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1 #LSU SOFTBALL SEC CHAMPIONS SEC TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS WCWS APPEARANCES SCHEDULE/RESULTS Date Opponent TV/Stream Time (CT)/Result FEBRUARY (14-3) 7 Tulsa! SECN+ W, 19-1 (5) 8 Iowa! SECN+ W, 9-0 (5) 8 Tulsa! SECN+ W, 11-0 (5) 9 Iowa! SECN+ W, 16-1 (5) 9 Bucknell! SECN (5) 10 Bucknell! SECN+ 8-0 (5) 14 vs. No. 20 Oklahoma St.$ ESPNU W, vs. 19 Oregon$ SECN L, vs. No. 11 Texas$ ESPNU W, vs. Ohio St.$ W, vs. No. 1 Florida St.$ ESPN3 L, 9-1 (6) 21 SECN+ L, SECN+ W, RV SECN+ W, SECN+ W, 8-0 (5) 24 RV SECN+ W, Kent St. SECN+ w, 8-0 (5) MARCH (4-1) 1 USC Upstate% SECN+ W, Indiana% SECN+ L, Stephen F. Austin% SECN+ W, Illinois St.% SECN+ W, Stephen F. Austin% SECN+ W, 13-3 (5) 5 at Northwestern St. 3:30 p.m. 8 at Texas A&M* SECN+ 6 p.m. 9 at Texas A&M* SECN+ 3 p.m. 10 at Texas A&M* SECN 3 p.m. 13 Troy SECN+ 6 p.m. 16 Florida* SECN+ 6 p.m. 17 Florida* SECN 4 p.m. 18 Florida* SECN 6 p.m. 20 Lamar SECN+ 6 p.m. 22 at Georgia* SECN+ 5 p.m. 23 at Georgia* ESPN 3 p.m. 24 at Georgia* SECN+ 1 p.m. 27 Nicholls SECN+ 6 p.m. 29 South Carolina* SECN+ 6 p.m. 30 South Carolina* SECN 6 p.m. 31 South Carolina* ESPNU 1 p.m. APRIL (0-0) 5 at Mississippi St.* SECN+ 6 p.m. 6 at Mississippi St.* ESPNU 5 p.m. 7 at Mississippi St.* ESPNU 3 p.m. 9 McNeese St. SECN+ 6 p.m. 12 Kentucky* SECN+ 6 p.m. 13 Kentucky* SECN+ 6 p.m. 14 Kentucky* SECN+ 1 p.m. 18 at Arkansas* SECN+ 6 p.m. 19 at Arkansas* SECN+ 6 p.m. 20 at Arkansas* ESPNU 1 p.m. 23 ULM SECN+ 6 p.m. 26 at Baylor 6:30 p.m. 27 at Baylor (DH) 5/7:30 p.m. MAY (0-0) 3 Alabama* ESPN2 6 p.m. 4 Alabama* SECN+ 5 p.m. 5 Alabama* SECN 1 p.m SEC Tournament SECN TBA NCAA Regionals TBA 23-26NCAA Super Regional TBA 30-5 Women s College World Series TBA All times are central and subject to change. Home games are bolded and played at Tiger Park.! - Tiger Classic [Baton Rouge, La.]; $ - St. Pete/Clearwater Elite Invitational [Clearwater, - Purple & Gold Challenge [Baton Rouge, La.]; % - LSU Invitational [Baton Rouge, La.]; * - SEC Contest; SECN - SEC Network; SECN+ - SEC Network+; CST - Cox Sports NO. 10/9 LSU (18-4) AT NORTHWESTERN ST. (8-11) BREAKDOWN 2018 Record 18-4, 0-0 SEC Head Coach Beth Torina LSU Record/Years (7th Season) Overall Record/Years (11th Season) ON DECK FAST FACTS The 2019 Tigers return 14 players from last year s squad. The majority of the batting lineup returns with the exception of Emily Griggs. Head coach Beth Torina is in her eighth season at the helm of LSU softball and has coached the Tigers to four Women s College World Series appearances. A total of 10 newcomers join the 2019 squad, including graduate transfer Amanda Sanchez. Aliyah Andrews and Amanda Sanchez were both named to the Preseason All-SEC team in January. Andrews and Sanchez were both on the SEC All-Defensive Team in Amanda Sanchez was named to the USA Softball Player of the Year Watch List. The Tigers put together six-straight runrule victories to start the 2019 season, the second-longest run-rule streak in program history. After defeating SFA 13-3 in five innings on Sunday, the Tigers now have nine run-rules on the year. LSU tallied 73 runs in 30 innings to start the year in the Tiger Classic, the most runs in any six-game stretch in program history. Shelbi Sunseri is an absolute beast in the circle and at the plate. She is second in the conference and in the nation in home runs with 11. She ranks fourth in the nation and first in the conference with three shutouts in the circle. She is hitting.475 on the year which is sixth among the leage. Sunseri s 32 RBI on the year is first among the league and nation. She is second in the nation and league in total bases with 62. She also has reached bases in all 22 games this season. Amanda Sanchez leads the conference and nation in doubles with 10. In the last five games, the Tigers are hitting Northwestern St Record 8-11 Head Coach Donald Pickett NSU Record/Years (10th Year) LSU leads the all-time series, 28-0 LSU starts four-game road swing with Northwestern St. After playing the last 11 games in Tiger Park, the Tigers will hit the road for a four-game road swing. The Tigers head to Northwestern St. on Tuesday for a midweek matchup before opening SEC action this weekend at Texas A&M. The Tigers own a 28-0 all-time record against Northwestern St. Last year, the Tigers took down the Lady Demons 8-0 in five innings. The game will air live on Cox Sports Television..333 at the plate with Amber Serrett leading the way in the past five games, hitting.545. Serrett finished the weekend with six hits, including two home runs, to go along with six RBI, a slugging percentage and a.615 on-base percentage. Sunseri finished the weekend with a.500 batting average, a slugging percentage and a.706 on-base percentage. She hit two more home runs on the weekend, bringing her total to 11 which is seven home runs away from the LSU singleseason record (18). In the circle, Shelby Wickersham picked up two victories, including a seven-inning shutout over USC Upstate. In 14.1 innings of work, she struck out 8 and allowed just two unearned runs. Andrews now has 21 stolen bases on the season. The single-season record is 45 set by Kirsten Shortridge in Andrews finished with 42 last season and had 16 stolen bases in the first 17 games. In the first 22 games last season, the Tigers were hitting.280. This season the Tigers are hitting.346. The Tigers have scored 155 runs compared to 107 last season. Maribeth Gorsuch picked up her first seven inning shutout as a Tiger, shutting out SFA on Saturday. She had a season-high in strikeouts of seven. Shemiah Sanchez had two home runs on the weekend, including her first grand slam in her career. She tallied a career-high of six RBI against SFA on Sunday and a careerhigh of eight total bases. She now has four home runs on the year and 13 in her career.

