA SOFTBALL

2015 ALABAMA SOFTBALL SCHEDULE 2015 ALABAMA SOFTBALL 2012 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS 10 WCWS APPEARANCES 17 STRAIGHT NCAA TOURNAMENTS 11 STRAIGHT NCAA SUPER REGIONALS 10 SEC CHAMPIONSHIPS 21 NFCA ALL-AMERICANS 17 ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS

More information

IOWA SOFTBALL. 4 Women's College World Series appearances. vs Western Illinois/Northern Iowa April IOWA HAWKEYES Overall 8-12 Big Ten

IOWA SOFTBALL. 4 Women's College World Series appearances. vs Western Illinois/Northern Iowa April IOWA HAWKEYES Overall 8-12 Big Ten vs Western Illinois/Northern Iowa April 29-30 2014 SCHEDULE (15-26-1, 8-12) CAROLINA CLASSIC (Columbia, S.C.) Feb. 7 vs. UNC Greensboro W, 5-0 Feb. 7 at South Carolina L, 0-1 Feb. 8 vs. Presbyterian W,

More information

UTAH STATE 2018 SOFTBALL

UTAH STATE 2018 SOFTBALL UTAH STATE 2018 SOFTBALL 2018 SCHEDULE 12-16 Overall,2-4 Mountain West 0-3 Home, 6-2 Away, 6-11 Neutral Date Opponent Time/Result Titan Classic Fullerton, Calif. 2/9 vs. Pittsburgh L, 2-3 at Cal State

More information

2015 Purdue Baseball Overall Statistics for Purdue (as of May 11, 2015) (All games Sorted by Batting avg) (All games Sorted by Earned run avg)

2015 Purdue Baseball Overall Statistics for Purdue (as of May 11, 2015) (All games Sorted by Batting avg) (All games Sorted by Earned run avg) Overall Statistics for Purdue (as of May 11, 2015) (All games Sorted by Batting avg) Record: 17-34 Home: 6-12 Away: 6-18 Neutral: 5-4 Big Ten: 4-17 Player avg gp-gs ab r h 2b 3b hr rbi tb slg% bb hp so

More information

SOFTBALL. USF BULLS 2014 Record: (36-14, 10-5 The American) vs. TBD (Conference Tournament)

SOFTBALL. USF BULLS 2014 Record: (36-14, 10-5 The American) vs. TBD (Conference Tournament) USF BULLS 2014 GAME NOTES 2014 SOFTBALL Bulls Wrap Up Regular Season with Four-Game Series at Temple Sean Barows, Communications Assistant USF Athletics 4202 E. Fowler Ave. Tampa, Fla. 33620 O: (813) 974-7099

More information

OKLAHOMA WEEKEND STORYLINES THERE S ONLY ONE OKLAHOMA STREAKING THESE BATS ARE ON FIRE

OKLAHOMA WEEKEND STORYLINES THERE S ONLY ONE OKLAHOMA STREAKING THESE BATS ARE ON FIRE OKLAHOMA S O F T B A L L 2000, 2013, 2016, 2017 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS 12 WCWS APPEARANCES 17 BIG 12 TITLES 59 ALL-AMERICA HONORS 133 ALL-REGION HONORS 94 ALL-BIG 12 FIRST TEAM HONORS 2019 SCHEDULE/RESULTS

More information

Crop / Weather Update

Crop / Weather Update Crop / Weather Update The next will be published November 13, 2018, due to the Veteran s Day holiday on Monday. Corn Harvesting Progress 100% 90% 80% 70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% 9/9 9/16 9/23 9/30 10/7

More information

2018 SEC Softball Jill Skotarczak, Assistant Director of Communications (Softball Contact) Twitter: SEC_Jill Week 13 May 8, 2018

2018 SEC Softball Jill Skotarczak, Assistant Director of Communications (Softball Contact) Twitter: SEC_Jill Week 13 May 8, 2018 Standings SEC Pct. All Pct. Home Away Neutral vs. Top 25 Last 10 Streak Florida# 20-4.833 47-8.855 28-2 13-6 6-0 22-6 9-1 W4 Georgia 16-8.667 43-10.811 31-4 8-5 4-1 12-6 6-4 W1 South Carolina 15-9.625

