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2012 LOUISIANA SOFTBALL
2012
Louisiana Softball
History & Records
Book
2011 Ragin’ Cajuns Softball
The 2012 Louisiana’s Ragin’ Cajuns Softball History and Record book is a compelation of information gathered from archived data in the UL Sports Information
office. If you have any questions or corrections, please contact Softball SID Cory
Weigel at (337) 482-6329 or at [email protected]
2011 Year in Review
Story Lines - Batting Leaders
Notes - Pitching/Fielding Leaders
Results - Trends
Overall Statistics
Sun Belt Statistics
NCAA Baton Rouge Regional
NCAA Los Angeles Super Regional
Sun Belt Review
History and Records
1-8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9-33
Brooke Mithcell
9
Postseason History
10-11
Cajuns in the World Series
12-13
Sun Belt Tournament History
14
Final Top 25 Poll History
15
All-Americans16-17
All-Time Honors and Awards
18
Sun Belt Honors
19
Individual Records Summary
20-21
Individual Season Records
22
Individual Career Records
23
Year-by-Year Statistics - Team Records
24
All-Time No-Hitters
25
A Prolific Pair
26
All-Time Roster
27
Series History
28-29
Year-by-Year Results
30-32
2011 Schedule
2
33
Thank you for your interest in Ragin’ Cajuns Softball. The
2012 History and Records Book features most of the information you will need to cover the Cajuns this season. You
may also find the Ragin’ Cajuns Softball Team Guide (right)
helpful. It contains media information and guidelines, 2012
roster, current player profiles and current coach profiles. The
team guide can be found online at
www.RaginCajuns.com on the softball page.
WE ARE LOUISIANA
We are the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. Please refer to us as
Louisiana, Louisiana’s Ragin’ Cajuns, the University of Louisiana at
Lafayette, Ragin’ Cajuns or simply, Cajuns. Please Do Not Refer to
Us As LAFAYETTE, as Lafayette College is located in Easton, Pa.,
and is an entirely separate institution.
Ragin’ Cajuns Softball
Quick Facts
General Information
Location
Lafayette, La.
Enrollment
16,885 (Fall 2011)
Founded
1898 (as Southwestern Louisiana Industiral Institute)
President
Dr. E. Joseph Savoie
Faculty Athletic Representative
Anita Hazelwood
Conference
Sun Belt
First Year of Sun Belt Competition
2000
Nickname
Ragin’ Cajuns or Cajuns
Colors
Vermilion (PMS 193) and White
University Web Site
www.louisiana.edu
Athletics Web Site
www.RaginCajuns.com
Athletics Administration
Director of Athletics
Associate AD/SWA
Associate AD/Director of Athletic Training
Assistant AD/Compliance
Assistant AD/Internal Affairs
Home Field
Stadium (capacity)
Scott Farmer
Sherry LeBas
Travis Soileau
Jessica Clarke
John Dugas
Alfred and Helen Lamson
Ragin’ Cajuns Softball Park (2,790)
LF-200, CF-220, RF-200
1985
2011
Entering 28th
Feb. 26, 1985
630-103 (.859)
Dimensions
Year Opened
Renovated
Seasons Played
First Game
All-Time Home Record
Louisiana Softball History
First Season
1981
All-Time Division I Record
1,306-390 (.770)
Women’s College World Series Appearances
5
(1993, 1995, 1996, 2003, 2008)
NCAA Super Regional Appearances
2
(2008, 2010)
NCAA Regional Appearances
21
(1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995 ,1996, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2001,
2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 , 2010, 2011)
Regular Season Sun Belt Championships
10
(2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011)
Sun Belt Tournament Championships
11
(2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011)
Conference Affiliations
Independent (1981-82)
Southland (1983-87)
Independent (1988-99)
Sun Belt (2000-present)
Louisiana Softball Staff
Co-Head Coach
School Record
Career Record
Co-Head Coach
School Record
Career Record
Assistant Coach
Administrative Assistant
Athletic Trainer
Stefni Lotief (Louisiana, 1990)
548-139 (11th season)
Same
Michael Lotief (Louisiana, 1985)
447-116 (10th season)
Same
Joy Webre-LeBlanc (3rd Season)
Debbie Guilbeau
Matt Piechoski
2012 Louisiana’s Ragin’ Cajuns
Letterwinners Returning/Lost
16/4
Position Players Returning/Lost
13/3
Pitchers Returning/Lost
4/1
Position Starters Returning/Lost
8/1
Pitching Starters Returning/Lost
3/0
Newcomers11
2011 Recap
Overall Record
Home Record
Road Record
Neutral Site Record
SBC Record (Finish)
SBC Tournament Record (Finish)
NCAA Austin Regional (Finish)
Final Rankings (NFCA/USA Softball)
UL Athletic Media Relations
Sports Information Director
Assistant SID
Softball Contact
Office
Fax
Cell
E-mail
Mailing Address
51-11 (.823)
30-1 (.968)
10-4 (.714)
11-6 (.647)
19-5 (1st)
4-0 (Champions)
2-2 (2nd)
25/24
Brian Mccann
Matt Hebert
Cory Weigel
(337) 482-6329
(337) 482-6529
(317) 264-5185
[email protected]
UL Athletics Media Relations
Cox Communications Athletic Center
201 Reinhardt Drive
Lafayette, LA 70506
2011 Ragin’ Cajuns Softball
Ragin’ Cajuns Batting Leaders
BATTING AVERAGE
Christi Orgeron
Nerissa Myers
Gabriele Bridges
Natalie Fernandez
Katie Smith
.414
.372
.369
.365
.352
SLUGGING PERCENTAGE
Christi Orgeron
Gabriele Bridges
Nerissa Myers
Sarah Draheim
Paige Cormier
.886
.879
.480
.462
.429
ON BASE PERCENTAGE
Gabriele Bridges
Nerissa Myers
Christi Orgeron
Natalie Fernandez
Katie Smith
.553
.498
.488
.455
.428
Nerissa Myers
Christi Orgeron
Katie Smith
Gabriele Bridges
Paige Cormier
Christi Orgeron
Nerissa Myers
Gabriele Bridges
Katie Smith
Sarah Draheim
HITS
RUNS BATTED IN
Christi Orgeron
Gabriele Bridges
Sarah Draheim
Nerissa Myers
Paige Cormier
Christi Orgeron
Gabriele Bridges
Nerissa Myers
Sarah Draheim
Paige Cormier
Christi Orgeron
Nerissa Myers
Sarah Draheim
Two Tied
DOUBLES
TRIPLES
77
75
55
44
39
87
73
58
56
55
• With their selection to the NCAA Austin Regional, the Cajuns made their 13th consecutive
NCAA postseason appearance and their 21st overall.
• The Cajuns also recorded their 13th consecutive 45-win season as they posted a 51-11
overall mark. The 51 win total marks the 10th time in program history that the Cajuns
have surpassed the 50-win plateau.
• The Cajuns captured their 10th Sun Belt Regular Season Championship and their fourth
consecutive. The Cajuns swept through the Sun Belt Conference Tournament, going 4-0
to pick up their 11th Sun Belt Tournament title and fourth consecutive.
• Christi Orgeron had a phenomenal season, being named a USA Softball Collegiate Player
of the Year Finalist. Orgeron was also named the Sun Belt Player of the Year and NFCA
First Team All-Region. She posted a .414 batting average, 23 home runs, 101 RBI and 75
runs scored.
5
4
2
1
TOTAL BASES
Christi Orgeron
Gabriele Bridges
Nerissa Myers
Sarah Draheim
Paige Cormier
186
138
94
86
66
Stolen Bases
Nerissa Myers
Katie Smith
Natalie Fernandez
Erikka Murphy
• The Cajuns finish their season with the nation’s top offense with a school and Sun Belt
record 481 runs on the season, giving them an average of 7.76 runs per game. Their 481
runs mark the 10th highest single-season total in NCAA history.
20
14
10
9
7
23
22
6
6
5
WALKS
Season Story Lines
101
79
52
43
36
HOME RUNS
Christi Orgeron
Gabriele Bridges
Taryn Broussard
Sarah Draheim
Paige Cormier
Gabriele Bridges
Nerissa Myers
Christi Orgeron
Paige Cormier
Sarah Draheim
2011 Austin Regional
2011 Sun Belt Tournament Champions
2011 Sun Belt Regular Season Champions
2011 Year in Review
RUNS SCORED
Louisiana’s Ragin’ Cajuns (51-11)
1
61
36
31
28
28
CHRISTI ORGERON
21
20
17
15
2011 Sun Belt Player of the Year
Third Team All-American
Team USA Gold Medalist
GABRIELE BRIDGES
First Team All-Sun Belt
Third Team All-American
66 Career Homeruns (3rd in UL history)
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2011 Ragin’ Cajuns Softball
2011 Year in Review
A Model of Consistency…
When it comes to the NCAA Division I
Women’s Softball Championships, Louisiana’s
Ragin’ Cajuns softball program has been a fixture
over the past decade.
In 2011, Louisiana made its 13th straight
NCAA Regionals appearance since 1999 and
the 21st in the last 22 years. Since 1990, UL has
missed the “Field of 64” only once (1998).
The Cajuns rank ninth in total NCAA
appearances with 21, 10th with 52 NCAA
Tournament victories and eighth for consecutive
NCAA Regional appearances.
2
NCAA TOURNAMENT APPEARANCES
School
Appearances
1. Fresno State 30
2. UCLA 28
3. California 27
4. Cal State Fullerton 25
Arizona 25
6. Florida State 24
7. Arizona State 23
8. Texas A&M 22
9. Louisiana 21
10. Massachusetts 20
Long Beach State 20
Nebraska 20
CONSECUTIVE NCAA TOURNAMENT
APPEARANCES
School
Appearances
1. Fresno State 30 (1982-present)
2. California 26 (1986-present)
3. Arizona 25 (1987-present)
4. Massachusetts 16 (1995-2010)
5. Cal State Fullerton 15 (1982-1996)
6. Oklahoma 18 (1994-present)
Washington 18 (1994-present)
8. Louisiana 13 (1999-present)
Alabama 13 (1999-present)
Notre Dame 13 (1999-present)
UCLA 13 (1999-present)
Nebraska 13 (1995-2007)
UCLA 13 (1982-1994)
Nebraska 13 (1998-present)
NCAA TOURNAMENT WINS
School
1. UCLA 2. Arizona 3. Fresno State 4. California 5. Washington 6. Michigan 7. Texas A&M 8. Cal State Fullerton Oklahoma 10. Louisiana 11. Nebraska 12. Florida State Lotief’s Still Going Strong
Co-head coaches Stefni and Michael Lotief
won their 10 Sun Belt Conference regular season
championship in the last 11 years and posted
their seventh 50-win season of their tenure.
Representing Team USA
Christi Orgeron was selected to the 2011
USA Softball Women’s National Team and helped
Team USA to gold medal titles at the World Cup
of Softball in Oklahoma City in July and the Pan
American Games in October.
She became the first UL softball player to
earn a spot on the USA National Team and third
to compete with USA Softball, joining Alana
Addison (2002 Elite team) and Brooke Mitchell
(2004 Elite Team)
Breakout Year for Myers
Shortsto Nerissa Myers lead the Cajuns
and tyied a UL and Sun Belt record with 77 runs
scored. The speedster reached base in all but
four games for the Cajuns as she posted a .498
on base percentage.
She was arguably the Sun Belt’s top shortsto
in 2011. Playing one of the toughest positions
to field in softball at shortstop, Myers turned
in an impresssive .974 fielding percentage. She
committed only five errors in 194 total chances.
Brignac Continues to Shine
Ashley Brignac had yet another masterful
season for the Cajuns in 2011. She recorded over
30 wins for the second time in her career and
was named the 2011 Sun Belt Pitcher of the Year
for the second time as well.
She finished up her junior season just
five wins shy of the Cajuns career Top 5 list in
pitching victories. She needs just 142 strikeouts
to move into second place all-time and would
need to amass 322 to join Brooke Mitchell as
the only Cajuns pitchers to reach 1,000 career
strikeouts.
EARNED RUN AVERAGE
Ashley Brignac
Christina Hamilton
1.50
1.76
OPPOSING BATTING AVERAGE
Ashley Brignac
.190
Christina Hamilton
.196
WON-LOSS PERCENTAGE
Christina Hamilton
Ashley Brignac
WINS
Ashley Brignac
Christina Hamilton
Shelbee Rogers
INNINGS PITCHED
Ashley Brignac  
Christina Hamilton
STRIKEOUTS
Ashley Brignac
Christina Hamilton
Shelbee Rogers
Allie Chenault
.846
.821
32
11
8
233.2
83.2
244
98
60
8
STRIKEOUTS LOOKING
Ashley Brignac
Christina Hamilton
Shelbee Rogers
66
22
14
WALKS
Christiana Hamilton
Ashley Brignac
18
73
APPEARANCES
Ashley Brignac  
Shelbee Rogers
Christina Hamilton
Allie Chenault
Paige Cavallin
42
19
19
5
1
GAMES STARTED
Donna Bourgeois  
Brittany Cuevas
32
31
Ragin’ Cajuns Fielding Leaders
Wins
184
146
89
87
80
66
64
60
60
52
50
49
Ashley Brignac
Two-Time Sun Belt Pitcher of the Year
2011 Capital One Academic All-American of the Year
71 career victories
Ragin’ Cajuns Softball
Ragin’ Cajuns Pitching Leaders
TOTAL CHANCES
Sarah Draheim 
Gabriele Bridges
Nerissa Myers
Megan Granger
Paige Cormier
428
279
194
153
125
PUTOUTS
Sarah Draheim
Gabriele Bridges
Nerissa Myers
Christi Orgeron
Paige Cormier
411
268
89
78
69
Nerissa Myers
Megan Granger
Paige Cormier
Ashley Brignac
Two Tied
Megan Granger
Gabriele Bridges
Paige Cormier
Nerissa Myers
ASSISTS
ERRORS
100
91
50
48
14
11
7
6
5
2011 Ragin’ Cajuns Softball
2011 Ragin' Cajuns Softball
Game Results for Louisiana (as of May 14, 2012)
(All games)
2011 Trends
Total51-11
Conference19-5
Non-Conference32-6
Home30-1
Away10-4
Neutral11-6
Day44-7
Night7-4
vs Left
vs Right
9-1
42-10
1-Run games
3-3
2-Run games
1-1
5+Run games
35-3
Extra inns
1-2
Shutouts23-1
2-8
12-3
18-0
19-0
Opponent 0-2 runs
Opponent 3-5 runs
Opponent 6-9 runs
Opponent 10+ runs
42-1
9-5
0-3
0-2
Scored in 1st inn.
Opp. scored in 1st inn.
Scores first
Opp. scores first
24-3
3-5
43-3
8-8
After 4 leading
After 4 trailing
After 4 tied
After 5 leading
After 5 trailing
After 5 tied
After 6 leading
After 6 trailing
After 6 tied
45-3
3-7
3-1
29-2
1-5
4-3
25-2
0-6
1-2
Hit 0 home runs
Hit 1 home run
Hit 2+ home runs
15-7
19-4
17-0
Opponent 0 home runs
Opponent 1 home run
Opponent 2+ HRs
39-3
11-5
1-3
Made 0 errors
Made 1 error
Made 2+ errors
27-2
18-7
6-2
Opp. made 0 errors
Opp. made 1 error
Opp. made 2+ errors
6-7
23-3
22-1
Out-hit opponent
Out-hit by opponent
Hits are tied
46-1
2-9
3-1
Sunday9-3
Monday0-0
Tuesday3-0
Wednesday4-1
Thursday2-0
Friday8-3
Saturday24-3
2011
2011
2011
2011
2011
2011
2011
2011
2011
2011
2011
2011
2011
2011
2011
2011
2011
2011
2011
2011
2011
2011
2011
Mar 15, 2011
% Mar 17, 2011
% Mar 17, 2011
% Mar 18, 2011
% Mar 19, 2011
% Mar 19, 2011
* Mar 26, 2011
* Mar 26, 2011
* Mar 27, 2011
* Apr 06, 2011
* Apr 06, 2011
* Apr 07, 2011
* Apr 09, 2011
* Apr 09, 2011
* Apr 10, 2011
Apr 13, 2011
* Apr 16, 2011
* Apr 16, 2011
* Apr 17, 2011
Apr 19, 2011
Apr 19, 2011
* Apr 23, 2011
* Apr 23, 2011
* Apr 24, 2011
Apr 27, 2011
* Apr 30, 2011
* Apr 30, 2011
* May 01, 2011
* May 07, 2011
* May 07, 2011
* May 08, 2011
^ May 11, 2011
^ May 12, 2011
^ May 13, 2011
^ May 14, 2011
& May 20, 2011
& May 21, 2011
& May 21, 2011
& May 22, 2011
Opponent
RHODE ISLAND-1
RHODE ISLAND-2
ARKANSAS-1
PRAIRIE VIEW A&M-2
SAM HOUSTON STATE
MAINE-1
TENNESSEE STATE-2
MAINE-1
STEPHEN F. AUSTIN-2
TENNESSEE STATE
vs Southern-1
vs Jackson State-2
vs Grambling State-1
at McNeese State-2
vs Houston Baptist
vs Virginia-1
vs #3 Alabama-2
vs #13 Oregon-1
vs Temple-2
vs Long Island
at North Texas-1
at North Texas-2
at North Texas
MCNEESE STATE
vs Notre Dame-1
vs #7 Arizona-2
vs #6 Arizona State
vs New Mexico-1
vs Long Beach State-2
TROY-1
TROY-2
TROY
FIU-1
FIU-2
FIU
at South Alabama-1
at South Alabama-2
at South Alabama
CENTENARY
MIDDLE TENNESSEE-1
MIDDLE TENNESSEE-2
MIDDLE TENNESSEE
NICHOLLS STATE-1
NICHOLLS STATE-2
at Florida Atlantic-1
at Florida Atlantic-2
at Florida Atlantic
NORTHWESTERN STATE
WESTERN KENTUCKY-1
WESTERN KENTUCKY-2
WESTERN KENTUCKY
at La.-Monroe-1
at La.-Monroe-2
at La.-Monroe
MIDDLE TENNESSEE
TROY
SOUTH ALABAMA
FLORIDA ATLANTIC
vs Houston
vs Texas State-1
at #6 Texas-2
vs Houston
Score
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
L
W
W
W
W
W
W
L
W
W
W
W
L
W
W
L
L
W
W
W
W
W
W
L
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
L
L
L
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
L
W
W
L
14-0
20-0
14-1
28-0
4-1
11-0
19-0
9-0
7-0
9-1
4-5
12-2
7-0
4-0
5-0
9-1
1-0
2-5
18-3
4-0
5-2
7-3
5-8
9-4
5-1
2-10
4-10
8-4
9-5
5-2
8-0
9-1
7-2
2-3
2-1
5-1
13-2
10-2
7-0
11-0
9-1
8-0
8-0
11-2
0-1
2-4
2-6
10-0
3-2
10-2
10-0
3-0
12-3
5-0
10-3
7-3
10-0
8-0
2-7
11-2
5-3
1-4
Inns
5
5
5
5
7
5
5
7
7
5
7
5
7
7
7
5
7
7
5
7
(10)
7
7
7
7
5
7
7
7
7
6
6
7
7
7
7
7
5
7
5
6
6
6
6
(10)
(8)
7
5
7
6
5
7
6
7
7
7
5
5
7
5
7
7
Overall
1-0-0
2-0-0
3-0-0
4-0-0
5-0-0
6-0-0
7-0-0
8-0-0
9-0-0
10-0-0
10-1-0
11-1-0
12-1-0
13-1-0
14-1-0
15-1-0
16-1-0
16-2-0
17-2-0
18-2-0
19-2-0
20-2-0
20-3-0
21-3-0
22-3-0
22-4-0
22-5-0
23-5-0
24-5-0
25-5-0
26-5-0
27-5-0
28-5-0
28-6-0
29-6-0
30-6-0
31-6-0
32-6-0
33-6-0
34-6-0
35-6-0
36-6-0
37-6-0
38-6-0
38-7-0
38-8-0
38-9-0
39-9-0
40-9-0
41-9-0
42-9-0
43-9-0
44-9-0
45-9-0
46-9-0
47-9-0
48-9-0
49-9-0
49-10-0
50-10-0
51-10-0
51-11-0
Sun Belt
0-0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
1-0-0
2-0-0
2-1-0
2-1-0
2-1-0
2-1-0
2-1-0
2-1-0
2-1-0
3-1-0
4-1-0
5-1-0
6-1-0
6-2-0
7-2-0
8-2-0
9-2-0
10-2-0
10-2-0
11-2-0
12-2-0
13-2-0
13-2-0
13-2-0
13-3-0
13-4-0
13-5-0
13-5-0
14-5-0
15-5-0
16-5-0
17-5-0
18-5-0
19-5-0
19-5-0
19-5-0
19-5-0
19-5-0
19-5-0
19-5-0
19-5-0
19-5-0
Pitcher of record
Hamilton (W 1-0)
Rodgers (W 1-0)
Brignac (W 1-0)
Rodgers (W 2-0)
Brignac (W 2-0)
Hamilton (W 2-0)
Rodgers (W 3-0)
Hamilton (W 3-0)
Brignac (W 3-0)
Brignac (W 4-0)
Hamilton (L 3-1)
Rodgers (W 4-0)
Rodgers (W 5-0)
Brignac (W 5-0)
Brignac (W 6-0)
Hamilton (W 4-1)
Brignac (W 7-0)
Brignac (L 7-1)
Hamilton (W 6-1)
Hamilton (W 6-1)
Brignac (W 8-1)
Rodgers (W 6-0)
Rodgers (L 6-1)
Brignac (W 9-1)
Brignac (W 10-1)
Rodgers (L 6-2)
Brignac (L 10-2)
Brignac (W 11-2)
Brignac (W 12-2)
Brignac (W 13-2)
Brignac (W 14-2)
Rodgers (W 7-2)
Brignac (W 15-2)
Brignac (L 15-3)
Brignac (W 16-3)
Brignac (W 17-3)
Hamilton (W 7-1)
Brignac (W 18-3)
Brignac (W 19-3)
Brignac (W 20-3)
Brignac (W 21-3)
Brignac (W 22-3)
Hamilton (W 8-1)
Brignac (W 23-3)
Brignac (L 23-4)
Hamilton (L 8-2)
Brignac (L 23-5)
Hamilton (W 9-2)
Brignac (W 24-5)
Hamilton (W 10-2)
Brignac (W 25-5)
Brignac (W 26-5)
Hamilton (W 11-2)
Brignac (W 27-5)
Rodgers (W 8-2)
Brignac (W 28-5)
Brignac (W 29-5)
Brignac (W 30-5)
Brignac (L 30-6)
Brignac (W 31-6)
Brignac (W 32-6)
Brignac (L 32-7)
! = Louisiana Classics (Lafayette, La.)
@ = Ragin' Cajuns Invitational (Lafayette, La.)
# = McNeese Cowgirl Classic (Lake Charles, La.)
$ = Citrus Classic (Kissimmee, Fla.)
% = Judi Garman Classic (Fullerton, Calif.)
^ = Sun Belt Conference Tournament (Lafayette, La.)
& = NCAA Regional (Austin, Texas)
* = Sun Belt Conference game
() extra inning game
February14-1
March13-4
April14-4
May10-2
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Attend
480
890
662
609
743
485
346
431
375
300
275
225
275
250
631
200
412
325
1202
764
716
423
198
156
444
608
415
557
212
118
448
602
479
611
362
3714186
1
1124
1537
1312
1196
1061
2011 Year in Review
Scoring 0-2 runs
Scoring 3-5 runs
Scoring 6-9 runs
Scoring 10+ runs
Date
! Feb 11,
! Feb 11,
! Feb 12,
! Feb 12,
! Feb 13,
@ Feb 18,
@ Feb 18,
@ Feb 19,
@ Feb 19,
@ Feb 20,
# Feb 25,
# Feb 25,
# Feb 26,
# Feb 26,
# Feb 27,
$ Mar 04,
$ Mar 04,
$ Mar 05,
$ Mar 05,
$ Mar 06,
* Mar 12,
* Mar 12,
* Mar 13,
2011 Ragin’ Cajuns Softball
2011 Ragin' Cajuns Softball
Overall Statistics for Louisiana (as of May 14, 2012)
(All games Sorted by Batting avg)
Record: 51-11
2011 Year in Review
Player
Orgeron, Christi
Myers, Nerissa
Bridges, Gabriele
Fernandez, Natalie
Smith, Katie
Murphy, Erikka
Draheim, Sarah
Cormier, Paige
Granger, Megan
Cherry, Briana
-------------------Broussard, Taryn
Martin, Jennifer
Tydelski, Jensen
Philen, Callie
Waterman, Megan
Rodgers, Shelbee
Brignac, Ashley
Home: 30-1
avg
gp-gs
ab
r
h
.414
.372
.369
.365
.352
.336
.296
.286
.244
.239
62-62
210
196
157
96
159
122
186
154
156
92
75
77
44
34
55
35
32
39
27
26
87
73
58
35
56
41
55
44
38
22
20
10
14
1
1
1
9
7
4
1
.317
.240
.143
.000
.000
.000
.000
28-19
60
50
7
1
0
0
0
14
12
5
0
6
0
0
19
12
1
0
0
0
0
62-62
60-60
55-29
62-60
55-44
62-62
54-53
62-62
59-32
38-11
14-2
8-0
27-0
1-0
1-1
Away: 10-4
2b 3b hr
rbi
Neutral: 11-6
Sun Belt: 19-5
tb
slg%
bb hp
so gdp
ob%
5 23 101 186
4 1 43 94
0 22 79 138
0 0
9 36
0 0 14 57
0 0 12 42
2 6 52 86
0 5 36 66
1 2 20 50
1 3 12 34
.886
.480
.879
.375
.358
.344
.462
.429
.321
.370
31 0
36 14
61 6
10 6
21 0
6 3
28 2
28 0
26 2
17 7
25
24
22
24
22
22
30
18
19
19
3
0
0
0
1
0
4
1
0
1
.488
.498
.553
.455
.428
.382
.392
.391
.359
.393
sf sh sb-att
1
1
2
0
0
0
1
2
0
1
0
3
0
2
9
5
1
0
4
0
5-5
21-25
6-7
17-19
20-22
15-15
3-3
4-5
1-1
2-6
3
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
6
1
0
0
0
0
0
24
16
0
0
0
0
0
40
17
1
0
0
0
0
.667
.340
.143
.000
.000
.000
.000
14
16
1
0
0
0
0
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
18
17
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
.461
.420
.250
.000
.000
.000
.000
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0-0
0-0
2-3
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
po
a
e fld%
78
4
4
89 100
5
.974
7
.975
268
4
.953
17
6
1
.958
67
2
1
.986
28
0
2
.933
411
14
3
.993
69
50
6
.952
51
91
11
.928
35
3
1
.974
0
0
0
.000
40
2
1
.977
4
0
0 1.000
8
0
0 1.000
0
0
0
.000
2
10
1
.923
7
48
Totals
.329
62
1646
481
541
73
13
69
418
847
.515
295
43
262
10
.441
10
25
96-111
1175
351
43
0 1.000
.973
Opponents
.203
62
1437
123
291
44
2
25
108
414
.288
101
22
410
7
.265
5
39
30-35
1127
469
87
.948
LOB - Team (413), Opp (309). DPs turned - Team (15), Opp (19). CI - Team (1), Draheim 1. IBB - Team (6), Bridges 5, Orgeron
1.Picked off - Myers 2, Cherry 2.
(All games Sorted by Earned run avg)
Player
era
Brignac, Ashley
Hamilton, Christina
-------------------Cavallin, Paige
Rodgers, Shelbee
Chenault, Allie
w-l
app gs
42 39
19 14
cg
sho
27 10/4
10 5/2
sv
ip
h
r
er
bb
so
2b
3b
0 233.2
0 83.2
161
59
63
26
50
21
73
18
244
98
26
11
2
0
15
3
.190
.196
8 12
1 6
8
0
3
1
25
12
1.0
60.2
12.2
1
51
19
0
21
13
0
18
10
0
7
3
0
60
8
0
6
1
0
0
0
0
5
2
.250
.227
.317
0
1
0
0
4
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
2
0
1.50
1.76
32-7
11-2
0.00
2.08
5.53
0-0
8-2
0-0
1
19
5
0
9
0
0
5
0
0/1
3/4
0/1
0
0
0
hr b/avg
wp hp bk sfa sha
Totals
1.77
51-11
62
62
42
23/5
0
391.2
291
123
99
101
410
44
2
25
.203
10
22
8
5
39
Opponents
7.77
11-51
62
62
29
1/0
0
375.2
541
481
417
295
262
73
13
69
.329
51
43
7
10
25
PB - Team (4), Draheim 4, Opp (16). Pickoffs - Team (0), Opp (5). SBA/ATT - Draheim (30-35), Brignac (16-20), Rodgers (6-7),
Hamilton (6-6), Chenault (2-2).
2011 Ragin' Cajuns Softball
Overall Statistics for Louisiana (as of May 14, 2012)
(All games Sorted by Fielding pct)
Player
4
Multiple Hit Games
c
po
a
e
fld%
dp
sba
csb
sba%
pb
ci
55
15
8
4
3
428
70
43
279
39
194
24
86
125
30
153
13
0
0
0
7
1
8
4
0
411
67
40
268
35
89
17
78
69
28
51
2
0
0
0
48
14
0
0
3
14
2
2
4
3
100
6
4
50
0
91
10
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
1
1
7
1
5
1
4
6
2
11
1
0
0
0
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
.993
.986
.977
.975
.974
.974
.958
.953
.952
.933
.928
.923
.000
.000
.000
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
10
1
7
2
2
7
0
2
1
0
0
0
16
6
0
0
2
30
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
6
0
0
0
4
0
0
0
0
5
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
.800
1.000
----1.000
.857
--------------------.857
-------
0
0
0
0
0
4
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Totals
1569
1175
351
43
.973
15
30
5
.857
4
1
Opponents
1683
1127
469
87
.948
19
96
15
.865
16
0
Brignac, Ashley
Hamilton, Christina
Philen, Callie
Tydelski, Jensen
Chenault, Allie
Draheim, Sarah
Smith, Katie
Martin, Jennifer
Bridges, Gabriele
Cherry, Briana
Myers, Nerissa
Fernandez, Natalie
Orgeron, Christi
Cormier, Paige
Murphy, Erikka
Granger, Megan
Rodgers, Shelbee
Cavallin, Paige
Waterman, Megan
Broussard, Taryn
Hitting minimums - 1 Games 1.0 AB/Game 1.0 TPA/Game
Pitching minimums - 1 Games 1.0 IP/Game
Score by innings
Louisiana
Opponents
1 23456789
EXTotal
61 8279
101785720 0 0 3 481
15 182122131516 2 1 1 123
Ragin’ Cajuns Softball
Player
Christi Orgeron
Nerissa Myers
Gabriele Bridges
Sarah Draheim
Katie Smith
Erikka Murphy
Paige Cormier
Natalie Fernandez
Megan Granger
Brianna Cherry
Taryn Broussard
Jennifer Martin
TEAM
2 3 45+Total
13
11 -
-
24
19
2
1
-
22
13
4
-
-
17
13
2
-
-
15
9
3
-
-
12
10
1
-
-
11
9
1
-
-
10
4
3
2
-
9
4
-
1
-
5
2
2
-
-
4
3
1
-
-
4
3
1
-
-
4
99314 0
134
Multiple RBI Games
Player
Christi Orgeron
Gariele Bridges
Sarah Draheim
Nerissa Myers
Paige Cormier
Taryn Broussard
Jennifer Martin
Megan Granger
Brianna Cherry
Natalie Fernandez
Erikka Murphy
Katie Smith
TEAM
2 3 45+Total
14
7
4
5
30
8
3
2
5
18
8
3
2
-
13
4
2
1
1
8
4
1
1
1
7
1
1
2
1
5
3
-
1
-
4
2
1
-
-
3
1
-
-
1
2
1
-
-
-
1
1
-
-
-
1
1
-
-
-
1
44196 5
74
2011 Ragin’ Cajuns Softball
2011 Ragin' Cajuns Softball
Conference statistics for Louisiana (as of May 15, 2012)
(Sun Belt games only Sorted by Batting avg)
Record: 19-5
Player
avg gp-gs
.383
.338
.329
.313
.306
.305
.286
.280
.278
.230
.200
.111
.000
.000
24-24
23-23
24-24
24-24
22-18
24-23
22-19
19-6
24-24
24-24
8-5
12-2
12-0
1-1
2b 3b hr
Away: 8-4
Sun Belt: 19-5
ab
r
h
rbi
tb
slg%
bb hp
so gdp
ob%
81
65
76
80
49
59
56
25
72
61
26
13
18
25
12
16
12
7
12
5
31
22
25
25
15
18
16
7
20
14
8
7
4
1
0
1
1
0
4
1
3
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
1
0
8
3
3
0
0
0
3
0
1
0
32
18
22
9
2
5
10
2
22
6
69
38
38
28
15
19
28
7
29
15
.852
.585
.500
.350
.306
.322
.500
.280
.403
.246
14
21
9
12
3
9
8
0
14
10
0
2
0
6
2
0
3
3
0
0
11
9
5
13
7
6
10
6
8
8
2
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
.474
.511
.395
.439
.370
.397
.403
.357
.391
.338
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
2
0
4
0
1
0
3
3-3
3-3
2-3
8-9
5-5
9-10
1-4
5-6
2-2
0-0
15
9
0
0
1
1
5
0
3
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
5
3
0
0
6
1
0
0
.400
.111
.000
.000
4
4
0
0
1
0
0
0
4
5
0
0
0
0
0
0
.400
.357
.000
.000
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
92
4
.415
3 10
38-45
479 147
15
.977
6 143
3
.263
5 15
18-19
463 205
31
.956
Totals
.304
24
648 153 197
27
6 19 136 293
.452 108 17
Opponents
.207
24
590
20
1 13
.310
46 122
42 183
41
sf sh sb-att
po
a
e fld%
42
1
2
121
2
2
.984
35
24
2
.967
35
43
4
.951
12
0
.956
0 1.000
31
1
0 1.000
22
2
0 1.000
2
0
0 1.000
148
6
2
.987
24
40
2
.970
.000
0
0
0
3
0
0 1.000
0
0
3
21
0
.000
0 1.000
LOB - Team (172), Opp (135). DPs turned - Team (6), Opp (7). CI - Team (1), Draheim 1. IBB - Team (3), Bridges 2, Orgeron 1.
Picked off - Myers 2, Cherry 1.