2 2019 Quick Facts SOFTBALL STAFF Head Coach Beth Torina Alma Mater, Year Florida, 2000 Record at LSU (Seasons) (7) Career Record (Seasons) (11) Assistant Coach Howard Dobson Alma Mater, Year McNeese State, 1997 Year at LSU 8th Season Assistant Coach Lindsay Leftwich Alma Mater, Year Northwesten State, 2005 Year at LSU 8th Season Volunteer Coach Sandra Simmons Alma Mater, Year LSU, 2016 Year at LSU 1st Season Director of Operations Quinlan Duhon Alma Mater, Year LSU, 2008 Year at LSU 10th Season TEAM INFORMATION 2018 Overall Record SEC Record (Finish) (5th) 2018 SEC Tournament Finish Second Round 2018 Postseason Super Regionals 2018 Final Ranking (NFCA/USA Softball) 12/14 Letterwinners Returning/Lost 14/6 Starters Returning/Lost 7/2 Pitchers Returning/Lost 2/2 Newcomers 10 PROGRAM HISTORY All-Time Record (.741) All-Time SEC Record (.688) SEC Western Division Titles 9 Seasons , 2004, 2007, 2013 SEC Regular Season Titles 5 Seasons 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2004 All-Time SEC Tournament Record (.667) SEC Tournament Titles 5 Seasons 1999, 2001, 2002, 2004, 2007 NCAA Tournament Record (.633) NCAA Tournament Appearances 20 Seasons , Women s College World Series Appearances 6 Seasons 2001, 2004, 2012, 2015, 2016, 2017 UNIVERSITY Location Baton Rouge, La. Founded 1860 Enrollment 31,414 Nickname Tigers or Fighting Tigers Colors Purple (PMS 268) & Gold (PMS 123) Mascot Mike (Bengal tiger) Conference Southeastern President & Chancellor Dr. F. King Alexander NCAA Faculty Representative Dr. Bill Demastes COMMUNICATIONS Associate AD/Communications Michael Bonnette Sr. Assoc. Comm. Director Bill Franques Sr. Assoc. Comm. Director Kent Lowe Associate Comm. Director Judy Willson Associate Comm. Director Brandon Berrio Associate Comm. Director Chelsey Chamberlain Associate Comm. Director Aaron Hyder Chamberlain s Address Chamberlain s Office Phone (225) Chamberlain s Cell Phone (225) SID Fax (225) Administrative Specialist Pam LeBlanc SPORTS INFORMATION LSU Assistant Communications Director Chelsey Chamberlain handles the media relations duties for the Tiger softball team. Chamberlain can be reached on her cell at (225) or at her office (225) or by at PRACTICE TIMES/INTERVIEWS LSU practices at Tiger Park and generally begins around 2 p.m. On Tuesday afternoon s head coach Beth Torina and players are available for interviews beginning at 1:30 p.m. prior to the team practice session. Members of the media who wish to cover practice should contact SID Chelsey Chamberlain for changes to practice times. Office and phone interviews may be arranged on special occasions. All interview requests must be made at least 24 hours in advance with Chamberlain. Information about the Tiger softball team, including player bios, game recaps and notes packets are available online at the Official Website of LSU Athletics, LSU softball games that are broadcast on the radio also can be heard on LSUsports.net. Live statistics for all games will be carried on LSUsports.net. TIGERS ON THE RADIO LSU softball is in its 22nd season of radio coverage, as the LSU Sports Network will broadcast 30 regular season games which includes all of the team s 24 SEC contests in addition to all postseason games. The games will be broadcast in the Baton Rouge area on Talk FM. In addition, the games can be heard live on the internet at LSUsports.net. Patrick Wright calls the play-by-play action. ATHLETICS DEPARTMENT Director of Athletics/Vice Chancellor Deputy Director of Athletics Sr. Assoc. AD/Student Services & SWA Sr. Assoc. AD/Business Sr. Assoc. AD/External Affairs Sr. Assoc. AD/Compliance & Planning Sr. Assoc. AD/Facility Management Associate AD/Ticket Manager Assistant AD/Marketing Assistant AD/Television Operations Assistant Director/Operations Joe Alleva Verge Ausberry Miriam Segar Mark Ewing Robert Munson Bo Bahnsen Ronnie Haliburton Brian Broussard Dave Haskins Kevin Wagner John Schiebe

3 2019 Roster NUMERICAL No. Name Pos. B-T H-T Cl.-Exp. Hometown (Previous School) 00 Akiya Thymes OF L/R 5-1 Jr.-2L Brusly, La. (Brusly HS) 1 Michaela Schlattman C R/R 5-7 Sr.-1L Plainfield, Ill. (Plainfield HS/Miami (Ohio)) 2 Ali Kilponen P R/R 6-0 Fr.-HS Highlands Ranch, Colo. (Valor Christian HS) 3 Taylor Tidwell INF R/R 5-11 Fr.-HS Gonzales, La. (St. Amant HS) 4 Aliyah Andrews OF L/R 5-7 Jr.-2L Oldsmar, Fla. (East Lake HS) 5 Kara Goff UTL L/R 5-6 So.-1L Ruston, La. (Northridge HS) 6 Maribeth Gorsuch P R/R 5-10 Jr.-2L Lewisville, Texas (Lewisville HS) 7 Becca Schulte INF R/R 6-0 Sr.-1L Andover, Kansas (Andover HS/Butler CC) 8 Savannah Stewart OF L/R 5-8 Fr.-HS Marietta, Ga. (Hillgrove HS) 9 Elyse Thornhill UTL L/R 5-9 Sr.-3L Baton Rouge, La. (St. Joseph s Academy) 10 Sydney Bourg UTL L/R 5-6 Sr.-2L Slidell, La. (Pope John Paul II Catholic HS) 11 Shelby Wickersham P R/R 5-10 Fr.-HS Metairie, La. (Mount Carmel Academy) 16 Taryn Antoine OF L/R 5-3 So.-1L Alexandria, La. (Alexandria HS) 17 Amber Serrett INF R/R 5-6 Sr.-3L Spring, Texas (Oak Ridge HS) 18 Jordyn Perkins UTL R/R 5-3 Fr.-HS Metairie, La. (Mount Carmel Academy) 20 Amanda Sanchez INF L/R 5-9 Sr.-TR West Covina, Calif. (Bishop Amat HS/Missouri) 22 Amanda Doyle INF R/R 5-8 Jr.-2L Santa Clarita, Calif. (Canyon HS) 23 Shemiah Sanchez INF R/R 5-2 Sr.-3L Newnan, Ga. (East Coweta HS) 24 Claire Weinberger OF L/R 5-5 Jr.-2L Prairieville, La. (East Ascension HS) 25 Georgia Clark INF R/R 5-9 Fr.-HS Houston, Texas (Stratford HS) 26 Morgan Cummins C R/R 5-8 Fr.-HS Sarasota, Fla. (Lakewood Ranch HS) 27 Shelbi Sunseri P/UTL R/R 5-10 So.-1L Santa Fe, Texas (Santa Fe HS) 38 Baylie Thornhill P R/R 5-8 Fr.-TR Baton Rouge, La. (St. Joseph s Academy/South Alabama) 84 Karrington Houshmandzadeh OF L/R 5-9 Fr.-HS Cerritos, Calif. (Los Alamitas HS) ALPHABETICAL No. Name Pos. Ht. B-T Cl./Exp. Hometown/Previous School 4 Aliyah Andrews OF L/R 5-7 So.-1L Oldsmar, Fla. (East Lake HS) 16 Taryn Antoine OF L/R 5-3 Fr.-HS Alexandria, La. (Alexandria HS) 10 Sydney Bourg UTL L/R 5-6 Sr.-2L Slidell, La. (Pope John Paul II Catholic HS) 25 Georgia Clark INF R/R 5-9 Fr.-HS Houston, Texas (Stratford HS) 26 Morgan Cummins C R/R 5-8 Fr.-HS Sarasota, Fla. (Lakewood Ranch HS) 22 Amanda Doyle INF R/R 5-8 So.-1L Santa Clarita, Calif. (Canyon HS) 5 Kara Goff UTL L/R 5-6 Fr.-HS Ruston, La. (Northridge HS) 6 Maribeth Gorsuch P R/R 5-10 So.-1L Lewisville, Texas (Lewisville HS) 84 Karrington Houshmandzadeh OF L/R 5-9 Fr.-HS Cerritos, Calif. (Los Alamitas HS) 2 Ali Kilponen P R/R 6-0 Fr.-HS Highlands Ranch, Colo. (Valor Christian HS) 18 Jordyn Perkins UTL R/R 5-3 Fr.-HS Metairie, La. (Mount Carmel Academy) 20 Amanda Sanchez INF L/R 5-9 Sr.