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GENERAL INFORMATION

Table Of Contents

General Information.............................................. 1 Head Coach Nick Rodionoff................................. 2 Coaching Staff...................................................... 2 From The Deck of Coach Nick............................. 3 Pepperdine Swimmers Shannon Adkins/Sarah Burris............................... 4 Kayleen Hicks/Andrea Kacynski.......................... 5 Madison Krall/ Jessell Owens............................... 6 Gina Vrablik/Robin-Lindsay White...................... 7 Pepperdine Divers Klaire Korver/Tiffany Martz................................. 8 Kristin Scribner/Leslie Wade................................ 9 Pepperdine Newcomers Stephanie Ertl...................................................... 10 Brooke Fugate/Kelsey Anne Maguire................. 10 2009-10 Pepperdine Seniors Brianna Blanchard/Ali Chester........................... 11 Dani Kimmel/Amy Nightingale.......................... 12 2009-10 Season Capsule..................................... 13 All-Time Dual Meet Results..........................14-15 All-Time Roster.............................................16-17 Honors & Records............................................... 18

This Is Pepperdine

Pepperdine University....................................20-21 Athletic Success.............................................22-23 Champions.......................................................... 24 Community Service/Life Skills/SAAC............... 25 Athletic Facilities...........................................26-27 Athletics Department.......................................... 28 WCC/MPSF/PCSC............................................. 29 Wave Greats........................................................ 30

Pepperdine Quick Facts

Location................................ Malibu, Calif. 90263 Founded....................1937 (Malibu Campus 1972) Enrollment................ 8,000 (3,000 undergraduates) Nickname..................................................... Waves Colors............................... Blue, Orange and White Conference............................................ West Coast President....................................Andrew K. Benton Athletic Director...........................Dr. John Watson Athletic Department phone...............310/506-4150 Ticket Office phone.......................866/WAVE-TIX

Sports Information

Director.............................................. Roger Horne office phone..................................310/506-4455 e-mail................... roger.horne@pepperdine.edu Assistant SID.................................Chris Macaluso office phone..................................310/506-4333 e-mail..............chris.macaluso@pepperdine.edu Assistant SID/S&D Contact................Dena Meiste office phone..................................310/506-4160 e-mail...................dena.meiste@pepperdine.edu Fax....................................................310/506-4322 Web site................................pepperdinesports.com Blog ...................www.pepperdinesports.com/blog Facebook......... facebook.com/pepperdine.athletics Twitter................................ twitter.com/peppsports YouTube............youtube.com/PepperdineAthletics iTunesU.............................. itunesu.pepperdine.edu

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2010-2011 Roster Name Shannon Adkins

Ht. Yr./Exp. Events 5-7 Fr./HS Back/Free/IM

Sarah Burris

5-6

Fr./HS

Free

Stephanie Ertl

5-7

Fr./HS

Free/Back

Carmel, Ind. (Carmel HS)

Brooke Fugate

5-5

Fr./HS

Freestyle

San Diego, Calif. (Rancho Bernardo HS)

Kayleen Hicks

5-11

Jr./Jr.

Breast/Free

Andrea Kacynski

5-8

Fr./HS

Back/Free/IM

Klaire Korver

5-3

Fr./HS

Diving

Madison Krall

5-9

So./So.

Fly/Free

Kelsey Maguire

5-5

Fr./HS

IM

Pelham, N.Y. (Pelham HS)

Tiffany Martz

5-6

Jr./Jr.

Diving

Folsom, Calif. (Folsom HS)

Jessell Owens

5-7

Sr./Sr.

IM

Kristin Scribner

5-2

So./So.

Diving

Gina Vrablik

5-3

So./1V

Sprint Free

Chicago, Ill. (Loyola Academy)

Leslie Wade

5-6

So./So.

Diving

Atlanta, Ga. (The Lovett School)

Jr./Jr.

Fly/Free

Jacksonville, Fla. (Bolles School)

Robin-Lindsay White 5-8

Hometown (High School/Previous School) Granite Bay, Calif. (Granite Bay HS) Virginia Beach, Va. (Cox HS)

Chico, Calif. (Chico HS) Superior, Colo. (Monarch HS) Redwood City, Calif. (Pinewood School) Pueblo, Colo. (Pueblo Centennial HS)

Winnemucca, Nev. (Lowry HS) Bonney Lake, Wash. (Bonney Lake HS)

Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Nick Rodionoff (11th season) office phone: 310/506-4124 e-mail: nick.rodionoff@pepperdine.edu Assistant Swimming Coach: Heather Brehmer (Fifth season) e-mail: heather.brehmer@pepperdine.edu Administrative Assistant: Carrie Rodionoff (11th season) e-mail: carrie.rodionoff@pepperdine.edu

Credits

The 2009-11 Pepperdine University swimming and diving media guide was produced by the Sports Information Department. Designed and written by Chris Macaluso, Assistant Sports Information Director. Editing assistance provided by Roger Horne, Nick Rodionoff and Carrie Rodionoff. Photography by Ron Hall, Jeff Golden, Nick Rodionoff and SID archives.

2010-2011 Schedule Fri.

Oct. 8

PCSC Relays

at Fresno, Calif.

12 p.m.

Sat.

Oct. 9

PCSC Pentathlon

at Fresno, Calif.

9:30 a.m.

Fri.-Sat. Oct. 22-23

Malibu Invitational

Malibu, Calif.

Fri.-Sat. Nov. 5-6 Wed. Nov. 17

Cal Poly Shootout

at San Luis Obispo, Calif.

Malibu Diving Invitational

Malibu, Calif.

12 p.m.

Thu.-Sat. Nov. 18-20 Toshiba Classic

at Long Beach, Calif.

All Day

Sat.

Nov. 20

Redlands Diving Invitational

at Redlands, Calif.

All Day

Wed.

Dec. 8

Malibu Diving Invitational

Malibu, Calif.

12 p.m.

Fri.-Mon. Dec. 10-13 Finis Collegiate Invitational

at Long Beach, Calif.

All Day

Fri.-Sat. Jan. 7-8

Cal Lutheran Invitational

at Thousand Oaks, Calif.

All Day

Sat. Jan. 15

Malibu Invitational Diving and Relay Invitational

Malibu, Calif.

10 a.m.

Sat.

PCSC Time Trials

Malibu, Calif.

9:30 a.m.

PCSC Championships

at Long Beach, Calif.

Jan. 29

Wed.-Sat. Feb. 16-19

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HEAD COACH NICK RODIONOFF

PERSONAL

• Spouse: Carrie EDUCATION • Occidental, B.A., 1957 COACHING HIGHLIGHTS • International Swimming & Diving Hall of Fame • National High School Coaches Hall of Fame • Birmingham (Calif.) High School Hall of Fame • Fred A. Cady Memorial Coaches Award • Two-time PCSC Coach of the Year PEPPERDINE HIGHLIGHTS • 10 school record holders through 21 events • 69 of Pepperdine’s 100 all-time fastest marks • Four NCAA qualifiers in diving • Three-time NCAA “B” qualifier Ali McLeod • Ten consecutive top five finishes at the PCSC meet • School-record-tying second-place finish at the 2008 PCSC Championships

Two-time PCSC Coach of the Year Nick Rodionoff is entering his 11th season at the helm of the Pepperdine swimming and diving program. Under his leadership, he has elevated the Waves to a highly competitive level over the past decade. His affiliation with the Pepperdine program, which spans four decades, runs parallel with the success of divers and swimmers he has coached on the high school and college levels. Since taking over as head coach for the 2000-01 season, Rodionoff has guided the Waves to ten consecutive top five finishes at the Pacific Collegiate Swimming & Diving Conference Championships. In 2008, Pepperdine had its bestever finish under Rodionoff and tied the best finish in school history with a second-place result. The Waves have finished in third place five times under Rodionoff, including 2002 and 2009, when he was named PCSC Coach of the Year. Rodionoff has guided a total of seven women

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divers to conference championships, four of whom have qualified for the NCAA Championships. In 2009, senior and PCSC Diver of the Year Amanda Pond won the 3-meter diving event and placed second in the 1-meter competition to teammate Tiffany Martz. Martz won her first 1-meter title at the 2010 Championships. Pond was Rodionoff’s second conference Diver of the Year honoree, joining Michelle Barker, who earned this prestigious title in 2002. In 2008, senior Ali McLeod was named the meet’s Division I Swimmer of the Year after winning the 100 fly and achieving an NCAA qualifying “B” time. Rodionoff’s swimmers have broken 10 school records in 21 possible events and have recorded nearly 70 of Pepperdine’s all-time fastest marks. Rodionoff first came onto the Pepperdine scene in 1974 to coach the men’s diving team and in 1987 he established the women’s program, which went undefeated for five years. Prior to coming to Malibu, Rodionoff served as the diving coach to nearby UCLA from 1964-74. At the high school level, Rodionoff was recognized as one of the top coaches across the country after serving 33 years as the head boys’ and girls’ swimming and diving coach at Birmingham High School, located in Van Nuys, Calif. Rodionoff’s prep resume boasts 31 league championships, a record of 10 Los Angeles City Section boys’ championships and four Los Angeles City girls’ championships. His teams compiled an

astonishing dual meet record of 324-3 (.991). Rodionoff coached 36 high school AllAmericans before retiring in February 1997 and two years later the new pool at Birmingham High School was named in his honor. In addition to being named to the International Swimming and Diving Hall of Fame in 1974, Rodionoff was inducted into the National High School Coaches Hall of Fame in 2004. He is one of only two swimming coaches to have received the honor. Rodionoff is the only coach in the United States to have coached national champions in both swimming and diving and also guided the women’s national relay team to a 200 freestyle record. A top choice for an Olympic coach, Rodionoff was honored in 1999 as the recipient of the Fred A. Cady Memorial Coaches Award. The award is presented biannually to coaches who have dedicated 25 or more years to diving, while developing outstanding talent in the U.S. National Diving program and international competition, including the Olympic Games. Rodionoff also taught for the Los Angeles Unified School District for 39 years. A 1957 graduate of Occidental College, Rodionoff was a three-year standout who participated in diving, football and track and field. He captured the conference diving title in his senior year of competition. His wife, Carrie, serves as the team’s administrative assistant.

Heather Brehmer w Assistant Swimming Coach Fifth Season

Heather Brehmer heads into her fifth season as an assistant swimming coach for Pepperdine in 2009-10 after four years of being a standout swimmer for the Waves. Brehmer’s experience guided the Waves to a third-place showing at the PCSC Championships and helped swimmers Madison Krall, Dani Kimmel, Kayleen Hicks post career best times through several events, including the distance freestyle, individual medley and breaststroke. Brehmer swam the sprint freestyle and butterfly for the Waves from 2003-06, in addition to competing in relays. She helped the Waves place third at the 2006 PCSC Championship and graduated from Pepperdine later that same year with a degree in advertising and a minor in marketing. Brehmer, originally from Illinois, attended Mundelein High School, where she competed at the state level in both swimming and water polo. Prior to moving to California, Brehmer coached agegroup swimming for three years for the Mundelein Mustang Swim Club. In addition to coaching, Brehmer is currently an account executive at NewmanGrace, a brand development firm in Woodland Hills, Calif.

Carrie Rodionoff w Administrative Assistant Fifth Season

Carrie Rodionoff joined the Pepperdine program for the 2000-01 season to provide the coaching staff with support in all areas of the program. Rodionoff’s primary focus at Pepperdine is to work with the coaches and student-athletes on a daily basis to monitor office management, correspondence, recruiting, travel and records. She has taught and coached at all levels for more than 40 years. She has been part of the Santa Monica High School program as a teacher, coach, instructional leader and program coordinator since 1977.

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Shannon Adkins

Sarah Burris

5-7, Sophomore Back/Free/Individual Medley Granite Bay, Calif. (Granite Bay HS/Sierra Marlins) Undeclared

5-6, Sophomore Free/Back Virginia Beach, Va. (Frank W. Cox HS) Sports Medicine

53.50 (100 free) 5:08.73 (500 free) 2:09.25 (200 back) 4:35.51 (400 IM)

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FRESHMAN/2009-10: PCSC All-Conference ... Scored in six events at the PCSC Championships, including the 400 and 800 freestyle relays and the 400 medley relay ... Individually, placed 12th in the 500 free, 15th in the 400 individual medley and 18th in the 200 backstroke ... Helped record the team’s fastest 400 free and medley relays at the conference championships with times of 3:55.22 and 3:57.60, respectively ... Posted the Waves’ second-fastest season marks in the 200 (1:55.60) and 500 free (5:09.93), the 100 (1:00.68) and 200 backstroke (2:10.75) and the 400 IM (4:44.35). HIGH SCHOOL: 2009 graduate from Granite Bay High School, where she was a four-year varsity letterwinner for head coach John Sherman ... Four-year All-Sierra Foothill League selection and high school All-American on the 200 medley and 400 free relays ... Set a San Joaquin sectional record in the 400 free relay during her senior year ... Led school to four league titles and a pair of sectional championships in 2007 and 2009 ... Member of the California Scholastic Federation ... Received school’s Scholar-Athlete Award in 2008 and the President’s Outstanding Academic Excellence Award in 2009. CLUB: Has competed for the Sierra Marlins Swim Team since 2001 ... Recently served as the Marlins’ team captain during the 2008-09 season and was named the team’s Most Motivational swimmer ... Won a short-course sectional championship with the Marlins at Cal-Nevada in 2009 ... USA Swimming Academic All-American and member of its Gold Medal Club ... Trained at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs in April of 2008. PERSONAL: Given name is Shannon Marie Adkins ... Born in Oakland ... Raised in Granite Bay, Calif. ... Daughter of Jeff and Tracy Adkins ... Sister to Ryan ... Father, Jeff, was a track and field athlete at Penn State ... Grandfather, Don Adkins, was a three-sport athlete at Marshall University ... Chose Pepperdine because of “Coach Nick’s positive attitude and emphasis on improvement ... academic excellence ... good moral character ... (and) incredible chemistry between teammates.” FAVORITES: Cullen Jones and Brendan Hansen (pro athletes) ... To Kill A Mockingbird (book) ... Mean Girls (movie) ... House and Gossip Girl (TV shows) ... Amy Winehouse (musical artist) ... Pasta and Hamburgers (food) ... Soccer (sport other than swimming) ... Hobbies include running, kayaking, shopping and photography.

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Top Times 24.40 (50-yard free) 27.7 (50-meter free) 1:01.3 (100-meter free) 1:58.34 (200-yard free) 1:01.81 (100-yard back)

1:55.60 (200 free) 59.78 (100 back) 2:12.11 (200 IM)

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FRESHMAN/2009-10: PCSC All-Conference ... Scored in five events at the PCSC Championships, including all three freestyle relays that posted season best times of 1:37.74, 3:35.22 and 7:47.51 ... Individually, collected conference points for the Waves in the 100 backstroke and 100 freestyle ... Recorded personal bests in the 50 and 200 free of 24.40 and 1:58.34 against Cal State Northridge ... Finished as Pepperdine’s third-fastest competitor in the 100 backstroke and its fourth-best swimmer in the 50 and 100 free. HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated in 2009 with honors from Frank W. Cox High School, where she was a four-year varsity letterwinner in the 50 and 100 freestyle for head coach Joe Gentry ... Named high school’s 2008-09 Athlete of the Year ... Twotime team MVP ... Voted Most Improved swimmer following freshman year ... Led school to four consecutive district championships and two regional championships in 2006 and 2009 ... Left as the school’s record holder in the 50 and 100-meter free, and the 200 and 400-meter freestyle relays ... National Honor Society secretary ... AP Scholar with distinction. JUNIOR OLYMPICS: Competed unattached at the 2006 Junior Olympics, winning the gold medal in the 50-meter free and placing fifth in the 100-meter backstroke. PERSONAL: Given name is Sarah Allyne Burris ... Born in San Diego ... Hometown is Virginia Beach, Va. ... Majoring in sports medicine ... Daughter of Scott and Marie Burris ... Sister of Stephanie and Kelly ... Chose Pepperdine because “it has a good sports medicine program, Christian and conservative values and a great location” ... Mother, Marie, played volleyball at the U.S. Naval Academy, and two uncles played golf at Cal State Northridge. FAVORITES: Dara Torres (pro athlete) ... San Diego Chargers (pro sports team) ... Call of the Wild (book) ... Christmas Vacation (movie) ... Scrubs (TV show) ... Sushi (food) ... Volleyball (sport other than swimming) ... Hobbies include going to the beach, hanging out with friends and playing volleyball.

Sarah Burris

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Kayleen Hicks

Andrea Kacynski

5-11, Senior Breast/Free Chico, Calif.

