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2011 UCLA BRUINS SOFTBALL

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									                                                          UCLA SOFTBALL WEEKLY RELEASE • APRIL 27, 2011 • PAGE 1


2011 UCLA BRUINS SOFTBALL
      SOFTBALL CONTACT: JAMES YBIERNAS • PHONE: (310) 206-8123 • FAX: (310) 825-8664 • E-MAIL: JAMESY@ATHLETICS.UCLA.EDU • WWW.UCLABRUINS.COM


   2011 UCLA SCHEDULE AND RESULTS                               GAMES 42-44 • AT #9 CALIFORNIA • APRIL 29-MAY 1 • BERKELEY, CALIF.
OVERALL: 31-10           PAC-10: 7-5
2/11 UTAH STATE 2, A                           W, 19-0 (5)      Friday, April 29
                                                                #8/#11 UCLA at #10/#9 California                           3 p.m.
2/11 NORTH DAKOTA STATE 2                           W, 7-0
2/12 NORTH DAKOTA STATE 2, A                   W, 15-2 (5)      Saturday, April 30
2/12 UCF 2                                     W, 10-2 (5)      #8/#11 UCLA at #10/#9 California                           1 p.m.
2/13 SAN DIEGO STATE 2, A                           W, 8-2
2/18 vs. Southern Illinois Edwardsville 3        W, 3-2 (9)     Sunday, May 1
2/18 vs. Arkansas 3                                  L, 3-4     #8/#11 UCLA at #10/#9 California                         12 p.m.
2/19 vs. Utah 3                                     W, 6-2
2/19 vs. Portland State 3                           W, 3-0      Gametracker and free live audio available at UCLABruins.com
2/20 vs. Utah State 3                          W, 13-3 (6)
2/23 at Cal State Northridge                     W, 8-0 (5)   EIGHTH-RANKED UCLA TRAVELS TO #9 CAL IN TOP 10 BATTLE                  this season have come in relief. She has two saves this year
                                                              The defending national champion and eighth-ranked Bruins (31-          and five for her career, which is tied for third in UCLA history ...
2/25 vs. #4/#5 Florida 4                             L, 1-4
                                                              10, 7-5 Pac-10) head north to face #9 California (30-9, 7-5 Pac-       after hitting her 10th home run on Thursday, Kellie Fox became
2/25 vs. #6/#6 Oklahoma 4                           W, 3-0
                                                              10) this weekend in Berkeley. Game times are Friday at 3 p.m.,         the fifth UCLA freshman to reach double figures in homers. She
2/26 vs. #8/#10 Tennessee 4                          L, 1-7
                                                              Saturday at 1 p.m. and Sunday at 12 p.m. Gametracker and free          equals the 10 hit by Julie Adams (1996), Claire Sua (2001) and
2/27 vs. Northwestern 4                          W, 5-4 (8)
                                                              live audio will be available at UCLABruins.com.                        Emily Zaplatosch (2003). The UCLA freshman record for homers
2/27 vs. Ohio State 4                             W, 12-5                                                                            is 20 by Stacey Nuveman in 1997 ... junior Katie Schroeder has a
3/4     vs. BYU 5                                   W, 5-2    ON DECK                                                                hit in 17 of her last 21 games. She holds a .394 batting average
3/4     vs. Baylor 5                                 L, 1-5   The Bruins close out their regular-season home schedule next           during that stretch with two homers, 11 RBI and 21 runs scored
3/5     at San Diego State 5                        W, 3-1    weekend against Arizona in a rematch of the 2010 WCWS                  ... freshman Alyssa Tiumalu has hits in four of her last five games.
3/5     vs. Cal Poly 5                              W, 4-0    Championship Series (May 6 at 7 p.m., May 7 at 6 p.m. and May          She hit her seventh and eighth home runs of the season on Friday
3/11 vs. Sacramento State 6                         W, 5-3    8 at 12 p.m.). Large crowds are expected all weekend long, with        and Saturday against Washington ... junior Dani Yudin has hits in
3/11 vs. Long Beach State 6                         W, 7-3    all seating general admission, first-come first-served. Friday’s         seven of her last eight games, producing a single on Thursday, a
3/12 vs. Cal State Fullerton 6                 W, 11-2 (5)    contest will be televised on tape delay on Fox Sports Net. Prior       double on Friday and a single on Saturday ... Kelly Inouye-Perez
3/12 vs. BYU 6                                       L, 4-6   to Saturday’s game, the Bruins will retire the jersey of three-time    earned her 200th-career victory on March 11 against Sacramento
3/13 vs. Saint Mary’s 6                        W, 12-1 (5)    All-American Lisa Longaker in a pre-game ceremony. On Sunday,          State and is 214-59 as the head coach ... the Bruins lost their first
3/24 OHIO A                                      W, 9-1 (5)   UCLA will honor its five seniors before their final regular-season       extra-inning game of the season in four attempts on Saturday and
3/29 UC SANTA BARBARA A                        W, 12-2 (5)    home game. Gametracker and free live audio will be available at        also fell for the first time when leading after the sixth (17-1) and
3/29 UC SANTA BARBARA A                           W, 10-4     UCLABruins.com.                                                        hitting at least two homers in a game (17-1) ... in both UCLA wins
4/1     OREGON STATE 1, A                           W, 6-2                                                                           against Washington, it scored in its first at-bat, running its record
                                                              BRUINS IN THE POLLS                                                    to 21-1 this season when accomplishing the feat and 42-2 over
4/2     OREGON STATE 1, A                        W, 9-1 (6)
                                                              The Bruins moved up three spots to eighth in this week’s USA           the last two years ... UCLA has posted 11 mercy-rule wins, seven
4/3     OREGON STATE 1, A                      W, 12-2 (5)
                                                              Today/NFCA Top 25 poll and jumped two spots to 11th in the             shutouts and 11 comeback victories ... 110 of the Bruins’ 257
4/6     LOYOLA MARYMOUNT                            W, 5-4
                                                              latest ESPN.com/USA Softball rankings. The Bruins tied Arizona         runs have been scored via the home run (42.8 percent of their
4/8     #13/#14 STANFORD 1, A                  W, 6-5 (14)
                                                              for first in the Pac-10 preseason rankings, with each team              runs), including 10 of 12 last weekend and all five on Friday ...
4/9     #13/#14 STANFORD 1, A                        L, 2-6   receiving four first-place votes and 46 points.                         UCLA has three or four homers in a game 10 times this season
4/10 #13/#14 STANFORD 1, A                           L, 1-5                                                                          ... the Bruins have five grand slams (Fox and Yudin 2, Harrison
4/15 at #1/#1 Arizona State 1, A                    W, 4-1    BRUINS ON THE WEB                                                      1), 10 three-run homers, 17 two-run shots and 26 solo bombs ...
4/16 at #1/#1 Arizona State 1, A                     L, 0-2   Gametracker will be available for every game this year at              116 of UCLA’s 257 runs have been scored with two outs (45.1%).
4/17 at #1/#1 Arizona State 1, A                     L, 0-5   UCLABruins.com. In addition, free live audio will be available for     Harrison leads the way with 22 two-out RBI, followed by Fox with
4/21 #9/#10 WASHINGTON 1, A                         W, 4-0    every contest for the remainder of the regular season and the first     21 and Bates with 17 ... the Bruins’ .438 on base percentage is
4/22 #9/#10 WASHINGTON 1, A                         W, 5-2    two rounds of the NCAA Tournament at UCLABruins.com.                   on pace to break the single-season record of .432, which was
4/23 #9/#10 WASHINGTON 1, A                      L, 3-4 (9)                                                                          set last year.
4/29 at #10/#9 California 1                         3 p.m.    NEWS AND NOTES
4/30 at #10/#9 California 1                         1 p.m.    Senior GiOnna DiSalvatore became UCLA’s all-time leader                BRUINS IN THE NATIONAL RANKINGS
5/1     at #10/#9 California 1                    12 p.m.     in doubles with her 60th in the first inning of an April 9 game         Junior Andrea Harrison is in the national Top 50 in five statistical
5/6     #9/#10 ARIZONA 1, A, B                      7 P.M.    against Stanford. The team leader in doubles with 13 had another       categories, ranking 33rd in slugging (.807) and on base
5/7     #9/#10 ARIZONA 1, A                         6 P.M.    one on April 17 at Arizona State to give her 61 for her career ...     percentages (.523), 35th in RBI per game (1.07) and home
5/8     #9/#10 ARIZONA 1, A                       12 P.M.     senior Donna Kerr took a no-hitter into the seventh inning of          runs (13) and 48th in walks per game (0.66). Senior GiOnna
5/12 at #19/#19 Oregon 1, A                         6 p.m.    Thursday’s game against Washington, settling for a one-hitter          DiSalvatore is 35th in doubles per game (0.32) and freshman
                                                              with six strikeouts. She has 12 complete games in which she            Kellie Fox is 39th in RBI per game (1.05). As a team, the Bruins
5/13 at #19/#16 Oregon 1, A                         6 p.m.
                                                              has allowed zero or one hit, tossing a perfect game against Saint      are eighth in homers per game (1.41), 12th in slugging (.545),
5/14 at #19/#16 Oregon 1, A                    11:30 a.m.
                                                              Peter’s (2008), a no-hitter earlier this year versus Utah State        15th in runs per game (6.27), 21st in batting average (.321),
5/20-22                                    NCAA Regionals
                                                              (Feb. 11) and 10 one-hitters ... junior Samantha Camuso made           22nd in doubles per game (1.54) and 39th in earned run average
5/27-29                               NCAA Super Regionals
                                                              her season debut on April 6 against Loyola Marymount. She has          (2.06).
6/2-8                    NCAA Women’s College World Series    started at designated player nine times and at first base once ...
                                                              junior Andrea Harrison leads the Bruins in all three triple crown      BRUINS IN THE PAC-10 RANKINGS
All times Pacific and subject to change                        categories, as well as in slugging, on base and walks. A Top 25        The Bruins are in the top half of the Pac-10 in 10 offensive
HOME GAMES IN BOLD CAPS PLAYED AT EASTON STADIUM              finalist for the USA Softball Player of the Year award, Harrison will   categories, rankings first in sacrifice hits (29) and second in on
# - NFCA/USA Softball Ranking at Time of Game                 wear #18 for the rest of the season to honor her sister Monica,        base percentage (.438) and doubles (63). UCLA is also third in
1 - Pacific-10 Conference Games                                who will not play this year due to an injury ... freshman Talee Snow   home runs (58) and walks (192), tied for third in sacrifice flies (10)
2 - Stacy Winsberg Memorial Tournament (Easton Stadium)       leads the Bruins and all Pac-10 players in sacrifice hits with 10.      and fourth in slugging (.545), runs scored (257), runs batted in
3 - Louisville Slugger Desert Classic (Las Vegas, Nev.)       She has hits in seven of her 12 conference contests ... freshman       (245) and total bases (586). In the circle, UCLA is tied for first with
4 - Cathedral City Classic (Cathedral City, Calif.)           Jessica Hall tossed six innings of shutout ball over two starts last   five saves, second in opposing batting average (.205) and fifth in
5 - Campbell/Cartier Classic (San Diego, Calif.)              weekend, earning a win on Friday. She is tops on the pitching staff    earned run average (2.06) and strikeouts (271). Junior Andrea
6 - Long Beach Marriott Invitational (Lakewood, Calif.)       with 15 victories and 118 2/3 innings pitched ... sophomore B.B.       Harrison is in the Pac-10 Top 10 in eight offensive categories,
A - Games broadcast on UCLABruins.com                         Bates has hits in four straight games after going 3-for-7 (.429)       ranking fourth in slugging (.807), tied for fourth in home runs (13)
B - Game broadcast on Fox Sports Net (Tape Delay)             against Washington. She has 30 career, multiple-hit games and          and tied for fifth in RBI (44). Freshman Talee Snow is first with 10
                                                              13 this season ... all 14 of junior Aleah Macon’s appearances          sacrifice hits, freshman Kellie Fox is tied for second with six sac

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                                                                    bunts and senior Donna Kerr and junior Aleah Macon are tied for          struck out senior Amy Crawford, but sophomore B.B. Bates drew a
      USA TODAY/NFCA POLL (APRIL 26)                                fourth with two saves apiece. The full list of Bruins in the Pac-10      walk to load the bases. Inglesby then issued a free pass to junior
NO.   SCHOOL (1ST VOTES)         RECORD       POINTS     LAST       Top 10 can be found on page five of this release.                         Katie Schroeder, which forced in Lindvall to tie the score at three.
1.    Arizona State (27)           42-5        747          2                                                                                Inglesby would end the inning by inducing freshman Kellie Fox into
2.    Michigan (3)                 42-4        708          1       SCOUTING THE CALIFORNIA GOLDEN BEARS                                     a groundout to short.
3.    Texas                        41-4        692          5       California claimed two of three last weekend against Bay Area              The Huskies took the lead back on another homer in the ninth, as
4.    Georgia                      40-7        634          3       rival Stanford to win its second-straight, Pac-10 series. The            Salling sent one out to right to give the visitors a 4-3 advantage.
5.    Florida                      40-8        618          8
                                                                    Golden Bears swept Oregon the previous weekend, but lost 2-of-3            The Bruins got a one-out single by Harrison in the bottom of
6.    Tennessee                    41-7        607          6
                                                                    to Washington and Arizona State. Cal will close out an 11-game           the ninth, but Inglesby retired Yudin on a double play to end the
7.    Alabama                      42-7        601          4
                                                                    homestand this weekend before traveling for the final two series’         game.
8.    UCLA                        31-10        506         11
9.    Arizona                     36-11        473          7       and plays Santa Clara on Wednesday before entertaining the               Friday - UCLA 5, Washington 2
10.   California                   30-9        470         12       Bruins. The Bears are hitting .284 as a team with 28 home runs             #11 UCLA has scored over 40 percent of its runs via the homer
11.   Washington                   31-8        461          9       and 67 stolen bases, averaging 5.0 runs per game. Three players          this season, but the Bruins made it 100 percent on Friday night,
12.   Missouri                     38-6        442         13       are batting over .300, led by junior Jamia Reid’s .419 average with      as junior Andrea Harrison and sophomore B.B. Bates hit two-run
13.   Stanford                    32-10        415         10       two homers, 13 RBI and 20 stolen bases. Freshman Britt Vonk is           bombs and freshman Alyssa Tiumalu added a solo shot in a 5-2
14.   Nebraska                     32-9        362         14       second with a .404 average and first with 22 steals and 20 walks          victory over #9 Washington at Easton Stadium.
15.   Oklahoma                    34-14        308         15       to go with a homer and 12 RBI, while junior Jace Williams is hitting       The Bruins improve to 31-9 overall and 7-4 in Pac-10 play, while
16.   Oklahoma State              36-11        279         18       .358 with two homers and a team-best 26 RBI. Junior Elia Reid and        the Huskies fall to 30-8 and 5-6 in league action.
17.   Baylor                      35-10        253         16       sophomores Jolene Henderson and Lindsey Ziegenhirt are tied for            Freshman Jessica Hall (15-6) started and tossed four-plus
18.   Kentucky                    35-11        229         20       the team lead with six homers. In the circle, Henderson has pitched      shutout innings, striking out four and allowing two walks and five
19.   Oregon                      33-11        220         21       85 percent of Cal’s innings, leading the nation with a 0.74 earned       hits. Senior Donna Kerr relieved Hall in the fifth inning and tossed
20.   Georgia Tech                 39-8        168         22       run average to go with a 27-6 record and 208 strikeouts in 218           three frames, striking out three and giving up two runs and five
21.   LSU                         31-15        159         23       2/3 innings. Diane Ninemire is in her 24th year at Cal and has a
22.   Texas A&M                   34-13        151         19                                                                                hits to earn her second save of the season. Junior Katie Schroeder
                                                                    record of 1044-505.                                                      posted two hits, as UCLA had seven as a team.
23.   Louisiana-Lafayette          38-9         99         17
24.   Notre Dame                   33-8         82         24                                                                                  For the second straight game, the Bruins scored in the first inning.
                                                                    THE SERIES: BRUINS VS. GOLDEN BEARS                                      Schroeder doubled to left on the first pitch she saw and came
25.   Auburn                      34-14         23         25
                                                                    UCLA holds a 78-22 all-time lead in its series with California, taking   home two outs later on a two-run shot to left-center by Harrison
Others Receiving Votes: Fresno State 19, New Mexico State           2-of-3 last year at Easton Stadium. The Bruins won 4-2 and 3-1 in        on a 2-0 pitch to put the home squad up by two. It was Harrison’s
4, Texas Tech 4, Florida Atlantic 3, Indiana 3, Pacific 3, Tulsa     the first two games, but lost 4-2 in the weekend finale. UCLA is           team-best 13th homer of the season.
3, BYU 1, Illinois State 1, Jacksonville 1, Louisville 1.           27-13 in Berkeley, but dropped a pair in 2009 by scores of 7-6 and         Hall got out of a jam in the second, as the Huskies loaded the
                                                                    9-5. The Bruins’ last win at Cal was a 7-2 triumph in 2008.              bases with one out on a Morgan Stuart single, a Shawna Wright
   ESPN.COM/USA SB POLL (APRIL 26)                                  RECAPPING LAST WEEKEND’S ACTION
                                                                                                                                             walk and a Maggie Wagner infield hit. But Hall struck out Whitney
NO.   SCHOOL (1ST VOTES)         RECORD       POINTS     LAST                                                                                Jones and then got Kimi Pohlman to ground out to first, with junior
                                                                    Saturday - Washington 4, UCLA 3 (9 innings)                              Dani Yudin diving towards the bag and tapping it with her glove to
1.    Arizona State (20)           42-5        500          2
2.    Michigan                     42-4        461          1         11th-ranked UCLA dropped its first contest this year when leading       record the final out.
3.    Texas                        41-4        451          6       after the sixth inning, as #9 Washington rallied to tie the game
                                                                                                                                               UCLA added another run in the third, again with two outs, as
4.    Georgia                      40-7        414          4       in the seventh, going on to win it in the ninth by a score of 4-3
                                                                                                                                             Tiumalu jacked the first pitch she saw over the wall in right for her
5.    Tennessee                    41-7        410          4       on Saturday at Easton Stadium. Senior GiOnna DiSalvatore and
                                                                                                                                             seventh homer of the season to make it 3-0.
6.    Alabama                      42-7        409          3       freshman Alyssa Tiumalu each hit home runs for the Bruins.
                                                                                                                                               After leaving two more in the fourth and another in the fifth, the
7.    Florida                      40-8        397          9         UCLA falls to 31-10 overall and 7-5 in Pac-10 play, while
                                                                                                                                             Huskies left the bases loaded again in the sixth. With one out,
8.    Missouri                     38-6        369          8       Washington improves to 31-8 and 6-6 in league action.
                                                                                                                                             Washington recorded three straight singles by Kaitlin Ingelsby,
9.    California                   30-9        326         12         Junior Andrea Harrison had a pair of hits for the Bruins, who had
                                                                                                                                             Wright and Wagner. But Kerr struck out Jenna Clifton and Pohlman
10.   Arizona                     36-11        313          7       seven as a team. Senior Donna Kerr (12-4) pitched seven innings
11.   UCLA                        31-10        306         13                                                                                to end the threat.
                                                                    of relief, striking out five and allowing four runs (three earned), six
12.   Washington                   31-8        282         10                                                                                  The Bruins added some insurance runs in the bottom of the sixth.
                                                                    hits and three walks. Freshman Jessica Hall started and tossed
13.   Stanford                    32-10        271         11                                                                                With one out, freshman Talee Snow reached on an infield single to
                                                                    two-plus frames of shutout ball, fanning two and giving up three
14.   Oklahoma                    34-14        218         15                                                                                shortstop and Bates drove the first pitch she saw over the fence in
                                                                    hits and a walk.
15.   Kentucky                    35-11        192         16                                                                                left-center for her eighth homer of the season to make it 5-0.
                                                                      The Huskies had the first scoring chance of the game in the
16.   Oregon                      33-11        167         19                                                                                  The Huskies broke their weekend scoreless streak in the seventh
                                                                    second but were turned away. Morgan Stuart reached on a one-out
17.   Baylor                      35-10        166         14                                                                                when Niki Williams hit a two-run homer with one out to cut the
                                                                    walk, Kaitlin Inglesby singled, and one out later, Maggie Wagner
17.   Oklahoma State              36-11        166         20                                                                                deficit to 5-2. But Kerr retired Stuart and Inglesby on back-to-back
                                                                    reached on a bunt single to load the bases. But Hall struck out
19.   Nebraska                     32-9        162         18                                                                                groundouts to third to end the game.
20.   Georgia Tech                 39-8        145         22       Victoria Hayward to end the threat.
                                                                                                                                             Thursday - UCLA 4, Washington 0
21.   Texas A&M                   34-13         92         21         After leaving a pair on base in both the first and second innings,
                                                                                                                                               Senior Donna Kerr tossed a gem on Thursday night, allowing only
22.   Notre Dame                   33-8         80         23       the Bruins broke through in the third on one swing of the bat. With
                                                                                                                                             a bunt single in the top of the seventh inning while striking out six,
23.   LSU                         31-15         70         24       one down, DiSalvatore belted a 1-0 pitch over the wall in right field
                                                                    for her fourth homer of the season to make it 1-0 UCLA.                  and received run support by way of a three-run homer by freshman
24.   Louisiana-Lafayette          38-9         48         17
                                                                      Washington got on the board in the top of the fourth. Stuart was       Kellie Fox, as the 11th-ranked Bruins blanked #9 Washington 4-0
25.   Fresno State                29-11         36         25
                                                                    hit by a pitch to lead off the inning, moved to second on a wild pitch   at Easton Stadium.
Others Receiving Votes: Indiana 15, Maryland 15, Houston 7,         and scored on a double down the left-field line by Inglesby to even         The Bruins improve to 30-9 and 6-4 in Pac-10 play, while the
BYU 4, Iowa 4, Auburn 3, New Mexico State 3, Texas Tech 3,          the score at one.                                                        Huskies fall to 30-7 and 5-5 in league action.
Tulsa 2, Louisville 1, San Diego State 1.                             In the bottom of the sixth, the Bruins re-took the lead, as Tiumalu      Kerr (12-3) was masterful, as the only Husky to reach base was
                                                                    launched the first pitch of the inning off the scoreboard in left to      Jenn Salling, who walked in the first inning and laid down a bunt
Bold indicates 2011 UCLA opponents                                  put UCLA up 2-1. It was Tiumalu’s eighth homer of the season.            single to open up the top of the seventh. After the free pass in the
                                                                      The Huskies rallied though with two outs in the seventh. Kimi          opening frame, Kerr retired 17 in a row, striking out a pair in the
UCLA IN NFCA POLL               UCLA IN USASB POLL                  Pohlman reached on an error by DiSalvatore at third and came all         fifth and sixth innings. Fox had two of the Bruins’ six hits.
1 (738 pts - 27 1st votes) PRE 2 (462 pts - 10 1st votes)           the way around to score on a double to right-center by Jenn Salling        The Bruins scored in their first at-bat. Junior Katie Schroeder led
1 (742 pts - 29 1st votes) FEB. 15 1 (484 pts - 13 1st votes)       to knot the score at two.                                                off with a slap single to shortstop and moved to second on a wild
2 (702 pts - 10 1st votes) FEB. 22 T3 (452 pts - 2 1st votes)         Washington took its first lead of the weekend in the top of the         pitch. Fox followed with a single up the middle, with Schroeder
6 (591 pts)               MARCH 1                 9 (360 pts)       eighth when Inglesby hit a home run to straightaway center to give       stopping at third, but when the ball got by Kimi Pohlman in center,
9 (518 pts)               MARCH 8                10 (307 pts)       the visitors a 3-2 edge.                                                 Schroeder resumed running and came home to score the game’s
8 (517 pts)               MARCH 15            T-11 (280 pts)          In the bottom of the eighth, the Bruins had a single and received      first run.
7 (529 pts)               MARCH 22            T-13 (273 pts)                                                                                   In the fifth, UCLA tacked on three more runs. With one out and
                                                                    three walks to tie the game. Junior Dani Yudin lined a leadoff single
7 (555 pts)               MARCH 29              13 (259 pts)
                                                                    to center and was pinch-run for by sophomore Devon Lindvall, who         freshman Talee Snow at first after tapping into a fielder’s choice
6 (592 pts)                APRIL 5              10 (304 pts)
                                                                    moved to second on a walk to Tiumalu, who was pinch-run for by           groundout, sophomore B.B. Bates singled through the left side to
9 (507 pts)               APRIL 12              11 (281 pts)
11 (459 pts)              APRIL 19              13 (256 pts)        junior Marti Reed. Both Lindvall and Reed then moved up a base           put a pair of runners on. One out later, Fox skied a 3-2 pitch over
8 (506 pts)               APRIL 26              11 (306 pts)        on a wild pitch to put runners at third and second with nobody out.      the wall in right-center field to put the Bruins on top 4-0. It was the
                                                                    Inglesby would retire junior Samantha Camuso on a groundout and          freshman’s 10th homer of the season.

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                                                                  UCLA SOFTBALL WEEKLY RELEASE • APRIL 27, 2011 • PAGE 3

HARRISON TOP 25 FINALIST FOR USA SOFTBALL POY AWARD                     fifth, scoring a run in the fourth.
Junior Andrea Harrison has been named a Top 25 finalist for the          On Saturday in the middle game, Harrison added two more hits                   2011 UCLA SOFTBALL QUICK FACTS
USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year Award, as announced by       and scored three times. The junior walked and scored in the first         Location                                     Los Angeles, Calif.
the Amateur Softball Association of America (ASA) on April 13.          inning and singled and scored in the third. She led off the fifth with    Mailing Address                             J.D. Morgan Center
The award, which is considered the most prestigious honor in            a double and came around to score another run.                                          325 Westwood Plaza, Los Angeles, CA 90095
Division I women’s collegiate softball, is designed to recognize        In the weekend finale on Sunday, Harrison had a grand ending to a         Founded                                                     1919
outstanding athletic achievement by female collegiate softball          wonderful series. She got the Bruins on the board in the first inning
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players across the country. Past winners of the award include           with an RBI single and followed that with a scoring fly ball in the
                                                                                                                                                 Nickname                                                   Bruins
former Bruin great Stacey Nuveman. Megan Langenfeld, the most           second. After the junior walked in the fourth, Harrison capped off
Outstanding Player of the Women’s College World Series in 2010,         the weekend with a walk-off, grand slam in the bottom of the fifth        Colors                                             Blue and Gold
was a top three finalist a year ago.                                     to give the Bruins a 12-2 victory.                                       Conference                                              Pacific-10
The Top 25 list represents 17 schools and six different conferences.    The six-RBI effort on Sunday was a historic performance for              Chancellor                                        Dr. Gene Block
The list is comprised of nine seniors, six juniors, nine sophomores     Harrison, who not only became the 14th Bruin to drive in a half a        Athletic Director                                   Dan Guerrero
and one freshman. The 2011 USA Softball Collegiate Player of the        dozen in a game, but became the first player to do it three times         Senior Associate A.D./SWA                            Petrina Long
Year will be chosen from the 25 finalists.                               at UCLA.                                                                 Faculty Athletic Representative                Donald Morrison
Just days before the start of postseason play, a list of 10 finalists    Harrison leads the Bruins in all three triple-crown categories with      Home Field                                       Easton Stadium
will be named and released on May 11. The final three finalists           a .432 batting average, 10 home runs and 38 runs batted in. She
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will be announced May 25 while the winner of the 2011 USA               is also first in slugging (.886) and on base percentage (.557). The
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Softball Collegiate Player of the Year Award will be announced prior    junior has raised her batting average 173 points over her last 11
to the start of the 2011 NCAA Women’s College World Series in           contests.                                                                Head Coach Kelly Inouye-Perez, 5th Yr as HC, 18th Overall
Oklahoma City.                                                          Harrison was named Pac-10 POW for the first time this season on           Alma Mater                                           UCLA, 1993
                                                                        March 15 after she hit .750 with 10 RBI, five runs, two homers and        Career Record                                      214-59 (.784)
HARRISON NAMED PAC-10 POW FOR SECOND TIME IN 2011                       five doubles at the Long Beach Marriott Invitational.                     Assistant Coach Lisa Fernandez (UCLA, 1995), 13th Year
Junior Andrea Harrison has been named Pacific-10 Conference              Her award is the third for the Bruins this season. Freshman Alyssa       Assistant Coach Gina Vecchione (UCLA, 1984), 12th Year
Player of the Week (April 12) for the second time in three weeks        Tiumalu received the accolade on March 1. Harrison is now a              Volunteer Coach         Andrea Duran (UCLA, 2006), 1st Year
after a fantastic five-game effort that saw her hit .833 with nine       three-time, Pac-10 Player of the Week honoree after also earning
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runs batted in, eight runs scored and two home runs.                    the award on May 3, 2010. The Bruins have 64 Pac-10 POW
                                                                                                                                                 2010 Record                                                50-11
Harrison had 10 hits in 12 at-bats to help the Bruins to a 5-0 record   awards all-time.
during the week. The junior slugged 1.500 for the five games and                                                                                  2010 Pacific-10 Conference Record                       14-7 (2nd)
had an .842 on base percentage. She added a pair of doubles,            ALYSSA TIUMALU NAMED PAC-10 PLAYER OF THE WEEK                           2010 Postseason                     10-0 (National Champions)
four walks and was hit twice. Defensively, Harrison did not commit      Freshman Alyssa Tiumalu was named Pacific-10 Conference Player            2010 Final NFCA/USA Softball Rankings                         1/1
an error in 22 chances between her time at first base and in left        of the Week on March 1 after posting hits in all six games for the       Letterwinners Returning/Lost                                15/5
field.                                                                   Bruins last week, going 10-for-16 (.625) with two home runs, five         Position Starters (including DP) Returning/Lost               6/3
In Wednesday’s doubleheader against UC Santa Barbara, Harrison          RBI and five runs scored in helping UCLA to a 4-2 record.                 Pitchers Returning/Lost                                       3/2
scored twice in the opener, walking once and also getting hit           Tiumalu began the week at Cal State Northridge on Wednesday,             Newcomers                                                       4
by a pitch. In the nightcap, the junior reached in all four plate       reaching in all three plate appearances on a double, a walk and
                                                                                                                                                 All-Time Record                             1,552-351-4 (.815)
appearances. After getting hit and walked in her first two trips to      a hit by pitch. She also scored a run. Then against some of the
the dish, Harrison launched a three-run homer off the fair pole in      toughest competition in the nation at the Cathedral City Classic         All-Time NCAA Record                        1,391-296-4 (.824)
right field in the fourth inning to give the Bruins an 8-3 lead. She     last weekend, Tiumalu had nine hits in 15 at-bats (.600).                National Championships                            12 (AIAW - ‘78)
would go on to single in her final at-bat in the sixth.                  Tiumalu extended her hitting streak to 11 with hits in every game           (NCAA - ‘82, ‘84, ‘85, ‘88, ‘89, ‘90, ‘92, ‘99, ‘03, ‘04, ‘10)
In Friday’s Pac-10 opener against Oregon State, Harrison posted         last week and hit her first two collegiate home runs, including a         All-Time NCAA Postseason Record                    174-40 (.813)
her second-career, four-hit game. After doubling in the first inning,    walk-off shot in a victory on Sunday against Northwestern.               Pacific-10 Conference Championships                              9
she singled in three successive at-bats from the third through the      The weekend began against #4 Florida on Friday, as Tiumalu went                              (‘88, ‘89, ‘90, ‘91, ‘93, ‘99, ‘02, ‘06, ‘09)
                                                                                                                                                 All-Time Pacific-10 Conference Record             390-137 (.740)
2011 UCLA SOFTBALL ROSTER                                                                                                                        Associate A.D./Sports Information Director Marc Dellins
NO      NAME                          POS           HT         B/T      YR        EXP        HOMETOWN (HIGH SCHOOL/LAST SCHOOL)
                                                                                                                                                 Softball Sports Information Director             James Ybiernas
3       GiOnna DiSalvatore             INF         5-9         L/R      SR         3V        Palm Harbor, Fla. (Countryside HS)
4       Marti Reed                    UTIL         5-8         R/R      JR         2V        Long Beach, Calif. (Wilson HS)                      Ybiernas’ Office Phone                           (310) 206-8123
5       Donna Kerr                      P          5-7         R/R      SR         3V        San Diego, Calif. (Patrick Henry HS)                Ybiernas’ Cell Phone                            (818) 635-8873
7       Samantha Camuso               UTIL         5-7         L/R      JR         2V        Redding, Calif. (Foothill HS)                       Ybiernas’ E-mail                     jamesy@athletics.ucla.edu
8/18    Andrea Harrison                 OF         5-7         L/L      JR         2V        Garden Grove, Calif. (Pacifica HS)                   Sports Information Fax                          (310) 825-8664
9       Talee Snow                     INF         5-5         R/R      FR        HS         Chino Hills, Calif. (Chino Hills HS)
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13      Destiny Rodino                  P          5-10        L/L      SO         1V        Valencia, Calif. (Hart HS)
15      Jessica Hall                  P/1B         5-9         R/L      FR        HS         Chino Hills, Calif. (Ayala HS)
18      Monica Harrison                INF         5-4         R/R      SR         3V        Garden Grove, Calif. (Pacifica HS)                           MEDIA GUIDELINES AND POLICIES
19      B.B. Bates                      OF         5-7         L/R      SO         1V        Victorville, Calif. (Victor Valley HS)              Credentials: Media and photography credentials for home
20      Brooke Finley                   C          5-7         R/R      JR         2V        San Diego, Calif. (Cathedral Catholic HS)
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21      Grace Murray                  UTIL         5-4         R/R      SR         3V        Lakewood, Calif. (Gahr HS)
23      Amy Crawford                  UTIL         5-9         R/R      SR         3V        Pleasanton, Calif. (Foothill HS)                    Assistant Sports Information Director James Ybiernas at the
24      Aleah Macon                     P          5-9         R/R      JR         1V        Upland, Calif. (Upland HS/Washington)               phone numbers or e-mail address above. All requests should
27      Kellie Fox                     INF         5-10        R/R      FR        HS         San Diego, Calif. (Mt. Carmel HS)                   be submitted at least 24 hours in advance. Credentials can
29      Katie Schroeder                 OF         5-10        L/R      JR         2V        Yorba Linda, Calif. (Esperanza HS)                  be picked up at the entrance to Easton Stadium.
34      Alyssa Tiumalu                  C          5-4         R/R      FR        HS         Elk Grove, Calif. (Pleasant Grove HS)
42      Devon Lindvall                  OF         5-5         R/R      SO         1V        Stevenson Ranch, Calif. (Hart HS)
                                                                                                                                                 Interviews: All interviews must be arranged through the
44      Dani Yudin                    C/1B         5-7         L/R      JR         2V        Coto de Caza, Calif. (Tesoro HS)
                                                                                                                                                 UCLA Sports Information Office. Student-athletes have
Head Coach: Kelly Inouye-Perez, 5th Year as Head Coach, 18th Year at UCLA (UCLA, 1993)                                                           been instructed not to grant any interviews, in person or by
Assistant Coach: Lisa Fernandez, 13th Year (UCLA, 1995)                                                                                          telephone, not arranged by the Sports Information Office.
Assistant Coach: Gina Vecchione, 12th Year (UCLA, 1984)                                                                                          Telephone numbers are private and will not be released.
Volunteer Assistant Coach: Andrea Duran, 1st Year (UCLA, 2006)
                                                                                                                                                 Please do not expect student-athletes to be available if you
                                                                                                                                                 have not made prior arrangements. Players and coaches are
PRONUNCIATION GUIDE                                                     Destiny Rodino                                            roe-dee-no
Samantha Camuso                                           ca-moo-so     Katie Schroeder                                            schro-der     available before or after practice depending on availability.
GiOnna DiSalvatore                               g-onna d-sal-va-tor    Talee Snow                                                     tay-lee   Practice is generally from 1:15 p.m. to 4:15 p.m. at Easton
Andrea Harrison                                          ON-dray-uh     Alyssa Tiumalu                               uh-liss-uh t-u-mall-ooh     Stadium. Interviews during different times will require
Donna Kerr                                          rhymes with fur     Dani Yudin                                                      yu-din   advance planning. If you would like to reach a member of
Devon Lindvall                                                dev-in    Kelly Inouye-Perez                                          in-no-way    the UCLA softball team on the road, contact James Ybiernas.
Aleah Macon                                       uh-lee-uh may-kin     Gina Vecchione                                        vetch-e-o-nee

