Christie Lotti-Proctor ’08 is the greatest softball positional player in Rhode Island College history. The first baseman did it all for the Anchorwomen, leading off, playing outstanding defense and was the engine that drove one of the most powerful offensive attacks the region has ever seen.
During her tenure, Lotti-Proctor was a member of four Little East Conference Regular Season Championships, three LEC Tournament Championships, two NCAA New England Regional titles and two NCAA National Championship Round appearances.
The Waterford, Conn. native wrapped up her RIC career having played in 179 games, starting 177 of them. She totaled 593 at-bats, a .423 batting average, 182 runs scored, 251 hits, 43 doubles, 31 triples, 14 home runs, 103 RBI, 398 total bases, a .671 slugging percentage, 70 walks, 61 stolen bases and 910 putouts, ranking first all-time at RIC in every category. She also held eight RIC single season records at the conclusion of her career.
As a senior in 2008, she was named a Second Team All-American, First Team All-New England, the ECAC New England Player of the Year, First Team All-ECAC, garnered her third consecutive Little East Conference Player of the Year award and fourth straight First Team All-LEC selection. She was named to the NCAA Div. III New England Regional All-Tournament Team at first base. She played in 45 games, starting all of them, batting .440 (66-for-150) with 56 runs scored (a new RIC record), 10 doubles, three triples, two home runs, 30 RBI and 23 stolen bases. Lotti-Proctor walked a team-leading 27 times. She owned a .587 slugging percentage, a .525 on-base percentage and a .928 fielding percentage.
As a junior in 2007, She was named Second Team All-New England, received the Little East Conference Player of the Year Award and garnered First Team All-Little East honors. Lotti-Proctor was also named to the NCAA Div. III New England Regional All-Tournament Team at first base. She played in 48 games, starting 47 of them. Lotti-Proctor batted .424 (67-for-158) with 50 runs scored, 67 hits, 13 doubles, 11 triples, three home runs, 25 RBI and 13 stolen bases. She owned a .703 slugging percentage, a .477 on-base percentage and a .970 fielding percentage.
As a sophomore in 2006, Lotti-Proctor was named a First Team NEISCA All-Star. She was named the Little East Conference Softball Player of the Year, as well as earning First Team All-LEC honors. Lotti-Proctor was also named First Team All-New England. She played in 44 games, starting all of them. She batted .389 (58-for-149) with 39 runs, 58 hits, seven doubles, 11 triples, four home runs, 26 RBI and eight stolen bases. She owned a .664 slugging percentage, a .429 on-base percentage and a .978 fielding percentage.
As a freshman in 2005, she was named the 2005 Little East Conference Softball Rookie of the Year. Lotti-Proctor was also named First Team All-Little East and was a First Team All-New England selection. She played in 42 games, starting 41 of them. She batted a team-high .441 (60-for-136) with a team-high 60 hits, 37 runs scored, 16 walks, six triples, five home runs and 17 stolen bases along with 13 doubles and 22 RBI. Lotti-Proctor owned a .735 slugging percentage, a .500 on base percentage and a .975 fielding percentage.
Lotti-Proctor earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology/chemical dependency and addiction from RIC in 2008. She earned a master’s degree in psychology with a concentration in athletic counseling from Springfield College in 2010. Lotti-Proctor earned All-State and All-ECC honors during her high school career at Waterford High School.
She is currently the athletic director at Nazareth Academy in Wakefield, Mass. and resides in Reading with her husband Erik and son Easton (2).