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									                                                                                                              BYU Softball
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 Date
          BYU 2008 Schedule/Results
                Opponent                           Time/Results
                                                                              Cougars Begin Conference Play
 Feb. 7         Southern Utah !                      W 4-1
                                                                              PROVO, Utah (March 31, 2008) – The BYU women’s softball
 Feb. 8         Northern Colorado !                  W 11-1                   team opens up Mountain West Conference play at home with a
                Wisconsin !                          W 3-1                    doubleheader against New Mexico at 6 p.m. on Thursday, followed
 Feb. 9         Rhode Island !                       W 9-3
                Loyola Marymount !                   W 10-0                   by a doubleheader against Colorado State at 5 p.m. on Friday.
 Feb. 14        Northwestern State^                  W 14-0
 Feb. 15        Oklahoma^                             L 8-5
                Missouri^                            W 4-0                    After taking an eight-day game break, the Cougars are now 20-12
 Feb. 16        Kansas^                               L 5-3                   on the season and 2-0 at home, while New Mexico is 15-12 and
                San Jose State^                       L 3-2
 Feb. 21        Tennessee”                            L 8-2                   1-6 on the road, and Colorado State is 19-11 and 3-2 on the road.
 Feb. 22        Louisiana Monroe”                     L 4-2

 Feb. 23
                Wagner”
                Virginia”
                                                     W 10-0
                                                     W 5-1
                                                                              “Our preparation has been good leading into conference play,”
 Feb. 29        Drake #                              W 2-1                    BYU head coach Gordon Eakin said. “If we use the lessons we
                Creighton #                          W 1-0                    learned during our practices, I feel confident we will have suc-
 Mar. 1         Creighton #                          L 10-1
                Arizona State #                      L 8-2                    cess.”
 Mar. 7         Illinois $                           W 10-0
                Texas A&M $                          L 1-3
 Mar. 8         Illinois $                           L 14-5                   BYU looks to defend its title as MWC Champions as the Cougars
                Louisiana Lafayette $                L 4-7                    won their third-ever MWC title in 2007. In the Conference pre-
 Mar. 14        Nebraska %                           L 2-0
 Mar. 15        Nebraska %                           W 2-1
                                                                              season poll, BYU was selected No.1, but the team is currently
 Mar. 17        South Dakota State                   W 8-0.                   trailing both San Diego State and Colorado State in the overall
 Mar. 18        Utah State                           W 15-4.                  conference standings.
 Mar. 20        Princeton @                          W 6-1
 Mar. 21        East Carolina @                      W 7-6
 Mar. 22        Stanford @                           L 2-0                    CBS College Sports will broadcast the doubleheader against New
                Wisconsin @                          W 4-3
 Mar. 25        @Southern Utah                       W 9-3                    Mexico at Gail Miller Field. It is the first two of seven games that
                @Southern Utah                       W 19-9                   will be carried live.
 Apr. 3         New Mexico*-DH                     6:00 p.m..
 Apr. 4
 Apr. 8
 Apt. 10
                Colorado State*-DH
                Southern Utah-DH
                @UNLV*-DH
                                                   5:00 p.m.
                                                   3:00 p.m.
                                                   3:00 p.m.
                                                                              This Week’s Opponents
 Apr. 11        @San Diego State*                  6:00 p.m.
 Apr. 12        @San Diego State*                  1:00 p.m.                               New Mexico
 Apr. 16        @Utah Valley                       3:00 p.m.                               Overall:15-12                  Leading Pitcher:Kelly
 Apr. 18        Utah*                              7:00 p.m.
 Apr. 19        Utah*                              2:00 p.m.                               Away:1-6                       Ninemire (10-8, 3.51)
 Apr. 22        Idaho State-DH                     3:00 p.m.                               Series record: 25-11           Last Week: 1-0, Texas-San
 Apr. 25        UNLV*                              7:00 p.m.                               Leading Hitter:Lindsey         Antonio, 0-2 Texas State
 Apr. 26        UNLV*                              2:00 p.m.
 Apr. 29        Northern Colorado                  6:00 p.m.                               Elcess (.405)
 May 2          @Utah*                             4:00 p.m.
 May 3          @Utah*                             1:00 p.m.                               Colorado State
 May 6          Utah Valley                        5:00 p.m.
 May 8          @Colorado State*-DH                1:30 p.m.                               Overall:19-11                  Leading Pitcher: Cayte
 May 9          New Mexico*                        7:00 p.m.                               Away:3-2                       Billman (7-2, #.52)
 May 10         New Mexico*                        7:00 p.m.                               Series record: 18-14           Last Week: 2-0, Northern
* indicates Mountain West Conference game, ! indications Red Desert
