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2017 WT SOFTBALL GAME NOTES	 GAMES 27-29: AT #2 ANGELO STATE
FEBRUARY
Desert Stinger Invite (Las Vegas, NV)
3	 Stanislaus State	 W, 8-0 (6)
3	 #18 Cal Baptist	 W, 8-3
4	 New Mexico Highlands	 W, 11-1 (6)
4	 Augustana (S.D.)	 W, 7-6
5	 Sioux Falls	 W, 5-4
WT Invitational (Canyon, TX)
10	 Fort Lewis	 W, 6-0
10	 Washburn	 W, 8-0 (5)
10	 Washburn	 W, 9-0 (5)
11	 Chadron State	 W, 10-0 (5)
11	 Missouri Southern	 W, 13-3 (6)
11	 Fort Hays State	 W, 9-1 (5)
Cactus Classic (Tucson, AZ)
17	 University of Mary	 W, 11-8
17	 Lincoln Memorial	 W, 1-0
18	 Academy of Art	 W, 9-5
18	 #23 Dixie State	 L, 4-8
19	 #23 Dixie State	 L, 6-7
24	 Texas Woman’s *	 W, 20-1 (5)
25	 Texas Woman’s *	 W, 16-1 (5)
25	 Texas Woman’s *	 W, 12-0 (5)
MARCH
3	 at Tarleton State *	 L, 0-1
4	 at Tarleton State *	 L, 3-7
4	 at Tarleton State *	 W, 5-4
10	 Western New Mexico	 W, 8-0 (6)
10	 Western New Mexico *	 W, 15-0 (5)
11	 Western New Mexico *	 W, 11-2 (5)
11	 Western New Mexico *	 W, 16-2 (5)
17	 at #2 Angelo State *	 7:00 p.m.
18	 at #2 Angelo State *	 1:00 p.m.
18	 at #2 Angelo State *	 3:30 p.m.
24	 Midwestern State *	 7:00 p.m.
25	 Midwestern State *	 2:00 p.m.
25	 Midwestern State *	 4:00 p.m.
28	 at (RV) Lubbock Christian	 7:00 p.m.
31	 at UT Permian Basin *	 5:00 p.m.
APRIL
1	 at UT Permian Basin *	 1:00 p.m.
1	 at UT Permian Basin *	 3:00 p.m.
4	 (RV) Lubbock Christian	 7:00 p.m.
7	 Texas A&M-Commerce *	 7:00 p.m.
8	 Texas A&M-Commerce *	 2:00 p.m.
8	 Texas A&M-Commerce *	 4:00 p.m.
13	 at (RV) Cameron *	 3:00 p.m.
14	 at (RV) Cameron *	 1:00 p.m.
14	 at (RV) Cameron *	 3:00 p.m.
18	 #1 Oklahoma City	 2:00 p.m.
18	 #1 Oklahoma City	 4:00 p.m.
21	 Texas A&M-Kingsville *	 7:00 p.m.
22	 Texas A&M-Kingsville *	 2:00 p.m.
22	 Texas A&M-Kingsville *	 4:00 p.m.
28	 at Eastern New Mexico *	 2:00 p.m.
29	 at Eastern New Mexico *	 12:00 p.m.
29	 at Eastern New Mexico *	 2:00 p.m.
All times are Central and subject to change
Rankings come from the newest NFCA DII Top-25
* - Lone Star Conference game
Home Games in Bold played at Schaeffer Park
2017 SCHEDULE/RESULTS #2 ANGELO STATE • MARCH 17-18 • SAN ANGELO, TEXAS • MAYER FIELD
ON DECK
The #12 Lady Buffs of West Texas A&M hit
the road this weekend as they renew one
of the best rivalries in Division II Softball with
the #2 Belles of Angelo State in a Lone Star
Conference series starting on Friday at 7 p.m.
ANGELO STATE
The #2 Belles enter the weekend with an
overall record of 28-1 with a 9-0 mark in LSC
play as they have set a new program record
for consecutive victories with 24 following a
doubleader sweet of Oklahoma Christian.
Angelo State is guided by 13th year head
coach Travis Scott who has led Angelo State to
four NCAA Division II South Central Region Titles
and made four trips to the NCAA D-II National
Championships, bringing home the national
title in 2004. Scott guided ASU to five LSC
Conference Championships and six LSC South
Division titles in the last 12 years.
The Belles are led offensively by Courtney
Barnhill who is hitting .476 with eight doubles
and eight homeruns to drive in 30 RBI on the
season. In the circle, ASU is guided by NFCA
National Pitcher of the Week Brandy Marlett
who is 13-1 overall with a 1.51 ERA with eight
complete games and three shutouts in 88.0
innings with 127 K’s.
ASU is hitting .347 as a team to go along with
47 doubles, six triple, 38 homeruns and 200 RBI
for a team slugging percentage of .577 with
23 combined errors for a fielding clip of .971. In
the circle, the Belles have a 1.59 combined ERA
with 16 complete games and 202 strikeouts in
189.0 innings with an opposing batting average
of .179.
THE SERIES vs. ASU
WT and Angelo State will renew one of the best
rivalries in Division II Softball this weekend in San
Angelo. ASU holds a 26-24 advantage in the
all-time series with the Lady Buffs taking the last
six meetings between the two teams. WT is 7-14
all-time in San Angelo as they won three-of-four
during their last trip in 2015.
NFCA DIVISION II TOP-25 POLL (MAR. 15)
National Runner-Up Humboldt State picked
up 15 of the possible 16 first place votes for a
total of 399 points followed by Angelo State (1
first place, 367), North Georgia (363), Southern
Arkansas (347), Lenoir-Rhyne (320), Valdosta
State (313), Chico State (303), St. Mary’s (300),
Central Oklahoma (255) and Southern Indiana
(249) to round out the top ten.
The South Central Region was represented by
Angelo State (2nd), St. Mary’s (8th), WT (12th),
Cameron (RV) and Lubbock Christian (RV).
WT SOFTBALL IN THE NFCA TOP-25 POLL
The Lady Buffs have been ranked inside of
the NFCA DIvision II Top-25 Poll for 47 straight
weeks. The Lady Buffs have been ranked
in the Top-5 in 39 polls since the start of the
2014 season while sitting atop of the poll an
incredible 29 times.
LSC PLAYERS OF THE WEEK
HITTER
Courtney Barnhill, Angelo State
Barnhill led the Belles to a perfect 7-0 record last
week. She recorded 12 hits, three doubles and
one home run in victories over No. 3 St. Mary’s,
Eastern New Mexico and No. 20 Lubbock
Christian. She scored eight runs and drove
in a team-high seven RBIs and six walks. The
Lubbock native lead ASU with a .947 slugging
percentage and a .731 on-base percentage.
PITCHER
Brandy Marlett, Angelo State
Marlett had a career week setting the Angelo
State record for strikeouts in a game. The junior
struck out a career high and ASU record 17 in
a 5-4 win over ENMU, which is the fourth most
in NCAA Division II this season. The Henderson,
Nevada native was a perfect 4-0 in four ap-
pearances and threw three complete games
and two shutouts. She struck out 42 batters in
24.0 innings pitched and only gave up two
earned runs. She held opponents such as No. 3
St. Mary’s and No. 20 LCU to just 13 hits.
Softball Contact: Brent Seals
E-Mail: bseals@wtamu.edu
Office: 806.651.4442
Cell: 806.674.7050
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#12 West Texas A&M
LADY BUFFS
22-4 (7-2 LSC)
Date.............................March 17-18
Venue............................Mayer Field
Location............San Angelo, Texas
Live Stats...........AngeloSports.com
Webstream......AngeloSports.com
vs. ASU..................ASU Leads, 26-24
Series Beginning........................2006
Total Meetings...............................50
Last Meeting...............Apr. 29, 2016
Result......................................WT, 6-5
Streak.................................WT, Win 6
#2 Angelo State
RAMBELLES
28-1 (9-0 LSC)
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Overall....................................................................22-4
vs. Lone Star Conference Opponents................ 8-2
vs. Non-Conference Opponents.......................14-2
Home......................................................................13-0
Away......................................................................... 1-2
Neutral...................................................................... 8-2
Day..........................................................................17-3
Night.......................................................................... 6-0
vs Left........................................................................ 3-0
vs Right....................................................................19-4
vs. Top-5 (NFCA)...................................................... 0-0
vs. Top-10 (NFCA)................................................... 0-0
vs. Top-25 (NFCA)................................................... 1-2
1-Run games........................................................... 4-2
2-Run games........................................................... 0-0
5+Run games........................................................16-0
Extra Innings............................................................. 0-0
Shutouts.................................................................... 9-1
Scoring 0-2 runs....................................................... 1-1
Scoring 3-5 runs....................................................... 2-1
Scoring 6-9 runs....................................................... 9-1
Scoring 10+ runs....................................................10-0
Opponent 0-2 runs...............................................15-1
Opponent 3-5 runs................................................. 4-1
Opponent 6-9 runs................................................. 2-3
Opponent 10+ runs................................................ 0-0
Scored in 1st inning...............................................19-2
Opp. scores in 1st inning........................................ 4-2
Scores first...............................................................18-1
Opp. scores first....................................................... 4-3
After 4 leading.......................................................20-0
After 4 trailing........................................................... 0-1
After 4 tied................................................................ 2-3
After 5 leading......................................................... 7-0
After 5 trailing........................................................... 1-3
After 5 tied................................................................ 2-1
After 6 leading......................................................... 7-0
After 6 trailing........................................................... 0-3
After 6 tied................................................................ 1-1
Hit 0 home runs........................................................ 2-3
Hit 1 home run......................................................... 7-0
Hit 2+ home runs...................................................13-1
Opponent 0 home runs.......................................20-3
Opponent 1 home run.......................................... 2-1
Opponent 2+ HRs................................................... 0-0
Made 0 errors.......................................................... 8-1
Made 1 error............................................................ 8-1
Made 2+ errors........................................................ 6-2
Opp. made 0 errors................................................ 6-1
Opp. made 1 error................................................. 8-3
Opp. made 2+ errors............................................. 8-0
Out-hit opponent..................................................20-0
Out-hit by opponent.............................................. 1-4
Hits are tied.............................................................. 1-0
In February.............................................................17-2
In March................................................................... 5-2
In April....................................................................... 0-0
In May....................................................................... 0-0
On Monday............................................................. 0-0
On Tuesday.............................................................. 0-0
On Wednesday....................................................... 0-0
On Thursday............................................................. 0-0
On Friday................................................................10-1
On Saturday............................................................ 8-2
On Sunday............................................................... 4-1
2017 SCORE-BY-INNING	
	 1	2	3	4	5	6	7	8	9	TOTAL
LADY BUFFS	 60 	 51 	 38 	 48 	 17 	 13 	 4 	 --	 --	 231
OPPONENTS	 13 	 4 	 11 	 6 	 17 	 12 	 1 	 --	 --	 64
HOME SWEET HOME
The Lady Buffs have turned Schaeffer Park in Can-
yon into one of the top home environments in all
of NCAA Division II Softball. WT is 188-28 (.8670) at
Schaeffer Park since the facility opened prior to the
2011 season including 77-13 (.856) during regular
season Lone Star Conference games in Canyon.
2016 marked the fifth time in the last six years (‘11,
‘13, ‘14, ‘15, ‘16) that the Lady Buffs hosted NCAA
Postseason action.
LIVE COVERAGE
The Angelo State Athletic Communications Depart-
ment will provide live stats and a webstream for all
games during the weekend. Fans can also follow
the WT Athletics (@WTAthletics) Twitter account for
live updates during all games. For links and more
information, visit the Lady Buff Softball schedule
page at GoBuffsGo.com.
#PLAYFORTHEPANHANDLE
The West Texas A&M Athletic Department was hon-
ored to join with the WT Agriculture Department as the
Buffs and Lady Buffs #PlayForThePanhandle this past
weekend at Wilder Park and Schaeffer Park to collect
donations and supplies for those affected by the
ongoing tragic wildfires in the Texas Panhandle.
NATIONALLY SPEAKING
Entering the week, the Lady Buffs led all of Division II
Softball in slugging percentage (.713) while ranking
second in doubles per game (2.38) and third in
batting average (.394), home runs per game (1.77),
on-bae percentage (.488) and scoring (8.88).
Allie Smith sits second in the nation in RBI (36) while
Kylee Moore is fourth in homeruns (9) and Kilee Halbert
ranks 10th in victories (11).
2016 IN-REVIEW
The Lady Buffs continued their dominance in 2016
as Kevin Blaskowski led the program to their third
straight and fourth overall Lone Star Conference
Championship as they finished the season 59-5 with
a 30-2 mark in LSC play. WT made national news
during the 2016 season as they went on the longest
win streak in South Central Region history, winning
their first 30 games. WT claimed their second South
Central Regional Championship in 2016, coming
from the loser’s bracket to top Colorado Mesa
twice on Championship Sunday followed by a
Super Regional sweep of St. Mary’s to advance to
the program’s second College World Series as WT
finished the season ranked fifth in the nation.
THE LONE STAR CONFERENCE
Entering the week, LSC softball teams were 161-130
overall this season. In the NCAA South Central Re-
gion, the group is currently 37-27 combined versus
Heartland teams and 17-9 against the RMAC.
HITTING STREAKS
Player	 ‘17 Longest	 Current
Allie Smith 	 11 	 3
Ashley Hardin 	 10 	 1
Shanna McBroom 	 7 	 1
Shea Ibrahim 	 6 	 1
Shayne Starkey 	 6 	 1
Brittany Cruz 	 6 	 6
Kylee Moore 	 5 	 5
Maddie Green 	 4 	 -
Hunter Ervin 	 4 	 4
Kourtney Coveney 	 4 	 1
Alyx Cordell 	 2 	 2
Sierra Gentry 	 2 	 2
Alexis Alfonso 	 1 	 -
Madi Meyers 	 1 	 1
Emilee Baker 	 1 	 -
Chelsea Skipper 	 1 	 1
Briana Garza 	 1 	 1
2017 Record When...
2017 WT SOFTBALL GAME NOTES	 “IT’S WHO WE ARE” | UBUNTU
#	Name	 Pos.
11	 Madison Greenwell	 LF
	 .370 avg, 3 doubles, 4 triples , 10 RBI
4	 Bailey Wallace	 2B
	 .375 avg, 2 doubles, 2 HR, 1 RBI
9	 Courtney Barnhill	 RF
	 .476 avg, 8 doubles, 8 HR, 30 RBI
20	 Kenedy Urbany	 DP
	 .313 avg, 6 doubles, 6 HR, 23 RBI
22	 Taegan Kirk	 C
	 .375 avg, 9 doubles, 5 HR, 28 RBI
12	 Karina Rocha	 3B
	 .254 avg, 1 double, 5 HR, 14 RBI
3	 Danae Bina	 SS
	 .348 avg, 6 doubles, 1 HR, 16 RBI
33	 Alexis Evans	 1B
	 .270 avg, 4 doubles, 4 HR, 23 RBI
2	 Brooke Mangold	 CF
	 .318 avg, 2 doubles, 2 HR, 8 RBI
8	 Brandy Marlett	 P
	 13-1, 1.51 ERA, 8 CG’s, 88.0 IP, 127 K
Record	 22-4	28-1
Batting Avg.	 .394	 .347
Runs/Gm	 8.88	7.79
Hits/Gm	 10.15	9.00
Doubles	 62	47
Triples	 7	6
Home Runs	 46	 38
Runs Batted In	 212	 200
Slugging Pct.	 .713	 .577
On-Base Pct.	 .488	 .456
Walks/Gm	 4.65	4.24
Fielding Pct.	 .957	 .971
Earned Run Avg.	 2.14	 1.59
Batting Avg. Against	 .270	 .179
Strikeouts/Gm	 3.77	6.97
Shutouts/Combined	 9/3	7/10
TEAM COMPARISON ASU PROBABLE GM 1 LINEUP
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12 13 161514 7 18
GameDay
Western N.M.
Canyon, TX
W, 11-2 /16-2
Youth Camp Youth Camp
Practice
TBD
Schaeffer Park
Practice
TBD
Schaeffer Park
Practice
TBD
Schaeffer Park
GameDay
Angelo State
San Angelo, TX
7 p.m.
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
ThisWeek...
#	 School (1st Place)	 Pts.	 Rec.	Prev.
1	 Humboldt State (15)	 399	 20-1	 1
2	 Angelo State (1)	 367	 24-1	 8
3	 North Georgia	 363	 22-6	 4
4	 Southern Arkansas	 347	 19-3	 2
5	 Lenoir-Rhyne	 320	25-2	 7
6	 Valdosta State	 313	 21-6	 5
7	 Chico State	 303	 15-2	 6
8	 St. Mary’s	 300	 19-6	 3
9	 Central Oklahoma	 255	 11-3	 9
10	 Southern Indiana	 249	 17-3	 16
11	 Saint Leo	 247	 21-6	 10
12	 West Texas A&M	 237	 22-4	 11
13	 Dixie State	 191	 20-5	 12
14	 Pfeiffer	 178	22-2	 15
15	 West Virginia Wesleyan	 177	 12-2	 13
16	 Harding	 168	19-3	 17
17	 UMSL	 125	18-6	 RV
18	 Missouri Western	 97	 18-4	 23
19	Tampa	 91	 19-4	 RV
20	Indianapolis	 80	 13-5	 19
21	 CSU Monterey Bay	 73	 15-4	 24
22	Caldwell	 62	 4-3	 18
23	Limestone	 59	 21-3	 RV
24	 Wayne State (Mich.)	 49	 14-5	 22
25	Shorter	 33	 19-9	 RV
NFCA Top-25 Poll (Week 5) West Texas A&M Game #1 Probable Starters
WT Probable Game 1 Lineup
GameDay
Angelo State
San Angelo, TX
1/3 p.m.