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                                                               2-for-3 and accounted for the Bruins’ lone run on her first collegiate
                CLIMBING THE CHARTS                            homer, a solo shot in the second. In the nightcap against #6 Oklahoma,        2011 UCLA SOFTBALL’S RECORD ...
                                                               the freshman had another two-hit game, adding a run scored and a         OVE RA LL:                                          31-10
RUNS SCORED
                                                               walk to reach in all three of her plate appearances.                     At Home/On Road/At Neutral Sites:          15-3/3-2/13-5
4.     Andrea Duran                                   172                                                                               vs. Ranked Teams:                                     5-7
                                                               After recording a single versus #8 Tennessee on Saturday, Tiumalu
5.     GiOnna DiSalvatore                             166                                                                               vs. Left-Handed/Right-Handed Starters:           5-1/26-9
                                                               had quite the encore to end the weekend on Sunday. Against               On Tuesdays/Wednesdays/Thursdays:             2-0/2-0/2-0
                                                               Northwestern, the freshman posted her second, walk-off hit in as         On Fridays:                                          11-3
HITS                                                           many weekends, belting a two-run homer in the bottom of the eighth       On Saturdays:                                         8-5
                                                               inning to propel the Bruins to a 5-4 victory. In the second game on      On Sundays:                                           6-2
7.     Yvonne Gutierrez                               261                                                                               In February/In March/In April:             13-3/10-2/8-5
                                                               Sunday against Ohio State, Tiumalu notched her first three-hit game
8.     GiOnna DiSalvatore                             251      on three singles, adding a pair of RBI and scoring a run.                In 1-Run Games:                                       4-2
                                                                                                                                        In 2-Run Games:                                       2-2
                                                               Tiumalu slugged 1.062 for the week and had a .684 on base
                                                                                                                                        In 5+ Run Games:                                     15-2
DOUBLES                                                        percentage. She also did not commit an error in 46 attempts behind       In Day Games (before 5 p.m.):                        18-6
                                                               the plate. On the season, she leads the Bruins with a .457 batting       In Night Games (after 5 p.m.):                       13-4
1.     GiOnna DiSalvatore                              61      average, adding two homers and 10 runs batted in.                        In Extra Innings:                                     3-1
2.     Tairia Mims                                     59                                                                               In Mercy-Rule Games:                                 11-0
                                                                               2011 HOME RUN TRACKER                                    In Shutouts:                                          7-2
                                                               PLAYER (TOTAL) DATE             OPP      ON     INN OUT COUNT            When Scoring First:                                  23-4
HOME RUNS                                                                                                                               When Opponent Scores First:                           8-6
                                                               Hall (1)          2/11          USU       0      3     0       2-1
8.     Megan Langenfeld                                39                                                                               When Scoring in First Inning:                        21-1
                                                               Lindvall (1)      2/11          USU       1      3     0       0-2
                                                                                                                                        When Opponent Scores in First:                        7-3
9.     Andrea Harrison                                 38      A.Harrison (1)    2/11          USU       1      4     2       3-2       When Hitting 0 Home Runs:                             8-7
                                                               Yudin (1)         2/11          USU       2      5     2       2-1       When Hitting 1 Home Run:                              6-2
                                                               Hall (2)          2/11         NDSU       1      6     1       1-1       When Hitting 2+ Home Runs:                           17-1
RUNS BATTED IN                                                 Fox (1)           2/11         NDSU       0      6     1       1-0       When Opponent Hits 0 Home Runs:                      24-3
7.     Alleah Poulson                                 165      Crawford (1)      2/12          UCF       0      4     0       3-2       When Opponent Hits 1 Home Run:                        7-4
                                                               Fox (2)           2/12          UCF       2      5     2       2-2       When Opponent Hits 2+ Home Runs:                      0-3
8.     GiOnna DiSalvatore                             163
                                                               Bates (1)         2/12          UCF       2      5     2       1-0       When Making 0 Errors:                                14-5
                                                               A.Harrison (2)    2/13         SDSU       2      5     1       1-1       When Making 1 Error:                                  6-3
                                                               A.Harrison (3)    2/13         SDSU       1      6     2       0-2       When Making 2+ Errors:                               11-2
TOTAL BASES
                                                                                                                                        When Opponent Makes 0 Errors:                        10-4
8.     Jodie Legaspi                                  403      DiSalvatore (1)   2/18         SIUE       0      6     1       2-0
                                                                                                                                        When Opponent Makes 1 Error:                         10-5
                                                               Schroeder (1)     2/19         UTAH       0      1     0       1-2       When Opponent Makes 2+ Errors:                       11-1
9.     GiOnna DiSalvatore                             397      A.Harrison (4)    2/19         UTAH       0      1     2       1-0       When Out-hitting Opponent:                           28-2
                                                               Bates (2)         2/19         UTAH       0      3     0       0-0       When Getting Out-hit by Opponent or Hits are Tied:    3-8
SLUGGING PERCENTAGE                                            Schroeder (2)     2/19         UTAH       0      4     1       0-1

3.     Megan Langenfeld                               .671
                                                               Bates (3)         2/20          USU       0      2     0       3-1                      MULTIPLE-HIT GAMES
                                                               DiSalvatore (2)   2/20          USU       0      2     0       1-1       PLAYER          2     3      4     5+ ‘11 TOT CAREER
4.     Andrea Harrison                                .649     Hall (3)          2/20          USU       0      6     1       1-0       Schroeder      13     1      1      -   15        55
                                                               Bates (4)         2/20          USU       2      6     2       2-1       A.Harrison      8     4      2      -   14        50
                                                               A.Harrison (5)    2/23         CSUN       0      3     1       0-0       DiSalvatore     9     4      -      -   13        72
HIT BY PITCH                                                                                                                            Bates           9     2      2      -   13        30
                                                               Fox (3)           2/23         CSUN       3      4     2       1-0
5.     Kaila Shull                                     20      Tiumalu (1)       2/25          FLA       0      2     1       1-2       Fox             9     1      -      -   10        10
                                                                                                                                        Tiumalu         6     2      -      -    8         8
T6.    Katie Schroeder and Julie Burney                17      Hall (4)           2/27         NW        0      4     1       0-0
                                                                                                                                        Hall            4     -      -      -    4         4
                                                               Tiumalu (2)        2/27         NW        1      8     1       3-1       Yudin          2      -      -      -    2        16
T8.    Andrea Harrison and Kim Wuest                   15
                                                               A.Harrison (6)      3/4         BYU       2      1     1       0-0       Snow            2     -      -      -    2         2
10.    Dani Yudin                                      12      Fox (4)             3/5        SDSU       1      3     1       0-0       Camuso          1     -      -      -    1        33
                                                               Fox (5)             3/5        SDSU       0      5     2       1-2       Lindvall        1     -      -      -    1         2
                                                               Schroeder (3)     3/11         LBSU       0      1     0       0-0       Crawford        1     -      -      -    1         1
ON BASE PERCENTAGE                                                                                                                      Reed           1      -      -      -    1         1
                                                               Schroeder (4)     3/11         LBSU       0      4     0       2-1
3.     Natasha Watley                                 .487     A.Harrison (7)    3/11         LBSU       0      6     0       1-1
4.     Katie Schroeder                                .470     Fox (6)           3/12          BYU       2      6     1       0-0                     MULTIPLE-RBI GAMES
                                                               A.Harrison (8)    3/13         SMC        2      3     2       3-2       PLAYER          2     3      4     5+ ‘11 TOT CAREER
                                                               Bates (5)         3/13         SMC        1      4     2       3-1       Fox             3     5      2      -   10        10
STOLEN BASES                                                                                                                            A.Harrison      1     3      2     3     9        35
                                                               Yudin (2)         3/24         OHIO       3      4     2       0-0
                                                                                                                                        Bates           5     2      2      -    9        18
6.     Monique Mejia                                   40      Tiumalu (3)        3/24        OHIO       0      4     2       0-0
                                                                                                                                        DiSalvatore     5     2      -      -    7        44
                                                               Fox (7)            3/24        OHIO       1      5     0       3-2       Schroeder       6     1      -      -    7        18
7.     Katie Schroeder                                 34
                                                               Yudin (3)         3/29 UCSB-1             3      1     2       3-1       Yudin           2     1      2      -    5        17
                                                               Tiumalu (4)       3/29 UCSB-1             0      3     2       2-0       Snow            5     -      -      -    5         5
WINS                                                           Hall (5)          3/29 UCSB-1             0      3     2       0-0       Tiumalu         5     -      -      -    5         5
9.     Heather Compton                                 67      Bates (6)         3/29 UCSB-1             1      4     0       0-1       Lindvall        2     -      -     1     3         3
                                                               DiSalvatore (3)   3/29 UCSB-2             1      1     1       1-1       Hall            3     -      -      -    3         3
10.    Donna Kerr                                      63      A.Harrison (9)    3/29 UCSB-2             2      4     2       3-1       Crawford        1     -      -      -    1         1
                                                               Crawford (2)      3/29 UCSB-2             1      5     0       0-0       Camuso          -     -      -      -    0        21
APPEARANCES                                                    Fox (8)             4/2         OSU       1      3     0       0-0
                                                               Tiumalu (5)         4/3         OSU       1      3     0       0-0                        HITTING STREAKS
5.     Lisa Longaker                                  113                                                                               PLAYER        ‘11 LONG   CURRENT  CAREER LONG
                                                               A.Harrison (10)    4/3          OSU       3      5     2       2-2
6.     Donna Kerr                                     112                                                                               Tiumalu          12         2          12 (2011)
                                                               Bates (7)           4/6        LMU        0      5     0       1-0       DiSalvatore      10         1    10 (2010/2011)
                                                               A.Harrison (11)     4/8        STAN       1       4    2       1-0       Fox               9         -           9 (2011)
                                                               Tiumalu (6)         4/8        STAN       1       7    1       1-2       Schroeder         8         3          13 (2009)
STRIKEOUTS
                                                               A.Harrison (12)     4/8        STAN       0      14    0       1-1       A.Harrison        7         3          11 (2010)
7.     Lisa Longaker                                  698      Fox (9)           4/15          ASU       3       1    2       3-2       Bates             7         4           9 (2010)
8.     Donna Kerr                                     678      Fox (10)           4/21        WASH       2       5    2       3-2       Snow              5         -           5 (2011)
                                                               A.Harrison (13)   4/22         WASH       1       1    2       2-0       Hall              4         -           4 (2011)
                                                               Tiumalu (7)       4/22         WASH       0       3    2       0-0       Lindvall          4         1           4 (2011)
SAVES                                                          Bates (8)         4/22         WASH       1       6    1       0-0       Yudin             4         3           8 (2010)
                                                                                                                                        Reed              3         -           3 (2011)
2.     Lisa Longaker                                    7      DiSalvatore (4)   4/23         WASH       0       3    1       1-0
                                                                                                                                        Camuso            2         -           8 (2010)
T3.    Aleah Macon, B’Ann Burns and Anjelica Selden     5      Tiumalu (7)       4/23         WASH       0       6    0       0-0       Crawford          1         -           2 (2009)
                                                               Bold - Grand Slams; Italics - Walk-Off Homers (Non Mercy Rule)

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                                                                                               2011 PACIFIC-10 CONFERENCE SOFTBALL STANDINGS
UCLA PAC-10 PLAYERS/PITCHERS OF THE WEEK                                                                CONFERENCE                                                   OVERALL
DATE                                   PLAYER/PITCHER
March 1                           Player - Alyssa Tiumalu                                    W      L       PCT       H         A                W        L        PCT      H            A             N
March 15 and April 5             Player - Andrea Harrison       #1/#1 Arizona State          9      3      .750      2-1       7-2               42      5        .894    31-2          7-2           4-1
                                                                #8/#11 UCLA                  7     5       .583      6-3       1-2               31      10       .756    15-3          3-2          13-5
                                                                #10/#9 California            7     5       .583      6-3       1-2               30       9       .769     7-3          4-3          19-3
UCLA RANKINGS IN THE          PAC-10 (THRU 4/17)
Sacrifice Hits                                     1st (29)      #9/#10 Arizona               7     5       .583      2-4       5-1               36      11       .766    17-6          7-1          12-4
On Base Percentage                            2nd (.438)        #11/#12 Washington           6      6      .500      4-2       2-4               31       8       .795     7-2          9-4          15-2
Doubles                                          2nd (63)       #13/#13 Stanford             6     6       .500      3-3       3-3               33      10       .767    15-5          5-3          13-2
Home Runs                                         3rd (58)      #19/#16 Oregon               5     7       .417      4-2       1-5               33      11       .750     8-2          5-5          20-4
Walks                                           3rd (192)       Oregon State                 1     11      .083      1-2       0-9               18      19       .486     7-2          2-10          9-7
Sacrifice Flies                                  T-3rd (10)
Slugging Percentage                            4th (.545)
Runs Scored                                     4th (257)       THIS WEEK IN THE PAC-10                                          LAST WEEK IN THE PAC-10
Runs Batted In                                  4th (245)       TU E SD A Y , AP RIL 26                                          TU E SD A Y , AP RIL 19
Total Bases                                     4th (586)       #13/#13 Stanford 6, UC Davis 0                                   #10/#11 Stanford 6, Pacific 1
Batting Average                                5th (.321)
Hits                                          T-5th (345)       Wednesday, April 27
Triples                                          T-6th (2)                                                                       Thursday, April 21
                                                                Santa Clara at #10/#9 California                      3 p.m.
Stolen Bases                                      7th (23)                                                                       #11/#13 UCLA 4, #9/#10 Washington 0 1
Fielding Percentage                            7th (.963)                                                                        #12/#12 California 2, #10/#11 Stanford 0 1
Saves                                             T-1st (5)     Friday, April 29
Opposing Batting Average                      2nd (.205)        #8/#11 UCLA at #10/#9 California 1                    3 p.m.     #21/#19 Oregon 7, Oregon State 1 1
Earned Run Average                             5th (2.06)       #11/#12 Washington at #13/#13 Stanford 1              7 p.m.     #2/#2 Arizona State 4, #7/#7 Arizona 0 1
Strikeouts                                      5th (271)       #19/#16 Oregon at #9/#10 Arizona 1                    7 p.m.
                                                                Oregon State at #1/#1 Arizona State 1                 7 p.m.     Friday, April 22
ANDREA HARRISON
Slugging Percentage                            4th (.807)                                                                        #11/#13 UCLA 5, #9/#10 Washington 2 1
                                                                Saturday, April 30
Home Runs                                      T-4th (13)                                                                        #10/#11 Stanford 2, #12/#12 California 1 1
                                                                #8/#11 UCLA at #10/#9 California 1                    1 p.m.
Runs Batted In                                 T-5th (44)                                                                        #21/#19 Oregon 7, Oregon State 4 1
On Base Percentage                             6th (.523)       #11/#12 Washington at #13/#13 Stanford 1              1 p.m.
                                                                #19/#16 Oregon at #9/#10 Arizona 1                    7 p.m.     #2/#2 Arizona State 13, #7/#7 Arizona 10 1
Total Bases                                      6th (96)
Doubles                                        T-7th (10)       Oregon State at #1/#1 Arizona State 1                 7 p.m.
Walks                                            8th (27)                                                                        Saturday, April 23
Hit by Pitch                                     T-8th (6)      Sunday, May 1                                                    #9/#10 Washington 4, #11/#13 UCLA 3 (9 innings) 1
                                                                #8/#11 UCLA at #10/#9 California 1                   12 p.m.     #21/#19 Oregon 8, Oregon State 1 1
KELLIE FOX                                                      #11/#12 Washington at #13/#13 Stanford 1             12 p.m.
Sacrifice Hits                                  T-2nd (6)                                                                         #2/#2 Arizona State 8, #7/#7 Arizona 3 1
                                                                #19/#16 Oregon at #9/#10 Arizona 1                   12 p.m.
Runs Batted In                                  7th (43)                                                                         #12/#12 California 4, #10/#11 Stanford 1 1
                                                                Oregon State at #1/#1 Arizona State 1                12 p.m.
Sacrifice Flies                                  T-7th (2)
Home Runs                                     T-8th (10)                                                                         Home Team Underlined
Walks                                         T-9th (26)        All Times Pacific
Slugging Percentage                          10th (.704)        # - NFCA/USA Softball Ranking                                    # - NFCA/USA Softball Ranking
Total Bases                                  T-10th (81)        1 - Pacific-10 Conference Games                                   1 - Pacific-10 Conference Games

DONNA KERR                                                            GAME-WINNING RBI’S AND RUNS SCORED                         GAME-WINNING RBI
Saves                                            T-4th (2)
Opposing Batting Average                       5th (.194)         GAME (SCORE) RBI          RUN               PLAY (INN)         6 - Fox; 5 - A.Harrison; 4 - Tiumalu; 3 - Bates, Lindvall, Yudin;
Earned Run Average                             6th (1.73)         USU (19-0)  A.Harrison Schroeder          2-Run 1B (1)         2 - Hall; 1 - Crawford, Schroeder, Snow
Strikeouts                                      6th (131)         NDSU (7-0)  A.Harrison    Bates              RBI 1B (1)
Innings Pitched                               9th (117.1)         NDSU (15-2)  Lindvall    Murray              RBI 1B (3)
Wins                                           T-9th (12)                                                                        GAME-WINNING RUNS
                                                                  UCF (10-2)   Crawford   Crawford            Solo HR (4)
                                                                  SDSU (8-2)  A.Harrison DiSalvatore        3-Run HR (5)         6 - Tiumalu; 5 - Bates; 4 - DiSalvatore, A.Harrison, Schroeder;
B.B. BATES
Sacrifice Hits                                    T-5th (5)        SIUE (3-2)   Tiumalu       Fox         Walk-Off 1B (9)         3 - Fox; 2 - Murray; 1 - Crawford, Leroux, Snow
Hits                                          T-10th (48)         UTAH (6-2)    Bates       Bates             Solo HR (3)
Total Bases                                   T-10th (81)         PSU (3-0)       -      Schroeder               Error (3)
                                                                                                                                 UCLA IN THE NATIONAL RANKINGS (THRU 4/24)
                                                                  USU (13-3)   Lindvall   Tiumalu Bases-Loaded BB (1)
GIONNA DISALVATORE                                                                                                               Home Runs Per Game                                        8th (1.41)
Doubles                                        T-5th (13)         CSUN (8-0)   Lindvall   Tiumalu              RBI 1B (2)
Sacrifice Flies                                   T-7th (2)        OKL (3-0)      Hall      Leroux     RBI Groundout (4)          Slugging Percentage                                     12th (.545)
Hits                                          T-10th (48)         NW (5-4)     Tiumalu    Tiumalu Walk-Off 2-Run HR (8)          Runs Per Game                                           15th (6.27)
                                                                  OSU (12-5)   Tiumalu   A.Harrison          2-RBI 1B (2)        Batting Average                                         21st (.321)
JESSICA HALL
Wins                                          T-7th (15)          BYU (5-2)   A.Harrison A.Harrison         3-Run HR (1)         Doubles Per Game                                        22nd (1.54)
Innings Pitched                              8th (118.2)          SDSU (3-1)     Fox         Fox            2-Run HR (3)
                                                                                                                                 Earned Run Average                                      39th (2.06)
Strikeouts                                     10th (98)          CP (4-0)       Fox     DiSalvatore           RBI 1B (1)
                                                                  SAC (5-3)      Hall      Murray              RBI 1B (5)
KATIE SCHROEDER                                                   LBSU (7-3)     Fox        Bates              Sac Fly (4)       ANDREA HARRISON
Doubles                                         T-7th (10)
Hit by Pitch                                     T-8th (6)        CSF (11-2)    Snow      Tiumalu              RBI 1B (2)        Slugging Percentage                                     33rd (.807)
Runs                                          T-10th (38)         SMC (12-1)     Fox        Bates    Fielder’s Choice (1)        On Base Percentage                                      33rd (.523)
                                                                  OHIO (9-1)    Yudin    A.Harrison      Grand Slam (4)
TALEE SNOW                                                                                                                       Runs Batted In Per Game                                 35th (1.07)
                                                                  UCSB (12-2)   Yudin        Fox         Grand Slam (1)
Sacrifice Hits                                    1st (10)         UCSB (10-4)   Bates    Schroeder          2-Run 2B (4)         Home Runs                                               T-35th (13)
Sacrifice Flies                                   T-7th (2)
                                                                  OSU (6-2)   Schroeder   Tiumalu           2-Run 2B (3)         Walks Per Game                                        T-48th (0.66)
AMY CRAWFORD                                                      OSU (9-1)     Yudin    DiSalvatore        2-Run 2B (1)
Hit by Pitch                                     T-8th (6)        OSU (12-2)    Bates       Snow               RBI 1B (2)        GIONNA DISALVATORE
                                                                  LMU (5-4)      Fox        Bates        Walk-Off 1B (7)
ALEAH MACON                                                                                                                      Doubles Per Game                                      T-35th (0.32)
                                                                  STAN (6-5)  A.Harrison A.Harrison     Walk-Off HR (14)
Saves                                            T-4th (2)
                                                                  ASU (4-1)      Fox     DiSalvatore     Grand Slam (1)
ALYSSA TIUMALU                                                    WASH (4-0)      -      Schroeder      Fielding Error (1)       KELLIE FOX
Sacrifice Hits                                    T-8th (4)        WASH (5-2)   Tiumalu    Tiumalu             Solo HR (3)        Runs Batted In Per Game                               T-39th (1.05)


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                                                              2011 UCLA Softball
                                                Overall Statistics for UCLA (as of Apr 23, 2011)
                                                      (All games Sorted by Batting avg)

                                               Record: 31-10 Home: 15-3 Away: 3-2 Neutral: 13-5 Pac-10: 7-5

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%
18 Harrison, Andrea       .395        41-41    119    33    47 10 0 13 44 96 .807 27 6                         15    0    .523     1    1    1-1         105      3       1 .991
27 Fox, Kellie            .374        41-41    115    32    43 8 0 10 43 81 .704 26 1                          14    2    .486     2    6    5-6         59    92         12 .926
 'L6DOYDWRUH *L2QQD     .353        41-41    136    32    48 13 1 4 26 75 .551 17 2                           7    0    .427     2    1    1-2         58    67         7 .947
19 Bates, B.B.            .350        40-40    137    32    48 7 1 8 32 81 .591 10 1                           31    1    .396     1    5    6-7         22       0       2 .917
34 Tiumalu, Alyssa        .343        36-35     99    17    34 5 0 8 20 63 .636 18 2                           27    0    .450     1    4    0-0         190   19         2 .991
29 Schroeder, Katie       .331        41-41    136    38    45 10 0 4 20 67 .493 25 6                          29    0    .455     0    1    5-8         35       1       1 .973
15 Hall, Jessica          .290        27-24     62    10    18 1 0 5 10 34 .548 16 3                           17    0    .457     0    0    0-1         23    31         5 .915
42 Lindvall, Devon        .279        29-19     43    14    12 0 0 1 12 15 .349 10 5                           12    2    .458     1    0    2-2         27       0       2 .931
44 Yudin, Dani            .268        28-28     71     7    19 3 0 3 18 31 .437 24 3                           11    2    .469     0    0    0-0         160      5       0 1.000
 9 Snow, Talee            .261        39-39     69    13    18 4 0 0 14 22 .319 12 2                            7    1    .376     2   10    0-1         56    49         4 .963
23 Crawford, Amy          .211        24-11     19     7     4 1 0 2 4 11 .579 2 6                              8    0    .444     0    1    0-0         74       3       5 .939
 4 Reed, Marti            .158        18-10     38     8     6 1 0 0 2 7 .184 5 1                               9    1    .273     0    0    0-1          2       3       1 .833
 7 Camuso, Samantha       .097        10-10     31     0     3 0 0 0 0 3 .097 0 2                               5    0    .152     0    0    0-0          7       0       0 1.000
24 Macon, Aleah           .000         1-0       1     0     0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0                               1    0    .000     0    0    0-0          0       6       0 1.000
21 Murray, Grace          .000        25-1       0    13     0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0                               0    0    .000     0    0    2-2          0       0       0 .000
Totals                     .3 2 1      41      1076 257 345         63   2 58 245 586            .545 192 40 193      9   .438 10 29         23-33       825 299          43       .9 6 3
Opponents                  .2 0 5      41      1041 106 213         33   6 18     90 312         .300 119 31 271      6   .3 0 4   4 14      32-39       782 302          40       .9 6 4



LOB - Team (311), Opp (281). DPs turned - Team (9), Opp (13). IBB - Team (3), Harrison, A. 2, Tiumalu 1, Opp (2). Picked off
- Tiumalu 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
 5 Kerr, Donna             1.73        12-4     24   18 8 2/1            2 117.1        86        40    29    45 131       9       2 10 .194 8 20 0                            0      6
15 Hall, Jessica           2.24        15-6     25   22 10 3/2           1 118.2        96        47    38    58 98       19       3 4 .214 11 6 0                             2      6
24 Macon, Aleah            2.40         3-0     14    0 0 0/1            2 35.0         28        16    12    15 40        5       1 4 .211 2 4 0                              2      1
13 Rodino, Destiny         3.50         1-0      1    1 0 0/0            0 4.0           3         3     2     1   2       0       0 0 .188 0 1 0                              0      1
Totals                       2 .0 6    31-10    41 41       18     7/2    5     275.0   213       106    81   119   271    33      6    18      .2 0 5    21 31       0        4     14
Opponents                    5 .9 9    10-31    41 41       15     2/0    1     260.2   345       257   223   192   193    63      2    58      .3 2 1    23 40       5 10           29



PB - Team (18), Tiumalu 14, Yudin 4, Opp (8). Pickoffs - Team (1), Tiumalu 1, Opp (1). SBA/ATT - Tiumalu (22-29), Kerr
(15-20), Hall (12-13), Yudin (10-10), Macon (5-6).

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                                                             2011 UCLA Softball
                                              Conference statistics for UCLA (as of Apr 23, 2011)
                                                 (Pac-10 games only Sorted by Batting avg)

                                                            Record: 7-5 Home: 6-3 Away: 1-2 Pac-10: 7-5

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%
18 Harrison, Andrea       .405        12-12    37       8    15      2    0       4 11 29 .784 8 0 7               0    .500   1   0    0-0        30      0       0 1.000
29 Schroeder, Katie       .349        12-12    43       8    15      3    0       0 5 18 .419 5 1 11               0    .429   0   0    1-2        18      1       0 1.000
42 Lindvall, Devon        .333         6-2      3       3     1      0    0       0 1 1 .333 1 1 0                 1    .600   0   0    0-0         1      0       0 1.000
 9 Snow, Talee            .308        12-12    26       3     8      1    0       0 3 9 .346 4 1 1                 1    .419   0   3    0-0        25 19           0 1.000
 'L6DOYDWRUH *L2QQD     .286        12-12    42       7    12      2    0       1 3 17 .405 4 1 1                0    .362   0   0    0-1        16 18           4 .895
44 Yudin, Dani            .273        12-12    33       3     9      3    0       0 4 12 .364 10 1 4               1    .455   0   0    0-0        66      2       0 1.000
19 Bates, B.B.            .250        12-12    40       4    10      0    0       1 5 13 .325 2 1 15               1    .302   0   1    2-2         8      0       0 1.000
34 Tiumalu, Alyssa        .222        12-12    36       6     8      1    0       4 6 21 .583 6 0 12               0    .333   0   1    0-0        67      8       1 .987
27 Fox, Kellie            .206        12-12    34       4     7      0    0       3 11 16 .471 8 0 6               1    .349   1   2    0-0        22 31           0 1.000
15 Hall, Jessica          .167         5-2      6       1     1      0    0       0 0 1 .167 2 1 3                 0    .444   0   0    0-0         0      3       0 1.000
 7 Camuso, Samantha       .071         9-9     28       0     2      0    0       0 0 2 .071 0 2 5                 0    .133   0   0    0-0         7      0       0 1.000
 4 Reed, Marti            .000         2-0      1       0     0      0    0       0 0 0 .000 0 0 1                 0    .000   0   0    0-0         0      0       0 .000
23 Crawford, Amy          .000         3-0      1       2     0      0    0       0 0 0 .000 0 1 1                 0    .500   0   0    0-0         0      0       0 .000
21 Murray, Grace          .000         9-0      0       3     0      0    0       0 0 0 .000 0 0 0                 0    .000   0   0    0-0         0      0       0 .000
Totals                     .267        12     330 52 88 12 0 13 49 139                             .421 50 10 67    5   .378 2 7        3-5        264 94          6 .984
Opponents                  .223        12     332 35 74 12 1 11 34 121                             .364 37 14 73    1   .324 3 3 11-16             256 87 11 .969


LOB - Team (91), Opp (90). DPs turned - Team (1), Opp (6). IBB - Team (2), Tiumalu 1, Harrison, A. 1, Opp (1). Picked off -
Tiumalu 1.