(Sun Belt games only Sorted by Earned run avg)
Player
era
Brignac, Ashley
Hamilton, Christina
Rodgers, Shelbee
-------------------Chenault, Allie
1.08
2.47
2.52
w-l
14-3
3-1
2-1
app gs
cg
sho
ip
h
r
er
bb
so
2b
3b
19 17
7 4
8 3
11
3
1
4/2
0/0
0/2
sv
0 103.2
0 28.1
0 25.0
67
25
27
21
13
10
16
10
9
31
7
3
96
27
17
12
3
4
1
0
0
hr b/avg
wp hp bk sfa sha
7
2
4
.181
.231
.270
2
0
0
5
0
1
0
0
0
3
1
1
11
4
0
5.25
0-0
1
0
0
0/0
0
2.2
3
2
2
0
3
1
0
0
.250
0
0
0
0
0
Totals
1.62
19-5
24
24
15
6/2
0
159.2
122
46
37
41
143
20
1
13
.207
2
6
0
5
15
Opponents
6.12
5-19
24
24
14
1/0
0
154.1
197
153
135
108
92
27
6
19
.304
15
17
0
3
10
2011 Year in Review
Orgeron, Christi
Bridges, Gabriele
Cormier, Paige
Myers, Nerissa
Murphy, Erikka
Smith, Katie
Cherry, Briana
Fernandez, Natalie
Draheim, Sarah
Granger, Megan
-------------------Broussard, Taryn
Martin, Jennifer
Waterman, Megan
Brignac, Ashley
Home: 11-1
PB - Team (1), Draheim 1, Opp (6). Pickoffs - Team (0), Opp (4). SBA/ATT - Draheim (18-19), Brignac (9-10), Hamilton (4-4),
Rodgers (3-3), Chenault (2-2).
2011 Sun Belt Regular Season Champions
www.RaginCajuns.com
5
2010 NCAA Baton Rouge
REGIONAL
The Cajuns entered the 2010 NCAA Baton Rouge Regional after
sweeping through the Sun Belt Tournament in Mobile, Ala.
The appearance marked UL’s 20th overall and 12th consecutive
Regional berth.
The Cajuns made the short trip down I-10 as an unranked team, with
a 1-5 record thus far in 2010 against ranked foes. Waiting for them
at Tiger Park would be No.17 LSU, No.18 Texas A&M and in-state rival
McNeese State.
The task in front of the Cajuns seemed to be a tough one from the
outside, but inside the Louisiana locker room, there was no doubt
about what could be accomplished.
The Cajuns got off to a quick start in their opener on Friday against
Texas A&M. Junior first baseman Gabriele Bridges blasted a home run
to center field that plated two UL runs in the top of the first inning.
Louisiana would add one run in fifth, sixth and seventh innings. Senior
Brittany Cuevas threw a gem against the Aggies, posting a complete
game shutout, striking out eight and walking just one. The 5-0 victory
set up a Saturday showdown with host LSU.
The Cajuns and Tigers found themselves in a pitcher’s duel, with a 0-0
score after three and a half innings. However, UL was able to scratch
across a run in the fourth inning thanks to a Nerissa Myers RBI single.
The 1-0 score held up as yet another Cajun, Donna Bourgeois, posted
a complete game shutout. The win advanced UL to Championship
Sunday, where the Aggies would come calling once again.
This time, the Cajuns would use a big fourth inning to break open a
scoreless tie. With one run already across the plate, Bridges stepped
into the box with two runners on base and two outs.
Bridges would send her second homer of the weekend over the Tiger
Park fence, giving the Cajuns a 4-0 lead.
UL would go on to win the game by a final score of 6-1, as Texas A&M
used a solo home run to push across the only run of the weekend
against the Cajuns.
Bridges was named the Regional MVP thanks in large part to her two
home runs. Four other Cajuns joined her on the All-Regional Team
(Bourgeois, Cuevas, Vallie Gaspard and Myers).
The Regional Championship marked the sixth in program history and
earned the Cajuns a date with the UCLA Bruins the following weekend
in the NCAA Los Angeles Super Regional.
2010 NCAA Los Angeles
Super REGIONAL
The Cajuns’ three-game sweep in Baton Rouge led them to the
program’s second NCAA Super Regional berth. With the success came
a west coast trip to No.5 UCLA.
The best-of-three series began on Saturday, airing on ESPN2 HD. After
Vallie Gaspard delivered a two-RBI single in the top of the second
inning, the Cajuns held a narrow 2-1 lead.
However, the Bruins’ bats came to life in the bottom of the frame. UCLA
sent 12 people to the plate and scored seven runs to take an 8-2 lead
into the third inning.
The Bruins went on to win the crucial game one of the series by a final
score of 10-2.
Another seven-run inning, this time in the fifth frame, was enough to
advance the Bruins past the Cajuns in game two as well.
The two games ended the Cajuns’ postseason run and sent the Bruins
to the 2010 NCAA Women’s College World Series.
The Bruins went on to win the National Championship, scoring at least
five runs in all five of their World Series games. UCLA posted a perfect
10-0 record throughout the 2010 postseason, including a 2-0 sweep of
Arizona in the Championship Series.
2011 Ragin’ Cajuns Softball
SUN BELT AWARDS
2011 FINAL STANDINGS
Conference Overall
W
L Pct.Streak
W
L Pct.Streak
Louisiana! @ 19
5 .792 W6
51
11.823
L1
Florida Atlantic
15
9 .625
L2
34
25.576
L1
South Alabama
14
10 .583 W1
37
17.685
L1
FIU
14
10 .583 W3
31
27.534
L1
Troy
11
12 .478
L1
32
27.542
L1
La.-Monroe
10
14 .417
L6
27
28
.491
L5
Western Kentucky
9
15 .375 W2
30
29.508
L1
Middle Tennessee
8
16 .333
L2
18
33.353
L4
North Texas
7
16 .304 W1
22
30.423
L1
! - Regular Season Champion
@ - Tournament Champions
2011 Sun Belt Review
Sun Belt Leaders Summary
Team BattingGAvgAB
R
H 2B3B HR BBSOSB-ATT
Louisiana
62.329164648154173
136929526296-111
South Alabama
54.298137031040872
1550180236 79-88
Western Kentucky
59.278155324943270
1440140272 57-77
Troy
59.276154826242882
1042158265 43-56
La.-Monroe
55.26614342643816583117125593-116
FIU
58.263151623139867333174224 63-73
North Texas
52.259137921735758839133290 40-52
Middle Tennessee
51.258131718034059528116273 37-44
Florida Atlantic
52.258149622438653
1417166299 40-50
Totals
254 .277 13259 2418 3671 599 90 349 1533 2376 548-667
Team PitchingG ERA W LSvIP H R ER BBSO
Louisiana
621.755111 0 391.2291 123 98 101410
Florida Atlantic
592.603324 2 393.1 371 192 146 120 305
FIU
582.693127 2 387.2 359 194 149 182 285
South Alabama
542.703517 5 344.1 289 162 133 176 308
Troy
592.993226 4 393.0 403 234 168 180 364
La.-Monroe
553.632728 1 358.2 438 244 186 139 209
Western Kentucky
593.703029 1 389.2 394 263 206 171 223
North Texas
523.762230 0 348.1 368 234 187 161 253
Middle Tennessee
515.021833 3 334.1 448 287 240 113 205
Totals
254 3.17 279 225 18 3341.0 3361 1933 1513 1343 2562
Individual Batting
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Orgeron UL
McCalin, FIU
Abel, MT
Love, ULM
Myers, UL
Bridges, UL
Fernandez, UL
Hollett, Troy
Smith, UL
Collins, USA
Olguin, ULM
Dew, WKU
Fowler, USA
Murphy, UL
Metoyer, WKU
GAvgAB
R H RBI 2B3B HR BB
62.414 210 75 8710120 5 2331
58 .409 181 34 74 4414 1 1220
51 .385 156 22 60 2917 1 421
55 .381 155 61 59 4012 4 1647
62.372 196 77 73 4310 4 136
60.369 157 44 58 7914 0 2261
55
.365
96
34
35
9
1
0
0
10
59 .354 195 43 69 5618 4 2015
62.352 159 555614 10 021
54 .346 133 33 46 2312 0 327
53.343 178 376118 61 010
45.341 123 204219155 3 5
54.340 156 355350 63 823
55.336 122 354112 10 0 6
59.335 161 295420 41 217
Individual PitchingApp ERA W-LSvIP H R ER BBSO
Cavallin, UL
10.00 0-00 1.0 1 0 0 00
Brignac, UL 42
1.50
32-7
0 233.2 161
63
50
73 244
Hamilton, UL
191.7611-2 083.25926211898
Gressley, FAU 35
1.99
19-13
1
215.0 177
80
61
62 198
Rodgers, UL 19
2.08
8-2
0
60.2
51
21
18
7
60
Williams, Troy 40
2.25
19-14
3
221.0
165 100
71
97 288
All-Conference Teams
First Team
PitcherAshley Brignac, Louisiana
Pitcher
Rose Gressley, Florida Atlantic
Catcher
Karavin Dew, WKU
First Base Gabriele Bridges, Louisiana
Second Base
Heather Barnes, Florida Atlantic
Third Base
Kayla Burri, FIU
Jessy Alfonso, FIU
Shortstop
Outfield
Ashley McClain, FIU
OutfieldChristi Orgeron, Louisiana
Outfield
Brianna Love, La.-Monroe
Designated Player Corrie Abel, Middle Tennessee
Second Team
Pitcher
Hannah Campbell, South Alabama
Pitcher
Ashlyn Williams, Troy
CatcherSarah Draheim, Louisiana
First Base
Mallory Cantler, North Texas
Second Base
Haley Richards, South Alabama
Third BaseNerissa Myers, Louisiana
Shortstop
Brooke Foster, North Texas
Outfield
Jessica Olguin, La.-Monroe
Outfield
Brittany Fowler, South Alabama
Outfield
Haley Hopkins, South Alabama
Designated Player
Hayden Gann, Troy
Player of the Year
Christi Orgeron, Louisiana
Pitcher of the Year
Ashley Brignac, Louisiana
Freshman of the Year
Hannah Campbell, South Alabama
Co-Coaches of the Year
Becky Clark, South Alabama
All-Tournament Team
Katy Neal, South Alabama
Nikki Hollett, Troy
Amanda Thomas, WKU
Brianna Love, ULM
Kayla Burri, FIU
Heather Barnes, Florida Atlantic
Rose Gressley, Florida Atlantic
Gabriele Bridges, Louisiana
Ashley Brignac, Louisiana
Most Outstanding Player
Christi Orgeron, Louisiana
SUN BELT TOURNAMENT
Wednesday, May 11
Game 1 - (3) South Alabama 10, (6) ULM 0 (5 innings)
Game 2 - (2) Florida Atlantic 4 (7) WKU 3
Game 3 - (5) Troy 4, (4) FIU 0
Game 4 - (1) Louisiana 10, (8) Middle Tennessee 3
Thursday, May 12
Game 5 – (7) WKU 8, (6) ULM 6 (8 innings)
Game 6 – (4) FIU 11, (8) Middle Tennessee 4 (8 innings)
Game 7 – (2) Florida Atlantic 3, (3) South Alabama 1
Game 8 – (1) Louisiana 7, (5) Troy 3
Friday, May 13
Game 9 – (5) Troy 7, (7) WKU 2
Game 10 – (3) South Alabama 4, (4) FIU 2
Game 11 – (2) Florida Atlantic 11, (5) Troy 0 (6 innings)
Game 12 – (1) Louisiana 10, (3) South Alabama 0
Saturday, May 15
Championship - (1) Louisiana 8, (2) Florida Atlantic 0
Ragin’ Cajuns Softball
2011 Ragin’ Cajuns Softball
Brooke Mitchell
2010 Hall of Fame Inductee
Brooke Mitchell was a pitcher for the Cajuns from 2002-05 and had
arguably the best season ever by a Cajuns hurler in 2004. Mitchell was
named First Team NFCA All-American as well as CoSIDA Academic AllAmerican in that season. She was also Sun Belt Conference Pitcher
of the Year and Most Outstanding Player while picking up Louisiana
Pitcher of the Year honors.
Mitchell went 45-5 in 2004, becoming just the 12th player in NCAA
history to win at least 40 games. She posted a 0.82 ERA including a
school and Sun Belt record 524 strikeouts. She threw five no-hitters
and posted a complete-game shutout to eliminate No.1 Arizona in
NCAA Regionals.
Overall in her career, Mitchell was a four-time All-Sun Belt selection
and three times an NFCA All-Region performer. She was also named
CoSIDA Academic All-American on two different occasions. She
is also the only player in Sun Belt
history to win three Pitcher of the
Year awards.
She finished her career with a 119-27
record while posting a 1.09 ERA and
1,309 strikeouts. Mitchell earned
her bachelor’s degree in finance
from UL in 2005.
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1990 - NCAA Regional VII
Ragin’ Cajuns Park (Lafayette, La.): A Ragin’
Cajuns team of firsts - which hosted the first-ever
NCAA postseason event in Lafayette - finished one
run short of an invitation to the College World
Series in 1990. A 10-inning, 2-1 loss to Florida State
in the regional championship wasn’t fitting for a
team that had its highest ranking ever (No. 7), its
first-ever first team All-American and its first-ever
National Coach of the Year.
Louisiana 1, Texas A&M 0 (May 18)
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Florida State 4, Louisiana 3 (May 18)
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Louisiana
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WP: Debbie DeJohn; LP: Cathy McAllister
Florida State 2, Louisiana 1 (10 inn. - May 19)
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Louisiana
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Postseason History
1991 - NCAA Regional VI
Ragin’ Cajuns Park (Lafayette, La.): UL once
again hosted an NCAA South Regional in 1991,
only to drop two straight to Florida State and
Oklahoma State. The Seminoles’ Christy Larsen
tossed a one-hitter against UL in the opening
game, a 1-0 decision. Oklahoma State rallied back
from a 2-0 deficit in taking a win over the Cajuns
in UL Lafayette’s final game of the South Regional,
3-2.
Florida State 1, Louisiana 0 (May 18)
Team
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WP: Christy Larsen; LP: Kyla Hall
Oklahoma State 3, Louisiana 2 (May 18)
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Louisiana
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WP: Dena Carter; LP: Kyla Hall
1992 - NCAA Regional VIII
Ragin’Cajuns Park (Lafayette, La.): The Seminoles
were once again instrumental in denying UL a spot
in the College World Series, defeating the Ragin’
Cajuns twice by a 1-0 score at Lady Cajun Park. The
teams split before Florida State’s Lisa Davidson
drove in the only run in the rematch to give the
Seminoles another 1-0 win.
Florida State 1, Louisiana 0 (10 inn. - May 16)
Team
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WP: Toni Gutierrez; LP: Kyla Hall
Louisiana 1, UNLV 0 (9 inn. - May 17)
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UNLV
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WP: Kyla Hall; LP: Lori Harrigan
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Florida State 1, Louisiana 0
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WP: Toni Gutierrez; LP: Kyla Hall
1993 - NCAA Regional VIII
Alumni Field (Ann Arbor, Mich.): For the first
time in four years, the Ragin’ Cajuns were sent on
the road for postseason action. Unphased, UL won
three straight at Alumni Field to advance to the
College World Series. The “Comeback Cajuns” took
two away from Michigan to advance to the College
World Series.
Louisiana 7, Bowling Green 3 (May 22)
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WP: Missy Skow; LP: Jennifer Wolf
Louisiana 4, Cal State-Northridge 2 (May 28)
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Louisiana
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WP: Hall; LP: Windmiller
Arizona 2, Louisiana 1 (10 inn. - May 29)
Team
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Louisiana
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WP: Parra; LP: Hall
Louisiana 1, Connecticut 0 (May 30)
Team
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Louisiana
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WP: Skow; LP: Conlon
Louisiana 1, Arizona 0 (May 30)
Team
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WP: Hall; LP: Parra
UCLA 1, Louisiana 0 (May 30)
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Louisiana
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WP: Fernandez; LP: Hall
1996 - NCAA Regional
Ragin’ Cajuns Park (Lafayette, La.): Louisiana’s
Ragin’ Cajuns hosted its sixth regional in seven
years, earning a third appearance at the College
World Series with victories over Nebraska and
Nicholls State. After claiming a 1-0 decision against
NSU and an eight-inning 9-4 win over Nebraska,
the Cajuns edged the Lady Colonels again by a 2-1
margin in the championship.
Louisiana 1, Nicholls State 0 (May 17)
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WP: Cheryl Longeway; LP: Goddu
Louisiana 9, Nebraska 4 (May 18)
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Louisiana
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WP: Cheryl Longeway; LP: Stafford
Louisiana 2, Nicholls State 1 (May 19)
Team
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Louisiana
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1996 - Women’s College World Series
Ragin’ Cajuns Park (Lafayette, La.): For the
fifth straight year, UL advanced to postseason
play, hosting an NCAA Regional at Ragin’ Cajuns
Park for the fourth time. The Cajuns opened
the tournament with a 3-0 win over state rival
McNeese State, but lost two of three to Utah.
Golden Park Stadium (Columbus, Ga.): The
Ragin’ Cajuns made an appearance in the Women’s
College World Series for the second straight season
and third time in the last four seasons…Then-USL
responded from a 2-0 loss to California in its first
game by shutting out Princeton 7-0 to set up an
anticipated showdown with UCLA…The Cajuns
came up just short in that contest, however, as the
Bruins used a three-run fifth inning to win, 3-2.
Louisiana 3, McNeese State 0 (May 20)
Team
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Louisiana
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WP: Kyla Hall; LP: Angela Harrison
California 2, Louisiana 0 (May 23)
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WP: Floyd; LP: Longeway
Louisiana 1, Utah 0 (9 inn. - May 21)
Team
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Utah
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Louisiana
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WP: Kyla Hall; LP: Aly Andrus
Louisiana 7, Princeton 0 (May 25)
Team
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Louisiana
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WP: Longeway; LP: Davies
Utah 3, Louisiana 2 (8 inn. - May 22)
Team
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Louisiana
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WP: Aly Andrus; LP: Kyla Hall
UCLA 3, Louisiana 2 (May 25)
Team
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UCLA
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Louisiana
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WP: Burns; LP: Longeway
Utah 2, Louisiana 0 (May 22)
Team
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Louisiana
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WP: Aly Andrus; LP: Nicki Kephart
1997 - NCAA Regional
1994 - NCAA Regional
1995 - NCAA Regional
Ragin’ Cajuns Park (Lafayette, La.): For the first
time in five tries, Louisiana won an NCAA regional
at home to advance to the College World Series,
their second appearance in Oklahoma City. Topseeded in the South Region, the Cajuns worked
their way by Nicholls State 5-1 in their first game of
the regional before defeating Washington twice.
Louisiana 5, Nicholls State 1 (May 19)
Team
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Louisiana
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WP: Cheryl Longeway; LP: Brandi Landry
Louisiana 7, Washington 6 (May 20)
Team
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Louisiana
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WP: Cheryl Longeway; LP: Stephanie Burns
Louisiana 3, Washington 1 (May 21)
Team
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Louisiana
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WP: Cheryl Longeway; LP: Stephanie Burns
1995 - Women’s College World Series
Ragin’ Cajuns Park (Lafayette, La.): UL posted
a 4-1 upset of powerhouse UCLA to head into
championship Sunday undefeated. Needing only
one more victory to advance to the school’s third
straight WCWS, the Cajuns were tripped up by the
Bruins as UCLA posted a sweep of the hosts.
Louisiana 2, ULM 1 (May 16)
Team
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Louisiana 4, UCLA 1 (May 17)
Team
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UCLA 9, Louisiana 0 (May 18)
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UCLA 3, Louisiana 0 (May 18)
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1999 - NCAA Regional No. 7
Totman Field (Amherst, Mass.): The Ragin’ Cajuns
finished off the 90’s with their ninth trip to NCAA
Regional competition. The Cajuns got into the
driver’s seat with wins over Manhattan, Hofstra
and California. However, the team had its season
ended on the final day when California took two
games.
Louisiana 6, Michigan 5 (May 23)
Team
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Louisiana
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Michigan
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WP: Kyla Hall; LP: Kelly Kovach
Hall of Fame Stadium (Oklahoma City, Okla.):
Then-USL got off to a good start in its second
appearance at the CWS as Cheryl Longeway threw
the 11th no-hitter in the championship’s history
for a 5-0 win over Michigan…The Cajuns didn’t
recover in their final game of the championship,
dropping a 5-1 decision to UNLV after allowing all
of the Rebels’ runs in the third.
Louisiana 2, Michigan 1 (May 23)
Team
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Louisiana
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Michigan
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WP: Kyla Hall; LP: Kelly Kovach
Louisiana 5, Michigan 0 (May 25-26)
Team
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Michigan
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Louisiana
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WP: Longeway; LP: Griffin
Louisiana 5, Hofstra 1 (May 21)
Team
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Louisiana
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Hofstra
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WP: Melissa Coronado; LP: A. Smith
1993 - Women’s College World Series
UCLA 3, Louisiana 0 (May 26)
Team
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WP: Harding; LP: Longeway
Louisiana 2, California 1 (May 22)
Team
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California
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Louisiana
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WP: Kim Dunlap; LP:
UNLV 5, Louisiana 1 (May 27)
Team
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Louisiana
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WP: Stewart; LP: Longeway
California 3, Louisiana 0 (May 23)
Team
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WP: Forest; LP: Kim Dunlap
Hall of Fame Stadium (Oklahoma City, Okla.):
For the first time in the 13-year history of the
program, the Ragin’ Cajuns softball team was in
the Women’s College World Series…Then-USL
opened play in the tournament with a 4-2 win over
Cal-State Northridge…The Cajuns then faced the
eventual national champions, Arizona, dropping
a 2-1 decision in 10 innings…Then-USL received
a third-place national honor and Yvette Girouard
was named NCAA Division I Coach of the Year for
the second time.
Ragin’ Cajuns Softball
Louisiana 15, Manhattan 0 (5 inn. - May 20)
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California 8, Louisiana 1 (May 23)
Team
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California
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WP: Forest; LP: Micah Barbato
2000 - NCAA Regional
Tiger Park (Baton Rouge, La.): The Ragin’ Cajuns
wrapped up the Cajun coaching career of Yvette
Girouard with the program’s 10th NCAA Regional
appearance in the last 11 years. They also defeated
the host-LSU Tigers in Baton Rouge for the first
time in school history.
Hofstra 2, Louisiana 1 (May 18)
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WP: A. Smith; LP: Kim Dunlap
Louisiana 4, LSU 1 (May 19)
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Louisiana
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WP: Micah Barbato; LP: Lewis
Oregon 4, Louisiana 3 (May 20)
Team
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Louisiana
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WP: Vidlund; LP: Micah Barbato
2001 - NCAA Regional
Tiger Park (Baton Rouge, La.): The Ragin’ Cajuns
played easily their best game of 2001 in upsetting
perennial Pac-10 powerhouse Arizona State in
reaching the NCAA Regional championship game
in new head coach Stefni Lotief’s first year. AllAmerican Alana Addison, Melissa Coronado and
Tiffany Grayson were named to the All-Regional
team.
Louisiana 5, Southern Miss 1 (May 17)
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WP: Melissa Coronado; LP: Gonzales
Arizona State 2, Louisiana 1 (May 18)
Team
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Louisiana
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WP: Voak; LP: Melissa Coronado
Louisiana 5, Arizona State 0 (May 19)
Team
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Louisiana
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WP: Melissa Coronado; LP: Voak
LSU 2, Louisiana 1 (May 20)
Team
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Louisiana
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LSU
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WP: Sneed; LP: Melissa Coronado
2002 - NCAA Regional
Ragin’ Cajuns Park (Lafayette, La.): The Ragin’
Cajuns hosted an NCAA Regional for the first time
since 1997. Louisiana opened play with a 13-inning
marathon duel against UMass, dropping a 5-3
heartbreaker. After rain delayed action for Friday,
the Cajuns rebounded with a 10-3 rout of SECmember Mississippi State early Saturday morning.
The win gave the Cajuns 50 wins for the second
straight season. Jerie Alexander and Missy Martin
were both named to the All-Regional Team.
UMass 5, Louisiana 3 (13 inn. - May 16)
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Louisiana 10, Mississippi State 3 (May 18)
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WP: Brooke Mitchell; LP: Massey
LSU 5, Louisiana 2 (May 18)
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2003 - NCAA Regional No. 6
Titan Softball Complex (Fullerton, Calif.): The
Ragin’ Cajuns claimed their first NCAA Regional
championship under head coach Stefni Lotief and
earned the school’s fourth berth in the Women’s
College World Series. Brooke Mitchell tossed a
no-hitter in the opener against San Diego State
and followed it up with a two-hit shutout of Cal
State Fullerton and one-hit shutout of Oklahoma
State. On championship Sunday, Mitchell suffered
a shoulder injury which forced her from game one
after three pitches and Oregon went on to win 9-2.
The Cajuns responded with a five-spot in the first
inning of game two,keyed by home runs from Jill
Robertson and Tiffany Grayson, en route to the
6-4 win.
Louisiana 6, San Diego State 0 (May 15)
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WP: Brooke Mitchell; LP: Velasquez
2011 Ragin’ Cajuns Softball
Louisiana 1, Cal State Fullerton 0 (May 16)
Team
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WP: Brooke Mitchell; LP: Oaks
Louisiana 1, Oklahoma State 0 (May 17)
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WP: Brooke Mitchell; LP: Bay
Oregon 9, Louisiana 2 (May 18)
Team
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WP: Harris; LP: Brooke Mitchell
Louisiana 6, Oregon 4 (May 18)
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UL
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2003 - Women’s College World Series
Texas 3, Louisiana (May 22)
Team
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WP: Osterman; LP: Mitchell
UCLA 5, Louisiana 1 (May 24)
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WP: Goerl; LP: Mitchell
2004 - NCAA Regional No. 1
Hillebrand Stadium (Tucson, Ariz.): Louisiana
reached the championship round by eliminating
No. 1 national seed Arizona in the semifinals,
making the 2004 squad the team that will go
down in history for ending the Wildcats run of
consecutive WCWS appearances at 16. Win over UA
avenged a loss to the hosts in the second round.
The Cajuns won four straight games following the
UA loss, but ran out of steam in the “if necessary
game” with Oklahoma and fell one game short of a
repeat appearance at the WCWS.
Louisiana 1, South Carolina 0 (May 20)
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WP: Brooke Mitchell; LP: S. Johnson
Arizona 4, Louisiana 0 (May 21)
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WP: Hollowell; LP: Brooke Mitchell
Louisiana 8, Temple 1 (May 21)
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WP: Holly Tankersley; LP: Watkins
Louisiana 3, Northwestern 0 (May 22)
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Louisiana 5, Arizona 0 (May 22)
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Louisiana 12, Oklahoma 4 (May 23)
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Oklahoma 15, Louisiana 0 (5 inn. - May 23)
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2005 - NCAA Regional No. 14
OU Softball Complex (Norman, Okla.): Brooke
Mitchell, pitching in what would be her final
appearance in a UL uniform, kept Oregon at bay
while the offense opened a 6-1 lead. In Saturday’s
winner’s bracket contest Alison Horne’s two-out,
pinch-hit double in the top of the sixth inning
helped Oklahoma break a 3-3 tie and send the
host-Sooners to a 6-3 victory. UL’s stay at the
Norman Regional ended later Saturday when
Oregon took a 3-1 elimination game victory
behind the pitching of Alicia Cook.
Oklahoma 6, Louisiana 3 (May 21)
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WP: Keiter; LP: Heather Bobbitt
Oregon 3, Louisiana 1 (May 21)
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Louisiana
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WP: Cook; LP: Ashley Kirchberg
2006 - NCAA Regional No. 15
Tiger Park (Baton Rouge, La.): A dominant
pitching performance by Ashley Kirchberg and
clutch extra base hits from Danyele Gomez and
Holly Tankersley sparked a 2-0 victory over N.C.
State. LSU scored three unanswered runs to force
extra innings and a fielder’s choice allowed the
Tigers to scratch with the winning run in the 10th
inning of a 7-6 winner’s bracket final. The rematch
between the Cajuns and Tigers was once again
decided in the Tigers’ favor as a Vanessa Soto
sacrifice fly in the bottom of the seventh scored
Quinlan Duhon to send LSU to a 5-4 victory.
Louisiana 2, N.C. State 0 (May 19)
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WP: Ashley Kirchberg; LP: Sims
LSU 7, Louisiana 6 (10 inn. - May 20)
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WP: Turner; LP: Ashley Kirchberg
Louisiana 4, N.C. State 3 (9 inn. - May 20)
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Louisiana
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WP: Ashley Kirchberg; LP: Dalthorp
LSU 5, Louisiana 4 (May 21)
Team
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WP: Turner; LP: Ashley Kirchberg
2007 - NCAA College Station Regional
Aggie SB Complex (College Station, Texas):
Louisiana’s Ragin’ Cajuns stint in the College
Station Regional was short lived as UL went two
and out. Both games were one-run contests that
had to be settled in extra innings. The Cajuns
dropped a 4-3 decision in nine innings to Houston
in the opening game, before falling 2-1 in eight
innings to Sam Houston State.
Houston 4, Louisiana 3 (9 inn. - May 18)
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WP: Shamblin; LP: Brittany Cuevas
Sam Houston St. 2, Louisiana 1 (8 inn. - May 20)
Team
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Louisiana
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WP: Turner; LP: Brittany Cuevas
2008 - NCAA Baton Rouge Regional
Tiger Park (Baton Rouge, La.): Louisiana’s Ragin’
Cajuns advanced to their first ever NCAA Super
Regional appearance as they swept through the
NCAA Baton Rouge Regional. The Cajuns, playing
as the No. 2 seed, edged out East Carolina in
the first game, 2-1. In the winners’ bracket, the
Cajuns picked up an impressive 9-4 win over No. 9
National Seed LSU Tigers. Louisiana closed out the
Regional with 6-3 victory over LSU.
Louisiana 2, East Carolina 1 (May 16)
Team
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Louisiana
100010 X271
WP: Bourgeois; LP: Swann
Louisiana 9, LSU 4 (May 17)
Team
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LSU
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Louisiana
005 400 X 912 0
WP: Brignac; LP: Trahan
Louisiana 6, LSU 3 (May 18)
Team
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Louisiana
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LSU
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WP: Bourgeois; LP: Hofer
2008 - NCAA Houston Super Regional
Cougar SB Complex (Houston, Texas): Louisiana’s
Ragin’ Cajuns softball team advanced to the 2008
Women’s College World Series as they defeated No.
8 National Seed Houston on the road in the best of
three Super Regional. The appearance in the Super
Regional marked the first time the Cajuns had
advanced to the Super Regionals since the NCAA
implemented the two-round system in 2006. The
Cajuns came from behind in game one to take a
1-0 series lead, but a bad sixth inning in game two
forced a decisive game three. In the final game,
the Cajuns received a two-hit shutout by freshman
Ashley Brignac and home runs from seniors Holly
Tankersley and Vanessa Soto to advance to their
fifth World Series in program history.
Louisiana 6, Houston 4 (May 23)
Team
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Louisiana
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Houston
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WP: Brignac; LP: Shamblin
Houston 6, Louisiana 3 (May 24)
Team
123456 7 r he
Houston
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Louisiana
100010 1391
WP: Shamblin; LP: Cuevas
Louisiana 4, Houston 0 (May 24)
Team
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Houston
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Louisiana
100 021 X 410 1
WP: Brignac; LP: Shamblin
2008 - Women’s College World Series
Hall of Fame Stadium (Oklahoma City, Okla.): UL
made an appearance in the College World Series
for the second time under co-head coaches Stefni
and Michael Lotief…The Ragin’ Cajuns claimed the
first game of the WCWS by defeating No. 1 Florida,
3-2, thanks to a Holly Tankersley home run in the
eighth inning…Ashley Brignac recorded a seasonhigh 15 strikeouts in the game to pick up her 31st
win of the year…Louisiana fell 2-1 to Texas A&M
and 3-1 to Alabama to end their WCWS experience,
surrendering just one earned run combined in the
two ball games.
Louisiana 3, Florida 2 (8 inn. - May 29)
Team
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Louisiana
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Florida
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WP: Brignac; LP: Nelson
Texas A&M 2, Louisiana 1 (May 30)
Team
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Texas A&M 000100 1250
Louisiana
000001 0142
WP: Gibson; LP: Brignac
Alabama 3, Louisiana 1 (May 31-June 1)
Team
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Louisiana
000001 0152
Alabama
100020 X340
WP: Morgan; LP: Bourgeois
2009 - NCAA Waco Regional
Getterman Stadium (Waco, Texas): After
falling to tournament-host Baylor in the opening
round, Louisiana’s Ragin’ Cajuns softball team
put forth a valiant effort advancing out of the
losers’ bracket into the championship. UL would
defeat Northwestern and Texas State, setting
up a rematch of the Cajuns and the Bears in the
championship game. But hopes of advancing were
dashed when Baylor used a five-run, fifth inning to
seal the 6-1 win over UL.
Baylor 2, Louisiana 1 (May 15)
Team
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Louisiana
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Baylor
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WP: Canion; LP: Bourgeois
Louisiana 3, Northwestern 2 (May 16)
Team
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Louisiana
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WP: Bourgeois; LP: Delaney
2010 - NCAA Waco Regional
Tiger Park (Baton Rouge, La.): Despite entering
the tournament with a 1-5 record against ranked
opponents so far through 2010, the Cajuns posted
a three-game sweep through the Regional. The
Cajuns first defeated No.18 Texas A&M, then
knocked off the host, No.17 LSU, before downing
the Aggies again in the Championship Game. UL’s
pitching staff did not allow a run until the fourth
inning of the final game, a 6-1 victory.
Gabriele Bridges was named the Regionals MVP.
Donna Bourgeois, Brittany Cuevas, Vallie Gaspard
and Nerissa Myers all earned All-Regional honors
Louisiana 5, Texas A&M 0 (May 21)
Team
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Louisiana
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WP: Cuevas LP: Dumezich
Louisiana 1, LSU 0 (May 22)
Team
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LSU
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Louisiana
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WP: Bourgeois LP: Trahan
Louisiana 6, Texas A&M 1 (May 23)
Team
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Louisiana
000 410 1 514 0
Texas A&M 000100 0141
WP: Cuevas LP: Arbino
2010 - NCAA Los Angeles Super Regional
Easton Stadium (Los Angeles): The three-game
sweep in Baton Rouge earned the Cajuns a west
coast trip to meet the No.5 UCLA Bruins. The
Bruins used a seven run inning in each of the two
games to overpower UL. After the Super Regional,
UCLA went on to win the National Championship
in convincing fashion. The Bruins scored at least
five runs in all five of their Women’s College World
Series games. The Bruins posted a 10-0 overall
record in the 2010 postseason.
UCLA 10, Louisiana 2 (May 29)
Team
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Louisiana
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UCLA
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WP: Hacon LP: Bourgeois
UCLA 10, Louisiana 1 (May 30)
Team
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WP: Langenfeld LP: Cuevas
Postseason History
Hall of Fame Stadium (Oklahoma City, Okla.):
The Cajuns returned to the WCWS for the first
time in seven years…UL became the first school to
represent the Sun Belt Conference in the WCWS…
The appearance will best be remembered for
Danyele Gomez’s mammoth home run shot off
of Texas’ Cat Osterman…The Cajuns took the
‘Horns to the limit before UT’s Amber Hall hit a
one-out, two-run homer in the sixth to cap off the
Longhorns rally…Louisiana lost its next game to
eventual national champion UCLA.
Louisiana 7, Oregon 5 (May 20)
Team
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Louisiana
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Oregon
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WP: Brooke Mitchell; LP: Harris; SV: Heather
Bobbitt
2011 - NCAA Austin Regional
McCombs Field (Austin, Texas): The Cajuns fell
in the opening game to Houston but fouth their
way back to the championship game with back-toback victories, including a 5-3 triumph over No. 6
Texas. UL’s run would come to an end as Houston
defeated them 4-1 in the title game.