Classic, ^ indicate Louisville Classic, “ indicates U. of Tennessee Tourna-                Leading Hitter: Julia          Colorado
ment, # indicates Arizona State Tournament, $ indicates Texas A&M
Tournament, % indicates UNLV Round Robin, @ indicates Stanford                             Kloppe (.441)
tournament
             * All times are local to site
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    2008 Softball Quick Facts                                    Projected Starters
                                                                 Catcher - Emi Snow-Willing
                                                                 First Base - Dani Snow
  UNIVERSITY INFORMATION                                         Second Base - Kristin Delahoussaye
  Location .................................. Provo, Utah        Shorstop/DP - Jessica Purcell & Amanda Vance (game-time decision)
  Founded ..........................October 15, 1875             Third Base - Angeline Quiocho
  Elevation ........................................... 4,553    Left Field - Caschjen Davis
  Enrollment .......................................33,278       Center Field - Monica Gonzales
  Nickname ...................................... Cougars        Right Field - Stephanie Platt-Hopkins
  Mascot............................................. Cosmo      Pitcher - Christina Gwyn-Trice
  Colors...............................Blue, White, Tan
  Affiliation ........................NCAA Division I
  Conference ..........................Mountain West
                                                                 Scouting New Mexico
                                                                                                        New Mexico comes to Pro-
  President ..................... Cecil O. Samuelson                      In The Numbers                vo with a 15-12 overall re-
  Athletic Website ...... www.byucougars.com                           New Mexico vs. BYU               cord and a 1-6 away record.
  Tickets ...... 422-BYU1 or 1-800-322-BYU1
                                                                     .270-Batting average-.293          The Lobos started the sea-
                                                                    15-12-Overall record-20-12          son hovering near .500, but
  SOFTBALL INFORMATION                                              1-6-Away/home record-2-0            hit a nine-game winning
  Head Coach: ...............Gordon Eakin (Utah)                                                        streak starting at the end of
                                                                          4.12-ERA-2.22
  Record at BYU (years) ............... 201-91 (6)
                                                                                                        February. The streak ended
  Overall Record ................................... Same
                                                                                                        in the middle of March and
  Coach’s Phone....................(801) 422-1158
  Assistant Coaches:                                             the Lobos have gone 2-8 since then. They carry two players who
          Vaughn Alvey (Utah)                                    are batting over .400, and as a team they carry a .270 batting av-
          Ianeta Le’i (BYU)                                      erage. In comparison to their strong hitting, they have struggled
  Athletic Trainer ........................Chris Linde           in the circle. They maintain a 4.12 ERA and their leading hurler,
  Equipment Manager ...........Steve Bushman                     Kelly Ninemire, is 10-8 with a 3.51 ERA.
  2007 Overall Record .........................43-20
  Conference record/finish ............... 16-4/1st              The Cougars have swept the Lobos during the past three seasons.
  Highest Ranking Last Year ...................N/A               New Mexico’s last win against BYU came in 2004 when they de-
  Final Ranking Last Year ....................... N/A
                                                                 feated the Cougars in the MWC tournament. BYU leads the all-
  Letterwinners Returning/Lost .............. 9/5
                                                                 time series 25-11, going 16-1 in the past four seasons.
  Starters Returning/Lost ......................... 7/4
  Newcomers .............................................. 8
  Field ........... Miller Park - Gail Miller Field
  Capacity .......................................... (2,100)
  Surface/dimensions .......grass/210-220-210
                                                                 Scouting Colorado State
                                                                                              After sweeping Northern
                                                                         In The Numbers       Colorado, Colorado State
  ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS                                            Colorado State vs BYU    heads to BYU with a 19-11
  Softball SID .......................Jillian Williams              .313-Batting average-.293 overall record and a 3-2
  Office Phone ......................(801) 422-8999
  Mobile Phone .....................(720) 334-0968                 19-11-Overall record-20-12 away record. The Rams
  Mailing Address 30 SFH, Provo, UT 84602                          3-2-Away/home record- 2-0  sparked early in the season
  Fax ......................................(801)422-0633                4.03-ERA-2.22        with an eight-game win-
  Homepage ............... www.byucougars.com                                                 ning streak in February, but
                                                                                              hit a slump in March with
                                                          a seven-game losing streak. Colorado State, like BYU, relies on
power from the batters box. The two teams both lead the MWC with 37 home runs. Cougar Angeline Quiocho
and Ram Lauren Cusick both have 11 home runs.

