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#10 CourtneyBaerWilliamsport / Williamsport
#11 AlannaJenkinsApalachin, NY / Owego Free
Postion:CatcherYear: FreshmanMajor:Elementary Education
#8 ErinCarrollMatawan, NJ / Mater Dei
#9 EmilyCrandellMifflinburg / Mifflinburg
Position:PitcherYear: SophomoreMajor:Art Education/Graphic Design
#5 StephanieSimmethCheektowaga, NY / St. Marys
#7 ChrissyLauerJersey Shore / Jersey Shore
#2 CharaDixonShermans Dale / West Perry
#4 KelleyPfleegorMilton / Milton
Position:OutfieldYear: JuniorMajor:Psychology: Mind & Body Health
#1 KaitlinKramerMechanicsburg / Cumberland Valley
Position:InfieldYear: JuniorMajor:Business Administration
#31 CaitlinKlobositsCoplay / Whitehall
#22 DanielleLongPottstown / Pottsgrove
#25 JordanRishelMuncy / Muncy
Position:OutfieldYear: SeniorMajor:Criminal Justice/Psychology
#18 AllieEarle Troy / Troy
#21 KatePrattTroy / Troy
#14 KaitlynHarrisEndwell, NY / Maine-Endwell
Position:First BaseYear: SophomoreMajor:Biology
#15 LizPieniazekGeneva, NY / Geneva
Position:PitcherYear: SophomoreMajor:Graphic Design
#13 JamieCastellanoHauppage, NY / Happauge
The most successful coach in womens athletics at MU, Edith Gallagher is entering her 21st season at the helm of the Mansfield University softball program.
Gallagher becme the first womens coach in school history to achieve the 300 win milestone with a 7-1 victory over Randolph College in Myrtle Beach, SC on March 10, 2010.
Since taking over the head coaching job in 1992, shes directed the Mountaineers to six postseason berths and has won two ECAC Championships while producing 31 All-PSAC selections.
In 2009, Gallagher directed the Mountaineers to their first PSAC playoff berth in school history with a team that featured just one senior.
Between 2001 and 2005, Gallagher directed the Mountaineers to a 111-117-1 overall mark with two consecutive appearances in the ECAC title game, winning the ECAC Championship in 2004.
In 2005 the teams mark of 21-22 was the fifth straight 20+ win season and included the 250th win of her career. The teams .303 average ranked 2nd in the PSAC East.
In 2004, Gallagher guided the Mountaineers to their fifth ECAC Championship berth and second ECAC Division II title in her tenure. It marked the sixth time a Gallagher coached team has won 20 or more games in a season.
In her first season in 1992, she piloted the Mounties to the best winning percentage in school history (.803) with a 26-6-1 record.
Gallaghers squad also brought home the teams second-straight ECAC championship with an 8-5 win over LIU-Southampton in the title game.
Her 1994 team posted a 23-15 overall record, earning the right to host the ECAC Championship. The Mountaineers finished second in the championship after dropping two one-run games to Gannon.
Under Gallaghers watch, 32 school records have been set, including a school-best 10 game winning streak in 1992 and five individual records in 1999.
An assistant coach in both softball and field hockey at Mansfield during the 1990-91 academic year, Gallagher took over the head coaching duties of both sports in 1992. She turned over the reigns of the field hockey program following the 1993 season.
A 1989 graduate of Hofstra University with a degree in health and physical education, she was a four-year letter winner in both field hockey and softball for the Pride. Gallagher earned all-conference and All-American honors her senior season. In 2008, Gallagher was inducted into the Hofstra University Athletic Hall of Fame.
Angie (Stackhouse) Hunley is entering her fifth season as the full-time assistant and pitching coach for the Mountaineers.
Hunley came to Mansfield after playing and coaching for the Division I Bucknell University softball team. At Bucknell, she quickly established herself as one of the best catchers in Bison history.
Hunley was a starter in 151 of 159 games from 2001-2004 recording a .289 career batting average with 10 home runs and 76 runs batted in. A first-team All-Patriot League selection in 2004 as a senior, Hunley was the second leading hitter in the Patriot League with a .402 batting average. Her 49 hits that season included 10 doubles and six home runs with 35 runs batted in. The six home runs tied the Bucknell single season record while the 35 RBIs broke the Bison school record.
Hunley graduated from Bucknell in May of 2004 with a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration, with a religion minor. Following graduation, Hunley spent the summer playing softball in the top league in Stockholm, Sweden with the Alby Club.
Hunley rejoined the Bison as an assistant coach for the 2005 season and served as the graduate assistant for two seasons during which she completed her classroom requirements for a masters of science degree in education in college student personnel. Hunley has been instrumental in the Mountaineers recent success, including a PSAC playoff berth in 2009, since joining the program especially in recruiting and pitching.
#12 CourtneyBauderJersey Shore / Jersey Shore
Position: UtilityYear: FreshmanMajor: Undecided
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