Houston 7, Louisiana 2 (May 20)
Team
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Houston
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Louisiana
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WP: Crabtree; LP: Brignac
Louisiana 11, Texas State 2 (May 21)
Team
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Louisiana
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WP: Brignac; LP: Taylor
Louisiana 5, Texas 3 (May 21)
Team
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Louisiana
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Texas
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WP: Brignac: LP: Fox
Houston 4, Louisiana 1 (May 22)
Team
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Houston
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Louisiana
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WP: Crabtree: LP: Brignac
Louisiana 5, Texas State 0 (May 17)
Team
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Louisiana
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WP: Brignac: LP: Hall
Baylor 6, Louisiana 1 (May 17)
Team
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Louisiana
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Baylor
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WP: Canion; LP: Brignac
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>>>>
1993 – Third Place
ASA Hall of Fame Stadium
Oklahoma City, Okla.
May 28-31, 1993
1993
The Cajuns advance
to the Women’s
College World Series
for the first time in
program history. UL
finished third and
captured a win over
eventual-champion
Arizona.
1995
The
second
appearance at the
Women’s College
World Series was
highlighted
by
Cheryl Longeway’s
no-hitter in the
opener.
1995 – Fifth Place
ASA Hall of Fame Stadium
Oklahoma City, Okla.
May 25-28, 1995
>>>>
>>>>
1996 – Fifth Place
Golden Park Stadium
Columbus, Ga.
May 23-27, 1996
1996
For the second
straight
season
the Ragin’ Cajuns
advanced to the
Women’s College
World
Series.
This year’s WCWS
was played in
Columbus, Ga.
>>>>
2003
The Cajuns earn a berth
to Oklahoma City for
the first time under cohead coaches Stefni and
Michael Lotief. This trip
will be remembered
for Danyele Gomez’s
mammoth home run off
of Texas’ Cat Osterman.
2003 – Seventh Place
ASA Hall of Fame Stadium
Oklahoma City, Okla.
May 22-26, 2003
ASA Hall of Fame Stadium
Oklahoma City, Okla.
May 29-June 4, 2008
>>>>
2008 – Fifth Place
2008
The second trip to
OKC under Stefni
and Michael Lotief’s
guidance saw the
Cajuns defeat No. 1
national seed Florida
in the opener.
2011 Ragin’ Cajuns Softball
2000
Ragin’ Cajuns Softball Park
Lafayette, La. • April 28-30, 2000
April 28
Louisiana 16, Louisiana Tech 0 (5 inn.)
Team
123 45
r he
Louisiana Tech 000 00
0 1 3
Louisiana
517 3X
1616 0
WP: Dunlap; LP: Pinkston
April 29
Louisiana 1, FIU 0
Team
123 456 7
r he
FIU
000 000 0
0 31
Louisiana
001 000 X
1 40
WP: Barbato; LP: Sigurdson; SV: Dunlap
April 30 (Championship Game)
Louisiana 2, Western Kentucky 0
Team
123 456 7
WKU
000 000 0
Louisiana
101 000 0
WP: Dunlap; LP: Swertfager
r he
0 11
2 40
May 15
Louisiana 3, FIU 0
Team
123 456 7
FIU
000 000 0
Louisiana
000 102 X
WP: Mitchell; LP: Nealer
r he
0 01
3 60
May 15 (Championship Game)
Louisiana 19, Middle Tennessee 0
Team
123 456 7
r he
Louisiana
207 036 1
1917 1
Middle Tennessee000 000 0
0 4 1
WP: Mitchell; LP: Hearld
2005
WKU Softball Field
Bowling Green, Ky. • May 12-14, 2005
Team
123 45
Louisiana
040 63
ULM
000 00
WP: Brignac; LP: Causey
r he
1314 0
0 34
2009
Lovelace Stadium
Denton, Texas • May 6-9, 2009
May 6
Louisiana-Monroe 1, Louisiana 0
Team
123 456 7
r he
La.-Monroe
000 010 0
1 23
Louisiana
010 000 0
0 30
WP: Causey; LP: Bourgeois
May 7
Louisiana 8, North Texas 3
Team
123 456 7
Louisiana
003 100 4
North Texas
000 300 0
WP: Bourgeois; LP: Lail
r he
811 0
3 4 0
r he
2 5 0
4 51
May 8
Louisiana 9, Louisiana-Monroe 1 (6 inn.)
Team
123 456 7
r he
La.-Monroe
100 010 -
1 51
Louisiana
700 002 -
912 1
WP: Cuevas; LP: Causey
r he
2 50
3 81
May 13
Louisiana 2, Western Kentucky 1
Team
123 456 7
WKU
100 000 0
Louisiana
020 000 X
WP: Bobbitt; LP: Lathrop
r he
1 70
2 20
May 8
Louisiana 3, FIU 0
Team
123 456 7
Louisiana
000 000 3
FIU
000 000 0
WP: Brignac; LP: McClain
r he
3 72
0 30
May 12
Louisiana 8, New Mexico State 4
Team
123 456 7
Louisiana
000 106 1
New Mexico St. 000 010 3
WP: Barbato; LP: Blok
r he
813 1
4 9 2
May 14 (Championship Game)
Louisiana 2, Western Kentucky 1
Team
123 456 7
Louisiana
200 000 0
WKU
001 000 0
WP: Mitchell; LP: Lathrop
r he
2 31
1 10
May 9
Louisiana 8, FIU 0 (5 inn.)
Team
123 456 7
FIU
000 00- -
Louisiana
402 11- -
WP: Bourgeois; LP: Barrett
r he
0 33
8 60
Louisiana 6, Middle Tennessee 5
Team
123 456 7
Middle Tennessee102 000 2
Louisiana
003 010 2
WP: Coronado; LP: Martinez
r he
5 9 0
6 80
May 13 (Championship Game)
Louisiana 6, Middle Tennessee 4
Team
123 456 7
Louisiana
100 140 0
Middle Tennessee100 021 0
WP: Barbato; LP: Preator
r he
6 82
4 11 1
Presley Askew Field
Las Cruces, N.M. • May 11-13, 2001
Sun Belt Tournament History
0 3 4
7 81
May 12
Louisiana 4, North Texas 2
Team
123 456 7
North Texas
000 020 0
Louisiana
110 011 X
WP: Bobbitt; LP: Fowler
2001
14
North Texas
000 000 0
Louisiana
200 302 X
WP: Mitchell; LP: Burnett
May 11
Louisiana 3, Western Kentucky 2
Team
123 456 7
WKU
000 002 0
Louisiana
200 001 X
WP: Coronado; LP: Giddens
2006
May 9
Louisiana 3, FIU 0
Team
123 456 7
Louisiana
000 104 3
Florida Atlantic 100 001 1
WP: Bourgeois; LP: Gressley
University Park
Miami, Fla. • May 11-13, 2006
r he
812 3
3 6 0
May 11
Louisiana 4, Troy 0
Team
123 456 7
Troy
000 000 0
Louisiana
001 003 X
WP: Lewallen; LP: Lopez
r he
0 41
4 40
University Park
Miami, Fla. • May 9-11, 2002
May 12
Louisiana 6, FIU 2
Team
123 456 7
FIU
000 001 1
Louisiana
011 022 X
WP: Kirchberg; LP: Eastman
r he
2 53
6 50
May 9
Louisiana 1, Middle Tennessee 0
Team
123 456 7
Middle Tennessee000 000 0
Louisiana
000 010 X
WP: Coronado; LP: Martinez
r he
0 5 0
1 40
May 13 (Championship Game)
Louisiana 7, FIU 4
Team
123 456 7
r he
Louisiana
012 400 0
711 5
FIU
200 020 0
4 90
WP: Lewallen; LP: Belanger; SV: Kirchberg
May 13
Louisiana 1, Florida Atlantic 0
Team
123 456 7
FAU
000 000 0
Louisiana
000 001 x
WP: Bourgeois LP: Barton
r he
0 00
1 60
May 10
Louisiana 1, FIU 0
Team
123 456 7
Louisiana
000 001 0
Fla. International 000 000 0
WP: Mitchell; LP: Nealer
r he
1 20
0 2 2
2007
May 15
Louisiana 6, La.-Monroe 1
Team
123 456 7
Louisiana
000 060 0
WKU
000 010 0
WP: Cuevas LP: Causey
r he
6 70
1 21
2002
May 11 (Championship Game)
Louisiana 6, Middle Tennessee 0
Team
123 456 7
Middle Tennessee000 000 0
Louisiana
000 006 X
WP: Coronado; LP: Martinez
r he
0 1 1
6 70
2003
WKU Softball Field
Bowling Green, Ky. • May 8-10, 2003
May 8
Louisiana 2, Western Kentucky 1
Team
123 456 7
r he
WKU
000 000 1
1 90
Louisiana
200 000 X
2 61
WP: Thoms; LP: Lathrop; SV: Mitchell
MT Softball Complex
Murfreesboro, Tenn. • May 9-12, 2007
May 10
Western Kentucky 4, Louisiana 1
Team
123 456 7
Louisiana
100 000 0
WKU
000 040 0
WP: Kempf; LP: Cuevas
May 16 (Championship Game)
Louisiana 8, Troy 0
Team
123 456 7
Louisiana
002 100 5
Troy
000 000 0
WP: Bourgeois LP: Williams
r he
1 71
4 51
2011
2008
Troy Softball Complex
Troy, Ala. • May 7-10, 2008
r he
0 11
610 2
May 10 (Championship Game)
Louisiana 6, FIU 2
Team
123 456 7
Louisiana
300 000 3
FIU
010 001 0
WP: Mitchell; LP: Nealer
r he
6 92
2 30
May 8
Louisiana 8, FIU 2
Team
123 456 7
FIU
001 000 1
Louisiana
100 241 X
WP: Brignac; LP: Satterfield
May 9
Louisiana 3, Western Kentucky 1
Team
123 456 7
Louisiana
100 100 1
WKU
000 000 1
WP: Bourgeois; LP: Kempf
May 13-14
Louisiana 7, North Texas 0
Team
123 456 7
r he
May 12
Louisiana 3, Middle Tennessee 1
Team
123 456 7
Middle Tenn.
000 010 0
Louisiana
101 010 x
WP: Cuevas LP: Vander Lugt
r he
6 6 0
5 92
May 7
Louisiana 8, Western Kentucky 0 (6 inn.)
Team
123 456
r he
WKU
000 000
0 31
Louisiana
010 304
8 71
WP: Brignac; LP: Kempf
Ragin’ Cajuns Softball Park
Lafayette, La. • May 13-15, 2004
Jaguar Field
Mobile, Ala. • May 12-15, 2010
May 9
North Texas 6, Louisiana 5
Team
123 456 7
North Texas
000 111 3
Louisiana
001 110 2
WP: Fowler; LP: Cuevas
May 9
Louisiana 6, FIU 0
Team
123 456 7
FIU
000 000 0
Louisiana
000 102 X
WP: Mitchell; LP: Laminack
2004
2010
May 10 (Championship Game)
Louisiana 13, ULM 0 (5 inn.)
Ragin’ Cajuns Softball
r he
1 4 3
3 71
r he
8 92
0 33
Lamson Park
Lafayette, La. • May 11-14, 2011
May 11
Louisiana 10, Middle Tennessee 3
Team
123 456 7
r he
Middle Tenn.
011 100 0
3 7 3
Louisiana
050 140 x 10 92
WP: Rodgers LP: Robinson
May 12
Louisiana 7, Troy 0
Team
123 456 7
Louisiana
030 200 2
Troy
001 002 0
WP: Brignac LP: Williams
r he
7 91
3 22
r he
2 30
810 1
May 13
Louisiana 10, South Alabama 0
Team
123 45
South Alabama 000 00
Louisiana
027 1x
WP: Brignac LP: Croft
r he
0 0 1
10 71
r he
3 91
1 22
May 14 (Championship Game)
Louisiana 8, Florida Atlantic 0
Team
123 45
Louisiana
142 21
Troy
000 00
WP: Brignac LP: Gressley
r he
8 60
0 22
Individual Records
HITTING
At Bats:
Runs: Hits:
RBI:
Doubles:
Triples:
Home Runs:
Total Bases:
Walks:
Hit By Pitch:
Strikeouts:
Stolen Bases: 6, Joy Webre
vs. Middle Tennesee (May 15, 2004)
4, Several times
Last: Holly Tankersley
vs. Middle Tennessee (May 15, 2004)
4, Joy Webre
vs. Middle Tennessee (May 15, 2004)
5, Six Times
Last: Christi Orgeron
vs. Florida Atlantic (May 14, 2011)
3, Jana Mower
vs. New Mexico State (May 12, 2001)
1, Three Times
Last: Lana Bowers
vs. Troy (May 15, 2010)
2, Four times
Last: Christi Orgeron
vs. Florida Atlantic (May 14, 2011)
9, Holly Tankersley
vs. Middle Tennessee (May 15, 2004)
3, Four Times
Last: Gabriele Bridges
vs. Troy (May 12, 2011)
1, Several times
Last: Gabriele Bridges
vs. Troy (May 12, 2011)
3, Several times
Last: Ashley Ray
vs. La.-Monroe (May 14, 2010)
2, Two times
Last: Katie Smith
vs. FIU (May 8, 2009)
Innings Pitched:
Hits: Runs: Earned Runs: Strikeouts: Walks: PITCHING
7.0, Several times
Last:Ashley Brignac
vs. Troy (May 12, 2011)
11, Micah Barbato
vs. Middle Tennessee (May 13, 2001)
5, Melissa Coronado
vs. Middle Tennessee (May 12, 2001)
5, Melissa Coronado
vs. Middle Tennessee (May 12, 2001)
16, Brooke Mitchell
vs. FIU (May 9, 2003)
6, Melissa Coronado
vs. Western Kentucky (May 11, 2001)
FIELDING
Putouts:
Assists: Errors: 16, Joy Webre
vs. FIU (May 9, 2003)
7, Several times
Last: Nerissa Myers
vs. Troy (May 15, 2010)
2, Four Times
Last: Megan Granger
vs. Middle Tennessee (May 11, 2011)
Team Records
HITTING
At Bats:
Runs:
Hits:
RBI:
Doubles:
Triples:
Home Runs: Total Bases:
Walks:
Hit By Pitch:
Strikeouts:
Stolen Bases:
38 vs. Middle Tennessee (May 15, 2004)
19 vs. Middle Tennessee (May 15, 2004)
17 vs. Middle Tennessee (May 15, 2004)
18 vs. Middle Tennessee (May 15, 2004)
3, Several times
Last: vs. Florida Atlantic (May 9, 2009)
1, Five Times
Last: vs. South Alabama (May 13, 2011)
6 vs. Middle Tennessee (May 15, 2004)
38 vs. Middle Tennessee (May 15, 2004)
13 vs. Middle Tennessee (May 15, 2004)
4 vs. Florida Atlantic (May 14, 2011)
11 vs. FIU (May 10, 2003)
3, Five Times
Last: vs. Troy (May 12, 2008)
Hits:
Runs:
Earned Runs:
Strikeouts:
Walks:
11 vs. Middle Tennessee (May 13, 2001)
5 vs. Middle Tennessee (May 12, 2001)
5 vs. Middle Tennessee (May 12, 2001)
16 vs. FIU (May 9, 2003)
6 vs. Western Kentucky (May 11, 2001)
Assists:
Errors:
DPs Turned:
17 vs. Middle Tennessee (May 12, 2001)
5 vs. FIU (May 13, 2006)
1, Five Times
Last: vs. Troy (May 15, 2010)
PITCHING
FIELDING
MISCELLANEOUS
Longest Game:
Shortest Game:
2:45 vs. Middle Tennessee (May 15, 2004)
1:25 vs. Middle Tennessee (May 11, 2002)
2011 Ragin’ Cajuns Softball
1990
1.UCLA
2. Fresno State
3.Arizona
4. Long Beach State
5. Cal State Fullerton
6. Oklahoma State
7.Louisiana
8.Oregon
9. California
10. Texas A&M
11. San Jose State
12.Iowa
13. Kansas
14. Florida State
15. Arizona State
16.Connecticut
17.UNLV
18.Indiana
New Mexico
20.Missouri
1992
1.UCLA
2.Arizona
3.California
4. Fresno State
5. Cal State Fullerton
6.UNLV
Oklahoma State
8. Utah State
9. Florida State
10. Cal State Northridge
11.Kansas
12.Louisiana
13. San Jose State
14.Connecticut
15. South Carolina
16.Missouri
17. Arizona State
18.Toledo
19. Long Beach State
20. Massachusetts
1993
1.UCLA
2. Cal State Northridge
3.Arizona
4. Oklahoma State
5. Florida State
6.UNLV
7. Long Beach State
8.Louisiana
9. California
10.Iowa
11. Fresno State
12.Kansas
13. Northern Illinois
14. Utah State
15. Cal State Fullerton
16. Cal State Sacramento
17.Michigan
18.Hofstra
19. Arizona State
20. Texas A&M
1994
1.Arizona
2.Louisiana
3. Cal State Northridge
4. Oklahoma State
5.UCLA
6. Fresno State
7.UNLV
8.Hawaii
9. Utah
10.Washington
11. Texas A&M
12.Oklahoma
13. Indiana
1995
1.UCLA
2.Arizona
3.UNLV
4. Cal State Fullerton
5. Louisiana
6.Iowa
7. Cal State Northridge
8. Fresno State
9. Michigan
10.Hawaii
11. Florida State
12.Oklahoma
13. Princeton
14.California
15.Washington
16. South Carolina
17. Oklahoma State
18.Nebraska
19. Notre Dame
20. Nicholls State
21. Sacramento State
22.Illinois-Chicago
23. Missouri
24. Illinois State
25.Connecticut
1996
1.Arizona
2.Washington
3.UCLA
4.Iowa
5.Louisiana
6.California
7.Michigan
8. Fresno State
9. Cal State Fullerton
10. South Carolina
11. Cal State Northridge
12.Oklahoma
13. Florida State
14.Princeton
15. Oklahoma State
16. South Florida
17.Nebraska
18.UNLV
19.Minnesota
20. Long Beach State
21. Texas A&M
22. Nicholls State
23.Indiana
24. Notre Dame
25.Boston
1997
1.Arizona
2.UCLA
3. Fresno State
4.Washington
5.Iowa
6.Michigan
7. South Carolina
8.Massachusetts
9. Colorado State
10. Oklahoma State
11.California
12.Missouri
13. Louisiana
14. South Florida
15. Long Beach State
16.Utah
17.Kansas
18.Oklahoma
19. Cal State Northridge
20. ULM
21.DePaul
22. Central Michigan
23. Arizona State
24. Michigan State
25.Nebraska
1999
1.UCLA
2.Washington
3.DePaul
4.California
5. Fresno State
6.Arizona
7. Arizona State
8. Southern Miss
9. Louisiana
10. Oregon State
11. Louisiana State
12.Maryland
13. Illinois-Chicago
14. Michigan State
15.Missouri
16.Michigan
17.Massachusetts
18.Texas
19. South Carolina
20. Nebraska
21.Hawaii
22.Minnesota
23. Oklahoma
24. Texas Tech
25.Oregon
2000
1.Oklahoma
2.UCLA
3.Airzona
4. Southern Miss
5.Washington
6.Alabama
7.California
8.DePaul
9. LSU
10. Arizona State
Fresno State
12. Oregon State
13. Michigan
14.Nebraska
15.Iowa
16.Oregon
17. Florida State
18.Stanford
19. Cal State Fullerton
20. Utah
21. Mississippi State
22.Louisiana
South Carolina
24. Notre Dame
25.Florida
2001
1.Arizona
2.UCLA
3.LSU
Stanford
5.Oklahoma
6.California
7.Iowa
8.Michigan
9. Arizona State
10.Alabama
11. Notre Dame
12. Cal State Fullerton
13. Washington
14.Nebraska
15. Florida State
16. SW Texas State
17.Louisiana
18.Pacific
19.DePaul
20. Oregon State
21. South Florida
22. Fresno State
23. South Carolina
24. San Diego State
25.Massachusetts
2003
1.UCLA
2.California
3.Arizona
4.Texas
5.Oklahoma
6.Washington
7.Alabama
8.Louisiana
9. DePaul
10. Cal State Fullerton
11.Georgia
12.Michigan
13. Nebraska
14. Oklahoma State
15.LSU
16.Oregon
17.Iowa
Texas A&M
19. Florida State
20. Arizona State
21. South Carolina
22. Southern Illinios
23. Stanford
24. Michigan State
25. South Florida
2004
1.UCLA
2.California
3.LSU
4.Stanford
5. Florida State
6.Oklahoma
7.Washington
8.Arizona
9Michigan
10.Louisiana
11.Georgia
12.Oregon
13.Alabama
14.Nebraska
15. Oregon State
16. South Florida
17.Illinois
18.Tennessee
19.Baylor
Long Beach State
21.Hofstra
22. Georgia Tech
23.Auburn
24. Southern Illinois
25. Fresno State
2005
1.Michigan
2.UCLA
3.Tennessee
4.Arizona
5. Texas
6.California
7.Alabama
8.DePaul
9.Georgia
10.Stanford
11. Texas A&M
12.Baylor
13.Oklahoma
14.Washington
15. Oregon State
16.Northwestern
17. Georgia Tech
18.Bethune-Cookman
19.Louisiana
20.Missouri
Auburn
22. Fresno State
23.Oregon
24.Iowa
25.Nebraksa
2006
1.Arizona
2.Northwestern
3.Tennessee
4.UCLA
5.Texas
6. Arizona State
7.Alabama
8. Oregon State
9.California
10.Michigan
11.LSU
12.Stanford
13.Georgia
14.Nebraska
15.Washington
16.Louisiana
17.Louisville
18. South Florida
Oklahoma
20.Baylor
21.Auburn
22. Texas A&M
23. Fresno State
24.Massachusetts
25. Florida State
2008
1. Arizona State
2. Texas A&M
3.Florida
4.Alabama
5.UCLA
6.Louisiana
7.Arizona
8. Virginia Tech
9.Michigan
10.Oklahoma
11.Stanford
12.Northwestern
13.Houston
14.Tennessee
15. Fresno State
16.California
17.Georgia
18.LSU
19.Missouri
20. North Carolina
21.Nevada
22.DePaul
23. Long Beach State
24. San Diego State
25.UMass
DID YOU
KNEAUX??
2009
1. Washington (30)
2. Florida
3. Alabama
4. Georgia
5. Arizona State
6. Michigan
7. Arizona
8. Missouri
9. UCLA
10. Stanford
11. California
12. Ohio State
13. Georgia Tech
14. UMass
15. Baylor
16. Oklahoma
17. North Carolina
18. Northwestern
19. LSU
20. Tennessee
21. North Dakota State
22. Florida State
23. DePaul
24. Jacksonville State
25. Louisiana
The Ragin’ Cajuns
softball team has
finished the season
ranked in the Top
25 nineteen (19)
times since 1990.
2010
1. UCLA (30)
2. Arizona
3. Geogria
4. Tennessee
5. Washington
6. Florida
7. Hawaii
8. Missouri
9. Alabama
10. Michigan
11. Oklahoma
12. Arizona State
13. California
14. Oregon
15. BYU
16. Louisiana
17. Georgia Tech
18. Texas
19. LSU
20. Texas A&M
21. Stanford
22. Ohio State
23. Oklahoma State
24. North Carolina
25. Illinois
The
Cajuns
finished the 1994
season second in
the NCAA, their
highest end of the
year ranking in
school history.
The Ragin’ Cajuns
have finished in
the Top 10 nine (9)
times since 1990.
In 2002 and 2007,
UL finished just out
of the rankings,
closing out the
season 26th and
29th, respectively.
2011
1. Arizona
2. Florida
3. Alabama
4. Baylor
5. California
6. Missouri
7. Oklahoma
8. Oklahoma State
9. Georgia
10. Stanford
11. Arizona
12. Washington
13. Kentucky
14. Texas A&M
15. Oregon
16. Houston
17. Michigan
18. Tennessee
19. UCLA
20. Texas
21. Nebraska
22. LSU
23. Louisiana
24. Tulsa
Depaul
www.RaginCajuns.com
Final Poll History
1991
1.UCLA
2. Fresno State
3. Cal State Fullerton
4. Arizona State
5.UNLV
6.California
7.Arizona
8.Iowa
9. Texas A&M
10. Oklahoma State
11.Missouri
12. Florida State
13. San Jose State
14.Louisiana
15.Minnesota
16. New Mexico
17. South Carolina
18. Long Beach State
19.Michigan
20. Massachusetts
14.Oregon
15. South Carolina
16.California
17.DePaul
18.Kansas
19.Illinois-Chicago
20. Cal State Fullerton
Hofstra
22. Florida State
23. SW Missouri State
Iowa
25. Long Beach State
Virginia
15
2011 Ragin’ Cajuns Softball
ALL AMERICANS
Ragin’ Cajuns All-American Quick Facts
• Current Ragin’ Cajuns head coach Stefni (Whitton)
Lotief was Louisiana’s first-ever All-American in 1989.
She became the first, First Team All-American a year
later (1990).
• The Cajuns had at least one All-American for eight
straight seasons (1999-2006) and 19 of the last 22
seasons (1989-2010).
• Louisiana has had 13 first-team selections – the fifth
most among all Division I programs in NCAA history.
Brooke Mitchell
2004 First Team
All-American
• The Ragin’ Cajuns had six players named All-Americans
during the 1994 and 1995 seasons. Nine (9) times
UL has had more than one All-American in a single
season.
• Twenty (20) different student-athletes have combined
to give Louisiana its 37 All-American awards.
• In 2004, Brooke Mitchell (2002-05) joined Stefni
Whitton (1987-90), Kyla Hall (1991-94) and Cheryl
Longeway (1995-96) as the only pitchers in program
history to be named first team All-Americans.
• Eleven (11) players have been named All-American
twice.
16
Holly Tankersley
2008 First Team
All-American
• In 2006, Danyele Gomez (2003-06) became only the
fifth student-athlete in UL softball
history to earn All-American status
three times in a career. She joined
Lynn Britton (1993-96), Kyla Hall
(1991-94), Stephanie DeFeo (1994-97)
and Tiffany Clark (1997-00).
Alana Addison
2001 All-American
Ragin’ Cajuns Softball
Karli Hubbard
2009 All-American
2011 Ragin’ Cajuns Softball
Retired Jerseys
(prior to 2001)
1_______ Stefni WHITTON
2_________ Lynn BRITTON
11___________ Kyla HALL
14_______ Kim EISNAUGLE
20____ Stacie GREMILLION
32________ Sandy PERCLE
34________ Lesley ZELLER
Danyele Gomez
2003 All-American
2005 All-American
2006 First Team All-American
1989
Stefni Whitton
1990
Stefni Whitton (1st)
1991
Dorsey Steamer
1999
Tiffany Clark
Kelli Bruce
2000
Tiffany Clark (1st)
Jana Mower
2001
Alana Addison
1992
Dorsey Steamer (1st)
Cathy Sconzo
Kyla Hall
2002
Becky McMurtry
1993
Kyla Hall (1st)
Lynn Britton
2003
Danyele Gomez
Becky McMurtry
1994
Kyla Hall (1st)
Kathy Morton (1st)
Lynn Britton
Stephanie DeFeo (1st)
Alyson Habetz
Lana Jimenez
2004
Brooke Mitchell (1st)
1995
Cheryl Longeway (1st)
Kathy Morton (1st)
Lynn Britton
Stephanie DeFeo
Lana Jimenez
Tiffany Whittall
1996
Cheryl Longeway (1st)
Lynn Britton
1997
Stephanie DeFeo
Tiffany Clark
17
2005
Danyele Gomez
2006
Danyele Gomez (1st)
2008
Holly Tankersley (1st)
2009
Karli Hubbard
2011
Gabriele Bridges
Christi Orgeron
Becky McMurtry
2002 All-American
2003 All-American
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Honors and Awards
NFCA
All-Region Teams
18
1984
Allison Gray
Stacie Gremillion
1985
Stacie Gremillion
Sharen Wynn
1988
Janine Johnson
1989
Stefni Whitton
Jane Bellue
Laura Boudreaux
Cathy Sconzo
Dorsey Steamer
1990
Janine Johnson
Michelle Mazac
Cathy Sconzo
Dorsey Steamer
Stefni Whitton
Lisa Wood
1991
Kyla Hall
Dorsey Steamer
Heather Turnbow
Alyson Habetz
Trish Leidy
Michelle Mazac
1992
Alyson Habetz
Kyla Hall
Kathy Morton
Cathy Sconzo
Dorsey Steamer
1993
Lynn Britton
Alyson Habetz
Kyla Hall
Kathy Morton
Heather Neville
1994
Lynn Britton
Stephanie DeFeo
Alyson Habetz
Kyla Hall
Lana Jimenez
Kathy Morton
1995
Lynn Britton
Stephanie DeFeo
Lana Jimenez
Cheryl Longeway
Kathy Morton
Tiffany Whittall
1996
Lynn Britton
Cheryl Longeway
Stephanie DeFeo
Nikki Dooley
Lana Jimenez
1997
Tiffany Clark
Stephanie DeFeo
Lori Osterberg
Joni Podhorez
Lana Jimenez
Jennifer Clendenin
1998
Jana Mower
1999
Michele Bailon
Melissa Coronado
Tiffany Clark
Jana Mower
2000
Tiffany Clark
Kim Dunlap
Jana Mower
2001
Alana Addison
Melissa Coronado
Jerie Alexander
2002
Alana Addison
Melissa Coronado
Jerie Alexander
Becky McMurtry
2003
Brooke Mitchell
Becky McMurtry
Danyele Gomez
2004
Brooke Mitchell
Holly Tankersley
2005
Danyele Gomez
Brooke Mitchell
Brittany Bryant
Jill Robertson
2006
Danyele Gomez
Ashley Kirchberg
Lacey Bertucci
Ashley Evans
2007
Holly Tankersley
2008
Holly Tankersley
Vanessa Soto
Ashley Brignac
2009
Donna Bourgeois
Karli Hubbard
Melissa Verde
2010
Vallie Gaspard
Christi Orgeron
Donna Bourgeois
CoSIDA Academic
All-Americans
1990
Cathy Sconzo
Stefni Whitton
1992
Alyson Habetz
1993
Melody Mohar
1994
Alyson Habetz
Melody Mohar
1995
Lynn Britton
Stephanie DeFeo
1996
Lynn Britton
Stephanie DeFeo
Joni Podhorez (District VI)
1997
Joni Podhorez
2004
Brooke Mitchell
2005
Brooke Mitchell
All-Southland
1983
Kim Eisnaugle
Sandy Percle
Ursula Quoyeser
Sharen Wynn
1984
Kim Eisnaugle (1st)
Allison Gray (1st)
Stacie Gremillion (1st)
Sandy Percle (1st)
Sharen Wynn (1st)
Debbie Graham (2nd)
Ursula Quoyeser(2nd)
1985
Donna Crooks (1st)
Kim Eisnaugle (1st)
Allison Gray (1st)
Stacie Gremillion (1st)
Sandy Percle (1st-DH, 2nd-P)
Sharen Wynn (1st)
Michelle Keefer Colon (2nd)
Charie Hayes (2nd)
1986
Kim Eisnaugle (1st)
Allison Gray (1st)
Stacie Gremillion (1st)
Sandy Percle (1st)
Alisa Smith (1st)
Lesley Zeller (1st)
Jane Bellue (2nd)
Donna Crooks (2nd)
1987
Marria Blackwell (1st)
Molly Early (1st)
Allison Gray (1st)
Stacie Gremillion (1st)
Lesley Zeller (1st)
Jane Bellue (2nd)
Janine Johnson (2nd)
Stefni Whitton (2nd)
Southland
Pitcher of the Year
1983
Kim Eisnaugle
1984
Kim Eisnaugle
1985
Kim Eisnaugle
Southland
Hitter of the Year
1983
Sandy Percle
1984
Sandy Percle
1987
Stacie Gremillion
All-Sun Belt
2000
Micah Barbato (1st)
Kim Dunlap (1st)
Jana Mower (1st)
Michele Bailon (1st)
Alana Addison (1st)
Tiffany Clark (1st)
Jerie Alexander (2nd)
Ragin’ Cajuns Softball
Summar Lapeyrouse (2nd)
2001
Melissa Coronado (1st)
Jana Mower (1st)
Jill Robertson (1st)
Alana Addison (1st)
Jerie Alexander (1st)
Missy Martin (2nd)
2002
Melissa Coronado (1st)
Brooke Mitchell (1st)
Joy Webre (1st)
Summar Lapeyrouse (1st)
Jill Robertson (1st)
Alana Addison (1st)
Becky McMurtry (1st)
Jerie Alexander (1st)
Missy Martin (1st)
Crystal George (2nd)
2003
Brooke Mitchell (1st)
Brittany Bryant (1st)
Becky McMurtry (1st)
Danyele Gomez (1st)
Summar Lapeyrouse (2nd)
Crystal George (2nd)
2004
Brooke Mitchell (1st)
Tiffany Hebert (1st)
Danyele Gomez (1st)
Holly Tankersley (1st)
Ashley Evans (1st)
Lacey Bertucci (2nd)
2005
Brooke Mitchell (1st)
Joy Webre (1st)
Lacey Bertucci (1st)
Danyele Gomez (1st)
Jill Robertson (1st)
Ashley Evans (1st)
Heather Bobbitt (2nd)
Brittany Bryant (2nd)
Codi Runyan (2nd)
Tiffany Hebert (2nd)
2006
Ashley Kirchberg (1st)
Lacey Bertucci (1st)
Brittany Bryant (1st)
Danyele Gomez (1st)
Ashley Evans (1st)
Krystal Lewallen (2nd)
2007
Lacey Bertucci (1st)
Brittany Cuevas (1st)
Karli Hubbard (1st)
Holly Tankersley (1st)
2008
Lana Bowers (1st)
Ashley Brignac (1st)
Vallie Gaspard (1st)
Vanessa Soto (1st)
Holly Tankersley (1st)
Donna Bourgeois (2nd)
Karli Hubbard (2nd)
2009
Donna Bourgeois (1st)
Lana Bowers (1st)
Karli Hubbard (1st)
Melissa Verde (1st)
Gabriele Bridges (2nd)
Christi Orgeron (2nd)
Katie Smith (2nd)
2010
Donna Bourgeois (1st)
Lana Bowers (1st)
Vallie Gaspard (1st)
Gabriele Bridges (2nd)
Christi Orgeron (2nd)
Sun Belt Conference
Commissioner’s List
1999-00
Summar Lapeyrouse
2000-01
Rhagen Austin
Jessica Clarke
Erica Enright
Jana Mower
Jill Robertson
2002-03
Tiffany Hebert
Summar Lapeyrouse
Becky McMurtry
Rachel Reese
Jill Robertson
Joy Webre
2003-04
Christine Collins
Tiffany Hebert
Jill Robertson
2004-05
Kelsey Cammarata
Tiffany Hebert
Brooke Mitchell
Jill Robertson
2005-06
Meagan Godwin
Deserea Griffin
Amanda Hill
2006-07
Kelly Cormier
Brittany Cuevas
Meagan Godwin
Shari Sigur
Courtney Trahan
2007-08
Ashley Brignac
Kelly Cormier
Meagan Godwin
Christi Orgeron
Shari Sigur
Vanessa Soto
Courtney Trahan
2008-09
Donna Bourgeois
Ashley Brignac
Kelly Cormier
Shari Sigur
Courtney Trahan
2009-10
Ashley Brignac
Kelly Cormier
Btittany Cuevas
Sarah Draheim
Vallie Gaspard
Amanda Hill
Kaitlin Smith
Courtney Trahan
Megan Waterman
Sun Belt Conference
Honor Roll
2000-01
Jerie Alexander
Tiffany Grayson
Summar Lapeyrouse
Missy Martin
Cyndy Repeci
2001-02
Alana Addison
Jerie Alexander
Ashley Evans
Tiffany Grayson
Michael Parrott
Jill Robertson
Afton Thoms
Lara Vetoyaris
Joy Webre
2002-03
Michelle Bergeaux
Brittany Bryant
Lauren Castle
Brooke Mitchell
Michael Parrott
Leslie Pierce
2003-04
Michelle Bergeaux
Desi Chatman
Brooke Mitchell
Afton Thoms
2004-05
Michelle Bergeaux
Ashley Evans
Karli Hubbard
Jessica Lemoine
Leslie Pierce
Heather Warren
Joy Webre
2005-06
Brittany Bryant
Kelsey Cammarata
Ashley Evans
Adele Files
Amy Helo
Jessica Lemoine
Krystal Lewallen
Leslie Pierce
Codi Runyan
Shari Sigur
Heather Warren
2006-07
Vallie Gaspard
Amy Helo
Amanda Hill
Jessica Lemoine
Monique Prejean
2007-08
Donna Bourgeois
Brooke Brodhead
Paige Cormier
Vallie Gaspard
Laura Anne Hagle
Amanda Hill
Karli Hubbard
Monique Prejean
Katie Smith
2008-09
Gabriele Bridges
Brittany Cuevas
Nichole Goff
Megan Granger
Laura Hagle
Kayln Harris
Amanda Hill
Karli Hubbard
Christi Orgeron
Callie Philen
Katie Smith
2009-10
Donna Bourgeois
Paige Cavallin
Brianna Cherry
Jessica Dupont
Jennifer Martin
Nerissa Myers
Christine Orgeron
Callie Philen
Ashley Ray
Jensen Tydelski
Melissa Verde
Louisiana
Player of the Year
1987
Stacie Gremillion
1989
Stefni Whitton
1993
Kyla Hall
1994
Kyla Hall
1995
Kathy Morton
1996
Cheryl Longeway
2005
Danyele Gomez
Louisiana
Hitter of the Year
2003
Becky McMurtry
2006
Danyele Gomez
2008
Holly Tankersley
Louisiana
Pitcher of the Year
2003
Brooke Mitchell
2004
Brooke Mitchell
2005
Brooke Mitchell
2008
Ashley Brignac
2009
Donna Bourgeois
2010
Donna Bourgeois
Coaches’ Honors
NSCA
Coach of the Year
1990
Yvette Girouard
1993
Yvette Girouard
NFCA South-Region
Coaching Staff
of the Year
2010
Stefni Lotief, Michael Lotief
and Chris Malveaux
South Region
Coach of Year
1990
Yvette Girouard
1991
Yvette Girouard
1992
Yvette Girouard
1993
Yvette Girouard
1994
Yvette Girouard
Southland
Coach of the Year
1984
Yvette Girouard
1985
Yvette Girouard
1987
Yvette Girouard
Sun Belt
Coach of the Year
2000
Yvette Girouard
2001
Stefni Lotief
2002
Louisiana
Stefni Lotief
1997
Tiffany Clark
2001
Jill Robertson
2002
Brooke Mitchell
2003
Danyele Gomez
2004
Holly Tankersley
2008
Donna Bourgeois
2009
Christi Orgeron
Stefni Lotief
Freshman of the Year
Louisiana
Newcomer of the Year
1986
Jane Bellue
1987
Marria Blackwell
1988
Carmen Gardovsky
1993
Lynn Britton
1994
Stephanie DeFeo
1995
Cheryl Longeway
1998
Jana Mower
2002
Becky McMurtry
2006
Krystal Lewallen
LADA
Player of the Year
1987
Stacie Gremillion
1993
Kyla Hall
1994
Kyla Hall
1996
Cheryl Longeway
2004
2005
Stefni Lotief
2006
Stefni Lotief
2010
Stefni Lotief
Louisiana
Coach of the Year
1987
Yvette Girouard
1989
Yvette Girouard
1990
YvetteGirouard
1993
Yvette Girouard
1994
Yvette Girouard
1995
Yvette Girouard
1996
Yvette Girouard
1999
Yvette Girouard
2000
Yvette Girouard
2003
Stefni Lotief
2004
Stefni Lotief
2005
Stefni Lotief
2008
Stefni Lotief
2011 Ragin’ Cajuns Softball
Player of the Year
2000
Tiffany CLARK
Set school records for hits,
batting average, runs, RBI, doubles,
extra base hits and total bases.
