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2 2020 Day Date Opponent Time Place Fri.-Sun. Jan. 31 Feb. 2 Concordia Kickoff Classic Irvine Fri. Jan. 31 Azusa Paciflc 3:00 Irvine Fri. Jan. 31 Western Washington 6:00 Irvine Sat. Feb. 1 Concordia University-Irvine 12:30 Irvine Sat. Feb. 1 Biola 3:00 Irvine Sun. Feb. 2 Hawaii Paciflc 10:00 Irvine Fri. Feb. 7 Cal State Monterey Bay* (DH) Noon CHICO Sat. Feb. 8 Cal State Monterey Bay* (DH) 11:00 CHICO Fri. Feb. 21 Humboldt State* (DH) Noon Arcata Sat. Feb. 22 Humboldt State* (DH) 11:00 Arcata Fri. Feb. 28 Cal State East Bay* (DH) Noon CHICO Sat. Feb. 29 Cal State East Bay* (DH) 11:00 CHICO Fri. Mar. 6 San Francisco State* (DH) Noon San Francisco Sat. Mar. 7 San Francisco State* (DH) 11:00 San Francisco Fri. Mar. 13 Sonoma State* (DH) 1:00 CHICO Sat. Mar. 14 Sonoma State* (DH) Noon CHICO Fri. Mar. 20 Stanislaus State* (DH) 3:00 Turlock Sat. Mar. 21 Stanislaus State* (DH) Noon Turlock Fri.-Sun. Mar Tournament of Champions Turlock Fri. Mar. 27 Dominican 4:30 Turlock Fri. Mar. 27 Central Washington 7:00 Turlock Sat. Mar. 28 Saint Martin s 2:00 Turlock Sat. Mar. 28 Concordia (Ore.) 4:30 Turlock Sun. Mar. 29 Academy of Art 11:30 Turlock Fri. Apr. 3 Cal State San Bernardino* (DH) 1:00 San Bernardino Sat. Apr. 4 Cal State San Bernardino* (DH) 11:00 San Bernardino Fri. Apr. 10 Cal State San Marcos* (DH) 1:00 CHICO Sat. Apr. 11 Cal State San Marcos* (DH) 11:00 CHICO Fri. Apr. 17 UC San Diego* (DH) 1:00 La Jolla Sat. Apr. 18 UC San Diego* (DH) 11:00 La Jolla Fri. Apr. 24 Cal State Dominguez Hills* (DH) 1:00 CHICO Sat. Apr. 25 Cal State Dominguez Hills* (DH) 11:00 CHICO Thur.-Sun. Apr. 30 May 3 CCAA Championship Tournament TBD La Jolla Thur.-Sun. May 7 9 NCAA Championship West Regional TBD TBD Thur.-Fri. May NCAA Championship Super Regional TBD TBD Thurs.-Mon. May NCAA Championship Finals TBD Chattanooga, Tenn. All times Paciflc *CCAA Game Home Games in Bold

3 What s Inside 2020 Schedule... inside cover 2020 Team Roster... 2 Team Photo... 3 Quick Facts Season Outlook Head Coach Angel Shamblin Assistant Coaches... 9 Player Proflles Results Statistics CCAA Standings/Honors CCAA Opponents Wildcats in the Postseason Season Batting Records Career Batting Records Season Pitching Records Coaching History Career Pitching Records Year-by-Year Coaching Records Individual Honors Records vs. Opponents Team Season Records All-Time Roster Administration Rachael Atkins Sara Mitrano University Softball Field Home of the Wildcats The 2020 Chico State softball media guide is a product of the Chico State Sports Information Department. Design and layout by Rory Miller. Writing, research, and editing by Luke Reid and Rory Miller. Photography by Skip Reager, Matthew Bates, Jason Halley, Ryan McCasland, Janna Weiss Photography, and the Chico State Sports Information Department. The California State University system is committed to providing equal opportunities to students in all campus programs, including intercollegiate athletics. Chico State athletics are funded in part by student Instructionally Related Activities fees. 1

4 Team Roster No Name Pos B/T Ht Yr Hometown/Previous School Major 1 Angel Lopez** INF R/R 5-2 Jr. Oxnard/Oxnard HS Kinesiology 2 Virgie Robello INF R/R 5-2 Jr. Sacramento/Sierra CC Criminal Justice 3 Courtney Springman P R/R 6-0 So. Norco/Army-West Point Communications 5 Drew Rodriguez INF R/R 5-7 Fr. Elk Grove/Cosumnes Oaks HS Physics 6 Sam Mulock*** P L/L 5-9 Sr. San Diego/Westview HS Psychology 7 Karter Williams UTL R/R 5-7 Jr. Escondido/Riverside CC Economics 8 Maddy Johnson OF R/R 5-4 Jr. Santa Cruz/Cabrillo College Communications 10 Rachael Atkins* OF L/R 5-5 So. Galt/Liberty Ranch HS Kinesiology 11 Amanda Metzger* OF R/R 5-7 So. Roseville/Oakmont HS Psychology 12 Reilani Peleti** INF R/R 5-11 Jr. Santa Rosa/Rancho Cotate HS Recreation 13 Alani Nguyen INF R/R 5-2 Fr. Buena Park/Paciflca HS Business Administration 14 Brooke Larsen* P R/R 5-6 Jr. Sacramento/Academy of Art Graphic Design 15 Sara Mitrano** C R/R 5-6 Jr. Simi Valley/Royal HS Communications 20 Kristin Worley*** SS/OF R/R 5-4 Sr. Buena Park/Savanna HS Kinesiology 21 Shelby Burdette** OF L/R 5-4 Jr. San Diego/San Pasqual HS Animal Science 22 Grace Gallagher INF R/R 5-7 Fr. Fair Oaks/Del Campo HS Psychology 25 Jordan DiGiacinto C R/R 5-5 So. Temecula/Mercy College Criminal Justice * Number of Chico State softball letters won Head Coach: Angel Shamblin (Chico State, 01) 1 1th year Assistant Coach: Cyrena Taylor 2nd year Assistant Coach: Bailey Akins 1st year Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer: Juleyka Andino, ATC Head Athletic Trainer: Scott Barker, ATC 2

5 Team Photo Front row, from left: Shelby Burdette, Kristin Worley, Alani Nguyen, Angel Lopez, Virgie Robello, and Jordan DiGiacinto. Back row, from left: Maddy Johnson, Rachael Atkins, Sara Mitrano, Grace Gallagher, Reilani Peleti, Courtney Springman, Sam Mulock, Drew Rodriguez, Brooke Larsen, Amanda Metzger, and Karter Williams. Quick Facts School...California State University, Chico (Chico State) Address... Chico, CA Established/Enrollment (Chico Normal School)/17,019 Nickname/Colors... Wildcats/Cardinal and White National Afflliation... National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division II Conference...California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) Facility... University Softball Field (natural turf) Head Coach...Angel Shamblin (Chico State, 01) 1 1th year Coach s Phone Coach Shamblin s Record at Chico State (10 seasons) Coach Shamblin s Career Record (10 seasons) 2019 Record (23-11, 2nd place in the CCAA) University President...Gayle Hutchinson (University of Massachusetts, Amherst, 79, 90) Athletic Director... Anita Barker (Ohio Northern University, 85) Department Phone Head Athletic Trainer/Phone...Scott Barker, ATC/ SID/SID Assistant... Luke Reid/Rory Miller SID Phone Website... 3

6 Passion and talented mix of players keys to continuing Wildcats winning ways Shelby Burdette Angel Lopez Amanda Metzger By Rory Miller Assistant Sports Information Director When assessing the Chico State softball team s success over the past decade, the program s track record pretty much speaks for itself: over 300 victories, eight NCAA Championship Tournament appearances, a California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) title, and an NCAA Championship Tournament West Region crown. That the Wildcats have won with amazing consistency year in and year out is truly impressive, but to continue that high level of productivity poses an even bigger challenge. It s a goal that the 2020 edition of the Cats are determined to achieve. We re ready to play some games, Head Coach Angel Shamblin said on the eve of the new season. After a lot of work in the fall, we re anxious to get on the fleld and see what we re all about. I m excited about the returners we have coming back. I love our kids; we have a lot of good people that know what we want our culture to be about, and we have a lot of new talent coming aboard that we re really excited about. Now in her 11th season at the helm, Shamblin knows this year s Wildcat squad has a tough act to follow. Chico State posted a record in 2019, flnishing second in the CCAA, and reaching the NCAA Championship Tournament for the flfth straight season. But the winningest coach in program history is also convinced she has assembled the perfect mix of game-tested veterans and productive new players to meet and possibly exceed the lofty standards that the team has set for itself. Shamblin is not the only one who feels that way. The Wildcats enter the 2020 campaign ranked No. 20 in the National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) preseason coaches poll, and have been picked to flnish second in the CCAA preseason poll. Two conference coaches chose the Cats to flnish atop the CCAA standings. Pitching continues to be a major strength for Chico State, and this season Shamblin may have put together the deepest and most talented staff the Wildcats have boasted in years. Whenever you return the conference s Pitcher of the Year, you ve got to like your chances, Shamblin said. She s referring, of course, to junior righthander Brooke Larsen, who in 2019 served as the workhorse of the staff. Larsen won 20 games, tossed seven shutouts, struck out 169 batters, and fashioned a miniscule 1.84 earned run average on the way to not only being named CCAA Pitcher and Newcomer of the Year, but also First Team All-West Region. If anchoring the pitching staff wasn t enough, Larsen was a key part of the Wildcats offensive attack, providing several clutch hits and batting.280 on the season. Larsen isn t the only hurler that is expected to produce big dividends in the pitcher s circle. Senior lefthander Sam Mulock enters her flnal year as a Wildcat with 23 career wins and a 2.08 earned run average. The San Diego product was 6-4 last season with a personal best 1.61 ERA. 4

