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TC3 Student-Athletes Receive National Academic Honors

July 9, 2014

Four Tompkins Cortland Community College student-athletes have been honored with a National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Academic Student-Athlete Award. Taylor Policay (Lansing H.S./Ithaca), Kyle Shaw (Groton H.S./Groton), Sara Sinnigen (Dryden H.S./Dryden), and Hannah Wildenstein (Dryden H.S./Freeville) were each presented with the NJCAA Award for Exemplary Academic Achievement. The award, which was previously known as the NJCAA Academic All-American award, requires a minimum grade point average of 3.6. Only three percent of the nearly 60,000 student-athletes competing in the NJCAA this year received the designation.

Policay was a member of both the women’s basketball and softball teams. She completed her sport management degree in May, graduating with a GPA of 3.76. On the softball diamond she earned all-conference honors after a stellar freshman season that saw her blast nine home runs, including a TC3-record two in one playoff game. Over two seasons at TC3, she started 58 of 59 softball games, leading the team in slugging percentage during that time. On the basketball court she started 17 of 22 games, averaging more than three points and six rebounds per contest.

Shaw golfed for TC3, qualifying for the NJCAA national tournament in both his freshman and sophomore years. He was the team’s top scorer, and completed his academic work in business administration in May, graduating with a GPA of 3.61.

A captain on the women’s soccer team, Sinnigen was a two-time all-conference selection, an NJCAA all-region choice, and an NSCAA All-American for the Panthers. A liberal arts and sciences major, she completed her coursework with a GPA of 3.71.

Wildenstein, the lone first-year student among TC3’s honorees, was also a member of the women’s soccer team. She started 11 games and has a GPA of 3.70 in business administration.

TC3 Represented by Two on All-MSAC Team

June 5, 2014

Two Tompkins Cortland Community College softball players have been named to the Mid-State Athletic Conference all-conference softball team. Sophomore Angela Everhart (Ithaca H.S./Ithaca) and freshman Kailyn Andrews (Ithaca H.S./Ithaca) were among the 16 selected to the team. Voting was done by the coaches from the seven conference teams.

Everhart was one of TC3’s top offensive threats all season, leading the team with 25 RBI while batting .412, third best on the squad. She hit three home runs, tied for second most on the team, and had a slugging percentage of .562.

Andrews had TC3’s best on-base percentage at .562 and the second-best batting average at .475. She hit ten doubles and had a slugging percentage of .639, both the second best on the team.

It’s the eighth straight year TC3 has placed at least two players on the all-conference team.

Roster–2003 Women's Softball

Amber Wallace

24-Amber Wallace

Position:
Year: Freshman
Height:
High School: Canastota
Hometown: Canastota
Major: Liberal Arts and Sciences-General Studies

Amber lives by the Theodore Roosevelt philosophy of "speak softly and carry a big stick." As a member of Coach Fraher's powerhouse Canastota High teams, Amber put up some huge numbers as the team won the Center State Conference her sophomore, junior, and senior seasons. A third-team all-state performer as a senior, Amber also played in the 2002 Empire State Games.
 
In addition to a powerful swing, Amber combines one of the strongest arms on the team and good hands to make her a tremendous assett on defense. A four sport athlete in high school (softball, soccer, field hockey, and basketball), Amber brings impressive tools to the diamond.


Team Photo

No. Name Pos. Year Ht. Wt. High School/Hometown
1 Sheena Adger So. East/Rochester
4 Brandy Howland So. Newark Valley/Newark Valley
6 Heather Johnson Fr. Newark/Newark
7 Angela Coraci So. Union Springs/Auburn
10 Katie Birch So. Newark Valley/Newark Valley
11 Alison Senter So. Groton/Groton
12 Amy Bovair Fr. Newark Valley/Newark Valley
14 Laura Thomas So. South Seneca/Interlaken
20 Cassidy Rodman So. Sherburne-Earlville/Earlville
21 Krista Bowman So. Southern Cayuga/King Ferry
22 Lorretta Taylor Fr. Canastota/Canastota
24 Amber Wallace Fr. Canastota/Canastota
33 Heather Andrews Fr. Mynderse Academy/Seneca Falls
34 Jenna Banta Fr. Nanuet/Nanuet

Statistics–Women's Softball

Women's Softball

2014 Season

Overall (13-13)
Region III (11-11)

Statistics

Previous Seasons

2013

2012

2011

2010

2009

2008

2007

2006

2005

Records

Team Records

Most Wins (Season)

35 (2012)
35 (2009)
34 (2010)
34 (2011)

Most Consecutive Wins (Season)

19 (2011)
18 (2012)
17 (2010)

Best Winning Percentage (Season)

.875 (2012)
.810 (2011)
.773 (2010)

Most Runs Scored (Game)

28 (vs. SUNY Delhi, 4/13/07)
25 (at Morrisville State, 4/28/04)
25 (vs. Niagara County CC, 1993)

Most Runs Scored (Season)

383 (2012)
289 (2011)
288 (2010)

Best Runs-Per-Game Average

9.6 (2012)
9.1 (1993)
8.9 (1992)

Fewest Runs Allowed Per Game Average (Season)

2.0 (2012)
3.2 (2011)
3.3 (2009)

Biggest Margin of Victory (Game)

23 (at Morrisville State, 4/28/04)
21 (vs. SUNY Delhi, 4/13/07)
19 (at Finger Lakes CC, 4/16/09)
19 (vs. Wells College, 3/25/05)

Most Hits (Game)

26 (vs. SUNY Delhi, 4/13/07)
24 (at Elmira College JV, 4/26/02)
23 (at Finger Lakes CC, 4/16/09)
23 (vs. Mohawk Valley CC, 4/13/14)

Most Hits (Season)

468 (2009)
466 (2012)
395 (2011)

Most Doubles (Game)

6 (vs. Niagara County CC, 4/16/12)
6 (at Northampton CC, 3/30/12)
6 (at Jefferson CC, 5/3/07)
6 (at Herkimer County CC, 5/5/06)

Most Doubles (Season)

104 (2012)
64 (2009)
64 (2011)

Most Triples (Game)

2 (over ten times)

Most Triples (Season)

16 (2009)
13 (2010)
12 (2007)

Most Home Runs (Game)

6 (at Corning CC, 4/10/12)
4 (at Broome CC, 4/21/11)
4 (at Onondaga CC, 5/5/07)

Most Home Runs (Season)

36 (2012)
34 (2011)
29 (2010)

Most RBIs (Game)

22 (at Morrisville State, 4/28/04)
22 (vs. SUNY Delhi, 4/13/07)
20 (at Hagerstown CC, 3/29/14)

Most RBIs (Season)

341 (2012)
260 (2010)
258 (2011)

Most Stolen Bases (Game)

7 (at Niagara County CC, 4/10/09)
7 (vs. Wells College, 3/25/05)
7 (at Finger Lakes CC, 4/16/09)

