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AS A SENIOR (2009): Steady contributor throughout her senior campaign ... appeared in 27 games with 13 starts ... scored five runs while tallying five hits ... drove in one run during a 1-for-2 effort at UNLV (March 8) while tacking on an assist ... drew one walk against Western Michigan (March 25) ... laid down four sacrifice hits ... recorded seven putouts from the outfield ... did not commit a single error, finishing her career with just one fielding fault in 119 games played ... scored runs in three consecutive contests from April 8-April 14.

AS A JUNIOR (2008): A preseason wrist injury hindered her from contributing on defense, but was able to step in and make an impact on the basepaths with her speed and craftiness ... tallied scores during pinch-running efforts against Towson (March 14) and Charleston Southern (March 15) ... stole her first base of the season against Towson (March 15) ... touched the plate for a run at Seton Hall (April 6) ... had a hit in her first at-bat of the season at South Florida (April 20) ... was hit by a pitch, stole a base and scored at Purdue (April 22) ... laid down a sacrifice at Pittsburgh (May 3) ... totaled six runs and one hit on the season with two swiped bags.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2007): A staple in the Irish outfield rotation ... managed 10 hits while seeing action in 27 contests ... scored nine runs on the season ... did not commit a single error in 19 chances for a perfect 1.000 fielding clip ... walked and had a sacrifice bunt against Auburn (Feb. 16) ... was 2-for-3 with a run scored and a stolen base against Tennessee Tech (Feb. 17) ... walked and scored once against California (Feb. 23) ... scored a run against UNLV (Feb. 24) ... notched a single and crossed the plate against Jacksonville (March 2) ... went 2-for-3 and scored against Eastern Kentucky (March 11) ... had a 1-for-3 afternoon with an RBI against UCLA (March 11) ... wore a pitch to get the free bag against Louisiana-Lafayette (Feb. 16) ... had a hit in the first game of a twinbill with Seton Hall (March 25) ... scored a run in the second game against the Pirates ... worked the count for a walk against Pittsburgh (March 31) ... went 3-for-4 with three runs scored against Syracuse (April 1) ... included in the sweep of the Orange was her third two-hit game of the season ... earned the start in right field against Eastern Michigan (April 10) ... saw time at the dish against DePaul (April 29) and Villanova (May 6) ... inserted into the NCAA Tournament game against Illinois State (May 19) as a pinch runner.

AS A FRESHMAN (2006): Saw her first collegiate action on opening day with an at-bat against BYU (Feb. 17) ... came off the bench in a key situation against Arizona State (March 16) ... led off the bottom of the seventh inning by reaching on a fielding error at third base and eventually scored on Stephanie Brown's walk-off, two-run homer ... logged her first career hit in her first start - as Notre Dame's designated player - in game two at Western Michigan (March 25) ... started her first career game in the defensive lineup against Bowling Green (March 20) ... started in the outfield in Notre Dame's second game of a doubleheader against Connecticut (April 1) ... with the score tied in the bottom of the eighth, 1-1, she singled and eventually scored the winning run on Mallorie Lenn's RBI-double to defeat the Huskies ... posted the first multiple-hit game of her career at Syracuse (April 8) in game two, going 2-for-5 with a run scored ... finished the doubleheader at Pittsburgh (April 9) 2-for-7 with her first career RBI in game one ... 2-for-3 with two singles in game one at St. John's (May 7) ... 1-for-3 with a run scored in game two against the Red Storm ... started all seven games of the BIG EAST Tournament and NCAA Tournament in right field.

THE MOLA FILE: Played prep ball at St. John Neumann (Naples, Fla.), where she earned four letters with the softball squad ... two-time team MVP and an all-county selection after her senior season ... earned second-team all-state honors in 2004 ... a multi-dimensional player who appeared in the outfield, first base and in the circle as a pitcher ... led the county with a school-record 39 stolen bases in 2004 ... in 2005, her senior season was cut short due to injury ... hit .462 as a junior with 30 hits in 65 at-bats ... also competed in basketball and golf for her high school ... nominated for the Wendy's High School Heisman award ... dedicated to extracurricular activities as a member of the National Honor Society, Student Council, SADD and the St. Vincent DePaul Society ... from the same area of Florida as former Irish pitcher Michelle Moschel ... daughter of Mary Beth and David Mola ... youngest of three daughters ... has two older sisters, Kristen and Danielle ... comes to Notre Dame from a large Irish-Catholic family ... born Aug. 24, 1987, in Norwalk, Conn. ... graduated from the Mendoza College of Business and the College of Arts & Letters with degrees in business and education.

