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The University The University of San Diego is an independent Catholic institution of higher education. Founded in 1949, USD is located on 180 acres overlooking Mission Bay, San Diego Har- ·

bor and the Pacific Ocean. The campus , named Alcala Park, is located 10 min– utes from downtown San Diego. Academics USO enrolls more than 6,400 stu– dents who have a choice of more than 50 undergraduate and graduate degree programs. The University includes the College of Arts and Sciences, and the Schools of Business Administration, Education, Law and Nursing. Class size generally averages between 10-30 stu– dents with the student to teacher ratio being 18:1. Over 96 percent of USD's full-time faculty hold doctorates. The Campus The USO campus is one of the most architecturally unique insti– tutions found in the country, fea– turing 18 major buildings designed in an ornamental 16th century Spanish Renaissance style. In the last decade USO has com– pleted eight major construction and expansion projects. In 1990, the renovated Katherine M. and George M . Pardee Jr. Legal Re– search Center opened, a facility double the size of the former law library that offers the latest in in– formation technology.

Student Life Student activities include cul– tural events, dances , boat cruises, beach parties, BBQ's, concerts, comedy nights, symposia and much more. Students participate in a wide range of volunteer projects such as adult literacy tu– toring, senior citizen outreach and house building in Tijuana. Over two-thirds of the USD community partakes in intramural sports.


San Diego is a member of the West Coast Conference for most sports and competes in 16 intercollegiate sports on the NCAA Division I level. Women's sports include: softball, basketball, crew, cross country, soccer, swimming, tennis and volleyball. Men's sports include: baseball, bas– ketball, crew, cross country, golf, football, soccer and tennis. In the past three seasons alone, six USO teams have advanced to NCAA tourna– ments.

LIN ADAMS, Head Coach

Lin Adams begins her third season at the helm of the USD softball pro– gram. Adams was named head coach on Aug. 25 , 1993. Last year's team finished 18-

33 and had a third place finish in the Western Intercollegiate Softball League tournament. In Adams' first year, she led USD to a 25-21 record and its fifth consecutive twenty five-win season. Adams' coaching career spans all three NCAA Divisions (I, II, III). She owns a career record of149-133-l with previous stints at Chico State and UC

Adams has a .555 career winning

percentage. San Diego. Adams earned 1990 Coach of the Year honors in the North– ern California Athletic Conference for Chico State. She inherited an 8- 48 Wildcats team and generated 19 victories the following season. Adams' also was co-head coach at UC San Diego for two years leading the Tritons to a 67-19-1 record, two consecutive NCAA tournament ap– pearances and a No. 2 ranking in Division III.


The San Antonio, Texas native obtained her bachelor's (1980) and master's degrees from Chico State. She also holds a doctorate in Edu– cational Administration from the University of Texas.

Goodlett enter s her third season as assistant coach at USD. She previously served as Adams '

top assistant at Chico State and UCSD. Goodlett was a four-year starter at third base for UCSD (1984-88) and earned a Mathemat– ics degree in 1989. She is currently a graduate student at San Diego State working on her teaching cre– dential in Math and her Masters in Physical Education.

Adams Record At USD

Pct. .353 .543 .443

Record 18-33 25-21 43-54

Year 1995 1994 Total


OF Senior Norte Vista HS

games...Committedjust five errors in 46 games... 1993: Earned USD's Rookie of the Year and Hustle Award. Personal: Majoring in Philosophy... Daughter of Steven and Angie Smith...Born Janu– ary I8, I974 in Merillville, Ind. \ R G/<,S AB R H HR RBI BA '95 49/47 155 28 53 0

Riverside, Ca. 1995: Played in 24 games, starting in 18... 1994: Registered game-winning hit in USD's 2-0 triumph over Loyola Marymount. .. Went 2-for-3 at Cal State San Bernardino...Reached base in 3- of-4 plate appearances against Coast Guard ...Earned 21 starts on the season... 1993: Appeared in 27 games with one game-winning hit. Personal: Chose USD for its business school. .. Daughter of Adele Martinez... Born July 18, I974 in Corona, Calif.

15 .342 25 .342 14 .297 54 .329

'94 '93

46/46 44/43

149 118

21 51 19 35


1 Tot. 139/136 422 68 139 3

#2 TRISHA SMITH 5-3 San Diego, Ca.