More information

2015 LSU BASEBALL College World Series TD Ameritrade Park - Omaha, Neb.

2015 LSU BASEBALL College World Series TD Ameritrade Park - Omaha, Neb. 6 NCAA TITLES, 17 CWS APPEARANCES, 16 SEC CHAMPIONSHIPS College World Series TD Ameritrade Park - Omaha, Neb. Schedule/Results (53-10, 21-8 SEC) Date Opponent Time/Result February 13 (Fri.) KANSAS (SECN+)

More information

4 Women's College World Series appearances 16 NCAA Tournament berths. Week 13 May 9, 2012

4 Women's College World Series appearances 16 NCAA Tournament berths. Week 13 May 9, 2012 Week 13 May 9, 2012 2012 SCHEDULE (25-25, 14-7) Getterman Classic (Waco, Texas) Feb. 10 vs. Wichita State W, 11-0 (5) Feb. 10 at #7/7 Baylor L, 0-4 Feb. 11 vs. Arkansas L, 2-10 (5) Feb. 11 vs. UT Arlington

More information

Division I Sears Directors' Cup Final Standings As of 6/20/2001

Division I Sears Directors' Cup Final Standings As of 6/20/2001 1 Stanford (Cal.) 1359 2 90 9 75 20 62.5 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 75 1 100 5 60 8 76 4 80 0 0 2 70 2 California-Los Angeles 1138 0 0 5 78.5 17 67 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 90 9 50 5 60 2 0 33 48.5 2 70 1 100 3 Georgia 890.5

More information

2017 LSU BASEBALL. Schedule/Results (48-17, 21-9 SEC) NCAA COLLEGE WORLD SERIES TD Ameritrade Park (Omaha, Neb.)

2017 LSU BASEBALL. Schedule/Results (48-17, 21-9 SEC) NCAA COLLEGE WORLD SERIES TD Ameritrade Park (Omaha, Neb.) 6 NCAA TITLES (1991, 1993, 1996, 1997, 2000, 2009) 18 CWS APPEARANCES 17 SEC CHAMPIONSHIPS 2017 LSU BASEBALL NCAA COLLEGE WORLD SERIES TD Ameritrade Park (Omaha, Neb.) Schedule/Results (48-17, 21-9 SEC)

More information

High School World History Cycle 2 Week 2 Lifework

High School World History Cycle 2 Week 2 Lifework Name: Advisory: Period: High School World History Cycle 2 Week 2 Lifework This packet is due Monday, November 7 Complete and turn in on Friday for 10 points of EXTRA CREDIT! Lifework Assignment Complete

More information

Crop / Weather Update

Crop / Weather Update Crop / Weather Update Corn Crop Condition Percent of Acreage Rated Good or Excellent 85 80 75 70 65 60 55 50 45 In its weekly Crop Progress Report for September 16, the USDA stated the 18-state average

More information

Intercity Bus Stop Analysis

Intercity Bus Stop Analysis by Karalyn Clouser, Research Associate and David Kack, Director of the Small Urban and Rural Livability Center Western Transportation Institute College of Engineering Montana State University Report prepared

More information

7 WCWS APPEARANCES» 2 SEC TOURNAMENT TITLES» 33 NFCA ALL-AMERICAN PICKS» 57 ALL-SEC SELECTIONS» 5 SEC PLAYERS OF THE YEAR

7 WCWS APPEARANCES» 2 SEC TOURNAMENT TITLES» 33 NFCA ALL-AMERICAN PICKS» 57 ALL-SEC SELECTIONS» 5 SEC PLAYERS OF THE YEAR Maurice Williams, Tennessee Softball Contact Assistant Director of Media Relations Tennessee Athletics 1551 Lake Loudon Blvd., Knoxville, Tenn., 37916 O: (865) 974-8876 C: (803) 842-1279 E: mowill@utk.edu

More information

UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA SOFTBALL

UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA SOFTBALL oklahoma UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA SOFTBALL 2008 SCHEDULE DATE OPPONENT TIME (CST) SCORE UCLA/CSF FREEWAY SERIES - LOS ANGELES AND FULLERTON, CALIF. 2.8 #10 UCLA 2:30 p.m. L, 6-1 2.8 UCSB 7:30 p.m. W, 12-1

