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Senior Outfielder Marianne Stahl First Team Academic All-American UNIVERSITY OF SIINDI~ SOFTBALL 1993

t,n.1verslty of San rneco ·Arc!--1 ,es --• Head Coach Larry Caudillo - Now in his eighth year at the reins of the University of San Diego women's softball program, Larry Caudillo has guided the Toreros to a record of 186- 141, including consecutive seasons of 30-plus wins in 1991 (34-14) and 1992 (31-14). His winning percentage of .569 ranks him among the top 50 NCAA Division I softball coaches in that category. Included among these years were consecutive winning seasons in I986 and l987, USD's first two years at the NCAA Division I level, as well as a 30-25 record in 1989. Caudillo served as an assistant coach with the softball team for one season prior to being named its head coach for the 1987 season. He also is an assistant coach with the USO football team, a position he has enjoyed for I6 seasons. He is a graduate of San Diego State University and played baseball collegiately at Grossman! College and USD. Larry and his wife, Judy, have two sons,Joseph and Paul. They reside in the Scripps Ranch area of San Diego.

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UNIVERSITY OF SAN DIEGO WOMEN'S SOFTBALL 1993 TEAM ROSTER NAME fJlS.. Cindy Harris OF Laura Cisneros IF/C Angie Straub 3B/OF AJison Rowan OF Marianne Stahl OF Kim Tibbetts 2B Tiffany Wasilewski p Lisa Martinez UT Jami Shega OF Aimee Reinard IB/P Amy Sepkowitz 3B Melissa Reinard LF Julie Takaguchi OF Debbie Smith C/3B Heather Kenney p Brittany Volk OF/2B Andrea Marino p Lisa Fricano IB Hillary Savage p Lisa Goodwin C BL 5'4" 5'5" 5'5" 5'4" 5'9" 5'4" 5'6" 5'5" 5'8" 5'9" 5'3" 5'8" 4'11" 5'6" 5'7" 5'10" 5'5" 5'9" 5'8" 5'7" l'.R. EX£. B. r HQMEXQWN Jr 2V s R Sunnyvale CA Sr 3V R R Sr 3V R R Fr HS R R Sr 3V R R So IV R R La Canada CA Sr 3V R R San Diego CA Fr HS R R Riverside CA Fr HS L L San Diego CA Jr 2V L L Jr 2V R R Jr 2V R R So IV R R Fr HS R R San Diego CA So IV R R So IV R R Tigard OR Fr HS R R Waterbury CT Fr HS R R Glendale WI Sr 3V R R Piedmont CA So IV R R Irvine CA

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1-r: Larry Caudillo & Steve Walters - Assistant Coach Steve Walters - Steve Walters is in his seventh season as an assistant coach with the Toreros. He is a Special Education teacher with the San Diego Unified School District as well as women's soccer coach at Hoover High School. He is a graduate of San Diego State Univer– sity. Steve resides in the Pacific Beach area ofSan Diego along with his wife, Claudia, their two daughters, Jaime and Jackie, and infant son, Billy.

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Head Coach: Larry Caudillo (eighth season) Assistant: Steve Walters

1993 USD Softball Outlook----- ------------------ --------------- Heading into the 1993 season, the tasks faci ng Head Coach Larry Caudillo and the University of San Diego women's softball were simply defined - take the momentum provided by a veteran group of returning players as well as two consecutive seasons of over 30 wins and add to it a talented corps of newcomers in order to create a third straight successful season. It is a challenge they are willing to accept. Junior first baseman Aimee Reinard, the team 's "Most Valu– able Player" as a sophomore, heads an infield group that is equally adept offensively and defensively. The lefthander, who hit .372 with 37 rbi's in '92, will be joined by sophomore Kim Tibbetts at second base, senior Laura Cisneros (.340, 31 rbi' s) at shortstop and either senior Angie Straub (.526 in a limited role in '92),junior Amy Sepkowitz or freshman Debbie Smith at third base. Freshman Lisa Fricano offers the Toreros depth at first base. Sophomore Lisa Goodwin returns for her second season handling the Torero pitchers. She batted .366 with 26 runs batted in in 1992. Goodwin will share the catching duties with Smith and Cisneros but should see the majority of the action behind the plate. Caudillo expects the Toreros to be equaIJy potent offensively (where they batted .3 19 in '92) and defensively (a .952 fielding percentage with 11 double plays) in 1993. While facing a challeng– ing schedule that includes doubleheaders against Oregon State, Southern Utah, Northeastern Illinois, DePaul and San Diego State University, Caudillo feels his Toreros are well-situated to equalize and, quite possibly, surpass their 1992 achievements. They are ready to face their tasks.

