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Blue BlueHen HenFootball Volleyball Table of Contents Fightin’ Blue Hen Nickname .................................. 2 Quick Facts .............................................................. 3 2013 Roster / Team Photo .................................. 4 Delaware Administration ...................................... 5 Head Coach Bonnie Kenny .................................6-7

Table All-Americans of Contents The Fightin’ Blue Hens University of Delaware’s athletic teams have one of the most unique nicknames in all of college athletics – “The Fightin’ Blue Hens.” It is a name they carry with pride that stretches back over 200 years of history in the state of Delaware.

Associate Head Coach Cindy Gregory ................. 8 Assistant Coach Craig Boller................................. 9 Director of Operations Dana Griskowitz .......... 10 Strength & Conditioning Coach Brian Hess ....... 10 Athletic Trainer Courtney Butterworth ............. 11 Team Manager Carly Krajewski ......................... 11 Katie Hank .......................................................12-13 Kori Reigel .......................................................14-15 Chandler Bryant ..............................................16-17 Jill Meyers .......................................................18-19 Katie Hillman ...................................................20-21 Mackensie Olsen .............................................22-23 Ariel Shonk.......................................................24-25 Liz Brock ...........................................................26-27 Megan Blunden ..................................................... 28 Kali Funk ............................................................... 29 Taylor Hollingsworth ........................................... 30

The Blue Hen nickname has been continuously used by all University of Delaware intercollegiate teams since 1911. On December 9, 1775, the Continental Congress resolved that a military battalion was to be raised from the lower three counties along the Delaware River. Thus was born the Delaware Regiment, a group of eight companies representing New Castle, Kent and Sussex counties.

Although often referred to as “The Fighting Delawares,” Haslet’s regiment also won the sobriquet, “The Blue Hen Chickens,” which has become the nickname for all Delawareans. The name was formally adopted by the Delaware General Assembly in April, 1939 when the “Blue Hen Chicken” was named the official state bird. UD’s College of Agricultural Sciences maintains a breeding group of the Blue Hen Chicken on its campus farm. The UD mascot, YoUDee, made his debut in September 1993. YoUDee stands 6-foot, 8-inches tall with a 6-1 wing-span and size 28FF sneakers.

The second company was composed of men from Kent County and was under the command of Captain John Caldwell, an avid fan and owner of gamecocks. The militia often amused themselves by staging cock fights with these birds, which were of a breed known as the Kent County Blue Hen, famous for having some blue plumage.

Autumn Jenkins .................................................... 31 Erin Layne.............................................................. 32 Lauren Talley......................................................... 33 Community Service .........................................34-35 2012 Statistics ..................................................... 36 2012 Results ........................................................ 37 2012 CAA Standings & Stat Leaders ................ 38 2012 All-CAA Volleyball Teams ......................... 39 Colonial Athletic Association .............................. 40 2013 Blue Hen Opponents ............................41-43

The renown of these chickens spread rapidly during that time when cock fighting was a popular form of amusement, and the “Blue Hens’ Chickens” quickly developed a reputation for ferocity and fighting success. Capt. Caldwell’s company likewise acquired a considerable reputation for its own fighting prowess in engagements with the British at Long Island, White Plains, Trenton, and Princeton, and was soon known as “the Blue Hen Chicken” company.

All-Time Series Records....................................... 44 All-Time Records .............................................46-49 All-Time Honors.................................................... 50 All-Time Results ..............................................51-57

One version of the story states that Caldwell’s company rushed into battle screaming “We’re sons of the Blue Hen, and we’re game to the end!”

Yearly Records...................................................... 58 All-Time Letterwinners...................................59-60 Delaware Administration .................................... 61 University of Delaware ..................................62-63 Athletic Facilities .............................................64-65 Blue Hen Volleyball Alumni............................66-67 Blue Hens Off The Court ..................................... 68

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Captain Caldwell’s company was part of Col. John Haslet’s first Delaware regiment that formed near the outset of the Revolution in January, 1776, and in August, 1781, remnants of the regiment were still battling at Eutaw Springs, SC.

About This Guide The 2013 University of Delaware volleyball media guide was designed, written, and edited by Assistant Sports Information Director Kevin Tritt using Adobe InDesign CS3 on MacIntosh computers. Assistance by Cindy Gregory. Photos courtesy of Mark Campbell. AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY / AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER – The University of Delaware is committed to assuring equal opportunity to all persons and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, religion, ancestry, national origin, sexual orientation, veteran status, age, or disability in its educational programs, activities, admissions or employment practices as required by Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Sections 503 and 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Titles VI and VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Americans with Disabilities Act, Executive Orders 11246 and 11375 and other applicable statutes. Inquiries concerning Title IX, Section 503 and 504 compliance, Executive Order 11246 and information regarding campus accessibility and Title VI should be referred to the Affirmative Action Director, 305 Hullihen Hall, 302-831-2835, 302-831-4552 (TDD).

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Quick Facts Location ...............................................................................................Newark, Delaware 19716 Founded .............................................................................................................................. 1743 Enrollment ....................................................................................................................... 16,000 Nickname......................................................................................................... Fightin’ Blue Hens Official Mascot ...............................................................................................................YoUDee Colors............................................................................................................... Royal Blue & Gold Conference ........................................................................................ Colonial Athletic Association Affiliation............................................................................................................ NCAA Division I President ...................................................................................................... Dr. Patrick T. Harker NCAA Faculty Representative .............................................................Dr. Lynn Snyder-Mackler Director of Athletics & Recreation Services ............................................................Eric Ziady Deputy Director of Athletics & Recreation Services................................. Samantha K. Huge Senior Associate AD/Facilities, Operations and Capital Projects ......................Joe Shirley Senior Associate AD/Development ........................................................................... Tim Ford Associate AD/Operations................................................................Dr. Susan Groff Costa, Ed.D Associate AD/Financial Strategies and Athlete Performance........................Augie Maurelli Associate AD/Business Operations.................................................................... Scott Eatough Associate AD/External Relations.....................................................Stacey Bunting-Thompson Associate AD/Recreation Services......................................................................Jake Olkkola Associate AD/Compliance.......................................................................................Rick Stumpf Assistant AD/Marketing & Promotions ........................................................... Kristy Fletcher Assistant AD/Operations .......................................................................................Alicia Greco Assistant AD/Ticket Operations......................................................................... Trent Bartling Assistant AD/Sports Medicine Physician................................................ Dr. Andrew Reisman Assistant AD/Sports Medicine ..........................................................................................TBA Associate Head Athletic Trainers ........................................................Joan Couch, Dan Watson Assistant Athletic Trainers........................Courtney Butterworth (VB), Jon Boone, Kelly Stafford Director of Multimedia ..........................................................................................Jimmy Smith Assistant AD/Media Relations/Sports Information Director ..................... Scott Selheimer Assistant Sports Information Director (Volleyball Contact)................................. Contact)................................. Kevin Tritt Office Phone .......................................................................................................302-831-8715 Cell Phone ..........................................................................................................302-383-5005 Email ................................................................................................................. ktritt@udel.edu Assistant Sports Information Director ..............................................................Maggie Hayon Sports Information Assistant ........................................................................ Jessica Calderone Athletics Media Relations Phone ......................................................................302-831-2186 Athletics Media Relations Fax ..........................................................................302-831-7206 Internet Address ...........................................................................................www.bluehens.com Head Coach ....................................................................................Bonny Kenny (Tennessee ‘84) Record at Delaware.............................................................................. 209-137 (11 seasons) Career Record........................................................................................ 549-389 (29 seasons) Email Address .............................................................................................bjkenny@udel.edu Mailing Address ..................................................................................... Bob Carpenter Center 631 South College Avenue, Newark, DE 19716 Associate Head Coach....................................... Cindy Gregory (Missouri State ‘83), 12th season Assistant Coach................................................................... Craig Boller (Lewis ‘09), first season Director of Volleyball Operations .................... Dana Griskowitz (Delaware ‘11), second season Home Court....................................................................................Bob Carpenter Center (5,000) 2012 Record..............................................................................................16-14, 9-3 CAA (2nd) Postseason............................................................................................... CAA Tournament Finals Letterwinners Returning/Lost.......................................................................................... 7/5 Starters Returning/Lost .................................................................................................... 5/2 Newcomers .............................................................................................................................. 6 Captains.................................................................................................... Jill Meyers, Kori Reigel Conference Championships................................................................. 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011

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DR. PATRICK T. HARKER UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE PRESIDENT Patrick T. Harker became the 26th president of the University of Delaware in July 2007. Concurrent with his appointment as president, Dr. Harker is a professor of Business Administration in the Alfred Lerner College of Business and Economics and a professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering in UD’s College of Engineering. In May 2008, Dr. Harker unveiled a sweeping strategic plan, UD’s Path to Prominence, predicated on excellence in undergraduate, graduate and professional education, environmental leadership, global engagement and service to the community. He has established numerous research centers, as well as the Office of Economic Innovation and Partnerships, which stimulates invention and entrepreneurship and translates UD research into economy-driving technologies. To establish Delaware as a health sciences hub, UD has partnered with the region’s leading health care providers in the Delaware Health Sciences Alliance. In February 2000, Dr. Harker was appointed dean of the Wharton School and Reliance Professor of Management and Private Enterprise. He was a senior fellow at the Wharton Financial Institutions

ERIC ZIADY UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS & RECREATION SERVICES Eric Ziady begins his second year as Director of Intercollegiate Athletics and Recreation Services at the University of Delaware during the 2013-14 season. Ziady arrived at Delaware after spending the previous 14 years at Boston College - most recently as senior associate athletics director for business operations - and nine years before that at Northeastern University. He served as assistant director of athletics at Northeastern during his final four years in Brookline. At Boston College, Ziady was responsible for handling both the long-range fiscal and strategic planning for the department as well as the day-to-day administration of all business and financial operations. In addition, he handled football game scheduling and contract administration, as well as overseeing five of the men’s and women’s athletic programs (football, men’s and women’s golf, and men’s and women’s sailing). Ziady served as chair of both the ACC Women’s Golf Committee as well as the Conference’s Awards Committee. He has previously served on the ACC and Hockey East Finance Committees as well as on competition committees in both the America East (baseball) and Big East (golf) conferences. He has twice served on NCAA certification subcommittees for fiscal integrity, both at Northeastern and BC. A 1988 Providence College graduate, Ziady began his career at Northeastern as an assistant to the athletic director, handling compliance responsibilities, coordinating facility management and operations on game days, and assisting in marketing efforts. In 1991, he was appointed athletic business manager and was responsible for all of the department’s fiscal activities, while also serving as the liaison with outside booster and support groups.

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Delaware All-Americans Administration Center and held a secondary appointment as a professor of Electrical and Systems Engineering at Penn. Previously, Dr. Harker was chair of Wharton’s Operations and Information Management Department. Dr. Harker is a member of the board of directors of Pepco Holdings Inc. and Huntsman Corporation, and a founding member of the board of advisors of Decision Lens Inc. He previously served as a trustee of the Goldman Sachs Trust and Goldman Sachs Variable Insurance Trust. Dr. Harker is a Class B director of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, and a member of the boards of directors of the NCAA–Division I, Christiana Care Health Systems, First State Innovation, Catholic Relief Services and Easter Seals of Delaware. He is a member of the Regional Leadership Initiative Steering Committee at the Council on Competitiveness, a member of the CEO Council for Growth at the Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce and a trustee of Howard University. Dr. Harker received his B.S.E. and M.S.E. in Civil Engineering in 1981, an M.A. in Economics in 1983 and a Ph.D. in Civil and Urban Engineering in 1983, all from the University of Pennsylvania. When he was named UPS Transportation Professor of the Private Sector in 1991, Dr. Harker became the youngest faculty member in Wharton’s history awarded an endowed professorship. Dr. Harker has published or edited nine books and more than 100 professional articles. From 1996–99, he served as editor-in-chief of the premier journal Operations Research. President George H.W. Bush named Dr. Harker a White House Fellow in 1991, and he served from 1991–92 as a special assistant to FBI Director William S. Sessions. Dr. Harker was named a Fellow of the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS) in October 2012, and a Charter Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors in December 2012. Dr. Harker is married to the former Emily Grace Saaty and is the father of three children.

In 1994, Ziady was promoted to assistant director of athletics at Northeastern. He served on the Huskies’ senior management team that planned long-range departmental goals and policies. Included among this group’s assignments was the development of a five-year strategic plan to address Title IX and gender equity issues. Ziady, who earned both a master’s degree in sports management and a master’s of business administration degree from Northeastern, has twice served as a marketing consultant. He is also a member of the College Athletic Business Management Association. In 1990, he worked on a corporate marketing project with the North Atlantic Conference and in 1992, he assisted the Boston Organizing Committee in marketing and fundraising in an attempt to attract national and international amateur events to the city.

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All-Americans 2013 Roster

2013 University of Delaware Volleyball Roster No.

Player

How The Blue Hens Measure Up

Class

Pos.

Ht.

Hometown/High School

1

Taylor Hollingsworth

Fr.

DS/L

5-5

Wilmington, Del./Ursuline Academy

2

Katie Hank ***

Sr.

OH

6-2

Valencia, Calif./Valencia

3

Jill Meyers *

So.r

MH

6-2

Mission Viejo, Calif./Mission Viejo

4

Liz Brock

Fr.r

OH

6-0

Harrod, Ohio/Lima Bath

5

Ariel Shonk *

So.

DS/L

5-9

Atlanta, Ga./Riverwood International Charter

6

Mackenzie Olsen *

So.

S

5-10

Villa Park, Calif./Villa Park

7

Lauren Talley

Fr.

OH

5-10

Wilmington, Del./St. Mark’s

Chandler Bryant

8

Kori Reigel **

Sr.

DS/L

5-7

Morris Plains, N.J./Morristown

Autumn Jenkins

9

Katie Hillman *

So.

OH

5-11

Deerfield Beach, Fla./Cardinal Gibbons

10

Chandler Bryant *

So.r

MH

6-0

Greensboro, N.C./Walter Hines Page

11

Autumn Jenkins

Fr.

OH

6-0

Damascus, Md./Damascus

12

Kali Funk

Fr.

S

5-9

Orlando, Fla./The First Academy

13

Megan Blunden

Fr.

OH

6-1

Chapel Hill, N.C./Chapel Hill

14

Erin Layne

Fr.

S

5-11

Flower Mound, Tex./Flower Mound

Head Coach: Bonnie Kenny

6-2

Katie Hank Jill Meyers

6-1

Megan Blunden

6-0

Liz Brock

5-11

Katie Hillman Erin Layne

5-10

Mackenzie Olsen Lauren Talley

5-9

Associate Head Coach: Cindy Gregory

Ariel Shonk Kali Funk

Assistant Coach: Craig Boller Director of Vollebyall Operations: Dana Griskowitz

5-7

Kori Reigel

5-5

Taylor Hollingsworth

Athletic Trainer: Courtney Butterworth Team Manager: Carly Krajewski

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All-Americans Bonnie Kenny

BONNIE KENNY HEAD COACH 12TH SEASON AT UD/30TH OVERALL TENNESSEE ‘84 Head coach Bonnie Kenny will begin her 12th season at the helm of the University of Delaware volleyball program in 2013. Just the fifth coach in the 41-year history of the Blue Hens, she has posted a remarkable 209-137 record since arriving in Newark and reached the impressive 200-win milestone on Oct. 5, 2012 at UNCW. Kenny took over a program that had suffered through four straight losing seasons before she was named the head coach on Feb. 7, 2002. Since then, she has helped turn the team into one of the most successful in the region. During her 11 remarkable seasons in Newark, Kenny has led the team to a share of five Colonial Athletic Association titles, four CAA Tournament crowns, and four trips to the NCAA Tournament.

In 2008, she continued to build upon the Blue Hens’ recent success, completing a great coaching job to lead Delaware to its second straight title. Despite losing the reigning Player and Setter of the Year to graduation and All-CAA performer Kelly Gibson to a seasonending injury in the first match of the year, Kenny led the team on an incredible late-season run that culminated with the conference championship.

Through the 2012 season, the Blue Hen volleyball squad captured a share of five straight CAA regular season titles, won CAA Tournament championships four times, and advanced to the NCAA Tournament in 2007, 2008, 2010, and 2011. The Blue Hens won first round NCAA matches in both 2007 - a first in UD history - and 2011.

Before the tournament got under way, Kenny was honored for her coaching successes, garnering the league’s Co-Coach of the Year award. She immediately proved why she deserved the honor, helping the No. 3 seed Hens down Towson, 3-1, in the first-round before upsetting the second-seeded VCU Rams, 3-1, in the semifinals.

In 2011, the Blue Hens enjoyed another outstanding season, posting a 23-11 record, winning both the CAA regular season and tournament titles, and advancing to the NCAA Tournament where they downed American in the first round before falling to host Penn State in the second round.

The following night, Delaware took on Northeastern, the host and No. 1 seed. In a grueling five-set bout, the Blue Hens prevailed, becoming the first team to win consecutive titles since George Mason won back-to-back crowns in 2002 and 2003.

Delaware became the first team to capture a share of five straight league titles since George Mason (199296) and just narrowly missed making it six straight in 2012 before falling in five sets to Hofstra in the CAA Tournament title game.

After falling in the first round of the NCAA Tournament in 2008, Kenny helped guide an experienced Delaware team to its second regular-season title in three years after finishing tied atop the CAA standings with VCU in 2009. Along with a strong showing in conference action, Delaware also had a memorable night against North Carolina when the team topped the Tar Heels in a thrilling five-set match at the Bob Carpenter Center in front of a record crowd of 2,517.

She has been named the CAA Coach of the Year four times and led the team to the CAA Tournament nine times. In that time, a total of 29 UD student-athletes have been named all-conference, 19 have been named to the CAA All-Tournament team, four have earned All-American honors, eight have earned all-region honors, nine have been named CAA Player of the Year, and six have earned CoSIDA Academic All-District honors.

On October 8, 2010, Kenny became the 28th active NCAA Division I head coach to reach the 500 win plateau with a 3-0 victory over VCU on Viera Court. She was honored at the 2010 Jostens Coaches Honors Luncheon in Kansas City, Mo., on December 16. The luncheon was held in conjunction with the 2010 AVCA Annual Convention. In 2007, Kenny helped guide the team to heights never reached before in Delaware history. Following a regular season that saw the team capture three tournament championships and post a 12-2 record during conference action, the Blue Hens saved their finest performance for the postseason. Prior to the CAA Championship, Kenny was named the conference Coach of the Year for the second time in her career. Boasting the CAA’s top coach along with the Player, Setter, and Defensive Specialist of the Year, Delaware entered the conference championship as the No. 1 seed. Following a semifinal victory over James Madison, the Blue Hens squared off with the defending champion Hofstra Pride in the title bout. Before a capacity crowd at Viera Court, Delaware defeated Hofstra, 3-1, to capture its first CAA crown. With the league’s automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament in hand, the Blue Hens headed to Queens, N.Y. for opening round action. In its first round match against Princeton, Delaware posted the conference’s fourth NCAA Tournament victory after downing the Tigers, 3-1. The following night, although the team fell to 18th ranked St. John’s, 3-1, the Hens became the first team from the CAA to win a game in the second round without the benefit of a first round bye. 6

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Highlighted by victories over UNC as well as a slew of Big East schools, Delaware eventually finished the year ranked fifth in the East Region and 43rd in the nation. It marked the highest national finish by a team from the CAA in four years.

The Bonnie Kenny File Hometown: Meriden, Conn. Education: Graduated from Maloney HS in Meriden, Conn.; earned B.S. degree in Secondary Education/Coaching in 1984 from University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tenn. Playing Career: Led Maloney HS to four straight Connecticut state titles and earned Guiffrida Award, given to the most outstanding female athlete in Connecticut as a senior (also inducted into Maloney HS’s Hall of Fame in Spring 2004); four-year letterwinner and three-year captain at University of Tennessee, 1980-83; led Vols to two SEC championships, three NCAA Tournaments; All-SEC and an Academic All-American in 1983; Inducted into UT Hall of Fame in September, 2006. Coaching Career: Head coach at University of South Carolina, 1984-92 (171-137); Head coach at University of Massachusetts, 1993-2001 (169-115); Head Coach at the University of Delaware, 2002-Present (209-137); Overall Career coaching record is 549-389 (.585) in 29 seasons, ranking among top 24 active head coaches for wins in NCAA Division I; has been named CAA Coach of the Year four times; has led teams to five NCAA Tournament appearances (four at Delaware) and five conference regular season or tournament titles; served as President of the American Volleyball Coaches Association through the 2006-07 season.

The 2010 season marked another championship campaign as Kenny led the squad to a 26-6 overall record, finishing with a program best conference record of 13-1 to earn the number one seed in the tournament, and home court advantage. The Blue Hens would use that advantage through the weekend tournament, surging from a 2-1 deficit to take the 2010 crown from #3 Northeastern, 3-2, in front of a sellout crowd on Viera Court. Kenny was honored with her fourth CAA Coach of the Year award (Co-Coach in 2010) and also coached the Setter of the Year, the Defensive Specialist of the Year and saw three of her players named to the CAA first team that season. Delaware went on to draw Virginia Tech in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, held in University Park, Pa, home of the three-time defending national champions from Penn State. The Blue Hens dropped the opening round matchup 3-0 to the Hokies. The 2010 season was highlighted by an undefeated home record, stretching their streak to 17 straight

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wins on Viera Court, good enough for 11th longest in the nation to end the season. They captured the Delaware Invitational while also taking second at the Notre Dame/adidas Invitational defeating Notre Dame and Santa Clara.

Getting To Know Bonnie...

During her inaugural campaign in 2002, Kenny inherited a young team that featured nine freshmen and sophomores. Following a regular season that saw the team go 9-20, including 6-10 in the CAA, the Blue Hens earned the No. 6 seed in the conference tournament before bowing out to No. 3 James Madison in the quarterfinals.

#1 Reason For Competing In Volleyball: Love to watch young women blossom into a team • Biggest Athletic Thrill/Highlight: 1982 Olympic Festival as a player, winning a NCAA match • Thing You Like Most About Volleyball: It is a beautiful game when played well • Favorite Restaurant: Al Biernat’s • Favorite Food: Lobster • Favorite TV Show: Nine for IX • Favorite Artist: Celine Dion • Favorite Sports Person: LeBron James is a speciman • Favorite Movie: Life of Pi • Favorite Pro Team: YANKEES • Who Would You Most Like To Trade Places With For A Day: Oprah • Favorite Academic Class: PE (but they don’t have it anymore :) • Where Is Your Favorite Place To Dance: IN the NCAA tournament • Hobbies: fishing and cooking • I Wish: I could win power ball and make the world a better place

In Kenny’s second season in 2003, the Blue Hens improved with a record of 11-17 and placed fifth in the CAA standings with a 5-9 mark, just missing a berth in the four-team CAA playoffs. Things came together in 2004 as Kenny led a talented squad to a record of 23-9 - the most wins by Delaware since 1997 - and a third-place finish in the CAA regular season standings with a 9-5 mark. The Hens upended No. 2 seed Hofstra, 3-0, in the semifinals before falling to host and No. 1 seed Towson, 3-0, in the title match. During the regular season, the team reeled off 15 wins in 16 matches after starting the season 0-2 and also posted Tournament titles in the Delaware and Rider Invitationals. For the incredible turnaround, Kenny was honored as the 2004 CAA Co-Coach of the Year. After posting an 11-20 record and missing out on the CAA Tournament in 2005, Kenny helped turn things around again for the Blue Hens in 2006. Delaware posted a 21-7 record, placed fifth in the CAA regular season standings with an 11-7 mark, and advanced to the CAA Tournament semifinals before falling to host and eventual champion Hofstra. Over her 11 seasons as head coach at Delaware, Kenny has joined legendary coach Barb Viera as the only coaches to win 100 matches after notching the milestone victory against James Madison in 2007. Prior to coaching the Blue Hens, she also reached the 100-win plateau at the University of South Carolina and the University of Massachusetts.

and three A-10 all-championship picks in her nine seasons with the Minutewomen. In 1996, Dionne Nash garnered conference Player of the Year honors. Academically, the Minutewomen also excelled as seven players received American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) All-District acclaim and three players were named to the CoSIDA Academic All-District team under Kenny’s tutelage. In 2000, Jill Meyers received the distinguished Woody Hayes National Leadership Award. During her 27 years as a head coach, Kenny has posted a 549-389 record for a .585 winning percentage. She entered the 2012 season ranked 24th among active NCAA Division I head coaches in victories. Off the court, Kenny has continually given back to the sport of volleyball. In September 2004, she was selected as the President-Elect of the American VolVolleyball Coaches Association. She held the position through the 2006-07 season.

Bonnie Kenny Career Coaching Record

While in Newark, Kenny has also made a concerted effort to recruit standout students as well as athletes. During her tenure, numerous team members have been named to the CAA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll and six have earned CoSIDA District 2 AllAcademic honors. During the 2011-12 academic year, the UD volleyball team posted the highest cumulative grade point average among all 21 Blue Hen athletics teams. Before arriving at Delaware, Kenny served as head coach at South Carolina and Massachusetts for the previous 18 seasons. Just a few months after graduating from the University of Tennessee, Kenny was named head coach of the Gamecocks in 1984. During her first season, she led the team to a 28-8 record and a berth in the NCAA Tournament. Following eight more seasons in Columbia, S.C. during which she won 171 matches, Kenny moved on to the University of Massachusetts in 1993. She led UMass to three 20-win seasons, four semifinal appearances at the Atlantic 10 Championship, and two trips to the National Invitational Volleyball Championship (NIVC). The NIVC appearances marked the school’s first postseason bids since 1980. During the 1996 campaign, just her fourth with UMass, she led the squad to a 28-9 record, including a 15-5 mark in conference action. For her efforts, she was honored as the Atlantic 10 Coach of the Year. Kenny built a tradition of success at UMass by recruiting athletes who excelled on the volleyball court and in the classroom. She coached 11 A-10 all-conference selections

Year 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007

School Record South Carolina..................... 28-8 South Carolina.................... 18-17 South Carolina.................... 24-11 South Carolina.................... 15-15 South Carolina.................... 24-12 South Carolina.................... 15-15 South Carolina.................... 23-14 South Carolina.................... 13-24 South Carolina.................... 11-21 Massachusetts..................... 17-14 Massachusetts...................... 27-8 Massachusetts..................... 24-15 Massachusetts...................... 28-9 Massachusetts..................... 14-17 Massachusetts..................... 14-15 Massachusetts..................... 16-13 Massachusetts..................... 14-13 Massachusetts..................... 15-11 Delaware............................. 9-20 Delaware............................ 11-17 Delaware............................. 23-9 Delaware............................ 11-20 Delaware............................. 21-9 Delaware............................. 31-5

Conferene 5-9 (6th) 10-4 (3rd) 15-5 (3rd) 15-5 (4th) 9-11 (7th) 12-8 (5th) 10-8 (5th) 10-6 (4th) 7-8 (5th) 6-10 (6th) 5-9 (5th) 9-5 (3rd) 7-11 (8th) 11-7 (5th) 12-2 (1st)

2008

Delaware............................ 19-16

9-5 (3rd)

2009 2010

Delaware............................. 21-8 Delaware............................. 26-6

12-2 (1st) 13-1 (1st)

2011

Delaware............................ 21-13

11-3 (1st)

2012

Delaware............................ 16-14

9-3 (2nd)

Totals Totals Totals Totals

USC (9 yrs.) UMass (9 yrs.) UD (11 yrs.) 29 Years

171-137 (.555) 169-115 (.595) 93-64 (.592) 209-137 (.604) 104-58 (.642) 549-389 (.585) 196-125 (.610)

Notes NCAA Tournament NIVC Tournament NIVC Tournament CAA Quarterfinals CAA Runner-Up CAA Semifinals CAA Champions NCAA Tournament 2nd round CAA Champions NCAA Tournament CAA Semifinals CAA Champions NCAA Tournament CAA Champions NCAA Tournament 2nd round CAA Runner-Up

Prior to being elected the President, she served as the Chair for both the AVCA All-America and New England Region Awards Committees during the 2003-04 season. She also has been active on the national and international scene, serving on the Olympic Festival Selection Committee and working as supervisor of venue operations for volleyball at the U.S. Olympic Festival in 1989. In the fall of 2006, Kenny and associate head coach Cindy Gregory co-authored an instructional book “Volleyball: Steps to Success” published by Human Kinetics Publishers. The 192-page book is part of the popular Steps to Success Sports Series which has sold over 1.5 million copies. The book was designed to help players and coaches master the essentials of the game and offer a comprehensive, progressive approach with a proven system for learning and expert instruction. A native of Meriden, Conn. where she led her Maloney High School team to four state championships, Kenny was inducted into the Connecticut Volleyball Hall of Fame in 2000. While at Maloney, she earned the prestigious Guiffrida Award, given to the most outstanding female athlete in the state of Connecticut. She was inducted into Maloney High School’s Hall of Fame in 2004. Kenny was a four-time volleyball letterwinner at Tennessee, leading the Lady Volunteers to two SEC championships, three NCAA Tournaments, and a four-year record of 137-56. A three-time team captain, she earned Academic All-America and AllSEC honors in 1983. Kenny was also named to the Dean’s List for seven quarters and was a Tennessee scholar-athlete from 1980 to 1983. She was inducted into the University of Tennessee Athletics Hall of Fame in September, 2006.

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All-Americans Cindy Gregory

CINDY GREGORY

in basketball, cross country, track and field, and volleyball and garnered high school All-American and All-State honors in volleyball at Clear Lake High School.

ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH 12TH SEASON MISSOURI STATE ‘83 Cindy Gregory will begin her 12th season at the University of Delaware as head coach Bonnie Kenny’s top assistant for the 2013 season. Gregory, who was promoted to the position of associate head coach on December, 2004, also served as an assistant under Kenny during her entire tenure at the University of Massachusetts from 1995-2001. Since coming to Delaware, Gregory has helped the program recapture the glory it once had under legendary coach Barb Viera. Following four losing seasons prior to her arrival, she and Kenny have turned the Blue Hens into one of the top teams in the region. During her 11 seasons in Newark, Gregory has helped Delaware post a record of 211-137 (.606) and advance to the Colonial Athletic Association Tournament nine times. In that time, a total of 29 UD studentathletes have been named all-conference, 19 have been named to the CAA All-Tournament team, four have earned All-American honors, eight have earned all-region honors, nine have been named CAA Player of the Year, and six have earned CoSIDA Academic All-District honors. In addition, Kenny has been named CAA Coach of the Year four times. Through the 2012 season, the Blue Hen volleyball squad captured a share of five straight CAA regular season titles, won CAA Tournament championships four times, and advanced to the NCAA Tournament in 2007, 2008, 2010, and 2011. The Blue Hens won first round NCAA matches in both 2007 and 2011. Delaware became the first team to capture a share of five straight league titles since George Mason (199296) and just narrowly missed making it six straight in 2012 before falling in five sets to Hofstra in the CAA Tournament title game. In 2011, the Blue Hens enjoyed another outstanding season, posting a 23-11 record, winning both the CAA regular season and tournament titles, and advancing to the NCAA Tournament where they downed American in the first round before falling to host Penn State in the second round.

Gregory began her college career at the University of Houston where she played two seasons and led the Cougars to the 1979 and 1980 national AIAW tournaments. The 1979 squad placed fourth nationally. She moved on to Missouri State University where she played two seasons and led the team to a fifth place finish at the 1981 AIAW national tournament and to an NCAA Tournament berth in 1982. The squad also captured two Gateway Conference titles during her career. She earned her degree in physical education with a minor in biology from Missouri State in 1983 and earned a master’s degree in exercise physiology from Texas Woman’s University in 1986. She began her coaching career as a graduate assistant at Texas Woman’s University in Denton, Tex. in 198486 before moving into a head coaching position at Marymount University in Arlington, Va. in 1987-89. She served as assistant coach at Smith College in Northampton, Mass. in 1989-91 and returned to the head coaching ranks at Clark University in Worcester, Mass. for the 1991-92 season. She also served a two-year stint as head coach at The MacDuffie School in Springfield, Mass. in 1990-92 while also serving at Smith and Clark.

Along with winning the conference championship, Gregory helped the 2007 squad post a 31-5 record and advance to the second round of the NCAA Tournament. Delaware eventually became the first team from the CAA to win a set in the second round without the benefit of a first round bye. The Hens have since advanced to the NCAA Tournament in both 2008, 2010, 2011.

Gregory took over as head coach for men’s and women’s volleyball at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and led both teams to national prominence during her tenure in 1992-95. She guided the men’s program to a third place finish at the NCAA Division III Tournament in 1993.

In 2008, she and Kenny completed an amazing coaching job to guide the team to a second straight title. Despite losing the conference Player and Setter of the Year to graduation and All-Conference performer Kelly Gibson to a knee injury in the first match of the season, Gregory helped the squad overcome the losses and use a late-season run to take the championship.

On the women’s side, she led MIT to the ECAC regional tournament in 1993 and to the New England Women’s Eight Conference title and an NCAA Tournament berth in 1994. She was named the New England Women’s Eight Conference Coach of the Year and New England Women’s Volleyball Association District Coach of the Year in 1993.