5-8, Sophomore Back/Free/IM Superior, Colo. (Monarch HS/North Jeffco) International Studies/Politcal Science

(Chico HS/Chico Aquajets/Durham Dolphins) Integrated Marketing and Communications Top Times

24.10 (50 free) 1:04.47 (100 breast)

53.51 (100 free) 2:21.31 (200 breast)

JUNIOR/2009-10: Pepperdine Scholar-Athlete ... Member of the PCSC AllConference and All-Academic teams ... Attended inaugural NCAA Career in Sports Forum ... Set Pepperdine's varsity record in the 100 breaststroke with a time of 1:04.47 at the Malibu Invitational ... Scored in three individual events at the PCSC Championships, placing fifth in the 200 breast (2:22.09), seventh in the 100 breast (1:05.83) and 15th in the 50 freestyle (24.45) ... Swam on four conference relay teams, all of which placed among the top five and posted season best times of 1:37.74 (200 free), 3:35.22 (400 free), 1:48.20 (200 medley) and 3:57.60 (400 medley) ... Pepperdine's fastest swimmer in the 50 and 100 free with career best times of 24.10 and 53.51 ... Finished with the team's second best time of 2:21.31 in the 200 breast, which was also a personal record. SOPHOMORE/2008-09: PCSC Championship finalist in the 50 freestyle, 100 and 200 breaststroke ... Finished seventh in the finals of the 200 breast with a time of 2:25.13, placed eighth in the 100 breast (1:06.76) and 14th in the 50 free (24.66) ... Compiled a dozen top-three showings through five different events ... Won the 100 breast on two occasions in addition to three 200 breast titles, including one at the UC Irvine Invitational, where she clocked a personal best of 2:23.99 ... Swam the leadoff leg for the 200 free relay team (1:36.89) that posted the squad's fastest time of the season and second best in program history ... Also swam the first leg for the Waves' best 400 free relay of the season (3:35.31) and the second leg for its top 400 medley relay (3:46.40) ... Briefly held the school's varsity record in the 100 breast (1:05.17) before being surpassed later in the year by teammate Dani Kimmel's marks of 1:05.16 and 1:04.57 ... Recorded her personal best as the lead leg on the school's 300 breaststroke relay at the PCSC Relay Invitational, which took place during the first week of the season ... Posted eight personal records during the course of the year. FRESHMAN/2007-08: Individually at the PCSC Championships, took third place in the 100 breast (1:07.26), seventh place in the 200 breast (2:26.56) and 13th place in the 50 free (24.67) ... Also at the PCSC meet, was part of the fourth-place 200 free relay team (1:37.80) ... Had second-place finishes in the 50 free, 100 breast and 200 breast at the CSUN dual ... Won the 200 breast at the Cal Poly dual ... Set personal bests in the 50 back (31.23), 50 breast (30.55), 200 breast (2:23.14), 50 fly (27.72) and 100 IM (1:01.82). HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Graduated from Chico High School in 2007 ... A fouryear letterwinner ... Named the 2007 CIF Northern Section Female Swimmer of the Year ... Swam club with the Chico Aquajets and the Durham Dolphins ... Made the Sierra Nevada Western Zone team.

1:58.80 (200 free) 2:08.94 (200 back)

Top Times

5:11.40 (500 free)

FRESHMAN/2009-10: Pepperdine Scholar-Athlete ... Scored points in two individual events at the PCSC Championships, taking 23rd place in the 400 individual medley with a time of 4:58.51 and 24th in the 1650 freestyle with a mark of 18:52.78 ... Posted a season best 400 IM time of 4:57.30 during PCSC prelims, which was the team's fifth-fastest mark of the season ... Recorded Pepperdine's No. 5 times in the 500 free (5:27.99) and 200 back (2:19.40) at the Toshiba Classic and its No. 3 times in the 1000 (11:20.20) and 1650 (18:43.56) ... Swam on the Waves' 200 free and 400 medley relays. HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated in 2009 from Monarch High School, where she was a four-year varsity letterwinner in the freestyle and backstroke for head coach Jay Weerman ... Career-best marks include a 1:58.80 in the 200 free, a 5:11.40 in the 500 free and a 2:08.94 in the 200 back ... 2008-09 Front Range League Swimmer of the Year ... Helped lead team to the 2008 Front Range League title ... Four-year state qualifier ... Left school holding its records in the 500 free, 400-meter free and with the 400 free relay ... Three-time All-Conference first team selection in the 500 free and 400 free relay ... Three-time All-Conference second team selection in the 200 free and 200 free relay ... Member of the National Honor Society ... Made honor roll all four years and was tabbed to the Academic All-State first team as a senior and junior ... Received school's academic letter in 2006 and 2009 ... Named Student of the Semester in the fall of 2008 ... Four-year Academic All-Conference honoree. CLUB: Competed for the North Jeffco Swim Team from 2006 to 2009 and the Rally Sport Aquatics Club from 2001 to 2006 ... Qualified for the Junior Olympics for her age group from 2001 to 2005 ... Swam for the sectional team at the Speedo Sectional Championships while a member of North Jeffco in 2008-09. PERSONAL: Given name is Andrea Jenae Kacynski ... Born in Peoria, Ill. ... Raised in Superior, Colo. ... Majoring in international studies and political science ... Daughter of Paul and Cindy Kacynski ... Sister of Blair ... Chose Pepperdine “for its good morals, strong academics and the beautiful campus.” FAVORITES: Nastia Liukin (pro athlete) ... Chicago Bears (pro sports team) ... The Great Gatsby (book) ... The Parent Trap (movie) ... The OC (TV show) ... The Fray (musical artist) ... Chipotle (food) ... Gymnastics (sport other than swimming) ... Hobbies include running, baking and skiing.

PERSONAL: Born in Durham, Calif. ... Daughter of Stan and Peggy Hicks ... Has two brothers, Brady and Dana ... Majoring in integrated marketing and communications ... Chose Pepperdine because of “the excellent education, the thrilling and beautiful environment and the positive team chemistry for swimming.” FAVORITES: Megan Quann (pro athlete) ... Sacramento Kings (pro sports team) ... The Grass Castle (book) ... The Chronicles of Narnia (movie) ... Gossip Girl (TV show) ... Copeland (musical artist) ... Hobbies include photography, music, dancing, reading and writing.

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Madison Krall

Jessell Owens

5-9, Junior Fly/IM/Free Pueblo, Colo. (Pueblo Centennial HS/Pueblo Swim Club) Pre-Med

5-7, Senior IM Winnemucca, Nev. (Lowry HS/Winnemucca Whitewater) Chemistry

53.57 (100 free) 5:01.22 (500 free) 59.94 (100 fly) 4:33.60 (400 IM)

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1:54.92 (200 free) 17:14.15 (1650 free) 2:09.45 (200 fly)

SOPHOMORE/2009-10: Pepperdine Scholar-Athlete ... PCSC All-Conference selection ... Finished fourth in the 1650 freestyle at the PCSC Championships with a season best time of 17:29.99 and was sixth in the 400 individual medley with a personal best mark of 4:33.60 that ranks as the second fastest in school history ... Took fifth place at the conference meet in the 500 free, completing the race in 5:05.80 ... Swam anchor for the 800 freestyle relay that placed fourth at PCSCs with a season best time of 7:47.51 ... Swam the third leg for Pepperdine's conference entry in the 400 free relay that also posted a season best mark of 3:35.22 ... Her respective season best times of 10:34.36 and 17:29.99 in the 1000 and 1650 free rank as the fifth and third fastest marks in Pepperdine history ... Finished the year with a total of six career bests in the 100 free (53.57), 200 free (1:54.92), 200 back (2:16.34), 100 breast (1:10.08), 100 fly (59.94) and 400 IM (4:33.60). FRESHMAN/2008-09: Claimed the school's second-fastest time in the 500 freestyle at 5:01.22 as well as the fifth-fastest at 5:04.91 ... Ranks second on Pepperdine's alltime list in the 1650 and 1000 freestyle after posting a mile time of 17:14.15 with a split of 10:26.65 at the PCSC Championships ... Recorded Pepperdine's fourth and fifth-fastest times in the 400 individual medley with marks of 4:34.75 and 4:35.21 ... PCSC Championship finalist in the 500 and 1650 free and the 400 IM ... Finished as the runner-up in the mile (17:14.15) ... Took fifth place in the 400 IM (4:34.75) and 10th in the 500 free (5:01.22) ... Winner of five races, including two in the 500 free and one in the 200 butterfly at the PCSC Time Trials ... Won two events in the PCSC Freestyle Pentathlon and finished third overall ... Recorded the team's fastest 25 free of the season with a time of 12.20 ... Set additional personal records in the 100 free (53.95), 200 free (1:57.24), 50 fly (27.50), 200 fly (2:09.45) and 200 IM (2:11.12) ... Competed on Pepperdine's two fastest 400 free relays, which posted times of 3:35.31 and 3:36.29 ... Swam anchor on the Waves' two best 800 free relays, which recorded marks of 7:56.53 and 8:05.80.

1:04.27 (100 fly) 2:18.30 (200 back)

SOPHOMORE/2008-09: Competed at the PCSC Championships in the 200 backstroke, 200 butterfly and the 400 individual medley ... Highest individual finish was third place, which she earned twice at the PCSC Time Trials in the 200 fly and 400 IM. FRESHMAN/2007-08: Placed ninth in the 200 fly at both the UCI Shootout and the CSUN dual ... Set personal bests in the 50 free (27.86), 100 free (59.51), 100 fly (1:04.27), 200 fly (2:17.76) and 200 back (2:18.30). HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Graduated as the valedictorian in 2007 from Lowry High School ... A four-year letterwinner ... A three-time all-state selection ... Selected to the all-state team twice in the 200 IM and once in the 400 freestyle relay ... A fouryear letterwinner for the state champion cross country team ... Swam club for the Winnemucca Whitewater Swim Team. PERSONAL: Born in Winnemucca, Nev. ... Daughter of Mike and DeAnna Owens ... Has two brothers, Ryan and Shawn ... Majoring in sports medicine ... Chose Pepperdine because "I loved the campus and the people and everything just felt perfect about it." FAVORITES: Picabo Street (sports hero) ... Tiger Woods (pro athlete) ... San Francisco Giants (pro sports team) ... The Secret Life of Bees (book) ... Scrubs (TV show) ... Hobbies include snowboarding, skiing, art and traveling.

JUNIOR OLYMPICS/CLUB: Most recently a member of Pueblo Swim Club ... Hit first sectional cuts in the 200 fly and 1650 free as a 13-year-old at a Junior Olympic meet ... Participated on two occasions with the Colorado All-Star Team ... Three-time participant with the Colorado Western Zone Team. PERSONAL: Given name is Madison Aleece Krall ... Born in Pueblo, Colo. ... Majoring in psychology with a English minor ... Daughter of Dennis and Cassie Krall ... Has two siblings, Tanner and Mackenzie ... Chose Pepperdine “because I felt I could contribute to the swim program and I liked the comforting, goaloriented aspects of the team.”

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2:17.76 (200 fly)

JUNIOR/2009-10: Pepperdine Scholar-Athlete ... PCSC All-Academic honoree ... Posted the Waves' third best season time in the 200 butterfly, clocking a mark of 2:25.60 at the Toshiba Classic ... Recorded a personal best in the 50 back (33.84) ... Competed with Pepperdine's 400 freestyle and 200 medley relays.

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated in 2008 as the Salutatorian from Pueblo Centennial High School, where she was a four-year varsity letterwinner for head coach Bob Haley ... Lettered in tennis ... Career-best marks included a 59.94 in the 100 fly and a 5:12.89 in 500 free ... Helped lead team to four city championships and two league runner-up titles ... Named 2008's South-Central League Swimmer of the Year and high school’s best female athlete ... As a junior, placed third in the 100 fly (1:00.21) and fifth in the 500 free (5:12.89) at the Colorado 4A State Championships ... Left school holding over 20 district, city, pool and team records for both individual and relay events ... National Honor Society member ... Athlete representative for Colorado Swimming.

FAVORITES: Cullen Jones (pro athlete) ... Chicago Cubs (pro team) ... Postcards From No Man’s Land and Pride and Prejudice (books) ... Some Kind of Wonderful, Hairspray and Pride and Prejudice (movies) ... Gossip Girl (TV show) ... Mika, Jack’s Mannequin and Taylor Swift (musical artists) ... Chicken Salad Casserole (food) ... Tennis (sport other than swimming).

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Gina Vrablik

5-3, Sophomore Free Inverness, Ill. (Loyola Academy/Palatine Park District Tiger Sharks) Advertising

26:52 (50 free)

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1:06.01 (100 free)

FRESHMAN/2008-09: Competed in the 50 and 100 freestyle, where she posted season best times of 26:52 and 1:06.01 ... Also swam on Pepperdine's 400 free and 200 medley relays. HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Loyola Academy in 2009, where she swam one year on the varsity squad following three years for the junior varsity ... Competed in the 50 and 100 free and on all relays for head coach Dennis Shoquist ... Career best times include a 26.6 with the 200 free relay and a 59.6 with the 400 free relay ... Helped set a meet record as part of a 200 free relay at the University of Notre Dame ... Part of a team that won four conference titles and placed fifth in the state in 2006 ... Water polo letterwinner ... National Honors Society member ... AP Scholar. CLUB: Competed for the Palatine Park District Tiger Sharks and was part of the 2006 Senior Elite Group. PERSONAL: Given name is Gina Camella Vrablik ... Born in Chicago ... Hometown is Inverness, Ill. ... Majoring in international business ... Daughter of Joanne and Greg Vrablik ... Sister to Gabbi ... Traveled to East Africa last summer on a mission trip ... Chose Pepperdine because, “of the Christian aspect and the dry campus ... when I visited, it just felt like the perfect place to be” ... Father, Greg, played tennis for Tufts University. FAVORITES: Chicago Blackhawks (pro hockey team) ... Year of Wonders (book) ... Father of the Bride (movie) ... Friends (TV show) ... Gnocchi, Pop Tarts (food) ... Hockey (sport other than swimming) ... Hobbies include running and dancing.

Robin-Lindsay White

5-8, Senior Fly/Free Jacksonville, Fla. (Bolles School/Bolles School Sharks) Sports Medicine 28.60 (50 fly)

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1:08.52 (100 IM)

JUNIOR/2009-10: Missed most of season before returning at the PCSC Time Trials where she posted a time of 27.35 in the 50 freestyle. SOPHOMORE/2008-09: Competed in four meets, all of which took place during the first half of the season: Nike Cup, UC Irvine Shootout, PCSC Pentathlon and the Malibu Invitational ... Personal bests recorded this season included a 38.93 in the 50 breaststroke, a 28.60 in the 50 butterfly and a 1:08.52 in the 100 IM ... Top season times were a 56.95 in the 100 free and a 1:03.20 in the 100 fly. FRESHMAN/2007-08: Set personal bests in the 50 back (31.54), 50 breast (39.91), 50 fly (29.03) and 100 IM (1:09.48). HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Graduated in 2007 from The Bolles School, located in Jacksonville, Fla. ... State finalist and regional champion in the 100 fly as a sophomore ... Helped Bolles to the state title each season and the 2004 national 7

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championship ... Three-time scholastic All-American ... Member of the National Honor Society ... Swam club for The Bolles School Sharks and made the Florida All-Star Team and Florida Southern Zone Team ... Junior National qualifier. PERSONAL: Born in Doylestown, Penn. ... Daughter of Richard and Robin White ... Has one sister, Laurie ... Majoring in sports medicine ... Used to dance and performed in the Nutcracker Ballet seven times ... Chose Pepperdine because of “the exceptional academic program, the sports medicine program, the swim team and the beautiful location.”

FAVORITES: Troy Polamalu and Ian Crocker (pro athletes) ... Pittsburgh Steelers and Boston Red Sox (pro sports teams) ... The Five People You Meet in Heaven (book) ... Center Stage (movie) ... Friends and Gossip Girl (TV shows) ... Taylor Swift (musical artist) ... Hobbies include swimming and photography.