The Cougars lead the all-time series at 18-14. In 2007 the teams squared off four times. BYU swept the Rams
during its home series, but spilt the away series. In the last four years the Cougs lead the series 10-5. Colorado
State has only had two season where they led the Cougars in the series, the last time was in 2004 when BYU went
1-3 against the Rams.
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CBS College Sports Broadcast
The Cougars frist conference contest will be broadcast live on CBS College Sports. Both games of the double-
header are available on television, beginning at 6 p.m.

Play-by-play - Tom Hart, Hart calls both football and softball and is a contributor for CBS College Sports

Color - Ann Schatz. Schatz is a member of the Portland Trail Blazers Broadcasting Team and also is a freelance
play-by-play announcer, color commentator and sideline reporter for basketball and softball.


About the Team . . .
Last Week
The Cougars went 2-0 (9-3, 19-9) during their road trip to Southern Utah. During the doubleheader, BYU proved
its offensive power scoring a combined 28 runs. Both Paige Affleck and Christie Zinanti recorded wins during
the twinbill, and Christina Gwyn-Trice made an apperance in both games. It was a big day for BYU freshman
Caschjen Davis who had a double and a triple, while claiming a season-high six RBI in the second game alone.
Kristin Delahoussaye had a combined six RBI between the two games with a double in both games going 4-for-6
during the day.Sophomore Amanda Vance hit her fifth home run of the season during the second game, and
blasted a double during the first game to total five RBI. Davis and Vance were two of six Cougars to claim a
multiple-RBI day.
2007 Mountain West Conference Champions
For the third time since the program’s inception in 2000, the Cougars were named MWC Champions. The Cou-
gars went 16-4 in conference play last year.
MWC Preseason Champs
The Cougars were selected to win the Mountain West Conference, after finishing last season as conference
Champions. Despite losing a slew of seniors, including two All-Americans, BYU looks to repeat another year of
conference success.
The Cougars on Television
April 3 will mark the first television broadcast for the Cougars during the season. They have seven games sched-
uled for broadcast: April 3rd, against New Mexico (CBS College Sports, 6 and 8 p.m.), April 18th against Utah
(BYU-TV 7 p.m., The Mtn. 4/19 5 p.m.), April 24th against San Diego State (The Mtn. 5 and 7 p.m., CBS Col-
lege Sports 4/27 2:30 and 4:30 p.m.), and April 25th and 26th against UNLV (BYU-TV 7 and 2 p.m., The Mtn.
4/26 noon and 4/27 5 p.m.).
Heading Outdoors
With Spring officially here and the         Did You Know…
weather improving every day, the Cou-
gars have been able to hold consistent      •     This year BYU carries four married players: Dani Snow,
outdoor practices at Gail Miller Field.           Emi Snow-Willing, Christina Gwyn-Trice and Stephanie
The outdoor play helps BYU when it                Platt-Hopkins
travels to face teams that have seen        •     The Cougars enter the program’s ninth season with sev-
nicer weather and more time outside.              en-straight winning seasons.
Luckily, the early part of the season has   •     BYU has had three consecutive berths to the NCAA Re-
not been greatly affected by weather.             gional Tournament and the Cougs have hosted a Regional
Despite cold nights, windy days and
                                                  Tournament the past two years.
a few games in the rain, the team has
only had two games cancelled because
                                            •     During the program’s existence it has carried six differ-
of weather.                                       ent All-Americans, incluing Jodi Norton and Jennifer
                                                  Whitely from the 2007 MWC Champions.