With the Hens’ grueling 3-2 victory over host and No. 1 seed Northeastern in the CAA Championship match, Delaware became the first team to win back-to-back titles since George Mason accomplished the feat in 2002-03.

While at Massachusetts, she teamed with Kenny to lead UMass to a seven-year record of 125-93 between 1995-2001. Massachusetts recorded five winning seasons, including marks of 28-9 in 1996 and 24-15 in 1995. The 1996 team advanced to the National Invitational Volleyball Championships in Kansas City, Mo.

After falling in the first round of the NCAA Tournament in 2008, Gregory helped guide an experienced Delaware team to its second regular-season title in three years after finishing tied atop the CAA standings with VCU in 2009. Along with a strong showing in conference action, Delaware also had a memorable night against North Carolina when the team topped the Tar Heels in a thrilling five-set match at the Bob Carpenter Center in front of a record crowd of 2,517. Highlighted by victories over UNC as well as a slew of Big East schools, Delaware eventually finished the year ranked fifth in the East Region and 43rd in the nation. It marked the highest national finish by a team from the Colonial Athletic Association in four years. A native of Houston, Tex., Gregory earned 13 letters 8

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Getting To Know Cindy...

#1 Reason For Competing In Volleyball: I love the preparation and pressure of competition • Biggest Athletic Thrill/Highlight: is yet to come... • Thing You Like Most About Volleyball: It is the ultimate team sport. It takes a long time to learn and is never mastered...and is very beautiful to watch • Favorite Restaurant: Salt Air (Rehoboth, DE) • Favorite Food: Sushi, shrimp, noodle soup and chili • Favorite Artist: Kenny Chesney • Favorite Actor: Sean Connery • Sports Person: Laird Hamilton and Misty May (athletes), John Wooden and Pat Summit (coaches) • Favorte Movie: The Blind Side and Endless Summer • Favorite Pro Team: Red Sox (tradition) and San Francisco 49ers (West Coast offense) • Who Would You Most Like To Trade Places With For A Day: Diane Sawyer • Where Is Your Favorite Place To Dance: Surrounded by family and friends • Hobbies: yoga, SUP, surfing and the beach • I Wish: To make the world a better place. I am so thankful and grateful for each and every day.

In addition to her coaching duties, Gregory is active professionally, having published articles in several national journals. She has also been active with the NCAA YES program and with Special Olympics and has served on the Women’s Sports Foundation Advisory Board. In the fall of 2006, she and Kenny co-authored an instructional book “Volleyball: Steps to Success” published by Human Kinetics Publishers. The 192-page book is part of the popular Steps to Success Sports Series which has sold over 1.5 million copies. The book was designed to help players and coaches master the essentials of the game and offer a comprehensive, progressive approach with a proven system for learning and expert instruction.

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All-Americans Craig Boller

CRAIG BOLLER ASSISTANT COACH 1ST SEASON LEWIS ‘09 Craig Boller begins his first season as an assistant coach with Bonnie Kenny and the University of Delaware volleyball program during the 2013 season following a highly successful run at Big Ten power Michigan. “I am very excited to be at Delaware and working with great coaches,” Boller remarked at the time of his hiring. “As soon as I stepped on campus and saw how beautiful it was, I knew I wanted to be a Blue Hen. With terrific coaches like Bonnie and [associate head coach] Cindy [Gregory], and all that the University of Delaware has to offer, I knew this was a special place. Delaware will continue to be a top program in the conference and nation.” Boller comes to Delaware after serving for two seasons as a volunteer assistant coach at the University of Michigan, which made school history as a 2012 Final Four participant. “We are thrilled to welcome a top up-and-coming coach in Craig Boller,” Kenny said. “Craig was a part of a terrific staff at Michigan and helped take their program to the Final Four last December. He has the skill set to help us elevate our program and we look forward to working with him for years to come.” During his time with the Wolverines, Boller was instrumental with the team’s front-row play and coached AVCA All-American, All-Big Ten selection and single-season block record holder Jennifer Cross, who posted 181 blocks in 2012. Additionally, he also served as the team’s scouting coordinator. In March, Boller was named an American Volleyball Coaches Association 30 Under 30 honoree, which recognizes up-and-coming coaching talent at all levels of the sport. Last season, Boller also received the Coaches 4 Coaches scholarship, which is given to coaches who have a bright future in coaching. In addition to serving as an assistant with Michigan, Boller spent time as the club director and head coach of the A2 Volleyball Club, a junior volleyball program. Prior to his time with the Wolverines, Boller trained outside hitters and passers as a volunteer assistant at DePaul University. Boller played collegiately at Lewis University in Romeoville, Ill., where he was a two-time MIVA Academic AllConference selection while also earning the Lewis Delahanty Award for academic excellence among studentathletes as a senior. Boller graduated in 2009 with a bachelor’s degree in sport management and 2010 with a master’s in business administration.

Getting To Know Craig... #1 Reason For Competing In Volleyball: The thrill and excitement of every point • Biggest Athletic Thrill/Highlight: Being involved with a team whose chemistry was off the charts. Any team can win any good if they have that • Thing You Like Most About Volleyball: Strategy to the game. Most people doesn’t understand the cat and mouse game that goes on between dead ball. Setters and blockers going at it. Defenders and Attackers, and servers vs passers • Favorite Restaurant: For crabbin’ its Mo’s seafood! • Favorite Food: All of them, but I like shrimp and broccoli a lot • Favorite TV show: Was Scrubs until it was cancelled, so now How I Met Your Mother • Favorite Artist: Jason Mraz • Favorite Actor: Robert Downey, Jr. • Sports Person: Michael Jordan • Favorite Movie: Talladega Nights • Favorite Pro Team: Cubs, Bear, Bulls, and Blackhawks. Too hard pick one • Who Would You Most Like To Trade Places With For A Day: Bill Gates, just to try to understand how much 90 billion dollars is • Favorite Academic Class: Algebra • Where Is Your Favorite Place To Dance: Everywhere is the best place to dance • Hobbies: Foodie, trying new foods in new places • I Wish: To win a National Championship.

University of Delaware volleyball head coach Bonnie Kenny along with captains Kori Reigel and Jill Meyers.

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DANA GRISKOWITZ DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS 2ND SEASON DELAWARE ‘11 Dana Griskowitz, who earned her degree from the University of Delaware in 2011, serves as the program’s first director of operations and begins her second season on the staff in 2013. A native of Newark, Del. and a graduate of nearby St. Mark’s High School, Griskowitz assists head coach Bonnie Kenny and her staff with team travel, coordinating recruiting visits, working with the UD compliance, business, and equipment rooms, and assisting in scheduling of practices and competition.

Dana Griskowitz/Brian All-Americans Hess Getting To Know Dana... #1 Reason For Competing In Volleyball: My aunt was a high school coach and I grew up with her program. Started playing volleyball as soon as I was old enough! • Biggest Athletic Thrill/ Highlight: Upsetting the #1 seed to win a State Championship my junior year in high school • Thing You Like Most About Volleyball: Until one team reaches 25, there’s always the chance of a comeback. Even if your team is down two sets to none, you can still come back to win the match. As long as we’re on the winning end, those are my favorite matches • Favorite Restaurant: Buffalo Wild Wings • Favorite Food: Pizza • Favorite TV Show: The Big Bang Theory • Favorite Artist: Blake Shelton • Favorite Actor: Adam Sandler • Sports Person: Clay Matthews • Favorite Movie: The Replacements • Favorite Pro Team: Green Bay Packers • Who Would You Most Like To Trade Places With For A Day: Our assistant coach, Craig. Would love to see what it’s like being 6’8”! • Favorite Academic Class: Foundations of Sport Management • Where Is Your Favorite Place To Dance: In my car • Hobbies: Reading, listening to music and ESPN Radio, watching sporting events on TV • I Wish: I was 4-5 inches taller

Griskowitz earned her degree in sport management from Delaware in 2011, completing her studies in just three years. She is currently pursuing a master’s degree in public administration with a specialization in non-profit management at Delaware. While at Delaware, she served as a student manager for the men’s lacrosse program for four years and was part of teams that captured CAA titles and advanced to the NCAA Tournament in both 2010 and 2011.

Griskowitz began her coaching career at her alma mater as she served as a varsity assistant at St. Mark’s the past four seasons and led the Spartans to state titles in 2010 and 2011. While at St. Mark’s, she also served as the head coach of the freshman team and was a four-year assistant for the boy’s volleyball team. She has also coached travel teams in Delaware and been active as a coach at various summer camps.

She has an extensive background in the sport of volleyball, having played three seasons at St. Mark’s High School. She led St. Mark’s to the state title as a setter in 2006 and to a state runner-up finish in 2007. She was an All-State performer and received the school’s Dave Reynolds Award which “recognizes the student that represents a passion for life, a passion for school, and a passion for athletics.”

She previously was an intern and program assistant for the International Coaching Enrichment Certificate Program (ICECP) and had the opportunity to travel to Colorado Springs, Colo. and stay at the Olympic Training Center. She also traveled to Lausanne, Switzerland and visited the International Olympic Committee headquarters.

BRIAN HESS STRENGTH & CONDITIONING COACH 3RD SEASON SPRINGFIELD (MASS.) ‘08 Brian Hess, who previously served as a strength & conditioning coach at Georgetown and Harvard, begins his third full season on the University of Delaware athletics staff and his second as head strength and conditioning coach in 2013-14. Hess, who joined the UD staff in the spring of 2011, with Augie Maurelli, who he worked under while at Georgetown. Maurelli was promoted from head strength & conditioning coach to associate athletic director of financial strategies and athlete performance at UD in March, 2012. At Delaware, Hess is responsible for the strength and conditioning efforts for Delaware’s 21 sports programs and nearly 600 student-athletes, designing and implementing strength and conditioning plans for all of the Blue Hen men’s and women’s athletic teams. His primary role will be working with the UD football squad. A native of Kingston, Mass., Hess earned his degree in applied exercise science from Springfield (Mass.) College in 2008. After beginning his college career at Trinity College, he moved on to Springfield and was a two-year starter at linebacker for the football team, registering 47 tackles, 16 tackles for loss, three sacks, and two forced fumbles as a senior in 2007 when he served as captain. As a junior in 2006, he recorded 42 tackles and two

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Getting To Know Brian... Biggest Athletic Thrill/Highlight: In my non collegiate athletic career: Cleaning 405 • Thing You Like Most About Volleyball: The wide range of athletic qualities needed to be successful. Power, Agility, endurance and incredible mental focus for every rally • Favorite Food: Pizza • Favorite TV Show: Lost • Favorite Artist: Steve Wimmer • Favorite Sports Person: Pyrros Dimas • Favorite Movie: Good Will Hunting • Favorite Pro Team: Team Sky Pro Cycling • Where Is Your Favorite Place To Dance: In the squat rack sacks and led the team to a record of 10-2 and a berth in the NCAA Division III tournament where the team advanced to the second round. He began his coaching career at the University of Iowa under head strength & conditioning coach Chris Doyle where he served as an intern in 2008. Hess then moved on to Georgetown where he worked one season in 2008-09 with Maurelli, serving as an intern and working with the football, men’s and women’s basketball, baseball, crew, and women’s lacrosse programs. He also designed and lead strength and conditioning programs for the field hockey and sailing teams. He earned his first full-time position at Harvard where he served as an assistant director of strength & conditioning the last two seasons in 2009-11 before arriving at Delaware. While at Harvard, he served as the second assistant for football and directed efforts for the track and field, men’s and women’s soccer, women’s lacrosse, women’s swimming, Nordic skiing, men’s and women’s water polo, fencing, and women’s tennis teams. Hess, who resides in Bear, Del., is a certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) with the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association.

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COURTNEY BUTTERWORTH ASSISTANT ATHLETIC TRAINER 9TH SEASON DELAWARE ‘03

CourtneyAll-Americans Butterworth Getting To Know Courtney... Biggest Athletic Thrill/Highlight: When the Phillies won the World Series in 2008 • Favorite Restaurant: Jake’s Seafood • Favorite Food: Pizza • Favorite TV Show: Homeland • Favorite Sports Person: Cal Ripken and Michael Jack Schmidt • Favorite movie: The Princess Bride • Favorite Pro Team: Phillies, Flyers, Eagles • Who Would You Most Like To Trade Places With For A Day: Peanut • Favorite Academic Class: Functional Anatomy • Where Is Your Favorite Place To Dance: I don’t dance • Hobbies: Riding my bike • I wish: I could win the lottery

Courtney Butterworth begins her ninth season as an assistant athletic trainer at the University of Delaware in 2013-14 Butterworth, who has primary duties with the Blue Hen volleyball, women’s lacrosse, and men’s and women’s swimming and diving programs, returned to Delaware after serving as assistant athletic trainer at Wilmington (Del.) University during 2007-08. She was an assistant athletic trainer at Delaware from 2004-06, working with the Blue Hen men’s soccer, women’s basketball and women’s lacrosse teams. She was also an Approved Clinical Instructor who supervised athletic training students and served as a teaching assistant. Butterworth, who graduated from Delaware with a bachelor of science degree in athletic training in 2003, was the head athletic trainer for Smyrna High School during the 2003-04 school year. She earned her master of science degree from California University of Pennsylvania in 2007. A member of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association since 2002, Butterworth resides in Newark.

CARLY KRAJEWSKI TEAM MANAGER 1ST SEASON DELAWARE ‘17 University of Delaware freshman Carly Krajewski begins her first year as a team manager with the Blue Hen volleyball team during the 2013 season.

Getting To Know Carly... #1 Reason For Competing In Volleyball: For the love of the game • Biggest Athletic Thrill/ Highlight: Winning the state championships • Thing You Like Most About Volleyball: Celebrations after big points • Favorite Restaurant: Chipotle • Favorite Food: PB&J’s • TV Show: Grey’s Anatomy • Favorite Artist: Jason Aldean • Favorite Actor: Ryan Gosling • Favorite Sports Person: Chase Utley • Favorite Movie: Harry Potter • Favorite Pro Team: Denver Broncos • Who Would You Most Like To Trade Places With For A Day: Carrie Underwood • Favorite Academic Class: Math • Where Is Your Favorite Place To Dance: In my car • Hobbies: Running, napping • I wish: I could live past 100 years old

Krajewski went to nearby St. Mark’s High School, where she was a member of the Spartans volleyball team which captured the 2010 and 2011 state championships while finishing third in 2012. Krajewski plans on majoring in neuroscience at Delaware.

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All-Americans Katie Hank

2 KATIE HANK Senior • OH • 6-2 • Valencia, Calif. • Valencia HS At Delaware: Fourth-year member of the squad and a three-year letterwinner as an outside hitter • expected to again challenge for a starting position on the outside • has helped lead the Blue Hens to the Colonial Athletic Association Tournament during each of her first three years, including a pair of trips to the NCAA Tournament • tied for team’s tallest player at 6-2 with Jill Meyers • has recorded 682 kills in 81 career matches and has a career .222 hitting percentage. 2012 Season: Appeared in all 30 matches for the Blue Hens while making 18 starts • ranked second on the team with 2.44 kills per set, while her 249 kills were third on the squad • posted a .182 hitting percentage during the year • ranked third on UD with 19 service aces, sixth with 26 blocks, and seventh with 80 digs • reached double digit kills during 16 matches, including seven of the last eight contests • recorded a season-high 16 kills during a five-set victory over Hofstra on Oct. 20, and added 13 kills in four other matches • had 10 kills and no errors while hitting .556 in a three-set victory at William & Mary on Oct. 7 • set career-highs by posting four blocks against both Georgetown (Sept. 11) and Northeastern (Oct. 19) • also recorded a season-high nine digs while adding 11 kills versus the Huskies • reached double figures in points during 18 matches on the year. 2011 Season: Had a breakthrough year for Delaware as one of team’s most effective hitters • played key role as a sophomore for a team that went 21-13, captured the CAA Tournament title, and advanced to the NCAA Tournament • saw action in all 34 matches and 125 sets on the season • was one of seven UD players to play every set • led the team and was seventh in the CAA with 397 kills (3.18 kills/set) • had eight 15-plus kill matches and 22 double-digit kill matches during the year • Pitt Blue and Gold All-Tournament Team selection after she set a new career-high with 31 kills against Pitt and 17 digs vs. New Mexico on Sept. 17 • 31 kills was the third highest single match mark in school history and the most since Colleen Walsh had 32 vs. William & Mary in 2006 • also set then-career highs with two aces (Nov. 20 vs. VCU) and three blocks (Nov. 19 vs. JMU) • posted double-digit digs in four matches • registered 15-plus points 13 times, including a 32-point match on Sept. 17 at Pitt • had 10 games with a 1.000 serve percentage capped by a

Career Highs Kills Aces Digs Blocks

31 3 17 4

at Pittsburgh, 9/7/2011 twice, last at George Mason, 10/13/2012 vs. New Mexico, 9/17/2011 twice, last vs. Northeastern, 10/19/2012

23-chance match on Sept. 17 vs. Kent State that included two aces • tallied 28 kills and 16 blocks during Delaware’s CAA championship run. 2010 Season: Appeared in 17 matches, making one start against Delaware State on Sept. 28 • collected then-career highs with seven kills, 10 attempts, a .700 hitting percentage, three blocks and nine points against the Hornets • tallied three put-downs in her collegiate debut against La Salle on Aug. 27, along with a service ace and one dig • hit at a .714 clip against North Carolina Central on Sept. 11 with five kills on seven swings • recorded a kill on one attempt against Virginia Tech in the first round of NCAA Tournament • played in 28 sets as a true freshman, totaling 26 kills and a .328 hitting percentage • finished with five service aces, five total blocks, and three digs to add up to 34 points for the season. High School: Exceptional outside hitter at Valencia High School • earned four letters for her performance on the court • honored as an All-Santa Clarita Valley selection and an All-CIF Southern Section pick • named The Signal’s 2009 Girls Volleyball Player of the Year after posting 383 kills and 249 digs as a senior • led her Santa Monica Beach Club team to a third-place showing at the prestigious 2009 Phoenix Volleyball Festival • honored as a member of the California Scholastic Federation. Personal: Kathleen “Katie” Hank • daughter of Mary and Dave Hank • born March 20, 1992 • enjoys the beach and traveling to new places • honor student as an exercise science major with a minor in disability studies at Delaware • volunteered with the UD Physical Therapy clinic during the summer.

Getting To Know Katie... #1 Reason For Competing In Volleyball: Love and passion for the game • Biggest Athletic Thrill/Highlight: Winning CAAs two years in a row • Thing You Like Most About Volleyball: Competing at a high level • Favorite Restaurant: La Cocina • Favorite Food: Mexican • Favorite TV Show: The Voice and The Big Bang Theory • Favorite Artist: Usher and Beyonce • Favorite Sports Person: John Wooden • Favorite Movie: Not a big movie person • Favorite Pro Team: Dodgers and Lakers (really whoever my Dad roots for) • Who Would You Most Like To Trade Places With For A Day: Beyonce, so I can understand what it’s like to be able to sing and dance. Also, to experience the rich and famous lifestyle for a day • Favorite Academic Class: Anatomy and Physiology • Where Is Your Favorite Place To Dance: In my room where no one can see me...I’m not a big dancer • Hobbies: Exercising, traveling, babysitting my nephew and niece, being outdoors and trying new things • I Wish: To travel the world

Katie Hank at Delaware Year 2010 2011 2012 Totals

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SP K 28 26 125 397 102 249 255 682

Attack K/S E 0.93 7 3.18 134 2.44 107 2.67 248

TA 58 1117 779 1954

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Pct. .328 .235 .182 .222

A 0 8 6 14

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A/S 0.00 0.06 0.06 0.05

SA 5 29 19 53

Serve SE 4 40 29 73

SA/S 0.18 0.23 0.19 0.21

RE 0 11 4 15

Dig 3 205 80 288

Dig Dig/S 0.11 1.64 0.78 1.13

BS 1 5 2 8

BA 4 27 24 55

Blocking Total BLK/S 5 0.18 32 0.26 26 0.25 63 0.25

BE 0 12 2 14

BHE 0 2 0 2

Pts 34.0 444.5 282.0 760.5

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All-Americans Kori Reigel

KORI REIGEL Senior • DS/L • 5-7 • Morris Plains, N.J. • Morristown HS At Delaware: Third-year member of the squad who has earned two letters • will again battle for a starting position as a defensive specialist/libero • serving as team captain along with Jill Meyers • has appeared in all but five matches during her first two seasons, totaling 229 career digs • has helped the Blue Hens to a pair of Colonial Athletic Association Tournament appearances, including the 2011 title. 2012 Season: Appeared in all 30 matches while making 12 starts during her junior season • one of four Blue Hens to appear in all 109 sets on the campaign • ranked fourth on the squad with 186 digs and 1.71 digs per set • reached double figures in digs in five matches, including a career-high 17 during a five-set victory at George Mason on Oct. 13 • also posted 13 digs vs. Northeastern (Oct. 19) and 12 against Penn (Sept. 19) • recorded her first career kill vs. Virginia on Sept. 1 • notched a service ace against Georgetown on Sept. 11 • named to CAA Academic Honor Roll.

2010 Season: Did not see action and retained year of eligibility • named to the CAA Academic Honor Roll. High School: Excelled as a defensive specialist/libero at Morristown High School • served as a team captain for three years and was honored as the MVP four times • earned first team All-Morris County, All-Daily Record, and All-NJAC honors • also was selected to the third team All-Group 3 squad and was named a 2010 New Jersey All-Star • chosen as the Morristown High School Outstanding Female Athlete in the Class of 2010 for her performance on the court • did not begin playing volleyball until high school. Personal: Kori Dean Reigel (“ree-gul”) • born June 2, 1992 • daughter of Daryl and Kim Reigel • climbed Mount Whitney, the highest summit in the contiguous United States, becoming one of the youngest summiters at the age of 10 • honor student majoring in exercise science at Delaware.

2011 Season: Earned first letter as a sophomore backup • led team to record of 21-13, a Colonial Athletic Association Tournament title, and an NCAA Tournament berth for head coach Bonnie Kenny • played in 71 sets during 29 matches in first year seeing action for Delaware • set a season-high with eight digs (Oct. 10 at William & Mary) • had 10 perfect serving games which included two 11-for-11 games, the last on Nov. 19 vs. James Madison • played in every set during the Colonial Athletic Association Tournament.

#1 Reason For Competing In Volleyball: The love of the game • Biggest Athletic Thrill/Highlight: Winning the CAA Championship in 2010 and 2011 • Thing You Like Most About Volleyball: The momentum of the game and team chemistry • Favorite Restaurant: Panera • Favorite Food: Mom’s spaghetti • Favorite TV Show: Friends • Favorite Artist: Dave Matthews Band • Favorite Actor: Morgan Freeman • Favorite Sports Person: Brent Celek • Favorite Movie: Fried Green Tomatoes • Favorite Pro Team: Eagles and Phillies • Who Would You Most Like To Trade Places With For A Day: JLo • Favorite Academic Class: Anatomy and Physiology • Where Is Your Favorite Place To Dance: The locker room • Hobbies: Being with family and friends, hiking • I Wish: To open my own physical therapy clinic

Career Highs Kills Assists Aces Digs

1 1 1 17

Getting To Know Kori...

vs. Virginia, 9/1/2012 15 times, last vs. James Madison, 11/17/2012 twice, last vs. Georgetown, 9/11/2012 at George Mason, 10/13/2012

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Attack K/S E 0.00 2 0.01 2 0.01 4

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SA 1 1 2

Serve SE 4 5 9

SA/S 0.01 0.01 0.01

RE 3 24 27

Dig 43 186 229

Dig Dig/S 0.61 1.71 1.27

BS 0 0 0

BA 0 0 0

Blocking Total BLK/S 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00

BE 0 0 0

BHE 0 2 2

Pts 1.0 2.0 3.0

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Chandler All-Americans Bryant

CHANDLER BRYANT Sophomore (R) • MH • 6-0 • Greensboro, N.C. • Walter Hines Page HS At Delaware: Third-year member of the Blue Hens who has earned one letter • expected to again challenge for a starting position as a middle hitter. 2012 Season: One of four Blue Hens to start all 30 matches during her redshirt freshman year • appeared in 99 of 109 sets during the campaign • ranked second on the team with 74 blocks and fifth with 89 kills • recorded kills in all but three matches, including a season-high seven at Georgia State on Nov. 2 • added six kills and hit .625 at William & Mary on Oct. 7 • had five kills and no attack errors while hitting .625 and posting seven blocks in the CAA Tournament final against Hofstra on Nov. 18 • made a season-high eight blocks during a five-set victory over Northeastern on Oct. 19 • recorded six blocks vs. Lehigh on Aug. 31 and Western Michigan on Sept. 14.

High School: Four year starter and letterwinner at Page High School • mainly a middle hitter but played both outside and middle as a senior • named a unanimous all-conference first team selection all four years • honor roll student all four years • high school coach, Trevor Hewitt, attended Delaware. Personal: Chandler Simonne Bryant • born January 28, 1993 • daughter or Duane and Wanda Bryant • has three older brothers, Daniel and Christian and Marddy • honor student as a psychology major and legal studies minor at Delaware • danced competitively for five years.

2011 Season: Did not see game action and retained freshman eligibility • named to Colonial Athletic Association Academic Honor Roll.

Getting To Know Chandler... #1 Reason For Competing In Volleyball: It’s the most fun and thrilling thing I’ve ever done. I love everything about the sport. • Biggest Athletic Highlight: The 2011 CAA Semifinals, the most exciting game I’ve ever witnessed • Thing You Like Most About Volleyball: I really like the fact that it’s such a team-driven sport • Favorite Restaurant: Dame’s Chicken and Waffles in North Carolina • Favorite Food: My mother’s macaroni and cheese (with Texas Pete of course!) • Favorite TV Show: Catfish • Favorite Artist: 2 Chainz • Favorite Actor: Kerry Washington • Favorite Sports Person: Tim Duncan • Favorite Movie: Bridesmaids • Favorite Pro Team: Spurs • Who Would You Most Like To Trade Places With For A Day: Michelle Obama • Favorite Academic Class: Problems in Criminal Judiciary • Where Is Your Favorite Place To Dance: In my apartment with my roomies • Hobbies: Crossfitting! • I Wish: I could spend more time with my family.

Career Highs Kills Assists Digs Blocks

7 1 2 8

at Georgia State, 11/2/2012 twice, last vs. Delaware State, 10/2/2012 vs. William & Mary, 11/9/2012 vs. Northeastern, 10/19/2012

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K 89 89

Attack K/S E 0.90 59 0.90 59

TA 256 256

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A 2 2

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A/S 0.02 0.02

SA 0 0

Serve SE 0 0

SA/S 0.00 0.00

RE 0 0

Dig 14 14

Dig Dig/S 0.14 0.14

BS 4 4

BA 70 70

Blocking Total BLK/S 74 0.75 74 0.75

BE 16 16

BHE 1 1

Pts 128.0 128.0

Blue BlueHen HenFootball Volleyball

All-Americans Jill Meyers

JILL MEYERS Sophomore (R) • MH • 6-2 • Mission Viejo, Calif. • Mission Viejo HS At Delaware: Third-year member of the squad who has earned one letter • will again battle for playing time as a middle hitter • serving as team captain along with Kori Reigel • tied for team’s tallest player at 6-2 with Katie Hank. 2012 Season: Appeared in 16 matches and 29 sets during her redshirt freshman season with the Blue Hens • totaled 12 blocks, eight kills and five digs on the year • recorded a season-high three kills and added a block during the five-set win over Hofstra on Oct. 20 • had two kills at Towson on Sept. 21 • posted four blocks against Saint Louis on Sept. 15 and Morgan State on Sept. 25 • earned the team’s Sportsmanship Award.

High School/Club: Three-year starter and four-year letterwinner at Mission Viejo High School • led team to a Seaview League championship as a senior • named second team all-league in 2010 • L.A. Junior National Championship Qualifier champion with the Goldenwest Volleyball Club • named to the Principals Honor Roll all four years • member of the California Scholarship Federation. Personal: Jillian “Jill” Patricia Meyers • born December 11, 1992 • daughter of David and Valerie Meyers • has three siblings: Carla, John and Sarah • loves to travel and play beach volleyball • exercise science major at Delaware with a minor in mental disabilities • has traveled to Mexico to deliver kitchen supplies to a church and school.

2011 Season: Did not see match action and retained freshman eligibility • team went 21-13, captured the CAA title, and advanced to the NCAA Tournament for head coach Bonnie Kenny.

Getting To Know Jill... Career Highs Kills Aces Digs Blocks

3 1 1 4

#1 Reason For Competing In Volleyball: I just love the game and the competitive atmosphere. Constantly having to work which makes the payoff rewarding • Biggest Athletic Thrill/Highlight: 2011 CAA Tournament in the Little Bob • Thing You Like Most About Volleyball: The amount of teamwork, determination, relentless pursuit and hard work it takes to succeed. You work your butt off in practice so when matches come around it all comes together where you are persistent and just compete • Favorite Restaurant: Fred’s Mexican Cafe • Favorite Food: Anything authentic Mexican • TV Show: Catfish • Favorite Artist: Beyonce • Favorite Actor: Jack Nicholson • Sports Person: John Madden • Favorite Movie: Rudy • Favorite Pro Team: Boston Celtics • Who Would You Most Like To Trade Places With For A Day: Editor-in-Chief at Sports Illustrated • Favorite Academic Class: Motor Control and Learning • Where Is Your Favorite Place To Dance: My apartment • Hobbies: Hang cleaning, reading • I Wish: Everyone had the opportunity to experience sports.

vs. Hofstra, 10/20/2012 vs. Georgia State, 9/29/2012 five times, last vs. Georgia State, 9/29/2012 twice, last vs. Morgan State, 9/25/2012

Jill Meyers at Delaware Year 2012 Totals

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SP 29 29

K 8 8

Attack K/S E 0.28 8 0.28 8

TA 29 29

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A 0 0

Set

A/S 0.00 0.00

SA 1 1

Serve SE 2 2

SA/S 0.03 0.03

RE 0 0

Dig 5 5

Dig Dig/S 0.17 0.17

BS 1 1

BA 11 11

Blocking Total BLK/S 12 0.41 12 0.41

BE 3 3

BHE 0 0

Pts 15.5 15.5

Blue BlueHen HenFootball Volleyball

All-Americans Katie Hillman

KATIE HILLMAN Sophomore • OH • 5-11 • Deerfield Beach, Fla. • Cardinal Gibbons HS At Delaware: Second-year member of the squad who has earned one letter • expected to again challenge for a starting position as an outside hitter for the Blue Hens. 2012 Season: Appeared in all 30 matches while making 25 starts as a freshman • saw action in all but one set during the year • ranked second on the Blue Hens with 255 kills and third with 2.36 kills per set • ranked third on the team with 68 blocks, fifth with 14 service aces, and sixth with 118 digs • reached double digits in kills in 12 matches, including a season-high 20 during a five-set victory at George Mason on Oct. 13 • also hit .327 against the Patriots while adding nine digs • posted 17 kills vs. Penn (Sept. 19) and 16 against both Lehigh (Aug. 31) and Saint Louis (Sept. 15) • had 11 kills and zero attack errors to hit .393 during the win at William & Mary on Oct. 7 • posted her first career double-double with 12 kills and a season-high 11 digs during the victory at Georgia State on Nov. 2 • recorded a season-best seven blocks against Hofstra in the CAA Tournament championship match • had six blocks vs. Lehigh on Aug. 31 and five against Villanova on Oct. 17 • named Colonial Athletic Association Rookie of the Week on Oct. 15 • selected to CAA Academic Honor Roll. High School/Club: Four-year starter as a middle blocker and outside hitter at Cardinal Gibbons High School for head coach Kathryn Farland • led team to four-year mark of 99-10 • team won state title her junior year in 2010, advanced to the state Final Four three times, and advanced to the regional finals in 2009 • 2011 Prep Volleyball All-American • named to Under Armour Girls High School All-American Watch List as a senior • Sun Sentinel Player of the Year for Broward County as a senior in 2011 • Broward County Scholar-Athlete of the Year as a senior • four-time All-Broward County selection by Miami Herald • four-time team Outstanding Player Award winner • earned school’s Jude Abrams Unsung Player Award in 2010 • recorded 341 kills (4.2 per game) as a senior and 358 kills (4.4 per game) as a junior • totaled 325 blocks over her final

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20 3 11 7

three seasons • National Honor Society (Top 10 in class) • AP National Scholar Award • Latin Honor Society • Mu Alpha Theta Secretary • SFHSS Maroone Scholar Athlete Award • played for Boomers Volleyball Club. Personal: Katie Leigh Hillman • born December 8, 1993 • daughter of Richard and Kathi Hillman • has an older brother, John • nursing major at Delaware • enjoys going to the beach and boating • fan of the Miami Heat (NBA) and Miami Marlins (MLB) • father graduated from Washington State and mother graduated from Florida State.