2017 WT SOFTBALL GAME NOTES	 “IT’S WHO WE ARE” | UBUNTU
Lady Buff Softball By The Numbers
#0 Shayne Starkey
UTIL • 5-6 • L/L • SO-1L
Denton, Texas
#3 Ashley Hardin
OF • 5-4 • R/R • JR-2L
Flower Mound, Texas
#5 Brittany Cruz
OF • 5-3 • R/R • SO-1L
New Braunfels, Texas
#8 Shea Ibrahim
INF • 5-6 • L/R • SR-1L
South Jordan, Utah
#8 Shanna McBroom
INF/C • 5-6 • R/R • FR-HS
Sachse, Texas
#2 Kourtney Coveney
UTIL • 5-7 • R/R • SO-1L
Houston, Texas
#14 Kylee Moore
INF • 6-0 • L/R • SO-1L
Van, Texas
#1 Kilee Halbert
5-6 | P | R/R | JR
Dalhart, Texas
#12 Maddie Green
C • 5-10 • R/R • FR-RS
Corinth, Texas
#18 Allie Smith
INF • 5-9 • R/R • JR-2L
Flower Mound, Texas
Left Field Center Field Right Field
Third Base Shortstop Second Base First Base
Pitcher Catcher Desig. Player
#	Name	 Pos.
6	 Shea Ibrahim	 3B
	 .524 avg, 9 doubles, 4 HR, 24 RBI
2	 Kourtney Coveney	 2B
	 .357 avg, 5 doubles, 3 HR, 15 RBI
3	 Ashley Hardin	 CF
	 .410, 11 doubles, 6 HR, 29 RBI
18	 Allie Smith	 DP
	 .423 avg, 9 doubles, 3 HR, 36 RBI
12	 Maddie Green	 C
	 .328 avg, 5 doubles, 3 HR, 15 RBI
14	 Kylee Moore	 1B
	 .410 avg, 6 doubles, 9 HR, 25 RBI
0	 Shayne Starkey	 LF
	 .413 avg, 4 doubles, 2 HR, 11 RBI
5	 Brittany Cruz	 RF
	 .311 avg, 4 doubles, 5 HR, 19 RBI
8	 Shanna McBroom	 SS
	 .418 avg, 2 doubles, 6 HR, 12 RBI
1	 Kilee Halbert	 P
	 11-2, 1.51 ERA, 10 CG’s, 69.2 IP, 59 K’s
360 - Victories since the 2010 season to lead all Texas universities (any level).
.873 - Winning Percentage over the last three seasons for the Lady Buffs (186-27).
47 - Straight weeks ranked inside of the National Fastpitch Coaches Associaton (NFCA) Division II Top-25 Poll.
The Lady Buffs have been ranked in the Top-5 in 39 polls since the start of the 2014 season while sitting atop of
the poll an incredible 29 times.
57 - Straight weeks atop of the National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) Top-25 Poll from February 26,
2014 to March 25, 2015. Setting a record for consecutive weeks atop of the Division II poll.
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WTAMU Quick Facts
UNIVERSITY INFORMATION
General	
Location.................................. Canyon, Texas 79015
Founded...............................................................1910
Enrollment...........................................................9,368
Colors............................................... Maroon & White
Nickname................................................... Lady Buffs
Affiliation........................................... NCAA Division II
Conference.......................... Lone Star Conference
President....................................... Dr. Patrick O’Brien
Athletic Director..........................Michael McBroom
Venue................................................. Schaeffer Park
Seated Capacity...............................................535
Surface..............................AstroTurf GameDay 3D
Athletic Department Phone.............(806) 651-4400
Media Relations	
Assistant Director/SB Contact.................Brent Seals
Office Phone.......................................(806) 651-4442
Cell Phone...........................................(806) 674-7050
E-Mail Address.......................... bseals@wtamu.edu
Softball Information	
Head Coach...................................Kevin Blaskowski
Alma Mater..............................Valley City State, ‘86
Career Record......................776-512 (25th Season)
WT Record..............................424-235 (12th Season)
No.	 Name	 POS	 B/T	 HT	 YR-EXP	 Hometown (Previous School/HS)
0	 Shayne Starkey	 UTIL/P	 L/L	 5-6	 SO-1L 	 Denton, Texas (Guyer)
1	 Kilee Halbert	 P	 R/R	 5-6	 JR-2L	 Dalhart, Texas (Dalhart)
2	 Kourtney Coveney	 INF	 R/R	 5-7	 SO-1L	 Katy, Texas (Katy)
3	 Ashley Hardin	 OF	 R/R	 5-4	 JR-2L	 Flower Mound, Texas (Marcus)
4	 Chelsea Skipper	 P	 R/R	 5-9	 SO-1L	 Campbell, California (Campbell)
5	 Brittany Cruz	 OF	 R/R	 5-3	 SO-1L	 New Braunfels, Texas (New Braunfels)
7	 Kami Merrill	 P	 R/R	 5-6	 SR-TR	 Calgary, Alberta (Nebraska-Kearney)
6	 Shea Ibrahim	 INF	 L/R	 5-6	 SR-1L 	 South Jordan, Utah (Southern Idaho)
8	 Shanna McBroom	 INF/C	 R/R	 5-6	 FR-HS	 Sachse, Texas (Sachse)
9	 Sierra Gentry	 UTIL	 R/R	 5-7	 FR-HS	 Alamogordo, N.M. (Alamogordo)
11	 Alyx Cordell	 UTIL	 R/R	 5-3	 FR-HS	 Canyon, Texas (Canyon)
12	 Maddie Green	 C	 R/R	 5-10	 FR-RS	 Corinth, Texas (Guyer)
13	 Alexis Ranieri	 P	 R/R	 5-9	 FR-HS	 Tucson, Arizona (Ironwood Ridge)
14	 Kylee Moore	 INF	 L/R	 6-0	 SO-1L	 Van, Texas (Van)
15	 Alexis Alfonso	 P	 R/R	 5-9	 SR-1L	 Tucson, Arizona (Pima College)
16	 Hunter Ervin	 C	 R/R	 5-9	 FR-HS	 Weimar, Texas (Weimar)
18	 Allie Smith	 INF	 L/L	 5-9	 JR-2L	 Flower Mound, Texas (Flower Mound)
20	 Emilee Baker	 OF	 R/R	 5-3	 SO-1L	 Schertz, Texas (Clemens)
22	 Briana Garza	 INF	 R/R	 5-6	 SO-1L	 San Antonio, Texas (Madison)
26	 Madi Meyers	 UTIL	 L/R	 5-5	 FR-HS	 Frisco, Texas (Lone Star)
Redshirts
25	 Christiana Lucero	 INF/P	 R/R	 5-9	 FR-HS	 Amarillo, Texas (Randall)
34	 Victoria Quinn	 OF	 L/L	 5-9	 FR-HS	 Fort Worth, Texas (Chisholm Trail)
THE LAST TIME WT...
Recorded 10+ hits in a game	 11, Western New Mexico (W, 16-2) (5 Innings)	 March 12, 2017
Recorded 15+ hits in a game	 20, Texas Woman’s (W, 20-1) (5 Innings)	 February 24, 2017
Scored 10+ runs in a game	 16, Western New Mexico (W, 16-2) (5 Innings)	 March 12, 2017
Scored 15+ runs in a game	 16, Western New Mexico (W, 16-2) (5 Innings)	 March 12, 2017
Scored 20+ runs in a game	 20, Texas Woman’s (W, 20-1) (5 Innings)	 February 24, 2017
Scored 10+ runs in an inning	 12, (4th Inning), Texas Woman’s (W, 20-1) (5 Innings)	 February 24, 2017
Drew eight or more walks in a game	 8, Western New Mexico (W, 15-0) (5 Innings)	 March 10, 2017
Stole five or more bases in a game	 5, vs. Cameron (W, 4-2)	 March 8, 2014
Hit five or more home runs in a game	 5, Texas Woman’s (W, 16-1) (5 Innings)	 February 25, 2017
Had 3+ players with 3+ hits in a game	 Ramirez/Taylor/Coveney, Cameron (W, 9-1) (5 Innings)	 March 25, 2016
Defeated Top-10 team at home (NFCA)	 vs. #9 St. Mary’s (W, 3-1)	 May 12, 2016
Defeated Top-10 team on the road	 at #2 Dixie State (W, 7-6) (9 Innings)	 February 6, 2016
Defeated Top-10 team at neutral site	 vs. #3 Dixie State (W, 5-4) (8 Innings) (Tucson, AZ)	 February 8, 2015
Lost to Top-10 team at home	 vs. #10 Angelo State (L, 3-5)	 May 3, 2014
Lost to Top-10 team on the road	 at #6 Angelo State (L, 0-1)	 April 14, 2015
Lost to Top-10 team at neutral site	 vs. #5 Humboldt State (L, 5-8) (Denver, CO)	 May 18, 2016
Defeated Top-25 team at home	 #22 Angelo State (W, 3-2)	 March 12, 2016
Defeated Top-25 team on the road	 at #25 Cameron (W, 13-5) (5 Innings)	 March 28, 2015
Defeated Top-25 team at neutral site	 vs. #18 Cal Baptist (W, 8-3)	 February 3, 2017
Lost to Top-25 team at home	 vs. #14 St. Mary’s (L, 3-4)	 May 16, 2014
Lost to Top-25 team on the road	 at #25 Cameron (L, 0-4)	 March 27, 2015
Lost to Top-25 team at neutral site	 vs. #23 Dixie State (L, 6-7) (Tucson, AZ)	 May 19, 2016
Won an extra-inning game	 Angelo State (W, 6-5) (9 Innings)	 April 29, 2016
Lost an extra inning game	 at Midwestern State (L, 2-3) (8 Innings)	 March 1, 2014
THE LAST TIME A WT PLAYER...
Recorded 4+ hits in a game	 4, Shanna McBroom vs. Texas Woman’s (W, 20-1) (5 Innings)	 February 24, 2017
Scored 4+ runs in a game	 4, Ashley Hardin vs. Texas Woman’s (W, 16-1) (5 Innings)	 February 25, 2017
Drove in 5+ runs in a game	 6, Ashley Hardin vs. Texas Woman’s (W, 16-1) (5 Innings)	 February 25, 2017
Hit 2+ home runs in a game	 2, Kylee Moore vs. Texas Woman’s (W, 12-0) (5 Innings)	 February 25, 2017
Hit a grand slam	 Ashley Hardin (2nd Inning) vs #18 Cal Baptist (W, 8-3)	 February 3, 2017
Drew 3+ walks in a game	 3, Shea Ibrahim vs. Western New Mexico (W, 16-2) (5 Innings)	 March 12, 2017
Stole 3+ bases in a game	 3, Tyler Wilkinson vs. Newman (W, 5-4)	 February 21, 2015
Had a walk-off home run (game winning)	 Shea Ibrahim (3-Run, 7th Inning, 1 Out) vs. University of Mary (W, 11-8)	 February 17, 2017
Had a walk-off hit (game winning)	 Allie Smith, 2 RBI Single vs. Colorado Mesa (W, 4-3)	 May 7, 2016
Hit for the cycle	 Kim LeComte vs. Eastern New Mexico (W, 15-2) (5 Innings)	 March 5, 2011
THE LAST TIME A WT PITCHER...
Struck out 10+ batters	 10, Kilee Halbert vs. #22 Angelo State (W, 2-1)	 March 11, 2016
Struck out 15+ batters	 15, Rita Hokianga vs. UT-Permian Basin (W, 4-3)	 April 22, 2014
Threw a no-hitter	 Rita Hokianga at #6 Angelo State (W, 21-0) (5 Innings)	 April 13, 2015
Threw a perfect game	 Lindsay Wright at UT-Permian Basin (W, 8-0) (5 Innings)	 February 7, 2009
The Last Time West Texas A&M...
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GRAND SLAMS
1. Brooke Guidry...............................................................Tarleton State (3/17/06)
2. Erin Hartigan.................................................................Tarleton State (3/17/06)
3. Courtney Schmidt..............................................at UT Permian Basin (2/12/08)
4. Kaitlyn Witte..........................................................at UT Permian Basin (2/7/09)
5. Kim LeComte............................. vs. Southwestern Oklahoma State (2/15/09)
6. Erin Hartigan (2)...............................Northwestern Oklahoma State (3/16/09)
7. Erin Hartigan (3).............................................................Angelo State (3/21/09)
8. Kim LeComte (2)................................................. vs. Texas Woman’s (2/20/10)
9. Sarah Blair................................................................UT Permian Basin (3/31/10)
10. Meghan Slattery..............................................at Central Oklahoma (4/6/10)
11. Meghan Slattery (2)...................................................Tarleton State (4/10/10)
12. Kim LeComte (3).................................................... Abilene Christian (5/1/10)
13. Meghan Slattery (3)......................................Western New Mexico (2/18/11)
14. Meghan Slattery (4)......................................Western New Mexico (2/19/11)
15. Kaitlyn Witte (2).......................................................Texas Woman’s (3/25/11)
16. Kasey Henderson (IP)..............................................Texas Woman’s (3/25/11)
17. Kim LeComte (4)......................................... at Texas A&M-Kingsville (4/8/11)
18. Kaitlyn Witte (3)...........................................................Angelo State (4/16/11)
19. Meghan Brown..............................................................St. Edward’s (4/19/11)
20. Allie Cranfill (1)...................................Oklahoma Panhandle State (2/10/12)
21. Allie Cranfill (2)...................................................................vs. Flagler (2/24/12)
22. Meghan Brown (2)...............................................Midwestern State (2/10/12)
23. Alyssa Lemos (1)...................................................Midwestern State (2/10/12)
24. Meghan Slattery (5).............................................Midwestern State (2/10/12)
25. Allie Cranfill (3).............................................................. at Cameron (4/14/12)
26. Lacey Tayor....................................................................vs. Fort Lewis (2/9/13)
27. Renee Erwin.....................................Northwestern Oklahoma State (3/5/13)
28. Renee Erwin (2)............................................................Tarleton State (3/9/13)
29. Brittany Gehle...............................................................Tarleton State (3/9/13)
30. Allie Cranfill (4)................................................ Eastern New Mexico (4/17/13)
31. Allie Cranfill (5)................................................ Eastern New Mexico (4/17/13)
32. Allie Cranfill (6)....................................................................Newman (2/22/14)
33. Kaisha Dacosin....................................................................Cameron (3/7/14)
34. Jessica Sipe.................................................New Mexico Highlands (4/15/14)
35. Alyssa Lemos (2)..........................................................Angelo State (4/25/14)
36. Mallory Wyatt...............................................................Angelo State (4/26/14)
37. Renee Erwin (3)........................................................Chadron State (4/14/15)
38. Lacey Taylor (2).............................................................St. Edward’s (4/20/15)
39. Kaisha Dacosin (2)....................................................... at Cameron (3/28/15)
40. Ashley Hardin................................................................ at Cameron (3/28/15)
41. Brittany Gehle (2).............................................Texas A&M-Kingsville (4/3/15)
42. Kaisha Dacosin (3)...........................................Texas A&M-Kingsville (4/4/15)
43. Ashley Hardin (2)............................................ Eastern New Mexico (4/10/15)
44. Kaisha Dacosin (4)......................................... Eastern New Mexico (4/11/15)
45. Allie Cranfill (7).........................................................Texas Woman’s (4/25/15)
46. Lacey Taylor (3)..............................................................vs. Fort Lewis (2/7/16)
47. Briana Garza...................................................................... Fort Lewis (2/12/16)
48. Kylee Moore..............................................................Chadron State (2/13/16)
49. Brittany Gehle (3).............................................................. St. Mary’s (2/13/16)
50. Lacey Taylor (4).................................................at Midwestern State (3/5/16)
51. Brittany Cruz...................................................... Eastern New Mexico (4/8/16)
52. Brittany Gehle (4)............................................. Eastern New Mexico (4/8/16)
53. Andrea Sitter...................................................at Lubbock Christian (4/20/16)
54. Ashley Hardin (3)......................................... Texas A&M-Commerce (5/6/16)
55.	Ashley Hardin (4)..........................................................vs. Cal Baptist (2/3/17)
*-Allie Cranfill (2012-2015) holds the NCAA Division II Career Grand Slam Record (7)
NO-HITTERS
1. Lindsey Wright.......................................................at UT Permian Basin (2/6/09)
2. Lindsey Wright................................................... at UT Permian Basin (2/7/09) #
3. Shelbey Cockrell..........................................at Eastern New Mexico (4/18/10)
4. Shelbey Cockrell................................................at Abilene Christian (2/12/11)
5. Marci Womack................................................................St. Edward’s (2/10/12)
6. Rita Hokianga................................................ at Texas A&M-Kingsville (4/4/14)
7. Rita Hokianga........................................................... at Angelo State (3/13/15)
#-Perfect Game
LONGEST HITTING STREAKS
1. Alyssa Lemos..........................................................................................20 (2013)
2. Kasey Henderson..................................................................................16 (2010)
3. Tyler Wilkinson........................................................................................15 (2014)
Brittany Gehle...................................................................................15 (2015-16)
5. Renee Erwin......................................................................................14 (2014-15)
Stacey Ramirez.................................................................................14 (2015-16)
Stacey Ramirez......................................................................................14 (2016)
8. Allie Smith...............................................................................................13 (2016)
9. Amber Farr.............................................................................................12 (2008)
Amber Farr.............................................................................................12 (2009)
Mallory Wyatt.........................................................................................12 (2014)
Kaisha Dacosin......................................................................................12 (2015)
Lacey Taylor......................................................................................12 (2015-16)
Andrea Sitter..........................................................................................12 (2016)
Lacey Taylor...........................................................................................12 (2016)
16. Dani Couger........................................................................................11 (2008)
Kim LeComte.........................................................................................11 (2011)
Alyssa Lemos..........................................................................................11 (2011)
Kim LeComte.........................................................................................11 (2012)
Allie Cranfill.......................................................................................11 (2013-14)
Brittany Gehle........................................................................................11 (2016)
Shea Ibrahim..........................................................................................11 (2016)
Allie Smith...............................................................................................11 (2017)
24. Marci Shepherd...................................................................................10 (2006)
Jenny Matulich......................................................................................10 (2007)
Kasey Henderson..................................................................................10 (2009)
Kim LeComte.........................................................................................10 (2009)
Kristina Myles..........................................................................................10 (2010)
Kasey Henderson..................................................................................10 (2011)
Mercedes Garcia..................................................................................10 (2013)
Jessica Sipe............................................................................................10 (2013)
MOST CAREER MULTIPLE RBI GAMES
1. Renee Erwin......................................................................................69 (2012-15)
