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2010 BUTLER VOLLEYBALL

Front Row (L-to-R): Katie Daprile, Gina Vera, Kelly Hunter, Alli Norris, Motade Atanda, Maureen Nesbit, Jessica Wolfe. Back Row (L-to-R): Maureen Bamiro, Claire Randich, Susan Lester, Jalesa Lee, Maria Mayer, Casey Sines, Maggie Harbison.

2010 Butler Volleyball Table of Contents

Quick Facts/Table of Contents....................................................................................1 Welcome to Butler...................................................................................................2-3 Hinkle Fieldhouse.......................................................................................................4 The City of Indianapolis..............................................................................................5 The Horizon League...................................................................................................6 2010 Horizon League Championship.........................................................................6 Being a Bulldog..........................................................................................................7 2010 Outlook...........................................................................................................8-9 Head Coach Sharon Clark........................................................................................10 Coaching Staff.......................................................................................................... 11 Maureen Bamiro..................................................................................................12-13 Katie Daprile........................................................................................................14-15 Kelly Hunter..............................................................................................................16 Susan Lester............................................................................................................17 Jalesa Lee...........................................................................................................18-19 Gina Vera.............................................................................................................20-21 Jessica Wolfe......................................................................................................22-23 Tade Atanda/Maggie Harbison.................................................................................24 Maureen Nesbit/Alli Norris........................................................................................25 Claire Randich/Casey Sines.....................................................................................26 All-Americans at Butler.............................................................................................27 All-Time Roster/Butler Hall of Famers......................................................................28 2009 Statistics and Season Results.........................................................................29 Records . ...........................................................................................................30-32

University Information City/Zip: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Indianapolis, Ind. 46208 Founded: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1855 Enrollment: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4,512 Nickname: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bulldogs Colors: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Blue (PMS 541) and White Home Court: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Hinkle Fieldhouse Capacity: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10,000 Conference: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Horizon League Affiliation: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NCAA Division I President: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dr. Bobby Fong Athletics Director: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Barry Collier Associate AD/SWA: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Beth Goetz Faculty Athletics Rep.: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dr. Joe Kirsch Ticket Manager: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Matt Harris Ticket Office Phone: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (317) 940-9390 Athletics Phone: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (317) 940-9375 Volleyball Staff Head Coach: ..............................................................Sharon Clark 11th Season Alma Mater/Year:................................ Cal State-Sacramento, 1989 Record at Butler: ......................................... 156-145 (10 Seasons) Horizon League Record: ........................................................75-69 Overall Record: ........................................... 258-253 (16 Seasons) Clark’s E-mail: ....................................................sclark@butler.edu Assistant Coach: .............................................................. Jeff Getz 2nd Season Alma Mater/Year: . ........................................................Lewis, 2002 Getz’s E-mail: .......................................................jgetz@butler.edu Assistant Coach:.................................................................Nina Inic 2nd Season Alma Mater/Year:...........................................................Butler, 2009 Inic’s Email:...........................................................ninic@butler.edu Volleyball Office Phone:........................................... (317) 940-8512 Program History First Year of Volleyball: ............................................................1975 All-Time Record:.............................................................. 638-473-1 NCAA Appearances:.......................................................One (1997)

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The 2010 Butler volleyball media guide was designed, written and updated by Josh Rattray, Assistant Sports Information Director. Action photography, headshots and team photos by Brent Smith. Cover design by Jackie Bilskie, Butler Marketing Communications. Certain photos and information provided by Butler University’s admissions department and the Butler volleyball team. It was uploaded online using Issuu.com.

Team Information 2009 Overall Record: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21-14 Home/Road/Neutral: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-0/4-11/8-3 2009 Horizon League Record: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-6 League Finish: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4th Horizon League Championship: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0-1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7/4 Starters Returning/Lost: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 + libero/1 Newcomers: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Sports Information Associate AD/Communications:.................................. Jim McGrath Assistant SID/Volleyball Contact:.................................Josh Rattray Josh Rattray E-mail:.......................................... jrattray@butler.edu Josh Rattray Office Phone:...................................... (317) 940-9994 Josh Rattray Cell Phone:......................................... (317) 828-9312 Sports Information Fax:........................................... (317) 940-9808 Mailing Address:....................................................... Butler Athletics Hinkle Fieldhouse 510 W. 49th St. Indianapolis, IN 46208

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Butler University Welcome To

BUTLER!

The five faculty and 113 students present when Butler University opened in 1855 laid a solid foundation for more than 150 years of creative change and progress. Today’s 4,200 students carry on that legacy, as they continue to look ahead while treasuring the traditions unique to Butler. The young school, originally named North Western Christian University, was unusually innovative. It was the first in Indiana, and only the third in the nation, to admit women on an equal basis with men. With the appointment in 1858 of Catherine Merrill as Demia Butler Professor of English, the institution became the second in the country to appoint a woman faculty member, the first to establish an endowed chair specifically for a female professor and the first to establish a professorship in English literature. The school was also the first in Indiana to allow its students, with parental consent, to choose subjects suited to their needs under a new “elective” system. As Indianapolis grew, the city’s commercial district began to penetrate the heavily-wooded campus at what is now the corner of Thirteenth Street and College Avenue. In 1873, the board of directors decided to sell the downtown campus and accept a gift of 25 acres in Irvington, then a suburb east of Indianapolis. In 1877, North Western Christian University became Butler University, taking the name of its founder and benefactor, Indianapolis attorney Ovid Butler. Butler moved again 50 years later, as the “Circle City” continued to grow. In 1928, classes were held for the first time in Jordan Hall, an imposing new Gothic structure erected on the beautiful Fairview Park Site, a wooded tract north of the city on the White River and the Inland Waterway Canal. Today’s students come from every state in the nation and from many foreign countries to enroll in degree programs in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, or in one of five professional colleges -- Business Administration, Education, Fine Arts, Liberal Arts, Communication or Pharmacy and Health Sciences. Butler is one of only 21 private schools in the country offering a pharmacy program.

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Butler University

True to the vision of its founders, the University continues to offer an array of professional and pre-professional programs within the context of a strong commitment to the traditional arts and sciences and to the values of liberal education. Butler continues to welcome highly motivated, intellectually curious men and women, and to prepare them for lives of professional and community service and creative, ethical action. Butler is one of the top 20 US colleges for producing business executives, is in the top 10% for preparing future Ph.D.s and is located in the Number two city for college graduates starting a career. Although the thriving city of Indianapolis has once again grown to surround Butler University, the 290-acre campus remains a serenely beautiful area with 20 buildings, playing fields, a formal botanical garden, and a nature preserve surrounded by wellestablished residential communities. Located only five miles from “The Circle,” the heart of the city, the campus offers easy access to cultural and sporting events in downtown Indianapolis. Butler’s mission is to provide the highest quality of liberal and professional education and to integrate the liberal arts into profession education by creating, and fostering a stimulating intellectual community built upon interactive dialogue and inquiry among faculty and students. Butler University is fully accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools. The University is licensed for teacher training by the State Department of Education in Indiana and appears on the approved list of the American Association of University Women.

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Hinkle Fieldhouse

Home of the

BULLDOGS

Hinkle Fieldhouse has reigned as one of the nation’s great sports arenas for more than 80 years. The classic facility was constructed in 1928 and it has stood up to the test of time, maintaining the splendor, character and atmosphere that made it one of the nation’s most famous sports arenas more than 80 years ago. The Fieldhouse, which remained virtually unchanged for more than 60 years, received a major facelift during the summer of 1989. Among the changes to the historical building were new chairback seats in the lower arena, new doors and windows on the south side of the exterior, new athletic team offices, a training room and locker rooms off the main arena, a VIP lounge, repaved parking lot, outside Constructed in 1928, Hinkle Fieldhouse is on the National Register of Historic Buildings. landscaping, extensive interior painting and a new public address system. More recently, the Fieldhouse has received a new weight room, new football offices, sports information/ marketing offices, and administrative offices. All of the renovations have been geared toward upgrading the facility, while retaining the history and nostalgia of the home of “Hoosier Hysteria.” The original construction of Butler Fieldhouse was part of a massive project designed to give Butler one of the finest athletic plants in the nation. The project was financed by a corporation of 41 prominent and farsighted Indianapolis businessmen. Completion of the Fieldhouse was guaranteed when Butler signed a lease agreement with the Indiana High School Athletic Association allowing the high school state basketball tournament to be played in the massive new facility. In addition to basketball, the Fieldhouse was the site of the Indiana State High School When Hinkle Fieldhouse opened in 1928, the floor ran east and west, which put more than half the seats at the ends of the court. It was turned to its current configuration in the early 1930’s. Volleyball Championship from 2001 to 2006.

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The City of Indianapolis

Opportunity, Hospitality and . . . SPORTS!

Just when it seemed the sporting scene in Indianapolis couldn’t get any better, it did! Long recognized as the “Amateur Sports Capitol of the World”, Indianapolis is in the midst of another sports explosion. From the Indiana Pacers to the Final Four, Peyton Manning and the Super Bowl XLI Champion Colts to the spectacular Victory Field, the Butler Bulldogs, the NCAA, Lucas Oil Stadium and Conseco Fieldhouse, everywhere you turn sports are booming! It’s not surprising. Sports have played a key role in the development of the Hoosier state capital. Indianapolis gained an international reputation as host of the largest single-day sporting event in the world - the Indianapolis 500. In fact, the city hosts the two largest single-day sporting events in the world - the Indy 500 and the All-State 400 at the Brickyard. Indianapolis hosted the Pan American Games in 1987, the NCAA Final Four in 1980, 1991, 1997,

2000 and 2006, the World Gymnastics Championship in 1991, the World Rowing Championships in 1994, the World Basketball Championship in 2002, the World Swimming Championship in 2004, has hosted Olympic trials in swimming, diving, and synchronized swimming, national championships in gymnastics, boxing, track and field, rowing, canoe/ kayak, swimming, diving, synchronized swimming, archery and ice skating, and numerous NCAA championships. Indianapolis boasts the Indiana Pacers of the NBA, the Indiana Fever of the WNBA and the Indianapolis Colts of the NFL. The Triple-A Indianapolis Indians play in one of the finest minor The Circle Centre mall features more than 100 shopping, dining and enterleague baseball parks in the nation - tainment options in the heart of downtown Indianapolis. Victory Field - and the city is called home by the Indiana Ice profes- League headquarters is located in Indianapolis and the sional hockey team. Indy has hosted the NCAA national office moved to Indianapolis in 2001 1993 U. S. Women’s Open Professional Not surprisingly, Indianapolis features a wide Golf Tournament, the 1991 PGA, the array of world-class sports facilities. The recently Brickyard Crossing Senior Golf Classic, contstructed 64,000-seat Lucas Oil Stadium is home the 2005 Solheim Cup and the 2009 US to the Indianapolis Colts, NCAA basketball, the 2012 Senior Open. The Indianapolis Tennis Super Bowl and numerous other events. The Indiana Championships at the Indianapolis Ten- Pacers play in the 18,500-seat Conseco Fieldhouse. nis Center has become one of the major The city is home to the Indiana University Natatorium, tennis tournaments in the world. featuring one of the fastest swimming pools in the The Hoosier capital houses the head- world, the state-of-the-art National Institute for Fitquarters for numerous national amateur ness and Sport, the Indianapolis Tennis Center which sports governing bodies, including the houses 24 tennis courts and an 8,000-seat stadium, United States Gymnastics Federation, the 12,500-seat IU Track and Field Stadium, the USA Track and Field, U. S. Diving, U. S. Major Taylor Velodrome, historic Hinkle Fieldhouse Lucas Oil Stadium is the home of the National Football League’s IndiaSynchronized Swimming and the United and Victory Field. napolis Colts and hosted Butler basketball at the 2010 NCAA Men’s Final States Rowing Association. The Horizon Four. It will also be host the 2011 NCAA Women’s Final Four.

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The Horizon League Horizon League Demographics Institution Butler Cleveland State Detroit Green Bay Loyola Milwaukee UIC Valparaiso Wright State Youngstown State

One Pan American Plaza 201 S. Capitol Ave., Suite 500 Indianapolis, IN 46225 (317) 237-5622 Fax - (317) 237-5620 www.horizonleague.org

Enrollment 4,200 16,245 5,600 5,416 14,764 28,000 24,541 4,000 17,074 12,898

Location Indianapolis, Ind. Cleveland, Ohio Detroit, Mich. Green Bay, Wis. Chicago, Ill. Milwaukee, Wis. Chicago, Ill. Valparaiso, Ind. Dayton, Ohio Youngstown, Ohio

TV HH (DMA Rank) 1,053,750 (25) 1,541,780 (16) 1,938,670 (11) 432,810 (69) 3,430,790 (3) 880,390 (33) 3,430,790 (3) 3,430,790 (3) 513,610 (59) 276,720 (102)

Horizon League Championship Bracket Hosted by No. 1 Seed

Quarterfinals - Nov. 19

No. 3 Seed

Semifinals - Nov. 20

Championship - Nov. 21

Match 3 Match 1 Match 5

No. 6 Seed

No. 4 Seed

No. 1 Seed plays lower remaining seed in Match 4 No. 2 Seed plays higher remaining seed in Match 3

CHAMPION

Match 2 No. 5 Seed

Match 4

All-Time Volleyball Tournament Champions Year 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986

Champion Milwaukee Milwaukee CSU Milwaukee Loyola Loyola Green Bay Milwaukee Milwaukee Loyola Loyola Milwaukee Butler NIU Loyola Notre Dame Notre Dame Notre Dame Notre Dame Dayton Saint Louis Saint Louis Butler Butler

2nd CSU CSU Valparaiso UIC WSU CSU Milwaukee Loyola Loyola Butler Milwaukee Loyola Loyola Butler NIU NIU Butler Loyola Loyola Butler Butler Butler Loyola Xavier

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Site Cleveland, Ohio Cleveland, Ohio Milwaukee, Wis. Dayton, Ohio Chicago, Ill. Youngstown, Ohio Indianapolis, Ind. Green Bay, Wis. Milwaukee, Wis. Cleveland, Ohio Chicago, Ill. Dayton, Ohio Chicago, Ill. Indianapolis, Ind. DeKalb, Ill. DeKalb, Ill. Evansville, Ind. Pittsburgh, Pa. Indianapolis, Ind Cincinnati, Ohio St. Louis, Mo. Chicago, Ill Indianapolis, Ind. Evansville, Ind.

All-Time Volleyball Tournament Records School Notre Dame Northern Illinois Milwaukee Saint Louis Loyola Butler Valparaiso Dayton Cleveland State Green Bay Wright State Oral Roberts Evansville Xavier UIC Youngstown State Duquesne La Salle Marquette

Yrs. 5 3 14 5 24 24 3 5 15 14 15 1 8 9 15 8 1 2 2

Current league members in italics

W 11 6 23 10 40 27 3 5 10 8 8 1 5 5 6 1 0 0 0

L 2 2 8 5 23 21 3 6 14 13 15 2 12 15 15 8 1 2 4

Pct. .846 .750 .742 .667 .635 .563 .500 .455 .417 .381 .348 .333 .294 .250 .286 .111 .000 .000 .000

1st 4 1 6 2 5 3 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2nd 0 2 2 0 7 6 1 0 3 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0

Being a Bulldog Strength & Conditioning

Butler athletes benefit from an extensive strength and conditioning program under the direction of Strength and Conditioning Coordinator Jim Peal. The purpose of Butler’s strength training program is two-fold. One is to reduce the risk of injury and the second is to increase performance potential. By increasing the strength of each athlete’s muscles, bones and connective tissues, the chance of incurring an injury while performing lessens. The increase in functional strength is also an important step toward reaching the athlete’s athletic potential. The strength and conditioning program stresses flexibility, agility, jumping skills, speed and reaction time, as well as strength. The program utilizes free weights, strength machinery, manual resistance and additional innovative techniques to help maximize the chance for Butler athletes to succeed. The center of Butler’s strength and conditioning program is the 4,000-square foot weight training room located in Hinkle Fieldhouse. The weight room, which features an entire outside wall of glass, is stocked with free weights, weight machines, stationary bikes, stairmasters, and related apparatus, and allows Butler athletes to train in an open and comfortable environment.

Academic Support

Balancing the demands of NCAA Division I athletics with the responsibilities of a rigorous academic schedule is one of the biggest challenges facing collegiate student-athletes. To help ease that challenge Butler provides a dedicated academic support system. The Athletic Academic Support Offices are located in Hinkle Fieldhouse, where coordinator Sonya Hopkins and staff are available to assist student-athletes in solving academic and nonacademic problems. Butler offers its student-athletes academic and career counseling, guidance in study skills and time management, and academic tutoring. The academic staff monitors each student-athlete’s progress toward Butler’s degree requirements. Support services for student-athletes are provided on a by-need or by-student/coach request basis. Butler teams and student-athletes have won numerous league and national academic awards.

Travel in Style

The Bulldogs will travel in style during the 2009 campaign, using one of the finest fleets of bus transportation for road games. The coaches feature all-electric plush recliners for the players as well as a lounge area at the rear. The fleet also comes complete with multiple flat panel TVs, two satellite systems with Direct TV®, twin DVD systems, on-board rest room and a galley area complete with ice chests. Wireless internet access is also available throughout the coach.

Sports Medicine

Butler student-athletes have access to a comprehensive sports medicine program that focuses on the prevention, treatment and rehabilitation of athletic-related injuries. Under the supervision of Head Athletic Trainer Ryan Galloy, Butler’s athletes are served by an extensive team of physicians, health care professionals and certified athletic trainers. The Bulldogs’ training room is located on the west end of Hinkle Fieldhouse, immediately behind the women’s basketball office. The training room is divided into four areas - rehabilitation and injury management, athlete preparation, administration and storage - and is fully equipped to provide thorough rehabilitation. Butler’s athletic training staff provides care for Butler student-athletes at practices and games, while also maintaining daily hours for treatment and rehabilitation. The staff also works to educate Butler’s student-athletes in the areas of injury prevention, nutrition and various wellness issues. Butler’s sports medicine program utilizes the extensive medical community in Indianapolis, which boasts one of the largest and most knowledgeable groups of sports medicine professionals in the nation. Butler student-athletes have access in Indianapolis to world-renowned medical facilities, as well as many of the leading physicians in the world of sports medicine.

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2010 Season Outlook

Bring It Home To Hinkle In past seasons, the Horizon League Volleyball Championship was held at a predetermined site. For each team, the regular season was essentially just for seeding, with one school knowing well in advance it would be the host school. For the first time in the history of Horizon League volleyball, the regular season champion will host the league tournament, which adds a little more flame to the fire. The 2010 Bulldogs have made their intentions loud and clear: Bring the Horizon League tournament home to Hinkle Fieldhouse. “We feel like we have great depth and strong players at every position, which will create a lot of competition for our players,” head coach Sharon Clark said. “We return a strong core of upperclassmen. When you look

at our roster, with five freshmen some people would consider us young. But our new players come in with good experience and are more ready than freshmen we’ve had in the past.” Clark’s 11th team at BU appears to have the ingredients to bring the tourney home to Hinkle. The team returns five starters – including an AVCA honorable mention All-American honoree and an all-league setter - plus the libero from a team that went 21-14 in 2009. Clark says this year’s squad also has the size and versatility to compete for the league title. “We’re bigger and we’re a much better blocking team,” Clark said. “We are also much more versatile. We have players who can hit on the outside as well as play in the middle. That’s a big plus for us. We’re not so one-dimensional.” NEWCOMERS JOIN WOLFE ON THE OUTSIDE The outside hitting corps is definitely a strength for Butler this season. The unit features a senior All-America candidate as well as a pair of highly-regarded freshmen. Leading the way is senior Jessica Wolfe, a first team All-Horizon League performer the last two years and an all-region pick last fall as well. At the end of last season, Wolfe became the second player in Butler history to earn AVCA All-America recognition, following Areal Bienemy in 2003-04. The 6-2 senior led the Horizon League with 4.01 kills per set and 4.62 points per set. She ranked in the nation’s top 50 in both categories. “Jessie is our core,” Clark said. “She came into camp as physically strong as she’s ever been. She’s hitting and blocking well, just doing the things she’s always done for us. She’s always been very confident and aggressive. The difference for her now is that she understands the bigger picture about the team. As a senior, she has that maturity about her.

Jessica Wolfe was named an AVCA All-America after leading the Horizon League in points and kills last season.