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Home Sweet Home                                                   Versus Ranked Opponents
The Cougars have spent 28 games on the road, travel-              BYU is 1-6 against ranked opponents this season. The
ing all over the country. March 17th and 18th marked              Cougars lost to No. 2 Arizona State, No. 3 Texas A&M,
BYU’s first home game of the year. Following a gruel-             No. 5 Stanford, No. 6 Tennessee, No. 9 Oklahoma and
ing non-conference schedule, the team looks forward               No. 22 Louisiana Lafayette. In the Cougars second
to spending more time at home.                                    game against a ranked opponent they came out on top
Injuries Impacting the Cougars                                    of No. 22 Missouri, 4-0.
With only minor injuries the Cougars have not been                Going, Going, Gone
significantly affected his season. Senior pitcher Chris-          BYU has hit 37 home runs on the season, with 11 com-
tina Gwyn-Trice was a day-to-day decision during the              ing from Angeline Quiocho and nine from Dani Snow.
UNLV Round Robin, but made a complete recovery.                   Amanda Vance has five to her name and Jessica Purcell
Andrea Ramirez has been out all season with a knee                has four, while Stephanie Platt Hopkins has two home
injury. Jessica Purcell has seen reduced playing time             runs, including a grand slam, the only of her career.
after breaking her finger.                                        Senior Trio
Freshmen Making Big Impact                                        The Cougars are led by seniors Christina Gwyn-Trice,
With three freshman in the starting lineup and one mak-           Daniela Snow and Emi Snow-Willing. With only three
ing big contributions from the circle, the young team             seniors on the roster, BYU has a lot of young athletes
has worked to gain experience early in the season. Jes-           competing for positions. The Cougs look to gain expe-
sica Purcell has seen significant time at both shortstop          rience and cement positions early during their competi-
and catcher. Caschjen Davis has seen most of her time             tive schedule.
in left field and has made significant contributions of-          Cougar Bloodlines
fensivley. Kristin Dealhoussaye stepped in at second              Freshman Jessica Purcell joins her cousin Angeline
base for the Cougs while Paige Affleck brings a lot of            Quiocho as a Cougar. Daniela Snow and Emi Snow
power and speed to the circle.                                    Willing are sisters-in-law. Daniela married Emi’s
From the Circle                                                   brother.
Three skilled pitchers make up BYU’s rotation. Both
Christina Gywn-Trice and Christie Zinanti return from
last season, with Paige Affleck joining the two. Gwyn
Trice leads the Cougars with a 1.09 ERA. She is 8-4 so
far, and has struck out 130 batters in 89.2 innings.                 Batting Category Leaders:
                                                                          Home Runs - Angeline Quiocho(11)
                                                                          Hits - Quiocho (35)
 Cougars At Home                                                          Doubles - Snow (9)
                                                                          BA - Quiocho (.398)
 Miller Park                                                              RBI - Dani Snow (29)
 Miller Park, a unique, combined baseball-softball facility, is           Slugging % - Quiocho (.830)
 the home to BYU baseball and softball. Baseball plays on
 Larry H. Miller Field, while softball calls Gail Miller Field,
                                                                          Walks - Kristin Delahoussaye (20)
 a back-to-back mirror image of the pre-existing baseball                 Stolen Bases - Quiocho (9)
 field, home. It is the first combined facility of its kind.              HBP - Jessica Purcell (6)
                                                                          On Base % - Quiocho (.480)
 Head-to-Head with Baseball                                          Pitching Category Leaders:
 Miller Park is one of the unique facilities in the country
                                                                         ERA - Christina Gwyn-Trice (1.19)
 which can host softball and baseball at the same time. On
 five days Miller Park hosts both softball and baseball. On              App. - Gwyn-Trice (19)
 March 18 softball hosts Utah St. at 4 p.m. and baseball hosts           IP - Gwyn-Trice (82.2)
 Kansas State at 6 p.m. On April 8 softball hosts Southern               SO - Gwyn-Trice (120)
 Utah at 3 p.m. and baseball hosts Utah in a non-league game             SHO - Gwyn-Trice, Affleck (2)
 at 2 p.m. On Apr. 18 & 19 softball hosts Utah at 7 & 2 p.m.,
 and baseball hosts TCU at 7 & 1 p.m. those days. On May
 6 softball hosts Utah Valley at 5 p.m. and baseball hosts
 Washington State at 7 p.m.