Most Stolen Bases (Season)

70 (2009)
69 (2010)
53 (2006)

Most Walks (Game)

15 (vs. SUNY Canton, 4/13/03)
14 (vs. Columbus State CC, 3/24/05)
13 (at Hagerstown CC, 3/29/14)

Most Walks (Season)

123 (2009)
115 (2008)
114 (2005)

Best ERA - Pitching (Season)

1.43 (2012)
1.88 (2005)
1.99 (2007)

Most Strikeouts - Pitching (Game)

17 (vs. Ridgewater CC, 5/17/12)
15 (at Niagara County CC, 4/10/11)
14 (at Niagara County CC, 4/10/09)
14 (vs. Indiana Tech University JV, 3/20/12)
14 (vs. Broome CC, 4/14/12)

Most Strikeouts - Pitching (Season)

329 (2012)
291 (2011)
268 (2009)

Most Shutouts - Pitching (Season)

15 (2012)
10 (2011)
9 (2008)

Best Fielding Percentage (Season)

.965 (2009)
.953 (2012)
.927 (2002)

Most Assists - Fielding (Season)

415 (2009)
350 (2006)
331 (2005)

Individual Records - Hitting

Highest Batting Average (Season)

.557 Colleen Bannon (2010)
.506 Laura Thomas (2002)
.493 Ruthanne Forehand (2014)

Highest Batting Average (Career-two seasons)

.474 Brooke Wierzbicki (2009-10)
.437 Colleen Bannon (2009-10)
.431 Tayler Fravel (2011-12)

Highest On-Base Percentage (Season)

.611 Colleen Bannon (2010)
.550 Samijo Scheer (2012)
.547 Laura Thomas (2002)

Highest On-Base Percentage (Career-two seasons)

.516 Samijo Scheer (2011-12)
.500 Colleen Bannon (2009-10)
.492 Brooke Wierzbicki (2009-10)

Highest Slugging Percentage (Season)

.951 Colleen Bannon (2010)
.885 Kristan Baker (2012)
.835 Laura Thomas (2002)

Highest Slugging Percentage (Career)

.741 Colleen Bannon (2009-10)
.739 Brooke Wierzbicki (2009-10)
.705 Mackenzie Sherlock (2011-12)

Most Hits (Game)

5 Brooke Wierzbicki (at Finger Lakes CC, 4/16/09)
5 Alice Karpel (at SUNY Cobleskill, 4/16/05)
5 Jamie Sage (at Elmira College JV, 4/26/02)
5 Tiffany Horton (vs. SUNY Cobleskill, 4/20/02)

Most Hits (Season)

68 Colleen Bannon (2010)
67 Tayler Fravel (2012)
64 Kristan Baker (2012)

Most Hits (Career)

118 Colleen Bannon (2009-10)
118 Brooke Wierzbicki (2009-10)
83 Rose Dovi (2007-08)

Most Doubles (Game)

3 Colleen Bannon (vs. Jefferson CC, 4/29/10)
3 Erin Armstrong (at Herkimer County CC, 5/5/06)
3 Amber Wallace (vs. Centenary College, 3/26/03)

Most Doubles (Season)

22 Kristan Baker (2012)
15 Bethany Williamson (2007)
14 Brooke Wierzbicki (2009)
14 Brooke Wierzbicki (2010)

Most Doubles (Career)

28 Brooke Wierzbicki (2009-10)
25 Tayler Fravel (2011-12)
24 Samijo Scheer (2011-12)

Most Triples (Game)

2 Colleen Bannon (at Alfred State College, 4/26/09)
2 Jolene Phillips (at Genesee CC, 4/9/04)

Most Triples (Season)

5 Rose Dovi (2007)
5 Colleen Bannon (2009)
5 Vicki Mann (1995)

Most Triples (Career)

9 Colleen Bannon (2009-10)
8 Rose Dovi (2007-08)
7 Brooke Wierzbicki (2009-10)

Most Home Runs (Game)

2 Taylor Policay (at Onondaga CC, 5/4/13)
2 Taylor Policay (vs. Genesee CC, 4/28/13)
2 Mackenzie Sherlock (vs. Broome CC, 4/19/12)
2 Mackenzie Sherlock (at Corning CC, 4/10/12)
2 Samijo Scheer (vs. Calhoun CC (Ala.), 3/22/11)
2 Bethany Williamson (at Onondaga CC, 5/5/07)
2 Rose Dovi (at Onondaga CC, 5/5/07)
2 Tiffany Horton (vs. SUNY Cobleskill, 4/20/02)

Most Home Runs (Season)

10 Mackenzie Sherlock (2012)
10 Kristan Baker (2012)
9 Taylor Policay (2013)
9 Colleen Bannon (2010)

Most Home Runs (Career)

17 Mackenzie Sherlock (2011-12)
15 Colleen Bannon (2009-10)
14 Taylor Policay (2013-14)

Most RBIs (Game)

8 Meghan Orman (vs. SUNY Cobleskill, 4/17/04)
7 Taylor Policay (vs. Mohawk Valley CC, 4/13/14)
6 Mackenzie Sherlock (at Corning CC, 4/10/12)
6 Samijo Scheer (at Northampton CC, 3/30/12)
6 Brooke Radley (at Broome CC, 4/21/11)
6 Niki Rieman (at Genesee CC, 5/4/08)

Most RBIs (Season)

61 Kristan Baker (2012)
49 Samijo Scheer (2012)
45 Mackenzie Sherlock (2012)

Most RBIs (Career)

79 Samijo Scheer (2011-12)
76 Mackenzie Sherlock (2011-12)
76 Brooke Wierzbicki (2009-10)

Most Runs Scored (Game)

4 Several times (-)

Most Runs Scored (Season)

59 Colleen Bannon (2010)
47 Colleen Bannon (2009)
45 Ashley Snyder (2011)

Most Runs Scored (Career)

106 Colleen Bannon (2009-10)
72 Heather Weber (2005-06)
61 Ashley Morey (2007-08)

Most Stolen Bases (Game)

5 Colleen Bannon (vs. Brookdale CC, 5/20/10)
4 Colleen Bannon (at Corning CC, 4/13/10)
3 Several times (-)

Most Stolen Bases (Season)

40 Colleen Bannon (2010)
23 Ashley Greenough (2009)
17 Tiffany Horton (2002)

Most Stolen Bases (Career)

55 Colleen Bannon (2009-10)
30 Heather Weber (2005-06)
23 Ashley Greenough (2009)

Most Walks (Game)

4 Stacy Skrivan (vs. Columbus State CC, 3/24/05)
3 Amber Harmon (at Niagara County CC, 4/21/07)
3 Casey Ebeling (at Corning CC, 4/19/07)
3 Laura Thomas (vs. SUNY Canton, 4/13/03)
3 Cassidy Rodman (at Elmira College JV, 4/26/02)

Most Walks (Season)