Mola's Career Statistics

Year Avg GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG BB HBP SO GDP OB SF SH SB-ATT PO A E FLD
2006 .192 35-25 78 8 15 0 0 0 3 15 .192 3 0 12 0 .222 0 6 0-2 8 0 1 .889
2007 .164 35-27 61 9 10 0 0 0 1 10 .164 3 1 15 0 .215 0 3 1-1 19 1 0 1.000
2008 .200 22-0 5 6 1 0 0 0 0 1 .200 0 1 1 0 .333 0 1 2-2 0 0 0 .000
2009 .207 27-13 29 5 6 0 0 0 1 6 .207 1 0 6 0 .233 0 4 0-0 7 1 0 1.000
Total .185 199-65 173 28 32 0 0 0 5 32 .185 7 2 34 0 .225 0 14 3-5 34 2 1 .973

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Stephanie Mola
Stephanie  Mola

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Naples, FL

High School:
St. John Neumann

Height:
5-5

Position:
Outfield

Birthdate:
08/24/1987

Bats/Throws:
L/L

Event Calendar

Delta

February 10
12:00 PM
Weber State
Long Beach, Calif. (LBSU Softball Complex)
February 10
2:30 PM
Long Beach State
Long Beach, Calif. (LBSU Softball Complex)
February 11
12:00 PM
South Dakota
Long Beach, Calif. (LBSU Softball Complex)
February 11
2:30 PM
San Diego State
Long Beach, Calif. (LBSU Softball Complex)
February 12
12:00 PM
UCLA
Los Angeles, Calif. (Easton Stadium)
February 17
1:30 PM
Minnesota
Raleigh, N.C. (Dail Stadium)
February 18
10:00 AM
Michigan
Raleigh, N.C. (Dail Stadium)
February 18
12:30 PM
Minnesota
Raleigh, N.C. (Dail Stadium)
February 19
10:00 AM
Michigan
Raleigh, N.C. (Dail Stadium)
February 23
6:30 PM
Texas
Cathedral City, Calif. (Big League Dreams Sports Complex)
February 23
9:00 PM
Missouri
Cathedral City, Calif. (Big League Dreams Sports Complex)
February 24
3:30 PM
Arizona State
Cathedral City, Calif. (Big League Dreams Sports Complex)
February 24
6:00 PM
Georgia
Cathedral City, Calif. (Big League Dreams Sports Complex)
February 25
1:00 PM
Oklahoma
Cathedral City, Calif. (Big League Dreams Sports Complex)
March 4
12:30 PM
Purdue
Kissimmee, Fla. (ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex)
March 4
5:00 PM
FIU
Kissimmee, Fla. (ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex)
March 5
10:00 AM
Chattanooga
Kissimmee, Fla. (ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex)
March 5
12:15 PM
Charlotte
Kissimmee, Fla. (ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex)
March 11
TBA
Georgia Tech
Atlanta, Ga. (Mewborn Field)
March 11
TBA
Georgia Tech
Atlanta, Ga. (Mewborn Field)
March 12
TBA
Georgia Tech
Atlanta, Ga. (Mewborn Field)
March 14
5:00 PM
Georgia State
Atlanta, Ga. (Heck Softball Complex)
March 15
6:00 PM
Mercer
Macon, Ga. (Sikes Field)
March 17
6:00 PM
Florida State
Tallahassee, Fla. (JoAnne Graf Field)
March 18
1:00 PM
Florida State
Tallahassee, Fla. (JoAnne Graf Field)
March 19
12:00 PM
Florida State
Tallahassee, Fla. (JoAnne Graf Field)
March 22
5:00 PM
Michigan State
Notre Dame, Ind. (Melissa Cook Stadium)
March 24
6:00 PM