SS/CF Junior Grossmont HS



'95 '94 '93

24/18 22/21

46 42


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.196 .167 .095 .165


Noteworthy: Splits time between shortstop and center field ... Lead-off hitter...One of the team's quickest players. 1995: Started in all 51 games for the Toreros, one of three players to do so... Honored with Coaches' Hustle Award at season-ending banquet. .. Batted .330, third highest on the team... Led team with six triples. 1994: Named USD's Co-Rookie of the Year...Shared team lead in stolen bases (16 of 19)... Recorded seve n-game hitting streak... Knocked home winning runs against Chapman and Stanford. Personal: Biology major ...Parents are Deborah Calamia and Ron Smith... Born May 20, 1975 in San Diego, Calif. YR G/GS AB R H HR RBI B.\ '95 51/51 '94 45/44 Tot. 96/95 179 33 156 25 335 58 59 13 .330 46 I 14 .295 105 2 27 .313 Junior St. Anthony's HS Long Beach, Ca. 1994: Started in 43 of 44 games played... Was successful in all six steal attempts. Prep: First Team All-League selection for two years for the Saints... Also chosen as team MVP two years... Played soccer and volleyball as well. Personal: Presidential Scholar... Chose to attend USO for its size and to be close to home... Daugh– ter of Iris and Don Blackmore... Born March 21, 1975 in Long Beach, CA. RF #10 CARI BLACKMORE 5-6

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#14 JOMI SHEGA 5-7 Pittsburgh, Pa. 1995: Took year off.


1994: As a sophomore, Shega was named to the All Pacific Region Second Team... Batted .341 in 46 games and stole a team-high 16 bases in 17 attempts... Named to the WISL All Tournament Team. 1993: Appeared in ten games, starting in eight... Was successful in only steal attempt. Personal: Daughterof Monica Shega... Majoring in Business with a minor in Biology... Born Sep- tember 2, 1974 in McKeesport, PA.



'94 '93


135 32 46



.341 .222 .327

10/8 Tot. 56/53

18 0 153 35 50 l 3 4



C Senior Univ. City HS

University City, Ca. 1995: Tied for team lead in steals... second on the team in batting average... Played in 49 games, starting in 47. 1994: Collected team-high 25 RBI along with 6 doubles and 2 homers... GTE All-Academic All– District Vlll se lection .. .Had seven three-hit games...Recorded hitting streaks of 11, 8 and 7














SS/3B Junior Piner HS


Sophomore Village Christ. HS

Santa Rosa, Ca. Noteworthy: Can play both shortstop and third base... Base stealing threat. 1995: Named team Defensive MVP. .. Tied for the lead in steals... Had three game-winning hits... Started in all games played (49). 1994: Had a team-high 18 walks, including a USO sea son -high three passes aga inst Azusa Pacific...Hit .318 at the WISL tournament...Three RBI against Coast Guard... Drove in winning run versus LMU... Went 3-for-4 against Lions at WISL Tourney. Personal: Led Piner High to CIF finals as a senior. ..Selected USO for its size and campus setting...Parents are Roger and Chris Lees...Born August 3 I, I975 in Whittier, CA.

Sun Valley, Ca.

Noteworthy: Will start in left field ...Good defen– sive fielder...Bats from left side and is a slap hit– ter. 1995: Started in 49 games... Ranked second on the team in steals with six. Prep: Three-time All-Alpha League selection...Second Team AII-CIF as a senior, bat- ting .646...Named team MVP three consecutive years ...Listed on All-Valley and Daily News teams ...Hit .345 during junior season... Also let- tered in basketball and volleyball. Personal:The daughter of Kay Beauchamp...Born August 7, I976 in Pacoima, CA...Hobbies include guitar and piano. \ R c;,c;s \B R H HR RBI B \ '95 49/49 140 21 26 0 7 .186 Sonoma, Ca. 1995: Appeared in 28 games, starting in 25 ... Recorded eight wins and led team in ERA and strikeouts. Prep: Posted a 17-2 record and .398 average as a senior atJustin-Siena High...AII-SCAL, all-county selection ...Named team MVP for 30-6 Braves squad... Amassed a career record of 50-9 over three seasons. Personal: Psychology major...Brother, Kevin, plays football and baseball at West Point. ..Recruited by Boston University, Santa Clara and Humbolt State.. .Parents are Tim and Laurie Norman...Born Oct. 31, 1976 in San Fran– cisco, CA. \ R G/GS W L CG IP SO ER\ '95 28/25 8 IS 18 I54 34 4.05 p Sophomore Sot. Margarita HS Noteworthy: Attended UCSD last season, but didn't play softball. Prep: Won Coaches' Award two years for Santa Margarita Eagles... Also played basketball and volleyball. Personal: Recruited by Santa Clara and Hawaii ... Major is Political Science... DaughterofRick and Margie Fenelli... Born December 12, 1975 in Ful– lerton, CA. #18 AMY FENELLI 5-5 Lgn. Niguel, Ca. p #15 COLLEEN NORMAN 5-6 Sophomore Justin-Siena HS


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'95 '94


145 124


34 32 66

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17 12

.234 .258

45/44 Tot. 94/93

14 269 39

0 29 .245

#44 JENNIFER MILO 5-9 Laguna Hills, Ca.

