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Another Record Year for Softball
Breaking the 30-win barrier for the first time in the history of the program with 31 wins, the Judson University softball team had another stellar season in 2010. Finishing with a 31-29 record, it was the third year in a row that the season record for wins had been broken. The 2010 season marked Judson's third appearance in the NCCAA World Series. Judson finished fourth in the CCAC at 10-8. Six offensive team records were also broken in wins, most hits (515), most runs (325), most RBI (284), most doubles (84), and most home runs (41).

Starting the season off 6-4 in Arizona, Judson won its first five games of the year with one of its wins over a team that was receiving votes in the NAIA National Poll. Over the span of the season, Judson played four teams that were in the NAIA National top 25 and two NCAA programs.

On March 23rd, pitcher Sarah Boyer had a milestone game with a five-inning perfect game against Trinity Christian. Judson pounded out 15 hits for 13 runs in the shutout. In the 2010 season, Judson also picked up a big win defeating NCAA Division III #17 Carthage College, 10-6, for win #29. Judson's 30th win of the year came on May 6th in the CCAC Tournament over Trinity Christian, 4-2.

Coaching Win #100
Heading into the 2010 season, head coach Becky Stenning needed just three wins to break the 100 wins category at Judson. In 2009, she became the all-time wins leader and the 2010 season brought 31 wins for 128 career wins. She reached the 100 win milestone in the third game of the year as Judson started off the season 5-0 in Arizona. The win came against Cornerstone University, 13-8.
Single Season Individual Records Fall
More individual team team records fell in 2010 as three players added their name to the top of the list. Nicole Dimiceli, Lizzy Jacobson, and Carrie Sensor all broke single season records. Dimiceli put her name on three records as she rebroke the hits and RBI records she set in her first two seasons at Judson. She recorded 78 hits and 63 RBI while also tying Deb Leganski's record for most home runs at 14. Jacobson tied her walks record from 2008 with 21 and finished with 16 wins to break Amy Bredlinger's record for 13 wins from 2003. Sensor rebroke her 2009 record for at bats with 208.
Career Records Fall
Seven of the 10 Judson career records were broken in the 2010 season by Nicole Dimiceli, Carrie Sensor, and Lizzy Jacobson. Dimiceli rewrote the record book with four career records. She broke Jodie Baker's hits record of 162 with 209 career hits. Going past her teammate Lizzy Jacobson for the RBI record, she has 155 RBI to Jacobson's 145 RBI. She also broke Laura Olson's record fo 40 doubles with 47 doubles and also has 28 home runs beating out Jacobson's 25. Jacobson finishes her career with two offensive career records and one pitching record. She has 70 walks, 560 at bats, and 248 strikeouts. She surpassed Amy Bredlinger's career record of 228 set back in 2003. Carrie Sensor broke Jodie Baker's record for runs scored (102) set in 2003 with 136 runs scored.
NCCAA World Series
For the third time in the history of the program, the softball team participated in the NCCAA World Series. They received an at-large bid after falling in the NCCAA Regional Tournament. Judson was the #6 seed and went 1-2 at the tournament with a win over Covenant College. Judson finished in seventh place and now has a 4-5 record in the NCCAA World Series under Becky Stenning.
CCAC Awards
Three players received All-CCAC awards for their play in 2010. Nicole Dimiceli, Lizzy Jacobson, and Concetta Lampugnano all were voted All-CCAC first-team. It was the third year in a row that Dimiceli was on the first team and the second time for Jacobson in her career. Hallie Niewold and Lampugnano also earned CCAC Player of the Week once this year.
NCCAA Awards
Judson cleaned up on the NCCAA awards as they had two NCCAA All-Americans and three NCCAA All-Region first-team selections. Nicole Dimiceli and Concetta Lampugnano both earned NCCAA All-American status. Dimiceli was on the first team while Lampugnano was on the second team. Dimiceli, Lampugnano, and Lizzy Jacobson all were NCCAA All-Region first-team. At the NCCAA National Tournament, Carrie Sensor was voted onto the All-Tournament team.
Academic Awards
Nicole Dimiceli and Lizzy Jacobson picked up three academic awards for their hard work in the classroom. Both players were NAIA and NCCAA scholar athletes and on the CCAC All-Academic team.
CCAC Statistics
Seven players were in the top 10 in the CCAC as Nicole Dimiceli, Sarah Boyer and Concetta Lampugnano were both in six different categories. Dimiceli led the CCAC in home runs (14) and Hallie Niewold had the most saves (4) in the CCAC. Dimiceli was third in slugging percentage, fourth in total bases and RBI, fifth in hits, and sixth in doubles. Lampugnano was third in home runs, sixth in total bases and hits, seventh in RBI, ninth in runs scored, and 10th in slugging percentage. Boyer finished third in games started, saves, and strikeouts, fourth in appearances, seventh in innings pitched, and 10th in wins. Jacobson placed in five categories finishing third in innings pitched and appearances, fourth in wins, and eighth in strikeouts and RBI. Kristin Krueger was third in triples and Carrie Sensor was eighth in hits.
NAIA Statistics

Four players made the NAIA Top 25 with two players in the top 10. Hallie Niewold was sixth in saves (4) and Carrie Sensor was seventh in at bats (208). Concetta Lampugnano was 22nd in RBI (55). Nicole Dimiceli was 12th in RBI (63) and 17th in hits (78) and home runs (14).