Virginia Tech
Notre Dame, Ind. (Melissa Cook Stadium)
March 25
3:00 PM
Virginia Tech
Notre Dame, Ind. (Melissa Cook Stadium)
March 26
12:00 PM
Virginia Tech
Notre Dame, Ind. (Melissa Cook Stadium)
March 29
5:00 PM
Eastern Michigan
Notre Dame, Ind. (Melissa Cook Stadium)
April 5
5:00 PM
Fort Wayne
Notre Dame, Ind. (Melissa Cook Stadium)
April 7
6:00 PM
North Carolina
Notre Dame, Ind. (Melissa Cook Stadium)
April 8
3:00 PM
North Carolina
Notre Dame, Ind. (Melissa Cook Stadium)
April 9
12:00 PM
North Carolina
Notre Dame, Ind. (Melissa Cook Stadium)
April 11
5:30 PM
Detroit Mercy
Notre Dame, Ind. (Melissa Cook Stadium)
April 12
6:00 PM
IUPUI
Notre Dame, Ind. (Melissa Cook Stadium)
April 14
4:00 PM
NC State
Raleigh, N.C. (Dail Stadium)
April 14
6:00 PM
NC State
Raleigh, N.C. (Dail Stadium)
April 15
1:00 PM
NC State
Raleigh, N.C. (Dail Stadium)
April 19
6:00 PM
Western Michigan
Notre Dame, Ind. (Melissa Cook Stadium)
April 21
6:00 PM
Virginia
Notre Dame, Ind. (Melissa Cook Stadium)
April 22
3:00 PM
Virginia
Notre Dame, Ind. (Melissa Cook Stadium)
April 23
12:00 PM
Virginia
Notre Dame, Ind. (Melissa Cook Stadium)
April 25
5:00 PM
Northwestern
Evanston, Ill. (Drysdale Field)
April 29
1:00 PM
Arkansas
Notre Dame, Ind. (Melissa Cook Stadium)
April 29
3:00 PM
Arkansas
Notre Dame, Ind. (Melissa Cook Stadium)
April 30
12:00 PM
Arkansas
Notre Dame, Ind. (Melissa Cook Stadium)
May 3
6:00 PM
Butler
Notre Dame, Ind. (Melissa Cook Stadium)
May 5
6:00 PM
Boston College
Notre Dame, Ind. (Melissa Cook Stadium)
May 6
3:00 PM
Boston College
Notre Dame, Ind. (Melissa Cook Stadium)
May 7
12:00 PM
Boston College
Notre Dame, Ind. (Melissa Cook Stadium)
May 11
TBA
ACC Championship
Chapel Hill, N.C. (Anderson Stadium)
May 12
TBA
ACC Championship
Chapel Hill, N.C. (Anderson Stadium)
May 13
TBA
ACC Championship
Chapel Hill, N.C. (Anderson Stadium)
May 19
TBA
NCAA Regionals
Campus sites
May 20
TBA
NCAA Regionals
Campus sites
May 21
TBA
NCAA Regionals
Campus sites
May 25
TBA
NCAA Super Regionals
Campus sites
May 26
TBA
NCAA Super Regionals
Campus sites
May 27
TBA
NCAA Super Regionals
Campus sites
May 28
TBA
NCAA Super Regionals
Campus sites
June 1
TBA
Womens College World Series
Oklahoma City, Okla. (ASA Hall of Fame Stadium)
June 2
TBA
Womens College World Series
Oklahoma City, Okla. (ASA Hall of Fame Stadium)
June 3
TBA
Womens College World Series
Oklahoma City, Okla. (ASA Hall of Fame Stadium)
June 4
TBA
Womens College World Series
Oklahoma City, Okla. (ASA Hall of Fame Stadium)
June 5
TBA
Womens College World Series
Oklahoma City, Okla. (ASA Hall of Fame Stadium)
June 6
TBA
Womens College World Series
Oklahoma City, Okla. (ASA Hall of Fame Stadium)
June 7
TBA
Womens College World Series
Oklahoma City, Okla. (ASA Hall of Fame Stadium)

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