RALEIGH RUNNELS MEMORIAL POOL

Site of the 1984 Olympic water Waves At Home polo competition, Pepperdine’s Raleigh Runnels Memorial Pool is Year Record Pct. 2-5 .286 recognized as a sparkling blue jewel 1985-86 1-7 .125 carved amidst the rugged Santa 1986-87 1987-88 7-3 .700 Monica Mountains. The Pepperdine 1988-89 3-2 .600 6-5 .545 facility has gained prominence and 1989-90 9-2 .818 fame as one of the premier aquatic 1990-91 1991-92 5-3 .625 centers, located on one of the most 1992-93 6-2 .750 7-2 .778 picturesque campuses in the world. 1993-94 5-0 1.000 Raleigh Runnels Memorial 1994-95 1995-96 5-4 .556 Pool also served as the host facility 1996-97 4-1 .800 7-2 .778 for the 1983 FINA Cup water polo 1997-98 1998-99 5-1 .833 competition. The U.S. National Water 1999-00 3-3 .500 Polo team has trained extensively 2000-01 3-2 .600 2-2 .500 at the Malibu-based pool, which 2001-02 2002-03 4-2 .667 is a popular spot for faculty, staff, 2003-04 2-2 .500 2004-05 1-1 .500 students and local residents. 0-1 .000 Versatility is another key 2005-06 2006-07 2-1 .667 characteristic of the facility. In 2007-08 0-0 .000 1-0 1.000 addition to water polo, Raleigh 2008-09 1-0 1.000 Runnels Memorial Pool has been 2009-10 Totals 91-53 .632 the site of several distinguished swimming competitions as well as TV’s Battle of the Network Stars from 1976 to 1985, and the Bravo cable channel’s 2005 follow-up Battle of the Network Reality Stars. Named in memory of Raleigh Neal Runnels, son of Pepperdine Chancellor Dr. Charles Runnels, and a cancer victim at age 17, the pool was dedicated on April 18, 1976. The facility was primarily funded through the generosity of Mrs. Frank Rogers Seaver and Morris B. Pendleton. Opened for use in 1975, the pool was designed and built by Nader Construction. It contains approximately 700,000 gallons of water, ranges from three to 16 feet in depth and is equipped with one- and three-meter diving boards. Estimated construction cost was $450,000. Raleigh Runnels Memorial Pool was renovated in the spring of 1997 with an improved filtering system. Since its inception in 1985-86, Pepperdine has won more than 60 percent of its home dual meets (91-53 overall).

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Klaire Korver

Tiffany Martz

5-3, Sophomore Diving Redwood City, Calif. (Pinewood School/Airborne Gymnastics) History

5-6, Senior Diving Folsom, Calif. (Folsom HS/Dos Rios Diving) Biochemistry

169.55 (1-meter)

Top Scores

180.00 (3-meter)

FRESHMAN/2009-10: Pepperdine Scholar-Athlete ... Placed 11th on 3-meter at the PCSC Championships with 161.05 points and finished 14th on 1-meter with 169.55 points ... Recorded a personal best 3-meter score of 180.00 during the PCSC Time Trials. HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated in 2009 from Pinewood School, where she and her friend, Allie Butlers, started the school's first diving team during their senior year ... Competed for head coach Matt Stimson and qualified for the Central Coast Section Diving Championships ... Previously attended Laurel Springs School as a freshman ... Member of the National, Math and Spanish Honor Societies ... Silver medalist in the 2009 National Spanish Exam. CLUB: Competed for Airborne Gymnastics ... Won a pair of state championships for a Level 9 team in 2006 and 2007 while serving as a team captain ... 2007 regional champion in the bar and all-around competitions ... Won the 2007 Western National bar title.

368.10 (3-meter)

SOPHOMORE/2008-09: PCSC Champion on 1-meter with 392.00 points and conference runner-up on 3-meter with 368.10 points ... Won a total of four 1-meter titles during the regular season, including ones at the Cal State Northridge dual, the PCSC Time Trials and the PCSC Relay Invitational with former teammate Shannon Hedman ... Also won the 3-meter title at the PCSC Relay Invitational with Hedman. FRESHMAN/2007-08: At the PCSC Championships, took fifth place in the 1-meter diving competition (318.15) and eighth place in the 3-meter (293.65) ... Teamed with Chelsea Yarnell to win the 1-meter event at the PCSC Pentathlon ... Finished second in the 1-meter at the Cal Poly SLO dual. HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Folsom High School in 2007 ... A three-year letterwinner ... A two-time All-American qualifier and claimed the Delta River League’s diving championship her senior season ... A two-time CIF Sac-Joaquin Section finalist ... A member of the National Honor Society ... Earned six academic letters ... Dove club for Dos Rios Diving. PERSONAL: Born in Folsom, Calif. ... Daughter of Bill and Stephanie Martz ... Has one brother, Dennis ... Math Education major with a minor in Spanish ... Competed in gymnastics for 15 years ... Chose Pepperdine because “I was drawn by the academics. Pepperdine seemed to be a school with an academic focus, but with more interaction. I loved the idea of small classes. Next, I was very interested in the diving program. Finally was of course, the ideal and beautiful location.”

FAVORITES: Kerri Strug (sports hero) ... Kobe Bryant (pro athlete) ... Los Angeles Lakers (pro sports team) ... Memoirs of a Geisha (book) ... Slumdog Millionaire (movie) ... Jon and Kate Plus Eight (TV Show) ... Trey Songz (musical artist) ... Dim Sum (food) ... Gymnastics (sport) ... Hobbies include drawing and painting.

FAVORITES: Shannon Miller and Tiger Woods (pro athletes) ... Grey’s Anatomy (TV show) ... Pineapple (food) ... Hobbies include traveling and surfing.

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JUNIOR/2009-10: Scholar-Athlete ... Named to the PCSC All-Conference and AllAcademic teams ... PCSC Conference 3-meter champion with a season-best 240.60 points ... Placed fifth on 1-meter at the conference championships with 226.40 points ... Recorded a season-best 1-meter score of 241.10 during the first day of competition at the Cal Poly Shootout ... Won a total of four diving competitions, including a sweep of the springboards at the PCSC Pentathlon.

PERSONAL: Given name is Klaire Klaire Korver Tomiko Korver ... Born and raised in Redwood City, Calif. ... History major ... Parents are Keith Korver and Roberta Lee ... Sister of Kandace ... Was a competitive gymnast for seven years ... Chose Pepperdine because “I like the size, location and the values it offers.”

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Kristin Scribner

Leslie Wade

5-2, Junior Diving Bonney Lake, Wash. (Bonney Lake HS/Gymnastics Express) Sports Medicine

5-6, Junior Diving Atlanta, Ga. (Lovett School/ Atlanta Diving Association) English/Pre-Med

367.60 (1-meter)

Top Scores

357.75 (3-meter)

SOPHOMORE/2009-10: Missed second half of season ... Posted season best diving scores at the Cal Poly Shootout, scoring 221.20 points on 3-meter and 209.40 points on 1-meter. FRESHMAN/2008-09: Placed third on the 1-meter springboard at the PCSC Championships with 367.60 points and was sixth on 3-meter with 357.75 points ... Established a season-high point total on 1-meter during prelims with 368.70 points ... Won the 1 and 3-meter combined event at the Malibu Invitational with 209.05 points ... Runner-up on 3-meter vs. Cal State Northridge with 213.40 points. HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated in 2008 from Bonney Lake High School, where she was a multi-year letterwinner for its swimming and diving, gymnastics and track and field teams ... Voted Most Improved Athlete of the swimming and diving team ... Set 11-dive record off 1-meter at the state and district meets ... Left school holding all gymnastic event records ... Recognized as Bonney Lake’s first state gymnastics champion ... Won state gymnastics title for balance beam during her junior year ... Captain of gymnastics team for two years and of the swimming and diving team as a senior ... Received the Heart of the Panther Award on three different occasions ... Senior Showcase recipient ... Honor Roll student. CLUB: Competed for Gymnastics Express ... Won many championships and medals though 10 years of competition at the state and regional levels ... Once received high score of the meet with a 9.8 on balance beam. PERSONAL: Given name is Kristin Kayleen Scribner ... Hometown is Bonney Lake, Wash. ... Daughter of Lonnie and Elena Scribner ... Has a brother Michael, and two half-sisters, Stephanie and Lyndsay ... Majoring in sports medicine. FAVORITES: Shawn Johnson (pro athlete) ... Kerri Strug (sports hero) ... Seattle Seahawks (pro sports team) ... A Walk To Remember (book) ... The Notebook, What A Girl Wants and Ever After (movies) ... Gilmore Girls and Grey’s Anatomy (TV shows) ... Shania Twain (musical artist) ... Mom’s tacos and chocolate peanut butter (food) ... Gymnastics and track and field (sports other than swimming).

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367.60 (1-meter)

Top Scores

357.75 (3-meter)

SOPHOMORE/2009-10: PCSC All-Conference honoree ... Placed third on the 1-meter springboard with 230.60 points at the PCSC Conference Championships ... Capture a fifth-place score of 198.05 on the 3-meter ... Posted both her season best scores during the second day of competition at the Cal Poly Shootout, totaling a first-place score of 237.35 points on 1-meter and 206.05 points on 3-meter. FRESHMAN/2008-09: Placed fourth on 3-meter at the PCSC Championships with a season-high total of 360.85 points and was fifth on 1-meter with 354.55 points ... Set a season high on 1-meter during PCSC prelims with 355.30 points ... Was the runner-up to teammate Kristin Scribner in the 1 and 3-meter combination event at the Malibu Invitational, scoring 197.70 points. HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated in 2008 from The Lovett School, where she was a four-year letterwinner for head coach Barbara Wyle ... Best 1-meter scores included a 234.65 points (6 dives) and 340.20 (11 dives) ... Served as team captain for two years ... Four-year state qualifier ... Helped lead team to a fifth-place showing at the 2008 state meet ... Left school as its 1-meter (11 dive) record holder ... Set a 1-meter (6 dive) record at the Greater Atlanta Christian Academy ... Lettered in cheerleading and gymnastics and captained both those squads ... Named to Scholar’s List every semester ... Coach’s Award recipient. CLUB/JUNIOR OLYMPICS: Competed for the Atlanta Diving Association from 2004 to 2008 ... Four-year Georgia All-Star ... Attended Junior Olympic regional competitions in summers of 2007 and 2008. PERSONAL: Given name is Leslie Martin Wade ... Goes by 'Elle' ... Born in Atlanta, Ga. ... Daughter of David an Marlene Wade ... Has a sister, Marlana ... Majoring in English and pre-med ... Career goal is to become a heart surgeon ... Fluent in French, which she has studied in school since she was five years old. FAVORITES: Chris Paul (pro athlete) ... New Orleans Hornets (pro sports team) ... The Catcher in the Rye and MacBeth (books) ... Sling Blade (movie) ... Gossip Girl and One Tree Hill (TV shows) ... Dave Matthews Band (musical artist) ... Malibu Yogurt, cupcakes and chocolate cake (foods) ... NBA basketball (sport other than diving) ... Hobbies include working out, reading and going to the beach.

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PEPPERDINE NEWCOMERS Stephanie Ertl

5-7, Freshman Sprints/Back Carmel, Ind. (Carmel HS/Carmel Swim Club) Biology 25.1 (50 free)

Top Times

54.7 (100 free)

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated in 2010 from Carmel High School, where she was a two-year varsity letterwinner in the freestyle and backstroke for head coach Chris Plumb ... Member of the Indiana state championship team in 2009-10 ... Twoyear Scholar-Athlete and recipient of the Academic All-Indianapolis Metropolitan Conference Award ... Two-time Rio Americano Scholar-Athlete Award winner ... Attended Rio Americano High School in Sacramento during her freshman and junior years ... Lettered in water polo ... Member of the National Society of High School Scholars. CLUB: Has competed for the Carmel Swim Club for two years ... Part of the Arden Swim Club from ages five through 16 ... Place third in the high point for the 13-14 and 15-18 girls age group. PERSONAL: Given name is Stephanie Marie Ertl ... Biology major ... Born in Sacramento and raised in Carmel, Ind. ... Daughter of Jan and Julie ... Sister to Karchi and Jani ... Chose to attend Pepperdine because, "I felt it was the best fit for me both athletically and academically." FAVORITES: Dara Torres (pro athlete) ... Chicago Bears (pro sports team) ... Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (book) ... She's The Man (movie) ... So You Think You Can Dance (TV show) ... Michael Jackson (musical artist) ... Cereal (food) ... Water Polo (sport besides swimming) ... Hobbies include dancing, hanging out with friends and listening to music.

Brooke Fugate

5-5, Freshman Free San Diego, Calif. (Rancho Bernardo HS/Pacific Swim) Mathematics 1:03 (100 free)

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6:11 (500 free)

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated with honors in 2010 from Rancho Bernardo High School, where she competed in the freestyle events for head coach Tim Oelgoetz ... Named Rancho Bernardo High School Athlete of the Month during her senior year ... Part of an undefeated junior varsity team and placed seventh in the 200 free at the San Diego Mt. Carmel Invite as a junior in 2009 ... Lettered in water polo and served as captain of the varsity team ... San Diego Union Tribune Scholar Athlete. CLUB: Competed for Pacific Swim from 2000-07 and again in 2010 ... Member of several water polo club teams, including Pacific Polo, Bronco Polo, Poway Valley Polo and Shores Polo. PERSONAL: Given name is Brooke Nicole Fugate ... Born in Upland, Calif., and raised in San Diego ... Mathematics major ... Daughter of Steve and Cheryl Henry and Kreg and Tracy Fugate ... Sister to Paige ... Pepperdine Regent's Scholar ... National Merit Scholarship semifinalist.

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FAVORITES: Drew Brees (pro athlete) ... San Diego Chargers (pro sports team) ... The Screwtape Letters (book) ... The Proposal (movie) ... NCIS (TV show) ... Lady Antebellum (musical artist) ... Frozen yogurt (food) ... Water polo (sport other than swimming) ... Hobbies include playing water polo and watching movies.

Kelsey Maguire 5-5, Freshman Fly/IM Pelham, N.Y. (Pelham HS) French

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated in 2010 from Pelham Memorial High School where she competed in the 100 butterfly and 200 individual medley for head coach Amy Colatuono ... Once named Athlete of the Week ... Part of a team that finished undefeated and won a division championship in 2008 ... Lettered in cheerleading. PERSONAL: Given name is Kelsey Anne Maguire ... Born in New Rochelle, N.Y. and raised in Pelham ... French major ... Daughter of Edward and Allison Maguire ... Sister to Patrick and Robby ... Chose Pepperdine for its location, Christian mission, small community and friendly environment. FAVORITES: Hideki Matsui and Amanda Beard (pro athlete) ... New York Yankees (pro sports team) ... Lord of the Flies (book) ... A Perfect Getaway (movie) ... Malcolm in the Middle (TV show) ... Shwayze (musical artist) ... Pinkberry (food) ... Snowboarding (sport other than swimming) ... Hobbies include surfing, drawing, boating and biking.

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Brianna Blanchard

Ali Chester

5-8, Graduate Free Agoura, Calif. (La Reina HS/Class Aquatics) Business Administration

5-10, Graduate Back/Free/IM Riverside, Calif. (Riverside Poly HS/Novaquatics) Sports Medicine

54.95 (100 free) 5:12.04 (500 free)

Top Times 1:55.9 (200 free) 17:57.06 (1650 free)

SENIOR/2009-10: Pepperdine Scholar-Athlete ... Named to the PCSC AllAcademic and All-Conference teams ... Placed 12th in the 1650 freestyle, 15th in the 200 free and 19th in the 500 free at the PCSC Championships ... Her mile mark of 17:57.06 served as a personal record and was Pepperdine's second fastest time of the season ... Recorded season best marks in the prelims of the 200 (1:57.91) and 500 free (5:14.01) at PCSCs, times that ranked among the team's five best of the season ... Swam leadoff for Pepperdine's 800 free relay team at PCSCs that placed fourth with a season best time of 7:47.51 ... Competed in every freestyle event from the 25 through the 1650 ... Also participated in the 100 breaststroke, 50 butterfly and 200 individual medley. JUNIOR/2008-09: Competed in seven different freestyle events from the 25 through the 1650 ... PCSC qualifier in the 200, 500 and 1650 free ... Placed 18th at the conference championship meet in the mile, recording a season and personalbest time of 18:00.71 ... Registered a personal record in the 25 free (12.38) at the PCSC Pentathlon en route to a ninth-place finish ... Swam the second leg on the year’s fastest 800 free relay, which posted a time of 7:56.53 at the Nike Cup ... Won the 200 free title at the PCSC Time Trials in 2:01.15 ... Runner-up in both the 500 and 1000 free against Cal State Northridge. SOPHOMORE/2007-08: Individually at the PCSC Championships, took 12th place in the 1650 free (18:09.39) and 23rd place in the 500 free (5:23.47) ... Also at the PCSC meet, was part of the fourth-place 800 free relay team (7:53.27) ... Had third-place finishes in the 1000 free at the CSUN dual and in the 200 free at the Malibu Invitational ... Set personal bests in the 50 free (25.7), 200 free (1:55.9), 500 free (5:12.04), 1000 free (10:51.97) and the 1650 free (18:01.33). FRESHMAN/2006-07: Individually at the PCSC Championships, took 12th place in the 1650 free (personal best 18:09.04) and 23rd place in the 500 free (5:19.76) ... Also at the PCSC meet, was part of the seventh-place 800 free relay team (7:52.57) ... Was the high-point scorer for distance events at the Malibu Invitational ... Set personal bests in the 50 free (25.87), 100 free (54.95), 200 free (1:57.33), 500 free (5:14.76), 1000 free (10:53.19) and 1650 free (18:09.04). HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Graduated from La Reina High School in 2006 ... Lettered three years on the varsity swimming team ... A three-time finalist at the CIF Division IV meet in the 200 and 500 free ... Named the team’s Most Improved Swimmer in 2005 ... Team won two CIF championships ... Member of the National Honor Society ... Swam club with Class Aquatics and competed at Junior Olympics from 2003-06. PERSONAL: Given name is Brianna Clarity Virginia Blanchard ... Born in Studio City, Calif. ... Daughter of Greg and Joy Blanchard ... Has two sisters, Sasha and Tara ... Sister, Sasha, is a sophomore on the track team at Notre Dame ... Has an aunt, Amy Mueller, who also attended Pepperdine ... Majoring in business administration with a minor in I/O psychology ... Has worked as a California state lifeguard since 2006 ... Competes in triathlons.