More information

OKLAHOMA SOFTBALL SOONERS SHOCKERS WEEKEND STORYLINES PROGRAM-BEST START FACING WICHITA STATE

OKLAHOMA SOFTBALL SOONERS SHOCKERS WEEKEND STORYLINES PROGRAM-BEST START FACING WICHITA STATE 2000, 2013, 2016, 2017 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS 11 WCWS APPEARANCES 15 BIG 12 TITLES 56 ALL-AMERICA HONORS 125 ALL-REGION HONORS 3 OKLAHOMA SOFTBALL 12 BIG 12 PLAYERS OF THE YEAR 5 BIG 12 PITCHERS OF THE YEAR

More information

IOWA SOFTBALL. 4 Women's College World Series appearances WEEK 8 MARCH 23, 2015

IOWA SOFTBALL. 4 Women's College World Series appearances WEEK 8 MARCH 23, 2015 WEEK 8 MARCH 23, 2015 2015 SCHEDULE (10-22, 1-2) UNI DOME TOURNAMENT (Cedar Falls, Iowa) Feb. 6 vs. Drake L, 0-8 (6) Feb. 6 at Northern Iowa W, 12-4 Feb. 7 vs. Southern Utah W, 2-0 Feb. 7 vs. North Dakota

More information

Georgia softball. Georgia Bulldogs 2016 Game Notes

Georgia softball. Georgia Bulldogs 2016 Game Notes Georgia softball Georgia Bulldogs 2016 Game Notes SID: Whitney Tarpy, Assistant Director wtarpy@sports.uga.edu 615-430-1495 georgiadogs.com Schedule (25-5, 1-2) DATE OPPONENT TIME/RESULT 2/12 1-Elon W,

More information

2019 Arkansas Baseball Game Results for Arkansas (as of Apr 06, 2019) (All games)

2019 Arkansas Baseball Game Results for Arkansas (as of Apr 06, 2019) (All games) Game Results for Arkansas (as of Apr 06, 2019) (All games) Date Opponent Score Inns Overall SEC Pitcher of record Attend Time Feb 16, 2019 EASTERN ILLINOIS-1 W 15-7 9 1-0-0 0-0-0 I. Campbell (W 1-0) -

More information

2018 SEC Softball Jill Skotarczak, Assistant Director of Communications (Softball Contact) Twitter: SEC_Jill Week 6 March 20, 2018

2018 SEC Softball Jill Skotarczak, Assistant Director of Communications (Softball Contact) Twitter: SEC_Jill Week 6 March 20, 2018 2018 SEC Softball Jill Skotarczak, Assistant Director of Communications (Softball Contact) jskotarczak@sec.org Twitter: SEC_Jill Week 6 March 20, 2018 Standings SEC Pct. All Pct. Home Away Neutral vs.

More information

Player 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%

Player 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% Overall Statistics for Florida Atlantic (as of Apr 27, 2008) (All games Sorted by Batting avg) Record: 25-17 Home: 19-9 Away: 6-8 Sun Belt: 12-7 Player AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP

More information

OKLAHOMA SOFTBALL SOONERS RED RAIDERS WEEKEND STORYLINES HOT START CONFERENCE PLAY BEGINS

OKLAHOMA SOFTBALL SOONERS RED RAIDERS WEEKEND STORYLINES HOT START CONFERENCE PLAY BEGINS 2000, 2013, 2016, 2017 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS 11 WCWS APPEARANCES 15 BIG 12 TITLES 56 ALL-AMERICA HONORS 125 ALL-REGION HONORS 3 OKLAHOMA SOFTBALL 12 BIG 12 PLAYERS OF THE YEAR 5 BIG 12 PITCHERS OF THE YEAR

More information

FIU at Sun Belt Conference Softball Championship. May 12-15, 2010 Jaguar Field / Mobile, Ala. Hosted by South Alabama

FIU at Sun Belt Conference Softball Championship. May 12-15, 2010 Jaguar Field / Mobile, Ala. Hosted by South Alabama 2010 golden Panther Softball Maegan Azpiazu, Media Relations Assistant/Softball Contact U.S. Century Bank Arena 11200 SW 8th St. Room 211 Miami, FL 33199 Office (305) 348-0261 Cell (786) 422-4066 www.fiusports.com