In 2000, she hit .388 with a careerbest 13 home runs and drove in 67.
Posted a team-best 73 hits and
finished with 28 extra baggers (10
doubles, 5 triples, 13 home runs).
2005
2006
2002
2003
2001
Alana ADDISON
Becky McMURTRY
Became the first shortstop in
program history to be named AllAmerican.
Named NCAA Division I RBI
Champion and set the school record
for home runs with 15.
Finished with a .416 average and
led the team with 23 RBI in SBC play.
In 2003, became the first player in
league history to win the award in
back-to-back years.
Hit .426 during regular season
play with 13 homers and 49 RBI.
In 2002, hit .451 in Sun Belt play
and ended the regular season with
14 home runs and 52 RBI.
2009
2008
Danyele GOMEZ
Holly TANKERSLEY
Karli HUBBARD
Picked up her first Player of the
Year honor after leading the SBC in
hits (61), home runs (18), RBI (62)
and total bases (126) in 2005.
Earned repeat honors in 2006
after winning the Sun Belt’s “Triple
Crown”. Led the SBC with a .456
average, 28 home runs and 64 RBI.
Led the Sun Belt in batting
average (.441), hits (86), runs (59),
RBI (74), home runs (23) and total
bases (173) en route to a first-team
All-America selection.
Helped the Cajuns to a 19-3 Sun
Belt Conference record and their
eighth SBC Tournament title in nine
years.
Ranked nationally in batting
average and toughest to strike
out. The senior led the Sun Belt in
batting average (.455), base hits
(70) and runs scored (40) for the
regular season.
Helped UL to a 45-13 record
and was named NFCA Third Team
All-American.
Pitcher of the Year
2000
Tournament.
2006
2003
2004
2005
Melissa CORONADO
In 2002, led the Cajuns with six
victories and a 1.17 ERA in Sun Belt
play. Posted three shutouts and
allowed just seven earned runs in
42 innings.
In 2001, posted a school-record
35 wins. Went 11-1 in SBC play with
a 0.96 ERA. Ended the season with
200 strikeouts.
Brooke MITCHELL
In 2005, led the SBC in strikeouts
(330) and ERA (0.77).
In 2004, ended the regular
season with a 0.55 ERA and
became just the 12th player in
NCAA history to win 40 or more
games in a season.
In 2003, went 20-6 in the regular
season with 217 strikeouts.
Ashley KIRCHBERG
Led the league with 23 victories
(23-1) and went undefeated in
league play (8-0). Topped the Sun
Belt with a 1.77 ERA and 12 complete
game shutouts.
Was the only Sun Belt pitcher with
over a 100 innings pitched that held
opponents below 100 hits (87 hits
over 150.2 innings).
2008
2009
Ashley BRIGNAC
Led the Ragin’ Cajuns pitching staff
and the Sun Belt with 31 wins (tied
UL freshman record for victories).
Led the SBC with 327 strikeouts a new UL freshman record. Posted
17 double-digit strikeout games,
including a season best 15 Ks against
No. 1 Florida in the Women’s College
World Series.
Donna BOURGEOIS
Posted a league-best 30 wins in
36 starts on the year, including 14
shutouts.
Led the league with a 1.07 ERA
and fanned 297 batters in 235.1
innings.
Struck a career-high 14 batters
on two occassions against Ole Miss
and McNeese State.
Sun Belt Honors
Kim DUNLAP
Captured 18 wins, leading the
pitching staff, and posted a careerbest 126 strikeouts.
Hurling 171 innings, emerged as
the leader of a very talented threepitcher rotation.
Tossed 12 innings of shutout ball
and posted two wins in the SBC
2001
2002
Freshman of the Year
2002
2001
Jill ROBERTSON
Finished second in the Sun Belt
with 57 runs scored and posted 60
base hits.
Ended with a .303 batting
average and finished the season
with 15 multi-hit games and five
multi-RBI games.
Hit 15 doubles and had 18 stolen
bases.
2004
2003
Brooke MITCHELL
Posted an 18-5 regular season
record and ended the campaign
with 20 victories.
Was 8-0 in Sun Belt play, fanned
150 batters in 140 innings and led all
Sun Belt pitchers in victories.
Led the Cajuns pitching staff in
victories, innings and strikeouts.
Danyele GOMEZ
Hit a new school-record 20 home
runs (17 in the regular season)
and ended the season with a .364
batting average.
Finished the season with 140
total bases and 32 extra base hits.
Hit .407 in SBC play with four
homers and 20 RBI.
Holly TANKERSLEY
The power hitter from Kirbyville,
Texas, doubled both as a pitcher
and hitter.
Set the school record for home
runs with 21 and led the team with
a .346 average and 53 RBI.
Was 10-1 in the circle with six
victories in Sun Belt play.
2007
2009
Brittany CUEVAS
Led the Ragin’ Cajuns pitching
staff during the 2007 season.
Earned 31 wins on the year,
hurling 292.0 innings and fanning
303 batters.
Boasted a 1.99 earned run
average, with 10 shutouts to her
credit. Held opponents to a .209
batting average.
Christi ORGERON
Showed her ability to bounce
back after raising her batting
average from .193 to .300 in a
month, ending the season at .292.
Led all Sun Belt freshmen in
home runs with eight and racked
up 38 hits. Was strong in league
play, hitting .329 at the plate with
23 hits and 21 RBI.
19
Newcomer of the Year
2002
Becky McMURTRY
Transferred from Illinois State and
led the Cajuns in batting average (.406),
runs (58), doubles (23), total bases (151),
slugging percentage (.766), on-base
percentage (.515) and assists (150).
Had a streak of 10 straight games
with at least one double and ranked
seventh in the NCAA for doubles per
game.
2008
Vanessa SOTO
Transferred to Louisiana after three
seasons at LSU. Set the UL record and
finished first in the NCAA with eight
sacrifice flies.
Led the Sun Belt Conference with
23 doubles and was second in the
conference to Holly Tankersley in hits
(74) and RBI (67).
>>>>
Brooke Mitchell is the only
three-time Pitcher of the Year
in Sun Belt history.
The Cajuns All-American
took home the award in three
consecutive seasons (2003, ‘04,
‘05).
In the only season in which
she was not Pitcher of the
Year (2002), Mitchell was the
conference’s Freshman of the
Year.
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Batting
Individual Records
Danyele GOMEZ
Alana ADDISON
20
Becky McMURTY
Statistics
Game
Season
Career
Batting Average
---------
.442
Danyele Gomez
2006
.402
Becky McMurtry
2002-03
At Bats
8
T. Leidy, K. Morton & C.
Sconozo
vs. Northwestern St. (4/9/92)
224
Jerie Alexander
2002
811
Jerie Alexander
1999-2002
Runs Scored
5 (five times)
Most Recent: Danyele Gomez
vs. Grambling (2/10/06)
77 (two times)
Most Recent: Nerissa Myers
2011
230
Jerie Alexander
1999-2002
Hits
5 (four times)
Most Recent: Jerie Alexander
vs. Massachusetts (5/16/02)
92
Danyele Gomez
2006
288
Tiffany Clark
1997-2000
Extra Base Hits
4 (two times)
Most Recent: Danyele Gomez
vs. New Mexico State (4/13/03)
48
Christi Orgeron
2011
137
Danyele Gomez
2003-2006
Doubles
3 (four time)
Most Recent: Christi Orgeron
vs. South Alabama (4/17/10)
24
Kelli Bruce
1998
65
Jana Mower
1998-2001
Triples
2 (three times)
Most Recent: Crystal George
vs. Purdue (2/20/05)
8
Lana Jimenez
1995 and 1997
19
Lana Jimenez
1994-1997
Home runs
2 (several times)
Most Recent: Lana Bowers
at Middle Tennessee (4/6/10)
30
Danyele Gomez
2006
83
Danyele Gomez
2003-2006
RBI
11
Tiffany Whittall
vs. Samford (4/15/95)
101
Christi Orgeron
2011
246
Danyele Gomez
2003-2006
Total bases
13 (two times)
Most Recent: Danyele Gomez
vs. Miss. Valley State (3/14/06)
199
Danyele Gomez
2006
588
Danyele Gomez
2003-2006
Slugging Percentage
---------
.957
Danyele Gomez
2006
.769
Becky McMurtry
2002-2003
Stolen bases
4 (four times)
Most Recent: Katie Smith
vs. FIU (4/6/11)
51
Dorsey Steamer
1992
149
Dorsey Steamer
1989-1992
Walks
4 (nine times)
Most Recent: Gabriele Bridges
vs. Houston Baptist (2/21/11)
61 (two times)
Most recent: Gabriele Bridges
2011
157
Holly Tankersley
2004, 2006-08
Hit by pitch
2 (several times)
Most Recent: Nerissa Myers
vs. Bryant (2/12/10)
17
Becky McMurtry
2002
34
Jill Robertson
2001-2003, 2005
Sacrifice hits
3 (two times)
Most Recent: Heather Bertrand
vs. Washington (3/20/99)
23
Jerie Alexander
2000
68
Cathy Sconzo
1989-1992
Sacrifice flies
2 (three times)
Most Recent: Joy Webre
vs. Middle Tennessee (4/5/03)
8
Vanessa Soto
2008
18
Alana Addison
1999-2002
Hitting Streak
---------
25 games
Kelli Bruce
Mar. 16 - Apr. 23, 1999
---------
DID YOU KNEAUX??
• On April 15, 1995, Tiffany Whittall set the NCAA record with 11 RBI against Samford. Whittall belted a pair of grand
slams in the contest.
• Tiffany Whittall and Danyele Gomez are tied for third in NCAA history with 13 total bases in a game. Whittall
accomplished the feat against Samford on April 15, 1995. Gomez matched the effort on March 14, 2006 against
Mississippi Valley State.
• In 2006, Gomez led the nation in runs scored (77), home runs (30) and slugging percentage (.957). Her 77 runs
scored and .957 slugging percentage is good enough for 17th in NCAA history, while her 30 homers is tied for third
best.
• Lacey Bertucci led the nation with 61 walks in 2007, while in 2001, Alana Addison led the nation with 79 runs batted
in, tying her for 15th in NCAA history.
Holly TANKERSLEY
•
Jerie Alexander, Brittany Bryant, Danyele Gomez, Jana Mower, Jill Robertson and Dorsey Steamer all finished their
UL career with NCAA career marks. Alexander ranks 11th in NCAA history with 230 runs scored, while Bryant is 29th
with 127 career walks. Gomez holds two career marks. She ranks fourth in the NCAA with 83 home runs and fifth
with 246 RBI. Mower is tied for 10th with 65 career doubles, while Robertson ranks ninth with 34 times being hit by
a pitch. Steamer ranks 12th in NCAA history with 149 stolen bases in her career.
* All rankings as of January 2010
Ragin’ Cajuns Softball
2011 Ragin’ Cajuns Softball
Pitching
Game
Season
Career
Earned Run Average
---------
0.23
Kyla Hall
1992
0.50
Kyla Hall
1991-1994
Appearances
---------
53
Brooke Mitchell
2004
160
Brooke Mitchell
2002-2005
Games Started
---------
49
Brooke Mitchell
2004
146
Brooke Mitchell
2002-2005
Victories
---------
45
Brooke Mitchell
2004
119
Brooke Mitchell
2002-2005
Win/Loss Percentage
---------
.912 (31-3)
Kyla Hall
1994
.839 (104-20)
Kyla Hall
1991-1994
Complete Games
---------
36
Cheryl Longeway (1996)
Melissa Coronado (2001)
114
Kyla Hall
1991-1994
Innings Pitched
21.0
Kyla Hall
vs. Northwestern State (4/9/92)
315.2
Brooke Mitchell
2004
908.2
Brooke Mithell
2002-2005
Shutouts
---------
21
Kyla Hall
1994
56
Kyla Hall
1991-1994
No-Hitters
---------
8
Kyla Hall
1994
17
Kyla Hall
1991-1994
Perfect Games
---------
5
Kyla Hall
1994
5
Kyla Hall
1994
Strikeouts
22
Brooke Mitchell
2004
524
Brooke Mitchell
2004
1,309
Brooke Mitchell
2002-2005
Fewest Walks
---------
4
Stefni Whitton
1990
60
Stefni Whitton
1987-1990
Statistics
Game
Season
Career
Putouts
21
Joy Webre
vs. Nevada (2/28/04)
629
Joy Webre
2004
1,818
Joy Webre
2002-2005
Assists
10
Sharen Wyn
vs. McNeese State (4/1/84)
157
Summar Lapeyrouse
2001
538
Alana Addison
1999-2002
Fielding Percentage
---------
.998 (three times)
Most Recent:
Lana Bowers (2008)
.994
Tiffany Whittall
1992-1995
Fielding
Brooke MITCHELL
Kyla HALL
21
Cheryl LONGEWAY
DID YOU KNEAUX??
•
In the circle, Brooke Mitchell and Kyla Hall set a pair of NCAA top marks for a single season. Mitchell finished the
2004 season with 45 victories, which is tied for fifth best in NCAA history. She ranks eighth in the NCAA for strikeouts.
Mitchell posted a Ragin’ Cajuns record 524 K’s in 2004. Hall completed the 1994 season with a .912 win-loss
percentage which is good enough for 20th in NCAA history. Her 31-3 overall record remains atop the singleseason record book. Hall compiled a miniscule 0.23 earned run average in 1992. Her ERA still ranks 18th in NCAA
history.
•
The pair of Kyla Hall and Brooke Mitchell combined for four NCAA career marks. Hall’s 104-20 (.839) career record
is 14th best in NCAA career history. Mitchell has three school records that rank in the NCAA top-25. Her 119 career
victories places her in a tie for 11th in career wins. Mitchell’s 146 career starts ranks 16th in NCAA history, while her
1,309 strikeouts ranks 12th.
• Defensively, Joy Webre ranks fifth in NCAA history with 629 putouts in a season. Her 1,818 career putouts is good
enough for fourth in the NCAA record books.
• Alana Addison had 538 assists in her career, which ranks 16th in NCAA history. Individual Records
Statistics
Stefni WHITTON
*All rankings as of January 2010.
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Batting
Games Played
Runs
Runs Batted In
Batting Average
Doubles
Total Bases
1.68
68
68
68
68
Lacey Bertucci (2004)
Brittany Bryant (2004)
Danyele Gomez (2004)
Holly Tankersley (2004)
Joy Webre (2004)
1..442 Danyele Gomez (2006)
2. .441 Holly Tankersley (2008)
3..440 Kathy Morton (1994)
4..435 Stephanie DeFeo (1994)
5..433 Tiffany Clark (1999)
Individual Season Records
At-Bats
1.224
2.222
3. 214
4.212
5.211
211
Jerie Alexander (2002)
Vanessa Soto (2008)
Melissa Verde (2010)
Danyele Gomez (2004)
Lana Bowers (2008)
Brooke Brodhead (2008)
Hits
1.92 Danyele Gomez (2006)
2.87Christi Orgeron (2011)
87 Tiffany Clark (1999)
4. 86 Holly Tankersley (2008)
5.85 Kathy Morton (1994)
Pitching
Games Pitched
1.53 Brooke Mitchell (2004)
2.48 Jennifer Clendenin (1997)
3.46 Brittany Cuevas (2007)
4.45 Melissa Coronado (2001)
5.44Ashley Brignac (2008)
44 Cheryl Longeway (1996)
Games Started
1.49 Brooke Mitchell (2004)
2.44 Brittany Cuevas (2007)
3.42 Melissa Coronado (2001)
42 Jennifer Clendenin (1997)
5.39Ashley Brignac (2011)
22
1.77Nerissa Myers (2011)
77 Danyele Gomez (2006)
3.75Christi Orgeron (2011)
4.68 Alana Addison (2000)
5.67 Tiffany Clark (1999)
1.24
2.23
23
23
5.21
Kelli Bruce (1998)
Vanessa Soto (2008)
Becky McMurtry (2002)
Kathy Morton (1994)
Tiffany Clark (1999)
1.199 Danyele Gomez (2006)
2.186Christi Orgeron (2011)
3. 173 Holly Tankersley (2008)
4.151 Becky McMurtry (2002)
5.145 Tiffany Clark (1999)
Slugging Percentage
Triples
1.8
8
3.7
7
7
7
1.101Christi Orgeron (2011)
2.79 Gabriele Bridges (2011)
79 Alana Addison (2001)
4. 74 Holly Tankersley (2008)
5.68 Three Players
Lana Jimenez (1997)
Lana Jimenez (1995)
Lynn Britton (1995)
Alyson Habetz (1994)
Trish Leidy (1991)
Dorsey Steamer (1991)
Home Runs
1.30 Danyele Gomez (2006)
2.23Christi Orgeron (2011)
23 Holly Tankersley (2008)
4. 22 Gabriele Bridges (2011)
5.21 Ashley Evans (2006)
21 Holly Tankersley (2004)
Victories
1..957 Danyele Gomez (2006)
2. .887 Holly Tankersley (2008)
3..886Christi Orgeron (2011)
4..879 Gabriele Bridges (2011)
5..773 Becky McMurtry (2003)
1.51
2.36
3.35
35
5.33
33
Dorsey Steamer (1992)
Jerie Alexander (2001)
Dorsey Steamer (1989)
Dorsey Steamer (1990)
Erikka Murphy (2010)
Vanessa Chapman (1994)
Earned Run Average
Won-Loss Pct.
Shutouts
1..912 Kyla Hall (1994)
2..906 Kyla Hall (1993)
3..900 Brooke Mitchell (2004)
4..897 Ashley Kirchberg (2006)
5..870 Missy Skow (1993)
1.61
61
3. 49
4. 46
5. 44
44
Gabriele Bridges (2011)
Lacey Bertucci (2007)
Melissa Verde (2009)
Melissa Verde (2008)
Holly Tankersley (2008)
Holly Tankersley (2004)
Hit-By-Pitch
1.17 Becky McMurtry (2002)
2.14Nerissa Myers (2011)
3.13 Becky McMurtry (2003)
4. 12 Holly Tankersley (2007)
5.10 Hillary Guidry (2004)
10 Jill Robertson (2001)
1. 629
2. 540
3.534
4.515
5.486
Joy Webre (2004)
Joy Webre (2005)
Lana Bowers (2008)
Jana Mower (2001)
Lana Bowers (2009)
Assists
1.157
2.151
3.150
4.142
5. 138
Lacey BERTUCCI
Ragin’ Cajuns Softball
Summar Lapeyrouse (2001)
Alana Addison (2001)
Becky McMurtry (2002)
Heather Turnbow (1992)
Melissa Verde (2010)
Ashley EVANS
1.23
2.22
3.20
4.19
5.18
Jerie Alexander (2000)
Cathy Sconzo (1989)
Janine Johnson (1989)
Lana Jimenez (1996)
Cathy Sconzo (1991)
Sacrifice Flies
1.8 Vanessa Soto (2008)
2.7 Alana Addison (2001)
3. 6 Joy Webre (2004)
6 Jill Robertson (2002)
5.5Christi Orgeron (2010)
5 Six Others
(min. 100 IP)
1.0.23 Kyla Hall (1992)
2. 0.28 Stefni Whitton (1990)
3.0.49 Kyla Hall (1994)
4.0.52 Kim Eisnaugle (1984)
5. 0.53 Stefni Whitton (1989)
1.21
2.18
3. 16
16
5.14
14
Holly TANKERSLEY
Innings Pitched
1.315.2
2.295.1
3.292.0
4.275.1
5.274.1
Brooke Mitchell (2004)
Melissa Coronado (2001)
Brittany Cuevas (2007)
Cheryl Longeway (1996)
Jennifer Clendenin (1997)
Strikeouts
Kyla Hall (1994)
Cheryl Longeway (1996)
Stefni Whitton (1990)
Stefni Whitton (1989)
Brooke Mitchell (2004)
Cheryl Longeway (1995)
1. 524 Brooke Mitchell (2004)
2.342 Brooke Mitchell (2005)
3.327Ashley Brignac (2008)
4.303 Brittany Cuevas (2007)
5.297 Donna Bourgeois (2009)
Fielding
Putouts
Sacrifice Hits
Stolen Bases
1.45 Brooke Mitchell (2004)
2.35 Melissa Coronado (2001)
3.34 Cheryl Longeway (1996)
4.32Ashley Brignac (2011)
5.31Ashley Brignac (2008)
31 Brittany Cuevas (2007)
31 Kyla Hall (1994)
(min. 25 decisions)
Walks
Total Chances
1. 699
2. 588
3.577
4.546
5.521
Joy Webre (2004)
Joy Webre (2005)
Lana Bowers (2008)
Jana Mower (2001)
Lana Bowers (2009)
Strikeouts/7 Innings
(min. 125 IP)
1.11.62 Brooke Mitchell (2004)
2.11.24 Brooke Mitchell (2005)
3.10.03 Ashley Brignac (2008)
4.8.84 Brooke Mitchell (2003)
5.8.83 Donna Bourgeois (2009)
No-Hitters
(complete game)
1.8 2.5
5 5 5.4
Kyla Hall (1994)
Brooke Mitchell (2004)
Kyla Hall (1993)
Stefni Whitton (1989)
Brooke Mitchell (2003)
Fielding Percentage
1..998 Lana Bowers (2008)
.998 Jessica Lemoine (2006)
.998 Tiffany Whittall (1994)
4. .997 Joy Webre (2005)
5..996 Summar Lapeyrouse (2002)
.996 Lana Bowers (2009)
Cheryl LONGEWAY
Jerie ALEXANDER
2011 Ragin’ Cajuns Softball
Batting
Games Played
Runs
Runs Batted In
Walks
Batting Average
Doubles
Total Bases
Hit-By-Pitch
At-Bats
Triples
Slugging Percentage
Sacrifice Hits
Hits
Home Runs
Stolen Bases
Sacrifice Flies
Won-Loss Pct.
Innings Pitched
No-Hitters
1.255
2.251
3.249
249
249
1..402
2..391
3..389
4..387
5..383
1.288
2.287
3.283
4.281
5.276
Becky McMurtry (2002-03)
Tiffany Clark (1997-00)
Kathy Morton (1992-95)
Holly Tankersley (2004, 2006-08)
Stephanie DeFeo (1994-97)
Jerie Alexander (1999-02)
Danyele Gomez (2003-06)
Alana Addison (1999-02)
Jana Mower (1998-01)
Tiffany Clark (1997-00)
Tiffany Clark (1997-00)
Jerie Alexander (1999-02)
Danyele Gomez (2003-06)
Kathy Morton (1992-95)
Jana Mower (1998-01)
1.230
2.218
3.216
4.209
5.208
1.65
2.63
63
4.61
5.52
1.19
2.18
3.16
4.14
14
Jerie Alexander (1999-02)
Holly Tankersley (2004, 2006-08)
Alana Addison (1999-02)
Danyele Gomez (2003-06)
Jill Robertson (2001-03, 2005)
Jana Mower (1998-01)
Alana Addison (1999-02)
Tiffany Clark (1997-00)
Kathy Morton (1992-95)
Danyele Gomez (2003-06)
Lana Jimenez (1994-97)
Dorsey Steamer (1989-92)
Stacie Gremillion (1984-87)
Lynn Britton (1993-96)
Alyson Habetz (1991-94)
1.83 Danyele Gomez (2003-06)
2.71 Holly Tankersley (2004, 2006-08)
3.66Gabriele Bridges (2008-11)
4.58 Lacey Bertucci (2004-06)
5.57 Alana Addison (1999-02)
1.246 Danyele Gomez (2003-06)
2.231 Holly Tankersley (2004, 2006-08)
3.223Gabriele Bridges (2008-11)
4.221 Alana Addison (1999-02)
5.211 Jana Mower (1998-01)
1.588
2.530
3.508
4.468
5.453
1..766
2..756
3..745
4..676
5..657
Danyele Gomez (2003-06)
Holly Tankersley (2004, 2006-08)
Alana Addison (1999-02)
Tiffany Clark (1997-00)
Kathy Morton (1992-95)
Becky McMurtry (2002-2003)
Holly Tankersley (2004, 2006-08)
Danyele Gomez (2003-2006)
Stephanie DeFeo (1994-1997)
Alana Addison (1999-2002)
1.149 Dorsey Steamer (1989-92)
2.104 Jerie Alexander (1999-02)
3.75 Vanessa Chapman (1993-96)
4.68Katie Smith (2008-09, 2011)
5.62 Vallie Gaspard (2007-10)
1.157 Holly Tankersley (2004, 2006-08)
2. 143 Melissa Verde (2006-10)
3.143 Lacey Bertucci (2004-07)
4.139Gabriele Bridges (2008-11)
5.127 Brittany Bryant (2003-06)
1.34
2.30
3.28
4.23
5.21
1.68
2.49
49
4.47
5. 40
1.18
2.16
16
4.12
5.11
11
Jill Robertson (2001-03, 2005)
Becky McMurtry (2002-2003)
Holly Tankersley (2004, 2006-08)
Codi Runyan (2005-09)
Stephanie DeFeo (1994-97)
Cathy Sconzo (1989-92)
Janine Johnson (1987-90)
Lana Jimenez (1994-97)
Jerie Alexander (1999-02)
Susan Williams (1987-90)
Alana Addison (1999-02)
Brittany Bryant (2003-06)
Joy Webre (2002-05)
Codi Runyan (2005-09)
Alyson Habetz (1991-94)
Melissa Verde (2007-10)
Pitching
Games Pitched
1.160
2.132
3.130
4.119
5.116
Brooke Mitchell (2002-05)
Kyla Hall (1991-94)
Melissa Coronado (1999-2002)
Kim Dunlap (1997-2000)
Jennifer Clendenin (1993-97)
Games Started
1.146
2.114
3.105
4. 104
5.102
Brooke Mitchell (2002-05)
Kyla Hall (1991-94)
Melissa Coronado (1999-2002)
Stefni Whitton (1987-90)
Jennifer Clendenin (1993-97)
Victories
1.119
2.104
3.84
4. 78
5.76
Brooke Mitchell (2002-05)
Kyla Hall (1991-94)
Melissa Coronado (1999-2002)
Stefni Whitton (1987-90)
Jennifer Clendenin (1993-97)
(min. 70 decisions)
1..839 Kyla Hall (1991-1994)
2..816 Cheryl Longeway (1995-96)
3..815 Brooke Mitchell (2002-05)
4..800 Jennifer Clendenin (1993-97)
5..792 Melissa Coronado (1999-2002)
Earned Run Average
(min. 100 IP)
1.0.50
2. 0.66
3.0.75
4.0.85
5.0.87
Kyla Hall (1991-94)
Stefni Whitton (1987-90)
Kim Eisnaugle (1983-86)
Cathy McAllister (1987-90)
Cheryl Longeway (1995-96)
Shutouts
1.56
2. 55
3.40
4.34
5.32
Kyla Hall (1991-94)
Stefni Whitton (1987-90)
Brooke Mitchell (2002-05)
Cathy McAllister (1987-90)
Cheryl Longeway (1995-96)
Fielding
Putouts
1. 1,818
2.1,697 3.1,647
4.1,454
5.1,430 Assists
1.538 2.432 3. 445
4.409 5.383 Joy Webre (2002-2005)
Jana Mower (1998-2001)
Lana Bowers (2007-10)
Gabriele Bridges (2008-11)
Alyson Habetz (1991-1994)
Alana Addison (1999-2002)
Heather Neville (1991-1994)
Melissa Verde (2007-10)
Janine Johnson (1987-1990)
Lynn Britton (1993-1996)
1.908.2
2.862.0
3. 747.0
4.723.0
5.689.2
Brooke Mitchell (2002-05)
Kyla Hall (1991-94)
Stefni Whittonn (1987-90)
Melissa Coronado (1999-2002)
Kim Eisnaugle (1983-86)
Strikeouts
1.17 Kyla Hall (1991-94)
2.10 Brooke Mitchell (2002-05)
3.7Ashley Brignac (2008-09, 2011)
4.6
Jennifer Clendenin (1993-97)
6
Cheryl Longeway (1995-96)
6
Stefni Whitton (1987-90)
1.1,309 Brooke Mitchell (2002-05)
2.820
Kyla Hall (1991-94)
3.812
Kim Eisnaugle (1983-86)
4.678Ashley Brignac (2008-09, 11)
5.668
Brittany Cuevas (2007-10)
Strikeouts/7 Innings
(min. 125 IP)
1.10.08 Brooke Mitchell (2002-05)
2.8.77Ashley Brignac (2008-09, 11)
3.8.24 Kim Eisnaugle (1983-86)
4.7.78 Donna Bourgeois (2008-10)
5.7.57 Brittany Cuevas (2007-10)
23
Brooke MITCHELL
Total Chances
1.2,004 2.1,802 3.1,795 4.1,582 5.1,509
5. 1,474 (complete game)
Joy Webre (2002-2005)
Lana Bowers (2007-10)
Jana Mower (1998-2001)
Alyson Habetz (1991-1994)
Gabriele Bridges (2008-11)
Tiffany Whittall (1992-1995)
Fielding Percentage
1. .994 2..993
3. .992 4..990 .990 Individual Career Records
1.811
2.789
3. 773
4. 750
5.736
Lacey Bertucci (2004-07)
Karli Hubbard (2005-09)
Danyele Gomez (2003-06)
Alana Addison (1999-02)
Jerie Alexander (1999-02)
Tiffany Whittall (1992-1995)
Lana Bowers (2007-10)
Jana Mower (1998-2001)
Joy Webre (2002-2005)
Karen Langlois (1984-1987)
Danyele GOMEZ
Joy WEBRE
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Team Records
Batting
24
YearG BAAB R
H
RBI 2B3BHRSB/SBASO BBSLG%SH/SF
198122
.244
577
90141
544
9
5
49/na6178.308
na/na
1982 28
.24874114418412120
12
554/na 76 108.32841/6
1983 35
.23895311922779 19
9040/47 85 70 .27527/6
1984 37
.26399215726111215
15
650/64 83 61 .32726/8
1985 52
.2631399
22636816939
29
662/79 15697 .34531/6
1986 51
.2271285
15029210523
10
448/63 13282 .27070/6
1987 49
.2701306
21935315840
20
866/80 109132.35043/11
198845
.236
1210
112
285
6821
9
1
41/527967.270
50/4
1989 64
.2871697
28448723449
21
489/10478 129.35096/12
1990 52.296 1347 187 399 147 38205 92/109 72 82 .365 85/13
1991 43.294 1111 163 327 141 31253 63/77 69 84 .375 58/11
1992 53
.2991426
21342617350
18
9116/139
107105.37877/13
1993 64
.3211703
31854727369
25
24
116/152
143123.43366/19
1994 62
.3421621
34155430489
30
29
127/161
165121.48756/22
1995 58
.3461545
32053429865
31
45
58/78 151130.51545/3
1996 56
.2991493
24944721369
14
30
82/98 149128.42549/4
1997 64
.2971682
30349925270
17
30
63/86 192144.41231/11
1998 51.306 1370 261 419 229 89173143/56 141 95 .452 33/10
1999 65
.3201749
383559344109
961
54/71 216172.49741/16
2000 60
.3101595
36049432179
15
54
55/69 230180.48055/18
2001 61
.2881697
32148828184
440
98/121295165.41228/13
2002 63
.2991733
331518302106
11
76
79/88 326170.5045/20
2003 58
.2731471
32540129176
679
34/41 330180.49410/13
2004 68
.2711744
37947333589
588
64/90 440271.47913/18
2005 61
.2851557
34244431379
13
81
38/46 270218.50913/19
2006 62
.3041675
43750939179
6102
25/31 313249.5418/19
2007 64
.2761705
35147032168
469
64/71 370256.44219/16
2008 67
.3131824
39957034481
11
62
71/79 290243.47120/14
2009 58
.3071577
33048428971
950
92/103257218.45832/17
2010 63
.3001734
33852028762
651
100/114
318197.43110/21
2011 62
.3291646
48154141873
13
69
96/111262295.51525/10
Pitching
Year
ERASVCGSHOINN
R
H
ERK
BB
HB
WP
19812.57
na
19
0
154.0
138
176
754158nana
1982 2.48320
2189.0
14317467 31 119na na
1983 1.500na
10
247.0
92 15053 22410513 20
1984 0.66233
13
267.0
48 11925 21612712 22
1985 0.94147
20
355.2
75 19348 25616828 28
1986 0.921na
12
350.0
84 20746 1971093 28
19871.07
2
na
21
332.1
71204
51165
625 16
19880.93
0
na
17
322.0
71224
43166
514 9
19890.63
0
61
25
440.1
89259
40351
517 6
19900.53
0
49
27
372.0
49211
28273
196 5
19910.98
2
38
17
292.0
59165
41178
447 13
19920.60
4
40
19
384.2
62229
33291
516 12
19930.87
5
53
28
443.1
77265
55403
49101
19940.56
2
55
36
418.1
51207
26373
445 7
19951.07
0
51
30
380.1
69209
58402
278 6
19960.91
1
47
25
383.1
72231
50323
42169
1997 1.58246
20
426.1
10834675 27776 7 14
1998 1.61436
12
334.0
11429377 11883 6 14
1999 1.36641
24
433.2
10836784 30382 23 23
2000 1.53540
17
397.1
11828787 31188 25 18
2001 1.44052
15
423.0
12831987 25476 31 38
2002 1.83245
18
428.0
14635711234012038 17
20031.25
3
40
27
376.1
91243
67372
992515
20040.90
4
42
29
459.0
90269
59637
994019
2005 1.05437
32
394.1
88 20859 53715537 19
2006 1.87155
24
401.1
13429310738810827 23
2007 2.19244
15
429.0
17034313441414726 24
2008 1.34539
25
437.2
11726584 58516131 26
20091.02
1
41
26
385.2
90231
56487
912417
2010 2.32061
19
413.0
18433913739211124 24
2011 1.77042
23
391.2
12329199 41010122 10
Game Records
BATTING
At Bats: 64
Northwestern State, Apr. 9, 1992
Runs: 35
Southern, Mar. 30, 2000
Hits: 27
Samford, Apr. 15, 1995
Doubles: 7
Louisiana Tech, Feb. 9, 2008
Grambling, Feb. 10, 2006
Triples: 4
Centenary, Feb. 22, 2000
Home Runs: 6
Southern Miss, Apr. 4, 2006
Middle Tennessee, May 15, 2004
RBI: 30
Southern, Mar. 30, 2000
Walks: 15
Nicholls State, Feb. 18, 2005
Earned Runs: 14
Oklahoma, May 23, 2004
Total Bases: 38
Middle Tennessee, May 15, 2004
Hits: 16
Louisiana State, May 20, 2005
Stolen Bases: 13
Southeastern Louisiana, Mar. 26, 1987
Strikeouts: 22
Nevada, Feb. 28, 2004
Sacrifice Hits: 7
Florida State, May 19, 1990
Sacrifice Flies: 4
Samford, Mar. 27, 1992
PITCHING
Innings Pitched: 21.0
Northwestern State, Apr. 9, 1992
Runs Allowed: 15
Oklahoma, May 23, 2004
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FIELDING
Putouts: 63
Northwestern State, Apr. 9, 1992
Assists: 28
Northwestern State, Apr. 9, 1992
Most Errors: 13
McNeese State, Apr. 14, 1982
Fielding
Year
PCT. POA
E
1981nananana
1982 .882567239108
1983 .93974123463
1984 .96280127342
1985
.969
1067 455
48
1986
.955
1050 379
68
1987 .96999745346
1988 .97095941742
1989
.957
1321 479
81
1990
.968
1116 386
49
1991 .97087642740
1992
.966
1154 462
57
1993
.971
1330 409
52
1994
.973
1255 491
49
1995
.974
1144 335
40
1996
.975
1150 350
39
1997
.963
1279 539
70
1998
.952
1002 500
76
1999
.973
1301 525
50
2000
.971
1192 488
50
2001
.967
1269 615
65
2002
.968
1284 566
62
2003
.972
1129 387
44
2004
.968
1376 340
56
2005
.964
1183 290
55
2006
.968
1204 416
54
2007
.963
1287 405
65
2008
.972
1313 419
49
2009
.963
1157 490
63
2010
.961
1239 564
74
2011
.973
1175 351
43
Miscellaneous
ShutoutsShutouts 1-run games
Winning
Year
ForAgainst
W-LStreak
1981
0
5
1-1
2
1982
2
3
8-2
6
1983
10
4
10-1
7
1984
13
5
6-5
9
1985
20
10
10-3
10
1986
12
9
7-9
9
1987
21
11
1-10
8
1988
17
8
13-8
10
1989
25
8
13-7
12
1990
27
4
14-7
19
1991
17
4
9-5
11
1992
19
6
12-8
11
1993
28
3
14-6
14
1994
36
2
12-4
24
1995
30
3
10-1
17
1996
25
4
14-5
16
1997
20
9
10-9
9
1998
12
3
3-6
8
1999
24
5
13-5
18
2000
17
6
12-8
8
2001
15
5
11-4
15
2002
18
3
12-4
12
2003
27
3
8-5
18
2004
29
6
12-3
18
2005
32
2
10-3
18
2006
24
2
7-5
22
2007
15
6
8-7
7
2008
25
5
7-6
18
2009
26
5
6-5
14
2010
19
2
9-5
10
2011
23
1
3-3
11
Season Records
BATTING
Games Played: 68 (2004)
Games Won: 60 (2004)
Games Lost: 19 (1986)
Winning Percentage: .919 (1994)
At Bats:
1,824 (2008)
Runs:
481 (2011)
Hits:
570 (2008)
Doubles:
109 (1999)
Triples:
31 (1995)
Home Runs:
102 (2006)
RBI:
418 (2011)
Batting Average:
.346 (1995)
Total Bases:
906 (2006)
Slugging Percentage: .541 (2006)
Stolen Bases:
127 (1994)
Sacrifice Hits:
96 (1989)
Sacrifice Flies:
22 (1994)
PITCHING
Complete Games: 61 (1989, 2010)
Innings Pitched:
459.0 (2004)
Fewest Runs:
48 (1984)
Fewest Earned Runs:
25 (1984)
Fewest Hits:
119 (1984)
Strikeouts:
637 (2004)
Fewest Walks:
27 (1995)
ERA:
0.53 (1990)
Shutouts:
36 (1994)
FIELDING
Putouts:
Assists:
Fewest Errors:
Most Errors:
Total Chances:
Fielding Percentage:
1,376 (2004)
615 (2001)
39 (1996)
108 (1981)
1,949 (2001)
.975 (1996)
2011 Ragin’ Cajuns Softball
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No-Hitters
All-Time
Kyla Hall (17)
OpponentDate
vs. Wichita State
Apr. 5, 1991
vs. Southern Miss
Mar. 7, 1992
vs. McNeese State
Apr. 13, 1992
vs. Houston Baptist
Apr. 16, 1992
vs. Louisiana Tech
Mar. 3, 1993
vs. Illinois State
Mar. 6, 1993
vs. Centenary
Mar. 27, 1993
vs. Southeastern La.
