NCAA Division I softball career wins list

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There are currently 98 pitchers and 33 records in the NCAA Division I 100 Wins Club:

Wins Pitcher School(s) Years
189[1] Monica Abbott Tennessee Lady Vols 2004-2007
151[2][3][4] Courtney Blades Nicholls State Colonels & Southern Miss Golden Eagles 1997-2000
149[5] Debbie Nichols Louisiana Tech Lady Techsters 1987-1990
144[6] Alicia Hollowell Arizona Wildcats 2003-2006
139[7] Rhonda Wheatley Cal Poly Broncos 1984-1987
136[8] Danielle Lawrie Washington Huskies 2006-2010
136[9] Stacey Nelson Florida Gators 2006-2009
136[10] Cat Osterman Texas Longhorns 2002-2006
133[11] Keilani Ricketts Oklahoma Sooners 2010-2013
130[12] Keira Goerl UCLA Bruins 2001-2004
129[13] Olivia Galati Hofstra Pride 2010-2013
129[14] Jolene Henderson California Golden Bears 2010-2013
127[15] Hannah Rogers Florida Gators 2011-2014
126[16] Brandice Balschmiter UMass Minutewomen 2006-2009
123[17] Whitney Canion Baylor Bears 2009-2014
123[18] Angela Tincher Virginia Tech Hokies 2005-2008
122[19] Morgan Melloh Fresno State Bulldogs & Indiana Hoosiers 2008-2011
120[20] Sarah Dawson ULM Warhawks 1994-1997
120[21] Nancy Evans Arizona Wildcats 1994-1998
120[22] Britni Sneed LSU Tigers 1999-2002
119[21] Jennie Finch Arizona Wildcats 1999-2002
119[23] Michele Granger California Golden Bears 1989-1993
119[24] Brooke Mitchell ULL Ragin’ Cajuns 2002-2005
119[25] Missy Penna Stanford Cardinal 2006-2009
118[26] Katie Burkhart Arizona State Sun Devils 2005-2008
118[27] Amanda Macenko Cleveland State Vikings 2007-2010
118[28] Tara Oltman Creighton Bluejays 2007-2010
118[29] Toni Paisley East Carolina Pirates 2007-2011
118[30] Jamie Southern Fresno State Bulldogs 2001-2005
116[21][31] Debby Day UTA Mavericks & Arizona Wildcats 1988-1992
116[32] Kristin Schmidt Notre Dame Fighting Irish & LSU Tigers 2001-2004
115[33] Dallas Escobedo Arizona State Sun Devils 2011-2014
115[34] Shelley Laird Alabama Crimson Tide 1999-2002
115[35] Jennifer Stewart Oklahoma Sooners 1999-2002
114[36] Shawn Andaya Texas A&M Aggies 1984-1987
113[37] Morgan Childers South Carolina Upstate Spartans 2008-2011
113[38] Kelsi Dunne Alabama Crimson Tide 2008-2011
112[39] Blaire Luna Texas Longhorns 2010-2013
112[40] Sara Moulton Minnesota Golden Gophers 2011-2014
111[41] Samantha Iuli UIC Flames 1997-2000
111[42] Chelsea Thomas Missouri Tigers 2009-2013
110[43] Anjelica Selden UCLA Bruins 2005-2008
110[44] Jenny Voss Nebraska Cornhuskers 1997-2000
110[45] Laura Winter Notre Dame Fighting Irish 2011-2014
109[46] Sara Plourde UMass Minutewomen 2009-2012
109[47] Jessica Sallinger Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets 2002-2005
109[48] Lacey Waldrop FSU Seminoles 2012-2015
108[49] Lindsay Chouinard DePaul Blue Demons 2000-2003
108[50] Cheridan Hawkins Oregon Ducks 2013-2016
108[51] Danielle Henderson UMass Minutewomen 1996-1999
108[52] Nicole Myers Florida Atlantic Owls 1999-2002
108[53] Lori Spingola North Carolina Tar Heels 2011-2014
108[54] Emily Weiman NC State Wolfpack 2012-2015
107[55] McKenna Bull BYU Cougars 2014-2017
107[56] Terry Carpenter Fresno State Bulldogs 1989-1992
107[57] Jordan Dixon Marshall Thundering Herd 2014-2017
107[58] Leslie Malerich FSU Seminoles 1999-2002
107[59] Nicole Neuerburg Texas State Bobcats 2001-2004
107[60] Sara Groenewegen Minnesota Golden Gophers 2014-2017
107[61] Jordan Taylor Michigan Wolverines 2008-2011
106[62] Sara Griffin Michigan Wolverines 1995-1998
106[63] Amanda Scott Fresno State Bulldogs 1997-2000
106[64] Jaclyn Traina Alabama Crimson Tide 2011-2014
105[65] Dana Sorensen Stanford Cardinal 2000-2004
105[66] Kirsten Verdun DePaul Blue Demons 2011-2014
105[67] Stephani Williams Kansas Jayhawks 1991-1994
104[68] Melissa Dumezich Texas A&M Aggies 2010-2013
104[69] Michelle Green Georgia Bulldogs 2002-2005
104[70] Kyla Hall ULL Ragin’ Cajuns 1991-1994
104[71] Michelle Hall Coastal Carolina Chanticleers 1990-1993
103[72] Bonnie Bynum Tennessee Tech Golden Eagles 2004-2007
103[21] Carrie Dolan Arizona Wildcats 1994-1997
103[73] Jocelyn Forest California Golden Bears 1999-2002
103[21] Becky Lemke Arizona Wildcats 1998-2001
102[74] Darlene Gareis South Carolina Gamecocks 1992-1995
102[75] Kami Keiter Oklahoma Sooners 2002-2005
102[76] Jenny Parsons East Carolina Pirates 1990-1993
102[77] Ellen Renfroe Tennessee Lady Vols 2011-2014
102[78] Stephanie Ricketts Hawaii Rainbow Wahine 2009-2012
102[79] Jessica Simpson Miami Redhawks 2009-2012
102[80] Kristina Thorson California Golden Bears 2003-2006
101[81] Megan Betsa Michigan Wolverines 2014-2017
101[82][83] Tiffany Boyd UCLA Bruins & Cal State Fullerton Titans 1989-1993
101[84] Teagan Gerhart Stanford Cardinal 2010-2013
101[85] Megan Matthews South Carolina Gamecocks 1999-2002
101[86] Laura Messina Central Connecticut State Blue Devils 2012-2015
101[87] Jen Mineau Fordham Rams 2009-2012
101[88] Sara Nevins USF Bulls 2011-2014
101[89] Susie Parra Arizona Wildcats 1991-1994
100[90] Ally Carda UCLA Bruins 2012-2015
100[74] Angie Lear South Carolina Gamecocks 1988-1991
100[91] Susan LeFebvre Cal State Fullerton Titans 1983-1986
100[92] Brianne McGowan Oregon State Beavers 2004-2007
100[93] Jessica Moore Oregon Ducks 2010-2013
100[21] Taryne Mowatt Arizona Wildcats 2005-2008
100[94] Danielle O'Toole San Diego State Aztecs & Arizona Wildcats 2013-2017
100[95] Jennifer Spediacci Washington Huskies 1997-2000
100[96] Haylie Wagner Michigan Wolverines 2012-2015

