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Junior Pitchers (L-R) : Hillary Savage and Tiffany Wasilewski UNIVERSITY OF Sl!NDI~ SOFTBALL 1992

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Back Row (l-r): Hillary Savage, Brittany Volk, Aimee Reinard, Marianne Stahl,

Melissa Reinard Middle Row (l-r)

Now in his seventh year at the reins of the University of San Di– ego women's softball program , Larry Caudillo has guided the Toreros to a record of 155-127. His winning percentage of .550 ranks him among the top 50 women's softball coaches. In– cluded among these years were consecutive winning seasons in

Kim Tibbetts, Tiffany Wasilewski, Josie Hudak, Lisa Goodwin, Julie Doris, Laura Cisneros Front Row (/-r): Julie Takeguchi, Natalie Brewer Amy Sepkowitz, Cindy Harris, June Andrews

1986 and '87, USD's first two years at the NCAA Division I level, as well as a 30-25 record in '89 and 34-14 last season. Caudillo had been an assistant coach with the softball program for one season prior to being named head coach for the 1987 season. A former assistant coach (15 seasons) with the USO football program, Caudillo is a graduate of San Diego State University. He played collegiate baseball for two seasons at Grossmont College as well as here at USO. Larry and his wife, Judy, have two sons, Joseph and Paul. They reside in the Scripps Ranch area of San Diego.

UNIVERSITY OF SAN DIEGO WOMEN'S SOFTBALL 1992 TEAM ROSTER NO. NAME POS. YR HT. 1 Cindy Harris OF So 5'4" 2 Julie Doria ss Sr 5'7" 3 Laura Cisneros C/IF Jr 5'5" 5 Angie Straub 38/CF Jr 5'5" 6 Kim Tibbetts 28 Fr 5'4" 7 Natalie Brewer C/IF Fr 5'~ 8 June Andrews SS/28 Sr 5'0" 9 Marianne Stahl RF Jr 5'9" 10 Dina Tarr LF Jr 5'5" 11 Tiffany Wasilewski p Jr 5'6" 16 Aimee Reinard P/18 So 5'9" 17 Amy Sepkowitz 38/0F So 5'3" 18 Melissa Reinard LF So 5'8" 19 Julie Takeguchi OF Fr 4' 11" 21 Heather Kenney p Fr 5'7" 22 Brittany Volk RF/CF Fr 5'10" 25 Hillary Savage p Jr 5'8" 26 Lisa Goodwin C Fr 5'6" 27 Josephine Hudak RF/CF So 5'7" 8/T R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R UL R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R EXP. HOMETOWN/HIGH SCHOOL 1V Sunnyvale CA/St. Francis 2V Escondido CA/San Pasqual 2V Imperial Beach CA/Marian 2V Grass Valley CA/Nevada Union HS LaCanada CA/La Canada HS Modesto CA/Davis 3V San Diego CA/Madison 2V Laguna Hills CA/Laguna Hills 2V Edina MN/Edina 2V San Diego CA/Mission Bay 1V Sagamore Hills OH/Howland 1V Los Angeles CA/Immaculate Heart 1V Sagamore Hills OH/Howland HS Chula Vista CA/Chula Vista HS San Anselmo CA/Sir Francis Drake HS Tigard OR/Tigard 2V Piedmont CA/Piedmont HS Irvine CA/Irvine 1V Glendale AZ/Cactus

Assistant Coach Steve Walters

Steve Walters is in his sixth sea– son as 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 University. Steve resides in the Pa– cific Beach area of San Diego along with his wife, Claudia, and their two daughters, Jaime and Jackie. 1992 USO Softball Outlook The 1991 season brought many smiles to the face of USO Head Coach Larry Caudillo. With a veteran group of returnees bolstered by a talented group of newcomers, the 1992 season could return those smiles-and many more– to Caudillo's face. The success of any fast-pitch softball team is usually based on the strength of its pitchers. That being the case, the Toreros should be very successful. Leading the way are a pair of junior righthanders-Tiffany Wasilewski and Hillary Savage. Wasilewski is coming off a season that saw her become the first USO pitcher to win 20 games (21-5). Savage was USD's top pitcher in 1990. Additional pitching help should come from sophomore lefthander Aimee Reinard and freshman righthander Heather Kenney.

