NCAA Division I softball career 200 RBIs list

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There are currently 98 batters and 50 records in the 200 RBIs Club:

Runs Batted In Batter School(s) Years
328[1] Jenny Dalton Arizona Wildcats 1993-1996
322[1] Leah Braatz Arizona Wildcats 1994-1998
315[1] Laura Espinoza Arizona Wildcats 1992-1995
305[2] Sierra Romero Michigan Wolverines 2013-2016
299[3] Stacey Nuveman UCLA Bruins 1997-2002
293[4] Stacie Chambers Arizona Wildcats 2008-2011
288[5] Christi Orgeron ULL Ragin’ Cajuns 2009-2012
269[6] Kasey Cooper Auburn Tigers 2014-2017
269[7] Shelby Pendley Arizona Wildcats & Oklahoma Sooners 2012-2015
264[8] Charlotte Morgan Alabama Crimson Tide 2007-2010
267[9] Sahvanna Jaquish LSU Tigers 2014-2017
260[10] Lauren Haeger Florida Gators 2012-2015
254[11] Lauren Chamberlain Oklahoma Sooners 2012-2015
254[12] Katiyana Mauga Arizona Wildcats 2014-2017
248[13] Mackenzie Vandergeest Arizona Wildcats 2001-2004
246[14] Jennifer Gilbert Ball State Cardinals 2011-2014
246[15] Danyele Gomez ULL Ragin’ Cajuns 2003-2006
245[1] Toni Mascarenas Arizona Wildcats 1998-2001
243[16] Jaime Clark Washington Huskies 2000-2003
241[17] Tonya Callahan Tennessee Lady Vols 2005-2008
240[1] Leticia Pineda Arizona Wildcats 1995-1998
239[18] Shannon Beeler Minnesota Golden Gophers 1996-1999
239[19] Chelsea Goodacre Arizona Wildcats 2012-2015
239[20] Samantha Ricketts Oklahoma Sooners 2006-2009
236[21] Bianka Bell LSU Tigers 2013-2016
236[22] Katelyn Boyd Arizona State Sun Devils 2009-2012
236[23] Alisa Goler Georgia Bulldogs 2008-2011
235[24] Jessica Purcell-Fitu BYU Cougars 2008-2011
233[25] Kristen Rivera Washington Huskies 2002-2005
233[26] Kim Wendland Georgia Bulldogs 2002-2005
231[27] Alex Hugo Kansas Jayhawks & Georgia Bulldogs 2013-2016
231[28] Amber Jackson Bethune-Cookman Wildcats & Maryland Terrapins 2003-2007
230[29] Megan Baltzell Longwood Lancers 2012-2015
230[30] Kaitlin Cochran Arizona State Sun Devils 2006-2009
230[31] Kristie Fox Arizona Wildcats 2004-2007
230[32] Jessica Shults Oklahoma Sooners 2010-2013
230[33] Holly Tankersley ULL Ragin’ Cajuns 2004-2008
229[34] Brigette Del Ponte Arizona Wildcats 2010-2013
229[35][36] Jenny Topping Washington Huskies & Cal State Fullerton Titans 1999-2003
228[37] Tairia Flowers UCLA Bruins 2000-2003
228[38] Whitney Haller Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets 2006-2009
228[39] Stephany LaRosa UCLA Bruins 2012-2015
227[35] Jennifer Cline Washington Huskies 1993-1996
227[40] Lexie Elkins Texas Tech Red Raiders & ULL Ragin’ Cajuns 2013-2016
227[41] Paige Wilson Georgia Bulldogs 2012-2015
226[42] Vicky Galasso Idaho State Bengals 2012-2015