2. Kim LeComte....................................................................................68 (2009-12)
3. Allie Cranfill.......................................................................................54 (2012-15)
4. Ashley Hardin........................................................................50 (2015-CURRENT)
5. Alyssa Lemos.....................................................................................45 (2011-14)
Lacey Taylor......................................................................................45 (2013-16)
7. Kaitlyn Witte......................................................................................41 (2008-11)
8. Jessica Sipe.......................................................................................38 (2013-14)
Brittany Gehle...................................................................................38 (2013-16)
10. Meghan Brown...............................................................................37 (2009-12)
Season	Pre	1	2	3	4	5	6	7	8	9	10	11	12	13	14	 Dates
2006	 -	-	-	-	-	-	-	-	-	-	-	-	-	-		 Feb. 2 - June 1
2007	 -	-	-	-	-	-	-	-	-	-	-	-	-	-		 Jan. 31 - May 30
2008	 -	-	-	-	-	-	-	-	-	-	-	-	-	-		 Jan. 30 - May 28
2009	 -	 RV	 22	 23	 25	 RV	 RV	 RV	 RV	 -	 -	 -	 -	 -		 Jan. 28 - June 1
2010	 22	23	16	22	22	RV	18	17	16	16	15	11	22	24		 Jan. 27 - June 4
2011	 6	 7	 7	 6	 6	 10	11	15	23	23	23	22	17	12	 8	 Feb. 2 - June 1
2012	 5	 3	 2	 14	T19	23	19	24	25	25	24	RV	 -			 Feb. 1 - June 4
2013	 RV	3	3	3	1	1	1	2	2	5	5	8	7	RV		 Jan. 30 - May 30
2014	 8	2	1	1	1	1	1	1	1	1	1	1	1	1		 Jan. 29 - May 30
2015	 1	1	1	1	1	1	2	2	2	2	2	3	3	13		 Jan. 28 - June 2
2016	 22	1	1	1	1	1	2	2	2	1	1	1	5			 Jan. 27 - May 25
2017	4	2	7	6	11	12										 Jan. 25 -
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TEAM
BATTING
At bats:............................................................... 35, (2x), last, vs. Academy of Art (Feb. 18, 2017)
Runs scored:..............................................................................20, Texas Woman’s (Feb. 24, 2017)
Hits:..............................................................................................20, Texas Woman’s (Feb. 24, 2017)
RBIs:.............................................................................................19, Texas Woman’s (Feb. 24, 2017)
Doubles:.......................................................................................8, Texas Woman’s (Feb. 24, 2017)
Triples:...................................................................................................................................1, (7 Times)
Home runs:..................................................................................5, Texas Woman’s (Feb. 25, 2017)
Total bases:...............................................................................36, Texas Woman’s (Feb. 24, 2017)
Walks:............................................................................8, Western New Mexico (March 10, 2017)
Strikeouts:...............................................................................10, vs. #23 Dixie State (Feb. 18, 2017)
Sac hits:................................................................................................................................1, (5 Times)
Sac flies:.......................................................................................2, Texas Woman’s (Feb. 25, 2017)
Stolen bases:................................................................................ 5, Fort Hays State (Feb. 11, 2017)
Hit by pitch:.................................................................................2, at Tarleton State (Mar. 3, 2017)
Caught stealing:................................................................................................................1, (4 Times)
Runners Left on Base:...........................................................11, vs. #18 Cal Baptist (Feb. 3, 2017)
Hit into double play:..........................................................................................................1, (4 Times)
FIELDING
Putouts:..............................................................................................................................21, (9 Times)
Assists:........................................................................ 12, (2x), last, at Tarleton State (Mar. 5, 2017)
Errors:............................................................................................5, at Tarleton State (Mar. 4, 2017)
Passed balls:........................................................................................................................1, (5 Times)
Double plays turned:.........................................................................................................2, (5 Times)
PITCHING
Innings pitched:...............................................................................................................7.0, (9 Times)
Runs allowed:........................................................8, (2x), last, vs. #23 Dixie State (Feb. 18, 2017)
Earned runs:...........................................................6, (3x), last, vs. #23 Dixie State (Feb. 19, 2017)
Walks allowed:.......................................................................6, vs. #23 Dixie State (Feb. 19, 2017)
Strikeouts:................................................................................ 5 (2x), last, Fort Lewis (Feb. 10, 2017)
Hits allowed:.....................................................................14, vs. University of Mary (Feb. 17, 2017)
Doubles allowed:...................................................... 3, (2x), last, at Tarleton State (Mar. 5, 2017)
Triples allowed:....................................................................1, vs. Academy of Art (Feb. 18, 2017)
Homers allowed:.........................................1, (3x), last, Western New Mexico (March 12, 2017)
Wild pitches:........................................................................................................................1, (5 Times)
Hit batters:.................................................................. 3, (3x), last, at Tarleton State (Mar. 4, 2017)
INDIVIDUAL
BATTING
At bats:.................................................................................................................................5, (4 Times)
Runs scored:........................4, (2x), last, Ashley Hardin vs. Texas Woman’s (February 25, 2017)
Hits:............................... 4, (2x), last, Shanna McBroom vs. Texas Woman’s (February 24, 2017)
RBIs:.......................................................6, Ashley Hardin vs. Texas Woman’s (February 25, 2017)
Doubles:...............................................................................................................................2, (5 Times)
Triples:...................................................................................................................................1, (7 Times)
Home runs:........................... 2, (3x), last, Kylee Moore vs. Texas Woman’s (February 25, 2017)
Total bases:.........................................10, Kylee Moore vs. Texas Woman’s (February 25, 2017)
Walks:............................................................3, (2x), last, Western New Mexico (March 12, 2017)
Strikeouts:...........................................................................................................................2, (13 Times)
Sac hits:................................................................................................................................1, (5 Times)
Sac flies................................................................................................................................1, (9 Times)
Stolen bases:.........................................2, Shanna McBroom vs. Fort Hays State (Feb. 11, 2017)
Hit by pitch:.......................................................................................................................1, (10 Times)
Caught stealing:................................................................................................................1, (4 Times)
Runners Left on Base:............. 5, (2x), last, Maddie Green vs. Western N.M. (March 10, 2017)
FIELDING
Putouts:..............................................................13, Kylee Moore at Tarleton State (Mar. 5, 2017)
Assists:..........................................................5, Shayne Starkey vs. Fort Hays State (Feb. 11, 2017)
Errors:......................................... 2, (2x), S. Ibrahim/S. McBroom at Tarleton State (Mar. 4, 2017)
Passed balls:........................................................................................................................1, (5 Times)
PITCHING
Innings pitched:...............................................................................................................7.0, (4 Times)
Runs allowed:.....................................................7, Kilee Halbert at Tarleton State (Mar. 4, 2017)
Earned runs:...................................4, (2x), last, Shayne Starkey at Tarleton State (Mar. 5, 2017)
Walks allowed:.............................................................4, Kami Merrill vs. Sioux Falls (Feb. 5, 2017)
Strikeouts:...................................................................5, Kilee Halbert vs. Fort Lewis (Feb. 10, 2017)
Hits allowed:...................................................11, Kilee Halbert vs. #18 Cal Baptist (Feb. 3, 2017)
Doubles allowed:..........................3, (2x), last, Shayne Starkey at Tarleton State (Mar. 5, 2017)
Triples allowed:....................................1, Kilee Halbert vs. Academy of Art (February 18, 2017)
Homers allowed:.....................1, (3x), last, Shayne Starkey vs. Western N.M. (March 12, 2017)
Wild pitches:........................................................................................................................1, (5 Times)
Hit batters:...........................................3, (2x), last, Kilee Halbert at Tarleton State (Mar. 4, 2017)
2017 SINGLE-GAME HIGHS
BATTING
Average (Min. 50 AB)	 Ibrahim, Shea	 .524
	 Smith, Allie	 .423
Slugging pct. (Min. 50 AB)	 Moore, Kylee	 .951
	 Ibrahim, Shea	 .889
On base pct. (Min. 50 AB)	 Ibrahim, Shea	 .632
	 Coveney, Kourtney	 .505
Runs scored	 Hardin, Ashley	 33
	 Coveney, Kourtney	 31
Hits	 Hardin, Ashley	 34
	 Ibrahim, Shea	 33
	 McBroom, Shanna	 33
	 Smith, Allie	 33
Runs batted in	 Smith, Allie	 36
	 Hardin, Ashley	 29
Doubles	 Hardin, Ashley	 11
	 Smith, Allie	 9
	 Ibrahim, Shea	 9
Triples	 Cruz, Brittany	 2
Home runs	 Moore, Kylee	 9
	 McBroom, Shanna	 6
	 Hardin, Ashley	 6
Total bases	 Hardin, Ashley	 65
	 Moore, Kylee	 58
Walks	 Coveney, Kourtney	 22
	 Ibrahim, Shea	 21
Stolen bases	 McBroom, Shanna	 4
	 Coveney, Kourtney	 3
	 Ibrahim, Shea	 3
PITCHING
ERA (Min. 25 IP)	 Halbert, Kilee	 1.51
Opposing Batting Average	 Alfonso, Alexis	 .236
Wins	 Halbert, Kilee	 11
	 Alfonso, Alexis	 6
Saves	 Starkey, Shayne	 1
	 Alfonso, Alexis	 1
Innings pitched	 Halbert, Kilee	 69.2
	 Alfonso, Alexis	37.1
Strikeouts	 Halbert, Kilee	 59
	 Alfonso, Alexis	 19
FIELDING
Putouts	 Moore, Kylee	 147
	 Green, Maddie	 61
Assists	 Ibrahim, Shea	 49
	 Coveney, Kourtney	 32
Fielding double plays	 Moore, Kylee	 11
	 Coveney, Kourtney	5
Caught Stealing By	 ---	 --
2017 STATISTICAL LEADERS
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  • 1. WWW.GOBUFFSGO.COM | @WTSOFTBALL | #BUFFNATION 2017 WT SOFTBALL GAME NOTES GAMES 27-29: AT #2 ANGELO STATE FEBRUARY Desert Stinger Invite (Las Vegas, NV) 3 Stanislaus State W, 8-0 (6) 3 #18 Cal Baptist W, 8-3 4 New Mexico Highlands W, 11-1 (6) 4 Augustana (S.D.) W, 7-6 5 Sioux Falls W, 5-4 WT Invitational (Canyon, TX) 10 Fort Lewis W, 6-0 10 Washburn W, 8-0 (5) 10 Washburn W, 9-0 (5) 11 Chadron State W, 10-0 (5) 11 Missouri Southern W, 13-3 (6) 11 Fort Hays State W, 9-1 (5) Cactus Classic (Tucson, AZ) 17 University of Mary W, 11-8 17 Lincoln Memorial W, 1-0 18 Academy of Art W, 9-5 18 #23 Dixie State L, 4-8 19 #23 Dixie State L, 6-7 24 Texas Woman’s * W, 20-1 (5) 25 Texas Woman’s * W, 16-1 (5) 25 Texas Woman’s * W, 12-0 (5) MARCH 3 at Tarleton State * L, 0-1 4 at Tarleton State * L, 3-7 4 at Tarleton State * W, 5-4 10 Western New Mexico W, 8-0 (6) 10 Western New Mexico * W, 15-0 (5) 11 Western New Mexico * W, 11-2 (5) 11 Western New Mexico * W, 16-2 (5) 17 at #2 Angelo State * 7:00 p.m. 18 at #2 Angelo State * 1:00 p.m. 18 at #2 Angelo State * 3:30 p.m. 24 Midwestern State * 7:00 p.m. 25 Midwestern State * 2:00 p.m. 25 Midwestern State * 4:00 p.m. 28 at (RV) Lubbock Christian 7:00 p.m. 31 at UT Permian Basin * 5:00 p.m. APRIL 1 at UT Permian Basin * 1:00 p.m. 1 at UT Permian Basin * 3:00 p.m. 4 (RV) Lubbock Christian 7:00 p.m. 7 Texas A&M-Commerce * 7:00 p.m. 8 Texas A&M-Commerce * 2:00 p.m. 8 Texas A&M-Commerce * 4:00 p.m. 13 at (RV) Cameron * 3:00 p.m. 14 at (RV) Cameron * 1:00 p.m. 14 at (RV) Cameron * 3:00 p.m. 18 #1 Oklahoma City 2:00 p.m. 18 #1 Oklahoma City 4:00 p.m. 21 Texas A&M-Kingsville * 7:00 p.m. 22 Texas A&M-Kingsville * 2:00 p.m. 22 Texas A&M-Kingsville * 4:00 p.m. 28 at Eastern New Mexico * 2:00 p.m. 29 at Eastern New Mexico * 12:00 p.m. 29 at Eastern New Mexico * 2:00 p.m. All times are Central and subject to change Rankings come from the newest NFCA DII Top-25 * - Lone Star Conference game Home Games in Bold played at Schaeffer Park 2017 SCHEDULE/RESULTS #2 ANGELO STATE • MARCH 17-18 • SAN ANGELO, TEXAS • MAYER FIELD ON DECK The #12 Lady Buffs of West Texas A&M hit the road this weekend as they renew one of the best rivalries in Division II Softball with the #2 Belles of Angelo State in a Lone Star Conference series starting on Friday at 7 p.m. ANGELO STATE The #2 Belles enter the weekend with an overall record of 28-1 with a 9-0 mark in LSC play as they have set a new program record for consecutive victories with 24 following a doubleader sweet of Oklahoma Christian. Angelo State is guided by 13th year head coach Travis Scott who has led Angelo State to four NCAA Division II South Central Region Titles and made four trips to the NCAA D-II National Championships, bringing home the national title in 2004. Scott guided ASU to five LSC Conference Championships and six LSC South Division titles in the last 12 years. The Belles are led offensively by Courtney Barnhill who is hitting .476 with eight doubles and eight homeruns to drive in 30 RBI on the season. In the circle, ASU is guided by NFCA National Pitcher of the Week Brandy Marlett who is 13-1 overall with a 1.51 ERA with eight complete games and three shutouts in 88.0 innings with 127 K’s. ASU is hitting .347 as a team to go along with 47 doubles, six triple, 38 homeruns and 200 RBI for a team slugging percentage of .577 with 23 combined errors for a fielding clip of .971. In the circle, the Belles have a 1.59 combined ERA with 16 complete games and 202 strikeouts in 189.0 innings with an opposing batting average of .179. THE SERIES vs. ASU WT and Angelo State will renew one of the best rivalries in Division II Softball this weekend in San Angelo. ASU holds a 26-24 advantage in the all-time series with the Lady Buffs taking the last six meetings between the two teams. WT is 7-14 all-time in San Angelo as they won three-of-four during their last trip in 2015. NFCA DIVISION II TOP-25 POLL (MAR. 15) National Runner-Up Humboldt State picked up 15 of the possible 16 first place votes for a total of 399 points followed by Angelo State (1 first place, 367), North Georgia (363), Southern Arkansas (347), Lenoir-Rhyne (320), Valdosta State (313), Chico State (303), St. Mary’s (300), Central Oklahoma (255) and Southern Indiana (249) to round out the top ten. The South Central Region was represented by Angelo State (2nd), St. Mary’s (8th), WT (12th), Cameron (RV) and Lubbock Christian (RV). WT SOFTBALL IN THE NFCA TOP-25 POLL The Lady Buffs have been ranked inside of the NFCA DIvision II Top-25 Poll for 47 straight weeks. The Lady Buffs have been ranked in the Top-5 in 39 polls since the start of the 2014 season while sitting atop of the poll an incredible 29 times. LSC PLAYERS OF THE WEEK HITTER Courtney Barnhill, Angelo State Barnhill led the Belles to a perfect 7-0 record last week. She recorded 12 hits, three doubles and one home run in victories over No. 3 St. Mary’s, Eastern New Mexico and No. 20 Lubbock Christian. She scored eight runs and drove in a team-high seven RBIs and six walks. The Lubbock native lead ASU with a .947 slugging percentage and a .731 on-base percentage. PITCHER Brandy Marlett, Angelo State Marlett had a career week setting the Angelo State record for strikeouts in a game. The junior struck out a career high and ASU record 17 in a 5-4 win over ENMU, which is the fourth most in NCAA Division II this season. The Henderson, Nevada native was a perfect 4-0 in four ap- pearances and threw three complete games and two shutouts. She struck out 42 batters in 24.0 innings pitched and only gave up two earned runs. She held opponents such as No. 3 St. Mary’s and No. 20 LCU to just 13 hits. Softball Contact: Brent Seals E-Mail: bseals@wtamu.edu Office: 806.651.4442 Cell: 806.674.7050 www.GoBuffsGo.com Follow WT Softball on Social Media! .com/WTSoftball @WTSoftball #12 West Texas A&M LADY BUFFS 22-4 (7-2 LSC) Date.............................March 17-18 Venue............................Mayer Field Location............San Angelo, Texas Live Stats...........AngeloSports.com Webstream......AngeloSports.com vs. ASU..................ASU Leads, 26-24 Series Beginning........................2006 Total Meetings...............................50 Last Meeting...............Apr. 29, 2016 Result......................................WT, 6-5 Streak.................................WT, Win 6 #2 Angelo State RAMBELLES 28-1 (9-0 LSC)