1B Junior Laguna Hills HS

1995: Led the team in batting with a .361 aver– age... Named team's Offensive MVP... Started in all games (5 I) ... Led team in fielding percentage... Named to WISL All-Tourney team. 1994: Named Co-Best Offensive Player as a freshman...Paced USO with 53 hits and four game– winning hits...Ranked second in RBI (19), batting (.366); third in fielding Pct... (.973)...Struckoutjust once in I56 plate visits... Earned coaches' Hustle Award and named Rookie of the Year. Personal: Member of CIF championship team at Laguna Hills High...Education major. .. Daughter of Robert and Andree Milo...Born Sept. I, 1975 in Hinsdale, IL...Father played pro ball for Phillies, older brother lettered at Stanford, younger brother plays at Arizona.



'95 '94

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158 145

24 57 20 53

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35 .361 19 .366 54 .363


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#13 CLAIRE PATIN 5-5 Santa Ynez, Ca. OF Freshman Santa Ynez Un. HS Prep: Selected as Best Offensive Player for the Pirates... Set school record for stolen bases. Personal: Also recruited by Santa Clara... Chose USO for its academic reputation and small classes... Daughter ofJim and Kathy Patin... Born March 21, 1977 in Goleta, CA. Glendale, Ca. Prep: First Team All Pacific League for two years... Batted .497 during junior year and selected First Team All-Area... Also played volleyball. Personal: Also recruited by UC Santa Barbara, Oregon and Cal Poly San Luis Obispo... Chose USO for its academics... Daughter ofJan and Steve Carlson... Born March 17, 1977 in Glendale, CA. 2B #17 EMILY CARLSON 5-7 Freshman Herbert Hoover HS

RF/3B Sophomore Mission Bay HS

San Diego, Ca. 1995: Named USD's Rookie of the Year... Led team in walks and third on team in triples... Started in 46 games. Prep: AScholar-Athlete recipient at Mission Bay High...Named Most Improved Player as a junior and Rookie of the Year as a freshman ... Also let– tered in soccer, twice being named the Bucs' MVP. Personal: Business Administration and Political Science major...Trustee Scholar...Chose USO for its academic programs and location ... Daughter of Joe and Noreen Aguirre...Bom April 26, 1976 in San Diego, CA.

YR G/GS AB R H HR RBI BA '95 48/46 117 II 24 0 10 .205

#8 WENDY WICK 5-5 Orinda,Ca.

2B Freshman Miramonte HS

Prep: Second Team All- Foothill League selec– tion at Miramonte HS... Also played tennis and soccer... Team captain for two years and selected Second Team All-League. Personal: Chose to attend USO for its location and to be close to family... Daughter of Lorry Wick... Born May 16, 1977 in Oakland, CA.

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#9 KIT HARMANN 5-5 Indianapolis, In.

C Freshman Cathedral HS

Noteworthy: Represented US on national soc– cer team which played in Holland, Sweden and Denmark. Prep: Fighting Irish team set school record for number of wins (21) and were sectional champi– ons... Earned Most Improved Award during sopho– more year... Also played soccer and was named team Most Valuable Defensive Player... Also se– lected to All State team. Personal: Chose USO to experience different place to live ... Daughter of Judy and Kelly Barmann... Born September 5, 1977 in Indianapo– lis, IN.

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HOMETOWN/LAST SCHOOL San Diego, CA/Grossmont HS Sun Valley, CA/Village Christian HS Orinda, CA/Miramonte HS Indianapolis, IN/Cathedral HS Long Beach, CA/St.Anthony's HS Riverside, CA/Norte Vista HS Santa Ynez, CA/Santa Ynez Union HS Pittsburgh, PA/USD HS Sonoma, CA/Justin-Siena HS Glendale, CA/Herbert Hoover HS San Diego, CA/ UC San Diego University City, CA/University City HS San Diego, CA/Mission Bay HS Santa Rosa, CA/Piner HS Laguna Hills, CA/Laguna Hills HS




5-3 SS/CF Jr


Trisha Smith

Jeanne Beauchamp 5-6 LF/CF So



5-5 2B

Wendy Wick



5-5 C

Kit Barmann



5-6 RF


Cari Blackmore

5-5 RF/LF Sr


Lisa Martinez


5-5 OF


Claire Patin



5-7 OF

Jomi Shega



5-6 P/OF

Colleen Norman


Emily Carlson


5-7 2B


5-5 P/3B


Amy Fenelli

5-6 CF/C Sr


Debbie Smith


RF/3B So


Melissa Aguirre


5-3 3B


Gretchen Lees



Jennifer Milo



Head Coach: Lin Adams Assistant Coaches: Dani Goodlett

Aguirre, Melissa Barmann, Kit Beauchamp, Jeanne

Melissa Aguirre (Ah-gear-ee)

Milo, Jennifer Norman, Colleen Patin, Claire Shega, Jomi Smith, Debbie Smith, Trisha Wick, Wendy

Blackmore, Cari Carlson, Emily Fenelli, Amy Lees, Gretchen Martinez, Lisa

Jeanne Beachamp (Juh-ney Beech– um)

Jomi Shega (Jo-mee Shay-ga)

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