More information

7 WCWS APPEARANCES» 2 SEC TOURNAMENT TITLES» 33 NFCA ALL-AMERICAN PICKS» 57 ALL-SEC SELECTIONS» 5 SEC PLAYERS OF THE YEAR

7 WCWS APPEARANCES» 2 SEC TOURNAMENT TITLES» 33 NFCA ALL-AMERICAN PICKS» 57 ALL-SEC SELECTIONS» 5 SEC PLAYERS OF THE YEAR Maurice Williams, Tennessee Softball Contact Assistant Director of Media Relations Tennessee Athletics 1551 Lake Loudon Blvd., Knoxville, Tenn., 37916 O: (865) 974-8876 C: (803) 842-1279 E: mowill@utk.edu

More information

TEXAS TECH 2018 BASEBALL

TEXAS TECH 2018 BASEBALL TEXAS TECH 2018 BASEBALL NCAA COLLEGE WORLD SERIES 2018 TEXAS TECH BASEBALL 6 CONFERENCE TITLES 13 NCAA TOURNAMENT BERTHS 3 CWS APPEARANCES 2018 SCHEDULE / RESULTS OVERALL: 44-18 BIG 12: 15-9 H: 28-6 A:

More information

Crop / Weather Update

Crop / Weather Update Crop / Weather Update Corn Crop Condition Percent of Acreage Rated Good or Excellent 85 80 75 70 65 60 55 50 45 Corn condition this week is the same as last week in the good/excellent category, which is

More information

Crop / Weather Update

Crop / Weather Update Crop / Weather Update Corn Crop Condition Percent of Acreage Rated Good or Excellent 85 80 75 70 65 60 55 50 45 Corn condition this week is the same as the last two weeks in the good/excellent category,

More information

OKLAHOMA SOFTBALL SOONERS COWGIRLS BEDLAM STORYLINES PURSUIT OF PERFECTION PROGRAM-BEST START CONFERENCE DOMINANCE

OKLAHOMA SOFTBALL SOONERS COWGIRLS BEDLAM STORYLINES PURSUIT OF PERFECTION PROGRAM-BEST START CONFERENCE DOMINANCE 2000, 2013, 2016, 2017 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS 11 WCWS APPEARANCES 15 BIG 12 TITLES 56 ALL-AMERICA HONORS 125 ALL-REGION HONORS 3 OKLAHOMA SOFTBALL 12 BIG 12 PLAYERS OF THE YEAR 5 BIG 12 PITCHERS OF THE YEAR

More information

OKLAHOMA SOFTBALL SOONERS LONGHORNS GAME DAY STORYLINES PROGRAM-BEST START FACING TEXAS

OKLAHOMA SOFTBALL SOONERS LONGHORNS GAME DAY STORYLINES PROGRAM-BEST START FACING TEXAS 2000, 2013, 2016, 2017 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS 11 WCWS APPEARANCES 15 BIG 12 TITLES 56 ALL-AMERICA HONORS 125 ALL-REGION HONORS 3 OKLAHOMA SOFTBALL 12 BIG 12 PLAYERS OF THE YEAR 5 BIG 12 PITCHERS OF THE YEAR

More information

2017 Men s Home Schedule

2017 Men s Home Schedule 1 2017 Men s Home Schedule Saturday January 14 Tulsa 1:00 pm Friday January 20 SMU 6:00 pm Sunday January 22 Texas 1:00 pm Illinois St. TBA Saturday Februrary 4 Oklahoma 6:00 pm Saturday February 11 Lamar

More information

PROBABLE PITCHERS QUICK HITS SERIES INFORMATION

PROBABLE PITCHERS QUICK HITS SERIES INFORMATION 2013 BAYLOR BASEBALL GAME NOTES Baylor Athletic Communications 1500 S. University Parks Dr. Waco, TX 76706 254.710.2743 @BaylorBaseball Baseball Contact: Zach Peters e-mail Zach_Peters@baylor.edu office

