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2011 MOCS VOLLEYBALL

“A NEW DIRECTION” UNDER HEAD COACH TRAVIS FILAR

TEAM VALUES: - We Are A Family - We Are Well Led - We Work Hard - We Are Competitive - We Are Present - We Are Honest - We Are Prepared - We Are Thankful - We Are Accountable - We Are Compassionate

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Official School Name:

The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Preferred Name: Chattanooga Abbreviated From: UTC Nickname: Mocs Primary Logo:

General Information

Nickname...................................................... Mocs Mascot ......................................................Scrappy Location..................................Chattanooga, Tenn. Founded........................................................ 1886 Enrollment................................................. 10,526 Colors .. Navy (295), Old Gold (124) & Silver (429) Arena (Capacity).................Maclellan Gym (4,177) NCAA Affiliation......................................Division I Conference......................Southern/North Division Chancelloir...................................Dr. Roger Brown NCAA Faculty Representative..... Dr. Michael Jones

Coaching Staff

Head Coach................. Travis Filar (Furman, 2000) Record at School (years).............0-0 (First) Overall Record (years).................0-0 (First) Assistant Coach...........Savanah Parra (Ohio, 2003) Assistant Coach.....Taylor Wittmer (Indiana, 2010) Volunteer Assistant...............................Duane Hill 2010 Overall Record.....................................12-20 SoCon Record/Finish.............................7-9 Starters Returning/Lost...................4+L/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost............11/3 Newcomers......................................................... 3

Athletics Communications

Director............................................Jay Blackman Volleyball Contact...............................Nate Blythe Office Phone......................(423) 425-2116 Cell Phone.........................(772) 240-8742 E-mail............. Nate-Blythe@mocs.utc.edu Website............................................. GoMocs.com Twitter ......................................................GoMocs Facebook...................................ChattanoogaMocs

Mocs Mission

We guide, encourage and support our studentathletes in their quest for comprehensive excellence - academically, athletically and socially. Above all else, we prepare students for productive and meaningful lives.

Credits

The 2011 Chattanooga Volleyball Media is a production of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Athletics Communications office, Jay Blackman, Director. The guide was written, designed and edited by Nate Blythe, Assistant. Editorial Contributions: Blackman, Jim Horten and Anne Wehunt. Special thanks to the UTC Office of University Relations for its contributions to the development of this publication Photography by David Humber (cover), Mark Gowin, Sideline Sports, WG Sports, Dale Rutemeyer, Frank Mattia, Blackman, Blythe, Horton, Wehunt and Athletics Communications archives. The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga is an equal opportunity/affirmative action/Title VI/ Section 504/ADA/ADEA institution.

On the Cover

FRONT: The 2011 team infront of Maclellan Gym. INSDIE FRONT: A New Direction - Travis Filar INSIDE BACK: Meet the Mocs by class. BACK: 2011 schedule with the team. Design of the covers by Nate Blythe.

Mocs Core Values

Six core values guide and govern our actions at all times. Integrity: We can be counted upon to ‘do the right thing.’ Respect: We treat ourselves and others with dignity and respect. Positive Attitude: We expect the best of ourselves and others. Premier Service: We work together to take care of people. Accountability: We are an important part of a great team. Continuous Improvement: We are always learning and seeking a ‘better way.’

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Team Information

The University..................................................2-3 The Scenic City.................................................4-5 Maclellan Gym.................................................6-7 Academics........................................................... 8 Lawson Center.................................................... 9 Sports Medicine................................................ 10 Media Spotlight................................................ 11 Mocs Success................................................12-13 What’s A Moc?................................................... 14 2011 Outlook...............................................15-18 Player Bios...................................................19-31 Ellie Kuhn.............................................. 19 Meagan Ernd......................................... 20 Heather Parman.................................... 21 Paula Passmore..................................... 22 Christina Teter........................................ 23 Julie Barnes........................................... 24 Bridget Camacho................................... 25 Aneisha Christie..................................... 26 Andrea Johnson..................................... 27 Tess Kosycarz......................................... 28 Jennifer Kuoski...................................... 29 Jessi Blackstock..................................... 30 Melissa Green........................................ 30 Kasey Talley........................................... 31 Head Coach Travis Filar.................................32-33 Assistant Coach Savanah Parra.......................... 34 Assistant Coach Taylor Wittmer......................... 35 Volunteer Assistant Duane Hill.......................... 36 Support Staff..................................................... 37 2010 Recap....................................................... 38 2010 Stats......................................................... 39 2010 SoCon Rewind.......................................... 40 2011 Opponent Directory.................................. 41 Records........................................................42-53 Chancellor Roger Brown.................................... 54 Director of Athletics Rick Hart........................... 55 Media Information............................................ 56

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CHATTANOOGA THE UNIVERSITY

FOUNDERS HALL

FLETCHER HALL If you look around the campus of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, you will find a message chiseled for eternity into the stone of our structures. “We Shall Achieve” A bold commitment that guides us in everything we do, and tells the world what to expect from our campus. At the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, we achieve, and so will you.

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LUPTON LIBRARY

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Achieving a goal doesn’t always come easy. UTC students are challenged through a rigorous liberal arts based general education and state-of-the-art cirricula in their majors. Our faculty members hold world-class credentials in teaching, research and creative endeavors and pass this experience to students. Tutoring and other academic support assist student success. Your future is worth the effort.

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UNIVERSITY FAST FACTS

Founded...............................1886 Enrollment.........................10,781 Undergraduate.................9,239 Graduate.........................1,542 Chancellor............ Dr. Roger Brown Degree Programs.......................91 Certificate.............................19 Baccalaureate.......................50 Master’s................................18 Specialist’s..............................1 Doctorate................................3 Avg. Undergrad Age................22.0 Website............................ UTC.edu Phone...................(423) 425-4111

HERITAGE PLAZA

THE STUDENT PARK AT UTC

UTC is one of the fastest growing campuses in Tennessee, with enrollment surpassing 10,000 in 2010. Here are some of the significant opportunities UTC has to offer: • UTC established the SimCenter: National Center for Computational Engineering in 2007. The SimCenter provides computer simulations to solve problems for industry and government while offering research programs. • UTC’s College of Business has ranked among the best in the nation by both BusinessWeek and the Princeton Review. Our programs are among the elite 10% nationwide to receive Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International accreditation. • UTC’s School of Nursing has received more than $3 million in grants the past three years to support nursing education and bring new skills to our students. • Our Teacher Preparation Academy has been chosen by the Carnegie Foundation as a “Teachers for a New Era” institution, acknowledging our teacher licensure programs as among the best in the nation and a model for other universities.

UTC PLACE

LANSING COURT AND THE UNIVERSITY CENTER

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UTC COLLEGE OF BUSINESS

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CHATTANOOGA THE SCENIC CITY

HUNTER MUSEUM OF AMERICAN ART

WALNUT STREET BRIDGE • You will be impressed by Chattanooga’s revitalized Riverfront that includes a 10-mile Riverwalk; The Passage, a celebration of Chattanooga’s Native American heritage, and the Chattanooga Pier. • Cruise down the Tennessee River aboard the Southern Belle Riverboat and see why Chattanooga is nicknamed the “Scenic City of the South.” • Take a walking tour of the charming Bluff View Arts District with its shops, restaurants and the Hunter Museum of American Art. • The Walnut Street Bridge, connecting the Bluff View Arts District and downtown with the North Shore District and Coolidge Park, is one of the longest pedestrian bridges in the world.

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THE SOUTHERN BELLE RIVERBOAT

THE TENNESSEE AQUARIUM AND CHATTANOOGA’S RIVERFRONT PARK

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CHATTANOOGA FAST FACTS

Founded...............................1838 City Population................169,884 Metro Area Population.....514,568 Altitude (Downtown).......... 675 ft. Avg. Summer Temp...............77 (F) Avg. Winter Temp.................42 (F) Time Zone......................... Eastern Size.................................135 sqm. • Chattanooga is the fourth Largest City in Tennessee. • The Chattanooga Bakery is the home of the Moon Pie. • Actor Samuel L. Jackson grew up in Chattanooga where he attended Riverside High School.

ROCK CITY

• Discover the Tennessee Aquarium with its two underwater worlds: River Journey and the new Ocean Journey. You will see tiny seahorses, impressive Beluga sturgeon, fierce sharks and playful otters. • Visit Rock City where you can see seven states from one spot. • Located over 1120 feet beneath the surface, Ruby Falls is the nation’s largest and deepest waterfall open to the public. • Lookout Mountain’s Incline Railway travels up a 72.7% grade, making it the steepest passenger railway in the world.

INCLINE RAILWAY

RUBY FALLS

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MACLELLAN GYM “BIG MAC”

Maclellan Gymnasium is home to the four-time SoCon tournament champion Lady Mocs volleyball team. The 24-time Southern Conference champion Mocs wrestling team also call “Big Mac” home. The 4,177-seat gym is the former home of the men’s and women’s basketball teams before they moved across the street to McKenzie Arena in 1982. Maclellan Gym was built on campus in 1961 and was named after Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jardin Maclellan. Mr. Maclellan was a member of the Chattanooga Board of Trustees from 1935 until his death in 156. The gym houses offices and classrooms for the Health and Human Performance department. It features a main court, auxiliary court, weight room, aerobic equipment area and swimming and diving pool. Locker rooms for the Lady Mocs volleyball team and a team meeting room that includes furniture and a television is also housed inside “Big Mac.”

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Prior to the 2009 season, the main floor was updated with its primary use for volleyball. With the Power-”C” logo in center, Chattanooga spelled out across the baselines and volleyballs on the corners, the Lady Mocs now have a true home-court advantage.

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ACADEMICS CAREER PREPARATION

Located in McKenzie Arena, the Mocs’ computer lab gives student-athletes a convenient place to study, receive tutoring help and complete assignments.

ACADEMIC ALL-SOCON

Meagan Ernd Ellie Kuhn Christina Teter Heather Parman Also: Courtney Barnes, Bailee Chastain and Jessica Scott

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2010 GRADUATES

Spring 2010 Courtney Barnes - Health and Human Performance - Magna Cum Laude Cassie Conner - Psychology Bailee Chastain - Human Ecology - Magna Cum Laude Jessica Scott - Civil Eng. - Summa Cum Laude

DEAN’S LIST

Fall 2010 Courtney Barnes Julie Barnes (4.0) Bailee Chastain Meagan Ernd Tess Kosycarz Heather Parman Jessica Scott (4.0) Christina Teter (4.0)

Spring 2011 Courtney Barnes (4.0) Julie Barnes Tess Kosycarz Ellie Kuhn Jennifer Kuroski Heather Parman (4.0) Jessica Scott (4.0) Christina Teter (4.0)

UTC students with a 3.2 grade-point-average or greater earn Dean’s List recognition for the semester.

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2010 ESPN THE MAGAZINE ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT Courtney Barnes

Dr. Emily Blackman Assistant Athletics Director Student Support Services

Lisa Tarr Coordinator of Student Support Services

Lindsey Wendorf Academic Advisor

Rhonda Reynolds Academic Advisor

Academic excellence is a key focus of the Mocs under head coach Travis Filar. Volleyball has recorded a program-record eight student-athletes on the 2010 Fall Academic All-Southern Conference team. Last year, senior Courtney Barnes became a three-time ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District IV selection earning first team honors. The Chattanooga Mocs have an excellent Student Support Services department in place for all student-athletes. UTC has recently allocated even more resources to this unit and will have four full-time staff members prior to the start of the 2010 fall semester. Through the use of advisors, tutors, study halls and many other programs, Student Support Services is on hand to help each student-athlete reach his or her ultimate goal of earning a college degree. Goals of Mocs Athletics Student Support Services • To support each student athlete’s effort to receive a quality education. • To encourage and facilitate the goals for each student-athlete’s career path. • To ensure that the academic integrity of UTC is maintained. • To comply with all rules and regulations of UTC, the Southern Conference and the NCAA. • To help ensure the continuing athletic eligibility during a student-athlete’s years at UTC.

HONOR ROLL

Fall 2010 Courtney Barnes Julie Barnes (4.0) Bailee Chastain Aneisha Christie Meagan Ernd Alex Givens Andrea Johnson Tess Kosycarz Heather Parman Jessica Scott (4.0) Christina Teter (4.0)

Spring 2011 Courtney Barnes (4.0) Julie Barnes Meagan Ernd Tess Kosycarz Ellie Kuhn Jennifer Kuroski Heather Parman (4.0) Jessica Scott (4.0) Christina Teter (4.0)

The Athletic Director’s Honor Roll is made up of studentathletes with at least a 3.0 grade-point-average for the semester. Those listed on the Dean’s List also receive this honor.

Bailee Chastain (L), Courtney Barnes (M) and Jessica Scott (R) each graduated with honors during Spring Commencement.

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LAWSON CENTER ATHLETIC PERFORMANCE

Scott Brincks Director of Athletic Performance

Jeff Andrews Asst. Dir. of Athletic Performance

The $3.2 million Brenda Lawson Student Success Center opened in January 2009 and houses the Wolford Family Strength & Conditioning Center.

The newly completed $3.2 million Brenda Lawson Student-Athlete Success Center is one of the finest facilities of its kind in college athletics. The Center, located on Vine Street in the heart of campus, houses the Chattem Basketball Practice Facility and the Wolford Family Strength and Conditioning Facility. Also located in the Center are meeting and film rooms that are available for all Chattanooga athletic programs to use. Director of Athletic Performance Scott Brincks and his staff use the facility to increase the Lady Mocs volleyball team’s overall strength and conditioning level. Through rigorous offseason workouts, and programs to maintain peak performance during the season, the Lawson Center and Wolford Family Strength and Conditioning Facility will impact the Mocs’ performance on the field for years to come.

The Wolford Family Strength and Conditioning Center has all of the state-of-the-art weight training equipment.

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Junior SoCon Libero of the Year Paula Passmore works through a conditioning drill.

Assistant Director of Athletic Performance Jeff Andrews demonstrates a training drill on the 50-yard inside the Wolford Strength and Conditioning Center.

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SPORTS MEDICINE FIRST-RATE CARE

The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Sports Medicine Program provides prevention, care, and rehabilitation services for all student-athletes. UTC has two athletic training rooms that serve all athletic teams. Thanks to funding from Erlanger Hospital, the athletic training rooms are equipped with the most up-to-date rehabilitation equipment including a Biodex Isokinetic Unit, a Neurocom for balance testing and training, and a Trazer unit for functional rehabilitation. In addition, the Chattanooga Group, Inc., provides therapeutic modalities for use as both rehabilitation equipment and instructional devices for students enrolled in the Graduate Athletic Training Program.

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Assistant Trainer Jessica Tanner (right) attends to senior Ellie Kuhn after practice.

Todd Bullard Head Trainer

Joe Baugham Asst. Trainer

Jessica Tanner Asst. Trainer

Erin Weaver Asst. Trainer

Ian Carruthers Graduate Asst.

Adam Chinnery Graduate Asst.

Countess Davis Graduate Asst.

Lewis Flanary Graduate Asst.

Jaqui Neal Graduate Asst.

Sharon West Graduate Asst.

The training room in McKenzie Arena serves the Mocs student-athletes with state-of-the-art equipment.

The Mocs have an excellent relationship with nearby Erlanger Hospital, providing top-quality care to all UTC student-athletes.

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The Graduate Athletic Training Program at UTC plays a major role in providing certified athletic trainers to insure that student-athletes receive excellent care. The entry-level masters program is one of few programs in the country that allows students to earn a master’s degree while they gain eligibility to sit for the Board of Certification Exam. Members of the athletics department and the graduate program staff the athletic training rooms. They work together to insure quality health care for all Mocs student-athletes and quality academic instruction for athletic training students in the graduate program.

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MEDIA SPOTLIGHT MOCS IN THE NEWS

The Chattanooga athletics programs enjoy unparalleled media exposure. Located in a metropolitan area that includes over 500,000 people, the Lady Mocs are covered by the Chattanooga Times Free Press and the local contingent of television stations, including ABC (WTVC), CBS (WDEF) and NBC (WRCB). The three local sports talk programs on WGOW 102.3 FM, ESPN 105.1 FM and WDEF 1370 AM, also follow the team and discuss the season with head coach Travis Filar on a regular basis. GoMocs.com is the ultimate online destination for Lady Mocs fans with game stories, previews, features, postgame interviews and schedules. All Chattanooga home and road volleyball games can be followed via live statistics, so you are never missing a part of the action. MocsVision is a service that enables users to watch live and on-demand audio and video. Live video is available for all home games at Macllan Gym. All live events are subscription based on Chattanooga All-Access Travis Filar was introduced as the program’s sixth head coach in February.

Be sure to check GoMocs.com and MocsVision to watch postgame insights from head coach Travis Filar and selected players following every Lady Mocs match.

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Former Lady Moc Courtney Barnes talking with the media prior to the first home game and the start of the Country Inns & Suites Invitational.

Senior Ellie Kuhn previewed a spring home match against UAB in April.

MocsVision discusses the 2011 schedule with Head Coach Travis Filar for an exclusive story on GoMocs. com.

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MOCS SUCCESS

ACADEMICALLY, ATHLETICALLY & SOCIALLY ATHLETICALLY

Over the last five years, UTC has won 17 regular season and 19 tournament championships in the Southern Conference, far more than any other school during that time. After finishing in the Top-100 in the Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup in 2009, the Mocs had their thirdbest showing at No. 136 in 2011. Here is a brief list of some of UTC’s major accomplishments in 2010-11.

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• Four SoCon Team Championships • Six Teams Represented in the Postseason • One All-American • One Academic All-American • Five Southern Conference Athletes of the Year • Two Southern Conference Freshmen of the Year • Three Southern Conference Coaches of the Year • Eight All-Region Performers • 45 All-SoCon Performers

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Cross country’s Emmanuel Kirwa won his fourth conference race, third in the SoCon, and was the SoCon Runner of the Year for the third time.

The women’s golf team won its second-straight SoCon title and advanced to the NCAAs for the third year in a row.

The softball team won its fifth-straight SoCon Title and advanced to the finals of the NCAA Regionals for the first time.

Junior Stephan Jaeger was the SoCon Men’s Golfer of the Year for the second year in a row, leading the Mocs back to the NCAAs.

Sophomore Paula Passmore was the 2010 SoCon Volleyball Libero of the Year after leading the league with 5.45 digs per set.

Sophomore Jenna Nurik won the SoCon Sportsmanship Award and was a second team all-conference selection.

The Mocs wrestlers have won seven-straight SoCon titles and are riding a 35-match winning streak in league action.

Bailey Dewart returned from numerous injuries to earn the SoCon Ann Lashly Inspiration Award.

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ACADEMICALLY

The Mocs’ student-athletes continue to have tremendous success in the classroom. Below are just a few of the Academic accolades UTC received last year: • The overall g.p.a. of the Mocs’ student-athletes has increased in each of the last six trems, culminating with a school-record 2.97 in the spring. • Over half of all UTC student-athletes earned at least a 3.0 gradepoint-average in each of the last four semesters. • Each member of the SoCon Champion women’s golf team made the Dean’s List in both the fall and spring semesters. • Wrestling had a 3.14 g.p.a. for the year, ranking No. 7 in the nation.

The Mocs graduated 53 student-athletes during at the summer, fall and spring commencement ceremonies in 2010-11.

Senior Courtney Barnes was three-time Academic All-District and the Chris Berry earned a spot on the Capital One Academic All-District recipient of the SoCon Bob McCloskey Insurance Graduate Scholarship. team and won the SoCon Outdoor 10000M race.

Senior David Moore became the 12th Moc in school history to be named Capital One Academic All-American.

Sophomore Jackson Tresnan was an ITA Scholar Athlete and led the team with 14 singles wins.

SOCIALLY The Chattanooga Mocs Athletics Department is heavily involved in community events throughout the year. UTC student-athletes are well represented in the annual Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure and the Mocs are always involved with local projects such as canned food drives, the Freshman Move-In and other activities throughout Chattanooga.

Men’s basketball senior Ricky Taylor talks to youth at a local clinic hosted by the Mocs men’s basketball team.

Nearly all of the Mocs teams work to organize or participate in the annual Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure on the campus of UTC.

Former Lady Mocs soccer student-athlete Danielle Barr gives instructions to local youth at the Girl Scouts Sports-A-Thon.

Wrestling senior Dan Waddell led his teammates in an outing to help the local Habitat for Humanity.

The softball team adopted Amanda Swartout as an honorary teammate through the “Friends of Jaclyn Foundation.”

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The Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) plans many of the Athletic Department’s community events. The Mocs also have a presence at Chattanooga’s Special Olympics events each year. The Mocs also host many events that engage the local community, such as the 2011 SoCon Basketball Championships.

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WHAT’S A MOC? THE EVOLUTION OF THE MASCOT

THE ANSWER

For more than a decade, this question has puzzled many fans and observers of Chattanooga Athletics. The UTC Athletics Department changed logos in 1997, moving away from Native American imagery to a package of logos using railroad images, the nickname “Mocs,” and the Scrappy mascot. The new package emphasized UTC’s connection to Chattanooga and the city’s railroad heritage and incorporated the Tennessee state bird. The term “Moc” is short for “Mockingbird.” Mockingbirds are fiercely territorial creatures which protect their homes with courage, determination and skill. Those Introduced in 2008, the new-look Scrappy has attributes reflect the intellect, spirit a sharper and more modern feel, mirroring the growth and image of UTC Athletics. and character of UTC student-athletes and alumni. A Moc is a champion on the playing surface, in the classroom and, most importantly, in life.

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SCRAPPY

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Named after legendary football coach A.C. “Scrappy” Moore, Scrappy, the Chattanooga mascot, is a fixture for the Mocs. A re-design in 2008 puts Scrappy in the image of the State Bird of Tennessee, a mockingbird. The mockingbird is known as a fierce protector of its nest and environment. It is sometimes seen swooping down on a dog, cat or predator that may be venturing too close to the bird’s protected territory. Once described by “Late Night” host Jimmy Fallon as “a sledge-hammer wielding mockingbird with a heart of Blue & Gold,” Scrappy symbolizes that competitive passion.

WHY MOCS? Faced with politically sensitive issues and in need of a stronger core identity to help establish a strong brand as Chattanooga’s Team, the athletics department embarked on a comprehensive identity program in 1996. A new direction for the athletics identity was determined, moving away from the politically incorrect Native American Indian imagery. Several identities have been used in the past. With the old nickname “Moccasins,” a snake was used in the 1920s and an Indian was used until the year of major change in 1996. A moccasin shoe was even used in the 1980s. In 1996, it was decided to adopt the State Bird of Tennessee, the Mockingbird, as the core of the new identity, while incorporating the strong regional imagery of Chattanooga’s vast railroad history. The mascot “Scrappy” was born and a new emphasis was placed on the athletics department’s role in the region.

The “Power C” logo is the primary mark of

The committee also recognized the need Chattanooga Mocs Athletics. for the word “Chattanooga” to have a great emphasis in the logo. The nickname “Moccasins” was shortened to simply “Mocs.” Thus established, Chattanooga could rebuild its athletics programs and initiatives around this new identity. And rebuild it did. Quickly establishing the identity program in February 1997, combined with tremendous success in the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament, UTC had positioned itself to reach for the next level. From 1997 to 2007, the primary logo was the mascot, Scrappy, riding a train. The secondary logo features the front of a train with the word Mocs built into the logo. This logo is affectionately called the “Cowcatcher logo,” referring to the front lower grill of the train that helped push objects from the train tracks. In August 2007, officials at Chattanooga updated the school’s marks. A new C logo, the “Power C” as it has become known to fans and alums, was created as the primary mark and is emblazoned on the side of the football team’s helmets. The secondary marks were updated with a more modern look, and a new font, unique to the school, is now used on the text areas of the logos and marks. In September 2008, Scrappy was rebranded to better match the image of a mockingbird and reflect the rich tradition of our state, our city and our University. New marks of the head as well as a full body were released. The program has also been taking special efforts to stay true to its color palette— which includes navy blue and old gold.

The Cowcatcher logo has been recently modified, but is still in use by UTC Athletics.

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2011 SEASON OUTLOOK “A New Direction” of Chattanooga volleyball begins in the 2011 season under the guidance of Travis Filar, who became the sixth head coach in the history of the program on February 17, 2011. He has brought a distinct vision built upon family into the program. Filar quickly changed the culture for the Mocs in the spring by focusing on communication on the court and building trust between the student-athletes. He has also brought in an experienced coaching staff in assistants Savanah Parra, Taylor Wittmer and volunteer Duane Hill. The young Mocs squad contains just one senior in Ellie Kuhn and returns seven players that held contributing roles a season ago. An incoming freshman class of Jessi Blackstock, Melissa Green and Kasey Talley along with the addition of sophomore setter Bridget Camacho from VCU and Chattanooga has depth at key positions.

SETTERS Everything runs through the setter and is one of the most influential positions on the court. A duo of sophomores in returner Tess Kosycarz and newcomer Bridget Camacho look to guide and direct the hitters on the offensive attack. “Our goal is to run a quick, fast-paced offense along the net,” stated Filar. “The competiveness between the two setters has been amazing during the camp. Our 6-on-6 scrimmages have been evenly matched showing that each of them are running their sides very effectively.” Kosycarz saw action in 22 matches last season backing up Bailee Chastain, who finished her career in the top 10 on the Mocs all-time assists list with 1,940. The Temecula, Calif., native compiled a team-leading 7.69 assists-per-set, while defensively registering a 1.73

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digs-per-set average. “Tess has grown a lot from the coaching staff challenging her in the spring,” said Filar. “She worked hard this summer in improving her location and technical setting ability. She has used her voice to direct traffic and be a leader on the court.” One of the biggest additions to the Mocs team is Camacho, who assisted in running an effective 6-2 system at VCU as the squad went 9-5 in the Colonial Athletic Association to close the year. The Cumming, Ga., native appeared in 28 matches for the Rams and totaled 3.83 assists and 1.74 digs per set playing in the back row. “After running a slower-tempo offense at VCU, we are challenging Bridget to come back to one of her strengths coming out of high school, which was an uptempo offense,” said Filar. “She has built an excellent connection with the hitters during camp and is an effective defensive player.” Filar quickly turned an area that could have been a weakness coming out of the spring into a position of depth and strength for the Mocs. Chattanooga has two setters capable of starting and leading the team on the court. They will continue pushing each other competitively every day in practice.