Apr. 3, 1993
vs. Georgia State
Apr. 10, 1993
vs. Southwest Texas
Mar. 12, 1994
vs. Northwestern State
Mar. 15, 1994
vs. Eastern Kentucky
Mar. 18, 1994
vs. Houston Baptist
Apr. 9, 1994
vs. George Mason
Apr. 15, 1994
vs. East Carolina
Apr. 16, 1994
vs. Charlotte
Apr. 16, 1994
vs. Centenary
Apr. 22, 1994
Score
8-0
4-0
4-0
6-0
3-1
1-0
2-1
1-0
3-0
3-0
OpponentDate
vs. Louisiana Tech
Feb. 11, 2003
vs. Southern Miss
Mar. 9, 2003
vs. McNeese State
Apr. 29, 2003
vs. San Diego State
May 15, 2003
vs. Nicholls State
Feb. 18, 2004
vs. Missouri
Feb. 21, 2004
vs. Nevada
Feb. 27, 2004
vs. Nevada
Feb. 28, 2004
vs. Florida International
May 15, 2004
vs. DePaul
Feb. 25, 2005
Score
12-0
10-0
4-0
1-0
4-0
3-0
10-0
OpponentDate
vs. IUPUI
Mar. 11, 2008
vs. UNLV
Mar. 21, 2008
vs. Florida Atlantic
Apr. 16, 2008
vs. San Diego State
Feb. 21, 2009
at McNeese State
Feb. 26, 2011
at La.-Monroe
May 7, 2011
vs. South Alabama
May 13, 2011
Score
18-0
4-0
4-0
1-0
12-0
9-0
Brooke Mitchell (10)
Ashley Brignac (7)
Jennifer Clendenin (6)
OpponentDate
vs. Tulsa
Mar. 4, 1994
vs. Samford
Feb. 18, 1995
vs. Furman
Mar. 3, 1995
vs. Southeastern La.
Mar. 9, 1996
vs. Nicholls State
Mar. 12, 1996
vs. Maryland
Mar. 28, 1997
OpponentDate
vs. Furman
Mar. 3, 1995
vs. Nicholls State
Apr. 5, 1995
vs. Michigan
May 25-26, 1995
vs. ULM
Mar. 10, 1996
vs. Oklahoma
Mar. 23, 1996
vs. McNeese State
Apr. 17, 1996
Score
10-0
3-0
20-0
7-0
4-0
1-0
OpponentDate
vs. Southeastern La.
Mar. 26, 1987
vs. Centenary
Mar. 3, 1989
vs. Houston Baptist
Mar. 24, 1989
vs. Southeastern La.
Mar. 28, 1989
vs. Southern Miss
Apr. 15, 1989
vs. McNeese State
Apr. 19, 1989
Score
1-0
2-0
2-0
2-1
5-0
OpponentDate
vs. Mississippi State
Apr. 7, 1984
vs. ULM
Apr. 26, 1984
vs. ULM
Apr. 27, 1985
vs. Virginia
Mar. 15, 1986
vs. ULM
Mar. 22, 1986
Score
9-0
4-0
8-0
5-0
10-0
OpponentDate
vs. Southeastern La.
Apr. 14, 1987
vs. Northwestern State
Mar. 23, 1988
vs. Centenary
Mar. 4, 1989
vs. Southeastern La.
Mar. 28, 1989
vs. Stetson
Mar. 10, 1990
Score
8-0
17-0
15-0
OpponentDate
vs. Nicholls State
Apr. 20, 1999
vs. Centenary
Apr. 16, 2000
vs. Nicholls State
Mar. 24, 2001
OpponentDate
vs. Centenary
Apr. 2, 1994
Score
5-0
OpponentDate
vs. North Texas
Apr. 22, 2006
Score
8-0
OpponentDate
vs. Stephen F. Austin
Mar. 8, 2002
Score
5-0
OpponentDate
vs. McNeese State
Feb. 20, 1993
Score
9-0
OpponentDate
vs. ULM
Apr. 2, 2003
Stefni Whitton (6)
Kim Eisnaugle (5)
Nicki Kephart (1)
Score
8-0
Ashley Kirchberg (1)
Michael Parrott (1)
Missy Skow (1)
Afton Thoms (1)
All-Time No-Hitters
Score
3-0
10-0
4-0
1-0
10-0
2-0
7-0
8-0
1-0
8-0
7-0
10-0
9-0
9-0
8-0
10-0
5-0
Cheryl Longeway (6)
Score
3-0
3-0
5-0
1-0
4-0
8-0
Cathy McAllister (5)
Melissa Coronado (3)
Kim Dunlap (3)
Score
10-0
22-0
9-0
OpponentDate
vs. McNeese State
Apr. 9, 1999
vs. Centenary
Apr. 17, 1999
vs. Centenary
Apr. 16, 2000
Score
1-0
8-1
OpponentDate
vs. Midwestern State
Apr. 22, 1983
vs. New Orleans
Mar. 11, 1984
Score
7-0
8-0
OpponentDate
vs. Troy
Apr. 21, 2007
vs. Grambling
Apr. 1, 2008
Score
5-0
1-0
OpponentDate
vs. Southern Miss
Mar. 4, 2009
vs. Florida Atlantic
May 13, 2010
Brittany CUEVAS
Sandy Percle (2)
Brittany Cuevas (2)
Donna Bourgeois (2)
25
Melissa CORONADO
Cheryl Longeway’s World Series No-Hitter
May 25-26, 1995 | Oklahoma City, Okla.
Women’s College World Series
MichiganAB
Silver, 1B
R
H
RBI BBSO
300001
LouisianaAB
Avant, CF
R
H
RBI BBSO
401000
Pearcy, CF 300001
Jimenez, LF 100120
Griffin, P
Britton, 3B 121110
200010
Kovach, DP 300003
Morton, DP 200010
Tate, LF
300001
DeFeo, 1B
Carr, 3B
300001
Whittall, C 301001
Lang, 2B
100011
Osterberg, SS300000
Smith, C
100010
Podhorez, RF311000
313300
Gleason, SS 200000
Alfaro, 2B
Martino, RF 000000
Longeway, P000000
Totals
Totals
2100038
311000
Cheryl LONGEWAY
2358541
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Prolific Pair
2011 Ragin’ Cajuns Softball
Brooke MITCHELL
Danyele GOMEZ
P itcher
2002-2005
P asadena , T exas
D eer P ark
O utfield
2003-2006
M etairie , L a .
C abrini
NFCA All-American (2004)
NFCA All-South Region (2003, 2004, 2005)
CoSIDA Academic All-American (2004, 2005)
Player of the Year Top-10 Finalist (2004)
Sun Belt Conference Female Athlete of the Year (2004)
Sun Belt Conference Commissioner’s Award of Excellence (2004)
Sun Belt Conference Pitcher of the Year (2003, 2004, 2005)
Sun Belt Tournament Most Outstanding Player (2003, 2004)
Sun Belt Conference Freshman of the Year (2002)
All-Sun Belt Conference (2002, 2003, 2004, 2005)
Sun Belt Conference Commissioner’s List (2002, 2005)
Sun Belt Conference Academic Honor Roll (2003, 2004)
Louisiana Pitcher of the Year (2003, 2004, 2005)
Louisiana Freshman of the Year (2002)
All-Louisiana (2002, 2003, 2004, 2005)
USA Softball Elite Team Member (2004)
2004 - A Season to Remember...
• 2004 NFCA/Louisville Slugger Division I First-Team All-American
• 2004 NFCA All-South Region First Team Member
• 2004 CoSIDA Academic All-American
• 2004 CoSIDA District VI Academic All-District First Team
• 2004 Sun Belt Female Athlete of the Year
• 2004 Sun Belt Conference Pitcher of the Year
• 2004 USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year Top 10 FINALIST
• EIGHT-TIME Sun Belt Conference Pitcher of the Week
• Louisiana-Lafayette career and single-season strikeouts record holder
26
• Complete-Game Shutout of No. 1 Arizona in NCAA Regionals
Struck out six and held UA to six hits as the Cajuns eliminated the top-ranked Wildcats
ending their streak of 16 consecutive World Series appearances.
• Top 5 in NCAA Record Books For Single-Season Strikeouts
One of only 5 players in NCAA history to record 500-plus strikeouts in a single season
and recorded the fourth-most. Her 524 strikeouts were the most ever for a pitcher from
a Louisiana school (passed up Britni Sneed’s 478 in 2002).
• Top 5 in NCAA Record Books For Single-Season Victories
Led the NCAA with 45 victories and finished with the fourth-most in Division I history.
• Notched Five or More Strikeouts In 47 of 53 appearances
Struck out double-digit batters 29 times. Struck out 15 five times, 16 twice and had schoolrecord 22 Feb. 28 against Nevada.
• Louisiana Single-Season Victories Leader
Her 45 wins shattered the previous record of 35 set by Melissa Coronado in 2001.
NFCA All-American (2003, 2005, 2006)
NFCA All-South Region (2003, 2005, 2006)
Sun Belt Conference Player of the Year (2005, 2006)
Sun Belt Conference Freshman of the Year (2003)
All-Sun Belt (2003, 2004, 2005, 2006)
All-Sun Belt Conference Tournament (2006)
Louisiana Player of the Year (2005, 2006)
Louisiana Freshman of the Year (2003)
All-Louisiana (2003, 2004, 2005, 2006)
2006 NCAA Leader in Home Runs (30)
2006 NCAA Leader in Runs Per Game (1.24)
2006 NCAA Leader in Slugging Percentage (.957)
2006 - Special Season
• Selected as one of three outfielders in the nation directly selected to the first team. It’s
the third time in her career that she was named an All-American (also selected in 2003 &
2005).
• Marked the eighth straight season that at least one player from Cajuns softball team was
named to the National Fastpitch Coaches Association All-America Team.
• Became the program’s 12th first-team selection and joins former teammate Brooke
Mitchell (2004) as first team selections under co-head coaches Stefni and Michael Lotief.
• First Cajuns’ position player to be awarded first team status since Tiffany Clark (OF) in
2000.
• Fifth student-athlete in UL softball history to earn All-American status three times in a
career. She joins Lynn Britton (four-time selection), Kyla Hall, Stephanie DeFeo and Tiffany
Clark.
• Top 10 Finalist for the USA Softball Player of the Year award and was the SBC Player of the
Year.
• Led all hitters in Division I of the NCAA with 30 home runs – making her only the third
player (Stacey Nuveman, Laura Espinoza) in NCAA history to accomplish the feat in a
single season.
• Ended the first weekend of the campaign with a .529 average and maintained a .400
average or better to her final at bat. She ended the season with a .442 batting average
over 208 at bats – a new school record for season batting average.
• Set the school’s single season record for home runs (30), runs scored (77), total bases (199)
and slugging percentage (.957). She also claimed the career records for home runs, RBI
and total bases.
• NCAA statistical averages leader in home runs per game (0.48), runs scored per game
(1.24) and slugging percentage.
• The Sun Belt’s Triple Crown winner had 32 multi-hit games and 17 multi-RBI games.
• Scored in 47 of 62 games and hit safely in 50 of 62 games. She posted seven hits in the
Baton Rouge Regional which was the tournament-high.
• Secured her third season with at least 20 home runs on Saturday, April 8 at Troy and broke
the school’s single-season home run record when she belted her 22nd of the season April
19 at McNeese State.
• On Saturday, May 6 at Middle Tennessee she further solidified her place in NCAA history
when she connected on her 80th career home run. That shot allowed her to become only
the fourth player in NCAA history to reach 80 career home runs. She wrapped up her
career with 83 home runs – 26 more than second place on the UL career list.
GOMEZ CAREER BY THE NUMBERS
SeasonAvg.GP-GSAB R H2B3BHRRBITBSLG%BB
HBPSOGDP OB%SFSHSB-ATTPOA EFLD%
2003
.355 58-58 183426512 02062
137 .74915 443 0 .416 0 0 4-62710 01.000
2004
.288 68-68 212436116 01351
116 .54725 454 2 .370 2 0 5-8678713 .922
2005 .349 61-61 186476511 02065
136 .73119 338 1 .414 2 0 4-538 1 2 .951
2006 .442 62-62 208779213 23068
199 .95726 038 0 .502 1 0 2-363 5 2 .971
Career .359249-249 789209283 52 2 83246588 .745 85 11173 3 .426 5 0 15-22195103 17 .946
MITCHELL CAREER BY THE NUMBERS
Season
2002
2003
2004
2005
Career
ERA
W-LAppGSCGSHO/CBOSVIP H RERBBSO2B3BHRBFB/AvgWP
HBPSFASHA
1.81 20-6 272417
5/2 0159.0
121474152
16415 114
652 .212 415 111
1.11 26-9 413526
11/7 3221.0
106473561
27928 010
846 .1411017 511
0.82 45-5 534933 14/10 2315.2
154513771
52416 0 9
1198 .1441335 123
0.92 28-7 393823
10/8 0213.0934828
109
34214 0 7
872 .1311228 126
1.09119-27 160
14699 40/27 5908.2
474
193
141
293
130973 140
3568 .1533995 871
Ragin’ Cajuns Softball
2011 Ragin’ Cajuns Softball
-- A --
Addison, Alana Alexander, Jerie Alexander, Robin Austin, Rhagen Alfaro, Hilda Avant, Vanessa 1999-02
1999-02
1991
2001
1995-96
1993-96
-- B --
Babineaux, Vanessa
-- C --
Cambre, Lori
Cammarata, Kelsey
Campbell, Taffy
Castle, Lauren
Chatman, Desi
Cherry, Briana
Clark, Tiffany
Clarke, Jessica
Clendenin, Jennifer
Collins, Christine
Cormier, Kelly
Cormier, Paige
Coronado, Melissa
Crampton, Pam
Crooks, Donna
Cuevas, Brittany
1987-88
1983-86
1988
1984-86
2000-02
2002, 2004-06
-- F --
Fernandez, Natlaie
Fields, Megan
Files, Adele
Ford, Amy
-- G --
Gardovsky, Carmen
Gaspard, Vallie
George, Crystal
Godwin, Meagan
Goff, Nicki
Gomez, Danyele
Graham, Debbie
Granger, Adrian
Granger, Kerry
Granger, Megan
Gray, Allison
Grayson, Tiffany
Gremillion, Stacie
Griffin, Deserea
Guidry, Hillary
-- H - Habetz, Alyson
Hall, Kyla
Hamby, Natalie
Hamitlon, Christina
Hamilton, Tara
Hayden, Hollee
Hayes, Charie
Heath, Kim
Hebert, Tiffany
Helo, Amy
Hill, Amanda
Hilton, Brittany
Hubbard, Karli
Hummel, Michelle
Huval, Linda
Huval, Penny
1982-84, 1986
2005-06
1989-90
2003
2004-07
2010-11
1997-00
2001
1993-97
2004
2008-10
2009-11
1999-02
1992 Jimenez, Lana
1983-86 Johnson, Janine
2007-10 Johnson, Shaunda
Jones, Tracy
-- D - Daigle, Rochelle
Deckard, Donna
DeFeo, Stephanie
Dooley, Nikki
Draheim, Sarah
Dugas, Jael
Dunlap, Kim
Dupont, Jessica
Brittany BRYANT
-- J --
1983-86
1984
1994-97
1996
2010-11
1998-99
1997-00
2008-10
-- K --
Kahn, Wendy
Keefer, Michelle
Kephart, Nicki
Kirchberg, Ashley
Klump, Angela
Tara HAMILTON
2011
1997-00
2007-08
2002
1988-89
2007-10
2002-05
2007
2009
2003-06
1984-85
1981-82
1996-98
2010-11
1984-87
2001-04
1984-87
2005-06
2004
1991-94
1991-94
2003
2011
2005-07
1997-98
1983-86
1990-93
2002-05
2007
2007-09
2007
2006-09
1997-00
1981-82
1981
1994-97
1987-90
1988
1982
1983-84
1985-88
1994
2005-06
1997
-- L --
Langlois, Karen
Lapeyrouse, Summar
LeBlanc, Angie
Lee, BeLynda
Leidy, Trish
Lemoine, Jessica
Lewallen, Krystal
Longeway, Cheryl
-- S --
Malzman, Brenda
Martinka, Sunny
Martin, Jennifer
Martin, Missy
Mazac, Michelle
McAllister, Cathy
McMurtry, Becky
Mitchell, Brooke
Mohar, Melody
Moreman, Carrie
Morton, Kathy
Mount, Sophia
Mouton, Myra
Mower, Jana
Murphy, Erikka
Myers, Nerissa
Scarsone, Phyllis
Sconzo, Cathy
Sagrera, Tessa
Sanders, Terry
Shamsie, Tara
Sigur, Shari
Skow, Missy
Smith, Alisa
Smith, Katie
Soria, Britni
Soto, Vanessa
1986 Spain, Laura
1998 Stanford, Katey
2010-11 Steamer, Dorsey
2001-02
1989-91
1987-90
2002-03 Talbot, Blaise
2002-05 Tankersley, Holly
1992-94 Thomas, Jenni
1996 Thompson, Ashley
1992-95 Thoms, Afton
1995-97 Trahan, Courtney
1989-90 Travasos, Natalie
1998-01 Turnbow, Heather
2009-11 Tydelski, Jensen
2010-11
Neville, Heather
1991-94
-- M --
1984-87
2000-03
1981
1988
1991-92
2006-07
2006
1995-96
1981-83
1989-92
1981-82
1981
1994
2007-09
1992-93
1985-88
2008-09, 2011
2010
2008
1995
2009
1989-92
-- T --
-- N --
-- O --
O’Friel, Joan
Orgeron, Christi
Osterberg, Lori
-- P --
Pacheco, Sara
Parrott, Michael
Pearson, Tami
Pellerin, Marilyn
Percle, Sandy
Pierce, Leslie
Pizer, Heidi
Podhorez, Joni
Pourciau, Pat
Prejean, Monique
-- Q --
Quoyeser, Ursula
1981-82
2009-11
1995-98
1998-99
2002-03
1992-94
1981
1983-86
2003-06
2009
1995-98
1981-82
2008
1982-85
2004, 2006-08
1990-93
2002
2003
2007-10
2009
1990-92
2010
-- V --
Verde, Melissa
Vernon, Carrie
Vetoyanis, Lara
Vincent, Cindy
-- W --
Warren, Heather
Waterman, Megan
Webre, Joy
Weeks, Stacy
Whittall, Tiffany
Whitton, Stefni
Williams, Susan
Williams, Vanessa
Wood, Lisa
Wynn, Sharen
-- Z --
Zeller, Lesley
2007-10
2000-01
2002
1982-83
2006
2011
2002-05
2000
1992-95
1987-90
1987-90
1981
1989-91
1983-85
1985-87
1981-84
-- R --
Ray, Ashley
Repici, Cyndy
Robertson, Jill
Rodgers, Shelbee
Runyan, Codi
All-Time Roster
Bailon, Michele
Barbato, Micah
Barragan, Pam
Bellue, Jane
Bergeaux, Michelle
Bertrand, Heather
Bertucci, Lacey
Blackwell, Marria
Blanchard, Monica
Blue, Stacey
Bobbitt, Heather
Bonner, Vanessa
Boudreaux, Amy
Boudreaux, Laura
Bourgeois, Donna
Bowers, Lana
Bridges, Gabriele
Brignac, Ashley
Britton, Lynn
Brodhead, Brooke
Broussard, Kelly
Broussard, Phyllis
Broussard, Taryn
Bruce, Kelli
Bryant, Brittany
Buller, Nancy
Burns, Sarah
1981
1999-00
1999-01
2001-02
1986-89
2004-05
1998-01
2004-07
1987-88
1982
1981
2004-05
1981-82
1981-83
1989
2008-10
2007-10
2008-11
2008-09, 2011
1993-96
2008
1988-90
1984
2011
1996-99
2003-06
1981
1997-98
-- E --
Early, Molly
Eisnaugle, Kim
Elders, Nicole
Elter, Donna
Enright, Erica
Evans, Ashley
2009-10
2001
2001-03, 2005
2011
2005-07, 2009
Summar LAPEYROUSE
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Codi RUNYAN
www.RaginCajuns.com
Series History
2011 Ragin’ Cajuns Softball
28
Opponent
Adelphi
Akron
Alabama
Alcorn State
Arizona
Arizona State
Arkansas
Arkansas State
Auburn
Ball State
Baylor
Boston U.