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“We think she’ll raise her game to a higher level this season. Jessie wants to be the best. And at the end of

Maureen Bamiro led the team and ranked fifth in the Horizon League in blocking last season with 1.06 blocks per set.

the day, that’s the most important thing. It’s rare to find someone who thinks that way all the way through.” Freshmen Maggie Harbison and Tade Atanda (Todd-ay Ah-tahn-da) and community college transfer Maria Mayer are also projected to take a lot of swings opposite Wolfe. Clark is extremely optimistic about the group of outside hitting newcomers. Harbison is a versatile 6-1 player from Carmel, Ind., who is expected to be able to contribute immediately. The freshman was an all-state player in high school and set school records for kills in a season and career. “Maggie is physically ready and well-conditioned to play for us this season,” Clark said. “She adds so much to our game with her ability to ball handle. She’s strong and can hit well, and she definitely adds to our blocking game.” Motade “Tade” Atanda is another freshman outside hitter to watch. The 5-7 California native is an explosive athlete who makes up for being undersized with quickness and leaping ability. “Tade is incredibly dynamic and athletic. We fully expect her to contribute this season,” Clark said. “She has picked up what we do pretty fast. She’s a great hitter and a very good blocker. Some people might see her as a bit small, but she plays very big.” DAWGS ‘SET’ AT SETTER POSITION Butler has two capable setters in sophomores Gina Vera and Kelly Hunter. Vera was the primary setter in 2009, earning Horizon League all-newcomer status and finishing second in the conference in assists per set. Vera, who spent a portion of her summer in Europe, fin-

2010 Season Outlook ished 44th in the nation in assists per set as a freshman last year and was in the national rankings each week. Clark says Vera will be even better as a sophomore in 2010. “Gina did a great job training in Europe. She came back in better shape than she showed up last year,” Clark said. “We see her as a top 30 setter in the country. And even though she’s just a sophomore, she plays like a senior and our players trust her.” Not only is her passing usually on target, Vera thrives as a defender in the setter position. She is a major piece to BU’s blocking game, which is a big part of Butler’s on-court system. “Gina’s a very good blocker who has been trained well,” Clark said. “That’s something that tends to be overlooked. But she reads well and knows where to line up.” Hunter saw action in 32 matches and 88 sets last season, primarily becoming an asset in Butler’s service game. She “Kelly does a great job for us serving and passing,” Clark said. “She’s one of the best passers on the team. She can step in at any time and solidify are serve receive and pass well for us. She’s definitely a step ahead now than she was last year as a freshman.” DUO RETURNS AT MIDDLE BLOCKER In 10 seasons under Clark, the Bulldogs have made their blocking game a priority. Butler has had success in the middle for several years, and that tradition appears

to continue thanks to a quartet of skilled blockers on this year’s team. Butler returns two middle blocker starters from last season in junior Maureen Bamiro and senior Jalesa Lee. Both players give the Dawgs size, athleticism and experience in the middle. Bamiro led the team and ranked fifth in the Horizon League with 1.06 blocks per set last year. “Maureen has grown so much as a player. She’s gotten incredibly better every year and this year will be no different for her,” Clark said. “She was in great shape and looked good in the preseason.” In addition to her blocking, Bamiro also packs a punch as a hitter. She finished third on the team last season with 2.12 kills per set and had 10 matches with 10 or more kills. “She can be dominant at the net,” Clark said. “The biggest improvement she’s made from last year to this year has been her attacking ability. She has more weapons in her arsenal and we believe she’ll be more of an offensive threat for us.” Lee returns after starting 33 of the team’s 35 matches last season. She was second on the team with 72 blocks last year and was one of the squad’s most efficient hitters. The 6-2 Indianapolis native hit .307 for the season while averaging 1.41 kills per set. In Horizon League play, she hit a sterling .317 and averaged 0.64 blocks per set. “Being a senior, this is a make-or-break year for Jalesa,” Clark said. “She has battled some knee injuries and surgeries in the past, but we’ve been pleasantly surprised with her progress. Despite the injuries, her arm swing is quick as lightning and she’s fun to watch when she gets going.” Other players who may see playing time at middle blocker include freshmen Claire Randich, Harbison and senior utility player Susan Lester. Like Harbison, Randich is a versatile player who can go on the outside or in the middle. The 6-0 freshman played for a powerhouse program at Joliet Catholic Academy in Joliet, Ill. “Claire is a really nice addition. The nice thing about her is that she played with (sophomore setter) Gina Vera in high school so they have an automatic chemistry. She plays without fear.”

Katie Daprile, who set a single-season record with 556 digs in 2009, enters her senior season ranking sixth in Butler history in digs.

Lester joins the volleyball program after a decorated four-year basketball career for Butler. The 6-2 grad student who was a volleyball standout in high school scored 1,275 career points and was an All-Horizon League performer. The Bulldogs are hoping that basketball success transfers over to the volleyball

court. “Susan’s the ultimate role player for us. She has a knack for playing volleyball,” Clark said. “She can play multiple positions, which is what we need. Having played basketball, she is very seasoned and we can depend on her to go out there and compete. As a hitter, she is very physical and can pack a punch.” DAPRILE RETURNS AT LIBERO Much like outside hitter, setter and middle blocker, Butler boasts a returning starter at the libero position. Senior Katie Daprile returns for her third season of wearing the opposite colored jersey. The Bargersville, Ind., native has enjoyed a tremendous career at Butler and owns the school’s top two single-season marks for digs. She broke her own school record with 556 digs last season. After repairing an injured shoulder, Daprile appears to be on track for another record-breaking campaign. “Getting her back to full strength has been important for us. It didn’t take long for her to get her form passing and her defense to get back to where she is,” Clark said. “Her presence on the court and her command of our serve receive have been there for us instantly. She’s a fierce competitor and we believe she can be the top libero in our league.” Butler has two freshmen who will work behind Daprile and gain experience playing libero in college. Maureen Nesbit and Alli Norris come to Butler and will gain a year of experience in Butler’s system. Nesbit was an honorable mention all-state player on a very successful Althoff Catholic team in Belleville, Ill. “Maureen has a lot of potential. We’re excited to have her and see her develop,” Clark said. “She’ll be a player to watch in the future.” Norris was an all-state and UnderArmour American Top 100 performer at Carmel High School just north of Indianapolis. She played on the same high school team as Harbison. “Alli comes to Butler with good skills and good training,” Clark said. “We want to see her get physically stronger just to maintain through the season.” CHALLENGING SCHEDULE FEATURES 13 TILTS AT HOME Butler is playing a pair of early tournaments that will feature top-notch competition before hosting a fourteam invitational at Hinkle Fieldhouse in September. BU travels to Baylor and Arizona the first two weekends of the season and will have seven matches under its belt before hosting UNC-Wilmington, Army and Xavier Sept. 10-11. The Bulldogs open at home Tuesday, Aug. 31 vs. crosstown opponent Marian University. In all, Butler has 13 home matches. The Horizon League’s regular season champion will host the league tournament Nov. 18-21. The tournament champion earns the league’s automatic bid into the NCAA Volleyball Championship.

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Head Coach Sharon Clark Sharon

CLARK

• Head Coach • 11th Season at Butler • 18th Season as a head coach • 258 Career Wins • California State-Sacramento, 1989

The Butler volleyball program continues to thrive under the guidance of head coach Sharon Clark, who begins her 11th season with the Bulldogs and 18th season as a collegiate coach in 2010. During her time at Butler, Clark has made a habit of developing some of the top talent in the Horizon League. Seven Bulldog players have been named to the conference all-newcomer team in the past five seasons. Meanwhile, the team has steadily risen to the top half of the league standings. Clark’s 2009 Butler squad was one of her best. Butler went 21-14 - including a 9-0 mark at home - and claimed a regular season tourney championship at IPFW. The total of 21 wins was the program’s highest mark since 1997. Another milestone for Clark came during the 2009 season, when the coach picked up her 250th career victory. She enters the 2010 campaign with 156 victories at Butler, 13 shy of the school record. The 2008 Bulldogs finished the year with 19 wins - the school’s most since 2003 - and ended up just one set shy of reaching the Horizon League Championship match for the 10th time in program history. Clark enters the season with a 258-253 record in 17 seasons as a head coach and a 156-145 slate in 10 seasons with Butler, including a 75-69 mark against league foes. A proven recruiter and developer of talent, Clark has coached a pair of All-Americans during her tenure, including current outside hitter Jessica Wolfe, an honorable mention selection in 2009. Former BU great Areal Bienemy was named as an AVCA All-America honorable mention selection in 2003 before repeating the honor in 2004. Additionally, Clark has coached 13 All-Horizon League players and 10 all-newcomer team honorees during her time at Butler. The Bulldogs have advanced to the league tournament semifinals five times in Clark’s 10 seasons, including a break-out 2000 team that finished with an 18-12 record and a second-place finish at the tournament in her first season. The 2003 squad put together the most successful season under Clark with a 20-12 overall record, finishing the season ranked fourth in the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) Midwest region and 55th nationally, according to RPI rankings. That campaign was followed by a 12-2 Horizon League mark in 2004, the best record since the 1997 season.

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committees and numerous NCAA educational programs. She serves as the Horizon League representative for the AVCA Head Coaches Committee, is a co-chair of the AVCA Minority Coaches Clinic and serves on the Butler University Human Resources and Organizational Development committee. Additionally, she has been a facilitator at the NCAA Career in Sports Forum. She also sits on several national advisory boards and works as a Cadre with the USA Volleyball Coaching Accreditation Program (CAP), where she helps new coaches to become more educated and acclimated in the coaching field. Clark is a 2005 graduate of the NCAA’s Women Coaches Academy, which was created to enhance the skills and perspectives of women coaches and to aid in the retention of women coaches in intercollegiate athletics. The program, just in its fourth year, included 26 coaches at Clark’s June 2005 session at Emory University in Atlanta. A former winner of the NCAA Ethnic Minority Postgraduate Scholarship, Clark also co-founded Club Sacramento, a junior volleyball team, in 1985. She coached the team for eight years, including a sixth-place finish in the 1991 Junior Olympics. In 2007, she was honored with the Sam Lacy Pioneer Award, presented by the sports task force of the National Association of Black Journalists, for her success and leadership as an NCAA head coach and member of the AVCA. Clark graduated with a bachelor’s of science degree in physical education from California State-Sacramento in 1989 and received her master’s degree in sports administration from her alma mater in 1994. She and her husband, Tim, have a son, Myles Oliver.

The 2006 season was a memorable one for Clark, as the Bulldog coach registered her 200th career victory with a thrilling 3-2 win over Evansville before notching her 100th Butler win in a 3-0 sweep at Youngstown State. Clark came to Butler after serving as the head coach at the University of California-Davis for six seasons. Her tenure with the Aggies was filled with success, as her teams averaged more than 16 wins per season and claimed two Northern California Athletic Conference titles to earn appearances in the NCAA Division II Championship. In addition, 90 percent of her student-athletes graduated, proving her commitment to both sides of the term “student-athlete.” Clark racked up a 97-85 (.533) record in six years at UC-Davis. The 1996 team was her most successful group, boasting a 21-11 overall record and a dominant 11-1 mark in league play as the Aggies won their second Northern California Athletic Conference (NCAC) title in three seasons and made a return trip to the NCAA Division II Tournament. The Aggies’ successful 1996 campaign earned Clark her second Coach of the Year Year School honor from the NCAC. She was also hon2009 Butler ored as the Tachikara/AVCA Southwest Re2008 Butler gion Coach of the Year and was nominated 2007 Butler for national coach of the year honors. Clark began her head coaching career 2006 Butler at Humboldt State in Arcata, Calif., where 2005 Butler she spent a year before moving to UC- 2004 Butler Davis. 2003 Butler Prior to that, she served as an as2002 Butler sistant coach and recruiting coordinator 2001 Butler at her alma mater Cal State-Sacramento from 1990-92, helping the Hornets to a 41-6 2000 Butler record in 1990 and an NCAA Division II Butler (10 years) quarterfinals appearance. In its first NCAA 1999 UC-Davis Division I season, the team posted a 20-13 1998 UC-Davis record and a trip to the National Invitational 1997 UC-Davis Volleyball Championship. 1996 UC-Davis Clark’s collegiate volleyball journey 1995 UC-Davis began at Cal State-Sacramento, where she played from 1985-88. Playing in 228 games 1994 UC-Davis over four years, she helped the Hornets to UC Davis (6 years) the NCAA Division II playoffs in each of her 1993 Humboldt State four seasons. Humboldt State (1 year) In addition to her work on the college Career (17 years) sidelines, Clark is involved with several

Coach Clark - By the Numbers Overall 21-14 .600 19-11 .633 14-15 .483 8-22 .267 11-16 .407 18-10 .643 20-12 .625 15-20 .429 12-13 .480 18-12 .600 156-145 .518 13-18 .419 16-12 .570 14-19 .424 21-11 .656 19-13 .594 14-12 .538 97-85 .532 5-23 .179 5-23 .179 258-253 .505

Conference 10-6 .625 8-8 .500 7-9 .438 3-11 .214 6-8 .429 12-2 .857 9-5 .643 7-7 .500 6-8 .429 7-5 .583 75-69 .521 6-16 .273 12-10 .545 5-7 .417 11-1 .917 9-3 .750 10-2 .857 53-39 .576 3-9 .250 3-9 .250 128-106 .547

The Coaching Staff Jeff

Nina

• Assistant Coach • Second Season at Butler • Butler, 2009

GETZ

• Assistant Coach • Recruiting Coordinator • First Season at Butler • Lewis, 2002

Jeff Getz, a former assistant coach at Miami (Ohio) and Evansville, begins his second season as assistant coach for the Butler volleyball team in 2010. A native of St. Louis, Getz’s primary responsibilities will be recruiting and defensive systems training. Butler enjoyed one of its finest seasons in recent years during Getz’s first year. The Bulldogs went 21-14 in 2009, including a 9-0 mark at Hinkle Fieldhouse. BU was 10-6 in the Horizon League. Getz came to Butler after spending the 2008 season as an assistant at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. There, he helped the RedHawks to a 21-12 overall record and an at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament. Prior to his time at Miami, Getz spent six seasons at the University of Evansville working under head coach Mike Swan. As a recruiting and scouting assistant, he helped the Purple Aces increase their offensive totals from 12.49 kills per game in 2003 to just over 14 in 2006. He also helped the team improve from 13.26 digs per game in 2003 to 18.32 digs per game three years later While with Evansville, Getz worked with 2006 and 2007 Missouri Valley Conference Libero of the Year, Julie Walroth, who ended her career with 2,095 digs, ranking 11th in NCAA history. In 2006, he also helped Evansville make its first MVC Tournament appearance since 2000. Prior to Evansville, Getz spent one season at Morehead State where the Eagles finished in second place in the Ohio Valley Conference and ranked second in the nation in digs per game. Getz was a contributing member for four years with Lewis volleyball. He helped lay the ground work for Lewis’ 2003 national championship team, leading the Flyers to a 93-34 overall record during his tenure. As a freshman at Lewis, Getz helped the Flyers reach the Final Four, finishing with a 25-9 record. Getz capped his four-year career by totaling 252 kills, 130 digs and a .290 hitting percentage as a senior. An outstanding student as well, Getz graduated with a 3.6 GPA from Lewis and was a member of the Dean’s List all four years. For his success, he received the Brother David Delanhanty Student Athlete Award. He was also named to the athletic honor roll all four years as well. Getz graduated from Lewis with a bachelor of arts in athletic training in 2002.

Steven

Brittany

• Manager • Fourth Season • Butler, 2011

• Student Assistant • Fourth Season • Butler, 2011

PEEK

HARRY

INIC

After a four-year playing career with the Bulldogs, Nina Inic is in her second year on the Butler volleyball coaching staff. After serving as director of operations last year, she has been promoted to assistant coach. A native of Belgrade, Serbia, Inic totaled 1,102 digs as a member of the Bulldogs while recording four of the top single-match totals in program history - including a career-best 40 during the 2006 season that ranks as the third-most ever. Inic enjoyed her best collegiate season as a junior in 2007, ranking sixth in the Horizon League with 4.44 digs per game and playing as the team’s regular libero. She also excelled in the classroom, earning a spot on the Academic AllHorizon League Volleyball Team in two seasons. She was also a CoSIDA/ ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District honoree as a sophomore in 2006. Inic graduated from Butler in the spring of 2009 with a degree in finance.

Dawn

JONES

• Assistant Coach • First Season at Butler • Delaware State, 2007

Dawn Jones begins her first season with the Butler volleyball program in 2009 as a graduate assistant coach. She brings coaching experience from the Division I and club levels, as well as a decorated high school and collegiate playing career. Jones comes to Butler after spending the past two years as a sixth grade teacher at St. Anastasia Catholic School in Fort Pierce, Fla. During that time, she served as the club director and head coach for the 16U Rampage Juniors club team. Prior to entering the teaching field, Jones served as a student assistant coach for her alma mater Delaware State during the 2006 season while also serving as head coach of the Central Delaware Volleyball Club. She earned her first coaching position in 2004 as the head coach of the Indian River Juniors Volleyball Club. In just two seasons at Delaware State, the former Dawn Alford finished as the program’s career record holder with 2,190 assists. As the Hornets’ starting setter both years, she went on to tally the top-two single-season assist totals in school history, posting 1,122 in 2004 before notching 1,068 in 2005. Her 285 digs in 2004 also rank sixth all-time. Jones’ performance both on the court and in the classroom garnered her Academic All-Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Team honors in 2004 and 2005. Before moving to Delaware State, Jones spent two seasons at Indian River Community College, where she was tabbed to the all-conference freshman team in 2002 and all-conference second team in 2003. Jones received her Bachelor’s Degree in Middle School Education from Delaware State in 2007 after earning an Associate’s Degree from Indian River.

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Maureen Bamiro MAUREEN

BAMIRO • 15

• Junior • 6-2 • Middle Blocker • Kalamazoo, Mich. • Central High School • Dead Frogs Volleyball Club

2009 - Sophomore Season: Started all 35 matches at middle blocker...led team and ranked fifth in the Horizon League with 1.06 blocks per set...finished third on the team with 2.12 kills per set...had 10 outings with doubledigit kills...posted 13 kills and three block assists at Marquette (Sept. 4)...had six blocks and hit .455 vs. Utah State (Sept. 18)...recorded career-high 10 blocks vs. Cleveland State (Sept. 25)...had nine kills and nine blocks vs. Wright State (Sept. 26)...posted 11 kills and seven blocks vs. UIC (Nov. 7). 2008 - Freshman Season: Started in 26 of 29 matches played while seeing action in 103 sets...finished third on the squad and eighth in the conference with 0.93 blocks per contest...averaged 1.73 points per set...sixth on the team with 1.21 kills per game and a .232 hitting percentage...season-high 14 kills against Milwaukee on Nov. 22...recorded a career-best eight total blocks against Loyola (Nov. 21). At Kalamazoo Central High School: Two-year member of the all-region and all-conference teams...three-year varsity letterwinner as a middle blocker...team captain...coached by Rilee Goetz...also lettered three seasons on the basketball team...team captain...member of the Honor Roll for three years. Personal: Born Oct. 11, 1990...daughter of Margaret Bamiro...undecided on a major.