Getting To Know Katie... #1 Reason For Competing In Volleyball: It’s a fast paced great game that’s so much fun to play • Biggest Athletic Thrill/Highlight: The center court celebrations that occur after a big block or kill • Thing You Like Most About Volleyball: The moments following a big win • Favorite Restaurant: Whales Rib, a hometown seafood favorite • Favorite Food: Potato skins • Favorite TV Show: The Biggest Loser • Favorite Artist: Dave Matthews Band • Favorite Actor: Matt Damon • Sports Person: Dwyane Wade • Favorite Movie: Hitch • Favorite Pro Team: Miami Heat • Who Would You Most Like To Trade Places With For A Day: Bonnie Kenny • Favorite Academic Class: Nutrition • Where Is Your Favorite Place To Dance: The locker room • Hobbies: Beating football players in eating contests with Ariel Shonk • I Wish: I could bake a cake filled with rainbows and smiles and everyone would eat and be happy...

at George Mason, 10/13/2012 vs. Delaware State, 10/2/2012 at Georgia State, 11/2/2012 vs. Hofstra, 11/18/2012

Katie Hillman at Delaware Year 2012 Totals

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SP K 108 255 108 255

Attack K/S E 2.36 100 2.36 100

TA 896 896

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A 7 7

Set

A/S 0.06 0.06

SA 14 14

Serve SE 12 12

SA/S 0.13 0.13

RE 10 10

Dig 118 118

Dig Dig/S 1.09 1.09

BS 4 4

BA 64 64

Blocking Total BLK/S 68 0.63 68 0.63

BE 5 5

BHE 0 0

Pts 305.0 305.0

Blue BlueHen HenFootball Volleyball

Mackenzie All-Americans Olsen

MACKENZIE OLSEN Sophomore • S • 5-10 • Villa Park, Calif. • Villa Park HS At Delaware: Second-year member of the squad who has earned one letter • expected to again battle for the starting setter position • named Colonial Athletic Association Preseason Honorable Mention. 2012 Season: Named to Colonial Athletic Association All-Rookie Team during her outstanding freshman campaign • started all 30 matches and was one of four Blue Hens to appear in all 109 sets • ranked second in the CAA by averaging 10.00 assists per set • was third on the squad with 251 digs, fifth with 35 blocks, and sixth with 55 kills • recorded at least 18 assists in every match of the season, including 12 contests over 40 • handed out 67 assists vs. Penn on Sept. 19, tied for the ninth most in a single match in UD history • added 61 assists during the five-set victory at George Mason on Oct. 13 and 55 in the four-set win at Georgia State on Nov. 2 • reached double figures in digs nine times, including a season-best 24 against Penn • also posted 22 digs at Mason, and had 17 during the five-set triumph over Hofstra on Oct. 20 • recorded a season-high four kills with no attack errors against Villanova (Oct. 17) and James Madison (Nov. 17) • made a season-best seven blocks during the five-set win at UNCW on Oct. 5 • named CAA Co-Rookie of the Week on Sept. 24 • selected to CAA Academic Honor Roll.

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Personal: Mackenzie Judith Olsen • born December 6, 1993 • daughter of Kevin and Tammy Olsen • organizational and community leadership major at Delaware with a minor in legal studies.

Getting To Know Mackenzie... #1 Reason For Competing In Volleyball: I LOVE IT! • Biggest Athletic Thrill/Highlight: Beating Northeastern at home in five to ruin their undefeated record, and making the CAA-All Rookie Team • Thing You Like Most About Volleyball: The relentlessness that it takes to win, and the feeling of knowing that you outworked the team on the other side of the net • Favorite Restaurant: Subway • Favorite Food: Fish Tacos • Favorite TV Show: The Office, Homeland • Favorite Artist: Beyonce • Favorite Actor: Vince Vaughn, Steve Carell • Favorite Sports Person: Michael Jordan • Favorite Movie: Crazy, Stupid, Love; Malibu’s Most Wanted • Favorite Pro Team: LA Lakers • Who Would You Most Like To Trade Places With For A Day: Mike Krzyzewski • Favorite Academic Class: Comm 212 • Where Is Your Favorite Place To Dance: In my apartment with my roomies, Jill, Chandler, and Joy • Hobbies: Reading • I Wish: I could spend more time with my brother

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High School: Standout at Villa Park High School • graduated high school early and attended Delaware during the 2012 spring semester • three-year All-League performer who was named to the AVCA All-America Watch List • four-year letterwinner and two-year captain • named the 2010 Best Offensive Player and the 2011 Team MVP • honor roll student who earned the Scholar Athlete Award.

twice, last vs. James Madison, 11/17/2012 vs. Penn, 9/19/2012 vs. Georgia State, 9/19/2012 at UNCW, 10/5/2012

Mackenzie Olsen at Delaware Year 2012 Totals

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SP 109 109

K 55 55

Attack K/S E 0.50 11 0.50 11

TA 158 158

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Pct. .278 .278

Set A A/S 1090 10.00 1090 10.00

SA 8 8

Serve SE 26 26

SA/S 0.07 0.07

RE 1 1

Dig 251 251

Dig Dig/S 2.30 2.30

BS 1 1

BA 34 34

Blocking Total BLK/S 35 0.32 35 0.32

BE 7 7

BHE 37 37

Pts 81.0 81.0

Blue BlueHen HenFootball Volleyball

All-Americans Ariel Shonk

ARIEL SHONK Sophomore • DS/L • 5-9 • Atlanta, Ga. • Riverwood International Charter At Delaware: Second-year member of the Blue Hens who has earned one letter • one of the top defensive specialists in the Colonial Athletic Association • named to the CAA Preseason Volleyball Team • expected to start again as defensive specialist/libero for the Blue Hens. 2012 Season: Named third team All-Colonial Athletic Association and CAA Defensive Specialist of the Year during her outstanding freshman season • also selected to the CAA All-Rookie Team • led the CAA with 5.68 digs per set, the second highest average in a UD single season • her 5.68 digs ranked 14th in Division I and second among the nation’s freshmen • recorded 619 digs on the year, the eighth highest total in a Blue Hen single season • posted a season-high 40 digs against Penn on Sept. 19, tied for sixth most on the UD single match list • reached double figure digs in all but two matches, including each of the final 26 contests • made at least 30 digs in five matches • had 37 digs during a five-set win at George Mason on Oct. 13 and 33 during a five-set triumph over Hofstra on Oct. 20 • ranked second on the team with 23 service aces • picked to Delaware Invitational All-Tournament Team • selected CAA Defensive Player of the Week on Oct. 1 and Oct. 22, and CAA Rookie of the Week on Oct. 8 • named to CAA Academic Honor Roll. High School/Club: Four-year varsity starter at Riverwood International Charter School for head coach Leigh Hudson • led team to great success in state championships, advancing to the Final Four her senior year in 2011, to the Elite Eight in 2009, and to the Sweet 16 in 2008 and 2010 • All-State pick as a senior when she was named area Player of the Year • team Most Valuable Player as a senior • first team Defensive Dandy • set school record for digs with over 1,000 • played in local senior All-Star game • National Honor Society • Beta Club • secretary of STAND (Students Teaching Academics Next Door) • A5 Volleyball Club qualified for Open Level nationals in 2011 and finished 11th in nation.

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1 8 3 40

Personal: Ariel “Ari” Hope Shonk • born July 25, 1993 • daughter of David and Susan Shonk • has an older brother, Bronson • marketing major at Delaware • enjoys playing frisbee and photography • fan of the Atlanta Braves (MLB) and Atlanta Falcons (NFL) • father works in real estate and graduated from Wentworth Institute of Technology and Georgia Tech, and mother graduated from Arizona and Boston University • grandfather played tennis, squash, and hockey at Williams (Mass.) College.

Getting To Know Ariel... #1 Reason For Competing In Volleyball: Dad took me to a Georgia Tech game when I was 11 and then I tried out for the middle school team • Biggest Athletic Thrill/Highlight: The first match I played in for the UD team in San Diego last year • Thing You Like Most About Volleyball: Something exciting happens every point • Favorite Restaurant: Taverna • Favorite Food: Cheesecake • Favorite TV Show: • Modern Family • Favorite Artist: Corey Smith • Favorite Actor: Ben Affleck • Favorite Sports Person: Roger Federer • Favorite Movie: Despicable Me • Favorite Pro Team: New England Patriots • Who Would You Most Like To Trade Places With For A Day: Ron Weasley • Favorite Academic Class: Communications • Where Is Your Favorite Place To Dance: The shower • Hobbies: Beating football players in eating contests with Katie Hillman • I Wish: To travel Europe.

vs. James Madison, 11/17/2012 at George Mason, 10/13/2012 twice, last vs. Northeastern, 10/19/2012 vs. Penn, 9/19/2012

Ariel Shonk at Delaware Year 2012 Totals

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SP 109 109

K 1 1

Attack K/S E 0.01 4 0.01 4

TA 14 14

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A 56 56

Set

A/S 0.51 0.51

SA 23 23

Serve SE 27 27

SA/S 0.21 0.21

RE 37 37

Dig 619 619

Dig Dig/S 5.68 5.68

BS 0 0

BA 0 0

Blocking Total BLK/S 0 0.00 0 0.00

BE 0 0

BHE 4 4

Pts 24.0 24.0

Blue BlueHen HenFootball Volleyball

All-Americans Liz Brock

LIZ BROCK Freshman (R) • OH • 6-0 • Harrod, Ohio • Lima Bath At Delaware: Second-year member of the Blue Hens • expected to challenge for playing time as an outside hitter.

Getting To Know Liz...

2012 Season: Played all three sets against Xavier on Sept. 8, her only action of the season • recorded five kills and four digs vs. the Musketeers • missed a majority of the season with kidney stones and maintained freshman eligibility.

#1 Reason For Competing In Volleyball: Because I’ve loved volleyball since I was a little girl. I love playing with a good group of girls who love to win just as much as I do. • Biggest Athletic Thrill/ Highlight: Getting my 1000th kill in high school with the stands filled with my friends and family • Thing You Like Most About Volleyball: Getting a kill or blocking an opponent • Favorite Restaurant: Taverna on Main Street • Favorite Food: Mexican • Favorite TV Show: The Big Bang Theory • Favorite Artist: Taylor Swift • Favorite Actor: Melissa McCarthy • Favorite Movie: Pitch Perfect • Favorite Pro Team: Cincinnati Reds • Who Would You Most Like To Trade Places With For A Day: Carrie Underwood • Favorite Academic Class: English • Where Is Your Favorite Place To Dance: In the living room with my family • Hobbies: Shopping, reading, and hanging out with friends • I wish: To become successful and to make my family proud

High School: Three-time All-Western Buckeye League selection and was twice named first team All-District 8 for head coach Jodi Benda • four-year starter who was named the team’s Offensive Player of the Year and Team Most Valuable Player twice • ended her career with a school-record 1,103 kills, which ranks 32nd on Ohio’s high school career kills list • membership of Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Personal: Sarah Elizabeth “Liz” Brock • born September 14, 1993 • daughter of Blain and Becky Brock • oldest of four children • cognitive science major at Delaware • career objective is to be a speech pathologist • fan of the Cincinnati Reds (MLB) • avid soccer player as a youngster before taking up volleyball in the fourth grade with her mother as her coach.

Career Highs Kills Digs

5 4

vs. Xavier, 9/8/2012 vs. Xavier, 9/8/2012

Liz Brock at Delaware Year 2012 Totals

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SP 3 3

K 5 5

Attack K/S E 1.67 5 1.67 5

TA 17 17

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Pct. 0.00 0.00

A 0 0

Set

A/S 0.00 0.00

SA 0 0

Serve SE 2 2

SA/S 0.00 0.00

RE 0 0

Dig 4 4

Dig Dig/S 1.33 1.33

BS 0 0

BA 0 0

Blocking Total BLK/S 0 0.00 0 0.00

BE 0 0

BHE 0 0

Pts 5.0 5.0

Blue BlueHen HenFootball Volleyball

Megan All-Americans Blunden

MEGAN BLUNDEN Freshman • OH • 6-1 • Chapel Hill, N.C. • Chapel Hill HS At Delaware: First-year member of the Blue Hens who will look to immediately contribute as an outside hitter. High School/Club: Four-year letterwinner and three-year starter on the volleyball team at Chapel Hill High School • selected All-Conference during her final three years • was a PrepVolleyball.com honorable mention pick as a freshman and sophomore • led Triangle Volleyball Club team to a 12th place finish at the 2012 USAV Nationals.

Getting To Know Megan... #1 Reason For Competing In Volleyball: It’s a lot of fun! • Biggest Athletic Thrill/Highlight: Competing at Open Nationals against the highest competition in the nation • Thing You Like Most About Volleyball: Being part of a team that shares the passion that I do for volleyball • Favorite Restaurant: Cheesecake Factory • Favorite Food: Sushi • Favorite TV Show: The Office • Favorite Artist: Beyoncé • Favorite Actor: Ryan Reynolds • Favorite Sports Person: Sean White • Favorite Movie: Forrest Gump • Favorite Pro Team: Steelers • Who Would You Most Like To Trade Places With For A Day: Beyoncé • Favorite Academic Class: Math & Art/Design • Where Is Your Favorite Place To Dance: In the kitchen while I cook • Hobbies: Art, snowboarding, traveling, cooking, photography • I Wish: To be forever young!

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Personal: Megan Sierra Blunden • born March 28, 1995 • daughter of Brent Blunden and Rebecca Stamps • has four siblings • has a black belt in karate • enjoys snowboarding • has not declared a major at Delaware.

Blue Hen Volleyball Football

All-Americans Kali Funk

KALI FUNK Freshman • S • 5-9 • Orlando, Fla. • The First Academy At Delaware: First-year member of the Blue Hens who will look to contribute to the squad as a setter. High School/Club: Four-year member of volleyball team at The First Academy • led the school to four consecutive 3A State Championships • first team All-Conference selection as a junior and senior • named the squad’s MVP during her senior year • served as captain for two seasons • also ran hurdles for one season at The First Academy • named MVP of the 2012 USAV American National Championships while leading her Top Select squad to the title • member of the 2011 Florida High Performance National Team • member of National Honor Society and National Art Honor Society • treasurer of Latin Club.

Personal: Kali Lynn Funk • born March 8, 1995 • has two siblings • older brother, Steyn, is a swimmer at Auburn • father played football and mother played volleyball at Idaho State • has played the piano since age seven • communications major with a minor in business at Delaware • aspires to become a sports broadcaster.

Getting To Know Kali... #1 Reason For Competing In Volleyball: I love the game and the competition that comes along with the sport. It forces you to be your very best, it pushes you in every aspect. • Biggest Athletic Thrill/Highlight: Winning my fifth consecutive state volleyball title • Thing You Like Most About Volleyball: I absolutely love the team aspect of the sport, everyone is pushing each other to be their very best. • Favorite Restaurant: Capital Grille • Favorite Food: Sushi • Favorite TV Show: Pretty Little Liars • Favorite Artist: Colbie Caillat • Favorite Actor: Will Ferrell • Favorite Sports Person: Rafael Nadal • Favorite Movie: Mean Girls • Favorite Pro Team: Orlando Magic • Who Would You Most Like To Trade Places With For A Day: Beyonce • Favorite Academic Class: I love science, especially subjects dealing with the human body • Where Is Your Favorite Place To Dance: Concerts • Hobbies: Play piano for nine years, art, work out, going to the movies, shopping • I Wish: To be a successful athlete at the University of Delaware, get married, and have a successful career as a sports broadcaster

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Blue BlueHen HenFootball Volleyball

Taylor All-Americans Hollingsworth

TAYLOR HOLLINGSWORTH Freshman • DS/L • 5-5 • Wilmington, Del. • Ursuline Academy At Delaware: First-year member of the Blue Hens who will look to contribute to the team as a defensive specialist/libero. High School/Club: Four-year letterwinner on the volleyball team at Ursuline Academy • led the Raiders to the 2009 state championship and to runner up finishes in 2010 and 2012 • first team All-State selection as a senior • served as team captain during senior year • three-year starter on the Ursuline soccer team, including the 2011 squad that advanced to the state quarterfinals • spent one season on the track team • member of the Brandywine Club team that won the CHRVA regional championship • student ambassador and member of student council at Ursuline • four-year honor roll student • selected for DIAA Student Leadership Conference • three-year Jefferson Awards Student Leader • senior kairos retreat selected leader • selected All-State in theater, and played Oliver in her high school play.

Getting To Know Taylor... #1 Reason For Competing In Volleyball: For the feeling I receive seeing my fellow teammates and I succeed • Biggest Athletic Thrill/Highlight: During my senior year semifinal game when my team and I defeated our biggest rival team which was the defending state champions • Thing You Like Most About Volleyball: The aspect of teamwork and everyone working off of each other to reach one goal • Favorite Restaurant: Hibachi • Favorite Food: French fries, steak, soup, crabs • Favorite TV Show: Nashville, Vampire Diaries, The Voice • Favorite Artist: Beyonce, Taylor Swift, Luke Bryan, John Mayer • Favorite Actor: Channing Tatum, Julianne Hough • Favorite Sports Person: Mia Hamm • Favorite Movie: The Notebook • Favorite Pro Team: Philidelphia Phillies • Who Would You Most Like To Trade Places With For A Day: Kendall Jenner, but only for a day! • Favorite Academic Class: Statistics • Where Is Your Favorite Place To Dance: Anywhere and everywhere!!!! • Hobbies: Singing, shopping, and ice fishing • I Wish: First for 100 more wishes, and then I wish to get my first CAA championship ring this season!

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Personal: Taylor Jean Hollingsworth • born July 15, 1995 • daughter of John and Rita Hollingsworth • has an older sister, Ashley • behavior science major at Delaware • mother is a UD graduate • goes ice fishing with her family every year in Minnesota • also enjoys singing and listening to music.

Blue Hen Volleyball Football

Autumn All-Americans Jenkins

AUTUMN JENKINS Freshman • OH • 6-0 • Damascus, Md. • Damascus HS At Delaware: First-year member of the Blue Hens who will look to immediately contribute to the squad as an outside hitter.

Personal: Autumn Victoria Jenkins • born November 8, 1995 • daughter of Jason Jenkins and Brandi Cross • has a brother, Matthew • exercise science major at Delaware who aspires to become a physical therapist.

High School: Played four years on the volleyball team at Damascus High School • led the squad to a Maryland state semifinal appearance and a quarterfinal appearance • was a first team AllGazette and second team All-Gazette selection • named honorable mention All-Met • earned the team Most Valuable Player award in 2010 and 2012 • honor roll student.

Getting To Know Autumn... #1 Reason For Competing In Volleyball: It’s more challenging than the other sports I have played • Biggest Athletic Thrill/Highlight: Getting the game-winning kill • Thing You Like Most About Volleyball: The game • Favorite Restaurant: Sakura • Favorite Food: Japanese • Favorite TV Show: Family Guy • Favorite Artist: Drake • Favorite Actor: Sarah Jessica Parker • Favorite Sports Person: Troy Polamalu • Favorite Movie: Step Brothers • Favorite Pro Team: Steelers • Who Would You Most Like To Trade Places With For A Day: My mom • Favorite Academic Class: Health • Where Is Your Favorite Place To Dance: My bedroom • Hobbies: Listening to music, cooking and shopping • I Wish: I could have personal chef who would use their own money to get groceries

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All-Americans Erin Layne

ERIN LAYNE Freshman • S • 5-11 • Flower Mound, Tex. • Flower Mound HS At Delaware: First-year member of the Blue Hens who will look to contribute to the squad as a setter. High School/Club: Two-year starter on the volleyball team at Flower Mound High School • second team All-District selection in 2011 and was named first team All-District in 2012 • picked All-Texas Team honorable mention during 2011 season • served as team captain during senior year • led her TAV club team to a second place finish at the USAV American Nationals • member of the National Honor Society, National French Honor Society, and National Math Honor Society • is a National Merit Commended Scholar and an AP Scholar.

Getting To Know Erin... #1 Reason For Competing In Volleyball: It is fast paced, and every point is exciting • Biggest Athletic Thrill/Highlight: Playing in the Junior National Championship in 2012 • Thing You Like Most About Volleyball: It is truly a team sport where every player on the court is important • Favorite Restaurant: Corner Bakery • Favorite Food: Pasta • Favorite TV Show: Grey’s Anatomy • Favorite Artist: Beyonce • Favorite Actor: Bradley Cooper • Favorite Sports Person: Mia Hamm • Favorite Movie: She’s the Man • Favorite Pro Team: Texas Rangers • Who Would You Most Like To Trade Places With For A Day: Kate Middleton • Favorite Academic Class: Anatomy and Physiology • Where Is Your Favorite Place To Dance: In the dorm • Hobbies: Reading, shoe shopping, swimming, hanging out with friends • I Wish: I could read minds

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Personal: Erin Renee Layne • born March 12, 1995 • daughter of David and Sherry Layne • has an older brother, Garrett • nursing major at Delaware • played soccer for 11 years • enjoys playing the piano and reading • worked as a waitress over the summer summer.

Blue Hen Volleyball Football

Lauren All-Americans Talley

LAUREN TALLEY Freshman • OH • 5-10 • Wilmington, Del. • St. Mark’s HS At Delaware: First-year member of the Blue Hens who will look to contribute to the squad as an outside hitter.

Personal: Lauren Nicole Talley • born January 15, 1995 • daughter of Janet Talley • has an older sister, Katlin • criminal justice major at Delaware with a minor in psychology • played the piano.

High School/Club: Four-year starter on the St. Mark’s volleyball team • led the Spartans to the 2010 and 2011 state championships, and to third place finishes in 2009 and 2012 • named first team All-Conference and All-State during her final three years • has an honorable mention pick as a freshman • served as team captain during her final two seasons • participated in the Junior National Olympics from eighth through 11th grade • was a PrepVolleyball.com Sophomore 79 selection.

Getting To Know Lauren... #1 Reason For Competing In Volleyball: Because I love the sport. I couldn’t imagine not playing it everyday and not having those matches that test your endurance and your soul • Biggest Athletic Thrill: When my high school team won the state championships two years in a row! • Thing You Like Most About Volleyball: Every point is a new point, and every game starts back at zero. It’s like getting a second chance. • Favorite Restaurant: Border Café • Favorite Food: Quesadillas • Favorite Tv Show: The Client List • Favorite Artist: Beyonce • Favorite Actor: Mark Wahlberg • Favorite Sports Person: Misty May Treanor • Favorite Movie: Any of the James Bond movies • Favorite Pro Team: Eagles and Phillies • Who Would You Most Like To Trade Places With For A Day: The President • Favorite Class: Psychology • Favorite Place To Dance: In our dorms • Hobbies: Hanging out with friends and going to the mall • I Wish: That female sports were as highly publicized as male sports

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Community All-Americans Service

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ATTACK Player SP MP-MS K K/Set E Alissa Alker .............................109 30-30 329 3.02 131 Katie Hank..............................102 30-18 249 2.44 107 Katie Hillman ..........................108 30-25 255 2.36 100 Chelsea Lawrence ....................107 30-30 240 2.24 80 Liz Brock.....................................3 1-0 5 1.67 5 Logan Sebastian ........................39 22-1 58 1.49 20 Chandler Bryant ........................99 30-30 89 0.90 59 Mackenzie Olsen......................109 30-30 55 0.50 11 Karina Evans .............................22 13-0 10 0.45 8 Jill Meyers.................................29 16-0 8 0.28 8 Tanya Krapf...............................99 29-4 1 0.01 0 Kori Reigel ..............................109 30-12 1 0.01 2 Ariel Shonk .............................109 30-0 1 0.01 4 Rachel Oemcke............................7 3-0 0 0.00 0 DELAWARE ......................... 109 30-30 1301 11.9 535 Opponents ......................... 109 30-30 1399 12.8 638

Player SP Alissa Alker .............................109 Katie Hank ............................102 Katie Hillman ..........................108 Chelsea Lawrence ....................107 Liz Brock.....................................3 Logan Sebastian ........................39 Chandler Bryant ........................99 Mackenzie Olsen......................109 Karina Evans .............................22 Jill Meyers.................................29 Tanya Krapf...............................99 Kori Reigel ..............................109 Ariel Shonk .............................109 Rachel Oemcke............................7 Team ............................................ DELAWARE ......................... 125 Opponents ......................... 125

TEAM STATISTICS ATTACK

SET

RECEPT RE TA 20 612 4 24 10 132 0 4 0 3 0 2 0 3 1 5 0 1 0 2 21 272 24 304 37 705 0 0 12 117 2416 148 2577

TA 1044 779 896 617 17 186 256 158 34 29 2 12 14 0 4044 4154

Dig 354 80 118 67 4 15 14 251 2 5 138 186 619 1

DIG Dig/Set 3.25 0.78 1.09 0.63 1.33 0.38 0.14 2.30 0.09 0.17 1.39 1.71 5.68 0.14

BS 3 2 4 9 0 1 4 1 0 1 0 0 0 0

.952 .943

2120 2154

16.96 17.23

73 49

OPPONENTS

Kills Errors Total Attacks Attack Pct Kills/Set

1571 579 4647 .213 12.6

1662 741 4871 .189 13.3

Assists Attempts Assist Pct Assists/Set

1470 4743 .310 11.8

1553 4952 .314 12.4

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117 0.9 2416 .952

SET Pct A A/Set TA .190 28 0.26 186 .182 6 0.06 28 .173 7 0.06 39 .259 5 0.05 27 .000 0 0.00 1 .204 0 0.00 6 .117 2 0.02 14 .278 1090 10.0 3323 .059 0 0.00 2 .000 0 0.00 2 .500 0 0.09 52 -.083 11 0.10 72 -.214 56 0.51 327 .000 3 0.43 6 .189 1217 11.1 4085 .183 1316 12.0 4230

Pct .967 .833 .924 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .800 1.000 1.000 .923 .921 .948 .000

DELAWARE

SERVE RECEPTIONS Errors Errors/Set Attempts Reception Pct

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148 1.2 2577 .943

BLOCKING BA Total Blk/Set 59 62 0.57 24 26 0.25 64 68 0.63 90 99 0.93 0 0 0.00 1 2 0.05 70 74 0.75 34 35 0.32 6 6 0.27 11 12 0.41 0 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 416 281.0 389 243.5

TEAM STATISTICS DEFENSE

SERVE

BLOCKING

Pct SA SA/Set .151 34 0.31 .214 19 0.19 .179 14 0.13 .185 16 0.15 .000 0 0.00 .000 6 0.15 .143 0 0.00 .328 8 0.07 .000 0 0.00 .000 1 0.03 .173 0 0.00 .153 1 0.01 .171 23 0.21 .500 0 0.00 .298 122 1.12 .311 129 1.18

2.25 1.95

BE 6 2 5 12 0 0 16 7 4 3 0 0 0 0

BHE 3 0 0 2 0 0 1 37 0 0 0 2 4 1

44 60

32 44

SERVE SE TA 22 434 29 348 12 245 13 339 2 8 7 70 0 0 26 313 1 5 2 16 0 0 5 107 27 459 0 17 146 2361 203 2294

Pct .949 .917 .951 .962 .750 .900 .000 .917 .800 .875 .000 .953 .941 1.00 .938 .912

POINTS Points Pts/Set 395.5 3.63 282.0 2.76 305.0 2.82 310.0 2.90 5.0 1.67 65.5 1.68 128.0 1.29 81.0 0.74 13.0 0.59 15.5 0.53 1.0 0.01 2.0 0.02 24.0 0.22 0.0 0.00 2000.0 2022.5

16.00 16.10

DELAWARE

OPPONENTS

Digs Digs/Set

2120 17.0

2154 17.2

Aces Errors Attempts Serve Pct Aces/Set

148 211 2791 .924 1.2

117 224 2646 .915 0.9

Block Solo Block Assist Total Blocks Blocks/Set Block Errors

73 416 281.0 2.2 44

49 389 243.5 1.9 60

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All-Americans 2012 Results

RECORD

RECORD

OPPONENT

!

Aug 24

at San Diego State

L

0-3

13-25, 20-25, 27-29

0-1

0-0

355

!

Aug 25

vs #17 California

L

0-3

11-25, 13-25, 20-25

0-2

0-0

159

#

Aug 31

vs. Lehigh

W

3-1

25-21, 21-25, 25-22, 25-21

1-2

0-0

207

#

Sept 1

vs. Western Kentucky

L

0-3

17-25, 18-25, 21-25

1-3

0-0

668

#

Sept 1

at Virginia

L

0-3

15-25, 23-25, 18-25

1-4

0-0

265

$

Sept 7

COLUMBIA

L

1-3

23-25, 18-25, 25-17, 22-25

1-5

0-0

225

$

Sept 7

TEXAS A&M

L

0-3

12-25, 23-25, 16-25

1-6

0-0

405

$

Sept 8

XAVIER

L

0-3

15-25, 23-25, 18-25

1-7

0-0

987

Sept 11

GEORGETOWN

W

3-0

25-20, 25-18, 25-13

2-7

0-0

306

%

Sept 14

at Northwestern

L

0-3

14-25, 14-25, 17-25

2-8

0-0

262

%

Sept 14

vs. Western Michigan

L

0-3

24-26, 15-25, 24-26

2-9

0-0

262

%

Sept 15

vs Saint Louis

W

3-2

25-21, 25-11, 21-25, 11-25, 17-15

3-9

0-0

66

Sept 19

PENN

L

2-3

25-22, 25-23, 21-25, 24-26, 13-15

3-10

0-0

210

Sept 21

at Towson

L

0-3

19-25, 30-32, 19-25

3-11

0-1

457

Sept 25

MORGAN STATE

W

3-0

25-5, 25-13, 25-12

4-11

0-1

221

Sept 29

GEORGIA STATE

W

3-0

25-17, 25-19, 25-20

5-11

1-1

655

Oct 2

DELAWARE STATE

W

3-0

25-11, 25-23, 25-13

6-11

1-1

228

*

Oct 5

at UNCW

W

3-2

21-25, 20-25, 25-18, 25-17, 15-10

7-11

2-1

164

*

Oct 7

at William & Mary

W

3-0

25-17, 25-14, 25-13

8-11

3-1

115

*

Oct 12

at James Madison

L

0-3

19-25, 18-25, 23-25

8-12

3-2

287

*

Oct 13

at George Mason

W

3-2

25-19, 27-29, 23-25, 25-17, 16-14

9-12

4-2

471

*

Oct 17

VILLANOVA

W

3-0

25-16, 25-11, 25-22

10-12

4-2

300

*

Oct 19

NORTHEASTERN

W

3-2

26-28, 25-19, 20-25, 25-17, 15-10

11-12

5-2

763

*

Oct 20

HOFSTRA

W

3-2

25-23, 25-22, 23-25, 18-25, 15-11

12-12

6-2

1043

*

Oct 26

TOWSON

L

1-3

25-23, 22-25, 22-25, 13-25

12-13

6-3

408

*

Nov 2

at Georgia State

W

3-1

25-19, 25-18, 21-25, 25-13

13-13

7-3

253

*

Nov 9

WILLIAM & MARY

W

3-0

25-18, 26-24, 25-13

14-13

8-3

122

*

Nov 10

UNCW

W

3-0

25-19, 25-17, 25-20

15-13

9-3

810

^

Nov 17

vs. James Madison

W

3-1

25-17, 16-25, 25-19, 25-23

16-13

9-3

519

^

Nov 18

vs. Hofstra

L

2-3

25-18, 16-25, 25-12, 23-25, 12-15

16-14

9-3

187

*

SET SCORES

CAA

DATE

*

SCORE

OVERALL

ATTEND

HOME MATCHES in Bold Caps * Colonial Athletic Association matches ! Aztec/San Diego State Tournament (San Diego, Calif.) # Holiday Inn/Jefferson Cup (Charlottesville, Va.) $ Delaware Invitational (Newark, Del.) ^ CAA Tournament (Towson, Md.)

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Blue BlueHen HenFootball Volleyball

2012 All-Americans CAA Review

2012 CAA VOLLEYBALL FINAL STANDINGS CAA Team Record Towson............................. 12-0 Northeastern ..................... 9-3 Delaware....................... 9-3 Hofstra.............................. 6-6 William & Mary ................. 5-7 James Madison.................. 5-7 UNCW ............................... 3-9 George Mason ................... 3-9 Georgia State ................... 2-10

OVERALL

Pct 1.000 .750 .750 .500 .417 .417 .250 .250 .167

Home 6-0 6-0 5-1 3-3 2-4 4-2 2-4 2-4 2-4

Away 6-0 3-3 4-2 3-3 3-3 1-5 1-5 1-5 0-6

Record 25-4 20-7 16-14 21-14 13-14 13-16 11-17 5-20 4-20

Pct .862 .741 .533 .600 .481 .448 .393 .200 .167

Home 8-1 11-0 9-5 11-5 7-5 6-5 7-5 4-7 3-6

Away 9-2 4-5 4-5 5-7 4-6 2-8 2-8 1-8 0-10

2012 CAA TOURNAMENT RESULTS

2012 NCAA TOURNAMENT RESULT

FIRST ROUND Nov. 16 #6 James Madison def. #3 Northeastern, 3-2 #4 Hofstra def. #5 William & Mary, 3-0 SEMIFINALS Nov. 17 #2 Delaware def. #6 James Madison, 3-1 #4 Hofstra def. #1 Towson, 3-2 FINALS Nov. 18 #4 Hofstra def. #2 Delaware, 3-2

FIRST ROUND Nov. 30 Florida State def. Hofstra, 3-0

2012 CAA STAT LEADERS

2012 CAA STAT LEADERS

HITTING PERCENTAGE CL I’ishah Keliikoa, Towson........................... Jr. McKenzie Keightley, UNCW.......................So. Marta Machos, Towson ............................. Sr. Alysha McCreary, Towson ......................... Sr. Nichole Kurz, Northeastern ...................... Jr.