Boston College
Bowling Green
Bradley
Bryant
Butler
BYU
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Northridge
California
Campbell
Carthage
Centenary
Central Michigan
Central State
Charlotte
Chattanooga
Colgate
Colorado State
Connecticut
Creighton
Dayton
DePaul
Drake
East Carolina
Eastern Illinois
Eastern Kentucky
Eastern Michigan
Eastern Oklahoma
Evansville
FIU
Florida
Florida A&M
Florida Atlantic
Florida State
Fresno State
Furman
Gardner-Webb
George Mason
Georgia
Georgia Southern
Georgia State
Georgia Tech
Grambling State
Hill College
Hofstra
Houston Houston Baptist
Illinois Illinois State
Indiana Indiana State
Iowa Iowa State
IUPUI
Jackson State
Jacksonville State
Kansas
Kent State
Kentucky
La.-Monroe
Lamar
Lipscomb
Long Beach State
Long Island
Louisiana Tech
LSU
LSU-Alexandria
Maine
Manhattan
Maryland
Massachusetts
McNeese State
Memphis
Michigan
Overall
HomeAwayNeutral
PostseasonSun BeltCurrent Streak Longest Streak
1-0 (1.000)
-
-
1-0
-
-
W1
W1
0-2 (.000)
-
-
0-2
0-1*
-
L2
-
3-3 (.500) 2-00-21-1
0-1
-
W1
W2
1-1 (.500)
-
-
1-1
-
-
W1
W1
3-19 (.136) 0-31-72-9
2-2
-
L8
W1
3-9 (.250)
-
-
3-7
1-1
-
L2
W1
2-0 (1.000)
1-0
1-0
-
-
-
W2
W2
6-0 (1.000)
-
2-0
4-0
-
-
W6
W6
1-0 (1.000)
-
-
1-0
-
-
W1
W1
5-0 (1.000)
4-0
-
1-0
-
-
W5
W5
7-6 (.538) 5-20-22-2
0-2
-
L2
W4
2-0 (1.000)
2-0
-
-
-
-
W2
W2
3-0 (1.000)
3-0
-
-
-
-
W3
W3
3-0 (1.000)
1-0
-
2-0
1-0
W3
W3
2-0 (1.000)
2-0
-
-
-
-
W2
W2
1-0 (1.000)
1-0
-
-
-
-
W1
W1
2-0 (1.000)
2-0
-
-
-
-
W2
W2
1-0 (1.000)
-
-
1-0
-
-
W1
W1
5-6 (.455)
2-0
3-5
0-1
1-0
-
L1
W2
3-5 (.375)
-
-
3-5
1-0
-
L2
W2
1-5 (.167)
-
-
1-5
1-3
-
L2
W1
2-0 (1.000)
2-0
-
-
-
-
W2
W2
1-1 (.500)
1-1
-
-
-
-
L1
W1
40-1 (.976)
24-0
15-1
1-0
-
-
W31
W31
1-0 (1.000)
-
-
1-0
-
-
W1
W1
1-0 (1.000)
-
-
1-0
-
-
W1
W1
2-0 (1.000)
-
-
2-0
-
-
W2
W2
3-1 (.750)
2-0
1-1
-
-
-
W2
W2
1-0 (1.000)
-
-
1-0
-
-
W1
W1
2-0 (1.000)
-
-
2-0
-
-
W2
W2
5-0 (1.000)1-0-4-0
1-0 -
W5
W5
1-0 (1.000)
-
-
1-0
-
-
W1
W1
1-0 (1.000)
-
-
1-0
-
-
W1
W1
9-2 (.818) 5-00-24-0
-
-
W4
W6
2-1 (.667)
-
-
2-1
-
-
L1
W2
3-0 (1.000)
-
-
3-0
1-0
-
W3
W3
4-0 (1.000)
2-0
-
2-0
-
-
W4
W4
2-0 (1.000)
2-0
-
-
-
-
W2
W2
0-1 (.000)
-
-
0-1
-
-
L1
1-0 (1.000)
-
-
1-0
-
-
W1
W1
3-0 (1.000)2-0-1-0
-
-
W3
W3
39-11 (.780)
18-6
16-5
5-0
-
27-11
W1
W13
4-0 (1.000)2-0-2-0
1-0 -
W4
W4
1-0 (1.000)
1-0
-
-
-
-
W1
W1
15-3 (.833)
7-0
6-3
2-0
-
12-3
W1
W14
9-7 (.563)
0-5
3-1
6-1
0-5
-
W7
W7
4-2 (.667)
-
-
4-2
-
-
W3
W3
6-0 (1.000)2-0-4-0
-
-
W6
W6
1-0 (1.000)
-
-
1-0
-
-
W1
W1
2-0 (1.000)
-
-
2-0
-
-
W2
W2
2-1 (.667)2-0-0-1
-
-
W2
W2
2-0 (1.000)
-
-
2-0
-
-
W2
W2
8-2 (.800)
-
-
8-2
-
-
W4
W4
3-2 (.600) 1-01-01-2
-
-
L2
W3
14-0 (1.000)
9-0
4-0
1-0
-
-
W14
W14
1-0 (1.000)
-
-
1-0
-
-
W1
W1
5-1 (.833)
-
-
5-1
1-1
-
L1
W5
12-6 (.667)
7-0
5-3
0-3
2-4
-
L2
W6
13-0 (1.000)
10-0
2-0
1-0
-
-
W13
W13
1-1 (.500)
-
-
1-1
-
-
L1
W1
6-1 (.857)
5-0
-
1-1
-
-
W5
W5
2-1 (.667)
1-0
-
1-1
-
-
W1
W1
3-4 (.429)
2-2
0-2
1-0
-
-
W1
W2
2-1 (.667)
-
-
2-1
-
-
L1
W2
3-2 (.600)
1-0
-
2-2
-
-
W3
W3
2-0 (1.000)
2-0
-
-
-
-
W2
W2
1-0 (1.000)
-
-
1-0
-
-
W1
W1
2-0 (1.000)
2-0
-
-
-
-
W2
W2
3-1 (.750)
-
-
3-1
-
-
W3
W3
1-0 (1.000)
-
1-0
-
-
-
W1
W1
2-0 (1.000)1-0-1-0
-
-
W2
W2
87-26 (.770) 36-940-1411-3
1-0
9-2
W3
W13
17-0 (1.000)6-08-03-0
-
-
W17
W17
1-0 (1.000)
1-0
-
-
-
-
W1
W1
2-2 (.500)
-
-
2-2
-
-
W1
W1
3-0 (1.000)
2-0
-
1-0
-
-
W3
W3
43-30 (.589)
23-14
17-12
3-4
-
4-0
W21
W21
6-13 (.316) 2-54-70-1
4-4
-
W3
W3
4-0 (1.000)
2-0
2-0
-
-
-
W4
W4
2-0 (1.000)
2-0
-
-
-
-
W2
W2
1-0 (1.000)
-
-
1-0
1-0
-
W1
W1
1-0 (1.000)
-
-
1-0
-
-
W1
W1
2-1 (.667)0-1-2-0
0-1 -
W1
W1
93-24 (.795)
50-9
36-13
7-2
1-0
-
W3
W38
1-0 (1.000)
1-0
-
-
-
-
W1
W1
5-4 (.556)
-
2-0
3-4
3-0
-
L4
W5
Ragin’ Cajuns Softball
First
Last
3/18/1990 3/18/1990
5/15/1987 3/16/1989
2/22/1997
3/4/2011
2/23/2007 2/25/2007
5/28/1993
3/17/2011
3/19/1987 3/18/2011
3/5/2010 2/12/2011
3/23/1985 4/12/1987
2/16/2003 2/16/2003
2/28/1984 3/10/1989
4/22/1983
5/17/2009
3/10/2003 3/10/2003
2/24/2001 2/25/2001
5/22/1993 3/12/1999
2/13/2010 2/14/2010
2/12/2010 2/12/2010
3/8/1998 3/8/1998
3/8/2008 3/8/2008
3/1/1992 3/21/2010
5/28/1993 3/15/2001
3/18/1988 5/23/1999
3/16/1996 3/16/1996
3/24/1982 3/24/1982
3/14/1987 4/13/2011
3/21/1992 3/21/1992
4/22/1983 4/22/1983
4/19/1991 4/16/1994
3/25/2000 2/19/2006
2/24/2007 2/24/2007
3/17/1989 3/5/1994
5/30/1993
2/20/2009
2/17/2002 2/17/2002
2/17/2001 2/17/2001
2/23/1991
2/25/2005
3/20/1993 3/5/2010
4/22/1989 5/16/2008
3/19/1993 3/6/2010
3/18/1994 3/18/1994
4/21/1991 4/21/1991
3/13/1998 3/13/1998
3/2/1985
3/11/1994
3/24/1999 4/7/2011
3/5/2000
5/29/2008
2/25/2000 2/25/2000
3/10/2007 5/14/2011
3/2/1984 2/24/2006
3/19/1999 3/18/2010
4/21/1989
4/15/1995
2/7/2004 2/7/2004
4/15/1994 4/14/1995
2/26/2005
2/10/2007
4/9/1993 3/28/1997
4/16/1988 3/21/1997
2/27/1993
2/27/2010
3/15/1984 2/26/2011
4/19/1985 4/19/1985
3/2/1996 5/18/2000
3/4/2001 5/22/2011
3/24/1989 2/27/2011
3/9/2008 3/9/2008
3/7/1993 3/12/1999
3/18/1988 2/21/1998
1981
3/17/1989
3/16/2000 3/1/2002
3/19/1988 3/7/2010
3/11/2008 3/11/2008
2/25/2011 2/25/2011
2/20/1999 2/20/1999
3/27/1986 3/26/1994
3/8/1982 3/8/1982
2/7/2004
2/20/2009
1981
5/8/2011
3/26/1983
4/12/1987
2/13/2009 2/13/2009
3/3/1996 3/19/2011
3/4/2002 3/6/2011
3/2/1984 3/10/2009
1981
5/22/2010
3/13/1983 4/9/1983
2/18/2011 2/19/2011
5/20/1999 5/20/1999
3/28/1997 3/28/1997
3/1/1997
2/28/2010
1981
3/15/2011
2/11/2006 2/11/2006
5/22/1993 2/26/2010
2011 Ragin’ Cajuns Softball
Overall
HomeAwayNeutral
PostseasonSun BeltCurrent Streak Longest Streak
2-0 (1.000)
2-0
-
-
-
-
W2
W2
41-3 (.932)
31-2
17-1
3-0
-
34-3
W7
W29
1-0 (1.000)
-
-
1-0
-
-
W1
W1
3-1 (.750)2-0-1-1
-
-
W1
W2
10-3 (.769)
4-2
5-1
1-0
1-0
-
W4
W6
5-0 (1.000)
5-0
-
-
-
-
W5
W5
1-2 (.333)1-0-0-2
-
-
L1
W1
7-0 (1.000)
4-0
-
3-0
-
-
W7
W7
1-0 (1.000)
-
-
1-0
-
-
W1
W1
5-4 (.556)3-0-2-4
1-0 -
L2
W4
2-0 (1.000)
-
-
2-0
-
-
W2
W2
2-0 (1.000)
-
-
2-0
-
-
W2
W2
20-0 (1.000)
12-0
8-0
-
-
19-0
W20
W20
14-2 (.875)
8-0
6-2
-
-
-
W12
W12
87-24 (.784)
51-8
31-13
5-3
3-0
-
W8
W24
12-0 (1.000)
7-0
-
5-0
-
-
W12
W12
2-0 (1.000)
-
-
2-0
2-0
-
W2
W2
33-3 (.917)
16-1
16-1
1-1
-
25-1
L1
W18
1-0 (1.000)
-
-
1-0
-
-
W1
W1
2-1 (.667)
2-0
-
0-1
0-1*
-
W2
W2
3-1 (.750)
-
-
3-1
2-0
-
W3
W3
70-13 (.843)
36-5
33-6
1-2
-
-
W14
W20
5-3 (.625)
1-1
-
4-2
-
-
W3
W3
13-9 (.591)
5-2
2-3
6-4
1-2
-
L4
W5
1-2 (.333)
-
-
1-2
-
-
L2
W1
3-5 (.375)
0-1
-
3-4
1-1
-
W3
W3
10-2 (.833)
8-2
2-0
-
-
-
L2
W10
3-5 (.375)
-
0-1
3-4
2-3
-
L2
W2
2-0 (1.000)
-
-
2-0
-
-
W2
W2
3-0 (1.000)
-
-
3-0
-
-
W3
W3
5-0 (1.000)
5-0
-
-
-
-
W5
W5
4-0 (1.000)
-
2-0
2-0
1-0
-
W4
W4
1-0 (1.000)
1-0
-
-
-
-
W1
W1
4-1 (.800)3-0-1-1
-
-
L1
W4
1-0 (1.000)
-
-
1-0
-
-
W1
W1
5-0 (1.000)
2-0
-
3-0
-
-
W5
W5
1-0 (1.000)
-
-
1-0
-
-
W1
W1
17-9 (.654)
15-1
0-1
2-7
0-1
-
W1
W14
10-0 (1.000)
8-0-2-0
-
-
W10
W10
5-0 (1.000)
2-0
-
3-0
1-0
-
W5
W5
2-0 (1.000)
-
-
2-0
-
-
W2
W2
12-3 (.800)
7-0
5-3
-
-
11-3
W8
W8
21-4 (.840)
8-1
5-1
8-2
1-0
-
W2
W9
5-1 (.833)
1-1
-
4-0
-
-
W4
W4
2-0 (1.000)
-
-
2-0
-
-
W2
W2
45-1 (.978)
24-1
20-0
1-0
-
-
W28
W28
1-1 (.500)1-0-0-1
-
-
L1
W1
40-3 (.930)
24-0
13-1
3-2
1-0
-
W15
W22
1-0 (1.000)
-
-
1-0
-
-
W1
W1
4-0 (1.000)
4-0
-
-
-
-
W4
W4
1-0 (1.000)
-
-
1-0
-
-
W1
W1
2-0 (1.000)
-
-
2-0
-
-
W2
W2
4-1 (.800)
1-1
-
3-0
-
-
W2
W2
0-1 (.000)
-
-
0-1
-
-
L1
6-4 (.600)
6-1
-
0-3
-
-
W6
W6
1-0 (.000)
-
-
1-0
-
-
W1
W1
3-0 (1.000)2-0-1-0
-
-
W3
W3
2-0 (1.000)
-
-
2-0
1-0
-
W2
W2
3-3 (.500)
3-1
0-2
-
-
-
L3
W3
1-0 (1.000)
-
-
1-0
-
-
W1
W1
2-0 (1.000)
-
-
2-0
-
-
W2
W2
2-0 (1.000)
2-0
-
-
-
-
W2
W2
2-5 (.286)
-
1-0
1-5
1-1
-
W1
W1
13-12 (.520)
6-3
2-6
5-3
3-1
-
W2
W4
8-2 (.800)
5-2
2-0
1-0
-
-
W2
W5
15-2 (.882)
9-2
-
6-0
2-0
-
W2
W12
3-1 (.750)1-0-2-1
-
-
W2
W2
13-4 (.765) 5-23-05-2
-
-
W5
W5
2-0 (1.000)
-
-
2-0
-
-
W2
W2
0-2 (.000)
-
-
0-2
-
-
L2
19-3 (.864)
11-1
6-2
2-0
-
14-3
W5
W8
5-2 (.714)4-1-1-1
-
-
W1
W2
1-8 (.111) 1-20-20-4
1-8
-
L5
W1
8-3 (.727) 3-00-15-2
1-1
-
W5
W5
3-3 (.500)
1-2
-
2-1
1-2
-
W1
W2
2-0 (1.000)
-
-
2-0
-
-
W2
W2
6-1 (.857)4-1-2-0
-
-
W4
W4
5-1 (.833)2-0-3-1
-
-
W1
W4
1-0 (1.000)
-
-
1-0
-
-
W1
W1
5-6 (.455)2-0-3-6
2-0 -
L5
W4
1-0 (1.000)
-
-
1-0
-
-
W1
W1
36-9 (.800)
16-4
17-4
3-1
-
29-8
W6
W7
5-0 (1.000)
2-0
-
3-0
-
-
W5
W5
1-0 (1.000)
-
-
1-0
-
-
W1
W1
0-2 (.000)
-
-
0-2
-
-
L2
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Series History
Opponent
Michigan State
Middle Tennessee
Midwestern State
Minnesota
Mississippi State
Mississippi Valley State
Missouri
Missouri State
Mobile
Nebraska
Nevada
New Mexico New Mexico State
New Orleans
Nicholls State
North Carolina
North Carolina State
North Texas
Northeast Oklahoma
Northern Illinois
Northwestern Northwestern State
Notre Dame
Oklahoma
Oklahoma City
Oklahoma State
Ole Miss
Oregon
Oregon State
Penn State
Prairie View A&M
Princeton
Providence
Purdue
Radford
Rhode Island
Rutgers
Sam Houston State
Samford
San Diego State
Seton Hall
South Alabama
South Carolina
South Florida
Southeast Missouri State
Southeastern Louisiana
Southern
Southern Miss
Southern Utah
St. Edward’s
St. John’s
St. Louis
St. Mary’s
Stanford
Stephen F. Austin
Stetson
Syracuse
Temple
Tennessee
Tennessee Tech
Tennessee-Martin
Tennessee State
Texas
Texas A&M
Texas A&M-Corpus Christi
Texas State
Texas Tech
Texas-Arlington
Texas-Southern
Toledo
Troy
Tulsa
UCLA
UNLV
Utah Utah State
UTSA
Virginia
Virginia Tech
Washinton
Western Illinois
Western Kentucky
Wichita State
Winthrop
Wisconsin
29
2011 Ragin’ Cajuns Softball
1981
Coach: Yvette Girouard
DateOpponent
New Orleans
New Orleans
Indiana State
Indiana State
Nicholls State
Nicholls State
McNeese State
McNeese State
Nicholls State
Nicholls State
ULM
ULM
Jerry’s Caterer’s (Exh.)
Jerry’s Caterer’s (Exh.)
ULM
ULM
McNeese State
McNeese State
New Orleans
New Orleans
McNeese State1
LSU1
1 - LAIAW Tournament
All-Time Results
1982
30
Coach: Yvette Girouard
DateOpponent
3/4
Indiana State
3/4
Indiana State
3/6
Sam Houston State
3/8
Kent State
3/9
ULM
3/9
ULM
3/17
Mississippi State
3/17
Mississippi State
3/24 Carthage
3/24 Carthage
3/27
Nicholls State
3/27
Nicholls State
3/29 Northwestern State
3/29 Northwestern State
3/30
New Orleans
3/30
New Orleans
4/6
New Orleans
4/6
New Orleans
4/8
ULM
4/8
ULM
4/14 McNeese State
4/14 McNeese State
4/16
Northwestern State
4/16
Northwestern State
4/19 Nicholls State
4/19 Nicholls State
4/21 McNeese State
4/21 McNeese State
1983
6-14
Result
W, 8-3
W, 9-3
L, 3-5
L, 1-9
W, 5-3
W, 11-8
L, 0-2
L, 5-12
L, 2-12
L, 1-4
W, 5-4
W, 10-2
L, 0-4
W, 7-4
L, 4-13
L, 4-9
L, 0-11
L, 3-9
L, 5-6
L, 7-12
L, 0-4
L, 0-4
15-13
Result
L, 0-3
W, 4-1
L, 3-4
W, 4-0
W, 8-7
W, 9-8
L, 3-13
W, 15-9
W, 14-7
L, 8-10
L, 3-5
L, 6-9
W, 3-2
L, 7-9
W, 2-1
W, 5-4
W, 5-0
W, 5-4
W, 14-1
W, 3-2
L, 0-8
L, 4-9
W, 1-0
L, 1-3
L, 9-11
W, 6-3
L, 0-5
L, 2-3
22-13
Coach: Yvette Girouard
Southland South Zone Record: 6-2
Southland South Zone Champions
DateOpponent
Result
2/26 Mississippi State
W, 2-1
2/26 Mississippi State
W, 6-1
3/2
Northwestern State
W, 3-0
3/2
Northwestern State
L, 0-6
3/6
Nicholls State
L, 1-3
3/6
Nicholls State
W, 10-2
3/9
Indiana State
W, 2-1
3/9
Indiana State
L, 3-5
3/13
LSU-Alexandria
W, 12-2
3/13
LSU-Alexandria
W, 6-4
3/17 Stephen F. Austin
L, 1-3
3/18 ULM
W, 1-0
3/18 ULM
L, 2-3
3/26
Lamar
W, 1-0
3/26
Lamar
W, 6-1
3/27
Lamar
W, 5-0
3/27
Lamar
W, 2-1
4/9
LSU-Alexandria
W, 2-0
4/9
LSU-Alexandria
W, 20-1
4/12
Nicholls State
W, 2-0
4/12
Nicholls State
L, 0-6
4/16 McNeese State
W, 1-0
4/16 McNeese State
L, 1-4
4/17 McNeese State
L, 2-6
4/17 McNeese State
W, 2-0
4/22
Oklahoma State1
L, 0-8
4/22
Midwestern State1
W, 1-0
4/22
Central State1
W, 4-1
4/22Baylor1
W, 1-0
4/23Texas-Arlington1
W, 3-2
4/23
Oklahoma State1
L, 2-7
1
4/23
Sam Houston State L, 3-14
4/29Lamar2
W, 3-2
4/30
McNeese State2
L, 0-2
4/30Texas-Arlington2
L, 3-6
1 - UTA Lady Maverick Invitational (Irving, Texas)
2 - Southland Conference Tournament
1984
28-9
Coach: Yvette Girouard
Southland South Zone Record: 6-2
Southland South Zone Champions
Southland Tournament Champions
DateOpponent
Result
2/28 Ball State
W, 8-2
2/28 Ball State
W, 5-3
1
3/2
Louisiana Tech W, 1-0
1
3/2
Florida State L, 0-1
3/2
Stephen F. Austin1L,2-3
3/10 ULM
L, 0-2
3/10 ULM
W, 4-2
3/11 New Orleans
W, 10-0
3/11 New Orleans
W, 8-1
3/15 Grambling State
W, 5-1
3/15 Grambling State
W, 6-1
3/17 Lamar
W, 5-0
3/17 Lamar
W, 4-0
3/18 Lamar
W, 3-0
3/18 Lamar
W, 7-0
3/21 Nicholls State
L, 0-2
3/21 Nicholls State
W, 3-1
3/25
ULM
L, 0-2
3/25
ULM
W, 5-3
3/31
McNeese State
W, 5-2
3/31
McNeese State
L, 2-3
4/1
McNeese State
L, 1-2
4/1
McNeese State
W, 3-2
4/7
Mississippi State
W, 1-0
4/7
Mississippi State
W, 3-2
4/9
New Orleans
W, 21-0
4/9
New Orleans
W, 5-0
2
4/13Texas-Arlington W, 4-1
4/13
Texas Tech2
W, 5-3
4/13Baylor2
L, 1-2
2
4/14
Oklahoma City W, 10-3
2
4/14
Texas Tech L, 0-3
4/25
Northwestern State
W, 8-0
4/25
Northwestern State
W, 7-0
4/27ULM3
4/28 McNeese State3
4/28ULM3
1 - Budweiser Bayou Classic (Thibodaux, La.)
2 - UTA Tournament (Irving, Texas)
3 - Southland Conference Tournament (Lafayette, La.)
1985
W, 2-1
W, 1-0
W, 2-0
39-13
Coach: Yvette Girouard
Southland Record: 12-0
Southland Conference Champions
DateOpponent
Result
2/26 Ball State
W, 11-0
2/26 Ball State
W, 4-0
1
3/2
St. Louis W, 8-2
3/2
Texas A&M1
L, 0-1
3/2Evansville1
W, 5-3
1
3/3
Sam Houston State W, 1-0
1
3/3
Louisiana Tech L, 0-2
3/7
Nicholls State
W, 1-0
3/7
Nicholls State
L, 0-3
3/9
Northwestern State
W, 9-4
3/9
Northwestern State
W, 7-3
3/11 Louisiana Tech
L, 0-2
3/11 Louisiana Tech
L, 0-3
3/15
Northwestern State2
W, 5-2
2
3/15
McNeese State W, 1-0
3/16Lamar2
W, 1-0
3/16
Nicholls State2
L, 1-2
3/19
Grambling State
W, 2-1
3/19
Grambling State
W, 6-0
3/23
McNeese State
W, 3-2
3/23
Arkansas State3
W, 6-1
3/24
McNeese State
W, 4-2
3
3/24
Arkansas State W, 4-3
3/27 South Florida
W, 1-0
3/27 South Florida
L, 2-7
3/30 New Orleans
W, 13-0
3/30 New Orleans
W, 17-0
4/2
Louisiana Tech
W, 1-0
4/2
Louisiana Tech
L, 0-1
4/5
Grambling State
W, 5-0
4/5
Grambling State
W, 5-0
4/6
North Texas W, 9-3
4/6
Lamar
W, 4-0
4/7
North Texas
W,6-0
4/7
Lamar
W, 10-0
4/13ULM4
W, 5-1
4/13Texas-Arlington4
W, 3-0
W, 2-0
4/14ULM4
4/14Texas-Arlington4
W, 7-1
4/17
Nicholls State
L, 0-4
4/17
Nicholls State
W, 9-2
4/19
Northeast Oklahoma5
W, 6-0
5
4/19
Hill College W, 6-1
4/20Texas-Arlington5
W, 4-3
4/20
Stephen F. Austin5
L, 0-2
5
4/20
Oklahoma City L, 6-8
4/23
New Orleans
W, 9-0
4/23
New Orleans
W, 10-0
4/26Lamar6
W, 5-1
4/27ULM6
W, 2-0
6
4/27ULM L, 0-2
4/28ULM6
L, 0-2
1 - Budweiser Bayou Classic (Thibodaux, La.)
2 - Sulphur Tournament (Sulphur, La.)
3 - Neutral Site Games (Lake Charles, La.)
4 - Neutral Sire Games (Beaumont, Texas)
5 - UTA Tournament (Irving, Texas)
6 - Southland Conf. Tournament (Monroe, La.)
1986
32-19
Coach: Yvette Girouard
Southland Record: 10-2
Southland Conference Champions
DateOpponent
Result
2/27 Southwest Texas State
W, 4-1
2/27 Southwest Texas State
W, 10-0
2/28
Mississippi State1
W, 2-1
2/28
Texas State1
W, 8-2
3/1
Texas A&M1
L, 1-2
1
3/1Toledo L, 3-5
3/8
Nicholls State
W, 2-0
3/8
Nicholls State
W, 5-1
3/9
Northwestern State
L, 0-5
3/9
Northwestern State
L, 2-3
3/10
Grambling State
W, 7-0
3/10
Grambling State
W, 7-0
2
3/15Virginia W, 2-1
3/20 Southeastern La.
W, 1-0
3/20 Southeastern La.
W, 6-1
3/22
Arkansas State3
W, 9-1
3/22
ULM
W, 5-0
3/23
Arkansas State3
W, 8-1
3/23
ULM
W, 3-0
3/27
Sam Houston State4
L, 0-2
4
3/27Kansas L, 1-2
3/27Northwestern4
L, 1-2
3/28
South Carolina4
W, 5-1
3/28
Oklahoma State4
L, 0-1
3/29
Texas A&M4
W, 3-2
3/29
Sam Houston State4
L, 0-2
4/2
Southeastern La.
W, 8-3
4/2
Southeastern La.
W, 2-1
4/5
North Texas
W, 4-1
4/5
Texas-Arlington
L, 0-1
4/6
North Texas
L, 0-2
4/6
Texas-Arlington
W, 5-1
4/7
Mississippi State
L, 0-3
4/7
Mississippi State
L, 1-5
4/12
McNeese State5
W, 1-0
4/12
Lamar
W, 5-3
5
4/13
McNeese State W, 7-0
4/13
Lamar
W, 8-0
4/15
Louisiana Tech
L, 1-7
4/15
Louisiana Tech
L, 0-1
4/16 Northwestern State
W, 8-1
4/16 Northwestern State
W, 1-0
4/22 Nicholls State
W, 2-0
4/22 Nicholls State
W, 3-1
4/25
McNeese State6
W, 2-0
6
4/26ULM L, 1-2
4/26
McNeese State6
W, 3-2
4/26ULM6
W, 4-2
6
4/26ULM L, 1-2
4/28 Louisiana Tech
L, 0-3
4/28 Louisiana Tech
L, 3-5
1 - Budweiser Bayou Classic (Houma, La.)
2- South Florida Tournament (Tampa, Fla.)
3 - Netral Site Games (Monroe, La.)
4 - Houston Classic (Houston, Texas)
5 - Neutral Site Games (Beaumont, Texas)
6 - Southland Conference Tournament (Arlington, Texas)
1987
31-18
Coach: Yvette Girouard
Southland Record: 10-2
Southland Conference Champions
Southland Tournament Champions
National Invitational Tournament
DateOpponent
Result
3/1Texas-Arlington1
W, 4-2
3/1
Texas A&M1
L, 0-4
3/2
Southern Miss
W, 9-0
3/2
Southern Miss
W, 8-0
Ragin’ Cajuns Softball
3/9
McNeese State
3/9
McNeese State
3/14 Centenary
3/14 Centenary
3/16 McNeese State
3/16 McNeese State
3/19
Arizona State2
3/19
Penn State2
3/19
Oklahoma City2
3/20
Louisiana Tech2
3/20Baylor2
3/21
Sam Houston State2
3/21
St. Mary’s2
3/26
Southeastern La.
3/26
Southeastern La.
3/28 Texas-Arlington
3/28 Texas-Arlington
3/31
Nicholls State
3/31
Nicholls State
4/4
North Texas
4/4
ULM
4/5
North Texas
4/5
ULM
4/7
Louisiana Tech
4/7
Louisiana Tech
4/8
Northwestern State
4/8
Northwestern State
4/11Lamar3
4/11
Arkansas State
4/12Lamar3
4/12
Arkansas State
4/14 Southeastern La.
4/14 Southeastern La.
4/15
Louisiana Tech
4/15
Louisiana Tech
4/22 Northwestern State
4/22 Northwestern State
4/24ULM4
4/25
McNeese State4
4/25Texas-Arlington4
4/25Texas-Arlington4
4/28 Nicholls State
4/28 Nicholls State
5/15
Northern Illinois5
5/15Akron5
L, 0-4
L, 1-2
W, 7-0
W, 6-0
L, 0-2
W, 2-0
L, 1-9
W, 8-0
L, 0-2
L, 0-4
W, 7-6
W, 4-2
W, 3-0
W, 14-3
W, 10-0
L, 0-1
W, 2-0
L, 3-4
L, 1-0
W, 5-0
W, 2-0
W, 3-1
W, 6-0
L, 0-1
L, 0-1
W, 5-2
W, 4-0
W, 10-1
W, 15-0
W, 4-1
W, 10-0
W, 11-0
W, 9-0
L, 3-5
L, 0-1
W, 5-0
W, 3-0
W, 12-0
W, 8-0
L, 1-2
W, 6-1
L, 4-5
W, 2-0
L, 2-3
L, 0-1
1 - 1st Annual Louisiana Classics (Lafayette, La.)
2 - Houston Classic (Houston, Texas)
3 - Neutral Site Games (Jonesboro, Ark.)
4 - Southland Conference Tournament (Denton, Texas)
5 - National Inviational Tournament
1988
Coach: Yvette Girouard
DateOpponent
2/27 Southern Miss1
2/27 Nicholls State1
2/28 Texas A&M1
2/28 Nicholls State1
2/28 Texas A&M1
3/6
Southern Miss
3/6
Southern Miss
3/11 McNeese State
3/11 McNeese State
3/13
Centenary
3/13
Centenary
3/18Texas-Arlington2
3/18California2
3/18Indiana2
3/19
Iowa State2
3/19Baylor2
3/19Texas-Arlington2
3/19
Southwest Texas State2
3/23 Northwestern State
3/23 Northwestern State
3/27 Nicholls State
3/27 Nicholls State
3/29 Southern Miss
3/29 Southern Miss
4/6
ULM
4/6
ULM
4/8
Louisiana Tech
4/8
Louisiana Tech
4/9
Nicholls State
4/9
Nicholls State
4/12
McNeese State
4/12
McNeese State
4/15
Nicholls State3
4/15
South Carolina3
4/16
Georiga State3
4/16
North Carolina3
4/16
Iowa State3
4/20 ULM
4/20 ULM
4/21
Northwestern State
4/21
Northwestern State
4/23 Centenary
4/23 Centenary
4/27
Louisiana Tech
4/27
Louisiana Tech
29-16
1 - 2nd Annual Louisiana Classics (Lafayette, La.)
2 - Houston Classic (Houston, Texas)
3 - Chattanooga Intercollegiate (Chattanooga, Tenn.)
1989
Coach: Yvette Girouard
DateOpponent
2/25 Southern Miss1
2/25 Northwestern State1
2/25 Texas A&M1
2/26 Northwestern State1
3/4
Centenary
3/4
Centenary
3/5
Northwestern State
3/5
Northwestern State
3/10
Ball State2
3/10
Stephen F. Austin2
3/11
Texas State2
3/11
Texas A&M2
3/12
Utah State2
3/12
Louisiana Tech2
3/14
ULM
3/14
ULM
3/16Akron3 3/16
Southern Miss3
3/16ULM3
3/17
St. Mary’s3
3/17
Colorado State3
3/17
Sam Houston State3
3/17
Indiana State3
3/18
Nicholls State3
3/18
Sam Houston State3
3/18
Nicholls State3
3/23 St. Mary’s
3/23 St. Mary’s
3/24
Houston Baptist
3/24
Houston Baptist
3/27 Louisiana Tech
3/27 Louisiana Tech
3/28
Southeastern La.
3/28
Southeastern La.
3/30 McNeese State
3/30 McNeese State
4/1
Southern Miss
4/1
Southern Miss
Result
W, 1-0
L, 1-2
W, 1-0
W, 4-1
L, 1-3
L, 0-1
W, 2-1
W, 1-0
W, 8-1
W, 1-0
W, 8-0
W, 3-0
L, 0-4
W, 1-0
L, 2-4
L, 2-5
W, 2-1
W, 5-1
W, 2-1
W, 4-0
W, 3-0
W, 1-0
W, 8-0
W, 5-2
W, 4-1
W, 7-2
L, 0-5
W, 2-1
W, 1-0
L, 2-10
L, 0-1
L, 6-7
W, 4-0
L, 0-1
L, 0-1
W, 2-1
L, 1-3
W, 4-0
L, 2-3
W, 4-3
W, 3-0
W, 2-0
W, 2-0
L, 0-1
L, 0-4
48-16
Result
W, 8-2
W, 2-1
L, 1-2
L, 0-1
W, 3-0
W, 8-0
W, 3-1
W, 2-1
W, 1-0
L, 0-4
W, 5-0
L, 0-2
W, 5-4
L, 0-2
W, 8-1
W, 4-1
L, 0-1
W, 4-0
W, 6-1
W, 2-1
W, 4-1
L, 0-5
W, 4-1
W, 8-3
L, 1-2
L, 8-12
L, 1-2
W, 4-0
W, 20-0
W, 12-1
L, 0-1
L, 2-6
W, 7-0
W, 5-0
W, 12-0
W, 6-0
W, 1-0
W, 2-1
4/2
Northwestern State
4/2
Northwestern State
4/4
Southeastern La.
4/4
Southeastern La.
4/8
Louisiana Tech
4/9
Centenary
4/9
Centenary
4/15
Southern Miss
4/15
Southern Miss
4/16 Nicholls State
4/16 Nicholls State
4/18 ULM
4/18 ULM
4/19
McNeese State
4/19
McNeese State
4/21Furman4
4/21
North Carolina4
4/22
Florida State4
4/22
East Carolina4
4/22
Nicholls State4
4/27
Nicholls State
4/27
Nicholls State
4/29 Houston Baptist
4/29 Houston Baptist
4/30 Houston Baptist
4/30 Houston Baptist
1 - 3rd Annual Louisiana Classics (Lafayette, La.)
2 - Aggie Invitational(College Station, Texas)
3 - Houston Classic (Houston, Texas)
4 - Frost Cutlery Classic (Chattanooga, Tenn.)
1990
Coach: Yvette Girouard
NCAA Regionals Runner-Up
DateOpponent
2/23 Southeastern La.
2/23 Southeastern La.
2/24 Southern Miss1
2/24ULM1
2/24 Texas A&M1
2/25 Southern Miss1
2/25 Texas A&M1
3/4
Northwestern State
3/4
Northwestern State
3/6
Louisiana Tech
3/6
Louisiana Tech
3/7
McNeese State
3/7
McNeese State
3/11 North Carolina
3/11 North Carolina
3/13 South Carolina
3/13 South Carolina
3/16Oklahoma2
3/16
Florida State2
3/16
Rhode Island2
3/18Adelphi2
3/18Stetson2
3/21
Southeastern La.
3/21
Southeastern La.
3/22 Texas-Arlington
3/22 Texas-Arlington
3/24 Southwest Texas State
3/24 Southwest Texas State
3/25
Nicholls State
3/25
Nicholls State
3/31
Oklahoma
3/31
Oklahoma
4/7
Louisiana Tech
4/7
Louisiana Tech
4/8
ULM
4/8
ULM
4/12 McNeese State
4/12 McNeese State
4/13 Southern Miss
4/13 Southern Miss
4/16 ULM
4/16 ULM
4/20
Northwestern State3
4/20Furman3
4/20
Georgia State3
4/24
Southern Miss
4/24
Southern Miss
4/29 Nicholls State
4/29 Nicholls State
5/18 Texas A&M4
5/18 Florida State4
5/19 Florida State4
1 - 4th Annual Louisiana Classics (Lafayette, La.)
2 - Seminole Invitational (Tallahasse, Fla.)
3 - Frost Cutlery Classic (Chattanooga, Tenn.)
4 - NCAA Regionals (Lafayette, La.)
1991
Coach: Yvette Girouard
NCAA Regionals
DateOpponent
2/23 Southern Miss1
2/23Samford1
2/23DePaul1
2/24 Southern Miss1
2/25Samford1
2/27 Louisiana Tech
2/27 Louisiana Tech
3/8
ULM
3/8
ULM
3/9
McNeese State
3/9
McNeese State
3/14
Arizona State2
3/14
Sam Houston State2
3/14Nebraska2
3/20
Northwestern State
3/20
Northwestern State
3/22Oklahoma3
3/22 Southeastern La.3
3/23Oklahoma3
3/23 Southeastern La.3
3/27
Southern Miss
3/27
Southern Miss
3/28
Nicholls State
3/28
Nicholls State
4/5
South Florida4 4/5
Georgia State4 4/5 Wichita State4 4/6Winthrop4
4/6
Georgia State4
4/6
South Carolina4
4/6
Florida State4
4/16 Nicholls State
4/16 Nicholls State
4/19Charlotte5
4/19
South Carolina5
4/21
South Carolina5
4/21
Louisiana Tech5
4/21
Eastern Michigan5
4/23 Northwestern State
4/23 Northwestern State
4/28 Southern Miss
5/18 Florida State6
5/18 Oklahoma State6
1 - 5th Annual Louisiana Classics (Lafayette, La.)
2 - Houston Classics (Houston, Texas)
3 - USL Round-Robin (Lafayette, La.)
4 - Southern Invitational (Birmingham, Ala.)
5 - Frost Cutlery Classic (Chattanooga, Tenn.)
6 - NCAA Regionals at Lafayette (Lafayette, La.)
W, 2-0
W, 8-0
W, 3-1
W, 7-0
W, 2-0
W, 2-1
L, 1-3
W, 6-0
W, 4-0
W, 2-1
W, 4-2
W, 10-0
L, 5-6
W, 12-0
W, 1-0
W, 1-0
W, 1-0
L, 2-4
W, 6-3
L, 0-3
W, 4-0
W, 4-3
W, 7-2
W, 20-0
W, 3-0
W, 8-0
44-8
Result
W, 7-1
W, 1-0
W, 8-0
W, 2-1
W, 2-0
W, 7-1
W, 1-0
W, 5-0
W, 6-1
L, 0-1
W, 4-2
W, 10-0
W, 7-1
W, 3-0
W, 4-1
W, 1-0
W, 4-3
W, 2-0
W, 2-1
W, 10-4
W, 1-0
W, 10-0
W, 3-0
W, 4-0
W, 3-2
W, 1-0
W, 4-1
W, 3-1
W, 3-2
L, 2-3
W, 2-0
W, 2-0
L, 0-1
L, 1-3
W, 7-0
W, 3-0
W, 4-0
L, 0-1
W, 2-0
W, 3-2
W, 3-1
W, 4-0
L, 0-1
W, 8-7
W, 4-0
W, 2-1
W, 7-0
W, 2-0
W, 8-0
W, 1-0
L, 3-4
L, 1-2
33-10
Result
W, 3-1
W, 4-0
W, 2-0
W, 12-0
W, 3-1
W, 1-0
L, 0-1
W, 9-1
L, 4-6
W, 3-0
W, 7-2
W, 5-4
L, 1-4
W, 3-1
L, 1-2
W, 4-0
W, 7-2
L, 3-5
L, 2-3
W, 3-0
W, 9-2
W, 7-0
W, 3-1
W, 3-1
W, 8-0
W, 1-0
W, 3-0
W, 5-3
W, 3-2
W, 5-4
L, 0-3
W, 5-0
W, 4-3
W, 5-0
W, 4-0
W, 3-1
W, 1-0
L, 0-1
W, 1-0
W, 2-1
W, 2-0
L, 0-1
L, 2-3
1992
41-12
Coach: Yvette Girouard
NCAA Regionals Runner-Up
DateOpponent
Result
2/23Samford1
W, 7-2
2/23Oklahoma1
W, 3-0
2/23DePaul1
W, 7-2
2
2/28
Southern Utah W, 4-3
2/28UNLV2
L, 0-6
2/28Oregon2
L, 1-2
2/29Toldeo2
L, 2-3
2
2/29Utah W, 2-1
3/1Oregon2
W, 6-1
3/1
Cal State Fullerton2
L, 1-2
3/7
Southern Miss
W, 10-0
3/7
Southern Miss
W, 10-0
3/10
McNeese State
W, 14-0
3/10
McNeese State
W, 1-0
3/13 South Carolina
W, 2-0
3/13 South Carolina
W, 5-1
3/14 South Carolina
W, 4-0
3/14 South Carolina
L, 1-7
3/20California3
L, 0-1
3
3/20ULM W, 8-2
3
3/21
Central Michigan W, 5-3
3/21
St. Mary’s3
W, 5-2
3/21
Oklahoma State3
L, 0-1
3/24 Southwest Missouri State
W, 3-1
3/24 Southwest Missouri State
W, 2-1
3/27
Wichita State4
W, 4-1
3/27Samford4
W, 10-2
3/27Furman4
W, 8-2
4
3/28
North Carolina W, 7-0
3/28
Notre Dame4
W, 4-1
3/28
Wichita State4
W, 3-2
3/28
South Carolina4
W, 3-1
4/1
Southeastern La.