19 Danielle O'Rourke (2009)
18 Colleen Bannon (2010)
18 Casey Morey (2014)

Most Walks (Career)

34 Colleen Bannon (2009-10)
33 Casey Morey (2013-14)
32 Heather Weber (2005-06)

Most Consecutive Games with a Hit

25 Kristan Baker (2012)
21 Jolene Phillips (2005)
19 Rose Dovi (2007)
19 Tayler Fravel (2012)

Individual Records - Pitching

Most Wins (Season)

21 Alice Karpel (2005)
19 Ashley Snyder (2011)
18 Emilie Rogers (2012)

Most Wins (Career)

36 Alice Karpel (2004-05)
28 Niki Rieman (2007-08)
23 Mackenzie Sherlock (2011-12)

Best ERA (Season)

1.28 Alice Karpel (2004)
1.28 Niki Rieman (2008)
1.70 Alice Karpel (2005)

Best ERA (Career)

1.48 Niki Rieman (2007-08)
1.55 Alice Karpel (2004-05)
3.11 Laura Thomas (2002-03)

Most Strikeouts (Game)

17 Emilie Rogers (vs. Ridgewater CC, 4/17/12)
15 Ashley Snyder (at Niagara County CC, 4/10/11)
14 Lauren Dykeman (at Niagara County CC, 4/11/09)
14 Emilie Rogers (vs. Indiana Tech University JV, 3/30/12)

Most Strikeouts (Season)

209 Emilie Rogers (2012)
183 Alice Karpel (2005)
175 Ashley Snyder (2011)

Most Strikeouts (Career)

297 Alice Karpel (2004-05)
219 Niki Rieman (2007-08)
209 Emilie Rogers (2012)

Most Shutouts (Season)

8 Niki Rieman (2008)
6 Mackenzie Sherlock (2012)
6 Emilie Rogers (2012)
6 Ashley Snyder (2011)

Most Shutouts (Career)

12 Niki Rieman (2007-08)
9 Mackenzie Sherlock (2011-12)
6 Emilie Rogers (2012)
6 Alice Karpel (2004-05)
6 Ashley Snyder (2011)

Individual Records - Fielding

Best Fielding Percentage (Season)

1.000 Samijo Scheer (2012)
.995 Lauren Dykeman (2009)
.992 Danielle O'Rourke (2009)

Best Fielding Percentage (Career)

.984 Samijo Scheer (2011-12)
.979 Chelsea Houtenbrink (2011-12)
.968 Katie Birch (2002-03)

Most Assists (Season)

86 Alice Karpel (2005)
85 Amber Wallace (2003)
75 Amanda Christofferson (2006)

Most Assists (Career)

151 Alice Karpel (2004-05)
122 Amber Wallace (2003-04)
114 Ashley Dellefave (2004-05)

Most Put Outs (Season)

269 Tiffany Volkert (2006)
257 Katie Huston (2012)
244 Tiffany Volkert (2005)

Most Put Outs (Career)

513 Tiffany Volkert (2005-06)
452 Danielle O'Rourke (2008-09)
308 Chelsea Houtenbrink (2011-12)

Team Playoff Records

Most Runs Scored (Playoff Game)

14 (vs. Brookdale CC, 5/14/09)
13 (vs. Hudson Valley CC, 5/13/11)
12 (vs. Monroe CC, 5/11/12)

Most Hits (Playoff Game)

18 (vs. College of DuPage, 5/16/09)
18 (vs. Brookdale CC, 5/14/09)
17 (vs. Hudson Valley CC, 5/13/11)

Most Doubles (Playoff Game)

4 (vs. Ridgewater CC, 5/17/12)
4 (vs. College of DuPage, 5/16/09)
3 (vs. Gloucester County College, 5/20/11)
3 (vs. Genesee CC, 5/5/09)
3 (vs. Brookdale CC, 5/14/09)

Most Triples (Playoff Game)

2 (vs. Suffolk County CC, 5/20/10)
2 (vs. Monroe CC, 5/15/09)

Most Home Runs (Playoff Game)

3 (at Onondaga CC, 5/4/13)
3 (vs. Monroe CC, 5/11/12)
2 (vs. Genesee CC, 5/15/10)
2 (at Corning CC, 5/8/09)

Most RBIs (Playoff Game)

13 (vs. Hudson Valley CC, 5/13/11)
12 (vs. Monroe CC, 5/11/12)
11 (vs. Brookdale CC, 5/14/09)

Most Stolen Bases (Playoff Game)

5 (vs. Brookdale CC, 5/20/10)
2 (vs. Itasca CC, 5/17/12)
2 (vs. Gloucester County College, 5/20/11)
2 (vs. Herkimer County CC, 5/11/10)

Most Walks (Playoff Game)

6 (vs. Brookdale CC, 5/20/10)
4 (vs. College of DuPage, 5/16/09)
4 (vs. Westmoreland CC, 5/14/09)

Most Strikeouts - Pitching (Playoff Game)

17 (vs. Ridgewater College, 5/17/12)
13 (vs. Hudson Valley CC, 5/13/11)
12 (vs. Genesee CC, 5/15/10)

Individual Playoff Records

Most Hits (Playoff Game)

3, Several times (-)

Most Doubles (Playoff Game)

3, Kristan Baker (vs. Ridgewater CC, 5/17/12)
2, Brianna Sheppard (vs. Genesee CC, 5/5/09)

Most Triples (Playoff Game)

1, Several times (-)

Most Home Runs (Playoff Game)

2, Taylor Policay (at Onondaga CC, 5/4/13)

Most RBIs (Playoff Game)

4, Chelsea Houtenbrink (vs. Monroe CC, 5/11/12)
4, Samijo Scheer (vs. Hudson Valley CC, 5/13/11)
4, Colleen Bannon (vs. Brookdale CC, 5/14/09)

Most Runs Scored (Playoff Game)

3, Colleen Bannon (vs. Brookdale CC, 5/20/10)
3, Joelle Herrick (vs. Brookdale CC, 5/14/09)
3, Brooke Wierzbicki (vs. Brookdale CC, 5/14/09)

Most Stolen Bases (Playoff Game)

5, Colleen Bannon (vs. Brookdale CC, 5/20/10)

Most Walks (Playoff Game)

3, Samijo Scheer (vs. Ridgewater College, 5/19/11)
2, Janelle Boyd (vs. Brookdale CC, 5/20/10)
2, Brooke Wierzbicki (vs. Brookdale CC, 5/20/10)

Most Strikeouts (Playoff Game)

17, Emilie Rogers (vs. Ridgewater CC, 5/17/12)
13, Mackenzie Sherlock (vs. Hudson Valley CC, 5/13/11)
12, Janelle Boyd (vs. Genesee CC, 5/15/10)

Honors

National Championships
2009

NJCAA Playoff Appearances
2002, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

All-American Players
12

All-Region Players
30

All-MSAC Players
44

No Hitters
Tiffany Horton, Alice Karpel (2), Niki Rieman, Brittney Wilson, Lauren Dykeman (2), Ashley Snyder (2), Katrina Teeter, Mackenzie Sherlock, Kristan Baker, Emilie Rogers

          

Coaches–Women's Softball

Paige Freeman

Head Coach

Paige FreemanCoach Freeman takes leadership of the TC3 softball program for the 2013-14 academic year. She has been a part of the program since playing on the national championship season in 2009. As a freshman on that team, Freeman hit .384 with seven doubles and 22 RBI. As a sophomore she hit .305 with three homers and 21 RBI, and was named to the Region III All-Tournament team. She joined the coaching staff in 2011, helping guide the Panthers to regional titles and third-place finishes at nationals in both 2011 and 2012. She was promoted to Associate Head Coach for the 2013 season and named the Head Coach for 2014.