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OUTSIDE HITTERS

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Junior Heather Parman and sophomore Jennifer Kuroski have been dynamic hitters for the Mocs during the preseason and bring experience to a vital position. They have stepped up and grown as outside hitters, as junior Meagan Ernd continues rehab following shoulder surgery in the spring. Junior Julie Barnes and sophomore Andrea Johnson along with freshman Jessi Blackstock provide depth on the outside. Parman competed in 30 matches last year and was the featured outside hitter for much of the season recording 2.18 kills per set. The Ooltewah, Tenn., native was an all-around player digging up 2.15 attacks per set. “Heather has worked really hard this summer and hits a lovely ball,” said Filar. “She is beginning to understand that you need to have other shots in your repertoire to go to when you are struggling or going up against double blocks. It has taken awhile, but she is now realizing that she can score just as easily by tipping or a deep roll shot and score with the same effectiveness.” The freshman season for Kuroski was all about learning to be consistent. She started off as a dominating player during the non-conference schedule by starting the first 13 matches with the highlight being a 19 kill performance against Illinois-Chicago. The Acworth, Ga., native finished with tying for the team-lead at 2.36 kills per set. “Jennifer has shown a lot of maturation like Heather as an outside hitter,” said Filar. “Realizing that she is going

JENNIFER KUROSKI to get a high-volume of swings and understanding the importance of moving the ball around the court by using different angles and shots has increased her effectiveness. She has provided a lot of big kills for us and decreased the number of errors from the spring.” The emergence of Ernd during the SoCon portion last year enabled for the Mocs to have two formidable outside hitters. The Munster, Ind., native notched 1.87 kills per set during the campaign, but an injury has slowed her progress so far this fall. “Once Meagan’s shoulder completely heals, I believe that she can have a presence as an attacker,” said Filar. “Right now, she has had an opportunity to focus and improve her back row play in passing and defense. Hopefully, she has the ability to swing at full speed soon.” Another player that has dealt with injuries is Barnes, who spent last year recovering from a knee injury and for the first time in almost two seasons is completely healthy. Blackstock is continuing to adjust to the game and could definitely be a contributor from either pin as a reserve. “Jessi has come in, asked a ton of questions and is learning on the go as a freshman,” said Filar. “She is an athletic attacker, who has the ability to play all-theway around once she adjusts to our system.” Parman and Kuroski have solidified themselves as threats on the outside through the process of being smarter hitters, but with Barnes, Blackstock and Ernd complementing them, the Mocs have options on the outside.

CHRISTINA TETER RIGHT SIDE The emergence of junior Christina Teter in the offseason has been important for the Mocs in having a go-to player on the right side. Sophomore Andrea Johnson has trained on the right side along with Blackstock. Teter became a force on the front row with her 6-2 frame in 2010 recording 1.85 kills and 0.71 blocks per set. “Christina became a go-to player from an attacking and blocking standpoint this spring,” said Filar. “She needs to continue growing by realizing that she can’t hit it hard every time. She is a dominant blocker for us because she picks a good spot and really presses over the net, creating a blocking presence every time she is in the front row. She has the potential to have a big, breakout year for us.” Johnson saw action last year in 15 matches primarily as a defensive specialist. She has trained on the right side to provide depth. She also contributed nine service aces last season. The Soddy Daisy, Tenn., native has worked hard all summer making great strides in becoming more physical and quicker. “Andrea has become an extremely steady passing and defending, while being one of our most aggressive and consistent servers” said Filar. “Our team can score a lot of points when she is serving, because her serve generally takes the opponent out of system. She is still coming around with her hitting and has taken advantage of the opportunities she has been given.”

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SCHEDULE

ELLIE KUHN

PAULA PASSMORE LIBEROS

Leading the team and middle is senior Ellie Kuhn, who has been the most consistent attacker for the Mocs in camp. She will fill the void left by Courtney Barnes, who paced the Mocs in kills the past two seasons. Sophomore Aneisha Christie and freshman Kasey Talley are going to be asked to step up and contribute on a regular basis in the middle. Kuhn registered 1.61 kills per set for Chattanooga, while connecting at a .257 rate. She has totaled at least 100 blocks in the past two seasons and enters the year eighth on the block assists chart with 223. “Ellie has done a tremendous job of leading with her voice and play as a senior with high expectations for this year,” said FIlar. “She has become technically better at blocking, which will help her be more of a presence in the middle. We are really excited to give her the ball as much as we can in transition, because she can be one of our most dominant attackers and has learned to better the ball if the set is not perfect.” Christie saw time in just one match last season, but the ability to train and further learn the position has been important. The Alpharetta, Ga., native has worked hard on becoming more of an offensive threat by working on her timing with the setters. “Aneisha is someone who has been really impressive in preseason camp,” said Filar. “Her energy, work ethic and strong communication on the court has caught the eyes of the coaches. When she is disciplined in her blocking, then she can be a very effective blocker at the net.” Not many freshmen can come in and be versatile, but Talley has the ability to play outside, middle blocker or right side. “Kasey is a very dynamic athlete that can control her body in the air,” said Filar. “She has effortless movement and is a great blocking presence. She is very driven on and off the court.”

The tradition of excellent play from the libero position for Chattanooga has continued with junior Paula Passmore, who was named the 2010 SoCon Libero of the Year. She dug up a conference-best 654 attacks, while compiling 5.45 digs per set. “Paula is always going to be that servant leader,” said Filar. “She is going to have a great relationship with everyone on the team through being positive and encouraging. She provides us with great stability in the back row from a passing and defending standpoint.” Freshman Melissa Green has been pushing Passmore during preseason camp, and 6-on-6 scrimmages have been competitive and intense with two capable liberos leading each side. The Boca Raton, Fla., native is a defensive specialist that will see time on the court in the back row for the Mocs. “Melissa is a fierce competitor, driven and a great communicator on the court,” said Filar. “She has steadily improved as a passer and defender since arriving on campus.” The Mocs have a great luxury in having a player like Green pushing Passmore each and every practice. Competition between the two is key and should provide a solid back row that keeps the offense in system.

2011 VOLLEYBALL

MIDDLE BLOCKERS

The 2011 slate for Chattanooga poses its challenges during the non-conference portion before heading into the always difficult SoCon season. The Southern Miss Invitational (8/26-27) begins the campaign featuring the host Golden Eagles, Northwestern (La.) State and Jackson State. On Aug. 30, the first home match at Maclellan Gym of the Filar era puts the Mocs against Belmont. A short trip down I-75 to Kennesaw State for the Owl Invitational allows for Camacho, Christie and Kuroski to play near their hometowns. Chattanooga battles Oral Roberts and Winthrop along with the host Owls. The Mocs host a tournament of their own, the Country Inns & Suites Invitational, on Sept. 9-10 as East Tennessee State, UNC Asheville and Tennessee Tech are welcomed to the Scenic City. Tournament action wraps up with the Hokie Classic on Sept. 16-17 with matches against Connecticut and host Virginia Tech. Before entering SoCon play, the Mocs travel to Alabama A&M (9/20) for a mid-week contest. Chattanooga begins the league schedule with a road trip to Western Carolina (9/25) and Appalachian State (9/25). Mercer invades Maclellan Gym on Sept. 28 before the Mocs head to Wofford (10/1). The Southern Rail Rivalry Series begins on Oct. 5 at Samford. Chattanooga then begins a four-match home stand against UNC Greensboro (10/8), Elon (10/9), College of Charleston (10/15) and The Citadel (10/16). A return trip to Mercer on Oct. 18 occurs before UTC heads to Davidson (10/22) and Georgia Southern (10/23). The Mocs host Furman (10/27) and Samford (10/28) on weeknights. Matches at UNCG (11/4) and Elon (11/5) are the next stops. To conclude the season, Chattanooga hosts Appalachian State (11/12) and Western Carolina (11/13). A primary goal for this year’s squad is to finish in the top four in the North Division and play in the SoCon Tournament hosted by Samford on Nov. 18-20. The champion of the eight-team event earns the league’s automatic berth into the NCAA Championship.

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No. Name 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 15

Kasey Talley Jennifer Kuroski Andrea Johnson Aneisha Christie Paula Passmore Tess Kosycarz Heather Parman Melissa Green Meagan Ernd Ellie Kuhn Jessi Blackstock Julie Barnes Bridget Camacho Chirstina Teter

Pos. MB OH OH MB L S OH DS OH MB OH OH S MB

2011 ROSTER Ht.

5-10 5-11 5-9 6-0 5-6 5-9 5-11 5-4 6-0 5-11 6-0 6-0 5-10 6-2

2011 VOLLEYBALL

Head Coach: Travis Filar (Furman, 2000) - First Season Assistant Coach: Savanah Parra (Ohio, 2007) - First Season Assistant Coach: Taylor Wittmer (Indiana, 2010) - First Season Volunteer Assistant Coach: Duane Hill - Second Season

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Yr. Fr. So. So. So. Jr. So. Jr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Fr. So. So. So.

Hometown (Previous School)

Boiling Springs, S.C. (Boiling Springs) Acworth, Ga. (Harrison) Hixson, Tenn. (Soddy Daisy) Alpharetta, Ga. (Centennial) Merrit Island, Fla. (Merrit Island) Temecula, Calif. (Linfield Christian) Ooltewah, Tenn. (GPS) Boca Raton, Fla. (Boca Raton) Munster, Ind. (Andrean) San Antonio, Texas (Alamo Heights) Killen, Ala. (Brooks) Franklin, Tenn. (Franklin) Cumming, Ga. (Pinecrest Academy) (VCU) Signal Mountain, Tenn. (Red Bank)

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ELLIE KUHN

SENIOR • MB • 5-11 • SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS (ALAMO HEIGHTS)

Season SP MP K K/S E TA Pct 2008 55 23 73 1.33 33 193 .207 2009 103 29 173 1.68 50 446 .276 2010 119 32 192 1.61 77 448 .257 TOTAL 277 84 438 1.58 160 1087 .256

A A/S 2 0.04 10 0.10 9 0.08 21 0.08

SA SA/S SE DIG D/S RE 10 0.18 12 19 0.35 1 2 0.02 9 38 0.37 3 1 0.01 0 26 0.22 2 13 0.05 21 83 0.30 6

BS BA TB B/S BE BHE Points Pts/S 5 21 26 0.47 4 1 98.5 1.78 14 103 117 1.14 4 1 240.5 2.33 15 99 114 0.96 16 1 257.5 2.16 34 223 257 0.93 24 3 596.5 2.15

Junior (2010) Season Notes

- 2010 Coleman Lew Leadership Award. - 2010 SoCon Academic All-Conference Team. - Started all 32 matches at middle blocker. - Finished third on the season charts with 99 block assists. - Registered 114 total blocks, seventh in a season at UTC. - Compiled the third most kills on the team with 192. - Notched seven double-digit kill performances. - Appeared on the Dean’s List in the spring.

Sophomore (2009) Season Notes

- 2009 SoCon Academic All-Conference Team. - Started 28 matches, played in all 29. - Broke season block assists record of 100 with three blocks in a row against Appalachian State finishing with 103. - Led team with 117 total blocks, sixth in a single-season at UTC, and 173 kills. - Hit double-figures in kills five times. - Earned Athletics’ Director Honor Roll in the fall and appeared on the Dean’s List in the spring.

Freshman (2008) Season Notes

Alamo Heights High School

- Played her final two years of prep volleyball at Alamo Heights for Courtney Patton. - Competed at Harrison High School in Kennesaw, Ga., for Clay Taylor. - Helped lead Alamo Heights to a 27-5 mark as a senior, 9-1 in District play winning the 27-4A title. - Selected for the 2007 Lone Star Region High Performance team after attending the 2006 USA Volleyball Performance Camp. - 2007 MVP and All-District First Team for the Mules. - 2006 All-District Second Team and New Player of the Year. - 2005 All-Cobb County Honorable Mention. - Competed in the offseason with Alamo Volleyball Association. - 2005 5A Cobb County Tournament Champions. - Competed as a high jumper at AHHS. - Honor Roll all four years of high school. - Member of Fellowship of Christian Athletes (2005-08), Student Council (2006-08) and Student Government (2005-06). - Coached Upward Basketball and Cheerleading programs.

- Born in Orange County, Calif., on April 20, 1990. - Daughter of Leslie and Jeff Kuhn. - Sister: Heather is a graduate student at Kansas State. - Majoring in Marketing.

2010 Match Highlights

Date Opponent K A D BS-BA-TB Notes 9/3 vs. Arkansas 14 0 0 0-2-2 .522 pct. 9/7 at Belmont 3 0 4 0-2-2 9/10 vs. Illinois-Chicago 8 1 3 0-4-4 .467 pct. 9/11 vs. Troy 8 1 2 0-7-7 .667 pct. 9/11 vs. Charleston-So. 6 1 0 0-8-8 9/18 UCF 12 0 1 0-8-8 .368 pct. 9/22 East Tenn. St. 11 0 1 1-2-3 .529 pct. 9/26 at Elon 2 0 0 2-4-6 10/9 Western Carolina 10 0 0 1-2-3 .350 pct. 10/10 Appalachian St. 5 1 1 1-4-5 10/16 at The Citadel 10 0 1 1-5-3 .350 pct. 10/23 Wofford 10 0 0 0-1-1 .474 pct. 10/24 Furman 10 0 0 1-4-5 .412 pct. 10/31 UNCG 5 0 1 1-5-6 11/13 Davidson 7 0 3 2-6-8 .400 pct. * denotes career-high

2009 Match Highlights

Date Opponent K A D BS-BA-TB Notes 8/28 vs. East Tenn. St. 12* 0 0 2*-3-5 .400 pct. 829 vs. James Madison 8 1 4 0-3-3 .263 pct. 9/12 SIU-Edwardsville 10 0 4 1-1-2 2 aces 9/15 at East Tenn. St. 11 0 5* 2*-4-6 .579 pct. 9/19 at Louisiana Tech 9 0 0 0-8*-8 9/26 Elon 6 0 2 1-8*-9* 9/27 UNC Greensboro 7 0 1 1-6-7 10/11 at Western Carolina 6 1 1 1-5-6 .286 pct. 10/18 The Citadel 6 0 0 0-5-5 .545 pct. 10/31 at UNC Greensboro 5 0 2 0-7-7 11/7 Western Carolina 11 0 1 0-3-3 .458 pct. 11/8 Appalachian St. 12* 2* 2 0-5-5 .524 pct. * denotes career-high

2008 Match Highlights

Date Opponent 9/5 Alabama A&M 9/12 vs. Troy 9/13 vs. Georgia St. 9/17 at Belmont 9/19 vs. Alabama A&M 11/15 at Elon * denotes career-high

2011 VOLLEYBALL

- Started in 10 matches and played in 23. - Finished the 2008 campaign with 73 kills. - Recorded 10 service aces and 26 total blocks. - Appeared on the Dean’s List in the spring.

Personal

K A D BS-BA-TB Notes 8 0 2 0-2-2 3 aces* 7 2 2 1-1-2 .545 pct. 8 0 4 0-1-1 7 0 2 0-2-2 2 aces 7 0 3 2*-2-4 6 0 0 0-1-1 .346 pct.

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MEAGAN ENRD JUNIOR • OH • 6-0 • MUNSTER, IND. (ANDREAN)

Season SP MP K K/S E TA Pct 2009 45 19 69 1.53 39 269 .112 2010 83 28 155 1.87 66 449 .198 TOTAL 128 47 224 1.75 105 718 .166

Sophomore (2010) Season Notes

- 2010 SoCon Academic All-Conference Team. - Played 28 and started 15 matches. - Hit double-digits in kills four times totaling 1.87 kills per set for the season. - Finished sixth on the team with 155 kills. - Dug up 0.82 attacks per set. - Totaled 21 blocks, 12 service aces and 10 assists. - Appeared on the Dean’s List in the fall and Athletic’s Directors Honor Roll in the spring.

Freshman (2009) Season Notes

- Played 19 and started 10 matches. - Recorded 69 kills and 87 digs. - Averaged 1.53 kills and 1.93 digs per set. - Appeared on the Dean’s List in the fall and spring.

2011 VOLLEYBALL

Andrean High School

- Four-year volleyball letter winner for Andrean High School. - Played for head coach Alison Shevik-Duncan (2006-08) and Amber Alm (2005). - Led the 59ers to four-straight sectional titles and regional finals appearances. - Named The Times of Northwest Indiana and Post-Tribune of Northwest Indiana Player of the Year in 2007. - Two-time All-Area and All-Conference (2007-08). - Team Captain and MVP (2007-08). - Northwest Crossroads All-Academic Team (2008). - Lakeshore Public News Athlete of the Week in 2008. - Played in the offseason with Dunes Volleyball Club. - Competed in track and field during scholastic career. - Member of the National Honor Society and named to the honor roll all four years.

Personal

- Born in Munster, Ind., on Sept. 22, 1990. - Daughter of Jill and Douglas Ernd. - Brother: Jake attends Northern Iowa. - Majoring in Human Resources.

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A A/S 2 0.04 7 0.08 9 0.07

SA SA/S SE DIG D/S RE BS BA TB B/S BE BHE Points Pts/S 2 0.04 8 87 1.93 13 0 17 17 0.38 5 1 79.5 1.76 1 0.01 7 68 0.82 7 2 20 22 0.27 3 5 168.0 2.02 3 0.02 15 155 1.21 20 2 37 39 0.30 8 6 247.5 1.93

2010 Match Highlights

Date Opponent K A D BS-BA-TB Notes 9/10 vs. Illinois-Chicago 9 1 9 0-1-1 .318 pct. 9/11 vs. Troy 11 1 5 0-3-3 .286 pct. 9/18 UCF 9 0 2 0-0-0 .450 pct. 10/9 Western Carolina 9 1 6 0-1-1 .318 pct. 10/10 Appalachian St. 9 0 2 0-2-2 .250 pct. 10/24 Furman 20* 1 5 1-0-1 .541 pct. 10/27 at Samford 13 0 4 0-2-2 .273 pct. 10/30 Elon 16 1 4 0-1-1 .314 pct. * denotes career-high

2009 Match Highlights

Date Opponent K A D BS-BA-TB Notes 9/15 at East Tenn. St. 13* 0 4 0-1-1 .379 pct. 9/19 at Louisiana Tech 2 0 2 0-3-3 10/25 at Wofford 5 1* 13 0-1-1 10/31 at UNC Greensboro 5 0 4 0-6*-6* 11/1 at Elon 7 0 6 0-2-2 11/7 Western Carolina 8 0 18* 0-0-0 1 ace* 11/8 Appalachian State 7 0 7 0-0-0 11/14 at Davidson 5 1* 10 0-2-2 1 ace* * denotes career-high

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HEATHER PARMAN JUNIOR • OH • 5-11 • OOLTEWAH, TENN. (GPS)

Season SP MP K K/S E TA Pct A A/S SA SA/S SE DIG D/S RE BS BA TB B/S BE BHE Points Pts/S

2009 63 26 107 1.70 64 388 .111 12 0.19 8 0.13 17 103 1.63 19 2010 93 30 203 2.18 131 753 .096 10 0.11 12 0.13 30 200 2.15 13 TOTAL 156 56 310 1.99 195 1141 .101 22 0.14 20 0.13 47 303 1.94 32

0 18 18 0.29 2 2 124.0 1.97 1 20 21 0.23 11 2 226.0 2.43 1 38 39 0.25 13 4 350.0 2.24

Sophomore (2010): Season Notes

- 2011 SoCon Academic All-Conference Team. - Started 23 and played in 30 matches. - Registered seven double-doubles and reached double-digit kills 10 times. - Compiled a team-best 2.18 kills and 2.15 digs per set. - Record 21 total blocks and 12 aces. - Appeared on the Dean’s List in the fall and spring.

Freshman (2009): Season Notes

- Started 12 and played in 26 matches. - Recorded 107 kills and 103 digs on the season. - Averaged 1.70 kills and 1.63 digs per set. - Compiled 18 total blocks. - Appeared on the Dean’s List in the fall and spring.

Girls Preparatory School

K A D BS-BA-TB Notes 14 0 5 0-2-2 2 aces 8 0 10 0-0-0 1 ace 11 1 12 0-0-0 3 aces* 11 0 12 0-1-1 1 ace 11 1 18 0-1-1 11 1 8 0-0-0 1 ace 18 1 8 0-0-0 .315 pct. 16 0 11 0-1-1 1 ace 18 0 22 0-1-1 1 ace 12 0 12 1-3-4 1 ace 11 2 13 0-2-2

2009 Match Highlights

Date Opponent K A D BS-BA-TB Notes 8/29 vs. James Madison 21* 1 12* 0-1-1 .350 pct. 9/30 at Samford 7 0 5 0-2-2 10/11 at Western Carolina 9 1 6 0-0-0 10/17 College of Charleston 8 0 4 0-0-0 1 ace 10/18 The Citadel 3 0 8 0-2-2 2 aces 10/21 Samford 7 0 3 0-0-0 10/28 Kennesaw St. 1 0 2 0-0-0 2 aces 11/7 Western Carolina 1 3 2 0-2-2 11/14 at Davidson 5 1 4 0-3*-3* * denotes career-high

2011 VOLLEYBALL

- Four-year letter winner for head coach Paul Brock at GPS. - Led the squad to a 46-8 record in 2008. - Helped lead the Bruisers to back-to-back DII-AA State titles (2007-08). - All-America First Team by Prepvolleyball.com (2008). - Three-time All-State and All-Region (2006-08). - Two-time All-State Tournament (2007-08). - Chattanooga Volleyball Player of the Year (2008) as well the Chattanooga Times Free Press “Best of Preps” and Neely-Merrill Award for outstanding achievement in volleyball. - Led Tennessee DII-AA in service aces (166), second in kills (721) hitting at .331, assists (685) and ranked fifth in digs (501) and total blocks with 63 (31 solo/64 assists). - Competed with Chattanooga Choo Choo Volleyball Club. - Also played softball (2006), basketball (2005-07) and track & field (2006-08). - State champion in the Discus as a senior and won the DII-AA State Championship her sophomore season. - Honor Roll as a sophomore and senior at GPS. - Involved with Beta Club, Key Club, FCA, Kaleidoscope (yearbook), GyPsieS (spirit) and Career Mentors.

2010 Match Highlights

Date Opponent 9/3 vs. Arkansas 9/18 UCF 9/22 East Tenn. St. 10/9 Western Carolina 10/10 Appalachian St. 10/23 Wofford 10/24 Furman 10/27 at Samfrod 10/30 Elon 10/31 UNCG 11/13 Davidson * denotes career-high

Personal

- Born in Nashville, Tenn., on May 21, 1991. - Daughter of Eddie and Judy Parman. - Brothers: Rick and Michael. - Sister: Rebecca. - Majoring in Criminal Justice.

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PAULA PASSMORE JUNIOR • L • 5-6 • MERRITT ISLAND, FLA. (MERRITT ISLAND)

Season SP MP K K/S E TA Pct A A/S SA SA/S SE DIG D/S RE BS BA TB B/S BE BHE Points Pts/S

2009 101 29 5 0.05 7 44 -.045 25 0.25 23 0.23 34 546 5.41 31 2010 120 32 3 0.03 11 77 -.104 40 0.33 20 0.17 29 654 5.45 25 TOTAL 221 61 8 0.04 18 121 -.083 65 0.29 43 0.19 63 1200 5.43 56

Sophomore (2010) Season Notes

- 2010 Southern Conference Libero of the Year. - SoCon Defensive Player of the Month for September. - Two-time SoCon Defensive Player of the Week (9/13 + 11/1) - Started all 32 matches as libero. - Paced the SoCon in digs per set with 5.45, finishing sixth in UTC history and 17th nationally. - A total of 654 digs placed her fifth on the single-season chart. - Led the team with 20 service aces. - Registered four 30-dig and nine 20-dig matches. - Appeared on the Dean’s List in the spring.

Freshman (2009)

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Season Notes

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- 2009 Southern Conference All-Freshman Team. - Started 28 matches as libero and played in all 29. - Led the Southern Conference with 5.41 digs per set, which placed her sixth on the UTC list and 18th nationally. - Finished the season as the team’s digs leader and 10th in a season with 546 digs. - Paced the squad with 23 service aces. - Hit the 30-dig mark in five matches and 20-dig plateau seven more times. - A 34-dig -performance on Sept. 11 put her in the NCAA record books as the ninth most digs in a three-set match. - Named to the Country Inn & Suites Volleyball Challenge AllTournament Team. - Appeared on the Dean’s List in the spring.

Merritt Island High School

- Four-year letter winner for head coach Angie Patrick at Merrit Island High School. - The Mustangs were undefeated in conference and district play with a 64-0 record over her career winning conference and district championships each season. - Only athlete to complete a four-year varsity starting career undefeated in conference and district play at MIHS. - Served as varsity captain (2006-2008). - Team MVP (2008). - Three-time Team Defensive Player of the Year (2005-08). - 2007 Florida Today Space Coast Player of the Year after earning Third Team All-State. - Three-time First Team All-Conference and All-Space Coast (2005-08). - Two-time East Coast Challenge All-Tournament Team (2007-08). - FHSAA “Play Hard, Play Fair” Sportsmanship Award. - Played club for Orlando Volleyball Academy. - Lettered two years in basketball.

0 0 0 0.00 0 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 0 0 0.00 0

2010 Match Highlights

Date Opponent K A D BS-BA-TB Notes 8/28 vs. Xavier 0 2 23 0-0-0 9/3 vs. Arkansas 0 2 26 0-0-0 9/7 at Belmont 0 3 34 0-0-0 9/10 vs. Illinois-Chicago 1 1 20 0-0-0 1 ace 9/11 vs. Troy 0 4 31 0-0-0 1 ace 9/11 vs. Charleston So. 0 0 25 0-0-0 9/18 UCF 0 0 30 0-0-0 1 ace 9/22 East Tenn. St. 0 1 22 0-0-0 3 aces* 10/2 at Georgia Southern 2 0 13 0-0-0 1 ace 10/9 Western Carolina 0 1 26 0-0-0 1 ace 10/23 Wofford 0 2 29 0-0-0 10/24 Furman 0 1 29 0-0-0 10/30 Elon 0 5 38* 0-0-0 10/31 UNCG 0 0 29 0-0-0 1 ace * denotes career-high

2009 Match Highlights

Date Opponent K A D BS-BA-TB Notes 8/28 vs. East Tennessee St. 0 2 33* 0-0-0 1 ace 8/28 at Morehead St. 1* 1 13 0-0-0 1 ace 9/8 at Tennessee St. 0 1 21 0-0-0 1 ace 9/11 Austin Peay 0 1 34* 0-0-0 1 ace 9/12 SIU-Edwardsville 1* 1 24 0-0-0 2 aces* 9/18 vs. Grambling St. 0 4* 31 0-0-0 2 aces* 9/23 Belmont 0 0 24 0-0-0 9/26 Elon 0 2 34 0-0-0 1 ace 10/11 at Western Carolina 1* 0 21 0-0-0 10/25 Wofford 0 0 22 0-0-0 11/7 Western Carolina 0 0 28 0-0-0 2 aces* * denotes career-high

- Named to the Honor Roll each semester. - Involved in J. Kyle Braid Leadership, Future Educators of America and Welcome Student Committee.

Personal

- Born in Smithfield, Mo., on June 7, 1990. - Daughter of Dan and Gayla Passmore. - Brother: Chad. - Majoring in Education.