Bamiro’s Career Highs

Year 2008 2009 Total

MP 29 35 64

SP 103 124 227

Maureen Bamiro’s Career Stats

K 125 263 388

E 49 89 138

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Att 328 655 983

Pct. .232 .266 .254

A 1 10 11

SA SE 0 4 0 0 0 4

RE 2 1 3

DIG 19 35 54

BS 10 21 31

BA TB 86 96 111 132 197 228

Kills 14, vs. Milwaukee (11/22/08) Hitting Pct. .857 (6-0-7), vs. Marian (9/3/08) Assists 1 (11x), last vs. Milwaukee (11/14/09) Service Aces 0 Digs 5 (2x), last vs. Cleveland State (11/14/08) Block Solos 3 (3x), last vs. Indiana State (10/28/09) Block Assists 10, vs. Cleveland State (9/25/09) Total Blocks 10, vs. Cleveland State (9/25/09)

Maureen Bamiro

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Katie Daprile Katie

DAPRILE • 7

• Senior • 5-11 • Libero • Bargersville, Ind. • Center Grove High School • Circle City Volleyball Club

* Ranks 6th in Butler history in career digs * 2007 Horizon League All-Newcomer Team * Two-time Horizon League Defensive Player of the Week 2009 - Junior Season: Broke her own school single-season record with 556 digs...placed fifth in the Horizon League with 4.48 digs per set...ranked sixth in the league in service aces (0.28)...played in all 124 sets...had 19 matches with 15 or more digs, with nine efforts of 20 or more...named all-tournament at IPFW on Aug. 29... selected Horizon League Defensive Player of the Week on Oct. 19...recorded 24 digs at IUPUI (Sept. 9)...posted 27 digs at Winthrop (Sept. 12)...had 26 digs at Kent State (Sept. 19)...posted season-high 31 digs in win over Cleveland State (Sept. 25)...had 27 digs and three service aces in 3-0 win over Youngstown State (Oct. 17)... totaled 25 digs at Wright State (Oct. 23)...had 27 digs in league tournament vs. UIC (Nov. 20). 2008 - Sophomore Season: Set the Butler single-season record with 541 digs...finished fourth in the Horizon League with 4.62 digs per contest...one of three players to appear in all 117 games...started in two matches... finished tied for second on the team with 23 service aces and a .905 percentage...boasted a team-high .962 reception percentage among players with over 100 attempts...second on the team with 75 assists while dishing an average of 0.64 per set...career-high of 36 digs at Youngstown State on Nov. 1...named the Horizon League’s Defensive Player of the Week on Nov. 3... had double-figure digs in 27 matches, including 22 in a row from Sept. 5 to Nov. 7. 2007 - Freshman Season: One of the team’s top all-around players in her rookie season, ranking second with 338 digs, third with 110 assists and fourth with 253 kills...named to the Horizon League All-Newcomer team... one of only two players to see action in all 111 of the team’s games...totaled eight double-doubles on the year, the third-most on the team...recorded double-digit digs in 20 matches during the year...boasted double-figure kill totals in 10 matches, including a season-high 20 at Loyola (Oct. 2)...came one assist shy of her first career triple-double at Green Bay on Sept. 22, notching 15 kills, 19 digs and a season-high nine assists...also fell a block short of a triple-double against Green Bay (Nov. 9) with 19 kills, 27 digs and nine total blocks...her 27 digs against the Phoenix were a season-high...recorded a season-best .412 hitting percentage (7-0-17) at West Virginia. High School: Named second-team all-state her senior year...member of the all-county and all-conference squads...tabbed as the team’s Best Defensive Player three years...helped her team to county and sectional championships all four seasons, as well as conference titles in three...squad boasted a 27-3 record her senior season...coached by Deb McClurg. Personal: Born Feb. 17, 1989...daughter of Phil and Angie Daprile...older sister, Dana, played on the Butler volleyball team (2005-08)...also has a brother, Phil...exploratory major.

Year 2007 2008 2009 Total

MP 29 30 35 94

SP 111 117 124 352

K 253 13 64 330

Katie Daprile’s Career Stats E 103 10 38 151

Att 804 94 272 1170

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Pct. A .187 110 .032 75 .096 70 .153 255

SA 30 23 35 88

SE 47 42 38 127

RE DIG BS 30 338 5 38 541 0 20 556 4 88 1435 9

BA 60 1 5 66

TB 65 1 9 75

Daprile’s Career Highs

Kills 20, at Loyola (10/2/07) Hitting Pct. .444 (6-2-9), vs. Binghamton (9/5/09) Assists 9, at Green Bay (9/22/07) Service Aces 5, vs. Robert Morris (9/18/09) Digs 36, at Youngstown State (11/1/08) Block Solos 2, at Miami (Fla.) (8/25/07) Block Assists 8, vs. Green Bay (11/9/07) Total Blocks 9, vs. Green Bay (11/9/07)

Katie Daprile

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Kelly Hunter Kelly

HUNTER • 1

• Sophomore • 5-8 • Setter • Richmond, Ind. • Richmond High School • Borderline Volleyball Club

2009 - Freshman Season: Played in 32 matches and 88 sets as team’s secondary setter...owner of one of team’s best serves...had 17 assists and six service aces on the year...totaled career-best seven digs in win at Chicago State (Sept. 3)...handed out career-best 13 assists in win over NC Central (Sept. 11). High School: A three-time first-team all-conference honoree, earning the distinction as a sophomore, junior and senior...tabbed the Palladium-Item Player of the Year in 2007...named a Wayne County Tobacco-Free Athlete Role Model in 2008-09...two-year team captain...coached by Andrea VanMeter...member of the Honor Roll all four years. Personal: Born September 20, 1990...daughter of Patrice Hunter...elementary education major.

Hunter’s Career Highs

Year 2009 Total

MP 20 67

SP 51 178

K 27 130

Kelly Hunter’s Career Stats E 12 71

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Att 90 529

Pct. .167 .112

A 9 41

SA SE 5 11 25 49

RE 0 26

DIG BS 44 0 240 4

BA 16 64

TB 16 68

Kills 1, vs. Austin Peay (9/4/09) Hitting Pct. .500 (1-0-2), vs. Austin Peay (9/4/09) Assists 13, vs. NC Central (9/11/09) Service Aces 1 (6x), last at Wright State State (10/23/09) Digs 7, at Chicago State (9/3/09) Block Solos 0 Block Assists 0 Total Blocks 0

Susan Lester Susan

LESTER • 14

• Senior • 6-2 • Utility Player • Anderson, Ind. • Pendleton Heights High School

NOTE: Playing volleyball as fifth-year senior...played four seasons on Butler women’s basketball team. * 2010 Horizon League Sixth Player of the Year * 2010 Horizon League Championship All-Tournament Team Career: Finished 10th in BU history with 1,275 career points...stands 4th on school’s all-time list in rebounds with 781...finished 4th in 3-point attempts (413) and 5th in 3-pointers made (139)...stands 7th in school history in free throw percentage (.809)... one of six players in BU history with 1,200 points and 700 rebounds in a career. 2009-10 - Senior Season: Selected first team preseason All-Horizon League...2010 Horizon League Sixth Player of the Year... named to 2010 Horizon League Championship all-tournament team...named to Cancun Thanksgiving Class all-tourney team... scored in double figures 13 times...had 11 outings with at least seven rebounds...had double-double with 16 points and 14 boards vs. IPFW (Nov. 18)...scored 16 points vs. Northern Iowa in Cancun (Nov. 27)...tallied 18 points in 19 minutes of action in league tourney vs. Wright State (March 10)...scored 20 points with seven rebounds and hit three 3-pointers in league semifinal win against Detroit (March 12)...had 10 points and eight rebounds in league title game vs. Cleveland State (March 14). 2008-09 - Junior Season: Named preseason All-Horizon League second team...two-time Horizon League Player of the Week (Jan. 26 and Feb. 16)...third on the team and 20th in the Horizon League with 10.2 points per game...tied for third in the Horizon League with 2.5 offensive rebounds per contest...her 6.0 rebounds per contest were second on the team...netted 16 doubledigit scoring games, including three with 20 or more points...posted two double-doubles...added three games with double-digit rebounding...became the first Butler player to score 30 points in a game since 2001, totaling a career-best 31 points and tying her career-high with five 3-pointers against Valparaiso (Jan. 23)...her scoring total was six points shy of the Butler single-game record and tied for the second-most scored off the bench in Division I during the season. 2007-08 - Sophomore Season: Finished the year as the team’s leading and the Horizon League’s second-leading rebounder with 7.3 boards per contest...was also the team’s top long range threat, totaling 48 three pointers on the year...ranked 10th in the league with 1.60 treys per game and a .384 three-point percentage (48-for-125)...led the team and placed seventh in the conference with an .826 free throw percentage (95-of-115)...her 44 steals led the squad...ranked second on the team and 13th in the conference with 12.7 points per game...posted nine double-doubles on the year...finished with 20 double-figure scoring games, including five with 20 or more points...her 29 points scored at Cleveland State on March 1 were a career-best and a single-game high on the team during the year...led the team in rebounding in 19 contests and scoring in nine. 2006-07 - Freshman Season: Named to the Horizon League’s All-Newcomer Team...paced the team with 6.6 rebounds per game and ranked third with 9.6 points per game...led all Horizon League newcomers and ranked second overall with nine double-doubles, including six in league play...registered double-digit point totals in 13 games and double-digit rebound totals in 10...notched a career-high 24 points on 8-of-20 shooting and 12 rebounds in her first-career start at Ohio (Nov. 26)...tied her season-best point total with 24 points on 9-of-17 shooting and added 13 rebounds at Loyola (Feb. 8)...tallied a .415 shooting percentage from the field, the second-best mark on the team...finished third on the team with 32 three-pointers made. Personal: Born Feb. 22, 1988...daughter of Bill and Pauline Lester...graduated in May 2010 with an elementary education major...enrolled in graduate school at Butler. Total Year GP-GS Min/Avg FG-FGA Pct 2006-07 30-17 616/20.5 103-248 .415 2007-08 30-27 804/26.8 119-285 .418 2008-09 32-14 769/24.0 117-284 .412 2009-10 31-6 716/23.1 96-229 .419 Total 123-64 2905/23.6 435-1046 .416

3-Point FG-FGA 32-86 48-125 38-127 21-75 139-413

Susan Lester’s Basketball Stats Pct .372 .384 .299 .280 .337

FT-FTA 49-64 95-115 54-69 68-81 266-329

Rebounds Pct Off-Def Tot Avg PF-FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts/Avg .766 80-119 199 6.6 61-0 32 40 4 29 287/9.6 .826 57-162 219 7.3 63-2 38 75 15 44 381/12.7 .783 80-111 191 6.0 73-0 43 40 9 48 326/10.2 .840 63-109 172 5.5 72-1 42 55 8 34 281/9.1 .809 280-501 781 6.3 269-3 155 210 36 155 1275/10.4

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Jalesa Lee Jalesa

LEE • 2

• Senior • 6-2 • Middle Blocker • Indianapolis, Ind. • Perry Meridian High School • Circle City Volleyball Club

2009 - Junior Season: Played in all 35 matches, starting 33...ranked second on the team in blocks (72) and blocks per set (0.63)...finished season with a .307 hitting percentage and 1.41 kills per set...averaged 0.64 blocks per set in Horizon League play...hit .317 with 1.62 kills in league matches...posted 10 kills, three blocks and three digs in win over Eastern Illinois (Aug. 29)...tied season high with 12 kills and added four blocks at IUPUI (Sept. 9)...had season highs of 12 kills and seven blocks in win over Cleveland State (Sept. 25)...recorded seven kills and five blocks in win at Wright State (Oct. 23). 2008 - Sophomore Season: Ranked seventh in the Horizon League with 0.94 blocks per game...totaled 75 total blocks...finished tied for the team lead with a .284 hitting percentage and fifth with 1.29 kills per game...averaged 1.40 kills and 0.80 blocks per contest during league matches...named the Horizon League’s Defensive Player of the Week on Sept. 15 after totaling 26 blocks for an average of 1.62 per game in four matches...registered seven kills and a career-best 10 block assists against UMES (Sept. 12)...finished with five or more total blocks in eight matches, including six-straight from Sept. 12-27...notched a career-high 13 kills against Green Bay (Oct. 24)... hit .750 against Milwaukee (Oct. 26), knocking down six kills on eight attempts without an error. 2007 - Freshman Season: Finished second on the team and sixth in the league with 1.12 blocks per game... totaled 112 put-backs on the year...posted 1.26 blocks per game in league matches...started in 22 of 27 contests on the year...ranked sixth on the team with 1.03 kills per game...had five or more blocks in 11 matches...finished a block short of a double-double with a season-best 11 kills and nine blocks against Loyola on Nov. 3...also had nine blocks at UIC on Oct. 3...registered eight blocks without an error twice, coming at Loyola on Oct. 2 and at Valparaiso on Oct. 19. High School: All-state honorable mention as a senior...three-year letterwinner in volleyball, starting all three seasons...led the team in blocks and kills before ending her season prior to sectionals due to injury...her club team was ranked in the top-10 nationally in her final two years, including fifth as a junior and ninth as a senior... squad qualified for nationals her senior year...also earned three letters in track in the high jump...won conference and sectional championships as a freshman and sophomore...finished third at regionals and 11th at state as a freshman, earning the highest finish for a freshman at the tournament...named team MVP her sophomore season.

Lee’s Career Highs

Personal: Born Dec. 28, 1988...daughter of Jacquline Lee...marketing major.

Year 2007 2008 2009 Total

MP 27 24 35 86

SP 100 80 115 295

K 103 103 162 368

Jalesa Lee’s Career Stats E 51 32 50 133

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Att 314 250 365 929

Pct. .166 .284 .307 .253

A 5 9 8 22

SA SE 1 7 1 6 0 4 2 17

RE 1 2 2 5

DIG BS 21 7 23 4 23 9 67 20

BA TB 105 112 71 75 63 72 269 259

Kills 13, vs. Green Bay (10/24/08) Hitting Pct. .750 (6-0-8), at Milwaukee (9/26/08) Assists 2 (3x), last vs. Utah State (9/18/09) Service Aces 1 (2x), last vs. Milwaukee (10/25/08) Digs 6, vs. Marian (9/3/08) Block Solos 2 (4x), last at IUPUI (9/9/09) Block Assists 10, vs. UMES (9/12/08) Total Blocks 10, vs. UMES (9/12/08)

Jalesa Lee

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Gina Vera Gina

VERA • 3

• Sophomore • 5-8 • Setter • Joliet, Ill. • Joliet Catholic Academy • UNO Volleyball Club

2009 - Freshman Season: Named to Horizon League All-Newcomer Team...started at setter in all 35 matches... ranked 44th in NCAA and second in the Horizon League with 10.79 assists per set...ranked second among league’s setters in blocks...had 37 assists at IPFW (Aug. 28)...totaled 33 assists and 12 digs vs. Kent State (Aug. 29)... recorded 47 assists at Marquette (Sept. 4)...posted 61 assists and 12 digs at IUPUI (Sept. 9)...had 54 assists and 11 digs vs. Cleveland State (Sept. 25)...recorded 35 assists and 10 digs vs. Milwaukee (Oct. 6)...totaled 47 assists, 10 digs and six blocks at Wright State (Oct. 23)...finished with 53 assists and 16 digs vs. Loyola (Nov. 6)...recorded 54 assists in Horizon League Championship vs. UIC (Nov. 20). High School: Earned All-American honors as a senior in 2008...also named to the all-state team in 2006 and 2008...Herald News Player of the Year in 2008...two-time all-conference and three-time all-area team member... named the Player of the Game at the state championship in 2008...team captain as a junior and senior...holds the school-record with 1,631 career assists, including the single-season mark of 945 as a senior in 2008...three-year letterwinner...helped her high school team to the 3A state championship in 2008...guided team to a third-place showing at state in 2006 and to the elite eight in 2007...team claimed three conference championships during her tenure...coached by Chris Scheibe...also played club volleyball for the Uno Volleyball Club...named to the AllAmerican Team during the 2007-08 season as the team finished fifth in the nation...squad also placed 15th in the country during the 2008-09 campaign... Vice President of the National Spanish Honor Society...also a member of the National Honor Society and the National Art Honor Society...Key Club President...member of the Honor Roll. Personal: Born March, 1, 1991...daughter of Dan and Cathy Vera...plans to major in international business management and minor in Spanish.

Vera’s Career Highs

Year 2009 Total

MP 35 35

SP 124 124

K 112 112

Gina Vera’s Career Stats E 37 37

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Att 338 338

Pct. A .222 1338 .222 1338

SA SE 26 33 26 33

RE 1 1

DIG BS 272 4 272 4

BA 61 61

TB 65 65

Kills 7, at Youngstown State (9/17/09) Hitting Pct. .625 (5-0-8), vs. Robert Morris (9/18/09) Assists 61, at IUPUI (9/9/09) Service Aces 3 (2x), last at Wright State (10/23/09) Digs 16 (2x), last vs. UIC (11/20/09) Block Solos 1 (4x), last vs. Youngstown State (10/17/09) Block Assists 7, vs. Wright State (9/26/09) Total Blocks 7, vs. Wright State (9/26/09)

Gina Vera

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Jessica Wolfe Jessica

WOLFE • 9

• Senior • 6-2 • Outside Hitter • Plainfield, Ind. • Plainfield High School • Circle City Volleyball Club

* 3-time All-Horizon League Honoree * AVCA Midwest All-Region * AVCA Honorable Mention All-American 2009 - JUNIOR SEASON: AVCA Honorable Mention All-American...selected to AVCA Midwest All-Region Team... named to All-Horizon League Team...ranked 47th in nation and led Horizon League with 4.01 kills per set...ranked 44th in nation and led Horizon League with 4.62 points per set...finished third in league with 0.30 aces per set... named tournament MVP at IPFW (Aug. 28-29)...member of all-tourney teams at Marquette and Winthrop...had 14 double-doubles and 15 matches with at least 16 kills...had 19 kills and hit .515 at Chicago State (Sept. 3)...posted 19 kills at Marquette (Sept. 4)...recorded career-high 29 kills with 18 digs at IUPUI (Sept. 9)...totaled 17 kills and 16 digs at Kent State (Sept. 19)...had 18 kills and 11 digs vs. Cleveland State (Sept. 25)...posted 20 kills and 10 digs at Loyola (Oct. 11)...recorded 19 kills vs. Valparaiso (Oct. 30)...had 22 kills at Milwaukee (Nov. 14)...had 19 kills and 15 digs in Horizon League Championships vs. UIC (Nov. 20). 2008 – SOPHOMORE SEASON: Named to All-Horizon League Team…led the team and ranked fourth in the Horizon League with 3.24 kills per contest…ranked fifth in the league with 3.70 points per set…a member of the Sun Bowl Invitational All-Tournament Team, Owls Challenge All-Tournament Team and Buffalo Ramada Invitational All-Tournament Team…started in 28 of the 30 games while seeing action in all 117 sets…was second on the squad with 355 digs… fourth on the team with 45 assists while averaging 0.38 per set…had 14 service aces on the year…finished tied for the team lead with 13 double-doubles in kills and digs…registered double-figure kills in 24 matches and double-figure digs in 16…tallied a season-best 20 digs three times…recorded a season-best 20 kills against IUPUI on Sept. 16. 2007 – FRESHMAN SEASON: Named to the Horizon League All-Newcomer Team…started in 28 of the team’s 29 matches, appearing in 110 games…ranked third on the squad with 2.66 kills per game and fourth with 2.58 digs per game…recorded 29 kills against Youngstown State on Sept. 14, the most for a Butler player in 2007 and tied for the sixth-highest single-match total in school history…had double-figure kill totals in 15 matches and double-digit digs in 14…finished tied for third on the team with eight double-doubles on the year…named to the West Virginia Volleyball Classic all-tournament team after averaging 3.7 kills per game in three matches. AT PLAINFIELD HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year letterwinner as an outside hitter and defensive specialist at Plainfield (Ind.) High School…tabbed as the Metro West Player of the Year and to the First Indiana Super Team as a senior in 2006…named to the all-conference team and to the Metro West Team in her final three seasons...earned team MVP distinction as a sophomore, junior and senior and team captain honors as a junior and senior…helped her team to three conference championships, a pair of county championships and a sectional title…coached by Roxanne Chapman and Jen Pearson…also lettered four years in basketball and three in track…earned all-state honors in basketball her senior year…named to the all-conference, all-county and Metro West teams all four years…tabbed as the team’s MVP all four years…holds several school records…team earned county championships in 2005 and 2006 and a sectional title in 2006…competed in the long jump with the track team, qualifying for regionals all three seasons…member of the National Honor Society…graduated 20th in her class. PERSONAL: Born Oct. 14, 1988…daughter of Jud Wolfe and Cathy Wines…double major in international business management and French. Year 2007 2008 2009 Total

MP 29 30 35 94

SP 110 117 124 351

Jessica Wolfe’s Career Stats

K 293 379 497 1169

E 141 145 162 448

Att 957 1180 1348 3485

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Pct. A .159 36 .198 45 .249 28 .207 109

SA 29 14 37 80

SE 30 46 53 129

RE 16 35 31 82

DIG BS 284 7 355 6 340 7 979 20

BA TB 54 61 68 74 64 71 186 206

Wolfe’s Career Highs

Kills 29, vs. Youngstown State (9/14/07) Hitting Pct. .462 (14-2-26), vs. East Tennessee State (9/7/07) Assists 6, vs. Green Bay (10/24/08) Service Aces 4, vs. Wright State (10/26/07) Digs 23, at UIC (10/3/07) Block Solos 1 (9x), last at Youngstown State (11/1/08) Block Assists 6 (3x), last vs. Loyola (10/11/08) Total Blocks 6 (3x), last vs. Loyola (10/11/08)

Jessica Wolfe

2010 Butler Volleyball • 23

Tade Atanda/Maggie Harbison Tade

ATANDA • 4

• Freshman • 5-7 • Outside Hitter • San Jose, Calif. • Presentation High School • Vision Volleyball Club

*pronounced (Todd-ay Ah-tahn-da) High School: Led Presentation to a 32-8 record and a Top 25 ranking in California as a senior...finished final season with 109 kills and 41 totals blocks... high school coach was Ryan Cooling...played three seasons for Vision Volleyball Club...club coach on Vision 18 Blue was Ron Whitmill...also competed on high school track and field team. Personal: Born March 6, 1992...daughter of Sandra Atanda...undecided on a major.