The success of any softball team is based on its pitchers. The 1993 Toreros will be well-armed in its quest for success. The USO pitching staff will be headed by seniors Tiffany Wasilewski (who has won 40 games the past two seasons) and Hillary Savage (a 12 game winner in '92) They will be joined by sophomore Heather Kenney and freshman Andrea Marino, a Connecticut native who has been described by Caudillo as a "prime Division I pitching prospect".

The Toreros' outfield platoon is talented and deep. Topping the list of outfielders is senior Marianne Stahl, a First Team Academic All-American who hit .376 in '92. She will be joined by juniors Melissa Reinard (.339)and switch-hitting Cindy Harris (.281) and sophomores Brittany Volk (.27 I) and Julie Takeguchi as returning letterwinners. Freshmen Alison Rowan and Jami Shega will see plenty of action in the USO outfield.



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-----• University Profile ------ The University of San Diego is an independent Catholic university located on a 170-acre mesa overlooking Mission Bay, San Diego Harbor and the Pacific Ocean. The campus is named Alcala Park after the Spanish university town where St. Didacus (i.e., Diego) spent much of his time. Complementing its splendid natural setting is the University•s location - just ten minutes from downtown San Diego and conve– niently close to the major business, cultural, residential and recre– ational areas, as well as the rail, bus and air terminals. Founded in 1949, USO is presently experiencing record attendance. Undergraduate admission stands at 3,900 with graduate students bringing the overall campus enrollment to over 6,000 students. The University includes a College of Arts anti Sciences as well as Schools of Business Administration, Education, Nursing and Law. Each is characterized by high academic standards, small classes and excellent student-faculty relations. Though the majority of students come from the West Coast, every region of the United States is well-represented on campus. Students from 24 foreign countries also can be found in attendance at USO. In January of 1987, USO opened the doors to its new University Center, a 74,500 square foot building for students, fac ulty and staff. The two level Ernest and Jean Hahn Center is the largest building on campus. It is the eighth major project completed at USO in the past ten years. It' s aplace for people to meet forleisure and fun as well as extracurricular activities. Recreation, intramural and athletic activities are expanding rapidly. Among the many recreation and and intramural activities offered, some of the favorites include Mission Bay Aquatic Center activities (water skiing, surfing, sailing, crew), modem dance, aerobics, bowling, karate, back-packing, softball, tennis, floor hockey and volleyball. USO intercollegiate sports for men include baseball, bas– ketball, crew, cross country, football, golf, soccer and tennis. In women's intercollegiate sports, USO fields teams in basketball, crew, cross country, soccer, softball, swirnrning, tennis and volleyball. Scholarship Information The University of San Diego women's softball program does not presently offer scholarships based on athletic ability. However, financial aid is available to any incoming student, and many of our athletes at the University are currently on financial aid. For more information, please contact the USO Financial Aid Office or Head Coach Larry Caudillo. Policy Of Non-Discrimination - The University of San Diego does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, color, religious belief, age, national origin, ancestry, or handicap in adimission to the University, in financial aid programs, in educational programs and policies, and in athletic and other University-administered programs. Inquiries concerning the application of the University's non-discrimination policies may be addressed to USD 's Director Of Academic Services.

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Location: Enrollment: Founded: Affiliation: President:

5998 Alcala Park San Diego CA 92110-2492 6,000 1949

NCAA Division I Independent

Dr. Author E. Hughes

Athletic Director:

Tom Iannacone

Assistant Athletic Director: Assistant Athletic Director:

Dan Yourg

Regina Sullivan

Director of Athletic Development: Director of Facilities/Recreation:

Ky Snyder John Martin Gary Becker

Director of Intramurals:

Athletic Trainer:

Carolyn Greer, M.A., A.T., C. Steve Nellis, M. Ed., A.T., C. Pete McMahon, M.A., A.T., C.

Assistant Athletic Trainer: Assistant Athletic Trainer: Sports Information Director: Assistant Sports Information Dir:

Ted Gosen

John 0 . Rollo Larry Caudillo

Head Coach: 1992 Record : Career Record : Assistant Coach:

31 -14

186- 141

Steve Walters

Softball Office Phone Number:

(6 19) 260-4803 ext. 4281

Home Field: Nickname: Colors:

USO Softball Field

Toreros Columbi a Blue, Navy, White

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