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WWW.GOBUFFSGO.COM | @WTSOFTBALL | #BUFFNATION Overall....................................................................22-4 vs. Lone Star Conference Opponents................ 8-2 vs. Non-Conference Opponents.......................14-2 Home......................................................................13-0 Away......................................................................... 1-2 Neutral...................................................................... 8-2 Day..........................................................................17-3 Night.......................................................................... 6-0 vs Left........................................................................ 3-0 vs Right....................................................................19-4 vs. Top-5 (NFCA)...................................................... 0-0 vs. Top-10 (NFCA)................................................... 0-0 vs. Top-25 (NFCA)................................................... 1-2 1-Run games........................................................... 4-2 2-Run games........................................................... 0-0 5+Run games........................................................16-0 Extra Innings............................................................. 0-0 Shutouts.................................................................... 9-1 Scoring 0-2 runs....................................................... 1-1 Scoring 3-5 runs....................................................... 2-1 Scoring 6-9 runs....................................................... 9-1 Scoring 10+ runs....................................................10-0 Opponent 0-2 runs...............................................15-1 Opponent 3-5 runs................................................. 4-1 Opponent 6-9 runs................................................. 2-3 Opponent 10+ runs................................................ 0-0 Scored in 1st inning...............................................19-2 Opp. scores in 1st inning........................................ 4-2 Scores first...............................................................18-1 Opp. scores first....................................................... 4-3 After 4 leading.......................................................20-0 After 4 trailing........................................................... 0-1 After 4 tied................................................................ 2-3 After 5 leading......................................................... 7-0 After 5 trailing........................................................... 1-3 After 5 tied................................................................ 2-1 After 6 leading......................................................... 7-0 After 6 trailing........................................................... 0-3 After 6 tied................................................................ 1-1 Hit 0 home runs........................................................ 2-3 Hit 1 home run......................................................... 7-0 Hit 2+ home runs...................................................13-1 Opponent 0 home runs.......................................20-3 Opponent 1 home run.......................................... 2-1 Opponent 2+ HRs................................................... 0-0 Made 0 errors.......................................................... 8-1 Made 1 error............................................................ 8-1 Made 2+ errors........................................................ 6-2 Opp. made 0 errors................................................ 6-1 Opp. made 1 error................................................. 8-3 Opp. made 2+ errors............................................. 8-0 Out-hit opponent..................................................20-0 Out-hit by opponent.............................................. 1-4 Hits are tied.............................................................. 1-0 In February.............................................................17-2 In March................................................................... 5-2 In April....................................................................... 0-0 In May....................................................................... 0-0 On Monday............................................................. 0-0 On Tuesday.............................................................. 0-0 On Wednesday....................................................... 0-0 On Thursday............................................................. 0-0 On Friday................................................................10-1 On Saturday............................................................ 8-2 On Sunday............................................................... 4-1 2017 SCORE-BY-INNING 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 TOTAL LADY BUFFS 60 51 38 48 17 13 4 -- -- 231 OPPONENTS 13 4 11 6 17 12 1 -- -- 64 HOME SWEET HOME The Lady Buffs have turned Schaeffer Park in Can- yon into one of the top home environments in all of NCAA Division II Softball. WT is 188-28 (.8670) at Schaeffer Park since the facility opened prior to the 2011 season including 77-13 (.856) during regular season Lone Star Conference games in Canyon. 2016 marked the fifth time in the last six years (‘11, ‘13, ‘14, ‘15, ‘16) that the Lady Buffs hosted NCAA Postseason action. LIVE COVERAGE The Angelo State Athletic Communications Depart- ment will provide live stats and a webstream for all games during the weekend. Fans can also follow the WT Athletics (@WTAthletics) Twitter account for live updates during all games. For links and more information, visit the Lady Buff Softball schedule page at GoBuffsGo.com. #PLAYFORTHEPANHANDLE The West Texas A&M Athletic Department was hon- ored to join with the WT Agriculture Department as the Buffs and Lady Buffs #PlayForThePanhandle this past weekend at Wilder Park and Schaeffer Park to collect donations and supplies for those affected by the ongoing tragic wildfires in the Texas Panhandle. NATIONALLY SPEAKING Entering the week, the Lady Buffs led all of Division II Softball in slugging percentage (.713) while ranking second in doubles per game (2.38) and third in batting average (.394), home runs per game (1.77), on-bae percentage (.488) and scoring (8.88). Allie Smith sits second in the nation in RBI (36) while Kylee Moore is fourth in homeruns (9) and Kilee Halbert ranks 10th in victories (11). 2016 IN-REVIEW The Lady Buffs continued their dominance in 2016 as Kevin Blaskowski led the program to their third straight and fourth overall Lone Star Conference Championship as they finished the season 59-5 with a 30-2 mark in LSC play. WT made national news during the 2016 season as they went on the longest win streak in South Central Region history, winning their first 30 games. WT claimed their second South Central Regional Championship in 2016, coming from the loser’s bracket to top Colorado Mesa twice on Championship Sunday followed by a Super Regional sweep of St. Mary’s to advance to the program’s second College World Series as WT finished the season ranked fifth in the nation. THE LONE STAR CONFERENCE Entering the week, LSC softball teams were 161-130 overall this season. In the NCAA South Central Re- gion, the group is currently 37-27 combined versus Heartland teams and 17-9 against the RMAC. HITTING STREAKS Player ‘17 Longest Current Allie Smith 11 3 Ashley Hardin 10 1 Shanna McBroom 7 1 Shea Ibrahim 6 1 Shayne Starkey 6 1 Brittany Cruz 6 6 Kylee Moore 5 5 Maddie Green 4 - Hunter Ervin 4 4 Kourtney Coveney 4 1 Alyx Cordell 2 2 Sierra Gentry 2 2 Alexis Alfonso 1 - Madi Meyers 1 1 Emilee Baker 1 - Chelsea Skipper 1 1 Briana Garza 1 1 2017 Record When... 2017 WT SOFTBALL GAME NOTES “IT’S WHO WE ARE” | UBUNTU # Name Pos. 11 Madison Greenwell LF .370 avg, 3 doubles, 4 triples , 10 RBI 4 Bailey Wallace 2B .375 avg, 2 doubles, 2 HR, 1 RBI 9 Courtney Barnhill RF .476 avg, 8 doubles, 8 HR, 30 RBI 20 Kenedy Urbany DP .313 avg, 6 doubles, 6 HR, 23 RBI 22 Taegan Kirk C .375 avg, 9 doubles, 5 HR, 28 RBI 12 Karina Rocha 3B .254 avg, 1 double, 5 HR, 14 RBI 3 Danae Bina SS .348 avg, 6 doubles, 1 HR, 16 RBI 33 Alexis Evans 1B .270 avg, 4 doubles, 4 HR, 23 RBI 2 Brooke Mangold CF .318 avg, 2 doubles, 2 HR, 8 RBI 8 Brandy Marlett P 13-1, 1.51 ERA, 8 CG’s, 88.0 IP, 127 K Record 22-4 28-1 Batting Avg. .394 .347 Runs/Gm 8.88 7.79 Hits/Gm 10.15 9.00 Doubles 62 47 Triples 7 6 Home Runs 46 38 Runs Batted In 212 200 Slugging Pct. .713 .577 On-Base Pct. .488 .456 Walks/Gm 4.65 4.24 Fielding Pct. .957 .971 Earned Run Avg. 2.14 1.59 Batting Avg. Against .270 .179 Strikeouts/Gm 3.77 6.97 Shutouts/Combined 9/3 7/10 TEAM COMPARISON ASU PROBABLE GM 1 LINEUP
  • 3. WWW.GOBUFFSGO.COM | @WTSOFTBALL | #BUFFNATION 12 13 161514 7 18 GameDay Western N.M. Canyon, TX W, 11-2 /16-2 Youth Camp Youth Camp Practice TBD Schaeffer Park Practice TBD Schaeffer Park Practice TBD Schaeffer Park GameDay Angelo State San Angelo, TX 7 p.m. Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday ThisWeek... # School (1st Place) Pts. Rec. Prev. 1 Humboldt State (15) 399 20-1 1 2 Angelo State (1) 367 24-1 8 3 North Georgia 363 22-6 4 4 Southern Arkansas 347 19-3 2 5 Lenoir-Rhyne 320 25-2 7 6 Valdosta State 313 21-6 5 7 Chico State 303 15-2 6 8 St. Mary’s 300 19-6 3 9 Central Oklahoma 255 11-3 9 10 Southern Indiana 249 17-3 16 11 Saint Leo 247 21-6 10 12 West Texas A&M 237 22-4 11 13 Dixie State 191 20-5 12 14 Pfeiffer 178 22-2 15 15 West Virginia Wesleyan 177 12-2 13 16 Harding 168 19-3 17 17 UMSL 125 18-6 RV 18 Missouri Western 97 18-4 23 19 Tampa 91 19-4 RV 20 Indianapolis 80 13-5 19 21 CSU Monterey Bay 73 15-4 24 22 Caldwell 62 4-3 18 23 Limestone 59 21-3 RV 24 Wayne State (Mich.) 49 14-5 22 25 Shorter 33 19-9 RV NFCA Top-25 Poll (Week 5) West Texas A&M Game #1 Probable Starters WT Probable Game 1 Lineup GameDay Angelo State San Angelo, TX 1/3 p.m. 2017 WT SOFTBALL GAME NOTES “IT’S WHO WE ARE” | UBUNTU Lady Buff Softball By The Numbers #0 Shayne Starkey UTIL • 5-6 • L/L • SO-1L Denton, Texas #3 Ashley Hardin OF • 5-4 • R/R • JR-2L Flower Mound, Texas #5 Brittany Cruz OF • 5-3 • R/R • SO-1L New Braunfels, Texas #8 Shea Ibrahim INF • 5-6 • L/R • SR-1L South Jordan, Utah #8 Shanna McBroom INF/C • 5-6 • R/R • FR-HS Sachse, Texas #2 Kourtney Coveney UTIL • 5-7 • R/R • SO-1L Houston, Texas #14 Kylee Moore INF • 6-0 • L/R • SO-1L Van, Texas #1 Kilee Halbert 5-6 | P | R/R | JR Dalhart, Texas #12 Maddie Green C • 5-10 • R/R • FR-RS Corinth, Texas #18 Allie Smith INF • 5-9 • R/R • JR-2L Flower Mound, Texas Left Field Center Field Right Field Third Base Shortstop Second Base First Base Pitcher Catcher Desig. Player # Name Pos. 6 Shea Ibrahim 3B .524 avg, 9 doubles, 4 HR, 24 RBI 2 Kourtney Coveney 2B .357 avg, 5 doubles, 3 HR, 15 RBI 3 Ashley Hardin CF .410, 11 doubles, 6 HR, 29 RBI 18 Allie Smith DP .423 avg, 9 doubles, 3 HR, 36 RBI 12 Maddie Green C .328 avg, 5 doubles, 3 HR, 15 RBI 14 Kylee Moore 1B .410 avg, 6 doubles, 9 HR, 25 RBI 0 Shayne Starkey LF .413 avg, 4 doubles, 2 HR, 11 RBI 5 Brittany Cruz RF .311 avg, 4 doubles, 5 HR, 19 RBI 8 Shanna McBroom SS .418 avg, 2 doubles, 6 HR, 12 RBI 1 Kilee Halbert P 11-2, 1.51 ERA, 10 CG’s, 69.2 IP, 59 K’s 360 - Victories since the 2010 season to lead all Texas universities (any level). .873 - Winning Percentage over the last three seasons for the Lady Buffs (186-27). 47 - Straight weeks ranked inside of the National Fastpitch Coaches Associaton (NFCA) Division II Top-25 Poll. The Lady Buffs have been ranked in the Top-5 in 39 polls since the start of the 2014 season while sitting atop of the poll an incredible 29 times. 57 - Straight weeks atop of the National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) Top-25 Poll from February 26, 2014 to March 25, 2015. Setting a record for consecutive weeks atop of the Division II poll.
  • 4. WWW.GOBUFFSGO.COM | @WTSOFTBALL | #BUFFNATION WTAMU Quick Facts UNIVERSITY INFORMATION General Location.................................. Canyon, Texas 79015 Founded...............................................................1910 Enrollment...........................................................9,368 Colors............................................... Maroon & White Nickname................................................... Lady Buffs Affiliation........................................... NCAA Division II Conference.......................... Lone Star Conference President....................................... Dr. Patrick O’Brien Athletic Director..........................Michael McBroom Venue................................................. Schaeffer Park Seated Capacity...............................................535 Surface..............................AstroTurf GameDay 3D Athletic Department Phone.............(806) 651-4400 Media Relations Assistant Director/SB Contact.................Brent Seals Office Phone.......................................(806) 651-4442 Cell Phone...........................................(806) 674-7050 E-Mail Address.......................... bseals@wtamu.edu Softball Information Head Coach...................................Kevin Blaskowski Alma Mater..............................Valley City State, ‘86 Career Record......................776-512 (25th Season) WT Record..............................424-235 (12th Season) No. Name POS B/T HT YR-EXP Hometown (Previous School/HS) 0 Shayne Starkey UTIL/P L/L 5-6 SO-1L Denton, Texas (Guyer) 1 Kilee Halbert P R/R 5-6 JR-2L Dalhart, Texas (Dalhart) 2 Kourtney Coveney INF R/R 5-7 SO-1L Katy, Texas (Katy) 3 Ashley Hardin OF R/R 5-4 JR-2L Flower Mound, Texas (Marcus) 4 Chelsea Skipper P R/R 5-9 SO-1L Campbell, California (Campbell) 5 Brittany Cruz OF R/R 5-3 SO-1L New Braunfels, Texas (New Braunfels) 7 Kami Merrill P R/R 5-6 SR-TR Calgary, Alberta (Nebraska-Kearney) 6 Shea Ibrahim INF L/R 5-6 SR-1L South Jordan, Utah (Southern Idaho) 8 Shanna McBroom INF/C R/R 5-6 FR-HS Sachse, Texas (Sachse) 9 Sierra Gentry UTIL R/R 5-7 FR-HS Alamogordo, N.M. (Alamogordo) 11 Alyx Cordell UTIL R/R 5-3 FR-HS Canyon, Texas (Canyon) 12 Maddie Green C R/R 5-10 FR-RS Corinth, Texas (Guyer) 13 Alexis Ranieri P R/R 5-9 FR-HS Tucson, Arizona (Ironwood Ridge) 14 Kylee Moore INF L/R 6-0 SO-1L Van, Texas (Van) 15 Alexis Alfonso P R/R 5-9 SR-1L Tucson, Arizona (Pima College) 16 Hunter Ervin C R/R 5-9 FR-HS Weimar, Texas (Weimar) 18 Allie Smith INF L/L 5-9 JR-2L Flower Mound, Texas (Flower Mound) 20 Emilee Baker OF R/R 5-3 SO-1L Schertz, Texas (Clemens) 22 Briana Garza INF R/R 5-6 SO-1L San Antonio, Texas (Madison) 26 Madi Meyers UTIL L/R 5-5 FR-HS Frisco, Texas (Lone Star) Redshirts 25 Christiana Lucero INF/P R/R 5-9 FR-HS Amarillo, Texas (Randall) 34 Victoria Quinn OF L/L 5-9 FR-HS Fort Worth, Texas (Chisholm Trail) THE LAST TIME WT... Recorded 10+ hits in a game 11, Western New Mexico (W, 16-2) (5 Innings) March 12, 2017 Recorded 15+ hits in a game 20, Texas Woman’s (W, 20-1) (5 Innings) February 24, 2017 Scored 10+ runs in a game 16, Western New Mexico (W, 16-2) (5 Innings) March 12, 2017 Scored 15+ runs in a game 16, Western New Mexico (W, 16-2) (5 Innings) March 12, 2017 Scored 20+ runs in a game 20, Texas Woman’s (W, 20-1) (5 Innings) February 24, 2017 Scored 10+ runs in an inning 12, (4th Inning), Texas Woman’s (W, 20-1) (5 Innings) February 24, 2017 Drew eight or more walks in a game 8, Western New Mexico (W, 15-0) (5 Innings) March 10, 2017 Stole five or more bases in a game 5, vs. Cameron (W, 4-2) March 8, 2014 Hit five or more home runs in a game 5, Texas Woman’s (W, 16-1) (5 Innings) February 25, 2017 Had 3+ players with 3+ hits in a game Ramirez/Taylor/Coveney, Cameron (W, 9-1) (5 Innings) March 25, 2016 Defeated Top-10 team at home (NFCA) vs. #9 St. Mary’s (W, 3-1) May 12, 2016 Defeated Top-10 team on the road at #2 Dixie State (W, 7-6) (9 Innings) February 6, 2016 Defeated Top-10 team at neutral site vs. #3 Dixie State (W, 5-4) (8 Innings) (Tucson, AZ) February 8, 2015 Lost to Top-10 team at home vs. #10 Angelo State (L, 3-5) May 3, 2014 Lost to Top-10 team on the road at #6 Angelo State (L, 0-1) April 14, 2015 Lost to Top-10 team at neutral site vs. #5 Humboldt State (L, 5-8) (Denver, CO) May 18, 2016 Defeated Top-25 team at home #22 Angelo State (W, 3-2) March 12, 2016 Defeated Top-25 team on the road at #25 Cameron (W, 13-5) (5 Innings) March 28, 2015 Defeated Top-25 team at neutral site vs. #18 Cal Baptist (W, 8-3) February 3, 2017 Lost to Top-25 team at home vs. #14 St. Mary’s (L, 3-4) May 16, 2014 Lost to Top-25 team on the road at #25 Cameron (L, 0-4) March 27, 2015 Lost to Top-25 team at neutral site vs. #23 Dixie State (L, 6-7) (Tucson, AZ) May 19, 2016 Won an extra-inning game Angelo State (W, 6-5) (9 Innings) April 29, 2016 Lost an extra inning game at Midwestern State (L, 2-3) (8 Innings) March 1, 2014 THE LAST TIME A WT PLAYER... Recorded 4+ hits in a game 4, Shanna McBroom vs. Texas Woman’s (W, 20-1) (5 Innings) February 24, 2017 Scored 4+ runs in a game 4, Ashley Hardin vs. Texas Woman’s (W, 16-1) (5 Innings) February 25, 2017 Drove in 5+ runs in a game 6, Ashley Hardin vs. Texas Woman’s (W, 16-1) (5 Innings) February 25, 2017 Hit 2+ home runs in a game 2, Kylee Moore vs. Texas Woman’s (W, 12-0) (5 Innings) February 25, 2017 Hit a grand slam Ashley Hardin (2nd Inning) vs #18 Cal Baptist (W, 8-3) February 3, 2017 Drew 3+ walks in a game 3, Shea Ibrahim vs. Western New Mexico (W, 16-2) (5 Innings) March 12, 2017 Stole 3+ bases in a game 3, Tyler Wilkinson vs. Newman (W, 5-4) February 21, 2015 Had a walk-off home run (game winning) Shea Ibrahim (3-Run, 7th Inning, 1 Out) vs. University of Mary (W, 11-8) February 17, 2017 Had a walk-off hit (game winning) Allie Smith, 2 RBI Single vs. Colorado Mesa (W, 4-3) May 7, 2016 Hit for the cycle Kim LeComte vs. Eastern New Mexico (W, 15-2) (5 Innings) March 5, 2011 THE LAST TIME A WT PITCHER... Struck out 10+ batters 10, Kilee Halbert vs. #22 Angelo State (W, 2-1) March 11, 2016 Struck out 15+ batters 15, Rita Hokianga vs. UT-Permian Basin (W, 4-3) April 22, 2014 Threw a no-hitter Rita Hokianga at #6 Angelo State (W, 21-0) (5 Innings) April 13, 2015 Threw a perfect game Lindsay Wright at UT-Permian Basin (W, 8-0) (5 Innings) February 7, 2009 The Last Time West Texas A&M... 2017 Numerical Roster 2017 WT SOFTBALL GAME NOTES “IT’S WHO WE ARE” | UBUNTU
