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May 11, 2010

 

 

 

2010 Rhode Island College
Softball Season Summary

 

Providence, RIóHead Coach Maria Morinís (Career record: 401-226-4, .639) team finished the 2010 season with a 24-13 overall record and an 8-6 (fourth place) finish in the Little East Conference. Morin earned her 400th career win in RICís, 4-3, game one win over UMass Boston on April 25.

 

 

 

Senior pitcher Jenna Deveines (Lowville, NY) closed out her four-year career having appeared in 80 games, starting 61 of them. She was 43-9 with a 2.28 ERA and 224 strikeouts in 301.0 innings pitched.

 

As a senior in 2010, she appeared in 19 games, starting 16 of them. Deveines was 9-2 with a 2.65 ERA and 52 strikeouts in 76.2 innings pitched. She recorded seven complete games and four shutouts.

 

As a junior in 2009, she was named Second Team All-Little East. She appeared in 24 games, starting 20 of them. Deveines posted a 15-3 record with a 1.88 ERA with 88 strikeouts in 93.0 innings pitched. She logged three complete games with one save and two shutouts.

 

As a sophomore in 2008, Deveines appeared 24 games, starting 21 of them. She posted a 14-4 record with a 2.41 ERA with 59 strikeouts in 98.2 inning pitched. Deveines logged seven complete games with two saves and two shutouts.

 

As a freshman in 2007, she appeared in 13 games, starting four of them. Deveines was 5-0 with a 2.14 ERA and 25 strikeouts in 32.2 innings.

 

She is a health and physical education major and a 2006 graduate of Beaver River Central High School.

 

Senior center fielder Jackie Dube (Barrington, NH) closed out her four-year career having played in 118 games, starting 107 of them. She batted .219 with 40 runs scored, 51 hits, seven doubles, one triple, 25 RBI and six stolen bases. She owned a .258 slugging percentage, .304 on-base percentage and a .983 fielding percentage.

 

As a senior in 2010, she played in 23 games, starting 21 of them. Dube batted .171 with eight runs scored, seven hits, three doubles, four RBI and one stolen base. She totaled a .244 slugging percentage, a .286 on-base percentage and a 1.000 fielding percentage.

 

As a junior in 2009, she played in 34 games, starting 31 of them. She batted .219 with 14 runs scored, 16 hits, three doubles, one triple, four RBI and three stolen bases. Dube owned a .288 slugging percentage, a .296 on-base percentage and a .957 fielding percentage.

 

As a sophomore in 2008, she played in 22 games, starting 18 of them. Dube batted .107 with seven run scored, three hits and four RBI. She owned a .107 slugging percentage, a .194 on-base percentage and a 1.000 fielding percentage.

 

As a freshman in 2007, Dube was named to the NCAA Div. III New England Regional All-Tournament Team as an at-large selection. She played in 39 games, starting 37 of them. Dube batted .275 with 11 runs scored, 25 hits, one double, 13 RBI and two stolen bases. She owned a .286 slugging percentage, a .353 on-base percentage and a .979 fielding percentage.

 

She is an accounting major and a 2006 graduate of Dover High School.

 

Senior outfielder Amy Jackman (Toms River, NJ) closed out her four-year career having played in 65 games, starting 41 of them. She batted .179 with 13 runs scored, 20 hits, three doubles, one triple, nine RBI and one stolen base. She owned a .223 slugging percentage, a .220 on-base percentage and a .939 fielding percentage.

 

As a senior in 2010, she played in 16 games, starting 12 of them. Jackman batted .120 with four runs scored, three hits, two RBI and one stolen base. She totaled a .120 slugging percentage, a .185 on-base percentage and a .833 fielding percentage.

 

As a junior in 2009, she played in 17 games, starting 12 of them. She batted .200 with four runs scored, seven hits, two doubles, one triple and four RBI. Jackman owned a .314 slugging percentage, a .243 on-base percentage and a .961 fielding percentage.

 

As a sophomore in 2008, Jackman played in 12 games, starting seven of them. She batted the .133 with two hits and three runs scored. Jackman owned a .133 slugging percentage, a .235 on-base percentage and a .800 fielding percentage.

 

As a freshman in 2007, she played in 20 games, starting 10 of them. She batted .216 with two runs scored, eight hits, one double and three RBI. Jackman owned a .243 slugging percentage, a .216 on-base percentage and a .909 fielding percentage.

 

She is a justice studies major with a minor in sociology and a 2006 graduate of Toms River High School.

 

Senior right fielder Michelle Perrin (Saugus, MA) closed out her four-year career having played in 127 games, starting 119 of them. She batted .342 with 69 runs scored, 119 hits, 11 doubles, two triples, 59 RBI and six stolen bases. Perrin owned a .385 slugging percentage, a .401 on-base percentage and a .911 fielding percentage. She is the programís all-time leader with 30 sacrifice hits.

 

As a senior in 2010, she played in 17 games, starting all of them. Perrin batted .275 with 10 runs scored, 14 hits, one double, four RBI and one stolen base. She totaled a .294 slugging percentage, a .315 on-base percentage and a .929 fielding percentage.

 

As a junior in 2009, she was named Second Team All-Little East for the second consecutive season and Third Team All-New England as an At-Large selection. Perrin played in 48 games, starting 46 of them. She batted .363 with 27 runs scored, 53 hits, seven doubles, one triple, 23 RBI and one stolen base. Perrin owned a .425 slugging percentage, a .409 on-base percentage and a .962 fielding percentage.

 

As a sophomore in 2008, Perrin was named Second Team All-Little East and to the 2008 NCAA Div. III New England Regional Softball All-Tournament Team. Perrin played in 25 games, starting 22 of them. She batted .306 with 12 runs scored, 19 hits, two doubles, one triple, 14 RBI and two stolen bases. Perrin owned a .371 slugging percentage, a .368 on-base percentage and a .913 fielding percentage.

