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Nan Duga Campbell '01

- The most successful pitcher in Springfield College history

- Also played field hockey at the College for one year, finishing third on the team in goals with 10

- Finished her softball career at 82-38 (.689 winning percentage)

- Named 2000 Louisville Slugger Division III All-American First Team

- Named 2001 Louisville Slugger Division III All-American Third Team

- At the time of her induction, she still holds NCAA records for the most games pitched in a season (48) and in career games pitched (150)

- Currently 2nd in NCAA Div. III in single-season innings pitched (295.1 in 2001), 5th in NCAA Div. II in shutouts (20), 5th in career strikeouts (850), 6th in single-season victories (35-8 in 2001), 6th in strikeouts (330 in 2001), 8th in career victories (82), 10th in career games started (109), and tied for 22nd in career completed games (89)

- In 2001, she led the nation in victories (35), innings pitched (295.1), and strikeouts (330)

- Still holds school records in wins in a season (35) and strikeouts in a season (330)

- Finished her sophomore year 19-10 with 192 strikeouts, 2.57 ERA

- Finished her freshman year 10-10 with 140 strikeouts, 2.28 ERA