  • 5. WWW.GOBUFFSGO.COM | @WTSOFTBALL | #BUFFNATION 2017 WT SOFTBALL GAME NOTES “IT’S WHO WE ARE” | UBUNTU GRAND SLAMS 1. Brooke Guidry...............................................................Tarleton State (3/17/06) 2. Erin Hartigan.................................................................Tarleton State (3/17/06) 3. Courtney Schmidt..............................................at UT Permian Basin (2/12/08) 4. Kaitlyn Witte..........................................................at UT Permian Basin (2/7/09) 5. Kim LeComte............................. vs. Southwestern Oklahoma State (2/15/09) 6. Erin Hartigan (2)...............................Northwestern Oklahoma State (3/16/09) 7. Erin Hartigan (3).............................................................Angelo State (3/21/09) 8. Kim LeComte (2)................................................. vs. Texas Woman’s (2/20/10) 9. Sarah Blair................................................................UT Permian Basin (3/31/10) 10. Meghan Slattery..............................................at Central Oklahoma (4/6/10) 11. Meghan Slattery (2)...................................................Tarleton State (4/10/10) 12. Kim LeComte (3).................................................... Abilene Christian (5/1/10) 13. Meghan Slattery (3)......................................Western New Mexico (2/18/11) 14. Meghan Slattery (4)......................................Western New Mexico (2/19/11) 15. Kaitlyn Witte (2).......................................................Texas Woman’s (3/25/11) 16. Kasey Henderson (IP)..............................................Texas Woman’s (3/25/11) 17. Kim LeComte (4)......................................... at Texas A&M-Kingsville (4/8/11) 18. Kaitlyn Witte (3)...........................................................Angelo State (4/16/11) 19. Meghan Brown..............................................................St. Edward’s (4/19/11) 20. Allie Cranfill (1)...................................Oklahoma Panhandle State (2/10/12) 21. Allie Cranfill (2)...................................................................vs. Flagler (2/24/12) 22. Meghan Brown (2)...............................................Midwestern State (2/10/12) 23. Alyssa Lemos (1)...................................................Midwestern State (2/10/12) 24. Meghan Slattery (5).............................................Midwestern State (2/10/12) 25. Allie Cranfill (3).............................................................. at Cameron (4/14/12) 26. Lacey Tayor....................................................................vs. Fort Lewis (2/9/13) 27. Renee Erwin.....................................Northwestern Oklahoma State (3/5/13) 28. Renee Erwin (2)............................................................Tarleton State (3/9/13) 29. Brittany Gehle...............................................................Tarleton State (3/9/13) 30. Allie Cranfill (4)................................................ Eastern New Mexico (4/17/13) 31. Allie Cranfill (5)................................................ Eastern New Mexico (4/17/13) 32. Allie Cranfill (6)....................................................................Newman (2/22/14) 33. Kaisha Dacosin....................................................................Cameron (3/7/14) 34. Jessica Sipe.................................................New Mexico Highlands (4/15/14) 35. Alyssa Lemos (2)..........................................................Angelo State (4/25/14) 36. Mallory Wyatt...............................................................Angelo State (4/26/14) 37. Renee Erwin (3)........................................................Chadron State (4/14/15) 38. Lacey Taylor (2).............................................................St. Edward’s (4/20/15) 39. Kaisha Dacosin (2)....................................................... at Cameron (3/28/15) 40. Ashley Hardin................................................................ at Cameron (3/28/15) 41. Brittany Gehle (2).............................................Texas A&M-Kingsville (4/3/15) 42. Kaisha Dacosin (3)...........................................Texas A&M-Kingsville (4/4/15) 43. Ashley Hardin (2)............................................ Eastern New Mexico (4/10/15) 44. Kaisha Dacosin (4)......................................... Eastern New Mexico (4/11/15) 45. Allie Cranfill (7).........................................................Texas Woman’s (4/25/15) 46. Lacey Taylor (3)..............................................................vs. Fort Lewis (2/7/16) 47. Briana Garza...................................................................... Fort Lewis (2/12/16) 48. Kylee Moore..............................................................Chadron State (2/13/16) 49. Brittany Gehle (3).............................................................. St. Mary’s (2/13/16) 50. Lacey Taylor (4).................................................at Midwestern State (3/5/16) 51. Brittany Cruz...................................................... Eastern New Mexico (4/8/16) 52. Brittany Gehle (4)............................................. Eastern New Mexico (4/8/16) 53. Andrea Sitter...................................................at Lubbock Christian (4/20/16) 54. Ashley Hardin (3)......................................... Texas A&M-Commerce (5/6/16) 55. Ashley Hardin (4)..........................................................vs. Cal Baptist (2/3/17) *-Allie Cranfill (2012-2015) holds the NCAA Division II Career Grand Slam Record (7) NO-HITTERS 1. Lindsey Wright.......................................................at UT Permian Basin (2/6/09) 2. Lindsey Wright................................................... at UT Permian Basin (2/7/09) # 3. Shelbey Cockrell..........................................at Eastern New Mexico (4/18/10) 4. Shelbey Cockrell................................................at Abilene Christian (2/12/11) 5. Marci Womack................................................................St. Edward’s (2/10/12) 6. Rita Hokianga................................................ at Texas A&M-Kingsville (4/4/14) 7. Rita Hokianga........................................................... at Angelo State (3/13/15) #-Perfect Game LONGEST HITTING STREAKS 1. Alyssa Lemos..........................................................................................20 (2013) 2. Kasey Henderson..................................................................................16 (2010) 3. Tyler Wilkinson........................................................................................15 (2014) Brittany Gehle...................................................................................15 (2015-16) 5. Renee Erwin......................................................................................14 (2014-15) Stacey Ramirez.................................................................................14 (2015-16) Stacey Ramirez......................................................................................14 (2016) 8. Allie Smith...............................................................................................13 (2016) 9. Amber Farr.............................................................................................12 (2008) Amber Farr.............................................................................................12 (2009) Mallory Wyatt.........................................................................................12 (2014) Kaisha Dacosin......................................................................................12 (2015) Lacey Taylor......................................................................................12 (2015-16) Andrea Sitter..........................................................................................12 (2016) Lacey Taylor...........................................................................................12 (2016) 16. Dani Couger........................................................................................11 (2008) Kim LeComte.........................................................................................11 (2011) Alyssa Lemos..........................................................................................11 (2011) Kim LeComte.........................................................................................11 (2012) Allie Cranfill.......................................................................................11 (2013-14) Brittany Gehle........................................................................................11 (2016) Shea Ibrahim..........................................................................................11 (2016) Allie Smith...............................................................................................11 (2017) 24. Marci Shepherd...................................................................................10 (2006) Jenny Matulich......................................................................................10 (2007) Kasey Henderson..................................................................................10 (2009) Kim LeComte.........................................................................................10 (2009) Kristina Myles..........................................................................................10 (2010) Kasey Henderson..................................................................................10 (2011) Mercedes Garcia..................................................................................10 (2013) Jessica Sipe............................................................................................10 (2013) MOST CAREER MULTIPLE RBI GAMES 1. Renee Erwin......................................................................................69 (2012-15) 2. Kim LeComte....................................................................................68 (2009-12) 3. Allie Cranfill.......................................................................................54 (2012-15) 4. Ashley Hardin........................................................................50 (2015-CURRENT) 5. Alyssa Lemos.....................................................................................45 (2011-14) Lacey Taylor......................................................................................45 (2013-16) 7. Kaitlyn Witte......................................................................................41 (2008-11) 8. Jessica Sipe.......................................................................................38 (2013-14) Brittany Gehle...................................................................................38 (2013-16) 10. Meghan Brown...............................................................................37 (2009-12) Season Pre 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Dates 2006 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Feb. 2 - June 1 2007 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Jan. 31 - May 30 2008 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Jan. 30 - May 28 2009 - RV 22 23 25 RV RV RV RV - - - - - Jan. 28 - June 1 2010 22 23 16 22 22 RV 18 17 16 16 15 11 22 24 Jan. 27 - June 4 2011 6 7 7 6 6 10 11 15 23 23 23 22 17 12 8 Feb. 2 - June 1 2012 5 3 2 14 T19 23 19 24 25 25 24 RV - Feb. 1 - June 4 2013 RV 3 3 3 1 1 1 2 2 5 5 8 7 RV Jan. 30 - May 30 2014 8 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Jan. 29 - May 30 2015 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 13 Jan. 28 - June 2 2016 22 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 1 1 1 5 Jan. 27 - May 25 2017 4 2 7 6 11 12 Jan. 25 - Lady Buff Softball All-Time in the NFCA Division II Top-25 Poll
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WWW.GOBUFFSGO.COM | @WTSOFTBALL | #BUFFNATION TEAM BATTING At bats:............................................................... 35, (2x), last, vs. Academy of Art (Feb. 18, 2017) Runs scored:..............................................................................20, Texas Woman’s (Feb. 24, 2017) Hits:..............................................................................................20, Texas Woman’s (Feb. 24, 2017) RBIs:.............................................................................................19, Texas Woman’s (Feb. 24, 2017) Doubles:.......................................................................................8, Texas Woman’s (Feb. 24, 2017) Triples:...................................................................................................................................1, (7 Times) Home runs:..................................................................................5, Texas Woman’s (Feb. 25, 2017) Total bases:...............................................................................36, Texas Woman’s (Feb. 24, 2017) Walks:............................................................................8, Western New Mexico (March 10, 2017) Strikeouts:...............................................................................10, vs. #23 Dixie State (Feb. 18, 2017) Sac hits:................................................................................................................................1, (5 Times) Sac flies:.......................................................................................2, Texas Woman’s (Feb. 25, 2017) Stolen bases:................................................................................ 5, Fort Hays State (Feb. 11, 2017) Hit by pitch:.................................................................................2, at Tarleton State (Mar. 3, 2017) Caught stealing:................................................................................................................1, (4 Times) Runners Left on Base:...........................................................11, vs. #18 Cal Baptist (Feb. 3, 2017) Hit into double play:..........................................................................................................1, (4 Times) FIELDING Putouts:..............................................................................................................................21, (9 Times) Assists:........................................................................ 12, (2x), last, at Tarleton State (Mar. 5, 2017) Errors:............................................................................................5, at Tarleton State (Mar. 4, 2017) Passed balls:........................................................................................................................1, (5 Times) Double plays turned:.........................................................................................................2, (5 Times) PITCHING Innings pitched:...............................................................................................................7.0, (9 Times) Runs allowed:........................................................8, (2x), last, vs. #23 Dixie State (Feb. 18, 2017) Earned runs:...........................................................6, (3x), last, vs. #23 Dixie State (Feb. 19, 2017) Walks allowed:.......................................................................6, vs. #23 Dixie State (Feb. 19, 2017) Strikeouts:................................................................................ 5 (2x), last, Fort Lewis (Feb. 10, 2017) Hits allowed:.....................................................................14, vs. University of Mary (Feb. 17, 2017) Doubles allowed:...................................................... 3, (2x), last, at Tarleton State (Mar. 5, 2017) Triples allowed:....................................................................1, vs. Academy of Art (Feb. 18, 2017) Homers allowed:.........................................1, (3x), last, Western New Mexico (March 12, 2017) Wild pitches:........................................................................................................................1, (5 Times) Hit batters:.................................................................. 3, (3x), last, at Tarleton State (Mar. 4, 2017) INDIVIDUAL BATTING At bats:.................................................................................................................................5, (4 Times) Runs scored:........................4, (2x), last, Ashley Hardin vs. Texas Woman’s (February 25, 2017) Hits:............................... 4, (2x), last, Shanna McBroom vs. Texas Woman’s (February 24, 2017) RBIs:.......................................................6, Ashley Hardin vs. Texas Woman’s (February 25, 2017) Doubles:...............................................................................................................................2, (5 Times) Triples:...................................................................................................................................1, (7 Times) Home runs:........................... 2, (3x), last, Kylee Moore vs. Texas Woman’s (February 25, 2017) Total bases:.........................................10, Kylee Moore vs. Texas Woman’s (February 25, 2017) Walks:............................................................3, (2x), last, Western New Mexico (March 12, 2017) Strikeouts:...........................................................................................................................2, (13 Times) Sac hits:................................................................................................................................1, (5 Times) Sac flies................................................................................................................................1, (9 Times) Stolen bases:.........................................2, Shanna McBroom vs. Fort Hays State (Feb. 11, 2017) Hit by pitch:.......................................................................................................................1, (10 Times) Caught stealing:................................................................................................................1, (4 Times) Runners Left on Base:............. 5, (2x), last, Maddie Green vs. Western N.M. (March 10, 2017) FIELDING Putouts:..............................................................13, Kylee Moore at Tarleton State (Mar. 5, 2017) Assists:..........................................................5, Shayne Starkey vs. Fort Hays State (Feb. 11, 2017) Errors:......................................... 2, (2x), S. Ibrahim/S. McBroom at Tarleton State (Mar. 4, 2017) Passed balls:........................................................................................................................1, (5 Times) PITCHING Innings pitched:...............................................................................................................7.0, (4 Times) Runs allowed:.....................................................7, Kilee Halbert at Tarleton State (Mar. 4, 2017) Earned runs:...................................4, (2x), last, Shayne Starkey at Tarleton State (Mar. 5, 2017) Walks allowed:.............................................................4, Kami Merrill vs. Sioux Falls (Feb. 5, 2017) Strikeouts:...................................................................5, Kilee Halbert vs. Fort Lewis (Feb. 10, 2017) Hits allowed:...................................................11, Kilee Halbert vs. #18 Cal Baptist (Feb. 3, 2017) Doubles allowed:..........................3, (2x), last, Shayne Starkey at Tarleton State (Mar. 5, 2017) Triples allowed:....................................1, Kilee Halbert vs. Academy of Art (February 18, 2017) Homers allowed:.....................1, (3x), last, Shayne Starkey vs. Western N.M. (March 12, 2017) Wild pitches:........................................................................................................................1, (5 Times) Hit batters:...........................................3, (2x), last, Kilee Halbert at Tarleton State (Mar. 4, 2017) 2017 SINGLE-GAME HIGHS BATTING Average (Min. 50 AB) Ibrahim, Shea .524 Smith, Allie .423 Slugging pct. (Min. 50 AB) Moore, Kylee .951 Ibrahim, Shea .889 On base pct. (Min. 50 AB) Ibrahim, Shea .632 Coveney, Kourtney .505 Runs scored Hardin, Ashley 33 Coveney, Kourtney 31 Hits Hardin, Ashley 34 Ibrahim, Shea 33 McBroom, Shanna 33 Smith, Allie 33 Runs batted in Smith, Allie 36 Hardin, Ashley 29 Doubles Hardin, Ashley 11 Smith, Allie 9 Ibrahim, Shea 9 Triples Cruz, Brittany 2 Home runs Moore, Kylee 9 McBroom, Shanna 6 Hardin, Ashley 6 Total bases Hardin, Ashley 65 Moore, Kylee 58 Walks Coveney, Kourtney 22 Ibrahim, Shea 21 Stolen bases McBroom, Shanna 4 Coveney, Kourtney 3 Ibrahim, Shea 3 PITCHING ERA (Min. 25 IP) Halbert, Kilee 1.51 Opposing Batting Average Alfonso, Alexis .236 Wins Halbert, Kilee 11 Alfonso, Alexis 6 Saves Starkey, Shayne 1 Alfonso, Alexis 1 Innings pitched Halbert, Kilee 69.2 Alfonso, Alexis 37.1 Strikeouts Halbert, Kilee 59 Alfonso, Alexis 19 FIELDING Putouts Moore, Kylee 147 Green, Maddie 61 Assists Ibrahim, Shea 49 Coveney, Kourtney 32 Fielding double plays Moore, Kylee 11 Coveney, Kourtney 5 Caught Stealing By --- -- 2017 STATISTICAL LEADERS 2017 WT SOFTBALL GAME NOTES “IT’S WHO WE ARE” | UBUNTU