S 86 97 80 96 85

K 195 180 238 222 170

E 40 53 87 79 49

TA 354 409 492 470 399

KILLS CL Kelsie Wills, Hofstra ................................ So. Lana Zonjic, George Mason ...................... Jr. Kelly Bacon, Northeastern........................ Jr. Katy Buck, Towson................................... Jr. Danielle Erb, James Madison.................... Sr.

S 132 92 96 103 108

K 581 338 346 352 361

AVG/S 4.40 3.67 3.60 3.42 3.34

ASSISTS CL Aubrey Kirven,Towson.............................. Sr. Mackenzie Olsen, Delaware............. Fr. Tori Price, George Mason.......................... Jr. Catalina Charry, Hofstra........................... Sr. Megan Wiechmann, James Madison ......... Sr.

S 100 109 83 132 108

A 1235 1090 754 1102 863

AVG/S 12.35 10.00 9.08 8.35 7.99

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Pct. .438 .311 .307 .304 .303

BLOCKS CL Adama Aja, Hofstra .........................So. McKenzie Keightley, UNCW...............So. Eliza Zachary, Georgia State..............Fr. Alysha McCreary, Towson ..................Sr.

Neutral 8-1 5-2 3-4 5-2 2-3 5-3 2-4 0-5 1-4

S 127 97 81 96

BS 1 12 23 20

BA TOTAL AVG/S 146 147.0 1.16 100 112.0 1.15 68 91.0 1.12 77 97.0 1.01

SERVICE ACES CL Lana Zonjic, George Mason ...................... Jr. Morgan Kline, UNCW .............................. So. Natalia Skiba, Northeastern .................... So. Alissa Alker, Delaware...................... Sr. Catalina Charry, Hofstra........................... Sr.

S 92 97 96 109 132

A 34 31 30 34 40

AVG/S 0.37 0.32 0.31 0.31 0.30

DIGS CL Ariel Shonk, Delaware ...................... Fr. Natalia Skiba, Northeastern .................... So. Emily Averbeck, Georgia State.................. Jr. Katie Daorai, James Madison ................... Jr. Bernetta Moore, George Mason................ Fr.

S 109 96 81 91 88

D 619 530 426 424 393

AVG/S 5.68 5.52 5.26 4.66 4.47

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2012 All-CAA All-Americans TEams

2012 ALL-CAA VOLLEYBALL TEAMS FIRST TEAM Player Alissa Alker, Delaware Kelly Bacon, Northeastern Nicole Bishop, Northeastern Katy Buck, Towson Aubrey Kirven, Towson Kelsie Wills, Hofstra

Cl Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Sr. So.

Pos OH OH MH OH S OH

Hometown/Previous School San Diego, Calif./Scripps Ranch Temecula, Calif./Temecula Valley Park City, Utah/Park City Catonsville, Md./Mount de Sales Academy Uniontown, Ohio/Lake (Loyola University) Matamata, New Zealand/Matamata College

Cl Sr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Jr.

Pos S OH RS/OP OH RS MH OH

Hometown/Previous School Santiago de Cali, Colombia/Salt Lake CC Tampa, Fla./Plant Mililani, Hawaii/I’olani Torrance, Calif./South Severna Park, Md./Severna Park Evanston, Ill./Evanston Township Zagreb, Croatia/II Gimnazjia Zagreb

Cl Sr. So. Sr. Sr. Fr. So.

Pos OH S/OH OP MH DS/L L/OH

Hometown/Previous School Washington, Pa./Trinity Oak Park, Ill./Oak Park & River Forest Tomaszow, Lubelski, Poland/Midland College Leesburg, Va./Loudoun County Atlanta, Ga./Riverwood Int’l Charter Westmont, Ill./Hinsdale Central

Cl Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr.

Pos OH OH S MB DS/L MB

Hometown/Previous School Torrance, Calif./South St. Charles, Ill./St. Charles East Villa Park, Calif./Villa Park Raleigh, N.C./Wakefield Atlanta, Ga./Riverwood Int’l Charter Bloomington, Minn./Jefferson

SECOND TEAM Player Catalina Charry, Hofstra Danielle Erb, James Madison I’ishah Keliikoa, Towson Dessi Koleva, William & Mary Christi Laite, UNCW Chelsea Lawrence, Delaware Lana Zonjic, George Mason THIRD TEAM Player Natalie Abel, James Madison Jillian Briner, Northeastern Marta Machos, Towson Shaylin O’Connell, William & Mary Ariel Shonk, Delaware Natalia Skiba, Northeastern ALL-ROOKIE TEAM Player Dessi Koleva, William & Mary Meghan Niski, James Madison Mackenzie Olsen, Delaware Lola Owokoniran, George Mason Ariel Shonk, Delaware Eliza Zachary, Georgia State

University of Delaware’s 2012 All-Colonial Athletic Association honorees (l-r): Chelsea Lawrence, Mackenzie Olsen, Ariel Shonk and Alissa Alker.

2012 ALL-CAA VOLLEYBALL INDIVIDUAL HONOREES 2012 CAA PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Kelly Bacon, Northeastern 2012 CAA SETTER OF THE YEAR: Aubrey Kirven, Towson 2012 CAA DEFENSIVE SPECIALIST OF THE YEAR: Ariel Shonk, Delaware 2012 CAA ROOKIE OF THE YEAR: Dessi Koleva, William & Mary 2012 CAA COACH OF THE YEAR: Bruce Atkinson, Towson

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Blue BlueHen HenFootball Volleyball With nearly three decades of success athletically and academically, the Colonial Athletic Association has built a reputation as one of the nation’s top collegiate conferences. The CAA encompasses many of the nation’s largest metropolitan areas with a geographic footprint that stretches from Boston to Charleston, S.C. The conference has produced 16 national team champions in five different sports, 33 individual national champions, 13 national players of the year, 12 national coaches of the year and 13 Honda Award winners. Just as impressive, however, are the honors accumulated away from competition, which include five Rhodes Scholars and 23 NCAA post-graduate scholars. In 2012-13, more than 1,900 of the league’s 4,000 student-athletes received the Commissioner’s Academic Award after posting at least a 3.2 grade point average while lettering in a varsity sport. The conference had 23 teams in 15 different sports receive NCAA Public Recognition Awards based on the latest Academic Progress Report released in 2013. The landscape of the conference stretches along the majority of the East Coast, and includes several of the nation’s top media markets – New York (1), Philadelphia (4), Boston (7), Washington, D.C. (9) and Baltimore (25). The number of television homes in the CAA market exceeds 20 million. The CAA conducts championships in 22 sports. Male athletes compete for championships in baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, lacrosse, soccer, swimming & diving, tennis and track & field. Female athletes battle for conference titles in basketball, cross country, field hockey, golf, lacrosse, rowing, soccer, softball, swimming & diving, tennis, track & field and volleyball. In 2012-13, 27 teams earned NCAA Tournament berths and 43 student-athletes received All-America honors in 14 different sports. The conference has made its presence known nationally in men’s basketball with two teams – George Mason (2006) and VCU (2011) – advancing to the NCAA Final Four over the past seven years. CAA teams have combined to win 41 games in CAA Commissioner postseason play since 2006, including 14 victories in the NCAA Tournament. The CAA has posted at least one NCAA Tournament Tom Yeager win in six of the past eight years, including the last four in a row. The conference has seen five or more teams reach postseason play in four of the last five seasons. In women’s basketball, 2013 CAA champion Delaware defeated West Virginia and North Carolina to become the 12th CAA team to reach the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament. Behind the play of Honda Award winner Elena Delle Donne, the Blue Hens finished the season ranked #13 in the final USA Today Coaches Top 25 poll. Drexel captured the WNIT championship with a 46-43 victory over Utah and James Madison reached the quarterfinals of the WNIT. CAA teams have gone 20-9 in postseason play over the past two years. The conference also excels in many other sports. CAA squads have combined to win 10 field hockey national titles since the championship began in 1981. Three men’s soccer teams earned NCAA Tournament berths last season and each current member of the conference has reached the NCAA Tournament since 2006. In softball, Hofstra reached the NCAA Super Regionals in 2012 and the CAA placed two teams (Hofstra and James Madison) in the NCAA’s for the first time last season. At least two women’s soccer teams have reached the second round of the NCAA Tournament three times in the past six seasons. William & Mary’s men’s cross country squad has made the NCAA Championship in 12 of the past 14 years and the women’s team had two runners (Elaina Balouris and Emily Stites) earn All-America honors in 2012. Delaware and Towson have each reached the Final Four of the NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Championship. The CAA sent three teams to the NCAA Baseball Championship in 2013 and has had at least 11 players selected in nine of the last 11 Major League Baseball drafts. The conference also had individuals earn All-America honors in women’s lacrosse, track and field and swimming & diving last season and had players nationally ranked in tennis and golf. CAA member institutions are committed to excellence in the classroom. The Colonial Academic Alliance was created in 2002 by the league’s presidents with a goal of expanding their partnership to all aspects of university education and life outside of intercollegiate athletics. Among the programs that have been established are an undergraduate research conference, coordination of study abroad programs, visiting faculty programs and a recent partnership with NBC Learn to provide educational videos to over 8,500 public schools across the United States. CAA schools are also very active in community service projects. 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All-Americans The CAA Colonial Athletic Association 8625 Patterson Avene Richmond, Va. 23229 Phone: 804-754-1616 Fax: 804-754-1830 www.caasports.com Commissioner: ........................................................................................................Tom Yeager Deputy Commissioner for Basketball:..............................................................Ron Bertovich Chief Operating Officer:................................................................................... Cindy Williams Executive Assistant: ...................................................................................... Raven Wilkinson Senior Associate Commissioner, Championships/Marketing:..................Robert Goodman Senior Associate Commissioner, Compliance & Governance/SWA: .....Kathleen Batterson Associate Commissioner, Communications: ....................................................Rob Washburn Associate Commissioner, Broadcast Services:.....................................................Peter Hock Associate Commissioner, Integrated Digital Strategies:...................................Scott Meyer Assistant Commissioner, Championships:........................................................Steve Kanaby Assistant Commissioner, Championships:........................................................Ashley Bolton Assistant Commissioner, Women’s Basketball: ..................................................Katie Lowe Assistant Commissioner, Creative Services/Communications:..................... Niki DeSantis Director of Football Communications and Operations:..................................... Zach Burrus Director of Corporate Partnerships:...............................................................Brian Edmonds Director of Video Services:....................................................................................Alex Souza Assistant Director of Video Services: .............................................................Bobby Broyles Assistant Director of Compliance & Student-Athlete Services: ..................Vincent Pierson Officiating Administrator:..................................................................................Pamela Stone Communications Intern:.................................................................................... Tim McDonnell Commissioner Thomas E. Yeager has guided the CAA since its inception. The conference traces its roots back to 1983 when two of its current members- James Madison University and the College of William and Mary - were aligned with East Carolina University, George Mason University, the United States Naval Academy and the University of Richmond as a basketball league (ECAC South). During the next two years, the league added 11 sports, acquired two new members (the University of North Carolina at Wilmington and American University) and decided to form a new conference. The transformation from ECAC South to CAA took place on June 6, 1985. Old Dominion University joined the CAA in 1991 and was followed by Virginia Commonwealth University in 1995. The conference added the University of Delaware, Drexel University, Hofstra University and Towson University in 2001. Georgia State University and Northeastern University became members of the conference in 2005 and the College of Charleston began its first year as a CAA member on July 1, 2013. Elon University will join the conference beginning in 2014-15. CAA MEMBERSHIP HISTORY Current Membership College of Charleston (2013-present) University of Delaware (2001-present) Drexel University (2001-present) Hofstra University (2001-present) James Madison University (1983-present) University of North Carolina-Wilmington (1985-present) Northeastern University (2005-present) Towson University (2001-present) College of William and Mary (1983-present) Past Members American University (1985-2001) East Carolina University (1983-2001) George Mason University (1983-2013) Georgia State University (2005-2013) United States Naval Academy (1983-1991) Old Dominion University (1991-2013) University of Richmond (1983-2001) Virginia Commonwealth University (1995-2012) Future Member Elon University (2014)

Blue Hen Volleyball Football 2013 University of Delaware volleyball scheDUle Pepperdine Invitational (Malibu, Calif.) Aug.

30

at Pepperdine ........................................10:30 p.m. ET

31

vs. Wisconsin............................................3:30 p.m. ET

31

vs. Iona ........................................................8 p.m. ET

6

vs. UMBC ..................................................... 4:30 p.m.

7

vs. La Salle................................................. 11:30 a.m.

7

at Loyola (Md.) ................................................. 7 p.m.

10

at Penn............................................................. 7 p.m.

Marriott Greyhound Challenge (Baltimore, Md.) Sept.

University of Delaware Invitational (Newark, Del.) 13

Sacred Heart vs. Furman .............................. 4:30 p.m.

13

Rutgers vs. Delaware .................................. 7 p.m.

14

Rutgers vs. Furman ......................................... 11 a.m.

14

Sacred Heart vs. Delaware ......................... 1 p.m.

14

Sacred Heart vs. Rutgers............................... 4:30 p.m.

14

Furman vs. Delaware................................... 7 p.m.

17

at Villanova....................................................... 7 p.m.

2013 All-Americans Opponents Pepperdine

at Pepperdine (Aug. 30) Location: Malibu, Calif. Nickname: Waves Conference: West Coast Head Coach: Nana Matthies 2012 Record: 20-12

Wisconsin

at Pepperdine (Aug. 31) Location: Madison, Wis. Nickname: Badgers Conference: Big Ten Head Coach: Kelly Sheffield 2012 Record: 17-16

Iona

at Pepperdine (Aug. 31) Location: New Rochelle, N.Y. Nickname: Gaels Conference: MAAC Head Coach: Jon Killingbeck 2012 Record: 10-19

Clemson Classic (Clemson, S.C.)

Oct.

Nov.

20

vs. Troy........................................................ 4:30 p.m.

21

vs. Alabama.................................................... 10 a.m.

21

at Clemson........................................................ 7 p.m.

27

at *Towson........................................................ 7 p.m.

4

*Northeastern ............................................... 7 p.m.

5

*Hofstra ......................................................... 7 p.m.

11

at *William & Mary ........................................... 7 p.m.

13

at *James Madison............................................ 1 p.m.

18

at *Hofstra........................................................ 7 p.m.

20

at *Northeastern ............................................... 1 p.m.

25

*James Madison............................................ 7 p.m.

26

*William & Mary .......................................... 7 p.m.

1

at *College of Charleston ................................... 7 p.m.

3

at *UNCW ......................................................... 1 p.m.

10

*Towson ......................................................... 7 p.m.

15

*UNCW..................................................... 4:30 p.m.

16

*College of Charleston ................................. 7 p.m.

21-24

CAA Championships (top six teams)

UMBC

at Loyola, Md. (Sept. 6) Location: Baltimore, Md. Nickname: Retrievers Conference: America East Head Coach: Ian Blanchard 2012 Record: 15-15

La Salle

at Loyola, Md. (Sept. 7) Location: Philadelphia, Pa. Nickname: Explorers Conference: Atlantic 10 Head Coach: Dave Stever 2012 Record: 4-26

Loyola (Md.)

at Loyola, Md. (Sept. 7) Location: Baltimore, Md. Nickname: Greyhounds Conference: Patriot League Head Coach: Jake Lawrence 2012 Record: 13-15

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Penn

Alabama

Location: Philadelphia, Pa. Nickname: Quakers Conference: Ivy League Head Coach: Kerry Carr 2012 Record: 13-12

Location: Tuscaloosa, Ala. Nickname: Crimson Tide Conference: Southeastern Head Coach: Ed Allen 2012 Record: 18-14

Rutgers

Clemson

Location: Piscataway, N.J. Nickname: Scarlet Knights Conference: Big Ten Head Coach: American Athletic 2012 Record: 18-12

Location: Clemson, S.C. Nickname: Tigers Conference: Atlantic Coast Head Coach: Jolene Jordan Hoover 2012 Record: 21-10

Sacred Heart

Towson

Location: Fairfield, Conn. Nickname: Pioneers Conference: Northeast Head Coach: Rob Machan 2012 Record: 10-20

Location: Towson, Md. Nickname: Tigers Conference: CAA Head Coach: Don Metil 2012 Record: 25-4

Furman

Northeastern

Location: Greenville, S.C. Nickname: Paladins Conference: Southern Head Coach: Michelle Young 2012 Record: 24-10

Location: Boston, Mass. Nickname: Huskies Conference: CAA Head Coach: Ken Nichols 2012 Record: 20-7

Villanova

Hofstra

Location: Villanova, Pa. Nickname: Wildcats Conference: Big East Head Coach: Josh Steinbach 2012 Record: 11-19

Location: Hempstead, N.Y. Nickname: Pride Conference: CAA Head Coach: Kristina Hernandez 2012 Record: 21-14

Troy

William & Mary

Location: Troy, Ala. Nickname: Trojans Conference: Sun Belt Head Coach: Sonny Kirkpatrick 2012 Record: 21-12

Location: Williamsburg, Va. Nickname: Tribe Conference: CAA Head Coach: Melissa Aldrich Shelton 2012 Record: 13-14

at Penn (Sept. 10)

at Delaware (Sept. 13)

at Delaware (Sept. 13)

at Delaware (Sept. 13)

at Villanova (Sept. 17)

at Clemson (Sept. 20)

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at Clemson (Sept. 21)

at Clemson (Sept. 21)

at TU (Sept. 27)/at UD (Nov. 10)

at UD (Oct. 4)/at NU (Oct. 20)

at UD (Oct. 5)/at HU (Oct. 18)

at W&M (Oct. 11)/at UD (Oct. 26)

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2013 All-Americans Opponents 2013 OPPONENT CAPSULES

James Madison

Pepperdine

Last UD Win: Last UD Loss:

Score ---0-3

Wisconsin

Last UD Win: Last UD Loss:

-------

-----------------------------

-------------------------------

Iona

Last UD Win: Last UD Loss:

3-0 ----

9/24/2005 ---------------

at Yale ----------------

UMBC

Last UD Win: Last UD Loss:

3-0 2-3

11/11/2008 9/6/2005

at Delaware at Delaware

La Salle

Last UD Win: Last UD Loss:

3-0 2-3

8/27/2010 10/27/1999

at La Salle at La Salle

Loyola (Md.)

Last UD Win: Last UD Loss:

3-0 0-3

10/7/2003 at Delaware 9/8/2000 at William & Mary

Penn

Last UD Win: Last UD Loss:

3-0 2-3

9/24/2011 9/19/2012

at Penn at Delaware

at UNCW (Nov. 3)/at UD (Nov. 15)

Rutgers

Last UD Win: Last UD Loss:

3-0 0-3

9/4/2010 9/12/2003

at Delaware at Rutgers

Location: Wilmington, N.C. Nickname: Seahawks Conference: CAA Head Coach: Amy Bambenek 2012 Record: 11-17

Sacred Heart

Last UD Win: Last UD Loss:

3-1 ----

9/9/2011 ---------------

at Maryland ---------------

Furman

Last UD Win: Last UD Loss:

3-0 ----

10/20/1989 ---------------

at Delaware ----------------

Villanova

Last UD Win: Last UD Loss:

3-0 1-3

10/17/2012 9/6/2011

at Delaware at Villanova

Troy

Last UD Win: Last UD Loss:

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Alabama

Last UD Win: Last UD Loss:

---1-2

--------------10/15/1977

---------------at Princeton

Clemson

Last UD Win: Last UD Loss:

---102

--------------10/21/1983

---------------at Maryland

Towson

Last UD Win: Last UD Loss:

3-1 1-3

10/15/2010 10/26/2012

at Towson at Delaware

Northeastern

Last UD Win: Last UD Loss:

3-2 2-3

10/19/2012 10/14/2007

at Delaware at Northeastern

Hofstra

Last UD Win: Last UD Loss:

3-2 2-3

10/20/2012 11/18/2012

at Delaware at Towson

William & Mary

Last UD Win: Last UD Loss:

3-0 2-3

11/9/2012 10/3/2008

at Delaware at Delaware

James Madison

Last UD Win: Last UD Loss:

3-1 0-3

11/17/2012 10/12/2012

at Towson at James Madison

College of Charleston Last UD Win: Last UD Loss:

2-1 ----

12/6/1979 ---------------

at Central Florida ----------------

UNCW

3-0 2-3

11/10/2012 10/4/2003

at Delaware at UNCW

at JMU (Oct. 13)/at UD (Oct. 25) Location: Harrisonburg, Va. Nickname: Dukes Conference: CAA Head Coach: Lauren Steinbrecher 2012 Record: 13-16

College of Charleston

at CofC (Nov. 1)/at UD (Nov. 16) Location: Charleston, S.C. Nickname: Cougars Conference: CAA Head Coach: Jason Kepner 2012 Record: 27-8

UNCW

Colonial Athletic Association Tournament Nov. 21-24 Top six teams qualify Hosted by regular season champion

Last UD Win: Last UD Loss:

Date Location -----------------------------8/30/2008 at Cal St. Fullerton

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Blue BlueHen HenFootball Volleyball Team Akron Alabama Alabama-Birmingham Albany Alcorn State American Army Austin Peay Binghamton Boston College Boston State Bowling Green Bridgewater Brigham Young Brooklyn Brown Bucknell Buffalo Butler C.W. Post California Cal State Fullerton Campbell Canisius Catholic Central Connecticut Central Florida Central Michigan Charleston Charlotte Chatham Cheyney State Cincinnati Clarion Clemson Coastal Carolina Colgate College of Charleston Columbia Connecticut Coppin State Cornell Cortland Dayton Davidson Delaware State District of Columbia Drake Drexel Duke Duquesne East Carolina East Stroudsburg East Tennessee State Eastern Kentucky Eastern Mennonite Edinboro

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W-L First Met 0-1 1989 0-2 1977 0-2 1998 1-0 2004 2-0 2003 9-5 1976 2-1 1993 1-0 2001 1-1 2005 2-0 1995 1-0 1973 0-2 1992 2-0 1973 0-1 1998 1-0 1976 9-3 1982 21-1 1980 1-1 1993 0-2 2001 1-2 1986 0-1 2012 0-2 2004 1-2 1990 1-0 1992 6-0 1979 7-1 1976 0-1 1979 0-2 1992 1-0 1979 1-0 2005 1-0 1977 2-0 1974 0-1 1979 1-0 1973 0-1 1983 3-0 1994 1-2 1979 1-2 1979 2-1 1986 4-3 1980 1-0 1994 3-2 1974 5-3 1975 0-1 2010 0-1 1991 8-0 1987 1-0 1983 1-0 2006 28-18 1982 2-2 1974 3-0 1986 4-1 1979 11-3 1975 2-2 1977 0-1 1975 1-0 1975 3-3 1974

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Team Fairleigh Dickinson Florida Atlantic Florida International Florida State Fordham Franklin & Marshall Fresno State Furman Gardner-Webb George Mason George Washington Georgetown Georgia State Gettysburg Glassboro State Hartford Harvard Hofstra Holy Cross Howard Illinois Immaculata Indiana Indiana (PA) IPFW Iona Ithaca James Madison Jacksonville Juniata Kent State Lafayette Lamar La Salle Lehigh Liberty Lincoln Long Beach State Louisville Loyola (Ill) Loyola (Md.) MIT Maine Maine-Presque Isle Mansfield Marist Maryland UMBC UMES Maine Marist Massachusetts Miami (FL) Miami (OH) Michigan-Dearborn Michigan State Middle Tennessee State

All-Time All-Americans Opponents W-L First Met 14-2 1974 1-0 1999 1-0 1978 0-1 2011 2-0 1988 10-0 1973 0-1 1992 1-0 1989 2-0 2007 21-19 1982 4-9 1978 3-17 1977 9-4 2005 1-0 1981 1-0 1980 15-2 1991 1-0 1996 17-44 1980 1-0 1993 4-1 1979 0-2 1995 2-0 1976 0-1 2009 0-1 1974 0-2 2002 3-0 1984 3-1 1975 26-17 1973 1-0 1995 1-1 1983 2-0 2006 22-0 1981 0-1 1975 25-1 1979 27-3 1979 6-5 1983 1-0 1973 0-1 1975 0-1 2000 1-1 1999 33-2 1981 1-0 1976 4-0 1978 1-0 1973 2-0 1984 2-0 2004 12-30 1973 22-7 1979 3-0 1986 5-1 1999 0-0 2006 5-3 1976 0-1 2007 0-2 1994 0-1 1988 0-2 1975 0-2 2003

Team W-L First Met Minnesota 0-1 2010 Mississippi 1-0 1979 Missouri State 0-1 2009 Morgan State 5-0 1993 Morehead State 0-1 1994 Murray State 0-1 1999 Mount St. Joseph 0-2 1978 Navy 17-8 1977 Nevada-Reno 1-0 1994 New Hampshire 11-8 1976 New Haven 6-4 1980 New Mexico 1-3 2003 New Mexico State 0-1 1975 New Orleans 1-0 2007 New York Tech 5-2 1980 Niagara 1-0 2000 Nicholls State 1-0 2007 North Carolina 4-6 1974 North Carolina Central 1-0 2010 UNC Greensboro 0-1 2008 UNC Wilmington 23-3 1992 North Carolina State 0-2 1981 North Dakota 1-0 1989 Northern Iowa 0-1 2011 Northeastern 22-18 1987 Northwestern 0-2 1996 Northern Colorado 0-1 1979 Northern Illinois 1-1 1994 Notre Dame 1-0 2010 Ohio 0-2 1998 Oklahoma 0-1 1995 Oneonta 1-1 1973 Oregon 0-2 2007 Penn 13-10 1974 Penn State 3-3 1974 Pepperdine 0-1 2008 Pittsburgh 3-10 1976 Portland State 1-0 2009 Princeton 13-16 1975 Providence 8-14 1979 Purdue 0-1 2002 Queens College 1-2 1976 Radford 1-1 1992 Rhode Island 9-2 1976 Rice 1-0 2011 Rider 12-5 1982 Robert Morris 3-0 1985 Rutgers 13-13 1976 Sacred Heart 1-0 2011 Saint Bonaventure 0-1 1991 Saint Francis (NY) 1-0 1994 Saint Francis (PA) 1-0 1993 Saint John’s 0-2 1996 Saint Louis 1-1 2001 Saint Peter’s 4-2 1992 Salisbury State 6-4-1 1973 Sam Houston State 1-1 1999

Team San Diego San Diego State San Francisco Santa Clara Seton Hall Siena Slippery Rock South Carolina Southern Connecticut Springfield Stanford Stony Brook SUNY-Brockport SUNY-Cortland Syracuse Temple Texas A&M Texas-Arlington Texas State Texas-San Antonio TCU Towson Trenton State Troy UC-Irvine UCSB Ursinus Valparaiso Vermont Villanova Virginia Virginia Commonwealth Virginia Tech Wake Forest Washington West Chester West Virginia Western Kentucky Western Maryland Western Michigan Westfield William & Mary William Patterson Wilmington (Del.) Winthrop Wisconsin Wisconsin-Green Bay Xavier Yale Youngstown State

W-L First Met 0-2 1994 0-1 2012 0-1 2005 1-1 2000 4-4 1988 1-0 1998 0-1 1977 1-2 1979 8-7 1973 4-2 1976 0-1 2011 1-0 1999 2-1-1 1974 2-0 1983 4-2 1979 21-25 1974 0-1 2012 1-1 1992 0-1 2004 0-1 2005 0-1 2003 38-37 1973 7-0 1973 --2013 0-1 2011 0-1 2009 5-0 1974 0-1 1996 14-1 1991 21-20 1981 5-5 1977 25-10 1977 0-5 1983 1-1 1984 0-1 2002 8-0 1978 4-0 1978 1-3 1985 2-0 1973 0-2 2008 2-0 1973 18-9 1979 3-0 1974 2-0 1983 0-1 1988 --2013 1-0 2006 0-2 1990 3-7 1988 1-0 2003

NOTE: Includes only U.S. four-year colleges 2013 Opponents in bold

AlissA Alker 2011-12 First Team All-CAA 2011 Honorable Mention AVCA All-East Region

Blue BlueHen HenFootball Volleyball Most Matches, Season: 53, 1979; 1980 Most Games Played, Season: 181, 1991

All-Time All-Americans Records JESS CHASON

Most Kills, Season: 2,327, 1994 Most Kills Per Game, Season: 16.30, 2007 Most Kills, Match: 89 vs. Towson, 11/11/98 (4 games) 86 vs. West Virginia, 9/24/99 (4) 85 vs. New Hampshire, 10/13/00 (5) Most Kill Attempts, Season: 6,904, 1995 Best Hitting Percentage Season: .261, 1982 Best Hitting Percentage, Match: .680 vs. Iona, 10/27/84 (2 games, 19-2-25) .500 vs. Vermont, 10/15/00 (3 games) .467 vs. Delaware State, 9/20/11 (3 games, 49-6-92) .438 vs. Morgan State, 10/29/93 (3 games, 54-12-96) .435 vs. Catholic, 11/12/81 (3 games, 46-9-85) .429 at La Salle, 8/27/10 (3 games, 40-4-84) Most Assists, Season: 1,956, 1994 Most Assists Per Game, Season: 14.80, 2007 Most Assists, Match: 80 vs. Loyola, 9/12/97 (5 games) 78 vs. Towson, 11/11/98 (4) 75 vs. George Mason, 10/14/06 (4) 75 vs. Towson, 10/20/99 (4) 75 vs. Lehigh, 10/20/95 (5) Most Service Aces, Season: 405, 1980 Most Service Aces Per Game, Season: 2.9, 1980 Most Service Aces, Match: 22 vs. Alcorn State, 8/31/07 (3 games) 20 vs. Howard, 10/26/04 (3) 19 vs. Villanova, 9/20/00 17 vs. Georgia State, 9/30/06 (4) 17 vs. Marist, 8/25/06 (3) 17 vs. Loyola, 9/14/94 (4) 16 vs. UNC Wilmington, 10/11/02 (3) Most Digs, Season: 3,278, 1994 Most Digs Per Game Season: 19.8, 2007

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Most Digs, Match: 177 vs. James Madison, 9/21/95 (5 games) 154 vs. Princeton, 9/14/90 (5) 140 vs. Hofstra, 11/20/94 (3) 138 vs. Penn, 9/19/12 (5) 125 vs. William & Mary, 10/6/07 (5) Block Solos, Season: 274, 1992 Block Assists, Season: 541, 1994 Blocks, Season: 490.5, 1992 Blocks Per Game, Season: 4.0, 1992 Most Blocks, Match: 25 vs. Drexel, 10/2/84 (4 games) 24 vs. Navy, 10/22/91 (4) 21 vs. Towson, 10/5/89 (5) 21 vs. Villanova, 9/12/89 (5) 21 vs. James Madison, 9/21/94 (5) Most Wins, Season: 38, 1977 (38-8); 1980 (38-15) Most Losses, Season: 26, 1978 (22-26) Best Record: 31-5 (.861), 2007 Worst Record: .364, 1999 (12-21) Consecutive Match Wins: 14 (1992) 14 (1994) 14 (2010) 13 (1977) 12 (1993) 12 (2006) Consecutive Match Losses: 8 (1999) 8 (2000) 8 (2002) 7 (1996) 7 (2001) 7 (2002) Consecutive Conference Wins: 19 (Oct. 1993-Oct. 1996) Consecutive Conference Losses: 4, 2001, 2002, 2006 Consecutive Home Wins: 17, 2009-2010 Consecutive Home Losses: 4, 1984 Consecutive Road Wins: 10, 1992 Consecutive Road Losses: 8, 1991 Consecutive Winning Seasons: 11, 1979-89

Most Consecutive Individual Games Won: 17, 2007 (Buffalo-UMBC) 17, 1982 (Navy-La Salle) Most Consecutive Individual Games Lost: 18, 1991 (Northeastern-George Mason) 16, 2000 (Penn-Louisville) Highest Game Score: 38 at La Salle, 10/15/02 Most Points Scored, 3-Game Match (through 2000): 50 vs. James Madison, 1995 (17-15, 18-16, 15-11) Most Points Scored, 3-Game Match (since 2001): 93 vs. UNC Wilmington, 10/11/02 Most Points Scored, 4-Game Match (since 2001): 129 vs. VCU, 11/11/06 (30-19, 33-31, 36-38, 30-19) Most Points Scored, 4-Game Match (through 2000): 64 vs. North Dakota, 1989 (16-18, 15-10, 18-16, 15-8) Most Points Scored, 5-Game Match (since 2001): 137 vs. La Salle, 10/15/02 (38-36, 27-30, 27-30, 30-27, 15-9) Most Points Scored, 5-Game Match (through 2000): 77 vs Loyola, 1997 (14-16, 15-10, 16-18, 15-8, 17-15) Least Points Allowed, 3-Game Match (since 2001): 30 vs. Morgan State, 9/25/12 (25-5, 25-13, 25-12) Least Points Allowed, 3-Game Match (through 2000): 4 vs. Maine, 1999 (15-1, 15-1, 15-2) Least Points Allowed, 4-Game Match (since 2001): 70 vs. Georgia State, 11/13/10 (18-25, 25-13, 25-20, 25-12) Least Points Allowed, 4-Game Match (through 2000): 20 vs. Fairleigh Dickinson, 1997 (15-1, 15-1, 4-15, 15-3) Least Points Allowed, 5-Game Match (since 2001): 97 vs. Saint Louis, 9/15/12 (25-21, 25-11, 21-25, 11-25, 17-15) Least Points Allowed, 5-Game Match (through 2000): 47 vs. Fairleigh Dickinson, 1990 (4-15, 13-15, 15-6, 15-3, 15-8) Game Shutouts: 28 times (most recent, 15-0 vs. Fairleigh Dickinson, 4th game, 10/20/95) Consecutive Games With A Shutout: 2 vs. Catonsville CC, 1973 Game Shutout By Opponent: 8 times (most recent, 0-15 vs. Akron, 9/22/89)