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BREAKDOWN BY CLASS
Seniors
                          2008 Numerical Roster
Christina Gwyn Trice
Daniela Urincho-Snow
                          No.     Name                      Ht. Pos Cl.         B/T Hometown
 Emi Snow Willing
                          1       Whitney Nix            5-6       UTL    So.   R/R   Show Low, AZ
                          4       Kristin Delahoussaye 5-4         2B     Fr.   S/R   Las Vegas, NV
Juniors                   5       Stephanie Platt-Hopkins5-9       UTL    Jr.   R/R   St. George, UT
Monica Gonzales           6       Amanda Vance           5-8       UTL    So.   R/R   Cedar Hills, UT
Stephanie Platt Hopkins   8       Brittany Tokunaga      5-4       OF/C   Fr.   R/R   Kaliua, HI
Andrea Ramirez            9       Caschjen Davis         5-4       OF     Fr.   R/R   Imperial, CA
                          10      Jessica Purcell        5-8       SS/C   Fr.   R/R   Walnut, CA
Sophomores                11      Christina Gwyn-Trice 6-0         P/1B   Sr.   R/R   Keller, TX
Shaylyn Jenkins
                          12      Paige Affleck          5-11      P      Fr.   R/R   New Harmony, UT
Whitney Nix
                          14      Christie Zinanti       5-10      P/1B   So.   R/R   Pueblo, CO
Angeline Quiocho
Amanda Vance
                          16      Shaylyn Jenkins        5-9       C      So.   R/R   Ogden, UT
Christie Zinanti
                          18      Emi Snow-Willing       5-6       OF/C   Sr.   R/R   Mililani, HI
                          20      Erin Olander           5-7       C/OF   Fr.   R/R   Yakima, WA
Freshmen                  22      Daniela Snow           5-9       P/1B   Sr.   R/R   Corona, CA
                          24      Monica Gonzales        5-3       OF     Jr.   L/R   Westlake Village, CA
Caschjen Davis            31      Andrea Ramirez         5-9       SS     Jr.   R/R   Simi Valley, CA
Kristin Delahoussaye      33      Angeline Quiocho       5-9       INF    So.   R/R   Walnut, CA/Walnut
Erin Olander                    Head Coach: Gordon Eakin
Jessica Purcell                 Assitants: Vaughn Alvey, Ianeta Le’i
Brittany Tokunaga
                                Trainer: Chris Linde
BREAKDOWN BY STATE
                          Letterwinners Returning:       Letterwinners Lost:          Pronunciation Guide:
Arizona
                          Monica Gonzales                Jana Anderson                Kristin Delahoussaye:
Whitney Nix               Christina Gwyn-Trice           Tracee Hoch                         Dell-a-HOUSE-aye
                          Shaylyn Jenkins                Courtney Nix-Clark           Angeline Quiocho:
California                Stephanie Platt-Hopkins        Jodi Norton                         Key-OH-cho
Caschjen Davis            Angeline Quiocho
                                                         Jennifer Whiteley            Brittany Tokunaga:
Monica Gonzales           Andrea Ramirez
                          Daniela Snow                                                       Toe-kah-NUN-gah
Jessica Purcell
                          Emi Snow-Willing                                            Christie Zinanti:
Angeline Quiocho
                          Christie Zinanti                                                   zih-NAN-tee
Andrea Ramirez
Daniela Urincho-Snow


Colorado
Christie Zinanti
                          2008 Alphabetical Roster
                          No.     Name                       Ht. Pos Cl.        B/T Hometown
Hawaii                    12      Paige Affleck          5-11      P      Fr.   R/R   New Harmony, UT
Emi Snow-Willing          9       Caschjen Davis         5-4       OF     Fr.   R/R   Imperial, CA
Brittany Tokunaga
                          4       Kristin Delahoussaye 5-4         2B     Fr.   S/R   Las Vegas, NV
                          24      Monica Gonzales        5-3       OF     Jr.   L/R   Westlake Village, CA
Nevada
Kristin Delahoussaye
                          11      Christina Gwyn-Trice 6-0         P/1B   Sr.   R/R   Keller, TX
                          16      Shaylyn Jenkins        5-9       C      So.   R/R   Ogden, UT
Texas                     1       Whitney Nix            5-6       UTL    So.   R/R   Show Low, AZ
Christina Gwyn            20      Erin Olander           5-7       C/OF   Fr.   R/R   Yakima, WA
                          5       Stephanie Platt-Hopkins5-9       UTL    Jr.   R/R   St. George, UT
Utah                      10      Jessica Purcell        5-8       SS/C   Fr.   R/R   Walnut, CA
                          33      Angeline Quiocho       5-9       INF    So.   R/R   Walnut, CA/Walnut
Shaylyn Jenkins           31      Andrea Ramirez         5-9       SS     Jr.   R/R   Simi Valley, CA
Stephanie Platt-Hopkins   22      Daniela Snow           5-9       P/1B   Sr.   R/R   Corona, CA
Amanda Vance              18      Emi Snow-Willing       5-6       OF/C   Sr.   R/R   Mililani, HI
                          8       Brittany Tokunaga      5-4       OF/C   Fr.   R/R   Kaliua, HI
Washington
                          6       Amanda Vance           5-8       UTL    So.   R/R   Cedar Hills, UT
Erin Olander
                          14      Christie Zinanti       5-10      P/1B   So.   R/R   Pueblo, CO

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Top Players
              Angeline Quiocho, 3B, So.
              Quiocho is leading the Cougars in several offensive categories. She holds the longest hitting streak
              of the season at 11 games, which ended during BYU’s loss agaisnt Louisiana-Monroe. Quiocho holds
              a .379 batting average with 36 hits, including11 home runs and three doubles. The slugger is tied in
              leading the MWC in home runs.