  • 7. WWW.GOBUFFSGO.COM | @WTSOFTBALL | #BUFFNATION # School 1st Place Points 1 WEST TEXAS A&M 26 324 2 A&M-COMMERCE 3 269 3 TEXAS WOMAN’S 1 268 4 ANGELO STATE 263 5 CAMERON 176 6 TARLETON STATE 167 7 MIDWESTERN STATE 161 8 A&M-KINGSVILLE 144 9 EASTERN NEW MEXICO 80 10 WESTERN NEW MEXICO 79 11 UT PERMIAN BASIN 49 2017 LSC PRESEASON POLL FEBRUARY 7 PITCHER Brandy Marlett, ASU HITTER Mariah Jameyson, TAMUC FEBRUARY 14 PITCHER Katie Dean, TAMUC HITTER Allie Smith, WT FEBRUARY 21 PITCHER Kenedy Urbany, ASU HITTER Karina Rocha, ASU FEBRUARY 28 PITCHER Kilee Halbert, WT HITTER Ashley Hardin, WT MARCH 7 PITCHER Haley Freyman, TSU HITTER Nyka Wood, TSU MARCH 14 PITCHER Brandy Marlett, ASU HITTER Courtney Barnhill, ASU MARCH 21 PITCHER -- HITTER -- MARCH 28 PITCHER -- HITTER -- APRIL 4 PITCHER -- HITTER -- APRIL 11 PITCHER -- HITTER -- APRIL 18 PITCHER -- HITTER -- APRIL 25 PITCHER -- HITTER -- 2017 LSC PLAYERS OF THE WEEK LSC Win% Overall Win% Streak Home Away Neutral Angelo State 9-0 1.000 28-1 0.966 W24 15-0 10-1 3-0 Cameron 10-2 0.833 22-7 0.759 L1 7-1 7-3 8-3 West Texas A&M 7-2 0.778 22-4 0.846 W5 13-0 1-2 8-2 A&M-Commerce 5-4 0.556 17-8 0.680 W5 5-5 4-2 8-1 Texas Woman’s 6-5 0.545 16-10 0.615 W7 6-3 3-3 7-4 Tarleton State 6-6 0.500 19-12 0.613 W3 8-4 4-5 7-3 Eastern New Mexico 6-6 0.500 13-19 0.406 L5 3-9 7-2 3-8 Texas A&M-Kingsville 5-6 0.455 13-11 0.542 L4 5-4 5-5 3-2 Midwestern State 3-9 0.250 12-16 0.429 L3 9-5 2-6 1-5 UT Permian Basin 2-7 0.222 5-20 0.200 W1 1-2 3-10 1-8 Western New Mexico 0-12 0.000 0-26 0.000 L26 0-7 0-8 0-11 2017 LSC STANDINGS (MAR. 16) TEAM LEADERS BATTING AVERAGE 1. West Texas A&M .394 2. Angelo State .347 3. Tarleton State .323 4. Texas Woman’s .321 5. Cameron .299 SLUGGING PCT. 1. West Texas A&M .713 2. Angelo State .577 3. Cameron .505 4. Texas Woman’s .418 5. Eastern New Mexico .413 ON-BASE PCT. 1. West Texas A&M .488 2. Angelo State .456 3. Texas Woman’s .402 4. Tarleton State .397 5. Cameron .393 RUNS SCORED 1. West Texas A&M 231 2. Angelo State 226 3. Eastern New Mexico 168 4. Tarleton State 168 5. Cameron 159 HITS 1. Tarleton State 283 2. West Texas A&M 264 3. Angelo State 261 4. Eastern New Mexico 243 5. Texas Woman’s 219 RUNS BATTED IN 1. West Texas A&M 212 2. Angelo State 200 3. Eastern New Mexico 156 4. Tarleton State 141 5. Cameron 139 DOUBLES 1. West Texas A&M 62 2. Tarleton State 48 3. Angelo State 47 Eastern New Mexico 47 5. Cameron 47 TRIPLES 1. Cameron 12 2. West Texas A&M 7 Eastern New Mexico 7 4. Angelo State 6 A&M-Commerce 6 HOME RUNS 1. West Texas A&M 46 2. Angelo State 38 3. Cameron 26 4. Midwestern State 21 5. Eastern New Mexico 16 TOTAL BASES 1. West Texas A&M 478 2. Angelo State 434 3. Cameron 360 4. Eastern New Mexico 352 5. Tarleton State 351 EARNED RUN AVG 1. Angelo State 1.59 2. West Texas A&M 2.14 3. Tarleton State 2.42 4. Cameron 2.93 5. A&M-Commerce 2.96 STRIKEOUTS 1. Angelo State 202 2. Tarleton State 141 3. A&M-Kingsville 140 4. Texas Woman’s 117 5. Eastern New Mexico 113 FIELDING PCT. 1. Angelo State .971 2. A&M-Commerce .968 3. A&M-Kingsville .962 4. Cameron .959 5. Texas Woman’s .957 DOUBLE PLAYS 1. West Texas A&M 17 2. A&M-Commerce 16 3. Angelo State 10 4. 3 Teams 9 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS BATTING AVERAGE (MIN 50 AB) 1. Ibrahim, S. - WT .529 2. Nordie, N. - TWU .488 3. Barnhill, C. - ASU .476 4. Higgs, B. - TAMUC .451 5. Starkey, S. - WT .442 SLUGGING PCT. (MIN 50 AB) 1. Ibrahim, S. - WT .882 2. Barnhill, C. - ASU .866 3. Moore, K. - WT .866 4. Johnson, K. - ASU .800 5. Hardin, A. - WT .769 ON BASE PCT. (MIN 50 AB) 1. Ibrahim, S. - WT .638 2. Barnhill, C. - ASU .636 3. Nordie, N. - TWU .600 4. Higgs, B. - TAMUC .519 5. Wood, N. - TSU .513 RUNS SCORED 1. Hardin, A. - WT 35 2. Quintanar, M. - TSU 34 3. Coveney, K. - WT 33 4. McBroom, S. - WT 30 Ibrahim, S. - WT 30 HITS 1. Quintana, M. - TSU 44 2. Nordie, N. - TWU 41 Wood, N. - TSU 41 4. Barnhill, C. - ASU 39 5. Hardin, A. - WT 38 RUNS BATTED IN 1. Smith, A. - WT 40 2. Wood, N. - TWU 37 3. Barnhill, C. - ASU 30 4. Hardin, A. - WT 29 Burke, E. - ENMU 29 Jameyson, M. - TAMUC 29 DOUBLES 1. Wood, N. - TSU 13 2. Hardin, A. - WT 12 3. 4 Players 10 TRIPLES 1. Greenwell, M. - ASU 4 2. 4 Players 3 HOME RUNS 1. Moore, K. - WT 9 2. Burke, E. - ENMU 8 Barnhill, C. - ASU 8 4. McBroom, S. - WT 7 5. 5 Players 6 TOTAL BASES 1. Barnhill, C. - ASU 71 2. Hardin, A. - WT 70 3. Burke, E. - ENMU 68 4. Wood, N. - TSU 63 5. Ibrahim, S. - WT 60 Chandler, S. - ENMU 60 2017 LSC LEADERS (MAR. 16) 2017 WT SOFTBALL GAME NOTES “IT’S WHO WE ARE” | UBUNTU
  • 8. WWW.GOBUFFSGO.COM | @WTSOFTBALL | #BUFFNATION 2017 WT SOFTBALL GAME NOTES “IT’S WHO WE ARE” | UBUNTU Top-25 Attendance Marks - Single Game Opponent Date Att. Result 1. #9 St. Mary’s May 11, 2016 767 W, 8-0 (5) 2. Chadron State Feb. 13, 2015 733 W, 16-0 (5) Metro State Feb. 13, 2015 733 W, 2-0 4. #22 Angelo State Mar. 11, 2016 674 W, 9-1 (6) #22 Angelo State Mar. 11, 2016 674 W, 3-2 6. Texas Woman’s Apr. 30, 2016 651 W, 9-3 7. #9 St. Mary’s May 12, 2016 648 W, 3-1 8. Colorado Mesa Feb. 15, 2014 646 W, 8-0 (5) Fort Lewis Feb. 15, 2014 646 W, 12-2 (6) 10. Angelo State Apr. 29, 2016 632 W, 13-6 11. #7 Angelo State Apr. 25, 2014 625 W, 13-9 #7 Angelo State Apr. 25, 2014 625 W, 15-12 13. Washburn Feb. 10, 2017 602 W, 8-0 (5) 15. #14 St. Mary’s May 16, 2014 583 L, 3-4 15. Texas Woman’s Apr. 25, 2015 571 L, 10-13 Texas Woman’s Apr. 25, 2015 571 W, 9-5 17. Cameron May 2, 2014 561 W, 4-2 18. Metro State May 5, 2016 557 W, 14-5 (6) 19. Colorado Mines Feb. 13, 2015 552 W, 11-0 (5) Adams State Feb. 13, 2015 552 W, 17-4 (5) 21. St. Edward’s Mar. 3, 2013 548 W, 5-3 St. Edward’s Mar. 3, 2013 548 W, 14-9 23. Fort Hays State Feb. 11, 2017 543 W, 9-1 (5) 24. #12 St. Mary’s Feb. 13, 2016 530 W, 15-7 (6) 25. #20 Tarleton State Feb. 27, 2016 521 W, 20-2 (5) Yearly Attendance - NCAA Ranking Year Dates Total Rank Avg. Rank Record 2011 32 6,312 N/A 197 N/A 28-4 2012 30 5,297 N/A 177 N/A 23-7 2013 29 8,277 N/A 285 N/A 25-4 2014 36 12,262 1st 341 2nd 35-3 2015 37 14,245 1st 385 2nd 30-7 2016 37 17,406 1st 470 1st 35-2 Top 3-Game LSC Series Attendance (Average) Opponent Dates Avg. Att. 1. Texas Woman’s Feb. 24-25, 2017 409 2. Abilene Christian Apr. 5-6, 2013 345 3. Tarleton State Mar. 8-9, 2013 324 4. Cameron Apr. 19-20, 2013 312 5. Western New Mexico Mar. 10 & 12, 2017 298 #1 Angelo State Mar. 23-24, 2012 298 7. Texas A&M-Kingsville Apr. 22-23, 2013 293 8. #7 Angelo State Apr. 15-16, 2011 256 9. Texas Woman’s Apr. 20-21, 2012 218 10. Texas Woman’s Mar. 25-26, 2011 178 Top 4-Game LSC Series Attendance (Average) Opponent Dates Avg. Att. 1. #7 Angelo State Apr. 25-26, 2014 567 2. #22 Angelo State Mar. 11-12, 2016 543 3. #20 Tarleton State Feb. 26-27, 2016 512 4. Cameron Mar. 25-26, 2016 441 5. Eastern New Mexico Apr. 8-9, 2016 431 6. Texas Woman’s Apr. 25-26, 2015 418 7. Texas A&M-Commerce Mar. 20-21, 2015 400 8. Midwestern State Mar. 6-7, 2015 348 9. Texas A&M-Kingsville Apr. 3-4, 2015 278 10. Tarleton State Mar. 28-29, 2014 256 SCHAEFFER PARK “HOME OF LADY BUFF SOFTBALL” Attendance Marks Opening Day 552, Colo. Mines/Adams St. (Feb. 13, 2015) Total Attendance 68,819 Games Played 216 Average Attendance 319 300+ Attendance Games 117 400+ Attendance Games 68 500+ Attendance Games 38 600+ Attendance Games 13 700+ Attendance Games 3 Monday NONE Tuesday 281, UT-Permian Basin (Apr. 21, 2015) Wednesday 767, #9 St. Mary’s (May 11, 2016) Thursday 648, #9 St. Mary’s (May 12, 2016) Friday 733, Chadron State/Metro State (Feb. 13, 2015) Saturday 651, Texas Woman’s (Apr. 30, 2016) Sunday 548, St. Edward’s (Mar. 3, 2013) Lady Buff Yard/Schaeffer Park Firsts Opening Day February 18, 2011 Opponent Western New Mexico / Oklahoma Panhandle State Score WT, 7-1 / WT, 10-1 (5) First Pitch WTAMU President Dr. J. Patrck O’Brien National Anthem WTAMU Player Brooke Webster First Hit Kim LeComte (1st Inning, 1 Out Single) First Run Scored Christie Russell (4th Inning) First RBI Alyssa Lemos (3rd Inning, Popup) First Double Meghan Brownvs. OPSU (1st Inning) First Triple Kasey Henderson vs. OPSU (6th Inning) First Homerun Meghan Slattery vs. WNMU (5th Inning, Grand Slam) First Walk Alyssa Lemos vs. WNMU (1st Inning, Leadoff) First Stolen Base Kasey Henderson vs. OPSU (2nd Inning) First Grand Slam Meghan Slattery vs. WNMU (5th Inning) First Win Marci Womack vs. Western New Mexico First Complete Game Marci Womack vs. Western New Mexico First Save Shelbey Cockrell vs. #7 Angelo State (4/6/11) First Strikeout Marci Womack vs. WNMU (1st Inning, Looking)
  • 9. WWW.GOBUFFSGO.COM | @WTSOFTBALL | #BUFFNATION 2017 WT SOFTBALL GAME NOTES “IT’S WHO WE ARE” | UBUNTU Having been hired to re-start West Texas A&M softball following a 24-year absence, Kevin Blaskowski has wasted little time in building the Lady Buffs into a perennial national title contender. In 11 years at the helm, he has registered a 424-235 mark, re- corded six NCAA tournament berths and an overall record of 776-512 over 24 seasons. While at WT, Blaskowski has claimed four Lone Star Conference title, three LSC Tournament Title, three South Central Regional Championships, two South Central Super Regional Titles and made a pair of appearances in the NCAA Division II College World Series, claiming the 2014 NCAA Division II National Championship. 2016 was arguably one of the best seasons in Lone Star Conference history as the Lady Buffs finished the season ranked fifth in the final NFCA DII Top-25 Poll with an overall record of 59-5 while rolling thru the LSC with an incredible mark of 30-2 to claim their third straight conference title. The Lady Buffs started out the season on a roll as they went unbeaten in their first 30 contests to set a new LSC and South Central Region record for consecutive wins. WT claimed their third straight LSC Title with over two weeks left in the regular season followed by a run to the LSC Tournament Championship, WT then hosted the South Central Regionals as they came thru the loser’s bracket with a pair of Sunday wins over Colorado Mesa including a walkoff homerun in the finale. The Lady Buffs then hosted St. Mary’s in the Super Regionals and a Schaeffer Park record crowd sparked a sweep of the Rattlers as WT made their second trip to the DII College World Series. The Lady Buffs continued their dominance in 2015 as Blaskowski led the program to their second straight and third overall Lone Star Conference Championship as they finished the season 45-11 with a 22-6 mark in LSC play. WT made national news during the 2015 season, remaining the top team in the National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) Division II Top-25 Poll for a record 56-straight weeks (2/26/14 - 3/25/15). WT led the nation in four offensive statustical categories during the 2015 season while also hitting 102 homeruns to become the first team in Division II history to reach the century mark in back- to-back years after hitting 105 bombs in 2014. Senior outfielder Renee Erwin concluded her incredible collegiate career in style as the Anna, Texas native became the first player in history to be named a back-to-back winner of the Daktronics Ron Lenz National Player of the Year award. 2014 saw the Lady Buffs capture the program’s first ever NCAA Division II National Championship as WT topped perennial power Valdosta State in a Memorial Day thriller at the Moyers Sports Complex in Salem, Virginia. The Lady Buffs finished their dream season with an overall record of 60-7, becoming just the fourth team in NCAA history to win a title while also reaching the 60-win mark (Cal State Northridge-1985; Augustana-1991; North Dakota State-2000). Blaskowski and his staff were rewarded for their efforts on the diamond, being named the National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) Division II National Coaching Staff of the Year while Coach B also picked up Lone Star Confer- ence Coach of the Year accolades. Coach B reached another career milestone in 2013 as he claimed his 600th career victory against St. Edward’s in Austin, Texas on April 14th. The 2012 season saw the Lady Buffs make another appearance in the LSC Tournament before falling to rival Angelo State in the semifinal round, WT just missed out on the NCAA Postseason, finishing the season with an overall record of 35-18. Blaskowski reached a personal milestone on February 19, 2012 as he coached his 1,000th career game in a win over New Mexico Highlands in Canyon. The 2011 season saw the Lady Buffs make a historic run to their first ever South Central Regional Championship as they finished the season with an overall record of 50-18. WT claimed the program’s first ever Lone Star Conference Tournament Championship in 2011. Blaskowski also reached a personal milestone in 2011, claiming his 500th career victory on March 5 in a 15-2 win over Eastern New Mexico at Lady Buff Yard in Canyon, the win was also special for WT’s centerfield- er Kim LeComte who hit for the first cycle in program history. The Lady Buffs finished the 2010 season with a 45-18 overall record and advanced to the NCAA South Central Region Finals. Blaskowski was honored as the Lone Star Conference South Division Coach of the Year. Blaskowski was hired in Decem- ber of 2004 to bring back the softball program to WTAMU’s campus after a 24 year absence. Blaskowski came to WT from Lone Star Conference rival Eastern New Mexico University where he served as the head coach for one year. Prior to ENMU, Blaskow- ski coached at Southern Arkansas University for five years, where he started the SAU softball program and led them to the postseason in each of his five years. In 2003, SAU was the Co-Champion of the West Division in the Gulf South Confer- ence with a 31-19 overall record and a 19-4 conference mark. While at SAU, Blaskowski served as a member of the NCAA Division II South Region rating committee in addition to be- ing named Gulf South Conference Co-Coach of the Year in 2000. Blaskowski also has served as the head coach at Phillips University from 1996-1998. He started the program at Phillips which qualified for postseason play in each of its two seasons before the school closed in 1998. He was also the head coach at Washburn University in Topeka, Kan., and Kansas Wesley- an University, in Salina, Kan. Blaskowski received a Bachelor of Science in Education with a major in Physical Education from Valley City State University in North Dakota in 1986. He completed a Master of Science in Education with an emphasis in Health, Physical Education and Recreation at Emporia State University in Kansas in 1989. Blaskowski and his beautiful wife, April, are the parents of two daughters, Kaelyn Rose and Kelsey Rhea. KEVIN BLASKOWSKI Head Coach 25th Season / 12th Season at WT Valley City State ‘86 DECEMBER 2004 Hired to Bring Back Program After 24 Years 2010 SEASON 45-18 Overall Record LSC South Division Championship Lone Star Conference Tournament NCAA South Central Regional Tournament LSC South Division Coach of the Year 2011 SEASON 50-18 Overall Record LSC Tournament Champions NCAA South Central Region #2 Champions NCAA South Central Super-Regional 500th Career Win - March 5th 2012 SEASON 35-18 Overall Record 1,000th Career Game - February 19th Lone Star Conference Tournament 2013 SEASON 44-13 Overall Record #1 National Ranking - Hightest in WT History 600th Career Win - April 14th Lone Star Conference Tournament NCAA South Central Regional Tournament 2014 SEASON 60-7 Overall Record (LSC Record for Wins) LSC Champions, LSC Coach of the Year NCAA South Central Region #1 Champions NCAA South Central S. Region Champions NCAA Division II National Champions NFCA Division II National Coach of the Year 2015 SEASON 45-11 Overall Record 700th Career Win - March 31st Lone Star Conference Champions LSC Tournament Champions NCAA South Central Regional Tournament 2016 SEASON 59-5 Overall Record Best Start to a Season in School History Longest Win Streak in LSC History (30) LSC Champions, LSC Coach of the Year LSC Tournament Champions NCAA South Central Region #1 Champions NCAA South Central S. Region Champions 2017 SEASON 22-4 Overall Record At WTAMU (12th Season): 446-239 (.651) Overall (25th Season): 798-516 (.607) Blaskowski at WT...