Contact: pef@tc3.edu, 607-844-8222, Ext.4409


Brooke Radley

Assistant Coach

Brooke RadelyCoach Radley joins the staff for 2014. She played for the Panthers in 2010 and 2011, helping the team to consecutive Region III championships and national tournament appearances. She was named to both the all-conference and all-region teams as a catcher after a sophomore season that saw her hit six home runs and drive in 33. After TC3, she continued her playing career at Oswego State. Over two years, she started 48 games and played in 60, leading the Lakers to back-to-back SUNYAC Tournament appearances for the first time in program history.

Contact: athletics@TC3.edu


David Stevenson

Assistant Coach

Dave StevensonTC3’s assistant athletic director and men’s basketball coach, Coach Stevenson served as the head softball coach for 2012-13. For 2013-14 he will remain with the softball program as an assistant, working with Coach Freeman to keep the Panthers among the elite. A former college baseball player, Coach Stevenson brings great knowledge and unparalleled passion for the game, and an unwavering commitment to helping get the best of student-athletes on and off the field.

Contact: dls@TC3.edu, 607-844-8222, Ext.4494


Highlights–2003 Women's Softball

Panthers Close Regular Season with Sweep

Sunday, May 04, 2003

The TC3 softball team brought the regular season to a positive closing Sunday by sweeping a doubleheader from Herkimer County Community College. The Panthers beat Herkimer 10-0 and 15-7, with both games shortened by the NJCAA mercy rule. TC3 finishes the regular season 14-16 overall and 12-11 in Region III while Herkimer ends the year 7-14 overall and 6-12 in region. The wins make TC3 eligible for postseason play. Bids to the NJCAA tournament will be announced Sunday evening.
 
Game one was all TC3, as Panthers pitchers Krista Bowman (Southern Cayuga/King Ferry) and Cassidy Rodman (Sherburne-Earlville/Earlville) combined on a one-hitter. Bowman earned the win, going the first three innings before turning the ball over to Rodman for the final two innings. Lorretta Taylor (Canastota/Canastota) sparked the offense, going 2-for-3 with a double and two runs scored. Sheena Adger (East/Rochester) tripled and drove in two runs in the win.
 
After going the last four innings without a hit in the opener, Herkimer came out of the gates fast in game two, putting together a pair of hits to score a run and take the lead. TC3 responded with a pair of runs in the bottom of the first, but a five-run rally by Herkimer in the top of the second gave the visitors a 6-1 lead. The lead grew to 7-1 in the fourth before TC3 started their own rally. Two runs in the fourth and a single tally in the fifth cut the lead to 7-5, and set the stage for a game-ending rally. After pitcher Laura Thomas (South Seneca/Interlaken) held Herkimer scoreless in the top of the inning, TC3 scored 10 runs in the bottom of the inning to take the lead and put the eight-run mercy into effect.
 
Brandy Howland (Newark Valley/Newark Valley) went 2-for-4 with 3 RBI's and 2 runs to spark the offense from the leadoff spot. Amber Wallace (Canastota/Canastota), Lorretta Taylor (Canastota/Canastota), and Thomas each added two hits, with Wallace collecting the teams only double.


Panthers One-Hit Herkimer

Sunday, May 04, 2003

The TC3 softball team brought the regular season to a positive closing Sunday by sweeping a doubleheader from Herkimer County Community College. The Panthers beat Herkimer 10-0 and 15-7, with both games shortened by the NJCAA mercy rule. TC3 finishes the regular season 14-16 overall and 12-11 in Region III while Herkimer ends the year 7-14 overall and 6-12 in region. The wins make TC3 eligible for postseason play. Bids to the NJCAA tournament will be announced Sunday evening.
 
Game one was all TC3, as Panthers pitchers Krista Bowman (Southern Cayuga/King Ferry) and Cassidy Rodman (Sherburne-Earlville/Earlville) combined on a one-hitter. Bowman earned the win, going the first three innings before turning the ball over to Rodman for the final two innings. Lorretta Taylor (Canastota/Canastota) sparked the offense, going 2-for-3 with a double and two runs scored. Sheena Adger (East/Rochester) tripled and drove in two runs in the win.
 
After going the last four innings without a hit in the opener, Herkimer came out of the gates fast in game two, putting together a pair of hits to score a run and take the lead. TC3 responded with a pair of runs in the bottom of the first, but a five-run rally by Herkimer in the top of the second gave the visitors a 6-1 lead. The lead grew to 7-1 in the fourth before TC3 started their own rally. Two runs in the fourth and a single tally in the fifth cut the lead to 7-5, and set the stage for a game-ending rally. After pitcher Laura Thomas (South Seneca/Interlaken) held Herkimer scoreless in the top of the inning, TC3 scored 10 runs in the bottom of the inning to take the lead and put the eight-run mercy into effect.
 
Brandy Howland (Newark Valley/Newark Valley) went 2-for-4 with 3 RBI's and 2 runs to spark the offense from the leadoff spot. Amber Wallace (Canastota/Canastota), Lorretta Taylor (Canastota/Canastota), and Thomas each added two hits, with Wallace collecting the teams only double.


Panthers Playoff Hopes Suffer with Loss

Saturday, May 03, 2003

The TC3 softball team's playoff chances took a big blow Saturday as the Panthers dropped a doubleheader to Alfred State, 6-5 and 8-3. The losses leave TC3 12-16 overall and 10-11 in Region III. Alfred State, a team also in contention for a payoff bid, moved to 11-15 overall and 8-5 in Region III. A team must have a record of .500 or better in the region to be eligible for a postseason bid.
 
After Alfred State opened game one with a pair of runs in the first, TC3 battled back to take the lead in the second inning. Laura Thomas (South Seneca/Interlaken) provided the big blow by driving in three runs with a two-out, bases-loaded double. While the five-run outburst in the second would prove to be the last runs TC3 would score in game one, Alfred State chipped away, tying the game in the fourth before scoring the winning run in the sixth. TC3 failed to take advantage of several opportunities as the Panther had runners in scoring position with less than two outs in three of the final five innings but couldn't push a run across.
 