              Season-Game Highs
              Home runs: 2 (Oklahoma, Feb. 15; Loyola Marymount, Feb. 9; Rhode Island, Feb. 9)
              Batting Average: 1.00 (2-2, Rhode Island, Feb. 9)
              Hitting Streak: 11 games (Feb. 7-21)

              AVG        GP       GS    AB     R    H    2B          3B    HR   RBI       TB   SLG% BB     HBP SO GDP OB%
              .379       32       32    95     29   36   5           0     11   18        74   .779   14   1   14 0       .459



              Dani Snow, 1B, Sr.

              Snow has begun to step up for the Cougars from the plate. She batted in a career high six runners against
              South Dakota State and leads the team with 29 RBI. As a senior Snow set a goal to improve her batting
              average by .030 this season. In 2007 she totalled a .310. Snow leads the MWC in RBI.

              Season-Game Highs
              RBI: 6 (South Dakota State, March 17)
              2B: 2 (Northwestern State, Feb. 14)
              Home runs: 2 (Louisiana Lafayett, March 8)
              Hits: 4 (Illinois, March 7)

              AVG        GP       GS    AB     R    H    2B          3B    HR   RBI       TB   SLG% BB     HBP SO GDP OB%
              .392       32       31    97     20   38   10          0     90       31    75   .7733 5     2   9    0     .429


              Amanda Vance, SS, So.

              As a transfer from Dixie State, Vance has made a large contribution to BYU’s lineup. She began the
              season as a utility player, but has solidified a position at shortstop with the injury to Jessica Purcell.
              Vance has come alive from the plate hitting improving from a .267 batting average on Feb. 21 to a cur-
              rent .337.

              Season-Game Highs
              Hits: 4 (Illinois, March 7)
              Total Bases: 6 (Arizona State, March 1)
              At-bats: 5 (Illinois, March 7; Southern Utah, March 25)
              RBI: 4 (Southern Utah, March 25)

              AVG        GP       GS    AB     R    H    2B          3B    HR   RBI       TB   SLG% BB     HBP SO GDP OB%
              .337       30       30    89     20   30       8       0     5        22    53   .596   4    2   15   0     .371


              Christina Gwyn-Trice, P, Sr.

              Right-hander Gwyn-Trice leads the Cougars in all pitching categories, and is 8-4. She has recorded 130
              strikeouts, and has only given up 12 extra-base hits in 89.2 innings pitched. Gwyn-Trice saw reduced
              time earlier in the season because of a finger injury, but the hurler has recovered completely and is
              expected to start against New Mexico.

              Season-Game Highs
              Shut out: Missouri, Feb. 15, Creighton Feb. 29
              Strikeouts:13 (Southern Utah, Feb. 7)
              One hitter: Missouri, Feb. 15; Southern Utah Feb. 7

              ERA    W        L   APP    GS    CG   SHO CBO SV            IP    H        R ER BB SO   2B 3B    HR   AB    B/Avg WP   HBP
              1.09   8        4   21     11    5    2    2       0        89.2 47 27 14 47 130 9           0   3    307   .153   8   4