  • 10. WWW.GOBUFFSGO.COM | @WTSOFTBALL | #BUFFNATION 2017 WT SOFTBALL GAME NOTES “IT’S WHO WE ARE” | UBUNTU ACTIVE DIVISION II ALL-TIME WINNINGEST COACHES (BY VICTORIES) *Entering the 2017 Season (Minimum five years as a head coach; includes spring varsity fast-pitch record at four-year colleges only) # Coach, Team Yrs. W L T Pct. 1. Gary Bryce, Wayne State 35 1,209 701 8 .632 2. Chris Bellotto, Florida Southern 32 1,182 475 1 .713 3. Lori Meyer, Minnesota State 32 1,093 642 3 .630 4. Vickee Kazee-Hollifield, Carson-Newman 31 1,091 389 1 .737 5. Les Stuedeman, Alabama-Huntsville 21 975 310 1 .759 6. Steve Warner, West Virginia Wesleyan 24 949 341 1 .735 7. Sheilah Gulas, Ashland 30 896 466 1 .658 8. Judy Lawes, Kutztown 29 895 499 2 .642 9. Rick Bertagnolli, California (Pa.) 25 891 267 0 .769 10. Donna Fields, St. Mary’s 19 830 324 0 .719 11. Ron Faubion, Southeastern Oklahoma State 20 812 345 0 .702 12. Kevin Blaskowski, West Texas A&M 24 776 497 0 .610 Alleen Hawkins, Erskine 32 777 738 14 .513 14. Michelle Frew, Rollins 20 742 301 1 .711 15. Shena Hollar, Lenoir-Rhyne 19 741 299 2 .712 16. Dean Johnson, Caldwell 22 716 325 3 .687 17. Jerry Snyder, South Carolina Aiken 29 712 662 3 .518 18. Jamie Apicella, LIU Post 18 710 280 2 .717 19. Alvy Early, Arkansas-Monticello 20 709 399 2 .640 20. Mike Davenport, North Georgia 16 708 200 0 .780 21. Claudia Stabile, Pace 35 671 694 4 .492 22. Travis Scott, Angelo State 16 667 252 3 .725 23. Patti Gerckens, UC San Diego 24 655 546 0 .545 24. Greg Jones, Winona State 16 650 236 4 .733 25. Paula U’Ren, St. Cloud State 19 615 425 1 .591 26. Marcella Vanlandingham, Ohio Dominican 21 606 517 1 .540 27. Nan Whitley, Catawba 27 596 602 3 .498 28. Rick Noren, Saint Martin’s 20 587 271 2 .684 29. Callen Perreira, Hawaii Hilo 20 576 345 3 .625 30. Genny Stidham, Texas Woman’s 19 571 354 4 .617 31. Leslie Kanter, Tampa 22 564 407 0 .581 32. Melissa Frost-Fisher, UIndy 15 548 243 1 .693 33. Jennifer Bagley Trotter, Missouri Western State 15 535 309 0 .634 34. Thomas Macera, Valdosta State 12 526 143 2 .785 35. Jim Maier, Cal State San Bernardino 15 520 320 2 .619 36. Kathyrn Stewart, Northern Kentucky 18 507 426 2 .543 37. Susan Anderson, Central Missouri 18 494 401 0 .552 38. Andrea Kenney, Cal State Monterey Bay 17 493 354 3 .582 39. Mellisa Brocato, Augusta 18 486 435 1 .528 40. Bob Brookens, Shippensburg 16 480 295 0 .619 41. Diane Lokey, West Chester 15 454 307 1 .596 42. Dan Gierlak, Edinboro 27 452 535 5 .458 43. Sue Kunkle, Southern Indiana 15 426 324 1 .568 44. Oscar Downs, Kentucky State 21 416 292 2 .587 45. Edith Gallagher, Mansfield 25 413 472 4 .467 46. Richie Bruister, Texas A&M-Commerce 12 412 240 0 .632 47. Will Atkinson, West Alabama 15 406 402 0 .502 48. Renee Hicks, Bellarmine 17 404 437 3 .480 49. Galen Struve, Rockhurst 20 389 499 0 .438 50. Jeff Nickerson, Tiffin 14 386 301 1 .562 DIVISION II ALL-TIME WINNINGEST COACHES (BY VICTORIES) *Entering the 2017 Season (Minimum 10 years as a head coach; includes spring varsity fast-pitch record at four-year colleges only) # Coach, Team Yrs. W L T Pct. 1. Jan Hutchinson (Bloomsburg 1978-2010) 33 1,215 288 2 .808 2. *Gary Bryce (Wayne State 1982-2016) 35 1,209 701 8 .632 3. *Chris Bellotto (Florida Southern 1985-2016) 32 1,182 475 1 .713 4. Frank Cheek (Humboldt State 1989-2013) 25 1,147 363 2 .759 5. ^Kathy Welter (Oklahoma Baptist 1980-82; Texas Tech 1983-85; CSU-Bakersfield 1986-2011) 32 1,129 573 7 .663 6. *Lori Meyer (Minnesota State 1985-2015) 32 1,093 642 3 .630 7. *Vickee Kazee-Hollifield (C.-Newman 1986-2016) 31 1,091 389 1 .737 8. George DiMatteo (Lewis 1984-2014) 31 1,032 539 6 .656 9. Sandy Jerstad (Augustana [SD] 1977-2003) 27 1,011 359 2 .738 10. Tami Cyr (Centenary [LA] 1987-91; West Florida 1992-2014) 26 1,003 504 1 .665 11. ^Scott Whitlock (Kennesaw St. 1991-2013) 23 996 300 0 .769 12. *$Sandy Montgomery (SIUE 1989-2016) 28 985 506 2 .660 13. *Les Stuedeman (Ala.-Huntsville 1996-2016) 21 975 310 1 .759 14. Judy Groff (American Int’l 1969-2011) 43 973 630 5 .607 15. *%Steve Warner (West Va. Wesleyan 1993-2016) 24 949 341 1 .735 16. *Sheilah Gulas (Allegheny 1987-90; Wittenberg 1991-96; Ashland 1997-2016) 30 896 466 1 .658 17. *Judy Lawes (Kutztown 1988-2016) 29 895 499 2 .642 18. *Rick Bertagnolli (USC Upstate1992-93; California [PA] 1994-2016) 25 891 267 0 .769 19. #Doug Woods (Grand Valley St. 1991-2014) 24 889 397 3 .691 20. *Donna Fields (St. Mary’s [TX] 1998-16) 19 830 324 0 .719 21. Doug Spears (Lander 1982-2005, 2012) 25 827 500 1 .623 22. Rhesa Sumrell (Mo. Western St. 1976-86; Missouri 1987; Central Mo. 1988-2006) 31 822 527 0 .609 23. *$Chris Hawkins (USC Upstate 1995-2016) 22 814 333 1 .709 24. *Ron Faubion (Southeastern Okla. 1997-2000; Mo. Southern St. 2001-02; Texas A&M-Kingsville 2003; Southeastern Okla. 2004-16) 20 812 345 0 .702 25. $Karen Linder (Ashland 1986-96; Kent State 1997-2015) 30 801 634 2 .558 26. Dianne Baker (SFA 1981-95; Texas Woman’s 1997-2005) 24 785 462 3 .629 27. Kathy DeYoung (UC Davis 1979-2004) 26 777 400 2 .660 28. *Kevin Blaskowski (Kan. Wesleyan 1992-94; Washburn 1995; Phillips [OK] 1997-98; Southern Ark. 1999-2003; Eastern N.M. 2004-05; West Tex. A&M 2006-16) 24 776 497 0 .610 29. *~Alleen Hawkins (Furman 1984-95; Georgia 1997-2000; Erskine 2001-16) 32 777 738 14 .513 30. David Hanna (Coker 1992-2014) 23 760 310 1 .710 31. *^Mary Yori (Omaha 1989-99; Colorado St. 2001-10; Neb. Wesleyan 2016) 22 755 419 3 .643 32. *Michelle Frew (Rollins 1996-98, 2000-16) 20 742 301 1 .711 33. *Shena Hollar (Newberry 1998-99; Lenoir-Rhyne 2000-16) 19 741 299 2 .712 34. Jan Schefkowitz (Chicago St. 1982-85; SUNY Cortland 1986-92; Stanislaus St. 1993-2015) 34 719 877 1 .451 35. *Dean Johnson (Caldwell 1995-2016) 22 716 325 3 .687 36. *Jerry Snyder (S.C. Aiken 1988-2016) 29 712 662 3 .518 37. *Jamie Apicella (LIU Post 1999-2016) 18 710 280 2 .717 38. *Alvy Early (Ark.-Monticello 1997-2016) 20 709 399 2 .640 39. *$Kathy Riley (Mount Olive 1994-97; Longwood 1998-2016) 23 705 419 1 .627 40. !Charlie Beach (Keene St. 1986-2014) 29 687 424 8 .618 41. +Jeanne Tostenson-Scarpello (Omaha 2000-16) 17 684 261 1 .724 42. *Claudia Stabile (Pace 1982-2016) 35 671 694 4 .492 43. *Travis Scott (Southeastern Okla. 2001-03; Angelo St. 2004-16) 16 667 252 3 .725 44. Teri Mariani (Portland St. 1977-2005) 29 663 581 0 .533 45. *Patti Gerckens (UC San Diego 1993-2016) 24 655 546 0 .545 46. Bill Haller (Minn. Duluth 1982-2005) 24 654 306 1 .681 47. *Greg Jones (Winona St. 2001-16) 16 650 236 4 .733 48. Pat Lipira (Mo. Southern St. 1982-2000) 19 633 275 0 .697 49. Howard Okita (Hawaii Loa 1988-92; Hawaii Pacific 1994-2008) 20 625 273 3 .695 50. *Paula U’Ren (St. Cloud St. 1998-2016) 19 615 425 1 .591 DIVISION II ACTIVE HEAD COACHES WITH 750+ WINS # Coach Schoool Years Entering ‘17 Current Wins 1. Gary Bryce Wayne State 36 1,209 1,224 2. Chris Bellotto Florida Southern 33 1,182 1,195 3. Lori Meyer Minnesota State 33 1,093 1,110 Vickee K.-Hollifield Carson-Newman 32 1,091 1,108 5. Les Stuedeman Alabama-Huntsville 22 975 992 6. Steve Warner West Virginia Wesleyan 25 949 961 7. Judy Lawes Kutztown 30 895 905 8. Sheilah Gulas Ashland 31 896 903 9. Rick Bertagnolli California (Pa.) 26 891 896 10. Donna Fields St. Mary’s 20 830 850 11. Ron Faubion S.E. Oklahoma State 21 812 823 12. Kevin Blaskowski West Texas A&M 25 776 798 13. Alleen Hawkins Erskine 33 777 783 14. Shena Hollar Lenoir-Rhyne 20 741 767 15. Michelle Frew Rollins 21 742 762 * Records Thru Games Played on March 14th
  • 11. WWW.GOBUFFSGO.COM | @WTSOFTBALL | #BUFFNATION Category Natl. Rank LSC Rank Value ValueNatl. Leader WT Softball in the Division II National Rankings (Mar. 16) 2017 WT SOFTBALL GAME NOTES “IT’S WHO WE ARE” | UBUNTU
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  • 13. WWW.GOBUFFSGO.COM | @WTSOFTBALL | #BUFFNATION #0 Shayne Starkey 5-6 | P/UT | L/L | SO Denton, Texas #1 Kilee Halbert 5-6 | P | R/R | JR Dalhart, Texas #2 Kourtney Coveney 5-7 | INF/P | R/R | SO Katy, Texas #3 Ashley Hardin 5-4 | OF | R/R | JR Flower Mound, Texas #4 Chelsea Skipper 5-9 | P/INF | R/R | SO Campbell, California #5 Brittany Cruz 5-3 | OF | R/R | SO New Braunfels, Texas #6 Shea Ibrahim 5-6 | INF | L/R | SR South Jordan, Utah #7 Kami Merrill 5-6 | P/OF | R/R | SR Calgary, Alberta #8 Shanna McBroom 5-6 | INF/C | R/R | FR Sachse, Texas #9 Sierra Gentry 5-7 | UTIL | R/R | FR Alamogordo, New Mexico #11 Alyx Cordell 5-3 | UTIL | R/R | FR Canyon, Texas #12 Maddie Green 5-10 | C | R/R | R-FR Corinth, Texas #13 Alexis Ranieri 5-9 | P | R/R | FR Tucson, Arizona #14 Kylee Moore 6-0 | INF | L/R | SO Van, Texas #15 Alexis Alfonso 5-9 | P | R/R | SR Tucson, Arizona #16 Hunter Ervin 5-9 | C | R/R | FR Weimar, Texas #18 Allie Smith 5-9 | INF | R/R | JR Flower Mound, Texas #20 Emilee Baker 5-3 | OF | R/R | SO Schertz, Texas #22 Briana Garza 5-6 | INF | R/R | SO San Antonio, Texas #25 Christina Lucero 5-9 | INF/P | R/R | FR Amarillo, Texas #26 Madi Meyers 5-5 | UTIL | L/R | FR Frisco, Texas #34 Victoria Quinn 5-9 | OF | L/L | FR Fort Worth, Texas
  • 14. WWW.GOBUFFSGO.COM | @WTSOFTBALL | #BUFFNATION Sophomore | Utility/Pitcher | 5-6 | L/L Denton, Texas (Guyer High School) SHAYNE STARKEY 0 2017 WT SOFTBALL GAME NOTES “IT’S WHO WE ARE” | UBUNTU Year Avg GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT 2017 .413 19-19 46 12 19 4 1 2 11 31 .674 5 0 10 0 .462 1 0 0-1 2016 .350 60-60 157 45 55 12 3 1 32 76 .484 32 3 26 0 .464 2 1 2-3 TOTAL .365 83-82 203 57 74 16 4 3 43 107 .527 37 3 36 0 .463 3 1 2-4 Year ERA W-L App GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR BF B/Avg 2017 2.88 4-1 10 7 2 1 1 34.0 44 19 14 6 10 8 0 2 156 .317 2016 7.65 0-0 1 1 0 0 0 3.2 7 4 4 0 2 2 0 1 19 .389 TOTAL 3.35 4-1 11 8 2 1 1 37.2 51 23 18 6 12 10 0 3 175 .325 Starkey’s Career Statistics 2017 SEASON HIGHS At Bats 4 (2x), last, vs. Academy of Art (2-18-17) Runs 2 Texas Woman’s (2-25-17) Hits 2 (5x) last, vs. #23 Dixie State (2-19-17) Doubles 1 (4x) last, at Tarleton State (3-4-17) Triples 1 Fort Hays State (2-11-17) Home Runs 1 (2x) last, Texas Woman’s (2-25-17) RBI 3 Chadron State (2-11-17) Walks 1 (5x) last, Western New Mexico (3-12-17) Stolen Bases - - CAREER HIGHS At Bats 5 at Texas Woman’s (4-23-16) Runs 3 (4x) last, Eastern New Mexico (4-8-16) Hits 3 (2x) last, Cameron (3-26-16) Doubles 1 (16x) last, at Tarleton State (3-4-17) Triples 1 (4x) last, Fort Hays State (2-11-17) Home Runs 1 (3x) last, Texas Woman’s (2-25-17) RBI 4 #20 Tarleton State (2-27-16) Walks 3 at Midwestern State (3-5-16) Stolen Bases 2 #20 Tarleton State (2-26-16) 2017 SEASON HIGHS Innings Pitched 5.0 (3x) last, at Tarleton State (3-5-17) Strikeouts 3 (2x), last, vs. #23 Dixie State (2-19-17) Walks 2 vs. #23 Dixie State (2-19-17) Hits Allowed 8 vs. University of Mary (2-17-17) Runs Allowed 4 (3x) last, at Tarleton State (3-5-17) Earned Runs 34 at Tarleton State (3-5-17) CAREER HIGHS Innings Pitched 5.0 (2x) last, Fort Hays State (2-11-17) Strikeouts 3 (2x), last, vs. #23 Dixie State (2-19-17) Walks 2 vs. #23 Dixie State (2-19-17) Hits Allowed 8 vs. University of Mary (2-17-17) Runs Allowed 4 (4x) last, at Tarleton State (3-5-17) Earned Runs 4 (2x) last, at Tarleton State (3-5-17) 2016 (Freshman): Starkey registered a great true freshman campaign for the Lady Buffs in 2016 as the Denton native hit .350 with 12 doubles, three triples and a homerun to drive in 32 RBI for a slugging percentage of .484 while tallying 32 walks for an on-base clip of .464 in her 60 games started between left field and first base. She was a force in the field for the Lady Buffs as she regis- tered a team leading 400 putouts with 17 assists and eight errors for a fielding percentage of .981. The Guyer High School product was named the Louisville Slugger/NFCA Division II National Offensive Player of the Week on March 2 as she hit .667 with three doubles and a triple to drive in six RBI to go along with five walks and no strikeouts for a slugging percentage of 1.222 and an on-base clip of .786 as the then top ranked Lady Buffs swept then #20 Tarleton State, scoring seven runs in her nine at-bats of the weekend with six hits for 11 total bases. For her efforts on the field, Starkey was named to the All-Lone Star Conference Third Team. At Guyer High School: Starkey joined the Lady Buffs following a standout prep career at Denton Guyer High School (Texas) where she played first base and pitched for the Wildcats under the guidance of head coach Keith Medford and along with WT teammate Mad- die Green. Starkey led Guyer deep into the Texas 6A State Playoffs as a senior and was named the District 5-4A Utility Player of the Year as a junior. She was a four-time All-District performer while picking up District 5-4A Offensive Player of the Year acclaim as a sophomore. Starkey also excelled in the classroom, being named a four-time 1st Team Academic All-District selection for her efforts in the classroom. Starkey played her first prep season at Justin Northwest HS (Texas) before finishing her final three seasons at Denton Guyer HS (Texas)
  • 15. WWW.GOBUFFSGO.COM | @WTSOFTBALL | #BUFFNATION Year ERA W-L App GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR BF B/Avg 2017 1.51 11-2 14 13 10 3 0 69.2 71 24 15 16 59 1 1 0 312 .260 2016 2.11 27-4 37 35 19 5 1 192.2 181 82 58 59 145 23 2 8 746 .243 2015 3.12 8-0 20 7 2 0 2 58.1 58 40 26 26 43 4 1 8 277 .244 TOTAL 2.16 46-6 71 55 31 8 3 320.2 310 146 99 101 247 28 4 16 1437 .247 Junior | Pitcher | 5-6 | R/R Dalhart, Texas (Dalhart High School) KILEE HALBERT 1 Halbert’s Career Statistics 2017 WT SOFTBALL GAME NOTES “IT’S WHO WE ARE” | UBUNTU 2017 SEASON HIGHS Innings Pitched 7.0 (4x) last, vs. Academy of Art (2-18-17) Strikeouts 9 vs. University of Mary (2-17-17) Walks 3 vs. #23 Dixie State (2-19-17) Hits Allowed 11 vs. Cal Baptist (2-3-17) Runs Allowed 7 at Tarleton State (3-4-17) Earned Runs 4 vs. Academy of Art (2-18-17) CAREER HIGHS Innings Pitched 8.0 at Texas Woman’s (4-22-16) Strikeouts 10 #22 Angelo State (3-12-16) Walks 4 (3x) last, vs. Grand Valley State (5-17-16) Hits Allowed 11 vs. Cal Baptist (2-3-17) Runs Allowed 7 (3x) last, at Tarleton State (3-4-17) Earned Runs 7 Texas Woman’s (4-26-15) 2017 (Junior): Lone Star Conference Preseson Pitcher of the Year Schutt Sports/NFCA Division II National Player of the Year Top-25 Watchlist 2016 (Sophomore): Halbert registered one of the best statistical seasons in the circle in program history as a sophomore in 2016 as she went 27-4 with a 2.11 ERA as she registered 37 appearances with 35 starts while tossing 19 complete games with five shutouts and a save. The Dalhart native tossed 192.2 innings as she allowed 82 runs (58 earned) on 181 hits with 145 strikeouts while allowing an opponent batting average of .243. The talented right hander tossed a gem against rival Angelo State on March 11th as she allowed just one run on four hits with 10 strikeouts in a 2-1 win, she tossed three one-hitters on the season including a 8-0 shutout run-rule win over then #9 St. Mary’s to open up the 2016 NCAA DII South Central Super Regionals to propel the Lady Buffs to their second College World Series in the last three seasons. She was named the D2CCA South Central Region Pitcher of the Year while earning NFCA 1st Team All-Region accolades, she was also named the Lone Star Conference Pitcher of the Year and an All-American by the NFCA (3rd Team) and the D2CCA (Honorable Mention). Halbert also excelled in the classroom, being named to the CoSIDA Academic All-District Team while becoming the first Lady Buff to ever claim the LSC Academic Player of the Year award. 2015 (Freshman): Halbert made an immediate impact on the Lady Buffs as a true freshman in 2015 as the Dalhart native became one of the top pitchers in the Lone Star Conference. The talented right hander registered a perfect 8-0 record with a 3.12 ERA as she saw time in 20 contests with seven starts in 2015, Halbert tossed a pair of complete games while registering two saves in her 58.1 innings of work. The freshman allowed a team-low 58 hits on the season while striking out 43 batters and allowing an opponent hitting percentage of just .244. Halbert’s biggest win came on May 9th as she allowed three runs on three hits with five strikeouts in a win over rival Angelo State to eliminate the Belles from the NCAA Postseason during the South Central Regional Tournament in Canyon. At Dalhart/Yukon High School: After winning a 5A Oklahoma State Championship at Yukon High School (Oklahoma) as a freshman, Halbert moved to Dalhart High School (Texas) for the remainder of her high school career. During her prep career, she was one of the most dominant high school pitchers in Texas, registering 494 strikeouts in 230.1 innings pitched for the Golden Wolves under head coach Ryan Jackson. She posted a 0.24 ERA as she has allowed her opponents a .207 batting average, for her efforts on the diamond she was named all-District and the District MVP each year.