 

As a freshman in 2007, she played in 37 games, starting 34 of them. She batted .371 with 20 runs scored, 33 hits, one double, 18 RBI and two stolen bases. Perrin owned a .382 slugging percentage, a .456 on-base percentage and a .852 fielding percentage.

 

She is a marketing major and a 2006 graduate of Saugus High School.

 

Junior pitcher Amanda Berard (Swansea, MA) was named First Team All-Little East. She appeared in 24 games, starting 13 of them. Berard was 9-7 with five saves, a 1.96 ERA and 79 strikeouts in 110.2 innings. She totaled eight complete games and four shutouts. Berard was named the Little East Conference Co-Pitcher of the Week once on the season.

 

Junior designated player Laura DeNoncour (Johnston, RI) played in 28 games, starting 24 of them. She batted .246 with seven runs scored, 15 hits, three doubles, one home run, 17 RBI and one stolen base. DeNoncour owned a .344 slugging percentage and a .338 on-base percentage.

 

Junior catcher Kayla Jandreau (Plainville, CT) played in 36 games, starting all of them. She batted .349 with 25 runs scored, 38 hits, five doubles, five triples, 13 RBI and 12 stolen bases. Jandreau owned a .486 slugging percentage, a .432 on-base percentage and a .972 fielding percentage.

 

Junior third baseman Trish Koutsulis (Summerville, SC) played in nine games, starting one of them. She had one run scored, owned a .250 on-base percentage and a 1.000 fielding percentage.

 

Junior shortstop Donielle Mattoon (Coventry, RI) was named Second Team All-Little East and team MVP. Mattoon played in 37 games, starting all of them. She batted .431 with 32 runs scored, 47 hits, 13 doubles, four home runs, 26 RBI and four stolen bases. Mattoon owned a .661 slugging percentage, a .453 on-base percentage and a .938 fielding percentage. She was named the Little East Conference Player of the Week once on the season.

 

Junior first baseman Chelsi Panarelli (Shrewsbury, MA) was named First Team All-Little East. Panarelli played in 37 games, starting all of them. She batted .390 with 25 runs scored, 46 hits, 14 doubles, seven home runs, 36 RBI and one stolen base. Panarelli owned a .686 slugging percentage, a .409 on-base percentage and a .991 fielding percentage. Panarelli is now RICís all-time leader with 17 career home runs. Her 14 doubles and 314 putouts were the second-most for a season in program history.

 

Junior second baseman/outfielder Amanda Perry (New Bedford, MA) played in 36 games, starting all of them. She batted .200 with 16 runs scored, 21 hits, six doubles, one home run, 11 RBI and six stolen bases. Perry owned a .286 slugging percentage, a .315 on-base percentage and a .947 fielding percentage.

 

Sophomore third baseman Cristina Bailey (Londonderry, NH) played in 34 games, starting all of them. She batted .308 with 11 runs scored, 24 hits, two doubles, 15 RBI and two stolen bases. Bailey owned a .333 slugging percentage, a .380 on-base percentage and a .957 fielding percentage. Her 94 assists tie the RIC record for the most in a single season.

 

Sophomore outfielder Allyson Durkin (Douglas, MA) played in 11 games, starting two of them. She batted .125 with three runs scored, one hit and two RBI. Durkin owned a .125 slugging percentage and a .125 on-base percentage.

 

Sophomore Jaci Lata (Lisbon, NH) played in 21 games, starting 11 of them. She batted .235 with six runs scored, eight hits, one triple, three RBI and two stolen bases. Lata owned a .294 slugging percentage, a .381 on-base percentage and a .875 fielding percentage.

 

Sophomore outfielder Shawna Parent (Middletown, RI) played in 11 games, starting eight of them. She batted .150 with two runs scored, three hits and one stolen base. Parent owned a .150 slugging percentage, a .227 on-base percentage and a 1.000 fielding percentage.

 

Sophomore pitcher Kyla Puccini (North Dighton, MA) appeared in 17 games, starting eight of them. She was 6-4 with a 2.69 ERA and 33 strikeouts in 52 innings pitched. Puccini had three complete games and one shutout on the season.

 

Freshman outfielder Kristina Gingell (Pascoag, RI) played in 23 games, starting 17 of them. She batted .302 with four runs scored, 13 hits, seven RBI and three stolen bases. Gingell owned a .302 slugging percentage, a .354 on-base percentage and a .900 fielding percentage.

 

Freshman utility Marisa Jandreau (Plainville, CT) was named Second Team All-Little East. She played in 36 games, starting 28 of them. Jandreau batted .351 with 17 runs scored, 27 hits, one double, two triples, seven RBI and five stolen bases. She owned a .416 slugging percentage, a .468 on-base percentage and a .922 fielding percentage.

 

Freshman designated player Emily Johnson (West Kingston, RI) played in 23 games, starting six of them. She batted .194 with three runs scored, six hits, one double and three RBI. Johnson owned a .226 slugging percentage, a .286 on-base percentage and a 1.000 fielding percentage.

 

Freshman utility Marion Potter (East Providence, RI) played in 18 games, starting three of them. She batted .350 with two runs scored, seven hits, two RBI and two stolen bases. Potter owned a .350 slugging percentage, a .350 on-base percentage and a .909  fielding percentage.

 

Freshman catcher Jamie Vesciglio (Stratford, CT) played in seven games, starting three of them. She batted .143 with one hit and one RBI. Vesciglio owned a .143 slugging percentage, a .143 on-base percentage and a 1.000  fielding percentage.

 

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