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5:34.34 (500 free) 2:13.63 (200 IM)

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58.27 (100 back) 4:42.12 (400 IM)

SENIOR/2009-10: PCSC All-Conference honoree ... Scored points for Pepperdine in three individual events and with the 200 medley and 200 freestyle relays that posted season best times of 1:48.20 and 1:37.74 ... Swam leadoff for both those relays that finished fourth in the conference ... Finished 18th in the 50 free with a season best time of 24.83 ... Led all Waves with a 15th-place mark of 1:01.43 in the 100 backstroke and was their top swimmer in the 200 back, completing the race with a team and season best time of 2:10.08 ... Recorded the team's best 100 back time of the year (1:00.52) at the Toshiba Classic ... Was Pepperdine's No. 5 competitor in the 100 free, recording a 54.57 at the Malibu Invitational ... Posted a team and season best time of 11:89 in the 25 free at the PCSC Pentathlon and led all Waves with a 50 back mark of 28.81, which she recorded at both the Toshiba Classic and conference championships ... Also registered her season best of 4:49.95 in the 400 individual medley at Toshiba. JUNIOR/2008-09: PCSC Championship finalist in three events: 100 and 200 backstroke and 400 individual medley ... Established a personal record of 4:42.12 in the 400 IM at PCSCs, which was good for 11th place ... Finished 10th in the 200 back (2:07.99) at the conference championships and 10th in the 100 back (1:00.08) ... Recorded three other personal bests during the course of the regular season in the 500 freestyle (5:35.34), 50 breaststroke (35.41) and 100 IM (1:03.87) ... Placed second in both backstroke races against Cal State Northridge. SOPHOMORE/2007-08: Individually at the PCSC Championships, took third place in the 200 back (2:07.67), sixth place in the 100 back (1:00.39) and 21st place in the 200 IM (2:13.63) ... Achieved the fifth-fastest 200 back time in school history ... Finished first in the 200 back at the CSUN dual meet ... Set personal bests in the 50 back (28.49), 50 breast (35.61), 50 fly (27.86), 100 back (58.27) and 200 IM (2:13.63). BOSTON UNIVERSITY/2006-07: Swam for the Terriers as a freshman ... Part of the school-record breaking 400 medley relay team. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Graduated from Riverside Poly High School in 2006 ... A three-year letterwinner ... Did not swim as a senior ... A three-time scholar athlete ... Helped set the school record in the 200 free relay ... Swam club with Novaquatics and was part of the Junior National team. PERSONAL: Born in Orange, Calif. ... Daughter of Jim and Pam Chester ... Has one brother, Travis ... Majoring in sports medicine ... Chose Pepperdine because “I wanted to live close to home and live by the beach and I was interested in the sports medicine program.”

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Dani Kimmel

Amy Nightingale

5-7, Graduate Breast/Free Chula Vista, Calif. (Eastlake HS/South Bay Aquatics) Liberal Arts

5-9, Senior Back/Fly Paradise, Calif. (Home Tech Charter/Paradise Piranhas) Economics

Top Times

24.11 (50 free) 1:04.57 (100 breast)

53.22 (100 free) 2:22.29 (200 breast)

SENIOR/2009-10: Left Pepperdine with its second fastest time in the 100 breaststroke (1:04.57) and the varsity record in the 200 medley relay (1:46.35) ... Posted a personal best of 26.74 in the 50 butterfly at the Malibu Invitational ... Recorded Pepperdine's fifth fastest season time in the 50 freestyle (24.51) and its third fastest mark in the 100 breast (1:07.12) at the Toshiba Classic ... Finished as the team's No. 3 swimmer in the 50 breast and its No. 2 in the 50 fly, recording times of 30.66 and 26.74 at the Malibu Invitational. JUNIOR/2008-09: Set the varsity record of 1:46.35 in the 200 medley relay, swimming the second leg at the PCSC Championships and was joined by Rachel Cotè, Francesca Cyphers and Haley Wilson ...Helped record the school's secondfastest time in the 200 freestyle relay, swimming the third leg for a squad that posted a PCSC Championship mark of 1:36.89 ... For her career, is listed on all five of the school's fastest 200 and 400 medley relay teams ... Posted three of the school's top-four fastest times in the 100 breaststroke, including a varsity record and second-place mark of 1:04.57 at the PCSC Championships ... Registered three of the school's top-four times in the 200 breast, including a season best and sixthplace time of 2:22.79 at the UC Irvine Shootout ... PCSC Championship finalist in three events: 50 free, 100 and 200 breast ... Placed fifth in the 50 free with a personal record time of 24.11 ... Runner-up in the 100 breast and placed fourth in the 200 breast at 2:22.97 ... Collected 18 top-three showings through 10 events ... Never finished lower than fourth place in the 100 breast ... Won six events, including the PCSCs Sprint/Individual Medley Pentathlon ... Posted a total of six personal records: 50 free (24.11), 100 free (53.22), 50 backstroke (29.38), 100 breast (1:04.57), 200 IM (2:14.81) and 400 IM (5:03.84). SOPHOMORE/2007-08: Individually at the PCSC Championships, took second place in the 100 breast (1:05.24), fourth place in the 200 breast (2:23.88) and ninth place in the 50 free (24.26) ... Set the school record in the 100 breast and had Pepperdine’s third-fastest time ever in the 200 breast ... Also at the PCSC meet, was part of the second-place 400 free relay team (3:30.59), the third-place 400 medley relay team (3:54.92), the fourth-place 200 medley relay team (1:50.08) and the fourth-place 200 free relay team (1:37.80) ... Was the short-medley pentathlon winner at the PCSC Pentathlon. FRESHMAN/2006-07: Individually at the PCSC Championships, took second place in the 200 breast (2:22.29), second place in the 100 breast (1:05.82) and eighth place in the 50 free (24.59) ... Set the school record in the 200 breast ... Also at the PCSC meet, was part of the second-place 400 medley relay team (schoolrecord 3:51.92), the third-place 200 medley relay team (1:47.13), the fourth-place 400 free relay team (3:32.93) and the seventh-place 200 free relay team (1:38.49) ... Won the 50 and 100 breast at the Malibu Invitational ... Won the short pentathlon at the LMU Pentathlon. HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Eastlake High School in 2006 ... Four-year letterwinner ... A three-time All-American, twice in the 100 breaststroke and once in the 50-yard freestyle ... Claimed the San Diego CIF Division I championship in the 100 breast in 2004 and 2005 ... Named the Metro League Conference’s Female Swimmer of the Year in 2003, 2005 and 2006 ... Served as captain for three years in both swimming and water polo ... A four-time All-Metro League first team selection in water polo ... Named to the CIF All-Academic first team in 2005 ... Swam club with South Bay Aquatics. PERSONAL: Born in Coronado, Calif. ... Daughter of Rich and Cathy Kimmel ... Has three sisters: Jacquie, Sami and MacKenzie ... Majoring in liberal arts with a minor in Spanish ... Chose Pepperdine because of “the swimming team, the beautiful campus and the great facilities.” 12

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Top Times 25.26 (50 free) 1:02.54 (100 back) 58.61 (100 fly)

55.03 (100 free) 2:11.50 (200 back)

SENIOR/2009-10: Left Pepperdine sharing the second fastest times in program history in the 200 (1:46.68) and 400 medley relays (3:51.92) ... Finished 20th in the 100 backstroke at the PCSC Championships with a time of 1:02.70 ... Recorded the team's fourth fastest time this season in the 100 butterfly (1:01.40) at the CSUN Dual ... Competed in all sprint freestyle events from the 50 through 200 ... Clocked the team's fifth fastest mark in the 50 backstroke (29.49), its fourth best in the 50 fly ( 27.41) and its No. 2 mark in the 100 IM (1:05.74), which she posted at the PCSC Pentathlon ... Swam on Pepperdine's 400 free and medley relays. JUNIOR/2008-09: Competed in eight individual races through two meets: the UC Irvine Shootout and Malibu Invitational ... Season bests included a 1:06.37 in the 100 backstroke and a 1:01.46 in the 100 butterfly. SOPHOMORE/2007-08: Took 10th place in the 100 fly (59.41), 15th place in the 200 back (2:13.56) and 21st place in the 100 back (1:02.93) at the PCSC Championships ... Finished seventh in the long medley pentathlon at the PCSC Pentathlon ... Set personal bests in the 100 fly (58.61) and 100 IM (1:03.97). FRESHMAN/2006-07: Took 12th place in the 200 back (2:11.50), 19th place in the 100 fly (59.20) and 23rd place in the 200 fly (2:16.59) at the PCSC Championships ... Also at the PCSC meet, was part of the second-place 400 medley relay team (school-record 3:51.92), the third-place 200 medley relay team (1:47.13) and the seventh-place 200 free relay team (1:38.49) ... Placed fourth in the long pentathlon at the LMU Pentathlon. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Graduated from the Home Tech Charter School, located in Paradise, Calif., in 2006 ... Swam three years on the varsity for Paradise High School ... Earned all-section first team honors all four years ... Swam club for the Paradise Piranhas. PERSONAL: Born in Paradise, Calif. ... Daughter of Brant and Susan Nightingale ... Has three sisters, Jennifer, Mary and Katie ... Majoring in economics ... Chose Pepperdine for “the location, academics and Coach Nick Rodionoff.” FAVORITES: Ian Crocker (pro athlete) ... That 70s Show (TV Show) ... Hobbies include hanging out at rivers, lakes and the ocean.

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2009-10 SEASON CAPSULE

2009-10 Results Date 10/10 10/24 11/6

Event PCSC Pentathlon Malibu Invitational

Location at Fresno, Calif. Malibu, Calif.

Cal Poly Shootout Cal Poly at San Luis Obispo, Calif. Cal State Northridge Cal Lutheran

L, 46-94 W, 76-62 W, 117.5-20.5

11/7

Cal Poly at San Luis Obispo, Calif. Cal State Northridge Cal Lutheran

L, 32-81 W, 63-48 W, 102-10

11/19-21 12/12-13 1/16 1/30 2/10-13

Toshiba Classic Finis Collegiate Invitational Cal State Northridge PCSC Time Trials PCSC Championships

at Long Beach, Calif. at Long Beach, Calif. Malibu, Calif. Malibu, Calif. at Long Beach, Calif.

2009-10 Top-Five Season Bests 50 FREE :24.10®* :24.23 :24.27®* :24.40®* :24.51

Kayleen Hicks Kayleen Hicks Rachel Dekar Sarah Burris Dani Kimmel

PCSCs Malibu Invitational PCSCs PCSCs Toshiba Classic

100 FREE :53.51* :53.55 :53.57®* :54.30 :54.57

Kayleen Hicks Shannon Adkins Madison Krall Sarah Burris Ali Chester

Malibu Invitational Malibu Invitational PCSCs PCSCs Malibu Invitational

200 FREE 1:54.92®* 1:55.60®* 1:56.66 1:57.80 1:57.91 500 FREE 5:05.11 5:09.93 5:14.01 5:17.78* 5:27.99

Madison Krall PCSCs Shannon Adkins PCSCs Madison Krall Malibu Invitational Shannon Adkins Malibu Invitational Brianna Blanchard PCSCs Madison Krall Shannon Adkins Brianna Blanchard Jillian McGrath Andrea Kacynski

PCSCs Toshiba Classic PCSCs PCSCs Toshiba Classic

1000 FREE 10:34.36(s) Madison Krall PCSCs 10:51.66 Brianna Blanchard PCSCs 11:20.20 Andrea Kacynski CSUN Dual 11:49.02 Marissa McDaniel CSUN Dual 1650 FREE 17:29.99 Madison Krall PCSCs 17:57.06* Brianna Blanchard PCSCs 18:43.56 Andrea Kacynski PCSC Time Trials 100 BACK 1:00.52 Ali Chester Toshiba Classic 1:00.68 Shannon Adkins Toshiba Classic 1:01.81* Sarah Burris PCSCs 1:02.54 Amy Nightingale PCSCs 1:02.43 Jillian McGrath PCSCs

200 BACK 2:10.08 2:10.75 2:16.34* 2:17.73 2:19.40 100 BREAST 1:04.47V* 1:05.00® 1:07.12® 1:10.08* 1:14.36 00 BREAST 2 2:21.05V* 2:21.31* 2:34.92 2:41.17

18th, 109 pts. 11th, 175 pts. W, 154-108 No Team Scoring 4th, 827.5 pts.

Ali Chester PCSCs Shannon Adkins Malibu Invitational Madison Krall PCSC Time Trials Jillian McGrath PCSCs Andrea Kacynski Toshiba Classic Kayleen Hicks Rachel Dekar Dani Kimmel Madison Krall Jo Perry

Malibu Invitational PCSCs Toshiba Classic PCSC Time Trials Finis Invitational

Rachel Dekar Kayleen Hicks Jo Perry Samantha Jacobi

PCSCs Malibu Invitational Toshiba Classic Malibu Invitational

100 FLY :57.86® Francesca Cyphers PCSCs :59.94* Madison Krall Malibu Invitational 1:01.29 Rachel Dekar PCSC Time Trials 1:01.40 Amy Nightingale CSUN Dual 1:04.19 Martha Murphy PCSCs 200 FLY 2:09.74 Madison Krall Toshiba Classic 2:16.04 Francesca Cyphers PCSCs 2:25.60 Jessell Owens Toshiba Classic 2:27.84 Martha Murphy Cal Poly 200 IM 2:09.24 Rachel Dekar PCSCs 2:11.39 Madison Krall Malibu Invitational 2:13.36* Kayleen Hicks Finis Invitational 2:16.76 Francesca Cyphers PCSCs 2:18.44 Shannon Adkins Finis Invitational 400 IM 4:33.60* Madison Krall PCSCs 4:44.35 Shannon Adkins PCSCs 4:46.81 Jo Perry Toshiba Classic 4:49.95 Ali Chester Toshiba Classic 4:57.30 Andrea Kacynski PCSCs

KEY

*Personal Best Time - ®Relay Split - (s) Split - (V) Varsity Record 13

Results 2nd No Team Scoring

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2009-2010 TOTALS

00 FREE RELAY 2 1:37.74 Chester, Burris PCSCs Dekar, Hicks 1:38.26 Kimmel, Burris Toshiba Classic Dekar, Hicks 1:38.64 Kimmel, Burris Malibu Invitational Chester, Hicks 1:41.91 Dekar, Krall Malibu Invitational Adkins, McGrath 1:43.33 Burris, Krall Cal Poly Dekar, Chester 400 FREE RELAY 3:35.22 Burris, Adkins PCSCs Krall, Hicks 3:41.81 Chester, Burris Toshiba Classic Adkins, Hicks 3:42.11 Adkins, Burris CSUN Dual Chester, Krall 3:49.24 Burris, Blanchard Cal Poly Perry, Chester 3:53.51 Blanchard, Cyphers CSUN Dual McGrath, Nightingale 800 FREE RELAY 7:47.51 Blanchard, Burris PCSCs Adkins, Krall 8:06.07 Krall, Blanchard Toshiba Classic Burris, Adkins 200 MEDLEY RELAY 1:48.20 Chester, Dekar PCSCs Cyphers, Hicks 1:48.58 Chester, Dekar Toshiba Classic Cyphers, Kimmel 1:52.71 Adkins, Dekar Cal Poly Cyphers, Hicks 1:52.94 Dekar, Hicks CSUN Dual Cyphers, Kimmel 2:00.55 McGrath, Perry Cal Poly Murphy, Vrablik 400 MEDLEY RELAY 3:57.60 Adkins, Dekar PCSCs Cyphers, Hicks 3:57.99 Adkins, Dekar Toshiba Classic Cyphers, Hicks 4:04.87 Adkins, Dekar Finis Invitational Cyphers, Hicks 4:07.41 Adkins, Dekar Cal Poly Cyphers, Hicks 4:11.68 McGrath, Kimmel Finis Invitational Krall, Burris 1 METER DIVING – 6 dives 241.10 Tiffany Martz 237.35 Elle Wade 230.10 Jenna Tenwolde 209.40 Kristin Scribner 169.55 Klaire Korver

Cal Poly Cal Poly PCSCs Cal Poly PCSCs

3 METER DIVING – 6 dives 245.05 Jenna Tenwolde 240.60 Tiffany Martz 221.20 Kristin Scribner 206.05 Elle Wade 180.00 Klaire Korver

