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The number of fielding errors Cougar pitcher Valerie Teter, American Midwest
Conference 2011 Player of the Year, made out of 79 plays, which gives her a
fielding percentage of .987 through 41 games. Oh, and she hit 11 home runs that
The number of Cougar women since 1985 who maintained a batting average
of better than .400. The highest batting average record is held by former pitcher
Valerie Teter with .484 in 2011.
The number of American Midwest Conference titles the Cougars have won
during their 28 seasons at Columbia College, beginning in 1985. We call that a
very sweet 16.
The number of Cougar recipients of the NAIA All-American Award since
1984. Given to outstanding athletes, the award requires players to first qualify for
All-Conference before qualifying as an All-American.
Number of records, titles and awards given to current student assistant and
former pitcher Valerie Teter for her time on the team from 2008-2011. She is one
mean, softball-playin’ machine.
Percentage of games Wendy Spratt has won in her 18 seasons as head
coach with a 643-291 record. Spratt played at Columbia College from 1987
to 1990 and was inducted into the Columbia College Athletic Hall of Fame in
2009 for her accolades as a player.
The deepest point in center field of the Cougar softball field in feet. That’s one
and a half times the height of the Tiger Hotel, which stands at 150 feet.