More information

2015 LSU BASEBALL Houston College Classic - March 6-8 Minute Maid Park - Houston, Texas

2015 LSU BASEBALL Houston College Classic - March 6-8 Minute Maid Park - Houston, Texas 6 NCAA TITLES, 16 CWS APPEARANCES, 15 SEC CHAMPIONSHIPS 2015 LSU BASEBALL Houston College Classic - March 6-8 Minute Maid Park - Houston, Texas Schedule/Results (12-1) Date Opponent Time/Result February

More information

SCHEDULE (19-18, 5-7 ACC)

SCHEDULE (19-18, 5-7 ACC) Hunter Richardson, Assistant SID Softball Contact Box 90557 287 Scott Family Athletics Performance Center, Durham, N.C. 27708 Office: 919-684-6522 Cell: 901-490-4175 Fax: 919-684-2489 h.richardson@duke.edu

More information

Rank University AMJ AMR ASQ JAP OBHDP OS PPSYCH SMJ SUM 1 University of Pennsylvania (T) Michigan State University

Rank University AMJ AMR ASQ JAP OBHDP OS PPSYCH SMJ SUM 1 University of Pennsylvania (T) Michigan State University Rank University AMJ AMR ASQ JAP OBHDP OS PPSYCH SMJ SUM 1 University of Pennsylvania 4 1 2 0 2 4 0 9 22 2(T) Michigan State University 2 0 0 9 1 0 0 4 16 University of Michigan 3 0 2 5 2 0 0 4 16 4 Harvard

More information

WOMEN'S COLLEGE WORLD SERIES

WOMEN'S COLLEGE WORLD SERIES SID: MICHAEL MCGRORY 713-504-1748 MICHAELMCGRORY@AUBURN.EDU NO. 5 AUBURN 54-10 (16-7) Date Opponent Location Time FEBRUARY (15-1) Feb. 11 App. State AUBURN W, 9-0 (5) PLAINSMAN INVITE Feb. 12 West. Kentucky

More information

Crop / Weather Update

Crop / Weather Update Crop / Weather Update We would like to welcome you to another season of Doane s Weekly Crop Weather Update Progress Chartbook. The goal is to provide a quick visual overview of a number of the key gauges

More information

HOUSTON 2013SOFTBALLNOTES HOUSTON SOFTBALL HOUSTON vs MARSHALL. HOUSTON (24-10, 8-1) vs MARSHALL (23-12, 9-3)

HOUSTON 2013SOFTBALLNOTES HOUSTON SOFTBALL HOUSTON vs MARSHALL. HOUSTON (24-10, 8-1) vs MARSHALL (23-12, 9-3) 2013 HOUSTON SOFTBALL HOUSTON vs MARSHALL HOUSTON 2013SOFTBALLNOTES Houston record: (24-10, 8-1) DATE OPPONENT TIME/RESULT FEBRUARY (8-5) HOUSTON HILTON PLAZA CLASSIC 8 Lipscomb # L, 2-4 texas state #

More information

Georgia softball. Georgia Bulldogs 2016 Game Notes

Georgia softball. Georgia Bulldogs 2016 Game Notes Georgia softball Georgia Bulldogs 2016 Game Notes SID: Whitney Tarpy, Assistant Director wtarpy@sports.uga.edu 615-430-1495 georgiadogs.com Schedule (31-7, 5-4) DATE OPPONENT TIME/RESULT 2/12 1-Elon W,

More information

2016 Ball State Baseball Game Results for Ball State (as of May 27, 2016) (All games)

2016 Ball State Baseball Game Results for Ball State (as of May 27, 2016) (All games) Game Results for Ball State (as of May 27, 2016) (All games) Date Opponent Score Inns Overall MAC Pitcher of record Attend Time 1 Feb 19, 2016 vs #5 Oregon State L 6-7 9 0-1-0 0-0-0 PLESAC (L 0-1) 2231

More information

2017 South Alabama Baseball. South Alabama Jaguars (23-15, 10-5 SBC) vs. Arkansas State Red Wolves (19-17, 7-8 SBC)

2017 South Alabama Baseball. South Alabama Jaguars (23-15, 10-5 SBC) vs. Arkansas State Red Wolves (19-17, 7-8 SBC) Media Information On the Radio: Jaguar baseball games are broadcast live in Mobile on 99.5 FM The Jag, and also available via the iheartradio app. Live Streaming: Live streaming will be available through

