Rhode Island College Athletic Hall of Famers Christie Lotti-Proctor '08 and Nicole Riley '09 will be inducted into the Little East Hall of Fame on Oct. 14, 2018 at the Italian Heritage Center in Portland, Maine.
Tickets to the ceremony are available for $50 per person. Those unable to attend can watch the evening's festivities live on LittleEast.tv. Tickets and congratulatory program advertisements can be purchased online at http://mkt.com/LEC. The purchase deadline for program advertisements is August 31, 2018.
Lotti-Proctor, who was inducted into RIC's Hall of Fame in 2014, is regarded as the greatest position player in Rhode Island College softball history. The first baseman did it all for the Anchorwomen, leading off, playing outstanding defense and was the engine that drove one of the most powerful offensive attacks the region has ever seen. During her tenure, Lotti-Proctor was a member of four Little East Conference regular season championships, three LEC tournament championships, two NCAA New England Regional titles and two NCAA National Championship Round appearances.
The Waterford, Conn. product wrapped up her collegiate career having played in 179 games, starting 177 of them. She totaled 593 at-bats, a .423 batting average, 182 runs scored, 251 hits, 43 doubles, 31 triples, 14 home runs, 103 RBI, 398 total bases, a .671 slugging percentage, 70 walks, 61 stolen bases and 910 putouts, ranking first all-time at RIC in every category. She also held eight single season program records at the conclusion of her career. Lotti Proctor is one of the most decorated softball player in the history of the Little East Conference, earning Player of the Year honors for three consecutive seasons (2006-08) after being named the 2005 Rookie of the Year, and was a four-year First-Team All-LEC selection. She was also named an All-Region selection by the National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) in each of her four seasons, earning First-Team honors in three of those years, and garnered Second-Team NFCA All-America honors as a senior.
Riley, who was also inducted into RIC's Athletic Hall of Fame in 2014, is one of the greatest pitchers in Rhode Island College softball history, starring in the circle from 2004-07. She posted a 77-20 record to go along with five saves, a 1.54 ERA, 600 strikeouts, 59 complete games and 23 shutouts. At the conclusion of her career, the North Providence, R.I. product was Rhode Island College's all-time leader in career appearances, games started, wins, relief appearances (24), and shutouts. She ranked second in both innings pitched and strikeouts, while placing third in career ERA and fourth in complete games.
The two-time LEC Pitcher of the Year and First-Team All-LEC selection earned First-Team All-Region honors from the National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) and was named a Second-Team All-American as a senior after going 29-5 with a 1.12 earned run average and 233 strikeouts in 219.1 innings of work. She was also named the 2007 Cox Sports Television Rhode Island Female Athlete of the Year. Riley helped lead the Anchorwomen to the NCAA National Championship Round and an NCAA New England Regional Championship in 2007. Riley was a member of three LEC regular season championship teams and two LEC tournament winners.