Maggie

HARBISON • 8

• Freshman • 6-1 • Outside Hitter/Middle Blocker • Carmel, Ind. • Carmel High School • Team Indiana Volleyball Club

High School: Earned four varsity letters at Carmel, setting the single-season and career kills records...named second team IHSVCA All-State and All-North Player of the year as a senior...three-time All-North honoree...served as team captain as a senior...earned all-conference honors as a junior, as well as MVP honors at the Greenfield-Central Volleyball Tournament...named IHSAA Tobacco Free Role Model and was active in the IHSAA’s role model program...led Carmel to state semifinals as a junior...ranked on PrepVolleyball.com’s Sophomore 79 list...high school coach was Bill Bastin...played club volleyball for Team Indiana for director Brian Murray and coach Sara Marshall. Personal: Born January 30, 1992...daughter of John and Katy Harbison...undecided on a major.

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Maureen Nesbit/Alli Norris Maureen

NESBIT • 13

• Freshman • 5-10 • Libero/Outside Hitter • Belleville, Ill. • Althoff Catholic High School • Southwestern Illinois Volleyball Club

High School: Four-year letterwinner and three-time all-conference selection...named ...led Belleville Althoff to a 91-24 record, four city championships and two state tourney appearances...earned all-state honorable mention as a senior...played three seasons for Southwestern Illinois Volleyball Club, and one season each for U17 Team St. Louis and U18 Southern Heat...also was a four-time all-conference and all-area honoree in soccer...helped team win the 2010 IHSA 2A State Championship and a final record of 25-0...scored 35 goals and had 40 assists...played high school volleyball for coach Lisa Orlet and club volleyball for Kendra Forcade. Personal: Born May 29, 1992...daughter of Walter and Jane Nesbit...exploratory studies major.

Alli

NORRIS • 5

• Freshman • 5-7 • Libero • Carmel, Ind. • Carmel High School • Team Indiana Volleyball Club

High School: Three-year letterwinner...named an Indiana All-Star nominee...earned honorable mention all-state and UnderArmour American Top 100 watch list...led team to conference and sectional titles during senior season...led team to state semifinal as a sophomore in 2007...high school coach was Bill Bastin... played six seasons of club volleyball for Team Indiana for director Brian Murray and Chad Steider...served as captain of Team Indiana for four years. Personal: Born Sept. 17, 1991...daughter of Jeff and Lori Norris...exploratory studies major.

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Claire Randich/Casey Sines Claire

RANDICH • 11

• Freshman • 6-0 • Middle Blocker • Joliet, Ill. • Joliet Catholic Academy • Southwestern Illinois Volleyball Club

High School: Three-year letterwinner...led team to a pair of IHSA Class 3A State Championships and an 80-4 record her final two seasons...named first team all-area by the Joliet Herald News as a senior after posting 117 kills, 63 blocks and 32 aces...team went 41-1 in her final high school season...named second team all-area by the Herald News after leading Joliet Catholic to a 39-3 mark...had 140 kills and 80 blocks as a junior...member of National Honor Society and Spanish National Honor Society...Mu Alpha Theta member...high school coach was Christin Scheibe....played club volleyball for Alliance Silver, winning a Central Zone Tournament championship in 2009...played club for director Sue Keck and coach Nic Paquiz. Personal: Born Jan. 24, 1992...daughter of Steve and Ann Randich...communications major.

Casey

SINES • 12

• Junior • 6-2 • Outside Hitter • Grandville, Mich. • Grandville High School • University of Memphis • F.a.R. Out Volleyball Club

*Came to Butler in during 2009-10 school year...will redshirt 2010 season with a shoulder injury. 2008-09 - At Memphis: Played two seasons for University of Memphis...saw action in 26 matches and 83 sets as a sophomore...averaged 0.96 kills and 0.76 blocks per set....played in 22 matches as a freshman, making 16 starts...named to Memphis Invitational All-Tournament Team after hitting .595 with 28 kills in the tourney...totaled 114 kills (1.65 per set)...posted career-high 19 kills and hit .667 vs. Arkansas-Little Rock (Aug. 30)...swatted 15 kills and had six blocks vs. IUPUI (Sept. 5)...had career-best 10 blocks in win over Southern Miss (Oct. 26). High School: Three-year varsity letterwinner...two-time all-conference player..named Grandville’s scholar athlete of the year as a senior in 2008...holds school records for kills and blocks...totaled 420 kills, 380 digs and 152 blocks en route to all-region honors as a senior...voted a Senior Ace on PrepVolleyball.com... played club volleyball for F.a.R.Out Volleyball. Personal: Born Sept. 20, 1990...daughter of Donald and Shari Burland...digital media major.

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Butler All-Americans Areal Bienemy: TWO-TIME AVCA ALL-AMERICAN

Areal Bienemy, a four-year letterwinner with the Bulldogs from 2001-04, holds the distinction of being Butler’s first volleyball All-American. Bienemy received the accolade in both 2003 and 2004. The 6-0 middle blocker was named as an AVCA All-American Honorable Mention in 2003 after tallying 3.18 kills per game and 1.04 blocks per game before repeating the honor in 2004 after averaging 3.89 kpg, 1.28 bpg and 1.23 dpg. Her 371 career blocks are the eighth-most in Butler history.

The Line on Bienemy... Year 2001 2002 2003 2004

Total

MP 20 34 31 28

SP 53 122 121 110

K 106 298 385 428

E Att 59 287 186 763 145 863 169 1,069

Pct. .164 .147 .278 .242

A 5 31 17 15

SA 7 19 21 19

SE RE DIG BS BA 15 16 104 3 12 42 10 191 5 84 50 3 83 22 104 64 4 135 25 116

TB 15 89 126 141

113 406 1,217 559 2,982 .221 68 66 171 33 513 55 316 371

All-American years in italics

Jessica Wolfe: BU’S SECOND AVCA ALL-AMERICAN

Jessica Wolfe became BU’s second AVCA All-American during her junior season in 2009. Wolfe, a three-time All-Horizon League player, was also named all-region as a junior. She led the Horizon League with 4.01 kills and 4.62 points per set. She also ranked among the national leaders, charting 47th in the nation in kills and 45th in points. At one point early in the season, Wolfe was charted seventh in the nation in kills. Wolfe was the only Horizon League player to be named AVCA All-America.

The Line on Wolfe... Year

MP GP

Total

94 351 1169 448 3485 .207 109 80 129 82 979 20 186 206

2007 2008 2009

29 30 35

110 117 124

K

E

293 141 379 145 497 162

Att Pct.

957 1180 1348

.159 .198 .249

A SA SE RE DIG BS BA TB

36 45 28

29 30 14 46 37 53

16 284 35 355 31 340

7 6 7

54 61 68 74 64 71

All-American years in italics

2010 Butler Volleyball • 27

All-Time Roster/Hall of Fame Volleyball Players in the Butler Athletic Hall of Fame

Elizabeth Skinner Class of 1982 Inducted 1998

Beth Piepenbrink Class of 1983 Inducted 1999

Rene Evans Class of 1984 Inducted 2002

Sue Morris Class of 1985 Inducted 2003

Chris DeWell Class of 1986 Inducted 2004

Jill Taylor Class of 1989 Inducted 2005

Christine Essington Class of 1987 Inducted 2007

Jennifer Kintzel Class of 1998 Inducted 2008

Lori Adams Class of 1989 Inducted 2009

All-Time Butler Roster Lori Adams, 1986-89 Debbie Adaschik, 1984 Lori Alexander, 1979-80 Porshia Allen, 2006-09 Christina Alvarado, 1991-92 Jenny Arentz, 1990-93 Melody Austin, 2006-08 Brittany Awai, 2007-09 Laura Baire, 1992-95 Maureen Bamiro, 2008-pres. Barb Basham, 1975 Barb Battista, 1976 Amy Baty, 1982-85 Lori Berkshire, 1975 - Mgr. Aina Berzins, 1975 Areal Bienemy, 2001-04 Chelsea Bishop, 1994-95 Chole’ Blasingame, 2005-08 Rebecca Booher, 1977 Alexis Bowens, 2003 Carol Braden, 1987-90 Lisa Brummond, 1979-82 Megan Buckley, 1981 Kate Burns, 1999 Halston Campagna, 2000-03 Kali Carter, 2001-04 Katie Carter, 1999-2000 - Mgr. Sharon Casper, 1980-83 Denise Cheviron, 1983-85 Beth Christiansen, 1987-90 Sarah Clough, 2001-02

Alicia Coltrane, 2005-2006 Carla Connor, 1986 Allison Cox, 1998-01 Heather Cox, 1994-97 Alyssa Cress, 2003-04 Nancy Dahm, 1976-79 Dana Daprile, 2005- 08 Katie Daprile, 2007-pres. Michelle DeGeeter, 2004-07 Charlene Depman, 1977-78 Chris DeWell, 1982-85 Marie Donnelly, 1975-76 Nancy Dorris, 1984-87 Shelley Erhardt, 1986-88 Chris Essington, 1983-86 Rene Evans, 1980-83 Brianne Faust, 1998-00 Tina Foldenauer, 1993-95 Donna Ford, 1982 Laura Forrest, 1995-98 Corissa Foster, 2006 Laurie Fredlake, 1975-77 Kylie Galbraith, 1997-00 Sara Gallagher, 2001-04 Jackie Gardner, 1983 - Mgr. Elyssa Garfinkle, 2008-09 Kim Groce, 1993-94 Carolyn Gruesbeck, 2002 Cory Gulasey, 1996-99

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Lynn Hardin, 1992-95 Carrie Henderson, 1979-82 Krystal Hendrix, 2003-06 Susana Henri, 2003-06 Shelli Hesse, 1989-92 Adrianna Higle, 2006 Amy Hinkamper, 1989 Natalie Hornsby, 1982-83 Kelly Hunter, 2009-pres. Joan Imler, 1976 Nina Inic, 2005-08 Camille Jamerson, 2004-05 Katy Johnston, 1998-99 Eileen Kelly, 1990-92 Kristen Kelly, 1988-91 Kristi Kerkhoff, 1998-01 Danielle Kerr, 2000 Andrea King, 1998-01 Karin King, 1979 Jennifer Kintzel, 1994-97 Laura Klancnik, 1999-02 Holly Knight, 2007 Megan Knightly, 2002-05 Cheryl Kovalow, 1979-80 Tana Kroll, 1977-78 Sharon Krumpolz, 1991-92

Kelsey Labrum, 2008-09 Darla Lawson, 1987 Jalesa Lee, 2007-pres. Michelle Leedy, 1988-90 Bonnie Loos, 1975-76 Susan Luers, 1979 Lynze Lysen, 1997-00 Wendy Maat, 1990-93 Phyllis Majors, 1983-86 Julie Manker, 1993-96 Sharon Martin, 1976 Deb Masters, 1976 Amanda Matthews, 2000-03 Mary McCree, 1978 Stephanie McGurk, 2006-09 Stephanie McShurley, 1995-98 Stacia Mellinger, 1987-90 Amber Miller, 2000 Lydia Montgomery, 1976-77 - Mgr. Elizabeth Moreau, 2001-04 Jamie Morris, 1982-85 Sue Morris, 1981-84 Debbie Morton, 1976 Kelly Mott, 1996-99 Jill Muenstermann, 1982-83 Martha Mullin, 1976-77 Eileen Murphy, 1996-99 Jayn Nemeth, 1983 Jaime Neumann, 1986 Keely Norris, 1999-02 Carmen Notestine, 1989

Robin Oetting, 1975 Anna Overlease, 2000 Kathy Owen, 1975 Kate Patterson, 1993-94 Linsie Peacock, 1993-94 Jennifer Pennington, 1981-84 Ellen Perciak, 1977-78 Kamy Peters, 2001-03 Wendy Peters, 1976 Amy Pickett, 1995-98 Beth Piepenbrink, 1979-80 Jonell Pinkerton, 1991-94 Kathryn Presnal, 1978 Janet Price, 1977-80 Tracy Rader, 1979-82 Marcy Rath, 1975, 77-78 Julie Ready, 1977-78 Lynn Rossetto, 1993-96 Bev Schnabel, 1975 Mallory Sheets, 2004-05 Mindy Sjoblom, 1996-97 Liz Skinner, 1978-81 Amy Smith, 1989-91 - Mgr. Jill Spurgeon, 1985-88 Libby Stanton, 1975 Stephanie Steele, 2006-09 Jane Strelow, 1985-88 - Mgr. Joan Stumpf, 1978

Jessica Taylor, 1989-92 Jill Taylor, 1985-88 Sara Unrue, 1997 Gina Vera, 2009-pres. Stephanie Wade, 1979 Cheryl Wallace, 1985 Christy Ward, 1987-90 Candice Washington, 2002-05 Renee Wayt, 1988-91 Julie Weber, 1975-76 Susan Weed, 1985-86 Karla Weidekamp, 1976 - Mgr. Wendy Werner, 1985 Tammy Wertman, 1978-81 Stephanie Wesley, 1991-94 Lisa Wesselak, 1986-88 Laura White, 2003-05 Robin Williams, 1977-78 Terry Wilson, 1979-82 Nancy Wittler, 1976 Jessica Wolfe, 2007-pres. Ronda Zeigert, 1983

2009 Statistics & Results 2009 Individual Statistics

No. Player SP K K/Set E TA Pct 9 Jessica Wolfe 124 497 4.01 162 1348 .249 14 Porshia Allen 110 360 3.27 160 993 .201 15 Maureen Bamiro 124 263 2.12 89 655 .266 8 Kelsey Labrum 113 202 1.79 59 485 .295 2 Jalesa Lee 115 162 1.41 50 365 .307 3 Gina Vera 124 112 0.90 37 338 .222 13 Stephanie Steele 59 38 0.64 15 130 .177 7 Katie Daprile 124 64 0.52 38 272 .096 5 Brittany Awai 105 3 0.03 2 14 .071 1 Kelly Hunter 88 1 0.01 0 4 .250 6 Elyssa Garfinkle 53 0 0.00 2 8 -.250 Team Butler 124 1702 13.73 614 4613 .236 Opponents 124 1552 12.52 693 4628 .186

A 28 28 10 36 8 1338 7 35 28 17 3 1573 1457

A/Set 0.23 0.25 0.08 0.32 0.07 10.79 0.12 0.28 .027 0.19 0.06 12.69 11.75

2009 Horizon League Final Standings

Team Cleveland State Valparaiso Butler Milwaukee UIC Loyola Green Bay Youngstown State Wright State

Horizon League Matches W L Pct. Home Away 13 3 .812 8-0 5-3 12 4 .750 7-1 5-3 10 6 .625 8-0 2-6 10 6 .625 7-1 3-5 8 8 .625 6-2 2-6 5 11 .312 3-5 2-6 5 11 .312 4-4 1-7 5 11 .312 3-5 2-6 4 12 .250 2-6 2-6

W 26 22 21 16 16 12 10 7 12

L 8 11 14 15 18 17 20 21 20

2009 All-Horizon League Teams All-League Team Porshia Allen, Butler Jessica Wolfe, Butler Liz Fazio, Cleveland State Jordan Goad, Cleveland State Beth Greulich, Cleveland State Holly Visser, Green Bay Jena Berg, Milwaukee Lauren Felsing, Milwaukee Casie Sullivan, UIC Kim Bukowski, Valparaiso Angie Porche, Valparaiso Taylor Root, Valparaiso Shaunda Sandifer, Wright State Ruth Boscaljon, Youngstown State Player of the Year Beth Greulich, Cleveland State

All-Newcomer Team Gina Vera, Butler Kara Koch, Cleveland State Whitney Schott, Green Bay Jena Berg, Milwaukee Kelsey Safranek, UIC Taylor Root, Valparaiso Angela Roidt, Youngstown State Newcomer of the Year Taylor Root, Valparaiso Defensive Player of the Year Lauren Felsing, Milwaukee Coach of the Year Chuck Voss, Cleveland State

SA 37 23 0 17 0 26 7 35 9 6 3 163 120

SE SA/Set 53 0.30 41 0.21 0 0.00 26 0.15 4 0.00 33 0.21 10 0.12 38 0.28 13 0.09 18 0.07 8 0.06 245 1.31 0.97 0.97

RE DIG Dig/Set 31 340 2.74 24 365 3.32 1 35 0.28 1 78 0.69 2 23 0.20 1 272 2.19 2 44 0.75 20 556 4.48 21 257 2.45 1 30 0.34 1 67 1.26 14 119 2067 16.67 163 2008 16.19

All Matches Pct. Home Away .765 10-3 11-4 .667 9-1 6-6 .600 9-0 4-11 .516 8-4 4-8 .471 9-5 5-9 .414 5-7 4-9 .333 6-7 3-9 .250 3-7 2-11 .375 5-11 3-9

BS 7 9 21 3 9 4 0 4 0 0 0 57 60

BA Total 64 71 40 49 111 132 25 28 63 72 61 65 16 16 5 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 385 249.5 244 182.0

B/Set 0.57 0.45 1.06 0.25 0.63 0.52 0.27 0.07 0.00 0.00 0.00 2.01 1.47

BE BHE 12 3 9 3 25 0 5 0 6 4 12 17 1 0 5 3 0 1 0 0 0 3 75 37 43 28

Points 573.0 412.0 339.5 234.5 202.5 172.5 53.0 105.5 12.0 7.0 3.0 2114.5 1854.0

2009 Results (21-14, 10-6 HL)

Date Opponent Result IPFW Tournament (Fort Wayne, Ind.) Aug. 28 vs. Drake W, 3-0 Aug. 28 at IPFW L, 3-0 Aug. 29 vs. Eastern Illinois W, 3-0 Aug. 29 vs. Kent State W, 3-0 Sept. 3 at Chicago State W, 3-0 Marquette Tournament (Milwaukee, Wis.) Sept. 4 vs. Austin Peay L, 3-0 Sept. 4 at Marquette L, 3-1 Sept. 5 vs. Binghamton W, 3-0 Sept. 5 vs. Texas State W, 3-0 Sept. 9 at IUPUI L, 3-2 Winthrop Invitational (Rock Hill, S.C.) Sept. 11 vs. North Carolina Central W, 3-0 Sept. 12 vs. Appalachian State W, 3-0 Sept. 12 at Winthrop L, 3-1 Sept. 17 at Youngstown State * W, 3-0 Kent State Mizuno Open (Kent, Ohio) Sept. 18 vs. Utah State L, 3-1 Sept. 18 vs. Robert Morris W, 3-0 Sept. 19 at Kent State L, 3-2 Sept. 25 CLEVELAND STATE * W, 3-2 Sept. 26 WRIGHT STATE * W, 3-0 Oct. 2 at Valparaiso * L, 3-0 Oct. 3 ALABAMA A&M W, 3-0 Oct. 6 MILWAUKEE * W, 3-0 Oct. 7 GREEN BAY * W, 3-0 Oct. 10 at UIC * L, 3-0 Oct. 11 at Loyola * L, 3-2 Oct. 17 YOUNGSTOWN STATE * W, 3-0 Oct. 23 at Wright State * W, 3-1 Oct. 24 at Cleveland State * L, 3-0 Oct. 28 at Indiana State W, 3-0 Oct. 30 VALPARAISO * W, 3-1 Nov. 6 LOYOLA * W, 3-2 Nov. 7 UIC * W, 3-2 Nov. 13 at Green Bay * L, 3-0 Nov. 14 at Milwaukee * L, 3-1 2009 Horizon League Championship (at #1 seed) Nov. 20 vs. UIC L, 3-1

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Individual Records Kills Match

32, Kali Carter vs. Western Illinois (4), 9/10/04 31, Lori Adams vs. UIC (5), 9/12/89 31, Laura Baire vs. Louisville (5), 11/3/93 31, Amy Pickett vs. UCI (4), 9/27/96 30, Amy Pickett vs. Pittsburgh (5), 9/21/96 29, Jessica Wolfe vs. IUPUI (5), 9/9/09 29, Jessica Wolfe vs. Youngstown St. (5), 9/14/07 29, Laura Baire vs. Loyola (5), 10/30/93 29, Lori Adams vs. Eastern Illinois (4), 10/17/89

Attacks Match

88, Laura Baire vs. Louisville (5), 11/3/93 87, Lori Adams vs. UIC (5), 9/12/89 83, Kali Carter vs. Green Bay (5), 10/17/03 82, Kali Carter vs. Maryland (5), 9/18/04 81, Amy Pickett vs. Eastern Illinois (5), 9/20/97 80, Kali Carter vs. Jacksonville State (5), 9/11/04 79, Kali Carter vs. Bradley (5), 9/11/04 79, Amy Pickett vs. Wright State (4), 10/16/98 76, Stephanie Wesley vs. Baylor (5), 12/3/93 75, Stephanie Wesley vs. Auburn (5), 9/10/94

Jennifer Kintzel reigns as Butler’s and the Horizon League’s all-time leader with 5,483 assists.