7 After redshirting last season, sophomore righty Courtney Springman is ready to join the Cats pitching corps. As a true freshman in 2018, Springman won 16 games with 152 strikeouts and a 2.01 ERA at Division I Army, earning First Team All-Patriot League and Third Team NFCA All-Northeast Region honors. Chico State lost several power hitters to graduation, so it will be interesting to see what approach the Wildcats offense takes in While the Cats still have some players who can do some fence-busting, the new season may see the team employ more situational hitting and be a little faster and looser on the basepaths. What s interesting about our sport is sometimes you never know who you re going to be until you start playing, Shamblin said. When the 2018 team broke all of the program s hitting records, none of us would have guessed that we were going to set all those new marks. So we ll see where Team 52 flts in and what we re all about, and, whoever we are, we re going to try to focus on our strengths and make the best of it. As she has done since coming to Chico in 2017, senior shortstop Kristin Worley will be asked to set the tone for the Wildcat offense. Worley a three-time All-CCAA and All-West Region selection had another outstanding season in 2019, batting.378, posting a.480 on-base percentage, and stealing 27 bases, ranking in the CCAA top 10 in all three categories. Already a flxture in the Chico State record books, Worley enters the 2020 campaign with 96 career steals and needs just four swipes to become the Wildcats all-time stolen base leader. Junior inflelder Reilani Peleti is back and looking to build on her career-best 2019 season. The Santa Rosa native hit.336 last year with four home runs and 23 runs batted in, earning Second Team All-CCAA honors. Another productive hitter with home run power is junior inflelder/outflelder Angel Lopez, who hit.389 in 2019 while blasting three homers in just 54 at-bats. Amanda Metzger, who hit.297 with three home runs as a true freshman last season, will also be expected to carry a big part of the Wildcats offensive load. Junior Shelby Burdette and sophomore Rachael Atkins are sure to see plenty of playing time in Atkins displayed some power from the left side of the plate late last season, while the improved offensive skills Burdette displayed in the fall should give her many opportunities to contribute. Catcher Sara Mitrano will also play a key role for Chico State this season. Though her playing time was limited in her flrst two years as a Wildcat, Mitrano will be a force both in the lineup and behind the plate in Sara has paid her dues, Shamblin said. Her strength is that she s really connected with our pitchers, and has the ability to manage them really well. She swings the bat well, too. Sara is a hard worker and I m looking forward to giving her that opportunity that s well deserved. The Wildcats feature seven new players on the 2020 roster, and all have the potential to make an immediate impact. Fleetfooted junior Karter Williams comes to Chico after starring at Riverside College and earning First Team All-Orange Empire Conference and California Community College Fastpitch Coaches Association All-SoCal honors last season. Williams will not only beneflt the Cats ofensively with speed and power, but provide defensive exibility by being available to play multiple positions. Junior Virgie Robello is a transfer from Sierra College in Rocklin. A Second Team All-Big 8 Conference selection, the Wildcats can utilize the Sacramento product in both the infleld and outfleld. Junior Maddy Johnson, a two-time First Team All-Coast Conference South selection from Cabrillo College in Aptos, provides the Cats with additional depth in the outfleld, while sophomore catcher Jordan DiGiacinto, a transfer from Mercy College in Dobbs Ferry, New York, gives Chico State another power bat as well as offering solid defense behind the dish. The Wildcats also welcome in three true freshmen who will challenge for playing time. Drew Rodriguez (Cosumnes Oaks High School in Elk Grove) can anchor both corner infleld positions and provide another extra-base threat to the lineup, while Alani Nguyen (Paciflca High School in Buena Park) and Grace Gallagher (Del Campo High School in Fair Oaks) are two more players who add depth on the infleld while adding punch and production to the Cats offensive attack. Shamblin feels the always-competitive CCAA will be stronger from top to bottom this season than in the past several years, but she s confldent her newest batch of Wildcats will be able to hold their own. Our kids are not only hard-working, but they re gritty, Shamblin said. Teams hate to play us because of our energy and the excitement they bring to the game. Our players never give up, and that s just what this team is all about. And because of that, we ll always be a tough opponent. California Collegiate Athletic Association 2020 Softball Preseason Coaches Poll Team (1st-place votes) Pts 2019 Records 1. UC San Diego (9) , 24-9 CCAA 2. Chico State (2) , CCAA 3. San Francisco State , CCAA 4. Sonoma State , CCAA 5. Cal State Monterey Bay , CCAA 6. Cal State San Bernardino , CCAA Team (1st-place votes) Pts 2019 Records 7. Cal State Dominguez Hills , CCAA 8. Stanislaus State , CCAA 9. Humboldt State , CCAA 10. Cal State San Marcos , CCAA 11. Cal State East Bay , 8-28 CCAA 5

8 COACHING RECORD Year School W L Pct Chico State Chico State Chico State Chico State Chico State Chico State Chico State Chico State Chico State Chico State Totals 10 years Coaching Staff Head Coach Angel Shamblin The winningest head coach in the history of Chico State softball, Angel Shamblin is in her 11th season at the helm of the Wildcats. Since taking over the program in August 2009, she has transformed the Cats into an elite team within the California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA), an NCAA West Region power, and a player on the national softball stage. Shamblin s teams have posted a combined record and eight postseason appearances, a CCAA and NCAA West Region title, and an appearance in the NCAA Division II Championship Finals. The Wildcats won at least 30 games in seven of Shamblin s flrst 10 seasons at the helm. In addition to reaching postseason play in each of the last flve seasons (another Chico State softball record), the Wildcats are an impressive since 2016 (a.743 winning percentage). Under her tutelage, Shamblin s Chico State players have been just as successful, collecting 55 postseason conference awards, 41 All-West Region selections and four All-America honors. For her efforts, Shamblin was named the 2018 CCAA Coach of the Year, while she and her assistants were honored as the West Region Coaching Staff of the Year by the National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA). Chico State posted a record in 2019, a second place flnish in the CCAA and the program s flfth straight appearance in both the conference tournament and NCAA Championship Tournament. The Cats were led by sophomore Brooke Larsen, who received First Team All-CCAA and All-West Region honors, and was named the conference s 2019 Pitcher and Newcomer of the Year. Kristin Worley and Amanda Flores were also All-CCAA and All-West Region selections. Chico State flnished the season ranked No. 21 in the nation. Shamblin and the Wildcats celebrated the program s 50th anniversary in a big way in 2018, posting a 55-6 record the most wins ever by a Chico State softball team, breaking the previous record by 15 victories and reaching the NCAA Division II Championship Finals for the flrst time since The Cats captured both the CCAA regular season and conference tournament crowns, and won flve of six contests to claim the NCAA West Region title. Chico State set 11 new single-season team records in 2018, including highest batting average (.320), runs scored (374), home runs (64), and pitching shutouts (24), while posting a perfect 23-0 record at home. The Wildcats ranked No. 7 in the season s flnal NFCA National Top 25 poll. As a result, Chico State players were showered with individual honors in Pitcher Haley Gilham, who set new Wildcat records for wins in a season (31) and career (87), while tossing a school record 32 career shutouts, was named All-America for the second time, as well as garnering First Team All-CCAA and All-West Region honors. Gilham also won CCAA Pitcher of the Year for the second straight year, and for the second consecutive season was a top 25 flnalist for NFCA Player of the Year. Karli Skowrup, who posted a program record 64 runs batted in, won All-CCAA, All-West Region, and All-America honors in Worley, Flores, Ari Marsh, Wendy Cardinali, Cyrena Taylor, Naomi Monahan, and Bailey Akins were All-CCAA selections, with Cardinali, Worley, Taylor, Flores, and Monahan receiving All-West Region accolades. Akins set a new Chico State singleseason record with 16 home runs on the year. Shamblin guided Chico State to a record in 2017, with the Wildcats reaching the postseason for the third consecutive year. The Cats came within one victory of winning the CCAAChampionship Tournament, and reached the flnal day of the NCAA Championship Tournament West Sub-Regional played in Chico. Cailin Garmon smashed Chico State s single-season stolen base record, and her 53 swipes earned the senior speedster the NFCA/New Balance Golden Shoe award as the top base stealer in all of NCAA Division II softball. The Wildcats flnished the year ranked 19th in the nation by the NFCA. Shamblin s Wildcats posted a record in 2016, tying a 37-year-old school record for victories in a single season. Chico State reached the flnals of both the CCAA Championship Tournament and NCAA West Sub-Regional to close out the campaign. The 2015 edition of the Wildcats flnished the season with a record, with Shamblin steering Chico State into the CCAA Championship Tournament and earning the program s flrst NCAA Championship Tournament apprearance since With a team consisting of 11 new players, including eight freshmen, Shamblin led Chico State to a record in 2013, flnishing in a tie for fourth place in the CCAA. The Cats stayed in contention for a conference tournament bid until being eliminated on the flnal day of the season. 6

9 Coaching Staff Shamblin led the Wildcats to a record in 2012, placing third in the CCAA and reaching the NCAA West Regionals. Defensively, Chico State s.979 flelding percentage ranked third in the nation, while the Wildcats offense batted a collective.302. Shamblin guided the Wildcats to a record in 2011, flnishing third in the CCAA and reaching both the CCAA Tournament and the NCAA West Regional. Among the season s many highlights was beating nationally-ranked Hawaii Paciflc and Western Washington to reach the flnals of the 22-team Mizuno Tournament of Champions, and becoming the flrst Chico State softball team ever to host an NCAA West Regional. Shamblin s flrst year as Wildcats head coach was particularly memorable. Inheriting essentially the same team that flnished 2009 with a record, Shamblin led Chico State to a record in 2010 a 14-win improvement over the previous year and the program s flrst winning season since The Cats wontheir last nine conference games to qualify for postseason play for the flrst time in four years. The Wildcats flnished the season just one win shy of reaching the NCAA Championship Finals, bowing to eventual national champion Hawaii Paciflc in the NCAA West Super Regional. Chico State wrapped up the year ranked No. 17 in the nation. Shamblin s success at Chico State has mirrored her accomplishments as head coach at Arizona Western College in Yuma, Arizona. In her two seasons (2008 and 2009) at AWC, Shamblin led the Matadors to a combined record, including a mark in 2009 that resulted in the program s flrst postseason appearance in three years, and culminating with Shamblin being named the 2009 Arizona Community College Athletic Conference Softball Coach of the Year. Shamblin joined the Chico State coaching staff as an assistant for the 2007 season following a six-year stint at Pleasant Valley High School, where she served as varsity head coach in 2005 and Shamblin led the Vikings to the CIF Northern Section Championship both years, posting a combined record and losing only once in 28 home games. Shamblin was no less successful as a player. She was a star second baseman at Las Plumas High School in Oroville, earning back-to-back All-Eastern Athletic League honors. Shamblin began her college career as the starting shortstop for Butte College and was awarded an All-Golden Valley Conference Honorable Mention for her efforts. She then transferred to BYU-Hawaii and was a starting outflelder for the Seasiders her junior and senior years. A 2001 graduate of Chico State, Shamblin received a bachelor s degree in kinesiology. She earned her master s degree in kinesiology from Chico State in