Amber Wallace (Canastota/Canastota) went 2-for-4 at the plate. Krista Bowman (Southern Cayuga/King Ferry) took the loss, allowing nine hits to fall to 6-7 on the year.
 
TC3 again took an early lead in game two, scoring two runs in the bottom of the first. The 2-0 lead held until the third when Alfred State pushed four across the plate. A single run by TC3 in the bottom of the inning made it 4-3, but Alfred State scored four in the top of the sixth to put the game away. Angela Coraci (Union Springs/Auburn) collected three of TC3's eight hits, going 3-for-4 with a double and an RBI. Laura Thomas (South Seneca/Interlaken) took the loss to fall to 5-8 on the season.
 
TC3 hosts Herkimer County Community College Sunday, May 4 at Noon.


Panthers Miss Opportunities in Loss

Saturday, May 03, 2003

The TC3 softball team's playoff chances took a big blow Saturday as the Panthers dropped a doubleheader to Alfred State, 6-5 and 8-3. The losses leave TC3 12-16 overall and 10-11 in Region III. Alfred State, a team also in contention for a payoff bid, moved to 11-15 overall and 8-5 in Region III. A team must have a record of .500 or better in the region to be eligible for a postseason bid.
 
After Alfred State opened game one with a pair of runs in the first, TC3 battled back to take the lead in the second inning. Laura Thomas (South Seneca/Interlaken) provided the big blow by driving in three runs with a two-out, bases-loaded double. While the five-run outburst in the second would prove to be the last runs TC3 would score in game one, Alfred State chipped away, tying the game in the fourth before scoring the winning run in the sixth. TC3 failed to take advantage of several opportunities as the Panther had runners in scoring position with less than two outs in three of the final five innings but couldn't push a run across.
 
Amber Wallace (Canastota/Canastota) went 2-for-4 at the plate. Krista Bowman (Southern Cayuga/King Ferry) took the loss, allowing nine hits to fall to 6-7 on the year.
 
TC3 again took an early lead in game two, scoring two runs in the bottom of the first. The 2-0 lead held until the third when Alfred State pushed four across the plate. A single run by TC3 in the bottom of the inning made it 4-3, but Alfred State scored four in the top of the sixth to put the game away. Angela Coraci (Union Springs/Auburn) collected three of TC3's eight hits, going 3-for-4 with a double and an RBI. Laura Thomas (South Seneca/Interlaken) took the loss to fall to 5-8 on the season.
 
TC3 hosts Herkimer County Community College Sunday, May 4 at Noon.


Offensive Struggles Continue for Panthers

Thursday, May 01, 2003

The TC3 offensive struggles continued as the Panthers dropped a pair of games at Broome Community College Thursday. TC3 lost to Broome 6-0 and 10-2 to fall to 12-14 overall and 10-9 in Region III. Broome improved to 20-2 overall and 18-2 in the region.
 
Broome jumped to a 3-0 lead in the first inning of game one, capitalizing on four hits, a walk, and a TC3 error. A two run fourth and a single run in the fifth provided the final margin, as TC3 was limited to just 3 hits. TC3's Krista Bowman (Southern Cayuga/King Ferry) took the loss, allowing 4 earned runs on 10 hits. Angela Coraci (Union Springs/Auburn) went 1-for-2 with a stolen base to provide a bright spot offensively.
 
Broome again took an early lead in game two, scoring in the bottom of the first inning. The Panthers finally broke through in the second inning as Amber Wallace (Canastota/ Canastota) opened the inning with a single and came around to score on a sacrifice bunt by Cassidy Rodman (Sherburne-Earlville/Earlville). The run tied the game and snapped a streak of 22 scoreless innings for TC3. The tie was short-lived as Broome scored three times in the bottom of the second to take the lead for good. A pair of runs in the bottom of fifth made the score 10-2, invoking the NJCAA mercy rule that ends a game when a team has a lead of eight or more runs after five innings. Angela Coraci (Union Springs/Auburn) was one of four Panthers to collect a hit in game two, and the only TC3 player to have more than one hit for the afternoon.
 
TC3 enters the final weekend of regular season play with a possible NJCAA playoff bid at stake. TC3 hosts Alfred State at 2 PM Saturday and Herkimer County Community College at noon on Sunday, with the results of this weekend likely to determine the playoff picture.


Panthers Shut Out at Broome

Thursday, May 01, 2003

The TC3 offensive struggles continued as the Panthers dropped a pair of games at Broome Community College Thursday. TC3 lost to Broome 6-0 and 10-2 to fall to 12-14 overall and 10-9 in Region III. Broome improved to 20-2 overall and 18-2 in the region.
 
Broome jumped to a 3-0 lead in the first inning of game one, capitalizing on four hits, a walk, and a TC3 error. A two run fourth and a single run in the fifth provided the final margin, as TC3 was limited to just 3 hits. TC3's Krista Bowman (Southern Cayuga/King Ferry) took the loss, allowing 4 earned runs on 10 hits. Angela Coraci (Union Springs/Auburn) went 1-for-2 with a stolen base to provide a bright spot offensively.
 
Broome again took an early lead in game two, scoring in the bottom of the first inning. The Panthers finally broke through in the second inning as Amber Wallace (Canastota/ Canastota) opened the inning with a single and came around to score on a sacrifice bunt by Cassidy Rodman (Sherburne-Earlville/Earlville). The run tied the game and snapped a streak of 22 scoreless innings for TC3. The tie was short-lived as Broome scored three times in the bottom of the second to take the lead for good. A pair of runs in the bottom of fifth made the score 10-2, invoking the NJCAA mercy rule that ends a game when a team has a lead of eight or more runs after five innings. Angela Coraci (Union Springs/Auburn) was one of four Panthers to collect a hit in game two, and the only TC3 player to have more than one hit for the afternoon.
 
TC3 enters the final weekend of regular season play with a possible NJCAA playoff bid at stake. TC3 hosts Alfred State at 2 PM Saturday and Herkimer County Community College at noon on Sunday, with the results of this weekend likely to determine the playoff picture.


Panthers Fall to Corning

Wednesday, April 30, 2003

The arm of Corning pitcher Heidi Brooks proved to be too much for the TC3 softball team Wednesday, as the Panthers dropped a pair, 6-0 and 2-0. TC3, ranked #6 in the NJCAA Region III poll, falls to 12-12 overall and 10-7 in Region III. Corning, ranked #2 in the region and #7 in the nation, improves to 19-4 overall and 18-2 in Region III.
 
Game one started with both teams threatening but failing to score in the first. In the top half of the inning, TC3's Krista Bowman (Southern Cayuga/King Ferry) worked out bases-loaded jam without allowing a run. In the bottom of the frame, TC3 leadoff hitter Sheena Adger (East/Rochester) would make it to third before being stranded. Two unearned runs in the third gave Corning the lead and proved to be all they would need. Bowman, whose string of 29 straight innings without allowing an earned run was snapped in the fourth, allowed 10 hits over 7 innings to fall to 6-5 on the year. Laura Thomas (South Seneca/Interlaken) was a bright spot on offense, going 2-for-3 with a double.
 
