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2010-11 Softball Record
Overall CCAC Streak Home Away Neutral
32-18 (.640) 14-4 (.778) Lost 5 12-4 8-4 12-10
2010-11 Softball Coaches
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Becky Stenning
Head Coach- 7th Season
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Coaching Honors
Judson All-Time Wins Leader (128)
2 CCAC Freshmen of the Year
3 NCCAA National Tournaments (3rd in 2008)
8 NCCAA All-Americans
10 All-CCAC First-Team Selections

Becoming a top tier CCAC program, Becky Stenning enters her seventh season at Judson and will vye for her first-ever CCAC Championship.  Stenning broke new barriers in the 2010 season and now has won 128 career games at Judson.
 
For the first-time, ever, Judson won over 30 games in a season as they posted 31 wins and went to their third NCCAA National Tournament.  Stenning's team also broke five offensive records and several of her players either own career records or are in Judson's career top 10 list.    The 2010 season also marked three players being named to the All-CCAC first team in Nicole Dimiceli, Concetta Lampugnano, and Lizzy Jacobson.   The 31-29 record also marked the first above .500 season since 2003.
 

In her five years prior to 2010, Stenning guided Judson to 97 wins to become the all-time wins leader. In the past two seasons, she has 20-win seasons (24, 25) and 10 or more wins in the CCAC. In the 2007 and 2008, she took Judson to their first-ever national tournaments in the NCCAA and finished third in 2008. Seven All-CCAC first-team players and six NCCAA All-Americans have all come in five years, too. Judson's first All-American came under Stenning's watch in 2005 as Taylor Hamstra was given the award while also producing their first-ever NAIA All-Region and NFPA All-Region players.

Stenning guided Judson to a then program best 25 wins and two wins over perennial national power Olivet Nazarene in 2009. Judson also won a program best 11 games in the CCAC and advanced to the quarterfinals of the CCAC Tournament. She also had five players that were in the top 10 of several categories in the CCAC and three players in the top 30 in the NAIA. For the second year in a row, she produced a CCAC Freshman of the Year and had three players on the All-CCAC first-team.

In the 2008 season, she won a then school record 24 wins on their last game of the season. They finished 24-24 and 10-8 in the CCAC and were ranked as high as third in the region. She also produced their first-ever NAIA All-Region player in Nicole Dimiceli who was also the CCAC Freshman of the Year and All-CCAC first-team. Judson also picked up their first program win over St. Xavier University and finished third at the NCCAA National Tournament.
 
The 2007 season was a stepping stone in the Stenning era as the team finished 18-24 and went to the NCCAA National Tournament where they won their first-ever post-season game over Cedarville University, 3-2. She also coached two NCCAA All-Americans and had one all-CCAC First-Team selection.
 
Going 14-25 in 2006, she helped to improve the team record from 2005. Two players were named to the NCCAA All-Region team along with one on the all-CCAC honorable mention team. In 2005, her firstseason,the team won 11 moregames than the previous season andfinishedthird in the CCAC standings.
 
Prior to coming to Judson, Stenning spent seven years at Illinois Wesleyan as an assistant coach and player (1998-2004). In those seven seasons, her teams won 242 games, went to four NCAA Division III National Tournaments, won six CCIW Championships and one NCAA Regional Championship, and finished third in the nation in 2003.
 
She was also a part of four of the best years (2000-03), ever, at Illinois Wesleyan. The first two came as a player (2000, 2001) while the next two were in coaching (2002, 2003). In those four years, Illinois Wesleyan went to four straight NCAA Division III National Tournaments and won 30 or more games in each season. In Stenning's senior year, her team won a program best 39 games.
 
In her three years as an assistant coach, she was a part of a staff the helped the Titans to a third-place finish at the NCAA Division III World Series in 2003, an NCAA Tournament appearance in 2002 and three straight regular-season CCIW championships. The Titans also won the CCIW Tournament Championship in 2002 and 2003. In 2003, the coaching staff earned CCIW Coaching Staff of the Year.
 
Stenning was a four-year player for Illinois Wesleyan from 1998-2001. Her teams made two NCAA Tournament appearances in 2000 and 2001. As a senior, she was a team captain and also received the Gwen Meyer Award for Outstanding Leadership, Sportsmanship and Hard Work. She was on the Dean's List and earned the Order of the Titans Award for Community Service and Leadership.
 
In 2001, Stenning graduated from IWU with a Bachelor's Degree of Science in Mathematics. Following graduationshejoined the IWU coaching staff while also completing her Master's Degree at Illinois State University. In 2003, she earned her Master's of Science in Kinesiology and Recreation with a concentration in Athletic Administration and Sports Management.
 
Stenning is also an exercise science professor for Judson and a 1997 graduate of Crete-Monee High School She currently resides in Elgin and has one dog, a golden retriever, Moose.
 
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Matt Langton
Student Assistant- 1st Season
Matt Langton is in his first season as a student assistant for Becky Stenning.
 
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Kaiti Niggemann
Student Assistant- 4th Season

Kaiti Niggemann begins her fourth year as a student assistant under Becky Stenning.  She played one season in 2007 before transitioning to a student coach.  She has helped Stenning in all areas of coaching the past four years.  She will graduate in May 2011 from Judson University.

 
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Danielle Curylo
Student Assistant- 1st Season

Danielle Curylo is in her first year as a student assistant after completing her eligibility in the 2010 season.  Curylo played two seasons for Becky Stenning in the outfield.  She is from Lombard, Ill., and transferred to Judson from the College of DuPage.

 
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Nikki Prokuski
Student Assistant- 1st Season

Nikki Prokuski is in her first year as a student assistant after playing two years for Becky Stenning.  Prokuski was a pitcher for Judson.  She will graduate in May 2011 from Judson.