-TR West Covina, Calif. (Bishop Amat HS/Missouri) 23 Shemiah Sanchez INF R/R 5-2 Jr.-2L Newnan, Ga. (East Coweta HS) 1 Michaela Schlattman C R/R 5-7 Jr.-TR Plainfield, Ill. (Plainfield HS/Miami (Ohio)) 7 Becca Schulte INF R/R 6-0 Jr.-TR Andover, Kansas (Andover HS/Butler CC) 17 Amber Serrett INF R/R 5-6 Jr.-2L Spring, Texas (Oak Ridge HS) 8 Savannah Stewart OF L/R 5-8 Fr.-HS Marietta, Ga. (Hillgrove HS) 27 Shelbi Sunseri P/UTL R/R 5-10 So.-1L Santa Fe, Texas (Santa Fe HS) 38 Baylie Thornhill P R/R 5-8 Fr.-TR Baton Rouge, La. (St. Joseph s Academy/South Alabama) 9 Elyse Thornhill UTL L/R 5-9 Jr.-2L Baton Rouge, La. (St. Joseph s Academy) 00 Akiya Thymes OF L/R 5-1 So.-1L Brusly, La. (Brusly HS) 3 Taylor Tidwell INF R/R 5-11 Fr.-HS Gonzales, La. (St. Amant HS) 24 Claire Weinberger OF L/R 5-5 So.-1L Prairieville, La. (East Ascension HS) 11 Shelby Wickersham P R/R 5-10 Fr.-HS Metairie, La. (Mount Carmel Academy) TIGERS BY STATE California (3) Amanda Doyle Karrington Houshmandzadeh Amanda Sanchez Colorado (1) Ali Kilponen Kansas (1) Becca Schulte Illinois (1) Michaela Schlattman Georgia (2) Shemiah Sanchez Savannah Stewart Florida (2) Aliyah Andrews Morgan Cummins PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Players ALIYAH Andrews A-LEE-Uh Taryn ANTOINE an-twon Sydney BOURG Berg KARRINGTON HOUSHMANDZADEH Care-ing-ton Who-sh-man-zah-duh Ali KILPONEN kill-poh-nen Becca SCHULTE SHULL-tee ELYSE Thornhill E-Lease AKIYA THYMES A-Kai-uh Times Coaching Staff Beth TORINA tohr-ree-na Texas (4) Georgia Clark Maribeth Gorsuch Amber Serrett Shelbi Sunseri Louisiana (10) Taryn Antoine Sydney Bourg Kara Goff Jordyn Perkins Baylie Thornhill Elyse Thornhill Akiya Thymes Taylor Tidwell Claire Weinberger Shelby Wickersham

4 The Torina File Career Record: Record at LSU: Record at FIU: Head Coach LSU Year Record Year Record Head Coach FIU Year Record YEARS SCHOOL NOTES 2012-Present LSU Head Coach Seven NCAA Regionals, 2012, 2015, 2016, 2017 Women s College World Series Florida International University Head Coach 2010 NCAA Regionals University of Houston Assistant Coach Two NCAA Regionals, 2007 Conference USA Champions Stetson University Assistant Coach 2001 Atlantic Sun Regular Season Champions University of Florida pitcher 1998 SEC Championship Team TORINA VS. OPPONENTS Opponent LSU FIU Totals Alabama Alcorn State Arizona Arizona State Arkansas Auburn Ball State Baylor Bethune-Cookman Bradley Boston College Boston University Bucknell BYU California Cal State Fullerton Cal State Northridge Central Arkansas Central Connecticut State Columbia Connecticut Creighton DePaul Drake East Tennessee State Eastern Illinois Eastern Michigan Fairfield Florida Florida Atlantic Florida Gulf Coast Florida State Fordham Fresno State George Washington Georgetown Georgia Georgia Southern Georgia Tech Hampton Harvard Hofstra Houston Illinois Illinois-Chicago Illinois State Indiana Iowa Iowa State Jacksonville Jackson State James Madison Kansas Kentucky Kent St Lamar Longwood Long Beach State Long Island Louisiana-Lafayette Louisiana-Monroe Louisiana Tech Louisville Loyola Marymount Massachusetts McNeese State Memphis Michigan Michigan State Middle Tennessee Minnesota Mississippi State Mississippi Valley State Missouri Murray State Nebraska Nevada New Mexico New Mexico State Nicholls Northwestern Northwestern State North Carolina North Carolina State North Dakota State North Florida North Texas Notre Dame Ohio State Oklahoma Oklahoma State Ole Miss Omaha Oregon Oregon State Pacific Pittsburgh Penn State Purdue Providence Quinnipiac Radford Robert Morris Rutgers Samford San Diego State San Jose State Stephen F. Austin St. John s St. Joseph s South Alabama South Carolina South Florida Southeast Missouri Southeastern Louisiana Southern Illinois Southern Utah SIUE Southern Miss Stanford Stetson Syracuse Temple Tennessee Tennessee State Tennessee Tech Texas Texas-Arlington Texas A&M-CC Texas A&M Texas State Texas Southern Texas Tech Troy Tulsa UCF UCLA UC Santa Barbara UNLV USC Upstate Utah Utah State Virginia Virginia Tech Washington Western Kentucky Western Michigan Wichita State Wisconsin

5 LSU s Record When... WIN-LOSS SUMMARY 2019 OVERALL Overall , Non-Conference SEC SEC Tournament NCAA Tournament Home Away Neutral vs. Top vs. Top Louisiana Teams Day Games Night Games February March April May Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday RHP Starter LHP Starter Shutouts Run-rule Games Extra-inning Games One-run Games Two-run Games Five-run + Games Scored 0-2 Runs Scored 3-5 Runs Scored 6-9 Runs Scored 10 + Runs Opp. Scored 0-2 Runs Opp. Scored 3-5 Runs Opp. Scored 6-9 Runs Opp. Scored 10 + Runs Scored in 1st Inning Opp. Scored in 1st Inning Scored First Opp. Scored First Leading after 6 Innings Trailing after 6 Innings Tied after 6 Innings Made 0 Errors Made 1 + Errors Opp. Made 0 Errors Opp. Made 1 + Errors Out-hit Opp Out-hit by Opp Hits are Tied NEWS AND NOTES Howard Dobson Named USA Softball WNT Assistant Coach LSU softball assistant coach Howard Dobson has been named as an assistant coach for the 2019 USA Softball Women s National Team (WNT), the organization announced Monday afternoon. Selected from the USA Softball WNT Coaching Pool, they will join Head Coach Ken Eriksen (Tampa, Fla./Head Coach at South Florida) in leading the WNT in their continued preparation for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games with select tour stops and international competitions in the 2019 season. Dobson is making his eighth appearance as an Assistant Coach for the WNT program after serving on the coaching staff since In his tenure with USA Softball, Dobson has contributed to two WBSC World Championship Gold Medal finishes and one Silver Medal in addition to a Silver Medal at the Toronto 2015 Pan American Games. A Look at the 2019 Schedule The LSU softball team released the 2019 regular season schedule Thursday morning. The spring slate features a total of 55 games with 34 contests inside Tiger Park. The Tigers take on four teams from the 2018 Women s College World Series and will have a total of 36 games against 2018 NCAA Tournament teams. LSU will host three non-conference tournaments in the months of February and March, opening up the 2019 season with the Tiger Classic (Feb. 7-10), which includes a matchup with 2018 NCAA Tournament team Tulsa. The LSU Invitational (Feb. 21) and the Purple and Gold Challenge (March 1-3) will follow and will include prominent teams in Michigan and Stanford. The Tigers will participate in the St. Pete/Clearwater Elite Invitational, ESPN Event s first owned and operated softball invitational, February The Tigers