USD Softball 1991

n~~iidcoa~h-- Larry Caudillo

(Sitting L-R): June Andrews, Amy Sepkowitz, Linda Adamson , Laura Cisneros, Renee Abaya, Angie Straub, Cindy Harris. (KnHllng L-R): Andrea Sirianni, Debora Presson,


Now in his sixth year at the reins of the University of San Diego women's softball program, Larry Caudillo has guided the Toreras to a 121-113 won/ loss record. His winning percentage of .517 is currently 50th among active Division I coaches. Included among

Staci Roper, Julie Doria, Josie Hudak, Heidi Darby, Cecelia Llanos. (Standing L-R): Asst. Coach Steve Walters,

those years were consecutive winning seasons in 1986 and 1987, USD's first two years of softball competition at the NCAA Division I level, as well as a 30-25 record in 1989 and 25-25 record last season. Caudillo had been an assistant with the softball program for one season prior to being named head coach for the 1987 season. A former assistant coach with the USO football program for 15 seasons, Caudillo is a graduate of San Diego State University. He played baseball for two years at Grossmont College before playing two years at USO. Larry and his wife, Judy, have two sons, Joseph and Paul. They reside in the Scripps Ranch area of San Diego. Steve Walters is in his fifth year as assistant coach with the Toreras. He is a Special Education teacher in the San Diego Unified School District as well as a women's soccer coach at Hoover High School. He is a graduate of San Diego State University. He resides in the Pacific Beach area of San Diego with his wife, Claudia, and their two daughters, Jaime and Jackie. 1991 USO Softball Prospectus Young but experienced - these are the words that aptly describe the 1991 USO women's softball team. Head coach Larry Caudillo will field a '91 squad devoid of seniors and including just two juniors. He welcomes back seven sopho– mores off last season's 25-25 squad and will fill out the roster with ten freshmen experiencing their first taste of collegiate softball action. Three sophomores return to key a deep USO pitching staff. Hillary Savage (10-3, 3 shutouts) was the team's 1990 ace. Tiffany Wasilewski (9-13, 17 complete games) had an earned run average of 1.78. Staci Roper authored 7 complete games to go along with her 6-9 record. Freshman lefthander Aimee Reinard completes the Torera staff. The Toreraswill be equally strong on offense and defense. Sophomore Laura Cisneros (.265, 20 rbi's) will handle the Assistant Coach Steve Walters

Hillary Savage, Marianne Stahl, Aimee Reinard, Melissa Reinard, Tiffany Wasilewski, Head Coach Larry Caudillo.

1991 USD Softball Roster


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HOMETOWN/ HIGH SCHOOL Sunnyvale CA/St. Francis Escondido CA/San Pasqual Imperial Beach CA/Marion La Jolla CA/La Jolla Grass Valley CA/Nevada Union Playa del Rey CA/Notre Dame Academy San Diego CA/Madison Laguna Hills CA/Laguna Hills San Diego CA/Mission Bay Bellflower CA/Valley Christian Los Angeles CA/Marlborough Burbank CA/Marlborough West Covina CA/Bishop Amat Warren OH/Howland Los Angeles CA/Immaculate Heart Warren OH/Howland Mammoth Lakes CA/Mammoth Lakes Piedmont CA/Piedmont Glendale AZ/Cactus

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Cindy Harris Julie Doria

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Laura Cisneros Heidi Darby Angie Straub



Debora Presson June Andrews Marianne Stahl Tiffany Wasilewski Cecelia Llanos Andrea Sirianni Renee Abaya Aimee Reinard Amy Sepkowitz Melissa Reinard Linda Adamson Hillary Savage Josephine Hudak Staci Roper






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Head Coach: Larry Caudillo (6th Year)

Assistant Coach: Steve Walters

majority of the catching chores, a task she will share with newcomers Cecilia Llanos and Melissa Reinard, Aimee's twin sister. First base will be patrolled by one of three players - Wasilewski (.392 batting average), Roper or Aimee Reinard. Second base is the domain of 1990MVP June Andrews (.305, 23 runs scored), who will also occupy the second spot in the batting order. The number three spot in the batting order will belong to slick-fielding junior shortstop Julie Doria (.386, 28 runs scored).When she's not in centerfield, sophomore Angie Straub (.349, 21 stolen bases) will hold down third base. Depth in the infield will be provided from Cisneros and freshmen Amy Sepkowitz, Heidi Darby and Debora Presson. Sophomore rightfielder Marianne Stahl (.264, 3 triples) returns to ·achor a young outfield corps. Sophomore Renee Abaya is expected to provide speed to the USO offense while

handling leftfield duties. Two freshmen considered to be exceptional defensive players, Cindy Harris and Josie Hudak, will see the majority of the action in centerfield. Depth in the outfield will be provided by another pair of freshmen, Linda Adamson and Andrea Sirianni. Caudillo is looking for big things from his 1991 Toreras. He feels the ingredients are all present for his team to have an outstanding season. He sees a victory total "somewhere in therangeof 30 to35"as entirely possible for his 1991 Toreras. Coach Caudillo feels that his blend of youth and experience will carry them throughout 1991 and will provide the corner– stone for what should be an interesting future for USO women's softball.

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