  • 16. WWW.GOBUFFSGO.COM | @WTSOFTBALL | #BUFFNATION Sophomore | Infielder/Utility | 5-7 | R/R Katy, Texas (Katy High School) KOURTNEY COVENEY 2 2017 WT SOFTBALL GAME NOTES “IT’S WHO WE ARE” | UBUNTU Year Avg GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT 2017 .357 26-26 70 31 25 5 0 3 15 39 .557 22 0 9 0 .505 1 3 3-4 2016 .368 58-55 152 36 56 14 2 6 40 92 .605 23 9 23 1 .473 2 0 1-1 TOTAL .365 84-81 222 67 81 19 2 9 55 131 .590 45 9 32 1 .484 3 3 4-5 2017 SEASON HIGHS At Bats 4 (4x) last, at Tarleton State (3-4-17) Runs 3 (2x) last, vs. University of Mary (2-17-17) Hits 3 vs. New Mexico Highlands (2-4-17) Doubles 1 (5x) last, Western New Mexico (3-10-17) Triples - - Home Runs 1 (3x) last, Western New Mexico (3-12-17) RBI 4 Western New Mexico (3-12-17) Walks 2 (5x) last, at Tarleton State (3-5-17) Stolen Bases 1 (3x) last, Fort Hays State (2-11-17) Coveney’s Career Statistics CAREER HIGHS At Bats 4 (14x) last, at Tarleton State (3-4-17) Runs 3 (4x) last, vs. University of Mary (2-17-17) Hits 4 Fort Lewis (2-12-16) Doubles 1 (19x) last, Western New Mexico (3-10-17) Triples 1 (2x) last, Eastern New Mexico (4-9-16) Home Runs 1 (9x) last, Western New Mexico (3-12-17) RBI 5 Newman (2-21-16) Walks 2 (6x) last, at Tarleton State (3-5-17) Stolen Bases 1 (3x) last, Fort Hays State (2-11-17) 2016 (Freshman): Coveney had a breakout true freshman campaign for the Lady Buffs in 2016 as the Houston product hit .368 with 14 dou- bles, two triples and six homeruns to drive in 40 RBI for a slugging percentage of .605 while registering 23 walks for an on- base clip of .473. She saw time in 58 games with 55 starts between left field and second base as she tallied 65 putouts and 51 assists with 11 errors for a fielding percentage of .913. The Katy graduate had a career day on February 21 as she went 2-for-3 at the plate with a double and a triple to drive in a career high five RBI and score a pair of runs in a 18-2 win over Newman. She was named to the All-Lone Star Conference Third Team for her efforts on the diamond. At Katy High School: Coveney came to Canyon following an impressive prep career at Katy High School (Texas) where she led the Tigers to the 2015 Texas Class 6A State Championship as a senior, pitching and playing in the infield for head coach Kalum Haack and former Lady Buff standout Meghan Brown. Coveney was named the Texas Sports Writer’s Association (TWSA) Class 6A Player of the Year for the Tigers as they finished the season with an overall record of 36-6, she was named the District 19-6A Most Valuable Player while picking up the Houston Chronicle Hitter of the Year award.
  • 17. WWW.GOBUFFSGO.COM | @WTSOFTBALL | #BUFFNATION 2017 WT SOFTBALL GAME NOTES “IT’S WHO WE ARE” | UBUNTU Year Avg GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT 2017 .410 26-26 83 33 34 11 1 6 29 65 .783 12 1 4 1 .485 1 0 1-1 2016 .392 64-64 199 59 78 16 1 23 82 165 .829 34 0 26 1 .471 5 0 8-9 2015 .353 54-53 156 38 55 12 4 19 66 132 .846 17 1 32 1 .417 1 0 4-4 TOTAL .381 144-143 438 130 167 39 6 48 177 362 .826 63 2 62 3 .455 7 0 13-14 2017 SEASON HIGHS At Bats 5 vs. University of Mary (2-17-17) Runs 4 Texas Woman’s (2-25-17) Hits 3 (2x) last, Texas Woman’s (2-25-17) Doubles 2 (2x) last, Texas Woman’s (2-25-17) Triples 1 Chadron State (2-11-17) Home Runs 2 Texas Woman’s (2-25-17) RBI 6 Texas Woman’s (2-25-17) Walks 2 Missouri Southern (2-11-17) Stolen Bases 1 Fort Hays State (2-11-17) Junior | Outfielder | 5-4 | R/R Flower Mound, Texas (Marcus High School) ASHLEY HARDIN 3 Hardin’s Career Statistics CAREER HIGHS At Bats 5 (3x) last, vs. University of Mary (2-17-17) Runs 4 Texas Woman’s (2-25-17) Hits 3 (12x) last, Texas Woman’s (2-25-17) Doubles 2 (5x) last, Texas Woman’s (2-25-17) Triples 1 (5x) last, Chadron State (2-11-17) Home Runs 2 (8x) last, Texas Woman’s (2-25-17) RBI 6 Texas Woman’s (2-25-17) Walks 3 at Texas Woman’s (4-22-16) Stolen Bases 2 Lubbock Christian (3-31-15) 2017 (Junior): Lone Star Conference Preseson Player of the Year 2016 (Sophomore): Hardin registered one of the best statistical seasons in program history in 2016 as the Flower Mound product hit .392 with 16 doubles, one triple and 23 homeruns to drive in an incredible 82 RBI for a slugging clip of .829 while walking 34 times for an on-base percentage of .471. She was a force in center for the Lady Buffs on their way to their third straight LSC Title as the sophomore tallied 65 putouts with 10 outfield assists with just three errors for a fielding clip of .962. Hardin became one of the most feared hitters in Division II as she registered an LSC leading 23 homeruns on the season including nine in an eight game stretch in the heart of the NCAA Postseason as the Lady Buffs claimed their second Regional Title. Hardin registered one of the biggest swings in program history on May 7th as she launched a walkoff two-run bomb off of the Schaeffer Park scoreboard in the seventh inning for a thrilling 4-3 win over Colorado Mesa in the finale of the DII South Central I Regionals. She finished second nationally in homeruns (23), second in RBI (82), fifth in RBI per game (1.28), ninth in homeruns per game (0.36) and 13th in slugging percentage (.829). She was named a member of the All-LSC 1st Team while picking up All-Region recognition by the D2CCA (1st Team) and the NFCA (2nd Team), she was named a 1st Team All-American by the D2CCA for her efforts on the diamond. 2015 (Freshman): Hardin became one of the most feared hitters in all of Division II softball as a true-freshman in 2015 for the Lady Buffs, hitting .353 on the season with 12 doubles, four triples and 19 homeruns to drive in 66 RBi for a slugging percentage of .846. She was a staple in the WT outfield in 2015, seeing time in 54 games with 53 starts including multiple starts in centerfield throughout the heart of the season following an injury, she tallied a .957 fielding clip with 42 putouts and three assists to go along with just two errors while being a force on the basepaths with four stolen bases. Hardin came thru at the plate when it mattered the most as the freshman hit 12 homeruns in the final 18 games of the season for the Lady Buffs including five bombs during a four-game series at Eastern New Mexico when she drove in 14 RBI. For her efforts on the diamond, Hardin was named a 2nd Team Daktronics All-South Central Region selection while picking up 2nd Team All-LSC recognition. At Flower Mound Marcus High School: Hardin joined the Lady Buffs following a standout prep career at Marcus High School (Texas) where she helped the Ma- rauders to a 32-9 overall record in 2013. Hardin hit .301 during her junior season with six doubles, one triple and 12 homeruns to drive in 35 RBI while registering a slugging percentage of .659 to pick up 1stTeam All-District 5-5A while being named the district’s Offensive Player of the Year. As a senior, Hardin was a 2nd Team District 5-5A selection as well as being named to the Dallas Morning News SportsDay Honorable Mention team.
  • 18. WWW.GOBUFFSGO.COM | @WTSOFTBALL | #BUFFNATION Sophomore | Pitcher/Infielder | 5-9 | R/R Campbell, California (Campbell High School) CHELSEA SKIPPER 4 2017 WT SOFTBALL GAME NOTES “IT’S WHO WE ARE” | UBUNTU Year Avg GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT 2017 .500 8-0 4 1 2 1 0 1 2 6 1.500 1 0 1 0 .600 0 0 0-0 2016 .286 10-1 7 6 2 0 0 0 0 2 .286 2 0 2 0 .444 0 0 0-0 TOTAL .364 28-7 11 7 4 1 0 1 2 8 .727 3 0 3 0 .500 0 0 0-0 Year ERA W-L App GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR BF B/Avg 2017 10.50 0-1 2 0 0 0 0 0.2 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 7 .400 2016 2.78 5-1 8 6 2 2 0 27.2 25 11 11 9 15 2 1 2 102 .245 TOTAL 2.97 5-2 10 6 2 2 0 28.1 27 12 12 10 15 2 1 2 125 .252 Skipper’s Career Statistics 2017 SEASON HIGHS At Bats 1 (4x) last, Western New Mexico (3-12-17) Runs 1 Western New Mexico (3-12-17) Hits 1 (2x) last, Western New Mexico (3-12-17) Doubles 1 Chadron State (2-11-17) Triples - - Home Runs 1 Western New Mexico (3-12-17) RBI 2 Western New Mexico (3-12-17) Walks 1 Western New Mexico (3-10-17) Stolen Bases - - CAREER HIGHS At Bats 2 Fort Lewis (2-12-16) Runs 2 Fort Lewis (2-12-16) Hits 1 (4x) last, Western New Mexico (3-12-17) Doubles 1 Chadron State (2-11-17) Triples - - Home Runs 1 Western New Mexico (3-12-17) RBI 2 Western New Mexico (3-12-17) Walks 1 (3x) last, Western New Mexico (3-10-17) Stolen Bases - - 2017 SEASON HIGHS Innings Pitched 0.1 (2x) last, vs. #23 Dixie State (2-18-17) Strikeouts - - Walks 1 vs. #23 Dixie State (2-18-17) Hits Allowed 2 Missouri Southern (2-11-17) Runs Allowed 1 vs. #23 Dixie State (2-18-17) Earned Runs 1 vs. #23 Dixie State (2-18-17) CAREER HIGHS Innings Pitched 5.2 #20 Tarleton State (2-26-16) Strikeouts 7 Lincoln (2-19-16) Walks 2 (3x) last, Cameron (3-26-16) Hits Allowed 5 at Midwestern State (3-4-16) Runs Allowed 6 Cameron (3-26-16) Earned Runs 6 Cameron (3-26-16) 2016 (Freshman): Skipper had a strong true freshman campaign for the Lady Buffs in 2016, seeing time in 10 contests with one start in the field to go along with eight appearances and six starts in the circle for WT. Offensively she hit .286 with a pair of hits in her seven at-bats while scoring six runs, she walked twice for an on-base percentage of .444 while tallying seven putouts and eight as- sists in the field for a perfect fielding clip. In the circle, the right hander went 5-1 with a 2.78 ERA with eight appearances and six starts including two complete games and a pair of shutouts in her 27.2 innings of work. Skipper registered her first career win on February 19th in a 14-0 decision over Lincoln as she tossed a complete game, three-hit shutout against the Blue Tigers followed up by another shutout against Newman later in the weekend to claim LSC Pitcher of the Week honors. Skipper also excelled in the classroom for the Lady Buffs, being named a member of the Lone Star Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll for the fall semester. At Westmont High School: Skipper came to Canyon following a great prep career at Westmont High School (California) where she pitched and played first base for the Warriors under the guidance of head coach Bryce Hadley. While at WHS, Skipper led the Warriors to a 17-12 overall record as a senior as she was named the Team’s MVP while also picking up 1st Team All-League recognition. She also lettered in soccer for the Warriors, picking up 1st Team All-League accolades while excelling in the classroom at WHS
  • 19. WWW.GOBUFFSGO.COM | @WTSOFTBALL | #BUFFNATION 2017 WT SOFTBALL GAME NOTES “IT’S WHO WE ARE” | UBUNTU Year Avg GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT 2017 .311 26-26 61 16 19 4 2 5 19 42 .689 16 1 9 0 .462 0 0 1-1 2016 .333 64-64 180 49 60 14 4 15 67 127 .706 18 1 38 3 .385 6 1 2-2 TOTAL .328 90-90 241 65 79 18 6 20 86 169 .701 34 2 47 3 .406 6 1 3-3 Sophomore | Outfielder | 5-3 | R/R New Braunfels, Texas (New Braunfels High School) BRITTANY CRUZ 5 Cruz’s Career Statistics 2017 SEASON HIGHS At Bats 4 vs. New Mexico Highlands (2-4-17) Runs 3 Texas Woman’s (2-24-17) Hits 2 (4x) last, at Tarleton State (3-4-17) Doubles 1 (3x) last, at Tarleton State (3-4-17) Triples 1 (2x) last, Western New Mexico (3-10-17) Home Runs 1 (5x) last, Western New Mexico (3-12-17) RBI 4 Texas Woman’s (2-24-17) Walks 2 (2x) last, Texas Woman’s (2-24-17) Stolen Bases 1 Fort Hays State (2-11-17) CAREER HIGHS At Bats 5 at Texas Woman’s (4-23-16) Runs 3 (3x) last, Texas Woman’s (2-24-17) Hits 3 (4x) last, at Texas Woman’s (4-23-16) Doubles 2 (2x) last, at Texas A&M-Kingsville (4-2-16) Triples 1 (6x) last, Western New Mexico (3-10-17) Home Runs 2 #20 Tarleton State (2-27-16) RBI 6 #20 Tarleton State (2-27-16) Walks 2 (2x) last, Texas Woman’s (2-24-17) Stolen Bases 1 (3x) last, vs. Fort Hays State (2-11-17) 2016 (Freshman): Cruz registered one of the best true freshman seasons in Lady Buff history in 2016 as the New Braunfels native hit .333 with 14 doubles, four triples and 15 homeruns to drive in 67 RBI and tally 127 total bases for a slugging percentage of .706 while walking 18 times and stealing a pair of bases for an on-base percentage of .385. In the outfield, the talented freshman registered 59 putouts with 10 outfield assists and just seven errors for a fielding clip of .908. Cruz proved herself as a big-game player on February 27th as she went 3-for-4 at the plate against then #10 Tarleton State to drive in six RBI with a pair of homeruns as she picked up LSC Hitter of the Week honors for her performance. She was named the Lone Star Conference Freshman of the Year and a member of the All-LSC 2nd Team while picking up 1st Team D2CCA All-South Central Region accolades while becoming just the second freshman in program history to be named an All-American (D2CCA 3rd Team). At New Braunfels High School: Cruz joined the Lady Buffs following a standout prep career at New Braunfels High School (Texas) where she played short- stop and the outfield for the Unicorns under head coach Andrew Schmid. She was a four-time All-District performer for the Unicorns while also being named the District Newcomer of the Year in 2012. During her career in the Hill Country, Cruz was selected to the Comal and South Texas High Scholl All-Star Game.
  • 20. WWW.GOBUFFSGO.COM | @WTSOFTBALL | #BUFFNATION Senior | Infielder | 5-6 | L/R South Jordan, Utah (College of Southern Idaho) SHEA IBRAHIM 6 Year Avg GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT 2017 .524 26-26 63 28 33 9 1 4 26 56 .889 21 1 7 0 .632 2 1 3-3 2016 .330 63-63 188 57 62 15 0 13 59 116 .617 28 8 43 0 .428 5 2 0-0 TOTAL .378 89-89 251 85 95 24 1 17 85 172 .685 49 9 50 0 .484 7 3 3-3 Ibrahim’s Career Statistics 2017 WT SOFTBALL GAME NOTES “IT’S WHO WE ARE” | UBUNTU 2017 SEASON HIGHS At Bats 4 (3x) last, at Tarleton State (3-5-17) Runs 3 Western New Mexico (3-12-17) Hits 3 (4x) last, at Tarleton State (3-4-17) Doubles 2 Texas Woman’s (2-24-17) Triples 1 Fort Lewis (2-10-17) Home Runs 1 (4x) last, Western New Mexico (3-12-17) RBI 4 Fort Lewis (2-10-17) Walks 3 Western New Mexico (3-12-17) Stolen Bases 1 (3x) last, Western New Mexico (3-12-17) CAREER HIGHS At Bats 5 (3x) last, Angelo State (4-29-16) Runs 3 (3x) last, Western New Mexico (3-12-17) Hits 3 (6x) last, at Tarleton State (3-4-17) Doubles 2 Texas Woman’s (2-24-17) Triples 1 (2x) last, Fort Lewis (2-10-17) Home Runs 2 (2x) last, Texas Woman’s (4-30-16) RBI 5 (2x) last, Texas Woman’s (4-30-16) Walks 3 Western New Mexico (3-12-17) Stolen Bases 1 (3x) last, Western New Mexico (3-12-17) 2016 (Junior): Ibrahim made an immediate impact on the Lady Buffs during her junior campaign in 2016 as the College of Southern Idaho transfer hit .330 with 15 doubles and 13 homeruns to drive in 59 RBI with 116 total bases for a slugging percentage of .617 to go along with 28 walks for an on-base percentage of .428. The South Jordan native started 63 games at the hot corner for the Lady Buffs, registering 49 putouts with 105 assists and just nine errors for a fielding percentage of .945. She registered four games with atleast four runs driven in including five RBI against Lincoln (Feb.. 19) and Texas Woman’s (Apr. 30) as she hit a pair of homeruns in both of those wins. Ibrahim was named the Lone Star Conference Newcomer of the Year while being named to the All-LSC 2nd Team, she was a member of the LSC All-Tournament Team while also excelling in the classroom as a member of the LSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll. At College of Southern Idaho: Ibrahim came to Canyon in the fall of 2015 following a standout two-year career at the College of Southern Idaho (Idaho) where she played shortstop for the Golden Eagles under head coach Nick Baumert. The South Jordan Utah native finished second in the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) with 25 home runs as a sophomore in 2015 while finishing ninth in RBI (80) and total bases (158) and sixth in walks (40). Ibrahim posted a .376 batting average, a .687 slugging percent- age and a .489 on-base percentage while collecting 68 hits and 12 doubles in 2015. As a freshman at CSI, she posted a .379 batting average with 11 homeruns, 15 doubles and 62 RBI. Ibrahim was named a 2nd Team National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) All-American for her efforts on the diamond in 2015. Ibrahim ranks second all-time in College of Southern Idaho history in home runs (36) and third in RBI (142), she was a first team All-Region selection as a sophomore and a 2nd Team selection as a freshman. She helped lead the Golden Eagles to a 43-18 record and the Region 18 Finals in 2015 and a 46-17 mark and the NJCAA National Tournament in 2014. At Bingham High School: Ibrahim led Bingham High School (Utah) to a State Championship as a freshman, fourth place finish in 2011, third place in 2012 and a runner-up finish in 2013 as she played shortstop and third base for the Miners under the guidance of head coach Mikki Jackson. She was a 1st Team All-State selection in 2013 while picking up 2nd Team All-State accolades in 2011 and 2012.