Cal Poly PCSCs Cal Poly Cal Poly PCSC Time Trials

Two Varsity Records ... 35 Personal Bests ... Endless Season Bests

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ALL-TIME DUAL MEET RESULTS

1985-86 (Tim Elson) Record: 5-8 11/9 Pomona-Pitzer 11/16 Cal State Northridge 12/6 Loyola Marymount 1/4 Air Force 1/4 Oregon 1/25 Pomona-Pitzer 1/25 UC Riverside 1/31 UC Santa Barbara 2/8 Loyola Marymount 2/14 Occidental 2/15 Long Beach State 2/28 UC San Diego 2/28 San Diego

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1986-87 (Tim Elson) Record: 3-10 11/8 Pomona-Pitzer 11/15 Long Beach State 11/22 Northern Arizona 1/3 Oregon State 1/9 San Diego 1/9 Nevada 1/9 Northern Arizona 1/10 UC Santa Barbara 1/16 Claremont-Mudd 1/22 Cal State Los Angeles 1/23 Fresno State 2/14 Occidental 2/15 UC San Diego

PCSC Finish: Fourth H L 120-144 A L 74-123 A L 64-88 H L 119-134 A W 116-108 N W 120-111 N L 91-152 H L 56-127 H W 126-103 H L 101-125 H L 109-130 H L 111-145 H L 96-147

L L W L L L W L W W L L W

37-105 28-92 89-11 40-93 47-77 31-79 66-36 32-80 61-31 57-54 45-58 40-72 53-51

1987-88 (Tim Elson) Record: 12-4 PCSC Finish: Third 11/14 Pomona-Pitzer H W 149-101 11/21 Claremont-Mudd A W 144-115 12/5 Long Beach State H L 99-142 1/2 Oregon State H W 127-120 1/7 Maine H L 89-123 1/15 UC San Diego A W 107-78 1/15 Mills College N W 138-25 1/15 Cal St. San Bernardino N W 135-12 1/21 Fresno State A W 141-106 1/23 Cal State Los Angeles H W 70-9 1/23 Loyola Marymount H W 74-7 1/29 USC A L 87-176 2/6 San Diego H W 197-61 2/6 Loyola Marymount H W 147-102 2/13 Cal State Northridge H L 65-135 2/13 Occidental H W 134-71 1988-89 (Tim Elson) Record: 7-6 11/11 Cal State Northridge 11/12 Pomona-Pitzer 11/19 Long Beach State 11/19 UC Irvine 1/6 Cal State Los Angeles 1/6 UC Riverside 1/14 Loyola Marymount 1/27 Claremont-Mudd 1/27 USC 2/3 Fresno State 2/4 Loyola Marymount 2/11 UC San Diego 2/11 San Diego

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PCSC Finish: Second H L 117-147 H W 174-86 A L 104-193 N L 142-152 A W 90-37 N W forfeit H W 173-36 H W 152-125 H L 98-151 A L 119-152 A W 140-46 A L 126-167 N W 189-106

1989-90 (Tim Elson) Record: 7-7 PCSC Finish: Third 10/28 UC Irvine A L 132-168 11/11 Cal State Northridge H L 76-185 11/11 UC San Diego H L 72-189 11/17 Long Beach State H L 52-210 11/17 UCLA H L 54-215 1/20 Loyola Marymount H W 193-48 1/20 Pomona-Pitzer H W 181-116 1/26 USC A L 39-100 1/26 Claremont-Mudd N W 179-94 1/27 Cal St. San Bernardino H W 171-46 1/27 San Diego H W 140-119 2/2 Cal State Bakersfield H W 165-70 2/2 Fresno State H L 73-185 2/10 Loyola Marymount H W 74-17 1990-91 (Tim Elson) Record: 9-7 PCSC Finish: Sixth 11/10 Pomona-Pitzer H W 163-127 11/17 Cal St. San Bernardino H W 185-32 11/17 UC Irvine H W 169-125 12/1 Fresno State A L 53-205 1/11 Loyola Marymount H W 79-6 1/11 Cal State Northridge H L 79-180 1/18 Cal State Los Angeles H W forfeit 1/18 San Jose State H W 183-75 1/19 UC San Diego A L 54-79 1/19 San Diego N L 58-75 1/27 UCLA A L 74-188 2/2 Cal State Bakersfield H W 163-95 2/2 Loyola Marymount H W 219-19 2/8 Claremont-Mudd H W 176-80 2/8 USC H L 93-172 2/9 Long Beach State A L 63-180 1991-92 (Tim Elson) Record: 8-5 PCSC Finish: Seventh 11/8 USC A L 91-163 11/16 Cal State Northridge H L 114-182 11/16 UC San Diego H L 124-152 11/23 Cal St. San Bernardino H W 176-80 1/10 UC Irvine A L 118-180 1/17 Fresno State H L 96-168 1/18 Loyola Marymount H W 197-82 1/18 San Diego H W 162-146 1/25 Pomona-Pitzer A W 175-118 1/31 Claremont-Mudd H W 169-88 1/31 Loyola Marymount H W 161-56 2/1 Loyola Marymount N W 124-9 2/1 San Diego A W 75-66 1992-93 (Tim Elson) Record: 8-7 10/31 USC 10/31 Fresno State 11/7 at San Diego 11/7 Cal State Northridge 11/14 Cal State Northridge 11/14 Nevada 1/16 Cal State Bakersfield 1/23 Claremont-Mudd 1/23 Loyola Marymount 1/29 UC Irvine 1/30 Claremont-Mudd 1/30 Pomona-Pitzer 2/6 Loyola Marymount 2/6 San Diego 2/12 Loyola Marymount

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PCSC Finish: Fifth L 40-85 L 41-93 L 140-159 L 117-180 L 142-144 L 64-170 L 121-175 W 109-21 W 108-12 W 180-112 W 197-92 W 198-130 W 225-27 W 162-136 W 156-53

1993-94 (Tim Elson) Record: 9-3 11/6 Loyola Marymount 11/6 San Diego 11/6 UC Irvine 11/13 Cal State Northridge 11/13 Nevada 11/20 Pomona-Pitzer 1/7 USC 1/14 Loyola Marymount 1/15 San Jose State 1/22 Fresno State 1/29 Cal State Northridge 1/29 San Diego

H H H H H A A A H H H H

PCSC Finish: Third W 129-7 W 127-11 W 98-42 W 191-99 L 107-187 W 163-78 L 121-154 W 146-51 W 140-66 L 97-154 W 169-123 W 121-90

1994-95 (Tim Elson) Record: 13-3 10/30 Fresno State 11/5 San Diego 11/5 San Diego State 11/12 Pomona-Pitzer 11/19 Cal State Northridge 11/19 San Diego State 1/13 USC 1/14 Cal State Bakersfield 1/14 Loyola Marymount 1/21 Nevada 1/21 San Jose State 1/27 Cal State Northridge 1/27 Loyola Marymount 1/28 San Diego 2/4 UC Irvine 2/4 Cal Poly

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PCSC Finish: Third L 83-168 W 176-117 W 151-102 W 158-73 W 158-86 W 174-98 L 37-79 W 48-47 W 74-20 L 93.5-191.5 W 179-98 W 131-64 W 164-59 W 161-108 W 94-46 W 84-53

1995-96 (Tim Elson) Record: 7-5 11/4 Fresno State 11/10 Cal State Bakersfield 11/18 Cal State Northridge 11/18 San Diego 1/9 San Jose State 1/9 UC Irvine 1/13 Loyola Marymount 1/20 Cal Poly 1/26 Cal State Northridge 1/26 Loyola Marymount 1/27 San Diego 1/27 San Diego State

H H H H H H A H H H A N

PCSC Finish: Sixth L 41-81 W 164-134 L 134-177 L 110-201 W 74-66 W 82-58 W 97-65 W 149-138 L 57.5-74.5 W 94-33 L 52-87 W 84-54

1996-97 (Tim Elson) Record: 9-3 11/3 Fresno State 11/9 San Jose State 11/15 Cal State Bakersfield 11/16 Pomona-Pitzer 11/16 San Diego State 11/23 Cal State Northridge 11/23 San Diego 1/11 Loyola Marymount 1/18 Cal State Northridge 1/18 Loyola Marymount 1/25 San Diego 2/1 Cal Poly

A A A H H H H A A N A H

PCSC Finish: Third L 133.5-160.5 W 162.5-134.5 W 159-140 W 184-114 W 190-97 W 195-116 L 135-178 W 62-32 W 90-47 W 120-27 L 111-172 W 153-147

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1997-98 (Tim Elson) Record: 10-3 11/1 Fresno State 11/1 Pomona Pitzer 11/8 San Diego State 11/14 Cal Poly 11/22 Cal State Northridge 11/22 San Diego 1/9 San Jose State 1/9 UC Irvine 1/16 Cal State Northridge 1/17 Cal State Bakersfield 1/23 Cal Poly 1/23 Loyola Marymount 1/24 San Diego

PCSC Finish: Third H L 102-194 H W 208-80 A W 177-98 A W 164-129 H W 183-82 H L 127.5-186.5 H W 177-121 H W 172-126 A W 133-97 H W 176-126 H W 189-108 H W 182-78 A L 112-183

1998-99 (Tim Elson) Record: 11-3 10/30 Pomona-Pitzer 11/8 Fresno State 11/8 California 11/13 Loyola Marymount 11/13 San Diego State 11/14 San Diego 11/21 Cal State Northridge 11/21 Cal Poly 1/6 Loyola Marymount 1/9 Cal State Bakersfield 1/16 Cal State Northridge 1/16 UC Irvine 1/23 San Jose State 1/29 Cal Poly

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1999-2000 (Tim Elson) Record: 8-6 10/29 Pomona-Pitzer 11/5 Cal State Northridge 11/6 Fresno State 11/12 Cal Poly 11/12 Loyola Marymount 11/13 San Diego 11/20 Cal State Northridge 1/9 Loyola Marymount 1/9 San Jose State 1/12 UC Irvine 1/15 Cal State Bakersfield 1/15 Cal Poly 1/27 San Diego State 1/27 Hawaii

PCSC Finish: Fourth A W 146-69 A W 126-112 H L 102-130 H W 154-88 H W 155-70 A L 91-115 H L 158-159 H W 155-70 H L 109-131 A W 134-96 A W 169-125 N W 164-98 A L 54-86 N L 28-110

2000-01 (Nick Rodionoff) Record: 5-8 11/4 Fresno State 11/4 Nevada 11/10 Cal State Northridge 11/11 Loyola Marymount 11/11 Fresno State 11/19 Cal Poly 1/13 Loyola Marymount 1/13 San Diego 1/15 Cal Poly 1/19 Cal State Northridge 1/20 Cal State Bakersfield 1/24 San Diego State 1/27 San Jose State

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PCSC Finish: Third W 181-108 L 102-199 L 117.5-180.5 W 205-70 W 166-130 L 127-167 W 162-154 W 272-92 W 118-75 W 144-86 W 154-83 W 160-75 W 140-96 W 130-106

2001-02 (Nick Rodionoff) Record: 4-4 11/9 Loyola Marymount 11/17 Cal Poly 1/7 Loyola Marymount 1/7 Nevada 1/12 San Diego 1/12 Loyola Marymount 1/19 Cal State Northridge 1/26 San Diego State

PCSC Finish: Third H W 170-75 H W 273-99 A W 54-45 N L 34-60 A L 57-83 N W 72-66 H L 117-181 H L 85-154

2002-03 (Nick Rodionoff) Record: 4-4 11/9 Loyola Marymount 11/16 Nevada 11/16 San Diego 11/23 Cal Poly 1/11 Loyola Marymount 1/11 San Diego 1/18 Cal State Northridge 1/25 San Diego State

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2003-04 (Nick Rodionoff) Record: 3-3 11/1 Loyola Marymount 11/1 Nevada 12/6 Cal Poly 1/17 Cal State Northridge 1/17 Loyola Marymount 1/24 San Diego State

PCSC Finish: Fourth H W 191-70 H L 122-177 H W 179-104 A L 140-158 N W 209.5-81.5 H L 104-196

2004-05 (Nick Rodionoff) Record: 1-3 1/14 Cal State Northridge 1/22 Cal Poly 1/28 Loyola Marymount 1/28 San Diego State

PCSC Finish: Fourth H L 136-158 H W 206-93 A L 68-137 N L 96-144

PCSC Finish: Fifth L 87-211 L 95-204 W 78-62 W 71-23 L 41-54 W 236-68 W 146-72 L 96-132 W 146-92 L 135-162 L 99-138 L 125-164 L 116-170

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PCSC Finish: Third W 220-63 L 42-97 L 66-74 W 172-70 W 211-82 L 128-166 W 170-130 L 112-182

2005-06 (Nick Rodionoff) Record: 1-2 1/19 Loyola Marymount 1/27 Cal Poly 1/27 San Diego State

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PCSC Finish: Third L 139-155 W 205-92 L 145-155

2006-07 (Nick Rodionoff) Record: 2-2 1/13 Cal State Northridge 1/20 Loyola Marymount 1/27 San Diego State 1/27 Cal Poly

H A H H

PCSC Finish: Third W 169-125 L 90-172 L 54-86 W 92-48

2007-08 (Nick Rodionoff) Record: 1-1 1/12 Cal State Northridge 1/26 Cal Poly

PCSC Finish: Second A W 184-76 A L 143-157

2008-09 (Nick Rodionoff) Record: 4-7 11/8 Idaho Cal Poly UC Irvine Hawai’i # 3 Stanford 11/9 UC Davis UNLV BYU # 3 Stanford Hawai’i 1/17 Cal State Northridge

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2009-10 (Nick Rodionoff) Record: 5-2 11/6 Cal Poly Cal State Northridge Cal Lutheran 11/7 Cal Poly Cal State Northridge Cal Lutheran 1/16 Cal State Northridge

PCSC Finish: Fourth A L 46-94 N W 76-62 N W 117.5-20.5 A L 32-81 N W 63-48 N W 102-10 H W 154-108

PCSC Finish: Third W 86-54 W 83-55 W 77-63 L 41-99 L 22-117 L 48-65 L 38-75 L 20-93 L 18-94 L 44-69 W 207-57

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Name Adarme, Lindsay Adkins, Shannon Alexander, Kathleen Anderson, Kari Andrews, Emily Antimarino, Jennifer Ashley, Rebekah

Years 2004, 05, 06, 07 2010 1987 1995 2002, 03, 04, 05 1993, 94, 95, 97 2002

Homerown Westminster, Calif. Granite Bay, Calif. Culver City, Calif. Conyers, Ga. Livermore, Calif. Long Beach, Calif. Rochester, Mass.

Baab, Candace Ball, Kimberly Barker, Michelle Bedell, Patty Beiser, Stephanie Bendy, Brina Berryman, Kristen Binger, Erika Black, Kacey Blanchard, Brianna Blankenship, Tatiana Bolger, Maura Bragg, Samantha Brakulis, Jessica Brehmer, Heather Brown, Tracy Brubaker, Aleah Burris, Sarah

1994, 95 1986 2000, 01, 02, 03 1994 1987, 88, 89, 90 2000, 01, 02, 03 1988, 89, 90, 91 1993, 94 2004, 05, 06 2007, 08, 09, 10 2006 2004 1996, 97, 98 2006, 07, 08, 09 2003, 04, 05, 06 1993, 94, 95 2006 2010

Littleton, Colo. San Diego, Calif. Dana Point, Calif. Martinez, Calif. Tucson, Ariz. Ventura, Calif. Orange, Calif. Polston, Mont. Fairfield, Calif. Agoura, Calif. Studio City, Calif. Brielle, N.J. Mission Viejo, Calif. Munster, Ind. Mundelein, Ill. San Mateo, Calif. River Forest, Ill. Virginia Beach, Va.

Carone, Catherine Carrauthers, Christine Charbonneau, Annick Chester, Ali Chick, Jeanie Chick, Julie Clemons, Andrea Cole, Dianne Collier, Mallorie Combs, Danielle Conine, Nicole Connell, Elizabeth Conway, Colleen Conway, Virginia Cook, Sarah Coté, Rachel Cottrell, Kim Cunningham, Shannon Curran, Julie Cutler, Lauren Cyphers, Francesca

1996, 97, 98, 99 1986, 87, 88, 89 1995 2008, 09, 10 1991 1991 1988 1986, 87 2005 2008 1996, 97 2000, 01 2004 1993, 94, 95, 96 2001 2009 1997, 98, 99 1987 1992, 93, 94 2009 2008, 09, 10

Mission Viejo, Calif. Ventura, Calif. Cap-Rouge, Quebec Riverside, Calif. Santa Monica, Calif. Santa Monica, Calif. Morgan Hill, Calif. Fairbanks, Alaska Bakersfield, Calif. Diamond Bar, Calif. Mission Viejo, Calif. Providence, R.I. Saddle River, N.J. Porterville, Calif. Manchester, Mass. Honolulu, Hawai’i Los Altos Hills, Calif. Fullerton, Calif. Littleton, Colo. Saratoga, Calif. Lake Oswego, Ore.

