2002 SD Mines Volleyball Media Guide
South Dakota School of Mines Lady Hardrocker Volleyball Media Guide
SDSM&T 1 Hardrock Volleyball 2002 Building A Monumental Season The Arch, once part of one of the original SDSMAT Buildings, is now a major campus focal point. On the Internet... South Dakota Tech features a home page for athletics with rosters, statistics, news releases, and media guide information on all sports. www.sdsmt.edu/athletics SPTBCn campus profile... The South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, founded in 1885, has been a national leader in preparing world-class engineers and scientists. Our graduates design, construct, and operate modern technology to meet complex challenges such as global warming, health care delivery, energy resource development, mineral extraction and processing, environment quality, futuristic transportation, and national defense. Our alumni are held in the highest regard by their fellow leaders in industry, consulting, government, health, and education. Tech has diversified to meet the needs of engineering and science throughout the world. South Dakota Tech's intellectual environment was shaped a century ago by the ingenuity and rugged individualism of pioneers who provided the inspiration. Today Tech remains on the cutting edge in the fields of engineering and the sciences. Academic Program: SDSM&T is a state-assisted university providing graduate and undergraduate degrees in science, engineering, and interdisciplinary studies. Chemical Engineering Chemistry Civil Engineering Computer Engineering Computer Science BACHELOR OF SCIENCE DEGREES Electrical Engineering Mathematics Geological Engineering Mechanical Engineering Geology Metallurgical Engineering Industrial Engineering Mining Engineering Interdisciplinary Science Physics Atmospheric Sciences Chemistry Civil Engineering Computer Science Electrical Engineering MASTER OF SCIENCE DEGREES Geology and Geological Engineering Materials Engineering and Sciences Mechanical Engineering Paleontology Technology Management DOCTORATE OF PHILOSOPHY DEGREES Atmospheric, Environmental and Water Resources, Geology and Geological Engineering Materials Engineering and Sciences ENROLLMENT: The University has a diverse enrollment of approximately 2,400 students from nearly 30 states and 20 countries. Our 13 departments offer 30 degree programs in engineering and science disciplines at the baccalaureate, masters, and doctoral levels. Students enter the university with the highest ACT composite in the state and more than half graduating with top 25% of their high school class. COSTS AND FEES: Annual undergraduates costs for tuition, fees, room and board total less than $8,000 per year for residents of South Dakota, Alaska, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Minnesota, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, Utah, and Wyoming. Annual total costs for all other undergraduates is less than $11,000 per year. RESEARCH: High quality research is conducted in departments and in our research institutes. FACULTY: There are approximately 100 faculty with degrees from more than 150 institutions, eighty-five percent of which have earned doctoral degrees. president SDT6CI1 DR. RICHARD J. GOWEN is President of the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology. As an engineer, he has brought is experiences in industry, government, and education to guide the development of new approaches to enhancing the education experience for all students. He is an advocate for the use of Web technologies to provide fair and equal access to empower students to learn to the fullness of their individual potential. Dr. Gowen has provided leadership for the improvement of teaching and learning in schools and universities through the use of information technologies. He has guided the development of the High Priority Connection Network to deliver Internet individualized services for education and e-business. Dedicated to creating quality educational experiences for all students, he has supported the enhancement of mathematics and other core disciplines to prepare students for a lifetime of success. Dr. Gowen served as a commissioned member of the faculty of the United