KATIE DENNEHY

Blue Hen Volleyball Football

All-Time All-Americans Records

SINGLE MATCH RECORDS Most Kills 1. 34 2. 32 3. 31 4. 30 5. 29 6. 28 7. 27 27 27 27

STEPHANIE BARRY

Sarah Engle (2) vs. Villanova, 10/28/03 (12 K, 19 A, 19 D) vs. Virginia Commonwealth, 11/8/03 (14 K, 32 A, 15 D) Sadie Bjornstad (2) vs. West Virginia, 9/24/99 (12 K, 61 A, 18 D) vs. Stony Brook, 9/24/99 (10 K, 46 A, 14 D) Karen Kunselman (1) vs. Radford, 9/21/96 (22 K, 12 D, 11 B)

Renee DuFlon .....vs. So.Connecticut, 1979 (2 games) Colleen Walsh ......vs. William & Mary, 11/10/06 (5) Katie Hank .....................vs. Pittsburgh, 9/17/11 (5) Colleen Walsh ........vs. William & Mary, 10/6/07 (5) Sue Sowter ...........................vs. Maryland, 1977 (5) Colleen Walsh ........vs. Texas-Arlington, 9/26/06 (4) Colleen Walsh .......................vs. VCU, 11/11/06 (4) Colleen Walsh ..................vs. Kent State, 9/1/06 (4) Valerie Murphy ........................ vs. Iona, 9/4/04 (4) Joanna Dusza ..................... vs. Loyola, 9/12/97 (5)

Best Hitting Pct. (Minimum 9 Attempts) 1. .909 Donna Methvin (10-0-11) .............................vs. JMU, 10/22/80 (2 gm.) .909 Donna Methvin (10-0-11) ...................................vs. Rider, 11/12/82 (2) .909 Sue Sowter (10-0-11) ......................... vs. W. Maryland, 10/1/82 (2) 4. .900 Alecia Henry (9-0-10) ................................... vs. Iona, 10/27/84 (2) 5. .889 Sue Sowter (8-0-9) ................................ vs. Immaculata, 1977 (3) 6. .833 Allison Hunter (10-0-12) ........................... vs. N. Hampshire, 10/13/00 7. .818 Karen Kunselman (9-0-11) ............................... vs. Hartford, 10/8/94 (3) .818 Phoebe Folke (9-0-11) .................................... vs. Loyola, 9/4/92 (3) Note: K.T. Nieradka, 1.000 (8-0-8) vs. Holy Cross, 10/2/93 (3) Most Service Aces 1. 10 Pam Chorley .................. vs. Lehigh, 1980 (4 games) 2. 9 Jennifer Wanner ............. vs. Villanova, 9/20/00 (5) 9 Colleen Walsh ................. vs. Howard, 10/26/04 (3) 4. 8 Mary Wisnewski ..................vs. Springfield, 1977 (2) 8 Lisa Szczerba .....................vs. Rutgers, 9/22/89 (4) 8 Julie Earhart ................... vs. Furman, 10/20/89 (3) 8 Pam Chorley ..........vs. Franklin & Marshall, 1980 (4) 8 Stephanie Tull ........ vs. James Madison, 10/3/81 (2)

All-Time Triple-Doubles (Combination of 10+ Kills, Blocks, Assists, Digs)

All-Time 20-20 Performances (20 kills/20 digs)

Most Digs 1. 52 2. 46 3. 45 4. 44 5. 41 6. 40 40 40 9. 38 38

Karen Beegle ....... vs. Princeton, 9/23/90 (5 games) Steph Barry ...........vs. William & Mary, 10/6/07 (5) Kathy Shaw ........... vs. James Madison, 9/21/94 (5) Sue Diener ............. vs. James Madison, 9/21/94 (5) Karen Beegle ......................... vs. UMBC, 9/6/91 (5) Joanna Dusza ..........vs. Northeastern, 10/12/96 (5) Taylor Govaars.................... vs. Hofstra, 9/25/03 (4) Ariel Shonk...................vs. Penn, 9/19/12 (5) Taylor Govaars ................ vs. Princeton, 9/25/04 (5) Karen Beegle ................vs. Providence, 10/7/89 (5)

Most Assists 1. 75 Sadie Bjornstad ......vs. Towson, 11/11/98 (5 games) 2. 72 Nikki Brassell ................... vs. Lehigh, 10/20/95 (5 ) 3. 70 Paige Harrison .........vs. Northeastern, 10/12/96 (5) 4. 69 Megan Welch .........vs. William & Mary, 11/8/07 (4) 69 Megan Welch .......vs. William & Mary, 11/10/06 (4) 69 Megan Welch ...................vs. Kent State, 9/1/06 (4) 69 Allison Hunter .................... vs. LaSalle, 9/27/03 (5) 8. 68 Megan Welch .........vs. Texas-Arlington, 9/26/06 (4) 9. 67 Megan Welch .........vs. George Mason, 10/14/06 (4) 67 Megan Welch ................... vs. Hofstra, 11/18/06 (5) 67 Allison Hunter .......... vs. Loyola (MD), 10/22/02 (4) 67 Mackenzie Olsen .........vs. Penn, 9/19/12 (5)

Joanna Dusza (7) vs. LaSalle, 10/27/99 (25/21) vs. Coastal Carolina, 8/30/97 (22/23) vs. Loyola, 9/12/97 (27/32) vs. Towson, 11/12/97 (23/23) vs. William & Mary, 11/15/97 (20/31) vs. New Hampshire, 11/15/97 (25/22) vs. Northeastern, 10/12/96 (22/40) Kelly Gibson (7) vs. Hofstra, 10/12/07 (20/20) vs. Northeastern, 10/14/07 (20/23) vs. Kent State, 9/1/06 (24/32) vs. Wisconsin-Green Bay, 9/2/06 (21/21) vs. Towson, 10/20/06 (20/29) vs. Northeastern, 10/28/06 (22/24) vs. Hofstra, 11/18/06 (25/24) Alissa Alker (3) vs. James Madison, 11/11/11 (24/21) vs. Penn, 9/19/12 (20/36) vs, Northeastern, 10/19/12 (21/26) Kathy Shaw (3) vs. Hofstra, 11/20/94 (20/37) vs. James Madison, 9/21/94 (20/45) vs. Northeastern, 11/15/92 (21/23) Sue Diener (2) vs. Connecticut, 10/30/93 (20/32) vs. Princeton, 10/16/94 (25/28) Claire McCormack (1) vs. Temple, 9/14/04 (22/22) Emily Rome (1) vs. Drexel, 11/14/93 (22/24)

Most Blocks 1. 15 Karen Elterich .............vs. NY Tech, 10/4/85 (3 gm.) 2. 14 Robin Prince ................... vs. Villanova, 9/12/89 (5) 14 Paige Erickson ................... vs. Towson, 9/24/10 (4) 4. 13 Chelsea Lawrence.................. vs. UNCW, 10/5/12 (5) 13 Jennifer Wanner .................. vs. UNH, 10/31/98 (4) 13 Jerelyn Lawson ....................vs. Navy, 10/22/91 (4) 7. 12 Paige Erickson ....... vs. James Madison, 9/29/07 (4) 12 Alecia Henry ....................... vs. Drexel, 10/2/84 (4) 9. 11 Cameo Neeman ................. vs. Towson, 10/3/00 (5) 11 Robin Prince ..................... vs. Drexel, 10/28/89 (5) 11 Karen Kunselman ............. vs. Radford, 9/21/96 (5) 11 Emily Rome ........... vs. James Madison, 9/21/94 (5) 11 Emily Rome ....................... vs. Hofstra, 10/2/94 (4) 11 Karen Kunselman ..........vs. Syracuse, 10/30/93 (5) 11 Julie Earhart ...................... vs. Towson, 10/5/89 (5)

SADIE BJORNSTAD

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Blue BlueHen HenFootball Volleyball SINGLE SEASON RECORDS Most Matches Played (Since 1982) 1. Valann Benner........................... 1982 .........................49 Stephanie Tull............................ 1982 .........................49 Ilene Fischman .......................... 1982 .........................49 4. Kim Grinnell.............................. 1982 .........................48 Donna Methvin.......................... 1982 .........................48 Valanne Benner......................... 1983 .........................48 Alecia Henry.............................. 1983 .........................48 Susan Striby .............................. 1983 .........................48 Karen Kunselman ...................... 1994 .........................48 Nikki Brassell ............................ 1994 .........................48 K.T. Nieradka ............................ 1994 .........................48 Most Games Played (Since 1985) 1. K.T. Nieradka ............................ 1994 .......................168 2. Nikki Brassell ............................ 1994 .......................166 Emily Rome............................... 1994 .......................166 4. Phoebe Folke ............................ 1992 .......................165 5. Karen Kunselman ...................... 1994 .......................160 6. Jill Graber ................................. 1991 .......................155 7. Julie Earhart.............................. 1989 .......................153 8. Phoebe Folke ............................ 1991 .......................152 Jessica Crook............................. 1989 .......................152 Hitting Percentage (Min. 200 Attacks) 1. Donna Methvin.......................... 1982 ..................... .431 2. Karen Kunselman ...................... 1995 ..................... .416 3. Karen Kunselman ...................... 1996 ..................... .403 4. Renee DuFlon............................ 1979 ..................... .401 5. Julie Earhart.............................. 1986 ..................... .396 6. Alecia Henry.............................. 1984 ..................... .395 7. Sue Sowter ................................ 1976 ..................... .390 8. Donna Methvin.......................... 1981 ..................... .367 9. Karen Kunselman ...................... 1994 ..................... .364 10. Jill Simpson............................... 1987 ..................... .350 Most Attack Attempts 1. Colleen Walsh............................ 2007 ....................1,530 2. Colleen Walsh............................ 2006 ....................1,416 3. Sarah Fowler ............................. 1992 ....................1,365 4. Joanna Dusza............................ 1996 ....................1,347

All-Time All-Americans Records 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Kelly Gibson .............................. 2006 ....................1,302 Colleen Walsh............................ 2005 ....................1,292 Katie Dennehy........................... 2008 ....................1,277 Kathy Shaw............................... 1994 ....................1,252 Joanna Dusza............................ 1997 ....................1,228 Karen Kunselman ...................... 1996 ....................1,200

Most Kills 1. Karen Kunselman ...................... 1996 .......................603 2. Colleen Walsh............................ 2007 .......................564 3. Colleen Walsh............................ 2006 .......................558 4. Kelly Gibson .............................. 2006 .......................505 5. Joanna Dusza............................ 1996 .......................480 6. Renee DuFlon............................ 1979 .......................461 7. Sue Landefeld ........................... 1986 .......................450 8. Valerie Murphy.......................... 2004 .......................436 9. Kathy Shaw............................... 1994 .......................435 10. Sarah Fowler ............................. 1992 .......................421 Most Kills Per Game 1. Colleen Walsh............................ 2006 ........................4.8 2. Colleen Walsh............................ 2007 ........................4.3 3. Kelly Gibson .............................. 2006 ........................4.3 4. Karen Kunselman ...................... 1996 ........................4.2 5. Cameo Neeman......................... 2001 ........................3.7 Val Murphy ............................... 2004 ........................3.7 7. Joanna Dusza............................ 1997 ........................3.6 8. Joanna Dusza............................ 1996 ........................3.5 Sue Landefeld ........................... 1986 ........................3.5 10. Colleen Walsh............................ 2005 ........................3.4 Jennifer Wanner........................ 1999 ........................3.4 Renee DuFlon............................ 1979 ........................3.4 Most Service Aces 1. Pam Chorley.............................. 1980 .......................125 2. Renee DuFlon............................ 1979 .......................107 3. Sue Sowter ................................ 1976 .........................87 4. Pam Chorley.............................. 1978 .........................78 5. Sue Landefeld ........................... 1984 .........................69 Sue Landefeld ........................... 1979 .........................69 7. Rose Ann Scanlon ...................... 1984 .........................66 Cindy Hayford ........................... 1981 .........................66 9. Karin Elterich............................. 1985 .........................65 Lori Gabbert.............................. 1985 .........................65 Donna Methvin.......................... 1980 .........................65 Most Digs (Since 1984) 1. Stephanie Barry ........................ 2007 .......................831 2. Kathy Shaw............................... 1994 .......................716 3. Stephanie Barry ........................ 2008 .......................682 4. Joanna Dusza............................ 1996 .......................655 5. Greta Gibboney ......................... 2010 .......................654 6. Taylor Govaars .......................... 2004 .......................636 Karen Beegle............................. 1990 .......................636 8. Ariel Shonk............................ 2012 ......................619 9. Heather Ranck........................... 2005 .......................614 10. Heather Ranck........................... 2006 .......................585

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KAREN KUNSELMAN

Most Digs Per Game (Since 1984) 1. Stephanie Barry ........................ 2007 ......................6.39 2. Ariel Shonk............................ 2012 .....................5.68 3. Greta Gibboney ......................... 2010 ......................5.50 4. Taylor Govaars .......................... 2004 ......................5.39 5. Stephanie Barry ........................ 2008 ......................5.33 6. Heather Ranck........................... 2005 ......................5.25 7. Stephanie Barry ........................ 2009 ......................5.13 8. Heather Ranck........................... 2006 ......................5.00

9. 10.

Joanna Dusza............................ 1996 ......................4.82 Kathy Shaw............................... 1994.......................4.77

Most Assists (Since 1985) 1. Megan Welch............................. 2007 .....................1714 2. Nikki Brassell ............................ 1994 .....................1695 3. Megan Welch............................. 2006 .....................1570 4. Paige Harrison........................... 1996 .....................1552 5. Nikki Brassell ............................ 1993 .....................1449 6. Jill Graber ................................. 1992 .....................1440 7. Allison Lutz................................ 2004 .....................1353 8. Renee Tomko............................. 2011......................1322 9. Jess Chason............................... 2010 .....................1224 10. Paige Harrison........................... 1997 .....................1216 Most Assists Per Game (Since 1985) 1. Megan Welch............................. 2006 ......................13.4 2. Megan Welch............................. 2007 ......................13.2 3. Allison Lutz................................ 2004 ......................11.8 Paige Harrison........................... 1996 ......................11.8 5. Megan Welch............................. 2005 ......................10.9 6. Allison Hunter............................ 2002 ......................10.8 7. Renee Tomko............................. 2011.......................10.6 8. Jess Chason............................... 2010 ......................10.4 9. Sadie Bjornstad ......................... 1999 ......................10.4 10. Jess Chason............................... 2009 ......................10.2 Most Blocks (Since 1984) 1. Phoebe Folke ............................ 1992 .......................193 Karen Kunselman ...................... 1996 .......................193 3. Karen Kunselman ...................... 1994 .......................171 4. Robin Prince.............................. 1989 .......................170 5. Alecia Henry.............................. 1984 .......................160 6. Paige Erickson ........................... 2010 .......................145 7. Paige Erickson ........................... 2007 .......................144 8. Emily Rome............................... 1994 .......................141 9. Jerelyn Lawson.......................... 1991 .......................135 10. Phoebe Folke ............................ 1991 .......................133

Blue Hen Volleyball Football CAREER RECORDS Most Matches Played (Since 1982) 1. Emily Rome.............................1992-95 .....................166 2. Karen Kunselman ....................1993-96 .....................164 Nikki Brassell ..........................1992-95 .....................164 4. Jerelyn Lawson........................1989-92 .....................159 5. Julie Earhart............................1986-89 .....................155 6. Karen Beegle...........................1988-91 .....................154 7. Lori Gabbert............................1982-85 .....................151 8. Sue Landefeld .........................1983-86 .....................150 9. Jennifer Stock .........................1991-94 .....................141 Carlyn Cangiano ......................1994-98 .....................141 Sadie Bjornstad .......................1996-99 .....................141 Most Consecutive Matches Played 1. Paige Erickson .........................2007-10 .....................132 Greta Gibboney .......................2007-10 .....................132 2. Stephanie Barry ......................2006-09 .....................130 Kim Stewart.............................2008-11 .....................130 Most Games Played (Since 1985) 1. Emily Rome.............................1992-95 .....................568 2. Karen Beegle...........................1988-91 .....................562 3. Jerelyn Lawson........................1989-92 .....................547 4. Nikki Brassell ..........................1992-95 .....................545 5. Karen Kunselman ....................1993-96 .....................526 6. Julie Earhart............................1986-89 .....................509 7. Greta Gibboney .......................2007-10 .....................490 Paige Erickson .........................2007-10 .....................490 9. Stephanie Barry ......................2006-09 .....................488 10. Colleen Walsh..........................2004-07 .....................482 Hitting Percentage (Since 1978) 1. Renee DuFlon..........................1976-79 ................... .386 2. Karen Kunselman ....................1993-96 ................... .379 3. Donna Methvin........................1979-82 ................... .368 4. Alecia Henry............................1982-84 ................... .352 5. Karin Elterich...........................1984-85 ................... .298 6. Michelle LaLonde.....................2006-09 ................... .294 7. Lori Gabbert............................1982-85 ................... .280 8. Jessica Crook...........................1989-90 ................... .279 9. Stephanie Tull..........................1981-82 ................... .273 10. Paige Harrison.........................1994-97 ................... .270

All-Time All-Americans Records

Kills 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Colleen Walsh..........................2004-07 ..................1,856 Katie Dennehy.........................2007-10 ..................1,560 Karen Kunselman ....................1993-96 ..................1,553 Jennifer Wanner..................... 1997- 00..................1,357 Joanna Dusza..........................1995-99 ..................1,342 Alissa Alker .............................2009-12 ..................1,319 Renee DuFlon..........................1976-79 ..................1,283 Kelly Gibson ............................2005-09 ..................1,280 Cameo Neeman.......................1998-01 ..................1,269 Valerie Murphy........................2001-04 ..................1,265

Kills Per Game 1. Colleen Walsh..........................2004-07 ....................3.85 2. Joanne Dusza..........................1995-99 ....................3.35 3. Katie Dennehy.........................2007-10 ....................3.24 4. Val Murphy .............................2001-04 ....................3.17 5. Cameo Neeman.......................1998-01 ....................3.05 6. Karen Kunselsman...................1993-96 ....................2.95 7. Jennifer Wanner......................1997-00 ....................2.92 8. Alissa Alker .............................2009-12 ....................2.83 9. Carlyn Cangiano ......................1994-98 ....................2.80 10. Renee DuFlon..........................1976-79 ....................2.79 Service Aces 1. Pam Chorley............................1978-80 .....................258 2. Lori Gabber.............................1982-85 .....................244 3. Julie Earhart............................1986-89 .....................225 4. Sue Landefeld .........................1983-86 .....................197 5. Renee DuFlon..........................1976-79 .....................172 6. Nikki Brassell ..........................1992-95 .....................165 7. Emily Rome.............................1992-95 .....................161 8. Karen Beegle...........................1988-91 .....................157 9. Claire McCormack....................2003-06 .....................140 10. Kelly Gibson ............................2005-09 .....................138 K.T. Nieradka ..........................1991-94 .....................138 Jennifer Stock .........................1991-94 .....................138 Digs (Since 1984) 1. Stephanie Barry ......................2006-09 ..................2,401 2. Karen Beegle...........................1988-91 ..................1,841 3. Joanna Dusza..........................1995-99 ..................1,688 4. Taylor Govaars ........................2001-04 ..................1,630 5. Kathy Shaw.............................1992-94 ..................1,607 6. Heather Ranck.........................2003-06 ..................1,556 7. Carlyn Cangiano ......................1994-98 ..................1,455 8. Greta Gibboney .......................2007-10 ..................1,444 9. Kim Stewart.............................2008-11 ..................1,439 10. Kelly Gibson ............................2005-09 ..................1,411

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COLLEEN WALSH

Attack Attempts 1. Colleen Walsh..........................2004-07 ..................5,132 2. Katie Dennehy.........................2007-10 ..................4,518 3. Joanna Dusza..........................1995-99 ..................3,859 4. Alissa Alker .............................2009-12 ..................3,754 5. Kelly Gibson ............................2005-09 ..................3,615 6. Karen Beegle...........................1988-91 ..................3,603 7. Emily Rome.............................1992-95 ..................3,461 8. Karen Kunselman ....................1993-96 ..................3,371 9. Jennifer Wanner......................1997-00 ..................3,235 10. Carlyn Cangiano ......................1994-98 ..................3,179

Digs Per Game (Since 1984) 1. Stephanie Barry ......................2006-09 ....................4.92 2. Joanna Dusza..........................1995-99 ....................4.22 3. Kathy Shaw.............................1992-94 ....................4.09 4. Carlyn Cangiano ......................1994-98 ....................3.97

5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Taylor Govaars ........................2001-04 ....................3.85 Kristen Merrill .........................1996-99 ....................3.62 Heather Ranck.........................2003-06 ....................3.55 Sue Diener ..............................1992-95 ....................3.39 Karen Beegle...........................1988-91 ....................3.27 Erica Falkowski........................1995-96 ....................3.27

Assists (Since 1984) 1. Nikki Brassell ..........................1992-95 ..................4,538 2. Megan Welch...........................2004-07 ..................4,253 3. Jess Chason.............................2007-10 ..................3,563 4. Allison Hunter..........................2000-03 ..................3,269 5. Paige Harrison.........................1994-97 ..................3,063 6. Sadie Bjornstad .......................1996-99 ..................2,571 7. Jill Graber ...............................1990-92 ..................2,402 8. Allison Lutz..............................2004-05 ..................1,839 9. Renee Tomko...........................2009-11 ..................1,397 10. Mary Yelsh ..............................1988-90 ..................1,260 Assists Per Game (Since 1984) 1. Megan Welch...........................2004-07 ..................11.78 2. Paige Harrison ........................1994-97 ..................10.67 3. Allison Lutz .............................2004-05 ..................10.07 4. Allison Hunter..........................2000-03 ....................9.44 5. Nikki Brassell ..........................1992-95 ....................8.33 6. Jess Chason.............................2007-10 ....................8.06 7. Renee Tomko...........................2008-11 ....................7.47 8. Jill Grabe ................................1990-92 ....................7.06 9. Sadie Bjornstad .......................1996-99 ....................5.47 10. Kara Maley .............................1983-86 ....................4.89 Blocks (Since 1984) 1. Karen Kunselman ....................1993-96 .....................491 2. Piage Erickson .........................2007-10 .....................464 3. Emily Rome.............................1992-95 .....................456 4. Jennifer Wanner......................1997-00 .....................417 5. Jerelyn Lawson........................1989-92 .....................416 6. Julie Earhart............................1986-89 .....................398 7. Niecy Taylor ............................2002-05 .....................380 8. Phoebe Folke ..........................1990-92 .....................359 9. Robin Prince............................1988-91 .....................356 10. Michelle LaLonde.....................2006-09 .....................345

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Blue BlueHen HenFootball Volleyball AVCA All-American Stephanie Barry .....Honorable Mention.......2007 Stephanie Barry .....Honorable Mention.......2008 Greta Gibboney ......Honorable Mention.......2010 AVCA All-District I Karen Kunselman ..........First Team .............1995 Karen Kunselman ..........First Team .............1996 Stephanie Barry ............First Team .............2007 Colleen Walsh.........Honorable Mention.......2007 Stephanie Barry ............First Team .............2008 Greta Gibboney .............First Team .............2010 Alissa Alker ............Honorable Mention.......2011 Conference Player of the Year Kathy Shaw ......................NAC..................1994 Karen Kunselman ............... AE ..................1995 Colleen Walsh.................... CAA ..................2007 Conference Setter of the Year Megan Welch..................... CAA ..................2007 Jess Chason ...................... CAA ..................2009 Jess Chason....................... CAA ..................2010 Renee Tomko..................... CAA ..................2011 Conference Defensive Specialist of the Year Stephanie Barry ................ CAA ..................2007 Stephanie Barry ................ CAA ..................2008 Greta Gibboney ................. CAA ..................2010 Ariel Shonk ....................... CAA ..................2012 Conference Rookie of the Year Kim Stewart....................... CAA ..................2008 Conference Coach of the Year Barb Viera......................... ECC ..................1986 Barb Viera.........................NAC..................1992 Barb Viera.........................NAC..................1994 Barb Viera.........................NAC..................1995 Bonnie Kenny.................... CAA ..................2004 Bonnie Kenny.................... Kenny CAA ..................2007 2007 Bonnie Kenny.................... CAA ..................2008 Bonnie Kenny.................... CAA ..................2010 All-Conference East Coast Conference Donna Methvin..............First Team .............1982 Debbie Blair ..................First Team .............1982 Susan Striby ..................First Team .............1983 Alecia Henry..................First Team .............1983 Alecia Henry..................First Team .............1984 Lori Gabbert............... Second Team ...........1985 Sue Landefeld ............ Second Team ...........1985 Sun Landefeld ............ Second Team ...........1986 Jeanne Dyson............. Second Team ...........1986 Jill Simpson...................First Team .............1987 Betsy Cullings ............. Second Team ...........1987 Helen Mackrides............First Team .............1988 Debbie Delaney.......... Second Team ...........1988 Julie Earhart............... Second Team ...........1988 Julie Earhart..................First Team .............1989 Robin Prince............... Second Team ...........1989 Robin Prince............... Second Team ...........1990 Pheobe Folke.................First Team .............1991 North Atlantic Conference/America East Pheobe Folke.................First Team .............1992 Emily Rome...................First Team .............1993 Kathy Shaw...................First Team .............1994 Nikki Brassel .................First Team .............1994 Karen Kunselman ..........First Team .............1995 Emily Rome...................First Team .............1995 Nikki Brassel .................First Team .............1995 Karen Kunselman ..........First Team .............1996

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Joanna Dusza................First Team .............1996 Joanna Dusza................First Team .............1997 Paige Harrison............ Second Team ...........1997 Carlyn Cangiano ............First Team .............1998 Jennifer Wanner......... Second Team ...........1998 Jennifer Wanner............First Team .............1999 Joanna Dusza............. Second Team ...........1999 Jennifer Wanner............First Team .............2000 Cameo Neeman......Honorable Mention.......2000 Colonial Athletic Association Cameo Neeman.......... Second Team ...........2001 Valerie Murphy........... Second Team ...........2003 Valerie Murphy..............First Team .............2004 Taylor Govaars ........... Second Team ...........2004 Colleen Walsh............. Second Team ...........2005 Colleen Walsh............. Second Team ...........2006 Kelly Gibson ..................First Team .............2006 Stephanie Barry ............First Team .............2007 Colleen Walsh................First Team .............2007 Megan Welch.................First Team .............2007 Kelly Gibson .................Third Team.............2007 Stephanie Barry ............First Team .............2008 Katie Dennehy............ Second Team ...........2008 Kim Stewart..................Third Team.............2008 Jess Chason...................First Team .............2009 Stephanie Barry ............First Team .............2009 Kim Stewart................ Second Team ...........2009 Katie Dennehy..............Third Team.............2009 Jess Chason...................First Team .............2010 Katie Dennehy...............First Team .............2010 Greta Gibboney .............First Team .............2010 Alissa Alker ..................Third Team.............2010 Paige Erickson ..............Third Team ............2010 Alissa Alker ...................First Team .............2011 Chelsea Lawrence ....... Second Team ...........2011 Kim Stewart..................Third Team.............2011 Renee Tomko.................First Team .............2011 Alissa Alker ...................First Team .............2012 Chelsea Lawrence ....... Second Team ...........2012 Ariel Shonk ..................Third Third Team.............2012 Team 2012 All-Rookie North Atlantic Conference/America East Allison Hunter.............................................2000 Colonial Athletic Association Allison Lutz.................................................2004 Colleen Walsh.............................................2004 Kelly Gibson ...............................................2005 Michelle LaLonde........................................2006 Kelly Matthias ............................................2006 Katie Dennehy............................................2007 Elena Delle Donne ......................................2008 Kim Stewart................................................2008 Alissa Alker ...............................................2009 Ariel Shonk ................................................2012 Mackenzie Olsen.........................................2012 All-Tournament Ingrid Loewrigkeit ......................................1988 Phoebe Folke..............................................1991 Jill Graber ..................................................1992 Kathy Shaw* ..............................................1992 Liz Herman ................................................1993 Emily Rome................................................1993 Emily Rome* ..............................................1994 Kathy Shaw................................................1994 Nikki Brassell .............................................1995 Emily Rome................................................1995 Erica Falkowski...........................................1996 Karen Kunselman ......................................1996 Rebecca Colenda.........................................1997 Amy Carroll................................................1999

All-Time All-Americans Honors Cameo Neeman..........................................2001 Taylor Govaars ..........................................2004 Valerie Murphy...........................................2004 Kelly Gibson ...............................................2007 Colleen Walsh.............................................2007 Megan Welch*............................................2007 Stephanie Barry .........................................2008 Jess Chason* ..............................................2008 Katie Dennehy............................................2008 Stephanie Barry .........................................2009 Alissa Alker ................................................2010 Katie Dennehy*..........................................2010 Kim Stewart................................................2010 Alissa Alker ................................................2011 Kim Stewart*..............................................2011 Renee Tomko..............................................2011 Alissa Alker ................................................2012 Chelsea Lawrence .......................................2012 *also named Most Outstanding Player Delaware Team MVP’s Susan Sowter..............................................1976 Susan Sowter..............................................1977 Renee DuFlon.............................................1978 Renee DuFlon.............................................1979 Pam Chorley...............................................1980 Donna Methvin...........................................1981 Donn Methvin.............................................1982 Susan Striby ...............................................1983 Alecia Henry...............................................1984 Lori Gabbert...............................................1985 Sue Landefeld ............................................1986 Betsy Cullings .............................................1987 Helen Mackrides.........................................1988 Julie Earhert...............................................1989 Lee Tevebaugh ...........................................1990 Jill Graber ..................................................1991 Jill Graber ..................................................1992 Emily Rome................................................1993 Kathy Shaw................................................1994 Emily Rome................................................1995 Rome 1995 Karen Kunselman .......................................1996 Joanna Dusza.............................................1997 Kristen Merrill ............................................1998 Jennifer Wanner.........................................1999 Heather Ness..............................................2000 Cameo Neeman..........................................2001 Valerie Murphy...........................................2002 Valerie Murphy...........................................2003 Valerie Murphy...........................................2004 Heather Ranck............................................2005 Kelly Gibson ...............................................2006 Colleen Walsh.............................................2007 Stephanie Barry .........................................2008 Stephanie Barry .........................................2009 Jess Chason / Greta Gibboney ....................2010 Kim Stewart................................................2011 Alissa Alker ................................................2012 Delaware Team Sportsmanship Award Niecy Taylor ..............................................2003 Niecy Taylor ...............................................2004 Kristine Gneiss............................................2005 Kristine Gneiss............................................2006 Megan Welch..............................................2007 Greta Gibboney ..........................................2008 Jess Chason................................................2009 Greta Gibboney ..........................................2010 UD Outstanding Senior Female Athlete Renee DuFlon........................................1979-80 Emily Rome...........................................1995-96 Colleen Walsh........................................2007-08 Jess Chason...........................................2009-10

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GTE/CoSIDA Dist. II Academic All-American Robin Prince..................First Team .............1989 Emily Rome...................First Team .............1995 Lee Tevebaug ............. Second Team ...........1990 Colleen Walsh................First Team .............2007 Stephanie Barry ......... Second Team ...........2009 Michelle LaLonde........ Second Team ...........2009 Conference Scholar-Athlete of the Year Kathy Shaw.......................NAC..................1994 Colleen Walsh.................... CAA ..................2007 Stephanie Barry ................ CAA ..................2009 UD’s NCAA Woman of the Year Kathy Shaw* .........................................1994-95 Emily Rome...........................................1995-96 Colleen Walsh........................................2007-08 * also State of Delaware Winner Mary Ann Hitchens Award Colleen Walsh.............................................2007 Michelle LaLonde........................................2009 Greta Gibboney ..........................................2010 UD’s ECAC Medal of Merit Award Colleen Walsh.............................................2007 UD’s Student Services for Athletes Outstanding Contributor Award Colleen Walsh.............................................2007 CAA 25th Anniversary Team Stephanie Barry .........................................2009 Colleen Walsh.............................................2009 Megan Welch..............................................2009 Operation Blue Hen Spirit Award Kim Stewart................................................2010 UD Athletics Hall of Fame Barb Viera..................................................2003 Sue Sowter Stauffer....................................2007 Emily Rome................................................2012 Renee DuFlon.............................................2012

Blue Hen Volleyball Football 1972 Record: 18-13 Coach: Susana G.Occhi Captains: Kathy Argo, Karen B Wolfe Results not available 1973 Record: 14-6-2 Coach: Barbara Viera Captains: Wendy Sorrick, Mary Wisniewski Franklin & Marshall .................. W 2-0 Western Maryland .................... W 2-0 Trenton State............................ W 2-0 Towson State ..............................L 1-2 Maryland ................................. W 2-0 Catonsville CC........................... W 2-0 Maryland ...................................L 1-2 Lincoln ..................................... W 2-0 $Catonsville CC......................... W 2-0 $Salisbury..................................L 0-2 $Towson State ............................L 1-2 $Westfield................................ W 2-0 #Salisbury..................................T 1-1 #Prince George CC .................... W 2-0 #James Madison....................... W 2-0 #Maryland .................................L 0-2 !Southern Connecticut .................L 0-2 !Oneonta....................................T 1-1 !Clarion.................................... W 2-0 !Maine-Presque Isle .................. W 2-0 !Bridgewater State.................... W 2-0 !Boston State............................ W 2-0

$ Salisbury Invitational (3rd) # Essex Invitational (2nd) ! EAIAW Regional 1974 Record: 18-6-1 Coach: Barbara Viera Captain: Mary Wisniewski Penn ........................................ W 2-0 Temple ..................................... W 2-0 William Paterson ...................... W 2-0 Trenton .................................... W 2-1 Salisbury State ...........................L 0-2 Cheyney State .......................... W 2-0 Towson State ..............................L 0-2 Maryland ...................................L 0-2 Ursinus..................................... W 2-0 Penn State................................ W 2-0 Catonsville CC........................... W 2-0 #Eastern Mennonite.................. W 2-1 #Duke...................................... W 2-1 #North Carolina........................ W 2-1 # James Madison...................... W 2-1 $Fairleigh Dickinson ................. W 2-0 $Cornell ................................... W 2-0 $Catonsville CC...........................T 1-1 $Penn State.............................. W 2-0 $ Salisbury State ........................L 1-2 !SUNY Brockport....................... W 2-0

!Westfield State ........................ W 2-0 !Indiana (Pa.).............................L 0-2 !Edinboro State......................... W 2-0 !SUNY Brockport.........................L 0-2

# Madison Invitational (T-1st) $ Princeton Invitational ! EAIAW Regional at Newark, Del. 1975 Record: 22-15 Coach: Barbara Viera Captains: Mary Wisniewski, Dorothy Fenerc Franklin & Marshall .................. W 2-1 at William Paterson................... W 3-0 Trenton State............................ W 2-0 at Salisbury State .......................L 0-2 at East Stroudsburg.....................L 0-2 Ithaca ...................................... W 2-1 at Cheyney State ...................... W 2-1 *William & Mary ...................... W 2-0 *Penn State.............................. W 2-0 *Salisbury State........................ W 2-1 *East Stroudsburg.......................L 1-2 *Salisbury State........................ W 2-1 at Maryland ...............................L 1-2 $ Maryland ................................L 1-2 $Queens (Canada)......................L 0-2 $York (Canada)..........................L 1-2 $Princeton................................ W 2-0 $Salisbury State ....................... W 2-0 at Ursinus................................. W 2-1 ^Central Connecticut................. W 2-0 ^Buffalo ....................................TT 1-1 &Queens .................................. W 2-0 &Central Connecticut................. W 2-0 &Ithaca.................................... W 2-0 &Springfield...............................L 0-2 at Catonsville............................ W 2-0 Arundel.................................... W 2-0 Temple ..................................... W 2-0 Towson State ............................ W 2-0 !Edinboro ................................. W 2-0 !Towson State .............................L 1-2 !Princeton ................................ W 2-0 !Edinboro ................................. W 2-0 !Maryland................................ W 2-0 !Cortland State ...........................L 0-2 %Lamar .....................................L 0-2 %Michigan State.........................L 0-2 % Eastern Kentucky ....................L 0-2 % New Mexico State ...................L 0-2 % Cal State Long Beach...............L 0-2

*Delaware Invitational (3rd) $ Princeton Invitational (4th) ^ Brooklyn Invit Pool Play (Does not count in record) & Brooklyn Invitational (2nd) ! EAIAWRegional at S.Conn.St. (2nd) % AIAW Championship at Princeton, N.J.