Head Coach : Larry Caudillo (seventh season)

Assistant: Steve Walters (sixth season)

The responsibility for handling the Torero pitchers will be– long to one of three players - junior Laura Cisneros (18th nationally in '91 with 34 rbi's) and freshmen Lisa Goodwin and Natalie Brewer. First base is the domain of Aimee Reinard (20th nationally in triples with 7) while '90 MVP June Andrews (.304) or freshman Kim Tibbetts will handle second base. The key performer at shortstop is '91 MVP Julie Doria, a senior who was 17th nationally in '91 with a .409 batting average. Both Cisneros and Andrews will also see action at shortstop. Third base should be handled by one of four players - junior Angie Straub (.395 B.A. in '91 ), sophomore Amy Sepkowitz, Brewer or Cisneros. The Toreros' outfield will be strong both offensively and defensively. Left field will belong to either sophomore Mel-

issa Reinard or junior Dina Tarr while Caudillo will place right field in the hands of junior Marianne Stahl or fresh– man Brittany Volk. Centerfield will be occupied by one of three players - Straub or sophomores Cindy Harris and Josie Hudak. Freshman Julie Takeguchi will back up each outfield spot. The Toreros finished 16th nationally in batting (.293) in 1991, a trend Caudillo sees continuing in 1992. With a strong pitching staff, an improving defense, an exciting offense and a veteran group of returning players aided by an impressive cast of first year collegians, the Toreros should come close to equalling or surpassing last season 's 34 victories.

1992 USO SOFTBALL SCHEDULE DAY DATE OPPONENT TIME Tue Feb 4 *SOUTHWESTERN C. C. (scrim.) 5:00 Sat Feb 15 *ALUMNI 11 :00 Fri Feb 21 OCCIDE~AL COLLEGE 4:00 Sat Feb 22 University of Redlands Noon Tue Feb 25 Whittier College 5:00 Sat Feb 29 CHRIST COLLEGE Noon Tue Mar 3 Point Loma Nazarene College 2:00 Sat Mar 7 Loyola Marymount University Noon Wed Mar 18 University of LaVerne 2:00 Mon Mar 23 SOUTHERN UTAH UNIVERSITY 4:00 Tue Mar 24 DEPAUL UNIVERSITY 4:00 Fri Mar 27 *GAMBRO TWINS (HOLLAND) (EXHIB) 4:00 Sat Mar 28 WHITTIER COLLEGE Noon Fri Apr 3 POINT LOMA NAZARENE COLLEGE 4:00 Sat Apr 4 UC San Diego Noon Tue Apr 7 UNIVERSITY OF LAVERNE 6:00 Sat Apr 11 SANTA CLARA UNIVERSITY Noon Tue Apr 14 CSU DOMINGUEZ HILLS 4:00 Thu Apr 16 •uc San Diego Invitational All Day Sat Apr 17 ·uc San Diego Invitational All Day Tue Apr 21 San Diego State University 2:00 Fri Apr 24 CSU SAN BERNARDINO 4:00 Sat Apr 25 LOYOLA MARYMOUNT UNIVERSITY Noon Tue Apr 28 Point Loma Nazarene College 2:00 Thu Apr 30 Stanford University 2:30 Fri May 1 Santa Clara University 2:00 Sat May 2 Saint Mary's College Noon All Home Games are in BOLO CAPS and are played at the USO Softball Complex. All games are doubleheaders, except games preceded by •.

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 conveniently close to the major business, cultural, residential, and recreational areas of San Diego, as well as rail , bus, and air terminals. Founded in 1949, USO is presently experiencing a period of record growth and attendance. Undergraduate enroll– ment currently stands at just over 3,900 students. Gradu– ate students bring the overall campus enrollment to 6,000 students. The University includes a College of Arts and Sciences and Schools of Business Administration, Education, Nurs– ing, and Law. Each is characterized by high academic standards, small classes, and excellent student-faculty rela– tions. Though the majority of USO students come from the West Coast, every region of the United States is well-represented on campus. Students from 24 foreign countries can also be found in attendance at USO. Recreation and athletic activities are expanding rapidly and include activities such as sailing, yoga, karate, surfing, modern dance, backpacking, and ballet. Intercollegiate sports for men include baseball, basketball, crew, cross country, football, golf, soccer, and tennis. lntercollegiately, USO fields women's teams in the sports of basketball, crew, cross country, softball, swimming, tennis, and volleyball with women's soccer to be added in the Fall of 1992. 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 Fi– nancial 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 ori– gin, ancestry, or handicap in admission 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.



Alcala Park, San Diego CA 92110


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NCAA Division I

Dr. Author E. Hughes


Tom Iannacone

Dan Yourg


Regina Sullivan


Ky Snyder John Martin Gary Becker


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Steve Nellis, A.T., C.

Pete McMahon, M.A., A.T., C.


Ted Gosen

John 0 . Rollo Larry Caudillo





Steve Walters (619) 260-4803



(619) 260-4803, ext. 4281 USO Softball Complex




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