NCAA Division I softball career 50 home runs list

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There are currently 114 batters and 30 records in the 50 Home Runs Club:

Home runs Batter Schools Years
90[1] Stacey Nuveman UCLA Bruins 1997-2002
87[2] Stacie Chambers Arizona Wildcats 2008-2011
85[3] Leah Braatz Arizona Wildcats 1994-1998
85[4] Laura Espinoza Arizona Wildcats 1992-1995
83[5] Danyele Gomez ULL Ragin’ Cajuns 2003-2006
79[6] Kristen Rivera Washington Huskies 2002-2005
76[7] Jenny Dalton Arizona Wildcats 1993-1996
75[8] Jennifer Gilbert Ball State Cardinals 2011-2014
73[9] Jaime Clark Washington Huskies 2000-2003
72[10] Lauren Chamberlain Oklahoma Sooners 2012-2014
72[11] Kelly Majam Hawaii Rainbow Wahine 2010-2013
71[12] Stephanie Best UCF Knights 2002-2005
71[13] Holly Tankersley ULL Ragin’ Cajuns 2004-2008
70[14] Christi Orgeron ULL Ragin’ Cajuns 2009-2012
69[15] Kaitlin Cochran Arizona State Sun Devils 2006-2009
69[16] Meagan May Texas A&M Aggies 2010-2013
69[17] Jessica Rogers UTSA Roadrunners 2003-2007
67[18] Jessica Moore Charlotte 49ers & Liberty Flames 2004-2007
66[19] Gabriele Bridges ULL Ragin’ Cajuns 2008-2011
66[20] Angeline Quiocho BYU Cougars 2007-2010
65[21] Megan Bush Florida Gators 2008-2011
65[22] Samantha Fischer Loyola Marymount Lions 2009-2012
65[23] Jen Yee Niagara Purple Eagles & Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets 2006-2010
64[24] Kara Foster Utah Utes 2007-2010
64[25] Hoku Nohara New Mexico State Aggies 2008-2011
63[26] Oli Keohohou BYU Cougars & Long Beach State 49ers 2001-2005
62[27] Katelyn Boyd Arizona State Sun Devils 2009-2012
62[28] Christina Clark Fresno State Bulldogs 2003-2006
62[29] Samantha Findlay Michigan Wolverines 2005-2008
61[30] Camilla Carrera UTEP Miners 2008-2012
61[31] Francesca Enea Florida Gators 2007-2010
61[32] Tairia Flowers UCLA Bruins 2000-2003
61[33] Whitney Haller Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets 2006-2009
61[34] Perelini Koria Arizona Wildcats 2009-2012
61[35] Samantha Marder Ohio State Buckeyes 2007-2010
61[36] Jessica Shults Oklahoma Sooners 2010-2013
60[37] Mindy Cowles Arizona State Sun Devils 2005-2008
60[38] Cheyenne Coyle Florida Gators & Arizona State Sun Devils 2011-2014
60[39] Kelly Kretschman Alabama Crimson Tide 1998-2001
60[40] Shelby Pendley Arizona Wildcats & Oklahoma Sooners 2012-2014
60[41] Hope Rush Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets 2010-2013
60[42] Dara Toman Cleveland State Vikings 2010-2013
60[43] Jenny Topping Washington Huskies & Cal State Fullerton Titans 1999-2003
59[44] Brigette Del Ponte Arizona Wildcats 2010-2013
59[45] Michelle Moses Fresno State Bulldogs 2009-2012
59[46] Haley Outon Houston Cougars 2011-2014
59[47] Laura Taylor Seton Hall Pirates 2002-2005
59[48] Mackenzie Vandergeest Arizona Wildcats 2001-2004
58[49] Amy Baker Creighton Bluejays 2010-2013
58[50] Lacey Bertucci ULL Ragin’ Cajuns 2004-2007
58[51] Rachel Folden Marshall Thundering Herd 2005-2008
58[52] Alisa Goler Georgia Bulldogs 2008-2011
58[53] Taylor Hoagland Texas Longhorns 2010-2013
58[54] Kaila Hunt Alabama Crimson Tide 2011-2014
58[55] Amber Jackson Bethune-Cookman Wildcats & Maryland Terrapins 2003-2007
58[56] Lauren May Cornell Big Red 2002-2005
58[57] Charlotte Morgan Alabama Crimson Tide 2007-2010
58[58] Dorian Shaw Michigan Wolverines 2008-2011
57[59] Alana Addison ULL Ragin’ Cajuns 1999-2002
57[60] Deanna Dovak Rider Broncs 1999-2002
57[61] Jenae Leles Arizona Wildcats 2006-2009
57[62] Kelli Metzger Akron Zips 1996-1999
57[63] Andrea Migliori Stetson Hatters 2006-2009
57[64] Tammy Williams Northwestern Wildcats 2006-2009
56[65] Amber Flores Oklahoma Sooners 2007-2010
56[66] Megan Gibson Texas A&M Aggies 2005-2008
55[67] B.B. Bates UCLA Bruins 2010-2013
55[68] Caitlyn Benyi UCLA Bruins 2003-2006
55[69] Christy Brownlee UTSA Roadrunners 2000-2004
55[70] Garland Cooper Northwestern Wildcats 2005-2008
55[71] Andrea Harrison UCLA Bruins 2009-2012
55[72] Jessica Iwata Hawaii Rainbow Wahine 2010-2013
55[73] Adrienne Monka Northwestern Wildcats 2009-2012
55[74] Veronica Nelson California Golden Bears 2000-2003
55[75] Brooke Short Longwood Lancers 2010-2013
55[76] Kelsi Weseman Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets 2009-2012
54[77] Valerie Arioto California Golden Bears 2008-2012
54[78] Jessica Cross Kennesaw State Owls 2008-2012
54[79] Taylor Edwards Nebraska Cornhuskers 2011-2014
54[80] Amanda Locke Alabama Crimson Tide 2009-2012
54[81] Nicole Myers Florida Atlantic Owls 1999-2002
53[82] Daniela Pappano Jacksonville State Gamecocks 2004-2007
53[83] Nicole Pauly Northwestern Wildcats 2007-2010
53[84] Ali Viola Nebraska Cornhuskers 1995-1998
52[85] Nichole Beall Radford Highlanders 2009-2012
52[86] Tarrah Beyester Oregon State Beavers 1997-2000
52[87] Kelsey Bruder Florida Gators 2008-2011
52[88] Jackie Coburn Arizona Wildcats 2002-2005
52[89] Lauren Haeger Florida Gators 2012-2014
52[90] Tamra Howren Troy Trojans 2002-2005
52[91] Abby Olson Illinois State Redbirds 2008-2011
52[92] Leticia Pineda Arizona Wildcats 1994-1998
52[93] Amanda Rivera UIC Flames 2001-2004
51[94] Beth Boden Tennessee Tech Golden Eagles 2005-2008
51[95] Tonya Callahan Tennessee Lady Vols 2005-2008
51[96] Jaci Hull UNLV Rebels 2006-2010
51[97] Abby Keese Lipscomb Bisons 2007-2010
51[98] Brittany Lastrapes Arizona Wildcats 2008-2011
51[99] Angelena Mexicano Illinois Fighting Illini 2005-2008
51[100] Aimee Murray UTSA Roadrunners 2004-2007
51[101] Jordanne Nygren Minnesota Golden Gophers 1999-2003
51[102] Saskia Roberson DePaul Blue Demons 2002-2005
50[103] Tiffany Baker Chattanooga Mocs 2008-2011
50[104] Renada Davis NC State Wolfpack 2012-2014
50[105] Megan Evans Virginia Tech Hokies 2002-2005
50[106] Jennie Finch Arizona Wildcats 1999-2002
50[107] Lauren Lindsay Tulsa Golden Hurricanes 2007-2010
50[108] Christine Lux Notre Dame Fighting Irish 2007-2010
50[109] Jessica Mendoza Stanford Cardinals 1999-2002
50[110] Jessica Purcell-Fitu BYU Cougars 2008-2011
50[111] Keilani Ricketts Oklahoma Sooners 2010-2013
50[112] Renae Sinkler Creighton Bluejays 2007-2010
50[113] Claire Sua UCLA Bruins 2001-2004
50[114] Chelsea Troupe UTEP Miners 2009-2012