Kills Per Set Season

4.57, Kali Carter, 2004 4.46, Amy Pickett, 1996 4.30, Lori Adams, 1989 4.14, Amy Pickett, 1997 4.08, Laura Baire, 1993 4.08, Amy Pickett, 1998 4.06, Kali Carter, 2003 4.01, Jessica Wolfe, 2009 3.93, Laura Baire, 1995 3.92, Porshia Allen, 2007

Digs Per Set Season

5.29, Megan Knightly, 2005 4.62, Katie Daprile, 2008 4.51, Megan Knightly, 2004 4.48, Katie Daprile, 2009 4.44, Nina Inic, 2007 4.20, Lori Adams, 1989 4.18, Jessica Taylor, 1992 4.09, Nina Inic, 2006 4.04, Jessica Taylor, 1991 3.95, Allison Cox, 1999 3.93, Heather Cox, 1997

Career

3.95, Amy Pickett, 1995-98 3.75, Laura Baire, 1992-95 3.62, Kali Carter, 2001-04 3.39, Jessica Taylor, 1989-92 3.19, Keely Norris, 1999-02 3.00, Areal Bienemy, 2001-04 2.92, Lori Adams, 1986-89 2.80, Stephanie Wesley, 1991-94 2.77, Jill Taylor, 1985-88 2.49, Chris DeWell, 1982-85*

Career

4.01, Megan Knightly, 2002-05 3.65, Jessica Taylor, 1989-92 3.53, Jennifer Kintzel, 1994-97 3.39, Laura Baire, 1992-95 3.32, Jenny Arentz, 1990-93 3.26, Kali Carter, 2001-04 3.00, Kamy Peters, 2001-03 2.98, Heather Cox, 1994-97 2.94, Kristen Kelly, 1988-91 2.92, Lori Adams, 1986-89 2.76, Jill Taylor, 1985-88

Blocks Per Set Season

1.73, Jennifer Pennington, 1983 1.63, Chris DeWell, 1984 1.57, Jill Spurgeon, 1988 1.56, Chris Essington, 1986 1.39, Amy Pickett, 1995 1.35, Rene Evans, 1983 1.33, Chris DeWell, 1983 1.31, Jill Spurgeon, 1987 1.29, Michelle DeGeeter, 2007 1.28, Areal Bienemy, 2004

Career

1.47, Jennifer Pennington, 1981-84* 1.41, Chris DeWell, 1982-85* 1.18, Amy Pickett, 1995-98 1.17, Chris Essington, 1983-86 1.11, Jill Spurgeon, 1985-88 1.07, Beth Christiansen, 1987-90 1.06, Krystal Hendrix, 2003-06 1.06, Candace Washington, 2002-05 0.94, Keely Norris, 1999-02 0.91, Areal Bienemy, 2001-04

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Season

Career

Season

Career

600, Laura Baire, 1993 567, Amy Pickett, 1996 539, Stephanie Wesley, 1993 508, Kali Carter, 2003 503, Kali Carter, 2004 497, Jessica Wolfe, 2009 497, Jill Taylor, 1988 486, Lori Adams, 1989 476, Amy Pickett, 1997 471, Laura Baire, 1995

1,636, Stephanie Wesley, 1993 1,603, Laura Baire, 1993 1,558, Kali Carter, 2004 1,539, Kali Carter, 2003 1,348, Jessica Wolfe, 2009 1,345, Amy Pickett, 1996 1,291, Laura Baire, 1995 1,290, Lori Adams, 1989 1,290, Jessica Taylor, 1991 1,267, Jill Taylor, 1988

Hitting Percentage Match (min. 10 attempts)

1.000 (12-0-12), Laura Klancnik vs. Providence (3), 8/31/02 .800 (12-0-15), Wendy Maat vs. Eastern Kentucky (3), 9/21/91 .800 (8-0-10), Stacia Mellinger vs. Milwaukee (3), 11/9/90 .733 (11-0-15), Eileen Murphy vs. SW Missouri St. (3), 8/30/97 .727 (8-0-11), Stephanie Wesley vs. La Salle (3), 11/6/92 .727 (8-0-11), Keely Norris vs. Valparaiso (3), 9/1/00 .714 (11-1-14), Andrea King vs. IUPUI, 9/1/99 .714 (11-1-14), Stephanie Wesley vs. La Salle (3), 10/1/94 .684 (13-0-19), Amy Pickett vs. Green Bay (3), 10/4/97 .667 (15-1-21), Chris Essington vs. Akron (3), 11/2/85 .667 (10-0-15), Shelli Hesse vs. Evansville (3), 10/9/90 .667 (13-1-18), Jamie Morris vs. Valparaiso (3), 10/26/85

Assists Match

80, Kylie Galbraith vs. Milwaukee (5), 11/18/00 79, Jennifer Kintzel vs. Auburn (5), 9/10/94 77, Jennifer Kintzel vs. Arkansas (4), 9/18/97 71, Kylie Galbraith vs. UIC (4), 9/25/99 71, Stacia Mellinger vs. Eastern Illinois (4), 10/2/90 69, Jenny Arentz, vs. Louisville (5), 11/3/93 69, Kylie Galbraith vs. Evansville (4), 10/10/99 69, Kylie Galbraith vs. Wright State (4), 10/16/98 69, Jennifer Kintzel vs. UIC (5), 11/9/95 69, Jennifer Kintzel vs. Loyola (4), 10/28/95

Service Aces Match

9, Laura Baire vs. Wright State (3), 10/7/95 8, Beth Christiansen vs. Western Illinois (4), 9/22/90 8, Beth Christiansen vs. Xavier (4), 11/2/90 7, Beth Christiansen vs. Indiana State (3), 9/11/90 7, Chris Essington vs. Dayton (3), 10/28/86 7, Lynn Hardin vs. Baylor (5), 12/3/93 7, Jill Taylor vs. Eastern Illinois (4), 10/16/85 6, 16 players tied *— Stats not available prior to 1983

1,812, Laura Baire, 1992-95 1,801, Amy Pickett, 1995-98 1,599, Jessica Taylor, 1989-92 1,598, Kali Carter, 2001-04 1,459, Porshia Allen, 2006-09 1,397, Keely Norris, 1999-02 1,356, Lori Adams, 1986-89 1,341, Stephanie Wesley, 1991-94 1,320, Jill Taylor, 1985-88 1,292, Lynze Lysen, 1997-00

4,932, Laura Baire, 1992-95 4,871, Kali Carter, 2001-04 4,618, Jessica Taylor, 1989-92 4,607, Amy Pickett, 1995-98 4,251, Lynze Lysen, 1997-00 4,163, Porshia Allen, 2006-09 3,932, Stephanie Wesley, 1991-94 3,724, Jill Taylor, 1985-88 3,691, Lori Adams, 1986-89 3,409, Keely Norris, 1999-02

Season

.355, Chris DeWell, 1985 .321, Keely Norris, 2002 .318, Chris Essington, 1985 .300, Jamie Morris, 1985 .298, Beth Christiansen, 1990 .298, Amy Pickett, 1996 .298, Amy Pickett, 1997 .297, Lori Adams, 1988 .293, Keely Norris, 2001 .293, Chris DeWell, 1984

Season

Career

Season

Career

1,659, Jenny Arentz, 1993 1,445, Amanda Matthews, 2002 1,431, Jennifer Kintzel, 1997 1,406, Amanda Matthews, 2003 1,400, Jennifer Kintzel, 1995 1,380, Jenny Arentz, 1992 1,365, Jennifer Kintzel, 1996 1,351, Kylie Galbraith, 2000 1,341, Stacia Mellinger, 1988 1,338, Gina Vera, 2009

85, Jill Taylor, 1988 67, Jennifer Kintzel, 1997 66, Amy Baty, 1983 60, Beth Christiansen, 1990 59, Laura Baire, 1993 59, Jennifer Kintzel, 1995 57, Laura Baire, 1995 56, Jill Taylor, 1985 53, Lynn Hardin, 1993 53, Jessica Taylor, 1989

Career

.308, Chris DeWell, 1982-85* .281, Amy Pickett, 1995-98 .281, Keely Norris, 1999-02 .258, Stephanie McShurley, 1995-98 .257, Lori Adams, 1986-89 .257, Beth Christiansen, 1987-90 .246, Heather Cox, 1994-97 .246, Chris Essington, 1983-86 .242, Candance Washington, 2002-05 .232, Jill Taylor, 1985-88 .231, Stacia Mellinger, 1987-90

5,483, Jennifer Kintzel, 1994-97 4,838, Stacia Mellinger, 1987-90 4,443, Jenny Arentz, 1990-93 3,994, Amanda Matthews, 2000-03 3,320, Dana Daprile, 2005-08 2,673, Kylie Galbraith, 1997-00 1,915, Susan Weed, 1985-86 1,465, Sara Gallagher, 2001-04 496, Laura White, 2003-05 248, Kristen Kelly, 1988-91

222, Jill Taylor, 1985-88 215, Jennifer Kintzel, 1994-97 192, Laura Baire, 1992-95 161, Jessica Taylor, 1989-92 151, Beth Christiansen, 1987-90 144, Lori Adams, 1986-89 133, Stacia Mellinger, 1987-90 126, Kali Carter, 2001-04 125, Heather Cox, 1994-97 124, Jonell Pinkerton, 1991-94

Individual Records Match Records by Set

3-Set Kills

24, Jessica Taylor vs. Green Bay, 9/6/91

Attacks

53, Laura Baire vs. Dayton, 10/23/92 53, Heather Cox vs. Milwaukee, 10/3/97

Hitting Percentage

1.000 (12-0-12), Laura Klancnik vs. Providence, 8/31/02

Assists

58, Jennifer Kintzel vs. Milwaukee, 10/3/97

Service Aces

9, Laura Baire vs. Wright State, 10/7/95

Areal Bienemy

Megan Knightly

Digs Match

45, Jessica Taylor vs. UIC (5), 9/12/89 41, Megan Knightly vs. Youngstown State (5), 9/24/05 40, Nina Inic vs. Green Bay (5), 11/11/06 38, Lynze Lysen vs. Wright State (4), 10/16/98 36, Katie Daprile at Youngstown State (5), 11/1/08 36, Heather Cox vs. Loyola (4), 11/1/97 35, Nina Inic vs. Youngstown State (5), 9/14/07 35, Nina Inic at Green Bay (4), 10/13/06 35, Jenny Arentz vs. Loyola (5), 10/30/93 32, Nina Inic vs. Loyola (5), 10/20/06 31, Katie Daprile vs. Milwaukee (4), 10/25/08 31, Katie Daprile vs. Youngstown State (5), 10/3/08

Block Solos Match

10, Wendy Werner vs. Indiana Central (3), 11/6/85 10, Chris Essington vs. Valparaiso (5), 9/27/86 8, Chris DeWell vs. Franklin (5), 10/12/85 8, Chris DeWell vs. Notre Dame (5), 9/14/83 8, Chris DeWell vs. St. Louis (5), 11/11/83 8, Chris Essington vs. Indiana Central (3), 11/6/85 8, Chris Essington vs. Notre Dame (5), 9/19/86 8, Jill Taylor vs. Mississippi (5), 9/12/87 7, Four players tied

Block Assists Match

12, Chris DeWell vs. IUPUI (4), 10/24/84 11, Beth Christiansen vs. UIC (5), 9/12/89 10, Maureen Bamiro vs. Cleveland St. (5), 9/25/09 10, Jalesa Lee vs. UMES (5), 9/12/08 10, Michelle DeGeeter vs. Green Bay (5), 11/9/07 10, Michelle DeGeeter vs. Valparaiso (4), 9/29/07 10, Michelle DeGeeter vs. Loyola (5), 10/20/06 10, Krystal Hendrix vs. Youngstown State (5), 9/24/05 10, Andrea King vs. Milwaukee (5), 11/4/00 10, Amy Pickett vs. Kentucky (4), 9/16/95 10, Beth Christiansen vs. DePaul (5), 11/11/89

Total Blocks Match

17, Chris DeWell vs. St. Louis (5), 11/11/83 16, Beth Christiansen vs. UIC (5), 9/12/89 16, Chris DeWell vs. IUPUI (4), 10/24/84 16, Chris DeWell vs. Valparaiso (4), 11/12/83 15, Chris DeWell vs. IUPUI (5), 9/4/85 15, Wendy Werner vs. Indiana Central (3), 11/6/85 14, Beth Christiansen vs. Xavier (4), 10/13/89 14, Chris Essington vs. Valparaiso (5), 9/27/86 13, Four players tied

Dana Daprile

Digs

30, Jessica Taylor vs. Duquesne, 11/7/92

Block Solos

10, Wendy Werner vs. Indiana Central, 11/6/85

Season

556, Katie Daprile, 2009 541, Katie Daprile, 2008 522, Laura Baire, 1993 518, Megan Knightly, 2005 497, Jenny Arentz, 1993 496, Megan Knightly, 2004 490, Jessica Taylor, 1992 489, Jenny Arentz, 1992 485, Kamy Peters, 2002 475, Lori Adams, 1989 471, Nina Inic, 2007 469, Jessica Taylor, 1991

Career

1,737, Megan Knightly, 2002-05 1,722, Jessica Taylor, 1989-92 1,678, Jennifer Kintzel, 1994-97 1,637, Laura Baire, 1992-95 1,436, Kali Carter, 2001-04 1,435, Katie Daprile, 207-pres. 1,426, Jenny Arentz, 1990-93 1,406, Heather Cox, 1994-97 1,348, Lynze Lysen, 1997-00 1,331, Lori Adams, 1986-89 1,312, Jill Taylor, 1985-88 1,298, Allison Cox, 1998-02

Block Assists

10, Krystal Hendrix, vs. Youngstown State, 10/11/03

Total Blocks

15, Wendy Werner vs. Indiana Central, 11/6/85

4-Set Kills

32, Kali Carter vs. Western Illinois, 9/10/04

Attacks

79, Amy Pickett vs. Wright State, 10/16/98

Hitting Percentage

.652 (15-0-23), Sue Morris vs. IUPUI, 10/24/84

Assists

77, Jennifer Kintzel vs. Arkansas, 9/18/97

Season

88, Chris Essington, 1986 68, Chris DeWell, 1985 65, Chris DeWell, 1984 62, Jill Spurgeon, 1988 58, Jill Spurgeon, 1987 51, Lori Adams, 1986 51, Chris Essington, 1985 50, Jennifer Pennington, 1983 49, Beth Christiansen, 1989 48, Three Players Tied

Season

158, Jennifer Pennington, 1983 150, Jill Spurgeon, 1988 133, Krystal Hendrix, 2003 133, Chris DeWell, 1983 123, Michelle DeGeeter, 2007 118, Wendy Maat, 1993 117, Amy Pickett, 1995 116, Areal Bienemy, 2004 116, Chris Essington, 1986 115, Andrea King, 2000 111, Maureen Bamiro, 2009 111, Krystal Hendrix, 2006

Career

202, Chris Essington, 1983-86 188, Beth Christiansen, 1987-90 163, Jill Spurgeon, 1985-88 160, Chris DeWell, 1982-85* 123, Amy Pickett, 1995-98 74, Jennifer Pennington, 1981-84* 71, Candice Washington, 2002-04 70, Lori Adams, 1986-89 65, Stacia Mellinger, 1987-90 61, Stephanie Wesley, 1991-94

Career

414, Krystal Hendrix, 2003-06 413, Amy Pickett, 1995-98 354, Michelle DeGeeter, 2004-07 338, Keely Norris, 1999-02 331, Beth Christiansen, 1987-90 326, Jill Spurgeon, 1985-88 316, Areal Bienemy, 2001-04 315, Chris Essington, 1983-86 296, Chris DeWell, 1982-85* 292, Candice Washington, 2002-05 264, Porshia Allen, 2006-09

Service Aces

8, Beth Christiansen vs. Western Illinois, 9/22/90 8, Beth Christiansen vs. Xavier, 11/2/90

Digs

38, Lynze Lysen vs. Wright State, 10/16/98

Block Solos

7, Chris DeWell vs. Valparaiso, 11/12/83

Block Assists

12, Chris DeWell vs. IUPUI, 10/24/84

Total Blocks

16, Chris DeWell vs. Valparaiso, 11/12/83 16, Chris DeWell vs. IUPUI, 10/24/84

5-Set Kills

31, Lori Adams vs. UIC, 9/12/89 31, Laura Baire vs. Louisville, 11/3/93

Attacks

88, Laura Baire vs. Louisville, 11/3/93

Hitting Percentage

.615 (9-1-13), Stacia Mellinger vs. Cincinnati, 10/11/88

Assists

80, Kylie Galbraith vs. Milwaukee, 11/18/00

Service Aces

7, Lynn Hardin vs. Baylor, 12/3/93

Digs

45, Jessica Taylor vs. UIC, 9/12/89

Season

212, Jill Spurgeon, 1988 208, Jennifer Pennington, 1983 204, Chris Essington, 1986 168, Chris DeWell, 1984 160, Chris DeWell, 1983 153, Amy Pickett, 1995 150, Sharon Casper, 1983 148, Rene Evans, 1983 147, Krystal Hendrix, 2003 145, Beth Christiansen, 1989

Career

536, Amy Pickett, 1995-98 519, Beth Christiansen, 1987-90 517, Chris Essington, 1983-86 489, Jill Spurgeon, 1985-88 459, Krystal Hendrix, 2003-06 456, Chris DeWell, 1982-85* 409, Keely Norris, 1999-02 406, Michelle DeGeeter, 2004-07 371, Areal Bienemy, 2001-04 363, Candice Washington, 2002-05 321, Stephanie Wesley, 1991-94

Block Solos

10, Chris Essington vs. Valparaiso, 9/27/86

Block Assists

11, Beth Christiansen vs. UIC, 9/12/89

Total Blocks

17, Chris DeWell vs. St. Louis, 11/11/83

*— Stats not available prior to 1983

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Team Records Season Records

Match Records By Set

Kills

2,044, 1993 1,923, 2002 1,848, 2003 1,820, 1988 1,793, 1990 1,792, 1992 1,791, 2000 1,758, 1997 1,758, 1989 1,757, 1997

3-Set Kills

72 vs. Dayton, 10/23/92

Attacks

191 vs. Milwaukee, 10/3/97

Hitting Percentage

.571 (36-0-63) vs. La Salle, 11/6/92

Assists

66 vs. Milwaukee, 10/3/97

Attacks

Service Aces

5,868, 1993 5,409, 2002 5,298, 2003 5,263, 1992 5,175, 2000 4,947, 1997 4,932, 1999 4,916, 1989 4,874, 2007 4,865, 1996

15 vs. Evansville, 10/15/92 15 vs. Wright State, 10/9/95

Digs

113 vs. IUPUI, 8/30/89

Block Solos*

5 vs. Six Opponents

Block Assists*

30 vs. Dayton, 9/30/86

Total Blocks*

18 vs. Murray State, 9/10/93

Hitting Pct.

4-Set Kills

89 vs. Arkansas, 9/18/97

Attacks

300 vs. Wright State, 10/16/98

Hitting Percentage

.395 (63-14-194) vs. Marian, 8/25/06

Assists

Sharon Clark has coached some of the best offensive teams in school history, including the 2002 and 2003 squads that stand second and third all-time in kills and attacks.

