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2006 Virginia Softball Roster

No.NamePos.Yr.Ht.B/THometown/High School
1Jessica TaylorOF4th5-5L/RPhiladelphia, Pa./Germantown Academy
2Coty TolarP3rd5-7R/RMarietta, Ga./Lassiter
3Lara RodriguezOF3rd5-4R/ROak Hill, Va./Oakton
6Elea Crockett2B3rd5-3L/RTucson, Ariz./University
7Jackie GreerOF4th-R5-7R/RPortage, Mich./Portage Northern
8Amy McKeanC/OF3rd5-7R/RKent, Wash./Kentlake
10Kathryn MirrasOF2nd5-7R/RMontauk, N.Y./East Hampton
11Brooke Sorber1B3rd5-8R/LAlexandria, Va./Mount Vernon
12Karla WilburnP2nd-R6-0R/RDel Mar, Calif./Torrey Pines
13Lindsey PreussSS2nd5-8R/RLa Plata, Md./La Plata
14Michelle SalmieryC3rd5-10R/RSan Jose, Calif./Westmont
16Whitney Holstun1B2nd5-9R/REscondido, Calif./Escondido
17Erin HornP/OF4th5-6R/RTallahassee, Fla./Leon
18Meghan O' LearyP/OF3rd6-0R/RBaton Rouge, La./Episocpal
19Sarah TackeOF1st5-8L/LMerced, Calif./Golden Valley
21Sara Larquier3B4th5-7R/RBurbank, Calif./John Burroughs
24Kierstie CameronSS/2B2nd5-6R/RPinon Hills, Calif./Serrano
29Madi GoreP1st5-6R/RAcworth, Ga./Kell

Head Coach: Karen Johns (South Carolina, '88), First Season

Assistant Coach: Carie Dever-Boaz (Fresno State '90), First Season

Assistant Coach: Brandon Duncan, First Season

Volunteer Assistant Coach: Katie Campbell (Kansas '03), First Season

Athletic Trainer: Brian Friscia (Florida '04), Second Season

Captains: Jackie Greer, Erin Horn, Sara Larquier, Jessica Taylor


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