All-Time All-Americans Results 1976 Record: 32-9-1 Coach: Barbara Viera Captains:Susan Sowter, Kizzie Mailander, Mary Wisniewski Franklin & Marshall .................. W 3-0 William Paterson ...................... W 3-0 Trenton .................................... W 2-1 Catonsville................................ W 2-0 Salisbury State ......................... W 2-0 Salisbury State ......................... W 2-0 Maryland ................................. W 2-1 Western Ontario .........................L 0-2 Princeton.................................. W 2-1 Rutgers .................................... W 2-1 Ursinus..................................... W 2-0 Queens College......................... W 2-0 Pittsburgh ..................................L 0-2 American.................................. W 2-0 Rhode Island ............................ W 2-0 Maryland ...................................L 1-2 Pittsburgh ..................................L 0-2 Oneonta................................... W 2-0 Brockport...................................T 1-1 Brooklyn.................................. W 2-0 Central Connecticut ................... W 2-0 Temple ..................................... W 2-0 Springfield ............................... W 2-0 Temple ..................................... W 2-1 Ithaca ........................................L 0-2 Maryland ................................. W 2-0 Southern Connecticut ..................L 1-2 Massachusetts........................... W 2-0 Bridgewater ............................. W 2-0 Rhode Island ............................ W 2-0 Springfield ............................... W 2-0 M.I.T. ....................................... W 2-0 Southern Connecticut ..................L 1-2 Immaculata.............................. W 2-0 Temple .......................................L 2-3 Towson State ............................ W 2-0 !Towson State ........................... W 2-0 !Cortland State ......................... W 2-1 !New Hampshire....................... W 2-0 !Temple.................................... W 2-0 !Maryland..................................L 1-2 !Pittsburgh ................................ W2-1

!EAIAW Regional at Edinboro, Pa. (3rd) 1977 Record: 38-8 Coach: Barbara Viera Captains: Kizzie Mailander, Susan Sowter Franklin & Marshall .................. W 3-1 #Slippery Rock ......................... W 2-0 #Chatham ................................ W 2-0 #Georgetown............................ W 2-1 #Temple .....................................L 0-2 #SUNY-Brockport...................... W 2-0 #Edinboro ..................................L 0-2 Trenton State............................ W 3-1

$Rutgers .................................. W 2-0 $Penn ...................................... W 2-1 $Queens................................... W 2-0 $East Stroudsburg..................... W 2-0 $Temple ................................... W 2-0 &Rutgers.................................. W 2-0 &McGill .................................... W 2-0 &York ...................................... W 2-0 & Alabama.................................L 1-2 &Maryland............................... W 2-1 & Alabama.................................L 1-2 Ursinus..................................... W 2-0 +East Tennessee ....................... W 2-1 +VCU ....................................... W 2-0 +American ............................... W 2-0 +Salisbury ............................... W 2-0 +Temple................................... W 2-0 +Maryland............................... W 2-0 at East Stroudsburg................... W 2-0 Penn ..........................................L 0-2 ^North Carolina ....................... W 2-1 ^Georgetown .............................L 0-2 ^Virginia.................................. W 2-0 ^Towson State.......................... W 2-0 ^Navy ..................................... W 2-0 at Maryland ............................. W 3-2 %Rutgers.................................. W 2-0 %Central Connecticut ................ W 2-0 %East Stroudsburg.................... W 2-1 %Springfield............................. W 2-0 %East Stroudsburg.................... W 2-0 %Maryland............................... W 2-0 %Immaculata ........................... W 3-0 %Towson State.......................... W 3-1 !Penn....................................... W 2-0 !Penn !Pittsburgh .................................L 0-2 !Rutgers................................... W 2-1 !Temple......................................L 0-2

# Pittsburgh Invitational (6th) $ Temple Invitational (1st) & Princeton Invitational (2nd) + Delaware Invitational (1st) ^ Maryland Invitational (5th) % Rhode Island Invitational ! EAIAW Regional at Oswego, N.Y. 1978 Record: 22-26 Coach: Barbara Viera Captains: Grace Griffith, Linda Methvin Franklin & Marshall .................. W 3-0 $Rutgers ....................................L 0-2 $Penn ...................................... W 1-0 $Ursinus................................... W 2-0 $Pittsburgh ................................L 0-2 $Trenton .................................. W 3-1 $Edinboro ..................................L 0-2 $Cortland .................................. W2-1 $Penn ...................................... W 1-0 $Temple .....................................L 1-2 $Pittsburgh ................................L 0-2 $Edinboro ..................................L 0-2

Mount St. Joseph ........................L 1-2 &Rhode Island.......................... W 2-0 & Florida International.............. W 2-0 & Rutgers...................................L 0-2 &Mount St. Joseph......................L 0-2 +East Tennessee State............... W 2-0 +Southern Connecticut................L 1-2 +James Madison ...................... W 2-0 +Maryland.................................L 1-2 +East Tennessee State.................L 0-2 +Rhode Island............................L 1-2 +West Chester .......................... W 2-1 ^West Virginia.......................... W 2-1 ^North Carolina ....................... W 2-0 ^Georgetown .............................L 0-2 ^Pittsburgh................................L 0-2 ^Duke ..................................... W 2-1 ^Maryland.................................L 0-2 %Springfield...............................L 1-2 %Maine.................................... W 2-0 %New Hampshire ..................... W 2-0 %Rutgers................................... W2-1 %Maryland.................................L 1-2 %Springfield...............................L 0-2 Georgetown................................L 0-2 George Washington ....................L 1-2 Navy..........................................L 0-2 George Washington ....................L 1-2 East Stroudsburg....................... W 2-1 Towson State ............................ W 3-0 !Maine ..................................... W 2-0 !Cortland.................................. W 2-1 !Temple......................................L 0-2 !Cortland.................................. W 1-0 !Temple......................................LL 0-1 !Temple !Rutgers.....................................L 0-2

# Temple Tournament $ Princeton Invitational + Delaware Invitational ^ Maryland Invitational % Rhode Island Invitational ! EAIAW Regional at Newark, Del. 1979 Record: 35-18 Coach: Barbara Viera Captains: Renee DuFlon, Mary Beth Maher Franklin & Marshall .................. W 3-0 American.................................. W 2-0 George Washington ....................L 0-2 UMBC.........................................L 1-2 Navy........................................ W 2-1 George Washington ....................L 1-2 Trenton State............................ W 3-0 Syracuse .................................. W 2-0 Rutgers ......................................L 0-2 Lehigh...................................... W 2-0 Temple ..................................... W 2-0 Georgetown................................L 0-2 Maryland ................................. W 2-0 College of Charleston ................ W 2-1 Mississippi ................................ W 2-0

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Blue BlueHen HenFootball Volleyball Maryland ...................................L 1-2 Cincinnati ...................................L 1-2 Lehigh...................................... W 3-0 Maryland ...................................L 1-2 Howard.................................... W 2-0 William & Mary ..........................L 1-2 Princeton.................................. W 2-1 Rhode Island ............................ W 2-1 Temple ..................................... W 2-0 Penn State..................................L 0-2 VCU.......................................... W 2-0 West Chester............................. W 2-1 East Carolina ............................ W 2-0 Georgetown................................L 1-2 Catholic.................................... W 2-0 South Carolina............................L 0-2 Rutgers ......................................L 1-2 La Salle.................................... W 3-0 Providence ............................... W 2-0 Georgetown................................L 1-2 Central Connecticut ................... W 2-0 Rutgers ......................................L 0-2 George Washington .................. W 2-0 Temple ..................................... W 2-0 Georgetown................................L 0-2 Navy........................................ W 2-1 George Washington .................. W 2-1 East Stroudsburg....................... W 3-2 Towson State ............................ W 3-1 !Colgate ................................... W 2-1 !Providence.............................. W 2-0 !Southern Connecticut ............... W 2-0 !UMBC ..................................... W 2-0 !Southern Connecticut ............... W 3-2 !Ithaca ..................................... W 3-1 %College of Charleston ............. W 2-1 %Northern Colorado ...................L 0-2 %Central Florida.........................L 0-2

$Hofstra.....................................L 0-2 $Rutgers ....................................L 0-2 $American................................ W 2-1 $Maryland .................................L 0-3 !!Ithaca.................................... W 2-0 !!Massachusetts ........................ W 2-0 !!New Haven ............................ W 2-0 !!Catholic.................................. W 2-1 +North Carolina .........................L 1-2 +Princeton ............................... W 2-0 +New Haven ............................ W 2-1 +Georgetown .............................L 1-2 +Southern Connecticut.............. W 2-1 +James Madison ...................... W 2-0 +West Chester .......................... W 3-1 ^Virginia.................................. W 3-0 ^Pittsburgh................................L 1-2 ^Catholic.................................. W 2-1 ^North Carolina .........................L 0-2 ^Catholic.................................. W 1-0 ^Pittsburgh................................L 0-1 ^George Washington..................L 1-2 ^Lehigh ................................... W 3-1 %New Hampshire ..................... W 2-0 %Connecticut............................ W 2-0 %Southern Connecticut.............. W 2-0 %Rhode Island.......................... W 2-0 %Providence............................. W 2-1 Rutgers .................................... W 2-0 George Washington ....................L 0-2 Catholic......................................L 1-2 Navy........................................ W 2-0 East Stroudsburg....................... W 2-0 UMBC....................................... W 2-0 Towson State ............................ W 2-0 Georgetown................................L 1-2 !Southern Connecticut .................L 2-3 !Cortland.................................. W 2-0

! EAIAW Regional at Newark, Del. (1st) % AIAW Championship at Orlando, Fla.

# Temple Tournament ^^ Massachussetts Tournament (1st) ^ Maryland Tournament % Rhode Island Tournament (1st) $ Princeton Tournament (5th) + Delaware Tournament (5th) !EAIAWRegional at So.Conn.St. (3rd)

1980 Record: 38-15 Coach:Barbara Viera Captains: Carolyn Mendala, Kris Maley, Ruth Reilly Franklin & Marshall .................. W 3-1 Bucknell................................... W 3-0 #Rhode Island .......................... W 2-1 #American................................ W 2-1 #Pittsburgh ................................L 0-2 #Lehigh.................................... W 2-0 #Georgetown..............................L 0-2 #Glassboro State....................... W 3-0 ^^New York Tech ..................... W 2-1 ^^Springfield .......................... W 2-0 ^^Providence .......................... W 2-1 ^^Connecticut.......................... W 2-1 ^^Massachusetts...................... W 2-1 ^^Providence .......................... W 2-0 ^^La Salle ............................... W 3-1 $Princeton................................ W 2-0 $Queens (Canada)......................L 1-2 52

1981 Record: 34-18 Coach: Barbara Viera Captains: Kathy Glendinning, Wendy Welsh Bucknell................................... W 2-1 Franklin & Marshall .................. W 2-0 #Lafayette................................ W 2-0 #Syracuse ................................ W 2-0 #Penn ...................................... W 2-0 #New Hampshire...................... W 2-0 #Rutgers ....................................L 1-2 Maryland ...................................L 1-3 &Navy ..................................... W 2-0 &Villanova .................................L 1-2 &Virginia.................................. W 2-0 &James Madison ...................... W 2-0

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All-Time All-Americans Results &Gettysburg............................. W 2-1 &Villanova ............................... W 2-0 $Queens (Canada).................... W 2-0 $Penn State................................L 0-2 $Maryland .................................L 0-2 $Hofstra................................... W 2-0 Hofstra ......................................L 0-2 East Stroudsburg.........................L 0-3 +Temple................................... W 2-0 +New Haven ............................ W 2-1 +West Virginia.......................... W 2-0 +N.C.State..................................L 0-2 +Rhode Island.......................... W 2-0 +Princeton ............................... W 2-1 West Chester............................. W 3-0 ^North Carolina .........................L 1-2 ^Virginia.................................. W 2-0 ^George Washington..................L 0-2 ^Princeton .................................L 0-2 ^East Carolina.......................... W 2-1 ^Rhode Island............................L 0-2 Lehigh...................................... W 3-1 %East Stroudsburg.................... W 2-0 %Fairleigh Dickinson................. W 2-0 %Southern Connecticut.............. W 2-1 %Temple ....................................L 0-2 %Providence...............................L 1-2 %Southern Connecticut.............. W 2-0 La Salle.................................... W 2-0 Loyola (Md.) ............................ W 2-0 Towson State ............................ W 3-1 Navy........................................ W 2-0 Catholic.................................... W 2-1 UMBC....................................... W 2-0 !Villanova................................. W 2-0 !Villanova !Southern Connecticut .................L 1-2 !Cortland....................................L 1-2 !New Haven ............................. W 2-0 !Cortland....................................L 2-3 !Southern Connecticut .................L 0-2 # Temple Tournament & Towson State Tournament $ Princeton Tournament + Delaware Invitational ^ Maryland Tourament. % Rhode Island Tournament ! EAIAWRegional at Towson, Md. (4th) 1982 Record: 35-14 (5-3 ECC) Coach: Barbara Viera Captains: Donna Methvin, Kim Grinnell Bucknell................................... W 2-0 at Franklin & Marshall .............. W 2-0 #Brown .................................... W 2-0 #Penn ........................................L 0-2 #New Hampshire...................... W 2-0 #Hofstra.....................................L 0-2 #UMBC..................................... W 3-1 !Bucknell.................................. W 2-0 !Western Maryland ................... W 2-0 !Virginia................................... W 2-0 !Catholic................................... W 2-0

!George Mason......................... W 2-0 !VCU ........................................ W 2-0 $Temple .....................................L 0-2 $Hofstra.....................................L 1-2 $Maryland ............................... W 2-0 $Rutgers ....................................L 0-2 $McMaster (Canada)................. W 2-0 $Maryland .................................L 1-2 $Maryland .................................L 0-3 $East Stroudsburg..................... W 3-1 +Providence............................. W 2-1 +William & Mary...................... W 2-0 +Massachusetts ........................ W 2-0 +Rhode Island.......................... W 2-1 +George Washington................ W 2-0 +Georgetown .............................L 0-2 West Chester............................. W 3-0 ^North Carolina .........................L 0-2 ^Rhode Island.......................... W 2-1 ^Georgetown .............................L 0-2 ^Maryland.................................L 1-2 ^Lehigh ................................... W 3-0 %Providence............................. W 2-1 %Hofstra....................................L 1-2 %Southern Connecticut.............. W 2-0 %Penn .......................................L 1-2 %Hofstra.................................. W 2-0 at Navy.................................... W 3-1 at La Salle ................................ W 2-0 Loyola (Md.) ............................ W 2-0 at Towson State......................... W 2-0 George Mason .......................... W 2-0 *Drexel.................................... W 2-0 *Towson State........................... W 2-0 *Rider...................................... W 2-0 *Rider *Lafayette................................ W 2-1 *Lehigh.................................... W 2-0 *Hofstra.....................................L 0-3

Bucknell................................... W 2-0 Franklin & Marshall .................. W 2-0 $George Mason ........................ W 2-0 $Providence ...............................L 0-2 $Princeton..................................L 0-2 $Brown .................................... W 2-1 $New York Tech ..........................L 0-2 +New York Tech..........................L 0-2 +Villanova ............................... W 2-0 +Providence...............................L 0-2 +West Chester .......................... W 2-0 +Massachusetts ........................ W 2-0 +Maryland............................... W 2-1 West Chester............................. W 3-0 ^Clemson...................................L 1-2 ^North Carolina .........................L 1-3 ^George Mason........................ W 2-0 ^Georgetown .............................L 0-2 ^Lehigh ................................... W 3-1 !Drexel .................................... W 2-0 !East Stroudsburg ..................... W 2-1 !Cortland.................................. W 2-1 !Towson State ............................ W2-0 !Cortland.................................. W 2-0 !Villanova................................. W 2-1 Navy........................................ W 2-0 UMBC....................................... W 2-1 Catholic.................................... W 2-1 Va.Commonwealth......................L 1-2 Loyola (Md.) ..............................L 0-2 Towson State ............................ W 3-1 Drexel...................................... W 3-1 &Lafayette ............................... W 2-0 &Rider .......................................L 1-2 &Bucknell................................. W 2-0 &Bucknell &Towson State............................L 1-2 &Rider .......................................L 1-2

# Temple Invitational ! Towson Invitational (1st) $ Princeton Invitational + Delaware Invitational (2nd) ^ Maryland Invitational % Rhode Island Invitational (3rd) * ECC Championship (2nd)

* won by forfeit # George Mason Tournament (4th) % Towson Tournament (5th) $ Princeton Tournament (8th) + Delaware Tournament (9th) ^ Maryland Tournament ! LaSalle Tournament (1st) & ECC Championship (4th)

1983 Record: 31-18 (9-3 ECC) Coach: Barbara Viera Captains: Valann Benner, Ilene Fischman Maryland ...................................L 0-3 #Navy...................................... W 2-0 #Liberty Baptist ........................ W 2-0 #Catonsville CC......................... W 2-0 #University of D.C. ................... W 2-0 #Virginia Tech.............................L 1-2 #Virginia ....................................L 1-2 %George Mason .........................L 1-2 %Lehigh................................... W 2-0 %Juniata.................................. W 2-0 %Wilmington College ................ W 2-0 %Virginia ...................................L 1-2

1984 Record: 27-17 (8-3 ECC) Coach: Barbara Viera Captain: Alecia Henry Hofstra.......................................L 0-3 #Maryland .................................L 1-3 #Penn ........................................L 0-3 #Providence ...............................L 0-3 #Syracuse ..................................L 0-3 Lafayette.................................. W 3-1 La Salle.................................... W 3-0 Drexel........................................L 1-3 $Wake Forest ........................... W 2-0 $VCU........................................ W 2-1 $Drexel.................................... W 2-0 $Wilmington College................. W 2-0 $Towson State .......................... W 2-0

Blue Hen Volleyball Football Towson State ..............................L 2-3 %Loyola (Md.).......................... W 2-1 %Navy ..................................... W 2-1 %La Salle ................................. W 2-0 %Howard ................................. W 2-0 %UMBC.................................... W 2-1 %Loyola (Md.).......................... W 2-0 %Navy .......................................L 1-2 Rider........................................ W 3-0 Maryland ...................................L 1-3 +Liberty Baptist........................ W 2-0 +Villanova ............................... W 2-0 +New Haven ..............................L 0-2 +Rutgers.................................. W 2-0 +Princeton .................................L 0-2 Lehigh...................................... W 3-0 Bucknell................................... W 3-0 !Iona........................................ W 2-0 !La Salle................................... W 2-1 !Southern Connecticut ............... W 2-1 !Lehigh .................................... W 2-1 !Mansfield................................ W 2-0 !Drexel .................................... W 2-1 Loyola (Md.) ............................ W 3-0 Penn ..........................................L 0-3 Temple .......................................L 2-3 Villanova....................................L 2-3 UMBC.........................................L 0-2 **Lehigh .................................. W 3-0 **Towson State...........................L 1-3 **Drexel ....................................L 1-3

# Temple Tournament $ Towson State Invitational (1st) % Loyola Tournament (2nd) + Delaware Tournament ! La Salle Tournament (1st) ** ECC Championship (4th) 1985 Record: 23-18 (4-4ECC) Coach: Barbara Viera Captains: Lori Gabbert, Kara Maley #Virginia Tech.............................L 0-2 #Charles County CC.....................L 1-2 #VCU..........................................L 1-2 #New York Tech ........................ W 2-1 #Western Kentucky................... W 2-1 #Virginia Tech.............................L 0-2 *Lafayette................................ W 3-1 *Bucknell ................................. W 3-0 ^Navy .......................................L 1-3 ^*Towson State ........................ W 3-0 ^Drexel ................................... W 2-0 ^Navy .......................................L 0-2 *Drexel......................................L 1-3 $New York Tech ........................ W 3-1 $Penn ........................................L 1-3 $Brown .................................... W 3-1 $Providence ...............................L 0-3 *Towson State........................... W 3-2 UMBC....................................... W 3-2 %Howard ................................. W 2-1

%Towson State............................L 1-2 %Robert Morris......................... W 2-1 %Juniata....................................L 0-2 %Navy .......................................L 0-2 Maryland ...................................L 1-3 +George Mason........................ W 3-0 +La Salle.................................. W 3-0 +Drexel .....................................L 0-2 *Lehigh......................................L 1-3 !East Stroudsburg ..................... W 2-1 !West Chester ........................... W 2-0 !Lehigh .................................... W 2-0 !La Salle................................... W 2-0 !Mansfield................................ W 2-0 !Drexel .................................... W 2-0 *Hofstra.....................................L 1-3 Villanova.................................. W 3-0 *Rider........................................L 1-3 Loyola (Md.) ............................ W 3-0 Temple ..................................... W 3-2 **Towson State...........................L 1-3

* ECC Match (4th) # George Mason Invitational ^ Towson Invitational (2nd) $ Princeton Invitational % Loyola Tournament + Delaware Invitational ! LaSalle Invitational ** ECC Championship 1986 Record: 25-16 (4-3 ECC) Coach: Barbara Viera Captains: Jeanne Dyson, Kara Maley New York Tech .......................... W 3-1 Villanova....................................L 1-3 #George Mason ..........................L 0-3 #Princeton..................................L 0-3 #Duquesne............................... W 3-0 #James Madison.........................L 0-3 *Lafayette................................ W 3-1 *Bucknell ................................. W 3-1 $Loyola (Md.) .......................... W 2-0 $Towson State .......................... W 2-0 $C.W. Post ..................................L 1-2 $La Salle.................................. W 2-0 $Navy........................................L 1-2 *Drexel......................................L 0-3 &New York Tech........................ W 3-1 &New Haven ..............................L 0-3 &Brown.................................... W 3-0 &Providence...............................L 0-3 *Towson State.............................L 2-3 ^Villanova ............................... W 3-2 ^Georgetown ........................... W 3-1 ^Princeton .................................L 2-3 Maryland ...................................L 0-3 +UMBC .................................... W 2-0 +Columbia ............................... W 2-1 +Fairleigh Dickinson................. W 2-0 +Princeton ............................... W 2-1 +Drexel ................................... W 2-0

All-Time All-Americans Results +George Mason..........................L 1-2 *Lehigh.................................... W 3-0 *Hofstra.....................................L 0-3 *Rider...................................... W 3-0 !Lafayette ................................ W 3-1 !UMBC ..................................... W 3-0 !UMES...................................... W 3-1 !Loyola (Md.) ........................... W 3-1 Loyola (Md.) ............................ W 3-0 Temple .......................................L 0-3 **Bucknell ............................... W 3-0 **Hofstra ...................................L 0-3 **Lehigh .................................. W 3-0

* ECC Match (3rd) # George Mason Tournament $ Towson Invitational & Princeton Invitational ^ Villanova Classic + Delaware Invitational ! UMBC Tournament ** ECC Championship (3rd) 1987 Record: 21-16 (5-2 ECC) Coach: Barbara Viera Captain: Betsy Cullens Loyola (Md.) ............................ W 3-2 Villanova.................................. W 3-1 #George Mason ..........................L 1-3 #Princeton..................................L 0-3 #Duquesne............................... W 3-1 #Delaware State....................... W 3-0 *Lafayette................................ W 3-2 *at Bucknell ............................. W 3-0 $C.W. Post ..................................L 0-3 $Lehigh......................................L 0-2 $UMBC..................................... W 2-0 *at Drexel..................................L 1-3 &Princeton .................................L 1-3 &Northeastern............................L 0-3 &Providence...............................L 0-3 *Towson State........................... W 3-0 at Maryland ...............................L 2-3 !Princeton ..................................L 1-2 !George Mason......................... W 2-1 !UMBC ..................................... W 2-0 !Drexel ......................................L 0-2 *at Lehigh................................ W 3-1 *Hofstra.....................................L 2-3 *at Rider .................................. W 3-0 +Fairleigh Dickinson...................L 1-2 +VCU ....................................... W 3-0 +Towson State.......................... W 2-0 +Howard....................................L 0-3 at Temple ...................................L 1-3 ^Loyola (Md.).......................... W 3-0 ^Robert Morris......................... W 3-0 ^American ............................... W 3-0 ^Liberty................................... W 3-2 ^Navy ..................................... W 3-2 **Bucknell ............................... W 3-0 **Drexel .................................. W 3-0 **Hofstra ...................................L 0-3

* ECC Match (2nd) # George Mason Invitational $ Towson Invitational & Princeton Invitational ! Delaware Invitational + Drexel Tournament ^ Navy Tournament ** ECC Championship (2nd) 1988 Record: 21-17 (5-2 ECC) Coach: Barbara Viera Captains: Helen Mackrides, Traci Tomashek Villanova.................................. W 3-0 Loyola (Md.) ............................ W 3-0 #Winthrop..................................L 1-3 #George Mason ..........................L 2-3 #Loyola (Md.) .......................... W 3-2 #American..................................L 1-3 *Lafayette................................ W 3-0 *Bucknell ................................. W 3-0 ^Rutgers....................................L 0-3 ^Seton Hall................................L 0-3 ^Central Connecticut................. W 3-0 *Drexel......................................L 1-3 $Princeton................................ W 3-0 $Providence ...............................L 0-3 $Fordham ................................ W 3-0 *Towson State........................... W 3-0 %Brown .....................................L 2-3 %Michigan-Dearborn ...................L1-3 Maryland ................................. W 3-2 !UMBC ..................................... W 3-1 !Liberty......................................LL 2-3 !Liberty !Villanova................................. W 3-0 !VCU ........................................ W 3-0 !New Haven ...............................L 0-3 *Lehigh.................................... W 3-0 &Western Kentucky ....................L 1-3 &Seton Hall................................L 2-3 &Maryland.................................L 0-3 &American ............................... W 3-1 *Hofstra.....................................L 1-3 *Rider...................................... W 3-0 +*Drexel ...................................L 1-3 +Fairleigh Dickinson................. W 3-2 +Yale....................................... W 3-2 +Temple................................... W 3-2 **Rider .................................... W 3-0 ^Hofstra ....................................L 0-3 ^Lafayette ............................... W 3-2

* ECC Match (3rd) # George Mason Tournament ^ Rutgers Tournament $ Princeton Tournament % Georgetown Tournament ! Delaware Tournament & American Tournament + Drexel Tournament ^ ECC Championship at Delaware

1989 Record: 24-18 (5-2 ECC) Coach: Barbara Viera Captains: Julie Earhart, Lisa Szczerba UMBC....................................... W 3-1 North Dakota ........................... W 3-1 #Temple .....................................L 0-3 #Hofstra.....................................L 0-3 #Northeastern ............................L 0-3 #James Madison....................... W 3-2 Loyola (Md.) ............................ W 3-0 Villanova.................................. W 3-2 %Princeton............................... W 3-0 %Maryland.................................L 0-3 %Loyola (Md.).......................... W 3-1 %George Mason ....................... W 3-0 *Lafayette................................ W 3-0 ^Rutgers....................................L 1-3 ^Akron ......................................L 0-3 ^Princeton .................................L 0-3 ^Seton Hall................................L 2-3 *Drexel.................................... W 3-2 *Bucknell ................................. W 3-0 *Towson State.............................L 2-3 $Princeton..................................L 1-3 $Providence ...............................L 2-3 $Fordham ................................ W 3-0 Maryland ...................................L 0-3 La Salle.................................... W 3-1 *Lehigh.................................... W 3-1 !Furman................................... W 3-0 !Central Connecticut.................. W 3-0 !Liberty.................................... W 2-0 !West Chester ........................... W 3-0 !VCU ........................................ W 3-0 !Fairleigh Dickinson ....................L 1-3 *Hofstra.....................................L 0-3 *Rider...................................... W 3-1 +Brown.................................... W 3-0 +Northeastern............................L 1-3 +Drexel .....................................L 2-3 +Villanova ............................... W 3-2 Temple .......................................L 0-3 **Rider .................................... W 3-1 **Towson State......................... W 3-0 **Hofstra ...................................L 0-3

* ECC Match (3rd) # Temple Invitational % George Mason Tournament ^ Rutgers Invitational $ Princeton Tournament ! Delaware Invitational + Drexel Invitational ** ECC Championship (2nd)

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Blue BlueHen HenFootball Volleyball 1990 Record: 18-19 (3-3 ECC) Coach: Barbara Viera Captains: Kelly Benjamin, Mary Yelsh, Lee Tevebaugh Villanova.................................. W 3-0 #Towson State ............................L 2-3 #Princeton..................................L 2-3 #George Mason ..........................L 0-3 at Lafayette.............................. W 3-0 ^Princeton .................................L 0-3 ^Brown......................................L 0-4 ^Fairleigh Dickinson................. W 3-0 ^Rutgers.................................. W 3-1 *Drexel......................................L 1-3 *at UMBC................................. W 3-2 at Loyola (Md.)......................... W 3-2 *at Towson State.........................L 1-3 &Providence...............................L 2-3 &Northeastern............................L 1-3 &Penn...................................... W 3-2 +James Madison ........................L 1-3 +Campbell .................................L 1-3 +Xavier .....................................L 0-3 at La Salle ................................ W 3-1 Lehigh...................................... W 3-1 !Yale ..........................................L 0-3 !UMBC ..................................... W 3-1 !VCU ........................................ W 3-0 !C.W. Post................................. W 3-1 !Fairleigh Dickinson .................. W 3-2 !Yale ..........................................L 1-3 *at Hofstra.................................L 1-3 *Rider...................................... W 3-0 %Brown .....................................LL 2-3 %Northeastern ...........................L 1-3 %Drexel.....................................L 2-3 Bucknell................................... W 3-0 *at Central Connecticut ............. W 3-0 Columbia.................................. W 3-0 Temple ..................................... W 3-1 **UMBC ....................................L 0-3