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28.0 0.28 23.0 0.19 51.0 0.23

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CHRISTINA TETER JUNIOR • MB • 6-2 • SIGNAL MOUNTAIN, TENN. (RED BANK)

Season SP MP K K/S E TA Pct A A/S SA SA/S SE DIG D/S RE BS BA TB B/S BE BHE Points Pts/S

2009 12 9 2 0.17 3 14 -.071 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 2 0.17 0 2010 82 27 152 1.85 49 367 .281 14 0.17 0 0.00 0 26 0.32 0 TOTAL 94 36 154 1.64 52 381 .268 14 0.15 0 0.00 0 28 0.30 0

1 1 2 0.17 1 0 3.5 0.25 2 56 58 0.71 11 4 182.0 2.22 3 57 60 0.64 12 4 185.5 1.97

Sophomore (2010) Season Notes

- 2010 SoCon Academic All-Conference Team. - Played in 27 nine matches and 14 starts on right side. - Compiled 1.85 kills and 0.71 blocks per set. - Notched double-digit kills in six match. - Blocked down 58 attacks, third most, including two solo. - Added 14 assists and 26 digs. - Appeared on the Dean’s List in the fall and spring.

Freshman (2009) Season Notes

- Played in 27 nine matches and 14 starts at middle blocker. - Started first collegiate game at middle blocker against Kennesaw State recording a kill. - Appeared on the Dean’s List in the fall and spring.

Red Bank High School

Personal

- Born in London, England on May 20, 1991. - Daughter of Eric and Melanie Teter. - Brother: Jack. - Majoring in Biology.

2009 Match Highlights

Date Opponent 8/28 at Morehead St. 10/25 at Wofford 10/28 Kennesaw St. * denotes career-high

K 0 0 1*

A 0 0 0

D 1* 1* 0

BS-BA-TB Notes 1*-0-1* 0-0-0 0-0-0 Started

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- Four-year letter winner in volleyball, basketball and track at Red Bank High School. - Chrystal Helton coached her as a senior, while Susan Thurman was the head volleyball coach her first three seasons. - Won the District 6-AA, Region 3-AAA and Sub-Sectional Championships during her career with the Lions. - All-State (2008). - Two-time All-District (2007-08). - Two-time All-Region (2007-08). - Chattanooga Times Free Press “Best of Preps” (2008). - Lettered in basketball (2005-09) and track and field (2006-09). - Represented Red Bank as a Girls State Delegate. - Ranked fifth in senior class and received United States Army Reserve National Scholar-Athlete Award. - Member of Beta Club, National Honor Society, DECA and was a Junior ROTC Sponsor. - Played for the Chattanooga Choo Choo Volleyball Club.

2010 Match Highlights

Date Opponent K A D BS-BA-TB Notes 9/10 at North Florida 7 0 5 0-5-5 9/10 vs. Illinois-Chicago 8 0 2 0-4-4 .667 9/11 vs. Troy 10 1 1 0-6*-6* .304 9/11 vs. Charleston So. 18 0 1 0-1-1 .484 9/18 UCF 10 1 0 1*-5-6* .292 9/26 at Elon 6 0 ` 0-4-4 10/17 at Col. of Charleston 10 0 0 0-1-1 .500 10/30 Elon 14 1 4 0-4-4 .367 10/31 UNCG 12 0 3 0-2-2 .225 * denotes career-high

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JULIE BARNES SOPHOMORE • OH • 6-0 • FRANKLIN, TENN. (FRANKLIN)

Season SP MP K K/S E TA Pct A A/S SA SA/S SE DIG D/S RE BS BA TB B/S BE BHE Points Pts/S

2009 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 2010 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - TOTAL - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

Sophomore (2010)

- Continued rehab from freshman season and enters 2011 fully healthy. - Student Athletic Advisory Council (SAAC) member. - Appeared on the Dean’s List in the fall and spring.

Freshman (2009)

- Sustaining a knee injury during practice. - Student Athletic Advisory Council (SAAC) member. - Appeared on the Dean’s List in the fall and spring.

Franklin High School

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- Four-year volleyball letter winner for Franklin High School and played under four different coaches - Kim Miller, Jeff Frasier, Maggie Tucker and Jay Goldstein. - Two-time All-District Tournament honors (2007, 2008). - Took MVP honors at the Franklin Invitational (2009). - Named team’s Most Improved Player (2006). - Graduated in the top 20 of her class and was the top student in environmental science. - Earned Principal List honors all four years. - Played for Impact Volleyball Club in Nashville, Tenn. during the offseason.

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- Julie was born in Minneapolis, Minn., on Feb. 26, 1991. - Daughter of Vicki and Vicent Barnes. - Sisters: Stephanie (Vanderbilt) and Courtney (UTC grad student). - Brother: Jeff was an all-conference basketball performer at Milligan College. - Majoring in Environmental Science.

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BRIDGETT CAMACHO

SOPHOMORE • S • 5-11 • CUMMING, GA. (PINECREST ACADEMY) (VCU)

Season SP MP K K/S E TA Pct A A/S SA SA/S SE DIG D/S RE BS BA TB B/S BE BHE Points Pts/S

2010 81 28 2 0.02 6 10 -.400 310 3.83 17 0.21 13 141 1.74 0

0 1 1 0.01 1 6 19.5 0.23

Freshman at VCU (2010) Season Notes

- Played in 28 of 33 matches as a setter as the Rams went 13-20 on the year and 9-5 in the Colonial Athletic Association. - Notched three double-doubles. - Totaled 3.83 assists and 1.74 digs per set. - Recorded 17 service aces and one total block. - Participated in first collegiate match vs. Ohio and registered an assist. - Played for head coach James Finley with the Rams.

Pinecrest Academy

- Four-year letter winner for head coach Amy Camacho at Pinecrest Academy. - Captained the Paladins to its first-ever state championship in 2009 after finishing runner-up as a freshman. - Helped Pinecrest Academy to four regional championships. - Four-time All-Region team (2006-09). - Three-time All-State team (2007-09). - Played club for A5 Volleyball Club coached by Bob Westbrook. - Graduated Cum Laude and was a member of the National Honor Society.

2010 Match Highlights

Date Opponent 8/27 vs. Ohio 9/16 at Colorado St. 9/24 Northeastern 9/25 Hofstra 10/15 at James Madison 10/16 at George Mason 10/23 UNC Wilmington 10/31 at Hofstra 11/12 William & Mary 11/20 at Delaware * denotes career-high

K A D BS-BA-TB Notes 0 2 0 0-0-0 1 19 7 0-0-0 0 8 8 0-1-1 0 15 1 0-0-0 1 ace 0 19 9 0-0-0 0 21 10 0-0-0 2 aces 0 20 5 0-0-0 3 aces 0 18 11 0-0-0 2 aces 0 17 17 0-0-0 2 aces 1 20 7 0-0-0

Personal

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- Born in Miami, Fla., on May 15, 1992, and has resided in Atlanta, Ga., Hardy, Ark., and Marlow, England. - Daughter of Amy and Bruce Camacho. - Brothers: Andrew (Auburn) , Joseph and Luke. - Sisters: Nicole and Gemma. - Majoring in History (Pre-Law).

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ANEISHA CHRISTIE SOPHOMORE • MB • 6-0 • ALPHARETTA, GA. (CENTENNIAL)

Season SP MP K K/S E TA Pct A A/S SA SA/S SE DIG D/S RE BS BA TB B/S BE BHE Points Pts/S

2010 1 1 0 0.00 3 3 -1.000 0 0.00 0 0.00 0

Freshman (2010) Season Notes

- Played in first collegiate match as a middle blocker at Savannah State. - Appeared on the Athletics Director’s Honor Roll in the fall.

Centennial High School

- Four-year letter winner for head coach Julie Faile at Centenial High School. - Two-time Team MVP (2006-07). - Best Blocker (2007). - CHS’ Scholar Athlete Award (2008). - Played for club coach John Edwards for A5 Volleyball in Atlanta, Ga.

Personal

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- Born in Atlanta, Ga., on Apr. 17, 1992. - Daugther of Lynne Christie. - Majoring in Psychology.

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2010 Match Highlights

Date Opponent 8/28 at Savannah St. * denotes career-high

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ANDREA JOHNSON SOPHOMORE • OH • 5-9 • HISXON, TENN. (SODDY DAISY)

Season SP MP K K/S E TA Pct A A/S SA SA/S SE DIG D/S RE BS BA TB B/S BE BHE Points Pts/S

2010 36 15 2 0.06 5 25 -.120 2 0.06 9 0.25 16 45 1.25 9

0 0 0 0.00 0 2 11.0 0.31

Freshman (2010) Season Notes

- Played in 15 matches and started final two in the back row. - Started first collegiate match as defensive specialist at Western Carolina and totaled a season-best nine digs. - Averaged 1.25 digs per set - Recorded nine service aces and two assists. - Appeared on the Athletics Director’s Honor Roll in the fall.

Soddy Daisy High School

- Four-year letter winner for head coach Lorri Johnson at Soddy Daisy High School. - Captained the volleyball team from 2008-09. - Two-time Tennessee Sportswriters Association All-State (2007, 2009). - Four-time All-District Tournament (2005-09). - Played club for Choo Choo City Volleyball Club coached by Paul Brock. - Also played basketball (2005-08) and tennis (2007-08) at SDHS. - District Doubles Champion in tennis (2008).

2010 Match Highlights

Date Opponent K A D BS-BA-TB Notes 8/27 vs. Virginia Tech 0 0 1 0-0-0 9/4 at Kansas 0 1* 2 1 aces 9/7 at Belmont 0 0 7 0-0-0 2 aces* 9/18 UCF 2 0 3 0-0-0 9/18 James Madison 0 0 5 0-0-0 10/24 Furman 0 1* 2 0-0-0 10/31 UNCG 0 0 2 0-0-0 2 aces* 11/7 at Western Carolina 0 0 9* 0-0-0 2 aces* 11/13 Davidson 0 0 8 0-0-0 2 aces* * denotes career-high

Personal

- Born in Knoxville, Tenn., on Mar. 17, 1992. - Daughter of Lorri and James Johnson. - Majoring in Biochemistry.

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TESS KOSYCARZ SOPHOMORE • S • 5-9 • TEMECULA, CALIF. (LINFIELD CHRISTIAN)

Season SP MP K K/S E TA Pct A A/S SA SA/S SE DIG D/S RE BS BA TB B/S BE BHE Points Pts/S

2010 55 22 23 0.42 12 84 .131 423 7.69 21 0.38 25 95 1.73 0

Freshman (2010) Season Notes

- Played in 22 matches including nine starts. - Compiled 7.69 assists and 1.73 digs per set. - Recorded three double-doubles. - Reached the 50 assist-plateau on four occasions along with a 40 assist and 30 assist performance. - Started first collegiate game at setter against Illinois-Chicago registering 51 assists. - Appeared on the Dean’s List in the fall and spring.

Linfield Christian High School

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- Four-year letter winner for head coach Dani Huffman-Schult at Linfield Christian. - Captained LCHS as a senior. - Two-time Team MVP (2008-09). - Four-Time First-Team All-Big Sky League (2006-09). - All-Big Sky League MVP Runner up (2009). - Played for Premier Volleyball Club coached by Todd O’Malley. - Prepvolleyball.com Super Sophomore (2007). - Attended High-Performance/Team USA (social) (2008-09). - Competed in Socccer (2007-2010) at LCHS. - All-Tournament LCHS (2007). - Named to the honor roll following each semester. - Member of the Interact Service Club (2009-10).

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- Born in Glendora, Calif., on Jan. 27, 1992. - Daughter of Paul and Terry Kosycarz. - Brothers: Cody and Colin. Cody is a junior at UCLA and Colin is a graduate of Cal State San Bernardino. - Majoring in Biology (Pre-Med).

2010 Match Highlights

1 3 4 0.07 0 19 46.5 0.84

Date Opponent K A D BS-BA-TB Notes 9/3 vs. Akron 3 15 2 1-0-1 9/10 at North Florida 2 21 9 0-0-0 2 aces 9/10 vs. Illinois-Chicago 2 51 10 0-0-0 2 aces 9/11 vs. Troy 1 54 6 0-1-1 2 aces 9/11 vs. Charleston So. 3 53 15 0-2-2 9/18 UCF 0 20 2 0-0-0 1 ace 10/3 at Savannah St. 2 25 6 0-0-0 3 aces* 10/17 at Col. of Charleston 0 18 1 0-0-0 2 aces 10/30 Elon 5* 55* 7 0-0-0 3 aces* 10/31 UNCG 0 40 10 0-0-0 2 aces * denotes career-high

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JENNIFER KUROSKI SOPHOMORE • OH • 5-11 • ACWORTH, GA. (HARRISON)

Season SP MP K K/S E TA Pct A A/S SA SA/S SE DIG D/S RE BS BA TB B/S BE BHE Points Pts/S

2010 77 27 182 2.36 112 575 .122 6 0.08 6 0.08 21 133 1.73 41

1 20 21 0.27 1

Freshman (2010) Season Notes

- SoCon Freshman of the Week (9/27) - Played in 27 and started 17 matches. - Registered 2.36 kills and 1.73 digs per set. - Finished fourth in kills with 182 and fifth in digs at 133. - Tallied six assists, six service aces and 21 total blocks. - Started first collegiate game at outside hitter against Virginia Tech recording seven kills, six digs and 1 block solo. - Appeared on the Dean’s List in the fall and spring.

Harrison High School

- Two-year letter winner for head coach Clayton Taylor at Harrison High School. - Captained the squad and named team MVP as a senior. - Led the team in kills and points (2009). - Finished eight in the state in kills (2009). - Two-time All-Area Team (2008-09). - Georgia Senior All-Stars (2009). - All-State Honorable Mention (2009). - Played for A5 Volleyball Club coached by Bob Westbrook.

1 199.0 2.58

2010 Match Highlights

Date Opponent K 8/27 vs. Virginia Tech 7 9/3 vs. Arkansas 11 9/4 at Kansas 9 9/7 at Belmont 14 9/10 at North Florida 10 9/10 vs. Illinois-Chicago 19 9/11 vs. Troy 12 9/11 vs. Charleston So. 16 9/17 Belmont 10 9/18 James Madison 6 10/2 at Georgia Southern 6 * denotes career-high

A 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 1

D 6 3 11 5 8 9 7 14 5 9 7

BS-BA-TB 1-0-1 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-2-2 0-0-0 0-4-4 0-0-0 0-5-5 0-2-2 0-1-1 0-2-2

Notes

.245 pct. 2 aces* .300 pct. 2 aces*

Personal

- Born in Kennesaw, Ga., on Jan. 3, 1992. - Daughter of Lynn and John Kuroski. - Undecided on major.

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JESSI BLACKSTOCK FRESHMAN • OH • 5-11 • KILLEN, ALA. (BROOKS)

Brooks High School

- Four-year letter winner for head coach Ryan Roberson at Brooks High School. - The Lions reached the State Elite 8 in final two seasons and finished as the 2010 State Runner-up. - Two-time Max Preps No. 1 in the State of Alabama - Hitting (2009-10) - 2010 PrepVolleyball.com Special Mention and Academic All-American Honorable Mention. - 2010 Alabama Coaches Associationa First Team All-State - 2010 All-State Class 4A Tournament. - 2010 Birmingham News All-State Team. - 2009 Alabama North/South State All-Star game. - Three Time All-Area Team (2008-10). - Three Time All-County Team (2008-10). - Competed in the off-season with club teams: Smith Lake Juniors (Bobby Danniels), Quest Volleyball (Chris Cothran), Mountain Valley Volleyball (Dusty Cothran) and North

Alabama (Amy Moffett). - Participated on the track and field team (2008-11). - Qualified for the high, long and triple jump at the state level and was the 2009 4A-State High Jump Champion. - Junior and Senior Class Vice President at BHS. - Graduated with a 4.0 g.pa. and the Faculty Award. - Member of National Honor Society and Spanish National Honor Society, Who’s Who Among High School Students, Key Club, FBLA, FCCLA, Drama Club and Science Club.

Personal

- Born in Killen, Ala. on April 14, 1993. - Daughter of Kristi and Eric Blackstock. - Brother: Cole Blackstock - Sister: Erica - Majoring in Chemical Engineering.

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KASEY TALLEY FRESHMAN • MB • 5-10 • BOILING SPRINGS, S.C. (BOILING SPRINGS)

Boiling Springs High School

- Four-year letter winner for head coach Allison Elliot at Boiling Springs High School. - Captained the Bulldogs during final two seasons. - Three-time All-Region II 4-A player (2008-10). - 2010 Spratanburg Herald Journal All-Area and AllAcademic team. - 2010 All-Conference team. - 2010 All-State team. - 2010 Bulldogs MVP. - 2009 Bulldogs Best Defensive/Captain Award. - 2008 Bulldogs Best Offensive Award - Two-time Sun-Sentinel All-County First Team (2009-10). - Played club for Club South Volleyball coached by Corey Helle, Sean Fitzgerald, Ashley stathas and Tara Brooks. - Captured the 2010 Palmetto Region State Championship. - Member of National Honor Society, National Beta Club, Renaissance Club and Community Students Invested.

Personal

- Born in Spartanburg, S.C on Aug. 6, 1993. - Daughter of Sherry and Joseph Talley. - Stepfather Sammy Rice. - Brother: Joseph Jr. - Majoring in Premed Biology.

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MELISSA GREEN FRESHMAN • DS • 5-3 • BOCA RATON, FLA. (BOCA RATON)

- Four-year letter winner for head coach Amanda Angermier at Boca Raton High School. - Captained the volleyball team from 2008-10. - 2010 Palm Beach Post Player of the Year - Two-time Palm Beach Post All-County First Team (2009-10). - Two-time Sun-Sentinel All-County First Team (2009-10). - Appeared in the All-County Senior Showcase and North/ South All-Star match in 2010. - Played club for Tribe Volleyball coached by Albert Stergeon and finished fifth in the Junior Olympics in 2010. - An honor student that received the Presidential award. - Participated in basketball (2007-08) and flag football (2007)

Personal

- Born in Boca Raton, Fla., on June 5, 1993. - Daughter of Karen Mancarelli. - Sister: Megan - Major is currently undecided.

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HEAD COACH TRAVIS FILAR FIRST SEASON

Travis Filar enters his first season as the Mocs head coach in 2011. He was named the volleyball program’s sixth head coach on Feb. 17, 2011. Filar comes to Chattanooga after spending four seasons as an assistant coach at North Carolina. There he helped guide the Tar Heels to a 25-10 record in 2010, including a trip to the second round of the NCAA Tournament. As a member of the Tar Heel staff, he primarily worked with the middle blockers, liberos, defensive specialists and coordinated the team’s defensive and blocking systems. He coached three American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) All-Americans in middle blocker Heather Brooks and liberos Brianna Eskola and Kaylie Gibson.

MEET TRAVIS FILAR CHATTANOOGA Season as Head Coach First Date Hired Feb. 17, 2011 Hometown Davidson, N.C.

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Children Savanna (2) Luke (Infant) EDUCATION College Furman University , B.A., Health and Exercise Science, 2000

Eskola finished her career as the all-time digs leader in the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC), while Gibson was named the 2010 ACC Defensive Player of the Year. Three of the middle blockers he coached at Carolina are currently playing professionally in Europe. The Davidson, N.C, native also coached six AVCA All-East Region players and seven All-ACC performers over his career at UNC. The Tar Heels led the ACC in digs per set for the third-consecutive season in 2010, finishing the season No. 9 in the nation in that category. In 2008, he guided a defense that ranked second in the nation in digs per set. The Tar Heels were also first in the ACC in opponent hitting percentage and second in the league in blocks per set. UNC won the ACC title that season, advancing to the second round of the NCAA Tournament.

1987 • 1996 • FOUR SOCON TOURNAMENT TITLES • 1997 • 1998 COACHING EXPERIENCE Furman University Assistant Coach , 2001-02 University of Kentucky Volunteer Assistant, 2003-04 University of Memphis Assistant Coach, 2005-06 - Two AVCA All-American players - Laura Cote - Shelby Burton - Three AVCA All-Midwest Region players - 2006 C-USA Libero of the Year - Christen Clayton - Three All-Conference USA players University of North Carolina Assistant Coach, 2007-10 - Three AVCA All-American players - Heather Brooks - Brianna Eskola - Kaylie Gibson - 2010 ACC Defensive Player of th e Year - Kaylie Gibson - Six AVCA All-East Region players - Seven All-ACC performers

Before coming to North Carolina, Filar was on the coaching staff at Memphis beginning in 2005. His responsibilities were with the middle blockers and team defensive systems. During his two seasons with the Tigers, he coached two AVCA All-Americans in Laura Cote and Shelby Burton, three AVCA All-Midwest Region players and three Conference USA all-league performers including the 2006 Libero of the Year, Christen Clayton. Memphis finished with a 27-8 record in 2006 and was one win from the C-USA title.

He spent two years at his alma mater as an assistant coach and assistant camp director from 2001-03. During that span, he guided four Southern Conference all-league performers. Prior to starting his coaching career, Filar played two seasons of men’s club volleyball at Furman. He graduated with a degree in Health and Exercise Science in 2000.

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Filar worked two seasons as a volunteer assistant at Kentucky. While working with the Wildcats, he also was involved in the community teaching physical education and coaching the boys and girls basketball teams at Trinity Christian Academy in Lexington, Ky.

Additionally, he has worked as an assistant volleyball clinician at the Fellowship of Christian Athletes Girls Sports Camp at Gardner-Webb University. Filar is married to the former Natalie Muro, a four-year women’s soccer letter winner at Furman. The couple has a daughter, Savanna Grace, born on Feb. 10, 2009, and a son, Luke Jonathon, born on June 3, 2011.

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ASSISTANT COACH SAVANAH PARRA FIRST SEASON

Savanah Para begins her first season with the Chattanooga volleyball program. Para joins the staff with four years of coaching experience at Southeast Missouri State, Bradley and Southern Indiana. She is the recruiting coordinator along with working with the setters and offense system. Parra was an assistant coach at Southeast Missouri State in 2010 serving as the recruiting coordinator, while working on the court primarily with the liberos and defensive specialists in passing and defense. She additionally assisted with the offense and setters. During her two-years at Bradley, she helped with the progression of the defensive specialists and setters. Parra assisted in recruiting duties and was in charge of breaking down game film with Bradley players. She was also responsible for all team travel. Prior to working with the Braves, Parra was the graduate assistant coach at the University of Southern Indiana during the 2007 campaign. MEET SAVANAH PARRA CHATTANOOGA Season as Assistant Coach First Responsibilities Recruiting Coordinator, Setters, Offensive System

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Hometown Temecula, Calif.

PERSONAL

EDUCATION College Ohio University, B.S., Hearing, Speech and Language Sciences, 2007 COACHING EXPERIENCE University of Southern Indiana Graduate Assistant Coach , 2007 Bradley University Assistant Coach, 2008-09 Southeast Missouri State Assistant Coach, 2010-11 PLAYING EXPERIENCE Ohio University 2006 MAC Setter of the Year 2005-06 MAC Tournament MVP 2005-06 AVCA Midwest Region Honorable Mention Led the Bobcats to 2005 NCAA Sweet Sixteen

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The Temecula, Calif., native played her collegiate career at Ohio University, and led the Bobcats to four conference titles. She sits in the Top-10 at Ohio for every setter and defensive category in the season and career record books. Aside from school marks, Parra helped the Bobcats finish number one in the nation in kills and assists per game in 2005, along with a Sweet Sixteen appearance in the NCAA tournament. She also finished second in the nation in assists per game. Parra earned MAC Conference Tournament MVP in 2005 to go with AVCA Midwest Region Honorable Mention accolades. In 2006, she repeated those honors and added MAC Setter of the Year to her resume. Para graduated with a Bachelor’s of Science degree while studying Hearing, Speech and Language Sciences and also minored in Psychology.

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ASSISTANT COACH TAYLOR WITTMER FIRST SEASON

Taylor Wittmer enters her first season as an assistant coach with the Chattanooga volleyball team. She comes to the Scenic City after completing her student-athlete career at Indiana University. Wittmer helped lead the Hoosiers to the program’s first NCAA Sweet Sixteen appearance in 2010 as a middle blocker and right side hitter. She played in 128 matches during her four years at Indiana, while registering 1.67 kills and 0.92 blocks per set. She was honored with the Big Ten Sportsmanship Award during the 2010 season voted upon by the league’s coaches. Wittmer was acknowledged with the Coaches’ Award in 2007 and the Player’s Inspiration Award in 2009 by the Indiana volleyball program. The Loogootee, Ind., native received three Academic All-Big Ten selections and earned her degree in exercise science in May 2011. Wittmer is currently working towards her master’s degree in Public Administration from UTC and resides in Chattanooga, Tenn.

MEET TAYLOR WITTMER CHATTANOOGA Season as Assistant Coach First Responsibilities Middle Blockers, Blocking System Hometown Loogotee, Ind.

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EDUCATION College Indiana University, B.S, Exercise Science, 2011

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PLAYING EXPERIENCE Indiana University 2008-10 Academic All-Big Ten 2010 Big Ten Sportsmanship Award Led Hoosiers to the 2010 NCAA Sweet Sixteen

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VOLUNTEER ASSISTANT DUANE HILL SECOND SEASON

Duane Hill begins his second season with the Chattanooga volleyball team. He brings 19 years of coaching experience at the Junior Olympic and high school level. The primary focus for Hill is working with the Mocs outside hitters. Hill began working with Junior Olympic volleyball in the Atlanta area in 1993 coaching teams between the ages of 14 and 18. This experience began with Volleyball Atlanta, which transformed into A5 Volleyball, one of the top programs in the Southeast. He has coached six different teams (1994, 1996-97, 2006-08) that have qualified for the National Championships. The 1997 team was the first 18-year old team from Atlanta, Ga., to qualify for Nationals at a Junior Olympic Qualifier tournament. Additionally, he has coached at Milton High School (1993-95) and the Marist School (1996-99, 2005). During the five years at Marist, Hill was involved with three State Championship and two State runner-up teams. Hill worked as the assistant coach at Brenau College in 2004. MEET DUANE HILL CHATTANOOGA Season as Assistant Coach Second Responsibilities Outside Hitters Hometown Los Angeles, Calif.

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EDUCATION College Georgia Perimeter College, Associates, 2005 COACHING EXPERIENCE A5 Volleyball Assistant Coach, 1993-2009 Previously named Volleyball Atlanta Milton High School Assistant Coach, 1993-95 Marist School Assistant Coach, 1996-99 and 2005 Brenau College Assistant Coach, 2004 Notre Dame High School Head Coach, 2007 Ringgold High School Head Coach, 2009

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In the Chattanooga area, Hill has been the head coach at Notre Dame High School (2007) and Ringgold High School (2009), while also working with the Choo Choo City Volleyball Club. He took Notre Dame to the District Championships in Tennessee and Ringgold to the Elite Eight in Georgia. Throughout Hill’s coaching career, he has assisted at summer camps at Georgia Tech, Georgia and Emory. Hill has additionally organized and instructed at many high school camps. Hill has also trained players individually and as a group as a private trainer since 1992. He has conducted oneon-one training and taught in conjunction with the Suwanee Sports Academy and VolleyPerformance Atlanta. He currently leads the VolleyPerformance program for North Georgia and Chattanooga. The Los Angeles, Calf., native earned his associates degree in history from Georgia Perimeter College. He is currently completing his bachelor’s degree in history at UTC. Hill is married to the former Angie Schweikhardt. The couple has four daughters, Madision (18), Jazmine (17), Kennedy (8) and Baylee (8) and reside in Ringgold, Ga.