D’Antoni, Julie Davan, Monique Deaton, Christie Dekar, Rachel Delgado, Amanda Donovan, Kelly

1991, 92, 93 1986, 87, 88, 89 1986, 87, 88 2010 1997, 98, 99 2008, 09

Palo Alto, Calif. Westbrook, Maine Bellevue, Wash. Bloomfield Hills, Mich. Glendora, Calif. Bethany, Conn.

1992, 93 1993, 94, 95 1994, 96 1986 2003, 04, 05 1998, 99, 00

Oklahoma City, Okla. Dana Point, Calif. Merritt Island, Fla. Shelton, Wash. Tucson, Ariz. Del Mar, Calif.

2005, 07, 08, 09 1997, 98 1990, 91, 92, 93 1986 1994, 95, 96, 97 2001 2010

Irvine, Calif. Visalia, Calif. Woodland Hills, Calif. North Las Vegas, Nev. Houston, Texas Lake Oswego, Ore. Helena, Mont.

Eagleston, Jennifer Early, Becky Elkabani, Michelle Elkins, Marni Eroglu, Biricik Evans, Ashleigh Fadley, Michelle Farhang, Donya Fenno, Deanna Ferraro, Michelle Fisk, Beth Fister, Allison Formaz, Lauren 16

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Name Fox, Erica Freeman, Kym Fuller, Jenny

Years 1989 1986 1987, 88

Homerown Rolling Hills Est., Calif. Calabasas, Calif. San Jose, Calif.

Gettings, Elizabeth Gill, Laurie Gillesby, Erica Gillette, Kristie Glueck, Sharon Goodrich, Christen Goodrich, Marni Gorham, Kristen Gutierrez, Jennifer

2003, 04, 05 1994 1996 1989 1991 1994, 95, 96, 97 1995, 96, 97, 98 1987 1987, 88, 89

Sacramento, Calif. Bakersfield, Calif. Littleton, Colo. Concord, Calif. El Cajon, Calif. Roseville, Calif. Roseville, Calif. Paso Robles, Calif. San Antonio, Texas

Haack, Angela Haight, Celia Hakim, Katie Hammond, Stephanie Hand, Stacey Haugo, Michelle Hedman, Shannon Hennessey, Jen Henry, Jennifer Herlihy, Siobhan Hevener, Andrea Hevert, Elizabeth Hicks, Kayleen Hohman, Suzan Hollo, Elizabeth Hovsepian, Laina

1993, 94 1999, 00, 01, 02 2006, 07, 08 2001, 02, 03, 04 1987, 88, 89, 90 1988 2008, 09 2008 1996, 97 1998, 99, 00, 01 1988, 90 2004, 05 2008, 09, 10 1986 2002, 03, 04, 05 1998, 99, 00

Walnut Creek, Calif. Salem, Ore. Hong Kong La Jolla, Calif. Fullerton, Calif. Northfield, Minn. Fair Oaks, Calif. Scottsdale, Ariz. Bozeman, Mont. R. S. Margarita, Calif. Porterville, Calif. Boca Raton, Fla. Chico, Calif. Dallas, Texas Bay Village, Ohio Rancho Mirage, Calif.

Jacobi, Samantha Johnson, Ashley Johnson, Kris

2009, 10 1997, 98, 99, 00 1995, 96, 97

Aurora, Ill. Portland, Ore. Gilcrest, Colo.

Kacynski, Andrea Kallman, Sara Kartic, Kim Kawazu, Tanya Keenan, Jill Keithly, Ericka Keithly, Inga Kelley, Kim Kelly, Margaret Kelly, Megan Kenehan, Bridget Kent, Alison Keough, Jasmine Kephart, Erin Kephart, Robin Kimmel, Danielle Kishino, Katherine Kissee, Jamie Kissee, Jill Korver, Klaire Krall, Madison Kress, Elizabeth Krueger, Lauren Krusen, Lindsey

2010 2006, 07, 08, 09 1991 1989, 90, 91 1988, 89, 90, 91 1994, 95 1992, 93, 94, 95 2001, 02, 03 1986 2003, 04, 05 1986, 87, 88, 89 1986 2004 2005 2005 2007, 08, 09, 10 2004 2006 2004, 06 2010 2009, 10 2007 2003, 04 2002, 03, 04

Superior, Colo. Franklin Lakes, N.J. Seattle, Wash. Chico, Calif. Richardson, Texas Poway, Calif. Poway, Calif. Campbell, Calif. Avon Lake, Ohio Orinda, Calif. Colorado Springs, Colo. Boulder, Colo. Mission Viejo, Calif. Hershey, Pa. Hershey, Pa. Chula Vista, Calif. Riverside, Calif. Lake Forest, Calif. Lake Forest, Calif. Redwood City, Calif. Pueblo, Colo. San Francisco, Calif. Scottsdale, Ariz. Prairie Village, Kan.

Lane, Maggie Lawrence, Cindi Lee, Mary Lehman, Amy Lemmen, Ketrina Lennard, Adrienne Lepicovsky, Marketa Lewis, Kristina Lineback, Janna Linert, Lisa

2002, 03, 04 1987 1994 1999, 00, 01, 02 2003, 04, 05, 06 1998, 99, 00, 01 1992 1990, 91, 92, 93 2003, 04, 05 1986

Westerville, Ohio Corvallis, Ore. Chesterfield, Mo. Riverside, Calif. San Antonio, Texas Amarillo, Texas Westlake, Ohio Yorba Linda, Calif. Scottsdale, Ariz. Phoenix, Ariz.

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ALL-TIME ROSTER

Name Longuevan, Brooke Loyd, Alyson Lydin, Michelle Lyon, Jaime

Years 2009 2009 2001, 03, 04 2005, 06, 07, 08

Homerown Salt Lake City, Utah Orange, Calif. Highlands Ranch, Colo. Mead, Wash.

Name Rockholm, Lauri Rogers, Juli Rose, Betsy Rowley, Carol

Years 1997, 98, 99, 00 1986 1992, 94, 95 1992, 93, 94, 95

Homerown Placerville, Calif. Atherton, Calif. Pasadena, Calif. Marietta, Ga.

Mababa, Irene Mababa, Melanie MacDonald, Emily MacKenzie, Margaret Mantel, Mary Mark, Loriann Martz, Tiffany Maxwell, Jennifer Mazzei, Celia McAnear, Deborah McCarthy, Mia McCary, Kristen McCormick, Melissa McDaniel, Marissa McElwain, Kirsti McGrath, Jillian McLaughlin, Jaime McLeod, Alison McWhorter, Kathleen Meagher, Lauren Melton, Meghan Miedler, Abigail Miller, DeAnn Moisi, Gia Montgomery, Laura Montgomery, Tara Morris, Celee Morris, Krista Murphy, Martha

1996, 97, 98 1993, 95, 96 1990, 91, 92, 93 1989, 90, 91, 92 2000, 01, 02 2006, 07, 08 2008, 09, 10 1994, 95, 96, 97 1997, 98, 99, 00 1986 1991 1988, 89, 90, 91 1992, 93 2007, 08, 09, 10 1998 2007, 09, 10 1997, 98, 99, 00 2006, 07, 08 1995, 96, 97, 98 2006, 07, 08, 09 2001, 02, 03, 04 1989, 90 2001, 02 1988, 89 1986 1991 1992, 93 1994 2009, 10

Carson, Calif. Carson, Calif. San Jose, Calif. Rochester, Minn. Murrieta, Calif. Malibu, Calif. Folsom, Calif. Coto de Caza, Calif. Bakersfield, Calif. Gresham, Ore. Toledo, Ohio Greeley, Colo. San Luis Obispo, Calif. Oak Harbor, Wash. Santa Cruz, Calif. Ventura, Calif. Sun Valley, Idaho Austin, Texas Lubbock, Texas Eagan, Minn. The Woodlands, Texas Maumee, Ohio McMinnville, Ore. Visalia, Calif. Fair Oaks, Calif. San Luis Obispo, Calif. Amarillo, Texas Issaquah, Wash. Lakewood, Colo.

Salisbury, Kelsey Salvatore, Denise Sanderson, Sally Scheer, Kim Schindler, Erin Schmidt, Melissa Schmitt, Dawn Schroeder, Ashleigh Schultz, Megan Schumacher, Devyn Scribner, Kristin Shanks, Christie Sharp, Emily Sheehy, Laura Sheeley, Jenna Skora, Katharine Smith, Marissa Smithson, Tricia Stockham, Sara Stoliar, Adria Sullivan, Patricia Sutter, Kirsten

2006 1991, 92 1986 1992 2002, 03 2007, 08, 09, 10 1990, 91, 92, 93 1997, 98, 99 2004 2004, 05, 06, 07 2009, 10 2002, 03, 04, 05 2004, 06, 07 1986 2008, 09 2005, 06, 07, 08 2007 2001 1999, 00, 01 2009 2009 1990, 91

Bellingham, Wash. Verona, N.J. Dallas, Texas Escondido, Calif. Saratoga, Calif. San Diego, Calif. San Diego, Calif. Long Beach, Calif. San Ramon, Calif. Dana Point, Calif. Bonney Lake, Wash. Kingwood, Texas Lafayette, Calif. Orange, Calif. Honolulu, Hawaii San Clemente, Calif. Franklin, Tenn. Renton, Wash. Murray, Utah Malibu, Calif. Darien, Conn. Lodi, Calif.

Naeger, Patti Nelson, September Newman, Jennifer Nguyen, Anne Nightingale, Amy Nitti, Anna Norgren, Lisa

1987, 88, 89, 90 1991 1996, 97, 98 1992 2007, 08, 09, 10 1987, 88, 89, 90 1992

Walnut Creek, Calif. Vancouver, Wash. Napa, Calif. Milton, Pa. Paradise, Calif. Glendale, Calif. Sumner, Wash.

Tay, Khoon Ying Tenwolde, Jenna Thomforde, Tanya Tkach, Jeanne Towers, Sarah Traub, Shauna Travis, Stephanie Trufasu, Andreea Tungland, Erika Turner, Jenna

1986, 87 2010 2008, 09 1988, 89, 90 2007 1991, 92 2005 1998, 99, 00, 01 2005 2004

Sampurna, Singapore Laguna Niguel, Calif. Northfield, Minn. La Mirada, Calif. Jacksonville, Fla. Golden, Colo. San Clemente, Calif. Bucharest, Romania Phoenix, Ariz. Malibu, Calif.

Ullman, Karrie Unbewust, Jessica

1993 1999, 00, 01, 02

Valencia, Calif. Aurora, Colo.

O’Connell, Maggie Okuna, Nicole Oleksyn, Monica Orange, Samantha Owens, Jessell

1996, 97, 98 2003, 04, 05, 06 1998, 99, 00, 01 2002, 03, 04, 05 2008, 09, 10

Castle Rock, Colo. Hilo, Hawaii Valencia, Calif. Williamsburg, Va. Winnemucca, Nev.

Velarde, Lauren Viets, Hillary Vladic, Sara Votaw, Courtney Vrablik, Gina

2003, 04, 05, 06 1999, 00, 01, 02 1998, 99 1995, 96, 97 2010

Albuquerque, N.M. Shorewood, Wisc. Poway, Calif. Woodlands, Texas Chicago, Ill.

Paasch, Noel Panzica, Paula Pate, Jessica Pazuk, Kathy Peebles, Sheila Perry, Joanne Peterson, Kari Peterson, Kristin Phipps, Jennifer Pilie, Angele Pirozzi, Shannon Pond, Amanda Powell, Tiassa Prince, Stephanie

2004 1986 2007 1989 1986 2009, 10 1989, 90, 91, 92 1991, 92 1991, 92 1990, 91 2006 2006, 07, 08, 09 1987 2000, 01, 02, 03

Thousand Oaks, Calif. Hayward, Calif. Duluth, Ga. Marblehead, Mass. Denver, Colo. Charlotte, N.C. Seattle, Wash. Seattle, Wash. Edmond, Okla. New Orleans, La. Malibu, Calif. Wayland, Mass. Nairobi, Kenya Boise, Idaho

Wade, Leslie Wallace, Traci Wargo, Michelle Warren, Gina Weber, Merideth Whiting, Heather White, Robin-Lindsay Wild, Evy Williams, Nicole Williams, Rachel Wilson, Haley Wolfe, Danielle

2009, 10 1986 2006, 07 2003, 04, 05, 06 1986, 87 1989 2008, 09, 10 1992, 93, 94, 95 1997, 98, 99, 00 2008 2006, 07, 08, 09 1989

Atlanta, Ga. Tacoma, Wash. La Habra, Calif. Sacramento, Calif. Portland, Ore. Wausau, Wis. Jacksonville, Fla. Valencia, Calif. San Diego, Calif. Las Vegas, Nev. Carpinteria, Calif. Baytown, Texas

2007, 08 2000

Auburn, Calif. Gresham, Ore.

Ranch, Lealani Reddick, Allison Reed, Jeryll Richens, Karen Roan, Marian Robertson, Tracy

1991 2001, 02, 03, 04 1988, 89, 90, 91 1986, 87 2003, 04, 05 1989, 90, 91, 92

Los Angeles, Calif. Sherwood, Ore. Kingsburg, Calif. San Diego, Calif. Los Gatos, Calif. S.J. Capistrano, Calif.

2003, 05, 06 1996, 97

Sacramento, Calif. Tucson, Ariz.

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Yarnell, Chelsea Yates, Rebecca Zink, Chelsea Zorilla, Natalie

Pepperdine waves SWIMMING & DIVING

PCSC COACH OF THE YEAR 2002 2009

Nick Rodionoff Nick Rodionoff

PCSC SWIMMER OF THE YEAR 1998 1999 2008

Andreea Trufasu Andreea Trufasu Alison McLeod

PCSC DIVER OF THE YEAR 1989 1992 2002 2009

Bridget Kenehan Deanna Fenno Michelle Barker Amanda Pond

PCSC CHAMPIONS 1988 1989 1992 1993 1995 1996 1998 2000 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Kristen Berryman (1650 free) Chris Carrauthers (50 free) Chris Carrauthers (100 free) Chris Carrauthers (100 fly) Bridget Kenehan (1-meter) Bridget Kenehan (3-meter) Bridget Kenehan (1-meter) Bridget Kenehan (3-meter) Deanna Fenno (3-meter) Jennifer Antimarino (500 free) Jennifer Antimarino (1650 free) Evy Wild (200 free) Ericka Keithly (200 back) Cathy Carone (100 back) Andreea Trufasu (50 free) Andreea Trufasu (100 free) Andreea Trufasu (50 free) Andreea Trufasu (100 free) Alison McLeod (100 fly) Alison McLeod (200 IM) Alison McLeod (100 fly) Amanda Pond (3-meter) Tiffany Martz (1-meter) Rachel Coté (100 back) Tiffany Martz (3-meter)

NCAA QUALIFIERS 1986 1989 1992 2002 2004 2005 2007 2008

Bridget Kenehan (diving) Bridget Kenehan (diving) Deanna Fenno (diving) Michelle Barker (diving) Lindsay (Stephens) Adarme (diving) Lindsay (Stephens) Adarme (diving) Alison McLeod (100 fly) Alison McLeod (100 fly)

PEPPERDINE SCHOLARATHLETE OF THE YEAR 1990 1994

Stephanie Beiser Evy Wild

50 FREE

HONORS & RECORDS

Andreea Trufasu............................1998.......................... 23.50 Evy Wild.......................................1994.......................... 23.74 Cathy Carone................................1999.......................... 23.82 Chris Carruthers............................1988.......................... 23.91 Andreea Trufasu............................2000.......................... 23.92

200 BREAST

Rachel Dekar.................................2010....................... 2:21.05 Kayleen Hicks...............................2010....................... 2:21.31 Kayleen Hicks...............................2010....................... 2:22.03 Kayleen Hicks...............................2010....................... 2:22.09 Rachel Dekar.................................2010....................... 2:22.17