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11 Coaching Staff Cyrena Taylor Assistant Coach Cyrena Taylor is in her second season as a member of the Chico State softball coaching staff. Her transition from player to coach was a successful one, as she helped the Wildcats win 31 games in 2019 and make postseason appearances in both the CCAA Tournament and the NCAA Championship Tournament. Taylor entered the coaching world following two seasons anchoring flrst base for the Wildcats. The Rancho Cucamonga product batted.339 in 2018 and helped lead the Cats to the program s flrst California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) title, the NCAA West Region crown and an appearance in the NCAA Championship Finals. For her efforts, Taylor earned All-CCAA and All-West Region honors. Taylor was named the CCAA Newcomer of the Year in 2016, along with All-CCAA and All-West Region honors after batting.373 and setting a Chico State single-season record with 19 doubles. She currently ranks fourth in program history in career batting average (.355), sixth in slugging percentage (.535), ninth in doubles (34) and extra-base hits (44), and 10th in runs batted in (81). Before coming to Chico, Taylor starred at Odessa College in Odessa, Texas, twice earning All-Western Junior College Athletic Conference honors and was selected to the 2015 National Junior College Athletic Association All-Region V Team. A 2013 graduate of Los Osos High School in Rancho Cucamonga, Taylor led the Grizzlies to two straight Baseline League championships. Taylor received her bachelor s degree in kinesiology from Chico State in Bailey Akins Assistant Coach Bailey Akins begins her college softball coaching career as a member of Angel Shamblin s 2020 Wildcats staff. The Red Bluff native joins the coaching ranks on the heels of an outstanding playing career that established her as one of the top sluggers in Chico State softball history. In her two years with the Wildcats, Akins blasted 22 round-trippers to rank second on the program s career home run list. Her 16 bombs in 2018 including two against Southern Arkansas in the NCAA Championship flnal set a new Chico State single-season record, and she ranks third all-time in career slugging percentage (.576). A two-time All-CCAA selection at third base, Akins helped lead the Wildcats to the 2018 CCAA and NCAA West Region championships. Akins began her college career at Simpson University in Redding and was a major contributor to the Red Hawks backto-back California Paciflc Conference title teams. A 2015 graduate of Red Bluff High School, Akins was a two-time First Team All-Eastern/Sacramento River League and First Team All-Northern Section selection, and led the Spartans to the 2014 Northern Section championship. Akins is currently working on completing her bachelor s degree in psychology at Chico State. #WildcatFamily 9

12 5-9 > Sr L/L > Pitcher Returning Players #1 Angel #10 Rachael Sam 5-2 > Jr R/R > Inflelder/Outflelder Batted a team-high.389 and tied for fourth on the Wildcats in home runs in 2019 Hit flrst offlcial round-tripper of her college career April 12 vs. Stanislaus State Delivered a three-run bomb May 10 to power the Cats past UC San Diego 6-4 at the NCAA West Regional Appeared in 21 games as a true freshman in 2018 Pre-Chico Days: A 2017 graduate of Oxnard High School Helped Yellowjackets win a pair of Paciflc View League titles Two-time First Team All-PVL selection Second Team All-PVL as a sophomore Earned Athletic Scholar honors in 2016 and 2017 Personal: Born November 9, 1999, in Oxnard Daughter of Christian Lopez and Adrianna Valladolid Has two younger siblings, Christian and Selena Enjoys working out, spending time with family, and playing with her dogs Hopes to go skydiving someday Majoring in kinesiology. Year AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT PO A E FLD% Totals Year 2019 AVG.263 GP-GS 14-3 AB 19 R 2 H 5 diving ca g ab 2B 2 3B 0 HR RBI 1 1 TB 10 SLG% BB HBP 0 0 #6 Led the Wildcats in earned run average in 2019 Second on the team in wins and strikeouts Drove in a run with her flrst career hit as a Cat May 2 vs. Cal State San Bernardino in the CCAA Tournament Posted a 7-1 record and notched two saves in 2018 Won 10 games as a true freshman in 2017 Tossed a no-hitter vs. Notre Dame de Namur on March 31, 2017, during the Tournament of Champions in Turlock Enters 2020 season with seventh-best career ERA in program history Pre-Chico Days: A 2016 graduate of Westview High School in San Diego Earned First Team All-Palomar League honors as a senior Named Second Team All-PL in 2015 Personal: Born March 2, 1998, in San Diego Daughter of Mark and Heather Has one younger sibling, Marian Enjoys reading and spending time with friends Majoring in psychology. Year ERA W- L APP GS CG SHO/CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR AB / / / Totals / SO GDP OB% SF B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA > So L/R > Outflelder Appreared in 14 games as a true freshman in 2019 First hit as a Wildcat was a double March 30 vs. Hawaii Hilo at the Tournament of Champions in Turlock Blasted flrst career home run May 2 vs. Cal State San Bernardino during the CCAA Tournament Pre- Chico Days: A 2018 graduate of Galt s Liberty Ranch High School Four-year varsity letterwinner, posting a.411 career batting average Helped lead Hawks to three Sierra Valley Conference titles Hit a career-high.461 to earn the league s Offensive Player of the Year award Two-time All-SVC selection Personal: Born August 5, 2000, in Lodi Daughter of Billy and Robin Has one older sister, Cortney Biggest sports thrill is making diving catches Enjoys thrifting, reggae festivals, and visiting the ocean Says the best thing about Chico is the upbeat atmosphere Majoring in kinesiology. SH SB-ATT PO A E FLD%

13 5-11 > Jr R/R > Inflelder Returning Players #11 Amanda #14 Brooke Reilani # > So R/R > Outflelder Started 45 games for the Wildcats as a true freshman in 2019 Tied for fourth on the team in home runs while posting flfth-highest batting average Racked up eight multihit games First home run as a Wildcat was a three-run blast March 16 vs. Cal State Dominguez Hills CCAA All-Academic selection Pre-Chico Days: A 2018 graduate of Oakmont High School in Roseville Slugged 11 home runs and 31 extrabase hits in her four varsity seasons Earned First Team All-Central Valley Conference honors in 2018 Second Team All-CVC as a junior All-CVC Honorable Mention in 2015 Three-time team MVP Personal: Born October 9, 2000, in San Jose Daughter of Don and Lisa Has a younger brother, Max Enjoys swimming, traveling, and being outdoors Wants to meet Justin Bieber Majoring in psychology. Year AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT PO A E FLD% Second Team All-CCAA selection in 2019 Tied for team lead in slugging percentage and ranked third in batting average, hits, and home runs Posted team-high 10-game hitting streak February 23 March 16 Started 19 games for the Wildcats as a true freshman in 2018 Pre-Chico Days: A 2017 graduate of Rancho Cotate High School in Rohnert Park Three-time First Team All-North Bay League selection Earned San Francisco Chronicle Second Team All-Metro honors as a senior Twice received First Team All- Redwood Empire honors from the Santa Rosa Press-Democrat U.S. Marine Corps Athletic Award winner Scored over 1,100 career points in basketball Also lettered in volleyball Personal: Born May 22, 1999, in Petaluma Daughter of Rich and Tami Has four siblings: Tanu, Tanoa, Tai, and Tama Majoring in recreation. Year AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT PO A E FLD% Totals > Jr R/R > Pitcher Earned First Team All-CCAA honors in 2019, and was named the conference s Most Valuable Pitcher and Newcomer of the Year First Team All-West Region selection Led CCAA in earned run average, shutouts, and opposing batting average...struck out season-high 11 batters February 1 vs. Azusa Paciflc Two-time CCAA All-Academic selection Pre-Chico Days: Earned All-America honors as a true freshman in 2018 at Academy of Art Named First Team All-West Region and First Team All-Paciflc West Conference A 2017 graduate of Del Campo High School in Fair Oaks Four-time All- Capital Valley Conference selection and the league s Pitcher of the Year in 2015, 2016, and 2017 Personal: Born September 27, 1999, in Sacramento Daughter of Doug Larsen and Karen Mogus Has one older sister, Kate Majoring in graphic design. Year ERA W-L APP GS CG SHO/CBO SV IP H R / ER BB SO B 21 3B HR AB B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA Year AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT PO A E FLD%