will take on Oklahoma State, Oregon, Texas, Ohio State and 2018 Super Regional opponent Florida State. The 24-game SEC slate begins March 8-10 with a three-game series on the road at Texas A&M. Last season, the Southeastern Conference sent all 13 teams to the NCAA Tournament for the secondstraight year. The eight weekends of conference play will begin in early March and close in May with the Tigers hosting Florida, South Carolina, Kentucky and Alabama. Seven midweek matchups round out the 2019 slate, hosting Kent State, Troy, Lamar, Nicholls, McNeese and ULM. The Tigers will travel to Northwestern State. LSU Picked Sixth in Preseason SEC Poll The 2019 SEC Softball Preseason Coaches Poll was released Wednesday morning, and the league s coaches have predicted the LSU softball team to finish sixth in the conference. The Tigers are coming off a overall mark and SEC record in They return 13 letterwinners from last year s squad and add 10 newcomers, including transfer Amanda Sanchez from Missouri. Florida, the four-time defending SEC regular-season champion, has been selected as the preseason favorite for the 2019 season. Florida received 10 first-places votes, with two going to Georgia who was picked to finish second. Tennessee was picked to finish third and South Carolina and Arkansas round out the Top SEC Softball Preseason Coaches Poll (First-Place Votes in Parentheses) Place, School, Points 1. Florida (10, Georgia (2), Tennessee, South Carolina, Arkansas, LSU, Kentucky (1), Alabama, Auburn, Mississippi State, Texas A&M, Ole Miss, Missouri, 15 Four Trips in Seven Years Under Torina The LSU softball program has now advanced to the Women s College World Series four times under Torina and three out of the last four seasons. LSU and UCLA were the only programs that advanced to Oklahoma for three-straight years ( ). In the seven years since Torina has taken over as head coach, LSU is one of only five teams to advance to OKC at least four times. Sandra Simmons Named Volunteer Assistant Head coach Beth Torina and the LSU softball program announced the addition of Sandra Simmons as the volunteer assistant coach in July of Simmons played for the Tigers, under the direction of Torina, from She started all but one game of her career. In her senior season, she earned five accolades, including NFCA Third-Team All- South Region, SEC All-Tournament Team, NCAA All-Baton Rouge Regional Team, LSWA All-Louisiana First Team and was a member of the SEC Community Service Team. Following graduation, Simmons was a graduate assistant for the University of Kentucky softball program, serving as the team s Director of Operations. She was involved in helping with all aspects of the program of day-to-day planning in addition to other needs with the coaching staff.

6 NEWS AND NOTES Jaquish Named to USA National Teams Former LSU softball standout Sahvanna Jaquish was named to the 2019 United States Women s National Team (WNT) roster as announced Monday morning. Selected by members of the Women s National Team Selection Committee (WNTSC), these athletes will compete in select tournaments/invitational events before the final 15-player roster for the Pan American Games will be finalized. The four-time LSU All-American competed with the WNT this summer in various tournaments. The team earned a place in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics after winning back-to-back Gold Medals at the WBSC World Championships. Softball Inks Seven During Signing Period LSU softball and head coach Beth Torina announce the signing of seven during 2018 Signing Day. All will be freshman and eligible for the 2020 season. The Tigers signed Victoria Abrams (Columbia, La.), Ciara Briggs (Yorba Linda, Calif.), Cait Calland (Katy, Texas), Taylor Edwards (Marrero, La.), Raeleen Gutierrez (Upland, Calif.), Anna Jones (Deer Park, Texas) and Taylor Pleasants (Houston, Texas).For more information on signing day, visit LSUSports.net. LSU to be Televised Nationally 14 Times in 2019 The 2019 SEC television and streaming schedule was announced for the LSU softball team and the Tigers will be featured nationally 14 times, the most in program history for regular season, with all home games being streamed live. More than 125 games will be featured throughout the season on the ESPN family of networks, with more than 50 games schedule for the SEC Network alone. Over 1,000 games will be available digitally. The first appearance on national television for 2019 will be in February when the Tigers travel to the inaugural St. Pete/Clearwater Elite Invitational February Four out of the five games will be on SECN, ESPNU or ESPN. Softball s Performance Center Moving Along Construction is underway for the Tigers brand new indoor facility at Tiger Park that was announced last spring. The LSU Softball Performance Center will be one of the top indoor facilities among college softball and the biggest indoor facility among the SEC with space of 14,500 square feet. There will be a space specifically dedicated to a 1,279 square foot softball weight room to go along with 770 square feet on the second floor specifically for cardio equipment. The LSU Softball Performance Center will have a full sized infield with custom, motorized netting surrounding the entire surface. This will allow the team to participate in full infield, hitting, slapping or pitching drills regardless of weather conditions outside. Each hitting lane will have wired electricity which will provide the staff and student-athletes the capability to set up multiple batting machines throughout the facility. The facility will also be wired for a custom multi-camera system that will provide the student-athletes and staff with a chance to immediately review film during practice. The building will also be equipped with 517 square feet of storage space and a 240 square foot locker room area. Lighting will be energy efficient with impact-resistant LED fixtures. A custom turf, that will mirror real grass in terms of playability and performance, will be installed with LSU branding through the entire indoor. Graphics will be placed throughout the interior of the facility that will honor the history of LSU softball. TIGERS IN THE POLLS USA Today/NFCA Coaches Poll (2/26/19) RK TEAM (1ST VOTES) PTS 19 Record Previous 1 Florida State (28) UCLA (4) Florida Oklahoma Washington Alabama Tennessee Georgia Texas LSU ULL Arizona South Carolina Arkansas Arizona State Indiana Kentucky Texas Tech James Madison Oregon Oklahoma State Auburn Minnesota Baylor Oregon State RV Receiving Votes: Illinois (49), Northwestern (41), Mississippi State (24), Wisconsin (14), Ohio State (13), Boise State (12), Texas A&M (11), Stanford (10), Drake (9), Louisiana Tech (5), Notre Dame (4), Michigan (2), Southern Illinois (2), North Texas (1). ESPN.com/USA Softball Poll (2/26/19) RK TEAM (1ST VOTES) PTS 19 Record Previous 1 Florida State (11) UCLA (8) Florida Oklahoma Alabama Washington (1) Tennessee Georgia LSU Texas UL-Lafayette Arizona South Carolina Arkansas Indiana Texas Tech Arizona State Oklahoma State James Madison Oregon Auburn Kentucky T23 Northwestern RV T23 Oregon State RV 25 Illinois Receiving votes: Wisconsin (34), Texas A&M (17), Minnesota (14), Ohio State (11), Virginia Tech (11), Baylor (10), Louisiana Tech (3), Mississippi State (3), Texas State (3), Cal State Fullerton (2), Drake (2), Notre Dame (2), California (1), Coastal Carolina (1)