More information

2018 PHILADELPHIA EAGLES MEDIA GUIDE

2018 PHILADELPHIA EAGLES MEDIA GUIDE 6-0 196 12th Year DOB: July 25, 1985 (Age 33) Buffalo, New York 2012 2017 2012 Corey Graham re-signed with the Eagles during training camp in 2018 after playing a key role on Philadelphia s Super Bowl

More information

Includes games of Wednesday, March 4, 2015 Major League Baseball

Includes games of Wednesday, March 4, 2015 Major League Baseball Includes games of Wednesday, March 4, 2015 Major League Baseball American League Eastern Division Toronto Blue Jays 1 1.500 - Baltimore Orioles 0 2.000 1 New York Yankees 0 1.000 0.5 Boston Red Sox 0 0-1.000

More information

Monthly Long Range Weather Commentary Issued: APRIL 18, 2017 Steven A. Root, CCM, Chief Analytics Officer, Sr. VP,

Monthly Long Range Weather Commentary Issued: APRIL 18, 2017 Steven A. Root, CCM, Chief Analytics Officer, Sr. VP, Monthly Long Range Weather Commentary Issued: APRIL 18, 2017 Steven A. Root, CCM, Chief Analytics Officer, Sr. VP, sroot@weatherbank.com MARCH 2017 Climate Highlights The Month in Review The average contiguous

More information

TWO COLLEGE WORLD SERIES APPEARANCES TWO SEC TITLES 11 NCAA APPEARANCES. No. 7/7 Georgia (19-2, 0-0 SEC) BULLDOGS

TWO COLLEGE WORLD SERIES APPEARANCES TWO SEC TITLES 11 NCAA APPEARANCES. No. 7/7 Georgia (19-2, 0-0 SEC) BULLDOGS 2012 GEORGIA BULLDOG GEORGIA SOFTBALL VS. MISSISSIPPI STATE MARCH 9-11 MSU SOFTBALL STADIUM STARKVILLE, MISS. GEORGIA SOFTBALL Jen Galas, Sports Communication GA Office: 706.542.9368 Cell: 336.509.8819

More information

OKLAHOMA SOFTBALL SOONERS MEAN GREEN GAME DAY STORYLINES PROGRAM-BEST START FACING NORTH TEXAS

OKLAHOMA SOFTBALL SOONERS MEAN GREEN GAME DAY STORYLINES PROGRAM-BEST START FACING NORTH TEXAS 2000, 2013, 2016, 2017 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS 11 WCWS APPEARANCES 15 BIG 12 TITLES 56 ALL-AMERICA HONORS 125 ALL-REGION HONORS 3 OKLAHOMA SOFTBALL 12 BIG 12 PLAYERS OF THE YEAR 5 BIG 12 PITCHERS OF THE YEAR

More information

Baseball Game Notes 2018 RESULTS

Baseball Game Notes 2018 RESULTS Baseball Game Notes 9 College World Series Appearances 7 NCAA Super Regional Appearances 30 NCAA Tournament Appearances 2 SEC Regular Season Titles 5 SEC Western Division Titles 2018 RESULTS FEBRUARY (6-2)

More information

SCHEDULE (29-26, ACC)

SCHEDULE (29-26, ACC) Hunter Richardson, Assistant SID Softball Contact Box 90557 287 Scott Family Athletics Performance Center, Durham, N.C. 27708 Office: 919-684-6522 Cell: 901-490-4175 Fax: 919-684-2489 h.richardson@duke.edu

More information

Stanford Softball 2007 Postseason Guide 2007 NCAA Regionals May Boyd and Jill Smith Family Stadium Stanford, Calif.

Stanford Softball 2007 Postseason Guide 2007 NCAA Regionals May Boyd and Jill Smith Family Stadium Stanford, Calif. 2007 Postseason Guide 2007 NCAA Regionals May 17-19 Boyd and Jill Smith Family Stadium Stanford, Calif. For Immediate Release: May 15, 2007 Stanford Cardinal Softball Overall Record: 33-19-1, Pac-10 Record:

More information

Standard Indicator That s the Latitude! Students will use latitude and longitude to locate places in Indiana and other parts of the world.