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15 #15 Sara 5-4 > Sr R/R > Shortstop/Outflelder Year Totals AVG GP-GS AB 09 9 Returning Players R #21 Shelby Kristin 13 #20 Earned First Team All-CCAA honors for the third straight year in 2019 Second Team All-West Region selection Ranked fourth in the CCAA in steals, sixth in on-base percentage, and seventh in batting Named First Team All-West Region in 2018 Finished second in the CCAA in batting average and stolen bases Earned First Team All-CCAA honors as a true freshman Pre-Chico Days: A 2016 graduate of Savanna High School in Anaheim Four-time Orange League MVP and All-CIF selection Received Orange County Athlete of the Year honors Twice named MaxPreps Small Schools Player of the Year Garnered First Team All-County and Second Team All- State honors Personal: Born April 27, 1998, in Buena Park Daughter of Doug and Samantha Has two siblings, Jeannine and Seth Majoring in kinesiology. Year AVG GP- GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF Totals > Jr R/R > Catcher Appeared in 11 games for the Wildcats last season, starting four Played in 13 games as a true freshman in 2018 Delivered a two-run double in her flrst Chico State at-bat February 4, 2018 vs. Concordia (Ore.) Pre-Chico Days: A 2017 graduate of Royal High School in Simi Valley Earned two varsity letters Earned Second Team All-Coastal Canyon League honors as a senior Named team s defensive MVP in academic award winner Personal: Born February 10, 1999, in Ventura Daughter of Rick and Erin Fischer Has two older siblings, Sam and Tom Sports hero is her sister Sam, who played softball for Team USA Biggest sports thrill is throwing a runner out Enjoys trips to the beach with friends Says the best things about Chico are Thursday Night Farmer s Market and Bear Hole Majoring in communications. Year AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT PO A E FLD% Totals SH SB-ATT PO A E FLD% > Jr L/R > Outflelder Appeared in 29 games for the Wildcats last season First hit of her Chico State career was an RBI single February 1 vs. Western Washington at the Desert Stinger Tournament in Las Vegas Played in 36 games as a true freshman in 2018 Threetime CCAA All-Academic award winner Received Division II Athletic Directors Association Academic Achievement Award Pre-Chico Days: A 2017 graduate of San Pasqual High School in Escondido Played two seasons for the Golden Eagles A track and fleld standout, she was named the school s best female track athlete as a freshman Also lettered in volleyball Personal: Born August 13, 1999, in San Diego Daughter of Shane and Rosky Has two siblings, Ezra and Taylor Enjoys surflng and snowboarding Loves Tiffany & Co Majoring in animal science. H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT PO A E FLD%

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17 Wildcat Newcomers #2 Virgie >>>>>>>>>>>> 5-2 > Jr > R/R > INF/OF Transfer from Sierra College in Rocklin Pre-Chico Days: Played two seasons for the Wolverines, posting a.310 career batting average Batted.317 in 2019 to earn Second Team All-Big 8 Conference honors A 2017 graduate of Del Campo High School in Fair Oaks Earned three varsity letters Helped lead the Cougars to a pair of Capital Valley League titles Named Sacramento Bee Second Team All-Metro in 2015 Personal: Born June 18, 1999, in San Jose Daughter of Jon and Anita Has four older siblings: Christina, Leilani, Jon, and Marcus Sports hero is Tom Brady Biggest sports thrill is advancing to the state championships during her freshman year at Sierra College Biggest non-sports thrill is visiting family in Hawaii Enjoys hiking and traveling Says the best thing about Chico is meeting new people and building lifetime friendships Hopes to someday travel to Italy Best advice ever received: If it doesn t beneflt you or make you happy, let it go Has been playing softball since she was 4 years old Wants to meet Mookie Betts Would travel the world if money were no object Majoring in criminal justice. #3 Courtney <<<<<<<< 6-0 > So > R/R > P Redshirted last season Pre-Chico Days: Pitched the 2018 season for Division I Army in West Point, New York, winning 16 games while posting a 2.01 earned run average for the Black Knights Struck out 152 batters in 188 innings of work, notching 20 complete games and two shutouts Earned First Team All-Patriot League and Third Team National Fastpitch Coaches Association All-Northeast Region honors Named West Point softball MVP Twice received Patriot League Pitcher of the Week and Rookie of the Week awards Army West Point Athletic Association Player of the Week March 26 April 1, 2018 Spent one year at U.S. Military Academy Preparatory School A 2016 graduate of Chino High School Helped lead the Cowboys to a pair of Hacienda League titles First Team All-HL selection Personal: Born February 2, 1998, in Corona Daughter of Jeff and Ann Has one younger sibling, Chase Sports hero is Hall of Famer Derek Jeter Biggest sports thrill was throwing a no-hitter Biggest non-sports thrill is shopping Enjoys going to the beach in Los Angeles Always picks up dirt before she pitches Majoring in communications. #5 Drew >>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 5-7 > Fr > R/R > INF One of three true freshmen on the Wildcats roster Pre-Chico Days: A 2019 graduate of Cosumnes Oaks High School in Elk Grove Played four varsity seasons A career.388 hitter for the Wolfpack with 39 extra-base hits Set a school record with 10 RBI in one game Twice named First Team All-Delta League Sacramento Bee Second Team All-Metro selection in 2018 and 2019 Personal: Born January 10, 2001, in Sacramento Daughter of Tracey Rodriguez Has two siblings, Rey and Delia Sports hero is Roger Federer Biggest sports thrill is a walk-off hit to win the game Biggest non-sports thrill is acing a test Enjoys painting and nature Says the best thing about Chico is the trees and nature on campus Hopes to someday hike Half Dome in Yosemite Best advice ever received: Trust yourself Always ties her shoes a certain way before a ballgame Would travel the world with her family if money were no object Majoring in physics. 15

18 Wildcat Newcomers #7 Karter >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 5-7 > Jr > R/R > UTL Transfer from Riverside City College Pre-Chico Days: Hit.441 for the Tigers in 2019, leading the team in batting average, hits (64), doubles (16), runs scored (47), stolen bases (20), and on-base percentage (.488) Earned First Team All-Orange Empire Conference and California Community College Fastpitch Coaches Association All-SoCal honors Played 2018 season at Division I UC Riverside, starting 12 of 15 games Redshirted as a true freshman A 2016 graduate of Escondido Charter High School Batted over.500 during her prep career Served as White Lions captain as a senior Three-time team MVP First Team All-Paciflc League selection as a freshman, junior, and senior Named the league s Player of the Year in 2013 Also lettered in soccer, earning First Team All-PL honors four times Personal: Born June 3, 1998, in San Diego Daughter of Michael Williams and Toya Carter- Williams Has one older sibling, Cameron Sports hero is Stephen Curry Enjoys painting and binge-watching TV shows Best advice ever received: Dreams remain dreams until you take action Wants to meet Robert Downey Jr Majoring in economics. #8 Maddy <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< 5-4 > Jr > R/R > OF Transfer from Cabrillo College in Aptos Pre-Chico Days: Batted.380 in her two seasons with the Seahawks Two-time First Team All-Coast Conference South selection All-State Academic Award winner in 2019 A 2017 graduate of San Lorenzo Valley High School in Felton Helped lead Cougars to the Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League title as a senior Two-time First Team All-SCCAL selection Second Team All-SCCAL in 2015 Personal: Born April 25, 1999, in Santa Cruz Daughter of Dave Johnson and Heidi Harris Has one younger sister, Cami Sports hero is University of Washington All-American inflelder Sis Bates Biggest sports thrill was advancing to the state regionals with Cabrillo College Biggest non-sports thrill is being at the beach during a crazy sunset Enjoys hiking, shopping, eating, and going to the beach Says the best thing about Chico is the small, friendly community Hopes to someday swim with sharks Best advice ever received: Live less out of habit and more out of intent Always lays her uniform out the night before game day Wants to meet actor John Krasinski Majoring in communications. #13 Alani >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 5-2 > Fr > R/R > INF One of the Wildcats three true freshmen Pre-Chico Days: A 2019 graduate of Paciflca High School in Garden Grove Four-year varsity player Two-time First Team All-Empire League Helped lead the Mariners to three league championships Named the team s Offensive Player of the Year in 2017 and 2018 Personal: Born May 15, 2001, in Anaheim Daughter of Hung and Rebeca Sports hero is Olympic gold medal softball player Lisa Fernandez Biggest sports thrill is hitting back-to-back home runs in Premier Girls Fastpitch Biggest non-sports thrills are cliff jumping in Laughlin, Nevada, and riding rollercoasters Enjoys wakeboarding and riding quads Says the best thing about Chico is the leaves changing colors on campus during the fall Hopes to someday travel the world Best advice ever received: Everything happens for a reason Knows how to use power tools Never steps on the chalk lines when on the fleld Wants to meet Derek Jeter Would take her family on vacation if money were no object Majoring in business administration Plans to open her own optometry practice. 16

19 Wildcat Newcomers #22 Grace >>>>>>> 5-7 > Fr > R/R > INF One of three true freshmen on the Wildcats roster Pre-Chico Days: A 2019 graduate of Del Campo High School in Fair Oaks Helped lead the Cougars to three straight Capital Athletic League titles Batted.433 as a senior to earn Sacramento Bee Second Team All-Metro honors Personal: Born March 1, 2001, in Sacramento Daughter of Susan Gallagher Has three older siblings: Samantha, Matt, and Joe Sports hero is Tom Brady Biggest sports thrill is making diving plays at third base Biggest non-sports thrill is ziplining in Hawaii Enjoys music and spending time with friends and family Says the best things about Chico are the people, the food, and the Wildcat Family Hopes to someday travel the world Best advice ever received: Your dream is not optional, it s necessary. Go after it like your life depends on it, because it does Never walks on the chalk lines when out on the fleld Wants to meet David Ortiz Would see every country in Europe if money were no object Majoring in psychology. #25 Jordan <<<<<<<<<<< 5-5 > So > R/R > C Transfer from Mercy College in Dobbs Ferry, New York Pre-Chico Days: Appeared in 28 games for the Mavericks (25 as a starter) as a true freshman in 2019, batting.284 with a team-high six home runs Earned East Coast Conference Honor Roll recognition April A 2018 graduate of Chaparral High School in Temecula Earned four varsity letters Team captain as a senior Named the Pumas Defensive Player of the Year in 2015 Personal: Born February 22, 2000, in Escondido Daughter of John and Heather Has two older siblings, Nick and Lauren Sports hero is Mike Trout Biggest sports thrill is hitting a walk-off Biggest non-sports thrill is surflng and snowboarding Enjoys music Hopes to visit Italy someday Best advice ever received: Hard work beats talent when talent doesn t work hard Always does her hair the same way on game day Wants to meet Drake Would travel if money were no object Majoring in criminal justice. 17