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                                 OVERALL STATISTICS FOR BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY (AS OF MARCH 31, 2008)
                                            RECORD: 20-12 HOME: 2-0 AWAY: 2-4 NEUTRAL: 16-8 CONFERENCE: 0-0
SEASON BATTING STATS
Player                       AVG       GP   GS   AB    R    H    2B     3B        HR    RBI    TB     SLG%   BB   HBP      SO       GDP   OB%    SF    SH       SB     ATT   PO    A     E   FLD%
SNOW, Daniela                .392      32   31   97    20   38   10     0         9     31     75     .773   5    2        9        0     .429   1     1        2      2     177   7     1   .995
QUIOCHO, Angeline            .379      32   32   95    29   36   5      0         11    18     74     .779   14   1        14       0     .459   1     0        9      10    25    56    8   .910
DAVIS, Caschjen              .337      31   31   83    13   28   8      1         1     18     41     .494   13   2        16       0     .439   0     7        2      3     18    0     1   .947
VANCE, Amanda                .337      30   30   89    20   30   8      0         5     22     53     .596   4    2        15       0     .371   2     1        2      2     31    22    7   .883
DELAHOUSSAYE,Kristin         .301      32   32   83    19   25   5      1         1     14     35     .422   21   5        14       0     .468   0     2        4      7     54    49    7   .936
GONZALES, Monica             .262      30   29   84    15   22   1      1         0     8      25     .298   10   0        14       0     .340   0     5        5      7     16    2     1   .947
WILLING, Emi                 .255      32   32   98    9    25   11     0         1     12     39     .398   7    0        17       0     .302   1     1        1      2     126   12    5   .965
PURCELL, Jessica             .232      30   28   82    16   19   5      0         4     12     36     .439   6    6        20       1     .330   0     0        4      4     109   29    6   .958
HOPKINS, Stephanie           .203      29   24   59    17   12   2      0         2     12     20     .339   10   3        13       0     .347   0     3        3      4     12    1     0   1.000
JENKINS, Shaylyn             .182      14   8    22    11   4    1      0         2     5      11     .500   8    1        10       0     .419   0     0        1      1     24    5     0   1.000
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NIX, Whitney                 .263      22   4    19    9    5    1      0         1     7      9      .474   1    0        7        0     .300   0     0        2      2     5     1     0   1.000
OLANDER, Erin                .167      12   5    18    0    3    0      0         0     1      3      .167   4    0        9        0     .318   0     0        0      0     0     0     0   .000
TRICE, Christina             .000      4    1    7     0    0    0      0         0     1      0      .000   0    0        2        0     .000   0     0        0      0     9     9     1   .947
TOKUNAGA, Brittany           .000      8    1    6     2    0    0      0         0     2      0      .000   2    0        4        0     .250   0     0        0      0     8     0     1   .889
Totals                       .293      32   32   842   180 247 57       3         37    163    421 .500      105 22        164 1          .384   5     20       35     44    614   220   44 .950
Opponents                    .184      32   32   750   109 138 26       1         11    88     199 .265      137 16        246 3          .321   4     19       49     58    608   226   41 .953
LOB - Team (207), Opp (205). DPs turned - Team (5), Opp (8). CI - Team (1), WILLING 1. IBB - Team (6), QUIOCHO 5, PURCELL 1.