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ATHLETIC TRAINER JESS TANNER FOURTH SEASON

Jess is in her fourth year at Chattanooga. Volleyball is her primary sport responsibility is volleyball. Secondary responsibilities include supervising the athletic training duties for softball and coordinating the apparel for the sports medicine department. She is the administrator for NCAA and Institutional Drug Testing. Tanner coordinates the recruitment of graduate assistant athletic trainers. She is the co-creator and co-director of the Personal Best Program. Tanner came to Chattanooga after two years as a graduate assistant athletic trainer at Auburn where she covered men’s and women’s track & field, cross country and golf. She was also active with the Orthopedic Clinic Outreach program helping provide event coverage for area high schools while earning her master’s degree. The West Milford, N.J., native won the Alabama Sports Medicine Institute Award for athletic training. Jess earned her undergraduate degree from James Madison in 2006 where she won several awards including the Aimee Gunnoe Outstanding Athletic Training Student Award. A native of West Milford, N.J., Tanner resides in Chattanooga, Tenn.

STUDENT MANAGER ERICA COWART FIRST SEASON

Erica is entering her fist season as manager for the volleyball team. Last season, Cowart was the official scorer for the Mocs home games at Maclellan Gym As a freshman walk on, Cowart recorded two service aces and two digs for Chattanooga. The Chattanooga, Tenn., native is pursuing a degree in health and human performance at UTC.

Cowart was a four-year letterwinner at Notre Dame High School and helped the Fighting Irish capture the 2006 State Championship.

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She is also an assistant coach with the Choo Choo City Volleyball club working with 14 and 15 year old teams.

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2010 SEASON RECAP RHODES ANNOUNCES RETIREMENT Head coach Lisa Rhodes announced her decision to retire on Dec. 20, 2010. She was the Mocs all-time winningest volleyball coach after finishing her 17th season. The two-time Southern Conference Coach of the Year (1997-98) ends her career with 280 wins. She led Chattanooga to three-straight SoCon Tournament titles from 1996-98 that included appearances in the NCAA Tournament. Rhodes coached three SoCon Players/Liberos of the Year, including two-time National Libero of the Year Laura Newberry, who holds the NCAA career record for digs with 3,176. PASSMORE HONORED AS SOCON LIBERO OF THE YEAR Sophomore Paula Passmore was voted as SoCon Libero of the Year by the league coaches. She paced the conference and finished 18th nationally with 5.45 digs per set. Passmore recorded 654 digs along with 20 service aces and just 25 receiving errors credited against her in 585 opportunities. She was a two-time defensive player of the week and the September defensive player of the moth. The Merrit Island, Fla., native posted a career-best 38-digs against Elon on Oct. 30 and hit 30 digs four different times. Passmore is eight all-time in a single-season with 654 digs. In her two-year career, she has recorded 1,200 digs, which is eigth all-time at Chattanooga.

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200TH SOCON VICTORY With the 3-0 win at Western Carolina on Nov. 7, the Mocs recorded their 200th overall Southern Conference victory. Chattanooga has a 201-181 (.525) dating back to the program’s start in 1983. Over that span, UTC has captured four SoCon titles. UTC is just the third team to reach that mark, just behind Furman and Appalachian State. BARNES NAMED ESPN ACADEMIC FIRST TEAM Senior middle blocker Courtney Barnes was selected to the ESPN Academic All-District IV First Team voted upon by CoSIDA. This was the third time that Barnes has earned recognition, but the first team honors is her first. She led the Mocs with 2.42 kills per set, while hitting .340 percent, fourth in the SoCon. She compiled a career percentage of .312, second all-time in Chattanooga history. The Franklin, Tenn., native paced the team with 22 solos blocks and is second with 96 total blocks. Barnes notched 822 kills in her career at Chattanooga. Barnes completed her career with 57 total blocks, eighth all-time. She has 270 total blocks tied with Heather Strohl. ON THE CAREER CHARTS Senior setter Bailee Chastain registered 713 assists this season, totaling 1,940 in her career. The Chattanooga, Tenn., native is now seventh on the UTC all-time assists charts. She compliled a 2.04 dig per set average along with 41 service aces in her four-years with the Mocs. KUHN APPROACHES CAREER BLOCKS Kuhn paced the team with 114 total blocks this season. She has compiled 257 in her career, eighth all-time, along with 20923locks assists, which is sixth just in front of Barnes. Kuhn set the Chattanooga block assist record in 2009 with 103 and finiched second on the list this season with 99. HOT START AGAINST UNCG Chattanooga came out quickly against the Spartans and recorded 25-18 and 25-20 victories to start the match, but after dropping the third set following the intermission. The Mocs were down 24-20 and

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came within a point on consecutive kills by sophomore right side Christina Teter before UNCG closed the set out 25-23. The fifth set ATTENDANCE RECORD BROKEN was all Spartans as they jumped out to a 9-4 advantage and did not The Mocs hosted their Dig Pink and Camp Reunion Night on Oct. 6 look back in taking the match 15-8. against Samford and set a new attendance record at Maclellan Gym at 687. It surpassed the previous mark of 372 against Wofford on Nov. IMPRESSIVE DEFENSE VS. ELON 11, 2006. Numerous giveaways along with T-shirts, rally towels and Even though the Mocs fell in five-sets to the Phoenix, Passmore set a food attracted students to the event. The UTC Band and Spirit Teams tone for the match with 11 digs in the first set on her way to a career- were there promoting a frenzy environment. best 38 and setting a team season-mark with 102. Sophomore outside Heather Parman notched her fifth double-double of the FRESHMAN KUROSKI EARNS WEEKLY HONOR season with season-highs 18 kills and 22 digs. Kosycarz also played Freshman outside Jennifer Kuroski, one of the main offensive well for Chattanooga totaling a career-high 55 assists during the threats for the Mocs, received freshman of the week recognition match. The Mocs fell behind 2-1 in the match and fought back to from the SoCon on Sept. 27. To open the SoCon slate, Kuroski posted force a decisive fifth set, but were unable to complete the come back. 15 kills, while hitting .325 during two weekend contests at UNCG and Elon, while adding 11 digs. She totaled nine kills without an OUTSIDE PRESENCE error against the Spartans, good enough for a season-best .529 Sophomore Meagan Ernd recorded a career-best 20 kills without an attacking percentage. The Acworth, Ga. native added six kills and error in the thrilling five-set loss to Furman, while Parman recorded seven digs against the Phoenix. Kuroski was the third Moc this 18 against the Paladines and Phoenix and 16 at the Bulldogs along season to be honored by the conference along with senior middle with 12 against UNCG. The presence of the outsides has opened up blocker Courtney Barnes (Offensive - Sept. 13) and Passmore the offense for Chattanooga even more as it still has two talented (Defensive - Sept. 20). middles in Barnes and Kuhn, who have put the team on their backs at times this season. KUHN SELECTED ALL-TOURNAMENT Following a 1-2 mark at the Country Inns & Suites Invitational, Kuhn BLOCKING COMES UP BIG FOR CHATTANOOGA garnered all-tournament honors. She was the best all-around player Chattanooga put up big blocks against Samford and recorded a for the Mocs against UCF posting a team-high 12 kills and eight block season-high 14 during the contests. Barnes paced the Mocs with a assists. The block assists tied her career-high set against Louisiana career-high eight including a solo block, while Chastain set a season- Tech and Elon. She also posted seven kills on only one error for a .667 high with five. The 14 total blocks were the most since Chattanooga attacking percentage against Belmont to open the two-day event. posted 18 at Mercer on Oct. 12, 2004. The Mocs controlled the net, which forced 32 Samford mistakes. PASSMORE TABBED DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF WEEK Passmore was selected as the Southern Conference Defensive Player KNOCKING OFF SAMFORD of the Week. She compiled a 5.82 digs per set average and hit the Samford is the one team in the Southern Conference that has given 30-dig plateau for the third time this season against UCF. The Merritt the Mocs some issues over the past couple seasons. Chattanooga Island, Fla., native registered 30-digs in the Mocs come-from-behind ended that on Oct. 17 with a 3-1 victory at the Pete Hannah Center. win against the Knights. It is the second-straight selection for UTC Its second-set, 26-24, victory was key in gaining confidence, which as Barnes had offensive honors last week. snapped a 19-consecutive set losing streak against the Bulldogs. BARNES TAKES WEEKLY HONORS JUST SHORT AGAINST FURMAN Following Courtney Barnes’ third consecutive all-tournament honor, Chattanooga recorded its highest hitting percentage for a match she was named the SoCon’s Offensive Player and Student-Athlete of this season at .337 against the Paladines. The Mocs committed just the Week on Sept. 15. She recorded career-highs with 22 kills against nine errors of which seven were blocks during the match that lasted Troy and five aces against Illinois-Chicago, while hitting double-digit 2:16. Ernd had a career afternoon picking up 20 kills without an in kills during each match compiling a .408 percentage as the Mocs error for a .541 attack percentage, while fellow classmate Parman went 3-2. Barnes also set season-highs with six blocks and seven registered a career-high 18 kills with just a single mistake for a digs during the week. It was the first weekly honor of Barnes’ career .315 attack percentage, while Chastain set a season-high with 52 and the first for the Mocs since Lara Newbery in 2008. assists. With the match tied at two sets each, the Mocs had a 14-12 lead, but were unable to capitalize as the Paladines tied it up. A kill PASSMORE NAMED ALL-TOURNAMENT by Kuhn put Chattanooga back on top, but Furman would score the Passmore registered 54 digs en route to all-tournament honors at final three points of the match for the 17-15 victory. the Comcast Lady Vol Classic. Chattanooga was taken out in straight sets in each match as the libero recorded an impressive 6.00 digs SWEEPING WOFFORD per set average. The Merritt Island, Fla., native was also named allChattanooga had three players, Barnes, Kuhn and Parman hit tournament following a 67-dig performance at the 2009 Country double-digits in kills against the Terriers. Chastain ran the offense Inns & Suites Invitational in Chattanooga. It included 33 digs in a picking up 37 assists and kept the offense going. The Mocs notched at three-set loss to Austin Peay. least 15 kills in each set and were very consistent in only committing 11 mistakes. Once again, the defense kept rallies alive providing second and third chances on the attack.

1987 • 1996 • FOUR SOCON TOURNAMENT TITLES • 1997 • 1998 2011 Chattanooga Volleyball Combined Team Statistics Overall (12-20) Home (5-7) Away (5-8) Neutral (2-5) SoCon (7-9) ## STATS SUMMARY 6 Courtney Barnes 15 Christina Teter 10 Ellie Kuhn 44 Bailee Chastain 13 Meagan Ernd 21 Jessica Scott 23 Tess Kosycarz 20 Jennifer Kuroski 4 Kirsten Beasley 8 Heather Parman 9 Dakota Davis 3 Paula Passmore 24 Andrea Johnson 7 Aneisha Christie CHATTANOOGA Opponents

|--------------ATTACK-------------| |---SET---| |----SERVE----| |-------DIG-------| |------------BLOCKING-----------| S K K/S E TA Pct A A/S SA SE SA/S RE DIG Dig/S BS BA Total Blk/S BE BHE Points 119 281 2.36 57 658 .340 6 0.05 12 23 0.10 2 99 0.83 22 74 96 0.81 8 1 352.0 82 152 1.85 49 367 .281 14 0.17 0 0 0.00 0 26 0.32 2 56 58 0.71 11 4 182.0 119 192 1.61 77 448 .257 9 0.08 1 0 0.01 2 26 0.22 15 99 114 0.96 16 1 257.5 96 65 0.68 21 205 .215 713 7.43 19 25 0.20 0 211 2.20 5 31 36 0.38 7 11 104.5 83 155 1.87 66 449 .198 7 0.08 1 7 0.01 7 68 0.82 2 20 22 0.27 3 5 168.0 103 94 0.91 37 351 .162 47 0.46 12 24 0.12 24 192 1.86 1 22 23 0.22 0 3 118.0 55 23 0.42 12 84 .131 423 7.69 21 25 0.38 0 95 1.73 1 3 4 0.07 0 19 46.5 77 182 2.36 112 575 .122 6 0.08 6 21 0.08 41 133 1.73 1 20 21 0.27 1 1 199.0 73 50 0.68 28 217 .101 11 0.15 8 10 0.11 23 110 1.51 0 8 8 0.11 1 0 62.0 93 203 2.18 131 753 .096 10 0.11 12 30 0.13 13 200 2.15 1 20 21 0.23 11 2 226.0 54 1 0.02 2 12 -.083 3 0.06 5 7 0.09 8 33 0.61 0 0 0 0.00 0 1 6.0 120 3 0.03 11 77 -.104 40 0.33 20 29 0.17 25 654 5.45 0 0 0 0.00 0 4 23.0 36 2 0.06 5 25 -.120 2 0.06 9 16 0.25 9 45 1.25 0 0 0 0.00 0 2 11.0 1 0 0.00 3 3 -1.000 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 0.0 120 1403 11.69 611 4224 .188 1291 10.76 126 217 1.05 196 1892 15.77 50 353 226.5 1.89 58 54 1755.5 120 1511 12.59 649 4408 .196 1394 11.62 196 221 1.63 125 1839 15.32 47 402 248.0 2.07 70 48 1955.0

Team Statistics

Match Results OPPONENT vs Virginia Tech L at #19 Tennessee L vs Xavier L vs Arkansas L vs Akron L at Kansas L at Belmont W at North Florida L vs Illinois Chicago W vs Troy W vs Charleston So. L BELMONT L UCF W JAMES MADISON L EAST TENNESSEE ST. L at UNCG L at Elon L at Georgia Southern L at Savannah St. W SAMFORD L WESTERN CAROLINA W APPALACHIAN ST. W at The Citadel W at Col. Of Charleston L WOFFORD W FURMAN L at Samford W ELON L UNCG L at Appalachian St. L at Western Carolina W DAVIDSON W

SCORE SCORE-BY-SET 0-3 26-28,19-25,10-25 0-3 20-25,11-25,13-25 0-3 14-25,12-25,23-25 2-3 21-25,25-15,25-20,19-25,11-15 0-3 13-25,21-25,22-25 0-3 27-29,22-25,19-25 3-2 27-25,18-25,20-25,27-25,15-13 2-3 24-26,20-25,25-17,25-21,10-15 3-1 25-10,20-25,25-21,25-17 3-1 25-12,21-25,28-26,25-23 2-3 20-25,21-25,25-21,27-25,13-15 0-3 20-25,9-25,22-25 3-2 8-25,23-25,25-22,28-26,15-8 0-3 15-25,18-25,14-25 1-3 25-23,25-27,24-26,22-25 0-3 22-25,15-25,25-27 0-3 12-25,14-25,22-25 0-3 18-25,17-25,19-25 3-0 25-8,25-8,25-10 0-3 22-25,14-25,23-25 3-1 23-25,28-26,25-17,25-12 3-1 17-25,25-14,25-14,25-23 3-0 25-22,25-18,25-21 1-3 16-25,9-25,25-22,11-25 3-0 27-25,25-20,25-14 2-3 17-25,26-24,25-20,19-25,15-17 3-1 18-25,26-24,25-22,25-21 2-3 25-22,22-25,19-25,25-21,9-15 2-3 25-18,25-20,21-25,23-25,8-15 0-3 15-25,14-25,18-25 3-0 25-13,25-20,25-13 3-1 25-14,25-18,18-25,25-17

ATTEND 604 1307 1307 695 831 854 107 211 91 73 103 20 175 185 275 225 87 573 45 687 215 297 144 257 315 279 341 123 234 311 125 388

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CATEGORY UTC OPP DATE ATTACK @ Aug 27, 2010 Kills 1403 1511 @ Aug 28, 2010 Errors 611 649 @ Aug 28, 2010 Total Attacks 4224 4408 # Sep 03, 2010 Attack Pct .188 .196 # Sep 03, 2010 Kills/Set 10.8 11.6 # Sep 04, 2010 SET Sep 07, 2010 Assists 1291 1394 $ Sep 10, 2010 Assists/Set 10.8 11.6 $ Sep 10, 2010 SERVE $ Sep 11, 2010 Aces 126 196 $ Sep 11, 2010 Errors 217 221 % Sep 17, 2010 Aces/Set 1.0 1.6 % Sep 18, 2010 SERVE RECEPTIONS % Sep 18, 2010 Errors 196 15 Sep 22, 2010 Errors/Set 1.6 1.0 * Sep 25, 2010 DEFENSE * Sep 26, 2010 Digs 1892 1839 * Oct 02, 2010 Digs/Set 15.8 15.3 Oct 03, 2010 BLOCKING * Oct 06, 2010 Block Solo 50 47 * Oct 09, 2010 Block Assist 353 402 * Oct 10, 2010 Total Blocks 226.5 248.0 * Oct 16, 2010 Blocks/Set 1.9 2.1 * Oct 17, 2010 Block Errors 58 70 * Oct 23, 2010 Ball handling errors 54 48 * Oct 24, 2010 ATTENDANCE * Oct 27, 2010 Total 3493 4587 * Oct 30, 2010 Dates/Avg Per Date 12/291 13/353 * Oct 31, 2010 Neutral site #/Avg 7/529 * Nov 06, 2010 * Nov 07, 2010 * Nov 13, 2010

@ Comcast Lady Vol Classic, Knoxville, Tenn. # Jayhawk Classic, Lawrence, Kan. $ UNF Invitational, Jacksonville, Fla. % UTC Invitational, Chattanooga, Tenn. Match Wins by Set# 1 2 3 4 5 Total Chattanooga 0 0 4 6 2 12 Opponents 0 0 12 4 1 17

Wins by Set Chattanooga Opponents

1 2 3 4 5 Total 15 12 7 6 2 42 14 17 22 7 1 61

Points by Set Chattanooga Opponents

1 2 3 4 5 Total 647 624 606 296 44 2217 660 658 706 302 42 2368

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2010 SOCON REWIND 2010 SOCON FINAL STANDINGS

2010 SOCON OVERALL STATISTICS

North Division Conference Team W L Pct. Elon 11 5 .688 UNC Greensboro 9 7 .562 Appalachian State 9 7 .562 Samford 8 8 .500 Chattanooga 7 9 .438 Western Carolina 1 15 .062

Overall W L Pct. 21 14 .600 22 12 .647 18 12 .600 14 17 .452 12 20 .375 6 26 .188

South Division Team Coll. of Charleston Georgia Southern Furman Davidson Wofford The Citadel

Overall W L Pct. 29 6 .829 27 9 .750 17 12 .586 16 18 .471 13 21 .382 7 25 .219

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Hitting Pct. S 1. Parker Small, GSU 133 2. Elyse Chubb, CofC 130 3. Lauren Hutchinson, SAM 98 4. Enjoli Johnson, GSU 81 5. Courtney Barnes, UTC 119 6. Sarah Havel, Cof C 129 7. Alexis Shaffer, FUR 110 8. Jorden Benedict, DAR 122 9. Olivia Humphries, UNCG 126 10. Katie Murphy, SAM 106

Conference W L Pct. 15 1 .938 14 2 .875 11 5 .688 7 9 .438 3 13 .188 1 14 .062

ALL-SOCON HONORS First Team Elyse Chubb, College of Charleston Cole Dawley, College of Charleston Sarah Havel, College of Charletson Sarabeth Peele, Davidson Kelly Kirby, Furman Parker Small, Georgia Southern Kate Van Dyke, Georgia Southern

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Second Team Courtney Rhein, Appalachian State Ginny Phillips, College of Charleston Caroline Lemke, Elon Sarah Schermerhorn, Elon Chandler Ambrester, Furman Bethany Sanford, Georgia Southern Elizabeth Neisler, Samford All-Freshman Team Madelyn McGinnis, College of Charleston Sarah McCarthy, Furman Enjoli Johnson, Georgia Southern Kellie Orewiler, UNCG Katie Murphy, Samford Morgan Cochran, Western Carolina Amanda Liguori, Wofford Player of the Year Cole Dawley, College of Charleston Libero of the Year Paula Passsmore, Chattanooga Freshman of the Year Katie Murphy, Samford Coach of the Year Mary Tendler, Elon

E 87 79 91 23 57 61 50 91 89 85

TA 747 700 589 279 658 658 532 626 627 639

Kills 1. Bethany Sanford, GSU 2. Sarabeth Peele, DAV 3. Elizabeth Neisler, SAM 4. Whitney Russell, CofC 5. Chandler Ambrester, FUR 6. Lauren Hutchinson, SAM 7. Ariel Newman, UNCG 8. Paloma Alvarez, WCU 9. Parker Small, GSU 10. Caroline Lemke, ELON

S 132 121 109 113 101 98 117 113 133 127

No. Avg/S 461 3.49 421 3.48 370 3.39 361 3.19 308 3.05 297 3.03 348 2.97 335 2.96 367 2.76 347 2.73

Assists 1. Kate Van Dyke, GSU 2. Cole Dawley, CofC 3. Megan McMahon, ELON 4. Hayley Lawson DAV 5. Ari Lysacek, UNCG 6. Bailee Chastain, UTC 7. Emily Franklin, WCU 8. Casey Garvey, SAM 9. Sarah McCarthy, FUR 10. Kasey Sauls, ASU

S 136 123 114 121 123 96 79 109 80 109

No. Avg/S 1465 10.77 1271 10.33 1130 9.91 1065 8.80 970 7.89 713 7.43 566 7.16 688 6.31 486 6.07 643 5.90

Service Aces 1. Ginny Phillips, CofC 2. Lizzie West, ELON 3. Christine Perzinski, DAV 4. Natalie Braun, FUR 5. Hillary Fountain, SAM 6. Ashley Roe, GSU 7. Ari Lysacek, UNCG 8. Lauren LaRocque, GSU 9. Molly Crenshaw, DAV 10. Reagan Styles, WOF

S 127 118 122 110 113 132 123 128 108 127

No. 53 43 40 36 36 40 37 38 32 36

Blocks 1. Kayren Finney, UNCG 2. Caroline Sedon, ASU 3. Sarah Havel, CofC 4. Alison Blasingame, ASU 5. Katie Murphy, SAM Caroline Adams, FUR

BA 127 134 122 106 78 86

Total Avg/S 149.0 1.35 150.0 1.35 151.0 1.17 127.0 1.14 106.0 1.00 104.0 1.00

S 110 111 129 111 106 104

K 367 336 297 118 281 279 213 282 273 272

BS 22 16 29 21 28 18

Pct. .375 .367 .350 .341 .340 .331 .306 .305 .293 .293

Avg/S 0.42 0.36 0.33 0.33 0.32 0.30 0.30 0.30 0.30 0.28

Digs S No. Avg/S 1. Paula Passmore, UTC 120 654 5.45 2. Courtney Rhein, ASU 111 530 4.77 3. Ashley Roe, GSU 132 546 4.14 4. Morgan Cochranm, WCU 111 459 4.14 5. Reagan Styles, WOF 127 499 3.93

TEAM LEADERS Hitting Pct. 1. Georgia Southern 2. Coll. of Charleston 3. Furman 4. UNCG 5. Samford 6. Davidson 7. Wofford 8. Elon 9. Chattanooga

S K 136 1833 133 1782 110 1431 128 1624 113 1523 122 1510 128 1493 127 1620 120 1403

E 594 642 551 655 659 659 653 723 611

TA 4696 4416 3901 4466 3995 4185 4307 4671 4224

Pct. .264 .258 .226 .217 .216 .203 .195 .192 .188

Opponent Hitting Pct. 1. Appalachian State 2. UNCG 3. Coll. of Charleston 4. Georgia Southern 5. Furman 6. Wofford 7. Chattanooga

S K 111 1312 128 1537 133 1604 136 1573 110 1370 128 1617 120 1511

E 744 773 812 750 609 750 649

TA 4167 4651 4643 4752 3952 4478 4408

Pct. .136 .164 .171 .173 .193 .194 .196

Assists 1. Georgia Southern 2. Samford 3. Coll. of Charleston 4. Furman 5. Elon 6. UNCG 7. Davidson 8. Appalachian State 9. Chattanooga

S 136 113 133 110 127 128 122 111 120

No Avg/S 1712 12.59 1414 12.51 1645 12.37 1316 11.96 1489 11.72 1494 11.67 1385 11.35 1251 11.27 1291 10.76

Kills 1. Georgia Southern 2. Samford 3. Coll. of Charleston 4. Furman 5. Elon 6. UNCG 7. Davidson 8. Appalachian State 9. Chattanooga

S 136 113 133 110 127 128 122 111 120

No. Avg/S 1833 13.48 1523 13.48 1782 13.40 1431 13.01 1620 12.76 1624 12.69 1510 12.38 1369 12.33 1403 11.69

Blocks 1. Appalachian State 2. Coll. of Charleston 3. UNCG 4. Furman 5. Wofford 6. Elon 7. Georgia Southern 8. Samford 9. Chattanooga

BA Total Avg/S 495 301.5 2.72 492 318.0 2.39 463 291.5 2.28 356 238.0 2.16 393 261.5 2.04 388 252.0 1.98 458 263.0 1.93 320 216.0 1.91 353 226.5 1.89

S 111 133 128 110 128 127 136 113 120

BS 54 72 60 60 65 58 34 56 50

Service Aces 1. Davidson 2. Georgia Southern 3. Wofford 4. Furman 5. Elon 6. Samford 7. Western Carolina 8. Coll. of Charleston 9. UNCG 10. Appalachian State 11. The Citadel 12. Chattanooga

S 122 136 128 110 127 113 115 133 128 111 112 120

No. Avg/S 182 1.49 200 1.47 173 1.35 146 1.33 165 1.30 140 1.24 138 1.20 156 1.17 148 1.16 125 1.13 118 1.05 126 1.05

Digs S No. Avg/S 1. Chattanooga 103 1727 16.77

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2011 OPPONENTS

2011 OPPONENT DIRECTORY

School Contact Email Website Alabama A&M Olivia Washington aamusi@yaboo.com AAMUSports.com Appalachian State TBA TBA GoASU.com Belmont Megan Wilson megan.wilson@belmont.edu BelmontBruins.com College of Charleston Will Bryan Bryanc1@cofc.edu CofcCSports.com Davidson Lauren Biggers labigers@davidson.edu DavidsonWildcats.com East Tennessee State Ryan Dunn etsusportsinfo@etsu.edu ETSUBucs.com Elon Paige Fredrickson pfredrickson@elon.edu ElonPhoenix.com Furman Julie Pare julie.pare@furman.edu FurmanPaladines.com Georgia Southern Barrett Gilham bgilham@georgiasouthern.edu GeorgiaSouthernEagles.com Jackson State Jamea Adams Ginyard jamea.adams-ginyard@jsums.edu JSUTigers.com Kennesaw State Jason Hanes jhanes2@kennesaw.edu KSUOwls.com Mercer Andy Dtabell stabell_al@mercer.edu MercerBears.com UNCG David Percival drperciv@uncg.edu UNCGSpartans.com Northwestern (La.) State Matthew Bonnette Bonnettem@nsula.edu NSUDemons.com Oral Roberts Dustin Main dmain@oru.edu ORUGoldenEagles.com Samford Nathan Sheehan nsheehan@samford.edu SamfordSports.com Southern Miss Shirley Hill shirley.jones-hill@usm.edu SouthernMiss.com Tennessee Tech Nick Burns nburns@tntech.edu TTUSports.com The Citadel Jon Cole jon.cole@citadel.edu CitadelSports.com UNC Asheville Mike Gore mgore@unca.edu UNCABulldogs.com Virginia Tech Rachel Perreault rachelp5@vt.edu HokieSports.com Western Carolina Bryan Powell bryanpowell@email.wcu.edu CatamountSports.com Winthrop Jake Frost frostj@winthrop.edu WinthropEagles.com Wofford Kim Tonkin tonkinkj@wofford.edu WoffordTerriers.com

