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1987- Despite posting a disappointing 2-28 record, the Tars averaged over four runs a contest and stole 76 bases in 89 attempts, good for an 85% success rate. Junior center fielder Margott Lyons was named honorable mention All-SSC.

1988 - Diane Whaley, who served as Softball's assistant coach the previous two seasons, is named head coach.

1990 - Led by first team All-SSC selectee Melanie Dunbar, the Softball team compiled their best season in history at 17-22, including its first ever Sunshine State Conference double header sweep on April 3 when they defeated Tampa by scores of 3-0 and 3-2 at home. 

1994 - Sandra Carter, former coach at local Bishop Moore High School, is named head coach

1995- First year coach Sandy Carter led a team comprised almost completely of freshman, only exception was junior Amy Percy, to a 5-32 record. The five wins included a double header sweep of Tampa.

1996 - The Tars set a new program best in victories, going 22-27 under the direction of first year head coach, Michelle Frew.

1997 - For the second straight season, the Tars earned a new program best in victories, finishing with an overall record of 28-16. The '97 season also marked the programs best ever finish in the SSC, posting a record of 13-15 to finish alone in fourth place. Junior Liz Bartels was named first team All-American, posting a SSC leading .487 batting average with 16 doubles and 32 RBI.

1998 - Set a new school record in victories, 34, as well as finished third in the SSC, best in program history.  Ended a 53 game losing streak against conference foe Florida Southern by a score 1-0 in eight innings as well as defeated Barry to end a 37 game losing streak against the Bucs. Head coach Michelle Frew won her 200thcareer game in a 4-1 win over Florida Tech on the way to being named SSC Coach of the Year.

1999 - After a slow start, Rollins rallied to finish fourth in the SSC by winning 17 of their final 25 games. It marked the third straight season in which the team placed in the top four in the league standings.

2001 - Bouncing back from a disappointing year in 2000, the Tars registered more than 30 wins for the second time in school history, finishing with a 32-18 record.  Junior Tina Savage was name SSC Player of the Year, setting new team records for home runs and RBI in a season.

2002 - Set a new school record for victories in a season, finishing with a record of 36-14 and also finishing above .500 in conference play for the first time in program history.  Senior Tina Savage was name Conference Player of the Year for the second consecutive season.

2003 - Finished the year with 34-18 record, marking the third season in a row with 30+ victories. Head coach Michelle Frew registered her 300th career win. Pitcher Sarah Reeber set a new team high with 25 wins.

2004 - Set a new team record for wins in a season while finishing with an overall record of 42-16. The Tars finished second in the conference with a 16-5 record, setting the mark for the highest finish in team history. The Tars received their first ever bid to the NCAA Championships, reaching the semifinals of the South Regional. Three players earned first-team All-SSC honors, led by pitcher Jamie Elam, who ranked among the national leaders in victories.

2005 - Finished the year 33-18 and 9-15 in the SSC after starting the year ranked 17th in the NFCA preseason poll.

2006 - Established a new record for wins in a season, finishing the '06 campaign with a record of 45-16. Head coach Michelle Frew earned her 400th career victory and also secured her 300th victory at Rollins. 2006 marked the ninth season in the past 10 and sixth straight where Rollins earned 30+ victories.

2007 -Posted 40+ victories for the third time in school history and earned the programs second ever NCAA Championship bid, finishing with a record of 41-17. Junior Sherri Rabenold and sophomore Nicole Anderson were named All-SSC first team.

2008- Finished with a 39-16 record and returned to the NCAA tournament for the third time in program history, earning their first ever back to back bids. Senior first baseman Sherri Rabenold was named to the Daktronics All-America first team, All-SSC first team and NFCA All-Region second team.

2009 - The Tars posted a program best 47-10 mark and 18-6 record in the conference, winning the Sunshine State Conference for the first time in school history. Rollins made their third-straight NCAA Tournament appearance and fourth under head coach Michelle Frew. Senior Pitcher Nicole Anderson collected Sunshine State Conference Pitcher of the Year honors, Rollins College Female Athlete of the Year, All-SSC first team, Daktronics All-Region first team and NFCA All-South Region first team. Anderson also reached the 1,000 strikeout club, the first pitcher at Rollins to do so.

2010- The Tars posted a record of 45-6, setting a program best 0.88 winning percentage. Rollins captured their second consecutive Sunshine State Conference title and first outright crown in school history. Rollins also made their fourth-straight NCAA Tournament appearance and fifth overall under the guidance of head coach Michelle Frew.  After going 31-3, freshmen pitcher Kirsten Frame was named All-SSC First Team honors, SSC Pitcher of the Year and Daktronics South Region Pitcher of the Year.

2011 - Marked the second-consecutive season the Tars tallied 45 wins and finished the year ranked No. 16 in the final national poll. The Tars posted a record of 45-4 and set a program record 0.918 winning percentage while collecting their third straight Sunshine State Conference crown and fifth straight NCAA appearance. They were ranked as high as No. 4 in the nation and also earned the right to host the Division II South Region Tournament for the first time in program history. Senior Christine Roser left Rollins as the career leader in hits, doubles, home runs, RBIs and runs scored.

2012 - Finished the regular season 40-9, 19-5 in the SSC to finish in a tie for second place. It was Coach Frew's seventh 40 win season in her career and fourth straight. Ranked as high as 11th in the nation and advanced further than any other team in program history, losing in the regional final, 1-0, to eventual National Champion, Valdosta State. The Tars said goodbye to five seniors, highlighted by senior Monica Meadows, who left Rollins with the career record for hits (259) and doubles (62).

2013 - Rollins finished the season with a 44-8 record, good for the fifth-most wins in program history. Coach Michelle Frew secured her 700th career win on February 1 over St. Martins University in Kona, HI. Frew notched her 600th career win at Rollins on February 24 over Fort Valley State.  Niki Fogle was the ninth Tar to be named Daktronics All-America Team, garnering second team honors. The Tars said goodbye to three seniors - Aimee Halpin, Hannah Lovestrand, and Tara Turner - who will be sorely missed.

2014 - The Tars finished 2014 with an overall record of 39-13 after claiming a share of the Sunshine State Conference Championship with a 19-5 record in SSC play.  Rollins earned a the fourth-seed berth in the NCAA South Region Tournament in Huntsville, Ala. and secured victories over North Alabama and Tuskegee before falling to top-seeded UAH in the South Region 1 Championship. Rollins says farewell to six seniors, including 2014 NFCA All-South Region teamers Kristie Hoeffer, Veronica Alred, and Hilary Brown. Their talents and leadership will be missed as the Tars look to the next class of players to step up in 2015.