In game two, Laura Thomas (South Seneca/Interlaken) and Brooks hooked up in a pitchers duel. While TC3 was again being limited to four hits, Thomas was nearly as impressive, allowing just four hits and one unearned run over the first six innings. An insurance run in the top of seventh gave Corning the final margin of 2-0. Thomas, who falls to 5-5 with loss, again led the team at the plate, going 3-for-3 with a double.
 
TC3 travels to Broome Community College Thursday, May 1 for a 3:00 PM doubleheader.


Thomas' Effort Wasted as Panthers Fall

Wednesday, April 30, 2003

The arm of Corning pitcher Heidi Brooks proved to be too much for the TC3 softball team Wednesday, as the Panthers dropped a pair, 6-0 and 2-0. TC3, ranked #6 in the NJCAA Region III poll, falls to 12-12 overall and 10-7 in Region III. Corning, ranked #2 in the region and #7 in the nation, improves to 19-4 overall and 18-2 in Region III.
 
Game one started with both teams threatening but failing to score in the first. In the top half of the inning, TC3's Krista Bowman (Southern Cayuga/King Ferry) worked out bases-loaded jam without allowing a run. In the bottom of the frame, TC3 leadoff hitter Sheena Adger (East/Rochester) would make it to third before being stranded. Two unearned runs in the third gave Corning the lead and proved to be all they would need. Bowman, whose string of 29 straight innings without allowing an earned run was snapped in the fourth, allowed 10 hits over 7 innings to fall to 6-5 on the year. Laura Thomas (South Seneca/Interlaken) was a bright spot on offense, going 2-for-3 with a double.
 
In game two, Laura Thomas (South Seneca/Interlaken) and Brooks hooked up in a pitchers duel. While TC3 was again being limited to four hits, Thomas was nearly as impressive, allowing just four hits and one unearned run over the first six innings. An insurance run in the top of seventh gave Corning the final margin of 2-0. Thomas, who falls to 5-5 with loss, again led the team at the plate, going 3-for-3 with a double.
 
TC3 travels to Broome Community College Thursday, May 1 for a 3:00 PM doubleheader.


Panthers Sweep Morrisville

Tuesday, April 29, 2003

The TC3 softball team opened the final week of the regular season with a pair of convincing wins over SUNY Morrisville. The Panthers swept the Mustangs, 9-1 and 14-4, in a pair of games shortened to five innings by the NJCAA mercy rule. TC3, ranked #6 in the latest NJCAA Region III poll, is now 12-10 overall and 10-5 in region. Morrisville falls to 0-18.
 
The outcome of game one was never in doubt, as Krista Bowman (Southern Cayuga/King Ferry) overpowered Morrisville with 11 strikeouts and just one unearned run in five innings of work. Bowman, now 6-4, has now gone 26 innings without allowing an earned run. Cassidy Rodman (Sherburne-Earlville/Earlville) let the nine-hit attack by going 3-for-3 with 2 RBI's. Brandy Howland (Newark Valley/Newark Valley) went 2-for-3 from the leadoff spot, and Laura Thomas (South Seneca/Interlaken) and Ali Senter (Groton/Groton) each added two RBI's.
 
Game two saw Cassidy Rodman (Sherburne-Earlville/Earlville) earn her first collegiate win, allowing just four hits and no earned runs over five innings. Katie Birch (Newark Valley) led the 14-hit attack by going 2-for-4 with 2 runs scored and 2 RBI's. Ali Senter (Groton/Groton) had another strong game at the plate, finishing 2-for-3 with 2 RBI's. Angela Coraci (Union Springs/Auburn) went 2-for-4 with an RBI and 3 runs scored while Lorretta Taylor (Canastota/Canastota) and Amy Bovair (Newark Valley/Newark Valley) each had two-hit games.
 
TC3 hosts Corning Community College Wednesday, April 30 at 4:00 PM.


Bowman Dominates in Win

Tuesday, April 29, 2003

The TC3 softball team opened the final week of the regular season with a pair of convincing wins over SUNY Morrisville. The Panthers swept the Mustangs, 9-1 and 14-4, in a pair of games shortened to five innings by the NJCAA mercy rule. TC3, ranked #6 in the latest NJCAA Region III poll, is now 12-10 overall and 10-5 in region. Morrisville falls to 0-18.
 
The outcome of game one was never in doubt, as Krista Bowman (Southern Cayuga/King Ferry) overpowered Morrisville with 11 strikeouts and just one unearned run in five innings of work. Bowman, now 6-4, has now gone 26 innings without allowing an earned run. Cassidy Rodman (Sherburne-Earlville/Earlville) let the nine-hit attack by going 3-for-3 with 2 RBI's. Brandy Howland (Newark Valley/Newark Valley) went 2-for-3 from the leadoff spot, and Laura Thomas (South Seneca/Interlaken) and Ali Senter (Groton/Groton) each added two RBI's.
 
Game two saw Cassidy Rodman (Sherburne-Earlville/Earlville) earn her first collegiate win, allowing just four hits and no earned runs over five innings. Katie Birch (Newark Valley) led the 14-hit attack by going 2-for-4 with 2 runs scored and 2 RBI's. Ali Senter (Groton/Groton) had another strong game at the plate, finishing 2-for-3 with 2 RBI's. Angela Coraci (Union Springs/Auburn) went 2-for-4 with an RBI and 3 runs scored while Lorretta Taylor (Canastota/Canastota) and Amy Bovair (Newark Valley/Newark Valley) each had two-hit games.
 
TC3 hosts Corning Community College Wednesday, April 30 at 4:00 PM.


Offensive Slump Costs Panthers

Sunday, April 27, 2003

The TC3 softball team’s four game winning streak came to an end Sunday as the Panthers dropped a pair of games at Mohawk Valley Community College, losing the opener 10-2 before falling in the nightcap 5-0. TC3 is now 10-10 overall and 8-5 in the region while Mohawk Valley improves to 13-3 overall.
 
After Saturday’s scheduled games at Schenectady were rained out, the TC3 offense never could get on track as the Panthers could only score in one inning all day. Ali Senter (Groton/Groton) was the lone Panther to record more than one hit on the afternoon, going 1-for-3 in the opener before ripping a double in her only official at bat in game two. Amber Wallace (Canastota/Canastota) also doubled before coming around to score in the first game.
 
Game two pitcher Krista Bowman (Southern Cayuga/King Ferry) was a hard-luck loser, as all five Mohawk Valley runs were unearned. She struck out three while scattering eight hits in the loss.
 
With just a week left in the regular season, TC3 will need a strong finish in the remaining ten games to make the NJCAA playoffs. The Panthers start that playoff push Tuesday with a home doubleheader against SUNY Morrisville. Game one starts at 3:00 PM.