ALL-TIME MONTH-BY-MONTH RECORD Year Aug. Sept. Oct Nov. Dec. 1997 1-3 8-4 8-0 9-2 0-1 1998 0-0 8-5 7-5 8-0 0-1 1999 0-0 10-3 9-3 6-2 0-0 2000 0-0 7-9 8-2 4-2 0-0 2001 2-0 5-5 7-6 5-3 0-0 2002 0-3 4-9 3-6 3-4 0-0 2003 1-2 5-6 7-4 7-2 0-0 2004 0-0 2-10 4-8 3-3 0-0 2005 0-0 7-8 6-5 6-1 0-0 2006 0-0 6-9 4-7 3-4 0-0 2007 1-3 8-3 7-5 3-3 0-0 2008 0-3 6-7 7-3 4-3 0-0 2009 2-1 7-5 2-8 1-3 0-0 2010 0-3 4-10 6-6 2-1 0-0 Total 7-20 148-178 145-160 91-91 0-2

Date Match Time Fri. Sept. 9 East Tennessee State vs. UNC Asheville 11 a.m. Fri. Sept. 9 UNC Asheville vs. Tennessee Tech 3 p.m. Fri. Sept. 9 East Tennessee State vs. Chattanooga 6 p.m. Sat. Sept. 10 Tennessee Tech at Chattanooga 11 a.m. Sat. Sept. 10 UNC Asheville at Chattanooga 3 p.m. Sat. Sept. 10 East Tennessee State vs. Tennessee Tech 4:30 p.m. * All matches are played in Maclellan Gym. This is the 13th season that the Mocs have hosted a regular season tournament, which has included the past five years. 1985 2-1* 1994 0-3 1995 1-2 1996 2-1* 1997 1-3 1998 1-2 2003 2-2

2005 3-0* 2006 1-2 2007 1-2 2008 2-1* 2009 1-2 2010 1-2 Total 18-23

2011 SOCON CHAMPIONSHIP After a four-team format last season, the Southern Conference Championship is back to its original eight-team setup. This year, the top four teams from the north and south division advance to the tournament hosted by Samford on Nov. 19-21. The champion receives the leagues automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament. Year Champion 1983 Western Carolina 1984 Appalachian State 1985 Western Carolina 1986 Western Carolina 1987 Chattanooga 1988 Marshall 1989 East Tennessee State 1990 Furman 1991 Appalachian State 1992 East Tennessee State 1993 Appalachian State 1994 Appalachian State 1995 Marshall 1996 Chattanooga 1997 Chattanooga 1998 Chattanooga 1999 Davidson 2000 Davidson 2001 Georgia Southern 2002 College of Charleston 2003 Georgia Southern 2004 College of Charleston 2005 College of Charleston 2006 College of Charleston 2007 College of Charleston 2008 Furman 2009 College of Charleston 2010 Georgia Southern

Runner-up Site East Tennessee State ETSU Western Carolina WCU Appalachian State ASU Appalachian State Furman Furman Marshall Western Carolina UTC Western Carolina ETSU Appalachian State WCU East Tennessee State ASU Appalachian State Furman Furman Marshall Furman UTC East Tennessee State Davidson Appalachian State GSU Western Carolina GSU Western Carolina ASU Chattanooga WCU Furman CofC Chattanooga UNCG Georgia Southern Davidson College of Charleston UTC Appalachian State WCU Appalachian State GSU UNC Greensboro ASU UNC Greensboro UTC College of Charleston UNCG Furman Furman College of Charleston ASU

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Year Aug. Sept. Oct Nov. Dec. 1983 0-0 7-1 6-9 1-4 0-0 1984 0-0 2-10 5-8 1-5 0-0 1985 0-0 3-3 6-6 0-2 0-0 1986 0-0 12-1 4-5 1-1 0-0 1987 0-0 6-2 10-4 4-2 0-0 1988 0-0 3-10 4-6 1-1 0-0 1989 0-0 4-4 4-7 1-1 0-0 1990 0-1 7-7 2-4 2-5 0-0 1991 0-1 8-3 6-6 3-4 0-0 1992 0-0 2-5 3-8 2-6 0-0 1993 0-0 0-13 1-14 2-5 0-0 1994 0-0 2-15 1-12 0-8 0-0 1995 0-0 3-11 3-9 2-4 0-0 1996 2-1 9-5 7-2 8-3 0-0

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ALL-TIME CAREER RECORDS Kills

2,068 1,625 1,472 1,226 1,180 1,133 1,084 1,038 982 966

Rachel Evans Kari Krouse Leslee Ball Cheryl Theis Carol Reedus Kylie Hunter Jody Steinberger Carmen Walker Kelly Ramsay Mary Simpson

1995-98 2000-03 2004-07 1998-01 1997-00 1990-93 2000-03 1996-99 2002-05 1985-88

6.67 4.02 3.49 3.45 3.34 3.17 3.16 3.03 2.94 2.83

Myra Guilbeau 1983-84 Rachel Evans 1995-98 Kari Krouse 2000-03 Stephanie Lewis 1983-84, 86-87 Mary Simpson 1985-88 Leslee Ball 2004-07 Carol Reedus 1997-00 Cheryl Theis 1998-01 Michelle McFarland 1995, 97-98 Jody Steinberger 2000-03

4,836 4,523 3,718 3,587 3,400 2,933 2,745 2,731 2,570 2,545

Kari Krouse Rachel Evans Cheryl Theis Kylie Hunter Leslee Ball Jody Steinberger Kelly Ramsay Heather Gibson Lindsey Galloway Carol Reedus

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2000-03 1995-98 1998-01 1990-93 2004-07 2000-03 2002-05 1989-92 2002-05 1997-00

Jenny Kulwinski is the UTC record holder for assists with 3,910 from 1996-99.

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Heather Gibson 1989-92 Rachel Evans 1995-98 Robin Jackson 1991-93, 95 Carmen Walker 1996-99 Heather Strohl 1991-92 Julianna Martinez 2004-07 Natalie Reiniche 1995-97 Carol Reedus 1997-00 Courtney Barnes 2007-10 LuAnn Spangler 1984-87

323 281 279 277 266 223 222 188 175 167

Leslee Ball Rachel Evans Heather Gibson Carmen Walker Julianna Martinez Ellie Kuhn Kelly Ramsay Heather Strohl Sarah Bass Jenny Kulwinski

478 440 383 362 329 270 257 233 Media coverage of the Lady Mocs 1997 run to their first NCAA Tournament appearance as Rachel Evans 222 and Lisa Rhodes (pictured lower left) swept the SoCon Player and Coach of the Year awards.

Heather Gibson Rachel Evans Carmen Walker Leslee Ball Julianna Martinez Heather Strohl Courtney Barnes Ellie Kuhn Robin Jackson Carol Reedus

Kills/Set

Attacks

Block Solos

208 159 127 106 86 63 58 57 48

Attack Percentage

.324 .312 .306 .287 .279 .278 .256 .247 .240 .233

Myra Builbeau Courtney Barnes Carmen Walker Carol Reedus Leslee Ball Rachel Evans Ellie Kuhn Kelley Smith Julie Buck Natalie Reiniche

3,910 3,550 2,723 2,629 2,595 2,202 1,940 1,896 1,581 1,425

Jenny Kulwinski Bethany Herndon Kristi Wrenn Deena Foster Emily McGinnis Dina Parris Bailee Chastain Karen Tate Michaela Huff Jenn Anderson

Assists

1983-84 2007-10 1996-99 1997-00 2004-07 1995-98 2008-pres. 2002-03 2001-03 1995-97

1996-99 2004-07 1995-96 1991-94 2001-03 1984-87 2007-10 1986-89 2005-08 1999-00

290 183 120 118 113 111 105 97 94 93

Service Aces

Kari Krouse Rachel Evans Heather Gibson Kylie Hunter Katy Lusetti Dina Parris Bethany Herndon Heather Strohl Lindsey Galloway Michaela Huff

Digs

^3,176 Lara Newberry 2,058 Kylie Hunter 1,769 Kari Krouse 1,530 Lindsey Galloway 1,320 Rachel Evans 1,265 Dominique Mayor 1,213 Cheryl Theis 1,200 Paula Passmore 1,192 Diane Bukowski 1,164 Sarah Dutcher 1,116 Jenny Kulwinski ^NCAA Record

Block Assists

2004-07 1995-98 1989-92 1996-99 2004-07 2008-10 2002-05 1990-92 2004-07 1996-99

Total Blocks

1989-92 1995-98 1996-99 2004-07 2004-07 1990-92 2007-10 2008-pres. 1991-93, 95 1997-00

2000-03 1995-98 1989-92 1990-93 1997-00 1984-87 2004-07 1990-92 2002-05 2005-08

2005-08 1990-93 2000-03 2002-05 1995-98 2001, 03-04 1998-01 2009-pres. 1988-91 1997-00 1996-99

From 1995-98, Michelle McFarland recorded a 2.94 kills per set average, ninth in a career.

1987 • 1996 • FOUR SOCON TOURNAMENT TITLES • 1997 • 1998

ALL-TIME SEASON RECORDS

Jennifer Beasse holds the single-season record for the most attacks with 1,329 back in 1996. 643 592 588 482 464 452 443 430 426 414 414

1,329 1,308 1,288 1,288 1,271 1,238 1,236 1,177 1,175 1,175

Kills/Set

Rachel Evans Leslee Ball Mary Simpson Rachel Evans Vanessa Pritchett Stephanie Lewis Carol Reedus Rachel Evans Carol Reedus Cheryl Theis

Attacks

Jennifer Beasse Leslee Ball Kari Krouse Rachel Evans Rachel Evans Lindsey Galloway Kari Krouse Kylie Hunter Cheryl Theis Kari Krouse

1997 1996 2007 1996 1999 1998 2001 2000 2001 2003 1988

1997 2007 1988 1996 1989 1986 2000 1998 1999 2001

1996 2007 2003 1996 1996 2005 2001 1993 2001 2002

Mary Silsby Courtney Barnes Carmen Walker Myra Builbeau Myra Builbeau Dina Parris Rachel Evans Leslee Ball Carol Reedus Carmen Walker

1,546 1,453 1,333 1,301 1,177 1,056 996 992 971 948

Kristi Wrenn Jenny Kulwinski Jenny Kulwinski Jenn Anderson Kristi Wrenn Bethany Herndon Emily McGinnis Karen Tate Deena Foster Bethany Herndon

12.51 11.72 11.62 11.59 11.48 11.20 11.18 10.52 10.45 10.33

Jenny Kulwinski Jenn Anderson Jenny Kulwinski Jenny Kulwinski Bailee Chastain Kristi Wrenn Bethany Herndon Bethany Herndon Karen Tate Karen Tate

92 67 66 65 61 58

Kari Krouse Kari Krouse Kari Krouse Kari Krouse Rachel Evans Lindsey Galloway

Assists

Assists/Set

1983 2009 1999 1983 1982 1985 1997 2007 1999 1997

1996 1997 1999 2000 1995 2004 2001 1988 1993 2005

1998 2000 1997 1999 2007 1996 2007 2006 1989 1988

57 54 52 47

Rachel Evans Karen Tate Jamie Engel Kristi Wrenn

Digs

942* Lara Newberry 777 Lara Newberry 736 Lara Newberry 721 Lara Newberry 609 Dominique Mayor 609 Kylie Hunter 588 Kylie Hunter 549 Jennifer Beasse 547 Diane Tench (Bukowski) 546 Paula Passmore * NCAA Record

Digs/Set

7.19^ Lara Newberry 6.76^ Lara Newberry 6.27 Lara Newberry 6.03 Lara Newberry 5.83 Stephanie Lewis 5.41 Paula Passmore 5.16 Dominique Mayor 4.95 Kylie Hunter 4.87 Mary Simpson 4.74 Kylie Hunter ^ Led NCAA

1996 1988 2007 1996

2007 2008 2005 2006 2004 1991 1993 1996 1991 2009

2007 2008 2006 2005 1987 2009 2004 1991 1987 1993

Rachael Evans totaled 440 blocks, second all-time, over her career from 1995-98.

Block Assists

103 100 98 95 94 86 83 82 81 79

Ellie Kuhn Heather Gibson Leslee Ball Heather Gibson Leslee Ball Heather Strohl Carmen Walker Julianna Martinez Leslee Ball Carmen Walker

159 146 126 125 121 119 119 117 113 110

Heather Gibson Heather Gibson Rachel Evans Heather Strohl Heather Gibson Carmen Walker Natalie Reiniche Ellie Kuhn Carmen Walker Rachel Evans

1.32 1.29 1.29 1.14 1.07 1.02 0.95 0.95 Lara Newberry set the NCAA record for digs in a career (3,176) from 2005-08. She also holds the single- 0.94 season NCAA record with 942 digs, when rally scoring was played to 30 back in 2007. 0.93

Heather Gibson Heather Gibson Heather Gibson Ellie Kuhn Carmen Walker Heather Strohl Heather Strohl Carmen Walker Natalie Reiniche Kelley Smith

Service Aces

2001 2003 2000 2002 1998 2005

77 66 59 51 48 47 44 42 39 36

Block Solos

Heather Gibson Robin Jackson Heather Gibson Heather Gibson Rachel Evans Natalie Reiniche Rachel Evans Rachel Evans Heather Strohl Carmen Walker

1992 1993 1991 1990 1996 1995 1995 1997 1991 1998

Total Blocks

Blocks/Set

2009 1991 2007 1990 2006 1991 1998 2006 2005 1999

1991 1990 1996 1991 1992 1998 1995 2009 1999 1997

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5.14 4.49 4.45 4.00 3.95 3.92 3.91 3.86 3.83 3.80

Kills

Rachel Evans Rachel Evans Leslee Ball Jennifer Beasse Carol Reedus Rachel Evans Kari Krouse Carol Reedus Cheryl Theis Kari Krouse Mary Simpson

Attack Percentage

.488 .335 .333 .326 .323 .322 .320 .317 .316 .314

1992 1991 1990 2009 1998 1991 1990 1999 1995 2002

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YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS Block Assists

Year Name Total 2010 Ellie Kuhn 99 2009 Ellie Kuhn 103 2008 Courtney Barnes 72 2007 Leslee Ball 98 2006 Leslee Ball 94 2005 Leslee Ball 81 2004 Julianna Martinez 74 2003 Kelley Smith 75 2002 Kelley Smith 76 2001 Kari Krouse 48 2000 Allison Jurasek 58 1999 Carmen Walker 79 1998 Carmen Walker 83 1997 Rachel Evans 68 1996 Rachel Evans 78 1995 Natalie Reinische 72 1994 Deidra Hinton 24 1993 Robin Jackson 39 1992 Heather Gibson 39 1991 Heather Strohl 86 1990 Heather Gibson 93 1989 Heather Gibson 40 1988 Lisa Blevins 41 1987 Lisa Blevins 60 1986 Unavailable 1985 Laura Spangler 25 1984 Unavailable 1983 Unavailable

2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986

Lara Newberry Lara Newberry Dominique Mayor Kari Krouse Lindsey Galloway Kari Krouse Kari Krouse Cheryl Theis Michelle McFarland Michelle McFarland Jen Beasse Natalie Reinische Jamee Dillard Kylie Hunter Kylie Hunter Diane Tench Diane Bukowski Jody Simpson Vanessa Prichett Stephanie Lewis Sandy Wanat

721 736 609 504 474 408 405 399 408 410 549 295 341 588 405 547 427 332 252 484 347

Block Solos

Leslee Ball had the third best two-year kills total in school history with 982 from 2006-07.

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Kills

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Year Name 2010 Courtney Barnes 2009 Courtney Barnes 2008 Ashley Yeager 2007 Leslee Ball 2006 Leslee Ball 2005 Lindsey Galloway 2004 Lindsey Galloway 2003 Kari Krouse 2002 Kari Krouse 2001 Kari Krouse 2000 Carol Reedus 1999 Carol Reedus 1998 Rachel Evans 1997 Rachel Evans 1996 Rachel Evans 1995 Rachel Evans 1994 Deena Foster 1993 Kylie Hunter 1992 Heather Gibson 1991 Kylie Hunter 1990 Heather Gibson 1989 Jody Simpson 1988 Mary Simpson 1987 Stephanie Lewis 1986 Stephanie Lewis 1985 Kim Husky 1984 Myra Guilbeau 1983 Mary Silsby

Total 281 281 261 588 394 409 360 414 382 443 430 464 452 643 592 381 308 399 274 324 242 246 414 294 294 201 274 197

Hitting Percentage

Year Name Total 2010 Courtney Barnes .340 2009 Courtney Barnes .335 2008 Courtney Barnes .279 2007 Leslee Ball .317 2006 Leslee Ball .271 2005 Kelly Ramsay .266 2004 Kelly Ramsay .260 2003 Julie Buck .233 2002 Kelley Smith .277 2001 Julie Buck .240 2000 Carol Reedus .305 1999 Carmen Walker .333 1998 Carmen Walker .287 1997 Rachel Evans .320 1996 Rachel Evans .302 1995 Natalie Reinische .251 1994 Deidra Hinton .179 1993 Kylie Hunter .177 1992 Heather Gibson .243 1991 Heather Gibson .203 1990 Heather Strohl .141 1989 Jody Simpson .191 1988 Mary Simpson .244 1987 Stephanie Lewis .239 1986 Stephanie Lewis .210 1985 Dina Parris .322 1984 Myra Guilbeau .322 1983 Mary Silsby .448

Year Name Total 2010 Courtney Barnes 22 2009 Courtney Barnes 23 2008 Courtney Barnes 11 2007 Leslee Ball 10 2006 Julianna Martinez 16 2005 Julianna Martinez 19 2004 Julianna Martinez 20 2003 Kelley Smith 16 2002 Tracie Grant 16 2001 Kari Krouse 16 2000 Carol Reedus 26 1999 Carmen Walker 34 1998 Carmen Walker 36 1997 Rachel Evans 42 1996 Rachel Evans 48 1995 Natalie Reinische 47 1994 Deidra Hinton 28 1993 Robin Jackson 66 1992 Heather Gibson 76 1991 Heather Gibson 59 1990 Heather Gibson 50 1989 Heather Gibson 21 1988 Karen Chastain 28 1987 Stephanie Lewis 23 1986 Unavailable 1985 Laura Spangler 21 1984 Unavailable 1983 Unavailable

Digs

Year Name Total 2010 Paula Passmore 2009 Paula Passmore 546 2008 Lara Newberry 777 2007 Lara Newberry 942

Kari Krouse led the Lady Mocs in service aces 2000-03. Krouse holds the top four marksWanat in aces with a 260 high 1985 seasonSandy of 92. 1984 Unavailable 1983 Unavailable

Service Aces

Year Name Total 2010 Tess Kosycarz 21 2009 Paula Passmore 23 2008 Ashley Yeager 26 2007 Jamie Engel 52 2006 Michaela Huff 26 2005 Lindsey Galloway 58 2004 Lindsey Galloway 36 2003 Kari Krouse 67 2002 Kari Krouse 65 2001 Kari Krouse 92 2000 Kari Krouse 66 1999 Katy Lusetti 40 1998 Rachel Evans 61 1997 Michelle McFarland 32 1996 Rachel Evans 57 1995 Rachel Evans 41 1994 Becky Brashears 33 1993 Joni Chandler 36 1992 Heather Gibson 41 1991 Heather Strohl 35

1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983

Heather Gibson Kate Tate Karent Tate Stephanie Lewis Vanessa Prichett Dina Parris Myra Guilbeau Myra Guilbeau

Assists

Year Name 2010 Bailee Chastain 2009 Bailee Chastain 2008 Michaela Huff 2007 Bethany Herndon 2006 Bethany Herndon 2005 Bethany Herndon 2004 Bethany Herndon 2003 Emily McGinnis 2002 Jessica Woodby 2001 Emily McGinnis 2000 Jenn Anderson 1999 Jenny Kulwinski 1998 Jenny Kulwinski 1997 Jenny Kulwinski 1996 Kristi Wrenn 1995 Kristi Wrenn 1994 Becky Brashears 1993 Deena Foster 1992 Deena Foster 1991 Deena Foster 1990 Heather Strohl 1989 Karen Tate 1988 Karen Tate 1987 Dina Parris 1986 Dina Parris 1985 Dina Parris 1984 Dina Parris 1983 Unavailable

Kills/Set

Year Name 2010 Courtney Barnes Jennifer Kuroski 2009 Courtney Barnes 2008 Courtney Barnes 2007 Leslee Ball 2006 Leslee Ball 2005 Lindsey Galloway 2004 Lindsey Galloway 2003 Kari Krouse 2002 Kari Krouse 2001 Cheryl Theis 2000 Carol Reedus 1999 Carol Reedus 1998 Rachel Evans 1997 Rachel Evans 1996 Rachel Evans 1995 Rachel Evans 1994 Deena Foster 1993 Kylie Hunter 1992 Heather Gibson 1991 Kylie Hunter 1990 Heather Strohl 1989 Vanessa Pritchett 1988 Mary Simpson

34 26 54 32 24 31 41 22 Total 713 576 607 883 663 948 1,056 826 750 996 1,301 1,333 851 1,453 1,546 1,177 788 971 753 756 393 763 992 721 569 426 486

Total 2.36 2.36 2.73 2.51 4.49 3.43 3.44 3.10 3.45 3.42 3.80 3.91 3.83 3.86 5.14 4.00 3.05 2.59 3.22 3.08 2.63 2.25 3.94 4.45

1987 • 1996 • FOUR SOCON TOURNAMENT TITLES • 1997 • 1998

YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS 1987 Stephanie Lewis 1986 Stephanie Lewis 1985 Kim Husky 1984 Unavailable 1983 Unavailable

3.54 3.92 3.29

Digs/Set

Year Name Total 2010 Paula Passmore 5.45 2009 Paula Passmore 5.41 2008 Lara Newberry 6.76 2007 Lara Newberry 7.19 2006 Lara Newberry 6.27 2005 Lara Newberry 6.03 2004 Dominique Mayor 5.16 2003 Dominique Mayor 4.22 2002 Lindsey Gallway 4.51 2001 Kari Krouse 3.43 2000 Kari Krouse 3.65 1999 Cheryl Theis 3.53 1998 Michelle McFarland 3.55 1997 Michelle McFarland 3.28 1996 Jennifer Beasse 3.73 1995 Michelle McFarland 2.53 1994 Jamee Dillard 2.77 1993 Kylie Hunter 4.74 1992 Kylie Hunter 4.40 1991 Kylie Hunter 4.95 1990 Diane Bukowski 4.07 1989 Jody Simpson 4.55 1988 Vanessa Pritchett 2.66 1987 Stephanie Lewis 5.83 1986 Sandy Wanat 4.51 1985 Dina Parris 3.21 1984 Unavailable 1983 Unavailable

Blocks/Set

Year Name 2010 Ellie Kuhn 2009 Ellie Kuhn

Total 0.96 1.14

2008 Courtney Barnes 0.85 2007 Leslee Ball 0.82 2006 Julianna Martinez 0.92 2005 Leslee Ball 0.81 2004 Julianna Martinez 0.86 2003 Kelley Smith 0.84 2002 Kelley Smith 0.97 2001 J. Buck/T. Darr 0.53 2000 Allison Jurasek 0.78 1999 Carmen Walker 0.95 1998 Carmen Walker 1.07 1997 Rachel Evans 0.88 1996 Rachel Evans 0.85 1995 Natalie Reinische 0.94 1994 Deidra Hinton 0.51 1993 Robin Jackson 0.85 1992 Heather Gibson 1.29 1991 Heather Gibson 1.29 1990 Heather Gibson 1.32 1989 Heather Gibson 0.85 1988 Blevins/Chastain 0.69 1987 Lisa Blevins 0.91 1986 Lisa Spangler 0.73 1985 Lisa Spangler 0.71 1984 Unavailable 1983 Unavailable

Assists/Set

Year Name 2010 Tess Kosycarz 2009 Bailee Chastain 2008 Michaela Huff 2007 Bailee Chastain 2006 Bethany Herndon 2005 Bethany Herndon 2004 Bethany Herndon 2003 Emily McGinnis 2002 Jessica Woodby 2001 Emily McGinnis 2000 Jenn Anderson 1999 Jenny Kulwinski

Total 7.69 6.55 7.40 11.48 10.52 8.17 9.78 8.88 9.87 10.16 11.59 11.59

1998 Jenny Kulwinski 1997 Jenny Kulwinski 1996 Kristi Wrenn 1995 Kristi Wrenn 1994 Becky Brashears 1993 Deena Foster 1992 Deena Foster 1991 Deena Foster 1990 Heather Strohl 1989 Karen Tate 1988 Karen Tate 1987 Dina Parris 1986 Dina Parris 1985 Dina Parris 1984 Unavailable 1983 Unavailable

12.51 11.62 11.20 9.49 6.85 7.83 8.18 7.88 3.78 10.45 10.33 10.15 7.49 6.77

Team Match Records

Most Kills............................................................100 vs. Samford (10/24/91) Most Attack Attempts........................................285 vs. Austin Peay (9/6/00) Highest Attack Pct......................................... .500 vs. The Citadel (11/14/99) Most Assists...............................................85 vs. Western Carolina (10/4/88) Most Service Aces.......................................20 vs. Western Carolina (10/4/88) Most Block Solos.....................................................16 vs. Samford (9/28/93) Most Block Assists......................................... 37 vs. Jacksonville St (9/28/90) Most Digs.........................................................172 vs. Austin Peay (9/17/91)

Team Season Records

Most Victories........................................................................26 (1996, 1997) Highest Winning Pct.................................................................... .757 (1999) Most Consecutive Victories..............................................................11 (1999) Most Consecutive Start of Season Victories.....................................10 (1986) Most Conference Victories.....................................................16 (1997, 1999) Highest Conference Winning Pct................................................1.000 (1997) Most Home Victories................................................... 12 (1997, 1999, 2005) Most Consecutive Home Victories....................................................11 (1997) Highest Home Winning Pct......................................................... .857 (2005) Most Road Victories.........................................................................15 (1987) Most Consecutive Road Victories................................... 7 (1987, 1996, 1998) Highest Road Winning Pct........................................................... .714 (1987) Most Attack Attempts................................................................6,280 (1996) Highest Attack Pct....................................................................... .382 (1984) Most Kills...................................................................................2,238 (1996) Most Assists...............................................................................1,945 (1996) Most Services Aces........................................................................256 (1996) Most Block Solos.................................................................133 (1991, 1992) Most Block Assists.........................................................................360 (2002) Most Digs...................................................................................2,964 (2007)

Individual Match Records

Lindsey Galloway paced Chattanooga in kills from 2004-05. She led the team with 474 digs in 2002.