W, 4-1
4/1
Southeastern La.
W, 7-0
4/4
Louisiana Tech
L, 0-2
4/4
Louisiana Tech
W, 7-0
4/5
Southern Miss
W, 11-0
4/5
Southern Miss
W, 7-0
4/9
Northwestern State
W, 1-0 (21)
4/13 McNeese State
W, 4-0
4/16 Houston Baptist
W, 1-0
4/16 Houston Baptist
W, 16-1
4/17 Sam Houston State
L, 2-3
4/17 Sam Houston State
W, 1-0
4/25
ULM
W, 3-0
4/25
ULM
W, 8-0
4/26
Louisiana Tech
W, 1-0
4/26
Louisiana Tech
L, 1-2
4/28 Nicholls State
W, 1-0
4/28 Nicholls State
W, 2-1
5/16 Florida State5
L, 0-1
5/16UNLV5
W, 1-0
5/17 Florida State5
L, 0-1
1 - 6th Anual Louisiana Classics (Lafayette, La.)
2 - UNLV Spring Fling (Las Vegas, N.V.)
3 - Houston Classics (Houston, Texas)
4 - Southern Invitational (Pelham, Ala.)
5 - NCAA Regionals at Lafayette (Lafayette, La.)
1993
57-7
Coach: Yvette Girouard
NCAA Regionals Champions
NCAA Women’s College World Series
DateOpponent
Result
2/20 McNeese State1
W, 5-0
2/20 Northern Illinois1
W, 3-2
1
2/21 McNeese State W, 3-1
2
2/26Minnesota W, 3-2
2/26Minnesota2
W, 5-1
2/27Samford2
W, 7-1
2
2/27 Georgia Tech W, 9-0
2
2/28DePaul W, 2-1
3/3
Louisiana Tech
W, 10-0
3/3
Louisiana Tech
W, 6-0
3
3/5
Texas A&M W, 5-2
3/5Kansas3
W, 5-4
3/6Centenary3
W, 4-3
3/7
Illinois State3
W, 2-0
3
3/7
Texas A&M L, 2-7
3/9
Sam Houston State
W, 1-0
3/9
Sam Houston State
W, 3-1
3/16 Southwest Missouri State
W, 7-2
3/16 Southwest Missouri State
W, 11-0
3/19
Georgia State4
W, 5-0
3/19
Eastern Illinois4
W, 4-2
3/19
Florida State4
W, 2-1
4
3/20
Rhode Island W, 10-0
3/20Drake4
W, 4-2
3/20
South Florida4
W, 3-0
3/21
Nicholls State4
W, 9-2
4
3/21
Florida State L, 1-2
3/27 Centenary
W, 7-0
3/27 Centenary
W, 8-0
4/1
McNeese State
W, 5-1
4/1
McNeese State
W, 4-1
4/3
Southeastern La.
W, 8-0
4/3
Southeastern La.
W, 4-3
4/9
Georgia Southern5
W, 5-0
4/9
Georgia State5
L, 0-2
4/9
South Carolina5
L, 0-1
4/10
Georgia State5
W, 1-0
4/10
South Carolina5
W, 3-2
4/11
South Carolina
W, 6-1
4/11
South Carolina
W, 6-0
4/15
Northwestern State
W, 8-0
4/15
Northwestern State
W, 8-3
4/17 St. Edward’s
W, 5-0
4/17 St. Edward’s
W, 7-1
4/18 Houston Baptist
W, 6-0
4/18 Houston Baptist
W, 4-0
4/21
Nicholls State
W, 6-1
4/21
Nicholls State
L, 2-3
4/23
Centenary
W, 8-0
4/23
Centenary
W, 9-1
4/24
Louisiana Tech
W, 3-1
4/24
Louisiana Tech
W, 2-1
4/25
ULM
W, 3-0
4/25
ULM
W, 7-5
4/27
Southeastern La.
W, 23-0
4/27
Southeastern La.
W, 7-0
5/22
Bowling Green6
W, 7-3
5/22Michigan6
W, 6-5
5/23Michigan6
W, 2-1
7
5/28
Cal State Northridge W, 4-2
5/29Arizona7
L, 1-2
5/30Connecticut7
W, 1-0
7
5/30Arizona W, 1-0
7
5/31UCLA L, 0-1
1 - USL Round-Robin (Lafayette, La.)
2 - 7th Annual Louisiana Classics (Lafayette, La.)
3 - Aggie Invitational (College Station, Texas)
4 - Florida State Tournament (Tallahassee, Fla.)
5 - South Carolina Round-Robin (Columbia, S.C.)
6 - NCAA Regionals (Ann Arbor, Mich.)
7 - NCAA Women’s College World Series (Oklahoma City, Okla.)
2011 Ragin’ Cajuns Softball
1994
57-5 1996
1 - 8th Annual Louisiana Classics (Lafayette, La.)
2 - Aggie Invitational (College Station, Texas)
3 - PONY Invitational (Fullerton, Calif.)
4 - Frost Cutlery Classic (Chattanooga, Tenn.)
5 - NCAA Regionals (Lafayette, La.)
1995
1 - 10th Annual Louisiana Classics (Lafayette, La.)
2 - NFCA Leadoff Classic (Columbus, Ga.)
3 - PONY Invitational (Fullerton, Calif.)
4 - NCAA Regionals (Lafayette, La.)
5 - NCAA Women’s College World Series (Columbus, Ga.)
1997
49-9
Coach: Yvette Girouard
NCAA Regionals Champions
NCAA Women’s College World Series
DateOpponent
Result
2/18Samford1
W, 8-0
2/18 North Carolina1
W, 4-0
1
2/19 North Carolina W, 7-0
2/19Samford1
W, 13-0
2/24
#18 Texas A&M2
L, 1-3
2/24
#20 Oklahoma2
W, 2-1
2
2/25
#1 Arizona L, 0-4
2/25
#18 Texas A&M2
L, 4-6
2/26
#20 Oklahoma2
W, 9-1
2
2/26
#1 Arizona L, 4-9
3/3
Furman
W, 3-0
3/3
Furman
W, 4-0
3/6
Sam Houston State
W, 4-0
3/6
Sam Houston State
W, 3-0
3/9
Northwestern State
W, 7-0
3/9
Northwestern State
W, 9-0
3/12 Centenary
W, 8-0
3/12 Centenary
W, 9-0
3/18
McNeese State
W, 6-1
3/18
McNeese State
W, 10-0
3/19 Louisiana Tech
W, 6-0
3/19 Louisiana Tech
W, 4-0
3/21 Texas-San Antonio
W, 11-0
3/21 Texas-San Antonio
L, 1-3
3/24Minnesota3
W, 2-1
3/24
Oregon State3
W, 7-0
3
3/24
#6 UNLV W, 2-1
3/25
Georgia State3
W, 4-1
3/25
#8 Cal State Northridge3
W, 6-3
3
3/26
#3 Cal State Fullerton L, 0-1
3/30 Southeastern La.
W, 5-0
3/30 Southeastern La.
W, 3-0
4/1
#11 South Carolina
W, 1-0
4/1
#11 South Carolina
W, 2-1
4/2
#11 South Carolina
W, 5-1
4/5
#18 Nicholls State
W, 3-0
4/5
#18 Nicholls State
W, 8-6
4/8
Northwestern State
W, 6-0
4/8
Northwestern State
W, 10-0
4/9
ULM
W, 1-0
4/9
ULM
W, 4-0
4/14
George Mason4
W, 11-2
4
4/14
Southeast Missouri State W, 6-1
4/14
Georgia Tech4
W, 1-0
4/15Samford4
W, 29-0
4
4/15Furman W, 14-1
4
4/16Virginia W, 9-0
4/16
#24 Louisiana Tech4
L, 1-4
4/29 Texas A&M
W, 1-0
4/29 Texas A&M
W, 11-0
4/30 McNeese State
W, 3-2
4/30 McNeese State
W, 7-0
5/19 #16 Nicholls State5
W, 5-1
5
5/20 #19 Washington W, 7-6
5
5/20 #19 Washington W, 3-1
5/26
#9 Michigan6
W, 5-0
5/26
#2 UCLA6
L, 0-3
6
5/27
#4 UNLV L, 1-5
1 - 9th Annual Louisiana Classics (Lafayette, La.)
2 - Aggie Invitational (College Station, Texas)
3 - PONY Invitational (Fullerton, Calif.)
4 - Frost Cutlery Classic (Chattanooga, Tenn.)
5 - NCAA Regionals (Lafayette, La.)
6 - NCAA Women’s College World Series (Oklahoma City, Okla.)
46-10 1998
Coach: Yvette Girouard
NCAA Regionals Champions
NCAA Women’s College World Series
DateOpponent
Result
2/23 #9 Oklahoma
L, 2-4
2/23 #9 Oklahoma
W, 5-4
1
2/24Baylor W, 4-3
1
2/24 #25 Texas-San Antonio W, 2-0
2/24Tennessee1
W, 7-3
2/25 #25 Texas-San Antonio1
W, 6-1
1
2/25Tennessee W, 11-0
2
3/1
#5 Cal State Northridge L, 1-4
3/1
#17 Indiana2
L, 0-1
3/2Missouri2
L, 0-6
2
3/2Hofstra W, 15-1
2
3/3DePaul W, 6-4
3/3
Long Beach State2
W, 4-1
3/5
Centenary
W, 3-2
3/5
Centenary
W, 4-0
3/9
Southeastern La.
W, 8-0
3/9
Southeastern La.
W, 1-0
3/10 ULM
W, 1-0
3/10 ULM
W, 1-0
3/12
Nicholls State
W, 4-0
3/12
Nicholls State
W, 12-0
3/15 Sam Houston State
W, 8-0
3/15 Sam Houston State
W, 9-1
3/16 Campbell
W, 6-0
3/16 Campbell
W, 1-0
3/17 Louisiana Tech
W, 2-1
3/17 Louisiana Tech
L, 1-4
3
3/21
#3 Washington W, 4-1
3/21
#4 Cal State Northridge3
L, 2-3
3/22
Georgia State3
W, 8-1
3/23
#12 Oklahoma3
W, 4-0
1
3/23
#5 Cal State Fullerton L, 2-3
3/28
Northwestern State
W, 6-2
3/28
Northwestern State
W, 9-0
4/2
McNeese State
W, 1-0
4/2
McNeese State
W, 8-1
4/7
#8 South Carolina
W, 2-0
4/7
#8 South Carolina
W, 7-2
4/10 Northwestern State
W, 2-0
4/10 Northwestern State
W, 8-0
4/13
Centenary
W, 4-0
4/13
Centenary
W, 5-2
4/15 Southeastern La.
W, 8-0
4/15 Southeastern La.
W, 3-0
4/17 McNeese State
W, 8-0
4/17 McNeese State
W, 2-1
4/23 Nicholls State
W, 6-2
4/23 Nicholls State
W, 4-3
4/25
ULM
L, 0-1
4/25
ULM
W, 1-0
4
5/17 Nicholls State W, 1-0
4
5/18 #18 Nebraska W, 9-4
5/19 Nicholls State4
W, 2-1
5/23
#11 California5
L, 0-2
5
5/25
#24 Princeton W, 7-0
5
5/25
#4 UCLA L, 2-3
Coach: Yvette Girouard
NCAA Regionals Runner-Up
DateOpponent
2/19 McNeese State
2/19 McNeese State
2/20 #10 Oklahoma
2/20 #10 Oklahoma
2/22Baylor1
2/22Alabama1
2/22 #1 Arizona1
2/23Baylor1
2/28
Notre Dame2
3/1Massachusetts2
3/1
#6 South Carolina2
3/2
Illinois State2
3/2
Texas A&M2
3/6
ULM
3/6
ULM
3/7
Texas State
3/7
Texas State
3/11
Northwestern State
3/11
Northwestern State
3/12 Nicholls State
3/12 Nicholls State
3/15
Southeastern La.
3/15
Southeastern La.
3/20
#5 Washington3
3/20
Cal State Fullerton3
3/21
Georgia State3
3/21
#24 Cal State Northridge3
3/22UNLV3
3/26 Nebraska
3/26 Nebraska
3/28
Georgia Southern4
3/28Maryland4
3/29
Virginia Tech4
3/29
Southwest Missouri State4
3/29
Georgia Tech4
3/30
Nicholls State4
3/30Utah4
4/2
#19 ULM
4/2
#19 ULM
4/5Hofstra5
4/5Princeton5
4/6Connecticut5
4/6Princeton5
4/6Connecticut5
4/9
Southeastern La.
4/9
Southeastern La.
4/10 Northwestern State
4/10 Northwestern State
4/13 #20 Louisiana Tech
4/13 #20 Louisiana Tech
4/16
McNeese State
4/16
McNeese State
4/18 Troy 4/18 Troy
4/19 Centenary
4/19 Centenary
4/23
Nicholls State
4/23
Nicholls State
4/29 #24 LSU
4/29 #24 LSU
5/16 #19 ULM6
5/17 #5 UCLA6
5/18 #5 UCLA6
5/18 #5 UCLA6
1 - 11th Annual Louisiana Classics (Lafayette, La.)
2 - NFCA Leadoff Classic (Columbus, Ga.)
3 - PONY Invitational (Fullerton, Calif.)
4 - Georgia Tech Buzz Classic (Marietta, Ga.)
5 - Princeton Invitational (Princeton, N.J.)
6 - NCAA Regional (Lafayette, La.)
46-18
Result
W, 4-1
W, 7-0
W, 2-1
W, 3-2
L, 2-7
W, 3-0
L, 1-4
L, 3-4
L, 2-4
W, 6-0
L, 0-3
L, 2-4
W, 6-5
L, 0-1
L, 0-1
W, 5-0
W, 10-0
W, 6-2
W, 5-2
W, 6-1
W, 4-1
W, 7-0
W, 11-0
L, 4-5
L, 2-3
W, 8-0
L, 2-3
L, 0-2
W, 9-2
W, 7-1
W, 10-2
W, 9-0
W, 11-2
W, 1-0
W, 9-1
W, 3-2
L, 0-4
W, 2-0
L, 1-2
W, 5-2
W, 1-0
W, 6-0
W, 5-2
W, 2-0
W, 8-0
W, 6-0
W, 9-3
W, 6-1
L, 0-1
W, 7-1
W, 1-0
W, 7-3
W, 12-0
W, 5-4
W, 15-0
W, 10-2
W, 3-0
W, 5-4
L, 0-1
W, 11-2
W, 2-1
W, 4-1
L, 0-9
L, 0-3
Coach: Yvette Girouard
DateOpponent
2/19 Tulsa
2/19 Tulsa
2/20Baylor1
2/21Indiana1
2/21Baylor1
3/4
Nicholls State
3/4
Nicholls State
3/5
Northwestern State
3/5
Northwestern State
3/8
Butler
3/8
Butler
3/10 Virginia
3/10 Virginia
3/12
Texas Tech2
3/12
#13 Nebraska2
3/12
Bowling Green2
3/13
Eastern Oklahoma2
3/13
#13 Nebraska2
3/17
ULM
3/17
ULM
3/19
Texas State3
3/19
#3 Washington3
3/20
San Diego State3
3/20
#4 Oklahoma State3
3/21
#11 Texas3
3/25
Southeastern La.
3/25
Southeastern La.
3/28 Illinois State
3/28 Illinois State
3/29 Illinois State
3/29 Illinois State
4/2
Southeastern La.
4/2
Southeastern La.
4/7
#13 LSU
4/7
#13 LSU
4/11
St. Louis4
4/11DePaul4
4/12
Western Illinois4
4/12DePaul4
4/14
Northwestern State
4/14
Northwestern State
4/16
McNeese State
4/16
McNeese State
4/22 ULM
4/22 ULM
4/23 Tennessee
4/23 Tennessee
4/25
Louisiana Tech
4/25
Louisiana Tech
4/26
Centenary
4/26
Centenary
1 - 12th Annual Louisiana Classics (Lafayette, La.)
2 - H.I.T. Tournament (Houston, Texas)
3 - PONY Invitational (Fullerton, Calif.)
4 - DePaul Invitational (Chicago, Ill.)
1999
Coach: Yvette Girouard
NCAA Regionals Runner-Up
DateOpponent
2/18 Tulsa
2/18 Tulsa
2/20 Sam Houston State1
2/20 Jacksonville State1
2/20 Sam Houston State1
2/20 Jacksonville State1
2/26
#5 Michigan2
2/26
#23 Hofstra2
2/27
#18 Arizona State2
2/27
South Carolina2
2/28
#11 Oklahoma2
2/28
#11 DePaul2
3/2
McNeese State
3/2
McNeese State
3/4
Northwestern State
3/4
Northwestern State
3/6
ULM
3/6
ULM
3/9
Southeastern La.
3/9
Southeastern La.
3/12 Illinois State3
3/12 Bowling Green3
3/14 Louisiana Tech
3/14 Louisiana Tech
3/16 #13 LSU
3/16 #13 LSU
3/18
#11 Texas4
3/18
#12 Oregon State4
3/19
#3 Fresno State4
3/19
Cal State Northridge4
3/20
#4 Washington4
3/20
#11 Texas4
3/24 FIU
3/24 FIU
3/25 Northwestern State
3/25 Northwestern State
4/6
Nicholls State
4/6
Nicholls State
4/9
Cal State Fullerton5
4/9
McNeese State5
4/10 McNeese State5
4/10 Cal State Fullerton5
4/13
ULM
4/13
ULM
4/15 Southeastern La.
4/15 Southeastern La.
4/17 Centenary
4/17 Centenary 4/20 Nicholls State
4/20 Nicholls State
4/23
#15 Southern Miss6
4/23Tennessee6
4/24
#21 South Florida6
4/24Tennessee6
4/25
#21 South Florida6
4/25
#15 Southern Miss6
5/1
Ole Miss
5/1
Ole Miss
5/2
Mississippi State
5/2
Mississippi State
5/20Manhattan7
5/21Hofstra7
5/22
#17 California7
5/23
#17 California7
5/23
#17 California7
1 - 13th Annual Louisiana Classics (Lafayette, La.)
2 - NFCA Leadoff Classic (Columbus, Ga.)
3 - Cajun Invitational I (Lafayette, La.)
4 - KIA Klassic (Fullerton, Calif.)
5 - Cajun Invitational II (Lafayette, La.)
6 - Lady Vol Classic (Knoxville, Tenn.)
7 - NCAA Regional (Amherst, Mass.)
2000
36-15
Result
W, 5-2
L, 3-4
W, 3-2
W, 4-0
W, 6-0
L, 3-5
W, 3-1
L, 0-1
W, 5-4
W, 3-0
W, 8-1
W, 3-1
W, 4-0
W, 2-0
L, 5-13
W, 9-1
W, 9-0
L, 1-2
W, 10-0
L, 1-2
W, 3-2
L, 1-3
W, 10-2
W, 4-2
L, 0-4
W, 3-2
W, 12-0
W, 5-2
W, 3-1
W, 5-0
W, 5-1
W, 14-2
W, 5-2
L, 1-2
L, 1-3
W, 8-1
L, 2-3
W, 5-0
L, 0-5
W, 5-3
L, 1-5
W, 14-5
W, 12-3
W, 8-4
W, 8-4
W, 9-1
L, 7-12
L, 1-3
W, 12-1
W, 8-0
W, 2-0
54-11
Result
W, 1-0
W, 3-2
W, 5-2
W, 9-5
W, 20-1
W, 11-3
W, 5-4
W, 15-0
L, 2-3
W, 1-0
W, 4-0
W, 2-1
W, 9-5
W, 9-3
L, 1-2
W, 5-0
W, 5-0
W, 7-1
W, 11-1
W, 10-1
W, 1-0
W, 4-1
W, 5-3
W, 10-0
L, 0-1
L, 2-4
W, 6-2
W, 1-0
W, 3-2
W, 4-1
W, 5-4
L, 0-1
W, 3-0
W, 3-2
W, 5-1
W, 5-4
W, 12-4
W, 8-0
W, 8-0
W, 10-0
W, 4-0
W, 5-2
W, 3-0
W, 4-3
W, 9-1
W, 9-1
W, 22-0
W, 8-0
W, 8-0
W, 8-0
L, 0-3
L, 8-9
W, 8-0
L, 0-1
W, 11-0
L, 4-8
W, 3-0
W, 5-0
W, 7-1
W, 4-2
W, 15-0
W, 5-1
W, 2-1
L, 0-3
L, 1-8
45-15
Coach: Yvette Girouard
Sun Belt Tournament Champions
NCAA Regionals
DateOpponent
Result
2/15 ULM
W, 8-2
2/15 ULM
L, 0-1
2/22
Centenary
W, 10-1
2/22
Centenary
W, 13-0
2/25 Florida A&M1
2/25 #24 Michigan State1
2/26 North Carolina1
2/27 #24 Michigan State1
2/29
Northwestern State
2/29
Northwestern State
3/3
Cal State Northridge2
3/3
#23 Nebraska2
3/4
#24 Hofstra2
3/4
#9 Stanford2
3/5
Florida State2
3/5Florida2
3/11UNLV3
3/11 Eastern Illinois3
3/12 Eastern Illinois3
3/12UNLV3
3/16
#14 Iowa4
3/16
#7 Fresno State4
3/17
#1 Washington4
3/18
Notre Dame4
3/18ULM4
3/22 McNeese State
3/22 McNeese State
3/24
Florida State5
3/24Wisconsin5
3/25
Florida State5
3/25Chattanooga5
3/26Wisconsin5
3/26Chattanooga5
3/29 Nicholls State
3/29 Nicholls State
3/30 Southern
4/4
Ole Miss
4/4
Ole Miss
4/5
#8 LSU
4/5
#8 LSU
4/8
Texas A&M-Corpus Christi
4/8
Texas A&M-Corpus Christi
4/9
Texas A&M-Corpus Christi
4/11
Nicholls State
4/11
Nicholls State
4/13
ULM
4/13
ULM
4/15 Northwestern State
4/15 Northwestern State
4/16 Centenary
4/16 Centenary
4/19 Southwest Texas State
4/26
McNeese State
4/26
McNeese State
4/28 Louisiana Tech6
4/29FIU6
4/30 Western Kentucky6
5/18Hofstra7
5/19
#7 LSU7
5/20
#19 Oregon7
1 - 14th Annual Louisiana Classics (Lafayette, La.)
2 - NFCA Leadoff Classic (Columbus, Ga.)
3 - Janette Spell Memorial (Lafayette, La.)
4 - KIA Klassic (Fullerton, Calif.)
5 - Frost Cutlery Classic (Chattanooga, Tenn.)
6 - Sun Belt Conference Tournament (Lafayette, La.)
7 - NCAA Regional (Baton Rouge, La.)
2001
W, 9-0
W, 11-3
W, 3-0
W, 7-3
W, 7-3
W, 7-6
L, 0-1
W, 7-6
W, 5-4
L, 1-2
W, 9-1
W, 3-2
W, 8-0
W, 15-0
W, 11-3
W, 6-0
W, 5-4
L, 2-5
L, 0-4
L, 2-4
W, 3-2
W, 6-2
W, 8-0
W, 2-1
L, 2-3
W, 6-2
W, 1-0
L, 1-3
L, 0-1
W, 2-0
W, 2-0
W, 35-1
W, 7-1
W, 5-4
L, 0-4
L, 0-1
W, 7-3
W, 7-1
W, 4-1
W, 10-2
W, 9-1
L, 3-6
W, 4-3
W, 6-0
W, 4-3
W, 9-0
W, 17-0
L, 2-4
W, 11-7
W, 11-0
W, 16-0
W, 1-0
W, 2-0
L, 1-2
W, 4-1
L, 3-4
51-10
Coach: Stefni Lotief
Sun Belt Record: 19-1
Sun Belt Conference Champions
Sun Belt Tournament Champions
NCAA Regionals Runner-Up
DateOpponent
Result
2/14 ULM
L, 0-4
2/14 ULM
L, 0-4
1
2/17Dayton W, 10-0
1
2/17
McNeese State W, 4-2
2/18Mobile1
W, 5-2
2/18
McNeese State1
W, 3-2
2
2/24Centenary W, 13-2
2
2/24 Boston College W, 6-3
2/25 Boston College2
W, 7-4
2/25 Boston College2
W, 11-0
3/4
Houston
W, 5-1
3/4
Houston
W, 7-2
3/7
McNeese State
W, 2-1
3/7
McNeese State
W, 7-5
3
3/9
Texas A&M-Corpus Christi W, 7-2
3
3/9ULM W, 5-2
3/10
South West Missouri State3
W, 3-0
3/10
#5 Oklahoma3
L, 5-7
4
3/15
#2 Arizona W, 4-3
3/15
#24 Cal State Northridge4
L, 1-5
3/16UNLV4
W, 6-2
3/17
#9 Cal State Fullerton4
L, 0-1
3/17
Utah State4
W, 4-2
5
3/24 Nicholls State W, 15-0
3/24Samford5
W, 4-1
3/25 Nicholls State5
W, 7-4
3/25Samford5
W, 15-0
3/30 Middle Tennessee•
W, 2-1
3/31 Middle Tennessee•
W, 8-0
3/31 Middle Tennessee•
W, 4-3
4/1
Middle Tennessee•
W, 5-3
4/4
Northwestern State
W, 7-1
4/4
Northwestern State
L, 4-5
4/13
Louisiana Tech•
W, 4-0
4/13
Louisiana Tech•
W, 4-0
4/14
Louisiana Tech•
W, 4-1
4/14
Louisiana Tech•
W, 8-0
4/18 #4 LSU
W, 2-1
4/18 #4 LSU
L, 0-5
4/21
Western Kentucky•
W, 6-4
4/21
Western Kentucky•
W, 10-3
4/22
Western Kentucky•
W, 9-4
4/22
Western Kentucky•
W, 6-4
4/25
Centenary
W, 6-0
4/25
Centenary
W, 14-1
4/27 New Mexico State•
W, 1-0
4/28 New Mexico State•
W, 8-0
4/28 New Mexico State•
W, 1-0
4/29 New Mexico State•
W, 3-0
5/5
FIU•
W, 5-4
5/5
FIU•
W, 3-1
5/6
FIU•
L, 0-3
5/6
FIU•
W, 6-3
5/11
Western Kentucky6
W, 3-2
6
5/12
New Mexico State W, 8-4
5/12
Middle Tennessee6
W, 6-5
5/13
Middle Tennessee6
W, 6-4
5/17
Southern Miss7
W, 5-1
5/18
#9 Arizona State7
L, 1-2
5/19
#9 Arizona State7
W, 5-0
5/20
#3 LSU7
L, 1-2
1 - McNeese Cowgirl Classic (Lake Charles, La.)
2 - 15th Annual Louisiana Classics (Lafayette, La.)
3 - Oklahoma/Worth Invitational (Norman, Okla.)
4 - KIA Klassic (Fullerton, Calif.)
5 - Janette Spell Memorial (Lafayette, La.)
6 - Sun Belt Conference Tournament (Las Cruces, N.M.)
7 - NCAA Regional III (Baton Rouge, La.)
2002
50-13
Coach: Stefni Lotief
Sun Belt Record: 15-1
Sun Belt Conference Champions
Sun Belt Tournament Champions
NCAA Regionals
DateOpponent
2/10
Texas A&M-Corpus Christi
2/10
Texas A&M-Corpus Christi
2/15Drake1
2/15
Northwestern State1
2/16
Southwest Missouri State1
2/16
#7 Oklahoma1
2/17Creighton1
2/22Houston2
2/22Florida2
2/23 Northwestern State2
2/23Florida2
2/24Houston2
2/27 ULM
2/27 ULM
3/1
#24 Notre Dame3
3/1
#23 Texas A&M3
3/4
Long Island
3/4
Long Island
3/8
Stephen F. Austin
3/8
Stephen F. Austin
3/14Utah4
3/14
#10 Fresno State4
3/15
#13 Washington4
3/16
#3 Arizona4
3/16Rutgers4
3/20 McNeese State
3/20 McNeese State
3/22
#2 Arizona
3/23
#2 Arizona
3/24
#2 Arizona
3/27 Nicholls State
3/27 Nicholls State
3/28 Southwest Texas State
3/29 Sam Houston State
3/29 Sam Houston State
4/6
Western Kentucky•
4/6
Western Kentucky•
4/7
Western Kentucky•
4/7
Western Kentucky•
4/13
Middle Tennessee•
4/13
Middle Tennessee•
4/14
Middle Tennessee•
4/14
Middle Tennessee•
4/17
Nicholls State
4/17
Nicholls State
4/20
New Mexico State•
4/20
New Mexico State•
4/21
New Mexico State•
4/21
New Mexico State•
4/24
ULM
4/24
ULM
4/27 FIU•
4/27 FIU•
4/28 FIU•
4/28 FIU•
4/30
Southern Miss
4/30
Southern Miss
5/9
Middle Tennessee5
5/10FIU5
5/11
Middle Tennessee5
5/16Massachusetts6
5/18 Mississippi State6
5/18 #3 LSU6
1 - Oklahoma/Nike Classic (Norman, Okla.)
2 - 16th Annual Louisiana Classics (Lafayette, La.)
3 - Verizon Aggie Invitational (College Station, Texas)
4 - KIA Klassic (Fullerton, Calif.)
5 - Sun Belt Tournament (Miami, Fla.)
6 - NCAA Regional III (Lafayette, La.)
2003
Result
W, 5-1
W, 2-0
W, 8-0
L, 3-5
W, 2-1
L, 3-5
W, 3-1
W, 6-1
W, 7-0
W, 8-0
W, 13-6
W, 3-2
W, 5-4
W, 11-0
W, 6-3
L, 2-3
W, 5-4
W, 7-0
W, 6-1
W, 8-0
W, 9-1
L, 0-3
L, 2-3
L, 0-1
W, 7-2
W, 5-2
W, 9-4
L, 2-6
L, 0-8
L, 2-7
W, 5-2
W, 3-0
W, 2-1
W, 5-1
W, 8-0
W, 4-1
L, 6-7
W, 6-1
W, 2-0
W, 3-0
W, 7-3
W, 11-6
W, 9-1
W, 6-0
W, 7-1
W, 17-7
W, 11-3
W, 9-5
W, 6-0
L, 6-9
W, 6-5
W, 1-0
W, 4-3
W, 8-0
W, 2-1
W, 2-1
W, 3-1
W, 1-0
W, 1-0
W, 6-0
L, 3-5
W, 10-3
L, 2-5
All-Times Results
Coach: Yvette Girouard
NCAA Regionals Runner-Up
DateOpponent
Result
2/20 ULM
W, 1-0
2/20 ULM
W, 8-0
2/26 North Carolina1
W, 7-0
1
2/26DePaul W, 11-1
1
2/26 Northern Illinois W, 7-3
2/27 North Carolina1
W, 4-0
2/27DePaul1
W, 8-0
3/4
Texas-San Antonio2
W, 5-2
2
3/4Tulsa W, 18-0
3/5
Colorado State2
W, 11-1
3/5Kansas2
W, 2-0
3/5
McNeese State2
W, 2-1
3/5Minnesota2
L, 0-1
3/8
Sam Houston State
W, 5-0
3/8
Sam Houston State
W, 8-0
3/10 Louisiana Tech
W, 2-1
3/10 Louisiana Tech
W, 4-0
3/11 Evansville
W, 8-0
3/11 Evansville
W, 8-0
3/12 Southwest Texas State
W, 8-0
3/12 Southwest Texas State
W, 8-0
3/15 Northwestern State
W, 7-0
3/15 Northwestern State
W, 4-1
3/18 Eastern Kentucky
W, 10-0
3/18 Eastern Kentucky
W, 2-0
3/19
McNeese State
L, 3-4
3/19
McNeese State
W, 6-1
3/20 St. Edward’s
W, 8-0
3/20 St. Edward’s
W, 3-0
3/24
Florida State3
W, 12-3
3/24
Cal State Fullerton3
W, 4-1
3
3/25Northwestern W, 5-0
3/25UNLV3
W, 4-1
3/26Kansas3
W, 3-1
3/27
Oklahoma State3
W, 8-7
3
3/27Washington W, 2-1
4/2
Centenary
W, 6-0
4/2
Centenary
W, 8-0
4/9
Houston Baptist
W, 9-0
4/9
Houston Baptist
W, 7-0
4/15
George Mason4
W, 9-0
4/16
East Carolina4
W, 8-0
4/16
Louisiana Tech4
W, 1-0
4
4/16Charlotte W, 10-0
4
4/17
Southeast Missouri State W, 2-1
4/17
Nicholls State4
W, 3-0
4/17
South Carolina4
W, 9-4
4/17
Texas A&M4
W, 2-1
4/22
Centenary
W, 5-0
4/22
Centenary
W, 13-1
4/23
Louisiana Tech
L, 4-5
4/23
Louisiana Tech
W, 2-1
4/24
ULM
W, 1-0
4/24
ULM
W, 3-0
4/26 Southeastern La.
W, 6-1
4/26 Southeastern La.
W, 4-0
4/29 McNeese State
W, 4-0
4/29 McNeese State
W, 3-2
5/20 McNeese State5
W, 3-0
5
5/21Utah W, 1-0
5
5/22Utah L, 2-3
5/22Utah5
L, 0-2
47-11
Coaches: Stefni and Michael Lotief
Sun Belt Record: 13-3
Sun Belt Conference Champions
Sun Belt Tournament Champions
NCAA Regional Champions
NCAA Women’s College World Series
DateOpponent
Result
2/11 Louisiana Tech
W, 8-0
2/11 Louisiana Tech
W, 4-0
1
2/14Tulsa L, 0-2
2/16
Southeastern La.1
W, 9-3
2/16Auburn1
W, 9-1
2/19
Nicholls State
W, 1-0
2/19
Nicholls State
W, 6-3
2/28 McNeese State2
W, 11-0
2/28 Notre Dame2
L, 5-8
2
3/1
Northwestern State W, 3-2
3/1
Notre Dame2
W, 5-3
3/2
McNeese State2
W, 11-0
3/9
Southern Miss
W, 4-0
3/9
Southern Miss
W, 13-5
3/10 Boston
W, 8-0
3/10 Boston
W, 8-0
3/13
Long Beach State3
L, 1-2
3
3/13
#2 Arizona L, 3-7
3
3/14
#16 Florida State W, 3-0
3/14
#6 Oklahoma3
L, 0-1
3/27 #16 Alabama
W, 2-0
3/28 Prairie View A&M
W, 10-1
3/28 Prairie View A&M
W, 4-0
4/2
ULM
W, 5-1
4/2
ULM
W, 9-0
4/5
Middle Tennessee•
W, 12-4
4/5
Middle Tennessee•
W, 5-0
4/6
Middle Tennessee•
W, 10-0
4/6
Middle Tennessee•
W, 6-3
4/12 New Mexico State•
W, 17-0
4/12 New Mexico State•
W, 14-0
4/12 New Mexico State•
W, 9-0
4/12 New Mexico State•
W, 18-3
4/16 Nicholls State
W, 4-1
4/16 Nicholls State
W, 5-0
4/17 Texas-San Antonio
W, 8-0
4/19
FIU•
W, 5-3
4/19
FIU•
W, 4-1
4/20
FIU•
L, 0-2
4/20
FIU•
L, 1-2
4/24
Northwestern State
W, 1-0
4/24
Northwestern State
W, 6-3
4/29
McNeese State
W, 4-0
4/29
McNeese State
W, 3-2
5/3
Western Kentucky•
L, 2-3
5/3
Western Kentucky•
W, 1-0
5/4
Western Kentucky•
W, 10-1
5/4
Western Kentucky•
W, 5-0
5/8
Western Kentucky4
W, 2-1
5/9FIU4
W, 6-0
4
5/10FIU W, 6-2
5/15
San Diego State5
W, 6-0
5/16
#6 Cal State Fullerton5
W, 1-0
5
5/17
#13 Oklahoma State W, 1-0
5/18
#18 Oregon5
L, 2-9
5/18
#18 Oregon5
W, 6-4
5/22
#3 Texas6
L, 2-3
6
5/24
#2 UCLA L, 1-5
1 - ULM Mardi Gras Classic (Monroe, La.)