                                                (Pac-10 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
24 Macon, Aleah             2.04 1-0            8 0          0 0/0            1 24.0      20         9    7    6   23    4     0   3 .222           2 2 0 2             1
 5 Kerr, Donna              2.32 4-3           10 7          1 1/0            1 45.1      35        18   15   19   40    3     1   6 .206           3 11 0 0            2
15 Hall, Jessica            3.00 2-2            5 5          0 0/0            0 18.2      19         8    8   12   10    5     0   2 .264           1 1 0 1             0
Totals                       2 .3 9     7-5     12 12         1     1/0       2    88.0    74       35   30   37   73    12    1   11     .2 2 3    6 14       0    3    3
Opponents                    3 .6 9     5-7     12 12         7     2/0       0    85.1    88       52   45   50   67    12    0   13     .2 6 7   10 10       0    2    7


PB - Team (4), Tiumalu 3, Yudin 1, Opp (1). Pickoffs - Team (0), Opp (1). SBA/ATT - Tiumalu (9-14), Kerr (4-7), Macon (5-6),
Hall (2-3), Yudin (2-2).
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                                                       2011 UCLA Softball
                                             Game Results for UCLA (as of Apr 23, 2011)
                                                            (All games)

    Date              Opponent                               Score    Inns     Overall       Pac-10    Pitcher of record      Attend   Time
   ! Feb 11, 2011     UTAH STATE                        W    19-0       5       1-0-0         0-0-0    Kerr (W 1-0)             545    2:03
   ! Feb 11, 2011     NORTH DAKOTA STATE                W     7-0       7       2-0-0         0-0-0    Hall (W 1-0)             545    1:50
   ! Feb 12, 2011     NORTH DAKOTA STATE                W    15-2       5       3-0-0         0-0-0    Kerr (W 2-0)             868    2:05
   ! Feb 12, 2011     UCF                               W    10-2       5       4-0-0         0-0-0    Hall (W 2-0)             868    1:57
   ! Feb 13, 2011     SAN DIEGO STATE                   W     8-2       7       5-0-0         0-0-0    Kerr (W 3-0)             791    2:04
 @ Feb 18, 2011       vs SIU Edwardsville               W     3-2      (9)      6-0-0         0-0-0    Kerr (W 4-0)             486    2:30
 @ Feb 18, 2011       vs Arkansas                        L    3-4       7       6-1-0         0-0-0    Hall (L 2-1)             486    2:12
 @ Feb 19, 2011       vs Utah                           W     6-2       7       7-1-0         0-0-0    Hall (W 3-1)             235    2:21
 @ Feb 19, 2011       vs Portland State                 W     3-0       7       8-1-0         0-0-0    Hall (W 4-1)             100    2:02
 @ Feb 20, 2011       vs Utah State                     W    13-3       6       9-1-0         0-0-0    Hall (W 5-1)             175    2:21
     Feb 23, 2011     at Cal State Northridge           W     8-0       5       10-1-0        0-0-0    Hall (W 6-1)             212    1:29
  # Feb 25, 2011      vs #4 Florida                      L    1-4       7       10-2-0        0-0-0    Hall (L 6-2)             747    1:48
  # Feb 25, 2011      vs #6 Oklahoma                    W     3-0       7       11-2-0        0-0-0    Kerr (W 5-0)             747    2:02
  # Feb 26, 2011      vs #8 Tennessee                    L    1-7       7       11-3-0        0-0-0    Hall (L 6-3)             923    2:11
  # Feb 27, 2011      vs Northwestern                   W     5-4      (8)      12-3-0        0-0-0    Macon (W 1-0)            692    2:22
  # Feb 27, 2011      vs Ohio State                     W    12-5       7       13-3-0        0-0-0    Hall (W 7-3)             747    2:30
  $ Mar 04, 2011      vs BYU                            W     5-2       7       14-3-0        0-0-0    Hall (W 8-3)             433    2:25
  $ Mar 04, 2011      vs Baylor                          L    1-5       7       14-4-0        0-0-0    Kerr (L 5-1)             433    2:09
  $ Mar 05, 2011      at San Diego State                W     3-1       7       15-4-0        0-0-0    Hall (W 9-3)             803    2:13
  $ Mar 05, 2011      vs Cal Poly                       W     4-0       7       16-4-0        0-0-0    Hall (W 10-3)            803    1:55
  % Mar 11, 2011      vs Sacramento State               W     5-3       7       17-4-0        0-0-0    Hall (W 11-3)            214    2:21
  % Mar 11, 2011      vs Long Beach State               W     7-3       7       18-4-0        0-0-0    Kerr (W 6-1)             811    2:10
  % Mar 12, 2011      vs Cal State Fullerton            W    11-2       5       19-4-0        0-0-0    Kerr (W 7-1)             232    1:51
  % Mar 12, 2011      vs BYU                             L    4-6       7       19-5-0        0-0-0    Hall (L 11-4)            232    2:33
  % Mar 13, 2011      vs Saint Mary's                   W    12-1       5       20-5-0        0-0-0    Hall (W 12-4)            246    1:37
     Mar 24, 2011     OHIO                              W     9-1       5       21-5-0        0-0-0    Kerr (W 8-1)             184    1:24
     Mar 29, 2011     UC SANTA BARBARA-1                W    12-2       5       22-5-0        0-0-0    Hall (W 13-4)            162    2:00
     Mar 29, 2011     UC SANTA BARBARA-2                W    10-4       7       23-5-0        0-0-0    Rodino (W 1-0)           162    2:27
   * Apr 01, 2011     OREGON STATE                      W     6-2       7       24-5-0        1-0-0    Kerr (W 9-1)             570    2:09
   * Apr 02, 2011     OREGON STATE                      W     9-1       6       25-5-0        2-0-0    Hall (W 14-4)           1002    2:05
   * Apr 03, 2011     OREGON STATE                      W    12-2       5       26-5-0        3-0-0    Kerr (W 10-1)            578    1:57
     Apr 06, 2011     LOYOLA MARYMOUNT                  W     5-4       7       27-5-0        3-0-0    Macon (W 2-0)            153    1:47
   * Apr 08, 2011     #13 STANFORD                      W     6-5     (14)      28-5-0        4-0-0    Macon (W 3-0)            728    4:02
   * Apr 09, 2011     #13 STANFORD                       L    2-6       7       28-6-0        4-1-0    Hall (L 14-5)            820    2:32
   * Apr 10, 2011     #13 STANFORD                       L    1-5       7       28-7-0        4-2-0    Kerr (L 10-2)            913    2:08
   * Apr 15, 2011     at #1 Arizona State               W     4-1       7       29-7-0        5-2-0    Kerr (W 11-2)           1967    1:49
   * Apr 16, 2011     at #1 Arizona State                L    0-2       7       29-8-0        5-3-0    Hall (L 14-6)           2106    1:43
   * Apr 17, 2011     at #1 Arizona State                L    0-5       7       29-9-0        5-4-0    Kerr (L 11-3)           1790    1:57
   * Apr 21, 2011     #9 WASHINGTON                     W     4-0       7       30-9-0        6-4-0    Kerr (W 12-3)            588    1:48
   * Apr 22, 2011     #9 WASHINGTON                     W     5-2       7       31-9-0        7-4-0    Hall (W 15-6)           1331    2:22
   * Apr 23, 2011     #9 WASHINGTON                      L    3-4      (9)     31-10-0        7-5-0    Kerr (L 12-4)           1246    2:58

! - Stacy Winsberg Memorial Tournament (Easton Stadium)
@ - Louisville Slugger Desert Classic (Las Vegas, Nev.)
# - Cathedral City Classic (Cathedral City, Calif.)
$ - Campbell/Cartier Classic (San Diego, Calif.)
% - Long Beach Marriott Invitational (Long Beach, Calif.)
* - Pacific-10 Conference Game
() extra inning game

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2011 GAME-BY-GAME BOX SCORES                                        Game 8                                     #1/#1 UCLA 6, Utah 2    Game 15                #2/#3 UCLA 5, Northwestern 4 (8 innings)
Game 1                   #1/#2 UCLA 19, Utah State 0 (5 innings)    Sat., Feb. 19 • Stephanie Lynn Craig Park • Henderson, Nev.        Sun., Feb. 27 • Big League Dreams Park • Cathedral City, Calif.
Fri., Feb. 11 • Easton Stadium • Los Angeles, Calif.                                        123 456 7                 R     H    E                             123 456 78                  R    H   E
                        123 45                        R   H    E    Utah (4-5)              000 110 0                 2     9    3     Northwestern (7-5) 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 1                  4   10 0
UCLA (1-0)              404 65                        19 15 2       UCLA (7-1)              202 200 X                 6    12 3        UCLA (12-3)             000 102 02                  5    7   1
Utah State (0-2)        000 00                         0  0    2    Win - Hall (3-1), Loss - Amu (1-2)                                 Win - Macon (1-0), Loss - Albanese (0-1)
Win - Kerr (1-0), Loss - Harmon (0-2)                               HR: Schroeder 2 (2), Bates (2), A.Harrison (4)                     HR: Tiumalu (2), Hall (4), Majam (NW)
HR: A.Harrison (1), Yudin (1), Hall (1), Lindvall (1)               Schroeder: 2-for-3, 2 R, 2 RBI, 1 BB, 2 Solo HR                    Tiumalu: 1-for-3, 1 R, 2 RBI, 1 SAC, 2-Run Walk-Off Homer
Kerr: 5 IP, 0 H, 0 ER, 0 BB, 11 K, 2nd career no-hitter             Bates: 2-for-4, 1 R, 1 RBI, Solo HR                                Kerr: 7 IP, 8 H, 3 ER, 5 BB, 8 K
Lindvall: 2-for-3, 3 R, 5 RBI, 1 HR                                 Hall: 3.1 IP, 6 H, 1 ER, 2 K, 2-for-4                              Hall: 1-for-1, 1 R, 1 RBI, 2 BB, Solo HR
Schroeder: 4-for-4, 4 R, 2 RBI, 3 2B (tied UCLA single-game mark)
                                                                    Game 9                           #1/#1 UCLA 3, Portland State 0    Game 16                             #2/#3 UCLA 12, Ohio State 5
Game 2                       #1/#2 UCLA 7, North Dakota State 0     Sat., Feb. 19 • Stephanie Lynn Craig Park • Henderson, Nev.        Sun., Feb. 27 • Big League Dreams Park • Cathedral City, Calif.
Fri., Feb. 11 • Easton Stadium • Los Angeles, Calif.                                        123 456 7                 R     H    E                             123 456 7                R      H    E
                        123 456 7                   R   H    E      UCLA (8-1)              001 020 0                 3     6    0     Ohio State (4-11)       020 300 0                 5     8    2
N. Dakota St. (0-2) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0                   0   2    1      Portland State (5-5) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0                0     2    2     UCLA (13-3)             430 302 X                12 15 3
UCLA (2-0)              200 005 X                   7   8    1      Win - Hall (4-1), Loss - Latham (2-3)                              Win - Hall (7-3), Loss - Medrano (1-6)
Win - Hall (1-0), Loss - Tamayo (0-1)                               Hall: 7 IP, 2 H, 0 ER, 2 BB, 1 K                                   Tiumalu: 3-for-4, 1 R, 2 RBI
HR: Hall (2), Fox (1)                                               Bates: 2-for-4, 1 R, 1 SB                                          Bates: 2-for-4, 2 R, 2 RBI, 1 2B, 1 BB, 1 SB
Hall: 7 IP, 2 H, 0 ER, 1 BB, 7 K, 1-for-3, 2-run HR
                                                                    Fox and Tiumalu: 1-for-3, 1 RBI                                    Snow: 2-for-3, 2 R, 1 RBI
Bates: 2-for-3, 1 R, 2 RBI, 1 2B, 1 SAC
Fox: 1-for-3, Solo HR
                                                                    Game 10                  #1/#1 UCLA 13, Utah State 3 (6 innings)   Game 17                                       #6/#9 UCLA 5, BYU 2
                                                                    Sun., Feb. 20 • Stephanie Lynn Craig Park • Henderson, Nev.        Fri., March 4 • SDSU Softball Stadium • San Diego, Calif.
Game 3         #1/#2 UCLA 15, North Dakota State 2 (5 innings)
                                                                                            123 456                        R    H E                            123 456 7                    R    H    E
Sat., Feb. 12 • Easton Stadium • Los Angeles, Calif.
                                                                    Utah State (3-7)        000 120                         3   3 0    UCLA (14-3)             410 000 0                    5    11 0
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                                                                    UCLA (9-1)              440 014                        13 12 0     BYU (7-12)              001 000 1                    2     6   1
UCLA (3-0)              114 90                 15      8    2
                                                                    Win - Hall (5-1), Loss - Harmon (2-5)                              Win - Hall (8-3), Loss - Affleck (4-8), Save - Macon (1)
N. Dakota St. (0-4) 0 0 0 0 2                   2      5    2
                                                                    HR: Bates 2 (4), DiSalvatore (2), Hall (3)                         HR: A.Harrison (6)
Win - Kerr (2-0), Loss - Johnson (0-2)
                                                                    Bates: 4-for-5, 4 R, 4 RBI, 2 HR
Bates: 2-for-4, 1 R, 4 RBI, 1 2B, 1 BB                                                                                                 Tiumalu: 3-for-4, 1 RBI, 1 2B
                                                                    DiSalvatore: 3-for-3, 1 R, 2 RBI, 2 2B, 1 HR, 1 SAC
Kerr: 5 IP, 5 H, 0 ER, 3 BB, 6 K                                                                                                       Fox: 2-for-3, 1R, 1 RBI, 1 2B, 1 BB
                                                                    Hall: 6 IP, 3 H, 3 ER, 6 BB, 4 K, 2-for-3, 1 R, 2 RBI, 1 HR
DiSalvatore: 1-for-2, 1 2B, 3 RBI, 1 BB, 1 SF                                                                                          Hall: 4 IP, 3 H, 1 ER, 2 BB, 3 K, 1-for-2, 1 BB

                                                                    Game 11        #2/#3 UCLA 8, Cal State Northridge 0 (5 innings)
Game 4                          #1/#2 UCLA 10, UCF 2 (5 innings)                                                                       Game 18                                 Baylor 5, #6/#9 UCLA 1
                                                                    Wed., Feb. 23 • Matador Diamond • Northridge, Calif.
Sat., Feb. 12 • Easton Stadium • Los Angeles, Calif.                                                                                   Fri., March 4 • SDSU Softball Stadium • San Diego, Calif.
                                                                                            123 45                   R      H    E
                        123 45                    R      H    E                                                                                                123 456 7                    R  H   E
                                                                    UCLA (10-1)             031 40                   8      7    0
UCF (1-2)               020 00                    2      3    1                                                                        Baylor (17-1)           000 130 1                    5 10 1
                                                                    CS Northridge (4-7) 0 0 0 0 0                    0      1    1
UCLA (4-0)              110 17                   10      8    2                                                                        UCLA (14-4)             000 000 1                    1  3   0
                                                                    Win - Hall (6-1), Loss - Wade (1-5)
Win - Hall (2-0), Loss - Rojas (1-1)                                                                                                   Win - Canion (7-1), Loss - Kerr (5-1)
                                                                    HR: A.Harrison (5), Fox (3)
HR: Bates (1), Fox (2), Crawford (1)                                                                                                   HR: Leal (BAY)
Bates: 1-for-3, 2 R, 3-run HR, 1 BB, 1 SB                           Schroeder: 2-for-4, 2 RBI
                                                                    Hall: 4 IP, 1 H, 0 ER, 1 BB, 3 K                                   Reed: 1-for-3, 1 RBI
Crawford: 2-for-2, 2 R, Solo HR, 1 2B, 1 SAC                                                                                           DiSalvatore: 1-for-2, 1 HBP, Broke up no-hitter in 6th
Hall: 5 IP, 3 H, 1 ER, 5 BB, 6 K                                    Fox: 1-for-3, 1 R, 4 RBI, Grand Slam
                                                                                                                                       Kerr: 4.1 IP, 7 H, 4 ER, 0 BB, 7 K

Game 5                          #1/#2 UCLA 8, San Diego State 2     Game 12                           #4/#5 Florida 4, #2/#3 UCLA 1
                                                                    Fri., Feb. 25 • Big League Dreams Park • Cathedral City, Calif.    Game 19                         #6/#9 UCLA 3, San Diego State 1
Sun., Feb. 13 • Easton Stadium • Los Angeles, Calif.
                                                                                            123 456 7                   R    H   E     Sat., March 5 • SDSU Softball Stadium • San Diego, Calif.
                        123 456 7                    R     H   E
                                                                    Florida (13-0)          000 004 0                   4    6   1                             123 456 7                 R     H    E
San Diego St. (4-1) 2 0 0 0 0 0 0                    2     5   0
                                                                    UCLA (10-2)             010 000 0                   1    5   1     UCLA (15-4)             002 010 0                 3     7    0
UCLA (5-0)              001 034 X                    8    10 2
                                                                    Win - Rogers (6-0), Loss - Hall (6-2)                              SDSU (8-9)              010 000 0                 1     6    2
Win - Kerr (3-0), Loss - Micetich (2-1)
                                                                    HR: Tiumalu (1)                                                    Win - Hall (9-3), Loss - Beasley (2-3)
HR: A.Harrison 2 (3)
                                                                    Tiumalu: 2-for-3, 1 R, 1 RBI, First career HR                      HR: Fox 2 (5)
A.Harrison: 3-for-3, 2 R, 6 RBI, 2 HR (5th career, 2-homer game)
                                                                    Hall: 7 IP, 6 H, 3 ER, 1 BB, 8 K                                   Fox: 2-for-3, 2 R, 3 RBI, 2 HR, 1 BB
Kerr: 7 IP, 5 H, 2 ER, 1 BB, 3 K
                                                                    Lindvall: 1-for-3                                                  Hall: 7 IP, 6 H, 1 ER, 1 BB, 4 K
DiSalvatore: 1-for-4, 2 R, 2 RBI
                                                                                                                                       Lindvall: 1-for-2, 2 SB
Game 6              #1/#1 UCLA 3, SIU Edwardsville 2 (9 innings)    Game 13                        #2/#3 UCLA 3, #6/#6 Oklahoma 0
Fri., Feb. 18 • Eller Media Stadium • Las Vegas, Nev.               Fri., Feb. 25 • Big League Dreams Park • Cathedral City, Calif.    Game 20                                  #6/#9 UCLA 4, Cal Poly 0
                        123 456 789               R      H    E                             123 456 7                       R H E      Sat., March 5 • SDSU Softball Stadium • San Diego, Calif.
SIU Edwardsville (2-4) 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1          2      7    0     Oklahoma (11-5)         000 000 0                       0 4 0                              123 456 7                      R   H   E
UCLA (6-0)              000 001 002               3      5    2     UCLA (11-2)             000 300 X                       3 7 0      CP (2-16)               000 000 0                      0   2   1
Win - Kerr (4-0), Loss - Taylor (0-3)                               Win - Kerr (5-0), Loss - Ricketts (5-2), Save - Hall (1)           UCLA (16-4)             102 001 X                      4   4   1
HR: DiSalvatore (1)                                                 Kerr: 5 IP, 2 H, 0 ER, 2 BB, 7 K                                   Win - Hall (10-3), Loss - Cahn (1-5)
Tiumalu: 2-for-2, Walk-Off RBI Single in 9th                        Tiumalu: 2-for-2, 1 R, 1 BB                                        Hall: 7 IP, 2 H, 0 ER, 3 BB, 3 K, No-Hitter thru 5 innings
Kerr: 9 IP, 7 H, 0 ER, 4 BB, 12 K                                   Fox: 2-for-3, 1 R                                                  Yudin: 1-for-3, 2 RBI
DiSalvatore: 1-for-4, 1 R, 1 RBI, Solo HR                                                                                              Fox: 1-for-2, 1 R, 1 RBI, 1 BB, 1 SB
                                                                    Game 14                     #8/#10 Tennessee 7, #2/#3 UCLA 1
Game 7                                 Arkansas 4, #1/#1 UCLA 3     Sat., Feb. 26 • Big League Dreams Park • Cathedral City, Calif.    Game 21                      #9/#10 UCLA 5, Sacramento State 3
Fri., Feb. 18 • Eller Media Stadium • Las Vegas, Nev.                                      123 456 7                 R    H      E     Fri., March 11 • Mayfair Park • Lakewood, Calif.
                        123 456 7                   R    H   E      UCLA (11-3)            000 010 0                 1     6     5                             123 456 7                R     H    E
UCLA (6-1)              001 110 0                   3    9   0      Tennessee (14-2)       340 000 X                 7     6     2     SAC (4-9)               000 030 0                3     8    2
Arkansas (4-2)          002 011 X                   4    7   1      Win - E.Renfroe (7-1), Loss - Hall (6-3)                           UCLA (17-4)             210 020 X                5     9    1
Win - Jones (2-1), Loss - Hall (2-1)                                HR: Burchell (TENN)                                                Win - Hall (11-3), Loss - Voelz (0-2)
Fox: 3-for-3, 1 R, 1 RBI, 2 2B                                      DiSalvatore: 2-for-4, 1 RBI                                        DiSalvatore: 2-for-4, 1 R, 1 RBI, 1 2B
DiSalvatore: 3-for-4, 1 R, 1 RBI, 2 2B                              Bates: 2-for-4                                                     A.Harrison: 2-for-3, 1 R, 2 2B
Hall: 5.2 IP, 7 H, 4 ER, 3 BB, 6 K                                  Macon: 2 IP, 0 H, 0 ER, 2 BB, 4 K                                  Hall: 7 IP, 8 H, 3 ER, 3 BB, 5 K, 1-for-4, 1 RBI

                             12-TIME NATIONAL CHAMPIONS (AIAW - 1978; NCAA - 1982, 1984, 1985, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1992, 1999, 2003, 2004, 2010)
                                                                 UCLA SOFTBALL WEEKLY RELEASE • APRIL 27, 2011 • PAGE 10

Game 22                      #9/#10 UCLA 7, Long Beach State 3        Game 29                          #7/#13 UCLA 6, Oregon State 2       Game 36                   #9/#11 UCLA 4, #1/#1 Arizona State 1
Fri., March 11 • Mayfair Park • Lakewood, Calif.                      Fri., April 1 • Easton Stadium • Los Angeles, Calif.                 Fri., April 15 • Farrington Stadium • Tempe, Ariz.
                        123 456 7                 R    H    E                                 123 456 7                R     H    E                                123 456 7                  R      H E
UCLA (18-4)             110 221 0                 7   13 1            OSU (16-9, 0-1)         020 000 0                2     3    2        UCLA (29-7, 5-2)        400 000 0                   4     4 0
LBSU (13-8)             300 000 0                 3    2    0         UCLA (24-5, 1-0)        005 100 X                6    11 0           ASU (37-5, 4-3)         000 000 1                   1     3 0
Win - Kerr (6-1), Loss - Jones-Wesley (6-3)                           Win - Kerr (9-1), Loss - Andreana (3-3)                              Win - Kerr (11-2), Loss - Escobedo (18-3), Save - Macon (2)
HR: Schroeder 2 (4), A.Harrison (7)                                   A.Harrison: 4-for-4, 1 R, 1 2B                                       HR: Fox (9), Castillo (ASU)
Schroeder: 3-for-3, 3 R, 3 RBI, 2 HR, 1 SAC                           Schroeder: 2-for-4, 2 RBI, 1 2B                                      Kerr: 6.1 IP, 3 H, 1 ER, 3 BB, 6 K
Kerr: 7 IP, 2 H, 0 ER, 3 BB, 5 K                                      Kerr: 5 IP, 2 H, 1 ER, 3 BB, 4 K                                     Fox: 1-for-4, 1 R, 4 RBI, Grand Slam
Bates: 3-for-5, 1 R, 1 RBI, 1 2B                                                                                                           DiSalvatore: 2-for-3, 1 R
                                                                      Game 30               #7/#13 UCLA 9, Oregon State 1 (6 innings)
Game 23 #9/#10 UCLA 11, Cal State Fullerton 2 (5 innings)             Sat., April 2 • Easton Stadium • Los Angeles, Calif.                 Game 37                   #1/#1 Arizona State 2, #9/#11 UCLA 0
Sat., March 12 • Mayfair Park • Lakewood, Calif.                                              123 456                  R      H    E       Sat., April 16 • Farrington Stadium • Tempe, Ariz.
                        123 45                 R  H    E              OSU (16-10, 0-2)        100 000                  1      3    0                               123 456 7                  R    H   E
UCLA (19-4)             211 16                11 13 0                 UCLA (25-5, 2-0)        303 012                  9      7    0       UCLA (29-8, 5-3)        000 000 0                  0    4   0
CSF (7-11)              100 10                 2  5    1              Win - Hall (14-4), Loss - Demore (7-5)                               ASU (38-5, 5-3)         002 000 X                  2    5   1
Win - Kerr (7-1), Loss - Fascetti (1-3)                               HR: Fox (8)                                                          Win - Popescue (11-2), Loss - Hall (14-6)
HR: Mario (CSF)                                                       A.Harrison: 2-for-3, 3 R, 1 BB, 1 2B                                 Hall: 3.1 IP, 3 H, 2 ER, 3 BB, 3 K
A.Harrison: 4-for-4, 4 RBI                                            Schroeder: 2-for-3, 1 R, 1 RBI, 1 BB, 1 2B                           Macon: 2.2 IP, 2 H, 0 ER, 4 K
Bates: 3-for-4, 3 R, 1 RBI, 1 2B                                      Hall: 5 IP, 3 H, 1 ER, 3 BB, 1 K                                     DiSalvatore, Schroeder, Tiumalu and Yudin: 1 hit apiece
Kerr: 5 IP, 5 H, 2 ER, 3 BB, 9 K
                                                                      Game 31             #7/#13 UCLA 12, Oregon State 2 (5 innings)       Game 38                   #1/#1 Arizona State 5, #9/#11 UCLA 0
Game 24                                   BYU 6, #9/#10 UCLA 4        Sun., April 3 • Easton Stadium • Los Angeles, Calif.                 Sun., April 17 • Farrington Stadium • Tempe, Ariz.
Sat., March 12 • Mayfair Park • Lakewood, Calif.                                             123 45                     R    H    E                               123 456 7                   R    H   E
                       123 456 7                     R    H E         OSU (16-11, 0-3)       000 02                      2   3    2        UCLA (29-9, 5-4)       000 000 0                   0    4   0
BYU (10-13)            320 010 0                     6    8 0         UCLA (26-5, 3-0)       232 05                     12   9    1        ASU (39-5, 6-3)        001 103 X                   5    8   0
UCLA (19-5)            010 003 0                     4    5 1         Win - Kerr (10-1), Loss - Andreana (3-4)                             Win - Escobedo (19-3), Loss - Kerr (11-3)
Win - Almond (3-2), Loss - Hall (11-4), Save - Affleck (2)             HR: A.Harrison (10), Tiumalu (5), Guzy (OSU)                         HR: Lockwood (ASU), Urfer 2 (ASU)
HR: Fox (6), Manuma (BYU)                                             A.Harrison: 2-for-2, 1 R, 6 RBI, 1 BB, 1 HR, 1 SF                    Bates: 2-for-3
Fox: 1-for-3, 1 R, 3 RBI, 1 HR                                        Tiumalu: 2-for-3, 2 R, 2 RBI, 1 2B, 1 HR                             Kerr: 2.2 IP, 3 H, 1 ER, 1 BB, 1 K
Kerr: 5.2 IP, 4 H, 1 ER, 2 BB, 10 K                                   Schroeder: 2-for-3, 3 R, 1 BB                                        DiSalvatore and Tiumalu: 1-for-3 each
Bates: 2-for-4
                                                                      Game 32                     #6/#10 UCLA 5, Loyola Marymount 4        Game 39                 #11/#13 UCLA 4, #9/#11 Washington 0
Game 25              #9/#10 UCLA 12, Saint Mary’s 1 (5 innings)       Wed., April 6 • Easton Stadium • Los Angeles, Calif.                 Thu., April 21 • Easton Stadium • Los Angeles, Calif.
Sun., March 13 • Mayfair Park • Lakewood, Calif.                                                                                                                   123 456 7                     R   H E
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                        123 45                   R      H    E                                                                             WASH (30-7, 5-5)        000 000 0                     0   1 1
                                                                      LMU (16-20)             000 004 0                 4    3   1
SMC (3-5)               001 00                   1      3    1
                                                                      UCLA (27-5)             101 010 2                 5   13 0           UCLA (30-9, 6-4)        100 030 X                     4   6 0
UCLA (20-5)             226 2X                  12 12 2
                                                                      Win - Macon (2-0), Loss - Goodman (0-4)                              Win - Kerr (12-3), Loss - Ingelsby (18-4)
Win - Hall (12-4), Loss - Linton (3-2)
                                                                      HR: Bates (7), Sarginson (LMU)                                       HR: Fox (10)
HR: Bates (5), A.Harrison (8)
                                                                      Bates: 4-for-4, 3 R, 1 RBI, 1 3B, 1 HR                               Kerr: 7 IP, 1 H, 0 ER, 1 BB, 6 K, Took No-Hitter into 7th
A.Harrison: 3-for-3, 1 R, 5 RBI, 1 2B, 1 HR
                                                                      Fox: 2-for-4, 2 RBI, 1 2B, Walk-Off RBI 1B in 7th                    Fox: 2-for-3, 1 R, 3 RBI, 1 HR
DiSalvatore: 2-for-3, 2 R, 3 RBI, 1 2B, 1 3B
                                                                      Hall: 4 IP, 1 H, 0 ER, 5 K                                           Bates and Schroeder: 1 hit and 1 run apiece
Hall: 5 IP, 3 H, 1 ER, 4 BB, 8 K
                                                                      Game 33 #6/#10 UCLA 6, #13/#14 Stanford 5 (14 innings)               Game 40                  #11/#13 UCLA 5, #9/#11 Washington 2
Game 26                        #7/#13 UCLA 9, Ohio 1 (5 innings)
                                                                      Fri., April 8 • Easton Stadium • Los Angeles, Calif.                 Fri., April 22 • Easton Stadium • Los Angeles, Calif.
Thu., March 24 • Easton Stadium • Los Angeles, Calif.
                                                                                        1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 R H E                                     123 456 7                     R    H  E
                        123 45                    R      H    E
                                                                      STAN (24-8, 0-4) 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 5 11 2                  WASH (30-8, 5-6)        000 000 2                      2   10 2
OHIO (10-12)            000 01                    1      2    0
                                                                      UCLA (28-5, 4-0) 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 6 14 2                  UCLA (31-9, 7-4)        201 002 X                      5    7 0
UCLA (21-5)             000 63                    9      9    0
                                                                      Win - Macon (3-0), Loss - Chinn (11-2)                               Win - Hall (15-6), Loss - Inglesby (18-5), Save - Kerr (2)
Win - Kerr (8-1), Loss - Bonner (1-2)
                                                                      HR: A.Harrison 2 (12), Tiumalu (6)                                   HR: A.Harrison (13), Tiumalu (7), Bates (8), Williams (WASH)
HR: Fox (7), Yudin (2), Tiumalu (3)
                                                                      A.Harrison: 3-for-6, 2 R, 3 RBI, 2 HR, Walk-Off HR in 14th           Bates and A.Harrison: Two-Run Homer apiece
Fox: 2-for-2, 2 R, 2 RBI, 1 HR
                                                                      G.DiSalvatore: 3-for-7, 1 R                                          Hall: 4 IP, 5 H, 0 ER, 2 BB, 4 K
Tiumalu: 2-for-2, 1 R, 1 RBI, 1 HR
                                                                      Macon: 8.2 IP of relief, 5 H, 1 ER, 3 BB, 8 K                        Schroeder: 2-for-4, 1 R, 1 2B
Kerr: 5 IP, 2 H, 1 ER, 2 BB, 6 K

                                                                      Game 34                     #13/#14 Stanford 6, #6/#10 UCLA 2        Game 41 #9/#11 Washington 4, #11/#13 UCLA 3 (9 innings)
Game 27        #7/#13 UCLA 12, UC Santa Barbara 2 (5 innings)
                                                                      Sat., April 9 • Easton Stadium • Los Angeles, Calif.                 Sat., April 23 • Easton Stadium • Los Angeles, Calif.
Tue., March 29 • Easton Stadium • Los Angeles, Calif.
                        123 45                         R      H E                             123 456 7                     R     H    E                           123 456 789                 R      H   E
UCSB (12-15)            000 11                         2      2 1     STAN (25-8, 1-4)        004 011 0                     6     9    1   WASH (31-8, 6-6)        000 100 111                 4      9   0
UCLA (22-5)             412 5X                        12 10 2         UCLA (28-6, 4-1)        101 000 0                     2    10 0      UCLA (31-10, 7-5)       001 001 010                 3      7   2
Win - Hall (13-4), Loss - Collins (8-8)                               Win - Chinn (12-2), Loss - Hall (14-5)                               Win - Inglesby (19-5), Loss - Kerr (12-4)
HR: Bates (6), Yudin (3), Tiumalu (4), Hall (5)                       HR: Hanewich (STAN), Miller (STAN)                                   HR: DiSalvatore (4), Tiumalu (8), Salling (WASH), Inglesby (WASH)
Hall: 2-for-2, 2 R, 1 RBI, 1 BB, 4.0 IP, 1 H, 0 ER, 2 BB, 7 K         DiSalvatore: 3-for-4, 1 RBI, 60th career 2B (1st all-time at UCLA)   DiSalvatore and Tiumalu: Solo Homer apiece
Bates: 1-for-1, 2 R, 3 RBI, 1 BB, 1 HR, 1 SF                          Yudin: 2-for-4, 1 RBI, 1 2B                                          A.Harrison: 2-for-4, 1 BB
Schroeder: 2-for-3, 1 R, 1 BB                                         Schroeder: 2-for-4, 1 R, 1 SB                                        Kerr: 7 IP, 6 H, 3 ER, 3 BB, 5 K