Individual Season Records

Most Sets Played.....................................................148, Rachel Evans (1996) Most Kills................................................................643, Rachel Evans (1997) Kills/Set.................................................................5.14, Rachel Evans (1997) Most Attack Attempts......................................1,329, Jennifer Beasse (1996) Highest Attack Pct................................................... .448, Mary Silsby (1984) Most Assists..........................................................1,546, Kristi Wrenn (1996) Assists/Set......................................................12.51, Jenny Kulwinski (1998) Most Service Aces........................................................ 92, Kari Krouse (2001) Most Digs.............................................................942, Lara Newberry (2007) Digs/Set..............................................................7.19, Lara Newberry (2007) Most Block Solos...................................................76, Heather Gibson (1992) Most Block Assists........................................ 103, Ellie Kuhn (2009) Total Blocks.........................................................159, Heather Gibson (1991) Blocks/Set..........................................................1.32, Heather Gibson (1990)

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Most Kills........................ 36, Mary Simpson vs. Western Carolina (11/11/88) Most Attacks................... 94, Mary Simpson vs. Western Carolina (11/11/88) Highest Hit Pct.................750, Vanessa Pritchett vs. Bryan College (11/7/89) Most Assists..................................... 79, Jenny Kulwinski vs. UNCG (10/3/97) Most Service Aces.................. 10, Karen Tate vs. Western Carolina (10/14/88) Most Digs.........................................46, Kylie Hunter vs. Samford (10/15/91) Most Block Solos...............................9, Robin Jackson vs. Samford (9/28/93) Most Block Assists................11, Heather Strohl vs. Jacksonville St. (9/28/90)

Bailee Chastain took over for an injured Bethany Herndon in 2007 to record the best assist per game (11.48) total since Jenn Anderson (11.59) in 2000 and the fifth best average in school history.

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ALL-TIME TEAM RECORDS Kills

1. 2,238 2. 1,936 3. 1,872 4. 1,822 5. 1,802 6. 1,782 7. 1,725 8. 1,720 9. 1,707 10. 1,592

Kills/Set

1. 15.24 2. 15.23 3. 15.06 4. 15.02 5. 14.89 6. 14.33 7. 14.29 8. 14.14 9. 13.88 10. 13.49

Attacks

2011 VOLLEYBALL

1. 6,280 2. 6,056 3. 5,144 4. 5,121 5. 5,105 6. 5,041 7. 5,033 8. 4,999 9. 4,987 10. 4,963

Attack Pct.

1. .382 2. .215 3. .214 4. .204 5. .204 6. .201 7. .201 8. .198 9. .198 10. .194

Assists

1. 1,945 2. 1,690 3. 1,661 4. 1,646 5. 1,587 6. 1,576 7. 1,530

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1996 1997 2007 1999 1998 2000 2005 2003 2001 2004

1997 2000 1999 1996 1998 2003 2007 2005 2001 2004

1996 2007 2003 1999 1991 2005 2006 2000 2001 1998

1984 1985 1997 1996 1999 2000 2003 2005 2001 1983

1996 2007 1997 1999 2000 1998 2003

8. 1,515 9. 1,513 10. 1,441

Assists/Set

1. 13.60 2. 13.56 3. 13.08 4. 13.05 5. 13.02 6. 12.90 7. 12.75 8. 12.40 9. 12.32 10. 12.21

Service Aces

1. 256 2. 239 3. 207 4. 202 5. 196 6. 196 7. 192 8. 191 9. 183 10. 176

Aces/Set

1. 1.94 2. 1.93 3. 1.93 4. 1.76 5. 1.74 6. 1.72 7. 1.68 8. 1.66 9. 1.66 10. 1.64

Digs

1. 2,964 2. 2,852 3. 2,701 4. 2,354 5. 2,318 6. 2,303 7. 2,296 8. 2,265 9. 2,245 10. 2,160

Digs/Set

1. 22.62 2. 22.46 3. 21.96

2001 2005 2004

1999 2000 1997 1996 1998 2007 2003 2005 2001 2004

1996 2001 1995 2005 1991 2000 1998 2002 1992 1987

2001 1987 1992 2006 1985 1996 2000 1989 2005 1995

2007 1996 1991 2006 2005 1999 2003 1998 1990 2004

2007 1986 1991

4. 21.45 5. 20.47 6. 19.87 7. 19.14 8. 19.13 9. 19.03 10. 19.03

Block Solos

1. 135 2. 133 3. 127 4. 126 5. 123 6. 106 7. 101 8. 86 9. 85 10. 82

Block Assists

1. 385 2. 366 3. 354 4. 345 5. 342 6. 333 7. 332 8. 330 9. 329 10. 326

Total Blocks

1. 298.5 2. 298.0 3. 267.0 4. 264.0 5. 248.0 6. 231.0 7. 229.0 8. 226.5 9. 220.5 10. 218.5

Blocks/Set

1. 2.64 2. 2.42 3. 2.42 4. 2.21 5. 2.16 6. 2.14 7. 2.10 8. 2.07 9. 2.05 10. 1.97

1987 2006 1990 1996 2003 1999 1985

1992 1991 1995 1990 1993 1988 1996 1985 2000 1987

2006 2002 1998 1990 2007 2009 1996 1991 2005 2003

1990 1991 1996 1995 1998 2003 2002 2006 1987 1999

1990 1991 1987 1992 1988 1985 1995 2009 1998 2006

SoCon Match Record

Team, Total Blocks, 42, 10/19/90

All-Conference Selections First Team

1986......................................................................... Stephanie Lewis 1987.......................................................Stephanie Lewis, Dina Parris 1988............................................................................ Mary Simpson 1996.............................................................................. Rachel Evans 1997................................................... Jenny Kulwinski, Rachel Evans 1998.....................................................Rachel Evans, Carmen Walker 1999.......................... Carmen Walker, Carol Reedus, Jenny Kulwinski 2000........................................................... Carol Reedus, Kari Krouse 2001.................................................................................Kari Krouse 2003.................................................................................Kari Krouse 2007.................................................................................. Leslee Ball 2008............................................................................Lara Newberry

Second Team

1989............................................................................. Jody Simpson 1990.......................................................................... Heather Gibson 1991.......................................................................... Heather Gibson 1992.......................................................................... Heather Gibson 1993............................................................................... Kylie Hunter 1995.............................................................................. Rachel Evans 1996......................................................Jennifer Beasse, Kristi Wrenn 1998..........................................................................Jenny Kulwinski 2002.................................................................................Kari Krouse 2005............................................................................Lara Newberry 2007............................................................................Lara Newberry

Freshman Team

2009......................................................................Paula Passmore

All-Tournament

1986......................................................................... Stephanie Lewis 1987.......................................................Stephanie Lewis, Dina Parris 1991.......................................................................... Heather Gibson 1996............................... Rachel Evans, Kristi Wrenn, Jennifer Beasse 1997................... Jenny Kulwinski, Michelle McFarland, Rachel Evans 1998...............................Jenny Kulwinski, Cheryl Theis, Rachel Evans 1999..................................................... Carol Reedus, Carmen Walker 2001............................................................ Cheryl Theis, Kari Krouse 2006............................................................................Lara Newberry 2007............................................................................Lara Newberry

SoCon Tournament MVP

1987..................................................................................Dina Parris 1996.......................................................................... Jennifer Beasse 1997.............................................................................. Rachel Evans 1998.............................................................................. Rachel Evans

1987 • 1996 • FOUR SOCON TOURNAMENT TITLES • 1997 • 1998

MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS SoCon Regular-Season Champions 1997, 1998

SoCon Tournament Champions 1987, 1996, 1997, 1998

Coach of the Year Lisa Rhodes, 1996 Lisa Rhodes, 1997

Player of the Year Rachel Evans, 1997

Freshman of the Year Rachel Evans, 1995 Kari Krouse, 2000 Lara Newberry, 2005

Kari Krouse (left) and Lara Newberry (right) are the only two Lady Mocs to earn mention on the AVCA All-South Region team in 2003 and 2007 and 2008, respectively. Newberry led the nation in digs with a national record 942 in 2007 en route to being named Collegiate Volleyball Update’s National Libero of the Year repeating the honor in 2008. She is a three-time SoCon Libero of the Year (2005, 2007, 2008). Krouse’s 342 service aces is a Southern Conference career record, while Newberry’s 3,176 career digs is an NCAA record.

SoCon Libero of the Year Lara Newberry, 2005 Lara Newberry, 2007 Lara Newberry, 2008

National Libero of the Year

Lara Newberry, 2007 Collegiate Volleyball Update Lara Newberry, 2008 Collegiate Volleyball Update

AVCA All-South Region

Kari Krouse, 2003 Lara Newberry, 2007 Honorable Mention Lara Newberry, 2008 Honorable Mention

NCAA Record Holders

Lara Newberry, Digs - Career, 3,176, 2005-08 Lara Newberry, Digs - Season, 942, 2007

Head Coach Lisa Rhodes (center) with Jenny Kulwinsiki (left), Carmen Walker (middle) and Annie Hoekstra (right) each holding one of the three trophies the Lady Mocs won from 1996-1998.

SoCon Career Record

Kari Krouse, Service Aces, 342, 2000-03 Lara Newberry, Digs, 3,176, 2005-2008

SoCon Season Record

Team, Kills, 2,238, 1996 Team, Assists, 1945, 1996 Lara Newberry, Digs, 942, 2007 Lara Newberry, Digs per Game, 7.19, 2007

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National Stat Leader

Lara Newberry, Digs, 7.19, 2007 Lara Newberry, Digs, 6.76, 2008

Rachel Evans (left) is the Lady Mocs only SoCon Player of the Year earning the honor in 1997. Along with Krouse and Newberry, she is one of three Frehmen of the Year (1995) and is a two-time SoCon Tournament MVP (1997, 1998). Evans’ 2,068 career kills and 643 kills in 1997 are school records.

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ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS

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Kelsey Amundson.........................................................2004-07 Jenn Anderson..............................................................1999-00 Leslee Ball.....................................................................2004-07 Courtney Barnes.................................................. 2007-pres. Sarah Bass.....................................................................2004-07 Kirsten Beasley.................................................... 2009-pres. Jennifer Beasse.............................................................1995-96 Ashlee Bibee...................................................................... 2003 Kelley Black...................................................................1989-92 Rachel Beard...................................................................... 2003 Lisa Blevins...................................................................1985-88 Michelle Bostic................................................................... 1984 Georgetta Bracy............................................................1998-01 Becky Brashears............................................................1993-94 Mari Kay Bridges................................................................ 1984 Laura Brock.................................................................... 2009 Kyra Bryant...................................................................2001-02 Diane Bukowski.............................................................1988-91 Julie Buck......................................................................2001-03 Catie Bumber..................................................................... 1995 Renee Carlisle..................................................................... 1983 Jessica Carson.................................................................... 2003 Nicole Carson................................................................1999-00 Tisa Carver.......................................................................... 1989 Joni Chandler................................................................1993-94 Bailee Chastain.................................................... 2007-pres. Karen Chastain......................................................... 1987, 1988 Cassie Conner................................................................2008-09 Erica Cowart....................................................................... 2009 Dakota Davis........................................................ 2009-pres. Tara Darr............................................................................ 2001

Bethany Herndon (2004-07) Four-year starter at setter for the Lady Mocs.

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Darla Demos....................................................................... 1984 Jamee Dillard................................................................1992-94 Pamela Dorsey..............................................................1983-84 Amanda Durfee.............................................................2003-05 Sarah Dutcher...............................................................1997-00 Meagan Ernd........................................................ 2009-pres. Jamie Engel...................................................................2006-07 Rachel Evans.................................................................1995-98 Carrie Forsyth................................................................1992-95 Deena Foster.................................................................1991-94 Lindsey Galloway..........................................................2002-05 Heather Gibson.............................................................1989-92 Courtney Gilmore............................................................... 1989 Meg Glass........................................................................... 1987 Vera Graham...................................................................... 1991 Tracie Grant.......................................................................20-02 Susan Green....................................................................... 1987 Dana Griffith.....................................................................19-91 Myra Guilbeau...................................................................19-84 Amanda Hardyman............................................................ 2002 Stephanie Harville.........................................................2008-09 Bethany Herndon..........................................................2004-07 Tracy Hetzler.................................................................1993-95 Andrea Hoekstra...........................................................1995-99 Michaela Huff................................................................2005-08 Kylie Hunter..................................................................1990-93 Katie Huntsman................................................................. 2006 Kim Husky.......................................................................... 1985 Liz Inskeep....................................................................2003-04 Robin Jackson...............................................................1991-95 Stephanie Jessup..........................................................1996-97 Hope Johnson.................................................................... 1986 Allison Jurasek................................................................... 2000 Jen Kincaide..................................................................1995-98 Kari Krouse....................................................................2000-03 Ellie Kuhn.............................................................. 2008-Pres. Aurore Kullak................................................................2007-08 Jenny Kulwinski............................................................1996-99 Shane Lambert.................................................................. 1991 Stephanie Lewis............................................................1984-87 Katy Lusetti...................................................................1997-00 Kelton Mack..................................................................2000-01 Leigh Marrero..................................................................... 1983 Julianna Martinez.........................................................2004-07 Erin Mayne....................................................................1994-95 Dominique Mayor.........................................................2001-04 Lori Massengill................................................................... 1985 Chris McClure..................................................................... 1984 Michelle McFarland.......................................................1995-97 Emily McGinnis..............................................................2001-04 Jessica Menzer..............................................................2005-06 April Miller......................................................................... 1992 Susan Murphy.................................................................... 1983 Laura Nethery...............................................................2005-08 Lara Newberry..............................................................2005-08 Jennifer Norton.............................................................2001-02 Wendy Oliver.................................................................1994-95 Valerie Parks...................................................................... 1984 Heather Parman.................................................. 2009-pres. Dina Parris.....................................................................1984-87 Paula Passmore................................................... 2009-pres. Vanessa Pritchett..........................................................1986-89 Ann Rainey......................................................................... 1986

Jenny Kulwinski (1996-99) All-time leader in assists at UTC with 3,910.

Rhonda Ralston.............................................................1985-88 Kelly Ramsay.................................................................2002-05 Carol Reedus.................................................................1997-00 Natalie Reiniche............................................................1995-97 Emily Richardson................................................................ 2005 Jaclyn Schremp.............................................................1997-98 Jessica Scott................................................2008-pres. Mary Silsby........................................................................ 1983 Jody Simpson................................................................1986-89 Mary Simpson...............................................................1985-88 Amanda Smith................................................................... 2002 Kelley Smith..................................................................2002-03 Luanne Spangler...........................................................1984-87 Angie Spencer.................................................................... 1991 Jody Steinberger...........................................................2000-03 Heather Strohl...............................................................1990-92 Karen Tate.....................................................................1986-89 Kathy Tate.....................................................................1989-90 Cheryl Theis...................................................................1998-01 Sarah Torgeson..............................................................2008-09 Carmen Walker..............................................................1996-99 Sandy Wanat.................................................................1983-86 Susan Ward........................................................................ 1992 Remell Watson................................................................... 1984 Shanon Weathers............................................................... 1986 Chrisse West....................................................................... 1991 Kari Wiedinger..............................................................2005-06 Kynette Williams...........................................................1984-85 Jessica Williamson.............................................................. 2008 Jessica Woodby.................................................................. 2002 Kristi Wrenn..................................................................1995-96 Ashley Yeager................................................................2006-08 Dris Zarta........................................................................... 1991

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ALL-TIME RECORDS VS. OPPONENTS Opponent Record Last Alabama 0-3 1994 Alabama A&M 3-0 2001 UAB 0-3 1997 Alabama-Huntsville 5-0 1991 Alabama State 1-0 1994 American University 0-1 1999 Appalachian State 21-33 2009 Arizona State 0-1 2003 Arkansas 0-0 First Meeting Arkansas State 0-1 2000 Auburn 0-1 2000 Augusta College 2-0 1994 Austin Peay 11-18 2009 Belmont 3-3 2009 Bethune-Cookman 1-0 1987 Birmingham-Southern 0-3 2006 Bluefield 1-0 1996 Bryan College 7-2 1989 UC Riverside 1-0 2007 Campbell 1-2 1994 Carson-Newman 1-0 1986 Centenary 1-0 2002 UCF 0-3 2007 Central Michigan 0-1 2008 College of Charleston 9-22 2009 Charleston College 1-1 1990 Charleston Southern 1-2 1997 Cincinnati 0-1 1995 The Citadel 17-0 2009 Clemson 0-2 1993 Cleveland State 0-1 1984 Coastal Carolina 1-4 2008

Record Last 8-0 1986 0-1 1994 18-19 2009 0-1 2002 0-1 2003 1-2 1993 29-27 2009 0-1 2006 0-1 2002 0-1 1999 1-0 1986 10-5 2009 0-1 1984 0-1 1998 0-2 2008 0-1 1983 0-1 2007 22-31 2009 0-1 1984 23-15 2009 5-6 2008 3-8 2002 1-0 2009 1-0 1984 1-0 1996 0-1 2008 1-0 1986 0-0 First Meeting 0-1 2006 0-1 2003 1-0 2009 5-0 2007 1-1 1991 7-4 2005 2-1 2009 0-1 2005 1-1 2007 1-0 1993 4-3 2007 0-1 2004 1-0 2009 2-0 2002 0-3 1988 0-2 2009 0-1 2008 0-1 1984 9-15 2003 0-3 2008 10-6 2006 10-19 2004 0-4 1999 1-0 2002 0-2 2007 1-0 2003 0-1 1995 0-4 2009

Opponent Murray State Nicholls State North Alabama North Florida North Carolina Northern Colorado N.C. A&T North Carolina State UNC Asheville UNC Charlotte UNC Greensboro UNC Wilmington North Georgia Northeastern Illinois Oglethorpe Oklahoma Radford Rice Rider Rollins St. Leo St. Thomas Sacred Heart Sam Houston State Samford Savannah State SIU-Edwardsville South Alabama South Carolina Southeastern Louisiana Southern Methodist USC Spartanburg South Florida Stephen F. Austin Stetson Tampa Tennessee Tennessee-Martin Tennessee State Tennessee Tech Tennessee Temple Texas Tech Toledo Trevecca Nazarene Troy Tulane Virginia Tech Washington Western Carolina Western Kentucky Winthrop Wofford Xavier

Record Last 0-1 1998 1-0 2000 0-1 1998 0-0 First Meeting 0-1 1983 0-1 2006 1-0 2005 1-1 2006 1-2 2007 0-6 1995 23-4 2009 3-1 2005 1-0 1983 0-1 1993 1-0 1983 0-1 2003 0-1 1996 0-1 1984 1-0 1999 0-1 1986 1-0 1987 1-0 1986 1-0 1999 0-1 1992 10-14 2009 0-0 First Meeting 1-0 2009 1-1 2008 0-3 1998 1-0 2009 0-2 2006 0-2 1986 0-5 2004 0-1 2003 0-2 1988 0-1 1987 0-6 2008 0-5 2000 7-0 2009 2-14 2007 11-0 1988 0-1 1997 0-2 2004 2-0 1983 1-2 2008 0-2 1994 0-1 1991 0-1 1997 31-30 2009 0-2 2005 1-2 2006 20-3 2009 0-1 1993

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Opponent Covenant Creighton Davidson DePaul Drake East Carolina East Tennessee State Eastern Kentucky Eastern Illinois Eastern Washington Eckerd Elon Evansville Florida Florida International Florida State Fordham Furman Georgia Georgia Southern Georgia State Georgia Tech Grambling Guilford High Point Houston Huntingdon Illinois-Chicago Indiana Indiana State James Madison Jackson State Jacksonville (Fla.) Jacksonville State Kennesaw State Kent State Lamar Lee Lipscomb Long Island Louisiana Tech Louisiana-Monroe Louisville Loyola Marquette Mars Hill Marshall Memphis Mercer Middle Tennessee State Mississippi State Mississippi Valley Missouri State Montana Montana State Morehead State

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1983 • Coach Rick Slaten Overall Record: 14-14 • SoCon: 1-3/3rd

9/24 at Covenant W 3-0 9/24 vs. Tennessee Temple W 2-0 9/24 vs. Mercer W 2-0 9/24 vs. North Georgia W 2-0 9/26 Covenant W 2-1 9/27 at Tennessee Temple W 2-1 9/27 vs. Trevecca Nazarene W 2-0 9/28 at Tennessee 0-3 10/4 at Bryan W 2-0 10/4 vs. Trevecca Nazarene W 2-0 10/7 at Florida State 0-3 10/7 vs. Clemson 0-3 10/7 vs. North Carolina 0-3 10/8 vs. South Carolina 0-3 10/8 vs. South Florida 1-3 10/11 *at East Tennessee State 0-3 10/15 at Louisville 0-3 10/19 at Middle Tennessee 1-3 10/20 at Georgia Tech W 3-1 10/22 at Covenant W 2-0 10/22 vs. Oglethorpe W 2-0 10/24 *Western Carolina 2-3 10/26 Bryan W 3-0 11/1 *East Tennessee State W 3-0 11/2 *at Western Carolina 0-3 11/8 at Tennessee Tech 0-3 11/15 at Middle Tennessee 2-3 11/18 %at East Tennessee State 0-3 % SoCon Tournament, Johnson City, Tenn.

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1984 • Coach Tony Jadin Overall Record: 9-22 • SoCon: 3-5/5th

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1985 • Coach Tony Jadin Overall Record: 9-11 • SoCon: 1-4/5th

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9/19 Austin Peay 1-3 L 9/21 @vs. Evansville 0-3 L 9/21 @at Louisville 1-3 L 9/22 @Cleveland State 0-3 L 9/25 at Covenant W 3-2 9/26 at Middle Tennessee 2-3 L 9/28 #at East Tennessee State 1-2 L 9/28 #vs. Marshall 0-2 L 9/28 #vs. Mars Hill 1-2 L 9/29 #vs. USC Upstate 1-2 L 9/29 #vs. Guilford W 2-1 *at Furman W 3-1 10/3 *Appalachian State 0-3 L 10/7 Georgia 1-3 L 10/8 *Western Carolina 1-3 L 10/9 *at East Tennessee State W 3-1 10/10 Tennessee Temple W 10/10 Bryan W 10/11 at Georgia Tech 2-3 L 10/22 *Appalachian State 0-3 L 10/23 *Furman W 10/24 *East Tennessee State 1-2 L 10/26 *Western Carolina 0-3 L 10/27 UNC Asheville L 10/29 Tennessee Temple W 11/2 Rice 0-3 L 11/2 Mississippi State 0-3 L 11/3 UAB L 11/3 South Florida 1-3 L 11/9 %Marshall W 3-2 11/0 %Appalachian State 0-3 L @ Louisville Inv., Louisville, Ky.; # ETSU Inv., Johnson City, Tenn.; *SoCon Match; % SoCon T’ment, Cullowhee, N.C.

9/ 6 @Tennessee Temple W 3-0 9/ 6 @Bryan 1-3 L 9/7 @Covenant W 3-0 9/18 Austin Peay W 3-1 9/24 Middle Tennessee 1-3 L 9/26 Tennessee Tech 0-3 L 10/1 Georgia Tech W 3-0 10/3 *Marshall 0-3 L 10/7 at Bryan 1-3 L 10/8 at Covenant W 3-0 10/10 Tennessee Temple W 3-0 10/11 *at Western Carolina 0-3 L 10/15 at Tennessee Tech 0-3 L 10/19 *Furman 0-3 L 10/23 *at East Tennessee State W 3-2 10/25 South Florida 0-3 L 10/27 Georgia Tech W 3-0 10/31 at Austin Peay W 3-2 11/3 *Appalachian State 2-3 L 11/8 %Furman 2-3 L @ Lookout Classic, Chattanooga, Tenn.; *SoCon Match; % SoCon Tournament, Boone, N.C.

1986 • Coach Tony Jadin Overall Record: 17-7 • SoCon: 1-3/3rd

9/5 Covenant W 3-0 9/6 Tennessee Temple W 3-0 9/6 Bryan W 3-0 9/12 Middle Tennessee W 3-0 9/13 Alabama-Huntsville W 3-0 9/13 Austin Peay W 3-0 9/15 at Tennessee Temple W 3-1 9/25 at Bryan W 3-0 9/25 @vs. Huntingdon W 2-0 9/26 @vs. Eckerd W 2-0 9/27 @at Rollins 1-2 9/27 @vs. St. Thomas W 2-0 9/30 at Covenant W 3-1 10/4 *Western Carolina 1-3 10/7 *East Tennessee State W 3-1 10/17 #at Furman W 3-2 10/17 #vs. Charlotte 0-3 10/17 #vs. USC Upstate 2-3 10/21 *at Appalachian State 1-3 10/24 Carson-Newman W 3-1 10/29 Alabama-Huntsville W 3-0 10/30 *at Marshall 0-3 11/1 %vs. Marshall W 3-2 11/2 %vs. Western Carolina 2-3 @ Rollins T’ment, Lakeland, Fla.; # Furman Inv., Greenville, S.C.; *SoCon Match; % SoCon T’ment, Greenville, S.C.

1987 • Coach Tony Jadin Overall Record: 20-8 • SoCon: 6-6/5th

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9/12 *Marshall W 3-0 9/16 Austin Peay W 3-1 9/18 *at East Tennessee State 0-3 L 9/20 *at Appalachian State W 3-1 9/25 Charleston College W 2-1 9/26 Bethune-Cookman W 2-0 9/26 Tampa 1-2 L 9/26 St. Leo W 2-1 10/1 *at Davidson W 3-0 10/2 East Carolina 1-2 L 10/2 Campbell W 2-0 10/2 Winthrop W 2-1 10/3 UNC Wilmington W 2-0 10/3 East Carolina W 3-0 10/3 Bryan W 2-1 10/8 at Tennessee Temple W 2-0 10/10 *Furman 3-2 L

10/11 *Appalachian State 1-3 L 10/17 *at Marshall 1-3 L 10/19 *Western Carolina W 3-0 10/22 at Austin Peay W 3-2 10/24 *Davidson W 3-1 11/1 *East Tennessee State W 3-1 11/ 6 *at Furman 2-3 L 11/7 *at Western Carolina 0-3 L 11/13 %East Tennessee State W 3-1 11/13 %Western Carolina W 3-1 11/13 %Furman W 3-0 * SoCon Match; % SoCon T’ment, Huntington, W.Va.