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21 2019 Results Record: Home: 11-5 Away: 12-6 Neutral: 8-6 CCAA: Game date Opposing team Score r h e/ r h e Inns Overall Conference Pitcher of record Attend Time Feb 01, 2019 vs Azusa Pacific# W / LARSEN (W 1-0) 67 1:58 Feb 01, 2019 vs Western Washington# W / MONAHAN (W 1-0) 56 2:20 Feb 03, 2019 vs Western Oregon# L / LARSEN (L 1-1) 115 2:29 Feb 08, 2019 SAN FRANCISCO STATE* W / LARSEN (W 2-1) 45 2:05 Feb 08, 2019 SAN FRANCISCO STATE* W / MONAHAN (W 2-0) 55 2:17 Feb 10, 2019 SAN FRANCISCO STATE* W / LARSEN (W 3-1) 60 2:03 Feb 10, 2019 SAN FRANCISCO STATE* W / FLORES (W 1-0) 65 2:20 Feb 18, 2019 HUMBOLDT STATE* W / LARSEN (W 4-1) 110 2:33 Feb 18, 2019 HUMBOLDT STATE* L / MONAHAN (L 2-1) 135 2:00 Feb 19, 2019 HUMBOLDT STATE* W / LARSEN (W 5-1) 65 2:35 Feb 19, 2019 HUMBOLDT STATE* W / MULOCK (W 1-0) 70 2:02 Feb 22, 2019 at Sonoma State* W / LARSEN (W 6-1) 65 1:50 Feb 22, 2019 at Sonoma State* L / MULOCK (L 1-1) 75 2:25 Feb 23, 2019 at Sonoma State* W / LARSEN (W 7-1) 75 3:00 Feb 23, 2019 at Sonoma State* W / MULOCK (W 2-1) 87 3:00 Mar 01, 2019 at Cal State San Marcos* W / LARSEN (W 8-1) 92 2:30 Mar 01, 2019 at Cal State San Marcos* W / MULOCK (W 3-1) 110 2:40 Mar 08, 2019 CSU SAN BERNARDINO* W / LARSEN (W 9-1) 60 1:50 Mar 08, 2019 CSU SAN BERNARDINO* L / FLORES (L 1-1) 65 2:30 Mar 15, 2019 at CSU Dominguez Hills* W / LARSEN (W 10-1) 76 2:20 Mar 15, 2019 at CSU Dominguez Hills* L / FLORES (L 1-2) 139 2:10 Mar 16, 2019 at CSU Dominguez Hills* W / LARSEN (W 11-1) 87 2:43 Mar 16, 2019 at CSU Dominguez Hills* W / MULOCK (W 4-1) 329 2:20 Mar 24, 2019 UC SAN DIEGO* L / (9) LARSEN (L 11-2) 145 2:42 Mar 24, 2019 UC SAN DIEGO* L / MULOCK (L 4-2) 165 2:13 Mar 29, 2019 vs Holy Names% W / MULOCK (W 5-2) 67 2:28 Mar 29, 2019 vs Central Washington% W / LARSEN (W 12-2) 72 2:11 Mar 30, 2019 vs Montana St. Billings% L / MONAHAN (L 2-2) 32 2:05 Mar 30, 2019 vs Hawaii Hilo% W / LARSEN (W 13-2) 60 2:21 Mar 31, 2019 vs Concordia (Ore.)% W / LARSEN (W 14-2) 83 1:59 Apr 06, 2019 at CSU Monterey Bay* W / LARSEN (W 15-2) 105 2:27 Apr 06, 2019 at CSU Monterey Bay* L / MULOCK (L 5-3) 117 2:18 Apr 07, 2019 at CSU Monterey Bay* L / LARSEN (L 15-3) 121 2:28 Apr 07, 2019 at CSU Monterey Bay* L / FLORES (L 1-3) 134 2:16 Apr 12, 2019 STANISLAUS STATE* L / LARSEN (L 15-4) 75 2:10 Apr 12, 2019 STANISLAUS STATE* W / MONAHAN (W 3-2) 85 2:05 Apr 13, 2019 STANISLAUS STATE* W / LARSEN (W 16-4) 82 2:15 Apr 13, 2019 STANISLAUS STATE* W / MONAHAN (W 4-2) 95 1:42 Apr 19, 2019 at Cal State East Bay* W / LARSEN (W 17-4) 129 2:17 Apr 19, 2019 at Cal State East Bay* W / MULOCK (W 6-3) 114 2:18 Apr 20, 2019 at Cal State East Bay* W / LARSEN (W 18-4) 281 2:46 Apr 20, 2019 at Cal State East Bay* L / (10) MULOCK (L 6-4) 183 3:19 May 02, 2019 vs CSU San Bernardino! L / LARSEN (L 18-5) 109 2:34 May 03, 2019 at Cal St. Monterey Bay! L / LARSEN (L 18-6) 143 2:19 May 09, 2019 vs Sonoma State^ W / LARSEN (W 19-6) 75 2:05 May 10, 2019 vs UC San Diego^ W / LARSEN (W 20-6) 80 2:15 May 11, 2019 vs UC San Diego^ L / LARSEN (L 20-7) 80 2:31 May 11, 2019 vs UC San Diego^ L / LARSEN (L 20-8) 85 2:06 * California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) game # Desert Stinger Tournament game % Tournament of Champions game! CCAA Tournament game ^ NCAA Championship Tournament West Regional game 19

22 2019 Statistics 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% 1 LOPEZ, Angel WORLEY, Kristin PELETI, Reilani FLORES, Amanda METZGER, Amanda MARSH, Ari LARSEN, Brooke WAYNE, Claire CARDINALI, Wendy AKINS, Bailey ATKINS, Rachael MULOCK, Sam WEISS, Annie MARTIN, Breanna MONAHAN, Naomi BURDETTE, Shelby MITRANO, Sara DUGGER, Karli HAYES, Ana Totals Opponents Player ERA W-L APP GS CG SHO/CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR AB B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA 6 MULOCK, Sam / LARSEN, Brooke / FLORES, Amanda / MONAHAN, Naomi / Totals / Opponents / Supporting Chico State Athletics 20

23 Most Valuable Player: Morgan Ratliff, Cal State San Bernardino Most Valuable Pitcher: Brooke Larsen, Chico State Freshman of the Year: Brylynn Vallejos, San Francisco State Newcomer of the Year: Brooke Larsen, Chico State Coach of the Year: Patti Gerckens, UC San Diego 2019 Final Standings CCAA Overall W L Pct. W L Pct. UC San Diego*^# Chico State*^ San Francisco State*^ Sonoma State*$^ Cal State Monterey Bay* Cal State San Bernardino* Cal State Dominguez Hills Stanislaus State Humboldt State Cal State San Marcos Cal State East Bay * CCAA Tournament participant $ CCAA Tournament winner ^ NCAA Division II Championship Tournament participant # NCAA Championship Tournament West Region winner CCAA TOURNAMENT May 2 5 Double elimination Cal State Monterey Bay Softball Field Seaside First Round Thursday, May 2 Cal State San Bernardino 9, San Francisco State 3 Sonoma State 5, Cal State Monterey Bay 3 Cal State San Bernardino 7, Chico State 5 Quarterflnals Friday, May 3 Sonoma State 5, UC San Diego 4 (8 inn.) Cal State Monterey Bay 3, Chico State 1 San Francisco State 1, UC San Diego 0 Semiflnals Saturday, May 4 Cal State Monterey Bay 7, San Francisco State 3 Sonoma State 9, Cal State San Bernardino 0 (5 inn.) Cal State San Bernardino 11, Cal State Monterey Bay 0 (5 inn.) Finals Sunday, May 5 Sonoma State 7, Cal State San Bernardino All-Conference Softball Teams FIRST TEAM ALL-CCAA P Brooke Larsen...Chico State P Robyn Wampler...UC San Diego C Jordyn Martinez...Sonoma State 1B Sarah Fukushima...Cal State East Bay 2B Courtney Hennings...Cal State Monterey Bay 3B Maddy Lewis...UC San Diego SS Kristin Worley...Chico State OF Alee Balanon...Sonoma State OF Morgan Ratliff...Cal State San Bernardino OF Brylynn Vallejos...San Francisco State DP Amanda Flores...Chico State UTL (P) Hayley Fein...Cal State Monterey Bay UTL (NP) Sherriah Harrington...UC San Diego AL (OF) Keila Bosinger...UC San Diego AL (OF) Damari Simon...Cal State Dominguez Hills SECOND TEAM ALL-CCAA P Kylie Ragsdale... Stanislaus State P Brielle Vidmar... Sonoma State C Dominique Walker... Cal State San Bernardino 1B Alyssa Burt... Cal State Monterey Bay 2B Wendy Cardinali... Chico State 3B Bailey Akins... Chico State SS Jazmin Guzman... Cal State Dominguez Hills OF Amanda Canizales... Cal State Dominguez Hills OF Marissa Hukkanen... Cal State Monterey Bay OF Cameron Kirtlan... Sonoma State DP Nina Revoir... San Francisco State UTL (NP) Michelle Castro... San Francisco State AL (1B) Reilani Peleti... Chico State AL (DP) Rylie Carlier... Humboldt State AL (DP) Jordann White... Sonoma State Abbreviations UTL (P) Utility (pitcher) UTL (NP) Utility (non-pitcher) AL At Large (any position) 21