Progression[edit]

Debbie Nichols won her 140th career game defeating the ULL Ragin’ Cajuns 3-1 on April 7, 1990, besting Rhonda Wheatley's original record. Courtney Blades passed Nichols for her 150th win pitching a perfect game against the Arizona Wildcats at the Women's College World Series on May 25, 2000.[97] Monica Abbott won her 152nd game shutting out the Tennessee Tech Golden Eagles on March 3, 2007.[98]

Winning Percentage[edit]

In addition, there are currently 30 pitchers in the 100 wins club that maintained a high winning percentage of at least 80%:

Nancy Evans (120-8 = 93%); Susie Parra (101-9 = 92%); Carrie Dolan (103-13 = 89%); Jennie Finch (119-16 = 88%); Alicia Hollowell (144-23 = 86%); Keira Goerl (130-21 = 86%); Jordan Taylor (107-18 = 85%); Amanda Scott (106-18 = 85%); Sara Griffin (106-19 = 85%); Monica Abbott (189-34 = 84%); Haylie Wagner (100-18 = 84%); Cat Osterman (136-25 = 84%); Becky Lemke (103-19 = 84%); Cheridan Hawkins (108-20 = 84%); Kyla Hall (104-20 = 84%); Sara Groenewegen (107-21 = 85%); Jaclyn Traina (106-21 = 83%); Michelle Green (104-21 = 83%); Kelsi Dunne (113-23 = 83%); Britni Sneed (120-25 = 82%); Susan LeFebvre (100-21 = 82%); Jennifer Stewart (115-25 = 82%); Courtney Blades (151-34 = 81%); Dallas Escobedo (115-26 = 81%); Terry Carpenter (107-25 = 81%); Megan Betsa (101-24 = 81%); Hannah Rogers (127-31 = 80%); Ellen Renfroe (102-25 = 80%); Shawn Andaya (114-28 = 80%); Kristin Schmidt (116-29 = 80%).[99]