* ECC Match (4th) # George Mason Invitational ^ Rutgers Invitational & Penn Invitational + James Madison Invitational ! Delaware Invitational % Drexel Invitational ** ECC Championship 1991 Record: 17-25 (2-2 NAC) Coach: Barbara Viera Captain: Jill Graber !UMBC .......................................L 2-3 !Navy.........................................L 0-3 !Bucknell.................................. W 3-1 !Northeastern.............................L 0-3 !VCU ..........................................L 0-3 at Villanova................................L 0-3 +Hofstra ....................................L 0-3 +George Mason..........................L 0-3 54

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+George Mason..........................L 0-3 Loyola (Md.) ............................ W 3-0 #Rutgers .................................. W 3-0 #Cornell .....................................L 0-3 #Fairleigh Dickinson ................. W 3-1 #James Madison.........................L 2-3 at Drexel....................................L 1-3 UMBC....................................... W 3-1 $James Madison.........................L 0-3 $East Tennessee State .................L 0-3 $Davidson..................................L 1-3 Towson State ............................ W 3-2 %Saint Bonaventure ...................L 0-3 %Liberty.....................................L 1-3 %Penn .......................................L 2-3 at Bucknell............................... W 3-1 >Duquesne .............................. W 3-1 La Salle.................................... W 3-1 ^*Vermont............................... W 3-2 ^*Hartford............................... W 3-0 ^*Drexel ...................................L 0-3 ^*Northeastern..........................L 0-3 at Lehigh.................................. W 3-2 &Rider .......................................L 2-3 &Yale.........................................L 0-3 &Loyola (Md.).......................... W 3-1 &VCU ....................................... W 3-0 &UMBC ......................................L 1-3 at Navy.................................... W 3-1 Lafayette.................................. W 3-1 at Temple ...................................L 1-3 ~Drexel .....................................L 1-3 ~Vermont................................. W 3-1 ~Northeastern............................L 0-3

#Rider...................................... W 3-1 #UMBC..................................... W 3-0 Drexel........................................L 2-3 $Vermont...................................L 1-3 $Princeton..................................L 1-3 $Canisius.................................. W 3-1 at Towson State...........................L 1-3 at Penn .................................... W 3-1 Villanova....................................L 1-3 %*Northeastern..........................L 0-3 %*Hartford .............................. W 3-2 %*Vermont............................... W 3-0 %*Drexel ................................. W 3-2 James Madison...........................L 2-3 Lehigh...................................... W 3-0 ^New Haven ............................ W 3-2 ^Rider ..................................... W 3-0 ^Princeton ............................... W 3-0 Navy........................................ W 3-2 at Lafayette.............................. W 3-0 at UMBC................................... W 3-2 &UNC Wilmington..................... W 3-2 &UMBC .................................... W 3-1 &UMBC .................................... W 3-0 &UNC Wilmington..................... W 3-1 at La Salle ................................ W 3-0 ~Hartford ................................ W 3-2 ~Northeastern.......................... W 3-2 ~Drexel .....................................L 0-3 ~Drexel ................................... W 1-0 >Bowling Green .........................L 2-3 >Texas-Arlington ........................L 1-3 >Virginia Tech ............................L 1-3 >Fresno State.............................L 0-3

* NAC Matches (3rd) ! Navy Tournament + George Mason Invitational # Rutgers Tournament $ James Madison Tournament % Penn Tournament ^ NAC In-Season Tour. at NU (3rd) & Delaware Invitational ~ NAC Tournament at Drexel (4th) > at Bucknell

* NAC Matches (2nd) ! Navy Trident Tournament + Temple Tournament # UMBC Tournament (1st) $ Colgate Tournament % NAC In-Season Tourn. at UD (2nd) ^ Delaware Invitational (1st) & Navy Tournament (1st) ~ NAC Championship at Vermont (1st) > NIVC Championships at Kansas City

1992 Record: 28-18 (3-1 NAC) NAC Champions NIVC Participant Coach: Barbara Viera Captain: Jill Graber !Loyola (Md.) ........................... W 3-0 !Radford ....................................L 2-3 !Liberty......................................L 1-3 !Saint Peter’s............................ W 3-0 !Towson State .............................L 1-3 Bucknell................................... W 3-0 +Cornell.....................................L 1-3 +Temple.....................................L 0-3 +Central Michigan ......................L 0-3 at Loyola (Md.)......................... W 3-1 #Navy...................................... W 3-1 #Fairleigh Dickinson ................. W 3-0

1993 Record: 27-15 (3-1 NAC) Coach: Barbara Viera Captain: Liz Herman Maryland ...................................L 0-3 !Navy.........................................L 1-3 !Saint Francis (N.Y.).................. W 3-0 !Temple......................................L 1-3 at Bucknell............................... W 3-1 +Penn...................................... W 3-0 +Providence...............................L 0-3 +Buffalo ....................................L 2-3 Loyola (Md.) ............................ W 3-2 #Cornell ................................... W 3-2 #Providence ...............................L 0-3 #Colgate ....................................L 2-3 $James Madison....................... W 3-0 $Campbell................................ W 3-1

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Towson State ..............................L 1-3 %Holy Cross ............................. W 3-0 %Army.......................................L 0-3 %Connecticut..............................L 0-3 at Lehigh.................................. W 3-1 ^*Hartford.................................L 0-3 ^*Vermont............................... W 3-0 ^*Northeastern........................ W 3-1 at Villanova.............................. W 3-2 &Delaware State....................... W 3-0 &Fairleigh Dickinson................. W 3-0 &New Haven ..............................L 0-3 at *Drexel................................ W 3-2 Lafayette.................................. W 3-1 ~Morgan State ......................... W 3-0 ~La Salle.................................. W 3-1 ~Syracuse................................ W 3-1 ~Connecticut ............................ W 3-2 UMBC....................................... W 3-1 Robert Morris ........................... W 3-0 Providence .................................L 1-3 La Salle.................................... W 3-1 >Drexel .....................................L 1-3 >Vermont................................. W 3-1 >Northeastern.......................... W 3-0 >Drexel ................................... W 3-2 >Hartford ................................ W 3-0 >Hartford ..................................L 0-1

* NAC Matches (2nd) ! Navy Trident Invitational + Penn Invitational # Colgate Invitational $ J. Madison Invitational (1st) % Connecticut Invitational ^ NAC In-Season Tour. at UVM (2nd) & Delaware Invitational ~ Blue Hen Invitational (1st) > NAC Tournament at Hartford (2nd) 1994 Record: 33-16 (5-0 NAC) NAC Champions NIVC Participant Coach: Barbara Viera Captains: K.T. Nieradka, Emily Rome !Navy....................................... W 3-0 !Liberty.................................... W 3-0 !Saint Peter’s............................ W 3-0 !Coastal Carolina ...................... W 3-0 !Villanova...................................L 0-3 Bucknell................................... W 3-2 at Maryland ...............................L 0-3 <American .................................L 0-3 <George Mason..........................L 0-3 <Morehead State........................L 0-3 <Cornell................................... W 3-2 at Loyola (Md.)......................... W 3-1 #Massachusetts...........................L 1-3 #Brown .................................... W 3-0 #Yale ....................................... W 3-0 James Madison...........................L 2-3 $George Washington ..................L 0-3

$West Virginia .......................... W 3-2 $James Madison.........................L 0-3 Villanova....................................L 1-3 *Hofstra................................... W 3-1 Lehigh...................................... W 3-0 %*Hartford .............................. W 3-0 %*Vermont............................... W 3-1 %*Northeastern........................ W 3-0 Temple .......................................L 1-3 ^Yale (BCC).............................. W 3-2 ^Brown (BCC) .......................... W 3-0 ^Princeton (BCC)...................... W 3-2 ^New Haven (BCC)................... W 3-2 *Drexel.................................... W 3-1 at Lafayette.............................. W 3-2 &Saint Francis (N.Y.)................. W 3-1 &Coppin State........................... W 3-0 &Fairleigh Dickinson................. W 3-1 at UMBC................................... W 3-2 ~Nevada.................................. W 3-2 ~Providence............................. W 3-1 ~Connecticut ............................ W 3-0 +Hartford (BCC)....................... W 3-1 +Hofstra (BCC)...........................L 2-3 +Drexel (BCC).......................... W 3-0 +Hofstra (BCC)......................... W 3-0 +Hofstra (BCC)......................... W 1-0 >South Carolina .........................L 1-3 >Northern Illinois .......................L 0-3 >Miami (OH)..............................L 0-3 >San Diego................................L 0-3

* NAC Match (1st) ! Navy Trident Invitational (2nd) < Capital Premier Tournament at George Mason and American # Massachusetts Invitational $ George Washington Invitational % NAC In-Season Tour. at Vermont ^ Delaware Invitational (1st) & Blue Hen Invitational (1st) ~ George Mason Invitational (2nd) + NAC Championship at UD (1st) > NIVC at Kansas City, Mo. BCC - At Bob Carpenter Center 1995 Record: 25-13 (7-0 NAC) NAC Regular Season Champions Coach: Barbara Viera Captains: Nikki Brassell, Emily Rome !Jacksonville (Fla.) ................... W 3-0 !Illinois.......................................L 0-3 !Providence................................L 0-3 !Boston College......................... W 3-0 at Bucknell............................... W 3-1 +Temple................................... W 3-2 +Rutgers.................................. W 3-0 +Penn...................................... W 3-1 Loyola (Md.) ............................ W 3-0 #Georgetown..............................L 0-3 #James Madison....................... W 3-0 #Yale .........................................L 0-3

Blue Hen Volleyball Football $Villanova..................................L 0-3 $George Mason ..........................L 0-3 $Oklahoma ................................L 0-3 at Villanova................................L 1-3 at Temple ...................................L 2-3 *New Hampshire ...................... W 3-0 *Northeastern .......................... W 3-0 at Lehigh.................................. W 3-0 American....................................L 2-3 *Hofstra (BCC).......................... W 3-0 *Drexel (BCC)........................... W 3-1 %Fairleigh Dickinson................. W 3-1 %Lehigh................................... W 3-1 %Navy ..................................... W 3-0 %Princeton.................................L 0-3 Lafayette.................................. W 3-0 at *Vermont ............................. W 3-0 at *Hartford ............................. W 3-0 ^Army ..................................... W 3-0 ^East Carolina.......................... W 3-1 ^Penn...................................... W 3-1 ^UNC Wilmington.......................L 2-3 at *Towson State....................... W 3-0 at La Salle ................................ W 3-0 &Northeastern.......................... W 3-0 &Hofstra ....................................L 1-3

* NAC Match (1st) ! Pepsi/Subway Classic at URI + Penn Invitational (1st) # James Madison Invitational $ George Mason Tournament % Delaware Invitational (2nd) ^ Forrestal Classic at Navy (2nd) & NAC Championships at Hofstra (2nd) BCC - At Bob Carpenter Center 1996 Record: 24-18 (5-2 America East) Coach: Barbara Viera Captain: Erica Falkowski !Saint John’s...............................L 0-3 !Rider ...................................... W 3-0 !Temple......................................L 0-3 !UMBC .......................................L 0-3 Bucknell.....................................L 1-3 +Bowling Green .........................L 0-3 +James Madison ........................L 0-3 +Northwestern ...........................L 0-3 +William & Mary........................L 0-3 at Loyola (Md.)......................... W 3-1 #Central Connecticut ................. W 3-0 #Seton Hall ................................L 1-3 #Massachusetts...........................L 0-3 #Villanova..................................L 0-3 at Lafayette.............................. W 3-0 $Georgetown..............................L 0-3 $Radford.................................. W 3-2 $Harvard ................................. W 3-1 Villanova....................................L 1-3 %Seton Hall.............................. W 3-0 %Fairleigh Dickinson................. W 3-0 %Northern Illinois..................... W 3-0

%James Madison ...................... W 3-0 %Valparaiso ...............................L 1-3 Temple .......................................L 1-3 at La Salle ................................ W 3-0 Lehigh...................................... W 3-0 *Northeastern .......................... W 3-2 *Hartford ................................. W 3-1 at *New Hampshire .................. W 3-0 at *Vermont ............................. W 3-0 at *Hofstra.................................L 1-3 at *Drexel..................................L 1-3 ^Loyola (Md.).......................... W 3-2 ^UNC Wilmington..................... W 3-1 ^Loyola (Md.).......................... W 3-2 ^UNC Wilmington..................... W 3-1 *Towson State........................... W 3-0 at American.............................. W 3-2 &Northeastern.......................... W 3-0 &Towson State.......................... W 3-0 &Hofstra ....................................L 0-3

* America East Match (4th) ! ECAC Tournament at UMBC + William & Mary Tournament # Massachusetts Tournament $ Georgetown Tournament (2nd) % Delaware Invitational (1st) ^ Forrestal Classic at Navy (1st) & America East Tour. at Towson (2nd) 1997 Record: 23-12 (11-3 America East) Coach: Barbara Viera Captain: Joanna Dusza #Illinois......................................L 0-3 #Virginia ....................................L 0-3 #Coastal Carolina...................... W 3-2 #Liberty .....................................L 0-3 Loyola (Md.) ............................ W 3-1 $Loyola (Md.) .......................... W 3-2 $Lehigh.................................... W 3-1 $Saint Peter’s ........................... W 3-1 $Yale .........................................L 0-3 Lafayette.................................. W 3-0 at Villanova................................L 0-3 at Penn .................................... W 3-1 Colgate (at Penn) .......................L 1-3 at Temple ...................................L 0-3 ^Fairleigh Dickinson (BCC)........ W 3-0 ^Morgan State (BCC)................ W 3-0 ^Navy (BCC) ............................ W 3-0 at *Drexel................................ W 3-1 at *Hofstra.................................L 0-3 *Northeastern .......................... W 3-0 *Hartford ................................. W 3-0 at *Towson ............................... W 3-0 at *New Hampshire ....................L 0-3 at *Vermont ............................. W 3-0 La Salle.................................... W 3-0 at *Northeastern ........................L 2-3 at *Hartford ............................. W 3-0 American....................................L 1-3 *Drexel (BCC)........................... W 3-0

All-Time All-Americans Results *Hofstra (BCC).......................... W 3-2 *Towson (BCC).......................... W 3-1 William & Mary ........................ W 3-2 *New Hampshire ...................... W 3-2 *Vermont ................................. W 3-0 !New Hampshire.........................L 2-3

* America East Match (3rd) # Jefferson Cup Tournament at UVA $ Yale Tournament (2nd) ^ Delaware Invitational (1st) ! America East Champ. at Hofstra BCC - At Bob Carpenter Center 1998 Record: 15-21 (8-6 America East) Coach: Barbara Viera Captains: Joanna Dusza, Carlyn Cangiano #Rutgers ....................................L 0-3 #Brigham Young.........................L 0-3 #Massachusetts...........................L 1-3 #Siena ..................................... W 3-2 at Lafayette.............................. W 3-0 !Ohio University .........................L 0-3 !UAB..........................................L 2-3 !UAB..........................................L 0-3 at Loyola (Md.)......................... W 3-0 +Campbell .................................L 0-3 +North Carolina .........................L 1-3 +Liberty.....................................L 2-3 Villanova....................................L 0-3 &Morgan State ......................... W 3-0 &Bucknell................................. W 3-0 &Bucknell &Princeton ............................... W 3-2 &Connecticut ..............................L 0-3 Temple ..................................... W 3-2 at *Hofstra.................................L 1-3 *Vermont ................................. W 3-0 *New Hampshire ........................L 1-3 at *Drexel................................ W 3-1 *Towson (BCC)............................L 2-3 at *Hartford ............................. W 3-2 at *Northeastern ........................L 0-3 *Drexel (BCC)........................... W 3-1 at *New Hampshire ....................L 1-3 at *Vermont ............................. W 3-0 La Salle......................................L 2-3 *Hofstra................................... W 3-1 at *Towson ............................... W 3-1 *Northeastern ............................L 2-3 William & Mary ..........................L 1-3 *Hartford ................................. W 3-0 at American................................L 1-3 $New Hampshire........................L 1-3

* America East Games (4th) # Massachusetts Tournament (4th) ! Ohio University Tournament (3rd) + Liberty Invitational (4th) & Asics Delaware Invitational (2nd) $ America East Champ. at Hofstra

1999 Record: 12-21 (8-6 America East) Coach: Barbara Viera Captains: Joanna Dusza !Connecticut................................L 0-3 !Florida Atlantic........................ W 3-0 !Murray State.............................L 0-3 Loyola, Md. (CSB)..................... W 3-2 ^Central Michigan ......................L 0-3 ^Loyola (Ill.)..............................L 1-3 ^Sam Houston State...................L 2-3 at Temple ...................................L 1-3 #Maryland .................................L 0-3 #Georgetown..............................L 0-3 #San Diego ................................L 1-3 at Villanova................................L 0-3 $Stonybrook (BCC) ................... W 3-2 $West Virginia (BCC)................. W 3-1 $Syracuse (BCC) .........................L 0-3 Lafayette.................................. W 3-0 *Hartford ................................. W 3-1 *Northeastern ............................L 0-3 at *Maine................................. W 3-0 at *New Hampshire ....................L 0-3 at *Towson .................................L 1-3 *Hofstra.....................................L 1-3 Drexel (BCC) ............................ W 3-1 at La Salle ..................................L 2-3 at *Northeastern ........................L 1-3 at *Hartford ............................. W 3-1 American....................................L 0-3 *New Hampshire ...................... W 3-2 *Maine..................................... W 3-0 *Towson .....................................LL 0-3 at *Drexel................................ W 3-0 at *Hofstra.................................L 1-3 at %Hofstra................................L 1-3

* America East Games (4th Place) % America East Semifinals at Hofstra ! Connecticut Tournament (3rd) ^ Loyola (Ill.) Tournament (4th) # Maryland Tournament (4th) $ Asics Delaware Invitational (2nd) BCC - At Bob Carpenter Center 2000 Record: 15-17 (8-8 America East) Coach: Shannon Elliott Captains: Jennifer Wanner, Margaret Lapinski #Niagara.................................. W 3-0 #Maine .................................... W 3-0 #James Madison.........................L 1-3 ^Loyola (Md.)............................L 0-3 ^Penn........................................L 2-3 ^William & Mary........................L 0-3 at American................................L 0-3 %Santa Clara..............................L 0-3 %North Carolina .........................L 0-3 %Louisville .................................L 0-3 Villanova.................................. W 3-2

Morgan State............................ W 3-0 Lafayette.................................. W 3-0 Liberty .......................................L 1-3 at Loyola (Md.)......................... W 3-1 *Drexel.................................... W 3-0 at *Towson .................................L 2-3 at *Hofstra.................................L 0-3 at *Hartford ............................. W 3-1 La Salle.................................... W 3-0 *New Hampshire ........................L 2-3 *Vermont ................................. W 3-0 *Towson .....................................L 0-3 at *Maine................................. W 3-0 at *Northeastern ........................L 0-3 at *New Hampshire ....................L 0-3 at *Vermont ............................. W 3-0 at *Drexel................................ W 3-2 *Hartford ................................. W 3-1 *Hofstra.....................................L 1-3 *Maine..................................... W 3-0 *Northeastern ............................L 2-3

* America East Matches (5th) # JMU Invitational (2nd) ^ William & Mary Hi-IQ Invit. (4th) % UNC Tar Heel Tournament (4th) 2001 Record: 10-16 (5-7 CAA) Coaches: Shannon Elliott & Sue Stauffer Captains: Allison Hunter, Kelsey Manning %Butler......................................L 0-3 %Saint Louis...............................L Louis L 0-3 %Austin Peay ........................... W 3-1 UMES ....................................... W 3-0 #Temple .....................................L 0-3 #Villanova..................................L 1-3 #Saint Peter’s .............................L 1-3 at Morgan State........................ W 3-1 Maine ........................................L 1-3 Saint Peter’s ...............................L 2-3 UMBC.........................................L 2-3 at *George Mason ......................L 0-3 at *James Madison .....................L 2-3 *William & Mary ........................L 1-3 at *Hofstra.................................L 1-3 *UNC Wilmington ..................... W 3-1 *VCU........................................ W 3-1 *George Mason ..........................L 1-3 Loyola (Md.) ............................ W 3-1 at *UNC Wilmington.................. W 3-1 *Hofstra.....................................L 2-3 at *VCU.................................... W 3-2 at *William & Mary.....................L 0-3 at Towson................................. W 3-2 *James Madison ....................... W 3-0 at $George Mason ......................L 2-3

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Blue BlueHen HenFootball Volleyball * CAA Matches (4th) % Butler Invitational # Temple Invitational $CAA Tour. at Fairfax, VA Note: Sue Stauffer coached final five matches of the season 2002 Record: 9-20 (6-10 CAA) Coach: Bonnie Kenny Captains: Jackie Vaught, Sarah Kearns %Washington..............................L 0-3 %Miami (Ohio)...........................L 0-3 %IPFW .......................................L 0-3 ^IPFW........................................L 0-3 ^Butler ......................................L 1-3 ^Western Kentucky ....................L 1-3 ^Purdue.....................................L 0-3 *Hofstra.....................................L 0-3 *Drexel.................................... W 3-2 at *William & Mary................... W 3-1 at *VCU......................................L 0-3 Villanova.................................. W 3-2 *James Madison .........................L 1-3 *George Mason ..........................L 1-3 *Towson .....................................L 0-3 *UNC Wilmington ..................... W 3-0 at La Salle ................................ W 3-2 at *Drexel................................ W 3-2 at *Hofstra.................................L 0-3 at Loyola (Md.)......................... W 3-1 *VCU........................................ W 3-1 *William & Mary ...................... W 3-0 Georgetown................................LL 2-3 Georgetown at *James Madison .....................L 1-3 at *George Mason ......................L 0-3 Temple .......................................L 1-3 at *Towson .................................L 1-3 at *UNC Wilmington....................L 0-3 $James Madison.........................L 0-3

* CAA Matches (6th) % Miami (Ohio) Tournament ^ Purdue Tournament $ CAA Tournament at Fairfax, Va. 2003 Record: 11-17 (5-9 CAA) Coach: Bonnie Kenny Captains: Valerie Murphy, Nicole Stuka ^College of Charleston................L 1-3 ^Middle Tennessee State.............L 1-3 ^TCU .........................................L 0-3 +Alcorn State ........................... W 3-0 +Youngstown State................... W 3-1 +New Mexico .............................L 0-3 %Rutgers....................................L 0-3 %George Washington..................L 0-3 %Saint Peter’s........................... W 3-0 at Temple ................................. W 3-2 at *Hofstra.................................L 1-3 La Salle.................................... W 3-2 56

at Georgetown............................L 1-3 at *William & Mary................... W 3-1 at *UNC Wilmington ...................L 2-3 Loyola (Md.) ............................ W 3-0 *VCU........................................ W 3-0 *James Madison ....................... W 3-0 at *George Mason ......................L 1-3 at *Towson .................................L 0-3 *Hofstra.....................................L 2-3 at Villanova................................L 1-3 *UNC Wilmington ..................... W 3-0 *William & Mary ...................... W 3-0 at *James Madison .....................L 1-3 at *VCU......................................L 1-3 *Towson .....................................L 0-3 *George Mason ..........................L 1-3 * CAA Matches (5th) % Rutgers Invitational + New Mexico Tournament ^College of Charleston Tournament 2004 Record: 23-9 (9-5 CAA) Coach: Bonnie Kenny Captains: Valerie Murphy, Nicole Stuka %Texas State ..............................L 2-3 %Cal State Fullerton....................L 1-3 %Iona ...................................... W 3-1 #Albany ................................... W 3-1 #New Mexico............................ W 3-0 #George Washington ................ W 3-1 Temple ..................................... W 3-1 ^Brown.................................... W 3-1 ^Marist.................................... W 3-0 ^Marist ^Central Connecticut...................L 2-3 $Seton Hall .............................. W 3-0 $Rider...................................... W 3-0 $Princeton................................ W 3-2 *Hofstra................................... W 3-0 *William & Mary ...................... W 3-2 *UNC Wilmington ..................... W 3-0 Villanova.................................. W 3-1 at *VCU.................................... W 3-1 at *James Madison .....................L 1-3 *George Mason ........................ W 3-2 *Towson .....................................L 0-3 at *Hofstra.................................L 0-3 Howard.................................... W 3-0 at *UNC Wilmington.................. W 3-0 at *William & Mary................... W 3-0 at La Salle ................................ W 3-1 *James Madison ....................... W 3-0 *VCU........................................ W 3-0 at *Towson .................................L 1-3 at *George Mason ......................L 1-3 +Hofstra .................................. W 3-0 +at Towson.................................L 0-3 *CAA Matches (3rd) % Cal State Fullerton Invitational # Delaware Invitational ^ Marist Tournament $ Rider Tournament + CAA Tournament at Towson, Md.

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All-Time All-Americans Results 2005 Record: 11-20 (7-11 CAA) Coach: Bonnie Kenny Captain: Niecy Taylor #Pittsburgh ................................L 0-3 #New Hampshire...................... W 3-2 #San Francisco............................L 1-3 $Texas-San Antonio ....................L 0-3 $Middle Tennessee......................L 0-3 $Charlotte ................................ W 3-1 UMBC.........................................L 2-3 *Georgia State............................L 1-3 *UNC Wilmington ..................... W 3-0 at Temple ...................................L 0-3 at *William & Mary.....................L 0-3 at *VCU.................................... W 3-2 at *Towson .................................L 0-3 %Yale.........................................L 0-3 %Binghamton.............................L 0-3 %Iona ...................................... W 3-0 *Hofstra.....................................L 0-3 *Northeastern ............................L 2-3 at *James Madison ................... W 3-2 at *George Mason .................... W 3-0 La Salle.................................... W 3-0 at *UNC Wilmington.................. W 3-0 at *Georgia State........................L 0-3 *VCU..........................................L 2-3 *William & Mary ........................L 2-3 at Villanova................................L 1-3 *Towson .....................................L 2-3 at *Northeastern ........................L 2-3 at *Hofstra.................................L 1-3 *George Mason ........................ W 3-0 *James Madison ....................... W 3-1

* CAA Matches (8th) # Asics/Blue Hen Invitational $ Charlotte Invitational % Yale Invitational 2006 Record: 21-9 (11-7 CAA) Coach: Bonnie Kenny Captains: Kristine Gneiss, Heather Ranck, Colleen Walsh %Marist.................................... W 3-0 %Seton Hall.............................. W 3-1 %Texas-Arlington...................... W 3-1 Temple ..................................... W 3-0 #Kent State .............................. W 3-1 #Drake .................................... W 3-0 #at Wisconsin-Green Bay .......... W 3-1 at UMBC................................... W 3-0 *George Mason ........................ W 3-0 *James Madison ....................... W 3-2 Delaware State......................... W 3-0 at *Northeastern ...................... W 3-1 at *Hofstra.................................L 0-3 *UNC Wilmington ..................... W 3-0 *Georgia State.......................... W 3-1 *Towson .....................................L 1-3

at *VCU......................................L 2-3 at *William & Mary.....................L 1-3 at *James Madison .....................L 0-3 at *George Mason .................... W 3-1 at *Towson ............................... W 3-2 Villanova....................................L 1-3 *Hofstra.....................................L 2-3 *Northeastern .......................... W 3-2 at *Georgia State........................L 2-3 at *UNC Wilmington.................. W 3-0 *William & Mary ...................... W 3-2 *VCU........................................ W 3-1 +Northeastern.......................... W 3-0 +at Hofstra ................................L 2-3

* CAA Matches (5th) % Delaware/Asics Invitational # Wisconsin-Green Bay Tournament + CAA Tournament at Hempstead, N.Y. 2007 Record: 31-5 (12-2 CAA) CAA Champions NCAA Second Round Coach: Bonnie Kenny Captains: Colleen Walsh, Megan Welch #Boston College........................ W 3-1 #Binghamton ........................... W 3-0 #South Carolina........................ W 3-0 at Temple ................................. W 3-2 $Alcorn State............................ W 3-0 $Nicholls State.......................... W 3-0 $New Orleans........................... W 3-1 at Delaware State ..................... W 3-0 %Brown ................................... W 3-1 %Loyola (Md.).......................... W 3-0 %Miami (Fla.).............................L 0-3 at Villanova................................L 1-3 ^Buffalo .................................. W 3-1 ^Gardner-Webb........................ W 3-0 ^Coastal Carolina ..................... W 3-0 *Towson ................................... W 3-0 Fairleigh Dickinson ................... W 3-0 UMBC....................................... W 3-0 at *George Mason .................... W 3-1 at *James Madison ................... W 3-1 *VCU........................................ W 3-1 *William & Mary ........................L 2-3 at *Hofstra............................... W 3-1 at *Northeastern ........................L 2-3 *Georgia State.......................... W 3-0 *UNCW..................................... W 3-0 at *Towson ............................... W 3-0 Lehigh...................................... W 3-0 *James Madison ....................... W 3-1 *George Mason ........................ W 3-0 at *William & Mary................... W 3-1 at *VCU.................................... W 3-1 +James Madison ...................... W 3-1 +Hofstra .................................. W 3-1 ~vs. Princeton .......................... W 3-1 ~at #18 Saint John’s...................L 1-3

* CAA Matches (1st) # Blue Hen Invitational (1st) & New Orleans Tournament (1st) % Miami (Fla.) Tournament (2nd) ^ Coastal Carolina Tournament (1st) + CAA Tournament at Newark, Del. ~ NCAA Tournament at Saint John’s 2008 Record: 19-16 (9-5 CAA) CAA Champions NCAA Tournament Coach: Bonnie Kenny Captains: Kelly Gibson, Michelle LaLonde #Cal State Fullerton ....................L 2-3 #Pepperdine...............................L 0-3 #UNC Greensboro.......................L 0-3 &New Hampshire...................... W 3-2 &Syracuse ................................ W 3-0 &Michigan State .........................L 0-3 Temple .......................................L 0-3 %East Carolina............................L 0-3 %Western Michigan.....................L 2-3 %Wake Forest.............................L 0-3 ^Gardner-Webb........................ W 3-0 ^Duke .......................................L 1-3 ^College of Charleston................L 0-3 Delaware State......................... W 3-0 at *Georgia State...................... W 3-2 at *UNC Wilmington.................. W 3-0 *William & Mary ........................L 2-3 *VCU..........................................L 1-3 UMES ....................................... W 3-1 Towson.......................................LL 2-3 Towson Villanova.................................. W 3-0 at *James Madison ................... W 3-1 at *George Mason .................... W 3-1 *UNC Wilmington ..................... W 3-0 *Georgia State.......................... W 3-0 at *VCU......................................L 0-3 at *William & Mary................... W 3-1 *Northeastern .......................... W 3-0 *Hofstra................................... W 3-1 UMBC....................................... W 3-0 at *Towson .................................L 0-3 +Towson................................... W 3-1 +VCU ....................................... W 3-1 +Northeastern.......................... W 3-2 ~# 11 Oregon ............................L 0-3

* CAA Matches (3rd) #Cal State Fullerton Invitational (4th) &Blue Hen Invitational (2nd) %Wake Forest Tournament (4th) ^Coll. of Charleston Tournament (3rd) +CAA Tourn. at Boston, Mass. ~NCAA Tourn. at American Univ.