Game 28                    #7/#13 UCLA 10, UC Santa Barbara 4         Game 35                   #13/#14 Stanford 5, #6/#10 UCLA 1
Tue., March 29 • Easton Stadium • Los Angeles, Calif.                 Sun., April 10 • Easton Stadium • Los Angeles, Calif.
                       123 456 7                     R      H    E                           123 456 7                R     H  E
UCSB (12-16)           300 001 0                     4      4    0    STAN (26-8, 2-4)       100 112 0                5     9  0
UCLA (23-5)            201 520 X                     10     8    5    UCLA (28-7, 4-2)       000 000 1                1     5  1
Win - Rodino (1-0), Loss - Cobb (4-8), Save - Kerr (1)                Win - Gerhart (14-6), Loss - Kerr (10-2)
HR: DiSalvatore (3), A.Harrison (9), Crawford (2), Beristianos (SB)   HR: Rich (STAN)
A.Harrison: 2-for-2, 1 R, 3 RBI, 1 HR, 1 BB, 1 HBP                    Schroeder: 2-for-4, 1 RBI
DiSalvatore: 1-for-2, 3 R, 2 RBI, 2 BB, 1 HR                          Macon: 5.1 IP, 7 H, 2 ER, 6 K
Rodino: 4.0 IP, 3 H, 2 ER, 1 BB, 2 K, Season Debut                    DiSalvatore, Snow and Yudin: 1-hit apiece

                                       NINE-TIME PACIFIC-10 CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS (1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1993, 1999, 2002, 2006, 2009)
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                                                                         UCLA BATTING ORDERS BY GAME
GAME (DATE)          1               2             3            4                5          6             7          8           9            10      USED RECORD
USU (2/11)      Schroeder       DiSalvatore   A.Harrison      Yudin            Reed        Hall          Fox      Lindvall     Snow          Kerr      1 (1)   1-0
NDSU (2/11)     Schroeder          Bates      DiSalvatore   A.Harrison        Yudin        Hall          Fox       Snow       Crawford         -       2 (1)   1-0
NDSU (2/12)     Schroeder          Bates      DiSalvatore   A.Harrison        Yudin        Hall          Fox      Lindvall     Snow          Kerr      3 (1)   1-0
UCF (2/12)      Schroeder          Bates      DiSalvatore   A.Harrison        Yudin        Hall          Fox      Crawford     Snow         Murray     4 (1)   1-0
SDSU (2/13)     Schroeder          Bates      DiSalvatore   A.Harrison         Hall        Fox         Lindvall   Tiumalu      Snow          Kerr      5 (1)   1-0
SIUE (2/18)     Schroeder          Bates      DiSalvatore   A.Harrison         Hall        Fox         Lindvall   Tiumalu      Snow          Kerr      5 (2)   2-0
ARK (2/18)      Schroeder          Bates      DiSalvatore   A.Harrison          Fox        Hall        Tiumalu    Crawford     Snow            -       6 (1)   0-1
UTAH (2/19)     Schroeder          Bates      DiSalvatore   A.Harrison          Fox        Hall        Tiumalu      Reed       Snow          Kerr      7 (1)   1-0
PSU (2/19)      Schroeder          Bates      DiSalvatore   A.Harrison          Fox        Hall        Tiumalu    Crawford     Snow            -       6 (2)   1-1
USU (2/20)      Schroeder          Bates      DiSalvatore   A.Harrison          Fox      Tiumalu         Hall     Crawford    Lindvall       Snow      8 (1)   1-0
CSUN (2/23)     Schroeder          Bates      DiSalvatore   A.Harrison          Fox      Tiumalu       Lindvall   Crawford     Snow           Hall     9 (1)   1-0
FLA (2/25)      Schroeder          Bates      DiSalvatore   A.Harrison          Fox      Tiumalu         Hall     Lindvall    Crawford       Snow     10 (1)   0-1
OKL (2/25)      Schroeder          Bates      DiSalvatore   A.Harrison          Fox      Tiumalu         Hall     Crawford     Snow          Kerr     11 (1)   1-0
TENN (2/26)     Schroeder          Bates      DiSalvatore   A.Harrison          Fox      Tiumalu       Lindvall     Hall        Reed         Snow     12 (1)   0-1
NW (2/27)       Schroeder          Bates      DiSalvatore   A.Harrison          Fox      Tiumalu         Hall     Crawford     Snow          Kerr     11 (2)   2-0
OSU (2/27)      Schroeder          Bates      DiSalvatore   A.Harrison          Fox      Tiumalu         Hall     Lindvall     Snow        Crawford   13 (1)   1-0
BYU (3/4)       Schroeder          Bates      DiSalvatore   A.Harrison          Fox      Tiumalu        Yudin       Hall      Lindvall       Snow     14 (1)   1-0
BAY (3/4)       Schroeder          Bates      DiSalvatore   A.Harrison          Fox      Tiumalu        Yudin       Hall        Reed         Kerr     15 (1)   0-1
SDSU (3/5)      Schroeder          Bates      DiSalvatore   A.Harrison          Fox       Yudin          Hall       Reed      Lindvall       Snow     16 (1)   1-0
CP (3/5)        DiSalvatore     Schroeder         Fox       A.Harrison        Yudin       Bates         Reed      Lindvall     Snow           Hall    17 (1)   1-0
SAC (3/11)      Schroeder          Bates      DiSalvatore   A.Harrison          Fox       Yudin        Tiumalu      Hall      Lindvall       Snow     18 (1)   1-0
LBSU (3/11)     Schroeder          Bates      DiSalvatore   A.Harrison          Fox       Yudin        Tiumalu      Reed       Snow          Kerr     19 (1)   1-0
CSF (3/12)      Schroeder          Bates      DiSalvatore   A.Harrison          Fox       Yudin        Tiumalu      Reed       Snow          Kerr     19 (2)   2-0
BYU (3/12)      Schroeder          Bates      DiSalvatore   A.Harrison          Fox       Yudin        Tiumalu      Hall      Lindvall       Snow     20 (1)   1-1
SMC (3/13)      Schroeder          Bates      DiSalvatore   A.Harrison          Fox       Yudin        Tiumalu      Reed       Snow           Hall    19 (3)   3-0
OHIO (3/24)     Schroeder          Bates      DiSalvatore   A.Harrison          Fox       Yudin        Tiumalu    Lindvall     Snow          Kerr     21 (1)   1-0
UCSB-1 (3/27)   Schroeder          Bates      DiSalvatore   A.Harrison          Fox       Yudin        Tiumalu      Hall       Snow        Lindvall   22 (1)   1-0
UCSB-2 (3/27)   Schroeder          Bates      DiSalvatore   A.Harrison          Fox       Yudin        Tiumalu      Reed      Crawford      Rodino    23 (1)   1-0
OSU (4/1)       Schroeder          Bates      DiSalvatore   A.Harrison          Fox       Yudin        Tiumalu     Snow       Lindvall       Kerr     24 (1)   1-0
OSU (4/2)       Schroeder          Bates      DiSalvatore   A.Harrison          Fox       Yudin        Tiumalu      Hall       Snow        Lindvall   22 (2)   2-0
OSU (4/3)       Schroeder          Bates      DiSalvatore   A.Harrison          Fox       Yudin        Tiumalu      Hall       Snow          Kerr     22 (3)   3-0
LMU (4/6)       Schroeder          Bates      DiSalvatore   A.Harrison          Fox      Tiumalu       Camuso       Hall       Snow        Lindvall   25 (1)   1-0
STAN (4/8)      Schroeder          Bates      DiSalvatore   A.Harrison          Fox       Yudin        Tiumalu    Camuso       Snow          Kerr     26 (1)   1-0
STAN (4/9)      Schroeder          Bates      DiSalvatore   A.Harrison          Fox       Yudin        Tiumalu    Camuso       Snow           Hall    26 (2)   1-1
STAN (4/10)     Schroeder          Bates      DiSalvatore   A.Harrison        Yudin        Fox         Tiumalu    Camuso       Snow          Kerr     27 (1)   0-1
ASU (4/15)      Schroeder       DiSalvatore    Tiumalu      A.Harrison        Yudin        Fox          Bates     Camuso       Snow          Kerr     28 (1)   1-0
ASU (4/16)      Schroeder       DiSalvatore       Fox       A.Harrison        Yudin      Tiumalu        Bates     Camuso       Snow           Hall    29 (1)   0-1
ASU (4/17)      Schroeder       DiSalvatore       Fox       A.Harrison        Yudin      Tiumalu       Camuso      Bates       Snow          Kerr     30 (1)   0-1
WASH (4/21)     Schroeder           Fox       DiSalvatore   A.Harrison        Yudin      Tiumalu       Camuso      Snow        Bates         Kerr     31 (1)   1-0
WASH (4/22)     Schroeder           Fox       DiSalvatore   A.Harrison        Yudin      Tiumalu       Camuso      Snow        Bates          Hall    31 (2)   2-0
WASH (4/23)     Schroeder           Fox       DiSalvatore   A.Harrison        Yudin      Tiumalu       Camuso      Snow        Bates          Hall    31 (3)   2-1

                                                                      UCLA POSITION STARTERS BY GAME
GAME (DATE)         P               C             1B            2B           SS            3B          LF            CF          RF           DP      USED RECORD
USU (2/11)         Kerr           Yudin          Hall       DiSalvatore      Fox          Snow     A.Harrison     Schroeder   Lindvall      Reed       1 (1)   1-0
NDSU (2/11)        Hall           Yudin        Crawford     DiSalvatore      Fox          Snow     A.Harrison     Schroeder    Bates           -       2 (1)   1-0
NDSU (2/12)        Kerr           Yudin          Hall       DiSalvatore      Fox          Snow     A.Harrison     Schroeder    Bates       Lindvall    3 (1)   1-0
UCF (2/12)         Hall           Yudin        Crawford     DiSalvatore      Fox          Snow     A.Harrison     Schroeder    Bates       Murray      4 (1)   1-0
SDSU (2/13)        Kerr          Tiumalu         Hall       DiSalvatore      Fox          Snow     A.Harrison     Schroeder    Bates       Lindvall    5 (1)   1-0
SIUE (2/18)        Kerr          Tiumalu         Hall       DiSalvatore      Fox          Snow     A.Harrison     Schroeder    Bates       Lindvall    5 (2)   2-0
ARK (2/18)         Hall          Tiumalu       Crawford     DiSalvatore      Fox          Snow     A.Harrison     Schroeder    Bates           -       6 (1)   0-1
UTAH (2/19)        Kerr          Tiumalu         Hall       DiSalvatore      Fox          Snow     A.Harrison     Schroeder    Bates        Reed       7 (1)   1-0
PSU (2/19)         Hall          Tiumalu       Crawford     DiSalvatore      Fox          Snow     A.Harrison     Schroeder    Bates           -       6 (2)   1-1
USU (2/20)         Hall          Tiumalu       Crawford     DiSalvatore      Fox          Snow     A.Harrison     Schroeder    Bates       Lindvall    8 (1)   1-0
CSUN (2/23)        Hall          Tiumalu       Crawford     DiSalvatore      Fox          Snow     A.Harrison     Schroeder    Bates       Lindvall    8 (2)   2-0
FLA (2/25)         Hall          Tiumalu       Crawford     DiSalvatore      Fox          Snow     A.Harrison     Schroeder    Bates       Lindvall    8 (3)   2-1
OKL (2/25)         Kerr          Tiumalu       Crawford     DiSalvatore      Fox          Snow     A.Harrison     Schroeder    Bates         Hall      9 (1)   1-0
TENN (2/26)        Hall          Tiumalu       Lindvall     DiSalvatore      Fox          Snow     A.Harrison     Schroeder    Bates        Reed      10 (1)   0-1
NW (2/27)          Kerr          Tiumalu       Crawford     DiSalvatore      Fox          Snow     A.Harrison     Schroeder    Bates         Hall      9 (2)   2-0
OSU (2/27)         Hall          Tiumalu       Crawford     DiSalvatore      Fox          Snow     A.Harrison     Schroeder    Bates       Lindvall    8 (4)   3-1
BYU (3/4)          Hall          Tiumalu      A.Harrison       Snow          Fox       DiSalvatore  Lindvall      Schroeder    Bates        Yudin     11 (1)   1-0
BAY (3/4)          Kerr          Tiumalu        Yudin          Reed          Fox       DiSalvatore A.Harrison     Schroeder    Bates         Hall     12 (1)   0-1
SDSU (3/5)         Hall           Yudin       A.Harrison       Snow          Fox       DiSalvatore  Lindvall      Schroeder    Bates        Reed      13 (1)   1-0
CP (3/5)           Hall           Yudin       A.Harrison       Snow          Fox       DiSalvatore  Lindvall      Schroeder    Bates        Reed      13 (2)   2-0
SAC (3/11)         Hall           Yudin       A.Harrison       Snow          Fox       DiSalvatore  Lindvall      Schroeder    Bates       Tiumalu    14 (1)   1-0
LBSU (3/11)        Kerr          Tiumalu        Yudin          Snow          Fox       DiSalvatore A.Harrison     Schroeder    Bates        Reed      15 (1)   1-0
CSF (3/12)         Kerr          Tiumalu        Yudin          Snow          Fox       DiSalvatore A.Harrison     Schroeder    Bates        Reed      15 (2)   2-0
BYU (3/12)         Hall           Yudin       A.Harrison       Snow          Fox       DiSalvatore  Lindvall      Schroeder    Bates       Tiumalu    14 (2)   1-1
SMC (3/13)         Hall          Tiumalu        Yudin          Snow          Fox       DiSalvatore A.Harrison     Schroeder    Bates        Reed      16 (1)   1-0
OHIO (3/24)        Kerr           Yudin       A.Harrison       Snow          Fox       DiSalvatore  Lindvall      Schroeder    Bates       Tiumalu    17 (1)   1-0
UCSB-1 (3/27)      Hall           Yudin       A.Harrison       Snow          Fox       DiSalvatore  Lindvall      Schroeder    Bates       Tiumalu    14 (3)   2-1
UCSB-2 (3/27)     Rodino          Yudin        Crawford        Reed          Fox       DiSalvatore A.Harrison     Schroeder    Bates       Tiumalu    18 (1)   1-0
OSU (4/1)          Kerr           Yudin       A.Harrison       Snow          Fox       DiSalvatore  Lindvall      Schroeder    Bates       Tiumalu    17 (2)   2-0
OSU (4/2)          Hall          Tiumalu      A.Harrison       Snow          Fox       DiSalvatore  Lindvall      Schroeder    Bates        Yudin     11 (2)   2-0
OSU (4/3)          Kerr          Tiumalu        Yudin          Snow          Fox       DiSalvatore A.Harrison     Schroeder    Bates         Hall     19 (1)   1-0
LMU (4/6)          Hall          Tiumalu      A.Harrison       Snow          Fox       DiSalvatore  Lindvall      Schroeder    Bates       Camuso     20 (1)   1-0
STAN (4/8)         Kerr          Tiumalu        Yudin          Snow          Fox       DiSalvatore A.Harrison     Schroeder    Bates       Camuso     21 (1)   1-0
STAN (4/9)         Hall           Yudin        Camuso          Snow          Fox       DiSalvatore A.Harrison     Schroeder    Bates       Tiumalu    22 (1)   0-1
STAN (4/10)        Kerr          Tiumalu        Yudin          Snow          Fox       DiSalvatore A.Harrison     Schroeder    Bates       Camuso     21 (2)   1-1
ASU (4/15)         Kerr          Tiumalu        Yudin          Snow          Fox       DiSalvatore A.Harrison     Schroeder    Bates       Camuso     21 (3)   2-1
ASU (4/16)         Hall          Tiumalu        Yudin          Snow          Fox       DiSalvatore A.Harrison     Schroeder    Bates       Camuso     23 (1)   0-1
ASU (4/17)         Kerr          Tiumalu        Yudin          Snow          Fox       DiSalvatore A.Harrison     Schroeder    Bates       Camuso     21 (4)   2-2
WASH (4/21)        Kerr          Tiumalu        Yudin          Snow          Fox       DiSalvatore A.Harrison     Schroeder    Bates       Camuso     21 (5)   3-2
WASH (4/22)        Hall          Tiumalu        Yudin          Snow          Fox       DiSalvatore A.Harrison     Schroeder    Bates       Camuso     23 (2)   1-1
WASH (4/23)        Hall          Tiumalu        Yudin          Snow          Fox       DiSalvatore A.Harrison     Schroeder    Bates       Camuso     23 (3)   1-2

                           12-TIME NATIONAL CHAMPIONS (AIAW - 1978; NCAA - 1982, 1984, 1985, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1992, 1999, 2003, 2004, 2010)
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                                              Kelly Inouye-Perez, beginning her fifth season as the       and career home run leader.
                                            Bruins’ head coach in 2011, led the UCLA softball program      Since the Pac-10 Conference began issuing a Pitcher of the Year Award, UCLA has been honored
                                            to its 12th national title and 11th NCAA championship in     with two winners, Courtney Dale in 1999 and Keira Goerl in 2003. Among the other pitching highlights
                                            2010. The Bruins went a perfect 10-0 in the postseason,      accomplished by the Bruins over her 13 years as an assistant included at least one All-American
                                            including 5-0 at the Women’s College World Series. UCLA      award earned by a UCLA pitcher in 12 of those campaigns, including DeeDee Weiman, four-time
                                            set numerous WCWS records, including the most home           Olympian Tanya Harding and two-time Olympian Amanda Freed.
                                            runs in one tournament with 14. Megan Langenfeld was           In addition, nearly every UCLA pitching record has been set during the time Inouye-Perez has
                                            named the Most Outstanding Player of the WCWS, while         overseen the Bruin battery and the top four pitchers on UCLA’s career wins list, Goerl, Selden, Freed
                                            Samantha Camuso and Andrea Harrison each earned              and B’Ann Burns, were coached by her.
                                            All-Tournament honors. Following the season, Inouye-           Inouye-Perez was an exceptionally strong fielder behind the dish for the Bruins. She made her mark
                                            Perez and her staff were honored as the NFCA National        immediately as a collegiate player, earning first-team All-Pac-10 as a true freshman and second-team
                                            Coaching Staff of the Year.                                  as a sophomore, leading the Bruins to the 1989 and 1990 NCAA Championships before receiving a
                                              The Bruins went 50-11 in 2010, bringing Inouye-Perez’s     medical redshirt in 1991 due to shoulder surgery.
                                            career record to 183-49 (.789 winning percentage) in           She came back strong in 1992, picking up second-team All-Pac-10 honors as the Bruins once again
   K   I     -P
         ELLY NOUYE EREZ                    four campaigns. UCLA set single-season school records
                                            for home runs, slugging, on base percentage and walks.
                                                                                                         won the national championship and finished with a 54-2 record, the fewest losses in a season in
                                                                                                         program history. Inouye-Perez also was named to the 1992 All-Women’s College World Series Team,
  5 Y      H C
     TH EAR AS EAD OACH Langenfeld and GiOnna DiSalvatore were each named                                going 5-for-12 (.417) with four RBI during WCWS play. She wrapped up her career as a fifth-year
   17 Y       UCLA
           TH EAR AT                        to the NFCA All-America first-team. The Bruins also had       senior in 1993 with an NCAA runner-up finish. Impressively, Inouye-Perez did not commit a single
     UCLA, 1993                             three players named to the All-Region team and 10
                                            honored by the Pac-10.
                                                                                                         fielding error during her final two seasons.
                                                                                                           Among the UCLA pitchers during her five seasons as a player were Lisa Longaker and Lisa Fernandez,
    R    : 214-59
           ECORD                              In 2009, she led the Bruins to a Pacific-10 Conference      both of whom were named to the NCAA’s 25th Anniversary All-WCWS Team. During her UCLA career,
                                            Championship, as UCLA went 45-11 overall and 16-5 in         Inouye-Perez played in 22 Women’s College World Series games, a mark that is tied for third-best in
league play. She was named Pac-10 Coach of the Year and earned her 100th career victory on Feb.          UCLA history behind only Lisa Fernandez and Kristy Howard (23). Inouye-Perez graduated from UCLA
22 against Maryland. In 2008, the Bruins went 51-9 and advanced to the Women’s College World             in 1993 with a B.A. in psychology and earned her master’s degree in physical education from Azusa
Series, finishing second in the Pac-10 with a 17-4 record. In her first season at the helm of UCLA in      Pacific University in 2004.
2007, Inouye-Perez posted a 37-18 overall record and a 12-9 Pac-10 mark (t-3rd).                           Prior to college, Inouye-Perez was one of the top players during her ASA days, winning four national
  Over Inouye-Perez’s four seasons, the Bruins have earned 11 All-American awards, 18 All-Region         championships, with the Panthers (1984, `85 and `89) and the Raiders (1986). She also competed
honors and 33 All-Pac-10 accolades.                                                                      on an international level in Japan in 1985 and in Peru in 1987 (Pan American Tournament) and
  Inouye-Perez, just the third head coach in UCLA softball history, officially took over the reins from   followed her collegiate career with time playing on the NPF Pro Tour.
Sue Enquist on Jan. 1, 2007. Enquist announced her retirement as head coach on Sept. 26, 2006.             Inouye-Perez and her husband, Gerardo Perez, currently reside in Cerritos. Along with Kelly’s
  No stranger to the Bruin dugout, Inouye-Perez starts her 23rd straight season in Westwood in           exploits on the diamond, Gerardo competed as a catcher/DH for Cerritos College from 1988-90 and
2011. She is a link to four decades of Bruin softball success, joining the UCLA softball program as a    helped lead the Falcons to the 1989 Junior College National Championship. After a stellar career at
freshman in 1989. Inouye-Perez’s time is highlighted by seven NCAA Championships and eight Pac-          Cerritos, he went on to compete at Loyola Marymount, earning first-team All-West Coast Conference
10 titles in her previous 22 years, spending five campaigns as a player and 13 as an assistant.           honors his junior and senior seasons. He currently teaches health and coaches baseball at Gahr High
  Over Inouye-Perez’s 13 seasons (1994-2006) as an assistant coach, UCLA was 617-150-1 (.804)            School in Cerritos. The couple has two children, Michael (11) and Kylie (6).
and appeared in the NCAA title game seven times, winning the NCAA Championship in the 1999,
2003 and 2004 seasons. The Bruins also won three Pac-10 titles during that span (1999, 2002,             KELLY INOUYE-PEREZ’S HEAD COACHING RECORD
2006) and in 2004 were named the National Coaching Staff of the Year by the National Fastpitch           YEAR                   RECORD                          PAC-10                        POSTSEASON
Coaches Association (NFCA).                                                                              2007                 37-18 (.673)                    12-9 (T-3rd)                         1-2
  Inouye-Perez’s primary responsibility as an assistant coach was guiding the Bruin pitchers and         2008                  51-9 (.850)                     17-4 (2nd)                      6-2 (T-5th)
catchers, a list which includes many of the most honored and recognizable names in collegiate            2009                 45-11 (.804)                     16-5 (1st)                      4-2 (T-9th)
softball. Behind the dish, where Inouye-Perez also starred as a three-time All-Pac-10 honoree during     2010                 50-11 (.820)                     14-7 (2nd)                       10-0 (1st)
her playing days at UCLA, she helped mold and influence arguably the best catcher in the history          2011                 31-10 (.756)                     7-5 (.583)                          0-0
of USA Softball in Stacey Nuveman. Under Inouye-Perez’s tutelage, Nuveman became a three-time            TOTALS              214-59 (.784)                    66-30 (.688)                     21-6 (.778)
Pac-10 Player of the Year, four-time, first-team All-American and the NCAA’s all-time single season




                                       UCLA COACHING STAFF (L TO R): ANDREA DURAN, LISA FERNANDEZ, KELLY INOUYE-PEREZ, GINA VECCHIONE


                                       NINE-TIME PACIFIC-10 CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS (1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1993, 1999, 2002, 2006, 2009)
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#3 GIONNA DISALVATORE          #4 MARTI REED                  #5 DONNA KERR                #7 SAMANTHA CAMUSO            #8/#18 ANDREA HARRISON
  INFIELDER • SENIOR          UTILITY • JUNIOR                PITCHER • SENIOR              UTILITY • RS JUNIOR           OUTFIELDER • JUNIOR
   5-9 • B/T: L/R             5-8 • B/T: R/R                  5-7 • B/T: R/R                 5-7 • B/T: L/R                 5-7 • B/T: L/L
 PALM HARBOR, FLA.           LONG BEACH, CALIF.               SAN DIEGO, CALIF.               REDDING, CALIF.             GARDEN GROVE, CALIF.




    #9 TALEE SNOW          #13 DESTINY RODINO                #15 JESSICA HALL             #18 MONICA HARRISON               #19 B.B. BATES
INFIELDER • FRESHMAN       PITCHER • SOPHOMORE            PITCHER/1B • FRESHMAN            INFIELDER • SENIOR            OUTFIELDER • SOPHOMORE
  5-5 • B/T: R/R             5-10 • B/T: L/L                 5-9 • B/T: R/L                 5-4 • B/T: R/R                  5-7 • B/T: L/R
  CHINO HILLS, CALIF.         VALENCIA, CALIF.              CHINO HILLS, CALIF.           GARDEN GROVE, CALIF.             VICTORVILLE, CALIF.




 #20 BROOKE FINLEY          #21 GRACE MURRAY                #23 AMY CRAWFORD                 #24 ALEAH MACON                 #27 KELLIE FOX
  CATCHER • JUNIOR           UTILITY • SENIOR                 UTILITY • SENIOR                PITCHER • JUNIOR            INFIELDER • FRESHMAN
  5-7 • B/T: R/R             5-4 • B/T: R/R                  5-9 • B/T: R/R                  5-9 • B/T: R/R                 5-10 • B/T: R/R
  SAN DIEGO, CALIF.          LAKEWOOD, CALIF.                PLEASANTON, CALIF.                UPLAND, CALIF.               SAN DIEGO, CALIF.




#29 KATIE SCHROEDER        #34 ALYSSA TIUMALU              #42 DEVON LINDVALL               #44 DANI YUDIN
OUTFIELDER • RS JUNIOR     CATCHER • FRESHMAN             OUTFIELDER • SOPHOMORE          CATCHER/1B • JUNIOR
  5-10 • B/T: L/R           5-4 • B/T: R/R                   5-5 • B/T: R/R                 5-7 • B/T: L/R
 YORBA LINDA, CALIF.        ELK GROVE, CALIF.             STEVENSON RANCH, CALIF.         COTO DE CAZA, CALIF.

                12-TIME NATIONAL CHAMPIONS (AIAW - 1978; NCAA - 1982, 1984, 1985, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1992, 1999, 2003, 2004, 2010)
                                                                    UCLA SOFTBALL WEEKLY RELEASE • APRIL 27, 2011 • PAGE 14