Progression[edit]

Stacey Nuveman hit her 86th career home run against Kristen Hunter of the Oregon State Beavers on May 4, 2002. She surpassed former Arizona Wildcats Laura Espinoza (the original record setter) and Leah Braatz, who had matched the total in 1998.[115]


Slugging Percentage[edit]

In addition, there are currently 27 hitters in the 50 home runs club that amassed a slugging percentage of at least 750% in their career:

Lauren Chamberlain (436/459 = .950%); Stacey Nuveman (653/691 = .945%); Oli Keohohou (418/454 = .920%); Kaitlin Cochran (596/706 = .844%); Amber Jackson (637/769 = .828%); Jenny Topping (537/654 = .821%); Jenny Dalton (576/707 = .814%); Lauren May (443/545 = .813%); Kristen Rivera (517/637 = .811%); Jen Yee (562/693 = .811%); Jennifer Gilbert (581/717 = .810%); Leah Braatz (621/779 = .797%); Shelby Pendley (427/536 = .796%); Jessica Moore (555/700 = .793%); Samantha Fischer (495/630 = .785%); Samantha Marder (438/563 = .778%); Camilla Carrera (504/649 = .776%); Rachel Folden (505/656 = .770%); Laura Espinoza (607/792 = .766%); Kelly Kretschman (645/842 = .766%); Kelsi Weseman (467/612 = .763%); Ali Viola (478/629 = .760%); Holly Tankersley (531/701 = .757%); Stephanie Best (562/743 = .756%); Christina Clark (563/745 = .755%); Jaime Clark (595/790 = .753%); Stacie Chambers (535/713 = .750%).[116]


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