States Air Force Academy from 1962 to 1977. In addition to his academic responsibilities, he developed and directed a joint air force Academy-NASA Space MEdical Instrumentation Laboratory and served as a member of the Astronaut Medical Launch and Recovery program to conduct experiments and provide support for NASA's Apollo and Skylab programs. Dr. Gowen joined the South Dakota school of Mines and Technology in 1977 as the Vice President for academic Affairs. From 1984 to 1987 he served as the President of Dakota State University and provided leadership for the development of the university's new mission to provide computer information systems degrees in business and education. In 1987, he returned to the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology as it's fifteenth President. Dr. Gowen serves as a commissioner of the nation's Web-Based Education commission to provide recommendations to the President and Congress for the continual development of the web to enhance all levels of education. In 1984, Dr. Gowen served as the centennial President of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, the world's largest technical society. He served as the chairman of the board of Directors of the American Association of Engineering Societies in 1988. From 1995-1997, he served as President of the Triangle Coalition for Sciences and technology Education. HE is the 1998-2000 President of Eta Kappa Nu, the electrical Engineering Honor Society. He was a founding director of the ETA supercomputer Company. He serves on civic, educational and business boards of directors. He has received awards for this leadership to the engineering profession,m th the enhancement of education, and service to the community. Dr. Gowen received his bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from Rutgers University in 1957. He completed his graduate studies at Iowa State University, receiving the master's degree in 1961 and the Ph.D. degree in 1962. SDT6Cn volleyball coach. Phone: (605) 394-2605 Email: Kristy.Allgier@sdsmt.edu Kristy Allgier begins her second season as Head Volleyball Coach and Intramural Director at the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology. Before coming to Tech, Allgier was an assistant volleyball coach at National American University for two seasons and an assistant at Rapid City Central High School for four years. Allgier was a member of NAU's volleyball team and graduated in 1999 with a Bachelor's of Science degree in Sports Medicine. She is a native of Fridley, Minnesota, and attended Columbia Heights High School. Tech finished 24-11 overall last season and 9-4 (second place) in the DAC-10 Conference earning a third place finish. Kristy's husband Matt works for Morton Buildings in Rapid City. Dan Clegg Assistant Coach This will be Dan's first season as assistant coach with the Hardrockers. Dan came to Tech after a year as the assistant coach at National American University, who placed second at the NAIA national tournament that season. Prior to that, he was a coach and assistant at Rapid City Christian High School. Before retuning to his home town of Rapid City to attend the School of Mines, Dan spent two years attending Belmont University in Nashville, TN. While there he was active member of the volleyball community and also briefly played club volleyball. Dan is currently a student at Tech and also works full time for the O'Connor Company located in Rapid City. He is married and his wife, Sarah, teaches piano lessons for a local studio. . .._ ^ ^_ The Hardrocker Volleyball team looks to build on the success from last year when the team posted an overall record of 24-11 and a 9-4 DAC10 conference mark. Coach Kristy Allgier begins her second season as head coach with a strong returning nucleus and the addition of four newcomers that promise to make 2002 another exciting season. "This year we plan to raise our level of competition," said Allgier. "Our first goal is to make it to the regional tournament, which is one step further than we went last year. We have some great recruits coming in and I look forward to the season." Leading returnees include Megan Barnes, a junior outside hitter from Laramie, Wyoming, who was a DAC-10 