                                             2011                                                             2009 - Earned NFCA All-West Region and second-team All-Pacific-10 honors as a sophomore ...
                                             DiSalvatore leads the Bruins with 13 doubles and is              started all 53 games she appeared in, making 28 starts in right field, 24 at first and one at second ...
                                             third with a .353 batting average, tied for third with 32        hit .323, which was fourth on the team, with five home runs and 39 runs batted in, which ranked third
                                             runs scored and fourth with 26 runs batted in, adding            ... was second with 48 runs scored and 13 doubles, first in triples with four, third in walks (21) and
                                             four home runs, 17 walks, a .551 slugging and a .427             fourth in on base percentage (.403) and hits (54) ... ranked tied for third in the Pac-10 in triples and
                                             on base percentage ... hit a solo homer on Saturday              tied for seventh in doubles ... was 34th in the nation in runs per game and 44th in triples ... recorded
                                             against Washington ... became UCLA’s all-time leader             15 multiple-hit games, which tied for second on the team ... had a four-hit game against Longwood on
                                             in doubles on April 9 against Stanford, surpassing Tairia        March 8 with two triples, two RBI and three runs scored ... posted three-hit contests against Michigan
                                             Mims (59), and now has 61 for her career ... is tied for         (Feb. 14), Colorado State (Feb. 27) and Fresno State (May 17) and had 11 two-hit games, including
                                             third with 13 multiple-hit games (72 career) and tied for        three in a row against Oregon and Oregon State (May 1-3) ... had a nine-game hitting streak from Feb.
                                             fourth with seven multi-RBI contests (44 career) ... is          27 to March 8, going 16-for-29 (.552) with eight RBI, 10 runs scored, five doubles and three triples
                                             also fifth in school history in runs scored (166), eighth         ... also had a seven-game hit streak from Feb. 13-21, batting .476 (10-for-21) with 12 runs scored,
                                             in RBI (163) and hits (251) and ninth in total bases (397)       10 runs batted in, three doubles and three homers ... recorded her first two-homer game at Arizona
                                             ... had a seven-game hitting streak from April 6-17, her         State on April 25, driving in three ... also left the yard against Michigan, Kentucky (Feb. 14) and Simon
                                             third hitting streak of at least seven games this season,        Fraser (Feb. 17), knocking in three runs in each game ... second with 13 multi-RBI contests ... added
                                             batting .500 (13-for-26) with two RBI, four runs and four        three-RBI games against Utah (Feb. 27) and Fresno State ... scored multiple runs in a game 13 times,
  #3 G O D SI NNA I ALVATORE multiple-hit contests ... posted a pair of singles on April                      including three vs. Simon Fraser ... crossed home plate at least twice in five straight (Feb. 13-17) ...
                                                                                                              had five game-winning RBI, including three in a row (May 2-3, 7) ... stole five bases in six attempts.
   SR • INF • 5-9                            15 at Arizona State, going 4-for-9 (.444) in the series ...
                                             went 7-for-13 (.538) in the Stanford series (April 8-10)
   B /T      : L/R
         ATS HROWS                           ... had back-to-back, three-hit contests on April 8 and 9        2008 - Was one of three Bruins to start all 60 games, making 46 starts at first, eight at DP, five at
                                                                                                              second and one at third ... earned first-team NFCA All-American and All-Pacific Region honors ... was
   P H       ,F .
         ALM ARBOR LA                        ... posted a pair of singles, scoring and driving in a run
                                             versus Loyola Marymount on April 6 ... scored in seven           also honored on the All-Pac-10 second team and the All-Pac-10 Freshman first team ... was first on
     C        HS
            OUNTRYSIDE                       straight games from March 29-April 9 ... tied a career           the team in hits with 68, second in RBI (45) and total bases (100), third in slugging (.532) and tied
                                             high with a 10-game hitting streak to start the season,          for third with a .362 average ... placed fourth with 31 runs, tied for second with 16 doubles, tied for
as she went 16-for-34 (.471) with 11 RBI and six doubles ... hit a two-run homer, walked twice and            third with four home runs and tied for first with two triples ... was tied for fifth among Pac-10 players
scored three times in the second game of a March 29 doubleheader against UCSB ... went 2-for-3                in doubles, tied for sixth in hits and seventh in average ... topped the team with 20 multiple-hit games
with two runs, three RBI, a double and a triple against Saint Mary’s (March 13) ... had a pair of two-hit     and 11 game-winning RBI and was third with 10 multiple-RBI contests ... went 10-for-16 (.625) with
contests on March 11, posting a double, an RBI and a run against Sacramento State and driving in              five runs scored, four doubles and a home run during the Winsberg Tournament (Feb. 8-10), earning
a run versus Long Beach ... recorded hits in seven straight from Feb. 27-March 11, going 10-for-24            Pac-10 Player of the Week honors on Feb. 12 for her performance ... hit her first collegiate home
(.417) with five RBI, three doubles and five runs ... went 2-for-4 with a run on March 4 against BYU ...        run, a game-tying, three-run bomb with two outs in the bottom of the seventh in an extra-inning win
posted a pair of RBI, two walks and a run against Ohio State on Feb. 27 ... went 2-for-4 with an RBI          over UCSB (Feb. 9) ... had a pair of four-RBI efforts against UCSB and in the season opener against
single versus Tennessee on Feb. 26 ... went 10-for-18 (.556) at the Louisville Slugger Desert Classic         Nevada (Feb. 8) ... received Pac-10 POW honors for the second time on Feb. 26 after batting .667
(Feb. 18-20) with four RBI, five runs, four doubles and her first two homers of the season ... posted           (8-for-12) with six runs, five RBI, two doubles, a triple and a homer at the Palm Springs Classic (Feb.
three-hit, two-double games against Arkansas (Feb. 18) and Utah State (Feb. 20), driving in two               22-24) ... drove in the go-ahead runs on a three-run double against Georgia on Feb. 22 ... posted four
and hitting a home run versus USU ... went 2-for-4 against Portland State (Feb. 19) ... also homered          runs batted in against Portland State on Feb. 16, adding three-RBI performances against San Diego
against SIU Edwardsville (Feb. 18) ... went 2-for-4 with a steal and two RBI on a sac fly and an RBI           (Feb. 29) and Notre Dame (March 7) ... drove in the game-winning run in the top of the seventh on an
                                                                                                              RBI double against Notre Dame ... went 3-for-7 (.429) with two runs scored, three RBI, a double and
single in the opener against Utah State (Feb. 11) ... had three RBI on a two-run double and a sac fly
                                                                                                              a home run during the Super Regionals against Georgia (May 24-25) ... also had home runs against
versus North Dakota State (Feb. 12) ... scored twice and drove in a pair on a single vs. San Diego
                                                                                                              Baylor (Feb. 23) and ASU (May 3) ... had a seven-game hit streak from April 12-27 (11-for-24, .458
State (Feb. 13).
                                                                                                              avg.) ... recorded 13 two-hit games and seven three-hit contests ... scored three runs in a game twice
                                                                                                              vs. Santa Clara (Feb. 9) and Baylor ... stole her first career base vs. Eastern Michigan on March 1.
2010 - Was named a first-team NFCA All-American, NFCA All-Region and first-team All-Pac-10 after
leading the Bruins in runs scored (55), hits (81) and doubles (19) and finishing second with a .391
                                                                                                              SUMMER 2007 - Helped the USA Softball Junior Women’s National Team to gold at the ISF Junior
batting average ... was also third on the team in on base (.451) and total bases (132), tied for third
                                                                                                              Women’s World Championships in June ... had five hits in 13 at-bats for a .385 average, scoring three
in RBI (53), fourth in walks (24) and fifth in slugging (.638) and home runs (10) ... her 19 doubles
                                                                                                              runs and driving in three in six games ... also helped her ASA team, the OC Batbusters, to a runner-up
in 2010 tied for the second most in a single season in school history ... ranked 36th in the nation in
                                                                                                              finish at Gold Nationals in August, going 6-for-20 (.300) with three RBI.
doubles per game and 47th in runs per game ... hit .359 (14-for-39) during the NCAA Tournament
with two homers, eight RBI and 11 runs scored and went 8-for-23 (.348) during the WCWS with three             COUNTRYSIDE HS - Played four years of softball and volleyball at Countryside in Clearwater, Fla. ...
RBI and five runs scored ... had four separate hitting streaks of at least seven games, including an           earned first team all-conference, all-county and all-area honors each season ... was a two-time NFCA
eight-game stretch to end the season (May 23-June 8) in which she batted .406 (13-for-32) with a              and EA Sports All-American ... named all-state four times, including first-team accolades as a junior
home run, seven RBI and 10 runs ... had a pair of hits and runs scored to go with an RBI double in the        and senior ... named All-Suncoast Area and County Softball POY as a senior ... was Team MVP and
title-clinching game against Arizona on June 8 ... posted two hits versus Hawai’i (June 4) and Georgia        Cougars’ Captain in ‘06 and ‘07 ... earned athletic scholar academic awards as a junior and senior ...
(June 6) ... went 3-for-4 with three RBI, three runs and a solo homer in the first game of the Super           inducted into the Countryside Hall of Fame ... helped CHS to state title in her senior year.
Regionals against Louisiana-Lafayette on May 29 ... also homered in the postseason opener versus
Saint Mary’s (May 21) ... tied for the third-longest streak in UCLA history for consecutive hits with nine    PERSONAL - Born GiOnna Josephine DiSalvatore on March 11, 1989 in Dunedin, Fla. ... parents are
from Feb. 14-19 ... went 7-for-7 in a doubleheader at UCSB (Feb. 17), going 3-for-3 with three runs           Johanna and Joseph DiSalvatore ... has one sister, Davionna, a freshman volleyball player at Ohio
scored in the first contest and 4-for-4 with six runs batted in, three runs, two doubles and a homer in        State ... favorite class is anatomy ... thing she likes the most about her sport is the pressure ... biggest
the nightcap ... is one of 12 Bruins to post at least six RBI in a game and went on to win Pac-10 POW         athletic highlight was winning a championship in 2010 ... admires former UCLA great and Olympian
honors on Feb. 23 ... had a nine-game hit streak from Feb. 14-24, batting .587 (17-for-29) with 12            Natasha Watley ... favorites include her #3, Chick-fil-A, Britney Spears, dancing with teammate Marti
RBI, 12 runs scored, five doubles and two homers ... went 4-for-4 with three RBI, three runs, a homer          Reed, actress Angelina Jolie, the “Halloween” movies and the Yankees ... majoring in sociology.
and a stolen base against Portland State (Feb. 21) ... scored a run in eight straight contests from Feb.
20-27 (12 total) ... went 2-for-3 with a three-run homer and two runs scored against Texas (Feb. 26)
... was first on the team with 24 multiple-hit games and 10 game-winning RBI ... scored multiple runs
                                                                                                              CAREER HIGHS
                                                                                                              AT-BA TS                                                                    7, vs. Stanford (4/8/11)
in a game 12 times and was tied for third with 14 multiple-RBI contests ... notched a seven-game hit
streak from March 23-28, batting .455 (10-for-22) with five RBI and six runs scored ... went 3-for-3           Runs Scored                                     3, 11 Times (last vs. UC Santa Barbara, 3/29/11)
with three runs scored in the first game of a twinbill against UNLV (March 27) ... posted a season-best,       Hits 4, vs. Longwood (3/8/09), at UC Santa Barbara (2/17/10) and vs. Portland State (2/21/10)
10-game hit streak from April 16-May 7, batting .475 (19-for-40) with 17 RBI, four home runs and 12           Runs Batted In                                                   6, at UC Santa Barbara (2/17/10)
runs scored ... had an RBI in nine of the 10 games of that streak and multiple hits in seven of those         Doubles                                               2, Four Times (last vs. Utah State, 2/20/11)
contests ... recorded seven RBI in a series at Oregon State, homering on April 17 ... went 3-for-4 at         Triples                                                                   2, vs. Longwood (3/8/09)
Stanford on April 23 ... had seven hits in 11 at-bats (.636) in the Oregon series (April 30-May 2) with       Home Runs                                                             2, at Arizona State (4/25/09)
six RBI and six runs, homering on May 1 and 2 ... left the yard for the third straight contest on May 7       Total Bases                       9, vs. Longwood (3/8/09) and at UC Santa Barbara (2/17/10)
against Cal, belting a go-ahead, two-run homer in the sixth inning ... went 7-for-9 (.778) with four RBI,     Walks                                 3, vs. Kentucky (2/14/09) and vs. Fresno State (5/23/10)
three runs and a home run in the Arizona series (May 13-15) to earn her second Pac-10 POW award               Sacrifice Hits                                           1, 10 Times (last vs. Utah State, 2/20/11)
of the year ... ranked first among Pac-10 players in doubles, fourth in hits, fifth in average, tied for fifth   Sacrifice Flies                               1, Five Times (last vs. North Dakota State, 2/12/11)
in total bases and seventh in runs ... hit .425 during Pac-10 play with five homers and a team-best 21         Stolen Bases                                            1, 10 Times (last vs. Utah State, 2/11/11)
RBI, 16 runs and seven doubles ... was one of three Bruins to start all 61 games.                             Hit by Pitches                                         1, Six Times (last vs. Oregon State, 4/2/11)

  CAREER STATISTICS
  YEAR        AVG         GP-GS          AB          R         H        2B       3B       HR        RBI        TB      SLG%         BB        HBP         SO        GDP         OB%         SF       SH        SB-ATT
  2008        .362        60-60          188         31       68        16        2        4        45        100      .532         16         2          23         2          .417        0         3         1-1
  2009        .323        53-53          167         48       54        13        4        5        39         90      .539         21         2          12         0          .403        1         3         5-6
  2010        .391        61-61          207         55        81       19        1       10         53       132      .638         24         0          13         1          .451        2         3         3-4
  2011        .353        41-41          136         32       48        13        1        4        26         75      .551         17         2           7         0          .427        2         1         1-2
  TOTALS      .360       215-215         698        166       251       61        8       23        163       397      .569         78         6          55         3          .426        5        10        10-13


                                         NINE-TIME PACIFIC-10 CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS (1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1993, 1999, 2002, 2006, 2009)
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                                                2011                                                               field ... had three hits in 16 at-bats (.188), scoring nine times and driving in her first collegiate run on
                                                Reed has played in 18 games, making 10 starts (8 at                a bases-loaded walk on Feb. 13 against Northwestern ... crossed home plate in each of her first four
                                                DP, 2 at 2B) ... has six hits in 38 at-bats (.158) with eight      games ... recorded her first collegiate hit in her first start vs. South Dakota State (Feb. 15) ... also had
                                                runs scored, two runs batted in, five walks and a double            singles against Arizona (April 4) and Oregon State (May 2) ... walked against Simon Fraser (Feb. 17)
                                                ... posted her first-career, two-hit game against Cal State         and Notre Dame (March 10) ... stole bases vs. Maryland (Feb. 22) and Oregon (May 1).
                                                Fullerton on March 12, driving in and scoring a run ...
                                                doubled versus Long Beach State (March 11) ... singled in          WILSON HIGH SCHOOL
                                                the Bruins’ lone run against Baylor on March 4 ... singled         Reed was a three-sport athlete at Wilson HS in Long Beach ... was a middle infielder for four years,
                                                and scored a run versus Cal Poly on March 5 ... also had a         a middle blocker for two years in volleyball and a runner and jumper for one year in track and field ...
                                                single against Utah (Feb. 19) ... scored and walked twice          earned All-Moore League, All-CIF and team MVP honors ... also named to Rod Carew All-Tournament
                                                against Utah State ... also scored versus San Diego State          Team and All-Dream Team ... was a team captain for the softball and volleyball squads ... played club
                                                (Feb. 13), Utah State (Feb. 20), Saint Mary’s (March 13)           for There’s No Tomorrow (TNT) and USA Victory ... helped TNT to a 14-U National title in 2005.
                                                and UC Santa Barbara (March 29).
                                                                                                                   PERSONAL
                                                                                                                   Born Marti LaChelle Reed on Jan. 16, 1990 in Long Beach ... parents are Marcia and Marty Reed ...
                                          2010
                                                                                                                   youngest of three children ... has an older sister, Mareé and an older brother, Marques ... chose to
                                          Appeared in 24 contests, making four starts ... started
       #4 M    R   ARTI EED               three consecutive games at second base (March 28-April
                                                                                                                   play softball because of the thrill and rush of a pressure situation ... favorites include the TV show
                                                                                                                   “The Office”, the movie “Cool Runnings”, eating buffalo wings and carrots and singer India Arie ...
     JR • UTIL • 5-8                      2) and the Regional opener in right field against Saint                   hobbies include singing, dancing and drawing ... favorite class is art and architecture ... is a member
                                          Mary’s on May 21 ... had four hits in 23 at-bats (.174)
     B /T       : R/R
        ATS HROWS                         with five runs batted in, one double, nine runs scored and
                                                                                                                   of Athletes in Action, Afrikan Student Union, Alumni Scholarship Committee and Bruin Athletic Council
                                                                                                                   ... majoring in sociology and contemplating a career in architecture and urban design.
      L B     ,C .
        ONG EACH ALIF                     four walks ... went 1-for-3 with an RBI single against Saint
                                          Mary’s ... scored the game-tying run in the bottom of the
        W     HSILSON                     seventh inning of the Women’s College World Series                       CAREER HIGHS
                                          Finals opener against Arizona on June 7 ... recorded an                  AT-BA TS                4, vs. Long Beach State (3/11/11) and vs. Cal State Fullerton (3/12/11)
RBI double and scored a run in the first game of a doubleheader versus UNLV (March 27) ... had an                   Runs Scored                     2, vs. Cal State Fullerton (2/24/10) and vs. Utah State (2/11/11)
RBI single and scored twice against Cal State Fullerton on Feb. 24 ... posted a bases-loaded walk                  Hits                                                             2, vs. Cal State Fullerton (3/12/11)
against Portland State on Feb. 21 and a sacrifice fly in the first game of a twinbill at Bakersfield                   Runs Batted In                                 1, Eight Times (last vs. Cal State Fullerton, 3/12/11)
on March 21 ... had a single and scored a run at Oregon State on April 18 ... also scored versus                   Doubles                                1, vs. UNLV (3/27/10) and vs. Long Beach State (3/11/11)
Tennessee (Feb. 13), UTEP (March 6), Loyola Marymount (March 28) and Stanford (April 25) ... drew                  Total Bases 2, vs. UNLV (3/27/10), vs. Long Beach St. (3/11/11) and vs. CS Fullerton (3/12/11)
a walk in three straight games (March 28-April 2).                                                                 Walks                                                                     2, vs. Utah State (2/11/11)
                                                                                                                   Stolen Bases                                    1, vs. Maryland (2/22/09) and vs. Oregon (5/1/09)
2009                                                                                                               Sacrifice Flies                                                       1, at CSU Bakersfield (3/21/10)
Played in 25 games, making five starts ... started four games at designated player and one in right                 Hit by Pitch                                                              1, vs. Utah State (2/11/11)

  CAREER STATISTICS
  YEAR         AVG         GP-GS           AB          R         H        2B       3B       HR         RBI         TB         SLG%       BB        HBP        SO           GDP            OB%        SF       SH      SB-ATT
  2009         .188         25-5           16           9        3         0        0        0          1           3         .188        3         0          5            0             .316       0         0       2-2
  2010         .174         24-4           23           9        4         1        0        0          5           5         .217        4         0          8            0             .286       1         0       0-0
  2011         .158        18-10           38          8          6        1        0        0          2           7         .184        5         1          9            1             .273       0         0       0-1
  TOTALS       .169        67-19           77          26        13        2        0        0          8          15         .195       12         1         22            1             .286       1         0       2-3

                                               2011                                                                struck out a season-best 12 against SIU Edwardsville on Feb. 18, allowing two unearned runs in nine
                                               Kerr leads the team with a 1.73 earned run average and              innings ... gave up one unearned run in 3 2/3 innings versus Utah on Feb. 19, striking out two, before
                                               131 strikeouts, posting a 12-4 record and two saves in              leaving with an injury on a rundown play at the plate ... tossed her second career no-hitter (101st in
                                               117 1/3 innings ... has eight complete games and two                UCLA history) against Utah State on Feb. 11 ... struck out 11 in five frames, including four in the first
                                               solo shutouts ... is sixth in UCLA history in appearances           inning, allowing only three baserunners ... gave up two unearned runs in five innings versus North
                                               (112), eighth in strikeouts (678) and 10th in wins (63) ...         Dakota St. (Feb. 12), fanning six ... went the distance vs. San Diego St. (Feb. 13), striking out three.
                                               pitched in all three games against Washington ... took a
                                               no-hitter into the seventh inning on Thursday, settling for         2010 - Was named All-Pac-10 honorable mention after leading the Bruins in wins (18-7 record),
                                               a one-hitter and striking out six in a shutout win ... retired      innings (150.1), strikeouts (185) and opposing batting average (.192), while placing third with a 2.47
                                               17 in a row from the first through the sixth ... pitched 10          ERA ... ranked 38th nationally in K’s per seven and 39th in fewest hits allowed per seven ... was fifth
                                               innings of relief on Friday and Saturday, striking out three        among Pac-10 players in strikeouts and OBA, seventh in wins, ninth in innings and 10th in ERA ...
                                               in three frames on Friday (two runs allowed) and five in             pitched the final out of the National Championship clinching game against Arizona on June 8, striking
                                               seven frames on Saturday (three earned runs allowed)                out Lauren Schutzler, and fanning four in 2 2/3 innings ... gave up three runs, four hits and two walks
                                               ... earned a win on April 15 at Arizona State, striking out         in her only outing at the WCWS ... started the Super Regional clinching contest versus Louisiana-
                                                six in 6 1/3 innings and allowing a run and three hits             Lafayette (May 30) and allowed just one unearned run and three hits in 2 1/3 innings while fanning
                                                ... struck out seven in the opener of the Stanford series          four ... also started the postseason opener against Saint Mary’s on May 21 and struck out nine in 5
      #5 D    K    ONNA ERR                    on April 8 ... earned wins in the first and last games of            2/3 innings in a victory ... was named Pac-10 Pitcher of the Week on Feb. 23 for the third time in her
      SR • P • 5-7                             the Oregon State series ... fanned four and gave up one
                                               earned run and two hits in five innings on April 1 ... struck
                                                                                                                   career after tossing 13 scoreless innings in victories over UCSB (3 IP, 3 K) on Feb. 17, Northridge (5
                                                                                                                   IP, 11 K) on Feb. 19 and Portland State (5 IP, 9 K) on Feb. 21, allowing one hit in all three outings ...
     B /T      : R/R
          ATS HROWS                            out five and allowed two runs and three hits in 4 2/3                won each of her first six starts of the season, tying a season high with 11 strikeouts and tossing four
      S D ,C .
            AN IEGO ALIF                       frames on April 3 ... struck out six in a five-inning, two-hit
                                               victory against Ohio on March 24 ... fanned five in three
                                                                                                                   shutout innings against Florida Atlantic (Feb. 13) and fanning nine versus Georgia (Feb. 14) ... struck
                                                                                                                   out at least seven in 14 games ... did not allow an earned run in 26 2/3 consecutive innings from
     P     H     HS
            ATRICK ENRY                        frames of one-hit relief to earn a save in the second game          March 23-April 2 ... tossed a four-hit shutout at Washington on April 1, striking out eight ... fanned 10
                                               of a March 29 doubleheader against UC Santa Barbara ...             in five scoreless innings in a win at LMU on March 28 ... pitched four hitless frames of relief to pick up
had 24 strikeouts in 17 2/3 innings at the Long Beach Marriott Invitational ... allowed three unearned             a win against UNLV on March 27 ... struck out 10 at Arizona on May 14 ... set down eight in a one-hit
runs in a complete-game, two-hitter against Long Beach State (March 11), striking out five ... fanned               triumph against North Carolina (March 10) ... named Pac-10 All-Academic honorable mention.
nine in a complete-game victory versus Cal State Fullerton on March 12, allowing two runs and five
hits ... struck out 10 in 5 2/3 frames of relief, her 17th-career, double-figure strikeout contest, against         2009 - Led the Bruins in wins with 19, strikeouts (230), shutouts with six and complete games
BYU later that night, giving up only one run and four hits ... fanned seven against Baylor on March 4              with 16 ... posted a 2.76 ERA and one save in 167 1/3 innings ... held opposing hitters to a .183
... returned from a right ankle injury at the Cathedral City Classic and gutted out a pair of outstanding          batting average ... was 13th in the nation in strikeouts per seven innings (9.6) ... ranked third among
performances against Oklahoma (Feb. 25) and Northwestern (Feb. 27) ... tossed five shutout frames                   Pac-10 players in opposing BA, sixth in wins, eighth in innings and ninth in ERA ... had eight double-
versus Oklahoma, striking out seven and giving up just two hits in a win ... didn’t factor in the decision         figure strikeout contests, recording a career-best 16 in a three-hit shutout at San Diego on March
against Northwestern, striking out eight and giving up three runs and eight hits in seven innings ...              1 that helped her earn Pac-10 Pitcher of the Week honors the following day ... fanned 15 against

  CAREER STATISTICS                                                                                                                                           CAREER HIGHS
  YEAR         ERA         W-L        APP         GS        CG        SHO/CBO        SV         IP            H          R       ER        BB       SO
                                                                                                                                                              IN N IN G S PITC H E D       9.0, vs. SIU Edwardsville (2/18/11)
  2008         0.93        14-2        20         19         8          5/5          0         105.2         56          26       14       26       132
  2009         2.76        19-6        35         26        16          6/1          1         167.1         109        70        66       59       230       Strikeouts                            16, at San Diego (3/1/09)
  2010         2.47        18-7        33         30        10          6/4          0         150.1         107         67       53        71      185
                                                                                                                                                              No-Hitters               3/2/08 vs. Saint Peter’s (Perfect Game)
  2011         1.73        12-4        24         18         8          2/1          2         117.1          86         40      29        45       131
  TOTALS       2.10       63-19       112         93        42         19/11         3         540.2         358        203      162       201      678                                                2/11/11 vs. Utah State

                                12-TIME NATIONAL CHAMPIONS (AIAW - 1978; NCAA - 1982, 1984, 1985, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1992, 1999, 2003, 2004, 2010)
                                                                   UCLA SOFTBALL WEEKLY RELEASE • APRIL 27, 2011 • PAGE 16

Northwestern on Feb. 13, 12 against Utah (Feb. 27) and 11 against Notre Dame on March 10 ...                 innings in a win vs. Cal on April 5 ... blanked Missouri on Feb. 15, striking out eight in a three-hitter.
added 10-strikeout games against Purdue (Feb. 7), Cal Poly (Feb. 8), Fullerton (Feb. 25) and UCSB
(March 24) ... pitched shutouts against South Dakota State (Feb. 15), Syracuse (March 7), UCSB               SUMMER ‘07 - Helped the USA Softball Junior WNT to gold at the ISF Junior Women’s World
(March 24), Oregon (May 1) and Stanford (May 9) ... hurled four, one-hit complete games against              Championships in June ... did not allow a run in five appearances, going 1-0 with a save and 18 K’s in
Purdue, Syracuse, Oregon and Oregon State (May 3) ... allowed no earned runs in 25 1/3 innings               nine innings ... gave up just two hits and three walks ... also helped her ASA team, the OC Batbusters,
from March 1-8 and no earned runs in 24 2/3 innings from April 5-May 9 ... earned a save against             to a runner-up finish at Gold Nationals, posting 30 K’s in 25 2/3 innings of work with a 5-1 record.
FIU on March 6 ... named honorable mention Pac-10 All-Academic.
                                                                                                             PATRICK HENRY HIGH SCHOOL - Kerr was a three-sport athlete at Patrick Henry High School in San
2008 - Led the Bruins with a 0.93 ERA as a freshman, posting a 14-2 record and 132 strikeouts                Diego ... earned All-Eastern League, All-CIF, All-County and CalHi State first-team honors her final
in 105 2/3 innings ... appeared in 20 games, starting 19, throwing 18 complete games and five                 three seasons ... named to EA Sports All-American first team as a senior ... set San Diego County CIF
shutouts ... named Pac-10 honorable mention and All-Pac-10 Freshman ... ranked seventh in the                records for career strikeouts with 914, consecutive strikeouts in one game with 23 and consecutive
nation in ERA and fewest hits allowed per seven innings and 26th in strikeouts per seven ... was             strikeouts over two games with 31 ... named City of San Diego Female Prep Athlete of the Year for
second among Pac-10 players in ERA, third in opposing BA (.153) and 10th in wins and strikeouts              2004-05 ... also earned two letters in soccer, receiving All-CIF and All-Eastern League honors, and
... threw a perfect game, the 17th in UCLA history, on March 2 against Saint Peter’s ... retired all 15      one letter in cross country ... earned San Diego Academic first-team honors in 2007.
batters she faced, striking out seven ... was named Pac-10 Pitcher of the Week on March 4 after
going 3-0 with 21 strikeouts in 15 innings and allowing only two hits combined in wins vs. Bakersfield        PERSONAL - Born Donna Adele Kerr on April 16, 1989 in San Diego, Calif. ... parents are Linda and
(Feb. 27), San Diego (Feb. 29) and Saint Peter’s ... tossed a complete-game, four-hitter in her first         Bill Kerr ... has an older brother, Jimmy, who attended USC ... favorite class is art of film ... lists the
collegiate start against nationally-ranked Oklahoma on Feb. 8, striking out nine in the victory ... had      pressure and the competition as reasons she likes playing softball ... biggest athletic thrills were
four double-figure strikeout games, fanning a season-best 15 in a two-hit shutout of Northwestern             the final out of the 2010 Women’s College World Series, as well as pitching in and winning Junior
(March 9) ... struck out 11 against USD and Northridge (March 13) and 10 at UCSB (March 25) ...              Women’s Nationals with Team USA ... admires San Francisco Giants pitcher Tim Lincecum ... favorites
threw 26 straight scoreless from Feb. 22-March 7 ... allowed just one earned run in 57 innings from          include actor George Clooney, the Ocean’s and Bourne trilogy movies and the San Diego Padres and
Feb. 22-April 2 (0.12 ERA) ... threw one-hitters against Hawai’i (Feb. 23) and USD ... tossed six no-hit     Chargers ... hobbies include going to the beach and running ... majoring in political science.

                                             2011                                                            ranked fourth among All-Pac-10 players in batting average, tied for fifth in doubles and tied for 10th
                                             Camuso made her season debut on April 6 against Loyola          in hits ... set a UCLA single-game record with five runs scored against Santa Clara on Feb. 9 ... also
                                             Marymount after undergoing hip surgery in December ...          went 4-for-4 with seven RBI and a home run against the Broncos ... collected her first collegiate RBI
                                             had a single versus LMU and a pair of singles on April          in the season opener against Nevada (Feb. 8) and belted her first career homer, a two-run shot, later
                                             8 against Stanford ... is 3-for-31 (.097) with two hit by       that day against Oklahoma, going 2-for-3 with two runs scored ... went 5-for-10 (.500) with three runs
                                             pitches on Thursday and Saturday against Washington ...         and three RBI during the Regionals (May 16-18), hitting two home runs against Nevada (May 17 and
                                             has started at DP nine times and at first base once.             18) ... hit the go-ahead bomb in the sixth inning of the Regional-clinching game to lift the Bruins to a
                                                                                                             4-3 victory ... went 2-for-3 with a run, a walk and a double in Game 1 of the Super Regionals against
                                              2010                                                           Georgia (May 24) ... earned Pac-10 POW honors on April 8 after going 6-for-13 (.462) with two RBI in
                                              Had an outstanding NCAA Tournament that saw her hit            wins over Washington, Stanford and Cal (twice) ... had 18 multiple-hit contests, which was third on
                                              .467 (14-for-30) with a team-best eight homers, 21 runs        the squad ... posted three-hit games against Bakersfield (Feb. 27), San Diego (Feb. 29) and Stanford
                                              batted in and a 1.400 slugging percentage, to go with          (April 27), as well as 14 two-hit contests ... registered eight multiple-RBI games ... had an RBI in every
                                              11 runs scored and four doubles ... was named to the           game of the SD Classic (Feb. 29-March 2), finishing with seven runs batted in and a .533 average
                                              Women’s College World Series All-Tournament Team,              (8-for-15) ... recorded six game-winning RBI ... drove in the go-ahead run on a sacrifice fly in the top of
                                              batting .375 (6-for-16) in Oklahoma City with three            the ninth vs. San Diego State on March 1 and had a walk-off game winner on an RBI double against
   #7 S       C
             AMANTHA AMUSO                    homers and seven RBI ... hit .326 on the season with 16        Long Beach on March 9 ... Top 25 finalist for the USA Softball Player of the Year award.
                                              home runs and 53 RBI ... tied for 37th in the nation in
   RS JR • UTIL • 5-7                         home runs ... was third on the team with a .669 slugging       FOOTHILL HIGH SCHOOL - Camuso played four years of softball and two seasons of basketball at
    B /T       : L/R
         ATS HROWS                            percentage, tied for third in runs batted in, fourth in home   Foothill High School in Palo Cedro, Calif. ... named All-Eastern League first team each season and
                                              runs and fifth in total bases (115) and walks (23) ... comes    three-time all-section ... received Northern Section MVP and CalHi All-State underclassman team
     R      ,C .
             EDDING ALIF
                                              into the 2011 season in sixth place all-time in UCLA           accolades her final two seasons ... earned Team MVP honors with the Cougars in 2006 and 2007
       F      HS
               OOTHILL                        history in slugging (.608) ... went 2-for-4 with two runs      ... was named first-team All-American by NFCA as a junior and by EA Sports as a senior ... earned
                                              scored and a solo homer in the National Championship           Foothill Scholar Athlete of the Year plaudits in 2007 ... helped FHS to the school’s first softball section
clinching game against Arizona on June 8 ... reached in all three plate appearances against Georgia          championship in her senior season ... hit .711 during her senior year, the third-best total in the state,
(June 6) in the WCWS semifinals on a three-run homer, a walk and a hit by pitch ... launched a two-run        with 57 runs scored, 10 home runs and a state-best 69 hits ... earned All-League honors in basketball
homer against Hawai’i on June 4 and went 2-for-4 with an RBI and a pair of doubles in the WCWS               in 2006 ... had the highest GPA in her graduating class and was an AP Scholar with Honors.
opener versus Florida (June 3) ... hit home runs in each of the first five postseason games ... went 2-
for-2 with a three-run homer and an RBI double in the tournament opener against Saint Mary’s (May            PERSONAL - Born Samantha Ashley Camuso on Dec. 21, 1988 in San Jose, Calif. ... parents are
21) ... hit a solo homer against San Diego State (May 22) and a two-run shot versus Fresno State             Becky and Kenny Camuso ... has two younger sisters, Mandy, a sophomore infielder at Saint Mary’s,
(May 23) in the Regional Championship game ... went 3-for-3 with a solo homer and a two-run double           and Mia ... father played baseball at De Anza Community College and grandfather Chuck was an
in the first Super Regional contest against Louisiana-Lafayette (May 29) ... hit a grand slam in the          NBA official and coaches high school baseball ... chose UCLA to be challenged both athletically
Super Regional clincher on May 30 ... had 14 multiple-hit games and 13 multiple-RBI contests ... tied        and academically and to be part of a winning tradition ... favorite academic class is biology ... lists
a season high with four runs batted in during the first game of a twinbill at UC Santa Barbara (Feb.          her biggest athletic highlight as making a verbal commitment to UCLA ... admires former Bruin Dot
17), going 2-for-2 with a three-run homer, two runs scored and two walks ... hit a pair of long balls        Richardson for her accomplishments both in softball and as an orthopedic surgeon ... favorites
on Feb. 19 at the Stacy Winsberg Memorial Tournament, going 2-for-2 with three RBI and two runs              include the movie “Rudy”, actor Adam Sandler, the band Rascal Flatts and eating Grammy Camuso’s
against Cal State Northridge, while hitting a three-run bomb against Cal Poly ... also homered twice         spaghetti ... hobbies include hitting with her dad ... majoring in psychobiology.
on Feb. 26 at the Cathedral City Classic, going 2-for-2 with a solo bomb against Colorado State and
2-for-3 with a two-run shot versus Texas ... went 4-for-5 with three RBI and three runs at the San Diego     CAREER HIGHS
Classic (March 5-6) in games against Fresno State and UTEP ... had three hits and scored twice in the        AT-BA TS                                                                  6, vs. Stanford (4/8/11)
first game of a doubleheader at CSU Bakersfield on March 21 ... also homered against Florida Atlantic          Runs Scored                                                           5, vs. Santa Clara (2/9/08)
(Feb. 13), Washington (April 2) and Stanford (April 23) ... ranked eighth among Pac-10 players in            Hits                                                                  4, vs. Santa Clara (2/9/08)
slugging, tied for eighth in homers and tied for 10th in total bases ... was named to the ESPN/CoSIDA        Runs Batted In                                                        7, vs. Santa Clara (2/9/08)
Academic All-District Team and the Pac-10 All-Academic Second Team.                                          Doubles                                      2, at San Diego (2/29/08) and vs. Florida (6/3/10)
                                                                                                             Triples                                             1, Four Times (last vs. Arizona State, 4/9/10)
2009 - Missed 2009 after undergoing right shoulder surgery and earned a medical redshirt.                    Home Runs                                                   1, 20 Times (last vs. Arizona, 6/8/10)
                                                                                                             Total Bases                  7, vs. Santa Clara (2/9/08) and vs. Louisiana-Lafayette (5/29/10)
2008 - Was one of three Bruins to start all 60 games, making 58 starts in right field and two in left         Walks                                         2, Four Times (last at UC Santa Barbara, 2/17/10)
... led the team with a .366 batting average, tied for third with four home runs and was fourth with         Sacrifice Hits 1, vs. Long Beach St. (3/9/08), at Cal (4/25/08) and at CS Bakersfield (3/21/10)
36 runs batted in ... was also second in slugging percentage (.549), tied for second with 16 doubles         Sacrifice Flies                        1, at San Diego State (3/1/08) and vs. Georgia (2/14/10)
and a .434 on base percentage, third in total bases (96) and tied for first in triples (2) ... named          Stolen Bases                                                           1, at San Diego (2/29/08)
second-team All-Pacific Region and All-Pac-10, and honored on the All-Pac-10 Freshman first team ...           Hit by Pitches                                      1, Nine Times (last vs. Washington, 4/23/11)

  CAREER STATISTICS
  YEAR        AVG         GP-GS          AB         R         H         2B       3B      HR        RBI        TB      SLG%         BB        HBP        SO        GDP         OB%         SF        SH       SB-ATT
  2008        .366        60-60          175        25       64         16        2       4        36         96      .549         19         3         35         3          .434        1          2        1-1
  2010        .326        59-59          172        34       56          7        2      16        53        115      .669         23         4         46         6          .415        1          1        0-0
  2011        .097        10-10           31         0        3          0        0       0         0          3      .097          0         2          5         0          .152        0          0        0-0
  TOTALS      .325       129-129         378        59       123        23        4      20        89        214      .566         42         9         86         9          .404        2          3        1-1