79 vs. Arkansas, 9/18/97 79 vs. Wright State, 10/16/98

Service Aces

17 vs. Western Illinois, 9/22/90 17 vs. Xavier, 11/2/90

Match Records Kills

22 vs. Loyola, 11/14/87

101 vs. Auburn (5), 9/10/94 97 vs. Dayton (5), 11/3/90 94 vs. Milwaukee (5) 11/18/00 89 vs. Arkansas (4), 9/18/97 89 vs. Murray State (5), 10/7/89 87 vs. Eastern Illinois (5), 10/2/90 86 vs. Youngstown State (4), 11/7/03 86 vs. Loyola (4), 10/28/95 85 vs. Iowa State (4), 9/9/00 84 vs. Three Opponents

5-Set

Attacks

Digs

137 vs. Wright State, 10/16/98

Block Solos*

15 vs. Marquette, 9/9/88

Block Assists*

33 vs. Loyola, 11/3/07

Total Blocks*

Assists Assists

94 vs. Auburn (5), 9/10/94 84 vs. Milwaukee (5), 11/18/00 79 vs. Arkansas (4), 9/18/97 79 vs. Wright State (4), 10/16/98 78 vs. Eastern Illinois (5), 10/2/90 78 vs. Loyola (5), 10/12/85 77 vs. UIC (5), 9/12/89 77 vs. Louisville (5), 11/3/93 77 vs. Youngstown State (4), 11/7/03 77 vs. Youngstown State (5), 9/14/07 77 at Youngstown State (5), 10/13/07

Service Aces

Service Aces

300 vs. Wright State (4), 10/16/98 278 vs. Murray State (5), 10/7/89 268 vs. Eastern Illinois (5), 9/20/97 267 vs. Green Bay (5), 11/9/07 265 vs. Loyola (4), 10/23/92 262 vs. Auburn (5), 9/10/94 252 vs. Drake (5), 9/3/99 250 vs. Loyola (5), 10/12/85 247 vs. Loyola (4), 10/13/00 247 vs. Milwaukee (5), 11/18/00

Digs

Hitting Percentage

Digs

Kills

101 vs. Auburn, 9/10/94

Attacks

278 vs. Murray State, 10/7/89

Hitting Percentage

.384 (53-12-140) vs. Evansville, 9/27/85

Assists

94 vs. Auburn, 9/10/94 19 vs. Xavier, 10/11/83 149 vs. UIC, 9/12/89

Block Solos*

14 vs. Mississippi, 9/12/87

Block Assists*

35 vs. Green Bay, 11/9/07

Total Blocks*

21 vs. Loyola, 10/20/06

* Team blocking stats not complete prior to 1987

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.571 (36-0-63) vs. La Salle (3), 11/6/92 .475 (61-5-118) vs. W. Kentucky, 11/2/85 .470 (39-8-66) vs. Green Bay (3), 10/4/97 .456 (41-5-79) vs. Dayton (3), 10/1/85 .435 (34-7-62) vs. Chicago St. (3), 9/24/94 .429 (48-12-84) vs. La Salle (3), 10/1/94 .429 (31-4-63) vs. St. Louis (3), 8/30/97 .419 (45-9-86) vs. Evansville (3), 10/9/90 .413 (55-5-121) vs. Valparaiso (3), 11/11/95 .410 (55-7-117) vs. SW Mo St. (3), 8/30/97

.277, 1985 .246, 1997 .230, 1996 .229, 1988 .220, 1995 .216, 1990 .215, 2004 .214, 1989 .212, 2008 .212, 2003

19 vs. Xavier (5), 10/11/83 18 vs. Eastern Illinois (5), 10/14/86 18 vs. Northern Kentucky (5), 10/21/83 17 vs. Western Illinois (4), 9/22/90 17 vs. Xavier (4), 11/2/90 16 vs. Youngstown State (5), 10/2/04 16 vs. Bellarmine (5), 10/18/83 15 vs. Seven Opponents 14 vs. Nine Opponents

149 vs. UIC (5), 9/12/89 137 vs. Wright State (4), 10/16/98 134 vs. Murray State (5), 10/7/89 134 vs. Green Bay (5), 11/9/07 127 vs. Boise State (5), 9/1/95 125 vs. IUPUI (5), 9/4/86 124 vs. Loyola (5), 10/12/85 121 vs. Wright State (5), 11/2/91 120 vs. Auburn (5), 9/5/92 120 vs. St. Louis (4), 11/3/89

1,822, 1993 1,735, 2002 1,664, 2003 1,599, 2000 1,570, 1997 1,544, 1988 1,537, 1995 1,536, 1989 1,527, 1992 1,512, 1996

149, 1988 118, 1990 101, 1989 79, 1993 76, 2003 75, 1992 73, 1991 62, 1995 61, 1996

Service Aces

499, 1988 497, 2007 474, 2008 474, 2004 462, 2000 460, 2003 460, 1993 449, 2006 439, 2002 382, 2005

333, 1993 289, 1988 287, 1983 242, 1986 238, 1990 227, 1996 227, 1992 226, 1989 222, 1991 221, 1997

Digs

2,563, 1993 2,522, 1992 2,397, 1989 2,222, 2003 2,157, 2002 2,154, 1997 2,137, 1991 2,114, 2007 2,097, 1996 2,064, 2000

Block Assists*

Total Blocks* 398.5, 1988 309, 1993 306, 2003 296.5, 2007 296, 2004 291, 1987 283, 2000 277.5, 2006 270, 2008 267.5, 2002

Block Solos* 162, 1987

Block Solos*

15 vs. Marquette (4), 9/9/88 14 vs. Mississippi (5), 9/12/87 12 vs. Eastern Illinois (5), 10/14/86 11 vs. Hartford (4), 12/4/93 11 vs. James Madison (4), 9/15/89 11 vs. Loyola (4), 11/14/87 9 vs. Evansville (5), 11/16/90 9 vs. Iowa St. (5), 9/25/92 9 vs. IUPUI (5), 8/31/88 9 vs. St. Louis (5), 11/19/88

Block Assists*

35 vs. Green Bay (5), 11/9/07 34 vs. Loyola (5), 10/20/06 33 vs. Loyola (4), 11/3/07 31 vs. Valparaiso (4), 9/29/07 30 vs. Dayton (3), 9/30/86 28 vs. Eastern Washington (4), 9/2/90 28 vs. Indiana State (4), 10/13/92 28 vs. Murray State (3), 9/10/93 28 vs. Valparaiso (4), 11/4/92 28 vs. Wright St. (5), 11/8/88 28 vs. Indiana State (5), 9/26/00 28 vs. Green Bay (3), 11/3/00 28 vs. UMES, (5), 9/12/08

Total Blocks*

22 vs. Loyola (4), 11/14/87 21 vs. Loyola (5), 10/20/06 21 vs. Eastern Washington (4), 9/2/90 20.5 vs. Notre Dame (5), 9/19/86 19.5 vs. Green Bay (5), 11/9/07 19 vs. Eastern Illinois (5), 10/14/86 18.5 vs. UIC (5), 9/12/89 18 vs. IUPUI (5), 8/31/88 18 vs. Murray State (3), 9/10/93 18 vs. Wright State (5), 11/8/88

BUTLER VOLLEYBALL All-Time Results

1975 Head Coach: Eugenia Kriebel Record: 9-5 Res. Opponent Score No scores available 1976 Head Coach: Eugenia Kriebel Record: 17-6 Res. Opponent Score W IUPUI L at Anderson L at Taylor W Hanover W DePauw L Huntington W St. Joseph’s (Ind.) W Marion W St. Francis (Ind.) L at Grace W vs. Indiana Tech W vs. Anderson W at Earlham W at Franklin W vs. Marian L vs. DePauw W Indiana Central W vs. Marion W vs. IUPUI W at Taylor L at Taylor W St. Mary of the Woods W Marion (Scores not available for the 1976 season) 1977 Head Coach: Eugenia Kriebel Record: 12-9 Res. Opponent Score L at St. Joseph’s (Ind.) W vs. Notre Dame W St. Mary of the Woods L Taylor W DePauw W Hanover L Indiana Tech L Xavier L IUPUI W Indiana Central W Marian W at Anderson W Grace L at Franklin W vs. IUPUI W vs. Earlham L at Anderson L at DePauw W vs. Indiana Central L at Manchester W vs. Purdue-Calumet (Scores not available for the 1977 season) 1978 Head Coach: Eugenia Kriebel Record: 21-13 Res. Opponent Score W at Indiana Central L vs. St. Joseph’s (Ind.) W vs. Indiana Central W at Earlham L Taylor L Franklin L at St. Mary’s (Ind.) W vs. Ft. Wayne Bible W vs. Tri-State W DePauw W IUPUI W Notre Dame W Marion W Anderson L Indiana Central L at Xavier W Marian L St. Joseph’s (Ind.) L Franklin W at Hanover

W vs. Georgetown (Ky.) W at IUPUI L vs. St. Francis (Ind.) W St. Mary of the Woods L Indianapolis Club Team W at Marian W at DePauw State Tournament L vs. St. Joseph’s (Ind.) L vs. Franklin (Scores not available for the 1978 season; five matches not included) 1979 Head Coach: Eugenia Kriebel Record: 12-22 Res. Opponent Score L at St. Joseph’s (Ind.) L Indiana Central L Vincennes L at Franklin L at St. Joseph’s (Ind.) W at Taylor L at Marion W at Notre Dame W Indiana State L Valparaiso L IUPUI L at Hanover W Marion L Marian L Oakland City W at DePauw L at Marian W at Indiana Central L Franklin W Anderson Earlham Invitational L vs. Indiana Tech W vs. Hanover L vs. Vincennes L IUPUI L Ball State W Manchester L Indiana Tech W at Marian L at Franklin L at Evansville AIAW State Tournament W vs. Vincennes W vs. Marian L vs. St. Joseph’s (Ind.) L vs. Franklin (Scores not available for the 1979 season) 1980 Head Coach: Eugenia Kriebel Record: 27-17 Res. Opponent Score W Oakland City W St. Joseph’s (Ind.) Taylor Invitational W vs. Indiana State L vs. Indiana Tech L vs. Evansville L at Taylor L vs. St. Joseph’s (Ind.) L at Taylor W vs. Taylor L at Indiana Central W Marian L IUPUI W Indiana Central W Marion W DePauw L Franklin W Evansville L Indiana Tech L at Franklin W at Vincennes Valparaiso Invitational W vs. Earlham L vs. Northeastern Illinois L vs. George Williams W at Valparaiso W vs. Purdue-Calumet

W vs. Northeastern Illinois L vs. George Williams W at IUPUI W at Anderson L St. Joseph’s (Ind.) W Marian Earlham Invitational W vs. Franklin W vs. Hanover W vs. IUPUI W vs. Hanover L vs. Franklin W at Huntington W at Defiance W vs. Spring Arbor AIAW State Tournament W vs. Indiana State-Evansville W vs. St. Joseph’s (Ind.) L vs. Indiana Tech W vs. St. Joseph’s (Ind.) L vs. Indiana Tech (Scores not available for the 1980 season) 1981 Head Coach: Eugenia Kriebel Record: 29-17 Res. Opponent Score L at Indiana Central 0-2 L vs. Vincennes 1-2 Wright State Raider Invitational L vs. Lake Superior State 0-2 L vs. Dayton 0-2 W vs. Kentucky State 2-1 L vs. Mt. St. Joseph’s 1-2 W Marion 2-1 W St. Francis (Ind.) 2-0 W St. Joseph’s (Ind.) 2-0 W Franklin 2-1 W Manchester 2-0 W Marian 2-0 Indianapolis City Tournament W Marian 2-0 W Indiana Central 2-1 W IUPUI 2-0 Loyola-Lakefront Invitational L at Loyola 0-2 W vs. St. Ambrose 2-0 L vs. SE Missouri State 1-2 L vs. NW Missouri State 1-2 W at DePauw 2-0 W vs. Notre Dame 2-0 W at Marian 2-0 W vs. Vincennes 2-1 W Huntington 3-0 L at Oakland City 1-2 W vs. Indiana State-Evansville 2-1 W Notre Dame 3-0 W at Hanover 2-0 W vs. MacMurray 2-0 L at Anderson 1-2 W vs. St. Mary of the Woods 2-0 W vs. Grace 2-0 L at Ball State 0-2 L at Franklin 2-3 L at St. Joseph’s (Ind.) 2-3 W IUPUI 2-1 W Evansville 2-0 W Valparaiso 2-1 W Goshen 2-1 W Bellarmine 2-0 L Evansville 0-2 L Franklin 0-3 AIAW State Tournament W vs. Indiana Central 2-1 W vs. St. Francis (Ind.) 2-1 L vs. St. Joseph’s (Ind.) 0-2 L vs. Evansville 0-2

1982 Head Coach: Eugenia Kriebel Record: 12-16-1 Res. Opponent Score Wright State Invitational W vs. Marshall 2-1 L at Wright State 0-2 L vs. Milwaukee 0-2 W vs. St. Joseph’s (Ind.) 2-1 W vs. Siena Heights 2-0 W at St. Francis (Ind.) 2-1 L Franklin 1-2 Indianapolis City Tournament W Marian 2-0 L Indiana Central 0-2 W IUPUI 2-1 St. Louis Invitational L vs. Tennessee-Chattanooga 1-2 W vs. Evangel 2-0 L vs. Nebraska-Omaha 0-2 L Indiana 0-2 W Valparaiso 3-1 L at St. Joseph’s (Ind.) 1-3 W at Manchester 3-0 L at Franklin 0-2 L vs. Dayton 1-3 George Williams Invitational W vs. Augustana (Ill.) 2-0 L vs. Elmhurst 1-2 L vs. Illinois Benedictine 1-2 W at George Williams 2-0 W vs. Concordia 2-1 T vs. North Central 1-1 L vs. Illinois Benedictine 1-2 L Indiana State 0-2 L Bradley 1-2 1983 Head Coach: Jona Braden Record: 14-24, 3-5 NSC Res. Opponent Score Mt. St. Joseph’s Tournament L vs. Wright State 0-3 L at Mt. St. Joseph’s 0-3 L vs. Indiana State-Evansville 1-3 L Notre Dame* 2-3 L Dayton* 0-3 L at Loyola* 1-3 W St. Francis (Ind.) 3-1 L at Marion 1-2 W vs. IUPUI 2-1 L Franklin 2-3 W Goshen 3-0 L Evansville* 1-3 Indiana Central Tournament L at Indiana Central 0-2 L vs. IUPUI 0-2 L vs. Marian 0-2 Xavier Tournament L vs. Dayton 0-2 L vs. Evansville 0-2 L vs. Franklin 0-2 L vs. Northern Kentucky 0-2 L at Franklin 0-3 W St. Joseph’s (Ind.) 3-0 W DePaul* 3-2 W Xavier* 3-2 W Marian 2-0 L at Bellarmine 2-3 L at Indiana Central 1-3 W Northern Kentucky 3-2 W at Manchester 2-0 W vs. St. Mary’s (Ind.) 2-0 L at IUPUI 2-3 W Indiana Central 3-1 George Williams Tournament W vs. Carthage 2-0 L vs. Elmhurst 1-2 L vs. Illinois Benedictine 1-2 L St. Louis* 2-3 W Valparaiso* 3-1 North Star Tournament (@Indianapolis, Ind.) W Valparaiso 3-0 L Loyola 0-3

1984 Head Coach: Jona Braden Record: 11-22, 4-4 NSC Res. Opponent Score Northern Illinois Tournament L vs. Minnesota 0-3 L at Northern Illinois 0-3 L vs. Indiana State 1-3 W at Dayton 3-2 L at Louisville 0-3 L at Kent State 0-3 L IP-Ft. Wayne 0-3 L Loyola* 0-3 W Mt. St. Joseph’s 3-1 Ball State Tournament L vs. Kansas State 0-3 L at Ball State 1-3 L vs. Valparaiso 0-3 L Eastern Illinois 2-3 L Xavier 0-3 W Valparaiso* 3-0 W Bellarmine 3-0 Akron Tournament L vs. Cleveland State 0-3 L at Akron 1-3 W vs. Robert Morris 3-0 L at Xavier* 1-3 W Dayton* 3-0 W Indiana State 3-2 W at Northern Kentucky 3-1 L Notre Dame* 0-3 W IUPUI 3-1 W at Evansville* 3-1 W at St. Louis* 3-0 L vs. Iowa State 1-3 L at DePaul* 0-3 L at UIC 1-3 L at Northern Iowa 0-3 L at Indiana Central 1-3 North Star Tournament (@Chicago, Ill.) L vs. DePaul 0-3

1986 Head Coach: Jona Braden Record: 23-10, 5-0 MCC Res. Opponent Score L at Indiana 0-3 W IUPUI 3-2 W IP-Ft. Wayne 3-1 Western Kentucky Invitational L vs. Tennessee 2-3 L vs. Memphis State 2-3 L at Western Kentucky 1-3 L vs. Mississippi State 2-3 L at Ball State 1-3 Bradley Invitational L vs. Notre Dame 2-3 L vs. Kansas 1-3 W vs. St. Louis 3-0 W at Bradley 3-1 L Miami (Ohio) 0-3 W Valparaiso 3-2 W at Dayton 3-0 Butler Quadrangular W Bradley 3-2 W Morehead State 3-1 L Michigan 0-3 W Indiana State 3-0 W Eastern Illinois 3-2 W at St. Louis* 3-2 W vs. Oral Roberts* 3-2 W at Franklin 3-1 W at Cincinnati 3-0 W Dayton 3-0 W Xavier* 3-0 W Evansville* 3-0 W at Indianapolis 3-0 W at Loyola* 3-2 W at Northern Illinois 3-2 MCC Tournament (@Evansville, Ind.) W vs. Xavier 3-0 W vs. Oral Roberts 3-0 W vs. Xavier 3-1

1985 Head Coach: Jona Braden Record: 24-10, 6-2 NSC Res. Opponent Score L at Illinois 0-3 W at IUPUI 3-2 Miami Tournament L at Miami (Ohio) 1-3 W vs. Temple 3-0 L at IP-Ft. Wayne 2-3 Hoosier Classic L at Purdue 0-3 L vs. Notre Dame* 1-3 L Ball State 0-3 Morehead St. Invitational W vs. Marshall 2-0 W at Morehead State 2-1 W vs. Clemson 2-0 W vs. Wake Forest 2-0 W vs. Evansville* 2-0 W at Indiana State 3-0 Butler Tournament W Western Illinois 3-0 W Evansville 3-2 L UIC 1-3 W Dayton* 3-0 L DePaul* 0-3 W at Notre Dame* 3-2 L at Loyola* 2-3 W at Eastern Illinois 3-1 W Xavier* 3-0 W Franklin 3-2 W at Valparaiso 3-0 W at Mt. St. Joseph’s 3-1 Butler Invitational W St. Louis 3-1 W Western Kentucky 3-0 W Akron 3-0 W Indiana Central 3-0 W at Dayton* 3-1 North Star Tournament (@St. Louis, Mo.) W at St. Louis 3-0 W vs. Notre Dame 3-1 L vs. DePaul 0-3

1987 Head Coach: Jona Braden Record: 16-15, 3-1 MCC Res. Opponent Score L at IUPUI 2-3 L at IP-FT. Wayne 0-3 L Indiana 0-3 DePaul Invitational W vs. Marquette 3-1 W vs. Mississippi 3-2 L vs. Eastern Illinois 0-3 L vs. Auburn 0-3 L Ball State 0-3 Bradley Invitational L vs. UIC 1-3 W at Bradley 3-1 L vs. Northern Iowa 0-3 Butler Invitational W Ohio 3-0 W Northern Illinois 3-1 W Akron 3-0 W Temple 3-1 L Cincinnati 0-3 L Notre Dame 0-3 L at Indiana State 2-3 W Valparaiso 3-0 L at Miami (Ohio) 0-3 L vs. St. Louis* 2-3 W at Loyola 3-0 W Franklin 3-1 L at Eastern Illinois 0-3 W at Xavier 3-0 W vs. Evansville 3-0 W Indianapolis 3-0 L Wright State 0-3 MCC Tournament (@Indianapolis, Ind.) W Evansville 3-0 W St. Louis 3-0 W Loyola 3-1