7 LAST TIME A TIGER... Scored three runs in a game: Shemiah Sanchez, vs. Ohio State, 02/16/19 Scored four runs in a game: 4 times, last was Aliyah Andrews vs. Iowa, 02/09/19 Had four hits in a game: Emily Griggs, at Tennessee, 04/13/18 Had five hits in a game: Sahvanna Jaquish, at South Carolina, 04/19/14 Had five RBIs in a game: Michaela Schlattman vs. Tulsa, 2/7/18 Had six RBIs in a game: Shemiah Sanchez, SFA, 03/03/19 Had seven RBIs in a game: Stephanie Hill, Nicholls State, 04/01/04 Had nine RBIs in a game: Bianka Bell, at Louisiana Tech, 03/15/16 Had two doubles in a game: Amanda Doyle, vs. Texas A&M, 04/21/18 Had three doubles in a game: Amanda Sanchez vs. Tulsa, 02/08/19 Had two triples in a game: Constance Quinn, vs. Bethune-Cookman, 02/23/17 Had two home runs in a game: Shemiah Sanchez, SFA, 03/03/19 Had three home runs in a game: Bianka Bell, Kellsi Kloss, at Louisiana Tech, 03/15/16 Hit a grand slam: Shemiah Sanchez, SFA, 03/03/19 Lead off game with home run: Kirsten Shortridge, at Hawai`i, 02/07/09 Lead off inning with home run: Amanda Doyle, Arkansas, 05/04/18 Hit an inside-the-park home run: Kailey McCasland, Central Arkansas, 02/13/15 Hit a walk-off home run to win regulation game: Amanda Doyle, Arkansas, 05/04/18 Hit a walk-off home run to win an extra inning game: Amanda Doyle, No. 13 Baylor, 03/24/18 Had eight total bases in a game: Shemiah Sanchez, SFA, 03/03/19 Had nine total bases in a game: Shemiah Sanchez, at McNeese, 04/03/18 Had 10 total bases in a game: Kellsi Kloss, at No. 14 Tennessee, 04/12/15 Had 13 total bases in a game: Bianka Bell, at Louisiana Tech, 03/15/16 Had 14 total bases in a game: Kellsi Kloss, at Louisiana Tech, 03/15/16 Drew three walks in a game: Shelbi Sunseri, USC Upstate, 03-01/19 Drew four walks in a game: Sahvanna Jaquish, Missouri, 04/29/17 Drew two intentional walks in a game: Amanda Doyle, Auburn, 03/11/18 Drew three intentional walks in a game: Shelbi Sunseri, USC Upstate, 03/01/19 Hit by pitch twice in a game: Amanda Sanchez, vs. Oregon (02/15/19) Struck out three times in a game: Taryn Antoine/Amanda Doyle, at Florida, 04/29/18 Struck out four times in a game: Taryn Antoine, Ole Miss, 04/06/18 Struck out five times in a game: Ashley Lewis, Southern Miss, 05/20/00 Had two sacrifice hits in a game: Emily Griggs, Auburn, 03/10/18 Had three sacrifice hits in a game: Tara Asbill, at Alabama [Gm 1], 05/05/00 Had two sacrifice flies in a game: Sahvanna Jaquish, vs. No. 13 Arizona, 02/20/15 Had two stolen bases in a game: Aliyah Andrews, Illinois St, 03/02/19 Had three stolen bases in a game: Emily Griggs, Tennessee State, 02/07/15 Had four stolen bases in a game: Aliyah Andrews, Oregon State, 02/17/18 Seven-inning complete-game shutout: Maribeth Gorsuch, SFA, 03/02/19 Extra-inning complete-game shutout: Maribeth Gorsuch, Illinois St. [10 IP], 03/02/18 Tossed a perfect game: Sydney Smith vs. Tennessee Tech [5 IP], 03/04/16 Tossed a no-hitter: Shelby Wickersham vs. Iowa [5 IP], 02/08/19 Seven-inning no-hitter: Carley Hoover, South Alabama, 04/24/18 Seven-inning complete-game one-hitter: Allie Walljasper, vs. Florida State, 5/27/17 Recorded 13 strikeouts in a game: Carley Hoover, at Tennessee, 04/14/18 Recorded 14 strikeouts in a game: Carley Hoover, Ole Miss, 04/07/18 Recorded 15 strikeouts in a game: Carley Hoover, Texas Tech, 02/28/15 Recorded 16 strikeouts in a game: Dani Hofer, vs. South Florida, 03/16/08 Recorded 17 strikeouts in a game: Brittany Mack, at No. 10 Missouri [Gm 1], 05/27/11 Recorded 18 strikeouts in a game: Rachele Fico, vs. Syracuse, 05/20/11 Recorded 19 strikeouts in a game: Britni Sneed, vs. Oklahoma, 05/26/01 Recorded 22 strikeouts in a game: Rachele Fico, at Mississippi State, 03/08/13 Pitched 10+ innings: Maribeth Gorsuch, Illinois St. [10 IP], 03/02/18 Pitched 11+ innings: Ashley Czechner, vs. Harvard, 02/28/14 Pitched 13+ innings: Rachele Fico, at Mississippi State [14 IP], 03/08/13 Pitched 19+ innings: Allie Walljasper, Ole Miss, 04/06/18 Had 18 putouts: Morgan Russell, vs. Syracuse, 05/20/11 Had 19 putouts: Jennifer Schuelke, vs. Oklahoma, 05/26/01 Had 23 putouts: Lauren Houston, at Mississippi State, 03/08/13 Had 26 putouts: Amanda Doyle, Ole Miss, 04/11/18 Had six assists: Allie Walljasper, ULL, 05/20/18 Had seven assists: Shemiah Sanchez, South Alabama, 04/25/17 Had eight assists: Bianka Bell, at Arkansas, 04/29/16 Had 10 assists: Becca Schulte, Ole Miss, 04/06/18 Had two errors: Claire Weinberger, Illinois St., 03/02/19 Had three errors: Amber Serrett, Missouri, 04/29/17 Had four errors: Andrea Smith, vs. Arizona, 05/26/06 HONORS & AWARDS Aliyah Andrews Preseason All-SEC Amanda Sanchez Preseason All-SEC 2019 USA Softball Collegiate POY Watch List Shelby Wickersham SEC Freshman of the Week (2/11/19) Inning-by-Inning SCORE BY INNINGS TOTALS LSU Opponents

8 2019 Overall Stats Record: 18-4 Home: 15-2 Away: 0-0 Neutral: 3-2 SEC: 0-0 Player avg gp-gs ab r h 2b 3b hr rbi tb slg% bb hp so gdp ob% sf sh sb-att po a e fld% 27 Shelbi Sunseri Amanda Sanchez Aliyah Andrews Amber Serrett Michaela Schlattman Elyse Thornhill Amanda Doyle Shemiah Sanchez Taryn Antoine Morgan Cummins Savannah Stewart Jordyn Perkins Sydney Bourg Claire Weinberger K. Houshmandzadeh Taylor Tidwell Georgia Clark Akiya Thymes Kara Goff Shelby Wickersham Totals Opponents LOB - Team (139), Opp (113). DPs turned - Team (5), Opp (6). IBB - Team (3), Sunseri 3. Picked off - Houshmandzad 1, Weinberger 1. (All games Sorted by Earned run avg) Player era w-l app gs cg sho sv ip h r er bb so 2b 3b hr b/avg wp hp bk sfa sha 11 Shelby Wickersham / Maribeth Gorsuch / Shelbi Sunseri / Ali Kilponen / Totals / Opponents / PB - Team (3), Schlattman 2, Cummins 1, Opp (5). Pickoffs - Team (0), Opp (2). SBA/ATT - Schlattman (6-8), Cummins (7-7), Wickersham (4-6), Sunseri (5-5), Gorsuch (3-3), Kilponen (1-1).