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                                               2011                                                            team-best 11-game stretch from March 21-April 10 ... hit .459 (17-for-37) during that streak with 14
                                               Note: Harrison will wear #18 for the remainder of the           runs batted in, six home runs, 10 runs scored and five doubles ... had six multi-hit and five multi-RBI
                                               season to honor her sister Monica, who will not play            games during the streak and drove in a run in each of the last seven contests ... had a pair of hits and
                                               this year due to an injury. Harrison, who was named a           a two-run homer against CSU Bakersfield (March 21) and Long Beach State (March 26) ... notched
                                               Top 25 Finalist for the USA Softball Player of the Year         two hits, two runs and two RBI in both ends of a doubleheader at Loyola Marymount on March 28,
                                               Award on April 13, leads the Bruins in all three triple         smacking a two-run shot in the first game and a pair of solo bombs in the nightcap for her first career
                                               crown categories with a .395 batting average, 13 home           two-homer contest ... homered in her third straight game, a solo shot, on April 9 against Arizona
                                               runs and 44 runs batted in ... is also first with an .807        State ... drove in three and scored twice against UNLV (March 27) ... tallied a 10-game hitting streak
                                               slugging, a .523 on base percentage and 27 walks, tied          from Feb. 19-27, batting .417 (15-for-36) with six RBI, two homers and seven runs scored ... had five
                                               for first with six hit by pitches, second with 33 runs scored    multiple-hit contests during the streak, belting solo home runs against Cal State Northridge (Feb.
                                               and tied for second with 10 doubles ... is fourth in UCLA       19) and Baylor (Feb. 27) ... was named Pac-10 Player of the Week after hitting a pair of home runs
                                               history in slugging (.649), tied for eighth in hit by pitches   in back-to-back games against Oregon on May 1 and 2 ... went 3-for-3 with a pair of two-run bombs
                                               (15) and ninth in home runs (38) ... second on the team         and three runs scored on May 1 and 2-for-3 with another pair of two-run shots and two runs scored
                                               with 14 multiple-hit games (50 career) and tied for             on May 2 ... added a two-run homer at Stanford on April 24 ... had two RBI in three straight contests
                                               second with nine multi-RBI contests (35 career) ... posted      against Oregon State (April 18) and Stanford (April 23-24) ... crossed home plate multiple times on
                                               hits in all three games last weekend against Washington,        10 occasions ... ranked fourth among Pac-10 players in total bases and doubles (tied), tied for sixth
  #8/#18 A                 H
                   NDREA ARRISON going 4-for-10 (.400) with a two-run homer on Friday and                      in home runs, seventh in slugging, ninth in RBI and tied for 10th in hits.
    JR • OF               • 5-7                a pair of singles on Saturday ... had six straight multiple-
                                                                                                               2009
    B /T  ATS HROWS        : L/L               hit games from March 29-April 8 ... produced hits in 12 of
                                               13 contests from March 11-April 8, hitting .718 with six        Was named to the Pac-10 All-Freshman and honorable mention All-Pac-10 teams after her first
   G     G
        ARDEN ROVE ALIF    ,C .                homers, 24 RBI and 16 runs during that stretch ... went         season ... started all 56 games in left field ... led the Bruins with 12 sacrifice hits ... hit .303 with eight
                                                                                                               home runs and 34 runs batted in, which was fourth on the team ... tied for fourth with nine doubles
      P         ACIFICA   HS                   3-for-6 with three RBI and a pair of homers, including a
                                               solo, walk-off shot in the bottom of the 14th inning on         ... had 19 walks and a .503 slugging percentage ... tied for first among Pac-10 players in sacrifices ...
                                               April 8 against Stanford ... had a pair of hits and an RBI      posted 14 multiple-hit games, going 3-for-3 with a pair of doubles against Stanford on May 9 ... had
on April 6 versus Loyola Marymount ... was named Pac-10 Player of the Week for the second time                 13 two-hit contests, including eight during the first month of the season ... notched an eight-game
this season (third career) on April 12 after hitting .833 (10-for-12) in five games with nine RBI, eight        hitting streak from March 28 to April 17, batting .391 (9-for-23) with three runs scored and three runs
runs and two homers ... became the 14th Bruin to post at least six RBI in one game and the first to             batted in ... tied for third on the squad with 11 multi-RBI contests ... drove in a season-high four and
do it three times in a UCLA career on April 3 against Oregon State, going 2-for-2 with a grand slam, an        had a three-run homer at Arizona State on April 25 ... went 2-for-4 with three RBI, two runs scored and
RBI single and a sacrifice fly ... notched her second-career, four-hit game on April 1 and went 2-for-3          a bomb at UNLV (Feb. 13) ... also had three RBI, going 2-for-3 against Longwood on March 8 ... had
with three runs scored on April 2 ... posted a seven-game hitting streak from March 5-24, batting              eight games with at least two hits and a pair of RBI ... tallied four game-winning RBI ... hit a walk-off,
.667 (14-for-21) with 11 RBI, seven runs scored, six doubles and two homers ... went 2-for-2 with a            two-run homer in the 11th inning against Washington on April 10 ... also homered against San Diego
three-run homer in the second game of a doubleheader against UC Santa Barbara on March 29 ...                  State (Feb. 8), Kentucky (Feb. 14), Maryland (Feb. 22), Arizona State (April 26) and Fresno State (May
was named Pac-10 Player of the Week on March 15 after hitting .750 (12-for-16) at the Long Beach               17) ... scored twice in a game three times against UNLV, N.C. State (Feb. 21) and Fresno State.
Marriott Invitational (March 11-13) with 10 RBI, five runs, two homers and five doubles ... posted her
first-career, four-hit game against Cal State Fullerton on March 12, driving in four runs ... went 3-for-       PACIFICA HIGH SCHOOL
                                                                                                               Harrison was a four-year letterwinner at Pacifica High School in Garden Grove, Calif. ... was named
3 with five RBI, a homer and a double versus Saint Mary’s (March 13) ... notched a pair of two-hit
                                                                                                               Orange County Register Player of the Year following her senior season after hitting .393 with 13
games on March 11 with two doubles and a run scored against Sacramento State and a double and
                                                                                                               homers and 44 RBI ... was a four-time all-league selection and was named Empire League MVP in
a homer versus Long Beach State ... walked three times, scored a run and stole her first collegiate
                                                                                                               2008 ... also earned NFCA All-American, All-State and All-Region accolades as a junior and senior ...
base against Cal Poly on March 5 ... belted a three-run homer against BYU on March 4, also walking
                                                                                                               recorded a .410 career batting average and 24 home runs, as well as 127 RBI, an Orange County
and getting hit by a pitch ... hit solo homers against Cal State Northridge on Feb. 23 and Utah on Feb.
                                                                                                               record ... helped the Mariners to a 2007 CIF Championship and was MVP of the CIF D-II Tournament in
19 ... went 10-for-17 (.588) during the Stacy Winsberg Memorial Tournament with 12 RBI, eight runs
                                                                                                               2008 ... played club with OC Batbusters, which won the 2006 18-U Gold Nationals Championship.
scored, three home runs and three walks ... tied career highs with three hits, two homers (fifth-career,
two-homer game) and six RBI against San Diego State on Feb. 13 ... had a three-run homer, a two-run
                                                                                                               PERSONAL
shot and an RBI single against the Aztecs, also reaching on a walk in her other plate appearance ...
                                                                                                               Born Andrea Kelley Harrison on May 9, 1990 in Newport Beach, Calif. ... parents are Scott and Rita
went 3-for-4 with three runs and four RBI on a two-run homer and a two-run single versus Utah State
                                                                                                               Harrison ... has two older sisters, Maria and Monica, a senior shortstop on the UCLA softball team
(Feb. 11) ... in two games versus North Dakota State, had two hits and an RBI single (Feb. 11) and
                                                                                                               ... chose UCLA because it is the best place for academics and athletics ... hobbies include going to
notched an RBI double and two runs scored (Feb. 12).
                                                                                                               the beach and singing all types of music at every hour of the day ... lists her biggest athletic thrill as
                                                                                                               winning a National Championship in 2010 ... favorites include the television show “Law and Order:
2010
                                                                                                               SVU”, country music and the Los Angeles Lakers ... majoring in history with plans to be a historian,
Was named to the Women’s College World Series All-Tournament Team after setting a WCWS record
                                                                                                               focusing on U.S. history with an emphasis on the Civil War.
with 11 runs batted in and tying a Series mark with four home runs ... earned NFCA All-Region and
first-team All-Pac-10 honors ... was third on the team with a .343 batting average and 17 homers and
second with 55 RBI, a .677 slugging percentage and 134 total bases ... was also tied for second with           CAREER HIGHS
15 doubles, 68 hits and six hit by pitches ... tied for 28th nationally in home runs and was 44th in RBI       AT-BA TS                                                                       6, vs. Stanford (4/8/11)
per game ... hit .282 (11-for-39) in the postseason with four homers and 14 RBI and .286 (6-for-21)            Runs Scored       3, vs. Oregon (5/1/10), vs. Utah State (2/11/11) and vs. Oregon State (4/2/11)
in Oklahoma City ... hit the first grand slam in WCWS Finals history in the National Championship               Hits                            4, vs. Cal State Fullerton (3/12/11) and vs. Oregon State (4/1/11)
clinching game against Arizona on June 8 ... went 2-for-4 with a double in the first matchup of the             Runs Batted In 6, vs. Florida (6/3/10), vs. San Diego St. (2/13/11) and vs. Oregon St. (4/3/11)
Finals (June 7) ... tied a World Series record with two home runs in the opener versus Florida (June 3)        Doubles      2, vs. Stanford (5/9/09), at Oregon St. (4/16/10) and vs. Sacramento St. (3/11/11)
on a pair of three-run shots ... became the 12th Bruin all-time to drive in at least six runs in a contest     Home Runs                                                      2, Six Times (last vs. Stanford, 4/8/11)
... also launched a solo homer against Hawai’i on June 4 ... had five game-winning RBI on the season,           Total Bases      9, vs. Oregon (5/1/10), vs. San Diego State (2/13/11) and vs. Stanford (4/8/11)
including a walk-off single in the bottom of the seventh in the Regionals against San Diego State on           Walks                   3, at California (3/28/09), vs. Cal Poly (3/5/11) and vs. Stanford (4/9/11)
May 22 ... posted a pair of RBI in the first game of the Super Regionals versus Louisiana-Lafayette             Sacrifice Hits                                                1, 16 Times (last vs. Arkansas, 2/18/11)
(May 29) ... had hits in eight of the 10 postseason contests, including a pair in the NCAA Tournament          Sacrifice Flies                              1, vs. California (5/9/10) and vs. Oregon State (4/3/11)
opener against Saint Mary’s (May 21) ... was second on the squad with 15 multiple-RBI contests                 Stolen Bases                                                                    1, vs. Cal Poly (3/5/11)
and third with 22 multi-hit games ... produced a pair of double-figure hitting streaks, including a             Hit by Pitches                                     1, 15 Times (last vs. UC Santa Barbara, 3/29/11)

  CAREER STATISTICS
  YEAR        AVG          GP-GS          AB         R          H        2B       3B       HR        RBI        TB       SLG%         BB        HBP        SO        GDP         OB%          SF       SH        SB-ATT
  2009        .303         56-56          165        23         50        9        0        8         34        83       .503         19         3         36         0          .385         0        12         0-1
  2010        .343         58-58          198        35         68       15        0       17         55       134       .677         13         6         20         2          .399         1         3         0-0
  2011        .395         41-41          119        33         47       10        0       13        44         96       .807         27          6        15         0          .523         1         1         1-1
  TOTALS      .342        155-155         482        91        165       34        0       38        133       313       .649         59         15        71         2          .428         2        16         1-2




                               12-TIME NATIONAL CHAMPIONS (AIAW - 1978; NCAA - 1982, 1984, 1985, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1992, 1999, 2003, 2004, 2010)
                                                                    UCLA SOFTBALL WEEKLY RELEASE • APRIL 27, 2011 • PAGE 18

                                             2011                                                               CHINO HILLS HIGH SCHOOL
                                             Snow leads the Bruins and the Pac-10 with 10 sacrifice              Snow played four years of softball at Chino Hills High School ... was a four-time, first-team All-Sierra
                                             hits and is batting .261 with 14 runs batted in, 13 runs           League honoree ... named All-CIF and All-Valley as a junior and senior, as well as second-team All-
                                             scored, four doubles and 12 walks ... had hits in her first         State as a senior ... held a career batting average of .330, setting school records for hits, home runs,
                                             six Pac-10 contests, as well as seven of 12, singling,             RBI and runs scored ... became the first female to receive Chino Hills Athlete of the Year honors in
                                             walking and scoring on Friday against Washington ...               2010 ... was all-league academic each season and also earned a National Scholar-Athlete award
                                             walked and had a sacrifice on Saturday ... had hits in              ... was ASB Commissioner of Athletics as a senior ... named a team captain as a senior ... helped
                                             seven of eight games from March 29-April 10, batting               the Huskies to CIF semifinals placings in ‘09 and ‘10 ... coached by Leah O’Brien Amico and Mike
                                             .421 during the stretch with five RBI ... went 4-for-11             Southworth ... played four years of club with OC Batbusters.
                                             (.364) in the Stanford series (April 8-10) and 3-for-4
                                             (.750) with three RBI and two runs in the Oregon State             PERSONAL
                                             series (April 1-3) ... went 2-for-5 in the first game versus        Born Talee Marie Snow on March 7, 1992 in Fullerton, Calif. ... parents are Trista and Craig Snow
                                             Stanford (April 8), producing singles in each of the last          ... has two younger sisters, Tannon and Taylon ... chose UCLA because it is the perfect atmosphere
                                             two contests ... had an RBI single, scored a run and was           for her and tops in athletics and academics ... thing she likes the most about softball is the
                                             hit on April 1 versus Oregon State ... drove in a pair on an       competitiveness ... favorites include the band Nirvana, the movie “Grease”, the Los Angeles Angels
                                             RBI double and a bases-loaded walk, also laying down               and basketball player Michael Jordan ... lists her biggest athletic thrill as being a part of the Bruin
       #9 T  S    ALEE NOW                   a sacrifice on April 2 ... singled, scored, walked and              Bubble ... favorite hobby is working out and favorite class is history ... majoring in political science
     FR • INF • 5-5                          sacrificed on April 3 ... posted a two-run single and had a
                                             sacrifice in the first game of a doubleheader against UC
                                                                                                                with the career objective of becoming a lawyer.
     B /T      : R/R
         ATS HROWS                           Santa Barbara on March 29 ... had an RBI double and
                                                                                                                CAREER HIGHS
     C     H ,C .
         HINO ILLS ALIF                      scored against Saint Mary’s (March 13) ... drove in a pair
                                                                                                                AT-BA TS                                                                     5, vs. Stanford (4/8/11)
                                             on an RBI single and a bases-loaded walk, also scoring a
       C    H HS
            HINO ILLS                        run versus Cal State Fullerton (March 12) ... singled and          Runs Scored                                                              2, vs. Ohio State (2/27/11)
                                             scored versus Long Beach State (March 11) ... recorded             Hits                                         2, vs. Ohio State (2/27/11) and vs. Stanford (4/8/11)
a go-ahead, two-run double with two outs in the bottom of the sixth against Northwestern (Feb. 27)              RBI                                                    2, Five Times (last vs. Oregon State, 4/2/11)
... went 2-for-3 with two runs scored, an RBI single and a walk versus Ohio State (Feb. 27) ... was hit         Doubles                                               1, Four Times (last vs. Oregon State, 4/2/11)
with the bases loaded to notch an RBI against Oklahoma (Feb. 25), adding a sacrifice bunt ... walked,            Total Bases                                                  2, Six Times (last vs. Stanford, 4/8/11)
had a sacrifice and scored a run at Northridge on Feb. 23 ... became the 10th player in UCLA history             Walks                                                                            2, vs. UCF (2/12/11)
to post two sacrifice flies in one game against North Dakota State on Feb. 12 ... picked up her first              Sacrifice Hits                                                                 2, vs. Cal Poly (3/5/11)
collegiate hit in her first at-bat with a double versus Utah State (Feb. 11) ... went 1-for-3 with a run         Sacrifice Flies                                                  2, vs. North Dakota State (2/12/11)
scored against both North Dakota State (Feb. 11) and San Diego State (Feb. 13).                                 Hit by Pitches                          1, vs. Oklahoma (2/25/11) and vs. Oregon State (4/1/11)

  CAREER STATISTICS
  YEAR        AVG         GP-GS          AB          R         H         2B       3B       HR        RBI        TB        SLG%        BB       HBP        SO           GDP         OB%         SF       SH        SB-ATT
  2011        .261        39-39          69          13        18         4        0        0        14         22        .319        12        2          7            1          .376        2        10         0-1

                                              2011                                                              HART HIGH SCHOOL
                                              Rodino made her season debut in the second game of                Rodino was a four-year pitcher for Hart High School in Newhall, Calif. ... was a four-time All-Foothill
                                              a March 29 doubleheader against UC Santa Barbara,                 League, All-Area and All-City honoree, also earning three All-State and All-CIF accolades and two
                                              earning the win in a four-inning effort and striking out          team MVP awards ... earned second-team All-American honors as a senior, going 26-5 with a 0.75
                                              two while giving up three runs (two earned), three hits           ERA, 14 shutouts and 277 strikeouts in 214 innings ... was the 2008 Foothill League Most Valuable
                                              and one walk.                                                     Player after posting a 24-5 mark with a 0.41 ERA, 13 shutouts and 229 strikeouts in 190 innings
                                                                                                                ... named 2007 Los Angeles Times Pitcher of the Year and All-Region ... finished her career with 81
                                              2010                                                              wins (second most in Santa Clarita Valley history), 16 no-hitters, 51 shutouts, 839 strikeouts and a
                                                                                                                0.60 ERA ... helped the Indians to back-to-back co-Foothill League titles in 2008 and 2009 and a
                                              Appeared in eight games, making four starts ... had a 2-1
                                                                                                                CIF Runner-Up finish in 2007 ... was a teammate of fellow Bruin Devon Lindvall ... coached by Steven
                                              record with a 3.39 earned run average and 11 strikeouts
                                                                                                                Calendo ... played club with So Cal Choppers, which was third at 2007 Nationals.
                                              in 20 2/3 innings ... debuted in the first game of a
                                              doubleheader at UC Santa Barbara on Feb. 17, tossing a            PERSONAL
                                              pair of 1-2-3 innings with one strikeout ... first career start    Born Destiny Cierra Rodino on Dec. 21, 1990 in Santa Clarita, Calif. ... parents are Jennifer and Tim
                                              and win came against Cal State Northridge on Feb. 20, as          Rodino ... has one younger brother, Dino ... chose to attend UCLA because it was a lifelong dream
    #13 DESTINY RODINO                        she allowed one unearned run and one hit in four innings          to be a part of the most successful program in the history of college softball ... lists her hobbies
     SO • P • 5-10                            with three strikeouts ... gave up just one earned run in          as basketball, shopping, music, coloring and dancing ... the top reason she competes in softball
                                              her first 10 collegiate frames ... started in the second           is because of the competition and succeeding in pressure situations ... favorite class is math ...
    BATS/THROWS: L/L                          game of a twinbill at Cal Poly and picked up the victory,         famous athlete she most admires is former UCLA star Dot Richardson ... favorites include Minnesota
      VALENCIA, CALIF.                        allowing just one run and five hits in six innings with three      Vikings’ running back Adrian Peterson, the movie “Enchanted” and singer Trey Songz ... majoring in
         HART HS                              strikeouts ... fanned three at Oregon State on April 17.          psychology with thoughts of becoming a sport psychologist.


  CAREER STATISTICS                                                                                                                                       CAREER HIGHS
  YEAR        ERA         W-L        APP        GS        CG        SHO/CBO         SV         IP          H         R        ER        BB       SO       IN N IN G S PITC H E D               6.0, at Cal Poly (3/23/10)
  2010        3.39        2-1         8         4          0          0/1           0         20.2         23        16       10         6       11       Strikeouts               3, vs. Cal State Northridge (2/20/10)
  2011        3.50        1-0         1         1          0          0/0           0          4.0          3         3        2         1        2                                               3, at Cal Poly (3/23/10)
  TOTALS      3.41        3-1         9         5          0          0/1           0         24.2         26        19       12         7       13                                         3, at Oregon State (4/17/10)




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                                              2011                                                             2-for-2 with a solo homer and two runs scored in the first game of a March 29 twinbill versus UCSB
                                              Hall holds a 15-6 record, a 2.24 earned run average and          ... hit a solo homer and walked twice against Northwestern on Feb. 27, going 2-for-3 with a run and
                                              98 strikeouts in 118 2/3 innings ... has 10 complete             a walk later in the day versus Ohio State ... went 2-for-3 with a solo homer and an RBI single against
                                              games, three shutouts and one save ... started the last          Utah State ... had a pair of singles versus Utah ... homered twice on Feb. 11 ... hit a solo homer and
                                              two games of the Washington series and tossed six                was hit by a pitch with the bases loaded in her debut against Utah State (Feb. 11), also drawing a
                                              shutout innings ... went four on Friday, striking out four       walk ... smashed a two-run homer later that night versus North Dakota State ... was hit, walked twice
                                              and giving up five hits in a win ... earned a no-decision         and scored two times against NDSU on Feb. 12.
                                              on Saturday, fanning two and giving up three hits in two
                                              frames ... started on April 6 against Loyola Marymount           AYALA HIGH SCHOOL
                                              and tossed four innings of one-hit ball in a no-decision,        Hall was a four-year varsity pitcher at Ayala High School in Chino Hills, Calif. ... was named California’s
                                              striking out five and retiring the first 11 batters she faced      Gatorade POY in 2010, as well as L.A. Times and Cal Hi Sports Ms. California POY ... went 28-3 in the
                                              and 12 of the 13 ... picked up a win on April 2 against          circle as a senior with a 0.68 earned run average and 336 strikeouts in 204 2/3 innings ... hit .340
                                              Oregon State, allowing a run and three hits in five innings       at the plate with five home runs, 26 runs scored and 32 runs batted in ... earned ESPN Rise and Max
                                              with one strikeout ... struck out seven and allowed one          Preps All-American honors, as well as CIF Division III POY accolades ... named first-team, all-league
                                              unearned run in four innings in a one-hit win against            every year, Sierra League MVP, All-CIF, All-Valley in each of her last three seasons and All-State in
                                              UC Santa Barbara (Game 1) on March 29 ... went the               ‘09 and ‘10 ... helped the Bulldogs to a CIF D-III Southern Section Championship in 2010 and three
     #15 J    H    ESSICA ALL                 distance in a win against Sacramento State on March 11,          Sierra League titles (2008-10) ... coached by John Ameluxen ... played club with Corona Angels under
                                                                                                               coach Marty Tyson ... finished third at Nationals in 2010 and second in 2008 and 2007.
   FR • P/1B • 5-9                            striking out five and giving up three runs and eight hits
                                              ... tied a season high with eight strikeouts in a complete-
    B /T     : R/L
         ATS HROWS                            game victory over Saint Mary’s, allowing a run and three
                                                                                                               PERSONAL
                                                                                                               Born Jessica Brianne Hall on July 1, 1992 in Pomona, Calif. ... parents are Debbie and Charlie Hall
    C     H ,C .
         HINO ILLS ALIF                       hits ... took a no-hitter into the sixth inning against Cal
                                                                                                               ... has an older brother, Wesley and a younger brother, Jakeb ... chose to attend UCLA because it is
                                              Poly on March 5, finishing with a two-hit shutout, striking
        A   HS   YALA                         out three ... tossed another complete game earlier in the
                                                                                                               her dream school, it has a great education, it has the most NCAA titles and it is close to home ...
                                                                                                               thing she likes the most about softball is being able to pitch and hit ... favorites include the TV show
                                              day against San Diego State, fanning four and giving up          “Chelsea Lately”, the movie “Across the Universe”, the band Kings of Leon and Derek Jeter ... lists
a run, six hits and a walk ... earned the win versus BYU on March 4, striking out three and allowing           her biggest athletic highlight as winning a CIF title and competing in the biggest games ... hobbies
one run and three hits in four innings ... also threw 2 2/3 frames of relief against Baylor later that         include playing volleyball and hacky sack ... favorite class is english ... undecided on a major.
night, striking out three and giving up a run, three hits and a walk ... earned her first career save
against Oklahoma on Feb. 25, tossing two innings of shutout relief, striking out three and giving up
only two hits ... allowed only two earned runs while striking out seven in a complete-game win over            CAREER HIGHS
Ohio State (Feb. 27) ... fanned a season-best eight against Florida on Feb. 25 ... threw four innings of       AT-BA TS                                       4, Four Times (last vs. Sacramento State, 3/11/11)
one-hit ball in a win at Cal State Northridge on Feb. 23 ... tossed a complete-game, two-hitter versus         Runs Scored             2, vs. North Dakota State (2/12/11) and vs. UC Santa Barbara (3/29/11)
Portland State on Feb. 19 ... also earned wins against Utah (Feb. 19) and Utah State (Feb. 20) at              Hits                                           2, Four Times (last vs. UC Santa Barbara, 3/29/11)
the Louisville Slugger Desert Classic ... pitched in 14 of 15 games from Feb. 18-March 11 ... threw            Runs Batted In 2, vs. Utah State (2/11/11 & 2/20/11) and vs. North Dakota State (2/11/11)
a two-hitter in her collegiate pitching debut against North Dakota State (Feb. 11), striking out seven         Doubles                                                           1, vs. Loyola Marymount (4/6/11)
and giving up only one walk ... earned her second win on Feb. 12 versus UCF, fanning six and giving            Home Runs                                       1, Five Times (last vs. UC Santa Barbara, 3/29/11)
up one earned run and three hits ... is batting .290 with five home runs, 10 runs batted in and 16              Total Bases                      5, vs. Utah State (2/20/11) and vs. UC Santa Barbara (3/29/11)
walks ... posted a double and a walk against LMU ... had one hit in four at-bats in the Oregon State           Walks                                                 2, Four Times (last vs. Oregon State, 4/2/11)
series with a run and two walks and went 0-for-1 versus both Stanford and Arizona State ... went               HBP’s      1, vs. Utah St. (2/11/11), vs. North Dakota St. (2/12/11) and vs. Oregon St. (4/2/11)

  CAREER STATISTICS
  YEAR        AVG         GP-GS          AB          R         H        2B       3B      HR         RBI        TB         SLG%       BB        HBP        SO        GDP         OB%         SF        SH       SB-ATT
  2011        .290        27-24          62          10        18        1        0       5         10         34         .548       16         3         17         0          .457        0          0        0-1

  CAREER STATISTICS                                                                                                                                       CAREER HIGHS
  YEAR        ERA         W-L        APP        GS        CG         SHO/CBO       SV        IP           H          R        ER        BB       SO       IN N IN G S 7.0, 7 Times (last vs. Sacramento St., 3/11/11)
  2011        2.24        15-6        25        22        10           3/2         1        118.2         96         47       38        58       98       K’s 8, vs. Florida (2/25/11) & vs. St. Mary’s (3/13/11)

                                              2011 - Harrison will not play this year due to an injury.        on March 21 ... had three hits in as many at-bats on two doubles and a single at UC Riverside on
                                                                                                               March 3 ... went 2-for-3 with a solo home run and two runs scored versus Tennessee (Feb. 13) ...
                                             2010 - Was named to the All-Pac-10 honorable mention              produced a pair of hits, runs scored and RBI in consecutive contests against Oregon State (April 18)
                                             team as a junior, hitting .273 with three home runs and           and Stanford (April 23), tallying two doubles versus the Cardinal ... had two hits and scored twice
                                             24 RBI in 59 games (58 starts) ... led the Bruins with 17         against UC Davis (Feb. 20) and Portland State (Feb. 21) ... drove in a pair of runs in back-to-back
                                             sacrifice hits, was tied for second with 15 doubles and            contests against Long Beach State (March 26) and UNLV (March 27) ... scored runs in six straight
                                             third with 41 runs scored ... added 20 walks and had a            games from March 23-28 ... had two sacrifice bunts in a game three times ... was named to the Pac-
                                             .977 fielding percentage with only five errors, the best            10 All-Academic second team.
                                             percentage among Pac-10 shortstops ... tied for 17th in
                                             the nation in sacrifices per game ... ranked first among            2009 - Started 55 games at shortstop, hitting .299 with 10 home runs, which was fourth on the
                                             all conference players in sacrifice hits and was tied for          team ... earned second-team All-Pac-10 honors ... placed second with eight sac bunts and tied for
                                             fourth in doubles ... had eight hits in 31 at-bats (.258) in
                                             the postseason with four doubles, a homer, seven runs             CAREER HIGHS
                                             batted in and seven walks ... hit .263 (5-for-19) with four       AT-BA TS                                                                     6, vs. Arizona (6/8/10)
                                             RBI, four runs and three doubles at the Women’s College           Runs Scored                                                           4, at Arizona State (4/26/09)
   #18 M    H  ONICA ARRISON                 World Series ... went 3-for-6 with a two-run double and           Hits                                                     3, Seven Times (last vs. Arizona, 6/8/10)
    SR • INF • 5-4                           two runs scored in the National Championship clinching            RBI 4, vs. South Dakota State (2/15/09), at Stanford (3/27/09) and at Arizona State (4/26/09)
                                             game against Arizona (June 8) ... posted a go-ahead, two-         Doubles                                   2, at UC Riverside (3/3/10) and at Stanford (4/23/10)
    B /T      : R/R
        ATS HROWS                            run double in the sixth inning of the first contest of the         Triples                                                                     1, at Cal Poly (3/23/10)
   G     G   ,C .
      ARDEN ROVE ALIF                        WCWS Finals (June 7) ... walked and scored twice in the           Home Runs                                                             3, at Arizona State (4/26/09)
                                             WCWS opener versus Florida (June 3) ... belted a three-
       P     HS
              ACIFICA
                                             run homer in the Regional Championship game against
                                                                                                               Total Bases
                                                                                                               Walks
                                                                                                                                                                                   12, at Arizona State (4/26/09)
                                                                                                                                                                                   3, vs. Northwestern (2/13/09)
                                             Fresno State on May 23 ... produced 12 multiple-hit               Sacrifice Hits     2, vs. Northwestern (2/27/10), vs. UNLV (3/27/10) and vs. Oregon (4/30/10)
games and eight multiple-RBI contests ... had a seven-game hitting streak from Feb. 27-March 21,               Sacrifice Flies                    1, vs. Oregon State (3/28/08) and at Oregon State (4/16/10)
batting .571 (12-for-21) with four RBI, four doubles, five runs scored and a home run ... went 3-for-4          Stolen Bases                                       1, Four Times (last vs. Northwestern, 2/27/10)
with a three-run homer and two runs scored in the first game of a doubleheader at CSU Bakersfield                Hit by Pitches                               1, Eight Times (last vs. Cal State Fullerton, 2/24/10)

  CAREER STATISTICS
  YEAR        AVG         GP-GS          AB          R          H       2B       3B      HR         RBI         TB        SLG%       BB        HBP        SO        GDP         OB%         SF        SH       SB-ATT
  2008        .234        55-55          158         19         37       7        0       1         16          47        .297        9         3         17         1          .287        1          0        3-4
  2009        .299        55-55          147         30        44        4        0      10         29          78        .531       15         4         13         1          .380        0          8        0-0
  2010        .273        59-58          176         41         48      15        1       3         24          74        .420       20         1         22         0          .348        1         17        1-1
  TOTALS      .268       169-168         481         90        129      26        1      14         69         199        .414       44         8         52         2          .338        2         25        4-5


                              12-TIME NATIONAL CHAMPIONS (AIAW - 1978; NCAA - 1982, 1984, 1985, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1992, 1999, 2003, 2004, 2010)
                                                                   UCLA SOFTBALL WEEKLY RELEASE • APRIL 27, 2011 • PAGE 20

fourth with 30 runs ... had 29 RBI and a .531 slugging ... tied for fifth among Pac-10 players with five       three runs and stole a base against Oregon on March 30 ... had two RBI against Rutgers on March 8
sacrifices ... became the first UCLA player to hit three home runs in one game on April 26 at Arizona          ... also stole bases against Massachusetts and California (April 6).
State, driving in and scoring four runs ... produced game-winning RBI’s six times, which ranked
second on the team ... had 10 multiple-hit games ... recorded three hits at Fullerton (Feb. 25) and had      SUMMER 2007 - Helped the USA Softball Junior Women’s National Team to gold at the ISF Junior
eight two-hit contests ... notched six multiple-RBI games, knocking in four three times ... belted a pair    Women’s World Championships in June ... hit .520 (13-for-25) with nine RBI and seven runs scored
of homers, a three-run shot and a solo bomb, against South Dakota State on Feb. 15 ... went 2-for-3          ... also helped her ASA team, the OC Batbusters, to a runner-up finish at Gold Nationals in August ...
with four RBI and a home run at Stanford (March 27) ... had three RBI, going 2-for-3 with a homer at         recorded six runs batted in, including a grand slam in the championship game.
UNLV on Feb. 13 ... drove in two and had a home run against N.C. State (Feb. 21) and FIU (March 6) ...
left the yard against Missouri in Super Regional Game 3 on May 24 ... scored multiple runs in a game         PACIFICA HIGH SCHOOL - Harrison was a four-year letterwinner at Pacifica High School in Garden
six times ... hit .357 during Pac-10 games ... named honorable mention All-Pac-10 Academic.                  Grove, Calif. ... named a second-team All-American as a senior ... was a four-time All-Empire League
                                                                                                             recipient ... also earned All-CIF and all-county honors three times and was twice named all-state ...
2008 - Started the last 55 games of the season at shortstop ... recorded a .234 batting average with         helped the Mariners to CIF titles as a freshman and senior ... hit .406 in her senior season with 11
one home run, 16 runs batted in, 19 runs scored and seven doubles ... named to the All-Pacific-10             homers and 42 RBI.
Conference Freshman first team ... hit a walk-off home run, her first collegiate bomb, against Arizona
on May 2 ... had seven multiple-hit games, including a pair of three-hit contests versus South Carolina      PERSONAL - Born Monica Diane Harrison on March 15, 1989 in Newport Beach, Calif. ... parents
(Feb. 15) and Cal State Northridge (March 13) ... posted two-hit efforts against Massachusetts and           are Rita and Scott Harrison ... has two sisters, Maria and Andrea, who is a junior outfielder with the
Georgia on Feb. 22, driving in a pair, including the go-ahead run in a win over UMass ... also had two-      Bruins ... favorite academic class is english ... biggest thrill of her career was winning the 2006 ASA
hit games versus San Diego State (March 1), California (April 5) and Nevada (May 17), scoring twice          Gold National Championship ... favorites include actor Denzel Washington, the movie “Remember the
against the Wolf Pack ... registered three multiple-RBI games ... crossed home plate twice, drove in         Titans”, singer Kanye West and baseball player Albert Pujols ... majoring in anthropology.