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25 CCAA Opponents Cal State Dominguez Hills Team Name: Toros Enrollment: 14,583 Head Coach: Jim Maier Record at School: (14 years) 2019 Record: (21-17, 7th in CCAA) SID: Rick Hoskin, Series since 1983: Chico State leads, Humboldt State Team Name: Lumberjacks Enrollment: 7,300 Head Coach: Shelli Sarchett Record at School: (6 years) 2019 Record: (12-26, 9th in CCAA) SID: Joe Danahey, Series since 1983: Humboldt State leads, Cal State East Bay Team Name: Pioneers Enrollment: 14,749 Head Coach: Claire Sua-Amundson Record at School: (4 years) 2019 Record: (8-28, 11th in CCAA) SID: Eric Harding, Series since 1983: Chico State leads, San Francisco State Team Name: Gators Enrollment: 30,000 Head Coach: Alicia Reid Record at School: (2 years) 2019 Record: (26-13, 3rd in CCAA) SID: Brandon Davis, Series since 1983: Chico State leads, Cal State Monterey Bay Team Name: Otters Enrollment: 5,002 Head Coach: Andrea Kenney Record at School: (14 years) 2019 Record: (23-17, 5th in CCAA) SID: Kevin Gilmore, Series since 1983: Tied, Sonoma State Team Name: Seawolves Enrollment: 8,000 Head Coach: Jennifer Bridges Record at School: (10 years) 2019 Record: (21-15, 4th in CCAA) SID: Dave Cox, Series since 1983: Sonoma State leads, Cal State San Bernardino Team Name: Coyotes Enrollment: 17,000 Head Coach: Dee Payan Record at School: (1 year) 2019 Record: (20-16, 6th in CCAA) SID: Brian Gaul, Series since 1983: Chico State leads, Stanislaus State Team Name: Warriors Enrollment: 8,000 Head Coach: Jessica Ventoza Record at School: (4 years) 2019 Record: (16-24, 8th in CCAA) SID: Hung Tsai, Series since 1983: Chico State leads, Cal State San Marcos Team Name: Cougars Enrollment: 11,600 Head Coach: Stef Ewing Record at School: (1 year) 2019 Record: (10-28, 10th in CCAA) SID: Mindy Mills, Series since 1983: Chico State leads, 11-5 UC San Diego Team Name: Tritons Enrollment: 25,278 Head Coach: Patti Gerckens Record at School: (27 years) 2019 Record: (24-9, 1st in CCAA) SID: Scott Flanders, Series since 1983: UC San Diego leads,

26 Wildcats in the Postseason NCAA Championship Tournament Finals 2018 Chico State 0-2 May 24 Saint Leo 3, Chico State 2 May 25 Southern Arkansas 12, Chico State Chico State 2-2, reaches tournament semiflnals May 16 Chico State 2, North Dakota State 0 May 17 Grand Valley State 4, Chico State 2 May 18 Chico State 2, Le Moyne 0 May 19 St. Mary's (Texas) 1, Chico State 0 NCAA Championship Tournament NCAA Championship Tournament West Super Regional 2018 Chico State eliminates Dixie State, 2 games to 1 May 17 Chico State 6, Dixie State 0 May 18 Dixie State 5, Chico State 2 May 18 Chico State 4, Dixie State Hawaii Paciflc eliminates Chico State, 2 games to 1 May 21 Chico State 5, Hawaii Paciflc 0 May 22 Hawaii Paciflc 11, Chico State 2 (5 innings) May 22 Hawaii Paciflc 5, Chico State Chico State 2-2 May 9 Chico State 7, Sonoma State 0 May 10 Chico State 6, UC San Diego 4 May 11 UC San Diego 5, Chico State 4 May 11 UC San Diego 2, Chico State Chico State 3-0, advances to West Super Regional May 10 Chico State 5, Northwest Nazarene 2 May 11 Chico State 3, Cal Baptist 0 (9 innings) May 12 Chico State 7, Cal Baptist Chico State 2-2 May 11 Cal State San Bernardino 5, Chico State 2 May 12 Chico State 4, Cal Baptist 3 May 12 Chico State 5, Cal State San Bernardino 3 May 13 Humboldt State 5, Chico State Chico State 2-2 May 5 Cal Baptist 4, Chico State 1 May 6 Chico State 9, Sonoma State 4 (8 innings) May 6 Chico State 6, Cal Baptist 0 May 7 Humboldt State 5, Chico State Chico State 1-2 May 7 Cal Baptist 8, Chico State 1 May 8 Chico State 6, Saint Martin's 4 May 8 Cal Baptist 9, Chico State Chico State 0-2 May 4 Sonoma State 1, Chico State 0 May 5 Grand Canyon 2, Chico State 1 Chico State's 2002 softball team reached the semiflnals of the NCAA Championship Tournament in Salem, Virginia. NCAA Tournament West Regional 2011 Chico State 2-2 May 13 Chico State 3, Western Washington 1 May 14 UC San Diego 3, Chico State 1 (11 innings) May 14 Chico State 3, Central Washington 2 May 15 UC San Diego 2, Chico State Chico State 3-0, advances to West Super Regional May 14 Chico State 5, Grand Canyon 4 (8 innings) May 15 Chico State 7, Sonoma State 0 May 16 Chico State 4, Dixie State Chico State 3-2 May 12 Chico State 2, Montana State-Billings 1 May 12 Chico State 4, Cal State Dominguez Hills 2 May 13 Chico State 1, San Francisco State 0 May 14 San Francisco State 3, Chico State 2 May 15 San Francisco State 3, Chico State Chico State 5-1, advances to NCAA Championship Finals May 9 Western New Mexico 3, Chico State 2 May 9 Chico State 5, Humboldt State 4 May 10 Chico State 4, UC San Diego 0 May 10 Chico State 2, UC Davis 1 May 11 Chico State 5, Cal State Bakersfleld 0 May 12 Chico State 3, Cal State Bakersfleld Chico State 1-2 May 13 Chico State 1, Wayne State 0 May 13 Northridge State 4, Chico State 0 May 14 Northridge State 1, Chico State 0 (10 innings) 1982 Chico State 0-2 May 14 Northridge State 1, Chico State 0 May 15 Northridge State 2, Chico State 0 24

27 Wildcats in the Postseason 2019 Chico State 0-2 in tournament May 2 Cal State San Bernardino 7, Chico State 5 May 3 Cal State Monterey Bay 3, Chico State Chico State 3-0, wins conference tournament May 4 Chico State 12, Cal State San Bernardino 0 May 5 Chico State 7, UC San Diego 0 May 6 Chico State 3, Cal State San Bernardino Chico State 2-2 in tournament May 5 Chico State 3, Cal State Monterey Bay 0 May 6 Chico State 2, Humboldt State 1 May 7 Humboldt State 5, Chico State 3 May 7 Humboldt State 8, Chico State 0 (5 innings) 2016 Chico State 2-2 in tournament April 29 Chico State 5, Sonoma State 3 April 30 UC San Diego 7, Chico State 5 April 30 Chico State 6, Sonoma State 4 May 1 UC San Diego 5, Chico State 2 CCAA Tournament 2015 Chico State 0-2 in tournament May 1 Cal State Monterey Bay 7, Chico State 6 (10 innings) May 2 Sonoma State 6, Chico State Chico State 1-2 in tournament April 27 Chico State 6, Cal State Monterey Bay 3 April 28 UC San Diego 3, Chico State 2 April 28 Cal State Monterey Bay 4, Chico State Chico State 0-2 in tournament April 29 Sonoma State 6, Chico State 2 April 30 Cal State Dominguez Hills 9, Chico State 5 (8 innings) 2010 Chico State 1-2 in tournament April 30 Chico State 5, Cal State Monterey Bay 0 May 1 Cal State Dominguez Hills 2, Chico State 1 May 1 Sonoma State 3, Chico State 1 Association for Intercollegiate Athletics for Women (AIAW) AIAW Division III National Championship 1980 Chico State 5-0, wins National Championship May 21 Chico State 2, Glassboro State 0 May 21 Chico State 4, Graceland College 0 May 22 Chico State 2, Slippery Rock College 0 May 23 Chico State 2, Trenton State 0 May 24 Chico State 2, Trenton State 0 AIAW Division III Region 8 Tournament 1980 Chico State 5-1, advances to National Championship May 10 University of San Diego 2, Chico State 1 May 10 Chico State 1, Point Loma College 0 May 10 Chico State 8, Humboldt State 0 May 10 Chico State 6, University of San Diego 0 May 11 Chico State 6, Hayward State 0 May 11 Chico State 5, Hayward State 4 Shortstop Wendy Cardinali is carried off the fleld by her jubilant Wildcat teammates after making a diving catch to secure the flnal out of Chico State's CCAA Tournament championship clincher against Cal State San Bernardino May 6, 2018, at the University of the Paciflc's Bill Simoni Field. 25

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29 Season Batting Records Batting Average.404 Kathleen Haugen Emily McEnaney Britt Wright Desiree Gonzalez Chelsea Lundberg Monica Mayer Hailey Stockman Kristin Worley Ari Marsh Kristin Worley Hits 73 Britt Wright Ari Marsh Charlotte Honciano Karli Skowrup Alli Cook Ari Marsh Sam Quadt Desiree Gonzalez Kristin Worley Cyrena Taylor Doubles 19 Cyrena Taylor Diana Payan Desiree Gonzalez Ari Marsh Dawn Harmaning J.R. Roberts Courtney Kerley Emily McEnaney Cyrena Taylor Wendy Cardinali Triples 14 Sue Sanchez Monica Mayer Kari Hawkins Kim Alltucker Lisa Callahan x, last by Ashley Huff Home Runs 16 Bailey Akins Karli Skowrup Hailey Stockman Desiree Gonzalez Wendy Cardinali Hailey Stockman Claire Wayne Chelsea Lundberg Sam Baker Desiree Gonzalez Claire Wayne Runs Batted In 64 Karli Skowrup Hailey Stockman Desiree Gonzalez Ari Marsh Sam Quadt Bailey Akins Cyrena Taylor Ari Marsh Desiree Gonzalez Emily McEnaney Runs 58 Wendy Cardinali Kristin Worley Bailey Akins Alli Cook Karli Skowrup Hailey Stockman Cailin Garmon Kristin Worley Richelle Stump Alli Cook Slugging Percentage.674 Sue Sanchez Hailey Stockman Karli Skowrup J.R. Roberts Hailey Stockman Bailey Akins Kathleen Haugen Chelsea Lundberg Desiree Gonzalez Emily McEnaney Extra Base Hits 28 Karli Skowrup Hailey Stockman Bailey Akins Sue Sanchez Wendy Cardinali Desiree Gonzalez Cyrena Taylor J.R. Roberts Chelsea Lundberg Hailey Stockman Desiree Gonzalez Total Bases 125 Karli Skowrup Bailey Akins Hailey Stockman Wendy Cardinali Chelsea Lundberg Desiree Gonzalez Hailey Stockman Charlotte Honciano Sue Sanchez Cyrena Taylor Base on Balls 53 Wendy Cardinali Claire Wayne Ashley Huff Desiree Gonzalez Bailey Akins J.R. Roberts , Chelsea Lundberg Julie Freeman Kristin Worley Amy Biersch Bridgette Overstreet Emily McEnaney Stolen Bases Cailin Garmon Kristin Worley Kristin Worley Alli Cook Alli Cook Kristin Worley Gwen Cox Kari Hawkins Alli Cook Alli Cook Kari Hawkins On Base Percentage (1994 Present).510 Desiree Gonzalez Chelsea Lundberg Hailey Stockman Kristin Worley Wendy Cardinali Emily McEnaney Kristin Worley Brynn Lesovsky J.R. Roberts , Cyrena Taylor Statistics compiled include seasons, except as noted. Hailey Stockman ranks in the top 10 in eight single season hitting caregories.