All-Conference first team selection, and Molly Barnes, a senior setter from Laramie (no relation to Megan), was a DAC-10 All-Conference second team selection. Megan was third in the league in kills (4.37 pg), and fourth in digs (4.95 pg). Molly was second in the conference in serving percentage (98.1%) and fourth in assists (10.33 pg). Returning letterwinners include senior Jami Zilles at middle blocker (second in the league statistics in blocking at 1.39 pg), senior Cassie Keene (outside hitter/DS); juniors Steph Randall (defensive specialist), Keri Hansen (right side), Dani Fischer (defensive specialist), and Sarah Farber (outside hitter); and sophomore Danielle Arp (outside hitter). Newcomers include Amy Laurdisen, a 6-1 setter from Greeley, CO, and Jamie Graves, a 5-8 setter from Broomfield, CO. Both are freshmen ready to take control of the offense, according to Coach Allgier. Chelsea Neuman is a 6-1 right side transfer from Western Nebraska Community College, who will bring experience and drive to Tech's offense as a right side. Also joining the team is freshman Rebekah Cornelia, a 5-9 outside hitter from Sundance, WY. ockers SDlBCh volleyball schedule. SDSM&T 2002 VOLLEYBALL SCHEDULE Date August 23 August 24 August 30 August 31 September 4 September 6 Match Site @ Dickinson Tournament v. Montana Tech v. Carroll College @ Dickinson Tournament v.Jamestown v. Montana State @ Northwestern Tournament v. Concordia (NE) v. Northwestern @ Northwestern Tournament v. Morningside v. College of St. Mary Time 12:00 pm 2:00 pm 11:00 am 3:00 pm 2:30 pm 8:30 pm 11:00 am 3:00 pm 7:00 pm** September 18 September 21 September 25 @ Minot State @ St. Thomas Tournament v. St. Ambrose v. University of St. Thomas @ St. Thomas Tournament v. Concordia (Wl) v. University St. Thomas Dickinson State @ Concordia Tournament v. Valley City v. Northland @ Concordia Tournament v. Concordia (ND) v. St. Scholastica University of Mary @ Sheridan College @ Black Hills State October 5 October 9 October 11 October 12 October 18 October 19 October 23 October 25 October 26 October 30 @ National American University Black Hills State @ Mayville State @ Valley City State ÂŠJamestown @ University of Mary National American University Huron University Dakota State @ Dickinson State 7:00 pm 7:00 pm** 7:00 pm** 11:30 am** 7:00 pm** 3:00 pm** 7:00 pm 7:00 pm** 7:00 pm** 7:00 pm** September 7 September 11 September 13 September 14 1:00 pm 7:00 pm 9:00 am 7:00 pm** 4:00 pm 8:00 pm 11:00 am 1:00 pm 7:00 pm** 7:00 pm 7:00 pm** November 6 Minot State Nov. 9, 13, & 16 DAC-10 Playoffs Nov. 19, 22, & 23 Region III Playoffs 7:00 pm** TBA TBA December 4-7 TBA "DAC-10 Match NAIA National Playoffs ...volleyball roster SDlBCh Ht. Yr. Pos. Hometown Major 2* No. Name Stephanie Randall 5'5" Jr. S/DS Gillette, WY Civil Engineering 3* Keri Hansen 5'10" Jr. RS Philip, SD Industrial Engineering 4* Danielle Arp 57" So. OH Rapid City, SD Interdisciplinary Sci. 5 Rebekah Cornelia 5'9" Fr. RS/OH Sundance, WY Interdisciplinary Sci. 6 Jamie Graves 5'8" Fr. S Broomfield, CO Interdisciplinary Sci. 7* Leslie Weber 5'9" So. RS/MB Parkston, SD Forensic Science 8* Dani Fischer 57" So. DS Killdeer, ND Environmental Eng. 9* Cassie Keene 5'9" Sr. DS/OH Cedar Hill, TX Interdisciplinary Sci. 10 Chelsea Neuman 6'2" Jr. MB/RS Rawlins, WY Environmental Eng. 11* Megan Barnes 5'9" Jr. OH Laramie, WY Mechanical Eng. 12* Molly Barnes 5'5" Sr. S Laramie, WY Pre-Physical Law 13* Jami Zilles 5'10" Sr. MB Logan, UT IS/Business PR 6'0" Fr. S Greeley, CO IS/Business 5'10" So OH Glendive, MT Chemical Engineering 14 Amy Lauridsen 15* Sarah Farber 'Returning Letterwinners Stephanie Randall â€˘ 2 Junior Position: S/DS Height: 5'5" Hometown: Gillette, WY Major: Civil Engineering "Steph will continue to defend our back court with confidence." Keri Hansen - 3 Junior Position: RS Height: 5'10" Hometown: Philip, SD Major: Industrial Engineering "Has developed into a key player on our right side. She will help our offense and defense immensely" Danielle Arp - 4 Sophomore Position: OH Height: 57" Hometown: Rapid City, SD Major: Interdisciplinary Science "Danielle is very athletic. She is smart in the front row and quick in the back." Rebekah Cornelia - 5 Freshman Position: RS/OH Height: 5'9" Hometown: Sundance, WY Major: Interdisciplinary Sci. "An all around athlete. Bekah will contribute to the team in many ways." Jamie Graves - 6 Freshman Position: S Height: 5'8" Hometown: Broomfield, CO Major: Interdisciplinary Sci. "Will develop into a team leader and run our offense with confidence. She is quick to the ball and plays defense very well. Leslie Weber - 7 Sophomore Position: RS/MB Height: 5'9" Hometown: Parkston, SD Major: Forensic Science "She has become a versatile player. Not only will she help us with defense, but to give us another confident attacker." Dani Fischer - 8 Sophomore Position: DS Height: 57" Hometown: Killdeer, ND Major: Environmental Eng. "She gives us support off the bench. We can count on her to fill the back court when needed." 8 Cassie Keene â€˘ 9 Senior Position: DS/OH Height: 5'9" Hometown: Cedar Hill, TX Major: Interdisciplinary Sci. "A leader in the back court and a utility for the front. Cassie will be our seventh man on the court." Chelsea Neuman -10 Junior Position: MB/RS Height: 6'2" Hometown: Rawlins, WY Major: Environmental Eng. "Will give us experience from the JC level. She is a strong right side that will help us on offense. Megan Barnes-11 Junior Position: OH Height: 5'9" Hometown: Laramie, WY Major: Mechanical Eng. "Megan has improved in many ways that makes her a stronger and smarter player. We will continue to count on her as our Go-to-girl." 9 Molly Barnes-12 Senior Position: S Height: 5'5" Hometown: Laramie, WY Major: Pre-Physical Therapy "A captain and an All-Conference setter. She will control our offense and be a great mentor to our younger setters." Jami Zilles â€˘ 13 Senior Position: MB Height: 5'10" Hometown: Logan, UT Major: Interdisciplinary Science "A solid player all around. We will be depending on her for her defensive abilities and net play." Amy Lauridsen -14 Freshman Position: S Height: 6'0" Hometown: Greeley, CO Major: Interdisciplinary Sci./ Business "Will add a new dimension to our team. Her height and soft hands will contribute to our offense and defense greatly." 10 Sarah Farber-15 Sophomore Position: OH Height: 5'10" Hometown: Glendive, MT Major: Chemical Engineering "She gives us strength on the outside. A power hitter and strong blocker." 11 ...dac-10 opponents SPTBCn Black Hills State University Spearfish, SD President: Dr. Thomas Flickema Sports Info Director: Alan Carroll Athletic Director: Dave Little Head Coach: Jhett Albers Stadium: Donald E. Young Sports & Fitness Center (4,000) Nickname: Yellow Jackets Colors: Green & Yellow Last Year's Record (Overall: 15-17) (Conf 3-10) 2001 Result: (SDTech win 3-1) • (SDTech win 3-1) Dakota State University Madison, SD President: Dr. Jerald A. Tunheim Sports Info Director: Jess Casper Athletic Director: Dr. Thomas Gioglio Head Coach: Cindy Henning Stadium: Dakota State Fieldhouse (3,000) Nickname: Trojans Colors: Blue & Gold Last Year's Record (Overall: 11-14) (Conf 3-10) 2001 Result: (SDTech win 3-2) Dickinson State University Dickinson, ND President: Dr. Lee A. Vickers Head Coach: Dave Moody Athletic Director: Roger Terres Colors: Blue & Gray Nickname: Blue Hawks Last Year's Record (Overall: 28-5) (Conf 13-0) 2001 Result: (SDTech loss 3-0) • (SDTech loss 3-0) Huron University Huron, SD President: David O'Donnell Head Coach: Terri Holmes Athletic Director: Garney Henley Colors: Burgundy & Silver Nickname: Screaming Eagles Last Year's Record (Overall: 17-14) (Conf 5-8) 2001 Result: (SDTech loss 3-1) • (SDTech loss 3-0) Jamestown College Jamestown, ND President: Dr. Jerry Combee Athletic Director: Brad Huse Stadium: Hansen Center Nickname: Jimmies Last Year's Record (Overall: 19-13) (Conf 2001 Result: (SDTech loss 3-0) 12 Sports Info Director: Jim Zimmerman Head Coach: Chris Mahoney Colors: Orange & Black 9-4) Mayville State University Mayville, ND President: Dr. Ellen Chaffee Sports Info Director: Brian Larson Athletic Director: Stan Rettew Head Coach: Chris Rodgers Nickname: Comets Colors: Blue & White Last Year's Record (Overall: 24-7) (Conf 9-4) 2001 Result: (SDTech win 3-1) • (SDTech win 3-1) Minot State University Minot, ND President: H. Erik Shaar Sports Info Director: Sheila Green Athletic Director: Rick Hedberg Head