                                              2011                                                           Feb. 21-March 5, going 12-for-31 (.387) with two homers, eight RBI, four runs, seven walks and two
                                              Bates is first on the team with six stolen bases, third with    steals ... went 2-for-3 with her first collegiate homer, a three-run shot, on Feb. 24 against Fullerton ...
                                              32 runs batted in and five sacrifice hits, tied for third with   hit a two-run homer in her next game against Colorado State (Feb. 26), going 2-for-4 ... launched a
                                              eight home runs and 32 runs scored and fourth with a           walk-off, three-run jack against Cal on May 8 ... went 3-for-4 on three occasions against UNLV (March
                                              .350 batting average and a .591 slugging percentage ... is     27), LMU (March 28) and Stanford (April 25), driving in three versus Stanford and two versus UNLV ...
                                              tied for second on the team with nine multiple-RBI games       posted a stretch of five straight, multiple-hit contests from March 26-28, going 5-for-6 with four runs
                                              (18 career) and tied for third with 13 multi-hit contests      and three RBI in a doubleheader vs. UNLV and 5-for-7 with three RBI in a twinbill at LMU ... went 4-for-
                                              (30 career) ... has hits in four straight games after going    8 in a twinbill at Bakersfield (March 21) ... scored twice in a game five times, including three straight
                                              3-for-7 (.429) against Washington ... singled and scored       (March 26-27) ... stole her first base in her first contest vs. Florida Atlantic (Feb. 13) and swiped a pair
                                              on Thursday, belted a two-run homer on Friday and              vs. UC Davis (Feb. 20) ... did not make an error in 40 chances.
                                              singled on Saturday ... posted a pair of singles on April
                                              17 at Arizona State ... produced her second-career, four-      VICTOR VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL
                                              hit game versus Loyola Marymount on April 6, falling a         Bates was a three-sport star at Victor Valley High School in Victorville, Calif. ... was a four-time Desert
                                              double short of the cycle with a single, triple and homer,     Sky League and All-Area first-team honoree and two-time (‘08 and ‘09) Daily Press Athlete of the
                                              scoring three times ... went 2-for-3 with two runs scored,     Year ... named Cal Hi All-State first-team, EA Sports All-American first-team and Desert Sky League
      #19 B.B. B            ATES              two stolen bases and an RBI on April 3 against Oregon
                                              State ... drove in five runs in a March 29 doubleheader
                                                                                                             and Citrus Belt Area Athlete of the Year as a senior ... hit .758 in 2009 with seven home runs, 36
                                                                                                             RBI and nine stolen bases ... was a second-team all-league honoree and Under Armour High School
     SO • OF • 5-7                            against UC Santa Barbara ... had two runs scored and           All-American as a junior, as she batted .765 with five homers, 16 RBI and 14 steals ... led the Desert
     B /T       : L/R
         ATS HROWS                            three RBI on a two-run homer and a sacrifice fly in game         Sky League in average and on base and slugging percentages all four years and homers three times
                                              one, while notching a two-run double in the nightcap ...       ... earned team MVP honors in 2008 and 2009, as the Jackrabbits won a pair of league titles ...
     V        ,C .
          ICTORVILLE ALIF                     posted hits in all five games at the Long Beach Marriott        coached in softball by Joe Vargas ... also played two years of basketball and track ... played club with
      V    V      HS
           ICTOR ALLEY                        Invitational, going 10-for-20 (.500) with five RBI, seven       Corona Angels, placing fifth at the 2007 Nationals and second in 2008.
                                              runs scored and three doubles ... went 3-for-4 with three
runs scored and an RBI against Cal State Fullerton (March 12), adding a two-hit game later that night        PERSONAL
versus BYU ... scored three times and hit a two-run homer against Saint Mary’s on March 13 ... had           Born Barthinia Latoy Bates on June 8, 1991 in San Bernardino, Calif. ... parents are Solette and
another three-hit game versus Long Beach State (March 11), scoring and driving in a run ... had a            Roosevelt Bates ... has two older sisters, Laquoia and Sequoia and two younger brothers, Roosevelt
seven-game hitting streak (Feb. 19-26) in which she batted .481 (13-for-27) with three homers, five           and Solomon ... hobbies include music and shopping ... chose UCLA because it was the first college
RBI and seven runs scored ... went 2-for-4 with a two-run double, two runs scored, a walk and a stolen       softball team she watched play as a young child and grew up watching the Bruins and dreaming
base against Ohio State on Feb. 27 ... had a pair of singles versus Tennessee (Feb. 26) ... singled,         of playing for them ... favorite class is math ... says she most admires former Bruin and Olympian
scored and stole a base at Cal State Northridge (Feb. 23) ... produced her first ever two-homer and           Natasha Watley because she is so quick and her love for the game is amazing ... favorites include
four-hit game on Feb. 20 against Utah State ... also set a career high with four runs scored and tied a      actress Jessica Alba, the movie “Express”, Los Angeles Laker Kobe Bryant and singers Usher and
personal best with four RBI ... went 2-for-4 in a pair of contests on Feb. 19 against Utah and Portland      Beyonce ... majoring in sociology.
State, hitting a homer versus the Utes and stealing a base against the Vikings ... had seven RBI in two
games on Feb. 12, including four against North Dakota State, going 2-for-4 with a two-run double, an         CAREER HIGHS
RBI single and a bases-loaded walk ... hit a three-run homer, scored twice, walked and stole a base in       AT-BA TS                                                                      7, vs. Stanford (4/8/11)
the nightcap against UCF ... went 2-for-3 with a two-run double against NDSU on Feb. 11.                     Runs Scored                                                               4, vs. Utah State (2/20/11)
                                                                                                             Hits                              4, vs. Utah State (2/20/11) and vs. Loyola Marymount (4/6/11)
2010                                                                                                         Runs Batted In                  4, vs. North Dakota State (2/12/11) and vs. Utah State (2/20/11)
Was named to the All-Pac-10 Freshman Team after finishing fourth on the Bruins with 64 hits and 40            Doubles                                            1, 12 Times (last vs. UC Santa Barbara, 3/29/11)
runs scored and first with six stolen bases ... was one of three Bruins to start all 61 contests ... hit      Triples                               1, vs. Georgia (2/14/10) and vs. Loyola Marymount (4/6/11)
.300 (9-for-30) in the postseason with two home runs, four RBI and eight runs scored ... produced            Home Runs                                                                 2, vs. Utah State (2/20/11)
hits in each of her first five NCAA Tournament contests and eight of the 10, while also scoring runs in        Total Bases                                                              10, vs. Utah State (2/20/11)
eight of 10 ... belted a two-run homer against Georgia in the Women’s College World Series semifinals         Walks                                                     2, Four Times (last vs. Arkansas, 2/18/11)
on June 6 ... launched another two-run bomb in the second game of the Super Regionals versus                 Sacrifice Hits                                         1, Seven Times (last vs. Washington, 4/22/11)
Louisiana-Lafayette (May 30) ... reached three times on two singles and a hit by pitch in the National       Sacrifice Flies         1, vs. UNLV (3/27/10), at Oregon State (4/16/10) and vs. UCSB (3/29/11)
Championship clinching game against Arizona on June 8 ... scored 11 game-winning runs ... had                Stolen Bases                              2, vs. UC Davis (2/20/10) and vs. Oregon State (4/3/11)
17 multiple-hit contests and nine multiple-RBI games ... recorded a nine-game hitting streak from            Hit by Pitches                                1, vs. Arizona (6/8/10) and vs. Oregon State (4/2/11)

  CAREER STATISTICS
  YEAR        AVG         GP-GS          AB         R         H         2B       3B      HR        RBI        TB      SLG%         BB        HBP        SO        GDP         OB%         SF        SH       SB-ATT
  2010        .322        61-61          199        40        64         5        1       5        31         86      .432         16         1         47         1          .372        2          2        6-8
  2011        .350        40-40          137        32        48         7        1       8        32         81      .591         10         1         31         1          .396        1          5        6-7
  TOTALS      .333       101-101         336        72       112        12        2      13        63        167      .497         26         2         78         2          .381        3          7       12-15




                                         NINE-TIME PACIFIC-10 CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS (1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1993, 1999, 2002, 2006, 2009)
                                                                    UCLA SOFTBALL WEEKLY RELEASE • APRIL 27, 2011 • PAGE 21

                                               2011                                                          March 8 against Longwood ... crossed home plate in back-to-back, pinch-running stints five times ...
                                               Murray has appeared in 25 games as a pinch-runner ...         scored the game-winning run on a walk-off wild pitch against Missouri on March 1 ... also scored the
                                               has swiped two bases at San Diego State (March 5) and         game-winner against Oregon State (April 17) ... in that contest against the Beavers, she played in the
                                               against Utah (Feb. 19) ... has scored on 13 occasions         field for the first time in right, making one putout ... named Pac-10 All-Academic honorable mention.
                                               against Utah St. (Feb. 11), North Dakota St. (Feb. 11 and
                                               12), Northwestern (Feb. 27), Sacramento St. (March 11),       2008
                                               Long Beach State (March 11), Cal State Fullerton (March       Entered a game five times as a pinch-runner, scoring a run in her first contest on March 8 against
                                               12), Ohio (March 24), in both games of a doubleheader         Rutgers ... scored the game-winning run on a walk-off hit in an eight-inning victory over Long Beach
                                               with UC Santa Barbara (March 29), twice against Oregon        State on March 9 ... also crossed home plate on March 25 at UC Santa Barbara.
                                               State (April 2 and 3) and Stanford (April 10).
                                                                                                             GAHR HIGH SCHOOL
                                          2010                                                               Murray played four years of softball and volleyball at Gahr HS in Cerritos, Calif. ... earned All-San
                                          Played in 53 contests as a pinch-runner, scoring 27                Gabriel Valley League honors her final three seasons in softball ... named the Gladiators’ team
                                          runs ... was a perfect 3-for-3 in stolen base attempts ...         captain in 2007 ... also earned all-league honors in 2006 and 2007 in volleyball and was a team
                                          crossed home plate five times in the postseason, scoring            captain for both those seasons ... recognized with the Ron Waldrum Scholar Athlete award.
    #21 G    M RACE URRAY                 the Bruins’ eighth run in the National Championship
                                          clinching game against Arizona on June 8 ... also scored           PERSONAL
    SR • UTIL • 5-4                       in the Women’s College World Series against Georgia                Born Grace Alice Murray on Sept. 11, 1989 in New Burgh, N.Y. ... parents are Lily and Brian Murray
    B /T      : R/R
        ATS HROWS                         (June 6), in the Super Regionals versus Louisiana-                 ... has an older sister, Iris, who finished up a four-year career with the Long Beach State volleyball
                                                                                                             team in 2008 and an older brother, Eddie, who concluded a four-year career with the UCLA baseball
                                          Lafayette (May 29 and 30) and in the Regionals against
     L      ,C .
         AKEWOOD ALIF                     Saint Mary’s (May 21) ... scored in three straight pinch-          team in 2009 ... chose UCLA because it has one of the top athletic and academic programs in the
        G HS   AHR                        running appearances against Cal State Northridge (Feb.             country ... favorites include actors Adam Sandler and Heath Ledger and the movies “50 First Dates”
                                                                                                             and “A Knight’s Tale” ... is a member of Student-Athlete Mentors ... was awarded an NCAA Women’s
                                          20), Portland State (Feb. 21) and Cal State Fullerton (Feb.
24) and versus Arizona (May 13 and 15) and Saint Mary’s (May 21) ... tallied the game-winning run            Enhancement Postgraduate Scholarship for Careers in Athletics in February 2011 ... majoring in
three times against Loyola Marymount (March 28), Washington (April 1) and Georgia ... stole bases            psychology with a minor in education ... aspires to be an athletic director.
against UC Santa Barbara (Feb. 17), Texas (Feb. 26) and Oregon (May 2) ... named to the Pac-10 All-
Academic honorable mention team.                                                                             CAREER HIGHS
                                                                                                             RU N S SCO RE D                                             1, 58 Times (last vs. Stanford, 4/10/11)
2009 - Came in 36 games off the bench, scoring 15 runs and stealing her first collegiate base on              Stolen Bases                                          1, Six Times (last at San Diego State, 3/5/11)

  CAREER STATISTICS
  YEAR        AVG          GP-GS          AB         R          H       2B       3B       HR       RBI       TB        SLG%        BB        HBP        SO        GDP        OB%         SF        SH       SB-ATT
  2008        .000           5-0           0         3          0        0        0        0        0         0        .000         0         0          0         0         .000        0          0        0-0
  2009        .000          36-0           0         15         0        0        0        0        0         0        .000         0         0          0         0         .000        0          0        1-2
  2010        .000          53-0           0         27         0        0        0        0        0         0        .000         0         0          0         0         .000        0          0        3-3
  2011        .000          25-1           0         13         0        0        0        0        0         0        .000         0         0          0         0         .000        0          0        2-2
  TOTALS      .000         119-1           0         58         0        0        0        0        0         0        .000         0         0          0         0         .000        0          0        6-7


                                               2011                                                          against Eastern Michigan ... came in a game 24 times as a pinch-runner and once as a pinch-hitter
                                               Crawford has appeared in 24 games, making 11 starts           against Saint Peter’s on March 2 ... scored 10 runs and stole her first collegiate base in a Super
                                               at first base ... has four hits in 19 at-bats (.211) with      Regional game against Georgia (May 24) ... crossed home plate for the first time against Santa Clara
                                               seven runs scored, two home runs, four runs batted in         on Feb. 9 ... scored in three straight pinch-running stints against Washington (Apr. 19), California (Apr.
                                               and two walks ... is tied for first on the team with six hit   25) and Stanford (Apr. 27).
                                               by pitches ... scored as a pinch-runner on April 8 against
                                               Stanford ... belted a two-run homer in the second game        FOOTHILL HIGH SCHOOL
                                               of a March 29 doubleheader against UC Santa Barbara ...       Crawford prepped at Foothill HS in Pleasanton, Calif. ... was a four-year starter at third base, earning
                                               became the 18th Bruin to get hit twice in the same game       All-East Bay Athletic League honors three times ... named the Falcons’ team captain as a senior ...
                                               (second time in her career) against Utah State on Feb. 20     received CalHi Sports All-State honors in 2007 and was named to the All-CIF North Coast Section first
                                               ... was hit once with the bases loaded for an RBI and also    team ... helped FHS to three EBAL Championships and a 2007 North Coast Section title.
                                               had a single in three plate appearances ... smashed her
                                               first collegiate home run on Feb. 12 against UCF, going        PERSONAL
                                               2-for-2 with two runs scored, a double and a sacrifice         Born Amy Lynn Crawford on Jan. 10, 1989 in Mountain View, Calif. ... parents are Lynn and Michael
                                               bunt ... walked, was hit and scored a run versus North        Crawford ... has two younger sisters, Kaitlin and Jenna ... older brother Brandon was a three-year
    #23 AMY CRAWFORD                           Dakota State (Feb. 11) ... crossed home plate at Cal State    starter for the UCLA baseball team (drafted by the San Francisco Giants in the fourth round of the
                                                                                                             2008 MLB Draft) and is the athlete she most admires ... chose to play softball because it was
    SR • UTIL • 5-9                            Northridge on Feb. 23.
                                                                                                             something she has enjoyed playing since she was five ... favorite academic class is english ... likes
    BATS/THROWS: R/R                          2010                                                           softball because it is a team sport and everyone has a part in working towards a common goal ...
     PLEASANTON, CALIF.                       Appeared in 39 contests, making four starts in right field      favorites include the television show “Friends”, actor Will Smith, movies “Ocean’s 11, 12 & 13” and
                                                                                                             singer Chris Cagle ... hobbies include going to the lake or beach ... majoring in sociology.
                                              ... hit .214 (3-for-14) with 15 runs scored, one triple, one
        FOOTHILL HS                           RBI, five walks and one stolen base ... notched her first
                                              career triple at CSU Bakersfield on March 21, also scoring      CAREER HIGHS
a run ... added singles against Cal State Northridge (Feb. 19) and UNLV (March 27), scoring twice            AT-BA TS                                    3, Eight Times (last vs. UC Santa Barbara, 3/29/11)
against the Rebels ... drove in a run via a bases-loaded walk against Tennessee on Feb. 13 ... crossed       Runs Scored                                                 2, Four Times (last vs. UCF, 2/12/11)
home plate in three straight games on Feb. 19 and 20 ... swiped a base at Stanford on April 25.              Hits                                                                          2, vs. UCF (2/12/11)
                                                                                                             Runs Batted In                                                 2, vs. UC Santa Barbara (3/29/11)
2009 - Played in 46 games, making 26 starts in right field ... hit .138 (4-for-29) with nine runs scored      Doubles                                         1, at San Diego (3/1/09) and vs. UCF (2/12/11)
and an RBI ... had a double, four walks, four hit by pitches and three stolen bases ... posted her           Triples                                                           1, at CSU Bakersfield (3/21/10)
first collegiate hit on a double at San Diego on March 1 ... notched her first RBI on a single against         Home Runs                           1, vs. UCF (2/12/11) and vs. UC Santa Barbara (3/29/11)
Syracuse on March 7, scoring twice, drawing two walks and stealing a base ... also had hits against          Total Bases                                                                   6, vs. UCF (2/12/11)
Longwood (March 8) and Stanford (May 9) ... crossed home plate twice against UC Santa Barbara on             Walks                                                                     2, vs. Syracuse (3/7/09)
March 24 ... stole bases against FIU (March 6) and Longwood.                                                 Sacrifice Hits 1, vs. Longwood (3/8/09), at Loyola Marymount (3/28/10) and vs. UCF (2/12/11)
                                                                                                             Stolen Bases                                            1, Five Times (last at Stanford, 4/25/10)
2008 - Made 26 appearances during her freshman season, posting one start in left field on March 1             Hit by Pitches                                 2, vs. FIU (3/6/09) and vs. Utah State (2/20/11)

  CAREER STATISTICS
  YEAR        AVG         GP-GS        AB     R     H      2B     3B     HR     RBI     TB     SLG%    BB     HBP      SO     GDP     OB%      SF                                                  SH       SB-ATT
  2008        .000          26-1        1     10    0       0      0      0      0       0      .000    0      0        0      0      .000     0                                                    0        1-1
  2009        .138         46-26       29     9      4      1      0      0      1       5      .172    4      4       16      0      .324     0                                                    1        3-3
  2010        .214          39-4       14     15    3       0      1      0      1       5      .357    5      1        5      0      .450     0                                                    1        1-2
  2011        .211         24-11       19      7     4      1      0      2      4      11      .579    2      6        8      0      .444     0                                                    1        0-0
  TOTALS      .175        135-42
                               12-TIME NATIONAL CHAMPIONS (AIAW - 1978; NCAA - 1982, 1984, 1985,.333 1989, 1990, 1992, 1999, 2003, 2004, 2010) 0
                                       63     41    11      2      1      2      6      21       1988, 11      11      29      0      .388                                                          3        5-6
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                                              2011                                                               contest, striking out seven in 4 1/3 innings and giving up six runs, six hits and three walks ... started
                                              Macon holds a 3-0 record with two saves, a 2.40 earned             the Super Regionals opener vs. Louisiana-Lafayette on May 29 (5 IP, 0 ER, 4 K, Win) and the WCWS
                                              run average and 40 strikeouts in 35 innings over 14                opener versus Florida (June 3) ... pitched in all three games of the Regionals ... struck out a season-
                                              games (all in relief) ... has pitched in nine of the Bruins’       high 12 and gave up one earned run in a complete-game victory over Fresno State in the Regional
                                              last 13 games ... picked up her fifth save as a Bruin               Championship on May 23 ... fanned five and allowed two earned runs in seven innings in a win over
                                              on April 15 at Arizona State, tying her for third in UCLA          San Diego State (May 22) and tossed 1 1/3 of scoreless relief against Saint Mary’s (May 21), striking
                                              history, as she retired the final two batters of the contest        out three and giving up a hit and a walk ... fanned at least seven on seven occasions ... threw 24
                                              with one strikeout ... tossed 2 2/3 frames of scoreless            consecutive scoreless innings from March 5-28 ... struck out 11 and gave up one earned run in a
                                              relief on April 16, striking out four and giving up two hits       complete-game win at LMU (March 28) ... tossed a four-hit shutout vs. UNLV on March 27, setting
                                              ... tossed a career-best 8 2/3 innings in an April 8 win           down seven ... pitched back-to-back, complete-game blankings of UTEP (March 6) and Bakersfield
                                              against Stanford, striking out eight and giving up a run           (March 21) ... did not allow an earned run in her first 15 1/3 as a Bruin (Feb. 13-20) ... tossed five
                                              and five hits ... struck out six Cardinal in 5 1/3 innings on       scoreless in a win against Cal Poly on Feb. 19 ... struck out nine in wins against UCSB (Feb. 17) and
                                              April 10 ... picked up a win against Loyola Marymount on           Fullerton (Feb. 24) and fanned eight in a triumph against Colorado State on Feb. 26.
                                              April 6, striking out four and giving up four runs and two
                                              hits in three innings ... pitched in all three games in relief     WASHINGTON
                                              against Oregon State ... threw two scoreless innings on            Macon was named honorable mention All-Pac-10 and selected to the Pac-10 All-Freshman Team
    #24 A    M     LEAH ACON                  April 1, striking out one ... also pitched a scoreless frame       ... went 17-16 with a 1.93 earned run average in 40 appearances and 29 starts, striking out 262
     JR • P • 5-9                             on April 2 and retired the only batter she faced on April 3        (sixth-best single-season mark in Washington history) in 224 2/3 innings ... held opponents to a .203
                                              ... tossed an inning of relief in the first game of a March         batting average, adding 22 complete games and five shutouts ... posted nine games with double-
    B /T      : R/R
        ATS HROWS                             29 doubleheader against UC Santa Barbara, fanning two              figures in strikeouts, including a career-high 12 on three occasions ... tossed a five-inning, no-hitter
      U    ,C .
             PLAND ALIF                       and giving up one unearned run and one hit ... earned a            against UMKC on Feb. 15 ... had two singles in 13 at-bats (.154).
                                              save on March 4 against BYU, striking out four in three
  U     HS/W
     PLAND                  ASHINGTON innings and allowing a run, three hits and two walks ...                   UPLAND HIGH SCHOOL
                                              also recorded her first at-bat as a Bruin versus BYU and            Attended Upland High School in Upland, Calif. ... as a senior, was named All-CIF, Baseline League
struck out ... made her season debut on Feb. 23 at Cal State Northridge, tossing one scoreless                   MVP, Daily Bulletin Female Player of the Year and Quakes High School Freshman Player of the Year,
inning of relief, striking out two and walking one ... pitched two more hitless innings of relief against        which is presented by the local minor league baseball team, the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes ... was
Tennessee on Feb. 26, fanning four and giving up two walks ... earned the win in relief on Feb.                  a four-time all-league selection ... tossed six straight no-hitters and one perfect game as a senior
27 against Northwestern, giving up one unearned run in one inning with a strikeout and two hits                  ... named team Most Valuable Player three times and team Offensive and Defensive Player of the
allowed.                                                                                                         Year twice ... coached by Bubba DeJournett ... played club softball with the Corona Angels ... was a
                                                                                                                 member of the 2009 23 and Under National Champion team and finished second at the 18-U Gold
2010                                                                                                             Nationals in 2008 ... also played for an ASA National title three other times with her club squad.
Led the Bruins with a 1.50 ERA, tied for first with three saves, was second with 109 strikeouts and
third in wins (13-1 record), innings pitched (88.2) and opposing batting average (.211) ... tied for             PERSONAL
28th in the nation in saves ... ranked tied for second among Pac-10 players in saves, third in ERA               Born Aleah Ashanai Macon on March 22, 1989 in Los Angeles ... parents are Unyaa and Ron Macon
and eighth in opposing batting average ... went 5-0 with a save in the postseason with a 3.00 ERA                ... is an only child ... chose the sport of softball because of its competitiveness and how close the
and 34 strikeouts in 28 innings ... picked up victories in both games of the Women’s College World               games are ... favorites include L.A. Laker Kobe Bryant, actor Pooch Hall, the television show “The
Series Finals against Arizona (June 7-8) ... tossed two shutout innings of relief in the Finals opener,          Game” and singer Beyonce ... biggest athletic thrill was winning 23-U Nationals ... hobbies include
striking out three and allowing two hits and a walk ... started the National Championship clinching              going to the movies, dancing and singing ... favorite class is math ... majoring in women’s studies.

  CAREER STATISTICS (2008 STATS AT WASHINGTON)                                                                                                             CAREER HIGHS AT UCLA
  YEAR        ERA          W-L        APP        GS        CG        SHO/CBO        SV         IP           H          R       ER        BB       SO
  2008        1.93        17-16        40        29        22          5/1          1        224.2         164         88      62        140      262      IN N IN G S PITC H E D              8.2, vs. Stanford (4/8/11)
  2010        1.50        13-1         23        14        10          4/1          3         88.2          71         30      19         27      109
                                                                                                                                                           Strikeouts                      12, vs. Fresno State (5/23/10)
  2011        2.40         3-0         14         0         0          0/1          2         35.0          28         16      12         15       40
  TOTALS      1.87        33-17        77        43        32          9/3          6        348.1         263        134      93        182      411
  AT UCLA     1.75        16-1         37        14        10          4/2          5        123.2          99         46      31        42       149

                                            2011                                                                 against Oklahoma (Feb. 25) ... hit a grand slam at Northridge on Feb. 23 ... had hits in each of her
                                            Fox is second on the team with a .374 batting average,               first nine collegiate games, batting .480 (12-for-25) with two homers, 11 RBI and 10 runs scored ...
                                            10 home runs, 43 runs batted in, a .704 slugging, a .486             went 3-for-3 with two doubles, an RBI and a walk against Arkansas on Feb. 18 ... posted two singles
                                            on base percentage, 26 walks and six sacrifice hits ... is            and drove in a run versus Utah on Feb. 19 ... hit her first collegiate homer, a solo shot, on Feb. 11
                                            also tied for second with five stolen bases, tied for third           against North Dakota State ... added a three-run bomb on Feb. 12 against UCF, also scoring twice
                                            with 32 runs scored and fourth with eight doubles ... is             and drawing a walk ... scored three times and had an RBI double with a walk in the season opener
                                            first on the club with 10 multiple-RBI games and has 10               versus Utah State (Feb. 11) ... drove in a pair on a bases-loaded walk and an RBI single against
                                            multi-hit contests ... has hits in 22 of her last 29 games           NDSU (Feb. 12).
                                            and in 32 of 41 contests overall ... smashed a three-run
                                                                                                                 MT. CARMEL HIGH SCHOOL
                                            homer on Thursday against Washington, going 2-for-3 ...
                                                                                                                 Fox was a two-sport standout at Mt. Carmel High School in San Diego ... played four years of softball
                                            walked three times on Friday and once on Saturday ...
                                                                                                                 and soccer ... earned all-league, all-county and all-section honors each season ... as a senior, was
                                            belted her second grand slam of the season in the first               the CalHiSports CIF Division II POY and first-team All-Valley League, North County Times and Union
                                            inning of an April 15 win at Arizona State ... went 2-for-4          Tribune All-Section ... hit .454 in 2010 with seven homers, 38 RBI, 13 doubles and 10 stolen bases
                                            with two RBI and a double versus Loyola Marymount on                 ... was named an Under Armour All-American as a sophomore and senior ... as a junior, set single-
                                            April 6 ... posted an eight-game hitting streak from March           season, school records for homers (10), RBI (49), on base percentage (.576) and slugging (.971),
      #27 K    F    ELLIE OX                12-April 2, batting .450 (9-for-20) with 13 RBI (at least
    FR • INF • 5-10                         one in each of the last seven contests of the streak),
                                                                                                                 CAREER HIGHS
                                            seven runs scored, three homers and eight walks ... had
    B /T      : R/R
         ATS HROWS                          three RBI on a two-run homer and an RBI groundout,
                                                                                                                 AT-BA TS                                                                     6, vs. Stanford (4/8/11)
                                                                                                                 Runs Scored                                                              3, vs. Utah State (2/11/11)
     S D ,C .
          AN IEGO ALIF                      also scoring and walking twice on April 2 against Oregon             Hits                                                                       3, vs. Arkansas (2/18/11)
      M .C      HS
            T ARMEL                         State ... went 2-for-2 with two runs scored and a two-run            Runs Batted In                4, at Cal State Northridge (2/23/11) and at Arizona State (4/15/11)
                                            homer versus Ohio on March 24 ... posted her second,                 Doubles                                                                    2, vs. Arkansas (2/18/11)
nine-game hitting streak of the season (Feb. 25-March 11), batting .500 (14-for-28) with six RBI,                Home Runs                                                            2, at San Diego State (3/5/11)
nine runs scored, two homers and three stolen bases ... hit a three-run homer against BYU on March               Total Bases                                                          8, at San Diego State (3/5/11)
12 ... posted her first-career, two-homer game against San Diego State on March 5, belting a two-run              Walks                                                                   3, vs. Washington (4/22/11)
shot and a solo bomb ... went 2-for-3 with an RBI on a bases-loaded walk against BYU (March 4) ...               Stolen Bases                                    1, Five Times (last vs. UC Santa Barbara, 3/29/11)
went 7-for-17 (.412) at the Cathedral City Classic with four runs scored ... had a pair of singles, two          Sacrifice Hits                                          1, Six Times (last at Arizona State, 4/17/11)
runs scored, an RBI and her first collegiate stolen base against Ohio State (Feb. 27) ... went 2-for-3            Sacrifice Flies                   1, vs. Long Beach State (3/11/11) and vs. Oregon State (4/1/11)
with a sacrifice bunt earlier in the day versus Northwestern ... posted two singles and scored a run              Hit by Pitch                                                     1, vs. Sacramento State (3/11/11)

  CAREER STATISTICS
  YEAR         AVG         GP-GS          AB          R         H        2B       3B       HR        RBI         TB         SLG%       BB       HBP         SO          GDP         OB%         SF       SH      SB-ATT
  2011         .374        41-41          115         32        43        8        0       10        43          81         .704       26        1          14           2          .486        2         6       5-6


                                         NINE-TIME PACIFIC-10 CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS (1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1993, 1999, 2002, 2006, 2009)
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adding a .491 batting average, 16 doubles and 12 steals ... helped the Sundevils to four CIF Division        has an older sister Kristie, who played softball for Arizona, and a younger brother, Kory ... says she
II and league titles ... coached by Cesar and Ruby Chavez ... played club with San Diego Renegades.          chose UCLA because it is the best school not only in academics but also has a long lasting tradition
                                                                                                             in sports ... favorites include the television show “One Tree Hill”, singer Taylor Swift, eating sushi and
PERSONAL                                                                                                     the San Diego Chargers ... lists her biggest athletic thrill as winning CIF titles all four years and being
Born Kellie Lynn Fox on Oct. 30, 1991 in San Diego, Calif. ... parents are Jennifer and Michael Fox ...      honored as an Under Armour All-American ... majoring in women’s studies.