1988 Head Coach: Jona Braden Record: 29-7, 5-0 MCC Res. Opponent Score W IUPUI 3-2 L Michigan 2-3 W Indiana State 3-1 DePaul Invitational W vs. Marquette 3-1 W vs. Loyola 3-0 W vs. Bradley 3-0 W at DePaul 3-2 W vs. St. Louis 3-2 L at Ball State 0-3 W Louisville 3-1 Butler Invitational W Bradley 3-0 W Akron 3-1 W DePaul 3-0 W IP-Ft. Wayne 3-1 L at Notre Dame 0-3 W Valparaiso 3-0 W at Franklin 3-0 W at Cincinnati 3-2 UIC Invitational L at UIC 0-3 W vs. DePaul 3-1 L Miami (Ohio) 2-3 W at Evansville* 3-0 W vs. St. Louis* 3-1 W at Indianapolis 3-0 W Xavier* 3-0 W Dayton* 3-0 W Eastern Illinois 3-2 W at Loyola* 3-1 L at Northern Illinois 1-3 W at Wright State 3-2 W Toledo 3-0 W Western Kentucky 3-0 MCC Tournament (@Chicago, Ill.) W vs. Xavier 3-1 W at Loyola 3-0 W vs. Evansville 3-0 L vs. St. Louis 2-3

1990 Head Coach: Jona Braden Record: 23-12, 7-0 MCC Res. Opponent Score Georgia Invitational L at Georgia 0-3 L vs. Florida State 1-3 W vs. Alabama-Birmingham 3-1 L vs. Eastern Washington 1-3 W IUPUI 3-0 L Northern Illinois 0-3 W Indiana State 3-0 Ohio State Buckeye Invitational L at Ohio State 0-3 W vs. Kansas State 3-0 W vs. Toledo 3-0 L at Wright State 0-3 Butler Tournament W Missouri 3-0 W Ohio 3-1 W Western Illinois 3-1 L at Cincinnati 0-3 L Miami (Ohio) 0-3 W Eastern Illinois 3-2 W at DePaul 3-1 L vs. Central Michigan 2-3 W at UIC 3-2 W Evansville* 3-0 W at Marquette* 3-1 W at Loyola* 3-2 W St. Louis* 3-1 L Louisville 0-3 W at Notre Dame* 3-2 L at Ball State 0-3 W at Xavier* 3-1 W at Dayton* 3-2 Butler Invitational W Milwaukee 3-0 W Valparaiso 3-0 W Bradley 3-0 MCC Tournament (@Cincinnati, Ohio) W Evansville 3-2 W Notre Dame 3-0 L Dayton 0-3

1989 Head Coach: Jona Braden Record: 20-15, 6-0 MCC Res. Opponent Score W at IUPUI 3-0 L at Indiana State 0-3 Southern Illinois Saluki Invitational L at Southern Illinois 0-3 L vs. Oklahoma 0-3 L vs. Georgia 0-3 L UIC 2-3 Ohio Quadrangular W vs. James Madison 3-1 W vs. Dayton 3-1 W at Ohio 3-0 Bradley Triangular W vs. Marquette 3-0 W at Bradley 3-0 W at Valparaiso 3-0 Butler Invitational W Green Bay 3-0 L Wright State 0-3 W Indiana State 3-0 W Ball State 1-3 SW Missouri State Autumn Classic L vs. Arkansas State 1-3 L at SW Missouri State 1-3 L vs. Murray State 2-3 L Cincinnati 2-3 W at Xavier* 3-1 W at Dayton* 3-0 L at Eastern Illinois 1-3 W at Marquette* 3-0 W at Loyola* 3-2 L Notre Dame 0-3 Butler Triangular W Natl. College of Education 3-0 W Franklin 3-0 L at Louisville 0-3 W St. Louis* 3-1 W Evansville* 3-0 L at Miami (Ohio) 0-3 W DePaul 3-2 MCC Tournament (@St. Louis, Mo.) W vs. Loyola 3-2 L at St. Louis 0-3

1991 Head Coach: Linda Grensing Record: 16-17, 2-3 MCC Res. Opponent Score W at Indiana State 3-0 Butler Invitational W Green Bay 3-0 W Tennessee Tech 3-0 W Valparaiso 3-0 W Alabama-Birmingham 3-1 Bradley Invitational W at Bradley 3-2 W vs. Marquette 3-0 W at Western Illinois 3-1 L at Miami (Ohio) 1-3 UAB/Pizza Hut Invitational W vs. North Carolina State 3-2 L vs. Auburn 1-3 W vs. Eastern Kentucky 3-0 L at Alabama-Birmingham 1-3 W Cincinnati 3-1 SW Missouri State Autumn Classic L vs. Memphis State 1-3 L at SW Missouri State 0-3 W vs. Stephen F. Austin 3-2 L Ball State 0-3 L at Xavier* 0-3 W at Dayton* 3-0 W Louisville 3-1 L at Notre Dame* 0-3 L at Loyola* 1-3 W at Evansville 3-1 L at Northern Illinois 1-3 L DePaul 0-3 L Wright State 2-3 L at Eastern Illinois 0-3 Butler Tournament W Milwaukee 3-2 L Western Kentucky 0-3 L UIC 0-3 MCC Tournament (@Indianapolis, Ind.) W Dayton 3-1 L Notre Dame 0-3

1992 Head Coach: Sharon Dingman Record: 19-15, 4-3 MCC Res. Opponent Score Butler Invitational L Central Michigan 1-3 L Arkansas State 0-3 W Wright State 3-0 W Auburn 3-2 L at Miami (Ohio) 0-3 Tennessee Hilton Classic W Eastern Kentucky 3-0 L at Tennessee 0-3 W vs. Alabama-Birmingham 3-2 Northwestern Wildcat Invitational L at Northwestern 1-3 L vs. SE Missouri State 03Iowa State Invitational L at Iowa State 2-3 W vs. DePaul 3-2 W vs. Missouri-Kansas City 3-1 W Bradley 3-2 W Northeastern Illinois 3-0 W Eastern Illinois 3-0 Western Kentucky Hilltopper Classic L vs. Xavier 1-3 W at Western Kentucky 3-0 W vs. Austin Peay 3-1 L Indiana State 1-3 W Evansville* 3-0 L at Ball State 2-3 W Dayton* 3-0 L Xavier* 2-3 W Akron 3-0 L at Loyola* 2-3 L at Notre Dame* 1-3 W Valparaiso 3-1 W at La Salle* 3-0 W at Duquesne* 3-0 W at Cincinnati 3-0 L at Illinois State 0-3 MCC Tournament (@Pittsburgh, Penn.) W at Duquesne 3-0 L vs. Loyola 0-3 1993 Head Coach: Sharon Dingman Record: 26-14, 4-1 MCC Res. Opponent Score Butler Invitational W Milwaukee 3-0 L Central Michigan 1-3 W Wright State 3-0 W Western Kentucky 3-0 W Ohio 3-2 W at Indiana 3-1 Arkansas State Invitational W vs. Murray State 3-0 W at Arkansas State 3-0 L vs. Central Michigan 0-3 W vs. Mississippi State 3-0 L Illinois State 0-3 Mortar Board Purdue Premier W at Purdue 3-1 W vs. Syracuse 3-0 W vs. Murray State 3-0 Kentucky Conference Challenge L vs. Houston 1-3 L at Kentucky 1-3 L vs. Colorado 0-3 L at Indiana State 0-3 W Northeastern Illinois 3-0 W Ball State 3-1 W Cincinnati 3-1 W at Evansville* 3-0 W Valparaiso 3-0 W Kent State 3-0 W at Dayton 3-2 W at Xavier* 3-1 L Notre Dame* 0-3 W Loyola* 3-2 L Louisville 2-3 W La Salle* 3-0 L at Miami (Ohio) 0-3 Eastern Illinois Classic W vs. Indiana State 3-1 W at Eastern Illinois 3-2 W vs. Wright State 3-1 MCC Tournament (@Evansville, Ind.) W vs. Loyola 3-1 L vs. Notre Dame 0-3 NIVC Tournament (@Kansas City, Mo.) L vs. Baylor 2-3 L vs. Oregon State 0-3 W vs. Hartford 3-1 L vs. Central Florida 2-3

1994 Head Coach: Sharon Dingman Record: 18-14, 9-1 MCC Res. Opponent Score Colorado Invitational L vs. Brigham Young 0-3 L vs. Washington 1-3 L at Colorado 0-3 W at Indiana State 3-2 Iowa Hawkeye Classic L at Iowa 0-3 W vs. Miami (Ohio) 3-1 L vs. Cal Poly 0-3 L vs. Auburn 2-3 Ohio State Invitational W vs. Mississippi 3-0 L at Ohio State 0-3 W at Valparaiso 3-0 Butler Invitational W UNC-Greensboro 3-1 W Chicago State 3-0 W Dayton 3-1 L Indiana 1-3 W at La Salle* 3-0 W at Temple 3-1 L at Ball State 0-3 L at Louisville 0-3 W at Milwaukee* 3-0 W at Green Bay* 3-0 W Eastern Illinois 3-1 W at Loyola* 3-0 L at Notre Dame* 0-3 L Xavier* 1-3 W Northern Illinois* 3-2 W UIC* 3-0 L at Illinois State 1-3 W Cleveland State* 3-0 W Wright State* 3-1 MCC Tournament (@DeKalb, Ill.) W vs. UIC 3-0 L at Northern Illinois 0-3 1995 Head Coach: Sharon Dingman Record: 22-12, 11-3 MCC Res. Opponent Score Oregon State Sizzler Classic W vs. Boise State 3-2 L at Oregon State 0-3 W vs. Villanova 3-1 L vs. Fresno State 0-3 DePaul Revlon Invitational W vs. Western Illinois 3-0 W vs. Morehead State 3-1 W vs. Eastern Illinois 3-0 W at Eastern Illinois 3-0 Kentucky Conference Challenge L at Kentucky 1-3 L vs. Minnesota 0-3 W at Loyola* 3-0 L at Northern Illinois* 2-3 L at Indiana 0-3 W Milwaukee* 3-0 W Green Bay* 3-0 W at Dayton 3-0 W Cleveland State* 3-0 W Wright State* 3-0 W UIC* 3-0 W at Green Bay* 3-0 W at Milwaukee* 3-0 L Northern Illinois* 2-3 W Loyola* 3-1 L Ball State 0-3 L at Wright State* 2-3 W at Cleveland State* 3-0 L Miami (Ohio) 2-3 W at UIC* 3-2 W at Valparaiso 3-0 MCC Tournament (@DeKalb, Ill.) L vs. Loyola 0-3 NIVC Tournament (@Kansas City, Mo.) W vs. Michigan 3-0 L vs. San Diego 2-3 W vs. Massachusetts 3-0 W vs. Arkansas 3-0

1996 Head Coach: Sharon Dingman Record: 26-9, 10-4 MCC Res. Opponent Score Georgia Invitational L vs. Washington 0-3 L at Georgia 1-3 L vs. George Mason 0-3 St. Louis 7-Up Billiken Invitational W vs. SE Missouri State 3-1 W at St. Louis 3-1 W vs. Kansas 3-1 W vs. Alabama 3-0 W Indiana 3-2 Butler DoubleTree Classic W San Francisco 3-0 W Arkansas State 3-0 W Bowling Green 3-0 W Middle Tennessee State 3-0 American Armand’s Classic L vs. Wisconsin 0-3 W at American 3-0 W vs. Pittsburgh 3-2 W Valparaiso 3-0 W at UIC* 3-1 W Loyola* 3-2 L Northern Illinois* 2-3 L at Milwaukee* 2-3 W at Green Bay* 3-0 W Dayton 3-2 W at Cleveland State* 3-0 W at Wright State* 3-1 W UIC* 3-0 W at Ball State 3-2 W Green Bay* 3-0 W Milwaukee* 3-0 L at Northern Illinois* 1-3 L at Loyola* 1-3 W Wright State* 3-0 W Cleveland State* 3-0 MCC Tournament (@Indianapolis, Ind.) W Wright State 3-0 W Loyola 3-1 L Northern Illinois 1-3 1997 Head Coach: Sharon Dingman Record: 28-7, 11-1 MCC Res. Opponent Score SW Missouri State AmerUs Bear Challenge W vs. SE Missouri State 3-0 W vs. Western Illinois 3-0 W vs. St. Louis 3-0 W at SW Missouri State 3-0 Idaho Classic W at Idaho 3-0 W vs. Wyoming 3-0 W vs. Portland 3-0 Kansas Invitational W vs. Missouri-Kansas City 3-0 W vs. Toledo 3-0 W vs. Buffalo 3-1 W at Kansas 3-1 L Arkansas 1-3 Kentucky Conference Challenge W at Kentucky 3-0 L vs. Michigan State 0-3 W vs. Eastern Illinois 3-2 W at Loyola* 3-0 W at UIC* 3-0 L at Miami (Ohio) 1-3 W Milwaukee* 3-0 W Green Bay* 3-0 W at Wright State* 3-1 L at Dayton 0-3 W Cleveland State* 3-0 L Ball State 2-3 W at Green Bay* 3-1 L at Milwaukee* 2-3 W UIC* 3-0 W Loyola* 3-1 W IUPUI 3-0 W at Cleveland State* 3-1 W at Youngstown State 3-0 W Wright State* 3-0 MCC Tournament (@Chicago, Ill.) W at UIC 3-0 W vs. Loyola 3-0 NCAA Tournament (@Lincoln, Neb.) L vs. Michigan State 0-3

1998 Head Coach: Sharon Dingman Record: 13-15. 7-5 MCC Res. Opponent Score Ball State Nike/Lees Inn Challenge L vs. Wisconsin 0-3 L at Ball State 0-3 L vs. Arkansas 0-3 Butler DoubleTree Classic L Kansas 1-3 W Eastern Michigan 3-1 L Kentucky 1-3 L at Indiana 1-3 W at Purdue 3-1 W Toledo 3-0 L Milwaukee* 1-3 W Green Bay* 3-0 L at UIC* 2-3 L at Loyola* 1-3 L at Indiana State 1-3 W at Cleveland State* 3-0 L Dayton 1-3 W at Wright State* 3-1 W at Kent 3-0 L Loyola* 1-3 W UIC* 3-0 W Cleveland State* 3-1 W at IUPUI 3-1 W Wright State* 3-0 W at Cincinnati 3-2 W at Green Bay* 3-0 L at Milwaukee* 1-3 MCC Tournament (@Dayton, Ohio) L vs. Cleveland State 2-3 L at Louisville 0-3 1999 Head Coach: Sharon Dingman Record: 15-15, 5-7 MCC Res. Opponent Score W IUPUI 3-0 Arkansas Hampton Inn Invitational W vs. Drake 3-2 W vs. Louisiana-Lafayette 3-0 L vs. Oral Roberts 0-3 L vs. Arkansas 0-3 L Miami (Ohio) 1-3 DoubleTree SMU Invitational L at SMU 0-3 L vs. Baylor 0-3 L vs. UT-San Antonio 2-3 Florida University Centre Hotel Invitational L vs. UC Santa Barbara 0-3 W vs. Iowa State 3-0 W at Jacksonville 3-0 L at Loyola* 0-3 L at UIC* 1-3 L at Wright State* 1-3 W at Valparaiso 3-0 W Ball State 3-1 W Cleveland State* 3-1 W at Evansville 3-1 W at Green Bay* 3-1 L at Milwaukee 1-3 W UIC* 3-1 L Loyola* 1-3 W Indiana State 3-2 W Wright State* 3-0 L at Cleveland State* 1-3 L Milwaukee* 0-3 W Green Bay* 3-0 MCC Tournament (@Chicago, Ill.) W vs. Wright State 3-0 L vs. Milwaukee 1-3

2000 Head Coach: Sharon Clark Record: 18-12, 7-5 MCC Butler Invitational W Valparaiso 3-0 L DePaul 1-3 W Evansville 3-2 L at Ball State 0-3 Wichita State Tournament W at Wichita State 3-1 L vs. Montana 2-3 W vs. Louisiana Tech 3-0 W vs. Iowa State 3-1 Denver Invitational W vs. Marshall 3-0 W vs. Fresno State 3-2 L at Denver 1-3 L at IUPUI 2-3 W at Wright State* 3-1 W at Indiana State 3-2 W Cleveland State* 3-1 L at Milwaukee* 0-3 W at Green Bay* 3-1 L Loyola* 1-3 W UIC* 3-0 L at Dayton 2-3 W Wright State 3-1 W at Valparaiso 3-0 W at Cleveland State* 3-1 W Green Bay* 3-0 L Milwaukee* 2-3 L UIC* 1-3 L at Loyola* 1-3 MCC Tournament (Cleveland, Ohio) W vs. Green Bay 3-0 W vs. Milwaukee 3-2 L vs. Loyola 0-3 2001 Head Coach: Sharon Clark Record: 12-13, 6-8 Horizon League Butler/DoubleTree Invitational W Delaware 3-0 W Austin Peay 3-2 W Saint Louis 3-2 W North Carolina State 3-0 State Farm Fighting Illini Classic L at Illinois 0-3 L vs. Northern Illinois 0-3 W Cleveland State* 3-0 W Youngstown State* 3-1 L at Green Bay 1-3 L at Milwaukee 0-3 W UIC* 3-2 L Loyola* 2-3 L Wright State* 0-3 L at Kentucky 1-3 W at Cleveland State* 0-3 W at Youngstown State* 0-3 L Milwaukee* 1-3 W Green Bay* 3-2 W IUPUI 3-2 L at Loyola* 0-3 L UIC* 1-3 L IPFW 2-3 L at Wright State* 1-3 Horizon League Tournament (Milwaukee, Wis.) W UIC 3-0 L Loyola 2-3 2002 Head Coach: Sharon Clark Record: 15-20, 7-7 Horizon League Saint Louis Billiken Classic W Austin Peay 3-0 W Providence 3-0 L Saint Louis 2-3 L Montana State 2-3 Mortaboard Purdue Premier L Western Kentucky 0-3 W Delaware 3-1 L IPFW 1-3 L at Purdue 2-3 W Indiana State 3-2 L at Sacramento State 0-3 San Francisco Molten Golden Gate Classic L Washington State 0-3 W at San Francisco 3-0 W IPFW 3-0 Indiana Credit Union Classic L Louisville 1-3 L at Indiana 2-3 W Central Michigan 3-1 W Green Bay* 3-0

L Milwaukee* 0-3 L at UIC* 2-3 W at Loyola* 3-0 W at Wright State* 3-2 L Valparaiso 0-3 W Youngstown State* 3-2 W Cleveland State* 3-0 L at Milwaukee* 1-3 L at Green Bay* 1-3 L Loyola* 0-3 W UIC* 3-2 W Wright State* 3-1 L at Cleveland State* 1-3 W at Youngstown State* 3-0 Horizon League Tournament (Green Bay, Wis.) L Wright State 0-3 New Mexico Albuturkey Tournament L at New Mexico 0-3 L UCLA 1-3 W Rice 3-2 2003 Head Coach: Sharon Clark Record: 20-12, 9-5 Horizon League New Orleans-Wyndham Inv. W vs. Samford 3-2 W vs. Southeastern Louisiana 3-0 W at New Orleans 3-1 L at IPFW 2-3 Bearcat Inv. (Cincinnati, Ohio) W vs. New Mexico State 3-0 L at Cincinnati 0-3 W vs. Marshall 3-0 W at Miami (Ohio) 3-0 L Alabama 0-3 Butler Invitational (Indianapolis) W Southern Illinois 3-0 L San Francisco 1-3 W Appalachian State 3-0 L Dayton 0-3 L Illinois 0-3 W at Loyola* 3-0 W at UIC* 3-0 W at IUPUI 3-2 W Wright State* 3-2 W Cleveland State* 3-2 W Youngstown State* 3-0 L at Green Bay* 2-3 L at Milwaukee* 0-3 W UIC* 3-1 L Loyola* 2-3 W Purdue 3-2 L at Wright State* 1-3 W at Youngstown State* 3-1 W at Cleveland State* 3-2 L Milwaukee* 2-3 W Green Bay 3-0 Horizon League Tourney (Indianapolis) W Wright State 3-0 L Milwaukee 1-3 2004 Head Coach: Sharon Clark Record: 18-10, 12-2 Horizon League L at Purdue 1-3 Northern Illinois Invitational L vs. Washington 0-3 W at Northern Illinois 3-2 W at Dayton 3-0 Butler Invitational W Western Illinois 3-1 L Jacksonville State 2-3 L Bradley 2-3 W Saint Louis 3-1 Maryland Invitational W vs. Georgetown 3-0 L vs. Northern Arizona 0-3 L at Maryland 2-3 W at Wright State* 3-1 L Cincinnati 1-3 W at Cleveland State* 3-2 W at Youngstown State* 3-2 W Green Bay* 3-1 W Milwaukee* 3-2 W at UIC* 3-1 L at Loyola* 0-3 W Wright State* 3-0 W North Dakota State 3-0 W Youngstown State* 3-1 W Cleveland State* 3-0 L at Milwaukee* 1-3 W at Green Bay* 3-1 W Loyola* 3-0 W UIC* 3-0 Horizon League Tournament