226[43] Delaney Spualding UCLA Bruins 2014-2017
225[35] Michelle Church Washington Huskies 1993-1996
223[44] Gabriele Bridges ULL Ragin’ Cajuns 2008-2011
221[45] Alana Addison ULL Ragin’ Cajuns 1999-2002
221[46] Francesca Enea Florida Gators 2007-2010
220[47] Tiffany Huff Tennessee Lady Vols 2007-2010
219[48] Samantha Findlay Michigan Wolverines 2005-2008
218[49][50] Nina Lindenberg Long Beach State 49ers & Fresno State Bulldogs 1995-1998
217[51] Megan Bush Florida Gators 2008-2011
217[52] Michelle Fuzzard Chattanooga Mocs 2008-2012
217[53] Shellie Landry ULL Ragin’ Cajuns 2013-2016
217[54] Morgan Noad Coastal Carolina Chanticleers 2013-2016
216[55] Emily Carosone Auburn Tigers 2013-2016
216[56] Lauren Gibson Tennessee Lady Vols 2010-2013
216[57] Maddie O'Brien FSU Seminoles 2012-2015
216[35] Sara Pickering Washington Huskies 1994-1997
214[58] Hayley Hayden ULL Ragin’ Cajuns 2014-2017
214[59] Kaila Hunt Alabama Crimson Tide 2011-2014
214[60] Tina Iosefa Georgia Bulldogs 2013-2016
214[61] Samantha Iuli UIC Flames 1997-2000
214[62] Heather Johnson Notre Dame Fighting Irish 2008-2011
214[63] Jenna Rich Stanford Cardinal 2010-2013
213[64] Stephanie Best UCF Knights 2002-2005
213[65] Ali Viola Nebraska Cornhuskers 1995-1998
212[50] Amanda Scott Fresno State Bulldogs 1997-2000
211[66] Melissa Chmielewski North Dakota State Bison 2007-2010
211[67] Jana Mower ULL Ragin’ Cajuns 1998-2001
209[68] Ianeta Le'i BYU Cougars 2003-2006
209[69] Hoku Nohara New Mexico State Aggies 2008-2011
209[70] Hayley Steele Arizona State Sun Devils 2012-2015
208[71] Branndi Melero Auburn Tigers 2012-2015
207[72] Garland Cooper Northwestern Wildcats 2004-2007
207[73] Madison Shipman Tennessee Lady Vols 2011-2014
206[74] Stephanie Pasquale Temple Owls & Nebraska Cornhuskers 2011-2015
205[75] Ali Aguilar Washington Huskies 2014-2017
205[76] Cheyenne Coyle Florida Gators & Arizona State Sun Devils 2011-2014
204[77] Kristen Brown North Carolina Tar Heels 2013-2016
203[78] Tiffany Clark ULL Ragin’ Cajuns 1997-2000
203[79] Kristi Durant Tennessee Lady Vols 2003-2006
203[80] Taylor Edwards Nebraska Cornhuskers 2011-2014
203[81] Julie Marshall UCLA Bruins 1996-2000
203[82] Megan Wiggins Georgia Bulldogs 2008-2011
202[83] Tamra Howren Troy Trojans 2002-2005
202[84] Jessica Warren FSU Seminoles 2015-2017
201[85] Sarah Beeson Stanford Cardinal 1999-2002
201[86] Sierra Lawrence Michigan Wolverines 2013-2016
201[87] Angeline Quiocho BYU Cougars 2007-2010
201[88] Kelsi Weseman Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets 2009-2012
200[89] Lorena Bauer San Diego State Aztecs 2011-2015
200[90] Amanda Chidester Michigan Wolverines 2009-2012
200[91] Andrea Migliori Stetson Hatters 2006-2009