9 2018 SEC Stats Record: Home: 10-2 Away: 3-8 SEC: Player avg gp-gs ab r h 2b 3b hr rbi tb slg% bb hp so gdp ob% sf sh sb-att po a e fld% 8 Emily Griggs Aliyah Andrews Taryn Antoine Amanda Doyle Michaela Schlattman Shelbi Sunseri Shemiah Sanchez Becca Schulte Amber Serrett Sydney Loupe Sydney Springfield Allie Walljasper Elyse Thornhill Claire Weinberger Kara Goff CC Caccamise Akiya Thymes Totals Opponents LOB - Team (159), Opp (140). DPs turned - Team (8), Opp (8). IBB - Team (2), Doyle 2. (SEC games only Sorted by Earned run avg) Player era w-l app gs cg sho sv ip h r er bb so 2b 3b hr b/avg wp hp bk sfa sha 25 Allie Walljasper / Carley Hoover / Maribeth Gorsuch / Shelbi Sunseri / Totals / Opponents / PB - Team (4), Schlattman 2, Caccamise 2, Opp (8). SBA/ATT - Schlattman (22-26), Hoover (13-16), Walljasper (9-9), Gorsuch (8-9), Caccamise (5-5), Springfield (5-5), Sunseri (2-2).

10 Results DATE OPPONENT RESULT INN LSU R-H-E OPP. R-H-E RECORD [SEC] PITCHER OF RECORD ATT TIME 02/07/19 RV Tulsa! W, [0-0] Gorsuch [1-0] :16 02/08/19 Iowa! W, [0-0] Wickersham [1-0] 870 1:56 02/08/19 RV Tulsa! W, [0-0] Sunseri [1-0] :41 02/09/19 Iowa! W, [0-0] Gorsuch [2-0] :55 02/09/19 Bucknell! W, [0-0] Kilponen [1-0] :30 02/10/19 Bucknell! W, [0-0] Sunseri [2-0] :32 02/14/19 vs. No. 20 Oklahoma State W, [0-0] Wickersham [2-0] 897 2:36 02/15/19 vs. No. 19 Oregon L, [0-0] Sunseri [2-1] :38 02/15/19 vs. No. 11 Texas W, [0-0] Wickersham [3-0] :38 02/16/19 vs. Ohio State W, [0-0] Gorsuch [3-0] 678 2:34 02/16/19 vs. No 1 Florida State L, [0-0] Sunseri [2-2] :08 02/21/19 Stanford$ L, [0-0] Wickersham [3-1] :30 02/22/19 Memphis$ W, [0-0] Sunseri [3-2] :15 02/22/19 RV Michigan$ W, [0-0] Wichersham [4-1] :55 02/23/19 CSUN$ W, [0-0] Kilponen [2-0] :40 02/24/19 RV Michigan W, [0-0] Sunseri [4-2] :06 02/26/19 Kent St. W, [0-0] Gorsuch [4-0] :31 03/01/19 USC Upstate W, [0-0] Wickersham [5-1] :48 03/01/19 No. 15 Indiana L, [0-0] Sunseri [4-3] :25 03/02/19 SFA W, [0-0] Gorsuch [5-0] :57 03/02/19 Illinois St. W, [0-0] Kilponen [3-0] :16 03/03/19 SFA W, [0-0] Wickersham [6-1] :45 Rankings reflect NFCA and USA Softball Top 25 on day of competition; Home games are bolded and played at Tiger Park;!-Tiger and Gold Challenge; #-St. Pete/Clearwater Invite; $-LSU Invitational; [SEC]-SEC contest; ^-SEC Tournament HR Tracker, Multi-Hit, Multi-RBI Games HOME RUN TRACKER NO. PLAYER OPPONENT (DATE) PITCHER ON-BASE INNING OUTS COUNT SCORE FINAL 1 Amber Serrett [1] RV Tulsa [02/07/19] Meinen W, Shelbi Sunseri [1] Iowa [02/08/19] Riding W, Shelbi Sunseri [2] RV Tulsa [02/08/19] Scott W, Shelbi Sunseri [3] RV Tulsa [02/08/19] Scott W, Jordyn Perkins [1] Iowa [02/09/19] Schulte W, Shelbi Sunseri [4] Bucknell [02/10/19] Geffert W, Shelbi Sunseri [5] vs. RV Oklahoma State [02/14/19] Show W, Shelbi Sunseri [6] vs. No. 19 Oregon [02/15/19] Dail L, Amanda Sanchez [1] vs. No. 11 Texas [02/15/19] Bolinger W, Shemiah Sanchez [1] vs. No. 11 Texas [02/15/19] Adams W, Shemiah Sanchez [2] vs. Ohio State Ray W, Amber Serrett [2] vs. No. 1 Florida State King L, 9-1 (6) 13 Shelbi Sunseri [7] Stanford Bauer L, Shelbi Sunseri [8] Memphis Nichols W, Amanda Doyle [1] CSUN Jamerson W, Sydney Bourg [1] CSUN Troost W, Amanda Doyle [2] CSUN Madison W, Shelbi Sunseri [9] Kent St. Scali W, Amanda Doyle [3] Kent St. Scali W, Amanda Doyle [4] Indiana Trainer L, Shelbi Sunseri [10] SFA Kriesel W, Amber Serrett [3] SFA Llinas W, Amber Serrett [4] Illinois St. Felde W, Shelbi Sunseri [11] Illinois St. Felde W, Shemiah Sanchez [3] SFA Wilber W, Shemiah Sanchez [4] SFA Llinas W, 13-3 Bold represents game tying or go-ahead home run HITTING STREAKS PLAYER LONGEST CURRENT Aliyah Andrews Shelbi Sunseri 7 7 M. Schlattman 6 - Amanda Sanchez 5 4 Amanda Doyle 4 1 Taryn Antoine 4 - Amber Serrett 4 3 Claire Weinberger 3 - Elyse Thornhill 2 - Georgia Clark 2 - Shemiah Sanchez 2 1 Morgan Cummins 1 - Sydney Bourg 1 1 Jordyn Perkin 1 - Savannah Stewart 1 1 Taylor Tidwell 1 1 MULTIPLE RBI GAMES PLAYER TOTAL Shelbi Sunseri Amanda Sanchez Amber Serrett Amanda Doyle Shemiah Sanchez Elyse Thornhill Taryn Antoine Jordyn Perkins M. Schlattman Aliyah Andrews Morgan Cummins MULTIPLE HIT GAMES PLAYER TOTAL Aliyah Andrews Amanda Sanchez Shelbi Sunseri Amber Serrett Amanda Doyle M. Schlattman Shemiah Sanchez Elyse Thornhill Taryn Antoine Morgan Cummins