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31 Career Batting Records Batting Average (Min. 250 AB).374 Kristin Worley Chelsea Lundberg , Britt Wright Cyrena Taylor , Hailey Stockman Desiree Gonzalez Diana Payan Wendy Cotton J.R. Roberts Alli Cook Runs Batted In 165 Desiree Gonzalez Ari Marsh Emily McEnaney Katie Stokx Hailey Stockman J.R. Roberts Sam Quadt Chelsea Lundberg , Karli Skowrup Cyrena Taylor , 18 Base on Balls 97 Claire Wayne J.R. Roberts Desiree Gonzalez Amy Biersch Bridgette Overstreet Emily McEnaney Wendy Cardinali Brynn Lesovsky Katie Stokx Rachel Failla Hits 231 Ari Marsh Alli Cook Desiree Gonzalez Katie Stokx Sam Quadt Megan Farnham Emily McEnaney J.R. Roberts Chelsea Lundberg , Kristin Worley Doubles 52 Desiree Gonzalez Katie Stokx Emily McEnaney Ari Marsh J.R. Roberts Bridgette Overstreet Chelsea Lundberg , Megan Farnham Cyrena Taylor , Sam Quadt Triples 16 Kari Hawkins Monica Mayer , Sue Sanchez J.R. Roberts Mindy Morse Megan Farnham Lyn Edison Julie Freeman Debbie Spinney Brandi Worth Home Runs 29 Desiree Gonzalez Bailey Akins Hailey Stockman Claire Wayne Emily McEnaney J.R. Roberts Chelsea Lundberg , Karli Skowrup Wendy Cardinali Katie Stokx Rachel Failla Runs 141 Alli Cook Kristin Worley Desiree Gonzalez Ari Marsh Bridgette Overstreet Megan Farnham Carrie Webber , Sam Quadt J.R. Roberts Kamala Kiffe Slugging Percentage (Min. 250 AB).650 Hailey Stockman Desiree Gonzalez Bailey Akins Chelsea Lundberg , J.R. Roberts Cyrena Taylor , Wendy Cardinali Monica Mayer , Emily McEnaney Karli Skowrup Extra-Base Hits 83 Desiree Gonzalez J.R. Roberts Emily McEnaney Katie Stokx Chelsea Lundberg , Ari Marsh Bridgette Overstreet Hailey Stockman Cyrena Taylor , Wendy Cardinali Total Bases 355 Desiree Gonzalez Ari Marsh J.R. Roberts Katie Stokx Emily McEnaney Chelsea Lundberg , Megan Farnham Alli Cook Sam Quadt Kamala Kiffe Stolen Bases-Attempts Alli Cook Kristin Worley Cailin Garmon Kari Hawkins Amber Neves Bridgette Overstreet Kamala Kiffe Rebecca Johnson Gwen Cox Kelli Keefe Toughest To Strike Out (Avg. per 100 at-bats; min. 250 AB).013 Brandi Worth Shawnn Gallagher Debbie Spinney Tamara DeMauro Ari Marsh Julie Freeman Alli Cook Wendy Cotton Joanna Martin Stayce Sasser Statistics compiled include seasons, except as noted. All-time home run, RBI, and extra-base hit leader Desiree Gonzalez 29

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33 Season Pitching Records Wins 31 Haley Gilham Haley Gilham Sam Baker Brooke Langeloh Brooke Larsen Katie Stokx Sam Baker Stayce Sasser Kacie McCarthy Haley Gilham Kristin Paese Haley Gilham Innings Pitched Katie Stokx Haley Gilham Sam Baker Haley Gilham Stacy Lumley Stayce Sasser Brooke Langeloh Megan Pearson Kacie McCarthy Brooke Larsen Earned Run Average (Min. 100 IP) 0.79 Teresa Hedges Sheila Kance Jodi Lemm Haley Gilham Haley Gilham Stayce Sasser Sam Baker Katie Stokx Karen Marr Katie Stokx Strikeouts 225 Brooke Langeloh Sam Baker Haley Gilham Sam Baker Brooke Larsen Katie Stokx Haley Gilham Katie Stokx Jessica McDermott Kristin Paese Hits per 7 innings (Min. 100 IP) 4.22 Sheila Kane Katie Stokx Allison Fritz Teresa Hedges Brooke Langeloh Katie Stokx Allison Fritz Haley Gilham Brooke Larsen Jodi Lemm Appearances 43 Haley Gilham Katie Stokx Haley Gilham Sam Baker Stacy Lumley Katie Beasley Brooke Langeloh Mandy McCormack Haley Gilham Jessica McDermott Statistics compiled include seasons; 1992 pitching statistics are unavailable. Coaching History Shutouts 16 Haley Gilham Katie Stokx Haley Gilham Jessica McDermott Stayce Sasser Leah Hubble Kristin Paese Katie Stokx Kacie McCarthy Brooke Larsen Strikeouts per 7 innings (Min. 100 IP) 8.33 Brooke Langeloh Sam Baker Kristin Paese Brooke Larsen Sam Baker Jessica McDermott Jessica McDermott Katie Stokx Allison Fritz Haley Gilham Complete Games 33 Katie Stokx Haley Gilham Megan Pearson Haley Gilham Stacy Lumley Kim Jinks Stacy Lumley Sam Baker Stayce Sasser Leah Hubble Erin McCulloch Coach Seasons Years W L T Pct Joan Wallace ( ) Lin Adams ( ) Chuck Johnson ( ) Teri Rupe ( ) Jamie Brown ( ) Angel Shamblin ( ) Totals ( )

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35 Career Pitching Records Wins 87 Haley Gilham Katie Stokx Stayce Sasser Brooke Langeloh Jessica McDermott Sam Baker Allison Fritz Kristin Paese Erin McCulloch Stacy Lumley Innings Pitched Haley Gilham Katie Stokx Allison Fritz Jessica McDermott Stayce Sasser Brooke Langeloh Sam Baker Stacy Lumley Kristin Paese Mandy McCormack Earned Run Average (min. of 200 IP) 1.71 Haley Gilham Erin McCulloch Stayce Sasser Katie Stokx Leah Hubble Sam Baker Sam Mulock Allison Fritz Karen Marr Strikeouts 558 Katie Stokx Haley Gilham Allison Fritz Jessica McDermott Brooke Langeloh Sam Baker Kristin Paese Lauren Walker Brooke Larsen Alex Molina Hits per 7 innings (min. 200 IP) 5.14 Katie Stokx Sam Baker Allison Fritz Stayce Sasser Haley Gilham Katie Beasle Kristin Paese Jessica McDermott Brooke Langeloh Erin McCulloch Appearances 145 Haley Gilham Katie Stokx Jessica McDermott Allison Fritz Brooke Langeloh Sam Baker Sam Mulock Mandy McCormack Erin McCulloch Katie Beasley Shutouts 32 Haley Gilham Katie Stokx Jessica McDermott Allison Fritz Sam Baker Stayce Sasser Kristin Paese Leah Hubble Brooke Langeloh Strikeouts per 7 innings (min. 200 IP) 6.83 Sam Baker Brooke Langeloh Kristin Paese Katie Stokx Jessica McDermott Allison Fritz Haley Gilham Brooke Langeloh Lauren Walker Kayla McConnell Complete Games 89 Katie Stokx Haley Gilham Allison Fritz Jessica McDermott Stacy Lumley Megan Pearson Sam Baker Kristin Paese Stayce Sasser Brooke Langeloh Statistics compiled include seasons; 1992 pitching statistics are unavailable. Year-by-Year Coaching Records Year Coach W L T Pct 1969 Joan Wallace Joan Wallace Joan Wallace N/A 1972 Joan Wallace Joan Wallace Joan Wallace Joan Wallace N/A 1976 Joan Wallace N/A 1977 Joan Wallace Joan Wallace Joan Wallace Joan Wallace Joan Wallace Joan Wallace Joan Wallace Joan Wallace Joan Wallace Joan Wallace Year Coach W L T Pct 1987 Joan Wallace Joan Wallace Joan Wallace Lin Adams Lin Adams Chuck Johnson Chuck Johnson Chuck Johnson Teri Rupe Teri Rupe Teri Rupe Teri Rupe Teri Rupe Teri Rupe Teri Rupe Teri Rupe Year Coach W L T Pct 2003 Teri Rupe Teri Rupe Teri Rupe Teri Rupe Jamie Brown Jamie Brown Jamie Brown Angel Shamblin Angel Shamblin Angel Shamblin Angel Shamblin Angel Shamblin Angel Shamblin Angel Shamblin Angel Shamblin Angel Shamblin Angel Shamblin year totals