SEASON PITCHING STATS
Player                       ERA       W    L    APP GS CG       SHO CBO SV            IP      H       R     ER   BB       SO       2B    3B     HR    AB       B/Avg WP     HBP BK      SFA SHA
TRICE, Christina             1.09      8    4    21    11   5    2      2    0         89.2    47      27    14   47       130 9          0      3     307      .153   8     4     1     2   8
AFFLECK, Paige               1.76      5    2    16    9    4    2      1    0         47.2    34      30    12   34       57       5     0      1     185      .184   13    4     0     2   2
ZINANTI, Christie            3.64      7    6    17    12   5    1      1    0         65.1    54      47    34   53       57       11    1      7     249      .217   5     8     0     0   8
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GONZALES, Monica             8.40      0    0    1     0    0    0      0    0         1.2     2       2     2    2        2        1     0      0     7        .286   0     0     0     0   0
SNOW, Daniela                63.00     0    0    1     0    0    0      0    0         0.1     1       3     3    1        0        0     0      0     2        .500   0     0     0     0   1
Totals                       2.22      20   12   32    32   14   7      2    0         204.2   138     109   65   137      246 26         1      11    750      .184   26    16    1     4   19
Opponents                    4.90      12   20   32    32   15   2      0    4         202.2   247     179   142 105       164 57         3      37    842      .293   26    22    2     5   20
PB - Team (18), WILLING 9, PURCELL 7, JENKINS 2, Opp (2). Pickoffs - Team (1), PURCELL 1. SBA/ATT - WILLING (28-34), TRICE
(20-25), ZINANTI (15-17), AFFLECK (14-16), PURCELL (13-15), JENKINS (5-6), TOKUNAGA (3-3).
2008 SEASOn RESuLTS
Record: 20-12
DATE                 OPPOnEnT                               LOCATIOn                   WInnInG PITCHER                  LOSInG PITCHER                RESuLTS
FEB 7                Southern Utah %                        St. George, UT             Gwyn Trice, 1-0                  Kristina Brooks, 0-1          W 4-1
FEB 8                Northern Colorado %                    St. George, UT             Zinanti, 1-0                     Kelli Henderson, 0-1          W 11-1
                     Wisconsin %                            St. George, UT             Gwyn Trice, 2-0                  Leah Vanevenhoven, 0-1        W 3-1
FEB 9                Rhode Island %                         St. George, UT             Affleck, 1-0                     Jill Anderson, 0-1            W 9-3
                     Loyola Marymount %                     St. George, UT             Zinanti, 2-0                     Melissa Dykema, 2-1           W 10-0
FEB 14               Northwestern State^                    Las Vegas, NV              Affleck, 2-0                     Dornelas, 0-2                 W 14-0
FEB 15               No. 9 Oklahoma^                        Las Vegas, NV              D.J. Mathis, 4-0                 Zinanti, 2-1                  L 8-5
                     Missouri^                              Las Vegas, NV              Gwyn Trice, 3-0                  Bruck, 0-1                    W 4-0
FEB 16               Kansas^                                Las Vegas, NV              Vertelka, 5-0                    Affleck, 2-1                  L 5-3
                     San Jose State^                        Las Vegas, NV              Deanna Mauer, 5-2                Zinanti, 2-1                  L 3-2
FEB 21               No. 5 Tennessee@                       Knoxville, TN              Ashlyn Ward, 7-1                 Gwyn Trice, 3-1               L 8-2
FEB 22               Louisiana-Monroe@                      Knoxville, TN              Kandace Causey, 3-1              Zinanti, 2-3                  L 4-2
                     Wagner@                                Knoxville, TN              Affleck, 3-1                     Heather Ochoa, 0-1            W 10-0
FEB 23               Virginia@                              Knoxville, TN              Gwyn Trice, 4-1                  Whitney Holstun, 0-3          W 5-1
FEB 29               Drake+                                 Tempe, AZ                  Zinanti, 3-3                     Dordel                        W 2-1
                     Creighton+                             Tempe, AZ                  Gwyn Trice, 5-1                  Hess, 2-2                     W 1-0
March 1              Creighton+                             Tempe, AZ                  Oltmanm                          Affleck, 3-2                  L 10-1
                     No. 2 Arizona State+                   Tempe, AZ                  Katie Burkhart                   Gwyn Trice, 5-2               L 8-2
March 7              Illinois!                              College Station, TX        Gwyn-Trice, 6-2                  DeVreese, 9-6                 W 10-0
                     No. 3 Texas A&M!                       College Station, TX        Kliesing, 7-1                    Zinanti, 3-4                  L 3-1
March 8              Illinois!                              College Station, TX        Wright, 3-4                      Gwyn Trice, 6-3               L 14-5
                     Louisiana Lafayette                    College Station, TX        Cuevas, 2-1                      Zinanti, 3-5                  L 7-4
March 14             Nebraska $                             Las Vegas, NV              Hupp, 5-3                        Zinanti, 3-6                  L 2-0
March 15             Nebraska $                             Las Vegas, NV              Affleck, 4-2                     Hill, 3-3                     W 2-1
March 17             South Dakota State                     PROVO, UT                  Zinanti, 4-6                     Marston, 6-13                 W 8-0
March 18             Utah State                             PROVO, UT                  Zinanit, 5-6                     Landon, 0-2                   W 15-4
March 20             Princeton #                            Stanford, CA               Zinatni 6-6                      Lettire, 1-2                  W 6-1
March 21             East Carolina #                        Stanford, CA               Gwyn-Trice, 7-3                  Howell, 4-2                   W 7-6
March 22             No.5 Stanford                          Stanford, CA               Penns, 19-1                      Gwyn-Trice, 7-4               L 2-0
                     Wisconsin                              Stanford, CA               Gwyn-Trice, 8-4                  Vanevenhoven, 3-10            W 4-3
March 25             SUU                                    Cedar City, UT             Affleck, 5-2                     Wilson, 0-3                   W 9-3
                     SUU                                    Cedar City, UT             Zinanti, 7-6                     Wilson, 0-4                   W 19-9
% Red Desert Classic, ^ Louisville Slugger Classic, @ Tennessee Classic, ! 2008 Aggie Classic, $ UNLV Round Robin, # Stanford Invitational II

								
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