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2005 Head Coach: Sharon Clark Record: 11-16, 6-8 Horizon League W Marian 3-0 W at Chicago State 3-0 Air Force Inv. (Colorado Springs, Colo.) W vs. SE Missouri State 3-0 L at Air Force 1-3 L vs. No. 10 Wisconsin 0-3 L Purdue 0-3 L at Bradley 0-3 L at Ball State 0-3 Cornell Inv. (Ithica, N.Y.) W vs. Colgate 3-1 W vs. LaSalle 3-1 L at Cornell 0-3 L IUPUI 0-3 W Cleveland State* 3-2 W Youngstown State* 3-2 L at Green Bay* 0-3 L at Milwaukee* 0-3 L UIC* 0-3 W Loyola* 3-1 L Wright State* 1-3 W at Youngstown State* 3-0 L at Cleveland State* 0-3 L Milwaukee* 0-3 W Green Bay* 3-2 L at Loyola* 0-3 W at UIC* 3-1 L at Wright State* 1-3 Horizon League Championship (Chicago, Ill.) L vs. Wright State 0-3 2006 Head Coach: Sharon Clark Record: 8-22, 3-11 Horizon League W at Marian 3-1 W Chicago State 3-0 Butler Invitational W Kennesaw State 3-0 L Army 1-3 W Evansville 3-2 W St. Joseph’s (Ind.) 3-0 Western Illinois Invitational L vs. Eastern Illinois 1-3 L at Western Illinois 0-3 L vs. DePaul 1-3 L at IUPUI 0-3 Courtyard by Marriott Classic (Tempe, Ariz.) L vs. Duke 0-3 L vs. Notre Dame 0-3 L at Arizona State 1-3 L at UIC* 0-3 L at Loyola* 1-3 L Ball State 0-3 L at Wright State* 0-3 L Cleveland State* 0-3 W Youngstown State* 3-0 L at Green Bay* 1-3 L at Milwaukee* 0-3 W Loyola* 3-2 L UIC* 1-3 L IPFW 1-3 L Wright State* 2-3 W at Youngstown State* 3-1 L at Cleveland State* 0-3 L Milwaukee* 0-3 L Green Bay* 2-3 Horizon League Championship (Dayton, Ohio) L UIC 0-3

2007 Head Coach: Sharon Clark Record: 14-15, 7-9 Horizon League Orange and Green Challenge (Coral Gables, Fla.) W vs. Jacksonville 3-1 L vs. Hofstra 2-3 L at Miami (Fla.) 1-3 L at Xavier 0-3 Butler Invitational (Indianapolis, Ind.) W Tennessee Tech 3-1 L Utah Valley 0-3 L Northern Illinois 1-3 West Virginia Classic (Morgantown, W.Va.) W vs. East Tennessee State 3-0 W at West Virginia 3-0 W vs. Indiana State 3-0 W Youngstown State* 3-2 L Cleveland State* 1-3 L at Milwaukee* 0-3 W at Green Bay* 3-2 W Chicago State 3-0 L Valparaiso* 1-3 W at Loyola* 3-2 L at UIC* 2-3 L at Wright State* 0-3 L at Cleveland State* 0-3 W at Youngstown State* 3-2 L at Valparaiso* 1-3 W UMKC 3-0 L Wright State* 2-3 W UIC* 3-0 W Loyola* 3-1 W Green Bay* 3-2 L Milwaukee* 0-3 Horizon League Championship (Milwaukee, Wis.) L vs. Valparaiso 0-3 2008 Head Coach: Sharon Clark Record: 19-11, 8-8 Horizon League Res. Opponent Score Sun Bowl Classic W at UTEP 3-1 L vs. Oral Roberts 0-3 W vs. NJIT 3-0 W Marian 3-0 Kennesaw State Owls Challenge W vs. Austin Peay 3-1 W vs. Loyola (Md.) 3-1 W at Kennesaw State 3-0 W Indiana State 3-1 Buffalo Ramada Invitational W vs. Md.-Eastern Shore 3-2 W vs. Maine 3-0 W at Buffalo 3-1 L IUPUI 2-3 W Valparaiso* 3-0 L at Milwaukee* 1-3 W at Green Bay* 3-2 W Youngstown State* 3-2 W Cleveland State* 3-0 L at Wright State* 1-3 L Loyola* 1-3 W UIC* 3-0 L at Valparaiso* 1-3 W Green Bay* 3-2 W Milwaukee* 3-1 L at Cleveland State* 0-3 W at Youngstown State* 3-2 L at UIC* 0-3 L at Loyola* 0-3 L Wright State* 2-3 Horizon League Championship (Cleveland, Ohio) W vs. Loyola 3-1 L vs. Milwaukee 2-3

2009 Head Coach: Sharon Clark Record: 21-14, 10-6 Horizon League IPFW Tournament 8/28/09 vs. Drake W, 3-0 8/28/09 at IPFW L, 3-0 8/29/09 vs. Eastern Illinois W, 3-0 8/29/09 vs. Kent State W, 3-0 9/3/09 at Chicago State W, 3-0 Marquette Tournament 9/4/09 vs. Austin Peay L, 3-0 9/4/09 at Marquette L, 3-1 9/5/09 vs. Binghamton W, 3-0 9/5/09 vs. Texas State W, 3-0 9/9/09 at IUPUI L, 3-2 Winthrop Invitational 9/11/09 vs. NC Central W, 3-0 9/12/09 vs. Appalachian State W, 3-0 9/12/09 at Winthrop L, 3-1 9/17/09 at Youngstown State* W, 3-0 Kent State Mizuno Open 9/18/09 vs. Utah State L, 3-1 9/18/09 vs. Robert Morris W, 3-0 9/19/09 at Kent State L, 3-2 9/25/09 CLEVELAND STATE* W, 3-2 9/26/09 WRIGHT STATE* W, 3-0 10/2/09 at Valparaiso* L, 3-0 10/3/09 ALABAMA A&M W, 3-0 10/6/09 MILWAUKEE* W, 3-0 10/7/09 GREEN BAY* W, 3-0 10/10/09 at UIC* L, 3-0 10/11/09 at Loyola* L, 3-2 10/17/09 YOUNGSTOWN ST.* W, 3-0 10/23/09 at Wright State* W, 3-1 10/24/09 at Cleveland State* L, 3-0 10/28/09 at Indiana State W, 3-0 10/30/09 VALPARAISO* W, 3-1 11/6/09 LOYOLA* W, 3-2 11/7/09 UIC* W, 3-2 11/13/09 at Green Bay* L, 3-0 11/14/09 at Milwaukee* L, 3-1 Horizon League Championship (Cleveland, Ohio) 11/20/09 vs. UIC L, 3-1

All-Time Records vs. Opponents Last Opponent Record Win Air Force Acdemy ............ 0-1 ...........N/A Akron ............................... 4-1 ........ 1992 Alabama .......................... 1-1 ........ 1996 Alabama A&M .................. 1-0 ........ 2009 Alabama-Birmingham ...... 3-1 ........ 1992 American ......................... 1-0 ........ 1996 Anderson ......................... 5-3 ........ 1980 Appalachian State ........... 2-0 ........ 2009 Arkansas.......................... 1-3 ........ 1995 Arkansas State ................ 2-2 ........ 1996 Auburn ............................. 1-3 ........ 1992 Augustana (Ill.) ................ 1-0 ........ 1982 Austin Peay ..................... 4-1 ........ 2008 Arizona State ................... 0-1 ...........N/A Army ................................ 0-1 ...........N/A Ball State ........................ 4-17 ....... 1999 Baylor .............................. 0-2 ...........N/A Bellarmine........................ 2-1 ........ 1984 Binghamton ..................... 1-0 ........ 2009 Boise State ...................... 1-0 ........ 1995 Bowling Green ................. 1-0 ........ 1996 Bradley ............................ 9-3 ........ 1992 Brigham Young ................ 0-1 ...........N/A Buffalo ............................. 2-0 ........ 2008 Cal Los Angeles............... 0-1 ........ 2002 Cal Poly ........................... 0-1 ...........N/A Cal Santa Barbara ........... 0-1 ...........N/A Carthage .......................... 1-0 ........ 1983 Central Florida ................. 0-1 ...........N/A Central Michigan.............. 1-4 ........ 2002 Chicago State .................. 5-0 ........ 2009 Cincinnati ......................... 6-5 ........ 1998 Clemson .......................... 1-0 ........ 1985 Cleveland State ............. 22-11 ...... 2009 Colgate ............................ 1-0 ........ 2005 Colorado .......................... 0-2 ...........N/A Concordia ........................ 1-0 ........ 1982 Cornell ............................. 0-1 ...........N/A Dayton ............................ 18-9 ....... 2004 Defiance .......................... 1-0 ........ 1980 Delaware ......................... 2-0 ........ 2002 Denver ............................. 0-1 ...........N/A DePaul ............................. 7-7 ........ 1992 DePauw ........................... 7-2 ........ 1981 Drake ............................... 2-0 ........ 2009 Duke ................................ 0-1 ...........N/A Duquesne ........................ 2-0 ........ 1992 Earlham ........................... 4-0 ........ 1980 Eastern Illinois ................ 11-6 ....... 2009 Eastern Kentucky ............ 2-0 ........ 1992 Eastern Michigan ............. 1-0 ........ 1998 Eastern Washington ........ 0-1 ...........N/A East Tennessee State...... 1-0 ........ 2007 Elmhurst .......................... 0-1 ........ 1982 Evangel............................ 1-0 ........ 1982 Evansville ....................... 19-6 ....... 2006 Florida State .................... 0-1 ...........N/A Ft. Wayne Bible ............... 1-0 ........ 1978 Franklin ........................... 8-18 ....... 1989 Fresno State .................... 1-1 ........ 2000 George Mason ................. 0-1 ...........N/A George Williams .............. 1-2 ........ 1982 Georgetown (Ky.)............. 1-0 ........ 1978 Georgetown ..................... 1-0 ........ 2004 Georgia ............................ 0-3 ...........N/A Goshen ............................ 2-0 ........ 1983 Grace ............................... 2-1 ........ 1981 Green Bay ...................... 27-7 ....... 2009 Hanover ........................... 7-1 ........ 1981 Hartford............................ 1-0 ........ 1993 Hofstra ............................. 0-1 ...........N/A Houston ........................... 0-1 ...........N/A Huntington ....................... 2-1 ........ 1981 Idaho................................ 1-0 ........ 1997 Illinois............................... 0-3 ...........N/A Illinois Benedictine ........... 0-3 ...........N/A Illinois State ..................... 0-3 ...........N/A Indiana ............................. 2-7 ........ 1996 Indiana State .................. 16-6 ....... 2009 Indiana State-Evansville .. 2-1 ........ 1981 Indiana Tech .................... 1-7 ........ 1977

Last Opponent Record Win Iowa State........................1-0. ....... 2000 IPFW................................ 3-8 ........ 2002 IUPUI ............................. 22-12 ...... 2003 Indianapolis .................... 14-8 ....... 1988 Indianapolis Club ............. 1-0 ........ 1978 Iowa ................................. 0-1 ...........N/A Iowa State........................ 1-2 ........ 1999 Jacksonville ..................... 2-0 ........ 2007 Jacksonville State ............ 0-1 ...........N/A James Madison ............... 1-0 ........ 1989 Kansas............................. 2-2 ........ 1997 Kansas State ................... 1-1 ........ 1990 Kennesaw State .............. 2-0 ........ 2008 Kent State ........................ 3-2 ........ 2009 Kentucky .......................... 1-4 ........ 1997 Kentucky State ................ 1-0 ........ 1981 La Salle............................ 4-0 ........ 2005 Lake Superior State ......... 0-1 ...........N/A Louisiana-Lafayette ......... 1-0 ........ 1999 Louisiana Tech................. 1-0 ........ 2000 Louisville .......................... 2-7 ........ 1991 Loyola (Chicago) ........... 27-30 ...... 2009 Loyola-Md. ....................... 1-0 ........ 2008 MacMurray....................... 1-0 ........ 1981 Maine ............................... 1-0 ........ 2008 Manchester ...................... 4-1 ........ 1983 Marian............................. 16-5 ....... 2008 Marion (Ind. Wesleyan) ... 7-1 ........ 1983 Marquette ........................ 6-1 ........ 1991 Marshall ........................... 4-0 ........ 2003 Maryland .......................... 0-1 ...........N/A Maryland-Eastern Shore.. 1-0 ........ 2008 Massachusetts................. 1-0 ........ 1995 Memphis .......................... 0-2 ...........N/A Miami (Fla.)...................... 0-1 ...........N/A Miami (Ohio) ................... 2-12 ....... 2003 Michigan .......................... 1-2 ........ 1995 Michigan State ................. 0-2 ...........N/A Middle Tenn. State ........... 1-0 ........ 1996 Milwaukee...................... 12-27 ...... 2009 Minnesota ........................ 0-2 ...........N/A Mississippi ....................... 2-0 ........ 1994 Mississippi State .............. 1-1 ........ 1993 Missouri ........................... 1-0 ........ 1990 Montana........................... 0-1 ...........N/A Montana State ................. 0-1 ........ 2003 Morehead State ............... 3-0 ........ 1995 Mt. St. Joseph’s ............... 2-2 ........ 1985 Murray State .................... 2-1 ........ 1993 Nat. Coll. of Education ..... 1-0 ........ 1989 Nebraska-Omaha ............ 0-1 ...........N/A New Mexico ..................... 0-1 ...........N/A New Mexico State............ 1-0 ........ 2003 New Orleans .................... 1-0 ........ 2003 NJIT ................................. 1-0 ........ 2008 North Carolina Central ..... 1-0 ........ 2009 North Carolina State ........ 2-0 ........ 2001 UNC-Greensboro............. 1-0 ........ 1994 North Central ..................0-0-1 .........N/A North Dakota State .......... 1-0 ........ 2004 Northeastern Illinois ......... 3-1 ........ 1993 Northern Arizona.............. 0-1 ...........N/A Northern Illinois............... 4-14 ....... 2004 Northern Iowa .................. 0-2 ...........N/A Northern Kentucky ........... 2-1 ........ 1984 NW Missouri State ........... 0-1 ...........N/A Northwestern ................... 0-1 ...........N/A Notre Dame .................... 9-14 ....... 1990 Oakland City .................... 1-2 ........ 1980 Ohio ................................. 4-0 ........ 1993 Ohio State........................ 0-2 ...........N/A Oklahoma ........................ 0-1 ...........N/A Oral Roberts .................... 2-2 ........ 1986 Oregon State ................... 0-2 ...........N/A Pittsburgh ........................ 1-0 ........ 1996 Portland ........................... 1-0 ........ 1997 Providence....................... 1-0 ........ 2002 Purdue ............................. 3-4 ........ 2003 Purdue-Calumet .............. 2-0 ........ 1980 Rice ................................. 1-0 ........ 2002 Robert Morris ................... 2-0 ........ 2009

All-Time Coaching Records Pct. Conf. Pct. Finish Coach

Year Overall 1975 9-5 1976 17-6 1977 12-9 1978 21-13 1979 12-22 1980 27-17 1981 29-17 1982 12-16-1 8 Years 139-105-1

.643 .739 .571 .618 .353 .614 .630 .429 .569

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1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 8 Years

14-24 11-22 24-10 23-10 16-15 29-7 20-15 23-12 160-115

.368 .333 .706 .697 .516 .806 .571 .657 .582

3-5 4-4 6-2 5-0 3-1 5-0 6-0 7-0 39-12

.375 .500 .750 1.000 .750 1.000 1.000 1.000 .765

N/A N/A 4th N/A T-1st 1st 1st 1st

Jona Braden Jona Braden Jona Braden Jona Braden Jona Braden Jona Braden Jona Braden Jona Braden

1991 1 Year

16-17 16-17

.485 .485

2-3 2-3

.400 .400

T-4th

Linda Grensing

1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 8 Years

19-15 26-14 18-14 22-12 26-9 28-7 13-15 15-15 167-101

.559 .650 .563 .611 .743 .800 .464 .500 .623

4-3 4-1 8-2 11-3 10-4 11-1 7-5 5-7 60-25

.571 .800 .800 .786 .714 .917 .583 .417 .706

T-3rd 2nd T-2nd 2nd T-2nd T-1st 3rd 5th

Sharon Dingman Sharon Dingman Sharon Dingman Sharon Dingman Sharon Dingman Sharon Dingman Sharon Dingman Sharon Dingman

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 10 Yrs.

18-12 12-13 15-20 20-12 18-10 11-16 8-22 14-15 19-11 21-14 156-145

.600 .480 .429 .625 .643 .407 .267 .483 .633 .600 .518

7-5 6-8 7-7 9-5 12-2 6-8 3-11 7-9 8-8 10-6 75-69

.583 .429 .500 .643 .857 .429 .214 .438 .500 .625 .521

3rd 5th T-3rd 4th 2nd T-5th 7th 5th 5th 4th

Sharon Clark Sharon Clark Sharon Clark Sharon Clark Sharon Clark Sharon Clark Sharon Clark Sharon Clark Sharon Clark Sharon Clark

Totals

638-483-1

.569

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176-110 .615

Eugenia Kriebel Eugenia Kriebel Eugenia Kriebel Eugenia Kriebel Eugenia Kriebel Eugenia Kriebel Eugenia Kriebel Eugenia Kriebel

35 Years

(Conference finishes not available in 1983-84; no standings kept in 1986; Butler competed in the North Star Conference from 1983-85, has competed in the Midwestern Collegiate Conference from 1986-2000, which was re-named the Horizon League on June 4, 2001).

St. Ambrose ..................... 1-0 ........ 1981 St. Francis (Ind.) .............. 5-1 ........ 1983 St. Joseph’s (Ind.)........... 8-13 ....... 2006 St. Mary’s (Ind.) ............... 1-1 ........ 1983 St. Mary of the Woods ..... 4-0 ........ 1981 St. Louis.......................... 14-5 ....... 2004 Sacramento State ............ 0-1 ...........N/A Samford ........................... 1-0 ........ 2003 San Diego ........................ 0-1 ...........N/A San Francisco.................. 2-1 ........ 2002 Siena Heights .................. 1-0 ........ 1982 SE Missouri State ............ 3-2 ........ 2005 Southeastern Louisiana ... 1-0 ........ 2003 Southern Illinois ............... 1-1 ........ 2003 Southern Methodist ......... 0-1 ...........N/A SW Missouri State ........... 1-2 ........ 1997 Spring Arbor..................... 1-0 ........ 1980 Stephen F. Austin............. 1-0 ........ 1991 Syracuse.......................... 1-0 ........ 1993 Taylor ............................... 3-6 ........ 1980 Temple ............................. 3-0 ........ 1994 Tennessee ....................... 0-2 ...........N/A Tennessee Tech............... 2-0 ........ 2007 UT-Chattanooga .............. 0-1 ...........N/A Texas-El Paso.................. 1-0 ........ 2008 Texas-San Antonio........... 0-1 ...........N/A Texas State ...................... 1-0 ........ 2009 Toledo .............................. 4-0 ........ 1998 Tri-State ........................... 1-0 ........ 1978

UIC ................................ 24-19 ...... 2009 UMKC .............................. 3-0 ........ 2007 Utah State........................ 0-1 ...........N/A Utah Valley ...................... 0-1 ...........N/A Valparaiso ....................... 23-8 ....... 2009 Villanova .......................... 1-0 ........ 1995 Vincennes ........................ 3-3 ........ 1981 Wake Forest .................... 1-0 ........ 1985 Washington ...................... 0-3 ...........N/A Washington State ............ 0-1 ...........N/A West Virginia ................... 1-0 ........ 2007 Western Illinois ................ 6-1 ........ 2004 Western Kentucky ........... 4-3 ........ 1993 Winthrop .......................... 0-1 ...........N/A Wisconsin ........................ 0-2 ...........N/A Wichita State ................... 1-0 ....... 2000 Wisconsin ........................ 0-1 ...........N/A Wright State ................... 25-21 ...... 2009 Wyoming.......................... 1-0 ........ 1997 Xavier ............................. 11-9 ....... 1993 Youngstown State ........... 19-0 ....... 2009


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