100 FREE

50 BACK

200 FREE

100 BACK

500 FREE

200 BACK

1000 FREE

200 FREE RELAY

1650 FREE

400 FREE RELAY

100 FLY

800 FREE RELAY

200 FLY

200 MEDLEY RELAY

200 IM

400 MEDLEY RELAY

Andreea Trufasu............................2000.......................... 51.29 Cathy Carone................................1999.......................... 51.75 Evy Wild.......................................1998.......................... 51.85 Ketrina Lemmen...........................2005.......................... 52.39 Ketrina Lemmen...........................2005.......................... 52.46 Evy Wild.......................................1993....................... 1:52.60 Andreea Trufasu............................1999....................... 1:52.71 Jennifer Antimarino......................1997....................... 1:53.30 Andreea Trufasu............................2000....................... 1:53.36 Ketrina Lemmen...........................2006....................... 1:53.49 Jennifer Antimarino......................1993....................... 4:59.40 Madison Krall...............................2009....................... 5:01.22 Adrienne Lennard.........................1999....................... 5:02.79 Loriann Mark................................2008....................... 5:02.92 Madison Krall...............................2009....................... 5:04.91 Jennifer Antimarino......................1993..................... 10:19.92 Madison Krall...............................2009..................... 10:26.65 Loriann Mark................................2008..................... 10:30.75 Maura Bolger................................2004..................... 10:33.91 Madison Krall...............................2010..................... 10:34.36 Jennifer Antimarino......................1997..................... 17:12.96 Madison Krall...............................2009..................... 17:14.15 Madison Krall...............................2010..................... 17:29.99 Kristen Berryman..........................1988..................... 17:41.00 Loriann Mark................................2008..................... 17:42.84 Alison McLeod.............................2008.......................... 54.70 Alison McLeod.............................2007.......................... 55.04 Alison McLeod.............................2007.......................... 55.26 Alison McLeod.............................2006.......................... 56.06 Alison McLeod.............................2007.......................... 56.19 Lindsey Krusen.............................2003....................... 2:07.07 Abigail Meidler.............................1989....................... 2:07.39 Maura Bolger................................2004....................... 2:07.49 Lindsey Krusen.............................2003....................... 2:07.68 Nicole Okuna................................2003....................... 2:07.73 Alison McLeod.............................2007....................... 2:06.52 Alison McLeod.............................2007....................... 2:06.54 Ericka Keithly...............................1995....................... 2:07.08 Alison McLeod.............................2007....................... 2:07.32 Alison McLeod.............................2006....................... 2:07.45

Alison McLeod.............................2007.......................... 26.20 Alison McLeod.............................2007.......................... 26.24 Rachel Coté...................................2009.......................... 26.36 Alison McLeod.............................2007.......................... 26.41 Alison McLeod.............................2007.......................... 26.61 Alison McLeod.............................2006.......................... 56.24 Alison McLeod.............................2007.......................... 56.55 Rachel Coté...................................2009.......................... 56.61 Alison McLeod.............................2007.......................... 56.62 Rachel Coté...................................2009.......................... 56.84 Ericka Keithly...............................1995....................... 2:04.38 Cathy Carone................................1996....................... 2:04.94 Rachel Coté...................................2009....................... 2:05.22 Rachel Coté...................................2009....................... 2:05.88 Rachel Coté...................................2009....................... 2:06.45 Carone, Lehman, Lennard, Trufasu................ 1999......1:36.52 Hicks, Wilson, Kimmel, Coté......................... 2009......1:36.89 Carone, McWhorter, Lennard, Trufasu........... 1998......1:36.97 Unbewust, Lehman, Lennard, Trufasu............ 2000......1:37.38 Lemmen, Wilson, Brehmer, McLeod.............. 2006......1:37.46 Carone, Lehman, Lennard, Trufasu................ 1999......3:29.21 Lemmen, Wilson, Brehmer, McLeod.............. 2006......3:30.02 Carone, Lehman, Lennard, Trufasu................ 1998......3:30.21 Unbewust, Lehman, Lennard, Trufasu............ 2000......3:30.52 Mark, Wilson, McLeod, Kimmel.................... 2008......3:30.59 Carone, Lehman, Lennard, Trufasu................ 1999......7:38.91 Lemmen, Wilson, Skora, McLeod.................. 2006......7:39.32 Carone, Herlihy, Lennard, Trufasu................. 1998......7:39.66 Kelly, Krusen, Lemmen, Melton..................... 2003......7:43.00 Herlihy, Lehman, Lennard, Trufasu................ 2000......7:43.58 Coté, Kimmel, Cyphers, Wilson..................... 2009..... 1:46.35 McLeod, Kimmel, Nightingale, Wilson.......... 2007......1:46.68 Coté, Kimmel, Cyphers, Wilson..................... 2009..... 1:47.03 McLeod, Kimmel, Nightingale, Wilson.......... 2007......1:47.08 McLeod, Kimmel, Nightingale, Wilson.......... 2007......1:47.13 Coté, Hicks, Cyphers, Wilson......................... 2009..... 3:46.40 McLeod, Kimmel, Nightingale, Wilson.......... 2007......3:51.92 McLeod, Kimmel, Nightingale, Wilson.......... 2007......3:53.63 Coté, Kimmel, Cyphers, Wilson..................... 2009..... 3:53.84 Coté, Kimmel, Cyphers, Wilson..................... 2009..... 3:53.91

400 IM

Alison McLeod.............................2008....................... 4:28.17 Madison Krall...............................2010....................... 4:33.60 Erika Keithly.................................1995....................... 4:34.00 Lindsey Krusen.............................2003....................... 4:34.64 Madison Krall...............................2009....................... 4:34.75

100 BREAST

Kayleen Hicks...............................2010....................... 1:04.47 Dani Kimmel.................................2009....................... 1:04.57 Rachel Dekar.................................2010....................... 1:05.01 Rachel Dekar.................................2010....................... 1:05.05 Rachel Dekar.................................2010....................... 1:05.11

2007 PCSC Championships 400 Medley Relay: Alison McLeod, Haley Wilson, Amy Nightingale & Dani Kimmel 18

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THIS IS

“What we hope to build is much more than a beautiful campus. It will, as you can sense, be that. But if that is all we shall have accomplished, we shall have failed. What we hope to create here, in these hills, is a spirit of place. A place where minds will be opened, where lives will be changed, where lasting relationships will be formed.” — Seaver College Dedication, May 23, 1970

PEPPERDINE

• Malibu is located right alongside the Pacific Ocean, just about 30 miles northwest of downtown Los Angeles. Pepperdine’s picturesque campus is just a few hundred yards up the hill from Malibu Beach. The Malibu area, as well as all of Southern California, offers tremendous recreation, sporting and entertainment opportunities.

• Pepperdine’s motto is “Freely ye received, freely give” (Matt. 10:8).

• Pepperdine is an independent, medium-sized Christian institution committed to the highest standards of academic excellence and Christian values. • Approximately 8,000 students are enrolled in five colleges and schools, including Seaver College, the flagship undergraduate school of liberal arts and sciences. A bachelor’s degree is available in nearly 40 areas of study. • Pepperdine was ranked number 56 by the U.S. News and World Report’s list of America’s best colleges in 2009 (and is the only West Coast Conference school in the top 100). • Pepperdine was awarded the title of “Most Beautiful Campus” by the Princeton Review in 2005. • The student-to-faculty ratio is 13:1.

UNIVERSITY • Students and alumni consistently cite the quality, accessibility and caring nature of the faculty and staff as among Pepperdine’s major strengths. • There are 395 full-time teaching faculty, and 98% of full-time faculty have earned doctoral degrees. Students are provided with experiential opportunities, including research projects and internships so that their knowledge can be put to practice. • 75% of Pepperdine undergraduates receive some form of financial assistance. • Pepperdine University is respected both nationally and internationally. Students come to Pepperdine from all 50 states and more than 70 countries worldwide. Additionally, nearly 60% of Pepperdine’s undergraduate students study abroad at one point within one more than 20 international programs. • Pepperdine was recently voted as having the seventhbest study-abroad program in the nation by the Institute of International Education. Study-abroad programs include Heidelberg, Germany; London, England; Florence, Italy; Buenos Aires, Argentina; Lausanne, Switzerland; and Shanghai, China. • Among the 38 different majors offered, the top five at Seaver College are business administration, advertising, international studies, international business, psychology and political science. • The University was founded in 1937 by George Pepperdine, a Christian businessman who established the Western Auto Supply Company.

ATHLETIC

Pepperdine is classified as an NCAA Division I-AAA school (Division I schools that do not sponsor football), and the Waves are one of the very best of their kind. Since the I-AAA Athletic Director’s Association All-Sports Trophy was established, ranking the various schools on their postseason success, Pepperdine has finished in the top six every single time, including in first place twice (2004-05 and 2005-06). In the annual NACDA Director’s Cup standings, which measures overall postseason success, Pepperdine has finished first among all of its West Coast Conference rivals for 13 straight years.

Men’s Basketball

Jennifer Lacy

Over the years, the Pepperdine men’s basketball program has made 13 NCAA Tournament appearances, captured at least a share of 16 conference titles, won three West Coast Conference Tournament titles and sent dozens of players into professional basketball. Head coach Tom Asbury was one of the top coaches in the WCC’s history from 1989-94 and he has returned to Malibu to help the program thrive once again.

Baseball

The 1992 College World Series champions, Pepperdine baseball has recorded a remarkable 32 straight 30-win seasons. The Waves have advanced to the NCAA Championships 25 times, including five times under head coach Steve Rodriguez. Pepperdine has captured 17 regularseason WCC crowns and four WCC Championship Series titles. Twenty-nine alums have gone on to success in Major League Baseball. Dan Haren

Yakhouba Diawara

Women’s Basketball

With seven postseason appearances in the last 11 seasons, the Pepperdine women’s basketball team has developed into a consistent winner and a contender in the West Coast Conference. The Waves made their first-ever NCAA Tournament appearance in 2000 with an at-large bid, then captured the WCC Tournament title and subsequent NCAA appearances in 2002, 2003 and 2006, the most recent coming under head coach Julie Rousseau.

Cross Country / Track

Head coach Robert Radnoti has the goal of national prominence for his cross country and track programs. The Waves were extremely strong in these sports at their SouthCentral campus from the 1930s to the 1960s, with All-Americans and Olympians to their credit. However, the programs were dropped briefly when the university moved its campus to Malibu. The Waves have made great strides in cross country over the years and track was added again in the past few years.

Women’s Soccer

One of the youngest programs on Pepperdine’s campus, the women’s soccer team has quickly developed into among the strongest in recent years. Since its inaugural season in 1993, the Waves have posted 10-win seasons 10 times and made the NCAA Tournament five straight years from 2001-05. Head coach Tim Ward has helped his Waves reach the NCAA’s Sweet 16 on two occasions.

Anna Picarelli

SUCCESS Men’s Volleyball

Pepperdine’s most successful program has won five NCAA men’s volleyball championships, second-most of any school, with the last title coming in 2005. The program is synonymous with head coach Marv Dunphy, who was responsible for four of the titles and has also had a long association with USA Volleyball. Pepperdine has made the NCAA Championships event on 15 occasions, including six times in the past decade.

Jonathan Winder

Men’s Golf

The 1997 NCAA men’s golf champions and a regular at the top of the West Coast Conference’s leaderboard, Pepperdine competes with the nation’s best. The Waves have won 16 WCC titles since 1987 and have 11 straight NCAA regional appearances. Pepperdine won the NCAA title in John Geiberger’s first season and have posted two other top 10 national finishes.

Michael Putnam

Women’s Volleyball

Andre Begemann

For most of its history, the Pepperdine women’s volleyball program has boasted one of the nation’s top coaches in Nina Matthies, who took over in 1983. Since the West Coast Conference added women’s volleyball, the Waves have been the league’s dominant program with 10 titles. Since 1981, the Waves have made 20 trips to the NCAA Championships, including 11 in the last 12 years.

Men’s Tennis

No team has been more consistent then Pepperdine’s men’s tennis program, which wins the West Coast Conference title and makes the NCAA Tournament with amazing regularity. The Waves have won 40 WCC titles, including 19 in a row. Led by head coach Adam Steinberg, the Waves reached the pinnacle in 2006 and won the national championship.

Jesse Smith

Men’s Water Polo

Pepperdine was the host site of the 1984 Olympic water polo competition, so it should be no surprise that the Waves excel in the sport. Pepperdine has advanced to the NCAA Championships 12 times in its history and captured the national crown in 1997. Current coach Jack Kocur was a player on that title team. The Waves have won at least a share of conference titles nine times and have finished in the top 10 in the national rankings every year since 1976.

Katie Wilkins

Women’s Golf

In the last 16 seasons since Laurie Gibbs became head coach, the Pepperdine women’s golf program has developed into a national championship contender. The Waves have won 11 WCC titles, been to 11 straight NCAA Regional tournaments and have made nine NCAA Championships appearances. The Waves finished second in the nation in 2003 and boast four top-five finishes.

Katherine Hull

Sylvia Kosakowski

Women’s Tennis

No coach has been on staff at Pepperdine for more consecutive years than Gualberto Escudero, who took over as women’s tennis head coach in 1977-78. His tenure has featured WCC titles (21, including seven in a row), NCAA Tournament appearances (26, with 12 in a row) and top 25 finishes (including eight times in the nation’s top 10). Lindsay Adarme

Women’s Swimming & Diving

For more than 20 years, Pepperdine has thrived in the Pacific Collegiate Swimming & Diving Conference. The Waves have had nine consecutive topfive finishes under head coach Nick Rodionoff, including a program-best-tying secondplace finish in 2008. Ten of Pepperdine’s 20 record times have come under Rodionoff’s watch.

CHAMPIONS

NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP TEAMS

1978 1985 1986 1992 1992 1997 1997 2005 2006

MEN’S VOLLEYBALL MEN’S VOLLEYBALL MEN’S VOLLEYBALL MEN’S VOLLEYBALL BASEBALL MEN’S GOLF MEN’S WATER POLO MEN’S VOLLEYBALL MEN’S TENNIS

The fact that Pepperdine has won NCAA championships in five different men’s sports is a rare feat, as the Waves are one of only 14 schools to accomplish this. Making it even more noteworthy is that Pepperdine is the only non-BCS school and is by far the smallest. Following are the 14 schools with their enrollment figures. Arizona State (63,278) California (33,000) Indiana (38,247) Michigan (38,006) Michigan State (45,520) Minnesota (50,042) Ohio State (50,504) Oklahoma State (32,721) Penn State (42,294) Pepperdine (8,000) Stanford (14,890) UCLA (36,890) USC (33,000) Wisconsin (41,466) Additional national championships have been won by the now-defunct football squad (1947 small college), men’s tennis (1952 NAIA), Jerome Jones and Kelly Jones (1984 NCAA Tennis Doubles Tournament), Carlos DiLaura and Kelly Jones (1985 NCAA Tennis Doubles Tournament) and Robbie Weiss (1988 NCAA Tennis Singles Tournament).

CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS BASEBALL (17 WCC regular season): 1974, ‘75, ‘76, ‘84, ‘85, ‘86 (co), ‘87, ‘88, ‘89, ‘91, ‘92, ‘93, ‘95, 2001, ‘04, ‘05, ‘06 (co); (4 WCC Championship Series): 2001, ‘04, ‘05, ‘06 MEN’S BASKETBALL (12 WCC regular season): 1962, ‘76, ‘81 (co), ‘82, ‘83, ‘85, ‘86, ‘91, ‘92, ‘93, 2000, ‘02 (co); (3 WCC Tournaments): 1991, ‘92, ‘94; (4 CCAA Regular Season): 1950, ‘51, ‘52, ‘53 WOMEN’S BASKETBALL (4 WCC regular season): 1999 (co), 2000, ‘02, ‘03; (3 WCC Tournaments): 2002, ‘03, ‘06 MEN’S GOLF (16 WCC titles): 1987, ‘89, ‘91, ‘92, ‘94, ‘95, ‘96, ‘97, ‘99, 2000, ‘01, ‘02, ‘03, ‘04, ‘05, ‘07 WOMEN’S GOLF (11 WCC titles): 1998, ‘99, 2000, ‘02, ‘03, ‘04, ‘05, ‘06, ‘07, ‘08, ‘09 WOMEN’S SOCCER (1 WCC regular season): 2002 MEN’S TENNIS (40 WCC titles): 1958, ‘62, ‘63, ‘69, ‘70, ‘73, ‘74, ‘75, ‘76, ‘77, ‘78, ‘79, ‘80, ‘81, ‘82, ‘83, ‘84, ‘85, ‘86, ‘87, ‘88, ‘91, ‘92, ‘93, ‘94, ‘95, ‘96, ‘97, ‘98, ‘99, 2000, ‘01, ‘02, ‘03, ‘04, ‘05, ‘06, ‘07, ‘08, ‘09 WOMEN’S TENNIS (21 WCC titles): 1988, ‘89, ‘90, ‘91, ‘92, ‘93, ‘94, ‘95, ‘96, ‘97, ‘98, ‘99, 2000, ‘01, ‘03, ‘04, ‘05, ‘06, ‘07, ‘08, ‘09 MEN’S VOLLEYBALL (5 MPSF regular season): 2000, ‘02, ‘03, ‘05, ‘07; (4 MPSF Tournaments): 1998, 2002, ‘05, ‘08; (1 WIVA regular season): 1992; (3 SCIVA regular season): 1976 (co), ‘78 (co), ‘85 WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL (10 WCC regular season): 1985, ‘87, ‘88, ‘89, ‘90, ‘91, ‘99, 2001, ‘02, ‘03 MEN’S WATER POLO (2 MPSF regular season): 1997, 2002; (3 Big West regular season): ‘89 (co), ‘90 (co), ‘91 (co); (3 PCAA regular season): 1980, ‘84, ‘86; (1 PCAA Tournament): 1977

COMMUNITY

Pepperdine University’s goal is to “strengthen lives for purpose, service and leadership” and the Pepperdine Athletics Department is a strong believer in helping its student-athletes to meet this goal. The school’s athletic teams embrace the concept of volunteerism and service to the community. Teams are regularly taking on projects that will better the lives of others. Step Forward is an annual day held each fall that is devoted to community service, when more than a thousand Pepperdine students, staff, faculty and alumni will disperse throughout Southern California in order to lend a hand to those in need. Pepperdine’s athletic teams have been front and center as part of this event, as well as other service opportunities year-round.