                                              2011                                                           going 16-for-35 (.457) with six homers, 13 RBI and 15 runs scored ... also had seven-game streaks
                                              Schroeder leads the Bruins with 38 runs scored and 15          from March 1-10 and May 1-15 ... recorded a career-best six runs batted in with her first career two-
                                              multiple-hit games (55 career), is tied for first with six      homer game against Northwestern on Feb. 13, one of eight multi-RBI contests ... homered in three
                                              hit by pitches, tied for second with 10 doubles and five        straight games twice (Feb. 7-8 and April 17-19) ... also left the yard against Kentucky (Feb. 14), North
                                              stolen bases and third with 25 walks and tied for fourth       Carolina State (Feb. 21), Iowa (March 6), Notre Dame (March 10), Arizona State (April 26) and Oregon
                                              with seven multi-RBI contests (18 career) ... is batting       State (May 3) ... notched multiple runs and hits in the same game nine times, adding at least a pair
                                              .331 with four home runs and 20 runs batted in ... is          of RBI in four of those contests ... crossed home plate three times at Arizona State (April 25) and
                                              fourth in UCLA history in on base percentage (.470), tied      twice on 14 more occasions ... hit .437 during Pac-10 play with five homers and 19 runs scored ...
                                              for sixth in hit by pitches (17) and seventh in stolen bases   stole a pair of bases against UC Santa Barbara on March 24 ... swiped bags in three straight games
                                              (34) ... has hits in 17 of her last 21 games, batting .394     three times (Feb. 14-17, Feb. 22-25 and March 1-6) ... walked three times at Cal (March 29) and
                                              with two homers, 11 RBI and 21 runs during that stretch        twice three more times ... drove in the game-winning run three times, including a walk-off victory on
                                              ... produced hits in all three games against Washington,       a two-run homer against Iowa on March 6.
                                              singling and scoring on Thursday, going 2-for-4 with a
                                              single, a double and a run on Friday and singling and          2008
                                              drawing a bases-loaded walk on Saturday ... went 2-for-4       Earned All-Pac-10 honorable mention and All-Pac-10 Freshman Team accolades after posting a .362
   #29 K S      ATIE CHROEDER                 on April 9 and 10 against Stanford ... held an eight-game      batting average, which was tied for third on the squad ... was also tied for first in stolen bases with
                                                                                                             eight, second in hits (67) and multiple-hit games (19), tied for second in on base percentage (.434)
                                              hitting streak from March 13-April 6, batting .583 (14-
   RS JR • OF • 5-10                          for-24) with 12 runs scored, four RBI, four doubles, five       and third in runs scored (34) and walks (23) ... started all 57 games she appeared in ... ranked
    B /T       : L/R
         ATS HROWS                            walks and six multiple-hit contests ... went 6-for-10 (.600)   sixth in the Pac-10 in average and eighth in hits ... went 4-for-5 with four RBI and three runs scored
                                              during the Oregon State series with four runs and three        against Santa Clara on Feb. 9 ... also had a four-hit game against Rutgers (March 8) and posted
    Y    L ,C .
         ORBA INDA ALIF                       RBI ... had two hits in each game, driving in a pair on        three-hit contests against Long Beach State on March 9, California on April 6 and in both games of
      E        HS
             SPERANZA                         April 1 and scoring three times on April 3 ... went 2-for-3    a doubleheader at UC Santa Barbara on March 25 ... went 6-for-9 (.667) with three runs, an RBI, a
                                              in the first game of a March 29 doubleheader against            double and a stolen base against the Gauchos ... posted a seven-game hitting streak from April 5-19,
UC Santa Barbara and scored twice in the nightcap ... had a pair of hits and an RBI double versus            going 10-for-22 (.455) with three runs scored ... followed that with a 10-game hit streak (April 26-May
Ohio on March 24 ... went 3-for-4 with three RBI, three runs scored and a pair of solo homers, her           18), batting .424 (14-for-33) with seven runs and five runs batted in ... drove in a pair of runs against
third-career, two-homer game, against Long Beach State on March 11 ... had two hits, scored three            Saint Peter’s (March 2) and Nevada (May 17), including the game-winning run in the ninth inning
runs and stole a base versus Saint Mary’s (March 13) ... scored twice and drove in a pair against Cal        against the Wolf Pack ... stole two bases in a game twice against Cal State Fullerton (March 12) and
State Fullerton (March 12) ... had a pair of singles, scored a run, walked, was hit and stole a base         Oregon (March 30) ... crossed home plate multiple times in a game on seven occasions ... walked
against Ohio State on Feb. 27 ... posted two hits, including a two-run single at Cal State Northridge        twice in a game against Nevada (May 18) and Georgia (May 24).
on Feb. 23 ... produced her second-career, two-homer game on Feb. 19 against Utah with a pair of
solo shots ... scored twice versus Utah State (Feb. 20) and stole a base against Portland State (Feb.        SUMMER 2007
19) ... went 4-for-4 with three doubles, four runs scored, two RBI and a walk in the season opener           Helped the USA Softball Junior Women’s National Team to gold at the ISF Junior Women’s World
against Utah State (Feb. 11) ... tied the single-game school record of Julie Marshall (1999) with three      Championships in June ... was one of only four players to play in all 10 games, hitting .316 (6-for-19)
doubles, setting a career high in runs scored and tying a personal best in hits ... went 2-for-4 with an     with a home run, six runs scored and five RBI ... also helped her ASA team, the OC Batbusters, to a
RBI double and an RBI single against UCF on Feb. 12 ... walked three times, stole a base, singled and        runner-up finish at Gold Nationals in August ... was 9-for-19 (.474) at the plate with three RBI.
scored twice versus North Dakota State (Feb. 12) ... went 1-for-2 with two runs, a double, a walk and
a hit by pitch against San Diego State on Feb. 13.                                                           ESPERANZA HIGH SCHOOL
                                                                                                             Schroeder earned two letters in softball at Esperanza HS in Anaheim, Calif. ... was named Sunset
2010                                                                                                         League MVP and first-team All-League, All-County and All-CIF as a senior ... hit .513 as a senior ...
Started the first seven games of the season before suffering a season-ending, left leg injury against         also earned League MVP and All-CIF accolades as a junior, batting .424 ... lettered in track one
Cal State Northridge on Feb. 19 ... received a medical waiver and will be a redshirt junior in 2011 ...      season, receiving first-team all-league honors ... sat out of softball at Esperanza as a sophomore
had eight hits in 22 at-bats (.364) with seven runs scored, a home run, three runs batted in and two         after transferring from Mater Dei HS following her freshman year, a season in which she earned first-
stolen bases ... produced a pair of hits in each of the first two games of the season against Florida         team all-league ... played club with OC Batbusters, winning Nationals in ‘04 & ‘06.
Atlantic and Tennessee (Feb. 13), scoring twice and driving in a run versus the Lady Vols ... hit a solo
homer in the second game of a doubleheader at UC Santa Barbara (Feb. 17) and went 2-for-4 with a             PERSONAL - Born Katie Ann Schroeder on April 29, 1989 in Downey, Calif. ... parents are Charlotte
run and a stolen base in the opener ... walked twice and stole a base against Georgia (Feb. 14) ... had      and Michael Schroeder ... has a younger sister, Nicole and two older sisters, Jennifer, a three-year
an RBI single against Michigan on Feb. 14 ... scored twice and walked versus Cal State Northridge.           catcher for the Bruins (2005-06, ‘08) and Michelle ... says the people she most admires are her
                                                                                                             parents ... chose UCLA because of the challenges athletically and academically ... lists her biggest
SUMMER 2009                                                                                                  athletic thrill as winning ... favorites include running and hiking outdoors, rap and country music and
Was a member of the U.S. Team that won gold at the Pan American Games Qualifier (July 31-Aug. 9)              being with her family ... favorite place in the world is anywhere with a beach ... majoring in women’s
... did not play due to a leg injury.
                                                                                                             CAREER HIGHS
2009                                                                                                         AT-BA TS                                                                     7, vs. Stanford (4/8/11)
Was named a first-team All-American and All-West Region honoree by the NFCA, as well as first-team             Runs Scored                                                              4, vs. Utah State (2/11/11)
All-Pac-10, after leading the Bruins in batting average (.402), home runs (14), runs scored (55),            Hits               4, vs. Santa Clara (2/9/08), vs. Rutgers (3/8/08) and vs. Utah State (2/11/11)
slugging (.684), on base percentage (.516), total bases (119), walks (33) and stolen bases (19) ...          Runs Batted In                                                       6, vs. Northwestern (2/13/09)
was also tied for first with eight hit by pitches and fifth with 33 runs batted in ... ranked 20th in the      Doubles                                                                  3, vs. Utah State (2/11/11)
nation in runs per game, 23rd in on base percentage and 35th in home runs ... was in the Pac-10 Top          Triples                                                                     1, at San Diego (3/1/09)
10 in nine offensive categories, including third in on base percentage, sixth in homers and slugging         Home Runs 2, vs. Northwestern (2/13/09), vs. Utah (2/19/11) and vs. Long Beach (3/11/11)
and tied for seventh in runs scored and steals ... was tops on the squad with 18 multiple-hit contests       Total Bases                                                      9, vs. Long Beach State (3/11/11)
... went 3-for-4 with five RBI and two runs scored at San Diego on March 1 ... had three hits and a           Walks          3, at California (3/29/09), vs. North Dakota State (2/12/11) and vs. BYU (3/4/11)
homer at Oregon on April 18 ... added three-hit games against Maryland (Feb. 22), Arizona State              Sacrifice Hits                                   1, Nine Times (last vs. Long Beach State, 3/11/11)
(April 25) and Stanford (May 8) ... posted four hitting streaks of at least seven games, including a         Sacrifice Flies                    1, vs. Washington (4/2/08) and vs. Cal State Fullerton (5/16/08)
career-best, 13-game streak from March 28 to April 26, in which she hit .457 (21-for-46) with four           Stolen Bases         2, vs. CS Fullerton (3/12/08), vs. Oregon (3/30/08) and vs. UCSB (3/24/09)
home runs, eight runs batted in and 12 runs scored ... had an 11-game hit streak to start the season,        Hit by Pitches                                         1, 17 Times (last at Arizona State, 4/16/11)

  CAREER STATISTICS
  YEAR         AVG        GP-GS          AB         R          H        2B       3B      HR        RBI        TB      SLG%         BB        HBP        SO        GDP         OB%         SF        SH       SB-ATT
  2008        .362        57-57          185        34        67         7        0       0        17         74      .400         23          2        32         1          .434        2          5        8-15
  2009        .402        56-56          174        55         70        5        1      14        33        119      .684         33          8        23         1          .516        0          3       19-24
  2010        .364         7-7           22          7         8         0        0       1         3         11      .500          4          1         4         1          .481        0          0        2-2
  2011        .331        41-41          136        38        45        10        0       4        20        67       .493         25          6        29         0          .455        0          1        5-8
  TOTALS      .368       161-161         517       134        190       22        1      19        73        271      .524         85         17        88         3          .470        2          9       34-49


                               12-TIME NATIONAL CHAMPIONS (AIAW - 1978; NCAA - 1982, 1984, 1985, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1992, 1999, 2003, 2004, 2010)
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                                              2011                                                           PLEASANT GROVE HIGH SCHOOL
                                              Tiumalu is third on the team with a .636 slugging, tied        Tiumalu played four years of varsity softball at Pleasant Grove High School in Elk Grove, Calif. ...
                                              for third with eight home runs and fourth with four            named an Under Armour and ESPN Rise All-American as a senior, also earning Delta River League
                                              sacrifice hits ... is batting .343 with 20 runs batted in,      co-MVP and PGHS Female Athlete of the Year honors ... led all league players with 43 runs batted in
                                              17 runs scored, 18 walks, five doubles and a .450 on            as a senior and was second with seven home runs, adding a .450 batting average, 11 doubles and
                                              base percentage ... has eight multiple-hit games and           27 runs scored ... received Cal-Hi Sports All-State and Sacramento Bee All-Metro accolades in each
                                              five multi-RBI contests ... has hits in four of her last        of her last three seasons ... was also named first-team, all-league every year and All-City in 2009
                                              five games, belting a pair of solo homers on Friday             and ‘10 ... helped the Eagles to the school’s first-ever Sac-Joaquin Section Division I title in 2009
                                              and Saturday against Washington ... posted singles in          and a Delta River League championship in 2010 ... hit .437 for her career with 12 homers, 116 RBI,
                                              the Saturday and Sunday games at Arizona State (April          84 runs, 37 doubles, a .744 slugging percentage and a .540 on base percentage ... coached by J.T.
                                              16-17) ... smashed a game-tying, two-run homer in the          Tiumalu ... also played one year of golf ... played club with California Grapettes and Sorcerer Phil.
                                              bottom of the seventh against Stanford on April 8, going
                                              2-for-4 with two walks ... hit a two-run homer and added       PERSONAL - Born Alyssa Justine Tiumalu on March 4, 1992 in San Jose, Calif. ... parents are
                                              a double and two runs scored on April 3 against Oregon         Cindy and J.T. Tiumalu ... has three younger sisters, Brianna, Kamryn and Tori ... chose to attend
                                              State ... went 2-for-2 with a solo homer against Ohio on       UCLA because it is the best school for athletics and academics and for UCLA softball’s winning
                                                                                                             tradition ... thing she likes the most about softball is that the game is always a challenge and it’s very
    #34 A     T LYSSA IUMALU                  March 24 and followed that with another solo bomb in
                                              the first game of a March 29 doubleheader versus UC             competitive ... favorites include actor Channing Tatum, the New York Yankees, eating spaghetti and
     FR • C • 5-4                             Santa Barbara ... walked twice in three straight games         the movie “Love and Basketball” ... lists her biggest athletic thrill as winning Pleasant Grove’s first
    B /T        : R/R
         ATS HROWS                            against Sacramento State (March 11), Long Beach State          section championship in 2009 ... favorite hobby is going to the beach and favorite class is science ...
                                                                                                             undecided on a major, but would like to either work for ESPN or become a college coach.
                                              (March 11) and Cal State Fullerton (March 12), scoring
     E G     ,C .
          LK ROVE ALIF                        twice versus the Titans ... was named Pac-10 Player of
    P      G       HS
         LEASANT ROVE                         the Week on March 1 after hitting .625 (10-for-16) in six      CAREER HIGHS
                                              games with two homers, five RBI and five runs scored             AT-BA TS                                                   4, Seven Times (last vs. Stanford, 4/9/11)
... held a 12-game hitting streak from Feb. 18-March 4, batting .528 (19-for-36) with 11 RBI and a           Runs Scored                     2, vs. Cal State Fullerton (3/12/11) and vs. Oregon State (4/3/11)
pair of homers ... went 3-for-4 with an RBI double against BYU on March 4 ... hit a walk-off, two-run        Hits                                              3, vs. Ohio State (2/27/11) and vs. BYU (3/4/11)
homer in the bottom of the eighth inning against Northwestern on Feb. 27 ... posted her first three-hit       Runs Batted In                                               2, Five Times (last vs. Stanford, 4/8/11)
game later that day versus Ohio State, driving in a pair and scoring a run ... blasted her first collegiate   Doubles                                                 1, Five Times (last vs. Oregon State, 4/3/11)
homer against Florida on Feb. 25, going 2-for-3 ... added two more hits, a walk and a run later that         Home Runs                                              1, Eight Times (last vs. Washington, 4/23/11)
night versus Oklahoma ... reached in all three plate appearances at Cal State Northridge (Feb. 23)           Total Bases                                                              6, vs. Oregon State (4/3/11)
on a double, walk and hit by pitch, also scoring a run ... hit a walk-off single in the ninth inning         Walks                                                        2, Five Times (last vs. Stanford, 4/8/11)
against SIU Edwardsville, going 2-for-2 with two walks ... had RBI singles in a pair of contests on Feb.     Sacrifice Hits                                         1, Four Times (last at Arizona State, 4/15/11)
19 against Utah and Portland State ... drove in a pair on a single and scored a run against Utah State       Sacrifice Flies                                                                   1, vs. Utah (2/19/11)
(Feb. 20) ... made her first collegiate start behind the plate on Feb. 13 against San Diego State.            Hit by Pitches          1, at Cal State Northridge (2/23/11) and vs. UC Santa Barbara (3/29/11)

  CAREER STATISTICS
  YEAR        AVG          GP-GS          AB        R         H         2B       3B      HR        RBI       TB       SLG%         BB        HBP        SO        GDP        OB%         SF        SH       SB-ATT
  2011        .343         36-35          99        17        34         5        0       8        20        63       .636         18         2         27         0         .450        1          4        0-0

                                           2011                                                              (Feb. 26), Long Beach (March 26), UNLV, Stanford (April 25), Fresno State (May 23) and La.-Lafayette
                                           Lindvall is batting .279 (12-for-43) with 14 runs scored,         (May 30) ... stole bases against CS Northridge (Feb. 20), Texas and Northwestern (Feb. 27).
                                           one home run, 12 runs batted in, 10 walks, two stolen
                                           bases and five hit by pitches, which is fourth on the              HART HIGH SCHOOL - Lindvall played four years of softball at Hart High School in Newhall, Calif. ...
                                           team ... has made 19 starts (10 at LF, 7 in DP, 1 in RF           named second-team All-Foothill League as a senior and first-team all-league as a junior ... helped the
                                           and 1 at 1B) ... scored as a pinch-runner on Thursday             Indians to back-to-back co-Foothill League championships in 2008 and 2009 and a CIF Runner-Up
                                           and Saturday against Washington ... was hit as a pinch-           finish in 2007 ... hit .292 with two homers and 15 RBI as a senior and .364 with seven home runs
                                           hitter on April 17 at Arizona State ... had an RBI single, a      and 24 runs batted in as a junior ... was a teammate of fellow Bruin Destiny Rodino ... coached by
                                           walk and scored a run on April 1 against Oregon State ...         Steven Calendo ... was also a cheerleader for two years ... played club with So Cal Choppers, which
                                           walked and scored against Ohio on March 24 ... walked,            was third at 2007 Nationals.
                                           was hit and scored against Sacramento State (March 11)
                                           ... posted an RBI single versus BYU on March 12 ... had           PERSONAL - Born Devon Michele Lindvall on July 24, 1991 in Valencia, Calif. ... parents are Dana
                                           a single, was hit and posted her first-career, two stolen          and Scott Lindvall ... has two sisters, Janelle and Lauren ... is a fourth-generation Bruin, as her great
                                           base game at San Diego State on March 5 ... was hit and           grandmother, grandmother and mother (as well as two uncles) also attended UCLA, which was one of
                                           walked against Cal Poly on March 5 ... singled and scored         the reasons she chose the school ... her great uncle is six-year MLB player Chuck Essegian, who is only
                                                                                                             one of two men to have played in both the Rose Bowl (Stanford) and the World Series (L.A. Dodgers)
    #42 D   L   EVON INDVALL               a run against Ohio State on Feb. 27 ... also scored a run
                                           versus Northwestern (Feb. 27) ... had hits in four straight       and set a Series record in 1959 with two pinch-hit homers ... the things she likes the most about
    SO • OF • 5-5                          games from Feb. 20-25 ... singled and walked against              softball are making diving catches and throwing runners out from the outfield ... favorites include
    B /T      : R/R
        ATS HROWS                          Oklahoma (Feb. 25) and had a single versus Florida (Feb.          actress Sandra Bullock, eating Chicken Caesar Salad and going to the beach ... lists her biggest
                                                                                                             athletic thrills as when she and her two sisters all won ASA National titles in the same weekend in
                                           25) ... had an RBI single, scored a run and walked at Cal
  S       R     ,C .
    TEVENSON ANCH ALIF                     State Northridge on Feb. 23 ... singled and drove in a pair       three different age groups and three different states, as well as winning a National title in 2010 ...
        H HS    ART                        on a bases-loaded walk and an RBI groundout against               favorite class is english ... person she admires the most is John Wooden ... majoring in history.
                                           Utah State on Feb. 20 ... recorded her first collegiate
home run and RBI, five total, in the season opener against Utah State (Feb. 11) ... scored three times        CAREER HIGHS
and had a two-run homer, a two-run single and a sacrifice fly ... had an RBI single and a bases-loaded         AT-BA TS                                           4, vs. Ohio State (2/27/11) and vs. BYU (3/4/11)
walk versus North Dakota State (Feb. 12), scoring three times and walking twice ... had a single in          Runs Scored                      3, vs. Utah State (2/11/11) and vs. North Dakota State (2/12/11)
three at-bats against San Diego State on Feb. 13.                                                            Hits                                       2, at Washington (4/1/10) and vs. Utah State (2/11/11)
                                                                                                             Runs Batted In                                                              5, vs. Utah State (2/11/11)
2010                                                                                                         Doubles                                                                      2, at Washington (4/1/10)
Appeared in 50 games, making 26 starts in center field ... had six hits in 31 at-bats (.194) with 10          Home Runs                                                                   1, vs. Utah State (2/11/11)
runs scored, three doubles, seven walks, four sacrifice hits and three stolen bases ... played in center      Total Bases                                                                 5, vs. Utah State (2/11/11)
field for all five games at the Women’s College World Series, making three starts ... reached base             Walks                                                             2, vs. North Dakota State (2/12/11)
three times at Washington on April 1 on two doubles and a walk ... posted her first collegiate hit            Sacrifice Hits                                             1, Four Times (last at Washington, 4/2/10)
against Fresno State on March 5 ... reached base twice via a double and a walk in the first game of           Sacrifice Flies                                                              1, vs. Utah State (2/11/11)
a doubleheader at CSU Bakersfield (March 21), scoring two runs ... added singles at Cal Poly (March           Stolen Bases                                                            2, at San Diego State (3/5/11)
23) and against UNLV (March 27) ... scored runs against Michigan (Feb. 14), Georgia (Feb. 14), Texas         Hit by Pitches                                           1, Six Times (last at Arizona State, 4/17/11)

  CAREER STATISTICS
  YEAR        AVG          GP-GS          AB        R         H         2B       3B      HR        RBI       TB       SLG%         BB        HBP        SO        GDP        OB%         SF        SH       SB-ATT
  2010        .194         50-26          31        10        6          3        0       0         0         9       .290          7         1         14         1         .359        0          4        3-4
  2011        .279         29-19          43        14        12         0        0       1        12        15       .349         10         5         12         2         .458        1          0        2-2
  TOTALS      .243         79-45          74        24        18         3        0       1        12        24       .324         17         6         26         3         .418        1          4        5-6


                                         NINE-TIME PACIFIC-10 CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS (1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1993, 1999, 2002, 2006, 2009)
                                                                   UCLA SOFTBALL WEEKLY RELEASE • APRIL 27, 2011 • PAGE 25

                                           2011                                                             Colorado State on Feb. 26 ... hit a solo homer against UC Davis on Feb. 20 ... scored multiple runs in
                                           Yudin is third on the team with a .469 on base percentage        a game three times and had 2+ walks in a contest on seven occasions ... ranked 10th among Pac-10
                                           and fourth with 24 walks, hitting .268 with three home           players in on base percentage and tied for second in sacrifice flies.
                                           runs and 18 runs batted in ... has hits in seven of her last
                                           eight contests, producing a single on Thursday against           2009
                                           Washington, a double on Friday and a single with a walk          Played in 52 games as a freshman, making 50 starts ... started 44 games at designated player and
                                           on Saturday ... posted a single, a run and a walk on April       six at catcher ... hit .206 with four home runs and 19 runs batted in ... was second on the team with
                                           15 at Arizona State and singled on April 16 ... went 2-          23 walks ... named to the Pac-10 All-Freshman honorable mention team ... had four multiple-hit
                                           for-4 with a double and an RBI single against Stanford           contests ... went 2-for-4 with three runs batted in and a home run at Cal State Fullerton on Feb. 25
                                           on April 9 and walked three times while scoring a run            ... also had two-hit games against Indiana (Feb. 7), Maryland (Feb. 22) and Stanford (March 27) ...
                                           on April 8 ... had a two-run double and walked on April          recorded six multi-RBI games ... hit her first collegiate home run, a three-run shot, against North
                                           2 against Oregon State ... walked twice on April 1 and           Carolina State on Feb. 21 ... belted another three-run bomb to cap a run-rule victory over Washington
                                           3 versus OSU ... hit her first two grand slams in back-           on April 11 ... drove in the go-ahead runs on a single at San Diego State (Feb. 28) ... also had two-RBI
                                           to-back contests against Ohio on March 24 and in the             efforts at Oregon (April 18) and Arizona (April 24), knocking in the go-ahead runs against the Wildcats
                                           first game of a doubleheader versus UC Santa Barbara              ... homered in the Super Regional Game 1 vs. Missouri on May 23 ... tripled against UCSB on March
                                           on March 29 ... singled and walked versus Saint Mary’s           24 ... walked twice against UMass (Feb. 21) and San Diego (March 1).
     #44 D Y       ANI UDIN                (March 13) and Sacramento State (March 11) ... drove in
   JR • C/1B • 5-7                         a pair on a single against Cal Poly on March 5 and posted
                                           two singles earlier that day versus San Diego State ...
                                                                                                            TESORO HIGH SCHOOL
                                                                                                            Yudin was a four-time All-CIF honoree at Tesoro High School in Las Flores, Calif. ... was also a four-time
    B /T     : L/R
        ATS HROWS                          walked twice against Baylor and singled versus BYU on            All-South Coast League, All-County and All-State selection ... named a team captain and was a two-
   C     C ,C .
       OTO DE AZA ALIF                     March 4 ... hit a three-run homer and had a walk and
                                           a hit by pitch in the season opener against Utah State
                                                                                                            time offensive and defensive player of the year ... hit .449 during her senior year with a .530 on base
                                                                                                            percentage and a .681 slugging percentage, making three postseason All-Star games ... called every
       T    HSESORO                        (Feb. 11) ... walked twice, including once with the bases-       pitch for the Titans behind the plate for four years and helped them to league titles in 2005 and 2006
                                           loaded against North Dakota State (Feb. 11) ... drew two         ... was class valedictorian ... was a nominee for the Wendy’s High School Heisman Top Scholar Athlete
free passes, singled and scored a run in the second game with NDSU (Feb. 12).                               Award in 2007 ... coached by Warren Nagano ... played club with the Corona Angels and helped them
                                                                                                            to a second-place finish at the 2008 ASA 18-Gold Nationals in August.
2010
Was named to the All-Pac-10 honorable mention team after finishing fourth on the squad with a .336           PERSONAL
batting average to go along with nine home runs and 26 runs batted in ... was second on the club in         Born Danielle Taylor Yudin on Aug. 17, 1990 in Mission Viejo, Calif. ... parents are Patty and Andy
on base percentage (.471) and walks (29) and first with four sacrifice flies ... hit .370 (10-for-27) in       Yudin ... has one younger sister, Lexi ... says the one thing she likes about the sport is that no matter
the postseason with three homers, six RBI, eight walks and nine runs ... went 3-for-12 (.250) at the        what happens, the next pitch can change a game ... favorite academic class is spanish ... biggest
Women’s College World Series with four runs scored and a team-best seven walks ... had a double             athletic thrill was committing to play for the Bruins ... favorite pro athlete and athlete she admires the
and two walks in the first game of the WCWS Finals against Arizona (June 7) and a single, a run              most is New York Yankees’ shortstop Derek Jeter ... favorites include the television show “House”,
and two walks in game two (June 8) ... walked twice and scored a run in the WCWS opener versus              actor Channing Tatum and eating shrimp ... majoring in physiological sciences with aspirations of
Florida (June 3), had a single, a walk and a run against Hawai’i (June 4) and was hit and scored a          becoming an orthopedic doctor.
run against Georgia (June 6) ... crossed home plate in eight of the 10 postseason contests, including
six in a row from May 23-June 6 ... posted a pair of two-hit games in the Super Regionals against           CAREER HIGHS
Louisiana-Lafayette (May 29-30), belting a solo homer in game one and driving in two on a pair of
                                                                                                            AT-BA TS                                              4, 15 Times (last vs. Washington, 4/23/11)
RBI singles in game two ... went 3-for-4 with three RBI on a solo homer and a two-run shot in the
                                                                                                            Runs Scored 2, vs. CS Fullerton (2/24/10), at Arizona (5/13/10) and vs. Saint Mary’s (5/21/10)
postseason opener versus Saint Mary’s on May 21 ... had 10 multiple-hit contests and six multi-RBI
                                                                                                            Hits                                                                 3, vs. Saint Mary’s (5/21/10)
games ... went 2-for-4 with a solo bomb and an RBI single at Arizona on May 13 ... tallied two hits
and a solo home run on May 7 versus California ... recorded an eight-game hitting streak from April         Runs Batted In                       4, vs. Ohio (3/24/11) and vs. UC Santa Barbara (3/29/11)
11-30, batting .579 (11-for-19) with a homer, four RBI, six runs scored and three doubles ... drove in      Doubles                                               1, 13 Times (last vs. Washington, 4/22/11)
three on a two-run homer and a sacrifice fly at Stanford on April 24 ... reached base five times on a          Triples                                                        1, vs. UC Santa Barbara (3/24/09)
single, double and three walks at Oregon State (April 18), also scoring and driving in a run ... added      Home Runs                                                            2, vs. Saint Mary’s (5/21/10)
two-hit affairs against Stanford (April 23) and Oregon (April 30) ... launched homers in back-to-back       Total Bases                                                          9, vs. Saint Mary’s (5/21/10)
games on April 3 at Washington (two-run) and on April 9 against Arizona State (solo) ... had three          Walks                                   3, at Oregon State (4/18/10) and vs. Stanford (4/8/11)
game-winning RBI, all coming in the fifth inning or later ... went 2-for-3 with an RBI single in the sixth   Sacrifice Hits                                           1, Seven Times (last at Arizona, 5/15/10)
in a victory at Washington on April 1 ... notched a pair of RBI singles against Fresno State on March       Sacrifice Flies 1, at CSU Bakersfield (3/21/10), vs. UNLV (3/27/10) and at Stanford (4/24/10)
5, including the go-ahead score in the fifth ... had a go-ahead RBI groundout in the fifth inning against     Hit by Pitches                               2, vs. Syracuse (3/7/09) and at Stanford (4/24/10)

  CAREER STATISTICS
  YEAR        AVG         GP-GS          AB         R         H        2B       3B       HR       RBI        TB      SLG%         BB        HBP        SO        GDP        OB%         SF        SH       SB-ATT
  2009        .206        52-50          131        12        27        3        1        4       19        44       .336         23          5        33         1         .346        0          3        0-0
  2010        .336        52-43          119        26        40        7        0        9       26         74      .622         29         4         23         0         .471        3          4        0-0
  2011        .268        28-28           71         7        19        3        0        3       18         31      .437         24          3        11         2         .469        0          0        0-0
  TOTALS      .268       132-121         321        45        86       13        1       16       63        149      .464         76         12        67         3         .422        3          7        0-0

                                             2010
                                             Finley was a member of the UCLA National Championship team in 2010.

                                             2009
                                             Finley was named BruWin of the month for February.

                                             CATHEDRAL CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL
                                             Finley played two years of catcher and outfield at Cathedral Catholic High School in Del Mar, Calif. ... was a two-time team captain and earned Most Inspirational
                                             and Coaches’ awards ... voted DAMA of the Year, awarded to the top student of the year ... was also a team manager for the CIF champion girls’ varsity basketball
                                             team ... was the Senior Class President ... earned the Pepsi Leadership Award in 2008 ... was featured as a student sportscaster on KUSI’s Prep Pigskin Report ...
                                             also awarded outstanding sophomore and junior of the year honors.

                                             PERSONAL
   #20 BROOKE FINLEY                         Born Brooke Marie Finley on June 21, 1990 in San Diego, Calif. ... parents are Tricia and David Finley ... father is the Special Assistant to the General Manager for
     JR • C • 5-7                            the Boston Red Sox ... is the oldest of three children and has a younger sister, Brittany and a younger brother, Drew ... is a member of the Bruin Athletic Council
   BATS/THROWS: R/R                          and Student-Athlete Mentors ... also currently serving on the NCAA Certification Compliance Committee ... chose UCLA because of its gorgeous campus and
    SAN DIEGO, CALIF.                        accomplishments in both athletics and academics ... athlete she admires the most is Boston Red Sox infielder Dustin Pedroia for his perseverance and his all or
                                             nothing attitude ... favorites include eating ice cream and self-serve frozen yogurt, watching romantic comedies and spending time with friends and family ... would
  CATHEDRAL CATHOLIC HS                      love to meet Vice President Joe Biden ... planning to major in political science and starting a career in sports law.



                              12-TIME NATIONAL CHAMPIONS (AIAW - 1978; NCAA - 1982, 1984, 1985, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1992, 1999, 2003, 2004, 2010)

								
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