Progression[edit]

Jenny Dalton drove in her 316th career RBI on a grand slam home run against Shawn Starling of Troy Trojans on May 17, 1996; Dalton surpassed former teammate Laura Espinoza for the record.[92]

Leah Braatz became the third batter to collect 300 RBIs for a career in Pac-10 play of 1998. Sierra Romero drove in her career 300th RBI on May 20, 2016 to join the three others from Arizona who reached the career benchmark, all in the 1990s.[93]

Base on Balls[edit]

In addition, there are currently 25 hitters in the 200 RBIs club that have amassed at least 150 walks in their career:

Stacey Nuveman - 240; Kaitlin Cochran - 235; Sierra Romero - 226; Kasey Cooper - 212; Lauren Chamberlain - 207; Jenny Topping - 200; Maddie O'Brien - 197; Alissa Goler - 184; Kristen Rivera - 180; Jenny Dalton - 178; Jennifer Cline - 175; Lauren Haeger - 175; Leah Braatz - 173; Cheyenne Coyle - 171; Katelyn Boyd - 167; Megan Baltzell - 166; Sahvanna Jaquish - 163; Stacie Chambers - 158; Samantha Findlay - 157; Holly Tankersley - 156; Tonya Callahan - 154; Alex Hugo - 153; Tiffany Huff - 152; Taylor Edwards - 150; Katiyana Mauga - 150.[94]

Records & Milestones[edit]

Laura Espinoza set the NCAA record by driving in 128 RBIs in 1995; Nina Lindenberg tallied the least amount of RBIs in a non-injury season with 17 the same year. Christi Orgeron claims the junior class record with 101 RBIs in 2011. Leticia Pineda, as a sophomore in 1996, drove in 96 RBIs for that class record. In 2000, Jenny Topping set the freshman mark with 90 RBIs. Along with Espinoza in 1995 and Orgeron in 2011, Jenny Dalton drove in 109 in 1996 and Leah Braatz 100 in 1998, are the only players to reach the 100 benchmark. Stephanie Best tied the record for single game RBIs by driving in 11 on March 9, 2003. Espinoza simultaneously set the season home run mark in 1995 with 37. Finally in 1996, Lindenberg also hit an NCAA record 29 doubles and drove in 60 RBIs.

Along with Espinoza in 1995 & (95 in 1994), Orgeron in 2011 & (94 in 2012), Pineda in 1996, Topping in 2000, Dalton in 1996 (98 in 1995 & 91 in 1994), Braatz in 1998, Stacie Chambers (96 in 2009), Stacey Nuveman (91 in 1999) and Angeline Quiocho (90 in 2010) all rank top-10 for RBIs in an NCAA season. Also with Espinoza in 1994 & 1995, Dalton in 1996, Braatz (78 in 1997) & 1998, Nuveman in 1999, Topping in 2000, Chambers in 2009, Quiocho in 2010, Orgeron in 2011 & 2012, Toni Mascarenas (84 in 2001), Jaime Clark (75 in 2002), Samantha Findlay (77 in 2005), Ianeta Le'i (82 in 2006), Samantha Ricketts (81 in 2007), Charlotte Morgan (79 in 2008), Lauren Chamberlain (84 in 2013), Maddie O'Brien (83 in 2014), Chelsea Goodacre (86 in 2015) and Tina Iosefa (87 in 2016) led the NCAA in RBIs for those seasons.

Finally, Espinoza (48 in 1993) & 1994, Pineda in 1996 & (56 in 1997), Dalton (30 in 1993) 1994 & 1996, Braatz (75 in 1993) & 1997, Nuveman in 1999, Mascarenas in 2001, Findlay in 2005, Chamberlain in 2013, Lindenberg (77 in 1998), Amanda Scott (72 in 1998), Julie Marshall (67 in 1999), Mackenzie Vandergeest (61 in 2001), Tairia Flowers (70 in 2003), Kristie Fox (66 in 2006 & 63 in 2007), Kaitlin Cochran (51 in 2008), Katelyn Boyd (66 in 2011), Kalia Hunt (77 in 2012), Shelby Pendley (73 in 2013), Jessica Shults (45 in 2013) and Lauren Haeger (67 in 2014 & 71 in 2015) all won national championships those years. For their careers, Dalton (Pac-12), Sierra Romero (Big 10), Orgeron (Sun Belt), Kasey Cooper (SEC), Chamberlain (Big 12), Jennifer Gilbert (MAC), Jessica Purcell-Fitu (MWC), Whitney Haller (ACC), Vicky Galasso (Big Sky), Michelle Fuzzard (Southern), Samantha Iuli (Horizon), Best (A-Sun), Morgan Noad (Big South), Scott (WAC) and Michelle Chmielewski (Summit) hold the RBI crowns for those conferences.

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