2 - 17th Annual Louisiana Classics (Lafayette, La.)
3 - KIA Klassic (Fullerton, Calif.)
4 - Sun Belt Conference Tournament (Bowling Green, Ky.)
5 - NCAA Regional No. 6 (Fullerton, Calif.)
6 - NCAA Women’s College World Series (Oklahoma City, Okla.)
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All-Time Results
2004
60-8
Coaches: Stefni and Michael Lotief
Sun Belt Record: 18-0
Sun Belt Conference Champions
Sun Belt Tournament Champions
NCAA Regional No.1 Runner-Up
DateOpponent
Result
2/7Kentucky1
W, 8-4
2/7Gardner-Webb1
W, 18-4
2/8
Georgia Tech1
L, 1-4
2/8ULM1
W, 10-0
2/14 McNeese State2
W, 8-0
2
2/15 Northwestern State W, 5-2
2/15 Louisiana Tech2
W, 11-1
2/18
Nicholls State
W, 3-1
2/18
Nicholls State
W, 3-0
2/20 Prairie View3
W, 9-0
2/20 Texas Tech3
W, 7-1
2/21 Southeastern La.3
W, 3-2
2/21Missouri3
W, 1-0
3
2/22 Stephen F. Austin W, 3-1
2/25 ULM
W, 20-0
2/25 ULM
W, 7-0
2/27Nevada4
W, 2-1
2/27
McNeese State4
W, 7-0
2/28
Texas Southern4
W, 16-0
2/28Nevada4
W, 1-0
2/29
Texas Southern4
W, 12-0
2/29
McNeese State4
L, 0-1
3/5Connecticut5
W, 2-1
3/5
Penn State5
W, 7-1
5
3/6
#6 Florida State W, 1-0
3/6
Rhode Island5
W, 11-3
3/7
St. John’s5
W, 2-1
3/16 Texas State-San Marcos
L, 0-1
3/18DePaul6
W, 10-3
6
3/18
Cal State-Fullerton W, 3-1
3/19Princeton6
W, 7-0
3/20
#1 Arizona6
L, 0-2
3/24 Nicholls State
W, 2-0
3/24 Nicholls State
W, 6-2
3/31
Northwestern State
W, 2-0
3/31
Northwestern State
W, 8-0
4/10
New Mexico State•
W, 7-2
4/10
New Mexico State•
W, 8-0
4/11
New Mexico State•
W, 8-0
4/14
Louisiana Tech
W, 4-1
4/14
Louisiana Tech
W, 4-1
4/17 FIU•
W, 5-0
4/17 FIU•
W, 1-0
4/18 FIU•
W, 3-2
4/18 FIU•
W, 3-2
4/21 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi
L, 0-3
4/21 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi
L, 1-2
4/24
North Texas•
W, 3-0
4/24
North Texas•
W, 3-1
4/25
North Texas•
W, 1-0
4/25
North Texas•
W, 9-3
5/2
Western Kentucky•
W, 9-2
5/2
Western Kentucky•
W, 6-3
5/2
Western Kentucky•
W, 9-1
5/8
Middle Tennessee•
W, 8-0
5/8
Middle Tennessee•
W, 4-2
5/9
Middle Tennessee•
W, 3-1
5/9
Middle Tennessee•
W, 6-3
5/13 North Texas7
W, 7-0
5/15FIU7
W, 3-0
5/15 Middle Tennessee7
W, 19-0
8
5/20
South Carolina W, 1-0
5/21
#1 Arizona8
L, 0-4
5/21Temple8
W, 8-1
8
5/22Northwestern W, 3-0
8
5/22
#1 Arizona W, 5-0
5/23
#21 Oklahoma8
W, 12-4
5/23
#21 Oklahoma8
L, 0-15
1 - ULM Mardi Gras Classic (Monroe, La.)
2 - 18th Annual Louisiana Classics (Lafayette, La.)
3 - 1st Annual Mardi Gras Classic (Lafayette, La.)
4 - McNeese Cowgirl Classic (Lake Charles, La.)
5 - FSU Seminole Challenge (Tallahassee, Fla.)
6 - KIA Klassic (Fullerton, Calif.)
7 - Sun Belt Conference Tournament (Lafayette, La.)
8 - NCAA Regional No. 1 (Tucson, Ariz.)
2005
32
51-10
Coaches: Stefni and Michael Lotief
Sun Belt Record: 19-1
Sun Belt Conference Champions
Sun Belt Tournament Champions
NCAA Regionals
DateOpponent
Result
2/4
Ole Miss1
W, 3-0
2/4
Northwestern State1
W, 12-0
1
2/5
Prairie View A&M W, 15-0
1
2/5
Ole Miss W, 6-2
2/6
Sam Houston State1
W, 8-0
2/11 McNeese State2
W, 10-0
2
2/12 McNeese State W, 6-0
2/12 Mississippi State2
W, 7-2
2/18 Nicholls State3
W, 8-6
2/18 Mississippi Valley3
W, 8-0
2/19Purdue3
W, 3-1
2/19 Nicholls State3
L, 0-1
2/20Purdue3
W, 15-5
2/25DePaul4
W, 3-0
4
2/25
San Diego State W, 3-0
2/26
North Carolina4
W, 4-0
2/26
#16 Georgia4
L, 1-2
3/5
Louisiana Tech
W, 8-1
3/5
Louisiana Tech
W, 11-0
3/9
McNeese State
W, 1-0
3/9
McNeese State
W, 3-0
3/12 Centenary
W, 8-0
3/12 Centenary
W, 9-0
5
3/17
# 9 Oklahoma L, 3-7
3/17Syracuse5
W, 1-0
3/18
#21 Arizona State5
L, 1-5
5
3/19
Long Beach State L, 1-4
3/25 #2 Arizona
L, 0-2
3/27 #2 Arizona
L, 3-10
3/29 ULM
W, 4-3
3/29 ULM
W, 9-0
4/9
New Mexico State•
W, 1-0
4/9
New Mexico State•
W, 3-0
4/10 New Mexico State•
W, 5-0
4/10 New Mexico State•
W, 8-1
4/16
FIU•
W, 1-0
4/16
FIU•
W, 10-0
4/17
FIU•
W, 2-1
4/17
FIU•
W, 9-0
4/20
ULM
W, 6-2
4/20
ULM
W, 9-0
4/23 North Texas•
W, 1-0
4/23 North Texas•
W, 12-1
4/24 North Texas•
W, 4-2
4/24 North Texas•
W, 8-0
4/27
Nicholls State
W, 2-1
4/27
Nicholls State
W, 9-0
4/30
Western Kentucky•
L, 2-3
4/30
Western Kentucky•
W, 13-5
5/1
Western Kentucky•
W, 5-3
5/1
Western Kentucky•
W, 5-0
5/7
Middle Tennessee•
W, 9-0
5/7
Middle Tennessee•
W, 8-0
5/8
Middle Tennessee•
W, 9-0
5/8
Middle Tennessee•
5/12
North Texas6
5/13
Western Kentucky6
5/14
Western Kentucky6
5/20Oregon7
5/21
#10 Oklahoma7
5/21Oregon7
W, 8-0
W, 4-2
W, 2-1
W, 2-1
W, 7-5
L, 3-6
L, 1-3
1 - 2nd Annual Mardi Gras Classic (Lafayette, La.)
2 - Ragin’ Cajuns Invitational (Lafayette, La.)
3 - 19th Annual Louisiana Classics (Lafayette, La.)
4 - 10th Annual NFCA Leadoff Classic (Columbus,Ga.)
5 - KIA Klassic (Fullerton, Calif.)
6 - Sun Belt Conference Tournament (Bowling Green, Ky.)
7 - NCAA Regional No. 14 (Norman, Okla.)
2006
50-12
Coaches: Stefni and Michael Lotief
Sun Belt Record: 12-3
Sun Belt Conference Champions
Sun Belt Tournament Champions
NCAA Regional No. 15 Runner-Up
DateOpponent
Result
2/10 Grambling State1
W, 22-0
2/11 Ole Miss1
W, 2-0
2/11Memphis1
W, 12-1
2/12 Ole Miss1
W, 6-0
1
2/12 Grambling State W, 13-0
2/17 McNeese State2
W, 5-2
2/17 Southern Miss2
W, 9-0
2/18Chattanooga2
W, 10-1
2
2/18 Southern Miss W, 15-0
2/19Chattanooga2
W, 8-0
2/19 McNeese State2
W, 17-0
3
2/24
Florida State W, 14-0
3
2/24
#25 Iowa W, 6-0
3/6
Northwestern State
W, 6-0
3/6
Northwestern State
W, 14-0
3/8
Nicholls State
W, 10-2
3/8
Nicholls State
W, 8-0
3/11
Louisiana Tech
W, 10-4
3/11
Louisiana Tech
W, 8-3
3/14 Mississippi Valley
W, 10-0
3/14 Mississippi Valley
W, 11-2
3/16
#9 Michigan4
W, 3-2
3/17
#4 Texas4
L, 5-6
3/17
#15 Washington4
L, 2-4
4
3/18
#11 Arizona State L, 2-5
3/19UNLV4
W, 7-6
3/24
#4 Arizona
L, 0-5
3/24
#4 Arizona
L, 1-10
3/24
#4 Arizona
L, 2-6
3/29 McNeese State
W, 5-1
3/29 McNeese State
W, 1-0
3/31 Stephen F. Austin
W, 8-0
3/31 Stephen F. Austin
W, 10-0
4/1
Texas A&M Corpus Christi
W, 9-1
4/1
Texas A&M Corpus Christi
W, 8-0
4/4
Southern Miss
W, 10-5
4/8
Troy•
W, 5-1
4/8
Troy•
W, 2-1
4/9
Troy•
L, 2-3
4/14 FIU•
W, 4-1
4/15 FIU•
W, 4-1
4/15 FIU•
L, 3-7
4/19
McNeese State
W, 12-2
4/19
McNeese State
W, 6-1
4/22
North Texas•
W, 2-0
4/22
North Texas•
W, 5-0
4/23
North Texas•
W, 21-9
4/26
Nicholls State
L, 1-2
4/26
Nicholls State
W, 12-1
4/29 Western Kentucky•
W, 3-2
4/30 Western Kentucky•
L,0-8
4/30 Western Kentucky•
W, 7-6
5/6
Middle Tennessee•
W, 5-2
5/6
Middle Tennessee•
W, 10-0
5/7
Middle Tennessee•
W, 11-0
W, 4-0
5/11Troy5
5
5/12FIU W, 6-2
5/13FIU5
W, 7-4
5/19
#23 N.C. State6
W, 2-0
6
5/20
#12 LSU L, 6-7
6
5/20
#23 N.C. State W, 4-3
5/21
#12 LSU6
L, 4-5
1 - 20th Annual Louisiana Classics (Lafayette, La.)
2 - Ragin’ Cajuns Invitational (Lafayette, La.)
3 - 11th Annual NFCA Leadoff Classic (Columbus,Ga.)
4 - Judi Garman Classic (Fullerton, Calif.)
5 - Sun Belt Conference Tournament (Miami, Fla.)
6 - NCAA Regional No. 15 (Baton Rouge, La.)
2007
46-18
Coaches: Stefni and Michael Lotief
Sun Belt Record: 15-8
Sun Belt Conference Runner-Up
DateOpponent
Result
2/9
McNeese State1
W, 8-0
2/9
#14 Georgia1
W, 12-4
2/10 Wichita State1
W, 13-4
2/10 #14 Georgia1
W, 7-2
2/11 Wichita State1
W, 1-0
2/11 McNeese State1
W, 4-3
2/14
Nicholls State
W, 6-1
2/14
Nicholls State
L, 1-6
2/16 Iowa State2
W, 6-3
2
2/16 Ole Miss W, 3-1
2/17Purdue2
W, 10-2
2/17 #17 Baylor2
W, 10-2
2/18 #17 Baylor2
W, 8-3
2/21 McNeese State
W, 7-1
2/23
Northwestern State3
W, 2-0
2/23
Alcorn State3
L, 4-5
3
2/24Colgate W, 10-1
3
2/24Tennessee-Martin W, 5-0
2/25
Alcorn State3
W, 8-0
2/25Tennessee-Martin3
W, 9-1
3/2
Seton Hall4
W, 18-0
4
3/3
Seton Hall W, 5-2
3/3
#3 Alabama4
L, 0-6
3/4
#5 Alabama4
L, 3-6
3/7
Middle Tennessee•
W, 4-1
3/7
Middle Tennessee•
L, 3-5
3/8
Middle Tennessee•
L, 3-4
3/10
Florida Atlantic•
W, 3-2
3/10
Florida Atlantic•
W, 7-2
3/11
Florida Atlantic•
W, 3-0
3/15
Fresno State5
W, 3-1
3/16
#2 Arizona State5
W, 2-0
5
3/16
Notre Dame W, 4-2
5
3/17
Penn State W, 6-5
3/18
#5 Arizona5
L, 0-9
3/22 Southern Miss
W, 5-4
3/24 Western Kentucky•
W, 3-2
3/24 Western Kentucky•
W, 10-1
3/25 Western Kentucky•
W, 2-0
3/28 Northwestern State
W, 6-2
3/28 Northwestern State
W, 12-4
4/3
McNeese State
L, 5-6
4/6
FIU•
L, 0-4
4/6
FIU•
L, 0-2
4/7
FIU•
L, 3-8
4/15
South Alabama•
W, 5-4
4/15
South Alabama•
L, 0-8
4/18 Houston
W, 5-0
4/18 Houston
W, 14-0
Ragin’ Cajuns Softball
4/21 Troy•
4/21 Troy•
4/22 Troy•
4/28
#22 North Texas•
4/28
#22 North Texas•
4/29
#22 North Texas•
5/2
Nicholls State
5/2
Nicholls State
5/5
ULM•
5/5
ULM•
5/6
ULM•
5/9
North Texas6
5/10
Western Kentucky6
5/18Houston7
5/19
Sam Houston State7
W, 7-0
L, 5-8
W, 8-0
W, 6-5
W, 12-3
W, 4-2
W, 8-0
W, 9-0
W, 5-3
L, 0-1
W, 9-3
L, 5-6
L, 1-4
L, 3-4
L, 1-2
1 - 21st Annual Louisiana Classics (Lafayette, La.)
2 - Ragin’ Cajuns Invitational (Lafayette, La.)
3 - Northwestern State Invitational (Natchitoches, La.)
4 - Easton Spring Fling (Tuscaloosa, Ala.)
5 - Judi Garman Classic (Fullerton, Calif.)
6 - Sun Belt Conference Tournament (Murfreesboro, Tenn.)
7 - NCAA Regional (College Station, Texas)
2008
52-15
Coaches: Stefni and Michael Lotief
Sun Belt Record: 19-3
Sun Belt Conference Champion
Sun Belt Tournament Champion
NCAA Regional Champion
NCAA Super Regional Champion
NCAA Women’s College World Series
DateOpponent
Time
2/9ULM1
W, 6-0
2/9
Louisiana Tech1
W, 13-0
1
2/10
Louisiana Tech W, 8-3
2/20
McNeese State
W, 12-0
2/22 Mississippi Valley2
W, 15-0
2
2/22 Southern Miss W, 4-1
2/23 Mississippi Vally2
W, 9-0
2/24 Southern Miss2
W, 3-2
2/29
#23 North Carolina3
W, 7-1
2/29Nebraska3
L, 1-3
3
3/1
Tennessee Tech W, 8-0
3/1Iowa3
L, 1-2
3/2
#12 Michigan3
L, 0-9
3/4
Nicholls State
W, 11-3
3/4
Nicholls State
W, 12-0
3/7
#3 Texas A&M4
L, 0-1
3/8BYU4
W, 7-4
4
3/8
#3 Texas A&M W, 2-1
4
3/9Illinois W, 4-1
3/9Illinois4
L, 1-2
3/11 IUPUI
W, 12-0
3/11 IUPUI
W, 14-0
3/16
Middle Tennessee•
W, 8-1
3/16
Middle Tennessee•
W, 12-1
3/21
#1 Arizona State5
L, 1-3
5
3/21UNLV W, 10-0
3/22
#7 Arizona5
L, 0-2
3/22
#6 Michigan5
L, 2-7
3/25
Western Kentucky•
L, 2-5
3/25
Western Kentucky•
W, 11-4
3/26
Western Kentucky•
L, 2-3
4/1
Grambling
W, 8-0
4/1
Grambling
W, 6-0
4/3
Southern Miss
W, 2-0
4/5
FIU•
W, 7-6
4/5
FIU•
W, 9-8
4/6
FIU•
W, 7-4
4/9
McNeese State
W, 7-0
4/12 South Alabama•
W, 10-2
4/12 South Alabama•
W, 7-1
4/13 South Alabama•
W, 8-0
4/16 Florida Atlantic•
W, 5-1
4/16 Florida Atlantic•
W, 4-0
4/17 Florida Atlantic•
W, 4-0
4/23 North Texas•
W, 8-0
4/23 North Texas•
W, 8-0
4/24 North Texas•
W, 3-2
4/26
Troy•
W, 4-2
4/26
Troy•
W, 4-0
4/30
#9 Houston
L, 0-2
4/30
#9 Houston
W, 4-0
5/3
ULM•
L, 0-1
5/3
ULM•
W, 9-1
5/4
ULM•
W, 10-0
6
5/7
Western Kentucky W, 8-0
5/8FIU6
W, 8-2
5/9
Western Kentucky6
W, 3-1
6
5/9ULM W, 13-0
7
5/16
East Carolina W, 2-1
5/17
#15 LSU7
W, 9-4
5/18
#15 LSU7
W, 6-3
8
5/23
#10 Houston W, 6-4
8
5/24
#10 Houston L, 3-6
5/24
#10 Houston8
W, 4-0
W, 3-2
5/29
#1 Florida9
9
5/30
#4 Texas A&M L, 1-2
5/31
#3 Alabama9
L, 1-3
1 - Louisiana Tech Tournament (Ruston, La.)
2 - 22nd Annual Louisiana Classics (Lafayette, La.)
3 - NFCA Leadoff Classic (Columbus, Ga.)
4 - Aggie Classic (College Station, Texas)
5 - Judi Garman Classic (Fullerton, Calif.)
6 - Sun Belt Conference Tournament (Troy, Ala.)
7 - NCAA Regional (Baton Rouge, La.)
8 - NCAA Super Regional (Houston, Texas)
9 - NCAA Women’s College World Series (Oklahoma City, Okla.)
2009
45-13
Coaches: Stefni and Michael Lotief
Sun Belt Record: 18-5
Sun Belt Conference Champion
Sun Belt Tournament Champion
DateOpponent
Time
2/6
Ole Miss
W, 7-0
2/7
Ole Miss
L, 2-4
2/8
Ole Miss
L, 0-4
2/13Lipscomb1
W, 4-2
2/14 Louisiana Tech1
W, 11-0
1
2/14Providence W, 13-2
2/15 Nicholls State1
W, 5-1
2/15 McNeese State1
W, 11-0
2
2/20Connecticut W, 9-4
2
2/20Kentucky W, 5-2
2/21 San Diego State2
W, 1-0
2/22 San Diego State2
W, 5-0
3/4
Southern Miss
W, 5-0
3/10 Louisiana Tech
W, 8-0
3/10 Louisiana Tech
W, 3-2
3/12Nebraska3
L, 0-2
3
3/13Michigan L, 1-9
3
3/13
Fresno State W, 7-0
3/14Oklahoma3
L, 5-8
3/15
New Mexico3
W, 9-0
3/17 Tulsa
W, 6-0
3/21 Western Kentucky•
L, 0-1
3/21 Western Kentucky•
W, 6-3
3/22 Western Kentucky•
L, 0-1
3/28
McNeese State
W, 10-0
3/31 Middle Tennessee•
W, 7-0
3/31 Middle Tennessee•
W, 11-3
4/1
Middle Tennessee•
W, 12-0
4/4
FIU•
W, 9-0
4/4
FIU•
W, 8-0
4/5
FIU•
L, 2-3
4/7
McNeese State
4/10
South Alabama•
4/10
South Alabama•
4/11
South Alabama•
4/14
Florida Atlantic•
4/14
Florida Atlantic•
4/15
Florida Atlantic•
4/18 Troy•
4/18 Troy•
4/19 Troy•
4/21 Grambling
4/25
North Texas•
4/25
North Texas•
4/26
North Texas•
4/28 Houston
5/2
ULM•
5/2
ULM•
5/6ULM4
5/7
North Texas4
5/8ULM4
5/8FIU4
5/9FIU4
5/9
Florida Atlantic4
5/15Baylor5
5/16Northwestern5
5/17
Texas State5
5/17Baylor5
1 - 23rd Annual Louisiana Classics (Lafayette, La.)
2 - Fifth Annual Mardi Gras Classic (Lafayette, La.)
3 - Judi Garman Classic (Fullerton, Calif.)
4 - Sun Belt Conference Tournament (Denton, Texas)
5 - NCAA Regional (Waco, Texas)
W, 8-0
L, 1-3
L, 1-3
W, 3-0
W, 8-0
W, 1-0
W, 2-0
W, 4-2
W, 9-1
W, 4-3
W, 7-0
W, 10-0
W, 11-2
W, 12-3
W, 4-3
W, 9-1
W, 8-0
L, 0-1
W, 8-3
W, 9-1
W, 3-0
W, 8-0
W, 8-3
L, 1-2
W, 3-2
W, 5-0
L, 1-6
201045-18
Coaches: Stefni and Michael Lotief
Sun Belt Record: 19-5
Sun Belt Conference Champion
Sun Belt Tournament Champion
NCAA Regional Champion
DateOpponent
Time
2/12Bryant1
W, 16-0
2/13Bradley1
W, 8-0
2/13Syracuse1
W, 9-0
2/14Bradley1
W, 9-0
2/14Syracuse1
W, 10-4
2/19
Iowa State2
W, 6-5
2/19Houston2
L, 1-2
2/20
#20 Texas2
L, 1-7
2
2/20UTSA W, 3-1
W, 7-6
2/21Prudue2
2/26Raford3
W, 8-0
2/26
#4 Michigan3
L, 0-6
3
2/27
#6 Missouri L, 6-11
2/27
#11 Geogria Tech3
L, 1-7
2/28
#20 UMass3
W, 14-0
3/5Drake4
L, 1-2
3/5Arkansas4
W, 5-2
3/6
Eastern Illinois4
W, 11-0
3/6
Southern Miss4
W, 7-3
3/7
Iowa State4
W, 4-1
3/11 McNeese State
W, 9-1
3/11 McNeese State
L, 1-3
3/18Virginia5
L, 4-10
3/18
Fresno State5
W, 7-5
5
3/19
#1 Washington L, 0-8
3/20Purdue5
L, 7-14
3/21
Cal State Fullerton5
L, 6-9
3/27
Western Kentucky*
L, 7-4
3/27
Western Kentucky*
W, 8-1
3/28
Western Kentucky*
W, 6-2
3/30 Houston
W, 6-0
3/30 Houston
W, 4-0
4/6
Middle Tennessee*
L, 1-4
4/6
Middle Tennessee*
W, 2-1
4/7
Middle Tennessee*
W, 10-4
4/10
FIU*
L, 2-6
4/10
FIU*
L, 3-4
4/11 FIU*
W, 9-5
4/14
McNeese State
W, 11-1
4/17South Alabama*
W, 9-0
4/17South Alabama*
W, 4-3
4/18South Alabama*
W, 2-1
4/20 Florida Atlantic*
W, 6-4
4/20 Florida Atlantic*
W, 4-2
4/21 Florida Atlantic*
W, 1-0
4/24
Troy*
W, 6-3
4/25
Troy*
W, 5-0
4/25
Troy*
L, 4-5
5/1
North Texas*
W, 2-0
5/1
North Texas*
W, 2-1
5/2
North Texas*
W, 9-0
5/8
La.-Monroe*
W, 9-1
5/8
La.-Monroe*
W, 11-0
5/9
La.-Monroe*
L, 1-2
5/12
Middle Tennessee6
W, 3-1
5/13
Florida Atlantic6
W, 1-0
6
5/14La.-Monroe W, 6-1
5/15Troy6
W, 8-0
5/21
#18 Texas A&M7
W, 5-0
7
5/22
#17 LSU W, 1-0
7
5/23
#18 Texas A&M W, 6-1
5/29
#5 UCLA8
L, 2-10
5/30
#5 UCLA8
L, 1-10
1 - 24th Annual Louisiana Classics (Lafayette, La.)
2 - Houston Marriott Classic (Hosuton, Texas)
3 - NFCA Leadoff Classic (Columbus, Ga.)
4 - Razorback Invitational (Fayetteville, Ark.)
5 - Judi Garman Classic (Fullerton, Calif.)
6 - Sun Belt Tournament (Mobile, Ala.)
7 - NCAA Regional (Baton Rouge, La.)
8 - NCAA Super Regional (Los Angeles, Calif.)
2011
51-11
Coaches: Stefni and Michael Lotief
Sun Belt Record: 19-5
Sun Belt Conference Champion
Sun Belt Tournament Champion
NCAA Regional Runner-Up
DateOpponent
Time
2/11 Rhode Island1
W, 14-0
2/11 Rhode Island1
W, 20-0
1
2/12Arkansas W, 14-1
2/12 Prairie View A&M1
W, 28-0
2/13 Sam Houston State1
W, 4-1
2/18Maine2
W, 11-0
2
2/18 Tennessee State W, 19-0
2
2/19Maine W, 9-0
2/19 Stephen F. Austin2
W, 7-0
2/20 Tennessee State2
W, 9-1
3
2/25Southern L, 4-5
2/25
Jackson State3
W, 12-2
2/26
Grambling State3
W, 7-0
2/26
McNeese State3
W, 4-0
2/27
Houston Baptist3
W, 5-0
3/4Virginia4
W, 9-1
3/4
#3 Alabama4
W, 1-0
3/5
#13 Oregon4
L, 2-5
4
3/5Temple W, 18-3
3/6
Long Island4
W, 4-0
3/12
North Texas*
W, 5-2
3/12
North Texas*
W, 7-3
3/13
North Texas*
L, 5-8
3/15 McNeese State
W, 9-4
3/17
Notre Dame5
W, 5-1
3/17
#7 Arizona5
L, 2-10
3/18
#6 Arizona State5
3/19
New Mexico5
3/19
Long Beach State5
3/26 Troy*
3/26 Troy*
3/27 Troy*
4/6
FIU*
4/6
FIU*
4/7
FIU*
4/9
South Alabama*
4/9
South Alabama*
4/10
South Alabama*
4/13 Centenary
4/16 Middle Tennessee*
4/16 Middle Tennessee*
4/17 Middle Tennessee*
4/19Nicholls State
4/19Nicholls State
4/23
Florida Atlantic*
4/23
Florida Altantic*
4/24
Florida Atlantic*
4/27 Northwestern State
4/30 Western Kentucky*
4/30 Western Kentucky*
5/1
Western Kentucky*
5/8
La.-Monroe*
5/8
La.-Monroe*
5/9
La.-Monroe*
5/11 Middle Tennessee6
5/12Troy6
5/13 South Alabama6
5/14 Florida Atlantic6
5/20Houston7
5/21
Texas State7
5/21
#3 Texas7
5/22Houston7
1 - 25th Annual Louisiana Classics (Lafayette, La.)
2 - Ragin’ Cajuns Invitational (Lafayette, La.)
3 - McNeese Cowgirl Classic (Lake Charles, La.)
4 - Citrus Classic (Kissimmee, Fla.)
5 - Judi Garman Classic (Fullerton, Calif.)
6 - Sun Belt Tournament (Lafayette, La.)
7 - NCAA Regional (Austin, Texas)
L, 4-10
W, 8-4
W, 9-5
W, 5-2
W, 8-0
W, 9-1
W, 7-2
L, 2-3
W, 2-1
W, 5-1
W, 13-2
W, 10-2
W, 7-0
W, 11-0
W, 9-1
W, 8-0
W, 8-0
W, 11-2
L, 0-1
L, 2-4
L, 2-6
W, 10-0
W, 3-2
W, 10-2
W, 10-0
W, 3-0
W, 12-3
L, 5-0
W, 10-3
W, 7-3
W, 10-0
W, 8-0
L, 2-7
W, 11-2
W, 5-3
L, 1-4
2011 Ragin’ Cajuns Softball
DateOpponent
LocationTime
Feb. 11-13 (Fri.-Sun.)
25th Annual Louisiana Classics (Lafayette, La.)
Feb. 11 (Fri.)
Feb. 11 (Fri.)
Feb. 12 (Sat.)
Feb. 12 (Sat.)
Feb. 13 (Sun.)
Rhode Island
Rhode Island
Arkansas
Prairie View A&M
Sam Houston State
Feb. 18-20 (Fri.-Sun.)
Ragin’ Cajuns Invitational (Lafayette, La.)
Feb. 25-27 (Fri.-Sun.)
Cowgirl Classic (Lake Charles, La.)
Mar. 4-6 (Fri.-Sun.)
Citrus Classic at ESPN Wide World of Sports (Kissimmee, Fla.)
Mar. 15 (Tues.)
Lamson Park Grand Opening (Lafayette, La.)
Mar. 17-19 (Thurs.-Sat.)
Judi Garman Classic (Fullerton, Calif.)
Feb. 18 (Fri.)
Feb. 18 (Fri.)
Feb. 19 (Sat.)
Feb. 19 (Sat.)
Feb. 20 (Sun.)
Mar. 4 (Fri.)
Mar. 4 (Fri.)
Mar. 5 (Sat.)
Mar. 5 (Sat.)
Mar. 6 (Sun.)
Mar. 12 (Sat.)
Mar. 13 (Sun)
Mar. 15 (Tues.)
Mar. 17 (Thurs.)
Mar. 17 (Thurs.)
Mar. 18 (Fri.)
Mar. 19 (Sat.)
Mar. 19 (Sat.)
Mar. 26 (Sat.)
Mar. 27 (Sun.)
Apr. 6 (Wed.)
Apr. 7 (Thurs.)
Apr. 9 (Sat.)
Apr. 10 (Sun.)
Apr. 13 (Wed.)
Apr. 16 (Sat.)
Apr. 17 (Sun.)
Apr. 19 (Tues.)
Apr. 23 (Sat.)
Apr. 24 (Sun.)
Apr. 27 (Wed.)
Apr. 30 (Sat.)
May 1 (Sun.)
May 7 (Sat.)
May 8 (Sun.)
May 11-14 (Wed.-Sat)
May 20-22 (Fri.-Sun.)
May 27-29 (Fri.-Sat)
June 2-8 (Thurs-Wed)
vs. Southern
vs. Jackson State
vs. Grambling State
at McNeese State
vs. Houston Baptist
vs. Virginia
vs. Alabama
vs. Oregon
vs. Temple
vs. Long Island
at North Texas* (DH)
at North Texas*
McNeese State
vs. Notre Dame
vs. Arizona
vs. Arizona State
vs. New Mexico
vs. Long Beach State
Troy* (DH)
Troy*
FIU* (DH)
FIU*
at South Alabama* (DH)
at South Alabama*
Centenary (DH)
Middle Tennessee* (DH)
Middle Tennessee*
Nicholls State (DH)
at Florida Atlantic* (DH) at Florida Atlantic*
Northwestern State
Western Kentucky* (DH)
Western Kentucky*
at Louisiana-Monroe* (DH)
at Louisiana-Monroe*
Sun Belt Conference Tournament
NCAA Regionals
NCAA Super Regionals
Women’s College World Series
2 p.m.
4:30 p.m.
12:30 p.m.
3 p.m.
3 p.m.
Lafayette, La.
Lafayette, La.
Lafayette, La.
Lafayette, La.
Lafayette, La.
1:30 p.m.
4 p.m.
12:30 p.m.
3 p.m.
12:30 p.m.
Lake Charles, La.
Lake Charles, La.
Lake Charles, La.
Lake Charles, La.
Lake Charles, La.
11 a.m.
1 p.m.
3:30 p.m.
7:45 p.m.
2 p.m.
Kissimmee, Fla.
Kissimmee, Fla.
Kissimmee, Fla.
Kissimmee, Fla.
Kissimmee, Fla.
Denton, Texas
Denton, Texas
Lafayette, La.
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
2 p.m.
11 a.m.
2011 Schedule
Feb. 25 (Fri.)
Feb. 25 (Fri.)
Feb. 26 (Sat.)
Feb. 26 (Sat.)
Feb. 27 (Sun.)
Maine
Tennessee State
Maine
Stephen F. Austin
Tennessee State
Lafayette, La.
Lafayette, La.
Lafayette, La.
Lafayette, La.
Lafayette, La.
6 p.m.
Fullerton, Calif.
7:30 p.m. (CST)
Fullerton, Calif.
9:30 p.m. (CST)
Fullerton, Calif.
9:30 p.m. (CST)
Fullerton, Calif.
7:30 p.m. (CST)
Fullerton, Calif.
9:30 p.m. (CST)
Lafayette, La.
1 p.m.
Lafayette, La.
12 p.m.
Lafayette, La.
5 p.m.
Lafayette, La.
5 p.m.
Mobile, Ala.
1 p.m.
Mobile, Ala.
12 p.m.
Lafayette, La.
4 p.m.
Lafayette, La.
1 p.m.
Lafayette, La.
12 p.m.
Lafayette, La.
5 p.m.
Boca Raton, Fla.
5 p.m. (CST)
Boca Raton, Fla.
12 p.m. (CST)
Lafayette, La.
6 p.m.
Lafayette, La.
1 p.m.
Lafayette, La.
12 p.m.
Monroe, La.
1 p.m.
Monroe, La.
12 p.m.
Lafayette, La.TBA
Campus Sites
TBA
Campus Sites
TBA
Oklahoma City, Okla.
TBA
Home games listed in Bold Caps and are played at the Alfred and Helen Lamson Ragin’ Cajuns Softball Park (2,790)
• Denotes Sun Belt Conference Game | All Times Listed are CENTRAL and are subject to change.
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