Coach: Dana Fiedler Nickname: Beavers Colors: Red & Green Last Year's Record (Overall: 3-19) (Conf 3-10) 2001 Result: (SDTech win 3-0) University of Mary Bismarck, ND President: Sr. Thomas Welder Head Coach: Heidi Sunderland Athletic Director: Al Bortke Colors: Royal Blue & Orange Nickname: Marauders Last Year's Record (Overall: 11-19) (Conf 6-7) 2001 Result: (SDTech loss 3-2) • (SDTech win 3-0) Valley City State Valley City, ND President: Dr. Ellen Chaffee Sports Info Director: Cory Anderson Athletic Director: Don Baues Head Coach: Diane Burr Nickname: Vikings Colors: Cardinal & Blue Last Year's Record (Overall: 3-23) (Conf 1-12) 2001 Result: (SDTech win 3-1) • (SDTech win 3-1) 13 ...SDSM&T 2001 results Date August 24 & 25 August 28 August 30 September 4 September 11 September 14, 15, 16 September 18 September 21 &22 September 25 Match Site @ Dickinson Tournament 24- Montana Tech Carroll College 25- Bemidji State Rocky Mountain Minot State @ Chadron State @ Dickinstate State ©University of Mary ©Concordia Tournament 14- Northland College William Penn 15- Valley City State Concordia College Black Hills State University @ Sioux Falls Tournament 21- McPherson 22- Mayville St. Scholastica Huron Triangular (vs. NAD & Sheridan) NAU October 2 October 5 October 6 October 9 October 11 October 13 October 16 October 19 October 20 October 23 October 25 October 30 November 4 November 7 November 13 Sheridan @ Black Hills State University Valley City State Mayville State University of Mary @ NAU Jamestown College Chadron State @ Dakota State Uiversity ©Huron State Dickinson State © Dakota Wesleyan Triangular Dakota Wesleyan Mt. Marty © Minot State University DAC-10 Playoffs - University of Mary DAC-10 Playoffs at Jamestown NAIA Regional Tourn. at Jamestown Overall Record: 24-11 Result Record 2-2 3-2(1-0) 3-3 3-4(1-1) 3-5(1-2) W3-0 W3-0 W3-1 W3-1 W3-1 4-5 5-5 6-5 7-5 8-5 (2-2) W3-0 W3-1 W3-1 W3-1 9-5 10-5 11-5 12-5 L3-0 W3-1 W3-1 W3-1 W3-1 W3-0 L3-0 L3-0 L3-2 W3-2 W3-0 L3-0 12-6 13-6 14-6 (3-2) 15-6(4-2) 16-6(5-2) 17-6(6-2) 17-7(6-2) 17-8(6-3) 18-8(6-3) 19-8(7-3) 20-8 (8-3) 20-9 (8-4) W3-0 W3-0 W3-2 W3-2 L3-0 L-3-2 21-9(8-4) 22-9 (8-4) 23-9 (9-4) 24-9 (9-4) 24-10(9-4) 24-11 (9-4) DAC-10: 9-4 (3rd Place) 14 1-0 1-1 2-1 W3-0 L3-2 W3-2 LO-3 W3-0 L3-1 L3-0 L3-2 South Dakota School of Mines & Technology 501 East Saint Joseph Street Rapid City, SD 57701-3995 $ www.sdsmt.edu President: Dr. Richard Gowen • (605) 394-2411 Athletic Director: Hugh Welsh • (605) 394-2352 SID-Hardrock Club Director: Tom Rudebusch • (605) 394-2601 Football Coach: Darren Soucy • (605) 394-2604 Volleyball Coach: Kristy Allgier • (605) 394-2605 Men's Basketball Coach: Hugh Welsh • (605) 394-2352 Women's Basketball Coach: Barb Felderman • (605) 394-2602 Track & Cross Country Coach: Jerry Schafer • (605) 394-2603 Athletic Trainer: Shawn Mechling-AT,C • (605) 394-6870 Administrative Asst: Lori Hodgin • (605) 394-2351 Athletic Fax: (605) 394-3375 15 Lady Hardrockers 16 HARDROCK CLUB BOARD OF DIRECTORS President: Hugh Boyle V.P.: Lori Litzen Treasurer: Dr. Howard Peterson Lori Coble J.P. Duniphan Paul Elder Mitch Slusarski Executive Director: Tom Rudebusch The Hardrock Club was organized to support the athletic program at the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology. It is the central fund raising organization responsible for developing competitive, championship teams at Tech. All level of contributions provide you with a membership in the Hardrock Club and the satisfaction of providing educational and athletic opportunities for many student athletes. The value of a successful athletic program is immeasurable to the athletes, coaches, faculty, alumni, fans, and friends of SDSM&T and is the result of a 100% effort by everyone. We need to continue to build on the foundation established over the past 50 years by the Hardrock Club. But, to continue to build, our growth must be reflected both in the amount of contributions, as well as the number of contributors. ATHLETIC SCHOLARSHIPS... Membership in the Hardrock Club allows deserving students to attend South Dakota Tech. Athletic scholarships allow some of the best student-athletes in the region to attend one of the top engineering schools in the nation.