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37 Sherri Grilli , 1980 Terri Moore Diana Honeycutt , 1980 Kathy Arendsen Venita Garcia Patti McPhee Lisa Crowe , 1983 Shelly Bloom Sal Coats Cheryl Goldsmith Jolein Heinlein Diane Kinney , 1983 Barbara Lanz , 1984 Becky Robinson , 1985 Teresa Hedges Linda Jones Elena Vasconcellos , 1986 Shiela Kane Karen Fitzgerald Rhonda Hammond Amy Goodwin Judy Fick Lisa Callahan Individual Honors First Team All-Conference Debbie Spinney Monica Meyer , 1995 Tamra DeMauro , 1994 Kathleen Haugen Wendy Cotton J.R. Roberts , 1999 Alli Fritz Amy Biersch Chelsea Lundberg Charlotte Honciano Hailey Stockman , 2012 Britt Wright Haley Gilham , 2017, 2018 Alli Cook , 2016 Desiree' Gonzalez Brynn Lesovsky Cyrena Taylor Ari Marsh , 2018 Kristin Worley , 2018, 2019 Karli Skowrup Wendy Cardinali Amanda Flores Brooke Larsen Jodi Lemm Debbie Huntze Kim Alltucker Julie Freeman Mindy Morse Stayce Sasser , 1993, 1994 Shawnn Gallagher Richelle Stump Wendy Cotton Kris Herman Jackie Pope Amy Biersch , 2003 Ashley Andersen Katie Stokx , 2004, 2005 Lindsay Himmelspach Kamala Kiffe Bridgette Overstreet Kristin Paese Amber Neves Nickie Jarrett Chelsea Lundberg Megan Bera Gwen Cox Second Team All-Conference Britt Wright Sam Baker , 2012 Diana Payan , 2012 Bianca Lopez Sam Quadt Alli Cook Emily McEnaney Tori Zimmermann Brooke Langeloh , 2016 Cyrena Taylor Amanda Flores Naomi Monahan Bailey Akins Wendy Cardinali Reilani Peleti Julie Freeman Sara Betz Teresa Ferguson Stayce Sasser Tara Keegan Tonya Stilwell Dawn Harmaning All-Americans Jami (J.R.) Roberts 1997 & 1998 Third Team Hailey Stockman 2012 Honorable Mention Haley Gilham 2017 Third Team Haley Gilham 2018 Second Team NFCA/New Balance Golden Shoe Award (the nation's top Division II base stealer) Cailin Garmon 2017 All-West Region Jami (J.R.) Roberts 1997 & 1998 First Team Alli Fritz 1999 First Team Jami (J.R.) Roberts 1999 Second Team Ashley Andersen 2003 Second Team Katie Stokx 2005 Second Team Amber Neves 2005 Second Team Chelsea Lundberg 2005 Second Team Charlotte Honciano 2010 First Team Hailey Stockman 2011 & 2012 First Team Sam Baker 2011 & 2012 Second Team Britt Wright 2011 & 2012 Second Team Diana Payan 2012 First Team Sam Quadt 2012 First Team All-Conference Honorable Mention Courtney Kerley J.R. Roberts , 1997 Megan Farnham Bridgette Overstreet Katie Stokx Alli Cook 2016 Second Team Desiree' Gonzalez 2016 Second Team Cyrena Taylor 2016 & 2018 Second Team Brooke Langeloh 2016 Second Team Haley Gilham 2017 & 2018 First Team Kristin Worley 2017 & 2018 First Team Karli Skowrup 2018 First Team Wendy Cardinali 2018 First Team Amanda Flores 2018 First Team Naomi Monahan 2018 Second Team Brooke Larsen 2019 First Team Amanda Flores 2019 Second Team Kristin Worley 2019 Second Team West Region Pitcher of the Year Haley Gilham 2017 West Region Coach of the Year Teri Rupe 2002 West Region Coaching Staff of the Year Chico State 2018 CCAA Player of the Year Hailey Stockman 2012 Chelsea Lundberg Desiree' Gonzalez , 2015 Emily McEnaney Ashley Huff Ari Marsh Claire Wayne Bailey Akins CCAA Pitcher of the Year Haley Gilham 2017 & 2018 Brooke Larsen 2019 CCAA Freshman of the Year Katie Stokx 2002 Haley Gilham 2015 CCAA Newcomer of the Year Sam Baker 2011 Cyrena Taylor 2016 Brooke Larsen 2019 CCAA Tournament MVP Haley Gilham 2018 CCAA Female Athlete of the Year Haley Gilham 2018 CCAA Coach of the Year Angel Shamblin 2018 NCAC Player of the Year Barbara Lanz 1984 NCAC Coach of the Year Joan Wallace 1980,

38 Records vs. Opponents Win Loss Tie Pct. Abilene Christian Academy of Art Augustana College Azusa Paciflc Bethany College Brigham Young University BYU Hawaii Cal Poly San Luis Obispo Cal State Bakersfleld Cal State Dominguez Hills Cal State East Bay Cal State Monterey Bay Cal State Northridge Cal State San Bernardino Cal State San Marcos California Baptist Central Washington Chaminade Chapman Concordia Irvine Concordia (Oregon) Davis and Elkins Dixie State Dominican University Eastern New Mexico Fort Hays State Grand Valley State Grand Canyon Gustavus Adolphus Harvard Hawaii Paciflc Hawaii Hilo Humboldt State Holy Names Idaho State Laverne Le Moyne Linfleld College Loyola Marymount Mankato State Menlo College Seasons (missing 1985 season) Win Loss Tie Pct. Metro State Montana State-Billings Minnesota-Duluth Nevada-Reno New York Tech North Dakota State Notre Dame de Namur Northwest Nazarene Oregon State Oregon Tech Pace University Paciflc Lutheran Portland State Quincy University Sacramento State Saint Martin s Saint Leo San Francisco State San Jose State Santa Clara Seattle University Simon Fraser Simpson University Sonoma State Southern Arkansas Southern Oregon Southern Utah St. Mary s (California) St. Mary s (Texas) Stanislaus State Stanford Texas Woman s University UC Davis UC Riverside UC San Diego University of Oregon Washburn University Western New Mexico Western Oregon Western Washington Willamette University Team Season Records Highest Batting Average Most Games Most At Bats Most Runs Most Hits Most Doubles Most Triples Most Home Runs Most RBI Highest Slugging Pct Most Walks Lowest ERA Most Wins Most Losses Most Complete Games Most Shutouts Most Saves Most Innings Pitched Most Hits Most Runs TEAM BATTING RECORDS Most Strikeouts Most Stolen Bases Most SB Attempts Highest Fielding Pct Lowest Batting Average , 1998 Fewest Games Fewest At Bats Fewest Runs Fewest Hits Fewest Doubles TEAM PITCHING RECORDS Most Earned Runs Most Walks Most Strikeouts Highest ERA Fewest Wins Fewest Triples Fewest Home Runs , 2001 Fewest RBI Lowest Slugging Pct Fewest Walks Fewest Strikeouts Fewest Stolen Bases Fewest SB Attempts Lowest Fielding Pct Fewest Losses Fewest Complete Games Fewest Shutouts Fewest Innings Pitched Fewest Hits Fewest Runs Fewest Earned Runs Fewest Walks Fewest Strikeouts

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42 Administration University President Gayle Hutchinson An accomplished former professor and dean, President Gayle Hutchinson returned to Chico State in June 2016 after working for three years as provost and vice president for Academic Affairs at CSU, Channel Islands. She is Chico State s 15th president and the flrst female president in the University s 132-year history. Hutchinson built her career in higher education at Chico State, where she was hired in 1990 as a member of the Chico State faculty and taught kinesiology with a specialty in teacher preparation. She went on to serve as chair of the Department of Kinesiology from and dean of the College of Behavioral and Social Sciences from , and she participated in the prestigious American Council on Education Fellows program from She was elected Academic Senate chair in 2006 and also served as statewide senator from , and she chaired the Diversity Scorecard Committee responsible for drafting the University s Diversity Action Plan. Prior to her service in the CSU, she served as the principal investigator and co-director of the Northern California Physical Education-Health Subject Matter Project, the project director for the Paciflc Wellness Center, and developed curriculum and taught physical education in elementary schools. Hutchinson s scholarship and grant writing focused on teacher socialization, social psychology of sport, comprehensive school-based wellness programs, and equity in sport and physical education. Hutchinson holds a bachelor s degree in physical education teacher education from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst; a master s degree in teaching analysis and curriculum development from Teachers College, Columbia University; and a doctorate in teacher education and staff development from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. Athletic Director Anita Barker Anita Barker is in her 18th year as the athletic director for the University s 13 intercollegiate athletics teams. Barker has successfully worked to build on the prior success of the department and continues to focus on improving fundraising and marketing efforts to offer more athletic grant-in-aid to deserving student-athletes. She also served as president of the Division II Athletics Directors Association from Under Barker s guidance, produced another outstanding year for Chico State Athletics. The Wildcats claimed California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) titles in men s cross country, women s cross country, and men s track and fleld, with softball and women s soccer posting second place conference flnishes. The Chico State baseball and women s track and fleld programs netted third place CCAA flnishes as 10 teams advanced to postseason competition over the course of the year. The Chico State men s cross country team won the NCAA West Regional title, while men s golf and men s track and fleld flnished No. 1 in the NCAAWest Region rankings. With eight sports reaching the NCAA Championships, the Wildcats flnished 48th among all Division II schools in the flnal Learfleld Sports Directors Cup standings. Chico State has flnished in the top flve of the Directors Cup standings flve times since , and in all but two yearsof that run has ranked among the top 10 percent of D-II athletic departments nationwide. With Barker leading the way, Chico State Athletics has been the recipient of flve CCAA Robert J. Hiegert Commissioners Cups over the past decade. The award is presented to the conference s member institution with the best overall athletics performance during the academic year. Barker s efforts have resulted in several well-deserved individual honors, including National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) Division II West Region Athletic Director of the Year awards in 2009 and again in Barker has worked in the athletics department since 1990, when she was hired as the assistant athletic trainer. She began working in athletics administration in 1995, when she was appointed the assistant athletic director and senior women s administrator. In 1997, she was promoted to associate athletic director. Barker graduated from Ohio Northern University in 1985 and received her master s degree from the University of Arizona in Tucson in She has worked at all three divisions in the NCAA. Barker and her husband, Scott, the Wildcats head athletic trainer, have two children, Luke and McKena both former Chico State student-athletes. 40

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