11 Starting Lineups INNING-BY-INNING Ex To LSU Opponent RECORD WHEN LEADING Inn W-L RECORD WHEN TRAILING Inn W-L RECORD WHEN TIED Inn W-L STARTERS BY POSITION P STARTS RECORD Shelbi Sunseri Maribeth Gorsuch Shelby Wickersham Ali Kilponen C STARTS RECORD Michaela Schlattman Morgan Cummins B STARTS RECORD Amanda Doyle B STARTS RECORD Shemiah Sanchez Sydney Bourg SS STARTS RECORD Amber Serrett B STARTS RECORD Amanda Sanchez LF STARTS RECORD Elyse Thornhill Savannah Stewart Akiya Thymes Claire Weinberger CF STARTS RECORD Aliyah Andrews RF STARTS RECORD Taryn Antoine Claire Weinberger Akiya Thymes Elyse Thornhill DP STARTS RECORD Shelbi Sunseri Georgia Clark Shelby Wickersham STARTERS BY LINEUP SPOT LEADOFF STARTS RECORD Aliyah Andrews ND STARTS RECORD Taryn Antoine Amanda Sanchez Amanda Doyle Amber Serrett Shemiah Sanchez RD STARTS RECORD Amanda Doyle Amanda Sanchez Shelbi Sunseri CLEANUP STARTS RECORD Amanda Sanchez Shelbi Sunseri Amanda Doyle TH STARTS RECORD Shemiah Sanchez Shelbi Sunseri Michaela Schlattman Amanda Doyle TH STARTS RECORD M. Schlatmann Amber Serrett Elyse Thornhill Georgia Clark Shelbi Sunseri Shemiah Sanchez Taryn Antoine TH STARTS RECORD Amber Serrett Elyse Thornhill Michaela Schlattman TH STARTS RECORD Shemiah Sanchez Amber Serrett Shelbi Sunseri Georgia Clark Morgan Cummins Sydney Bourg Elyse Thornhill Savannah Stewart Claire Weinberger TH STARTS RECORD Claire Weinberger Elyse Thornhill Savannah Stewart Sydney Bourg Amber Serrett Akiya Thymes 2 2-0

12 Career Stats #00 AKIYA THYMES CAREER STATISTICS TOTAL #1 MICHAELA SCHLATTMAN S CAREER STATISTICS TOTAL #2 ALI KILPONEN S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR ERA W-L APP-GS CG SHO/CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR BF B/AVG. WP HBP BK SFA SHA / TOTALS / #3 TAYLOR TIDWELL S CAREER STATISTICS TOTAL #4 ALIYAH ANDREWS CAREER STATISTICS TOTAL #5 KARA GOFF S CAREER STATISTICS TOTAL #6 MARIBETH GORSUCH S CAREER STATISTICS TOTALS YEAR ERA W-L APP-GS CG SHO/CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR BF B/AVG. WP HBP BK SFA SHA / / / TOTALS / #7 BECCA SCHULTE S CAREER STATISTICS TOTAL #8 SAVANNAH STEWART S CAREER STATISTICS TOTAL #9 ELYSE THORNHILL S CAREER STATISTICS TOTAL #10 SYDNEY BOURG S CAREER STATISTICS TOTALS Nicholls State #11 SHELBY WICKERSHAM S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR ERA W-L APP-GS CG SHO/CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR BF B/AVG. WP HBP BK SFA SHA / TOTALS /

13 Career Stats #16 TARYN ANTOINE CAREER STATISTICS TOTAL #17 AMBER SERRETT S CAREER STATISTICS TOTAL #18 JORDYN PERKIN S CAREER STATISTICS TOTAL #20 AMANDA SANCHEZ CAREER STATISTICS TOTAL #22 AMANDA DOYLE S CAREER STATISTICS TOTAL #23 SHEMIAH SANCHEZ S CAREER STATISTICS TOTALS #24 CLAIRE WEINBERGER S CAREER STATISTICS TOTAL #25 GEORGIA CLARK S CAREER STATISTICS TOTAL #26 MORGAN CUMMIN S CAREER STATISTICS TOTAL #27 SHELBI SUNSERI S CAREER STATISTICS TOTAL YEAR ERA W-L APP-GS CG SHO/CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR BF B/AVG. WP HBP BK SFA SHA / / TOTAL / #84 KARRINGTON HOUSHMANDZADEH S CAREER STATISTICS TOTAL

14 Single-Game Highs #00 AKIYA THYMES CAREER HIGHS Hits: 1, WKU (3/13/18) Total Bases: 1, WKU (3/13/18) Runs Scored: 1, 17 times Walks: 1, 3 times Struck Out: 1, 2 times Sac Bunts: 1, Iowa (2/9/19) At Bats: 3, Illinois State (3/02/19) Stolen Bases: 2, Southern Miss (4/6/16) Caught Stealing: 1, 3 times Field Chances: 3, Iowa (2/9/19) Putouts: 3, Iowa (2/9/19) #1 MICHAELA SCHLATTMAN CAREER HIGHS Hits: 3, 2 times Doubles: 2, vs. Oklahoma State (2/14/19) Homeruns: 1, 9 times Total Bases: 6, at Florida State (5/25/18) RBI: 5, vs. Tulsa (2/7/19) Runs Scored: 2, 4 times Walks: 2, 2 times Hit by pitch: 2, vs. Bucknell (2/9/19) Struck Out: 2, 8 times Sac Bunts: 1, at Tennessee (4/13/18) At Bats: 7, Ole Miss (5/6/18) Stolen Bases: 1, Illinois-Chicago (2/8/18) Field Chances: 15, Ole Miss (4/7/18) Putouts: 14, 2 times Assists: 2, 3 times Runners CS: 2, at Florida State (5/26/18) #4 ALIYAH ANDREWS CAREER HIGHS Hits: 4, Auburn (3/9/18) Doubles: 1, 3 times Triple: 1, Auburn (3/9/18) Total Bases: 6, Auburn (3/9/18) RBI: 2, 2 times Runs Scored: 3, 3 times Walks: 2, 2 times Hit by Pitch: 1, 2 times Struck Out: 2, 5 times Sac Flies: 1, 2 times Sac Bunts: 1, 10 times At Bats: 8, Ole Miss (4/6/18) Stolen Bases: 4, Oregon State (2/17/18) Caught Stealing: 1, 5 times Field Chances: 5, 2 times Putouts: 5, Florida State (5/26/18) Assists: 1, 4 times #5 KARA GOFF CAREER HIGHS Hits: 1, Southern Utah (2/17/18) Doubles: 1, Southern Utah (2/17/18) Total Bases: 2, Southern Utah (2/17/18) RBI: 3, Southern Utah (2/17/18) Runs Scored: 2, Southern