Standard Indicator That s the Latitude! Students will use latitude and longitude to locate places in Indiana and other parts of the world. Standard Indicator 4.3.1 That s the Latitude! Purpose Students will use latitude and longitude to locate places in Indiana and other parts of the world. Materials For the teacher: graph paper, globe showing

More information

W-Women; M-Men; Lax-Lacrosse; Row-Rowing; Ten-Tennis; VB-Volleyball; WP-Water Polo Page 1 of 7

W-Women; M-Men; Lax-Lacrosse; Row-Rowing; Ten-Tennis; VB-Volleyball; WP-Water Polo Page 1 of 7 1 Stanford Pac 12 FBS 1556.75 3 82.5 20 54 0 0 0 0 6 72 0 0 2 90 9 64 0 0 1 100 0 0 504.50 589.75 462.50 2 Ohio State Big Ten FBS 1376.75 5 72.75 49 22.5 0 0 2 90 5 75 49 25 3 83 3 83 1 100 0 0 0 0 187.50

More information

WISCONSIN SOFTBALL. Back-to-Back NCAA Tournament Appearances (5th overall) Four straight 30-win seasons

WISCONSIN SOFTBALL. Back-to-Back NCAA Tournament Appearances (5th overall) Four straight 30-win seasons WISCONSIN SOFTBALL Back-to-Back NCAA Tournament Appearances (5th overall) Four straight 30-win seasons Contact: Kelli Grashel, Athletic Communications Assistant O: (608) 265-3545 / C: (608) 445-4086 /

More information

2018 WESTERN CAROLINA SOFTBALL Softball Contact: Denise Gideon Cell:

2018 WESTERN CAROLINA SOFTBALL Softball Contact: Denise Gideon Cell: 2018 WESTERN CAROLINA SOFTBALL Softball Contact: Denise Gideon Cell: 828-506-2249 Email: dgideon@email.wcu.edu 2018 SCHEDULE/RESULTS Overall: 8-17 SOCON: 0-3 DATE OPPONENT TIME/RESULTS F. 16!vs. Eastern

More information

7 WCWS APPEARANCES» 2 SEC TOURNAMENT TITLES» 33 NFCA ALL-AMERICAN PICKS» 57 ALL-SEC SELECTIONS» 5 SEC PLAYERS OF THE YEAR.

7 WCWS APPEARANCES» 2 SEC TOURNAMENT TITLES» 33 NFCA ALL-AMERICAN PICKS» 57 ALL-SEC SELECTIONS» 5 SEC PLAYERS OF THE YEAR. Maurice Williams, Tennessee Softball Contact Assistant Director of Media Relations Tennessee Athletics 1551 Lake Loudon Blvd., Knoxville, Tenn., 37916 O: (865) 974-8876 C: (803) 842-1279 E: mowill@utk.edu

More information

2006 POSTSEASON VOLLEYBALL GUIDE

2006 POSTSEASON VOLLEYBALL GUIDE 2006 POSTSEASON VOLLEYBALL GUIDE PITT VOLLEYBALL WEEKLY RELEASE NOVEMBER 13, 2006 2006 SCHEDULE Date Opponent W/L Time 8/25 SE Missouri State W 3-0 8/25 Arkansas-Little Rock W 3-1 8/26 Western Carolina

More information

2018 WESTERN CAROLINA SOFTBALL Softball Contact: Denise Gideon Cell:

2018 WESTERN CAROLINA SOFTBALL Softball Contact: Denise Gideon Cell: 2018 WESTERN CAROLINA SOFTBALL Softball Contact: Denise Gideon Cell: 828-506-2249 Email: dgideon@email.wcu.edu 2018 SCHEDULE/RESULTS DATE OPPONENT TIME/RESULTS F. 16!vs. Eastern Illinois L, 3-5 F. 17!vs.

More information

Crop Progress. Corn Mature Selected States [These 18 States planted 92% of the 2017 corn acreage]

Crop Progress. Corn Mature Selected States [These 18 States planted 92% of the 2017 corn acreage] Crop Progress ISSN: 00 Released October, 0, by the National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS), Agricultural Statistics Board, United s Department of Agriculture (USDA). Corn Mature Selected s [These

More information