|Sports Played or Coached:||Softball, 1985-88|
Helping put FSC softball on the national map, Dori Stankewitz Packard came to the Mocs in the mid-1980s and firmly entrenched her name in the FSC record book. A two-time first-team All-American and a two-time Academic All-American, Packard was a three-time All-South honoree, a three-time All-SSC honoree and the 1988 SSC Female Athlete of the Year. Among her 12 school records is a streak of 64.0 consecutive scoreless innings pitched in 1988, an NCAA record which stood for 12 seasons, as well as 19 consecutive victories. She holds the FSC single game record with 20 strikeouts in a seven-inning game, set against Tampa in 1987, and also holds single season records with a 0.36 earned run average (1988), 20 shutouts (1987) and 29 complete games (1987). Her 29 victories in 1987 is tied for second best. Packard holds career records at FSC with 81 wins, 927 strikeouts, 55 shutouts, 90 complete games and a 0.70 career ERA. She ranks second with 630.1 career innings pitched. A 1988 graduate of FSC, Packard was named to the SSC Hall of Fame in 1999.