1988 • Coach Joe Harmon Overall Record: 8-17 • SoCon: 3-7/5th

9/2 @vs. Tennessee Tech 2-3 L 9/3 @vs. Austin Peay W 3-1 9/3 @at Tennessee 1-3 L 9/9 #at Western Kentucky 0-3 L 9/9 #vs. Louisville 0-3 L 9/10 #vs. Tennessee Tech 0-3 L 9/10 #vs. Morehead State 0-3 L 9/13 Tennessee Temple W 3-0 9/23 *vs. Marshall 1-3 L 9/23 *at East Tennessee State 0-3 L 9/24 *vs. Marshall 2-3 L 9/26 Austin Peay W 3-2 9/27 *at Western Carolina 1-3 L 10/1 *Furman W 3-0 10/2 *Appalachian State 1-3 L 10/6 at Austin Peay 0-3 L 10/9 *at Appalachian State 2-3 L 10/14 *Western Carolina W 3-2 10/18 Tennessee Temple W 3-0 10/22 at Alabama-Huntsville W 3-0 10/28 $at Furman 2-3 L 10/28 $vs. Stetson 1-3 L 10/29 $vs. Charlotte 0-3 L 11/5 *East Tennessee State W 3-1 11/11 %Western Carolina 2-3 L @ Lady Vols Classic, Knoxville, Tenn.; # Furman Inv., Greenville, S.C.; $ WKU Coca Cola Classic, Bowling Green, Ky.; *SoCon Match; % SoCon T’ment, Chattanooga, Tenn.

1989 • Coach Joe Harmon Overall Record: 9-12 • SoCon: 5-5/4th

9/9 Samford W 2-0 9/9 Tennessee Tech 1-3 L 9/14 at Austin Peay 0-3 L 9/16 *at Appalachian State 1-3 L 9/19 *Western Carolina W 3-1 9/22 *at East Tennessee State 3-0 L 9/23 *Marshall W 3-1 9/26 at Middle Tennessee W 3-1 10/1 *Appalachian State W 3-1 10/6 *Furman 0-3 L 10/12 *East Tennessee State 1-3 L 10/16 Middle Tennessee W 3-0 10/18 Austin Peay 2-3 L 10/20 Charlotte 0-3 L 10/21 *at Western Carolina 0-3 L 10/27 *at Furman W 3-0 10/28 *Marshall W 3-2 10/28 Baptist 1-3 L 10/31 at Samford 0-3 L 11/7 Bryan W 3-0 11/10 %vs. Appalachian State 0-3 L *SoCon Match; % SoCon T’ment, Johnson City, Tenn.

1990 • Coach Dina Parris Overall Record: 11-18 • SoCon: 4-5/5th

8/30 at Tennessee 0-3 L 9/4 Tennessee Tech 1-3 L 9/5 Samford 1-3 L 9/7 at Tennessee State W 3-1 9/11 Mercer W 3-0 9/13 *Western Carolina W 3-1 9/15 *Marshall W 3-0 9/16 *Appalachian State 2-3 L 9/19 *East Tennessee State W 3-2 9/ 20 Austin Peay 2-3 L 9/22 *Furman W 3-2 9/27 at Middle Tennessee 1-3 L 9/28 @vs. Jacksonville 1-3 L 9/29 @vs. Samford W 3-1 9/29 @at Georgia State 0-3 L 10/6 *at Marshall 0-3 L 10/10 *at East Tennessee State 0-3 L 10/12 Tennessee State W 3-1 10/15 Middle Tennessee W 3-1 10/16 at Samford 0-3 L 10/20 *at Appalachian State 2-3 L 10/23 at Tennessee Tech 0-3 L 11/1 *at Western Carolina 1-3 L 11/2 #vs. Charleston College 1-3 L 11/2 #vs. Furman 2-3 L 11/3 #vs. Augusta State W 3-1 11/3 #Charlotte 0-3 L 11/6 at Mercer W 3-1 11/9 %vs. East Tennessee State 2-3 L @ Georgia State T’ment, Atlanta, Ga.; # Ramada Inv., Greenville, S.C.; *SoCon Match; % SoCon T’ment, Cullowhee, N.C.

1991 • Coach Dina Parris Overall Record: 17-14 • SoCon: 5-5/5th

8/31 Georgia Tech 0-3 9/3 Tennessee Tech W 3-1 9/6 at Tennessee 0-3 9/10 Middle Tennessee W 3-1 9/13 *at Western Carolina W 3-1 9/14 *at Furman 0-3 9/14 vs. Virginia Tech 0-3 9/17 Austin Peay W 3-2 9/18 at Alabama-Huntsville W 3-1 9/20 *Marshall W 3-0 9/24 at Samford W 3-2 9/27 at Middle Tennessee W 3-1 10/5 *Appalachian State 2-3 10/ 6 *East Tennessee State 0-3 10/11 *Western Carolina W 3-2 10/12 Alabama-Huntsville W 3-2 10/12 *Furman W 3-1 1015 Samford W 3-1 10/19 vs. Jacksonville W 3-2 10/19 at Mercer W 3-1 10/22 at Tennessee Tech 1-3 10/23 at Georgia Tech 1-3 10/27 *at East Tennessee State 0-3 10/28 *at Appalachian State 2-3 11/1 @vs. Western Carolina 1-3 11/1 @at Charleston Southern 1-3 11/2 @vs. Mercer W 3-0 11/6 *at Marshall W 3-1 11/7 at Austin Peay 0-3 11/15 %Western Carolina W 3-0 11/16 %at Appalachian State 2-3 @ Charleston Southern T’ment, Charleston, S.C.; *SoCon Match; % SoCon T’ment, Boone, N.C.

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1992 • Coach Dina Parris Overall Record: 6-20 • SoCon: 1-6/7th

9/2 at Georgia Tech 0-3 L 9/8 Austin Peay 0-3 L 9/10 at Tennessee Tech 0-3 L 9/11 vs. Mississippi State 0-3 L 9/14 Mercer W 3-1 9/15 at Middle Tennessee 0-3 L 9/24 Samford W 3-1 10/2 at Alabama 1-3 L 10/10 Georgia Tech 1-3 L 10/16 Western Carolina 1-3 L 10/18 Furman 1-3 L 10/22 at Georgia Southern W 3-2 10/24 @vs. Sam Houston St. 0-3 L 10/24 @vs. Memphis 1-3 L 10/25 @vs. Samford W 3-1 10/25 @at Tulane 0-3 L 10/27 Middle Tennessee 0-3 L 10/31 *Marshall 2-3 L 11/1 *East Tennessee State 1-3 L 11/3 Tennessee Tech W 3-0 11/6 *at Davidson 0-3 L 11/7 *at Appalachian State 0-3 L 11/11 *Georgia Southern W 3-2 11/13 *at Western Carolina 1-3 L 11/14 *at Furman 1-3 L 11/16 %vs. East Tennessee State 0-3 L @ Tulane T’ment, New Orleans, La.; *SoCon Match; % SoCon T’ment, Greenville, S.C.

1993 • Coach Dina Parris Overall Record: 3-32 • SoCon: 2-7/7th

9/2 @vs. Creighton 0-3 L 9/2 @vs. South Alabama 0-3 L 9/3 @at Tulane 0-3 L 9/9 #at Furman 0-3 L 9/9 #vs. Augusta State W 3-0 9/10 #vs. Campbell 0-3 L 9/10 #vs. Winthrop 0-3 L 9/14 at Austin Peay 0-3 L 9/17 vs. Tennessee State W 3-1 9/17 at Middle Tennessee 2-3 L 9/21 $vs. Tennessee-Martin 0-3 L 9/23 $vs. Stetson 0-3 L 9/23 $vs. Mercer 0-3 L 9/23 $at Samford 1-3 L 9/24 $vs. Mercer 1-3 L 9/30 *at Davidson 1-3 L 9/30 vs. UNC Wilmington 0-3 L 10/2 *at Marshall 0-3 L 10/ 4 *East Tennessee State 0-3 L 10/6 *Western Carolina 1-3 L 10/9 *Appalachian State 0-3 L 10/14 *Georgia Southern 0-3 L 10/15 *Furman 0-3 L 10/18 Middle Tennessee 0-3 L 10/21 *at East Tennessee State 1-3 L 10/23 *at Appalachian State 0-3 L 10/25 vs. Alabama State W 3-2 10/25 at Alabama 0-3 L 10/29 *Davidson 0-3 L 10/30 *Marshall 0-3 L 11/2 *at Western Carolina 0-3 L 11/5 ^Samford 0-3 L 11/5 ^Tennessee-Martin 2-3 L 11/6 ^College of Charleston 0-3 L 11/9 Austin Peay 0-3 L 11/11 *at Furman 0-3 L 11/13 *at Georgia Southern 0-3 L 11/18 %Appalachian State 0-3 L @ Tulane T’ament, New Orleans, La.; # Furman Classic, Greenville, S.C.; $ Samford Inv., Birmingham, Ala.; ^ UTC Inv., Chattanooga; * SoCon Match; % SoCon T’ment, Chattanooga, Tenn.

1995 • Coach Lisa Rhodes Overall Record: 8-24 • SoCon: 5-9/4th

9/1 @Tennessee State W 3-0 9/2 @Middle Tennessee 0-3 L 9/2 @Mercer 2-3 L 9/5 Cincinnati 1-3 L 9/9 #vs. Montana State 0-3 L 9/9 #at Coastal Carolina 0-3 L 9/10 #vs. College of Charleston W 3-2 9/10 #vs. UNC Charlotte 1-3 L 9/13 Austin Peay 2-3 L 9/23 *at Davidson 1-3 L 9/25 *at Marshall 0-3 L 9/26 Jacksonville State W 3-2 9/29 $vs. Florida International 1-3 L 9/29 $at College of Charleston 0-3 L 10/3 *Western Carolina 2-3 L 10/6 *Georgia Southern W 3-1 10/7 *Furman 2-3 L 10/10 UAB 0-3 L 10/14 *at East Tennessee State 1-3 L 10/15 *at Appalachian State 0-3 L 10/17 at Middle Tennessee 1-3 L 10/21 *Davidson W 3-1 10/22 *Marshall 1-3 L 10/27 *at Western Carolina W 3-0 10/28 at Austin Peay 2-3 L 10/28 vs. Morehead State 1-3 L 11/4 *at Georgia Southern W 3-0 11/5 *at Furman 0-3 L

11/7 at Georgia State 2-3 L 11/11 *East Tennessee State W 3-0 11/12 *Appalachian State 0-3 L 11/17 !vs. East Tennessee State 1-3 L @ UTC Inv., Chattanooga; # Coastal Carolina Beach T’ment, Conway, S.C.; $ College of Charleston Inv., Charleston, S.C.; *SoCon Match; %SoCon T’ment, Davidson, N.C.

1996 • Coach Lisa Rhodes Overall Record: 26-11 • SoCon: 11-3/2nd

8/30 @Tennessee State W 3-1 8/31 @Tennessee-Martin 1-3 L 8/31 @East Tennessee State W 3-1 9/3 Belmont W 3-2 9/6 #at Radford 1-3 L 9/7 #vs. Bluefield W 3-0 9/7 #vs. High Point W 3-0 9/10 at Austin Peay 1-3 L 9/14 $vs. Jacksonville State 2-3 L 9/14 $vs. Wofford W 3-0 9/14 $at Georgia State 2-3 L 9/20 ^vs. College of Charleston W 3-1 9/20 ^at UNC Greensboro W 3-2 9/21 ^vs. Georgia Southern W 3-0 9/21 ^vs. UNC Wilmington W 3-0 9/24 at Jacksonville State 2-3 L 9/27 *Western Carolina W 3-0 10/1 Middle Tennessee 1-3 L 10/5 *Georgia Southern W 3-0 10/6 *Furman W 3-1 10/12 *at East Tennessee State W 3-0 10/13 *at Appalachian State W 3-1 10/15 at Samford W 3-0 10/19 *Davidson W 3-0 10/20 *Marshall 2-3 L 10/25 *at Western Carolina W 3-2 11/2 *at Georgia Southern W 3-1 11/3 *at Furman W 3-2 11/9 *East Tennessee State W 3-1 11/10 *Appalachian State 2-3 L 11/13 Georgia State W 3-2 11/15 *at Marshall W 3-2 11/17 *at Davidson 2-3 L 11/22 %vs. Western Carolina W 3-1 11/23 %vs. Furman W 3-0 11/24 %vs. Appalachian State W 3-2 11/27 &at Coastal Carolina 0-3 L @ Tennessee Preview, Chattanooga; # Radford Inv., Radford, Va.; $ Georgia State Classic, Atlanta, Ga.; ^ UNCG T’ment, Greensboro, N.C.; *SoCon Match; % SoConference T’ment, Statesboro, Ga.; & NCAA Playin Match, Conway, S.C.

1997 • Coach Lisa Rhodes Overall Record: 26-10 • SoCon: 16-0/1st

8/30 @Middle Tennessee 1-3 L 8/30 @Tennessee Tech 2-3 L 8/31 @East Tennessee State W 3-0 8/31 @Tennessee 0-3 L 9/3 Austin Peay 0-3 L 9/5 #vs. Texas Tech 0-3 L 9/5 #vs. Georgia Southern W 3-0 9/ 6 #at South Florida 0-3 L 9/10 Jacksonville State W 3-2 9/13 vs. College of Charleston W 3-0 9/13 at Charleston Southern W 3-0 9/14 *at Georgia Southern W 3-1 9/19 *Wofford W 3-0 9/21 *at Western Carolina W 3-1 9/24 at UAB 1-3 L 9/28 *Furman W 3-2 10/3 *at UNC Greensboro W 3-2 10/5 *at Davidson W 3-2 10/11 *East Tennessee State W 3-0

10/12 *Appalachian State W 3-1 10/15 Belmont W 3-0 10/17 *Georgia Southern W 3-0 10/25 *at Furman W 3-0 10/26 *at Wofford W 3-0 11/1 *Western Carolina W 3-0 11/2 at Georgia State 1-3 L 11/5 at Jacksonville State 1-3 L 11/8 *Davidson W 3-0 11/9 *UNC Greensboro W 3-0 11/12 Samford W 3-0 11/14 *at Appalachian State W 3-1 11/16 *at East Tennessee State W 3-0 11/21 %vs. Wofford W 3-0 11/22 %vs. Appalachian State W 3-0 11/23 %vs. Western Carolina W 3-0 11/ 6 &at #4 Washington 0-3 L @ Tennessee Preview, Chattanooga; # Speedline Inv., Tampa, Fla.; *SoCon Match; % SoCon T’ment, Statesboro, Ga.; & NCAA Tournament First Round, Seattle, Wash.

1998 • Coach Lisa Rhodes Overall Record: 23-11 • SoCon Record: 15-3/1st

9/4 @vs. Coastal Carolina W 3-0 9/5 @at South Carolina 0-3 L 9/5 @vs. Missouri State 0-3 L 9/9 at Austin Peay 0-3 L 9/11 *Wofford W 3-0 9/13 *Furman W 3-0 9/16 *at Western Carolina W 3-2 9/18 #Troy W 3-0 9/19 #Murray State 1-3 L 9/19 #South Carolina 0-3 L 9/23 at Samford W 3-2 9/26 at UNC Greensboro W 3-0 9/27 at Davidson W 3-2 10/2 *East Tennessee State W 3-1 10/4 *Appalachian State 2-3 L 10/7 at Middle Tennessee W 3-0 10/9 *College of Charleston W 3-0 10/11 *Georgia Southern 2-3 L 10/14 vs. North Alabama 0-3 L 10/17 *at Furman 1-3 L 10/18 *at Wofford W 3-0 10/22 *Western Carolina W 3-0 10/23 at Mississippi State 2-3 L 10/30 *UNC Greensboro W 3-0 10/31 *Davidson W 3-0 11/6 *at Appalachian State W 3-0 11/8 *at East Tennessee State W 3-0 11/11 vs. Georgia State W 3-0 11/14 *at Georgia Southern W 3-0 11/15 *at College of Charleston W 3-0 11/20 %vs. East Tennessee State W 3-0 11/21 %vs. Furman W 3-1 11/22 %vs. Western Carolina W 3-0 12/3 &at #4 Florida 0-3 L @ Carolina Classic, Columbia, S.C.; # UTC Inv., Chattanooga; *SoCon Match; % SoCon T’ment, Boone, N.C.; & NCAA T’ment First Round, Gainesville, Fla.

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9/1 at Georgia Tech 0-3 L 9/3 @at Memphis 0-3 L 9/4 @vs. Clemson 0-3 L 9/4 @vs. Tennessee-Martin 0-3 L 9/7 at Tennessee Tech 1-3 L 9/10 #vs. Furman 1-3 L 9/10 #vs. Austin Peay 0-3 L 9/11 #at Samford 0-3 L 9/11 #vs. Troy 2-3 L 9/18 Northeastern Illinois 0-3 L 9/25 at Mercer 2-3 L 9/28 at Samford 0-3 L 9/28 Alabama 0-3 L 10/1 $vs. UCF 0-3 L 10/1 $vs. Charlotte 0-3 L 10/2 $at Furman 0-3 L 10/2 $vs. Xavier 0-3 L 10/5 Middle Tennessee 1-3 L 10/8 at Campbell 1-3 L 10/8 at East Carolina 0-3 L 10/9 at Loyola 2-3 L 10/9 at College of Charleston 1-3 L 10/15 *Georgia Southern 0-3 L 10/17 *at Marshall 0-3 L 10/20 at Lee W 3-2 10/21 *at Western Carolina 1-3 L 10/26 at Middle Tennessee 1-3 L 10/31 *at East Tennessee State 0-3 L 11/2 Tennessee Tech 0-3 L 11/6 *Davidson W 3-1 11/7 *Appalachian State 0-3 L 11/9 *at Georgia Southern 0-3 L 11/11 *Furman 1-3 L 11/12 *Western Carolina W 3-2 11/19 %East Tennessee State 0-3 L @ Memphis T’ment, Memphis; # Samford T’ment, Birmingham, Ala.; $ Furman T’ment, Greenville, S.C.; *SoCon Match; % SoCon T’ment, Huntington, W. Va.

1994 • Coach Lisa Rhodes Overall Record: 3-35 • SoCon: 0-14/8th

1999 • Coach Lisa Rhodes Overall Record: 25-8 • SoCon: 16-4/2nd

9/1 9/3 9/3 9/4 9/4 9/8 9/10 9/12 9/17

Austin Peay W @vs. Rider W @at American @vs. Sacred Heart W @vs. Eastern Washington at Georgia State W *Appalachian State W *East Tennessee State W *at Davidson

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 9/19 *at UNC Greensboro W 3-1 9/22 Middle Tennessee W 3-0 9/24 *at Georgia Southern W 3-0 9/29 *Western Carolina W 3-1 10/1 *Furman W 3-1 10/3 *Wofford W 3-0 10/ 9 *at College of Charleston W 3-1 10/10 *at The Citadel W 3-0 10/15 *at Appalachian State W 3-0 10/17 *at East Tennessee State W 3-1 10/20 Mississippi State 2-3 L 10/22 *Davidson 0-3 L 10/23 *UNC Greensboro W 3-0 10/ 28 *at Western Carolina 0-3 L 10/30 *Georgia Southern W 3-0 11/6 *at Furman W 3-2 11/7 *at Wofford W 3-2 11/9 Samford W 3-0 11/12 *College of Charleston 2-3 L 11/14 *The Citadel W 3-0 11/19 %vs. Appalachian State W 3-0 11/20 %vs. Western Carolina W 3-0 11/21 %vs. Davidson 1-3 L @ AU/Sew What Inv., Washington, D.C.; *SoCon Match; % SoCon T’ment, Cullowhee, N.C.

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2000 • Coach Lisa Rhodes Overall Record: 19-13 • SoCon: 15-5/2nd

9/1 @vs Jackson State W 3-0 9/1 @at Arkansas State 2-3 L 9/2 @vs Nicholls State W 3-0 9/2 @vs Tennessee-Martin 2-3 L 9/4 Auburn 0-3 L 9/6 at Austin Peay W 3-2 9/8 *at Appalachian State 0-3 L 9/9 *at East Tennessee State W 3-0 9/12 Georgia State 1-3 L 9/12 Georgia Tech 0-3 L 9/14 *UNC Greensboro W 3-0 9/16 *Davidson W 3-0 9/19 at Middle Tennessee 0-3 L 9/22 Morehead State 1-3 L 9/23 *Georgia Southern W 3-0 9/30 *at Furman 0-3 L 10/1 *at Wofford W 3-0 10/4 at Jacksonville State W 3-2 10/6 *College of Charleston W 3-2 10/7 *The Citadel W 3-0 10/13 *Appalachian State W 3-2 10/14 *East Tennessee State W 3-0 10/18 *at Western Carolina 2-3 L 10/21 *at Davidson 1-3 L 10/22 *at UNC Greensboro W 3-0 10/28 *at Georgia Southern W 3-1 11/4 *Furman W 3-1 11/5 *Wofford W 3-0 11/8 *Western Carolina 2-3 L 11/11 *at College of Charleston W 3-0 11/12 *at The Citadel W 3-0 11/17 %vs College of Charleston 0-3 L @Arkansas State Classic, Jonesboro, Ark.; *SoCon Match; %SoCon T’ment, Charleston, S.C.

2001 • Coach Lisa Rhodes Overall Record: 19-14 • SoCon: 9-11/7th

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@vs. Jackson State W @vs. Lipscomb W @vs. Mercer W @vs. Birmingham-So. W *Appalachian State W *East Tennessee State #vs. Lipscomb W #at UCF *at Georgia Southern *Western Carolina

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9/29 *Wofford W 3-0 9/30 *Furman 0-3 L 10/2 Alabama A&M W 3-0 10/2 Middle Tennessee W 3-2 10/6 *at The Citadel W 3-0 10/7 *at College of Charleston 1-3 L 10/12 *at East Tennessee State 1-3 L 10/13 *at Appalachian State W 3-1 10/14 *at Davidson 0-3 L 10/17 Jacksonville State W 3-2 10/19 *UNC Greensboro W 3-1 10/20 *Davidson 1-3 L 10/25 Austin Peay 0-3 L 10/27 *Georgia Southern W 3-2 10/28 *at Western Carolina 0-3 L 11/3 *at Wofford W 3-2 11/4 *at Furman 0-3 L 11/5 *at UNC Greensboro W 3-0 11/9 *College of Charleston 0-3 L 11/10 *The Citadel W 3-0 11/16 %vs. East Tennessee State W 3-2 11/17 %vs. Davidson W 3-1 11/18 %vs. Georgia Southern 0-3 L @ Birmingham Southern Inv., Birmingham, Ala.; # UCF T’ment, Orlando, Fla.; *SoCon Match; % SoCon T’ment, Greensboro, N.C.

2002 • Coach Lisa Rhodes Overall Record: 10-22 • SoCon: 6-14/8th

8/30 @vs. DePaul 0-3 L 8/31. @at Eastern Illinois 2-3 L 8/31 @vs. Toledo 0-3 L 9/4 at Middle Tennessee 0-3 L 9/6 #Centenary W 3-0 9/7 #Mississippi Valley State W 3-0 9/7 #at Louisiana-Monroe W 3-0 9/12 *at Appalachian State 1-3 L Sept. 13 *at East Tennessee State 1-3 L Sept. 17 at Georgia Tech 0-3 L Sept. 17 at Georgia State 0-3 L Sept. 21 *UNC Greensboro W 3-0 Sept. 22 *Davidson 1-3 L Sept. 25 at Birmingham-Southern 2-3 L Sept. 28 *at Furman 1-3 L Sept. 29 *at Wofford 2-3 L Oct. 2 *at Western Carolina 0-3 L Oct. 5 *Georgia Southern 1-3 L Oct. 11 *College of Charleston 1-3 L Oct. 12 *The Citadel W 3-0 Oct. 18 *Appalachian State W 3-0 Oct. 19 *East Tennessee State W 3-1 Oct. 26 *at Davidson 3-2 L Oct. 27 *at UNC Greensboro 3-0 L Oct. 30 *Western Carolina 1-3 L Nov. 2 *at Georgia Southern 0-3 L Nov. 3 at Jacksonville State W 3-2 Nov. 9 *Furman 1-3 L Nov. 10 *Wofford W 3-0 Nov. 16 *at College of Charleston 1-3 L Nov. 17 *at The Citadel W 3-1 Nov. 22 % vs. Georgia Southern 0-3 L @ Super 8 Inv., Charleston, Ill; # Battle on the Bayou, Monroe, La.; *SoCon Match; % SoCon T’ment, Davidson, N.C.

2003 • Coach Lisa Rhodes Overall Record: 20-14 • SoCon: 12-6/2nd-N

8/29 8/30 8/30 9/ 5 9/5 9/6 9/6 9/9

@ at Indiana State @ vs. Montana W @ vs. Marshall #vs. Louisiana-Monroe W #vs. Oklahoma #vs. Drake #vs. Lipscomb W vs. Jacksonville State W

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9/12 $ vs. Arizona State 0-3 L 9/13 $ vs. SMU 0-3 L 9/13 $ vs. Stephen F. Austin 0-3 L 9/17 *East Tennessee State W 3-0 9/25 *at Western Carolina 1-3 L 9/27 *at Appalachian State W 3-1 10/3 *Georgia Southern 1-3 L 10/5 *Davidson W 3-1 10/8 Middle Tennessee W 3-1 10/10 *at Elon W 3-0 10/11 *at UNC Greensboro W 3-0 10/17 *Wofford W 3-1 10/18 *Furman 1-3 L 10/21 *at East Tennessee State 0-3 L 10/25 *at The Citadel W 3-0 10/26 *at College of Charleston 0-3 L 10/30 *Western Carolina W 3-1 11/2 *Appalachian State W 3-2 11/5 Mercer W 3-1 11/7 *at Georgia Southern 1-3 L 11/8 *at Davidson W 3-1 11/12 Belmont W 3-0 11/14 *Elon W 3-1 11/15 *UNC Greensboro W 3-0 11/21 % vs. Furman W 3-0 11/22 % vs. College of Charleston 0-3 L @ Active Ankle Classic, Terre Haute, Ind.; # Chattanooga Inv.; $ SMU T’ment, Dallas, Texas;*SoCon Match; % SoCon T’ment, Chattanooga

2004 • Coach Lisa Rhodes Overall Record: 9-21 • SoCon: 6-10/4th-N

9/4 South Florida 0-3 L 9/ 8 Samford 2-3 L 9/10 @at Middle Tennessee 1-3 L 9/11 @vs. Toledo 0-3 L 9/11 @vs. Austin Peay 0-3 L 9/14 Mercer 0-3 L 9/17 #at Coastal Carolina 0-3 L 9/18 #vs. Long Island 0-3 L 9/18 #vs. N.C. State W 3-2 9/21 Tennessee State W 3-0 9/24 *Western Carolina 2-3 L 9/25 *Appalachian State 2-3 L 10/1 *at Georgia Southern 0-3 L 10/3 *Davidson 2-3 L 10/6 *at East Tennessee State W 3-2 10/9 *at Elon 2-3 L 10/10 *at UNC Greensboro W 3-2 10/12 at Mercer W 3-1 10/15 *College of Charleston 0-3 L 10/17 *The Citadel W 3-0 10/23 *at Wofford 1-3 L 10/24 *at Furman 1-3 L 10/28 *at Western Carolina 1-3 L 10/30 *at Appalachian State 0-3 L 11/2 Middle Tennessee 1-3 L 11/6 *East Tennessee State W 3-2 11/9 Lipscomb 2-3 L 11/12 *Elon W 3-0 11/13 *UNC Greensboro W 3-1 11/19 %College of Charleston 1-3 L @ Middle Tennessee T’ment, Murfreesboro, Tenn.; # Coastal Carolina T’ment, Conway, S.C.; *SoCon Match; % SoCon T’ment, Cullowhee, N.C.