Utah (2/17/18) Walks: 1, 4 times Hit by pitch: 1, South Alabama (4/24/18) Struck Out: 2, Illinois State (3/2/18) At Bats: 3, Illinois State (3/2/18) #6 MARIBETH GORSUCH S CAREER HIGHS Struck Out: 2, Tennessee (4/23/17) At Bats: 3, at Ole Miss (4/15/17) Innings Pitched: 10.0, Illinois State (3/2/18) Walks Allowed: 5, vs Ohio State (2/16/19) Strikeouts: 12, Illinois State (3/2/18) Batters Faced: 35, Illinois State (3/2/18) Field Chances: 4, at Mizzou (3/30/18) Putouts: 2, vs. Bethune-Cookman (2/23/17) Assists: 4, at Mizzou (3/30/18) Runners CS: 1, 2 times #7 BECCA SCHULTE CAREER HIGHS Hits: 3, at Pacific (2/22/18) Doubles: 1, 8 times Homeruns: 1, at Pacific (2/22/18) Total Bases: 7, at Pacific (2/22/18) RBI: 3, at Pacific (2/22/18) Runs Scored: 2, 2 times Walks: 2, 3 times Hit by Pitch: 1, 3 times Struck Out: 2, 4 times Sac Flies: 1, 2 times Sac Bunts: 1, 5 times At Bats: 6, Ole Miss (4/6/18) Stolen Bases: 2, 2 times Field Chances: 14, Ole Miss (4/6/18) Putouts: 6, Purdue (3/3/18) Assists: 10, Ole Miss (4/6/18) #9 ELYSE THORNHILL CAREER HIGHS Hits: 3, 2 times Doubles: 2, 3 times Total Bases: 5, 2 times RBI: 4, Bucknell (2/9/19) Runs Scored: 2, 2 times Walks: 2, 2 times Hit by Pitch: 1, 4 times Struck Out: 2, 6 times Sac Flies: 1, 2 times Sac Bunts: 1, 2 times At Bats: 7, Auburn (3/9/18) Stolen Bases: 1, 4 times Field Chances: 9, Tennessee (4/22/-17) Putouts: 9, Tennessee (4/22/17) Assists: 1, 6 times #16 TARYN ANTOINE CAREER HIGHS Hits: 2, 5 times Doubles: 1, 6 times Triples: 1, 4 times Total Bases: 4, vs. Bucknell (2/10/19) RBI: 3, 2 times Runs Scored: 2, 7 times Walks: 3, Northwestern (4/17/18) Struck Out: 4, Ole Miss (4/6/18) Sac Flies: 1, 2 times Sac Bunts: 1, 4 times At Bats: 7, Ole Miss (5/6/18) Stolen Bases: 1, 9 times Caught Stealing: 1, Baylor (3/24/18) Field Chances: 4, vs Texas (2/15/19) Putouts: 3, 3 times #17 AMBER SERRETT CAREER HIGHS Hits: 3, 4 times Doubles: 2, 3 times Triples: 1, 3 times Homeruns: 1, 13 times Total Bases: 6, vs. Bethune-Cookman (2/23/17) RBI: 4, Central Arkansas (2/18/17) Runs Scored: 4, at Louisiana Tech (3/15/16) Walks: 2, 6 times Hit by Pitch: 1, 14 times Struck Out: 3, 3 times Sac Flies: 1, 5 times Sac Bunts: 1, 16 times At Bats: 7, Auburn (3/9/18) Stolen Bases: 2, Memphis (3/4/16) Caught Stealing: 1, 3 times Field Chances: 10, at Mississippi St. (4/16/16) Putouts: 6, 2 times Assists: 7, at Mississippi St. (4/16/16) #22 AMANDA DOYLE S CAREER HIGHS Hits: 3, 6 times Doubles: 2, 2 times Triples: 1, Illinois State (3/3/17) Homeruns: 2, 2 times Total Bases: 8, 2 times RBI: 5, vs. Fresno State (2/24/18) Runs Scored: 3, vs. Long Beach St. (2/24/17) Walks: 2, 6 times Hit by Pitch: 2, vs. Arkansas (5/6/18) Struck Out: 3, 3 times Sac Flies: 1, 8 times Sac Bunts: 1, 2 times Stolen Bases: 1, 2 times At Bats: 8, Ole Miss (4/6/18) Caught Stealing: 1, 2 times Field Chances: 26, Ole Miss (4/6/18) Putouts: 26, Ole Miss (4/6/18) Assists: 5, Purdue (3/3/18) #23 SHEMIAH SANCHEZ S CAREER HIGHS Hits: 3, 2 times Doubles: 2, Florida Atlantic (3/5/17) Homeruns: 2, 2 times Total Bases: 9, at McNeese (4/3/18) RBI: 6, SFA (3/3/19) Runs Scored: 3, Ohio State (2/16/19) Walks: 3, BYU (3/22/18) Hit by Pitch: 1, 13 times Struck Out: 2, 12 times Sac Flies: 1, 6 times Sac Bunts: 1, 4 times At Bats: 7, Ole Miss (4/6/18) Stolen Bases: 1, 8 times Caught Stealing: 1, Ohio State (2/12/16) Field Chances: 14, Ole Miss (4/6/18) Putouts: 5, Illinois St. (2/02/19) Assists: 9, Ole Miss (4/6/18) #24 CLAIRE WEINBERGER S CAREER HIGHS Hits: 2, BYU (3/22/18) Doubles: 1, 2 times Total Bases: 2, 3 times RBI: 2, vs. Bethune-Cookman (2/23/17) Runs Scored: 2, 3 times Walks: 2, Louisiana Tech (2/16/18) Struck Out: 2, vs. Oregon (2/25/18) At Bats: 4, BYU (3/22/18) Stolen Bases: 1, 5 times Caught Stealing: 1, 3 times Field Chances: 3, Southern Miss (3/27/18) Putouts: 3, Southern Miss (3/27/18) #27 SHELBI SUNSERI CAREER HIGHS Hits: 2, 13 times Doubles: 1, 10 times Triples: 1, Southern Miss (3/27/18) Homeruns: 2, vs. Tulsa (2/8/19) Total Bases: 8, vs. Tulsa (2/8/19) RBI: 4, vs. Tulsa (2/8/19) Runs Scored: 2, 3 times Walks: 2, 2 times Hit by pitch: 1, 3 times Struck Out: 3, Texas A&M (4/22/18) Sac flies: 1, Bucknell (2/9/19) Sac Bunts: 1, 2 times At Bats: 6, Ole Miss (4/6/18) Stolen Bases: 1, 3 times Innings Pitch: 7.0, 3 times Walks Allowed: 4, 2 times Strikeouts: 10, Memphis (2/22/19) Batters Faced: 32, UT Arlington (2/9/18) Field Chances: 2, 3 times Assists: 2, 3 times

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