Records & Milestones[edit]

Courtney Blades won an NCAA record 52 games in 2000, setting the all-time Senior Class record for the Division I. Jennie Finch had the best perfect season in 2001, going 32-0; Jaclyn Traina and Keilani Ricketts each had two of the winningest seasons in 2012 and 2013, respectively going 42-3 and 35-1. Sara Plourde won just 6 games as a freshman in 2009, the minimum in a non-injury season for the club. Finch also won an NCAA record 60 consecutive games from 2000-2002; Olivia Galati and Alicia Hollowell also had top-10 win streaks with 32 consecutive each in 2012 and 2004 respectively. Monica Abbott went 50-9 in 2005 and 45-10 in 2004, the Sophomore and Freshman Class win records; Debbie Nichols originally set the Sophomore Class record (50-8) in 1988. Stacey Nelson owns the Junior Class win record with a 47-5 record in 2008.

Along with Blades in 2000, Traina in 2012, Abbott in 2004-2005, Nichols in 1988 and Nelson in 2008, Rhonda Wheatley (48-16 in 1985), Brooke Mitchell (45-5 in 2004), Sarah Dawson (45-10 in 1997), Abbott (44-10 in 2006), Blades (43-6 in 1999), Danielle Lawrie (42-8 & 40-5 in 2009-2010), Morgan Melloh (42-9 in 2008), Taryne Mowatt (42-12 in 2007), Nelson (41-5 in 2009), Katie Burkhart (41-5 in 2008), Nichols (41-13 in 1989), Galati (40-12 in 2013), Jolene Henderson (40-10 in 2011), Plourde (40-8 in 2010), Hollowell (40-5 & 41-4 in 2003 & 2004), Keira Goerl (40-7 in 2003) and Jenny Voss (40-9 in 1998) all rank top-10 for wins in an NCAA season. Also with Wheatley in 1985, Nichols in 1988, Dawson in 1997, Voss in 1998, Blades in 1999-2000, Hollowell in 2003, Goerl in 2003, Mitchell in 2004, Abbott in 2004-2007, Nelson in 2008, Lawrie in 2009-2010, Plourde in 2010, Henderson in 2011, Traina in 2012 and Galati in 2013, Shawn Andaya (36-6 in 1987), Jenny Parson (38-13 in 1992), Carrie Dolan (33-2 & 35-6 in 1995-1996), Sara Griffin (35-7 in 1996), Nicole Myers (36-7 in 2002), Cat Osterman (36-8 in 2002) and Lacey Waldrop (38-7 in 2014) all led the NCAA for wins in those years.

Finally, along with Ricketts in 2013, Traina in 2012, Lawrie in 2009, Burkhart in 2008, Mowatt in 2006 (21-5) and 2007, Goerl in 2003, Finch in 2001, Dolan in 1996 and Andaya in 1987, Tiffany Boyd (19-2 in 1989), Debby Day (30-8 in 1991), Susie Parra (28-3 & 33-1 in 1993-1994), Nancy Evans (36-2 in 1997), Amanda Scott (25-4 in 1998), Jennifer Stewart (34-6 in 2000), Becky Lemke (19-2 in 2001), Jocelyn Forest (29-12 in 2002), Goerl (31-7 in 2004), Hollowell (32-5 in 2006), Dallas Escobedo (37-3 in 2011) and Hannah Rogers (30-8 in 2014) all won National Championships those years; Mowatt also set the Women's College World Series record for wins with 6 in 2007. For their careers Abbott (SEC), Hollowell (Pac-12), Osterman (Big 12), Galati (CAA), Brandice Balschmiter (A-10), Tincher (ACC), Sarah Dawson (Southland), Brooke Mitchell (Sun Belt), Amanda Macenko (Horizon), Tara Oltman (MVC), Toni Paisley (USA), Jamie Southern (WAC), Wheatley (Big West in three seasons with 114 wins), Morgan Childers (A-Sun), Sara Moulton (Big 10), McKenna Bull (WCC), Kirsten Verdun (Big East), Michelle Hall (Big South), Bonnie Bynum (OVC), Jessica Simpson (MAC) and Laura Messina (Northeast) all own the wins crown for these conferences.

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