2005 • Coach Lisa Rhodes Overall Record: 19-14 • SoCon: 12-6/2nd-N

9/2 9/3 9/3 9/6 9/9 9/10 9/10

@vs. UNC Asheville @at N.C. A&T W @vs. UNC Wilmington W at Belmont #Jackson State W #Jackson State W #Austin Peay W

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Coaching Career Records Coach Lisa Rhodes Dina Parris Joe Harmon Tony Jardin Rick Slaten Total Coach Lisa Rhodes Dina Parris Joe Harmon Tony Jardin Rick Slaten Total

OVERALL Yrs. Record Pct. 17 280-284 .496 4 37-84 .306 2 17-29 .370 4 55-48 .534 1 14-14 .500 27 403-459 .467 SoCon Yrs. Record Pct. 17 169-125 .574 4 12-23 .343 2 8-12 .348 4 11-18 .379 1 1-3 .250 27 201-169 .526

9/13 at Jacksonville State 0-3 L 9/16 $at Western Kentucky 0-3 L 9/17 $vs. Kent State 0-3 L 9/17 $vs. Mercer 2-3 L 9/20 East Tennessee State 0-3 L 9/24 *Appalachian State W 3-1 9/25 *Davidson W 3-0 9/27 *at Western Carolina 2-3 L 10/1 *at The Citadel W 3-1 10/2 *at College of Charleston 0-3 L 10/7 *Georgia Southern W 3-2 10/14 *Elon W 3-0 10/15 *UNC Greensboro W 3-0 10/18 *Western Carolina W 3-0 10/22 *at Appalachian State 0-3 L 10/23 *at Davidson 2-3 L 10/25 *at Furman 2-3 L 10/29 *The Citadel W 3-0 10/30 *College of Charleston 0-3 L 11/2 *Wofford W 3-2 11/4 *at Georgia Southern W 3-1 11/9 Lipscomb W 3-1 11/12 *at UNC Greensboro W 3-2 11/13 *at Elon W 3-2 11/18 %Davidson W 3-2 11/19 %College of Charleston 0-3 L @Terry LaBonte Classic, Greensboro, N.C.; #Hilton Garden Inn Challenge, Chattanooga, Tenn.; $Western Kentucky Inv., Bowling Green, Ky.; *SoCon Match; %SoCon T’ment, Statesboro, Ga.

2006 • Coach Lisa Rhodes Overall Record: 13-20 • SoCon: 10-8/T-4th

9/1 @vs. Northern Colorado 0-3 L 9/2 @at N.C. State 0-3 L 9/2 @vs. Winthrop 0-3 L 9/6 at Samford 1-3 L 9/8 #Lamar W 3-1 9/9 #Birmingham-Southern 2-3 L 9/9 #Eastern Kentucky 0-3 L 9/13 *Appalachian State 0-3 L 9/15 $Indiana 0-3 L 9/16 $SMU 0-3 L 9/16 $Mercer W 3-2 9/20 *at Western Carolina W 3-0 9/23 *UNC Greensboro W 3-2 9/24 *Elon W 3-0 9/30 *at Georgia Southern W 3-1 10/3 East Tennessee State 2-3 L 10/6 *The Citadel W 3-0 10/7 *College of Charleston 1-3 L

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 10/10 at Lipscomb 0-3 L 10/14 *at Furman 0-3 L 10/15 *at Wofford W 3-0 10/17 *Western Carolina W 3-0 10/21 *at UNC Greensboro W 3-0 10/22 *at Elon 0-3 L 10/24 *at Davidson 2-3 L 10/28 *Georgia Southern 1-3 L 11/3 *at The Citadel W 3-0 11/4 *at College of Charleston 1-3 L 11/7 Belmont 0-3 L 11/11 *Furman 0-3 L 11/12 *Wofford W 3-0 11/17 %vs. Davidson W 3-0 11/18 %vs. College of Charleston 0-3 L @ Woflpack Classic, Raleigh, N.C.; # Holiday Inn Express Challenge, Chattanooga, Tenn.; $ Indiana Univ. Inv., Bloomington, Ind.; *SoCon Match; % SoCon T’ment, Boone, N.C.

2007 • Coach Lisa Rhodes Overall Record: 19-14 • SoCon: 13-5/4th

2008 • Coach Lisa Rhodes Overall Record: 17-16 • SoCon: 12-6/3rd-N

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@vs. Tennessee @at Marquette @vs. Houston #Alabama A&M W #South Alabama W #Central Michigan $vs. Troy $vs. Georgia State W $at Coastal Carolina at Belmont %vs. Florida International %vs. Alabama A&M W %vs. Memphis

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9/18 %UCF W 3-2 9/18 %James Madison 0-3 L 9/22 %East Tennessee State 1-2 L 9/25 at UNC Greensboro 0-3 L 9/26 at Elon 0-3 L 10/2 at Georgia Southern 0-3 L 10/3 at Savannah State W 3-0 10/6 Samford 0-3 L 10/9 Western Carolina W 3-2 10/10 Appalachian State W 3-1 10/16 at The Citadel W 3-0 10/17 at College of Charleston 1-3 L 10/23 Wofford W 3-0 10/24 Furman 2-3 L 10/27 at Samford W 3-1 10/30 Elon 2-3 L 10/31 UNC Greensboro 2-3 L 11/6 at Appalachian State 0-3 L 11/7 at Western Carolina W 3-0 11/13 Davidson W 3-1 @Comcast Lady Vol Classic, Knoxville, Tenn.; #Jayhawk Classic, Lawrence, Kan.; $UNF Invitational, Jacksonville, Fla.; %Country Inns & Suites Invitational, Chattanooga, Tenn.

2009 • Coach Lisa Rhodes Overall Record: 12-17 • SoCon: 4-12/5th-N

8/28 @vs. East Tennessee St. W 3-1 8/28 @at Morehead St. 0-3 L 829 @vs. James Madison W 3-2 9/8 at Tennessee St. W 3-1 9/11 #Austin Peay 0-3 L 9/12 #SIU-Edwardsville W 3-1 9/12 #Loyola (Ill.-Chicago) 0-3 L 9/15 at East Tennessee St. W 3-1 9/18 $vs. Grambling St. W 3-1 9/19 $vs. Southeastern La. W 3-1 9/19 $at Louisiana Tech W 3-2 9/23 Belmont 1-3 L 9/26 *Elon 2-3 L 9/27 *UNC Greensboro W 3-0 9/30 *at Samford 3-0 L 10/3 *Georgia Southern 0-3 L 10/10 *at Appalachian St. 0-3 L 10/11 *at Western Carolina W 3-0 10/17 *College of Charleston 0-3 L 10/18 *The Citadel W 3-0 10/21 *Samford 0-3 L 10/24 *at Furman 0-3 L 10/25 *at Wofford 0-3 L 10/28 Kennesaw St. 0-3 L 10/31 *at UNC Greensboro 0-3 L 11/1 *at Elon 1-3 L 11/7 *Western Carolina W 3-0 11/8 *Appalachian St. 1-3 L 11/14 *at Davidson 1-3 L @Comfort Inn & Suites Volleyball Challenge, Morehead, Ky.; #Country Inn & Suites Volleyball Challenge, Chattanooga, Tenn.; &Techster Home Tournament ,Ruston, La

2010 • Coach Lisa Rhodes Overall Record: 12-20 • SoCon: 7-9/5th-N

8/27 @vs. Virginia Tech 0-3 L 8/28 @at Tennessee 0-3 L 8/28 @vs. Xavier 0-3 L 9/3 #vs. Arkansas 2-3 L 9/3 #vs. Akron 0-3 L 9/4 #at Kansas 0-3 L 9/7 at Belmont W 3-2 9/10 $at North Florida 2-3 L 9/10 $vs. Illinois-Chicago W 3-1 9/11 $vs. Troy W 3-1 9/11 $vs. Charleston Southern 2-3 L 9/17 %Belmont 0-3 L

All-Time Coaching Records Overall SoCon Year Head Coach W L Pct. W L Pct. 2010 Lisa Rhodes 12 20 .375 7 9 .437 2009 Lisa Rhodes 12 17 .413 4 12 .250 2008 Lisa Rhodes 17 16 .515 12 6 .667 2007 Lisa Rhodes 19 14 .576 13 5 .722 2006 Lisa Rhodes 13 20 .394 10 8 .556 2005 Lisa Rhodes 19 14 .576 12 6 .667 2004 Lisa Rhodes 9 21 .300 6 10 .375 2003 Lisa Rhodes 20 14 .588 12 6 .667 2002 Lisa Rhodes 10 22 .313 6 14 .300 2001 Lisa Rhodes 19 14 .576 9 11 .450 2000 Lisa Rhodes 19 13 .594 15 5 .750 1999 Lisa Rhodes 25 8 .758 16 4 .800 1998 Lisa Rhodes 23 11 .676 15 3 .833 1997 Lisa Rhodes 26 10 .722 16 0 1.000 1996 Lisa Rhodes 26 11 .703 11 3 .786 1995 Lisa Rhodes 8 24 .250 5 9 .357 1994 Lisa Rhodes 3 35 .079 0 14 .000 1993 Dina Parris 3 32 .086 2 7 .222 1992 Dina Parris 6 20 .231 1 6 .143 1991 Dina Parris 17 14 .548 5 5 .500 1990 Dina Parris 11 18 .379 4 5 .444 1989 Joe Harmon 9 12 .429 5 5 .500 1988 Joe Harmon 8 17 .320 3 7 .300 1987 Tony Jadin 20 8 .714 6 6 .500 1986 Tony Jadin 17 7 .708 1 3 .250 1985 Tony Jadin 9 11 .450 1 4 .200 1984 Tony Jadin 9 22 .290 3 5 .375 1983 Rick Slaten 14 14 .500 1 3 .250 Totals 403 459 .467 201 169 .526 *Southern Conference Tournament Champions

Finish 5th-N 5th-N 3rd - N 4th 5th 4th - N 4th - N 2nd - N 8th T - 7th T - 4th 2nd 1st* 1st* 2nd* 4th 8th 7th 7th 3rd 5th 4th 5th 5th* 3rd 5th 5th 3rd

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8/24 @vs. Fordham 0-3 L 8/25 @at Georgia State W 3-2 8/25 @vs. UCF 2-3 L 8/29 Samford 1-3 L 9/7 #Tennessee Tech 2-3 L 9/8 #UNC Asheville W 3-0 9/8 #Missouri State 0-3 L 9/14 $at Lamar 1-3 L 9/15 $vs. UC Riverside W 3-2 9/15 $vs. Jackson State W 3-0 9/18 *Western Carolina W 3-0 9/22 *Appalachian State W 3-0 9/23 *Davidson W 3-0 9/25 Kennesaw State W 3-0 9/29 *at Georgia Southern W 3-1 10/3 East Tennessee State 1-3 L 10/6 *at Furman 2-3 L 10/7 *at Wofford W 3-2 10/9 *College of Charleston W 3-2 10/13 *UNC Greensboro W 3-0 10/14 *Elon W 3-1 10/16 Lipscomb 2-3 L 10//20 *at Appalachian State 0-3 L 10/21 *at Davidson 1-3 L 10/23 *at The Citadel W 3-1 10/26 *Georgia Southern W 3-1 10/30 *at Western Carolina W 3-1 11/2 *Furman 1-3 L 11/4 *Wofford W 3-1 11/10 *at UNC Greensboro 0-3 L 11/11 *at Elon W 3-2 11/16 %vs. Elon W 3-1 11/ 17 %vs. College of Charleston 2-3 @ Georgia State Inv., Atlanta, Ga.; # Country Inns & Suites Challenge, Chattanooga, Tenn.; $ PROS Home Healthcare Inv., Beaumont, Texas; *SoCon Match; % SoCon T’ment, Chattanooga, Tenn.

9/23 at Kennesaw State W 3-0 9/27 *at Georgia Southern W 3-1 9/28 *at Davidson 2-3 L 10/3 *Appalachian State W 3-1 10/4 *Western Carolina W 3-0 10/8 *Samford 0-3 L 10/11 *Wofford W 3-2 10/12 *Furman W 3-1 10/18 *at The Citadel W 3-0 10/19 *at College of Charleston 1-3 L 10/25 *UNC Greensboro W 3-1 10/26 *Elon W 3-0 10/29 *Samford 0-3 L 11/1 *Davidson W 3-1 11/2 *Georgia Southern W 3-0 11/8 *at Appalachian State W 3-1 11/9 *at Western Carolina W 3-0 11/14 *at UNC Greensboro 1-3 L 11/15 *at Elon 0-3 L 11/21 !vs. Furman 2-3 L @ Marquette Kickoff Tment, Milwaukee, Wisc.; # Country Inn & Suites Challenge, Chattanooga Tenn.; $ Coastal Carolina T’ment, Conway, S.C.; % UAB/Samford Invitational, Birmingham, Ala.; *SoCon Match; ! SoCon T’ment, Greensboro, N.C.

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ROGER BROWN CHANCELLOR

and administrative capacities with the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Brown left UNC Charlotte in 2000 as Senior Associate Provost and Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs.

she currently serves on the boards of the Community Foundation of Greater Chattanooga, Memorial Healthcare System, Jordan Thomas Foundation, Community Impact, and Women’s Fund of Greater Chattanooga.

A political scientist with particular academic emphasis in American government, Brown earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Political Science from the University of Tennessee and the Ph.D. in Political Science from The Johns Hopkins University. He began his teaching career at Iowa State University in 1983 before joining the UNC Charlotte faculty in 1985.

The couple has two children, Caroline and Austin. Roger and Carolyn also share custody of “Madeline Albright,” a rescued husky mix with diplomatic immunity.

In 2002, Brown was appointed to the inaugural delegation of the American Association of State Colleges and Universities Sino-American Leadership Development Training for Higher Education Leaders in China. He has traveled on assignment for the U.S. Department of State to Syria, Jordan, and Israel. He Under Brown’s leadership, the campus has experienced also helped establish international exchanges with record enrollment growth at all levels, reaching the universities in Germany, France, South Korea, and significant milestone of surpassing more than 10,000 South Africa. students in fall 2009. Since taking the helm of the Chattanooga campus, he has promoted UTC’s mission as a In Chattanooga, Brown is a member of Rotary metropolitan university with special emphasis in the fields International and has also been named to the of science, mathematics, and technology. Brown has also United Way of Greater Chattanooga Board of pledged the campus’ commitment to teacher preparation, Directors, the RiverCity Company Board, and the healthcare professions, business and commerce, and Chattanooga Area Chamber of Commerce Board cultural appreciation. of Directors. He is a commissioner of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools and has been UTC recently completed a strategic planning initiative appointed to the Southeast Tennessee PreK-16 that focuses campus efforts on the power of partnerships, Education Council. especially relationships within the learning laboratory of Chattanooga. In 2008, Chattanooga earned the Community A strong supporter of athletics, Dr. Brown recently Engagement designation by the Carnegie Foundation for agreed to serve as the Chair of the Southern the Advancement of Teaching in recognition of its many Conference Council of Presidents. This appointment successful partnerships in the community. runs through the 2011-12 academic year.

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Dr. Roger G. Brown, a proven academic leader and native Tennessean, is the fifteenth head of The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. His appointment as Chancellor was celebrated by the campus in February of 2006.

Brown came to Chattanooga from the University of Brown’s wife and partner, Dr. Carolyn Thompson, is North Carolina at Pembroke, where he served as Provost also a committed community activist. In addition and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs since 2000. to her involvement and support of the university, Previously, he had served since 1991 in various academic Dr. Brown and his wife Dr. Carolyn Thompson

Dr. Richard Brown Vice Chancellor Finance & Ops

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Chuck Cantrell Assistant Vice Chancellor University Relations

Dr. John Delaney Vice Chancellor Student Development

Terry Denniston Executive Assistant to the Chancellor

Bob Lyon Vice Chancellor University Advancement

Dr. Phil Oldham Vice Chancellor Provost of Academic Affairs

1987 • 1996 • FOUR SOCON TOURNAMENT TITLES • 1997 • 1998

RICK HART DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS seasons, more than any other SoCon school. • In 2008-09, Chattanooga posted school records with five teams competing in the NCAA Championships and 10 squads represented in the postseason. • Set a school record in 2009 with a 99th place finish in the NACDA Learfield Director’s Cup that measures the overall success of all Division I athletic programs. Three of the Mocs’ top-5 all-time finishes in the NACDA Director’s Cup have come in Hart’s tenure. • Captured UTC’s first Germann Cup in 2007-08, signifying the best all-around women’s sports program in the Southern Conference. When Rick Hart came to the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, he brought with him a vision and plan for the future of the Mocs. Over the last five years, Hart has changed the landscape of the UTC Athletics Department with his leadership, organizational skills and innovative ideas on how to fulfill the Mocs’ mission of preparing students for productive and meaningful lives. Since his hiring on May 23, 2006, Hart’s efforts have made a tremendous impact on the Mocs student-athletes’ quest for comprehensive excellence - academically, athletically and socially.

Socially

Academically

Hart has also been very successful in the traditional roles as UTC Athletics Director. In an effort to ensure efficient and effective management of all elements of the athletics program, and to better align athletics with the academic mission of the institution, Hart developed and installed the Strategic Plan for UTC Athletics. A focus on the studentathlete experience has resulted in increased ticket sales and fundraising, innovative partnerships, improved athletics facilities and the addition of quality coaches.

• Shown continuous improvement in the overall gradepoint-averages for student-athletes in each of the last six semesters - highlighted by a 2.97 g.p.a. in the spring of 2011, the highest semester mark on record. • Over half of the Mocs’ student-athletes made the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll each of the last four semesters. • Developed and implemented an ambitious APR improvement plan that has increased the APR scores of all Mocs athletics programs.

Athletically • Captured 17 regular season and 19 tournament championships in the Southern Conference over the last five

Matt Pope Senior Associate Athletics Director

Laura Herron Senior Associate Athletics Director/SWA

• Cultivated and maintained relationships with local and national press that has led to unequalled media attention for a program of this size. • Expanded educational programming for student-athletes, coaches and staff as part of a commitment to learning and personal and professional development.

Managing finite resources in collegiate athletics is widely known as a difficult task. Hart made fiscal stewardship a priority for the department since his arrival. With diligent leadership and a commitment from each and every member of the department, UTC Athletics has made significant strides towards reducing the financial burden on the institution and adherence to university allocated budgets.

Hart arrived on the UTC campus after serving seven years at the University of Oklahoma in various athletics administrative capacities. Hart’s career with the Sooners began in 1999 as the Director of Marketing and Licensing. He became Assistant Athletics Director for Marketing and Licensing in 2001, and developed and implemented marketing campaigns which generated annual ticket revenues in excess of $19.5 million. Hart was promoted to Associate Athletics Director for Program Advancement and Branding in 2003 and Senior Associate Athletics Director in 2006. Hart has also worked in athletics for the University of North Carolina and East Carolina University and has served with the U.S. Olympic Committee. A 1994 graduate of UNC, Hart earned a bachelor’s degree in Physical Education, Health and Sport Science. Hart and his wife, Allison, also a graduate of North Carolina, are proud parents of Trevor and Caroline. A third-generation athletics administrator, Hart’s father, Dave, currently serves as Executive Director of Athletics at the University of Alabama, and his late grandfather, Dave Sr., served in a variety of roles within collegiate athletics including a stint as the Commissioner of the Southern Conference from 1987-91.

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• Expanded the Compliance and Academic Services departments to help student-athletes progress toward the ultimate goal of earning a college degree.

• Focused attention on strengthening the relationship between Mocs Athletics and the UTC community.

FSC Athletics Directors Association Executive Committee. He is active in the community is a sought-after speaker among the area’s many civic organizations. In addition to his selection as the Grand Marshal of the 2007 Region 4 Special Olympics, Hart has been appointed to the Board of Directors with the March of Dimes - River Valley Division, the Greater Chattanooga Sports and Events Committee and the Finley Stadium Corporation. He is also a member of the Chattanooga Downtown Rotary and the United Way of Greater Chattanooga Leadership Club.

Currently, Hart serves as a member of the NCAA Division I Championship/Sports Management Cabinet and the

Andrew Horton Associate A.D. External

Mike Royster Assistant A.D. Equipment & Facilities

Dr. Emily Blackman Assistant A.D. Academics

Dr. Jay Blackman Assistant A.D. Communications

Dr. Mike Jones Faculty Athletics Representative

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MOCS MEDIA INFORMATION CREDENTIALS Please contact Nate Blythe, UTC Assistant for Communications and Media Relations, for all Chattanooga home volleyball match credentials. Requests should be made in writing via e-mail at least 24 hours prior to the match.

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Credentials will be limited to working members of the media and can be picked up the day before from the Media Relations Office on the first floor of McKenzie Arena or left at the main gate at Maclellan Gym. PHOTOGRAPHERS Credentials for photographers will be issued on a match-by-match basis, and photographers should contact Nate Blythe, UTC Assistant for Communications and Media Relations, with requests. Photographers are expected to honor all sideline policies and are not permitted in either team bench area, locker area or other restricted areas within Maclellan Gym without prior approval. GAMEDAY MEDIA SERVICES Members of the media will have access to the internet and be provided with pregame notes, statistics of both teams and a flipcard with respective rosters. Statistics will be handed out after each set. Following the game, final box scores and play-by-pay will be available. PRACTICES Practices typically run from 2:30 p.m. till 5 p.m. at Maclellan Gym. Media members are asked to contact the Communications and Media Relations Office in advance if planning to attend practice. Player interviews will be conducted following practices.

• is the official website of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Athletics Department. Redesigned on July 1, 2009, the site offers the most up-todate news, scores and information available on Lady Mocs Athletics. • is managed by JumpTV with the content updated and edited by the UTC Communications and Media Relations and Creative Services offices.

After the Game — Following a mandatory 10-minute cooling off period, head coach Lisa Rhodes and select players will meet the members of the media on the left entrance from the locker room. Requested UTC players will also be available. The UTC locker room is closed to the media following the game. Visiting postgame interview policies are determined by the opponent’s representative. LIVE STATS AND VIDEO ONLINE Live stats for all Mocs games are available to fans on GoMocs.com. Streaming video of all UTC’s home matches and selected road contests are available for pay-per-view on GoMocs.com. VIDEO SERVICES For video footage of all the Mocs’ home games, contact UTC’s Director of Creative Services, Owen Seaton, at (423) 425-2122 or owen-seaton@utc. edu. Requests should be made at least one week in advance of needing the footage.

FOLLOW THE MOCS ONLINE

• features include news and updates on your favorite Mocs studentathletes, teams and coaches, live statistics, on-line ticket sales, print-at-home tickets, live in-game audio and video streams, video highlights and interviews, an E-store, DVD store and photo store.

FACEBOOK.COM/CHATTANOOGAMOCS TWITTER.COM/GOMOCS

UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE AT CHATTANOOGA ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS AND MEDIA RELATIONS OFFICE

MEDIA OUTLETS

PRINT Chattanooga Times Free Press Jay Greeson, Editor (jgreeson@timesfreepress.com) Ron Bush, Deputy Editor (rbush@timesfreepress.com) Mark Wiedmer, Columnist (mwiedmer@timesfreepress.com) 423-757-6900 TimesFreePress.com Associated Press Teresa Walker (twalker@ap.org) 800-453-1282 AP.org Chattanoogan.com (online only) John Wilson (news@chattanoogan.com) 423-266-2325 Chattanoogan.com Nooga.com (online only) Brendan Quinn, Sports Editor brendan.quinn@nooga.com The University Echo 423-425-4298 UTCEcho.com TELEVISION WDEF 12 (CBS) Rick Nyman (rnyman@wdef.com) Webb Wright (wwright@wdef.com) 423-785-1278 WDEF.com WRCB 3 (NBC) Keith Cawley (kcawley@wrcbtv.com) Paul Shahen (pshahen@wrcbtv.com) 423-266-5039 WRCBTV.com WTVC 9 (ABC) Darrell Patterson (dpatters@newschannel9. com) Dave Staley (dave@newschannel9.com) 423-757-7332 NewsChannel9.com RADIO OUTLETS Brewer Radio ESPN 105.1 FM (Flagship Station) Nick Bonsanto - Afternoon Host (Nick@espnchattanooga.com) ESPNChattanooga.com

Jay Blackman Assistant Athletics Director Office - (423) 425-5292 Cell - (423) 598-6953 jay-blackman@utc.edu

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PLAYER INTERVIEWS Coaches and Players — All requests for coaching staff or player interviews should be made at least one day in advance through the Communications and Media Relations Office. A time mutually convenient for the athlete and the member of the media will be set up. Most interviews will be conducted following daily practice on location at the practice court. Players will be asked to return telephone calls to members of the media; player telephone numbers will not be issued.

Anne Wehunt Assistant Director Office - (423) 425-4618 Cell - (423) 933-5764 anne-wehunt@utc.edu

Jim Horten Assistant Director Office - (423) 425-2350 Cell - (423) 645-8733 james-horten@utc.edu

Nate Blythe Assistant Office - (423) 425-2116 Cell - (772) 240-8742 nate-blythe@mocs.utc.edu

WGOW 102.3 FM - SportTalk Scott McMahon - Co-Host (quake.sporttalk@wgow.com) WGOW.com 423-756-6141 Fox Sports Radio 1370 AM Chris Goforth, Host 423-321-6207

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2011 CHATTANOOGA MOCS VOLLEYBALL Southern Miss Invitational 8/26 vs. Northwestern (La.) State vs. Southern Miss 8/27 vs. Jackson State 8/30 vs. BELMONT Kennesaw State Owl Invitational 9/2 vs. Oral Roberts 9/3 vs. Kennesaw State vs. Winthrop Country Inn & Suites Invitational 9/9 EAST TENNESSEE STATE 9/10 TENNESSEE TECH UNC ASHEVILLE Virginia Tech Hokie Classic 9/16 vs. Connecticut 9/17 vs. Virginia Tech 9/20 at Alabama A& M 9/24 at Western Carolina *

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9/25 at Appalachian State * 9/28 MERCER 10/1 at Wofford * 10/5 at Samford * 10/8 UNCG * 10/9 ELON * 10/15 COL. OF CHARLESTON * 10/16 THE CITADEL * 10/18 at Mercer 10/22 at Davidson * 10/23 at Georgia Southern * 10/27 FURMAN * 10/28 SAMFORD * 11/4 at UNCG * 11/5 at Elon * 11/12 APPALACHIAN STATE * 11/13 WESTERN CAROLINA * 11/18–20 SoCon Tournament (@ Samford) * Southern Conference Match

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