Blue Hen Volleyball Football 2009 Record: 21-8 (12-2 CAA) Coach: Bonnie Kenny Captains: Stephanie Barry, Michelle LaLonde #New Mexico..............................L 0-3 #UC Santa Barbara.....................L 0-3 #Portland State ........................ W 3-2 &Princeton ............................... W 3-0 &Army ..................................... W 3-1 &Rutgers.................................. W 3-0 %Indiana....................................L 1-3 %Missouri State ..........................L 1-3 %Ohio University........................L 1-3 North Carolina.......................... W 3-2 Seton Hall ................................ W 3-2 *George Mason ........................ W 3-0 *James Madison ....................... W 3-0 at *Towson ............................... W 3-0 at Villanova.............................. W 3-1 *Hofstra................................... W 3-2 *Northeastern .......................... W 3-0 at *UNC Wilmington.................. W 3-0 at *Georgia State...................... W 3-1 at *James Madison .....................L 2-3 at *George Mason .................... W 3-0 *VCU..........................................L 2-3 *William & Mary ...................... W 3-2 *Towson ................................... W 3-1 at *Northeastern ...................... W 3-0 at *Hofstra............................... W 3-2 +George Mason..........................L 2-3 ^Liberty................................... W 3-0 ^Pittsburgh.............................. W 3-1

* CAA Matches (T-1st) # New Mexico Tournament (3rd) & Blue Hen Invitational (1st) % Ohio University Tournament (4th) + CAA Tournament at Richmond, Va. ^ VCU Tournament 2010 Record: 26-6 (13-1 CAA) CAA Champions NCAA Tournament Coach: Bonnie Kenny Captains: Jess Chason, Greta Gibboney at La Salle ................................ W 3-0 #Temple ................................... W 3-0 #Virginia ....................................L 1-3 Villanova.................................. W 3-0 &Sam Houston State................. W 3-1 &East Carolina.......................... W 3-0 &Rutgers.................................. W 3-0 %Duke.......................................L 0-3 % #12 Minnesota........................L 1-3 %North Carolina Central............ W 3-0 ^Notre Dame ........................... W 3-2 ^ #20 Dayton ............................L 0-3 ^Santa Clara............................ W 3-2 *Towson ................................... W 3-1 Penn ........................................ W 3-1

Delaware State......................... W 3-0 *at Georgia State........................L 2-3 *at UNC Wilmington.................. W 3-1 *VCU........................................ W 3-0 *William & Mary ...................... W 3-0 *at Towson ............................... W 3-1 *at Hofstra............................... W 3-2 *at Northeastern ...................... W 3-1 *James Madison ....................... W 3-0 *George Mason ........................ W 3-2 *at VCU.................................... W 3-0 *at William & Mary................... W 3-0 UNC Wilmington ....................... W 3-1 *Georgia State.......................... W 3-1 +VCU ....................................... W 3-1 +Northeastern.......................... W 3-2 @Virginia Tech...........................L 0-3

* CAA Matches (1st) # Temple Tournament (2nd) & Delaware Invitational (1st) % Duke Tournament (3rd) ^ adidas/N.D. Invitational (2nd) + CAA Tournament at Newark, Del. @NCAA Tournament at Penn State 2011 Record: 21-13 (11-3 CAA) CAA Champions NCAA Second Round Coach: Bonnie Kenny Captains: Jess Chason, Greta Gibboney #Rice........................................ W 3-2 #Stanford (#6) ...........................LL 0-3 Oregon (#16).............................L 0-3 &UC Irvine .................................L 2-3 &Florida State (#25)...................L 0-3 &Northern Iowa (#14)................L 0-3 at Villanova................................L 1-3 %Sacred Heart.......................... W 3-1 %Yale.........................................L 1-3 %Maryland.................................L 1-3 Temple ..................................... W 3-0 ^Kent State.............................. W 3-0 ^New Mexico .............................L 1-3 ^Pittsburgh.............................. W 3-2 Delaware State......................... W 3-0 at *Towson .................................L 0-3 at Penn .................................... W 3-0 at *Northeastern ...................... W 3-0 at *Hofstra.................................L 0-3 *James Madison ....................... W 3-1 *George Mason ........................ W 3-1 at *William & Mary................... W 3-0 at *VCU.................................... W 3-1 *Georgia State.......................... W 3-1 *UNCW..................................... W 3-0 *Towson .....................................L 0-3 *Hofstra................................... W 3-1 *Northeastern .......................... W 3-0 at *James Madison ................... W 3-2 at *George Mason .................... W 3-0 +James Madison ...................... W 3-2

All-Time All-Americans Results +VCU ....................................... W 3-2 @American.............................. W 3-1 @Penn State (#9)......................L 0-3

* CAA Matches (1st) # Rice Tournament & Delaware Invitational % Maryland Tournament ^ Pittsburgh Tournament + CAA Tournament at Newark, Del. @ NCAA Tournament at Penn State 2012 Record: 16-14 (9-3 CAA) Coach: Bonnie Kenny Captains: Alissa Alker, Chelsea Lawrence #San Diego State........................L 0-3 # California (#17) ......................L 0-3 %Lehigh................................... W 3-1 % Western Kentucky (rv) ............L 0-3 %Virginia ...................................L 0-3 &Columbia .................................L 1-3 &Texas A&M (rv)........................L 0-3 &Xavier......................................L 0-3 Georgetown.............................. W 3-0 ^Northwestern (rv) ....................L 0-3 ^Western Michigan.....................L 0-3 ^Saint Louis ............................. W 3-2 Penn ..........................................L 2-3 at *Towson .................................L 0-3 Morgan State............................ W 3-0 *Georgia State.......................... W 3-0 Delaware State......................... W 3-0 at *UNCW................................. *UNCW W 3-2 at *William & Mary................... W 3-0 at *James Madison .....................L 0-3 at *George Mason .................... W 3-2 Villanova.................................. W 3-0

*Northeastern .......................... W 3-2 *Hofstra................................... W 3-2 *Towson .....................................L 1-3 at *Georgia State..................... W 3-1 *William & Mary ...................... W 3-0 *UNCW..................................... W 3-0 +James Madison ...................... W 3-1 +Hofstra ....................................L 2-3

* CAA Matches (2nd) # San Diego State Aztec Invitational % Holiday Inn Jefferson Cup at UVA & Delaware Invitational ^ Northwestern Tournament + CAA Tournament at Towson, Md.

The Blue Hens captured their fourth CAA Tournament title in five years with a 3-2 victory over VCU in the 2011 conference championship at the Carpenter Sports Building.

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Yearly All-Americans Records Delaware Volleyball Yearly Records

Year 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001

Overall Record 18-13 14-6-2 18-6-1 22-15 32-9-1 33-8 22-26 35-18 38-15 34-18 35-14 31-18 27-17 23-18 25-16 21-16 21-17 24-18 18-19 17-25 28-18 27-15 33-16 25-13 24-18 23-12 15-21 12-21 15-17 10-17

Conference Record

5-3 (2nd) 9-3 (2nd) 8-3 (3rd) 4-4 (4th) 4-3 (3rd) 5-2 (2nd) 5-2 (3rd) 5-2 (3rd) 3-3 (4th) 2-2 (4th) 3-1 (2nd) 3-1 (2nd) 5-0 (1st) 7-0 (1st) 5-2 (4th) 11-3 (3rd) 8-6 (4th) 7-7 (4th) 8-6 (t-4th) 5-7 (t-4th)

2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

9-20 11-17 23-9 11-20 21-9 31-5 19-16 21-8 26-6 21-13 16-14

6-10 (6th) 5-9 (5th) 9-5 (3rd) 7-11 (8th) 11-7 (5th) 12-2 (1st) 9-5 (3rd) 12-2 (t-1st) 13-1 (1st) 11-3 (1st) 9-3 (t-2nd)

Head Coach Susana Occhi Barb Viera Barb Viera Barb Viera Barb Viera Barb Viera Barb Viera Barb Viera Barb Viera Barb Viera Barb Viera Barb Viera Barb Viera Barb Viera Barb Viera Barb Viera Barb Viera Barb Viera Barb Viera Barb Viera Barb Viera Barb Viera Barb Viera Barb Viera Barb Viera Barb Viera Barb Viera Barb Viera Shannon Elliott Shannon Elliott Sue Stauffer (interim) Bonnie Kenny Bonnie Kenny Bonnie Kenny Bonnie Kenny Bonnie Kenny Bonnie Kenny Bonnie Kenny Bonnie Kenny Bonnie Kenny Bonnie Kenny Bonnie Kenny

Postseason EAIAW Regionals 3rd, EAIAW EAIAW EAIAW Runner-ups; AIAW Nationals 3rd, EAIAW EAIAW Quarterfinals EAIAW EAIAW Champions; AIAW Nationals 3rd, EAIAW 4th, EAIAW 2nd, East Coast Conference Tournament 4th, ECC Tournament 4th, ECC Tournament ECC Tournament 3rd, ECC Tournament ECC Tournament Runner-ups 3rd, ECC Tournament ECC Tournament Runner-ups ECC Tournament 4th, North Atlantic Conference Tournament NAC Champions; NIVC Tournament NAC Tournament Runner-ups NAC Champions; NIVC Tournament NAC Tournament Runner-ups America East Tournament Runner-ups America East Tournament Semifinals America East Tournament Semifinals America East Tournament Semifinals CAA Tournament Semifinals CAA Tournament Quarterfinals CAA Tournament Runner-Ups CAA Tournament Semifinals CAA Champions; NCAA Tournament 2nd Round CAA Champions; NCAA Tournament CAA Semifinals CAA Champions; NCAA Tournament CAA Champions; NCAA Tournament 2nd Round CAA Tournament Runner-Ups

Delaware Head Coaches Name Record Pct. Seasons Barb Viera 682-429-4 .613 27 (1973-1999) Bonnie Kenny 209-137 .604 11 (2002-present) Sue Stauffer 3-2 .600 1 (2001)* Susana Occhi 18-13 .581 1 (1972) Shannon Elliott 22-32 .407 2 (2000-01)* * Elliott resigned during the 2001 season. Stauffer named interim coach for remainder of 2001 season.

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Stephanie Barry Karen Beegle Kelly Benjamin Valann Benner Sadie Bjornstad Debra Blair Carolyn Bockius Meghan Bonk Jessica Bradosky Niki Brassell Kristin Brooks Chandler Bryant

Carlyn Cangiano Amy Carroll Jessica Chason Pamela Chorley Katie Coldren Rebecca Colenda Anne Collins Jessica Crook Betsy Cullings Agnes Curran

Jennifer Daniels Debra Dean Deborah Delaney Katie Dennehy Ann Dickerson Susan Diener Patricia Donovan Renee Duflon Joanna Dusza Jeanne Dyson

Julie Earhart Karin Elterich Sarah Engle Allyn Engman Paige Erickson Karina Evans

-AAAA S, Brockport, N.Y. OH, 5-10, Patchogue, N.Y. OH, 6-0, San Diego, Calif. OH, 5-9, Pittsburgh, Pa.

- BBBB L, 5-9, Long Beach, Calif. OH, 5-8, Wilmington, Del. OH, 5-8, Horseheads, N.Y. S, 5-6, Quakertown, Pa. S, 5-8, Rockford, Ill. OH, 5-4, Newark, Del. MH, 6-1, Newark, Del. OH, 6-1, Hockessin, Del. OH, 5-10, Huntington Beach, Calif. S, 5-4, Germantown, Md. OH, 6-0, Laguna Hills, Calif. MH, 6-0, Greensboro, N.C. - CCCC OH, 6-0, Ellicott City, Md. MH, 5-11, Yardley, Pa. S, 5-9, Harrisburg, N.C. S, 5-3, Newark, Del. MH, 6-2, Towanda, Pa. MH, 5-10, Perryville, Md. S, 5-6, Williamsport, Md. S, 5-4, Newark, Del. OH, 5-7, Horseheads, N.Y.

- DDDD MH, 5-11, Lakewood, Calif. MH, 5-8, Wilmington, Del. OH, 6-0, Charlotte, N.C. OH, 5-6, Wilmington, Del. OH, 6-0, Elizabethtown, Pa. MH, 6-1, Ridgewood, N.J. OH, 5-8, Zawiercie, Poland S, 5-3, Westport, Mass. - EEEE MH, 5-9, New Castle, Del. MH, 5-8, Newark, Del. S, 6-1, Yorba Linda, Calif. MH, 6-1, Tulsa, Okla. MH, 6-0, Santa Barbara, Calif.

Letterwinners All-Americans PAIGE ERICKSON 1981 1984, 1985 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 1972 1990 1974

2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991 1989, 1990 1981, 1982, 1983 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999 1981, 1982 1993, 1994, 1995 2008 1999, 2000, 2002 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995 2001 2012

1994, 1995, 1997, 1998 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 1978, 1979, 1980 1997, 1998 1996, 1997 1991 1989, 1990 1985, 1986, 1987 1972, 1973, 1974

2002, 2003 1975 1987, 1988 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 1990 1993, 1994, 1995 1973 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979 1995, 1996, 1997, 1999 1984, 1985, 1986

1986, 1987, 1988, 1989 1985 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 1975, 1976 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 2010, 2011, 2012

- FFFF Sue Fahey Susan Fahey Erica Falkowski Clarissa Farwell Dorothy Ferenc Ilene Fischman Helen Fitzpatrick

OH, 5-9, Wilmington, Del. OH, 6-0, Downers Grove, Ill. OH, 5-7, West Caldwell, N.J. S, 6-0, Springfield, Pa.

1972 1975 1995, 1996 2005 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975 1982, 1983 2008

Phoebe Folke Sarah Fowler Anuhea Friel Cindy Fry

Lori Gabbert Mary Gavin Greta Gibboney Kelly Gibson Katherine Glendinning Kristine Gneiss Taylor Govaars Jill Graber Jocelyn Greenwald Grace Griffith Kimberly Grinnell Nancy Griskowitz Carol Gwost

Katie Hank Paige Harrison Rebecca Haslett Cindy Hayford Margaret Hennigan Alecia Henry Elizabeth Herman Breigh Hickman Katie Hillman Allison Hunter Liz Huxford

Karen Jackson Karen Johnson

MH, 5-11, Bear, Del. OH, 5-8, Wilmington, Del. Utility, 6-0, Kaneohe, Hawaii

- GGGG MH, 5-8, Wilmington, Del. OH, 5-5, Wayne, Pa. DS, 5-9, Huntington, Pa. OH, 5-9, Taos, N.M. OH, 5-8, Edgewater, Md. MH, 6-1, Floral Park, N.Y. OH, 5-11, Balboa, Calif. S, 5-5, Newark, Del. S, 5-8, Old Tappan, N.J. 5-9, Media, Pa. OH, 5-5, Horseheads, N.Y. OH, 5-8, Newark, Del. OH, 5-9, Newark, Del. - HHHH OH, 6-2, Valencia, Calif. S, 5-10, Cape Coral, Fla. MH, Atglen, Pa. MH, Plainsboro, N.J. OH, 5-10, Manlius, N.Y. MH, 6-0, Timonium, Md. OH, 5-9, Oceanside, N.Y. MH, 6-0, Holland, Pa. Utility, 5-11, Deerfield Beach, Fla. S, 5-8, Sandy, Utah

1990, 1991, 1992 1990, 1991, 1992 2004 1972

1982, 1983, 1984, 1985 1988 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009 1980, 1981 2004, 2005, 2006 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 1990, 1991, 1992 2003 1976, 1977, 1978 1980, 1981, 1982 1988 1988

2010, 2011, 2012 1996, 1997 1981 1981 1986 1983, 1984 1991, 1992, 1993 1996, 1997, 1998 2012 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 1972, 1973

- JJJJ 5-7, Newark, Del. OH, 5-5, Newark, Del.

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Michelle LaLonde Susan Landefeld Margaret Lapinski Chelsea Lawrence Jerelyn Lawson Ingrid Loewrigkeit Terry Loomey Allison Lutz

Jennifer Mack Helen Mackrides Mary Beth Maher Kizzie Mailander Kara Maley Kristen Maley Kelsey Manning Kelly Matthias Michele Maughan Claire McCormick Nancy McCoy Megan McGrath Carolyn Mendala Kristen Merrill Donna Methvin Linda Methvin Jillian Meyers Cindy Murphy Valerie Murphy

- KKKK L, 5-7, Newark, Del. MH, 5-11, Newark, Del. OH, 5-5, Wilmington, Del. Utility, 5-5, Pittsford, N.Y. MH, 6-0, Dover, Pa. Hitter, 5-8, Wilmington, Del. - LLLL MH, 6-1, Wooster, Ohio MH, Baltimore, Md. OH, 5-11, Wilmington, Del. MH, 6-1, Evanston, Ill. MH, 5-10, Wilmington, Del. OH, 5-9, Wyckoff, N.J. S, 5-9, Burnsville, Minn. - MMMM OH, 5-10, Newark, Del. MH, 5-8, Norristown, Pa. S, 5-4, Wilmington, Del. 5-10, Wilmington, Del. S, 5-8, Newark, Del. S, 5-6, Newark, Del. MH, 5-10, Woodbridge, Ill. MH, 6-1, Quakertown, Pa. MH, 5-10, Scarsdale, N.Y. OH, 5-9, Downers Grove, Ill. MH, 6-1, Gibsonia, Pa. OH, 5-10, Hockessin, Del. OH, 5-9, St. Louis, Mo. MH, 5-10, Newark, Del. OH, 5-10, Newark, Del. MH, 6-2, Mission Viejo, Calif. OH, 5-11, Round Hill, Va. MH, 6-0, Round Hill, Va. - NNNN MH, 6-0, Wilmington, Del DS, 5-8, York, Pa.

Cameo Neeman Heather Ness Linda Neubert Katherine Nieradka

OH, 5-10, Wilmington, Del.

Rachel Oemcke Mackenzie Olsen Nicole Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Malia Liz Ommundsen

- OOOO S, 5-10, San Diego, Calif. S, 5-10, Villa Park, Calif. S, 5-8, Bethlehem, Pa. MH, 5-11, Northport, N.Y.

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- PPPP S, 5-4, Newark, Del. OH, 5-7, Stratford, Conn.

All-Americans Letterwinners 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 2000, 2001, 2002 1989 Pittsford, N.Y. 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996 1978, 1979

2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992 1986, 1987, 1988 1972, 1973 2004, 2005

1999 1987, 1988 1976 1977, 1979 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977 1984, 1985, 1986 1978, 1979, 1980 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001 2006 2000, 2001 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 1976 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 1978, 1979, 1980 1996, 1997, 1998 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982 1977, 1978 2012 2008 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004

1998, 1999, 2000, 2001 1998, 1999, 2000 1976 1991, 1993, 1994

2011 2012 1997, 1998 2000, 2002, 2003

OH, 5-9, Wanaque, N.J. MH, 6-1, Wilmington, Del.

1985, 1987 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997 1972 1991 1988, 1989, 1990

- RRRR L, 5-9, Chambersburg, Pa. OH, 6-1, Metairie, La. DS/L, 5-7, Morris Plains, N.J.

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S, MH, 5-9, Warminster, Pa. OH, Chevy Chase, Md. MH, 5-9, Chanhassen, Minn. DS/L, 5-9, Kailua, Hawaii

- SSSS MH, Wilmington, Del. S, 5-4, Drexel Hill, Pa. OH, 6-2, McLean, Va. OH, 5-9, Wilmington, Del. DS/L, 5-9, Atlanta, Ga. MH, 5-11, Newark, Del. MH, 5-8, Wilmington, Del.

1979, 1980 1984 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995 2010, 2011 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975

Heidi Santora Rose Ann Scanlon Logan Sebastian Kathy Shaw Ariel Shonk Jill Simpson Janet Singer Wendy Sorrick Diane Sowter Susan Sowter Lisa Stapleford Megan Stadler Kim Stewart Jennifer Stock Susan Striby Nicole Stuka Colleen Sullivan Lisa Szczerba

OH, 5-8, Ashton, Md. 5-9, Ashton, Md. MH, 5-11, Wilmington, Del. OH, 6-1, New Freedom, Pa. OH, 5-9, Kentwood, Mich. MH, 5-10, Smithtown, N.Y. OH, Baltimore, Md. OH, 5-11, Saugus, Calif. OH, 5-6, Newark, Del. MH, 5-10, Hockessin, Del.

1981 1982, 1983, 1984 2009, 2010, 2012 1992, 1993, 1994 2012 1987 1979 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975 1982, 1983, 1984 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977 1996 2002 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994 1983 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 1980, 1981 1989

Niecy Taylor Lee Tevebaugh Traci Tomashek Renee Tomko Debra Toner Elizabeth Tong Suzanne Tong Stephanie Tull

- TTTT MH, 6-2, Albuquerque, N.M. OH, 5-8, Wilmington, Del. S, 5-5, Newark, Del. S, 5-9, Jefferson Hills, Pa. 5-8, Newark, Del. S, 5-4, New Castle, Del. S, 5-2, New Castle, Del. MH, 5-10, Madison, N.J.

2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 1988, 1989, 1990 1987, 1988 2009, 2010, 2011 1976, 1977 1988 1987 1981, 1982

Beth Van Ryper Ina Vatvars Jackie Vaught

Colleen Walsh Alyssa Walton Jennifer Wanner Maureen Wells Megan Welch Wendy Welsh Sue Wiker Clare Wisniewski Mary Wisniewski Kristen Wolchok Karen Wolfe

Mary Yelsh Jennifer Yonak

- VVVV OH, 5-9, Wilmington, Del. L, 5-5, Newark, Del. - WWWW OH, 6-0, Cleveland, Ohio OH, 6-0, Greensboro, N.C. MH, 6-0, Akron, Pa. OH, 5-10, Wilmington, Del. S, 5-9, Yorba Linda, Calif. OH, 5-6, Cherry Hill, N.J. MH, 6-4, Charlotte, N.C. OH, 5-8, Newark, Del. DS, 5-9, South Hempstead, N.Y.

- YYYY S, 5-8, Wilmington, Del. DS, 5-7, Germantown, Tenn.

1993, 1995, 1996 1974 2000, 2001, 2002

2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 2011 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000 1987, 1988 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 1980, 1981 2006 1986 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976 2005 1972

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DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS & RECREATION SERVICES Samantha K. Huge A member of the University of Delaware athletics staff since 2009, Samantha K. Huge is currently in her fourth year as Deputy Director of Athletics & Recreation Services. When former UD Director of Athletics Bernard Muir was hired as AD at Stanford University in July, 2012, Huge served as Delaware’s Interim Director of Athletics for just over two months before current AD Eric Ziady was hired on Oct. 10, 2012. She began her career at Delaware in 2009 as Senior Associate Director of Athletics and was promoted to Deputy Director of Athletics & Recreation Services in September, 2011. As Deputy Director of Athletics & Recreation Services, Huge serves as a member of the senior management team and oversees the day-to-day business and administrative operations of the Division, including fiscal management, external operations, student-athlete support services and NCAA compliance. She is responsible for the coordination of strategic and operational planning and is the Division’s liaison to various campus offices including the Office of the General Counsel, Labor Relations, and Human Resources. Huge also serves as the primary sport administrator for women’s lacrosse and volleyball and the secondary administrator for men’s basketball. Huge graduated in 1992 from Gordon College, where she played varsity basketball for four years. She went on to earn her law degree from the Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law at Campbell University in North Carolina in 1997. Prior to her appointment at the University of Delaware, Huge was the Associate Athletics Director for Compliance at Georgetown University for three years where she directed all activities of the Athletics Compliance Office. Huge was also the primary sport administrator for several sports, oversaw the Office of Equipment & Transportation and served as the athletic department’s liaison to the academic side of campus and sat on several institutional committees. Huge is also a former member of the NCAA Committee on Academic Performance and of the NCAA Amateurism Clearinghouse Advisory Group. Before arriving at Georgetown, Huge was the Assistant Athletics Director for Compliance for four years at Wake Forest University. While at Wake Forest, Huge directed and coordinated the institution’s athletics compliance efforts in addition to serving on various campus committees, including as chair of the Gender Equity Committee. Prior to her time at Wake Forest, Huge worked in the athletics compliance offices of the Southern Conference, the University of Illinois, and Michigan State University.

Stacey Bunting-Thompson Associate AD/External Relations

Scott Eatough Associate AD/Business Affairs

NCAA FACULTY REPRESENTATIVE Lynn Snyder-Mackler Dr. Lynn Snyder-Mackler, a board certified sports physical therapist and certified athletic trainer who is an international leader in the field of sports and orthopedic rehabilitation research, was selected as the University of Delaware’s new Faculty Athletics Representative by President Patrick T. Harker in August, 2011. She replaced Dr. John Burmeister, who retired from the position after serving in the role since 1981. Burmeister, one of the University’s most distinguished faculty members, is associate chairperson and professor of chemistry and biochemistry at UD. In her role as FAR, Snyder-Mackler serves as an official voting delegate for the University of Delaware on NCAA matters. Snyder-Mackler’s appointment came in conjunction with the formation of the Faculty Board on Athletics, which is comprised of faculty from across the University. The task of the group, which replaces the previous Athletics Governing Board, is to serve as a review and advisory board that reports to the President of the University and focuses on athletics at UD. A former member of the UD Athletics Governing Board, Snyder-Mackler has served at the University of Delaware since 1989, including the last six as Alumni Distinguished Professor in the Department of Physical Therapy, and received the 2009 Francis Alison Faculty Award, the University’s highest faculty honor. Snyder-Mackler is a Board Certified Sports Physical Therapist who maintains an active Sports Physical Therapy practice at the University of Delaware and serves as a rehabilitation consultant to collegiate, amateur and professional teams. She served as Head Athletic Trainer for the beach volleyball venue at the 1996 (Centennial) Olympic Games in Atlanta. She concentrates her clinical practice and research in the areas of knee and shoulder rehabilitation, and electrical stimulation of muscle and has authored many research publications in the areas of knee rehabilitation and regularly speaks to national and international audiences on these topics. She was named a Catherine Worthingham Fellow of the American Physical Therapy Association in 2003, the Association’s highest honor, and was recently named an inaugural of the Scientific Board(SB) of the World village of Women Sport,which will be based in Sweden. She currently is an investigator on more than $6 million in research projects funded by the National Institutes of Health and several foundations. She earned her undergraduate degree in quantitative studies from Johns Hopkins in 1978 where she played on the first women’s lacrosse teams in school history, received both a post graduate certificate in physical therapy (1980) and a master’s degree in organizational behavior (1984) from the University of Pennsylvania, and earned a doctorate in applied anatomy and physiology from Boston University in 1990.

Tim Ford Senior Associate AD/Director of Development for Athletics

Joe Shirley Senior Associate AD/Facilities, Operations & Capital Projects

Dr. Susan Groff Costa, Ed.d Associate AD/Operations

Augie Maurelli Associate AD/Financial Strategies & Athlete Performance

Jake Olkkola Associate AD/Recreation Services

Rick Stumpf Associate AD/Compliance

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A leader in international education, UD offered the first study-abroad program in the world in 1923, and celebrates its 90th anniversary of study abroad in 2013. UD ranks third nationally among public doctoral institutions in study-abroad participation. More than one of every three UD undergraduate students (34.7%) studies overseas; programs are offered in nearly 50 countries. In 2010, the Education Advisory Board’s University Leadership Council cited UD’s study-abroad program as a model.

UD’s freshman retention rate, 92 percent, ranks in the 97th percentile among universities nationwide. At 77 percent, UD’s six-year graduation rate is more than 21 percentage points higher than the national average. UD’s four-year graduation rate, 61.8 percent, is nearly double the national average. UD’s Latino and African American students also graduate in numbers far higher than the U.S. average—nearly 23 percentage points higher and 18 points higher, respectively.

UD’s exceptional faculty includes internationally known authors, scientists and artists, among them a Nobel laureate, Guggenheim and Fulbright fellows, members of the National Academy of Sciences, National Academy of Engineering and American Association for the Advancement of Science.

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UD has graduated 12 Rhodes scholars since the celebrated program began in 1904. Our most recent Rhodes scholar—2011 graduate Matthew Watters—is now studying global health science at Oxford. UD also produces numerous Marshall and Truman scholars, and has been named a Truman Scholarship Honor Institution for its outstanding record of Truman scholars selected.

Many of UD’s doctoral programs were ranked among the best in the U.S. in a recent National Research Council survey that examined criteria such as student financial support, average time to degree completion, student career plans and diversity of the academic environment. UD graduate programs in physi physical therapy, engineering, education, business, city management, mathematics and public affairs have been recognized in recent Best Graduate Schools guides published by U.S. News Media Group.

A citation in the Princeton Review once referred to the UD campus as “absolutely the most gorgeous anywhere,” and a 2007 Washington Post story noted, “with its elegant, elongated Green, [UD] is a stunning landscape of Georgian Colonial red-brick, white-columned architecture to rival anything conceived by Thomas Jefferson.”

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WHERE ARE THEY NOW? QUESTION GRID: 1. Graduation year 2. Where were you originally from before UD and where do you live now? 3. What did you first do after graduation - go to grad school, get a job, mission trip, etc (and where!)? 4. What do you currently do? 5. Any other information or events you would like to share that have taken place since you graduated?

Michelle LaLonde

1. Class of 2010 • 2. Originally from Wooster, Ohio. Currently live in Chicago, Ill. • 3. Went straight to medical school • 4. Currently still in medical school (my fourth and final year) applying to residency positions in the specialty of physical medicine and rehabilitation. • 5. Since I graduated I have traveled to Belize for a medical service trip to treat rural Mayan populations. I also road-tripped with my older sister to San Francisco last summer and rode along the PCH to Big Sur.

Katie Dennehy

1. Graduated in 2011 – Alfred Lerner College of Business, degree in Marketing • 2. Originally from Charlotte, N.C., back there now • 3. I got a job with at Acosta (national food brokerage firm), within their Leadership Development Program, which is a two-year training program in the Consumer Packaged Goods industry. • 4. I graduated the LDP program and am now a Business Manager (Sales) at Acosta Sales and Marketing.

Valerie (Murphy) Mulhern

1. 2005 • 2. Taught health and Physical Education at Heritage High School for six years. Got a Masters in Educational Technology from George Mason University. • 4. Now I stay home with my two boys and work part time as a mentor for George Mason • 5. Since graduation I have worked gotten married to John Mulhern (UD grad and former linebacker for UD) in 2008. We have two boys (Kellen born 2010 and Darren born 2012). I have run many races including a marathon in San Diego. I love spending time at the beach and hanging out with my family and many nieces and nephews!

Megan (McGrath) Shultis

1. 2006 • 2. Originally Pittsburgh, Pa. (Gibsonia), now Philadelphia, Pa. (Ambler) • 3. Interned at Heinz in Pittsburgh, started working at Pfizer, and earned my MBA from St. Joseph’s University in Philadelphia • 4. Senior Specialty Rep at Pfizer in Eastern Pa. • 5. Married my college sweetheart Allyn

Taylor Govaars

1. 2005 • 2. I grew up in Newport Beach and currently live there now • 3. After I graduated I worked for a Homeless Shelter for a year and half. Then I went on to get my Masters in Educational Counseling at Azusa Pacific University • 4. Currently I am a High School Counselor at Newport Harbor High School (my alma mater!). I am also the assistant coach for the Boys and Girls Varsity Volleyball Teams. I also coach club for Orange County Volleyball Club.

Chelsea Lawrence

1. May 2013 • 2. I went to high school in Evanston, Ill. and I will be spending the next two years living in West Haven, Conn. • 3. This summer I worked at the #1 spa cover manufacturing company in the nation. It was nice to work in an office because it helped me realize that I need to work in an environment that helps people. I was planning to go to grad school in Miami but luckily Coach and Cindy had a friend in need of a graduate assistant at the University of New Haven. I am so grateful for the opportunity to be involved with college volleyball for two more years. 66

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Kim Stewart

1. 2012 • 2. Kentwood, Mich. to West Chester, Pa. • 3. Student assistant coach for UDVB and worked in human resources at UD. • 4. Grad school at West Chester University studying Higher Education Counseling and Student Affairs. • 5. Moved to a new city and met some incredible people.: I encourage everyone to make your dream a reality and keep striving for what you want in life, you never know what will happen or who you’ll meet.

Blue Hen Volleyball Football

Greta Gibboney

1. 2011 • 2. Originally from Huntingdon, Pa., currently live in Morgantown, W.Va. • 3. Right after graduation I worked for the University of Pennsylvania Athletic Department (after a little travel during the summer) • 4. I currently am an Assistant Director of Stewardship and Special Events for the Mountaineer Athletic Club at West Virginia University

Paige Erickson

1. 2011 • 2. I was originally from Tulsa, Okla. when Bonnie and Cindy recruited me, then my family moved to Oregon after my freshman year there. I now live in Portland, Ore. • 3. I packed my car up and drove cross country, from Delaware to Oregon, and got a job in Portland! • 4. I am currently working for U.S. Bank where I am in charge of overseeing all internal and external audits for my department. • 5. I’m still very involved in volleyball. I’ve coached both high school and club since moving to Portland.

Volleyball All-Americans Alumni

Megan Welch

1. 2008 • 2. Southern California. Now I live in Washington, D.C. • 3. Got a job with Marriott Hotels • 4. I am a CrossFit coach! • 5. I traveled for 10 months around the globe. I visited 16 countries and loved every minute of it as I learned about myself and the world around me first hand!

Stephanie (Barry) Courtney

1. 2010 • 2. Originally from Southern California Now I split time between Delaware and New York • 3. I started working at JP Morgan in the Investment Bank • 4. I manage a team in the financial control space • 5. I actively follow UDVB! I also got married to a fellow UD alumni who coaches collegiate basketball so I now have two teams I get to follow.

Colleen (Walsh) Caskey Jessica Chason

1. 2011 • 2. From Harrisburg, N.C. I now live in Newark, Del! • 3. I began working for the University of Delaware Risk Management Office, and I still work there! I am also working on my MBA at UD. • 4. See above...plus I like to help out with Club Delaware! • 5. I am engaged to another Blue Hen named Zack Reed; we are getting married next spring! I also competed in the alumni game where we nearly upset the current team! We’ll win next year!

1. 2008 • 2. Born and raised in Cleveland, Ohio; now I live in Wilmington, Del. with my husband that I met at UD • 3. After graduation, I was hired by InterVarsity Christian Fellowship to work with Delaware Christian Athletes on campus. I have been doing this for the past five years. • 4. Now my role has expanded to consulting for other campuses in the Mid-Atlantic region interested in having an athlete ministry. I also serve on the national Athletes InterVarsity Leadership team helping to launch Athletes InterVarsity nationwide. • 5. My husband Greg and I led a mission trip to South Africa with UD students in the summer of 2012. We lived south of Cape Town and worked in a township called Masiphumelele serving with a ministry called Living Hope. We hope to lead trips similar to this in the future, or maybe move overseas for a time to be missionaries.

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