Panthers Struggle in Loss

Sunday, April 27, 2003

The TC3 softball team’s four game winning streak came to an end Sunday as the Panthers dropped a pair of games at Mohawk Valley Community College, losing the opener 10-2 before falling in the nightcap 5-0. TC3 is now 10-10 overall and 8-5 in the region while Mohawk Valley improves to 13-3 overall.
 
The TC3 offense never could get on track as the Panthers could only score in one inning all day. Ali Senter (Groton/Groton) was the lone Panther to record more than one hit on the afternoon, going 1-for-3 in the opener before ripping a double in her only official at bat in game two. Amber Wallace (Canastota/Canastota) also doubled before coming around to score in the first game.


Panthers Score Season-High 19 in Win

Friday, April 25, 2003

The TC3 offense was in high gear Friday as the Panthers swept a doubleheader from Onondaga Community College, winning 11-9 and 19-5. The second game was shortened to five innings by the NJCAA mercy rule. TC3 is now 10-8 overall and 8-3 in the region. Onondaga falls to 2-8 both in region and overall.
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Game two saw TC3 open the game with a six run first inning, powered by Angela Coraci's (Union Springs/Auburn) two-run single. After Onondaga closed the gap to 6-3, TC3 scored four in the third, five in the fourth, and four in the fifth to put the game away. Coraci, Sheena Adger (East/Rochester) and Krista Bowman (Southern Cayuga/King Ferry) each went 2-for-3, with Coraci and Adger each knocking in three runs. Brandy Howland (Newark Valley/Newark Valley) finished with two hits and two RBI's and Katie Birch (Newark Valley/Newark Valley) added two RBI's. Ali Senter (Groton/Groton) had the game's only extra base hit, a double in the fifth. Bowman earned the win on the mound, allowing no earned runs on just three hits. She struck out four while raising her record to 5-3.
 
TC3 plays at Schenectady County Community College Saturday and Mohawk Valley Community College Sunday.


TC3 Holds Off OCC for Win

Friday, April 25, 2003

The TC3 offense was in high gear Friday as the Panthers swept a doubleheader from Onondaga Community College, winning 11-9 and 19-5. The second game was shortened to five innings by the NJCAA mercy rule. TC3 is now 10-8 overall and 8-3 in the region. Onondaga falls to 2-8 both in region and overall.
 
In the opener, TC3 rallied from a one run deficit after four innings to take a five run lead in the middle of the sixth. After Onondaga scored three in the bottom of the sixth to close to within two, Krista Bowman (Southern Cayuga/King Ferry) came on in relief of starter Laura Thomas (South Seneca/Interlaken) and retired the side in order to preserve the victory. Thomas earned the win to improve to 5-4 on the season, while the save was Bowman's first. Jenna Banta (Nanuet/Nanuet) and Heather Andrews (Mynderse Academy/Seneca Falls) each doubled for the winners as TC3 took advantage of 10 Onondaga errors to score eight unearned runs.


Panthers Blank Cobleskill on Thomas 3-Hitter

Saturday, April 19, 2003

For 12 innings Saturday, the TC3 softball team dominated SUNY Cobleskill, winning game one 10-0 and taking a 2-0 lead after five innings in the second game. But a four-run Cobleskill rally in the bottom of the sixth inning set the stage for some more late game dramatics, as TC3 rallied to force extra innings and won game two 11-5.
 
Game one was all TC3, as Laura Thomas (South Seneca/Interlaken) kept Cobleskill off the board, allowing just a pair of first inning singles and a triple in the fourth. She struck out five and didn’t allow a runner to reach scoring position in five of the seven innings.
 
Offensively, TC3 banged out 11 hits, scoring a pair of runs in both of the first two innings to take control. A run in the sixth inning and five runs in the seventh put the game out of reach. Thomas and Heather Johnson (Newark/Newark) each went 2-for-4, with Thomas adding two RBI’s and Johnson scoring two runs. Cassidy Rodman (Sherburne-Earlville/Earlville) belted a triple for the winners.


Extra Inning Outburst Propels Panthers

Saturday, April 19, 2003

For 12 innings Saturday, the TC3 softball team dominated SUNY Cobleskill, winning game one 10-0 and taking a 2-0 lead after five innings in the second game. But a four-run Cobleskill rally in the bottom of the sixth inning set the stage for some more late game dramatics, as TC3 rallied to force extra innings and won game two 11-5. TC3 is now 8-8 overall and 6-3 in Region III. Cobleskill slips to 2-4 overall and in Region III. TC3 is 3-0 in extra inning games and has scored the game-winning run in their last at bats four times.


Panthers Drop Pair to Fifth-Ranked Team in Nation

Monday, April 14, 2003

After scoring 46 runs over the previous 4 games, the TC3 bats fell silent as the Panthers dropped a pair to Monroe Community College Monday. MCC, ranked #5 in the latest NJCAA national poll, took game one 8-0 behind the no-hit pitching of Caitlin MacPherson before winning the nightcap 8-3. TC3 is now 6-8 overall and 4-3 in Region III. Monroe improves to 10-1 overall and 4-0 in Region III. Monroe is the second ranked team in Region III; TC3 is ranked sixth in the region.


Panthers No-Hit in Loss

Monday, April 14, 2003

After scoring 46 runs over the previous 4 games, the TC3 bats fell silent as the Panthers dropped a pair to Monroe Community College Monday. MCC, ranked #5 in the latest NJCAA national poll, took game one 8-0 behind the no-hit pitching of Caitlin MacPherson before winning the nightcap 8-3. TC3 is now 6-8 overall and 4-3 in Region III. Monroe improves to 10-1 overall and 4-0 in Region III. Monroe is the second ranked team in Region III; TC3 is ranked sixth in the region.
 
Game one saw MacPherson in complete control, allowing just one walk while striking out 11 in six innings (the game was stopped due to the NJCAA 8-run mercy rule). Just two Panthers reached base, Amber Wallace (Canastota/Canastota) on a walk in the first inning and Jenna Banta (Nanuet/Nanuet) on an error by the rightfielder in the fourth. TC3 hit the ball out of the infield just three times, all in the fourth inning, and no runner advanced past first base.


Panthers Complete Sweep of Canton

Sunday, April 13, 2003

The TC3 softball team improved to 6-6 on the season with a doubleheader sweep of SUNY Canton Sunday, winning the opener 11-10 before taking the second game 10-7. The Panthers, winners of four straight, are now 4-1 in Region III. Canton falls to 0-7 overall and 0-5 in Region III.


Panthers Rally for Win

Sunday, April 13, 2003

The TC3 softball team improved to 6-6 on the season with a doubleheader sweep of SUNY Canton Sunday, winning the opener 11-10 before taking the second game 10-7. The Panthers, winners of four straight, are now 4-1 in Region III. Canton falls to 0-7 overall and 0-5 in Region III.