LIFE SKILLS/SAAC The Pepperdine University Athletics Department is committed to a program of life skills that provides educational experiences and services in order to develop well-balanced life styles for student-athletes; to encourage growth in decision making, planning and fulfillment of career and life goals; and to enhance the quality of the student-athlete experience within the university setting. The program is required for every incoming freshman and transfer student-athlete. Nationally recognized speakers and a life skills class are part of the program. Topics are chosen to support the following commitment purpose statements: • Commitment to Academic Excellence — To support the academic progress of the student-athlete toward intellectual development and graduation. • Commitment to Athletics Excellence — To build philosophical foundations for the development of athletics programs that are broad-based, equitable and dedicated to the well-being of the student athlete.

• Commitment to Personal Development — To support the development of a well-balanced lifestyle for studentathletes, encouraging emotional well-being, personal growth and decision making skills. • Commitment to Service — To engage the studentathlete in service to his/her campus and surrounding communities. • Commitment to Career Development — To encourage the student-athlete to develop and pursue career and life goals. The Student Athletic Advisory Committee (SAAC) is comprised of two student leaders from each athletic team at Pepperdine. National SAACs at a glance: • Generate a student-athlete voice within the NCAA structure. • Solicit student-athlete response to proposed NCAA legislation. • Recommend potential NCAA legislation. • Review, react and comment to the governance structure on legislation, activities and subjects of interest. • Actively participate in the administrative process of athletics programs and the NCAA. • Promote a positive student-athlete image.

ATHLETIC FIRESTONE FIELDHOUSE

RALEIGH RUNNELS MEMORIAL POOL

RALPHSSTRAUS TENNIS CENTER

FACILITIES EDDY D. FIELD STADIUM

TARI FRAHM ROKUS FIELD

STOTSENBERG TRACK

WEIGHT ROOM

TRAINING ROOM

ATHLETICS DEPARTMENT PEPPERDINE ATHLETICS PHILOSOPHY The Athletics Department supports and endorses the Pepperdine University Mission Statement. At Pepperdine University, student-athletes will be provided with opportunities to achieve goals as stated by the University founder, Mr. George Pepperdine. His original statement of purpose is still the guiding principle of the University: “Therefore, as my contribution to the wellbeing and happiness of this generation and those that follow, I am endowing this institution to help young men and women prepare themselves for a life of usefulness in this competitive world and to help them build a foundation of Christian character and faith which will survive the storms of life.” Intercollegiate student-athletes representing Pepperdine University will be bonafide students pursuing degree programs of their choice who enjoy the opportunity to develop their athletics abilities consistent with the high standards of academic scholarship, sportsmanship, leadership and institutional tradition.

ANDREW BENTON

DR. JOHN WATSON

DR. DON SHORES

SAM LAGANA

University President

Athletics Director

Further, it is recognized that the Pepperdine University Athletics Program: • is an integral part of a total university spectrum involving students, faculty, administrators, staff and patrons. • should develop character, maturity and a sense of fair play as well as athletics excellence. • should promote pride in the University among students, faculty, staff and community supporters. • should generate revenue to support, in part, all intercollegiate athletics teams representing the University. • should abide by the letter and spirit of the law requiring nondiscrimination on the basis of sex, race, creed or national origin. • must abide by all rules and regulations as set forth by the institution, the governing conferences and the National Collegiate Athletic Association.

Faculty Athletics Rep.

Associate Vice Chancellor

DR. STEVE POTTS

ROXANNE LEVENSON

PEPPERDINE ATHLETICS OBJECTIVES Among the objectives of the Pepperdine University Athletics program are the following: • to develop an awareness and understanding of the human person, including intellectual, physical, social and spiritual dimensions. • to encourage scholarship, leadership, sportsmanship, fair play and an appreciation of opponents and amateur athletics. • to develop teamwork, respect for authority and an appreciation of rules and regulations governing the game. • to develop an attitude of responsibility to society. • to develop an appreciation for the beauty of physical performance and aesthetic values. • to prepare students for meaningful and satisfying careers. • to help students gain understanding and respect for individuals from other backgrounds and cultures. • to encourage students to become involved in neighborhood and community service activities. • to field disciplined and competitive teams seeking superior athletic performance within established rules and ethical conduct. • to schedule appropriate competition for the athletes and teams. • to have the University’s Athletics Department recognized as an ethical leader and an example of excellence in management, performance and conduct. • to provide superior facilities for competition, training and teaching. • to seek continual improvement in the system of intercollegiate athletics by reducing pressures on coaches which might lead to improprieties. • to create a positive, enjoyable and fun home event experience for Pepperdine students, faculty, staff, alumni and fans.

PEPPERDINE UNIVERSITY ATHLETICS DEPARTMENT Athletics: (310) 506-4150 Tickets: (866) WAVE-TIX 24255 Pacific Coast Highway, Malibu, Calif., 90263 www.PepperdineSports.com

Sr. Associate Athletics Director

Associate Athletics Director

DAVID RHOADES

KARIN TAYLOR

Associate Athletics Director

Associate Athletics Director

CINDY DEL DOSSO

MARCUS BROWN

Associate Athletics Director

Assistant Athletics Director

WCC

When the West Coast Conference first got its start back in 1952, the founders really had only one goal in mind — to create a convenient way for five Bay Area schools to play basketball. What has grown from that original vision some 57 years ago is a marvelously cohesive athletics league that is competitive at a national level in 13 sports. The eight current members of the WCC span the western coast of the United States from Canada to Mexico. Though the institutions range from the pine forests of Eastern Washington to the sun-drenched beaches of Southern California, the combined excellence in academics and athletics sets the conference apart on the national scene and draws the individual institutions together in a common mission. The WCC sponsors championships in baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s cross country, men’s and women’s golf, women’s rowing, men’s and women’s soccer, men’s and women’s tennis and women’s volleyball. Originally chartered as the California Basketball Association, the five-team league included Pacific, Saint Mary’s, San Francisco, San Jose State and Santa Clara, and the firstever men’s basketball game was played January 2, 1953. After three seasons of play under that name, the conference expanded to include Loyola Marymount and Pepperdine in 1955, and became known as the West Coast Athletic Conference in 1956. The name was shortened in 1989. The current alignment of Gonzaga University, Loyola Marymount University, Pepperdine University, University of Portland, Saint Mary’s College, University of San Diego, University of San Francisco and Santa Clara University has remained unchanged since 1979, making the WCC the third-most stable athletic conference in the nation. Only the Ivy League and the Pacific-10 Conference have been together longer. Women’s sports were incorporated into the WCC prior to the 1985-86 season, and the league has made steady improvements in several sports, particularly basketball, soccer and volleyball. Since joining the WCC prior to the 1955-56 season, Pepperdine has claimed 129 WCC regular-season team championships in the following sports: baseball (17), men’s basketball (12), women’s basketball (4), men’s golf (16), women’s golf (11), women’s soccer (1), men’s tennis (40), women’s tennis (21) and women’s volleyball (10). Additionally, the men’s and women’s basketball team have each won the league’s postseason tournament three times. The baseball team has won the WCC Championship Series four times. The league relocated its headquarters in the summer of 1998 to San Bruno near the San Francisco International Airport. The WCC hired Jamie Zaninovich as its commissioner in March 2008.

MPSF

The Mountain Pacific Sports Federation was established during the 1992-93 academic year to serve the competitive needs of member institutions from the Big West, Pacific-10, Mountain West, Western Athletic and West Coast Conferences and other selected universities in the western United States; and to provide championship competition for Division I intercollegiate Olympic sports in a conference setting. The MPSF was originally formed to provide enhanced competition and championship opportunities for sports without conference affiliation; to contain the costs of competition; and to ensure the survival of sports impacted by Title IX and other fiscal pressures. The Federation has served as an incubator for emerging women’s sports and as a safe harbor for sports impacted by conference realignments. In men’s volleyball, the Waves have won five regular season and four tournament titles. Pepperdine competes against BYU, Cal State Northridge, Hawaii, Long Beach State, Pacific, Stanford, UC Irvine, UCLA, UC San Diego, UC Santa Barbara and USC. MPSF schools have won 14 of the 17 NCAA men’s volleyball championships since the conference was created (including one by Pepperdine). In men’s water polo, the Waves have won two regular-season crowns. Pepperdine competes against California, Long Beach State, Pacific, Stanford, UC Irvine, UCLA, UC Santa Barbara and USC. MPSF schools have won all 17 NCAA men’s water polo championships since the conference was created (including one by Pepperdine).

PCSC

Pepperdine has been a member of the Pacific Collegiate Swimming & Diving Conference for more than 20 years. The PCSC has allowed a number of swimming programs of all shape and size — NCAA Division I, II and III and the NAIA — who are not affiliated with a major conference to come together and participate at a championship meet. The Waves swim against AlaskaFairbanks, Biola, California Baptist, Cal State East Bay, Chapman, Concordia, Fresno Pacific, Loyola Marymount, Northern Colorado, Seattle, Soka, UC San Diego and UC Santa Cruz. Pepperdine has always been among the top programs in the PCSC and tied its best-ever finish with a second-place showing in 2008.

WAVE GREATS

ATHLETICS HALL OF FAME

Including the 2009 induction ceremony, the Pepperdine Athletics Hall of Fame is made up of 84 individuals, 12 teams and eight Special Achievement Award recipients, all of which constitute an impressive list of student-athletes, coaches and administrators who have made a significant mark on the history of the athletic program. 1980 Terry Bell, Football Bert Brewer, Cross Country/Track Roy Burleson, Cross Country/Track Nick Buzolich, Basketball/Tennis Hubert Derrick, Tennis Robert “Duck” Dowell, Basketball Al Duer, Basketball Pete Fogo, Basketball Sterling Forbes, Basketball Gail Hopkins, Baseball/Basketball Darwin Horn, Football/Baseball Bill Johnson, Track Bob Morris, Basketball Ron Pettigrew, Cross Country/Track Clark Rex, Baseball/Football Wixie Robinson, Football/Track John Scolinos, Baseball/Football Ray Sims, Baseball Gene Vollnogle, Football/Track Bob Warlick, Basketball 1981 William “Bird” Averitt, Basketball Jack Bighead, Football/Track Dayle Campbell, Baseball Harry Dinnel, Basketball Larry Dugan, Basketball Nancy Owen-Fortner, Volleyball Chuck Gibbon, Basketball/Football/ Baseball/Golf Dennis Johnson, Basketball Karen Logan, Basketball/Tennis Jay Roelen, Football Harry Skandera, Cross Country/Track 1982 Steve Ebey, Basketball Hugh Faulkner, Basketball Ed Hyduke, Football Gary Marks, Baseball Rob Picciolo, Baseball Jerome Walters, Track J. Eddie Weems, Track 1983 Joy Pace, Basketball Mike Scott, Baseball Dick Skophammer, Basketball Don Whitney, Track/Basketball 1984 Harry Jenkins, Baseball Mark Lee, Baseball Ollie Matson, Basketball Olaf Tegner, Administration Wayne Wright, Baseball/Golf/ Administration 1985 Craig Buck, Volleyball Terry Schroeder, Water Polo 1986 Warren Gaer, Football Robert “Bo” Williams, Football

1988 David Gorrie, Baseball 1989 Kim Bueltel, Basketball/Volleyball Brad Gilbert, Tennis Ted Kiapos, Football Robin White, Tennis Skip Willis, Baseball 1990 Dale Drager, Football Jack Drager, Football Elmer Noonan, Football 1996 Ricardo Brown, Basketball Linda Chisholm, Volleyball Gary Colson, Basketball Ted Dodd, Volleyball Allen Fox, Tennis Jim Hamilton, Football Pat Murphy, Baseball 1999 Andy Lopez, Baseball 2008 Dain Blanton, Volleyball Jim Brinton, Baseball John Furlong, Basketball Jason Gore, Golf Ginger Helgeson, Tennis George Roumain, Volleyball Nicole Sanderson, Volleyball Jeff Stork, Volleyball Robbie Weiss, Tennis 2009 Doug Christie, Basketball Geoffrey Clark, Water Polo Bob Ctvrtlik, Volleyball Katherine Hull, Golf Kelly Jones, Tennis John Rettberg, Basketball Rod Wilde, Volleyball TEAM HONOREES 1939 2-Mile Relay Team 1946 Football 1947 Football 1962 Men’s Basketball 1978 Men’s Volleyball 1979 Baseball 1985 Men’s Volleyball 1986 Men’s Volleyball 1992 Baseball 1992 Men’s Volleyball 1997 Men’s Golf 1997 Men’s Water Polo SPECIAL ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS 1980 ­Helen Pepperdine 1981 Eddy D. and Helen Field 1981 Hugh M. Tiner 1982 Leonard K. Firestone 1983 Howard A. White 1984 Charles B. Runnels 1999 Neal Scott

OLYMPIANS Since 1956, Pepperdine has developed a distinguished association with the Olympic Games, as more than 40 members of the university community have gone on to participate in the Olympics as either a player or a coach. Pepperdine athletes have won 17 medals (seven gold) as part of 12 different teams. Alvis Andrews USA Simon Aspelin Sweden Kevin Barnett USA Dain Blanton USA Roberto Borelli Brazil Terrezene Brown USA Craig Buck USA Vilma Charlton Jamaica Linda Chisholm USA Geoffrey Clark Australia Bob Ctvrtlik USA Carlos DiLaura Peru Marv Dunphy USA Martin Edwards Great Britain Brad Gilbert USA Brian Goorjian Australia Jennifer Gutierrez USA Kelly Jones USA David Kirkland — Martin Laurendeau Canada Marcos Leite Brazil Chip McCaw USA Pablo McNeil Jamaica Glenn Michibata Canada Agustin Moreno Mexico Merrill Moses USA Daniel Mulumba Uganda Nancy Owen USA Ryan Radmanovich Canada Peter Rohde Denmark Sean Rooney USA George Roumain USA Nicole Sanderson Australia Gary Sato USA Terry Schroeder USA Jesse Smith USA Tom Sorenson USA Jeff Stork USA Andrew Sznajder Canada Troy Tanner USA Greg Vernovage USA Jerome Walters USA Marilyn White USA Rod Wilde USA

1960 Track (alternate) 2008 (SILVER) Tennis 2000, 2004 Volleyball 2000 (GOLD), 2004 Beach Volleyball 1984 Water Polo 1964 Track 1984 (GOLD), 1988 (GOLD) Volleyball 1964, 1968, 1972 Track 1984 (SILVER) Volleyball 1988, 1992 Water Polo 1988 (GOLD), 1992 (BRONZE), 1996 Volleyball 1984 Tennis 1988 (GOLD) Head Coach Volleyball 1996 Consultant Coach Volleyball 2000 Assistant Coach Volleyball 2004 Consultant Coach Volleyball 2008 (GOLD) Consultant Coach Volleyball 1972 Swimming 1988 (BRONZE) Tennis 2004, 2008 Head Coach Basketball 2000 Triathlon 1984 Tennis 1964 Track 1988 Tennis 1972, 1980, 1984 Basketball 2000 Volleyball 1964 Track 1988 Tennis 1988 Tennis 2008 (SILVER) Water Polo 1984 Swimming 1964, 1968 Volleyball 2004, 2008 Baseball 1984, 1988 Swimming 2008 (GOLD) Volleyball 2000 Volleyball 2004 Beach Volleyball 1988 (GOLD) Assistant Coach Volleyball 1992 (BRONZE) Assistant Coach Volleyball 1984 (SILVER), 1988 (SILVER), 1992 Water Polo 2008 (SILVER) Head Coach Water Polo 2004, 2008 (SILVER) Water Polo 1996 Volleyball 1988 (GOLD), 1992 (BRONZE), 1996 Volleyball 1992 Tennis 1988 (GOLD) Volleyball 2008 (GOLD) Coach Beach Volleyball 2000 (GOLD) Coach Beach Volleyball 1956 Track 1964 Track 1984 Volleyball (alternate) 1996, 2000 Assistant Coach Volleyball


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