Wallace Double Gives Panthers Extra Inning Win

Saturday, April 12, 2003

TC3 looked to have game two in control, holding a 6-1 lead after five innings. Krista Bowman (Southern Cayuga/King Ferry) was cruising on the mound, allowing no hits while striking out four through the first five innings. In the sixth, a FMCC rally sparked by four TC3 errors let the Raiders score six to take a 7-6 lead. After the Panthers scored a pair in the bottom of the sixth, FMCC answered with a tying run in the top of the seventh. When TC3 went scoreless in the seventh, the game was sent to extra innings with the tiebreaker rule in effect. Despite each team starting the inning with a runner on second, neither team could score in the 8th. In the top of the ninth, FMCC scored a single run, setting the stage for some TC3 dramatics.


Offense Explodes at TC3 Mercy Rules FMCC

Saturday, April 12, 2003

Playing on their home field for the first time in 2003, the TC3 softball team unleashed a powerful offense to sweep a doubleheader from Fulton-Montgomery Community College Saturday. The Panthers won the opener 15-7 in a game shortened to 6 innings by the mercy rule.


Panthers Blanked by Powerful D-II Team

Thursday, March 27, 2003

The Panthers finished their Myrtle Beach spring break trip with a 15-0 loss to D-II Southeastern (IA) Community College. Southeastern went 8-0 over the week, with each game stopped by the mercy rule after 5 innings. TC3 returns to New York with a 2-6 record.


Panthers Fall to Alfred State

Thursday, March 27, 2003

A slow start and several poor plays in the outfield were too much to overcome as the Panthers fell to Region III rival Alfred State 9-6.
 
Amber Wallace (Canastota High/Canastota) had an outstanding game, going 3-for-3 with a double and triple and 3 rus scored. She was also perfect on seven chances in the field. Jenna Banta (Nanuet High/Nanuet) went 2-for-3 with a triple and 3 RBI's and Lorretta Taylor (Canastota High/Canastota) added a pair of hits.


Panthers Blow 6 Run Lead in Loss

Wednesday, March 26, 2003

A 6 run lead in the 4th inning wasn't enough as the Panthers fell to D-II Sauk Valley (IL) Community College 7-6. The Panthers took a 6 run lead after 3 1/2 innings powered by 3 RBI's from Laura Thomas (South Seneca High/Interlaken) and a pair from Lorretta Taylor (Canastota High/Canastota). Thomas finished 2-for-3.


Panthers Sloppy in Loss #3

Wednesday, March 26, 2003

Eight TC3 errors led the way to a 7-3 loss to NCAA D-III Centenary (NJ) College. TC3 pitchers only allowed 2 earned runs and Panther hitters out hit their opponent 9-6, but the fielding miscues were too much to overcome. Amber Wallace (Canastota High/Canastota) was a bright spot for TC3 clubbing 3 doubles and driving in 2 runs.


Panthers Work Overtime To Improve To 2-2

Tuesday, March 25, 2003

An infield hit by Heather Andrews scored Cassidy Rodman with a game winning run in the bottom of the 8th inning as TC3 beats Oswego State 3-2. The Panthers, who were no-hit by Oswego the day before, improved to 2-2 on the season. Krista Bowman (Southern Cayuga High/King Ferry) gave up no earned runs over 8 innings to earn the win. Amber Wallace (Canastota High/Canastota) had 2 hits to lead TC3's 8 hit effort.


Panthers Pick Up First Win Over Ohio State

Tuesday, March 25, 2003

Panthers earned their first win of the season with a 3-2 decision over Ohio State University - Newark Campus. Panthers scored 2 runs in the bottom of the fourth to take a 3-1 lead and then held off a 7th inning rally for the victory. Laura Thomas (South Seneca High/Interlaken) picked up the win on the mound with a complete game 3 hitter.


Panthers No-Hit; Fall to 0-2

Monday, March 24, 2003

TC3 fell to 0-2 on the season with a 4-0 loss to Oswego State. The Panthers struggled at the plate and failed to pick up a hit as just 3 players reached base.
 
The Panthers look to get on track Tuesday with games against Sauk Valley (IL) Community College and a rematch with NCAA D-III Oswego State.


Panthers Fall To D-II Team

Monday, March 24, 2003

The Panthers opened the season with a tough loss to a powerful Southeastern (IA) Community College team. Playing against scholarship players TC3 opened the game with 2 runs in the top of the first inning. From that point on it was all Southeastern as the Blackhawks pounded 16 hits in 4 innings.
 
Lorretta Taylor (Canastota High/Canastota) went 2 for 2 with 2 stolen bases in her collegiate debut. Fellow freshman Amber Wallace (Canastota High/Canastota) had the only TC3 RBI.


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2003 Women's Softball Schedule
Date/Time
Opponent/Location
Results
Mon 03/24
9 a.m.
Southeastern CC (IA)
Myrtle Beach, SC
Mon 03/24
11 a.m.
Oswego State
Myrtle Beach, SC
Tue 03/25
11 a.m.
Ohio State University - Newark Campus
Myrtle Beach, SC
Tue 03/25
1 p.m.
Oswego State
Myrtle Beach, SC
Wed 03/26
9 a.m.
Centenary College (N.J.)
Myrtle Beach, SC
Wed 03/26
11 a.m.
Sauk Valley CC (IL)
Myrtle Beach, SC
Thu 03/27
9 a.m.
Alfred State College
Myrtle Beach, SC
Thu 03/27
11 a.m.
Southeastern CC (IA)
Myrtle Beach, SC
Sat 04/12
11 a.m.
Fulton-Montgomery CC
Home
Sat 04/12
1 p.m.
Fulton-Montgomery CC
Home
Sun 04/13
11 a.m.
SUNY Canton
Home
Sun 04/13
1 p.m.
SUNY Canton
Home
Mon 04/14
11 a.m.
Monroe CC
Home
Mon 04/14
1 p.m.
Monroe CC
Home
Sat 04/19
SUNY Cobleskill
Cobleskill
Sat 04/19
SUNY Cobleskill
Cobleskill
Fri 04/25
11 a.m.
Onondaga CC
Onondaga CC
Fri 04/25
1 p.m.
Onondaga CC
Onondaga CC
Sun 04/27
11 a.m.
Mohawk Valley CC
Mohawk Valley CC
Sun 04/27
1 p.m.
Mohawk Valley CC
Mohawk Valley CC
Tue 04/29
11 a.m.
Morrisville State
Home
Tue 04/29
1 p.m.
Morrisville State
Home
Wed 04/30
Corning CC
Home
Wed 04/30
Corning CC
Home
Thu 05/01
11 a.m.
SUNY Broome
Broome CC
Thu 05/01
1 p.m.
SUNY Broome
Broome CC
Sat 05/03
11 a.m.
Alfred State College
Home
Sat 05/03
1 p.m.
Alfred State College
Home
Sun 05/04
Herkimer College
Home
Sun 05/04
Herkimer College
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